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 18, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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= 'IE JOURNAL. llou" 1.m entitled, An Act 10 more fully de6ne tbe rate. of. and de.1nf'd.In the ConstIfutlon, and pt'.h:1P- r tst I t the-Judicial are mercJ, a dt"clara.ory. f'lrrr18ion nrlb... Tie,,", nfthf" '': tun' li

SETA duty or pitutu ror the port of Cedar Kty!, ,ns read a 'second lim branch t he familia.r Ii t onl.titb them. but with aU laW',nationa.lInd :\\n !! 10 an ah n..iun of..be ConlJl tutiont and &I lOCh. tbt'1 witt,

and referrt"d to a Sdect CommiUt'e. SOLid Committee consisting ofMe mlll !p !, common and statutt',civil, cdesiastic, and mililary, all if .uJortfed, bue no more ("rce tban as an espreuion of indi"idualopinions.

, SAT1RD\Y, Drc mhcr 11, 19-17. rs. Sanderso1, Moaele\ and Co ten. OTcr the cl IIized world, if it. duties are upon aU occn.ons to be dis.cb:1rp. .

OUrhmeut.Rt'T. House Lill t'utitled, Anct '0 f.1cilitato tbe dl11ining (lrtbe Twelnm ;: with romptneAs and ahiitl'! And tbo c-ommittf'e beJic\"e, I Aee n:. IJf"nrfit to be d..riyt"d from such an f'rpN'ssinn. 'fh f'Ilolutions
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"'be ft.on1h m l pU"Ulnt officiated: as Cbaplain.A I, S"-amp in the countl of SI. Jobn!, WftS rt'r.d a second time by that It IS no dIsparagement of the inte1liIF nce or the people or this lerm to me fOxtr" Jtoi"lati\"e, Anti p.... thf' action ,..ftbe

Mr. Cboice the Journal of yesterday w:1.1 read, a.m its titlt', and rercrred to tbo Committee on Int'rnnllmproTementLA or or any other Statt' to imagine, that th rt'I' are many, Te'1 ml\nI, penptf'. The p3 3e or tlch n'50hrtions mi"bt bo proper itp j :
quorum being present. !Jill entiilcd, An Act to prescrihe an equal and uniform mooe of ,' o would not only rlln correctl, to e.timkte: die nrcetuyqualitica.tIOOS : ased 1'1 tbt peoplp in Ib'ir primary capacitl'I
nded and apprond.Punuant timo ita ti11 !Jut wouM ''rum neces ity, IIC without the adnntagcl to know do lint n81i.-nt to tho of 5nflc
notiCf',1fr.lcLean: introduced a LilI.o. 1.C! taxation, and f"r otb r purposes, "'U read a second Ly propripfJ an arumft:; un .be prol
to pre\"ious amend tbe 12th dt\u e of' the !jth nrtide or IbeC.on5titution <", and laid on tbe ta1"le.R woo !essrd tht"m, or to sufficientll discriminate between competi.tora ?" of.l.st. ,r, olltions : nhr o ( a rnt to gnda and ). i it
entitJf'd. An Act to Ibe or the Circuit Courts ,. olution rel:1tiyp. to tbe .ine die adjournment of' Iho GeDemlASemhl if they d.d. lit Ions tk.n I Ihf oflhf Cb'lmln and one membr ul.1 ; ii i
tb&t Judgf' rt"pr n
tbis State .0
If ordered tohe "he80 r.u1arks apply to thos wbo indi\"iduals baTe inJnr1icunr ; hi .
and I\S notbing ,
of 8ix inslead of during good on tbe 2d instant, W3.8 read a 8eeond time, CormUft"l\ld Ihrrrfn', nme li n' .
.ban hold tbeir offices for :\ term year" tu lin to lose th elect inn of than } tbat
,.ngrossed f"c a tbird r ading tomorlow.fluuce &: or hy one man more an. cocsifr Re&lution .boll nnt or
bcbnior; econd Pteam'Jlt nnd Rt"sotutions relativc to the ex n es of Flo.ridA other-who ..c free from lili ati"n, and who desire on 11 tbe good actcd GEO. R. <"AIRnANKS, f

'fhich WI\l5 read the firt time, nnd ordered for a l"f'aJing Y olunteers rr\"ioua' 10 lJt'ing musl red in the United Statt's ser.i or .ncicty tnE'r:1Uy. n t bo\" many in ef ry communitl, are thus "in. or Ioiciarl Comuee. .

"11 tomorrow.Mr. tbe Journltl bis rra II" for .\-i p, was .earl a IIccond time, and ref rred to the Committee onTnxn.tion frf"e from direct personallntere8t t Ant! with 8ucb, can there be any ,rLich R< rreri\cd. : :
Lorrimc-r uked I-n\"e to ,pread on of and and RCt"ennc.lIou d J1Iht whose inh r 5t is paramo lOt, tbpir own,. or that of aociety.t UI motion,rrts: laid the tabe: ,
Comptroller Dnti tomorW
I I 1.eing akent from the S. nate during the election e Preamble and Resotutlons relatiTe to preemption rigbts intbi \ ut JIltt're s are at stake. and lutlt"r conflicts arise bf.twe n man and 1lr. Burriu, nrrtr Judicar Commitee tn prutnted the folw'Ing I J JI

Treasarer on Thun :\\ lasr.Mesan. call ofth Sennte.'VJ.en'upon'lhr. Slate- mlnVealth an opu cncn frt"qll ntly arrayed :letrainst compal11.i'"ep01"t'rtyan Rt"pr- :

FJo\'d and I rrimt"r demlndt"(1: and a Iherr ",ere pre5t"nl : ".as read a cond time and ordered for a third reaJiu on to. Ihere l.c Bn.r douht that cach wiII be likel)" accordin;: on tbe to who"I reerrd a Mi t"be '
l'.t-nato was Burrit, Cmtin. rair.'lank" morroMf'morial\'". to his m'nns, to snpport tlit! candidate wbicb he deems his penonalor entitlpd, An Act to auJ.orise the qualifed El ,of each nty I
Bu'u, (
Mr. Pn'siden', Mt"I'o Ayt"rj',. .\ustin PTielit, SanJcnon, mitb, Tahor, and RE'solution of the Gen ral IStmhly! of..he Hlatl! ofFJmida poitica! ) frirnrl, and most likel,)" to fa\"or bis pretensions t -fbecOfDlWtI within tbi. tate to elec Judgp or'ro1atc, ask co Icuct .
Flo.rd, Lorrimer, )Iosdc), 10 the President, Post-master General, anJ tbe Congr<.'!S of e wtlulJ inquire iD what hool ofpbiloaopby it ie la Lt.abd l\j.Ut I .;

.Cracey, Watker, W 11.1111.Oa 1\r JArrimrr to F >rend Iii! reRllon' onIbe the United Stale., on tbt! subject of a. l\bil Ruute then'in m ntionr by"hl1fs"sfell1 0 ethics It il allowed, that a man should seJect the That t'y haye had the .amo und4r consill"rtion. Tat t fY .
tbe que tion 10 rw-nni. r. : wah'ed rt'ad J fo dett"rminf his Y If in princirle it is not right inO.lt arc nut aware th:1t ..be undt'r tbe .jV
caliI'd f.lr It essrs, FJoj"d and "'as rt'ad a 6'cond time, and on moiton, tbe rule atflirt ulge own cause clpritlce funiabpd prrst"n mo
Journal. tbr. yeaR aud n\J: wefe ) time It)" its title and pnued.Pn'amlJ1e man, in no numher of men can it he made right. But it mny be or appointint; tbo 1 ofCrlJ, Dltb'riz 1 lie( tbat a'l uber m I.1t,

Fairbanks. nnd wcrc : ,\ustin. Dfiu, Curritt, Costin. and Reso ution in relntinn to ct'rtain srCclions of bud ,,:1 cl, as ct'nlt'ndin interest ma)' Le nea rly fUtlanced between litigans, vould Lprefl"rhle. 'bal until somo til nder the presenl I

Yn.-\lr.: Presidt'nt, Ir Smith srs."rry Walker, W. HsIl..Xays1lessrs. ::r:1n.d: IJJ tbe U. to the State of Fl(1cida for the purOse( or fixing it wi!! be as fst.ir filr one as tir anotht"r. Trut', it may be so. Hut tt'' a resonahlp or ohviating tha e\t h .. :
Lorrirner, Sanderlllon, tbat of tbat mu&t or induce men some mode is prcst"nted. th ould "I'
FJclJI: l'ril' t-ra1IOr.. Ttncr6. h'r S\'at of Go\"crnm'nt- dors ft3.nctifj' a ptem potil} nect"uity oher Cmnnitee hfsitate ft' r :
Fairhank'S, () c'y ) Was rcad a sccond ..ime hy Its titlt', nnd on motion the rute wai\"ed to (or l.t the pulJIic interest in pursuit of tb ir own t Tbe 8ystemproposl'd commendin a changf'. ('sin} ..bis, d''Jllt is f'ntcrtained b, manl. ,'

-- tbe Journ.l Ihe and rcuJ :1 Ibin! timo by its title and passcJ.em IJY ..he rt"so lItion, addrt'sSE'8 ibelr not 10 th patriotism, Lut I I'n aDd in whicb douht ..bt Commil l pnrticip'f' ,.Ipther a ;

SoJr.: Lorrimcr was p"rmhtc.l_ to l.rrad upon tu Le entitJed, Au act more particuIarly to define mortgJg(" the ,-iniici\"e: fet'lin nnd selfi..hnt's, or every man in the State, construction of the Constiltion due. no pwer of are 1J "

followin : rpconlc'(1 tbc lurnat tbereuons Ji..nlit- wLo e b<,r il, or is likrlJ" to IJ in'.ol\"l'(1 in 1iti tion. oth sid s ofa pinting Judg s 01 Prohae ''o.h. vgislaturc. "

.Mr. Lorrimf'r ukli I.\"e to han from Iht" Sf'IIRte on on Tlmrldr."bta ; Was read a Itecoud lime amI ordcred to be enFrossed for a third qtt'slion can hardl)' hc right ; and "'bile bc ", hI? knows he is rigllt, Cormitct", tberrrJrf', feel it lleirduty 10 repor apiDs Ih" Jpn ,

which clusl'd: hi a1'lrn'e ltrnller and Tn'asllrl'r, whi bWII r..adin;: on Ionday next. 00111U0tion dl'sirc IIi" caso tn come Lefre( nn honest and learned Judp; his an.lagonist a e of the &id Li, ak tbo concurence or Iht" St'nale thprc. -,I .'
r-Ir Cmn
tlie election tnuk ..ltce! u'c1ock.MO who is filresces that l f olily chance of SIICCUS i, in in. S. DURRl'r, ChainnDn. '
inl.lrmf'd Iho Sc',. c.antat-\rm and It"epgtr the Senate adjourned until :\Ion a} next, 10 ron;: L
as foJowl-That! he the intcryention of weaknes or rpra\.ily, or perhaps of hoth. .batwouMIT On mQtion of 11r. FoJ; &id npdr was laid the tMe un. if tt t '
(urdlUrt time,
Sf'nat, of hi. iutt'udld abst"ncc to sc-e upn
ortht" ,
said or tlmt sbould the election or Jurors to morro'Mr. \". i
:1 propoe
) sJstt"m
, rtla.ti\"e ahnut tl Jpne tlt'! latl', and rf'q'I."tt'.t tl"III, alic'r iliforlll.in" D.T, Dt'cem1er 13, 1917. ( other t As no man Durriu, from tbe .
a by a dir ct'ute for each t'rm. or )r nny pt'riod Scect Commilee, presented rutlwiRepr
du'm ",h"f(" lit'! WUIIM ;''' ('!JII, to inf.'rl11 Ilim if tilt' J."islature6b The Sen:1tp. met pU tlant '0 :1djournmcnt.Re has a :! 10 be a jlldbe in his own causc, so nehhl"r ahould he can. : .t-

u1J L aLuut to procl''d '0 sa d el'Clinn: '! ) his r :un ; t :l.ttbe \. ;\1 r. Choice officialc' al Chaplain.A .riLute I', hi5"Ute or his influence to the clt"ction or appointment of clpct CommiteE', to whom WI ",rerrctb Ho m. f t

L gislaturp U:1t"lIH'C..tJ! : into ..aill t.c.ttions! ahout tl'n mi.tftel quorum being present, the prcxecdings of Sat'"ltay ''n"ere rt'at1anrl the man)to t'cidt' that cl.usr. Until man and his na.ure. be changed, tiled, Anct t reDrt te the piotage orthe RiYerSr. John, J.
bdire tht" tim IitpJ hy joint rt'saluiml, and :u oon as th(')" would
tbat litigant to
il is olJotl' if uch a Jitcm w re adopted, parties Lt'g leae '
could the Scr unt nnd )Ic' l'n er infilrm<'d I r. L. oftbt" Itamp, and A.er}" mwed, that the Go\"ernor be rE'qllcstt'd 10 inform the Le cxpospd to- templations, '0 cnnutt their own interest rather .ban REPORT: B '1

! Le hastened L3ck t" Ihe capital ; hut H.oI tbl're W.1II; onl," 'Iue haUot-... Scnale what nction hu Ite.n taken hy our Senator" and Heprclpn.tio that of iOCiety, in tlae ..I'ction of these puLlic officers. To be "ure, That tbey bue had IIe sane uoctr conideration, an retur Ibd&mp .

f ing, tbe election \\\1 n\"t'r hl'ur hi. rl.'turn.r.: Lurriml"r fu. in Con ress, and by Con ress, upon Ibe resolution "ppro'dJn. Jucl,.!', mtJ t be creat.d in some way or anotber, and it should be byauthclrity I L re\\ilh ith au nncrdr rt :ttd td Rok thf concrnc o( r
ther delirn to barc it rr.corJl'd, t at IlaJ he It"rn prescllt, he would 1, 18-17, so far as tIle 8ame r'lates to tbe portion of surplus of the people-but tbe committet" nre of opinion that theI the Sena'e' tberin. S. L URRrir, Chailn.

liue"otro for Iu} "ntlcml"n who ".ere dc'ctl'iI.Mr. rev'nne to which this State is entitled under the act of Cungreil of23J ta'k &houd! Le contided by thr pt"ope! to agenta elected by them for Which reporVas recei\"cd and concrred il and tbe andmnt :
Vlt lit' .J a"klenc'o
nutic that at .ollie I llure WOII
Sanderson g
intrnducf! a Lill to be entil1ed, An Act in,rela.tion to fiucaf Which motion pre\"a :ed.Mr. purrse.The rort" oing are some of the reaions wby the commiUee (}eem a 1r. SanJeron, fom a sJect Commiuef', Cae tho rolowing r. .

f and forfeitures. < I ,.hery mo\"ed. That the Rt'gisler ofPuhtic Lands he reql1Pst.ed chan in the Constitution, 80 as to nuthorise the f'lpction of Jud esLy :
The (utlowin mcs:1ge: was recl'h'cd from his Cx (<'IIt'lIc)" IheGo"ernor I to ill ctrln Ibe Senate how many wbole to\\ I bil''' harc been .ur. a direct popular \"ote, unwisp. and inexpedient. Tbe willbes of Ihereat Tbe Seect! Cmmitpe to whom wa rferred the Lt enttJ. : :11

nnd rl'a.1 : ,.p'ed to whicb the State is entitled to the l5 1tecnlh sections-how body ufthe pcoplc, ", ascertained. must be the nckoowIedgedJaw. An Ac 10 mor fu. the res of aDd du.y. of Pilo td

.En ctYI\.E DEr.lRT.nJl''t"m1Jcr 10, 1817. man)" fr\1tionat: townlhips in which thero nrc no 8ixtt>t nth e clions, nut if uch is tbe wi5h of the people of Ibis State, tbe commUc6 Por of Ccdu le IS), J 1 t
Grn.rrzu1l nf tht Srnalc and nf tM lIarlsr of l 'prr-srnJairr.s: 8tlttill the numLt."r of st'cliolls in eacb of these lo\\"n bipe-ho\V mt. : are without e\'idl"nce whale"er to Ihat efft'ct. Until a ma.jority REPORT :

1"be PuLTic Arms and l-q'Jipmcnts: owin:; In the d.tmjm's or die ,I 11) frltc.ionllllown. hips in which there arc sixteentb sections, stating of t Ilc ('t'oplc any of th Stato 118\'e in 80me way si nified their dis: thcy Ila\"e bad Ibe unJtr consideralio and ie1 .; 1J
b&S m nt orthe c:1pital wllcre th'J were kt'p:. ha'e hE'l'u rrmo'eJ tna tlJe numher or sections in each orthese townships. AI as near as heJie\"e it tbe duo Tat &m '
Constitution and
!atiltction; with tho precnt they to 5aid ack to the SenA'e' witbont amendment, reo !
building lemporlrily: cuntncted [,r. f r that purpaflc. Tle! he, Ihe humber of silteenth .ections ,'hicb are ralueless nn ac.co i !i .
may it it is. It is t guIde plact"d J. P. DBnSOS !,
< f tbe Lrgisature! to !Upport as ? comrend ils pa ge. Chaird.
tfllet 'y S.
Grand Jur)" or Lf'on, in tbt"ir Gf'ner.tl Pr (.tltm nt at the h'rm, nt of the po\"ertl of tLe soil. Also, ", bR.t lownsbips but" ape thclr! hands by tbe Vt'ople ; and if that in'drnh1cnt' IS mdped lusceptl.lito Which rep rt was rect"i\"cd nnd concurd in.O "
Ihe that ttu arm-in thl'ir prc&t"nt "ituaticm wrrein5 take of their sixteenlh ectiun. What ( ,
nrrcned opinion pair-h'd trustees to cbarge it would heHer corrlport with Rqnlblican moot'8'y' ,
vfirrtpro\-cment, DEI OF DAY.En .
Illue thl.'refc.rc tl' ca.llltic attcntion of tbe Ccnt"rflts': benefit hIlS hecn dcrin'd. either the Stae or It county or tllem TiE
c.-ure. 1'1 ,) any tbat tlleir scrtant .he Lc.-gis1aturt", sbould wait to hear from on i. J
etrob1j to Ibis !!U'' pct, anJ. to n'qut"st Ib3t pro\'ision flUl} he marle for town, from the giant by Congreu of tbe s 1teenth lections. What the subject, than tbat they sbould obtrude thcir notions upon Ibe peo. rossed Li entited, An Act more pricuatly! to dt'fmn mor. .. I"

a more 8ecurennor or tbat Ihe Luitding now tlsed for thlt: pur' amount of funds bas hecn raised fron the lilteehtb aectiolI., and iowbose in tbat Ihe Lrgislature ispt len il ilggC !

.".,. ...........)..1..'.".. .rn..04........ 'nn". ..."- "-"rlJrp---.-_. bands those (unf1s are 'oJaced.Whi pIe.>rmiued It is to indeed aUempt an tho anomall alteration gOTernment of a Constitution, wbich Ihey are A tbird time, and 00 the qusion Shat tLe Lil pu ; j jt

Irt addition, it is my dut)" to report th.t the proper keE'pin.; and h motion prevaiied. It is wise tb:1t: th people should hue lhe right to Ihe Jeas and nays \, '
reserntion oflbe PuLHcnn &c., has Leen, nnd must hereafier 1\lr. A.ery a\.c notice tbat bo would. on to.morrow, ask Icne tointro.uce alter sworn and to "upport.aboliah their Constitution ; Lut tbe theorl of a Republican y eu r. Prtsident, Mesr A"ery, AU
1 attended with no inconsideraLte carl', p3.in5 anJ trouhte, :wd Ibatit a bill to amend an act entilled an act to pro\.iJu for the tbe hypotbelis Constitution is u.or M0eley, Sanerson. Tracy, ,ralkrr, "als2. ": '

I scareely possibte 10 procure tbe !!en-ices of any competent Qunr.t rale of lwdl: gl11ntcd to ..he tate for purposca oflnterDtil trripr fc;, Go..ernment to vcl.r.t.P! eeds.... _upon__..J ,I.. ..tbat.tbe,u.. I.. Fo Ic.a' tU tfa1' So die JesrL Coin, Fairbanks.. Pries Smt TaLr- r r
r 1tfaster Genenl witbout !ome com:>cusltion.: In e\"ielence of that if tbere is :1nl portIOn oflhe Constitution It'ss democratic or ro.puLticnn bi psed. TtJ" .lalt
; thi..1 bu'e to m:1ke: kno'Yn tbe tact tbat the present dIici lIt Quarter mtnt.Mr, Lorrimp.f ::a\"e notice that be would, on Bome future drti.I than a otber, it is in their opinion, n t that portion whicbr Orden sme to tbe lot Ii

; Malter G l1pral, (Cot. Sbine,) ha! already tenJt'n-d his re ignation.I ask lea\"c to introduce a hill 10 he cntitled, An Act for the relief oftbe the u-IFlslature to mlke: laws and appoant Jud e!, Iut tbatwbich 1be bi to be rntided, An Act 10 121b Ca ft tbd .-

bare thl"rt'f"re to recommt'nd in addition tbat BOme ftdequate compeDsation I poor and e titute or lAon count)", and to guard aainst the ac, <'quires al1o\\"s thm to set up tl ir opinionl against tbe declared wisbesor rth; Constitutt. nrtbi. Stal .tbat the Jus otbt

be_ tlachcd to h. office of Quarter :\laster Gencl11t.y cumulation_ eo of'A pauperism._, ... .. ,.. 'u ______0.1 .'-_ rlI__. ..he oeopll!, as ound in tbe Constitution._ __ .. Ciruit behavior Courts 8h&1 hol ofce for aix lears 1ta o o .f.f
ery rcctully: l\lr. llurntt, trom tbe Juolcla.ry"ommmce, prCI5CDtCU toO lUUUY.in 'I "t it is tbe rigbt of tbe people to establish the GOTernrrtf'nt, Its ,
ad second and refl.'rred to the on Amendrent"
,, D. lI03ELEY.On doc.'rine. r a timt Coiuee
It is
R'port : f.Jrm and organiMtion, Is ,,hat aU must asse t to. no .f
Tbe"committee the Indiciary to wbom was referred the prE'am'Ll American Colonie., prior and Uevision or the Constitution.Hous .
tbe Mi1itia.Tbe on of tbe
tbe committee on with tbe pLtriotJ
referred to It originated
motion, from the ComptroUcr "':1S receinod anJ resolution. introouctd hy the Senator from the silth district 'to the revolution. It was wbat ocClUioned tbe revolution. It is tbe Li eutited An Ac tu rtulie ..be pi0e ofthe, RrtSt. H

following commuDic:1tiou: 10 tbe cffi ct, tbat tbe Judiciary of our State sbould he rcpublicanist"dIt in the declarlttlon of American independence, and istbe JobnsVa ,
..nd read : )" rpndcriug all the judiciat officers thereof eJcct 1-o by tlJo people, starting fimdameatal point principle of tbe American Constitution. Since the \ ttad a S o J time, and ordete for a.l :tJ reant; tomrtrw. .

