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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: January 1, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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o ;!--w". .. iII'f C...,.. .. Tho for each inwh'ch A (pn.miuee of Messrs. McMillan\ and Priest :3 o'ctOCK, P. )I. .: ia'1, &
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. rt'tI;. 1-- u _____ courti, are he'd. was appointed lo inform the House that the SelJ:1teVas now readyto The Wlou-ing; communication was transmitted to his Excellency .. .-. t; : t
011 IJUtLv 'I'fltRiliAY, December :HO, 'H7.. -- ----=No ;>l .IaNo- : daApjuon- -- t for\"w'n'' '.- :-==- ( :='fout== go Into the election Register Public Lands, and Clerk of the the Governor : : t. '

III "tl'4 1,1: The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.! Cojtie 'I':C.-ir: ,l Jur |,IV t Jury ..C.anlJiiiys ; .I'e.t .Irr lorll_ \nlflullt Superior Court, who reported said! duty performed.A Sr. \Tr. CnMnrn: Dec. ;80? 1817. : : .. f"
Ihaftlf! Rev. :Mr. Choice ofiiciatpd as Chaplain.' E"'rntHI,':! --- ," I 1-2:! 120S.int.i ) .jSS 409 Committee from the House informed the Senate that: the House To hit Ercrllfcy (;m"C'r1llJr of Floriila : 6. _.

. .V quorum heinz; present, on motion of :Mr.\ Traccj, the reading of : : Rosa: n; 8 !HO)() 10i! 2'2 I was! now ready: to proceed with said! elcctions.i SIR : I hereivith transmit, f for; the approval; : of your Excellency.: : :
CI7.: r rrt"I' l> Journal was pcnsrd' with. WaltonWashington. G 8 DO 102 2'2! i Whereupon Senate proceeded to the House! and upon the : Resolutions in relation: to the Wihnot Protiso," passed by the !I"" ., : 'I. ,

*" tilt The following menage! was: received from the House of Representatives ; 2 41G 30( 9th 126 invitation of the Speaker, the President took the Chair. Houses of the General Assembly, and signed i by the presiding olu .I. .. f-

. !: ,''', ; ami read : Jackson, 120 ::3I 501 The President declared that, inasmuch as Mr. Hogue had on yesterday I cers thereof Hy order of the Senate. ,

" I Hovsn UrrnK:>TATins, December 29tli, 1817.JfanoraoJe ( 'alhutiii! 4 4 (10(;() !tr 136 received a mijority.of: all the qualified members of the Gene. Very rospectfiillv, :' '. : ,':
"tPc.l r! P,t (lcllt o1 the .Senate: TranklinCadMien 8 12 120 28 408 ral Assembly!! be wasduhy elected Clerk of the Supreme Court. C. "V.:1)OWNISG ; .

i-tr,.. SIRThe Hou,'e las adopted(! the fullowlnp! relatite to the! subject Total \'fstern\ Circuit, 2.I(;(; Whereupon: r. Sanderson appealed from the decision of the Secretary Senate .'
" .,"I'. for the special consideration of which the joint Assembly this I I Ii for = Chair. and the yeas and nays were caled! for by Messrs. Forwardand Th'i Senate! proceeded with the orders. ;. { ,.
! !::!, day adjourned : i : 8 J 12! 120:! 2 9 411() Blackburn, and were : Kngrosscd; !'! bill ('ntitlrd.n! act to organize a school for the cduca.: ;: ..
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., ..'.' lion of this State requjrnH,, a concurrent vote of )both I ll louses< of ihe WakuU.iJflflTMIII: .1 8 f.n) 102 252) hers of House-17. Tota-21.! third time, and on the question} of i its pa: sa!je, the yeas and nays were : .i: 't.
''i General Assembly, or when it requires a joint vote, of both hollIes 0 12 120 23: .108 Nays-Messrs. Avery, Austin, Costin, Farbanki; :Moseley\ Priest, Yeas-Mr. President!' Messrs. very, Burritf, Costin, Floyd I.. ri. .

1 '..) of the (;t'nt'ral.t.mbl. )", then, and in Midi an event, there !'>houldbe Madison 0 12: !1(0( 288 38 Sanderson, Smith, Tabor, Watts-10. Members of House-20. mer, McMillan, Moseley, Priest, Sanderson) Smith, Tabor, Tracry : .

.C-iU.. ,\ I a majority: of all!! tho..e whu arc rpaliried) as Senators! and Representatives Hamilton: 4 6 j rio 1-11 201 Total-30. \Yatl -l". .-. .! r ..
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, /:1ti to constitute; a choice, I leaving out of the number any that ToTal for Middle Circuit, i2,1o6 So the decision of the Chair was not sustained. Nays-None. ?, "I".f

,-, may: have died, resigned, or obtained! Ic-ive absence for the balance Orange; and St. Lticic 4 4 GO no) IG:; Whereupon ihe General Assembly proceeded to vote a second So the: bill passed-title as stated. : .. {
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,1lIi.il'\ tim!". and the result follows '.
rf the 5cs'ion. :Marion:, (j:3! 00 l'J2J)2 282Alaehiia was as :- Ordered that the same be certified to the House. .s- :'
i'', I : 2. Rcsolcrd, As the further !ense of this! Houso! that, when the } and Levy 6 J 8 !111)>() J !) 22 For JInzne Mr.I )President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lori- The following communication from his Excellency tho Governor .s. 'II r
. ./;.. Constitution or the' J.i\v: req'iirins; a joint vote( of (the fJeneral As- ( "JtIll;ltJ! :1. 8 8 120 192 812Nisitt mor, McMillan: :Moseley, Sanderson, Traeey, 'atts-l0.. Mem. was: received i and read I :; .: t
. stroLl, then, and in that event a majority (,f a quorum of those Senalors : 4 4 <;it o) !J IO 156lttval ; ben of the I House-20. Total-:50. 1sEcvrivi. DF.P.\RTJU: l '. ", J,:, .
;' and who have. is For Vary-Messrs. Cosfin, Fairbanks Priest Smith Ta. December ; ; 't.-
Representative qualified only necessary to a ) 1 H 8 120() 102!I :812St. Floyd, 30( 1S47. S *
" I choice, leaving; out of the computation: any that may have died, n'. Johns: 3 8 120: ( l'J2Circuit 8127hifor bor-G. Members of House-17. '1'otal-23.) (rcn'Jemcn! of the Senate .... '", l
!'I''.. ''SilPnt'd or obtained Il'aof absence for the balance: of the (SeSSIOn. The President! declared M I Rogue uly elected Clerk of the Supreme and of the limn of! Repreien'attrct : "1 r..1 5
I .!II Which is ordered to be certified the Senate.Verv : Lascrn! 81.812! Couit. I have the honor to submit, for your advice and consent, the lbl .t: '.: i
'\\ ..' respectfully' \ H"'ltt'1l 6 j G j !00 1 mlit 'II Nominations being in order fjr Register of Public Lands of the lowing: nominations : :: : ,

'l'alj W. B. LANCASTER, I r ilh.l04.lrulIh 0 G SIn) jili.T.1: t ti State of Florida, Perry (G. Wall, Judge of Probates for the County Tienton. _i :' ;, !.
Clerk House Representation Mtuiroo 0 0 1)0) 141 : ;Mr. Bryan nominated! John Benrd. Charles! S. Tom'inson' Ilenjimin Ellison, \Vm. G. Porter, James '...; .' :. j jIi.
::;..: On the question to concnr in said resolutions! ;, the yeas and! nays Dado 0 (0) (00 000() (Ol'O I( Mr. Collins noinina'ed Edward I Houston.! Barber, and William A. Kain Commissioners of Pilotage f furl ho : : "

!, \ ere called for by Me'-sr FIord and Taborand were : Total for Km1!hern Circuit, 702 The vote was as follows! : harbor and waters Apalachicola! I Bay.{ ..' ,. '
..h.: Yeai-:Mr.\ President, Messrs.: Lorimcr and( 1'racey-L: ( :Jimi Tolil. $;,05G Yurlloviton-Mr. President! Mcssr Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lori A. :M. Hobby, Port Warden for the port of St. Marks. ., : ;' s.K -''I

'flet.C :Xa} -:Mcssr\ *!'. Aifry, Austin, I.urrilt Costin, Fairbanks! Floyd, :\;. P. P.KMIS, CGmpln"cr.! mer, McMillan, Sand?rson, Tracey-8. Members of the House- I I.'ansoa Kelly, Sr., John Campbell Hol>'l. A. Mitchell, William .: i. ',;': 1
McMillan: ;\\Io eler. PH'-st, San
art' _Srt_ iK. <_'! _S4'nlrf"_ :_.' _r'fircC'(1;_ lo concur. what: increase taxation is necessary: any For 1f'f1rdIJ'5rs.! Costin. Fairbanks Floyd, Mo!eley, Priest, for the port of Pensacola. ?, :.' Tl-,

;, ;Mr. Sanderson fi/r./ >rllllle fi.Huwing; resolution : Your Committee would" remark: that, it appears from the loiegoing; Smith, Taborra'lsS.. Members of House-20. Total-29. Aaron Smith, Auctioneer for the County of Lery. ..4 :.
> \\'JlERF..'!', It is important: the! there should! I IH' a uniformity of con. estimate, that ahoulthe sum of $'12,000() will be required' to defray; So there was no election. Michael Usina and Francis P. Ferreira, A'Jctlonet'rs fdf St. John I' r' :''.
.'i.AI rtruction for .future guidance and action of the two Houses; of the! County. ;.: :T:
: the expenses of the State;: (;foicinmnit for the year HIS' and that SECOND; VOTI (:. .
I General Assembly! in allonges (,election' : : by said bodies : therefore, the ofassesInidflt will I R. II. t'rrAuction'er for the! County of Leon. .:,: : '; ; .
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(19, present rates not bring over the nelt sum of For li01If'Jn-rr. President. ;Messrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lorimer .. ;
Be it Rcsolird, As the sense ol (the (;l'nt'mlsst'lI1hlr.that when Mathew Knight i Thomas W. Jones, Benjamin Wilson, andChas. ;: : t" :
I.' : 12.000, I leaving: a deficitf! $ O.OO.() Ifit is the intention of the McMil'an' Sanderson, Traeey-8. :Members of House! -1C. ,
;...: the Constitution of the Slate requiries a concurrent vote of both Legislature: to raise the means of paiingthc: amount appropriated, it Total-I. Dt'watlucliolleers:; far I lh,* County of Duval. i.," ;; '$ :
Houses of the (;lencral A! "'embly, then, and in that event, there iseiident that it will increase in the ofta.tion. (;1'0. G. Pattison, C. 1'. Krnpp[ W. IJ. }Davis.) J. G. Michalloftki: .,P ,. ,
.. require} an : present! rate : : For JrardIcssrs. Costin, Fairbanks;) : Flo "d. Moselcy, Priest t.
should be a majority: of all the Senators and Representatives: ell'cllo ) I). Davidson) Geo. "'. IJarklpy! Alexander! McVoy, Francis de l.i ,
( The expenses c.flastvear t were $:)::.000() and the payment of Smith, Tabor' Wa"!*-9. Members\[ of House-21.! '1'otal-. 7- ,,
. constitute a choice ; and that when the Constitution of the State requires the Jurors :and Compilation! of the Laws, which will fall: within the So there was no elect ion. Rua, H. I F. Magee, Ilithall (;. Hell James Gonzalez: Joseph Juig-; .. !
ajoint ,tote then, and in such event, there should be a majority : I present i ear.: gives the increased. expenditure. The exemption or gles! Auctioneers for the County of Escamhia.Emanual '.
I. of all the Senators and Representatives present, provided there is many! articles from taxation, throws a greater burden upon other ar. THIRD vO"rI\G.: : Forham: (of 'mtOJJlIctioneer l for tho County of Santa :.: : ..

t. a majority of each body present. tides!' taxed.: Upon the adoption; and earning into effect of an ad For 7/oHT'o/i-Mr. Pre$i'l'nt.: Messrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lori. Rosa. *t ;.;. t.
.. Which received, and ordered to be placed' : the orders McMillan% Sanderson ;Members of House 10. '. I
C' were among \alorem s\vtem. it is believed! the taxation may be reduced by' the mer 'I'racey-S. Very respectfully .: .
I. cf the day. 'Total-21. W. I). IviOSELEY. .
) greater and more general eqtuli/ation' of taxation. In order to meet ''O
:: r ;Mr.\ Uurritt moved the following! : the necessary expenses' of the current year, our Committee report j I For Heard-Messrs. Co,>fin. Fairbanks.! Floyd, Mo' 'eley, Priest, The nominations contained in said communication weic advised .. I'. '

'., Mr. liurritt motes that the Senate: communicate to the House ofRepresentatiies the follow" 'ing; table (such' auniformi, : ncreaseupon the pre.se ul (taxable: I Smith: Tabor, Watts! -c :Members oldie House-21. '1'otal-O. and consented tol.ythe t Senate. : '.t .1
IC'I' its readiness to wait upon that body, at any hour of l'fCll'l'rtyof' the Slate as will present the smallest burden, npo-i anyone .''o iH'roas; no election.Mr. A committee: frori the House informed the Senate that the Hoiis. t .