COXrTItOLLER'S OFJ"CE, Tallabmt"f": Dec. 9, 1817.1101Wrdble and for a term of )'('an, beg leave toREPORT oftbis Government, it hItS received the united 8anction and f

PrcsiJ'lJl if t1, Srnnlc: : rormation of an pnr.ies.. It bas not heen,and it cannot now be, called in'IUc&tionlnd Iouso lJi pntited. An Act to more fu11 defne ..he rtes or a ; I ,
of Cedar
8mIn cOIJ1P'in.n"t. witb a R<'I'ollition or I he Srl1atf', of,lot! rhbltimo. : it is Lelie\'ed. ..bat no preamble or resolution can add duty port Kf',5

., I transmit hl"rl.'with a tahular ..tatt"m<'ill of the II n mlt>r and Thai thry concur in tl1f' !;{"nlimcnts cxpr's <,(} in tbp p pamtIE'. tbat force to tbis: relt, : and irreshstitJlt truth. How, and trhat tho Govern.m"nt n"as read second time, and or a tbir reaing tomr.rw. I"

criminal in eacb county of .he Sat: 31&0I the aJministration or jmtice is of the hjgh !t COlIst'qllPnce '0 in and bow org&nised and ad.mini"tcred .
I n"ture or the lrulc'cl'IOn pur hln Le in gE'llernl as particular i .
I tbe amount or pSJW'n-ell of crimin:11 pros<,c !lu", audited hy tle! Compo any peop1t! ; and while tor) a.-mit! that it is an incontrotertiJle truth it i for tbe people to sa)". Who questions it t Happily for nou e Preamble and Rt'solutiona rati1e! to pre-mption riiht I, .1

i .roUer, nnd tbe amount l'aiJ DII capital cas's." tbat primarilJ" the people ha\'e the right of clcctin directly, '0 nil the Iahml uf a dcmocr:1tic: &,rm of Go\"ernment, no one. The right of this State, .

y cry Rr p<'clfilt1),. offices. anfl mal excrcise tbl\t riht acconin! $: to their ple"8u, Iht"YdC'n the )is tben admitlcJ. Tbe beet mode and manner of exercise Was read a thin tim pased.En tbe ot ,LdLp J
N P. Hl:: IlS, C :nptrolh>r. ,)" that it Ity any means follo\\8, that all oiiices cl.n he better filled tLat risbt, whether by the people themselves in a Loo!, or lome.tim's rOspd relati'e reaJ to .in di ajournmenl. .-
than sern.nts appointed for tLat Ibr.ydenT' ing modo beheuer iilature on 22d instant, Wa a tJird Cllonof .
saiJ hy a dirf'cl'ute, hy purpolle ; is another question. One may ; I
Ordered tbl.t :100 copi's oftbe documrnts' :1'companJing com.muni thai Lt"cause the exccuti\"e and Ihe It'gis'atire' b&Dcbes should I.y representatives to the accomplisbment of a particular ohject tban an.otL.rlod its pasS t". the Ie as anJ nlls were lor hylelr Burit

a.ioD. be printt'd. he ;lectpJ h)" a popular \"ote, nn)" c\.idenc is Iherehy furnirobed, that adaptN cititen of this State must be ansious that this, and nret and .'cre :

Also the foJlowin : the JuJg s IIbould lie elt"cteJ in tbe lame way. In thiK ncpllhlic tbedi sbould r'rery Lc exercised good in tbe most judicious MlY, The resolutionsluJmiu'd Yt'u Prsitenf, J Sr ATf'r. Austin Drt 1urri C. I I
COXrTBOLLJI OrncI:' Ti&l1ahas e, Dc::. 11. 1817.lIJMrable tir.ction bllS nlwa"s he..n made, (and with the bappil'st rrsuIts too,) right that Ihe prtscribed by the people ahould beah FluId, Lrrimcr, Sndersn, Ta1Jr, Waler, \Vats12. .

PreWl nJ of l1 Senafe : not only in the Gcneral Go\'rrnment, Lut in tbe ,..aous St testheJudge" prorosn and that sy"tt'm officers &bou1 be elected dirt"ctl, LtheI Nays MosleJ, Smith Trel- I.ti
ndtlnl" .
SUt1 f'ndMe berewith the infottnation requC1ttt'd L)' Resoution or La and of Equity are nct"cr ('Icctrd "y popular \"ote.Tbis nnd tbi hccausr, in Iho language or tbe resolu.tion Sd tbe reolutionas adopted.A ctCommon
themselves tbe
of the Senate of Ihe J iuJ. wIt', in one or two in'Stancel'l', has recentlyl'f'n dl"parted from. I peop1e Lotb in rt"gard fo intt"lIigenco and in.t..griIJ to be entited, An Act to pro'\"ide ror eSablihment
: capable ( .
Ycry Rf'lpt'clftllr: Ibose who framed tbe Federal Cunstiution: has tbe pcopo arc ould ,,-heth. Schol. up on ill secod reaing.On
But tllc wisdom of Hut the commiupe enquire ; :
them. :
uf sclecting the Senate nto
P. DIIIS, Comptrol1t'r.Ord ) or r. Aer1. rslt"fd tslf .Cm.minee
nc\"er h t"n douLted-:18 liule has th ir pall ioti..m.nJ ye., Ihey ud for changing the Constitution 1 Doel itfoltov moion 11"t1/
is r ason Mr. in tbe Chair.
tLe &amobe er thi. any () of.be. Whole mr said Trct"1
red tb:11: 333 copies oCthe documenti accomi'anJ"in and their constituents, tbe peuptc of tAC United Slates, who 8 t out I thllt l.ecaulit' the people are capable, their representat Tes intl1t time therein thc Com.diUee bl teftChairnn

rrintpd. lb with (lcc1arin;;, tbat thcir ohjectvas "to form II. more perft'ct union, Leistaturo arc not t Wbt a commentarl ia tbis upon tho in.Icllig Afer some Lnt :1nd leave to ait ro an

Ir. urritt, frorn tbe JudiciucommiHe. presented roBoingre stal,1i6h justicc, insure domc'tic tranquiitJ"! pro\"idC' for the commund..fcnct" ncc urtbe pcople, tha.they Ie'lcct representati\"el leu capable rrported progres received and asked in.On abi.Which -
rt : promote tbe gpneral welfart", and Ic.cure tbe Llessing'S ofliberty. Hut tbe peoplo blcbosen to impose this dutl reprtTS f
themseh.cs I
Tbe commiltee on the Jndiciary to ",Lorn WiS re.commilted tbt" IlilI ." ordained at tbe lame time. that the Prt"sidrnt of tbe United tban tbrir nts.tbc 1.'gi la.ture-and wb)"should thnt body distrust ;) tok a reCCH unti:o'cok. f
'f'otitledn pl\ricularlJ to dt'fine mortgltJe Jic'n ht'g leat'eto and and with tbe ad.ice and consent of upon a do it "
act mort" StatpJ ..boulJ nomin:1te: hy nnd the people, bad better yourselves 'r 5t
to Iou :
tbe08C'3rreuce cap:1city pay 3 O.CLOCK, H.
its P.
anJ own
I'f'port tbt 5&id Li1I with Ihe ac ompanlint; amendment, u the Senale, appoint tho Judges of tbe Supreme Court. can do it nil ,,'en as we 1 The committee Lclil"Te that tbe Le.fTi6atnre from His ExcdJcncy tL COTcror w t t i
or tbe Scnate Iherein. The ppople themselves dectining 10 exercise this power, nnd"rsting -Jou sboulJ 1,0 6ti, l'd not only that the duty can be J>f'rrormedhI The 'esslgo: .

S. L. DURRIIT, Chairmln.I it iu the Executire and Le islati\"e department WIU one of the m all"hy tJireclI as U'fll, Lut heUer, IJClro( the) should decline recei\d and. read ; ,-
diL. rrom the of the majority of said committee in reeftrence eatabtiah the genp.ral tLee people tbemselves. Is it Enct'I\E DEr.urrE: r
Dt retort \\ hich TlIE propo.ed 10 justice promote anti ask Ihe peop1e '0 do it any 13 1 S
to the amenJm nt offercd. "'t"lrare, and secure '0 tbemselves and posterity, the hlt"8in.gv of Re. tbe, reslKJI1siLility for chanin a law, tbitt it will Ln just as good when Dccembr .t.
G. n.. F AIRn.KS.. Have been disappointed in ..heir expcctatiocs tOt ond reason : tbat ordinary JegislatiTecJlac th Scal : 'I
J.iLerty. they is belic\"ed Gene
publican it hdiJre I It t to
bILn"ed "as oCtbis date inror01
:1. ,
\\Dich Rcport as rrceh"ed and concurred in.onnF.RS are we wiser thln: thf'Y Y lias not ullexampted prollperit) herntbe 'n he c an eJ or altered upon ide! esperiment, rtpty ) reslution requestn b in

.. OP TIlE DAY. result of tbeir foresight in thil particular ; and thfou b tb<:m h2t_ ents. ,sbo.u.1d_.not,.. __..._ ..__ UI r ,au I.,.,." .Att"A.....w._ IttJJ.tananl-.....----- may--- what Dction b.a LD laken hl ou "St" ator. ___rsentati1e___ __ ___ 1
--- \"onIlIlLUIIUU
bilt entitled, An act to amend the Icreral act rc1.tiro toCouDty not wisdom heen justified or her works t Tht"n, as now. ond at nil much Je-55 tbe adnnt:1: s of sortl otocr system, but JOLt'r calc; Con rCls, and hy logre8 upon U1E' l eSOluon, apprTcu oalu.'l
Engroned aho\"e aU others I'f"cullte' : upon tried and found 1. n. tbe s"\m relates to tbe ofSurlu Refenuto
I timl" judicial otfico was bplond aU comparison, wbich has he..n 18-7 s
a ith that
CommissiooersWu tation is contented sJstem whicb tbls State is under tho Act orCongreas or23 July,
ibte, delicate, and moat sacreJ tru5t ; and the commit.tpe wbich it cren.ted. entited .
higb wall
a for
relpon o1
read tbe tbird timO.Mr. the ects
to Rllswer A. D. ]83 I ha\"e 10 in.rm T'ollbat ccrifd
Le1i'l\"e' that in rtion to tbe hith anJ sacred chnractpr of the Feerat Judiciary en appointcd by tbePtt"lidt'lit
insertiD afif'r IbeVo pa.id, prop ; has and
arnf'nd "t.ars our
Burriu mOTed to hy :: For s< venty ) orthe Resolution mrnt were (( ed td our Seoat.
.. should be the and cirromllpeclion wilh which it sboutJ Jt"filled. with the advice aDd conlent of the n.d Jrt'a
officr care and
in 9th Ii no, the ,,:onh tbe dalo or said paym.-nt. (tribe U. States, hy in Do tbe "good people" of tbis State desire tbat that high office f'riOtI, wbo hu duubtp.d ita wisdom or ita in.tegrily Representltive Congres imrutdiatrl, aournmeat
ndoltd. tbat Iceived
Whicb amendment WII: una.nimou"ly Senah During J> and that
and that 10JkstQtht" Executh"e DndS'nale ..he last Gtneral5t"mhtv ; inrmnatJon
amI whicb bold'S the halance orjustice between man man ; ha\-e heen made b, the
011 tbe question, II Shall the bUl pus Y" tbe )"eall nay. t Tbelf' appointrnflnta t tbis'Dtpartmcnt, Ibat ha had anl
INliJenl, Me.. ATPr)". ..,tin, Hrf'tt. Burrill, Co!'. f"untain ofctcrnaljnslice foritJguide; and f'mulates in thedi'pen.ntiol11' hecause tbe people in tht' r sOTert the wisdom and of hen\"t n tbat a'lks the Wben and ",hero tV" action uyon aI1 ed.Yery
of human purity ; it t
) TaWt' justicO to
tt'D, Fairbulka.: Lorrintr, Moseley, I'rielt,Sanderson, Tracey 111\\8 the peopte had cattllc rt"gret .
Walker.fattslr;. unction of the mort high- ratbu- __ _than" of man,, ror"wbat it does-, should. I Ihl"cfmlc \ i, in Ibo ItDnoilitnient or 1\ Jar, or Rutled _a Cushing, anI respctru11' ,_ n_ MOSELEY.rJe -.

NA SODt'. tbe "port and foot.baIl of clcction.erin.; d"ma otrUn I 'lhlSmc.s I ; rt'h-: ;'baU, a Livingstoh, a Van Ness, a Story,a Thomp- in CnmmiUt"e of tbe n1101t, ;u d he-o ; 1
result of Ibe f'xerci.eo of that po' er to wbichtb hutbo learning and abilitl oCtbe e, ; .
lIltalt"d, : lie the ipeyi.aLle t When and wbert" Sna tbe
So the biU paued-tit1e I .n or a Taney to tntitled, Anct to provide EstablLh.mt'lt
Ordered tbat the aame he c.-rtifi d to tbe lI"u,", pl"oplo are in\"ited hy tbe resotutionlt--a power whicb Ibe pt"ople S.Jtreme. Cuurt of tbe United States been impfachf'd, and who bi lt

En rol e.i bill entitl d, Art act to aboliw the amI of' Adjutant and with aU the forms of constitulionallOlemnity have tbemach'es d tcr.mint"d hili gainaayed: the justice and IfIatity: orits decilions1 It tbe prin.. of Common tir Sbools.tbf'rt"in, tbe Commttce 10'' .n III tii

General of tbil StateWu nnl to uerd contt"nded lor !tlthe ",solution bp. incan." h, analogy tbe tlff'Si. aom Ihe with a
Ins dor ciple tho 10 S"uatp
.. sbare or informa Chairman_ reported hi bck nmentJ
thnt general oC tbe 1'1
and the question, Sban tbfllJilt 1" trbe commiUre believe a not tbe dl"ro-itoriel powf'r
reLd a tbird time, on pan d cf.dence dept and Senale are proper and asked leave to from Jhe furhr cQnsidfrtiod,
in plrticulu: < partmt"nt and Republican diaLarcd
the 'eu aad werf'1'zu11r. don, \\"ithout profound knowledge any whiCh that great fornm of ultimate ju ice is appointfld, .
) .Days Preliden., M A"erl, Austin, nreU, llurritt, eo.. is usually aU that is indi''f'nlib1e{ in the proper disc'bul8 ofExecuti"e principlel require that tbe people .houW.nsume it thflmaeJ"eLI ere in.On .

: Lorrimer Moselr, Prieit, SandenoD, Tabor, Trac l' duliea-thrl are ordinarill few, plain, and limple. 'fbt"YDUtI1te Dut, irthe to appoint tbe Federal Judiciary haa been fouud toI Whicb w" concurrd iaced t dq or
ea. Flo-d. power eaiJ among
Walker WaUs15.NUt found mbodied almoat entirely in the Constitution ; and tbel I be are. and 11m continun to bo ufe in tbe Prelident and Senate, the mion bia( tIe on e

,- essn. Fairb nb and Smitb2.So depend by DO m anl upon a precie and accurafe knowledte ortheirellow or IOU.nicipal I ,Commiuee can see no reason in principle ""b, tbe Pf'op1e of thia. to.mrrow.Hons to Ibe tl tbe GOTemoior
hundred. relai\o
believe that tbeir Se.nate appintJcat
'rhe committee limHar to JM1utions
a po'er
jurisprudence. Slate hue not acted wiaell iu confiding
tbe bill paNed.Mr. .. ,
Fairbank. maTed to amend the title of Aid bill 10 that it read ( citizens, ",hM" lin. hue he en paucd in agricuhural pursui. nd House of'Repreaent.tive.. luaticts Wu ortle lime, Dnd for a Icond reaing hi.
U '-llow., Tiz migb.., like Cincinnah., "e caUed (rom tberlough to the' Elpcutive Aa tt; iimiting tho term of office toean instead or life, or goodbebaiour rea( firs orered "
.. : of tbe Adjutant office, aad fiil it witb ('redit to themaelye. and adrantage to tbe Slate.AU dilCOyer JCII ol ection 10 it-but upon mrrow.
and compensation Ibe
AD\asptdor act relatire General to tbe of thi.pmif'1 Stale.ch ." elper f'Dce justified thil cooc1osion-and, to _ueb office.. there In.tegritl' I tbat poiDt ,al wen at tb ber, tb", would not feeitbemaeivel author. .4 Lil to b rnhle r An Ac to prftrib an Nlal. a enitmoe .,
., can be little dan3er of electing pp.lOn. incompetent. And u'to recommend a1tratietl, unlell thf'l bad tomo uncquiocale"iden taxtion purf or Mr.
\ wu adopted. HoUle..LiU dflplorabl u tbe want f"lt mhbt 1M", it mal be ukt what ,.eeI in any or the pople or tbis Slate de.ired it.Tho ..- on it IcDd rading, an moif Sn "
Ordered that the be cf'rti6ed to the <:e that .majerit1 into a of aiUI.
same oC hi.dude. the 3enate itSlf Comitee teVbele
routine lvel
or Hotmea- opportunitl bu a Go'ttmor or our State in the ordO&1! fef't compelled to espres. fhe IllTe
tbe eomrniutherefore
So be entitlf.d. AD act to organize count1 in .Ihe Chair.Aler !
commiuoe-uid or elfOrding "rli 1Jr, or indwgiog in prPjudice, at tbe n.pense aDd tbel uk the- enceoC S nn
red a Itcood time and ft'ferred to a al another1 And'ihe com.mittt ; Il the adoption or tbe relOlu on.. Ipent tberin tbe Commite r.aD by tHit. '
., eommsu consisting or )Ie..,... F01d! Brett, ud A'lef1. ()r the just right. ()( one man OTer the Senate in thi. Report. lom leaY to It 4Wllich
1uu in th ar 1Dut DURItlTt Cnairmal10J. Chaintn ased :
cbe Pilotage or the DILl' offtt >e a te1UJll1ppfJrlw ly tAt JltIdge ftl1t JHlin 8. L. repred prru .
LiD entitled An Act to regulate ,
tbe Cbancell r,to be qnanr1f'd. bould bring witllI' P. SANDERSO rr cocured < "
lCeood time. the Judge, or 10, o
St. J obn. .. ad a
.u fflCi9t intbe adjoed unti tmtw
..Barritt'mo"ed' to strike oat tll. vcml..nigned" iu I.t t line. him not omI .U the Ir. ,
clMr. I .ide. )
Lut he muIt bring ,
: three, an4 in.ert tbere1D "a nfJTeJ," which "'4.adopted.o.JQotjonoCMr EIf'Cutinf' II12d u-g1l1lL1ire CSJ' c ''I, t'the 10110wing Rf'Port : i. to tu b deiteBa
said bill n"rred to a-Select Com. with hint a pr lOtnftl kDowlcdo. otJaw .. a partJcu1ar acituce, and to preae referred Co tbe Commitlee lue not introdrJCCd.in He"bn .wan, inroas u bi bre wor
Wilt .
BurrlU, I' 'rbat theReaolution. al thn lorr.
ommhlee coco.i5tiol o( Meun. BurriU, &ncJeflOu to ftrif'd and Jntrnw ...adiDt must Lafe be 1I wperacJded practice. the ahape uf au amcndmaD1 or a.h.eration. (Jthe Constitution, but. baLlts ar asir conqrd
'" Willie l e ERcuah'e br..1a tt._ Go1-emmeot finda ita dutl clranl .




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[;- graduated in price. and ao military contribution I i it, indeed,difficult to cenemt bow
J :I second time and ordered to engrossed for third [iflRID IAN. shall bec llerted in Mexico. If the IbeJoj
: .., TUESDAYDecember 14, lsi1. Was read a b > > duty on te Department can b* open to the attack.of(htjj! J
t, coffee be imposed} and lands. ba reduced and
t ,, | The Senatf: met rrarstrant 10 adj'nirnincnt.. reading House to-IMru\bill entitled! An Act to more fully dcfiao tbe of, and = '-: = graduated in price, .rrp"o Ihe loan may be live, 8 charged, if tbat Mr. Hjgner state bttn.T
l' i ran ULET V. ALO 11 K. reduced to seventeen ( dollars, and will (and we are far from denying it,) that IbeGoreril'
: officiated : ,
: Her. Mr. Choice as Cbaplahi.A : of Pilots for the port of Cedar Keys, read a third lime by __ -'._ -
duty ( still further
'a to reduced the
amount exciciu
t =: = subject by
: = can no power on tbe !
j torum beiug; present the proceedings! of csenl.iy were read Shall tho bill ? tho and c = b pr potilk>n to altem
On the contributions
fJ i : its title.! question, pa yeas nays Saturday December 18, 1847. the military which may be collected fundamental law. he *
1 and approved. were : ; in Mexico. It is not proposed, however, at present I can exercise a***, w

: :! :: j \ Pursuant to previous nollce; Mr. Arrry introduced: a bill to IKS rnti- : President, Ips"r. Avery. Austin, Brett, Burritt, Fairbanks (*>- Treadling be expected in the Methodist to ask Congress for authority t negotiate. this the danger lo Ibe Jadiriarv from Ibe Eiertfj,.
r Ye-\r. : may loan for the next fiscal it that the Mr. Hagner asserts that the
: amend fir ibe sale of lands granted year hoped Govirnor IK /
a "
tied. An ad to Acllo provide :
an McMillan! Priest Sanderson,
Larrimer Mdseley, Ihe at
: J'I : FIIY. Protestant Church on Sunday evening loan asked for the remainder of Ihe present fiscal claimed war the Judiciary and "
thr State for the of Internal upon alb the
|; 1 t : to (purposes Improvements. Tracey, !Lcr, W'ttt-15. candle lightby the Ret. G. A T. \VHITAKERCO "l:,aidtd by military cor.lribtliois which m?) be the make tt 0
J k Which was read: the first time, and ordered for a second reading .Nays-None. (oclt in Mexico, may be snfficienf. If. contrary Libture effectual the "nlt.-
1 :: E lo-morrow. So the bill: Sd. Title stated. We are indebted to Ihe lon S. Bnrtsr, S.W. my expectations, there( should be a neceify for he ha ( no proof to roDstaafiale the .

: Pursuant: to (previous. noticeJ: r. S.in-ers: introduced a bill to be Mr. Fairbanks pa moved to reconsider a the order to ,the bill en- IXmisf, and J. D. WC.TCOTT, of the U. S Senate it. the fact. will be communicated 'to Congress in The message certainly uWt Qo sustain if Caa'
f entitled. An act in relation to fines and forfeitures.WLIcb titled An act to provide for the establishment of Common Sch o1a. for copies tithe Pre.ident'rf Message, and slipsof time ho for event their will action a sum during exceidinj the present ix millions CongreM.In (>f show a lingle instance where Ibe Governor fcu ..

was read the fir .t linie, aud oi-Jcrvd to a second reading to. Which motion prevailed.Mr. the U. S. Reporter, containing proceedings of the dollars of this amount be f(1t1 befoiethe! meetingof lerferred with any ol cur Judges ia the admin

.t morrow. Fairbanks moved to amend said bill by inserting the enacting Senate. _ _ tbe sr."io of Congress in December, IS!IS.. tion of justice 1 Can he produce little of evident In
would future ask leave On the of the month the amount of to prove that Ihe Execctiie ;
: Mr.I Floyd gave: notice lliat lie on some eUy, clause. CocRsas.-This body was organized: on Mondaythe frt present "fringr npon say
{: bill be entitled! An act lo make: the<< Jud eship of the for I the public d actually incurred, intituling treasury of the power by Conttilntioa
to introduce a to ;'; Which motion (prevailed, and the bill ordered to be engrossed : Cth instant. The Hon. R. WI.ITHROF?, of note, was forty-five millions six hundred and repoted tb i ia th
: | Southern Judicial; 1 Circuit permanent withift that: Circu l. third reading to-morrow. Massachusetts, was elected Speaker of the House on nine thousand six hundred and fifty-nine dollars and Judiciary ? Can he tingle occatioa wL.

Mr. Lorrimcr moved, llie IIouso of Representatives concurring, House bill entitled, An act to regulate the Pilotage of the bar of the third ballot. This gentleman, though a man of forty cenl3 The public debt due on the fourth of the Governor has ever endeavored to trammel any

!| ; that the two House of the (;('IIfrnl, AcscinUIr g. into the election of River St. Johns. decided abilities, is an ardent supporter of the Wil.mot March IS 15, including treasury notes, was seventeen our Judges in the nerc.of their p.ur.p Ko.o..
1; Kepler of Public I/inJs: I for this State on to-morrow, loth: instant, :. tIe Mr. Sanderson moved to waive the Rule and read said bill bits millions seven hundred and eighty-eight thousand be canrrol. Then whence come wartaLdromorarf
Proviso,and i is a member of what is called the seven hundred and ninety-nine' dollars and
| f : at 12 o'clock, .\. :M. title.! war? I it possible that the simple
young African party in Boston. He has unilormly sixty-two rents; and conMuenrly. the additionmade toggestiea t to
:; Which motion was lost. Which was lost. voted (for tbe reception of abolition petitions. He to the public debt is twenty alter tbe Constitution in conformity in the opinion
| ; Pursuant tit prciiom notice<< Mr. Fairbanks: intnxlured a bill to be Said was a third lime, and on the question, Shal. the received ifievoleof representative the Hon. I seven millions eight hundred and seventy thousand of the Executive and a goodly I portion cf our citizent
entitled, An act to prescribe the Ices of thotlOrlll'Y General of this bill IJi rt'al and onr eight hundred and fifty-nine dollars and seventy-' to Ihe spirit of the age, can construed into !
j the.yeas wer- b
pass ] nays Mr. C.UFLL How the Southern admiicrs of thisgentleman eight cents. &.
| State in cctlain cases. Yeas- r. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, Burrilt?, Fair will admire his votes for Speaker we sault upon a ro-crtlinafe branch cf the Government!
'| : *: "Which was read the first time! and ordered tota second reading to. banks, Floyd, Lorrimcr. McMilUn, 'MOM-ley, Ples Sanderson, : Washington National Society.We Does this simple facT restrain tIle
have no means of knowing. will not do to say "oJumcl Judiciary .|
\ \ morrow. Smith, Tabor, Trace Walker, 't'atts-17. I arc rejoiced to learn that the Board of Managers exercise of any of their poss era ? And if
Mr. Fairbanks, from the committee: on Enrolled! Bills! reported<< the ) that Winthrop "as tile nominee'of Whig caucus, I. of this Society have resolved lo re.ume lion( is consummated, does it even tb allt
bill entitled An for the relirfof Asa Ii. Clark, assignee of Thoni- XaJlt) and that he mutt, therefore b supported. Suppose oper. rhea tlu
I t : act passed-title as stated. lions, and endeavor lo complete the monument to department of any of its rights' By BO meant. H 7
the old
John Quincy Adam man eloquent,
as M. White as correctly cntoilcd. House bill entitled, An act to facilitate the draining of Twelve the memory of WASHIXGKOX, contemplated in the would only transfer the racde cf their r lect ion
liow would it sound in
had bcn the nominee-
: Mr. from the comniiitoc Internal Improvements
Moselcy, on proftenJed Mile Swamp, in the county' of St. Joans- organization of 'the Society' many years ago. The intermediate agents to the fountain all
the Southern ears to be told that our representatives in o pWer
t.. ; following report : Was read a second time. design of the monument is a grand and magnificent and this only by the declared will of that L!
The committee to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to third Congress had voted to place in his hands the power Pe
f i Mr. Sanderson moved to waive the Rule and read said bill a one. and will require a large; amcunt-'of to,
I facilitate: the draining of the Twehc Mik; Swamp in the county of of selecting all the Committees, and thus to shape, money self.Mr.
time. finish it. To raise the amount sjsternal Hagner stale* that the Governor bag
*;;,. Jvltu," Lrg U*,c to for Messrs. Sanderson in a great measure the business and legislation of D1
On which the 1a and nays were called by ic operations, b the Society must be i instituted in the Constiu'ioneveo: the privilege, much ks.tg
i REPORT Con res ? John Quincy! Adams is no more of an ,
:; : and Floyd, and were- the appointment of Collectors, who right, to recommend in
required changes instrn
..;. :, '. That they have examined the said bill and report the same back Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin- Brett: Lorrimer, ;McMPIan, ,1 fo/iVi'oTjMfthan is Robert C. Winthrop-not a whit. lo canvass prescribed districts slal of country b This i is a novel doctrine, and teems to ,,
He have
himself ehe-
Tiith the recommendation that the nn1l do Sanderson, Tracey, Walker-8. mjj expressed more b eltal
| pass. for the purpose of from those by but few besides the Chairman of
W. MOSELEY; ::; Chairman.: Nays-Messrs. Avery, Burritt, Costen, Fairbanks, Floyd, Moscley, mence Chan has Winthrop-but they agree in hos disposed to join in oliclingcnnlrillion thus manifesting our gratitude Committee, and the npient editor of the Jodiciarf
t received and concurred in. Priest Smith Tabor 9. li'ylo ou institutions, and unite most cordially in F
Which was -
report and veneration for the of .the who lint a of
memory great man Stnti.c. mere a
presented the fblj So the Senate refused to waive the rule. their support of Ihe Wilmot firebrand. Southern n.rel Cttlli fr
; Mr. Floyd, from the committee on Corporations, I led the is
: the armies of the infant republic in its contest report sufficient lo show the error ia
: :
Whigs are so wedded to caucus, and have not suffi
So said bill ordered for third reading tomorrow.A wt
j ". lowing report : was a with its author i is
Ihe most powerful nation of the earth. This Tbe Constitution
I: The Committee on Corporations: to whom was referred themes- bill to be entitled! An act to enforce the (piyment of taxes as.sessed cent independence to rote' except as that shall dic. inoled. D only
: : sage ofthc Governor in relation to the Taxes imposed by law on the and to be assessed, all institutions claiming corporate late, the people the repositories of power had better the Society has done ; and we take a peculiar pleasure grants the privilege to the Executive.b f ti
ng&nst in him, Ihat .he shall
to the of time
introducing Florida the upon lo time
I\ Capital Stock of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, in this State- be informed of it, thatan account may be opened people fro ,
privileges of the the General A information
Monumental wembty
agent Washington for of
Leg leave to the first time, and 73 copies ordered to be printed. with those who profess lo represent them in theNational I Society the State of tie
own beloved State, WILLIAM D. and Commonwealth, and recommend
Acxirit, to their .
Ej cnse3&
REPORT : Mr. Floyd moved to waive the rule, and read said bill i second Legislature.T. I
: That the Institution in question, although: insolvent, continues to time. J. Campbell whi of Tennessee was chosen I most heartily commend him and his mission to their lion such meaure a he may DEEM sipsnr, .*

i claim the exercise of corporate privileges in this Stale, to have a On which the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Floyd and Clerk of the Hcuse on:the first ballot, over B. B. special and warm consideration.' Many of our readers Expedient for what ? Expedient for the public p.

f ; President and Cashier, to prosecute* suits, and So appear' and be re. Tabor, and were- Frcnel, democrat, the old Clerk. will remember the time of the establishment ofthis unquestionably. If. therefore, the Governor i

ccived in the Courts of this Slate, and to collect and receive moneys Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Brett, Costin, Floyd, McMill, Tiber-G.Navs &ctly. and will remember also that Hi obirt oDinion.--- .Iult-- .ir- i.; f1n.1i"nl"; .In.-. ,t._tvvu:0.__1

by and_of the prcjcess of ihU :;'ate., as _well as by compromise! .and! -Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Burritt, Fairbaiiki, Lorri President's Message. was hailed in every,section ol our land with enthusiastic that the Constitution. should b aade m mnyfvtieular -

otherwise, and lo enjoy almost an ice like privileges excrciscu uy mer, Moseley, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, TniceyVaiker, Wtls12.So The me-wtge of the President was read in both joy a affording to the people of this wide it is not only his privilege to recommerd an

natural) persons in this State. That notwithstanding the (privileges the Senate refused to waife the rti'e.' House of Congress en Tuesday the 7th instant, and spread and happy country an opportunity of uniting alteration in conformity thereto bat l woald b re*

; enjoyed by IhU Institution, it not on'y' makes no pro*'IM'OH: for the payment The bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the payment of Jurors received in this city on Wednesday morning last,the in erecting a monument of their gratitude to him creant to his high trust-he would b faithless to

: of its circu; ation in the .bands of citizens of this State, but utterly and State %Witnesses 15th. We regret that from its great length and the i who has been so fitly named the Father of his I the people who have placed him in power-if b*

) refuses to contribute, and pay to the State the assessments of Was read a second time. press of LegMatiTC proceedings we are utterly unable Country" which should exist coeval with the history f.it to do so. How very much of a pity it if,that

,. ;" taxes against it, made under authority of its charter, to support the Mr.(Floyd moved to waive the rule and read said bill a third time. to Uy it before our readers at 'this time. We of our Republic. The Board of Managers comm the Governor should not have had the advantage ot

,: authorities of the State, the aid of which it sn of.en; invokes. Doubtless On which the yeas and nays were called by Messrs. Floyd and shall, however endeavor to give i to cur readers in .nctd t tigcruus' operations, but {rein some causeor commentary upon so much at least at relates t.U

the refusal lo pay the assessments does not arise from disabilityto Tracey, and were- some slupe in the course of a week or so. other, their efforts seemed to ;avail but little, and duties imposed upon him. which the 0

.f, : pay. The adrantaeolls: settlements! and compromises so often Yeas-Iesss. Avery, Austin, Brett, urrit Floyd McMillan, The mesage is largely taken up in discussing the soon ceased altogether having only in hands,.y the the Judiciary Committee is 1 well yva'ijicj t.

;' : made by the Institution repel any such StJ ;l'5Iion. The refusal i is Priest, Sanderson, Tabor, Tracey Walker, Watts-I 2. war with Mexico. On this. absorbing topic it i is result of their labors, a sum amounting to $ '/J write. The lucubrations of the Hon.Chairman will

obstinate and wilful, and must be the.lesult of a settled! determination Nays-Mr President, Messrs.:Costin, Fairbanks, Lorrimcr, Mose. pointed and clear The President has most assuredly This small amount was faithfully invested,and now no doubt b hereafter regarded a tbe proper goideia

to reserve the funds of the Institution for less lawful purposes, to Icy Smitb-G. disappointed those of his political opponents who amounts to nearly GO/iOO. determining questions of constitutional law !

i take advantage of the deficiencies<< of the present remedies afforded So the Senate refused to waive the rule. bad predicted that he would merely give this subject The Society, after an experience of a dozen years, The change sought in the tenure of office o the

.. by law for the collection of taxes assessed against persons natural Mr. Austin moved to postpone said bill indefinitely. a parsing notice and leave lo Congress the onerous has determined to require no specific amount,from Judges is neither a proposition lo overthrow a coordinate

i and artificial, who hare no (property liable to execution! to-refuse to On which the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Sander. t tuk of recommending the manner of concluding 'the each contributor but accept such amount as they bunch of the Government,"nor i, it an attempt .

aid in any wise, in defraying the expenses( of the :-Ialc-to:; claim po. eon and Tracey, and were : war,and defining the object of it. Instead of this,he feel disposed to give. The agent for honda Mr. lo"re-disltibate the pwt".f Government*

eiiion superior to any of our citizens-in fine, lo continue in that Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Brett, Lorrimer-3. hu boldly and with signal ability taken up every ACKEX, has in his possession, many interesting facts among the different brancbt l tb change is t

.... course iniquity which has marked the course of this Institution Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Burrilt, Costin, Fairbanks,. point connected with thcquestiun, and discussed it i connected with the intention and objects of the fected it will not withdraw from the Judiciary a

from is: organization to the present day, and which has reflected Floyd, McMillan, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, Tabor, Tracey, Walker, a manner which mast strengthen 'the position of those Society,which will b axhibited bv him a be passes single attribute which properly belongs to Ibesa.

; i more dishonor and disgrace upon the credit, name and fame of Flo. Watts-14. who hold that no peace ought to b made which dos along through cur State, and which will, no doubt Their powers would remain unchanged; and instead

iI I rida, than any and all other like Institutions heretofore chartered by So the Senate refused to postpone said Li indefinitely. not give us "indemnity for the past and security for secure fee him a cordial reception and response to of being a re-islribulion of powert.it wonldbttat

: the Territory of Florida. Under these circumstances, your Conimiltcc Ordered that said bill be engrossed (or a third reading on to. the future." I nror. .>o e* a* the ants- war- nf- brin"int his solicitations.The a resumption by the people of a delete power.

: are of opinion that the most vigorous remedies should be provided morrow. about such a peace as tbi.lhat our" Generals" in the I design of the monument is most magnificent, Mr. H.gner goes on further to say tbat the L

for the collection of these ass( !smrnfs. And as all privilegesand House Resolutions relative to tho appointment by the Governor a. fed give encouragement to the peaceable and well- and will, when completed, be tbe most splendid lature have not before them "tbe expression o

I rights not natural cnjojcd under a Government, may be made Justices of the Peace, disposed inhabitants in Mexico who are convinced work of the kind in the world. people's. will calling for change ia tbe fandameatal

".... dependent upon the duty to contribute to the expenses of the Government Was read a second time. that it it the true interest of their country to conclude "Thedesign embraces the idea of a grand circular law," and on that account determines that D clangs
your Committee recommend that provision* be ma'l* bylaw. On motion the Senate took a recess until 3 o'clock. honorable peace with Ihe United States colonaded building. 250 feet in diameter and. i is desired. What a misfortune it that the
a or,
f : debarring this Institution from obtaining the aid of any process of in other words, 10 establish and Government ; 1 high from which springs an obelisk shaft 7U advwcatnt of Ks. ererlooked i pu
4. f l .. this State in the collection of its claims, while it remains in arrears for thos of the guarantee a I feet at the base and 500 feet high making a total vision thiy dobiDC p1
enemy favorably disposed to elevation of COO feet high. gives iarivt
'.' for taxes assessed. Such remedy, thoUgh severe, would not, in the Communication from the Register. Contitutionhich th iD
concluding the war, and to make such a treaty with .This vast rotundo,forming the grand base of the in such matters to the General Assembly. "It
L''I t opinion of the Committee be beyond the authority of (his General is i
it would be consistent with Monument surrounded by 30 columns massive the recorded will of the
The following communication from the Register of Public Landswas a our rights and National o people" that the
Assembly to rroviJe.PJ'hc; right to the process of this Slate is already proportions being 12 feet in diameter 45 feet llv
honor. The
tt received and read President a. a condition to sucha should have power to alter tbe Constitution under
dependent upon the payment of Clerk's and Sheriff's fees, : the surrender of insit high, elevated upon a lofty base or stylobafe of 2
peace proince of New Mexico feet elevation and 300 the forms prescribed,and this.too whether the
OFFICE REGISTER LAXDS ) square, surrounded by an people
and the PCBLIC Ice
:t right suffrage, quite as important as (ho right to Jcal OF and California. "It i9 manifest, says 'the message entablature 20 feet and
process has not unfrcqucntly, (however unwise<< ,) in other States, Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 1847. $ to all who have obleredlhe actual condition balustrade 15 feit in high. crowned by a massive have taken action upon the matter in their prar1
_______ __ ,
.( ; heieht
hI'f. cr not. this
been made dependent upon the payment of taxes by the individual Sm1 have received a copy of a Resolution! adopted by the Senate .! .!V..IUIC'H. AVI aviiJC jtrara pasr. ana We that assemblages Having given power,
at that regret we can n more thisweek
preienl, these should be retained spare space they also required of't their Executive "
provinces to recomneadto
claiming to exercise the right. And"although Committee calling on me for information relative to the school lands. her :
your by ,she could not long continue'to hold and in cur to bring this to the
r would tolerate the that I the information desired satisfactorily govern attempts maier no the consideration of the Legislature such measures
r? never exercise of the right! to restrict in such Believing can impart more them. Mexico is '0 feeble a power to ticr of the people of Florida, but shall of it
manner the rieht suffrage in this State they humbly! submit that otherwise than answering the interrogatories simply as they t he>e provinces:, lying as t hey do at a distance of o\r more hereafter. In the meantime, we invite our speak brethrenof :he may deem expedient" and all sensible men

: ., Ihe Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company cannot lay claim are propounded, I shall reply<< accordingly. And as well justify my than a .thousand miles from her capital and if at. the take must admit that the subject recommended was,and
lo an exemption from so severe a restriction of its rights when it apparent deviations from the course indicated in the resolution, a to tempted but to be retained by her, they would constitute press to matter in h.nd. and aid the i i3 included in the power conferred in tb caw ju
(<>r a short time even nominally, a part of her intelligent agent of the in his patriotic efforts
presents itself in the present position, before the authority! of the make the whole matter intelligible, 1 !hal give an extract from the dnmu ninu. to accomplish the object Sie'y of his quoted.