., (bin day which may suit its! convenience, to proceed in the election ofa class! of tax payer' *, while it will bring near the amount requited, I : Sliek'on: moved to postpone the election indefinitely. was ready to proceed with the election of Register; [ of Public' Land. :: '. 'A,

J Clerk of the Suprern% Court ( this( State, and Regi: :Jerof the I'ub- anl: it i is hoped I by an economical management: ; and careful husbandinj | Which rnoioa: was lost. whereupon the Senate proceeded to the Hall of Representative's: ,fl; f ,.:r ., ;
:. lie Land, and which election was suspended on yesterday.Which Mr. Aus.in moved to postpone the clec'ion unilTuesdaynezt, at that .. &
of purpose. ;
the State;
: ;; our resources: : ; may come out at the cud of the ; I ITnmTIE
was adopted I. and the, I House informed by a committee con. year, with all its )liabilities: satisfied.TAAILI 12 u'c1cr11.; :\ On which the yeas and nays were called for by : T'( "OTI G. .!;. 4
" Aii' eisting of :Messrs.\ rairbanks ;Moseley, and Costin. 31ecrs. Blackbu'ii! and Bryan; and were : .
: Srr<'n.s: OF PROPERTY: AM AMOUNT: wHUH WILL HE For ]Io'ivfon-)lr. President,J/essrs. A very, Austin/ Durrilt, Lor '.: .. .
;Mr.\ Tabor ottered tin" following resolution : Y,3slr. President, Messrs. A ustin. I'urri't: Lorimer, McMillan:\ .
y iiu.i7i.n: : rrov TIIC VMOTAT: I'TUItNI3): : rOle 1517. imer, J/cJ/illan, Sanderson, Traeey-3. Members: of Hou'e-17? :' !. .'
\ Resolved, That this Gl"nl'ralssellllly, (the House of Representatives Wa'ts-G. ;Members of the House-9. Total-15.NaiR :;. .. .-
,p concurrin .) adjourn ine lie on the Cth. day; January: 1 ,49. ltnncf Taxa.'inn. Jmovnt rrttirnril for I I"J7. ",-Messrs.! Avery, Costin, Fairbanks: Flo"dlosf'ley;\ Priest t, Total-2.;). 'S.I'on C
;Moneat Intirct f J4tJs2. at -'" cts. on each $100, willffff.JUI' Heard-Messrs. Costin, Fairbanks. Floyd, J/oseley, Priest, : .j .'
Which was read: the first time, and ordered for a second reading ..Si.iif. ,_ __> I't-:0 Sandeison: Smith, Tabor, Traeey-10. Members of tho House- Smith Tabor, Wattgicmhers ot House-20. Total-29. :. 4 ..
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tomorrow.A 1 Hank : II 23. Total--39.
A'I.. to'k. fxO,2"SMfniaiit ;! 1.7U2: :3 .' .
So there election. .
committee from the House informed the Senate that the Housewas ; Stock in trade: S<.r ,"'>,o'> 2/)07) ff So the Gene-a! Assembly! refused to adjourn tho election until I was no e : 4ForIzrEr.YcrIt 4-
ul ready to proceed with the election of Register of Public Lands (Ominis-ion:. : II.l, ,,s.!," ". .". 207;!! IX) Tuesday next, at 12 o'cluck.f'orr.TH. ,"OTI O. : \ : _
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and Clerk of the Supreme Court vi IOn) as the Senate should be .. .. .. VOTI G. ,
To -n < !*. .IO'\fI" "!1 :5.2:; !''H;! u. For 77LT.'oi-Mr. President, Messrs. Uurrilf Lon : ,
.herrustin,
pleased to proceed therewith.Mr. Value ol :Saw\ :\Mills; lU3.tr"i> II 'I :!!.17 S. I For J[>..irim-Mr. President! Messrs. AveiAustin, Burritt, Lor- .- r
toJl t the resolution which read the} .' ,t \\VLann II a met, McMHlan, Sanderson, Traeey-S. Members of House-17. "'. r 4.'I'otai23. 4.
Floyd presented following was c IDT.O.I; :! ) 4It) O'i: ime-, McMillan, Sanderson, Traeey-8. Members of House-1C.
I first time. m.lTJ: :! 1 Slato, areraco! t".IluJOI), at 2i: cM. per Sl tflf'. 2 1.wore) TO'fI-1 t. ; ,ft.For
."r;,I';t cattle: of resident over If liojil, Jllicentrh<< '!1-t (N) JtcarJ-Messrs.' Costin, Fairbanks, Flojd. JJ/bseley, Priesf.
Resolved by tlc of tJf General Assembly of the Slate of Coslin Fairbanks : f
For Jrarrl-Jlessrs. )
Senate .. Floyd. Moseley, Priest, ,
: :5.--75; : ('aliI" fI.m.rl..idf'fllj, a' Jib cciitstacb, 3-i; lit: Smith: Tabor Watts 8. Members ofllouse-20. .
!:: Florida, That the important public services of :Major\ General icha- 5-t: t (;.il.l U'jlclm, at 4-Ji! cents each :Ml &,> Smith, Tabor, Watt!'-9. Members of House21.. Total!-29. So there election.- Total-23. .. > ..
ry Taylor his admitted ability and "strict integrity, his elevated position i- V>7 Silver \\'atrhts! at :Tfl. rents: trach 2"!'.' f,SlIt So (t'lerc! was: no election.Mr. was no :': .I _
, in the confidence, of the American people' his republican habits rate Land.. 2l':','xvt atrt, at J li cent |' rafre... :3,123: : 7*. : :Mitche'l\ of Jackson, moved to postpone the election indefinitely. FIFTEENTh VOTIXC.Yor ..'. '
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and manners and his in.lependent relation to'the two great political ::J .. .. 2.fi'-.1.i' ; : .. 1"1.. .. .. C'I"7.,1 Si"I J) Which motion was lost. Ifoucton-Jfr. Presidentlessr*. Avery, Austin, IJurritt J. Lori.mer .-.a-'. .,..
parties of the country, all point to IliI1:4t a time so critical as this, as 7.770Vhifp: :\hl", 1'.11 Tar, !rdlceni; ,.. :J. !'''1 0" nrni VOTINC.(: McMillan 1 Sanderson, 'Traeey*s.For : .
I the first choice of American people for the oilko of President of 1 |I'" ""H'et' t.f'''' ?J oil rt...) CJ() For Ifoiti'nn--Mr. President, :Messrs.\ Avery, Austin, Burritf, Lor- Brord-\Il'ssrs. Costin, Fairbanks, Floyd, Moseley, Priest rp .. I.. :. S '
II the United States. r, Hunk: .\f'nrw";: 2!tl' tut 1.0:)%) (ii homer, :McMillan.! Sanderson, TraceJ-3. ;Members\ of I House-1G.Ton' Smith, Tahor.ats_S. Members of House-20.! Total-23. : .I I, _I
Mr. Floyd moved that the rule be waived and! said resolution: reada I It 11I"'lr"wt: Az.r..lee; :XI IK) 1i) (5iSI -24. So there was no election.Mr. I .. -. r' fi ..
rult'u: !"lItHtJll'i 1iqiors, 2(1 fJI) 1.iw.ii; <(< t \ 'i ,.
second time. :Tavern atnl (Tin l k'c'"U! Iii 01' :NJ '"I For J'eard--Messrs. Cosn; Fairbanks: !' Floyd, Moseley, Priest, Hurritt) moved to adjourn the election until Jt/biiJay n(.f rf I T'1 'tr, i '
On which the jcas and nays: were called for by ;Messrs.\ ; Floul and I':: liars: and Krta<)raut 20 Wl 2io; Iji) Srni'h. Tabor, Watts-S. Membets of House 21. 1'otal-20. o'clock/ : ; .. .
. Costin and were : J'J: Ten Pin :"tIes. In fl) 1'lt lt(> :So; there was no election. Which motions: lost. :i; .' ." 4.
Yeas-Mr. PresifJentr:\ essr Avery, Costin, Floyd, :McMillan! I"' Hill-anl! Tubl.!<, 23 <*) 2V,> 4', S-XTH VOTI(;. Mr. A. E. .Maxwell moved that the election be indefinitely ad. )C'. &
1neneofI.awer- S' ,-'Wat: 2. c. per SlOrt: jo-, :-,7 _
Sanderson Tahor, Tr.1cf"J'ratrs9.. .. 1)'ct.r. ,H.If.I" Of Of lip:} For IFoutfon-M-. President, :Messrs. Avery, Austin!'; Burritf, Lorimer journed. /! :' :." :
:\ays-Messrs. Uurritt, Fairbanks! :Mosely\ Priest, Smith-;5. 1Veiti: .CotlO:1.c. 17,575 '. 41: !j.tt'irton : :McMillan, Sanderson) 'I'racey-8.. Members of the House- On which the yeas and nays: were called for by J/essrs. Burnt! *; :; l?.
So the Senate refused to waive the rule. T.i's. :! !iir "f'tl: 'i' 1.1 10. Tnlalt.For and Chain. and were : f ,, .., _
Ordered that said resol jtion be read a st'conc1tirnc. I'mand Korliiture" (Gh C'i; Mersrs. Costin! Fairbanks \ Priest Yeas Mes Averr. Costin. Fairbanks. ; t. '
KcasJ- ,}'loJ'dfosc! y, rs. Austin, I.nrimi.r.. #, -
In order to show the absolute of increase of rm'd. -----0 w ,
\ necessity taxation.we
i\ Mr.Watts,_ :. from the committee on taxation and revenue presented would call an : Smith, Tabor, Wa'ts-S. Jlembc: oMhe House-21. Total-29.ijo Jlfoseley, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, TaLr, Traeey, Watts-IS. -t ; .: .._: : "'
attention particularly: to the fict that the of .
the / expenses! ,
following repot : j tVie' was no clec'ion. Jlemhcr of the House-29. Total I-12. i. ,
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The Committee: fill Taxation: : : :and Revenue, who were instructedto the year IB 17 hate: exceeded the nett amount of taxes I by some Mr. 13miit: moved to adjourn: the election until Monday next, 12 Nays-Mr. President, :Messrs. Hurritt, McMillan-0. McmSere :.; : ';
810,000. Hut for the 113, it is to {fir; 5! .'
report the anionnt \\ hieh may b" realized from the taxes assessed year necessary provide an o'clock, M. of House-8. 'I'otah-hl. '. : i
under the laws and what amount will )be for t the expenditure approximate lo that of last year, with the additional expense : -: .
present necessary On which the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Allisonan So the election) was indefinitely adjourned. '. : J :
of Jurors added. that it is the desire
ing of
current of the 1SH. and \\hethl'r and what pa> IJelieving the
ally The Senate returned
expenses year I Costin. and were : having lo th ir chamber, proceeded with the ; i 1
people of this State to maintain its credit untarnished and ;; ;
amount of other or additional taxes: are requisite, beg leave respect to keep Yeas-Mr.I President, Jll'ssrs.lIstin.! Burritt Lorimer, :McMillan, orders of the day. .-. .'
out of debt, that bane of all bill .
fully lo R1POlt'I'That : new States\ie| present a to provide Traeey: \\'alts1.Ic'mherl; / of the House-15. 'I'otal-22.: ThE rule being waived, Mr. Mosely, from the Committee on Incrnal '. ; w\, .1
they have fully and carefully: examined the subject referred for the payment of this increased expenditure, and to prevent a S.ale; I J/essrs. Costin. Fail bank Priest ( allowed to introduce bill .
debt. Nay?- Avery, !? Floyd, J/oseley, Improvements, was a to bo 11-
to them, and from an examination ot'thc assessment rolls of the year S. L. HURKITT, Sande t son, Smith, Tahor-O. 3/embers of I House I 22. Tctal-31. An Act to facilitate the removal obstructions to the n\i entited.ati.n ot$ '.'' "

117, they find that, the amount' assessed!; for; that year was in llJd. JOHN M. SMITH, So (the General Assembly refused lo adjourn the election until !he Suwannee River, which was on motion, read the first time bits > ) ;: '. .
jog double! taxes, the sum of Sj 1,73: I.'30-that the amoums deductedfor G. It. FAIRBANKS, Monday net at 12 o'clock, M. litlE, and 75copies ordered toprmtrd.l ." & ..
,
insolvencies and overcharges including, the of assessingand J. P. SANDKRSON.: ; I .' .
expense resolutions in relation .
,4F.' tXTH: >OTI>0. Engrossed l 10 territory which may bo ac J : ;;
collecting, would reduce the amount which has b"cn, and will On motion of ;.Mr.\ Fairbanks! the reading of the report was dis. For 7oa7n-Mr.:' President, J/essrs. .Avery, Austin, Burritt, I ori. quired by the United States, were read a third' lime and passed. I.: ;; : .
probably be paid into\: the Treasury, to the! turn of about 811,000.-I ( penned with, and 100 copies of the bill accompanying it ordered to mer, McMillan\ Sanderson-7. Members of House-1G. Total 23. Engrossed resolutions in relation to draining the Everglades, were .. : : (

hat taking; the assessment of 1817 as our guide in estimating the be printed. For reard-'Ie' Costin, Fairbanks, Floyd, JUbseley, Priest, read the third time and passed. ., .:: '
amount which may be collected for the jcar ISIS' undes the rates Mr. Fairbanks! from .the committee on enrolled bills) reported Smith, Tabor Watts-9. Members of House-21. Total-29. House }bill entitled, .An Act to change the name of Sarah A. ; ;, 0 ..

taxation prescribed by existing laws, we can hardly estimate that resolution in relation to the Wilmot Proviso as correctly I enrolled. So:; there was no election. Holden! of Jackson county, lo that of Sarah A. Howell, was, Oli :' '. .. .".
the r.ett receipts will be an amount exceeding t ,tlUO. iMr. Mosely, from the committee on Internal Improvements, presented KICIITII VOTt G. motion, read the third time by its litlo, and on the Shall: th,* 4 ; '
The next point to which our attent'on: i isdiiectcd by the resolutionis !! the following report : For I'ollllonr. President. J/esgrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lori- bill pass ? (he yeas and nays were : qetion. ; t < w'

the probable expenditure for the support of the State (*o\crn- The Committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referredthe mer, McMillan, allllerson-7.. Members of House-10. Total-23. Yeas: : iMr. President'Messrs.. Arery, Austin, Rurritt, Costm, =. .. .r :
merit for the year'IS IS-upon which point Jour Committee submit (HMition of the owners of the steamer Glasgow and sundry citizensof For Heard M essrs. Costin, Fairbanks, Floyd, Moseley) Priest, Floyd. Lorimer, J/cMiilan, JToseley, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, Ta. ; ,. f :
the following: estimate, prepared b)" the Comptroller under a resolution the counties of Columbia and Madison: have had the same under Smith, Tabor, Watts-B. Members of House-:21. Total!-29. lion, Watts : 14. .1"

from the I louse of )Representatives-remarking( however, that consideration, and ask leave to submit the following So there was no election. Nays : None So the bill passed. Title as stated. ..: ;" J .. -.
we deem the et tiiiritc: for pat ing jurors as too low, but perhaps the XI:>TH VOTING. House bill cntitledn Act to dec'are Pitt man's Creek, in Walton \.J

general estimate is tcry nearly correct ; and remarking ,further that REPORT : For JLwulon-Mr. PresidentI: (' srs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lori county, a navigable stream, was read the third time, and on the ::.: :- 't =

the outstanding. balances:, : due (from the Sheriff for the year 1811, That in the opinion of the committee the removing of tho obs'ructions flier, McM iliac, S \nderson-7. Members of House-1G. Total- question, Shall thn bill pass? the yeas and nays were : ;: .. J '

are considered! sufficient I by the Comptroller to meet the' outstanding so as render (the Suwannce River navigable! is of great impor- 23. Yeas : Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Hurritt, Costin, Fairbanks, '" ; ;," ':
warrants issued prior! to ht Nov. H17. lance: to a large. : section\ of this State, and deserves the consideration" For Jrt1rJ-'le r'l.!' Costin: Fairbanks!' Floyd, Moseley, Priest, Lorimer! McJ/dlon, Priest i Smith., Tabor, Watts ? 11. 'ia--. .

Probable Expenditures for Fiscal Year 1818. of the (General; 1 Assembly.!'! This river, rendered naiig-ible; : duringall Smith, TaVu' Watts-8. Members of House-21. '1'otal29.So Nays : .Vessrs. .U'tl and Floyd : 2. .: !. S- JVl\
Estimated. amount outstanding, not audited. and which i.easonsofthe will aflord to the counties Columbia there was no election. So said passed. Title as stated. t.
lear Levy hi : 5"
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accrued .u house
prior te<> Fall Term, la 17, 81C3 arm a portion .uacnua on me ono Sloe, .uauison and Hamilton on TLNTII: \OTIM.:: entitled An act to amend an act to organize the Cir ; V 3
Legislative IJeparlmrllt.-Seuion of 45 !aJI- the other side within the limits of the State, and Thomis: Lowndes For Jlouston Mr. President, Messrs. Avery. Austin, Burritt, cuit Courts of the State of Florida, .S.. ,., ?

Pay of members clerks and other oificeis! $1 osao and Ware, of Georgia, permanent anc* valuable facilities for con.' Lorimer, McMillan, Sanderson, 1'r.J.crJ-8. Members of House- Was read the third lime, and on the question shall the bill pass 7* ; -4. 1

Printing for the session, i ,350:; vcing: their produce to market, and returning with their supplies. 14. Total-22. the yeas and nays were i : j. _
Contingent expenses, 350 This river maybe rendered navigable a distance of two hundred I For Heard Messrs.I Costin, Fairbanks, Fkytl,. Moseley\ Priest, tRS Messrs. Avery, Auslirf, Currilf, Lorimer, McMillan, Pries'!, >%* < <'
=1:1rO: :; miles into a valualsleportion of the State, being the largest riverand ; Smith, Tabor, Watts-9- Members\ of House-21. 1'otal-20. \Vatts-7. \ 5J

Executive Department.-Salary of ofTicers, 4,' 00 principal channel of commerce west of the St. Johns. An eflort Blank-1. So there was no election.Mr. Najs -Mr. President Messrs. Costin, Fairbanks. Floyd, :Moseley/ :- : ;? r.-'i _ _
Judicial It"JOrtmcnt.-Salar of four Judges. Attorney has been made during; the past: two or three years lo transport the i Avery moved lo adjourn the election! until :March 1st next, at Sanderson, Smith, Traeey-9. i _' _
General and four Solicitors) !),:JOO produce of the above-named counties through this river lo the Gulf : 12 O'CIOCkM.\ Which motion was lost. So said bill WHS: lost. f-ifif

.Mil ia. Krpcnscof.! -Salary of Adjt. & (Inspector Clen'l.:<< :500; but owing to the shoals. and other obstructions, this effort has been Mr. Burritt moved to adjourn the election until Monday next, at House bill entitled, An act for the relief of John Stone, t J:

Printing fates, tfc.; -Printing Laws and Reports ofSu. attended with so much delay, danger and difficulty, that large por. 10 o'clock. Which motion was: lost. Was read the second timo and referred to ihe committee on Claim I t I

preme Court, 1,000 tion of the inhabitants residing near said river! have been compelledto Mr. Lorimer moved adjourn the election until 3 o'clock. Which and Accounts.. -.5 i.i Jo1 .1._________
\ Supreme Court.-fl'ees nnd per diem of clerk, 8250 abandon it, and haul their produce and supplies a distance varying motion? was lost. t House bi entitled, An act flirthe relief of R. E. Jrlf 1,

Per diem of Sheriff and servant hire, 150 from thirty to one hundred and twenty miles. Your committee are ELEVENTH' VOTIJfO. was the second time and referred to the on (1aim'I _ _

Contingeut expenses, 300 fully opinion that if this communication was opened, at least $-100,. ,For Houston-Mr.! President Messrs. Avery, Austin, Borritt, Lor. : and Accounts. : ,. _ _
------- =700 000 worth produce and supplies would annually pass up and down imer, McMillan,Tracey--7. Members of House-10. 'l'otal-23. flouse bi entitled .An act for the relief of Craven G. Fife, t"

Thompson a Iiget of Ij '.' .-Pay.to Compiler, 2,500 this river. Again, the State has located on its banks and adjacent For Heard: lessrs. Costm, Fairbanks, Floyd, Moseley, Priest, Was the second t n and referred to the committee on Claim .

Eipcnse publishing:: and distributing i; U,500; thereto, a large portion valuable} ] lands, the value of which 'would Smith, Tabor, Watts-8. Members of Home-20, Total28.So and Accounts. I -- 1; ; t- __________
; =5,000 not only be greatly enhanced, but would much moro speedily find there was no elediod. House bill entitled An act making appropriations for the payment j .