.".. State, to ask the aid of le;"'al (process. Act of Congress of May 20th, 1826, refer! to the Act of 15th This woulJ be especially the case with Upper the Board of Managers. The appointment is almost by,. Thus much by way of noticing the report submitted -
In addition, your Committee recommend (hat the interest of said June, 1811, making provision for the support of schools. Cal.f->rnu. The sagacity nt' powerful European nations agent a citizen by the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee ia
Company in any bond and mortgage, note or other chose in action has long since directed their attention to the of our own State, and is "el kno\vl in the Middle Ibe House, and now we appeal to the common justice
Extract from Act 1820. importance of that province and there Western, and Eastern portions of i'. He came
may be made subject lo sate for the payment of the said assessment, o cQrm"rci lilie doubt that the moment the United States into Florida in lL6. five before the of all to determine whether, in order to defend

M and all other assessments hereafter to be made against it. For each township( or fractional township, containing a greater htll. relinquish their present occupation of it, and flags, and has been oil years and exchangeof the present system. it was necessary wantonly to attack

;. And in furtherance of their views, the Committee report a bill quantity of land than three quarters of an entire township of land, their claim to it a indemnity an effort weald bemaJc These facts render on a resident since. the Governor, and to assume a postulate D
'j! herewith. (that is to say more than 17, 90 acres,) one section is to be rcstrved. by some foreign Power to possess it, either by a most fit and proper person warranted by the tiuth. I it was necessary,to
conquest cr by If no foreign for the business entrusted to him, and will
; All of which is submitted. For each fractional of land government ensure what indicts ascribed this "
: respectfully township, containing a greater quantity should acquire it in either of these modes, an independent for him a hearty welcome from all. He ran b .anmanl, u
i- :: UOB. J. FLOYD, Chairman. .than o.ic half and not more than three quarters of a township, (that revolutionary government would probably that his thus far informs us sinlt ? Was it not enough that the organ of the wli
:: Which report was received.Mr. is to say, more than 11,520 acres, and less than 17,280 acres,) three be established by the inhabitants and such foreigners success has exceeded hij most sanguine party should unwarrantably assail hir aa biDC opposed

:; Avery moved to lay said: report upon the table, on which the quarters a section are to be reserved. a may remain in or remove to the country, expectations. Every body contributes rea to a measure demanded by the exigencies

: t yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. floyd and Fairbanks, and For 0 fractional township containing a greater quantity of land as abandoned soon as it it.shall b a known that the U. States have dily-but especially the LADIES. They receive hi, the State ? Must another' member of that party take o
would be too fee. mission
I were- than one quarter, and not more than on half of a township, (that is ble long to maintain its government separate independent existence with open hearts and pur es,and he assures us advantage of his accidental elevation to official ata-

; r. Yeas-Mr. President, 1'ssr. Avery, Austin' Brett, Burritf, Lorri. to say, more than 5,760 acres and not more than 11,520 acre,) a and would finally become annexed to. or be a that it gives him, (and who would it not ?) a peculiar tion to repeat 'the blow ? A blow too, if made ala

mer, McMillan, Priest, Tracey, Walker, Watts-12. half section is to be reserved. dependent. colony of, some more powerful Slate.- pleasure to call upon them and make known the private individual as he well knowS> would fall
; t Nays-Messrs. Costcn Fairbanks For each fractional fnivntnin! contain. in.. >nfi r\l !lann The princts of Nv,Mexico and the Califor.nias obiect of his visit. He is certain to be rewarded
Floyd, Moselcy: Smith Tabor u --1- a frr'*--.->.p nitnnf--...itir -. .-. are contiguous to the territories ot the harmless-yea, still-born? What do thn
,.. than one entire section, and not more thah"one'quaderof a tovmship States, and Unite I with bright smiles and liberal contributions. Before ? cone
: brought tinder the gr.vernment our i men mean Are these attacks but part of a systematic
:.f .. So tbe Report was laid on the table. (that is to say, more than 640 acres, and not more than 5760 acres,) laws, their resourcss-mineral, agriculural. manu be leaves our city he will make it his bUintt plan to impair the confidence the people

,. .. The following communication was transmitted to His Excellency one quarter section is to be reserved. facturingand. commercial- dcnlole. to'pay his respects the ladies of Tallahassee, and in an honest t.impartial and faithful public servant hat? I

the Governor : The ac of 15th June, 1844, provides that when 10th sections are Oregon Upper California and is bounded if en the we feel ourselves authorized to say, that he will not so, let them beware.

j' : SCXATE CIIAMHEH, Dec. 14, 1847. covered 4 cither in whole, or in part, by confirmed or valid private wCuld soon possessions be 8ellle; by a held hardy by the enterprising United Sta'e. find their patriotism less than: that( others. May I "There's :chiel smang ye taking note,

.' His Excellency W. D. MOSKLEV, Governor : claims other lands may be selected in len thereof: intelligent our population. The bay of success attend him. And faith he'J nrent them."

..: SIH-The following bill, parsed by the General Assembly, and By a construction put upon these acts by the Land Bureau at Washington San Francisco,and other habr along the California I They may rest assured that by no efforts of which
signed by the presiding officers of the this State is from coast, wou'afford our navy, for our numerous Mr. la"lcr's Report on the Election of Judges.It .
two Houses, is sent for your I precluded selecting other lands in lieu of they are capable, can or the people of Florida
\ consideration, viz : 16th sections embraced in the Arredondo Grant and the Forbes ships, and other merchant vessels em. was with no little surprise tha.we read the report hal
'ed be misled
pur plo in the Pacific ocean, and would in short or blinded. We ask no quarter from the
An Act for the relief Asa B. Clark chase. This construction a made by Toa H. Jfagner, Eq., Chairmanof
Thomas with become
t Assignee M. White. being incompatible the uninstructed perio the marts of an extensive and profita opposition-we expect none. But we tell them that
!;' Very respectfully, provisions of the act of 184 it is impossible to conceive on what it commerce with China, and other countries of the Committee on the Judiciary of the Home of their plan of battle is at fault. Though capable of
is based. The the East. Representatives .upon so much of the Governor's
effect .
\ C. W. DOWNING, decision: however, which is almost
detrmen.tal These any thing, yet the rank and file of thefx
advantages in which army
.. : Secretary Senate. to Florida, can be obviated only by an'act of Congress world would the whole commercial -. message a relates to tbe election ol Judges by the will not follow
would at be to- an imaginary breach such desperate
t' : Mr. Burritt, from the Judiciary Committee, presented the followIng ry of the meaning and intent of the act of 1844. to the United paricpa'e. cession once of this secured terri people. The tone of Ibis report is as uncalled for I leaden. Their madness it too their

.. Report : Computing the quantity of school lands to which this State is enti. tory while it is certain that as long a it remain a a the charges against the Governor are unfounded.Mr. weakness palpable-
The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to tied according lo the said acts' and decision, in those portions of the part of the Mexican dominions,they can be enjoyed Hagner sets out with stating that the Chief too apprent. They may entrench themselves *

,.-, '. be entitled, An Act to provide fir the payment of Juror ask leave to State, the surveys of which have been approved and placed in the neither by Mexico herself nor by any other nation.." Magistrate proposes to destroy tbe tenure of office ofa behind station if they choose-bat they
The Message urges as the best meads of vindicating distinct cannot screen themselves from the shafts of trath.-
REPORT: district land offices, (in such only can selections be made,) the following separate, independent, and co-ordinate
That have had the the national honor and interest, and of branch of the We know the game that is being played. We know
they same under consideration and return the is the result. bringing Government (to wit, the Judiciary,)
.: ; same, with amendments, herewith to the Senate for its consideration. The whole number of townships, including those which are frac. me war to an honorable clo e, will be to prosecute and recommends the Legislature to disrobe itself of .I that there i is a horde of waiters upon office expecting

,. S. I.. BURRITT, tonal, is 734. Of these there are 551 containing 16th sec. it with increue energy and power in the vital parts high constitutional function in order to consummate to reap a rich reward for party service erelong

I' : J. B. SANDERSON, ( ; and there are 183 in which tho 10th whe are deficient, of 'the enemy's country, sad recommends that an ad the measure." Now the Governor in his annual ,but lit the leaders of that party take warning

R. J. FLOYD, some ,wholly, others partly. ditional regular and volunteer force b authorized to message recommends that the Constitution be so altered from the lesson, of IS 13, in the Gubernatorial canvass

1f G. R. F.UHK. The aggregate quantity to which these deficient townships are serve during; the war, and to be called for at such as to give the election Judges to the people and seek nit to win the goal by misrepresentation

: The following mesaage was received from Hous : entitled under the ac of 1826, is, 51,5 i8 17-103 acres. They hare time and to such extent a the emergencies of the and further recommends that the life tenure of the and abuse. I they heed not the admonition I

OF RKrBESKXTATIVES, DeC. 9th, 1847. 16,811 6.100 acres, and want 40,737 lo fill their service may require. Judges be altered to a term of *This the of the past lien must they expect, as in fo"l

."un._ JL n___. .__. _10\sF UllfUJGf L \ -; tliA n_ .-<.-*.- --*.._,.,} .r--..-4. '_r r.>.v.-.:.1...J....u Alg _IUUUL 1. complment.Yithin 'UU IU"'U. 'VI bavt nll Inm 'v C., .(....k... .r I".Iu\r______ A IV_ .loe. _me.. Chairman of tho Judiciary_ Committee years.of the House : times, to be crushed by the weight of their own

: SIB: ThfIhng resolution has thin day passed the House viz : ships in which the State is entitled to school lands.Vitout inspecting sage on the war. On other matters national concern calls a proposition "to destroy the tenure of office" ; weapons.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of.Ihe State these lands, i is impossible to say, ,, any degree accuracy it is highly gratifying. We are at peace with -this the recommendation to the Legislature to !

of Florida, That both Houses of the General Assembly aforesaid, I how many are "valueless," and a statistical information Ihe world Brazil included, and there seems to be no "disrobe itself of high Constitutional functions." [COMMUXICATED.]

will proceed to.morrow, at 12'o'clock! to the election a Register vaguely derived is not only useless, but often mischievous, I must refrain cause lo interrupt the harmOny and good understand. I id true that if the alteration of the Constitution 5Iethodt Protestant C.affJ

of Public Lands, Clerk of I the Supreme Court, and Judge of the from making a statement founded on uncertain rumor. II ing now existing with all nations. The receipts un aa suggested is made, the power now resting in the The Second Annual Conference o tJ

Southern Judicial Circuit for line State. In my late annual report I adverted \the difficulty of selecting dec the operation of the tariff of 181C, for the year Legislature to elect Judges will cease to exist. Methodist Protestant Church for (be Florid

; Very respectfully, proper agents in conformity with the ac of 1846. Subsequent to ending 1st December, have beeu most gratifying, a This perhaps Mr.Hagner considers as"disrobing," District, held at Mount Zion,closed il.sessoa

t \v. B. L.\CASTER the lime fixed by said ac when the duty of making appointments they serve most triumphantly to refute tbe rredi. by the Legislature of"high functions. on Saturday insf.
Clerk House should devolve the it has been tions of high tariffitej, and to the consitutona 11h
Ifprcstnttires. on Register, impossible for,me to justify daim a But how u it to be There is but he
$ The resolution therein contained: was read the or. discharge such duly beneficially, without totally neglecting more urgent low tariff. The amount received during; the year ending The way pointed out feted by tbe Constitution itself one,way.and The following are the appointments' for (

dered for second reading on-mormxv. business. And same reason I have not been the bt instant was about ensuing year :
a \ acquire $3t,5 against if consummated, it i is, in fact a resumption by the
i ; ORDERS OF THE DAY. 3. any definite information, in regar t the school ablet tU71,4r for the previous year under, favorite people of the power which, by the Constitution, MILES NASH, President.

4; The Report of the Judiciary Com.niuet. on bo I bill providing for fore appropriated. measure of th high protective whigs. This ope. (they bad delegated, and which, it is conceived, not Tallahassee and Mount Ita''ion (lo b sup
tbe Election Judges o batt taken frou Uie read If the Legislature should adopt my suggestions relative to the J< ration of the democratic tariff, u compared with even Mr.;Hagner will denykey bare plied.

; : .. received and concurred in. \a Ordera' lion of agents all the information now wanting, and much more, may that of the whigs, fa a glorious vindication of the and indefeasible right to This a undoube disrobing Eastern CJrcuh W. Smith D.

;. I On motion, the rule was \ni"ed and Mr. Truccy allowed to more be obtained. But if that suggestion should b acted on, i would b I low, trif doctrines of. the-. Democratic parly. Threnommeno of high constitutional functions resme.," does not depend tTankins and J. J.-M. Su j
advisable; to provide for the early of such rmoent mat I Super. atJ
appointment ,
t.a bO copies of the relative to the Elec agents to a war duty b laid by upon the Legislature alone. The work it not con- j j 10y
I rtfluti until the for the election. Congress tea and coffee Decatur Circuit Adafr H
on Judges by (he People, and copies Report of the perio prescribed regular on which he thinks will .ummated.and cannot be, until sanctioned by the : Soft. ;

.t Judiciary Committee thereon, and the minority or.b Report Mr. ,Fair- am, sir, very respectfully, bring into the treasury a revenue of $P/ people themselves. And yet Ihe inference to b Saxon and VV. II. Cassclt, Sup. A.iaDt
3, i/f said Committee be o Your oetirnt Icrant, .Should the war with Mexico bo II. AMort.
M Lnk. printed ; uot drawn from this report i is, that the Governor proposes Black Creek Mission- H.
thirtieth of June
JOHN 1849, it is estimated
,. motion prevailed. to destroy the tenure of the Judges fixed
further loan of twenty millions five by Hillsbororjgh Mission-To
: Tba bill 'lo ba An Act to & tic Register of Public Lands. dollars be hundre thousand Constitution, without regard to the solemn b.appie.
r e&UbKtbtntjit required for the sane ;
rntidr. If\k or To too Hon. D. G. "il year ending N. Lindsay left fa the
: Couinjon SchooU i that in had o tae
llLEA ,
,4, 'or cue D duty be imposed on tea (Ion required by the instrument which he hat sworn
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t'- t I tie Senate. aid coffee, and the public land b not reduced and to support dent at his own request.

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From tin rnc&m.NdEner. travelling on ; \rul-businc5 through tb-o. disputed i he recovered $100 damages of the Managers Lime. FLORIDA LAND SALES. Ute President- -of- the--United-

The way 1 make Peace. territory, men, women and children, for assault and false irnpr: onmcnt, thus proving ')A CASKS OF THOMASTON tt nfl'r sale! by
Kendall.in one of hi. late )If''**" from the cit, or had been murdered Iy.be. followers of these that onions are legally as proper fur a ou HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. States.

: lavs .down the following proposition; the Mexican officers, in such a 'brutal manner, boquet as roses. DeeemkerlS, 1S17. 22 It i

'u which has always forced itself upon our that what was right in respect to the previous Fruits and Groceries.flINb' .

't Binds, a the only! mean of securing an honorable acts of the enemy, became a duty on the.part Fleas.-These atrocious blood-suckers are : APFLE r.UCKWI1EA 31S
here. to follow
peace, in the .ttaiBncfct of which none takes a of the Government a 1 protection to our own very annoying They seem .r Bananas, Northers Butter,

interest than ourselves. Whatever motive may L accrhc'd the Spanish race, as a curse, throughout the Orang Chcoe.Je,

Deeper off all taxes; all the public refoorcesof pople.Executive,the act crossing the Nuc- world, but prefer a fresh Yankee with a thin Malaga Grapes, I..rd. and W'ILL b* r.PcVed for sale, at Attction,bn the 7lh. ,
.Cut th destroy skin. Kiem rf C, 1st Penn. Vol., Du. Raisin, Baron Side-s. for silo II" of Mircb, 1S4, at the County Site' of .
llircn h company
hut the andat
revenue; up every am.e ; ces, at most, was merely realator Benton County East Florida, several theta nf Land,
a find its way into the Mexican trea best needful the has adopted a novel and ingenious mode of & 1tIEGI r\tSS. in
which dola to safety our citizens DecemherlsIsi7. Zl Township, Range IS, ind Township 21,
9'; war fdtlnl seriously fel by the and proper, lest the rxclushe! military possession avoiding these pests, which ought to be effectual Range 2 t.

rca; tell them that rnr objects are peace ( a con of the construed to weakenour lie puts a shin of Ilt'rrin each boot, Executor's Sale. On the Hth day of March, at Ihe Court Hoiu of TN pnrsmT ft' IJVT. J, JAMES K. POLK, Prr i-
and prove to them our ability to achieve the country Marion County, sundry tracts in 1. dent (.f the United State ol' Arrn-rica.do hereby
latter and.we shall soon have a 1)ICe. I am much title in the negotiations for a boundary.It wraps his boots in an old pair of trowsers, IT7ILL be sold at Newport,Wakulla Courtly, on Township 13. Range 2), declare ai-H make known, that public land salt\ suite \
mistaken. The world cannot say but that we have wa our duty, as public journalists, to keep then fi,ld* his blanket nicely around them, I YY Saturday JiiUa, tie Sth flf January next, a lezro 13. '. 21, l ht-lil! at undermentioned Land Officv in lift

Kee the fall measure of forbearance in our past our8eh'c advised of what was pa eing in the puts the whole snugly to bed, and- ors to : belonging man named to the ,etla'e and a negro woman named Chase, II, 21, I STATE OF FLORIDA tbs period h wftajfts;
about an amicable adjustment and ofthelate Thomas Coleman. I mentioned to't.il
Free- :
brinr clsc.-Puebla H, 2i
somewhere Flag f
o. neutral ground at the time, and we speak sleep deceaseJ.for the bene tof ihe
Cannot os if in future we prosecute the nr I heirs and creditors( At the Laid Otnce at St. AUGUSTNK. coin'-
with the utmost rigor j-ermittcd by the laws of catioas. with: knowledge on this sul ect. dom. said estate. WM. J. COLEMAN At Madison Court house, ou 'uursdaj, (he 23d nrncinson Monday, 'the seventh div of February

.. This view of the causes of the war leaves -- .. Iece-inbcr 15,1517. 22 ts Extct1t March : _. next, for the disposal' of the ublir lauds within tft.
We are glad to see this view confirmed by the teslimony out of question the insults! and injuries which Mexican Affairs.-The New Orleans ttca- Notice. wn\lip.. 1i.* 'ire. Ufu'fru-ntion! <,,1"townships :and parts of township-; ,
yune has later accounts from Queretaro. It The S E l of 23, I So 7 1: viz :
of Captain Henry,U. S. Army, hose graphic the Government and people of this countryhad Mexican are hereby forewarn 'S SW4of 21. I, ". Xvutb ? Hie
it finds one vote taken in the ALL persons from trading / lore line end East of the principal
and elegant I letters in the New York Spirit of theTimes borne with patience from Mexico. The says Congress on the 4th of November. It was a NOTE pa)ablet* David RriU by me,,, I ..4 NWlCJf2i, 1. 7. ,, riJia".

under the 'tie gume of .G,. dc L,.,,'' national mnpnanimity passed oversights nnd01"5 forward Puro, hold his pa'.ers for near the amount, and he refuses NEj0( 2;, J, 7. Fractional tnwuishi1. 'twenty, "r range thirtT-onv..
lave been universally admired. He is now in New \ which might justly have provoked upon a proposition brought by a to exchange: The note ii d.is the first of Jinuarv J'l or I. 1. b. Townships; filty- ix, (except seciiyiu si.x. eetrrieiglitein .
\ to the effect that the Ministers should present next, and lat.d in -bnmy lasf I will not i,3y the .4 IViul. I;, I. {I. nineteen thirty and thirty one,) and fill!s
York, and his letter of Nov. 221 is a noble trib'i'c' war ; but to abandon the disputed territory to themselves to the Congress, to render an nc- said note, UII.w* cuinjHllcd by law. At JeLlrson Court house, on MunJ..y, I heth -H'n; and sections "ltc-. two, I hire, four, five, sinvvm

to the generalship and humanity of Scott, and the the (xclsi\! military occupation of the. enemy count of what measures they had taken for the NIChOLAS LLOYD. March : t-i.M, nine. ten. eleven, fifteen ..tventetneight. -.

immortal deeds of "ur gallant !(ldier! lie reviewtheVrijpn and our citizens h) the murderous practices down fiity.ndJ votes December 1-., I' J7. 22txpncd S. T. It ,en, nint-leen. tnweurty,twenty-one. ai H twfnly-
It voted
of the war does not that "this of Mfjican armed bodies, would have war. was by TheE. I of r-\ V1of Ft.: I S, h C, two in toupjl.ip f.-eihl!, c.-f range thirty-eight.
bcio.e the of against twenty-five., among the loiter being -i; ;. >- till IT. Mtvlay: in January.GADSDEN E4ofSW4o( 13; I, Ton'nsl.i5-sfity-Sv: ',fi1y-ixucert( srcti.-n one,}
carried that virtue to point sacrificing
war.could have been avoided with llnu-td Gomez Farias Rejon, Paeheco and the two 'a. %VJcsfNE4of H. J, '. soil fillMT, ('\.-rpt sections h'en'J.fivf',twenty.six. .
might have remained Krf mile ,Ii side of the the Ih.cI of our people', and the property or Romeros. No to elect a PiesiJent SHERIFF SALC. 1VofSEof 11, J :. .twcnty-seten.twentv.eighit. I ii enl-nine thr'v, 1'
boundary claimed by Texas until dx-m's-day, with claims of the nation to :faiUasy which the had been made the 4th but the chances B Y virtue of a writ of fieri ftcias is.'ied from S4if 31 t, J. I lurty-one,tlriity.twuthirty.thrrcp.thnirt..funr5thir-
on the CUrk'a OJice f IIH .citC"lit NEof
Court for Ihe fi, 2, 5. :y-f.reand thirty-six. f.f
out the Mexican Government coining to an amicable! .lrmJ ct-en to this day cannot coprca.nd.In still considered in favor of Camplido. County of Jad..on't'.fern Circuit of ElofNW4nf 5 li ) ran; tl1fttr.hintSt"tilln'
were Florida 2. 5. cne, two, three, four fi,e, sit, l\veU' .-\
telllement abut it. to say nothing of the payment' respect to the terms upon a pace All the papers attribute In Pena y Pena the heri-iii Darn 1 Co.k is plaintIff.and I'en: >irii Scott idefcndjnt TERMS:-One-fourth ca-h, the balance in 'Ihrte thirteen, twrnty-four tm nty-five, in lownshi) <

o indemnities. I is to be brought, we do not Ill that design getting rid of the old army or rather I have levied; l upon aid nil! expn for equal annual instalments' with interest in advance. Uty-fite. and fractional township 6fty. ix. (except

opposed to the rnzrcli into the interior nited: States arc Lound own the objectsitirolved of the body of the officers of the same, ale, before Ihe ( Courr-ilo'j door, in the town ofQiincy. Or, if any purchasers should prefer to pay till cuh. sections (enD. three-, fccr five, and six,) on "Eisc. -
Tough of Vera Cruz, Captain asks in Jhc commencement of hostilities. great OT Mjidav.. the Sth iliy of DorerV, 1-.17, five per cent. will be deducted from Ihe credit inital- .\fie Bay5 of range forty.
titer capture Il.nr and under Gen. Lobar- the follow described .
organize a new ;
) of Texas army property to sit : negro met ft. Fractional tnwnatuitrffftyGyp.nn F.iscaync Day"
The fixation of the
"ith emrhais boundary mayhave dini. slaves Jeff, luk Fit-l.U.and: Spenctr.Lri Li tsof the particular! tracts can lie had by applyn of rapge forlonp.

."Having advanced, ".01 i not be madness to been the only ol ject of the war at first tl npoaastheproper:., of said defendant,and : to any d| the I'rtit Masters in Ucnlon or Marion At the Lu,1; t Sfrt at NEWNANSVILLEt-

"tire ? I we give up capital and withdraw to -r conquest of a peace if you will-but The Prescient has recognized Frederick to be sold to satisfy said writ ol! THTI fll.ia. County. or they will be furiii
S line. I question whether the cominz generation in the prosecution of the \r. the United lonold[ of New Orleans as consul of Wiirembcrg J! C. \\1':" 1'. St1er" letter foil-pall addressed to THE STATE RcuisTLR nt'xt. for the di"psil ,.f the public !IaI1ca within
will be witness to a treaty ot No, we hate Nov. T>, 1<|11. 10 By JMH HIVF, D. S tie undermentioned townships
I ATTALL-OIASSEK, FLORIP4. andpaitsof town
thckn in our.power, and now, p'ite.! all our cCVvs Stat! hate acquired certain belligerent rights I fir the States IIf Louisiana, Missh ip.pi ::;- The ab-ivr: sale ha t";','n [f.,- ;.,', u.itil! 1'ietiMt JOHN BiSARD Re -iitr ofPubhr olt J'., TIZ :

to effect a compromise let them be n.adeofttl ahileof -ri !its of conquest: and military occupation, i, Alabama and Florida. \I..nhy! ii J.mturv I \*iLcoa Lands of tie ..,auf Flvru'a.Tallaha 'uf.i. of t.'.e beat line and East of the principal

our power. Let us take r,o "' ion nl| the which, under the laws of nations, we may -- .. .'. Nov. 13, 117. 17 mrridian.Townships -

capitals of their States; lay them under contribution hold or abandon a e see fit. Questions of Greedy.-The yo ing Dtiches ol Montpen. Circuit C:urt. ( :*- The following papers will please publish the I twenty-one, and I In cut)-two, of rang

nzetheir mines, and) it the will not treat, if they' this nature arc the exclusive! concerns of our sier is getting to be more the rage in Paris IN CHANfnilY.Ct above three months, and send their accounts to .the nineteen ,

will obstinately 1\rlf in not coming to terms w hy, than She astonished Ihe court by the I SIdle Register, M&: The Florida Herald St. Anzus- Townships twenty-one, (except eclioh t> ,4
own people! and if as we think: the war was ever. editor illl fur st1:: ,
ad make them the n'nf of Elalr. velre thirteen, fourteen
we must quietly on supj'oit; ; lint; News, at Jacksonville; Ar rus, Ocalj : S lnn- tiven1I ', fwenlv--
ertoy. and pay for the (expenses of the war. just in its incipiency, all the rights growingout frankness and boldness of her repartees. The i James I I'. KrtmfiM and otliei*, for II."mlnand utah Republican aid Gor ian ; Cliarlcstmi Mercury f"r. and twenty-five.) and tWcnty-twu- rang

.For one I should !perfectly sali-TicJ if we of its prosecution are l legitimate property other evening the body ministers were sup. 1 other credits )f A. M Gjllni, Complainants and Ce>uri'; I Ihe Standard and the ILgi.s'cr, Ralvi:h ; I,wenty.Townships.

timeout of this war with only the it has !hc-! of the Union. Mr. Clay is for giving up the ping at \ nccunes. As the desert was served nTnrhult the Columbus Times, Georgia. twenty-two an I twcnty-lbrcc. of rang"
.found our arms and rountrj.. n.hat'a position; it of R. PK-ltoaS-irali .\. l>lton, lis Wife, Executrix werfyone.Townhips.
whole of it but this and other modes of (a piece confectionary: consisting
with the Powers of the Old Woild !- ; up of A. M. t ,
fcfi given us Cjtlin and others Dffrndantt.WIICKF.AS fT5- The papers which have l been rsfjuc'teri\ to hveaty-tttroaad t twenty-thvee.of ranwciil <
They look at in with a t"ni"lnlnt. and seeing bringing a peace are questions too large atrJ a map ofthc world in sugar, with the niiiiesof Dy an orJ-rmaJ. by lit Honor 'ublish! the Florida Land Sale." will plraseadd -"\-<>. :

scarcely believe. To use a Western cxpres.ion, theyall important to be discussed in the conclusion of the different kingdoms marked: on it,) one of {' '!, Jtid e, on the l-t December the sales Madison and Jefier...n Counties as above. At the Land OfCre at TAt.LAHASSEC.c 'ci ,

begin to think Young America is sonic pwnp.kiss. an article. While w agree with Mr. Clay the ministers asked the Duche what part IS 17. in tie above entitled eau-ic, the undersigned And the daily papeis in Charleston and Savannah f"inz nn Monday, the lIe".nlb city .f .droarJ neat,
.* But I mu't cease thi u"jtct-and jet I cannot ( she chose : was appomcd, auionither thirds 'to lake viz : the Mercury and Courier and the Repubtican fur the diil O-.l uf the luLlic lund within the un.imflIPOflCtiWflShiJ.4 -
that it would not be dishonorable; to treat
withcttt referring to the silent, yet imprtive, *. she I an account of wh.-t n due to Complainants for their and Gecrian"ilI please publish, once a week only, It"1! I a'ltll'artf irflownshi1... brie:
manner in which those glorious: victer.s. ; are crm- beaten enemy with liberality-nay, it would Let me have France, sir, replied" claims a:id to nllttf.fr creditor* of said A. M- (;at. for three months.Noember 'dLlh If Me bas line UNIt II-tIt f' j smncquralinoi'ian.

memote at West Point. Sailing bv Love Rock:,' not be dishonorable! to give them more than might as well eat it up; as any one C6t". tin, with interest thereon ; and it wa or.li'ml further 27, IS 17. lt '
reach the landing at West Point, the '* said tin Rt" .. Dr. B''r.b. Fractional townslti two, northeast of Fvrbcsijranl 5.i.e
you hey had befoie, because we may do it of our Young women, That the snid Master in causw at a.tn'rliS -

traveller will of those se(chwiled brilliant on the adamantine: Palo rocks Alto own :Tee motive ; jet we think it would be er, *. whenever yon sec a j011:1; nun niublinj anent to be P'IJIi.IC'lI in the! Floridian: a ne\

the names encasements cloves church per published weekly in Tall.ilid-i-He. ami in such weeks after date, I s'ull t > line tl.". >
at or on entering a 5i.i.l|
foolish lo take ino consideration nutmegs of
Resaca de PaImaMontl'ey., and Ruena Visa I any thing SIX : range two. .
1 other pualic De" papersashesliall think properfor .c of Probate in and for the County t f Jd- '
are already ; VcraCrnz is nearly' completed, and i "n making a peace, except what maybe you may, safely say that young nun has been the creditors of the Maid Alired M-! Gatlin to come erson. for letters of Administration! on the estate of' Fractional sections three! four, nine, len, four.

the others will gnon occupy eqnallv Conspicuous p The letters of fue t ions Ixvcnty-seven, I Iwenty-eiglit, thirty-tn and
Monterey arc nearly Elepuhlic. olive branch has been thrust -- first day of Mar next ; and that such ot the creditors : L. POWELL.JelFrson 0
Could conceived Tie Ihirr -thrt'f". in townstnp: weal
in one township
feet thing hae-ber ; two
log. any .11 A It It I I1I> LoshaU not cjine in and pro\t' heir dcbUby the timeaforcsdiJ County, December 11117. 21 Q
more perfect taste C the benelit of this decree
which those results ofscience ( leaves shaken oft On the evening the I.VIt ili"lnt, hv. R-* Wm. .\ river of f3n eight.
to carte ( !
upon glorious! are Nothing more cane and tht such
; persons, not parties to the bill, Lard and Butter
kill and cnortgc, more appropriate than > asked of us in this behalf and we Choice, HASTINGS OWENS, Es'j. Abbeville, who s'lall! come in betore the aid Master to Fractional tow nshipa three,(extfpl the southwestr.nction '\
rocks above which extend the rorr.an'uc of nO\ prove received per schr. Oregon, and for sale low of section Ittirly-onc.) and trartii.hal town-
the plain STEWART of
think the be disposed Alabama, to Miss FRANCES J. heir debts, p. before they are admitted creditors, JUST
conquered terilc.shoul A. E. HOC. hip four west of Lake frariotial
West Point, with its; numerous edifices consecratedto contribute tuthe their Chippola (except -
complainants of
science, and founded l>y the Father of our Country of to suit -: here- Lena County, Florida.. he expenses of this suit, to be nettled proportion by the said December 4, IS 17. 20 sectional sections sit, sevt-fi and lulrty-ottr,)
Itave i issued --- --- --- of raise nine.Fractioii .
whence --
and from
so gallant r.
many .
nf l\Ia-lcr' Ard it was alsoordered that "an account Groceries.
souls, filled with ardof and patriotism. many ot O nIT U A It 1 he taken of al securities or collaterals held the Family ;I sections fwenty-txvo, twenty-three ail

whO manly for!are now covered by the cold scd Key 70 Xal mal a recent Died, ia this city, on Sunday evening, the 12th creditor respectively and a report be made by of (the 'VI have received by late arrivals from New York wenty-fonr, on the main land, in township twoolanze .i.q
ofaforeigialand. They fell in battle, and, we fond ProtlcriJI.-At New Orleans a choice selection IIf Groeriej t\yrnty-i3c.
instant, Mrs. ELIZABETH P. WEST; aged about same, and of the value of each." And it was al-o .
ly trust, in the God of Battles, they have fcui.d a meeting of a Assocation in Cincinnati ordered that all parties be examined interrocaloricsand suitable for Family and Plantation use : Fractional sections t ii i thy-one, thirly-lWT' ; 'Ihlrty- S.

happy eternity." He,.. Dr. eechfr, a ch:1clcrislicaddrs forty. ixeafl.. produce may all books and upon in- Cheese, Cixlfish, Mackerel, Raisins, Pruies.St. three aid IJiirty-sit. on the main land, in township

The policy here mnkrdout is what Mr. Clay liirnvelf remarked that Napoleon once said to The deceased was a native of Pitt County, North lieir"cutxJyr.r power relating; thpreto.upon papers oath Louis flour Sides and Shoulders, Bacon, French ne.and fractional Sccliolis eight, nine, twelve, N'Y-
dustard French Mushrooms, anj Current nti-en.twenty-four,twcnlY-ti ,t"enly-.ix trrentv-V
Raspberry n' ,
has resident for the last "Fis
of his the of im. Carolina but been a seventeen before the sail Master the said Master shall di
in his great war Speech in 1S13 clearly laid one generals, on eve a most as Jellies, Preserved Ginzer Lobster' and Salmon, seVcn aid Iwcnty-nine.on the main land in township.

down. What "..right then, is no less ri h now. virtant battle, that the hattie tras fourJil and years of this city. She was a kind and devoted rect. Paper Shelled Almonds, Currents superior Teas, two.o. ranrc twenty-seven. -

The orator but the words of tru
and change then fell from hidirse key to !battle, and be knew how to turn it. relations of life, t" be admred: and praised. She said order, notified to produce are their claims pursuance, and the fc L1NDENBERGER. sections one,Ibrl'esix.lCTen.sixteen and twen-

stamped upon the hj tory of the oun'r-indi- So, said Dr. I>. I feel to-night that I have gothe died aftei a few days of almost unexampled suffering vouchers in sapport thereof, and all collaterals November 27, II7. lu t.\-ltyen.i'cx/A of) the of range base line Ihirty-nne-and Eatt of the ,trrineinolmeridian. .

wing the proper path ti be,olo"e in the pending key. This great battle is fought, and the leavin; behind her a large circle of relatives, securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallaiassce A Female Boarding School -

As Captain IIeny{ says, we .have them in victory is ours. Here is the key in what we and of waira and sincere friend, who loved her for otherwise, within comply the with time the limited provisions in said of order the same, and, 't"TiLL commence at Upper Suwannee Springs, Fnd (not towni,hips ei'ht and nine west of |L{

have here to-night. This colporteur her many socul and domesticirtues, and who will V Y Hamilton county, Florida on the first Monday uw'ann e river of range fourteen.ATyrA .
and hit critical be
oar power. at I moment 11 r. Clay fjean hat they may admitted parties to the said fit. thr late line and Edit
/ the
her tomb with her bereaved and ditconolate January next, under the charze: of two Ladies of prinrifal ?
Mads to them words ot encouragement, calculated work key to this great battle. I have weep over Dated this third day of December, A. D. 1S17. meridian.
who have been raised and educated at the Nurth.
looked the Germans 'h- family ai for one whose place to then canner SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. Section* twelve .
I neutralize the effect of General Scott peacemaking on upon masses ru TERMS : thirteen fourteen 'twenty, Iwen- ,
December 1 17.
lessons. ing like an avalanche upon this land, till Itrembled .. be again supplied. IS 20 tf Primaiy Class, Reading Spelling, Writing, i.c. perquarter ty-one.twenty-two,!nty-lhtre,twenty-four wer-

and heart faint. Prof. 3 "" I r-fiv-. twenty-six twenty-seven, twenty-eijthl.
---- -- ---
grew --' -
my ,
Prom Ike .Orleani Notice. wenly-nine. thirty, thirty-two, thirty-three, tbiit-
Picayune. 4 (W
Salt. Higher English branches quarter,
e Stowc: and I have often considered the matter,
and thirfy-. in ;
claims the of and Miniature four tliirty-fivo ixi township one, ofance
Mr. Lexington having against estate including ,
City's persons itrawing Painting (
and have been, on the point of sending circu- PACKS ALT'M S\LT, for sale bv ALL five.Township.
100 A. Hayward, late ol Tallahassee, deceased MEZzotint, IIiK Poonah, Re.,) per quarter, 3 OO
of the 20th contain
The .
papers 13r to the evangelical ministers of Germiny are r?|uested to present them,duly authenticated Embroidery oil Muslin, Lace and Silk, and one, sections twehty- tweet!-
I full report of Mr. Clay's fpeech ddi.cJ.dat among us. And now God is converting lhe!e 19, I C 11. 2> It withit the time prescribed hy law, or they making Wax Flowers, per quarter, 1 0) sis,twenty-seven wenty-eicht,thirty-three,tbirty- WV

Lxngon on the 13th instant, prepared Germans in .their own land and here too, and Sheriff' Sale. will be I"Jrlt1lthClle indebted to the estate are Latin and French, each, extra, 2 n> 'mist, thirty-five six. and thirty-six and township two, oftactic

bj the Extraordinary demand earnestly re< (ted to cuke prompt payment. Theyare Music,with n-'e of the Piano 10 00
columns press frompullishing driving them away by persecution, that they By.irtue of a writ of ft. fa, issued from the Cir- reminded that the>e rums,though small individually A few small boys will be taught, if desired. A .,7nri4 of the late line and treat of principal ?
our us
upon prevent may come river here and work among their Wakulla County, in favor ot Wil- in the aggregate constitute' the widow and or- this: great effort at the present moment counlr.p }en.Caution liam Bail: >., jlaintifT again Henry II. Walker, >han'a made for absence, 'xcept in case of sick Fractional township one,north 0[" Forbes''Grant,**

-for great it certainly is. I is clear in %Villiam H. Walker and others, defendants, and by' porti.n.WM.. WILSON, Administrator. ness. Board and I.rxUing, including lijrh's and fuel, of range stit.Fiuclional. .s
its views and simple in its language whilst to Sportsmen and thrrs.-HunIredsofguns consent ol parties will sell < n the first Monday January next, within: 1 iioursaf Nuwp rt. in said b f c paid to the Conduct and moral of th pnpilj. of range seVen.Sections ,
its : are apt and cogent. The rex- are sold in 'this} and other cities, one, two eleven twelve, thirteen, four-
iu&tJtionl of Wakulla the follow named Notice.
I County Persons [ to make for entering
ing negro wishing arrangements
we have already made from defective United States musket bar- Seen,filte-en. ,twenty-threeirVenty-fmir 1 1t
oluions accompanied i laves to wit this address theit ;
: per-or.-->. cn-ditirs and legatees, entitled to children! at School, will please li
published.It els. The breech pins: arc of malleable cast II Maria about 30 years old, Celia about 1% years ALL- ,n or otherwise interested in the ei- letters the Post Mister at White Spring. h.l'r.tfivehnnly.it.fraction section,twentY-lctt'hi anti e Southeast -

seems to us that Mr. Clay Las not made iron, with the screws cast on. The making old. Margaret about 1'jjcar' old, Hampton a boy tale of Le,i< Saunders, late nf Li-on (tunt\. de- November y>. 1S47. IS tlJ R-serve of, the east twenlv-elzht fraction rf: scrtiort in the fnrnnrIndian

out his case in denouncing the war a unjust ip of these guns ntibt to consign the maker to bout 12 years of age, Rcu'.ien a boy about 10, Jell aboy ceased: are hereby notified to exhibit their claims three in the same, and sections Ihirty-four. ihirty-thiily-

by proving that the primary cause of it was a prison. If the barrel does not burst, the bout about 16, Isaac 1", Daph a boy about a wonan Sears about, Sarah 35,a Rose gal a about girl anti dcmanL. within two will jesrs from this date to the Bagging and Rope. five and thirty-six,in township one; setllons twelve
the lx birred and all
the annexation of Texas. He must further breech of iron be safe. undor-iznef, or same ; persons PIECES best Kentucky Harming, thirteen, IwentV-lhree, twenty-four twenty-five;
pin being ca-t cannot J:2, Zinc a woman but :> years, Sam a man about indebial cai'l make 75
to estate to
arc requested
(') Coils Rope. For Vale bvBIRCHETT fi and in ?
twcntT-siX, thirIJ- e- thirty-six- lowisbr
prove that annexation wa a wanton wrong G rent and serious accidents arc constantly hap. 30 years,Jim boy about I 19 years, Mary a jirl; about immediate fa>went. & LINDEN BERGER. sections nine teneleven t
and two
two one, atiu
tone to Mexico. This we think difficult to hundreds of and 17, Old! Harkamauo'j ut -1t, Little hark ahoy about! LEWIS M. SAUNDER5, Hxecutor. ;
ening; poor men boys are November 27, 15n. 19 twelve, in township three, of rane eight. a-1,
show. Texas free State manned bad and it becomes I-I, Hetty a woman about 3">, llannrrh a glut alxiut t"mbert'l'S'7. 2!) 2111N in
was a imltPndent yearly by guns, J 2 years Lest a man about! .'>"> years, Tinda a woman Section* thirty-five and thirty-six, townshjpsix.

acknowledged a such l I.y c\ilztd world, tile interest of the public authorities as well as bout 2' and her child about 3 ears, Solomon a tail NEW GOODS. of range twelve.
o ice.FDLr. Fractional three, west of"Chcciawliatchy
and Mexico was notoriously incapable of re individuals to procure a severe law against the bout 3' "arl. Ducy, Cump, Laura, Louisa, Cuifc, township sixteen. -

ducing her to her former allegiance. Mexito Manufacture of such arms.-1\. Y. Sun. Dine, Darcat, Daniel, Smart and Ned. weekafter date, I b.ll apply to the Hon. THE subscribers would call the attention of the Sections rive-r.of twenty-lour range twenty-five twenty-six
had not for before annexation attempted I levied upon as the )I'ro'Wrty: of the s li.t\ Hi-nrv I II I. ;e of Irobate in a..J for the county ol. Jefferson to the choice and extensive assortment and thirty-six in township threeof
years IZrfraordinary Cirewn.ctancc.-Wc have Walker and William 11. Walker, and to be-soSd to for leave to sell the real estate of William of GOODS, now receiving per Brigs WjVuIla and thirty-fire rang
such reduction ; and the q'lettion of satisfy said wit of li. la. H Mathers, l4eef saul coiint\,dec(-*-io ; the PJid Eir-eline. Their stock has been selected w ith care seventeen.
independence was merely l kept open by her heard the particulars of an extraordinary circumstance A HALL. real est.ile cons'Stin (if h"'J| lots of land !yi'> and from the most fashionable establishments in New Township three, of range Illirt). .
Lands law tot the use of school.,
politicians as a topic of party contention, and that happened lately in Glasgow, Sheriff Wakulla Couat,. being in MontiMIo, flnrillol,a 4'O acres of laud, York; and having been purchased at reduced prices. military appropriated or other by Will be excluded from] ;
for contributions which may almost L denominated 1 romance December IS, J q 7. 22 Icing and btiii''in: tie said courtly r.f Jefferson. they are enabled In furnish their customers at prices purposes.
the sales.
pretext SOLOMON i: MATHERS.E .
low. Their
trpon her own In this ,'i. w of tLe in real life. A person in business died lately Land for Sale.'T'IIE .;rcutor of Wm. I II. M.ntluc1s.dec'd. proportionately The offering of the lands will be commenced on

case, the pople. United States and whose life was insured for 30,000. Immediately Jefferson Cctuly, D..cl'mber1,1"17.. 20 5t [ iLY 'J'JADi: (l Uilii tIre days appointed I, and proceed in Ihe same order in
after his death this sum was laid claim subscriber offer for sale his entire possessionJL is of the best of materials, and being manuf..clured which they are advertised with all convenient tli.
Tex had a right dispose of their national of LANDS i Jefferson four miles East shall been
County I under the of Mr. Stillman all patch l until the whole have offered and
domain a they thought fit, and if they choseto to by no less than three families, consistingeach of the OcilU River immediately on the road leadin; Provisions. fear of directly/-uvrJt is thereby eje precluded and persons the sales thus closed. But no sale shall be kept

join tkeir destinies, they cannot be said to of a wife and children; and what is sin. from Monticello, crossing at the Flat Ford to Mad- V schiwn OregSti.just arrived torn New Or purchasing may rely upon getting an article well open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of t.'a

have begun a war because anothernation gular the one family seems not to have l been linn Court house, conlaininz seven hundred and B Itan.9t' have just received, for cash only, made. Among the articles comprising their any of I he lands will be admitted until after the expiration -
unjustly hundred
cognizant of Which is the twenty acres,with one and seventy acres in 4U barrels superior Flour ; of be two week
look umbrage at what it coul not help family cultivation, with a good Double-fenced Log Ht>,\", 40 do. rectified 1 Whiskey, FALL Jl.YD JILTER STOCK Given umlrr my hand at the City of Washington,
end at what they had a right to legitimate one nobody at present can say until Kitchen aDd Nesro Hoilses, first rate Corn Cribs, 7 Casks oides Bacon, maybe found the following: this twenty-third day of October Anno Domini one