**Jniff IuMic Lands.-Salary Register, 81,000 purchasers in consequence of the increased facilities for the trans. TWELFTH VOTING,/ of thn printing and binding of Thompson's Digest and finally dispose .j' -{ 4 '
Itaelling too portation of their produce to market. The committee therefore lug the
rt'of
expnscs, re. 1 _ _
Houston Mr. President Messrs. Austin Burritt
For ,
Avery,
Was the second time.
commend the
=1,300 passage: of a bill which they are preparing for the t
pur.
Crvai4 rosecutions and Contingent Expense of Courts, 13,000 pose of authorizing; James Tucker, William E. Becker, Denjamin Lorimer,,McMillan, Tracey-7. Members of House-1C. Total 23. Mr. Fairbanks: offered the following amendment j L1I1r

[It *. wggested that a specific; appropriation for each F. Scriven, and Edward B. Taylor to remove the obstructions in For Ikard-Messrs. Costin, Fairbanks, Floyd, Moseley, Priest, SEC. 3. Uc it further enacted That the said Seaenyof Stal, ;, t } IJ
coun.tjbe madCfjkccping the expense of criminals andcontingent said river, upon the (the terms imposed in said bill, and which bill the Smith, Tabor, ,Watts-8. Members of Honsc-20. TotL12S.So : shall furnish the Clerks'of tho Circuit Courts of rl peci"t coun. 4 e

expenses scjmrate: and distinct] committee abk leave introduce as noon HS completed. there was no election. ties of this State each with a copy of said Digest which shall be by t
On motion of Mr. Hag er, the election was adjourned until 3 o'- them kept for the use of the said Circuit Court
and shall be
ay$Jurors, 4t ono dollar per day, 7,100 WILLIAM P. MOSELEY, Chairman.E. deliver .
Contnge4 Fund 5,000 D. TRACEY, clock. : cd to their successor* in office, and upon failure no to deliver lh. '
'v. TABOR. Whereupon the Senate: having returned. to their Chamber, took a i irecsss I same to their 8ceMO in office, such Cleiks so fain shal ho fined

Total, 801=!GO W1' '- -*. received. ufttil 3 o'clock, by tire Judge of such Circuit; Court twice tho : Digest I t

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I views as to the rviN the system would inflict upon the lc-l -
1 Which wn Hilopini, iho amendment orderlo! be engrossed, and constitutional functions" cxclusirely! to such number as can be CODTC. Tij'PLOBlpIAN.; the country. The government ni' in operation a PicaytrAe.

lie bill ordered for a third reading to-m,)rruty.i niently tJl!jecteil to the purifying process of King Caucus. nearly thirty years before Congress undertook the THE DIFFClLT IX TiE ARMY J
i The undersigned, overwhelmed by the profound erudition;the co. 1S
Tbe
of The first difficulty
improvement babof : mer* stepsof among prominent '
:
"
reasoning, the splendid Rhetoric of the committee, and rebuked LZT Vt A LOlC ar e;score
gent --- made with caution. our to have .r e
: thesTjtrm were army appears lrn
Election of Judges Minority Report. = \tyal
bv their blushing Republican modesty. would bare shrunk from -: q1 ute a,

0 I.eavf l eing granted, Mr. Floyd, from the Judiciary Committee, such an unequal contest, but that he felt it to be his duty as an humble Saturday. January_1, 1848. sums were allowed. But pradully: more and more the ous orders a was of rcpp-sentrd.Gen. Scott War puMi.r I"n? S I
= was given-Congress relaxed its caution, applica- eLl
presented the I following minority report : Sentinel to sound the alarm to the people when ho saw King Count officers who reflecting Upon I
: The undersigned i one of the Committee on the Judiciary, to with his ruthless host t, casting lots for the spoils of anticipated vie. fr( r A MASS MEETING OF TiE DEMOCRAcr .- tidnsrapidly increased in number, until finally the were little said under
They betray
referred! certain resolutions r-tfcrod by himvif: and submitted. the Tuesday system was beginning to swallow up last aIQ'Jl1 no ttmpr-prbapr':
whom was torv.. Very respectfully held at Capitol, on should) of
\i b acerbity
of treasury money, when General .\cx or, with a say
hrch were reported upon I by a nnjnrily of the said; Committee some ROB. J. FLOYD. next at term o'clock P. M., for the .
tim since, asks J leave: to hue this his minority report spread uj>ou I rrcning the annual bold and firm purpose, interposed his vetoes to arrest GENERAL. ORDInS.o.3. J

the Journals of tho Senate. purpose of responding to message the monstrous e.il I the system had not been WAR Ihr.\T"t:! T. ADJ. GESI/S Urn 1f

I1F.POUT: : CITY FINANCES. of the President to the present Congress of the checked, it i U not hard to see that before this time 1VashingtonJan. 2$, 1847 Z t

United States. Addresses expected I the treasury would have been overwhelmed with the Ttif Allowing! regulation has been -; t
may b
The firM argument in the Report of the Committee i is based iron burthen it od. re ITeJWAH I
i heavy imp frouathe War
in other Department : 1is
TO THE CITIZENS OF TALLAHASSEE. from several l gentlemen residing partsof
ihe ucce'. and i>ciiln! <*** ot I lie Federal Judiciary. The historical argument i also very forcible in Ds

The 'ItJt"ri"u"ll 2 admits that the Judiciary Mste in of the t1. S. According to established usage, I herewith submit the Trt'a urtr'! the State. another point of view. From! the practice of ttt Washington, Jan.\RTME.TT.. l isn ist

Inc 1 llti1t'tltdr..in'} of those Sagesln 'framed it ; but be Ie. 4lh Quarterly Report for 1847 also a condensed Report of Receiptsand States and the Federal Government the rally The President of the :y, 11;' S
"flhc Federal Government; and that the 3 that the members of the Portrait Painting. during tniltc tat dirrt, IIi'
"tances : during
niesthat in the
', cum:n Expenditures years present that
of the the inference is unavoidablethat t C50 of
the advertisement of Mr. das republic, paragraph
We invite attention to the I i'l
o'"a tin!!t .' '.r. there is nch analogy as would alike recommendiheappiJsitioisof Council have been in otfice, \iz : For 1845, 1946, and 1847. It i lions for the 't'nera R L, i'I
another of the statesmen of tunen did not think it Army, I. tbhJLarcb,1825
column thc.t
be found in ;
RUSIILL, to ehtii
ih. sam prmncK or the same practice lo bo'/i./ will be seen by the last named report that 913,149 20 of the city toay on 1 I
; IJ'Cl'S.I I Mr. R. has established: himself for a the duty, or within the power, of Congress to improve and not included ainontkJ.
.nu very liifiire ani I extent of juri.diction that it was leemod debt has been paid oil during their administration. I also presenta piper. (
Jan
s>rv'o ;",.:,'r iijwtri the !rl.d'r,1: l JiHa S f
Itwrlfli.i: / //i., and,I the remains be wish Iikenes,Mul themselves or their frind-he I brooch :purpose. But ins'ead. of that. Congress Us i>'!rvance a a (J. fa
uflhe rc'peciiv" States, in : capacities, sexeral i 8-."i)9'J.!) I will also stale that the sum of$571 51)) to )
;:ate!r in their rcy.; rti,,' .'.mfij, capacities, should both panic 1 collected from the tax book of 1847.Respectfully. a good painter, and highly deserving the patronageof gave its consent, under art article of the Cor- era Regulations! be strictly enjoined urjoa !iIK .1

ijula ii the ajip-MiiTiiicn: of the !r"llrrai: JUI"S.41J"! by !rut'. your ob't Serv't the public. and warrants good likenesse, or no ,stitutiun which allow the States, v\ ith the consentof army. ,

range the Court was v"!ie.I with powrr to decide' cases in law andcqulti. JAMES K1RKSEY, Intendant. charge. He has a few specimen at his rooms which Congress first granted, to levy tonnage duties upon : Uy order of I lit Pre idtnf.Sinf'tl .
and the respectfully to tall and vessel trading in their harbors and riiers.fur the ( ) W. L. Jfarcy, bVcrclarr of Uar t
lietxvecn indii.ualtlll'n! and between sovereign States, public art i.uittl ezamMadUitu t
of those harbors and] risers, that The followii.g i i- the paragraph of the Gfn'eral
improving
ine. purpose
of this
in'Mo 'ctin
; conxenient el -
llirruli'ie as the moist ; purposeprotecting Fourth Quarters Report ending Dec. 31, 1847. I Regulations for I the 1
several of the should exercise that J
,
of tLe power. army Wished rge tI
the right ot intmi'l'ials' and the rights States as Seminary. Staf', tt
0
CITV TALLAMASSHK in ac't. with THOMAS BARVIRD'Tr.aSurer. I the 1st of .1Lirch,19'5, refrrn-d
or Those States laws accordingly-the ex afx
far the d it the right: to nominate the Judges was I passed ery I. Tc.
as Court can < -. -- Col. S. J. S'UCF. it will be seen by a notice in MO. Private letters :
who is the : of the : and -- -- -- pressed purpose of such \\, being to clear out, remove : or retMrU[ relatives!:
given to the President, IJepresentatixe People, I DK.js another column open this institution at .Midi-.i..o military marches and b
'Il
the r:::5it to confirm: ur reject such nomi.'iatioit: was conferred upon I 17. Geed monty o iff. Court llou.t, OD Monday Df it. The location u obttruction from, and improve their harbors, Iy mischievous: in tlcM J oj>erationsarefrpni nk iU
the States ; I &c. ; and it was in this way that such improvementswere n. and alw. t, jj, 5.'I
the Senators who represent respectively as Sovereign certificates and interest ; *
For
Oct. IS. amount a healthy oe,aud we learn there are a large cumber graceful I to t the
i male then instead of made the United army. They
being by are. therefore)
commuiiies.Iu ; cancelled 1201 67 of scholars already engaged. Col. S. is a graduate of strictly; and ,
of State the is dif. t States Government. not this a forcible trlilMtnj; any officer found 'iPr
very
regird the Judiciary a single case totally 19. change bills burned, 110 87 one of the celebrated in the United I of making such for

ferrnt. Here the jun diction o the Judge! i is more limited : it is 1.'<. 27. paid for stationery, 4 81 States, has had lot many vraii experience C.leg. iu teaching, nay, an irresistible argument to show that: those special report publication, \iL 1r 4
permission of
confined for the most part to the adjudication of causes lvtweea in. 27. costs of cases vs. city, 30 69 We who lived nearestjto, the time of framing our Constitution or placing the 4t
satisfaction.
and doubt will
we sot give geaeral his control that
Iitiduals; of tbe same community. That community therefore is 27. .4 covering wells and therefore knew more of its purpose beyond so it finds its way to 1t
expenses it 11 lie iateatioQ to make this institution p.rm the within month 1I
leaD atier
one the
alone or chiefly. intoiosted in the matter of an upright, learned and 20 and end,, were of opinion that the power to make press IUli: 1I I
3entad assistant teacher employed at ation of Ihe
wise Judiciary ; and in what in-inner they shall constitute the tribu- 27.U repairing cart, 3 00 : "il b internal improvements was in the States not in campaign to which it relates: ,itaj! 1
the iaacate of pupils may render it necessary. We be dismissed from the *'
)tai', is therefore! a question of mere expediency; as is admitted I by 2.. expenses of horse and Congress 1 ef.iCf" 1
hare dc.iie all mch
a to see By command of 1e
General
the Cornmi'.tee.: board of boy, 29 00 .rut iltlutio\ Mr. POLK further refers to the proceedings:, of the .1/ajor Scott
luilaincJ. (Signed) W. G.i I : :
'Ill Committee and die undersigned agree then, in one point ; u 2. clerk and marshal's 4th Convention "lic formed the Constitution, to show FHEl.J.\X. .AMI A.JjGe'nl,

}but llioysii}
preamble to his "llesuitnions! which give rise to the pimi and elojuent u 2. U Ii hire of boys, 52 iH A resolution to adjourn oa Thursday next, the give Congress the powers to carry on such a system IhQt'uTL: -* or Try. l/

I'oport: of the Committee, assigned among ether reasons in 2. for printing, C2 50 6th il.lat. hu been read twice ia lb Scaate. and of internal improvements u is now contemplated by Jlt.'xlct. Nor. 12, 1317. fcTLe

support of Ms propositions \the\ rap.lili!.if cube ''''! to select their 'a 27. com. for collecting! i to vrill probably pal this day. There i is j" co iJe. so many l leading men of the cour.tr*. Proposition attention of certain dicers c t M9 t

Judges. ():i this proposition the Committee, who arc both lawyers, marshal! and treasurer, 50 87 able builaew ;jo the Hovse, and we 4o.b if the re.. for that express object were voted ilown in the Con army i is re-called to tbe fore oin; regulation 1
evade the direct i issue, and ask whether I this ('the capabilityof which the? General.in-ChiM'ij rpsolvrd I en':
Adroitly 30. excess of sale of lot 105 elution wa that body to iljourn I early 1 vention. Why so5? Certainly for the reason; that to

the reo1e) ,) is any ffood reason for changing: the Constitution." refunded, 44 00 the Cth, oat we p.thlak; that the Legislature will c ttaicly they did not intend to give i such a powrr. Then, force' so 'tar as it may br in his power. I

and dexolxing uwn the eofJtihrcctly the right,) elect: ? In replyto U :10. burial of 2 paupers, 13 00 break up duiiag the count el' next "uk how can it b. exercised in the absence of constitutional -!I As yet but two echoes from home of the

this question, the undersigned would say : Yes! it is one very good 30. in exchange for certificates warrant brilliant operations of mr arms in this bas.a; .

reason, and, another, still better, is that the people are hwvt. And/ 99 04 Election Rt latn. 7 here are many other things in this message I have reached us ; the first in a New Orleans
ere the undersigned would tender the direct issue to the learned 31.Ii certificates and interest o : I I! and the second through a Tampico
will be inn by the proceedings cl the Legislature worthy of special notice, but which we have not I nevispa.
and eloquent Committee, whether tile people generally, (or the cancelled 015 19 I
time now to it able and conclusive per.It
give. a
that the uijority' in that body trade uo less I very
common people as they are son.ctimcs called by ii/t-comtnon gentlemen :31. scrip burned, 52 70 I I requires not a little charity to l believe that e
document and will be looked the democratic
hat l by
than on to remove -
tUcaplt
upon
,) arc not quite; as capable intellectually! and ni'ich more so U Tburaday the principal heroin of the scandalous 'letters
morally, than their very select agents iu the two ends of this Capitol ? 8466 69 62,302 42 from the 21ce o Register of Public LaD of tit party of .the country as embodying the true doc-! i alluded to did Mt write! them or specially)

And the undersigned calls upon thus? learned barristers and eloquent Sale the present lacumbat, Mal Jojt.f BCAHD tine on that subject. We cannot help admirin; the procure them to be written, and the i intelli.

expounders of Constitutional law, to plead, answer or demur to than whom a more gentlemanly, coarteous,5)stem. bold stand he has taken TLc\lh he knew full gent mini can be at no los in conjctjrin2: ike

thu issue tendered. Ca.1s17. atic, and cotipettnt public servant can bt found well that t was running against the prejudices and authors-.chief t!, partisan, and pet familiari.To .

Unusual alike and averse to the subtile tricks of special pleader, Good money, Feripf. within tie State. Hit only] tin is, that he is a dams interests cf many! who profess to belong to the same the honor ot the s service, the disease-pruriency 1 1ly 1s

lie is willing to give his adversaries a dianre to amend their plea, Oct. )I. Rr amount on hand from last quarter, 173 G4 1310 53 oeral-but even this, with a portion of that party, acLcol of f politics, yet he dir not oa that account of fime. not earned...cannot Laveseiz.

proxidis] ] they will allow him to file his answer, for be cannot but Dec. 29.! received for licenses this was lo hardly, tiJT.eltnt) to Indies them to dug the hesitate! to i'l a full end candid ex.res;ton to his ed upon Haifa! dozen "CJer( ) all of

think that, with all their learning and prudence, they have been betrayed quarter, 132 00 392 00 officer i charge. o the &.hol.'on and th sacred views. Hecu.Lttobe sustained. The true interests whom, it u belicTeu', belong presf'nt tnsme two

IIY sudden indignation into the utterance of sentiments which U O. ( received far taxes this qr. 161 01 490 G9 Fund.itself, iota. tie political arena, and thus holding of the country, and of the nocratic party, re- coteries..

one of them at least would! gladly recall. Do the 'goo I people'" )0.) certificates received for the up ttu important office u a reward for party quirt strict adherence to the Constitution: and a m False credit! mar. no doubt be obtained' at

rite Comrniitee ask, .uftbi" state, desire that: that high office, which good money on band this It'uic. There are those ttnotg the majority in the prevention tif waattfal 1 extriv-fir.ce, :as w&K in internal home, Lr_ such i.'e' 'pcable j puffins and

huUstbe la.incc: : of'.;ttMica; between man and man ; that looks to the day, 103 20 General Assembly who have attempted to do this, improvements as,in anything el malignant excision of other; but at the ei-

fountain of Internal Justice! fur; its guide ; and etjnat! in tile dispen- bet they hate not succeeded I yet, and vre have no pens of the just esteem and consideration: of

tilion. of human justice, the winJoin and ;
tIle sanction ,the Most High, rather than of run.: :for what it does THOMAS nAn AR}, Treasurer.: a it mist be to thereto; be thus defeated, their pro basing mOlt shamefully refund: to present tbe g:1- I their profession: ami the truth of history. Tie f

fclion.I: borow ihe ItIOQrtawJ foot ball of elect,ioiec ring demagogues'" --- pcriptive pl.o ailhfully carried out in all the Loai.Nt with a sword as a testimonial: of their indignation ctbe great number ofthelatterclass

TIii-! i is the pregnant plea! -pregnant alike with reverence for infinite Condensed Report of Receipts and Eijx-nditvres of the City fur the other eetl. been checked, and we can congratulate appreciation of his distinguished service in ire cannot t ia the one, to bring do\o

purity' and wisdom, with rhetorical elegance, and with respect years IS 15, 1510, and 1847. tie csuntry upon the tact that the able .tr. Mexican war, the citizens of K cambia county lave the conceited and envious to their proper

for the pcope-to! which the undersigned refers, as one that may _- ".. _. -- _.__.z vices of the present Register will be retained, ID determined to procure the sword by ytunlry dona- levol.

hate be<'n dictated by excited passion.In : To this amount received for taxes, 10,103 43 despite Q the streaucus uertieas o the caucus ti.,n,, aid present it to the distinguished young Flo- Uy conaraand of Maj. Gen. Scott.II. .

ruply: to that iuterrojjatory, tbe undersigned would say that as licenses, 0,160 12 clique to eject j him ridun. ..,subscription lint may be seen at the cfl.ce L. SCOTT; A. A. .\. G.

tmc if the /r:'-/', hr certainly desires no such sport ; and as far as u" fines 157 13 of thispsperr-Jmocra/. 2i.. I Tho letters alluded to by Gen. Scott a*

Lo is informed and believes,'' the people generally do not desire it. II 'S "rent market stalls 60 00 The First .'Jwt t the echoes from home," are evidently'

He cuniVIenliy believes that tbe honest, sober, sensible people! of shown and circus, 45- 00 Little did we think. when we penned our I dia- For the HoiiJian.Messrs. "Leonidas" letter and the other a letter which

nor ida would\ revolt at the idea of making a "football of the judicial 'I from Leon County tiibe" against Mr- CABEU/" vote for i Massachuaetts EDITORS : Truth i Is stranger than appeared: first in the Pittsbnrg Post 1. was

oflice" for the sport of demagogues, whether the game were to be Court, in part sup. Wilmot Pronto Whig for Speaker the. House' fiction," so says some writer, and I begin to thence transferred to the Union, whenceu

played throughout the State or only l in the Capital ; but if the game port of paupers, 255 25 of Representatives, that we should e soon be furs believe it for who have that copied it on the Sth October, with some introductory -
thought
Iio inexiiable. : and !"magoguos must be indulged in it, the undersigncJ u. II from excess of sale dished with additional evidence! cf the pernicious ,'oul remarks, and the whole then appeared

thinks that! R'-fivblicnn }justice demands! f.iir play! which can only of lots bold to pay and dal lou, een.equence likely to result from the great embodiment of opposition in Floridato in a Tampico paper in which Geo.

}lie in ur--d] by allowing alL the people to participate, 1 for: be it opposed taxes, 63 42 that election. We lay the record before our readers Caucuses and Conventions, Mr. E. C. Scott saw first the letter. Upon the publica

to inoiiitpoiic'sof! all kinds and especially to such as are calculated! to ,' from sale! of old without note o comment." leaving them to ponder C.\Bt would! himself, ere ho was allowed lion of Gen. Scott's orders, given above

establish! a virtual monarchy or what is worse, an irresponsible and market house, 27 00 the matter well in their own minds. to take his seat in the office to which he was Lieut. Col. Duncan came out promptly the

heartiest oligarchy.And I from sale of 1 P/rvn the Richmond Enquirer, Dee. 24. : North American with the following frank
elected of his and
be further believes that] if the people knew how that bigb cherry tree, 1 00 THE KIB..T .CJT.-OD Tuesday, Mr. fiic'din i more on account opposition aioualof his connection with the "Tampico

and sacred office that emulates in the dispensations of human jus- .( sundry person to presented a memorial tram Ohio against the cou.tltutionatity condemnation o the Caucus and Convention letter," so calerJ: Accordingly to the North

lice, the wisdom and purity( of heaven," had been debauched by King aid in building of the Slave Laws of the District of Co. system than any thin o else, has been found i American "Tampicoletter"J was om.

Caucus and bis s-ibjects' in their nocturnal orgies, the people! would market house, 65 00 lumbia.the table tin Mr.insultiogoutrage Jut of Tennessee upon moved Southern to rights.lay on acting a prominent part in a caucus of the I piled! from two l letters written by officers of(

rise in the majesty (:their sovereign power, and hurl that Kim from II reserved to pay J. The vote hood, 97 10 '/7-a tie-and Mr. Speaker Whig members on tho first day of the sessionof lie array iaVexico to a brother officer in

lis"bad eminence" with all his satellites down to political perdition Barry, 8 30 Winthrop, fleeted by Southern WHS v"tei, votedin I Pittsbnrg, for bis eye alone. But read what