Mr. Clay may be right in saying that *' the further inquiry is made, but i seems that Gin House and Packing Screw :-the said one hun- 0 rf.) Shoulders, Llk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, TJl .-k, thousand eight hundred and fortvseven.By .
dred and cleared in the best order and Invis. Green. Castor Heaver Sacks Sass
immediate of each marriage was celebrated hya clergyman seventy acres for 25: kegs Lard, Brown the President.
occasion of hostilities arose out cultivation, have three wells of good water. This Mixt Teeds and fancy cbl'd. Cassimet d.,- JAMES K. roUt
in this city, and the wives have been maintain !t boxes Cheese, .
the order of the President of the United States place lies about the half-way ground between the Dried Applen.Currants Raisins. Pellets and Blanket Overcoats. &c., tleaty Pilot RICHARD M. YOUNG _

for the removal of the army under Gen. Tay. ed in a rerpectable manner. I appears that cilla and Gum Swamp,an I is deservedly celebratedfor BIRCHETT & .UNDEN IRGER. and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of tine Blk Conuaiuioner of the General Land Office. .
he was in the habit of living a fortnight at a of Cloths Pantaloons ot mark French Cas-
lor from its position at Christi! to a health. The production these lands cannot December l>47. 21J and Blue ,
? Corpus time in each house .-Glasgow bl" surpassed if equalled, for the culture of Corn, simer, lUte Ribbed! do.. fancy PIh!. ChV Striped NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION fT.MMANTS.
opposite on thee cast bank of do. also,Tttecd Sat tt't t and Jeansdo.&'.: VHSTS
pint .ata\or Cotton, Sugar Cane, &.c.In ;
entitled the
this much it Jofnll. Spices, Pickles, &c. of Black and Satins Striped and Plaid Silks Every {terson to right of pre-enpliorj
Fancy ,
Grndet )e granting addition to the above, the subscriber has a well to land within the limits of the loHnshipa and
does no make out- ,the charge e of injuticf.Te A Good One.-An Irishman who visited selected and assorted stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Ul\DERWOOJ'S pickled Gt'rkins.l\lan OP.s. On- Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia, Plaid Silk part[ any of townships above enninettlefl! i ii ?reobire6 Irt

question badf,the Government a light he United States, for the second time, in 1641, i-C., which he would dispose of on reasonable Pickles; Pickled Lobster Wal- Mazurkas, &c. & establish the same to sotixfaClion nf the KepiFF
Is terms; being at en excellent stand for mcrhanJizing nnt and Tomato Ketchii|>*. Capers. Oli\!! Oil, Miiird. They have also dn extensive assortment of Cloths. Land and
the deal said about Mr. Clay and Receiver of the Office, make
across the Nueces T And xttrinjr great proper
array I a thickly settled and rich selllemsnt. Pepper and Per;n:r Sa-.tcei Cider Vinegar, fresh Cassimers and Vesting unmanufartured crm isting
this must b tested: by concurrent facts. Mr. a candidate for the Presidency, propounded Persons wishing to carry tin mercantile businexs.oad I Gooseberries and Clients in bottles huh Salmon in plot ot; Superior French Black and Wool Dye pi\ : >merit notice therefor, ami before a. soon the asj'rcciseeolenfleyaerungthu day appointed for .the er mraencenent -

Clay, in speech, asserts that in the purchase fio following question to a gentleman with a fun at the same time, would be |'lcavd with the I Shad and Halibut in canister. Curry Powder and : Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English: Blue and of the public ark nf the land embr

of Florida the United Etc pail five whom lie wa in conversation : >remi e<. (Jayenre, Brandy Chetru?, PresfrhrrU Ginger Currant Invisible Green, Wool Dye do.. Black Beaver and cinz the tract claimed; otherwise i such claim Hill
Persons wishing lo purchase, are invited to callon Jelly. Mlc mmi, Vermicilli Russia snd .nner. Cantor do., French Black Casstmer do. Ribbed do.
millions ofdollars and the insist 6 the Mr. Clay who is now a be forfeited. ,
right to
upon I the subscriber,and examine the stock and premies. ican Isinglass Irish Mo. dried Currants, Prunes_ do., Fancv Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and RICHARD M. YOUNG,
the Rio Grande the western of ton the ouZel gentleman who used to ofFer VESTIJVGS and
a boundary ELIAS EDWARDS.Jefferson and Citrons. most fashionable styles ; of Flack CoKtmistionT vf the General Land I'ffiee.
Louisiana-which was, as Mr. Clay thinks, when I was in this land of freedom betweentwenty County, December IS, IS 17. 22 3t Nutmejf Mace Cn.cer, All.pice, Cinnamon Fancy Plaid Satinsl do. do. Silk, Silk and WoollenVelvets. November rl.. s47. 1C 1:1."r .
the true boundary of the French purchase. and thirty years gone by 1" Cloves Vamilla Ban., Sac, Summer Savory and Cashmere and Valencia, Vesting of Rich ---
Jefferson Circuit Court.IN sweet Marjoram Orange Flower, hose & Peach wa- Velvet Plush &.c. &.c.
the same of boundary arose in As may \tIIJ.supposed, the son of Erin $100 Reward !
1o question CHANCERY. tees extract 01! R.I8e, I.mon, Peach and Vanitla.- ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT bF
of the Republic of Texas, and I was not a IstlnirIltd to find that the Forsileby LEWIS & AMES. Bleached. or stolen from the subvribef
and Cotton
Mr. Clay justly when Mr. Sli- "same old Coon was still in the field I William Bailey, deceased Adm'r. de tonit non of John Bel December, IS47. 20 Hats Linen and and CapsMonterey'Bro.Cotton Shirts | Undershirts .tit i A? RUNAWAY of October 1S41. a neprnrtrrti

dell was to Mexico to treat of Richmond Eaaminer.Ucrnadottf. many, ,.Complainant, Blk Ital. Silk Cravats, ilk. ansi Merino do. It_ named JACK abed feet tilth, stMit
dcspche between the Nueces t* Fine Perfumes, Fancy Satin do Lambs Wool and An'olaRich built, aced 22 }ear.. yellow cotopfctcd, a!
.'-A Swedish spoke con- Til man D. Purifoy. Defendant. and scar on one aide of iris head., and one on the
peasant From the Manufactory of Lnbin Tarii.TTEDYOSMIA Fancy Satin Undershirts upper
fd the Rio Grande was disputed territory. appearing to the n.ti.f"crion of the Court. by ,
temptuously of the king, saying, "I don't c r L in this that Tilman D. Pu- Club KlH Ge- Plain do Scarfs, Brow Cotton and Cotton- part of his shoulder, from a brim whed small He"is
made JockeY
Taking this to be true state of the case, the r affidavit cause, Helitrope, Lind Ilhks. lOde Drawers, quick spoken and yen sensible. A reward of ?
I a fig for Bernadotte. The peasant was arrested ifoy. the said defendant, resides out of tbe State of JLJ. ranrum. Mille/leurs, Patcbouly, Migniunette, Jenny
Uaiied States had asjpuch right to have an Bik. White andCol'd Kii num Elastic' will Se given fur the Nero, if lodged in anJ |all
and under an ancient law ofthn king- "lorida and in the State of Georgia, on motion of Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia Ber.de la Roine, Suspenders. *o that Ire ran bv had; and a reward of 7.00 trill bE
armed force on this nfbtral ground a Mexico the solicitor for complainant: It it Ordered', That xlantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte.,Vervain, GlO'estt'rino and Cotton Half--
dom to death. The kin" imrne t Hose, paid, if he has been stolen I>y a white man, for the
hid. Now, it is a notorious fact that Mexican the said Tilman D. Purifoy do appear and answer Vlarroeain and ess. liouqtet. ard thif, fcith nflieient-etidence con tie*
) the and ordered the negro
armed bodies bad crossed the Rio Grande liatelj pardoned uant the bill of complaint Died in this raifee within four Also Ol /ln'. Ashland Perfttmp, ,aid Preston & Patent Leather Shoes Umbrellas Money Dcll.- lion. Any information concerning thee tnrf be dl'
laecre the law to b repealed. 'Du the king to months from the date of the publication of this or. Merrill' Extiact of Fragrant Flowers. Shoulder Braces, &x. &c. reeled to the undersigned at Talfanasspe Post Office
Gen. Taylor \"a ordered to cross ho judge, "I do not like to be insulted, "nndhcrcfbre det, or the said bill of complaint will be taken for The true Farina Cologne-also the French and I CLARK & STILLMAN. SARAH ANN ALLEN53 /

u It i I a notorious fact that Gen. cannot let ibis man pass confessed : Provided* That a copy of this order he American. Lavender and Florida Waters Bay Rum i October 23. 1541. 14 'this Whip, Griffin, GY, nfl fesr'e pftblish

i Ta1or was Jhe Arroyo Colorado by will vfwithout ruhli.h in some Bcwspaper printed in the Middle and Apna de la Reine, fine Cosmetics, rich Pomades, the abate lout weeks,and send bill to advertiser. -
I orwnkejj \body a of and that he some punishment you thtrfrr, please Circuit of Florida, once a Week for the space of four }U.ir-oil. and Htir-dye, Sharing and Toilet Soaps Wood Cutters. November C, 1847. to 4t
\ was Melcu1 go to his house, and say to i my name, mouths. (Signed) fine and coarse Combs, Brushes for the Head.Teeth,
"tfeateucd with batle case ho crossedjoat Since don't care a fig for Bernadotte, THOMAS DOUGLAS. Judge. Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream, WANTED: a number of strong and healthy men 5;
stream. These (acts are 1 part of the : Bernadotte doesn't care a fig fur you." De-ceuiber 1S.H17. 22 4m in pots. For sale by LEWIS & AMES. as choppers. Liberal wage lo. good NEW STORE.

| wjo7 of tboM times, lad entering the neu- 1)eccmbei4lS17. 20 men. Apply tBIRCHETT
& LINDENBERGER.Novetuber .
!ra territory with armed troops was an un. Roses and Onions.-At a performance atalmo's Administrator'- Sale..lITlt.J4 G, 1&.11. 16 tf GEORGE MEGINNISS!

.J c wwaencement of the war, Mexico frstCld. Opera House some time ago, Itoquels be sold at Newport. Wakolla CoUnty,on'Saturday :Apples, Potatoes, and Onions. -.- TS now receiving and opening af tlie slot*et donE
the the also vy ibe Stb of January nextancro BARRELS EATING APPLES 1 to Mf. Borne?.. t Beneral s.men..o l rood hi
wi-on" thrown
Morever. ouly flowers were upon &agf,8.Jd Kerseys.
21 Negro GflCfcCER1ES
no nan named Abraham* be'longin to the estate of the 27 do. Irish Potatoes, rnraictiiic of DRY GOODS HARDWARE
h acd Cartajal, Canaf.and Romano Falcon a bunch onions. The |person who lhrc\v late Bartholomew Eslickfor the benefit of the heirs 10 do. Onious. CASES KERSEYS. 2 do Linseys. fc*'., Jte., whkh be will sell at tb. er/

the i before Gen. Taj lor, tICJ4UU.wu arrested, can led to ha ,watch 'creditors.. Br order of the Administrator. Just rneiYetllnd for sale cheap for cash by 10 Just received and for sale hy lowest prices

Icui.Corpu1 Chriui i, but American cllkuix; iuu..c, kept all uight. On Tuesday last December: I3i"t 17 23 ts December .J, 1S47. 2'') A. E. HOC. Sep. 1?, lCn.I LLOYD & FLAGG. October 110. l47. 15 Ct



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., ',' ,I. :. Leon County- -Tax- .Collector** Plantation for Sale. L. & H. GREENBERG & CO., ,SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, City Hotel, Tallahassee. I WIffMhMl as tf.

i4 1; ; TF Y. In* power retted la me by SeI.rae T'OR 4 sale the Plant at wn known Slill tonticne at Ikcir old itand FORTH. REMOVAL AND pERMANF.NTCITREOF 1 0rICE.hue to inform my friends i and tit* .I 0" TaE. 'ST&JrTR or .Q .m.

'... ': o wle before' 1M Court J. Ca. Bianca ia JerTer.vm '$ U.mt FROM AN patrons alIbis bouse,that I hur- leased it.and .Y--
iJ 1 43 "Ball etpne for Inu.' r.t;; ; a : : Corner / M-mne and Jrffmvn fUrffft ALL DISEASES RISING that it will hereafter be conducted by WILLIAMHEMIXGXVAY. One of tte .
: 1 door. i ia the city of T.UabU. 0 I""cby.l1..h ty. Florida. Til 7 HERE, opening their FALL AND UNITED
EM who
: are now has ( been STATES
:1 : or
I d. of which there are aNwt 900 cleared, and : } many years REPOR
the ol
: day of Much, 1SI9. following, nr'pcr.Igo.2See3Z.T2RINaTh1V land V V WINTER of ENGLISH.GERMAN OR HABIT OF TilE SYSTEM '
; i sn;plv FRENCH connected with Ihe first class Hotels at the North
: t Si l.awl Cnuaely upwards ol 700 now in cultivation in cxtton and corn. VIZ: A PAII.T JOCBJTAL. or
i ly,0.1Dubllta.ilp1Ib AND AMERICAN DRESS GOOD and recently from the American Held in New Y xk. covrBMktsjrr ,
(: Plantation is sitmted ia the most desirable ,
.i'. .' : Tut t"r *.: This within mile and half Rich blk SdIC(1'0. de Rhine together with every Scraftila or 7n*'. Eeil. TZAnrwo/inw. ObttimateCulanmu Believing he will kc.'t'p.n excellent house cad spareno riTz AXD CIXKKAI, .!..
the being two a
A. .. DavalaadtheUoioa of State
< Lad. parpniinzt'tblon 10 -
'I ; part colnndand fau Plaids. ,Pirn Iff or PvxittJti on Ut
Silk.Parisian Eruptlomi
description y f exertion or to nuke hi 1l comfortable.
,"0I''$ 4a i Diakcif FlrrUii: of Office Monticello various, the CburtMSctHooh.'OQ:1'T site. where. &c.there and is within a Pot Striped and Primed Caibmere, Plain and Colored face, BI.t ,.. Bifn CJ.rllllk S.re Eyct. RifWorm I recommend expense the boner t* my guests friend and the- TIrE subscriber li.n of I is now enabled to a--. t e

:, French Merita Pl.in.Strijtd aixl Silk wove Alpac- 5, TrUer, Staid 1/ ..!.EnJarfrment and THOMAS BROXVN. binrn"f"lk'ftl. few...
\f t! cIsc1 I 3.,T : R t. NBivi W. twenty-five mites cf T- l1ah_. tbe capitol of the & Pain of the Bones and Joint, Slvlborn Ulcrrt. public.NuvrmberllSll. 1C cnent of B well organized and i im" J..
is well watered Ibniuzhout. in a. Cm New the ; ,
Stale. It abounding at Sal of the General.
I W4.NW.Sc..TI.RI.NaV. A preal variety of French Enrich. aad America Syphilitic Symptom Sciatica or Lumbago aid '...,.
: i Containing 2Si >riniof Ihe finest water' and is remarkable, even iJUerurt The leading feature of Ike UailtJ '
-jl I arl Calicoes and Ginehim arising from an injudiciout tar ofMereitrif CITY HOTEL Sufes
: Lindf t"b lon to Jaian F. TroMi and in this healthy neighborhood, for ita uninterrupted( ; ler will be the following: ..
*i r : : ; \Y rs'f'd Plaid, of different fn and ntnlitie*; ,Ateitrt or 1Jr& .. Exposure or Lprudmee
lbeUniofilfik .l lri.1a: hcalih.: On ill there i is a very good D-jrellin Hooie, Shawls of color ill Life. Alto Chronic Constitutional Disorder I. Early Intellifenee./the morewtents
? ? description am quality ; -Ide.
1 > with piazza all around containing eight fine rooms rious Departments
N4S$7T3.flI.NInt1F$ shale Corrmmtnt
"' Swint Jaronet Cambric. TarUtoo and Cfo s Dee preparation i is a combination hitherto on- i. rt .
besides servants apartments. Kitrti n. Store Room fIllS to Domestic affairs and
F.I.SW1.SeI7.T3.RI.3' to thee F 0ft
'S. : .Nad F noke Hur.. Bath Hoie. Spring Hi>u e for Milk Mashes; in Ihe history of Medicine, diTering entirely Ji&WaTALLAn.4SSEE the cou will be 1" hbl_ If
: i-SEJ.Secl7.T3. R !. t" given with .
) \ : Silk. Thrrad and Linen Robin and a new style ofMu in its character and operations from the va- len
flI" i. S W J. Sec 17. T 'l. R *. N aid E -Ve .nil i.i ftvl order and repair. The Negro Quarters. 1in edeinp riOU1t preparationsofSeraa rarina which have beenat Po4cesing peculiar facilities for ''at-me
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: t t. S !. 1.T 2. R 2. N.n: .Oerer'5 Hon.'in,Gin 1 I.jue order,Plantation and tables cf Kid, Cashmere, Silk and 'v\o.leB! Gloves for Ladles different time offered to the public. It acts spe.ci FLORIDA. lion the Reporte'.iIl b r nb.rd }
J. R 2. Fe.tcrs A.C. are al40 gnnd capable ac communicate lle
4 E X w T 2. exclusively
1. : < iBtelLgtnce
f; =an and Gentlemen fir the then it
: ; I 2. mmod4tir. nn? hn .dred nczr cs. Thcreisaloa ; ally upon whole system by brincing TN the management of this Hotel the undersigned important character.II. .ae.t,
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'j': : F. S l. 1. : i an is Silk. Woollen aNt Cotton Stockings frr do. ; under its direct and immediate influence. Although .1.will ne his best exertions to please his -
null but which there guest
N and imfailkZ water 03 a Ther.osies t'erbatiat
Vf .C E J, Src 1.T" K, N ad F.K. Grit Mill nw in operation.To power. Linen Cambric Hdkf, plain and H. S lotrprirnl; pored of powerful healing effects yet it i is en- lie a.ks the public for their prlronaze.WILLIAM tile Report!of /, Pr ffliittKlQ4

!t N W 4. S E 4. S.T-3. 2. .. will be ,ldII.T Handsome Silk Cravat, French Needlework Collars : tirvly l harmle, 10 l tat it cannot injure the most delicate HEMINGWAY. of United States Stick. wk w. I"
d this
\ 4. S XV J. Soc 8.T J. R 2. ar d a ft purchaser property ? proprietor is hound to furnish
.I4.. containing\ W) a rr'. : E I as the owner i it aV.ul !. remove. Postwoncivei and Cape; constitution. When in perfect health no effect November. Is?. IS 17. 16 Cm accordance with the terms of daily the to tut kodv. i.

S.1: Liid. poiTKMlinr li Kpl.-vn to Datid Robinson and on the Ut J miry n'd.lt which time will Barage* for Drev; do. Green ; is product by its u!e ntf'ptan increase of appetite Herald St. Augustine ; Gazelle, Newport; the close of Ihe last session .f contract Bad at

: : ,: lit* Union fUnk of n"fd.: I 21.! o be disposed l of, if desired by the person butinz, Splendid aiSQrlrnent of Hat Cap anc Satin colored ; but whendi 'ease is seated in the frame and Advertiser,.'.palaehicnla,1M Democrat and Gyzette. rangeznentsnow made w ill a' Co&gres* Tbe If.