;is pri'fuund as that oi another kind, to which the 'first arch rebel was To amount discount on certificates purchased, 5 16 the creative--thereby! bringing up the whole the General Assembly, for the purpose of Col. Duncan has to ray of it.
817,00960By question for di,CH.iioa. Who will BOW deny! that drilling their refractory members into a
consigned.It system
this .Wilraot Proviso Abolitionist raised to the .MEXICO, Nov. 13. 1?-1;.
is said that when the arch enemy of man, meditated the ruin of third highest office in our councils, has actually of proscription, in the petty offices even of To the EJL'or of Ike Xorih .American.-..Sir.I

our race, bev.icb: .il rn tJl'llOrtllllity[ when our common mother was cash paid sundry accounts contracted plaed| into the hand of the infamous fliddinei, and Dcor-Leper and Ser calt. t.Arrs of the two I herewith present : copy of t the "Tampico
fcparato fioui her mute. Is it not thus with the political adversaryf open by AM act alone thrown into the Halls of Congress letter. *' characterized: "scandalous""dejpicahle !
prior to 1st January, 1845, 493 54 Houses. as -
tbr pei-plo flU1 f Docs) not King Caticui seek the occasion, when a mmchievous firs-brand and grow assault upon I .' "
cash paid 3 judgments against the city for Southern rights and safety ? Though he would not This no doubt, will sound strangely / malignant, &c. in general orders
from their upon
the
people's Representatives' are separated constituents tot himself ianatical arts of Gadding No. :34'J in the American Star
debt contracted prior to Int January, 1,136 49 pledge to all the I (published :
>c their Constitutional finction3"and" blandishments sincere tie farthest) in their factious design Even Joseph I
high by as
1st January 1845, 134 00 they cast their suffrages for Mr. C.\ EL I To the end that the true character: of this
and ditintoicstod thoMj! wbich Satan used his victims R. iBgersoll contended hut the memorial, beiru upon
: as uao to I!
I per certificates and interest paid, 0,446 54 an abstract proposition, ors nut in order. Rut it thought they were putting down this, to them, letter may be kno\YI, I desire that you r"put.i
It (If tlat |Political !suit, which contaminate even (he sacred purity change bills burnt, 1,937 64-13,14820 wa .)l no avail ; a Wbl/Speaker, elected by South- very objectionable mode of party discipline dish'i it in our paper; and that none of lay

cf an "rill.r)Judge .' cash refunded for excess on Bale of lots, 76 75 era Whig votes .aid and comfort" to .the i brother officers may innocently suffer fcr: a
JJut tai tl.c argumfiit.Tin enemies of the S. uth' upon a most vital question.The .- but how wonderfully they were mistaken.
taxes and licenses refunded, 146 63 publication so omoxioul I hereby publiclyacknosde4
committee have drawn iho jmlrait ofaJw.1c--udl a Judgei full rote we hive nut yet seen-but the fact as the that the
44 cash paid for building) market houso, 399 71 stated i. iauncuntroverted. Acting upon principle people are !myself! to br its author. The
:i the xvorlJ has not seen since the days of Solomon or of Daniel l, if 44 burial of paupers, 42 00 abort incapable of (government, and are conse.qucnty substance of it I communicated from Tacu-

then. 4< James ain't reserved for baya soon afier the battles in a letter
.. the be Barry, Mr. Polk'a Veto :3lessae.At proper subjects of imposition, pledgesand private
Bat tile the Chancellor committee to
Judge or say friend in .
him to a
8 31 Pittsburg.
qualified, should bring with him not only all the general information the last session of Congress a bill was passed promises with the Whigs seem to be. regarded -
current for 3 years, 3,248 07-3,02066 The statements in the t letter are known by
which may be stillicicnt in the Executive and Legislative capacity, but expenses providing for the improvement of divers and sundry by them a binding no longer than. the very many officers of this army to true,

be tuna besides bring with him a profound knowledge of law as a 817,068 86 harbors and ri'tf and on the last day of the session continuance of tho canvass in which they are and I cal but tbink that the publication b

particular: science, and to varied and intense reading, must have been i. was submitted to the President for his approvalor made ; hence, we see Mr. CADKLL: notwithstanding i truth is less likely to do violence to individualsor
fcujwiadded practice. While the Executive: branch of the Government rejection He could not approve it. and, having
A List of Corpora'ion Certificates outstanding on let January, 1848 all his horror of Caucuses while a i the service than the suppression or I perversion
finds its duty clearly defined in the Constitution, and perhaps a no time to prepare his objections to it, he kept it of it.
which comprises the entire Liabilities flu with the exceptionof
few statutes ; the Judicial branch must be familiar not only with them, of City back{land ia the interval since the adjournment of candidate, and the constant and unremitting : Justice
Gen. Worth who
a few Rills, amount of which cannot be ascertained. to ( i is evidently
I but with all law, national and municipal, common and statute, civil, -- -Change. _-- lie -- Congress has written out his objections, which he opposition to that system on the part of his one of the **hero *" pointed at in order No.
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ecclesiastic and military, all over the civilized worM, if its duties arc 'fu "hom !)ate' If r : Total Ynnci. recently sent in to the present Congress. We are leaders Whig Caucuses in .
Nn s I rmclpa. ri, party attending .) requires me to state that he knew
UJM II all occasions to be discharged with promptness and ability. And ._ ('rued. Issue. tat pal &Interest glad that the circumstances were such as to give whatever of write the
= --- = Washington, and under the screw of the Cau. nothing my purpose to
ihe committee believe, that it in no disparagement of the intelligenceof WIn, Iec.2', Ih4110' '0') 12 l8silicrr him ample time for investigation and reflection on
JI.I.C.
letter in question, nor that it ha J been written,
the of this of other State to that there I 20 I 9 29 fit cus System, casting his first vote in Congress
(people or any imagine, are &Kirkse 2- .. (I fl the subject. The result has been a veto menage of till well on its to its destination he never

many, very many, who would not only foil correctly to estimate the 11: (do.. .I I W UO 0 24 2- OJ "'4 f 0 09.' great power and clearness, arraying a body of facts' for D man for Speaker of the house of Ilepresentathes saw, nor did he way know, directly ;indirectly

necessary qualifications, but would from necessity, bo without the ads !.I do. I :m UJ 24 (: 7O' and arguments against the doctrine of Internal Im who was the first to introduce into i even the purport of one line, word o or syllableof -

xantagoj to know who possessed them, or to sufficiently discriminate 9., do. c imp I 21 iIfJ the Federal Government which that the of the 11 i
:J' fJJ pro eltnl by i body pernicious principles il- i i till he saw it in print, and he is
between competitors, if they did." And pointing to ibis picture, the J4'J., D. Stnne. Dec. 31,1S41. JO 00 80 I fOJ will be difficult for candid mind to resist thefcrce of. Proviso and who afterwards of: ignorant of my design to make this equally
mot was one
du. 10 80 ,
committee tell us that there arc many very many (of the people) Uf 1 10J to that conviction of the truth of its .
seems ui positions tion which I do
J do. c 00 I 0 601z l as I wrote the letter, unprompted
:: 1 ; ] the boldest and most reckless of that
incipablo.; of discriminating between such a competitor and one ofinleriorgtmalitications. supporters
| (d" 1 1, 4 bO 1 60 must follow the reading of this message ; and and on my own responsibility, Very
." Hence, of course, it is necessary that the If'' ,10. JO 11 4 81 1 60 we are sorry we cannot at this time lay it entire before measure in Congress : and who also, in the pectflillv, your obedient servant,
people should end as they generally do, their wisest neighbors to |,'. 1r1 do. c 2U 00 I 9 6 declined in the last
6 our readers, that they may the more clearly most emphatic manner, AMES DUNCAN Brevet Uot. Cut ti. S.A..
lest 'for them ; and if the people should happen, through ignorance J" dal. I'I 2f 01 9 29 G Af ihe Colonel
of this letter
2:1:1: G. F Townsend, Jan. 12, J8-2 ( oil 126 3'9t see how strong and impregnable jthe ground occupied session of Congress, to arguo the question of er publication ,
and the of discrimination, to send on such a mission, not .. 2r: : :
want agents
\ do. the democratic this A Duncan was under arrest small suWqurntly .
2-\ 2'5' GO 126 : ::1 1 [ by party on subject. abolitionism, because, he said, it was in his placed ,
more enlightened than themselves, why these I blind guides have"onlyi 237'3.1. Mash. I IS, I 20 ( 9 :" :2 brief, but very inadequate of its argument (ten. Pillow was arrested, and next

I be conducted by some kind, initiated friend, to the magical palace 23rdo.1 I 2(11) 9 52 29! 5" must suffice fnr .the___ .nmpnt..._____summary, State, (Massachusetts,) a settled question, not : (Gen.; Worth. The North American is of
art Caucus to have all that was dark, illumined. 219 L.lie Thompson I. ( 23 E0 '3 90 extension of slavery. Surely
King 2:I do. I. ) 76 ;1] Mr. Pomfirst Idvtrls to the great inexpediency to permit any opinion that Gen. Pillow was not arrested o
The committee not ony! distrust the intelligence of the people, but 21t do. t[( 4. 71 1 7625'I of making appropriations for carrying on an extensive I Iesrs. Editors, this ia strange and unac- account of the "Leonidas" letter, bu on the

are confident that the people are too much involved in litigation to '1 do JO 0 4 7/ 1 762w system of internal improvements while all the countable conduct on the part of Mr. CARELL following grounds : .
wiled; a Judge, without a view to their own "direct and personal in do. I I 10 0 76 76 There has been another that
271 S. Smith Jr. & ., means which the government can command ought to and for which the people of Florida must and arrest, o
Ion. I 25 36 b9 ( ,
think that the safe
terest.! Therefore the committee only depository 2. 0
o 1(9 Gen. Pillow one of the chiefs aforenamed,
dn. I. 9SS ) 89lYJ'J. applied to bringing the war with Mexico to an ,
f this *' big! constitutional unction," i is the (bands of (those select men, 27' 31 b will, hold him and his accountable.
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supporters but
J. Jan. not of the letters 0
: Mash, 12. 1S43 18 lieu 7 15 25 15 honorable close. Such appropriation could only be as appears, on account (
who n'icr have any' law suits :11; do.'a I 1 S 0 7 t: 25 15 met by loans to their full amount. This would Jlureann. ANTI.WILMOT PROVISO. which he is Iho hero. We hear generally' ,

The committee nay, "as no man has a right lo he. a Judge in his 3illrd:: Brpn, Mayl.1'H3 3t N) 1' :9 41 59 largely increase the public debt, and probably result that the cause was this : Gen. Pillow, hang
own ratiM*. so neither should he contribute by his vote or influence, to 3'1 do. 31 m 12 : .G 5133I of
Sales Public Lands. Sales! of taken to the of court
do. feb, G. 1944 1 61 M 1 in entailing a standing debt of many millions upon of public exceptions fining
00{
the election or appointment of the man to decide that cause. a : ; lands fur the months of and inquiry, which approved by
January finding
310 do. w ( 1 6t ET the country. To make the matter worse,if the doorU Februarynext
: The corollory lo this proposition is similar to the last ; the people all 31 do. 50.61) 158t e561: kept open for expenditures of this kind no possible i. amounting, in the aggregate, to upwardsof Gen. Scott, addressed a paper relating to the
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have: causes to l IIC tried, therefore they ought not to have any hand in U' do. M I)) : 6t 65 6.13s3 bounds or barrier can be seen which will limit five and three quarter millions of acres, distributed mater to the Secretary of War, through !hecommandlr.in.cbief
do. 6 613m4
electing a Judge ; but the I jwople's Representatives are all a quiet. do.'a as :( U;61 61 65: 61mss their amount. From every Tillage claiming that from Green Kay, in tho Territory of preserving a copy which
orderly trt omen vlio never ki laic, and therefore they are alone :0. i he had
.r go :' do. .1 (1 15 61 6' 61 has a harbor-from every little inlet,liver and creek Wisconsin, to Biscayno Day, in Florida, or leter accompanying,
tit to exerciMS ILl high constitutional function. :ur do. I 5 O l U 61 6: (H3.i -would go up a call for help. Where would the between the parallels of 20 and 45 of sent (or would send) directly to the Secretaryat