'f. XV J.S \ |I. Sc 31, T -2. R 1. X aid W, .1 I lot of corn ar.d rut of the stork now on the place. Ribbons. ; earning fast its victim alonj( the path of life then Pensacola, will please publish and send bills to Ihe Senate of the United Stiles an n folly secure lei"
Xf' lilltJ. Tu' ar.d ?(raw Bonnr; its myterien influence i is felt and it enkindles Hotel authentic
: can ; seen ; for aact
; t S c27. T 1. X and \V.cwifainiajj Thoe wiihin! lo fnrcha would do well to examine payment. plet record of if c.
I ; t J.X 4. Debates' and
1 Itl 1.1 the land while; the present crop is growing. Limn Damask a:1tl1 am;'k Table: Cofefs; new life, and viznr and bring health and strength neatly enlarccd d 10 the r"pl le-5; .
a re*
) le.. ToweU tit lo the sufferio and di ea rd. Cabinet benefit ef lire
) Diaprr Making&c..
; ;; n
Lindi jMirixiiiinj t"" tMlol; to Harapton Matox: For terms. applv to T. nEATTY: who resides on rif'hce.13I'I'1' and state> ,
.l ... I.W.C. .. L. I Tm.tr... : the Plantation, and will be happy to show it. Rich Xctt Children W."1 Cc-a's :n' Caps; "TstrrH is Srn.\tcra THAN FICTION."-LET /"" O-PARTNERihIP.-Tbe IIndcr.i ." have associated which they have ever IlJCktdIIilh tDl..Jllp' that be4, ,to
-"- - .\ larze jrtrrent "f br wn Sb'etiigs, Shrling? TIIK FACTS SPEAK FOR THEM!FLVEI>.-Thefollow- aulki .,,
I 1,. : SEJ.X XVJ.JLXV I. \VI.Sre:SI,T3,III, >i.v u Also a =__ ___."'_._ ,_ __.oo ___.L__ ,_.. ,_ .L_ _u.' _L _._ \ S them lves topethcrar.d from this date *r'ectlul r rard. fl.
.__ __ __,._.. __ __ ____ ___
: Shirlm
and Striped ? and II"me.pa ; I"' 'rrlJlI IC" IIUIY .O\Hurr IIn. .n Ine !real "naln I ..L. .... L ta L .I .L L '
S.-T 3';.T : R 2. N E. III. The
IIno rne un'
J. Will Dutln
SE4.kEW ProeeeJin'i
: X E For sale I Inw several fine tracts of Land in various Broailcloth Ca.Jimrr*. Kcr-ys, Linc!. Striped I of testimony to iI i merits. Let the afflicted read and I docted LVxcil UJlllr'tl."no and [),,.' im il, H.
t by t yiXGERHOrTTS.
XV X E J.S-C.V..T3.R2. They
S arf'rrrparf'd of
X E I.* | R"ltalirillallO! be
.. F Cointiesviz : IW.'> acrM in Tizer Hammock. Wa- and PbidSatinrtt. Jean,. Tweeds! 3ed and White be 'on.inctll.fLaI it l. done once it will doa do given wish (ellllt'll
all their line
Sec NfcE, to descriptions rf work in ,
: J. |I. .. impartiality, and the uttr.cn
-d Camlrici. wih larse ain.
a .
nanncl.Tickins.c nmitauit
kullaco-int* 'l JO acres on the Apalachicola River ; Iac k
; with and
rnntainra *W e r -s.Landj fidelity despatch,and on as reasonable 1 terms da* record will t l *
ccmpltlely J .I
in aJJen county !>;9 acres near Andrew's'. Bay ortmerit "t l Trimminjs, Fancy Cords Perfu- Cinai-rsTOWx Mass. ( ma Bp, K4
pqrjvxlm; tobfl'wgto Lew i i. Comer and ; Str'2:1d.ISti. (for cash or approved acceptance as any workmen in in Ihe u Reporter"nest appeal
4 IbeS L I. Tr1.1 Co. I XVashiiton: county; 2SV0 acrw in the Arrcdondo m -ry, Cutllery A.C. ,MI of which will be od! This: may certify that mv v>n. now aced seventeenhas Ihe country. The continued patronage of the public IV. .f Synoptical mornoug.,
lintof th
E ;. X: E Z.aiSE1.Se2T3R2.N&1 Grant AJjrhui county, Ea.t Florid; yf*) acres on low for cash at their jl.ire ia this place also! af been for; ten years afflicted with the scrofulous is most respectfully solicited. Jk alei /all'the Stale [ J-arsefeinlg. e-4

t K \\ I. XE 4. Sec ::, T 1. R 2. X and E, the St. J the St. Johns River in Duval county. Apply as 30. 1"47. 1-1! which caused Ihit'humor and all claatiel
EI.sE1.sc..T3.RN1n E. probably I to make its appearance GERARD VIXGERIIOETS. readers will thus be

1 *,V i. XV J. s3"t. T 3. R 3. :and 1 I abo...e, r-r to C .l.S. S. Sibiev, Editor ol the. Flondian. DR. WOODRIFFS DVSEXTERT fOCDIll..VO in a most sinztibr way, covering his body Tallahassee November G, 1"47. 1*. formed of Domestic Legsshtiu.n kept fullarwJ io all sstematkjjyj5.

'. ..' chnin! ? lrM.I The Montgomery flat & Advertiser, ColumbTime.Savan.ahRepulkan.Charle'In'Couriet- from hi* head toa his fret with mal tumors. I ron United State,. sortia.DI"IN

'C ,T1. :: (o bolong to the! state \\'. \\ HUMBUG? nlrcd: a Doctur ol Medicine, and lie examined him Received by the latest Arrivals V. E4rlyIafrlI.grnee

,. Hart : purMxtin.c Ct-luriibia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer BCTOXE CF THE Br"T REMcnrs rvrx nscovcncD three days in !'..ice iion, and not under!t ndiiir! his in IAr I.e&JaIvre. Gll/'f'rl", ., 1

S E 4.*5ec 3S.T.R2.Na1F., \ill copy o ice a month till Itt January, and send FOR BOW:). CKR ANT.KJIF.NTS.Dg. eadvised: r.,c toc..n nlt Dr. PU. f'u.ot New York ALARGEasMirtment cf READY MADE TLO- WK! 'f Great mmii cad F"'r*
btlN to tin. OiTicc ar.d send one copy of tarh paper I then being rc Ment of that After OT ; also, a general assortment becc'rnmunkatidhyevcr, steamer Ircm EnwIL
X nd city.
T R E. a long
; 2. ,
X XV 4. S Fe: 2. Ihroasb in
: of GROCERIES.L Li.rnJo
n reporters and
anti critical iToninalion I
containing having than
R and more ( r-
2 thirty
r I, X XV 1S-c2.TI.I = r iljnlicfllo Florida. f',r: DIarr'!,'p;, D;' 'nttrv, Cholera Morbn f.tli"r me !:lcal :.'nlf'mf'fwitb: him the i &. If. GREEXEEKG & <0.i pecnliar facilities for t bf.i* itf..rBaliVB.
E tt time i
i X T 1 same
.t E 4. S2. I 2. Saro I Cholera Inf. trod Sutnzur October :. 19-17. 15uooas VI. The (
I July 17. i i..i. 41 If ntuin, GjLipljiij ot Chil- he ed it Jtnaal.-tr.afsheheyj1
i ion ( |" or Evil. The .
t.nbi.i.z : ;n t'orrlf/'nkd ... :.. ..: ._
a .( :
: ac. .. ., .... .. .. ... .,1.. .1 u
.ILt ) :K. in .n.i .. --
Is XV. < in X :, j I p' .-..".. > -? .?..-.....A. ..i...:A"'P" .. -- -.J Uti .ne.l
: 2 i ety.tflrtCtPUlPTIln't.kqZt.1 .n.v.
Such is
.I L. C tton! .AziT.t. Sea Island Cotton Gins. Fawn H. If.: J1i1, .arJ. lute c' 3. M'tniftrr tu fi'filtrt. rn
; I Lot tif. f.ri2 ".4l |.Un of Ihe cur. of Tallaha. rXHEr ri," beg Jca"o to in- % ,I Jun- of 1 IS'J": and then his bones became affected in Black and Blue Black Broadcloth Fancy have designed been lu w. All the plan* and if.
.. .9 ner. : 'o ln-i<.n! ictatetif C'lur'ea )U ir. JL form the planters of long-stapla Dr. Ifle'ruff.U.Deer tr:-.\ ftW day. :, con-e uence of I he mercury I that had been civen him. S..rtineli, Kentucky Jeans. Rich Satin wil nr.aiurnJ.acd. the hop w

.. Lind-i pnrporf'tiz p'Tr'ttiflZ{ lo Mong to XVil'.iizn: IUI1 and liiJil Cttnn, that the* are .I ill engaged in since I received tie! Crdi l wKc'n I jou \ -.re ct,.I l I j I" Acc| ol bone came away from hn under-jaw: in 'estings. Silk VelvetV>tingi, Rich Satin Silvered confidently itself cheri-brd iLattke (J So x..port".ill|

I' 1.v thS.L.Z.&TrutCn. : manufacturing the latent improved enonili: sen.l '" llivia* ed| the aThd.! I 1"1 I the fir,t flare as larsc as an English walnut a piece Vesting, Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravats a prove an energetic i itHlolrico*. digniW aed

( IV I.S \\. 4. S-c 1. T.". R 2. X and F. ROLLER IIORNE (J1NS. llavin!!',Id a great many not hfsitJte to pronouire it a rarot v Iuiblc! nodicine. from his forehead as Jar;!as a six i ,'ence, and a piece general assortment of eentlerren fo! -tand Sioe? I view perfectly*- irxlt pt-n.lt-journal. It will line Be ftrtj

S-ciion -I. T 2. R L. X ;nd F.r..NI:1.sc9.T2.R2.Nan. uf thsc Gmx in Georgia South Carolina and Florida Iruktd! fir cI"1I aScctio' of the N\\'l'I a* from near the crown of his head. It then went to Hats and Caps; also a Isrzs stock of ready made terms of no hi political Lw. Tie pr"p* *ter, by the

-! E.XV they (3'1 ri lc-r to tlio-4'- r-u. li.\, purcli.trd them we sotnefimf* s-utfrr with in the South: I "D.'\" nothing I the 'Ick and yule, and rharcd; in three place*.- clothing,just received and (or sale by Stale board* contract with the Stn.j ie ol She UkitH

\. S f: i, S.-C 3. T 2, R 2, X *:11! E, an.i w.o are willing to c.taIis'!! the r.putation of at 3.1 e'j'tal 1 to it.My Frria (Lcncc to one of his limbs 4cparatin;, in con.So'tl"e:1ce S. i"*. EURNEY.Sepfcnber shall contain, u to tie Cf(:.tlit-n, that ** the paprr

XV i. X i: !, SeJ.T2IUN aid E the sTtnc Gin< f<*r ginning out more Cuttoi and : 'triend.Col. Sj'srs J.'r>r, .,cull have part of of the ulceration Ihe mu.cles and cord 2-3, 1'47. 10 bates.?* It will r.o be political riiscn; ** it the remainder I hate I I'.l; l aide for hen I aceh.cleo( Ncwt
; u" \\ from the bones of the! ankle ( Lh
confaitinij 0-C afr. drafl 11.111! *ny oilier} Gin in 5)" I joint on the back part.llebnd .- r.
Y A. Johnson may. need it. ni->pcc'i"Jv.HENRY! at one time filleen Rifles and Shot-Guns. ganofanyset of fpir ioBS. 1e plod aim .( its
'f:1 Lind p.WD4.tflIDlI4'lflZt0 nnz : .1gmt,:-VIM.\U>.GI k ACOTA. Ccntrrsville, running cores or H urs subscriber i is

4 ". E: J, S ;V 4. Src '21, T 3. R 2. X and E. Ga. ; GroRGE L. FROwN, t''nanfilIf'! E. Fla. \\. lIILtt \RD. from the clans of the throat and] those place* I have ASSORTED qualities. sizes and) prices, jn't re- a faithful and lo eslal.lieh B at the Seal *l CoTrrbonst

S XV 4, 2 T 3 R X and E, ; mentioned. In l"IOllind in N. II. pn J 4. S ", : Sing p. Gin 615: ; do. "i'h all improvements., PiTtsmrnth for pale by S. F. EUR.NEY. jence-a rtipvarille
From Benjamin GnrJnrr. filter If the FotilhemM agent,,011 Lie-lIlh
-: coatiininj. 10 acres. $37. IJrwiMe Gin, fel.1; ( ". with' all late itnprove- ; and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which September! 2", 1517. )0Caps. () the business the politician,
A. A. FISHER.! Sbfriff( men?!, $.',. Ex'ra BOXM and Brushes can be had: at d.r. Enfaula.1Ia.ANOTHER I ctllftl in one of his hips which Celled as large as and man.ir.erot C'IJDactar".ILe neettaaic,

-- aid! ,:o'r/o TaC,.UeclcrJI..n Co. moderate rafc*. Orders for Gin and repairine Gics LIFE SAVED BY TilE CORDIAL three of the other. Being: tinder Medical treatment, and Gftvemntnt everyone in I Leaf air* .f Cvagress

_X',,fmhr_ .'H. I"'". l! "rn .l-jsetn.lirw-f to VAXCE & BURNS, .iftrr r/iyv'tion's !killlaJ.l failed Ititfjit. I I they p\e bim lau..lanuM"IIntill.e lot his rea.!on.- JUST received per the last arrival 50 d<-:. Clfth plicit ccp.Slet.ee. may rely at illume with im

-- -- I Ia22.. 1"11.1 If St. )br 'II. : W'iM Sir; Than I bocarne alarmed and sent ','r a Thomsonian. GlaZed
I : Dr. >Jn'Jf:- :-1 take rut pleasure Caps for Gentlemen and Bots, nets It is believed bat tie ofaLHsLcer.t
Flour &c. of
Bacon ---Choice- in te tifjini to the eflk-acy of nr Dy,,-nrr Cordial i His metlicina! hlped; Lu Lip and rcv>red bis reason. 5"Je3.1fbicb will! be oM "f'fI.I.". 1a1.! j 1r.'u/.f /!> tnce, SMB a rr<
schooner } from New Or. 1 Liquors.WE lle: third time be was nttir'.nl! with' this fever in ( on Irrms which place
JT f-circd pr .kia. from tc"tii(5 its ttrlu -fin my oa-n famil Mrs.[ L. & II. OREIEXUERG i. CO. it vtithin thereacb cf .
tLcgrral B5 ( .
I IMC, when bcarinj of Dr. Sand tbepe
ofler to the public the lU\\inc thrice Li- Gardner U-t Sarsaparilla and October 30
was summer rno' f violently: attacked 15.17. 13 pie. at the Cf c.E.nr c*.t of what ;
Ca-k Raco Ham. u<>r all of which ncivill being perfectly sitUficd! that all other medicines had rff'mM' to be a
I ] warrant as being with that dis a e. and alter all nnintnt mf.lienl: dill I ramt iJtf'f't"Itiszt eventful
I r of the bVst quality; : had been baffled in its efforts i(lulled eliectinz cure, I sent and procured six hot.tIcs of pericd in the history
cje St[ refuse the di ca c : Fall and Winter Goods. Ccngri fiscal 1 r'L will be
I .e 1."I-r", 2 '|u?*r cl the rrt rdi-d cub

t:r'lh liloi. 1.,'& 2 Mi>df ira XVine, mywlf thJ abe wonld: not survive rnicb longer under him well. Tho e ;place! healed! -be became bright TUST RECEIVED frcm New Ycrk by Erg! Hcrrj thus stated hit cbjects, lie rcintrunily.ub5cli ; and,aaviag

O ( !. fh& F.milv Flour, ft ,:,.. oH AfononsahelaXVhi ke ', the inteiie azony which sbt\u laboritij and Iivel>'-colcr came to his face and lipfrcm I.J Buck a large assortment tf sclici's a liberal and r rerpertfally
lil.) 2: boxes of I d .each old )Madeira that tin* till the Fall of IS! !, his STAPLE general support foci the e.-
I new :0.2 M.clenl. < XVine, of the I had recourse tour in aluabe! Cordial l. and before complaints never AND FANCY DRY GOODS. li"bez-td f-tWjc "f tie Ca

3 HirreU "ile! low by viDtloe of 1 r,2'. Xewton. Gordon troubled bin At tlat lime he becamed which
GrHn Apples. ( i Co. she had taken one bottle cf it. relief \\a obtained Groceries. Hardware I XW d and Willow Ware JAMES A.
: 27 1 17. IU F. I IOC. Champagne WHIP, Port and Claret I continued until lat Mrcb. when his became ,
.u.fbr r .s r.FRFD ; Wine, and after taking 103' entirely cnrd. I feel !lure right eye Rope and Barring, I I Nails &"d Iron Ztrxotrcjirr to tie &...1IJe
_bnd._._. __ ..n_, _r.rli31.. ._ that I indebted I I averted; frcn tLit to the left eecovering the
nn it for her **
P' to lire. Boots
am and Shoes Ti
You can use Sugar f' itT. ic. .tcSept. 53- liSri i States .
; IW-I.Hlu" ill
I be ria&
.. ..
Notice. BIRCHETT: A. LINDENBCRGER. !izht of tho m.r* -- Ihlt_. .lie ir-> tn o mo.... this as >ou may see rropt-r. n. -- "- woo b" .J v. .1.-. J.v I rf ca a Lrr ajod &ascsrR sheet. and uraoa
'''IX month after djfe the Adminiritor of the _N'.veribr-r 27, .IS47 I'. Eufau1 July 15, isl''Ij. BEXJ. sishl. UJ i: every
I :____ GARDNER. Knotting that Sands. I9.1S47. 9 LLOYD 4. FL..GG. :'rt.zrn.f 5c:caj>. at tic rate el IG per w
.J e.ifate( of R. Iliimnhric*, deceased Ute of Lean Sarsaparilla the only j: o"lL _

Co'infjr, \il t>re-'cit hi' anal account and v'cochfr.1 Furniture.JUST Worms Wcrusrom! medicine that had ever done him any pjod I applied Notice. J h. Cnzecna .;.'h tie d Hy paper, there will Vt
: re vi ed from Nc-.v to FowlApothecary. at Brtoi 'for He
said Y -rk more.
the Ju.tze < f 1'rohate nl Ci/u-ity, and < ee.iede ?r.e ,
>,rai for lun.a'Ji'h.rze Iruin sail I admini'4rti"n. und-ojr.i Miho;any S->fa, D R. WOODRUH WORM SPECIFIC i i. a safe has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed A LL persons indebted to the estate cf TVr J. j Rr Ibhrr. nlTrU

| 2i. U't. 19 firn I j-r. Dirant. For ,ieTvBIRCUETT and efficient remedy for Worm Try it. As the tumor from his ers and hearing, and he now JL\. Lathamdeceased are hereby notified lo cale xrnsoa CONGRESS

S..vtmbr .- i LIXDEXBCRGER ;Ovd as the best and as cheap a. thedieapcst.CERTIFICATES. I|I appears to be cured and radically so. I verily be- immediate payment ; scd aI! those hiving decn-i ] 'TA f' .:;. a wit coelaia exclasively lie fier .

LEWIS AMES Xoverr.Sor 117. 1 rt I t 1--i.r-:'\' -3t1lbi-. .-.;-. hll..r.-... ,..,-,.l.--.,.. -rn.;....'. .s.--..,.. J-.n"'. ....r.:1.1 will prf'eftllh'ir accourit.nrnr-eriv- atTes'rd. lathe I 1 *fs tf the rv r.* ;.-- and- -rviif---.- -, ...vr_ -
& I certify that I iraTe Dr. Woodruffs Specific to a i if I tad continued tborously the use of the Sarsapa- undersigned who is duly authorized i to settle the of the UtiTcd Sate -It will Ee issued semi-wrtkly.u.-"

DEALKB4IXDRUGS. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry child of mine, and in abort f ime it hrsuzht, arir2'JOnotms. ,$ villa when he was under its influence the first time. same. JAMES T. ARCHER in an elegant qnartn-fcria.thrcogbcot Ibe smieavof

3Cni>ICIXC>. PAI5TS. OILS.; REI'AIHEU.pOXVLE : JOSEPH SHIPPEY. These are the simple statements of the facts of the Agent forjMargarct Butler. Acmin oitnlrix. Congres and will be furnished to subscribers at tk.

.- _ Moacogee County, Georgia IS IC. case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts knownto October 16. h-17. 13 2n rate of Two Dollars lor toe long session, and fbu
Toilet Irlicltx It. Window t MYER
rtrfcmrf, GIS L having a.r--r d the iricj the public for the benefit of those who may be Dollar fcMhe short senion. It believed that this

.. 0 : P.U"TEJI' BRCIIICS A.ND COLOR!, of an experienced wcrknan 11 to w;.ll: :jf*
Apoche GIa. Ware, &c.1J'1IEai.ae the repa-riru; of XVatche *"K! Cl',cs *xrj3+vjy, I I fanily Dr. Woodruffs Worm Speci&c.and it brought. cure haj been effected solely from the effect of this KENTUCKY. the library o(every public iDllitulion.p JiIKin.ud
.Uic { are r rtrpared to &i ail; work i& tL ir L cf V. .i iwrc -
I : jf) worms and in another it cured invaluable medicine. professional
I away ; case ooe tbrtiugbcut
constantly on hand,and for ale at the // ..a3 ,'.ur"1',' oj flI1E subscriber,a* the resident agent of the said the country ; and that
CiV tn-r.ro women cf Tenla, or Tape XVorm. HANNAH XV. BECK. 228 Main it will be regarded the
st. by of the
mices.We j j"f'ID r 9;. 117. 13I lnstitntionoller, for sale in trnett, and upon great mass pesfle
mnkc 1----- -' 'XVbitesville.Ga. JOHN J. LITTLE.I Suffolk, t*. Botton October 13. l IS.-Then personally terms In :pvrcbateri about Four Thousand Acresof as the veiy best political text book for their own is-

I BULL A. appeared the above named Hannah XV. Beck ''slruclion.and thai of their children.
have reeeivcd by Ute arrival* larze PRATORIUS LAND situated in the county of Jackscn in the I
adili'nal I certify that I Dr. XVoodrufT and made solemn oath that _
pave Specific to a the above certificate, by
fut,>pliesof nrMftMeJieint.anI it the State of Florida. Also the [:g' to Locate, to
C.umial"bich. ror&cr ten CD-lrr the a
tuz< ?with in'ft of the popilar patent rerlliN. i fcnlintl Offite and, neroboysho seas in bad health. brought away her subscribed, and statements therein contained limited extent. IMPCRTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.