To Mini up their cogent arguments, iho committee conclude that do.'a I :' 0 1." 61 61 North latitude, are advertised in tbe National Washington. This transaction is judgedto
fixed ? that which is be
limit be to
"until niiin and his nature be changed, it is obvious, if such a si stemxxcrc 3.. dos 0 1 61 65 61 I given one These lands embrace be and for the judged contempt
a so
.. Intelligencer. contempt,
every
I! do. I 61 613SII withheld from another, here will favoritism and
adopted, parties litigant would be exposed lo temptations to con. : do.'a a, 5 ( 1 61 1 r 61 which could not be tolerated.b If all variety of soil, climate and production, foundin Gen. Pillow is arrested. Not understanding
u partiality
KJI! their own interest ratb r than that ot: society in the election of 35 do.'a :) 0 15 6t 63 6t b the United States ; and persons wishing to the technicalities of the case we a rfr
the whole wealth of the nation would be
iheMi I public (l.licf. I.J Tilt committee are of opinion, that in tl>cpresent 32 dos ad 0 15 61 65 61 supplied, purchase and settle on the public domain, have not advised whether part of or the whole

depraved state of society the only safe course, is, tbo one nowpursued 3:1 do. c. 26111) 8 1 9411 exhausted, and yet b insufficient to relieve all! the rarely, if ever, been afforded' such an opportu. transaction is regarded as the centempt-.b0t
do. I 26 8 34 11 hungry applicants who might, under such a system
until the shall have been 3:4 0
f. that is to caucus machinery car 1 that
I ,
say select and homesteads suited is immaterial.
37' N. White, May 30. 26 ( 33 45 nity to procure ;
vied! lo Mich ja-rfection, that it can Im, made: to act upon the whole 370 do. I8 10 0 2 87 12 8'I be entitled to aid. to their various tastes and inclinations. Gen. Worth's arrest is thus noticed to. UNorth

I lLaat .if the. people.1c ,! it will be wise and charitable to cutru&l the high -I, -w t;t,922 f 1771 2 2,6t19 7Z The appeal which the President makes to the history S'cir Qrean %)cl a. American of the 26th ut! :
o internal Uro'ewDu. fullv sustains bis.i iI


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tbe t arrtct Der1rred .' ... CfFrfvr turn and re-establish! a central military govcn- Deterioration in the Cotton Trade Morals of Land for Sale Jefferson Circuit Court.IN FLORIDA LAND SALES. c'

the is ment, whose bond, (union would be 7io7i.. In the Court of Massachuselts. H E it
Mai. < <*". Worth, and charge pieserv- Supreme H undersigned will tell hii settlement of LAND CHANCERY. h.l a.

lipliru' cunusnpt tm\anU th roimnariT ed bk our ircs ne u on the frontier. the case of the Casco Manufacturing Co. JL where he DOW resided 11 miles Sotitb-eat William Bailey Adm'r. dt hmi nnn of John Bellamy

T.f.'n-1"t( itliout a fu.i Know !eiZe I ol all They would keep alive this distant war on r*. Thomas Dixon, WMS taken from the jury Tallahassee, on Lake Erie, if applied for non, ** he deceased. Cirmplainanl
,
lo his
wishes to remove This
flu the frontier from choice force it.t3 the and made law On the 3d inst. plate on Sopchoppy. tj.Tilmatl .
lo not t( len ihen us necessity a question. contain
Ibe fad \vc purpose settlement 4s) arrrs. 200 of it is cleared H. Punloj, Dtfendant.IT .
0 rticle I by UTI y remarks upon this proceeding. of keeping up strong garrisons from an eminent merchant, who was a witness in and in Rood order. There is a comfortable dwelling, appearing lo the natiotuctioii ..( the Cotirt. M

& the mouth of the Rio Grande to the Pacific ; the case, said in his testimony'** When I first with convenient out (houses, negro quarter. AxTnts affidavit made in this cause, that Tilnan I). I'u- .

CorrefjwntJrnrf nflhr J'jruu.JALU' because, from the centre, they would strike a went into business it was safe to buy cotton land produces a* fine ctops as any lind in this rifoy the said defendant, Cesids out ol the Stale ol C .

Nlb% 3. 1q47. Mow from any put of the line before it could by th. sample but it is not so now* In fact, siction of country, and is unsurpassed by any for Florida and in the Stale ol (?eunu. fit otii.n: ol 1T.T. he nf'erel I.e rut A'i n the' Is : ?4 ,

The wan mastor( .Mpeks. an tramstcr b millet and fine range, and uned for game and the solicitor for romi'lamatit : It i* ItiJrrft. Thai a I vtf %I uret,. it5. at ti'. 1L cm's Ste "1 ,: ,

Irwlty. inthr Iar**- 1't: a.t reinforced. They would m'i\e ( n a fccmi- (the moral Boston in regard to cotton, are fine Ghii>!r As there may l be no jw ins, I will tate the said Tilman D. PurifoV( d. a.1esr; and answer entun < .Iunh |Ist: ( .ir.il, se e t ui! tr. Is .il I l.a,t' iT' i Sl

Ik.nnw.Wfrp hung :3ooa> of (.en. ratt.-r- duiri'-ter. while our ojcratiorn wru'd' be on not tut high now as they were thirty years fie' very l"vp price that I will fake .s hide is S"ixr the bill of complaint hlxl in ltnJIMC within four 'I iih.i| Kae, iM, i.t.t 1.1 "I 'is s.ukip ifr.. t. b s

,t Ii o'clock. Ancmt the circumference. It. on the other hind the airo. acre, and a better bargain cannot lie hut in Flon.la months I, from I Ih* date of thi- public lion ci l I ilu. rdor !TLi-e.-I.:| a !.':' ..

I4I1S' coniflathI! weic Ira\vu up loan wiliK-s* JU,000) disbandt'd otTiCis. the military aristoc- J. II. BYRD. or the Mid lull of <*nmi;>Uint ss ill I I.e taU--i fcoiitesed r On tur tithe ds of March. ut the Cu ft IfcM: I 1 C .S
there lia'c I.TI at January I 1. tSI9. "I$ <-t Marion Co-ill'1 surwlr. in 'ITvvuri'h1
election. and must : 1'iutultJ. That a crpv '.1( llii-i i'rut.r be tree-i. .3 .
tte rate* of the count, hhonld nt lie able to estahli'ii J'uchumoz.'x Wory.-A good story is told of sl':
number, of Mexicans! |jirt.'n?. r>u ili, hd in some nc..sh.ui.| ( r pi iiited in l r \Ii>t Jeast an cq'IaI itir a government, i the countrv woild be Gen. Lane of Indiana. At the )battle) of Huena List Letters of Florida, once a wrV.. for the sjm e'if four C, M! 21, 4 ; .ut.t1
tb' Iatra :
M t-cks ( $ ih-m t(1j0tta' left in a state of absolute anarthv LIIVrn our Vista, when the Indiana regiment rctnated lNtNG in the 1'L..-t Ollice, at Tdllalias.ee, month (Sicned.) '. It. 21 te C .4

placed aroun'l hi* nK. warning < vtithjniw.il, and would soon be wasted plnndcinl the General; tried every mean* to get them IV Florid, January itt,, IS4S.Lanet.. THOMAS DOUGLAS; Juda'. _'4 n._ "_ --vj.! Va e ', %
i. 1.W1! h<- had !tuliP
<
from UmR Antcrsun. Henry Robert December IS H47. 2 2 -Im
LtstaIII) und I It would enthusiastic he jr. '
depopulated. become to return r.ecominjf appealed -
lamenting that h<- couM not hau- imlaVillerentctotri. AiHtin, UMliam I) Lott JtL'ltlrjohn.- <. AtMirch M.0oie: ( urt Hxi-e, use N .rJav. tbe2. u'
ami direlict, and would be seized waif In them loved their mtive State to
Hi rcmiiks were wni.JMo. as a someEuropean to as 'they Irad! lnv. Sinil JBurton. Tom Land for Sale. : : '( c: .
Think ' power. von riiHE I I fiibscrilier ofl.-rs for sale h is entire the mercy ol I po E\ .
He threw Unbelt'upon this hp.ciiuid country i is, would: be long without into the thickest of the fight. I'll lead you. Baker, Nathan 1 Miller, John J. of AXD"S in Jefferson Cotint* lo ir miles, F> t TheSE of 27, IS. 1 ;. '
aloud! when the drop C. S W4 itt 2!. 1, 7. .
(4M1; and was prajin it will look in Boo-, Wit lam Morris, Joseph 5 of the Ocill River the real 1 _
ciui.n.int leadin
olnl ? l'n: lan-1 would be rra-ly tithiow and only think how glorious immediately on : NW 4 of2': 1, 7. a. :
rematk. UraJforJ WillumHru James 4, Z
made Tliryert Miccullouzh
1>ennis no trom nticflio. the Flit ..
at Fora to Wail- I :
Jell. irmheiu her to hate it paid that the whule! Indiana crowing 'a -; ,
in an ID protect mining history Janes MUurketf NihMtrirk. NEjot ar. i, 7. ;
McKlfj.
anti! K Court hlo'ise, hundred and
) Meiican interpreter. i on containing seven
airrnJttl by a pnt-M interests, or to league with! France to establish regiment was cut to pieces.'-Btston Povt. (, Miss Harriet R Mrs Sarah M l.timired itl si : i um i, i. !&. p' $ ,
with
*, srspts .
of the jrii'rrilla .iticcrvre | twenty acre one ai acres iniltiation ..
<
11* morning two I : I llurnctt Thoma-t O Morn, Or JMe \i i .f n, i, 1.,. ? .. .
iiioiiarch-.
a l>
< with a gnod iiMr-fenred Lug I I..e. ..
taken prisoners liy lh.it in)' 'fati .iu.in 1 do nut cxa eratc when I say that it would lli'c of a rattle .*nnjjtfi 2ttb 'i .

vfiicrr, Co!. Wuilvfn/js were tried liy the become direlict (that is, utterly forsaken. ) >rd, Conn., who had practiced extensively at t Jji J.sinpa 2 MLjuhhu.Moore, Mrs Ann Jvti Eliza Gin; House and Packing Sircwt tfi? aid one I.tindred S. 1'. R. e 1' '

tnili'anrommision' now ill *e>M'''n. found( the south states that he has treated five cases ('eaw.iy. ard seventy acres rleifed in the l t.s.i orr ( .
r IS ,
TheF.ef1V4ef ar .
:
,
I It t is alicady ,ri.t rated. I'ne out of its seven Carter. John j KIknt MdU. Henry J cultivation have three ;
railiy. and vent -need to !I.< W.. They \\ertr I| miilions of inhabitants are beast of burden, of rattle snake bite, and all of them successfulIj. Jnhn r Muses. R J i iare lies ,shout the half-wav wels! nf gronrwl:n.4 i wsPt Iptspkills Thi lh*- .5.. K: i 1.1 SW 4'f IS, J, ri,. 5.