Jt our a. hi
ron.r I .I health. ThOMAS BO YD. JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. be ..
t r .at( iXV'e ARE NOW OPEXIXG a choice, and well!! selected Cow eta Ga. For further an experienced j'idge.and are believed to be amongst iiioed frcca the office cf the CoiUd States Re-
hareJnow *!ore a $I'll q.f (ttI=IXE. tear- v.rtm n' cf CLOTHS. C.S'J.fLr.'EST- County Janu3ry.15&7. parlicnlars and conclusive evidence of the finest in Ihe county. porter" containing Ihe reports cf all such Drbalei

'1 railed pjrf ,and;'f fry rprrior qFUKSII "" I IXCS and RF.\DY- !DE CLOTIII.VG. The superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets which C. II. DUFOXT, as may pcsscw peculiarly excitin iaev'r-

.. lud___ fi. __.. .u.rn_ ..n' r.,.( car I..ila.'" ttco"i.. ... 1 h........;.,....,.r II-...__ _great. .1 y- For sale by Lewis& Ame' Sols A "nt..' Tal- may he obtained nfAs-ents. rahJ.I I '_ All subscriptions and ctEmouicatioas .
: - V lobe
"" .Tgrm u.
-0 v. Ialia I; V .1. j Ay. pot.pid
"OOJO" also the
I ee; by foHtwine'J'I'r R. Manning Prepared and sold by ). & D. SAXDS. Dro .
w T. 'at tb ; ,a.d
  • GAKDEN SCED3 '. birzi.ru; ny\n% to f>urcb>Md Leon County; James r.. Beard ? M Micco-'I'I ;iss! .100 Fulton street corner of William X. Y. ly oudrrS'dJ.UlES
    : / will do
    I foil
    ." from the celebrate-1 c #n. of M ffn llov.vf Jt Co.AJ ;ur Jfk. It jfXi wood be \II to call! and examine xkie: Leon County ; S F. flume,. iliccosookie SoM also bv' LF.XXrIS..\:mq.Talhh *-t'f'.SflTH Unilnl Stales A. hlOrSTO'.

    a 'a a nul! rioice r.f choice BRAXDY A.s'OWIXES.ar.d I to ecti7
    a lt.tr.tCG.Rofaraq'iaIity.: Al 1( C'-CT '".! this *t)Ui arid patterns Quincy; Joshua Djvi<..of Ga-l!"lcn Cainty ; D. Baker i and by Druggists generally I throughout the United err All 10

    of which we ofler f,r file af the ((,- cash *. [.ort;101 tit z tli<-,e clothe aM'/rtment and : uf2ce it to say. that a P. M., ChitlaboocLic and Wm. /ow'er?, Merchant States. Om: l .L 1.t.W9 tvhopuh'ith newspaper tl.is Ihir.Hghcot the United Stat

    LEXVIS caMtmers are ol. Ui-Il- Marianni.Auziift Fri<-e. f-I I per bolll Six bottles for &5.CtJ Practice in all! the d. | irefectus ute a week frvn Ibis
    I .Hfi.Tanaha. alii* ItoaMrd f n*trr.,' and IheclfI.in.r.r.dr.Yt'r I WILL Courts in the Mi.ld'e te till; the meflieg e-f Cruirr. will l.
    **- 20, I >1 7. I' IS47. The > eeelill t
    otm'M I 4 :: public are respectfully requested to '. Office
    : the
    article cf their clock it of a stjle and i remember on first floor of the Cap an exchange wit h lhe"ruiU; it!States .**
    quality uti
    ": that will plexc the most lul lidiom.i For lat! it is Sandi Sarsaparilla that has been itol South wing room formerly occupied by tie will be p'acerf na the !hit of I Lose |
    Notice. WoUld mention Rain. lnd i.rt n 'rnllw rt"hi.yin.' .n.i. r..m.',It..,. .._ _r SecrrtatT othe Tl'rritcn. _, .in... .r.L_., to wbcm the Extra -

    .I ALL creditor*. Iee lteC. n iH! ,) to di,. I the. liiey lineal texture, the best that En these li.h! wool CLOTHS d are of nnilE tvell-known and fertile tract cf Land in Co. the DvxtriifEciilt; class of di-ea-fs to which hh ; November 15. .. 17 n 'I''''''U
    py e, French I
    oroth U"'it iner! 'ted in the eUte | urxj .Ie blade,dr.Caimc-r.London wool> JL lumbia C"unrEut: Moiida, know as Charles' man frame is subject ; therefore ask fur Sandi Sarsaparilia New Orleans

    <.( John Smith. l late ot Lon Co'j. ty, d reat: .*tl, are do. C.,.., French and! German Ll ck cloth dye do.Ma'k.I Ferry containing one hundred acre* of land cleared and take no other. JOhN EItSIIC. Type Foundry,

    brieby n'Ji11 to \hibit lhir claiin arid dernartdfwilhii I Fr- wb faacyVESTINGS Ca .im-rs. Cass and at this time in a fine state (or colligation.ilh December 12, 1S1C. 20 ly ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING: WAREHOUSE

    two yearf from thi djte. to the und.r"rraJ. I cf fine bhck! Satin fine plaid Satin all the necessary buHdinzi: for the t'nl(crt of the Q.nlncy, Florida. .'<>. 17, Canal street Jltnc.
    or the ume barred and all Silk U'oollen farmer such as Dwelling House. Kitrhen. Meat) 1. 8 L D3LWOBTH]
    ; Velvet Cavhmrrelt
    wil b and attend the
    4i r"lt Justices undersigned
    : t' niJ etale a. (*] to tntVe Jt'Jt i. pa). Ccrro Gor !to and t'rub'J4"o. House, Sto'e( RJIm. with all nlher n'Hinz for the VV Courts of Gadsden TilE beg leave to aancttnce t. Fob-
    rtf'I' Monterey Attorney at l.atv Cf'unly.lbe Circuit Court of ht" and
    l'olkallt'II'1 of Middle Florida Printer, Ibllt. hate
    use hou Also ,
    toeot. I I RKADY MA DE negro P< good SlaMps* and Criband *, eslablisbed
    Nuremb'r 1'\TnCKIUTI.I I, FV CLOTIIIXG.-Superior a cood 'ferry 1-1..1. all of u Inch I ill sell If'fJr Manliffllo. Jtfffrifln Connlr. Florida.WILL I and_the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georia. a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY IB taw
    13. t ISI7. 17 < .nrt. dn... --.A-- .frorlc.--- '-,..-i.-.-._ .f--. .r.i.u-..... ...,. n ---, November 22, 15-15. 13 II --- ci'!. The Book Letter this .
    'I ca'h. IVrsonvi hinz to purchase will do well to o 'r.nni" .
    do. was Bit
    < < (
    ,1 > Frrncb! Ca*imer Sack Coat,1)oe-skjn sttend the Circuit Ci-.urtsof the Middle
    Wakulla County Tax blirk and do.. call and examine for them<-"''. JSentinel t rdcrby workmen of long experience: and. as no
    Colector's. fancy cloth) Sack mixed doe-kin ( .anl of ti! / County ol Columbia of the
    4 opera copy.U. ufI'nse'aJ
    SALE.BY coat, l lrk avf-rclotb sack and over-coats black REBECCA: CHARLES. Casters Circuit Flrrit'a.Monticello S. MAIL and spared to eHaia; I the handsomest races
    c. Clo>k_. Puntatoontnl fine Made Columbus, Fa., Aujniit. IS 17. I1m August 4 J to perfect it ia every respect,we vt ill venture to
    rirlae of ll,e authority TrtlcJ in law Cauimer,m'dium lSt'I say it will be fcnnd .
    1 me by d(,., a great variety cf Caxrimer as : -mf'. i if not the kawksrrnest -
    S I base thii day I levied upon, and will rxpo 10J'oti latest stIe. IY/, of fancy pants" of the Notice. in the United Slates. XX'e have also a 'ff11

    ] ile, ia fr the
    date r
    Trimming, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravat. atel,. SIX ( actinExecutor: of the Ihe latest
    XV.VuHa, Slate cf Fl-* style) to which
    will we wceld cat tie aflew-
    ( adjuktiii Stocks, Suspenders. and almost e'er)fbing ara.IIt'ltamNII of Arthir 1'arnfJ.: Sen., lion of Printers
    On in connected 1 deceased, will make & MAXWELL before pnrcbssm* e wwefrr. All
    Ihefirtt Monday May nfff, with a gentleman's outfit. application tothe Hon. Jude articles '
    ': B. k. P. are prepared to execute all of Probate' of Leoti County for Ittttrj of mission rnanufacltned by us shall be cf a material
    between the v l boor, tie orders accord.
    following Iite or ing to the latmt suE\ecutor of suit estate II BROCKENBROL'GII will return Flo FBOX eqoal if net mperirr to any isanofactured at tbe
    parcel of Lain, tiz; : I' most' approved sl>le*. W3I QCKVCY TO cn.\'I7-: OOC IZ, North and
    ( in time to attend all } as weshall eJI Type at New
    N. B. the JuI117..151. 53 the Courts of Ihe YOlk pri-
    By ont arrivals
    -9 I.ot numbxrS containln; 474 and) kno na.tthe we expect to receive Cm be carried in TWO HORSE, a. ..,_._.
    Itr. Till Middle Circuit and Jackson and WILL COACHES M" We 10 Itf'1. ft.h.... .n.n.. ,... .
    S REMAINDER.October Franklin Counties ,,., .. ""
    Ritri Survey arcnrd.ng to the '*-in"; t-t .V. .'. 1V.1I. 5.-.g%._'__
    original 'irrey .. .. We
    S Notice in -- are Dew
    Wesl.fl..ri prepared 10
    -. 1C. J isn. 13CAROLINA b B fc. M. \\'i1l alan attend the ------00-.0 .rrm:j, manufacture: CRASS RULE
    made by Asa llartfild.. ne"Cr.11 lotsr.m'r39,4).4l.4Z,41,1lil,2.'i1,4GG2 Tuesdays and Saturdays, at C o'clock P. 31. and
    : -- months after date Ihe Admiii of the. Supreme arid 1 Fed.ral Court Their lime will be arrive n'PEohny niloo.\Jilh promptnesst. XVe
    "tratcr at Chattaboochie
    SIX devoted erelusiee/if same days, 10 o'clock. I'. M., in would also particilaily call the
    to the attention
    HOUSE If XVilliitn legal of Prin
    1.f., present bit accounts and voucher Honorable' against Ihe United State, for the attentive Laving an entire new set ol
    to the
    Contaioin( each Wt acm; and known and des QUINCY FLORIDA.WE ChattahoochieXVednesdaysand I moulds
    prosecution which at I, P. M., by which ,..er
    '... nib by tH nuniWrr.rtdini5 to the original ur- have leased fora term of yean (hat discharged Jiidzeof Probate a. Administrator of Jefferson of County and ask to be in XVashinston. arrangements have been made arrive at Quincy same days o'clock.: P. M. Fare, tact article. XVe are also Agents enabled( fnr to Ihe furnish sale of a per IASapi..r.
    H rtfiJd said estate. 00.
    rn eb"Aa Surtryor. lare and commodious C'flablilhm DI March 13. l -47. $2 T. D. WILSON, XX'asbington and Smith
    AU ."e de cribni lot,* o Lir>d situated, lyin formeilv known Armstead's Hotel and._ July! 17, 1S47. 52 Cm 34 'Proprietor. together with Chases Cases PRESSES, which
    ; aadb inin tbeenonly 01 Wakolli.on the ,nit recently the Mar.halllloue. and will I N. B. Private conveyance can Lc hilore. Ink and COI.J'CSingh..r.-
    have rrocurcd at ,
    it open DR. J. REESE'S any every other article ,ird in ike
    Notice.SIX I re<
    ite of the Wakah: River, being a portion of what (or the receptionotboardeisan1 j
    visitoron Printing business will
    the time.November be
    i. kf..n., FortxV I'urchaw and I ,it upon irikt. The ;proprietors pledge themselves J5th I LIVER & DYSPEPTIC months after date I shall final r, IS.JJG ed at kej>t on hand,and furnwk-

    : a .,. !.._. .._ ..___ __ ___. that. no- MEDICINE..__ ___ present my ac- m manufacturer's price
    the property ( Company. ..;.. ...11. ....1 .L. and vouchers
    f \pabchiol ; .I' .IIa ltu'lr pan 10 rf'Cell'e and entertain n I to the lion. Judge of Probate Edirors and Print.r.; .. :..t..:... t..., ........1.1.. _. ____
    -- .
    a:.) wil b old .1Ii''heir and County Tax in a profr manner all who may feel diJp 1IJf'd TERSOXS of feeble cnllilullon. and (hose of scJL in and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a DR. J. S. BOND paper or Job Printing Office- will be furnished.13. 'wirfc 11""II

    lor county \a "lh. for the rear 1SI" to favor them with heir patronage. The table wiil dentary habits are often I troubled with habitualo I discharge Administrator of the estate of Abram ; an in derail forlbe
    AIIIJ\II 5lMriOanJ his professional i services to the citizens estimate saB>',by dating the size
    HALL. rurnifhcd with the) bUI the maiket and ii* nc.*, vttiirh cltrn rxerts a very unfavorable Grant ham, late of said countv.decea etl.XVILLIAM OFFERS of the the

    I er-offlrio Tax Collector XVakulla Co. country can afford and the bar with the artUcent choicest influence upon; Iheirgenerj'i h.'alih, which is particularly GORMAN. Office e and Ihe surrounding country. work to paper be executed.2r particular. style and quantity of

    October KM.17. It W inw. Li ,Iw.n ar.d Cyai, In fchort. no exertion manifested 1 ly irregularity, i if, not total loss of MonJicello. September !< 1S47. 9 Cm May2.1S-7.at Col. Fishers Hotel. tn-. The r r/Je'ors of
    will I- war.ima to appetite. In this condition 45 ICU.t newspapers who will "b-
    render their of the
    House one of the "yfct<'m. I his article lists I this advertisement six
    Spanish very 111'4 in the Sl.de i< confidently months.and end a paper
    Regaa. lur Cnmart. recommended with the Itt
    Coffee. office
    convenience and 'l\r..r.ct our ill
    good livin that if the d.se i it fi. MAIL LINE weekly ? > paid for me ad v rt_.
    : '0 000 JS ei\'d I per Brig Lucy, and properly adjusted! w as not to OfBAGS OLD JAVA I mf'nl by rOrt'haJing six limn the amount of advertising .
    .. by McMILLAN & BIZZELL. move the bowels too actively, relief ma be relied xwt5U do. Rio _--".. 1LIk_. bill in Tpe.

    L. & GRECNBERG &CO.OIOMr Quiincy Oclo'.Jcr 10. 1Sf?. J3' 3m upon without any cr even the least annleasaut consequences 0', _.,_ do.. .
    '1 yv. GmF.' ok CO.
    &Ht'ulra tJo.
    J.III. IS Notice. medicine resulting usually from resorted(the use to.of common purgative Just received and for sale by Jone 2J. b 17.t! Cm 1'7 Conal St.Row.

    ,1 Dr. J. H. Scales, months after.late, I shall Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the Sept. IS, 1S47. y LLOYD FLACO. Boot ,
    SIX present ray accounts preventive properties of this medicine and'Shoe
    L. by using it on Ma1ng.Tj1llEunsersinedbuingpurcbaaeJt.
    WJ vofKlnrr to the lion.
    e.. SURGEGOX DENTIST Judge of Probates of Ihe first intimation cf an DR. ('. II.
    approachingaltack. Thereare BUNTING From Tallahassee to
    '. "I TTILL be found at hi* old Room* at J. L.. DemIV ?]. Jertor on county, and. apply for letters of dimniinion some constitutions liab.'e to regular attacks of Macon. the

    I. )y'. Boarding House durin the fall and M inter as AdminiAfratur on the estate' of Henry }Feldberz Billions Fever almost! every fall ; to such (the Ute of SURGEON DENTIST, Tl rous. in forly-heo horns from Tallahattte to .i- RCH"- en'ire: who stock and roateiials of LOAX
    late cf Jefferson -P. about
    mn'lh.. unle when professionally en"JSed.Jr. .- county deceased. Ibis medicine is nconiiner.ded, beginning to Ute it HAVING permanently located in Quinry.norida. Macon, and to Charleston in three days, inlorms M leaving the State

    S. bavinz just received a lar; supply o fall HENRY GREEXBERG Adm'r. by the middle of May cr first of June. I : tender his services to the public in time!. take the Mail Boats on respectfully bill friends and rhar
    f kirw. Ortobyrlfi,1 17. 13 Cm "n the ..,4n,,. K, nV .. ...... .* ..._ public mat he is at present at tie old stand wber
    rf material appertaining to hi. profeion. i i. now ThoiU whose dtVMtiro- ,.....-.. .... f._"'- AI'A __ P"U"A_ '.r.... ...f...*">. rnlD1 IT L P': *(t0n/i mcjonrin aoy. he i.
    '' cu 'A'rerieJ'c prepared to
    rrepared to perform any cperotion with ncatncM and a sense of (fuHneii" XTcighVa"nd"op"pr:sion experience and success in practice, he feels assuredof THE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Monday promptness and execute all work M his line wrf*

    ; despatch o the tnrwt approved plans. Notice about the stomach Inn eating will find this m October( 1C I&47. 13 cine afford almost immediate Dr. B. rer.rslhe public to and arrive in Maconvia wfs Of material, oil will
    hereby given to all persona interested that sis relief. I Quincy, Bainbiidge, New m.ke.1 abort notice .
    IS months after dateI shall:. present final, Ladies near their confinement often' safer from Col. W. T. STOCXTO*, Dr. J. M. W. DATJBSOH look Albany. Am ricull. and Perry) on Tuesday,' TT pura!' BOOTS! *and" rfwhf.'tt "aer. GE..

    Groceries, &c. and vouchers to the lion. Judge of my Probate account in and heartburn and costiveness: t. wh.lhis article is Gen. C. H. DCFOJIT, Dr. R. E. LITTI.E. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M., in hone Bool. .AND I SHOES 'ftl'j descrin-
    Xerey. highly recommended it Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies wailed time for the for Savannah 5Kt"d> Id-and otherwise repaired I.
    1 KERrEYS. fur the County of Jefferson and apply for a discharge as ran be ued without Ibe Leaving Macon on good ,. and.t reasonable
    1 X as the Administrator of the least danger and with great benefit. In sick .,on at their residence as usual. Mondays \Vrdnf'S .. and Fridays at 4 .'dock. rant charge He will war-
    0 c*** of Ru* ctt a fine article, estate of Anna Brooks or aerr- A n work to be equal to done in the
    "D. OUt headache it is valuable. September 11.1847.8 M..and arriving Tallahassee any place.
    Underwood's P late of sid County, en TowAv Thurs and to give a.
    u c1lt. t deceased.JAMES This article will be found(. days, and Salnrdav at 10 o'clock. P. M_ ..good .atkrfaelioo as to fitting as ,.j
    Pickled R. ROOKS act as a plesant cordial Nntl, ,_ Th; Ii"; OU.lfF----- n.ftrlr._.___..
    '4 t'l Prepared Cocoa, Jefferson County, Oct. 30, IM1. 15 Cm and Ionic.. r'.lnrinr>n.-lit.; ._J ., ,,. connects with the Central Rail Road.Savannah, Augusta. :

    4C11J.. same time (fulfilling everjintsntioh thai the common SIX months after date:shall i present my accounts Milledgerine and Western Rail Road to Co- 1tbI8.,147. 42 C JOHN LERCH.tf .
    L- jt'arut
    Pepper Saoce, Fancy Goods. purgatives are intended to effect. Jl purely sgetable voucher te the lion. Judge of Probate in It mbus. Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line -

    Mustard, (very ) and; when used according to Ibe directions and (or the Count, of.Jefferson, and apply for a discharge from Quincy to Chattahoocbie and thence to Apa N'. W.ConmifufcB

    }'. White Wine njrior. C1 : P.DE SOlE Black Cro. de RJiine will be found invaluable article especially 'lo those a* Administrator de bonu non of the estate lachicola. Passengers san gn from Tallahassee to MARTIN

    Lamp Oil, Linseed ditto, Satin and Embroidered Mouslin de La.ie,. afflicted' with Dyspepsia, Derangement the Liver of Everett WhiteUte of said Conty,deceased. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be lid Fonririiij Irrdiil
    .,. striped' Cashmeres, plaid spun Silks or General spent on the road between-
    t Young Hyson 'Fsa (very fine.) T. BEATTY. Tallahassee and Hscon. 104 Poydras street
    V GunpowtaW do. Clack ditto Gil bam.p Tat tar Plaids, Prepared by Doctor J. Re'eaeCrtn, Pike county' Monlicello July 3.1847. SO Cm The public easy rest essute-d that every attention will NEW.
    :.: t'. Now .receiriaz per Brig Newcastle from Do ion. Scarfs and Cravats, Egyptian and Regency Lace Georgia and for tal. by appointment at be paid to lb. comfort of those who may patronize R L EA N5., L.
    ColUri,trimmed and untrimmed. BuYING. SELLING RECEIVING AND ros.
    GEO. H. MEGINNiSS. E BARNARD. Jr'.., Negro Clothing. this Line.
    Linen Cam. Hdkfs. French Kid Gloves 5, attended to with prompllM'

    Oetobtr 30, 1847. 15 Q Ladies and Misses spun Silk Gloves DANIEL LADD Drug Store N.\yort.Tallahassee. 50 PIECES JC erseys. SO do. Plain. 90 do. Lin- From Tallahassee to FARE Qnincy$3: 50 to mxrcBs TO

    and Twine : Gentlemen printed L C. Hdkfs., a new article, Monllcello : eeji,3 bale Lowell o.Daburp. ViriDiadn., $3 ; to Aibsa,.$II.and to Macon $22.; Bainbridje, J:.o- r.ABCTw. L.U"AII i Bau.
    fligglng A.
    Do. Scarf. *n4 Cravats, 5 bales 4-4 Domestic 5 do.705 Domestic3do 3-4 WRlGHT DbTWJC X. S. 8- &sszv.
    .'. rectired Smtherner ( New Or. Now QUiDCI' ,>do.,*10 bales Negro blankets 3 I I Ik SAWYER. Proprietors. December 51940. .
    Just per Schr. rum I receiving per Bugs Csrrjl I and Emetine and HARDY BRYAN case Negro shoes By JOHN M. TARN. 20. -a
    *. GEO. 1L 11E INiISS. (or ule low by GEO. wool bats and 1Jaat received and Agent.
    11. MEGINN1SS. 1 for isle I
    0 S \ Aunt fee Thomas cowsty" ,Georgia. by (&: Office at the Planter' Hotel Tallahassee 'XnST ,
    October 30.-1S47. 15 61 October 30,1S47.. IS Ct 4 )hl 2). I5-U. 44I S. F. BURNEY. E.JJAtLEY.A ent ; at Mai.NATHANS in ty A a's BALX\X 01WILD CHERRY fcr
    QUiD ttale by.
    Seplct&Ur IS 17. 10 I' LEWIS&AILS.
    July 17 1841. K '
    iI February 20. 1847. 91


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