< ccti'ed (and confe vl it. ) nf liixiniolatcd: J with as hnJe ot t intellect as the asjes whose His remedy ia alchoic! liquor-either IkaUHobeit R !'littsn. Mis Jn ephiBaOr'.rtorul ( anti Gum Swarrtu'. an isdrttrtnl'v! relefirateilor 5. XV'iofN K4 'f H II, I, Cus : '.
j I
their parole of honor, liy taking up amis j] loudens they share. Of (he inhabitants olj rum. brandy or gin-given in large do es. A llil"i: J .- oi>hIlitky. N4tums. Natinda A health. The production of these linds: canno' '. S VitfSE4tt'.i, { 31,, I., .5. 'y. fr"it .

amst 'he I nit -d .Siale', in the "uernlla service. j half fifteen minutes makuig a : Mr : J he surpassed if eqitsiled l, for the culture of Coin,
pint ;
o j i this city. HKI.OOH) are leperos, with no social every quartin FJva'dVm S OTonnU John! 2 Cotton, Sugar Can, &..c.In N I ii: if t 2. Gt. : .
Thevillli} t-hot to-morrow at noon. on hour is not too much, lo be giveu as K::0NW4'f i 0, 2TrHM '
tie, no wiu-s no fluMren, no home. Santa; Fort ', Willnm I'ritcl.ft. J<'hn \V addition to the al>ove. the i"iWriH his a well .t

Their nam-s arc Adj.! Antonio Carcia, and.I Anna was the only man who could even far a soon as possible after the bite. The remedy F'isher, William E Perkiu, SilasIVarson selected and assorted stock of DRY GOODS', GROCERIES --One-firtirth cash, the l. lance ic tirre :, '

l.icnt. Am'ro iA Alcalde. The* receited time keep together the rotten elements of his has been used at the south to a great extout, Furb, NVwtoa J C Bird M 5tc., which he would depose of tin yes- e<;'iil ar.nMil iit-'tainnMs, with jute rest m adeii.rsp. -.. f : ,.,,.
finniies" ( Ti.Irr, Daniel PennefCap HPledzer soiuble tern excellent tmd Or, if any pufhar* sh mrf! prrttr to p //ca-li; '
their sentence with c iieralie i and has never been known to fail of a cur*. being at an t> ; lot rrur-
| corrupt ioternment. Here in this capital we FisherVm lr MurrclPeaden. tttleil and foe per cent. \M!| Uc d.-diK'trJ brunt' the -ra7et iiu'.l- s .
lunJi/.ing. rich settlement
thicklj
'ol.! Keholledo! and llie uiSJ lie taken j absorbs deadens the fatal virus .
( ca plain I The liquor or .'
j are in pussecRion of all the machinery of that inly. J J Robert CPlant. Persons \\ ishinz to carr on mercantile! l ttu4imI.54. ami! mOons. S
to IV role and! confined tinii! it can t I"* a cr- J) uiK-eiablo contmance: which was called the and never intoxicates the subject so long as Golden LawytMforCheiry. John G -1 furM at the same time, would be pra.-'il! with tin Listsot the partirnla tracts r;>n !hue haul ?'v rtltIu.!: .. .

lamed from head.jua.rtemhelherlheyere'' out of this theY the virus of the reptile is in the syutom. .) ratnam Cot Jamf M (jreini.fs. in Va sn i the l't M..t-r. in s.c Merw. tv

plr.ted and richanged or not. They arc 1 goirriimciit : capital cannot (;aiae,. Cullen Kochell, Ji.hn >T V Persons wi ichin! ; t" purchase, ire incited to call! riTif IT I the* will m I !tie furinshnl.il I steil'[ | it l I tat, by ;'
j establish uno.her. so sensible man in thifi (Grant, John Ru.sdotn, J IIKich h'tmer pns.jtaivI altres-.ed I,, 1 r Sr sri: Ei.ti-- .' s.
The ioin-l! is a no- oa the srubcriher.ar.d! ex.itnine. the stork and preiniELfA .
Imth infn.
fine-lookinp .
country bi l.eve it. Then it follows, that ifs The bill before the Legislature of South ;Les, ihirumam rdson. IVia VIl"ss 'eq. FDWXRIK.) Tin, AT T.ti.e.Aus'r. F LOR IDA." :.

Itlf-lookin man. atH th* citiren and (for 'inf i ( abandon this capital either the otlicial Carolina, given the election of Elector of (iee, theory Cap ThoKobrrsun. Jefferson Countv. IVccmUr' 1 t'. |1.l7. ...' !tf J('HV ItrtAUl). llfftitrr of .' .,.. .
here he has been criv't! to his i iwartjre 1'nMir LI niL of the Mtfi iff.TiiII"ili ,'
C
says iicter President and Vice Harb-e. Miss Jonathan i
President
of Dulled
and the ol 1 of the the -
jackals return set carcas
I up ,'. Ni t I'i.i I* 17. I ITrjv :
: of Hawkins, Wu Ryan, Mighil iss< .5.- -. -
against us. ume our poiplef.if. state reduced to the will States; to the people, has been lost in the Senate ) Sheriff's Sale. ,.
or. anarchy country' lloilrx. JotiiMirrell.M.M S..ael. N.itia TI.efi'lli'wiriL' |luei'rs; will plea.,- |'oWi4it) .
tiiik deirereiiilv. bt- seized IIJMII by s, me foreign power. bv a vote of 17 to -G. ;; 2 Smith, U'mjMiuth. BY virtue cf a writ of fi. fi., i is.ueel from the rir. ,'Hive there iin>nlh-, and! semi I thnr roimts to IM : .
; ..(, Palt on and ('t.! Hn he* 1 Court of Wakulla Count*, in fist WilUatn < .
en. r ot rtdi < .
KlUf'.irti stite !K..tter, S tz Th- Fl<> I llrjld, t. Ari.S
()j the other: hand with (0,000) () men, we Hale I l! nunur Wui 4
have had llieir hands full this afternoon ince \ Minor moral* for married pcorJc.*" The HunGS 2 Smith, hamilton liailev. tiUiritiir.. ac.uii-t hears H. Walker.ViIliatn tine : News, at JaesonsltLc( ; Areue.Ci.aLaS.uta.- .,.
and and
hold this
can capital era C'ruz keep \ ii. %Vulk.r and others -
defemJants. and
!ho
the fcentenee (ufi liaicia and Vlcaldt- was nude last word *' is the most dangerous of infernal I Hot. (Isnc Smith, John! JHavii. 'oh ftri"i'i.irui a" I (;.-r.ian ; Crsvlests, 'Irrrvv s *:'
open a sale communicu.tii>n between the two'points. .N'a ?tan M S.uthard. Cap E P consent ol parties, I will ell i-n the first Monday in suit ( pIiri'r : mlii' '.taidrd anti the It Zs.r, eiegh; .. t V /
tsitiic. the aW.c name !lolMrer*. more pjrticuUrU machines. Husband and wife should uo more January next within lec'l ho'us at t in said
j Nuwpi ft. "
J'osse mg the heait, there could bei Hawes. F.'tward ShoTfs, Thomas G B rte Ctulu'm.tue Tirute a, Gsrta. "t : >..
the Cenetal. have hern Mirrource concentrated to annoy us fiI.t to g"t it than they would struct: *) for the Hale, Cl<>! J.nepn. Seutt. James County ofYakuIia, the Icilowing named negro -. ; .
j ji
population! of tie lo\\i. intt'oiin! t f;ur the possession of u lighted bombshell. IU\VM. Josejb er CusThcmns.. C M sheet, to wit : 1.Thee pip.r sieirti liar. htpri re-quested tat ; V '4f.it'hi.
the liontier line mi ht chiNi *
Lanu i UJXIH we >e to occupi. Maria ab( ut .1 ) vears nld Celia si'iout! iS years .' the hkriul., I.amtd S.et.'s. ovuhl ... .. 5
the contlemneJ < vn. Mini J i-a" att.
of
lurdon inrn. in tasus Taylor, Miry
,[ The e.\pfnse would! be |I't to hold Keep an llpirtetus your dining-room, to ol't. Marearct abnut !t'i ears old. Him;>tona b< y the sile, tn Mstli'on ar'I Jtnrwn Ciinttes.s.asetwsp. :'. -

u. ., who fo bravely coMimenccd the delc-nce |I this point und the frontier line, than I to occupt read while waiting for the completion of your Hall, Joseph. Reuben Varni.m Vinegar,, FratAw Col W N crthHearel. about Ueir: of ate, Reuben a hay about IO, Jert a ; rej ihie 'tidy J.a1els ire Charlcif.s Stat Saratwuab, .. ; ;'; p.':

ofVcra C'ruz, has l>ern in. as !! ns priosts. J Jalcaldes i the la'tter and leave this a rallying point lor wife's toilet. (Irwia. John.VI Watson, 1 HTIreland ( hilly about I lu. Dapli \\tnnan about *'>'>, Rose a cirl yiz the 'tf.'rrurs a-n! ('r.urier, ansi the ...i

citizens of high of Lieut. jtheeneim.( mean to say it would: require IvJ, Zine a woman about .litears.. A MJ J
men of all grades. tni'!rev weak points, as skaters look out for the weakparts Jtrkin Mist Miry E Ward. John
'! less rii'-n and less money, und it would be at ' iiMf. a lKatitifi1 women with a hal i% tended with! lrs't ditlicu'u' and risk, to keep of the ice, in order to keep ofFthem. Jour,. H II Wirt, Henry OJ.i. 17, Old Hark amanaS tit 4t! Little Hark Stir)! about .
:
JarwsLe
than a month old, has Leon rno >t eloquent in | the Ladies who married for love should remember ustimtCet. Mary Wasje-t, 1 I. Hetty a woman about 3.>. Hannah a pirl about Notice
> capital and the scjjxut as a part of the JamM N Wdiltm. tou, Ct>l henry
the (Icnerai. A few I'Jjear Lew a man about .V> ve.irs, 'incj! .
'
Lrr appeals to lnrrnci'tstince. j I policy of the defeusnc line than l 2aad her child about .1x ears, SicT! i-fi SIXvfHk
some thirty wom-n. movt of them j'iite I latter exclii.ivelv. been forbidden since the flood. % Persan ratlin? for any of the abote letters a man Pn.Sate in arxl lor the Colli.tr of Jfferjn .:
jtxiut Cl'i ears. Ducy Curare, Laura. Louisa Cut!
and lioautifii1.! came in and cried and will please ths are aJnrtifd.fIL ?, f--r letr. r* -f Ailmiri's'rati., on the c-taSsel S
iiKin The wife is the sun of the social say .
Dine Iirca Danifl Smart and Ned.
15ot: b\ holding! to and the system. .
on seaports cap :s NASH p. M.Jaotirvl George Ellis, Ijteo! saiif ( 'tnt' decease!. 5.I .
i.nelt and l liit mo\ed '.
implon-d. though they Tnlets she attracts, there is nothing to keep Levied orion .ei the property cit the said Henry II.Walkir ,
ital and the communication,
by keeping open j 1 IcI. 24 \m-J: : L I"WELL. ; .
tbe h"art oflh" piitraI. an \ luotijiht! a tear to J Jlti heavy LoJLet like husbands from off and \\illi.m; H. Walktr, arid to be soil to V $1
between them a large of the llyiug Ja-Thren Cotta?', prt, r.nr 7 11.1 '-t 7. !t tie .
iliev "t1(1! not chsnige! ihf! f te of the poition expenses | sdtisry said nit of fi. ta.
eye, ( j jfondemned. into Fifty Dollars Reward. ;
ofthitno l hf prosecuting the w.ir, would be ttpuce. A HALL. ; ?
It has ln-en rcji-aled fifty tinT-s drawn by 'cry simple means from the coun Wives, be lenient lo the mirried cigar. I WILL i>av the above reward tot the recovery of Sheriff Wakulla Countv. Lard and Butter, .

tndav !liv th" Mexicans in extenuation "that i The duties into Vera Cruz The sjuoLe always hides the niot duagreeable ntiro laa-i S\M and three IlOR>tN. Sun ii a December 1 15. 1s* 57. 2J tT rrrened per schr. Orc.'on" anti for sale low N> 3

in his country it is not con ind.'reda cnrn<* to try. on import* of the battle. mulatto main. five lr t (ten inchej lusrb, cry intellitrnr sJ try A. IL HOC. .. i* "I

during the month of August, with the \ery part ; and forty OT forty-live yeari old. The Hurs Sale lccenrter4l' 2i) ;. ; .
of honor till lit in
tiolate postponed Monday
a parole gncn liy a pmoner j The wife who would kor January.
properly JivrLarge
restricted internal commerce which then existed are of the f.jUgvviot; ds+ riptu.n : one larirc sjrrtlnure
41| ar. This should l III e iejienjerrd! in fu-j amounted to $!'0U09.) 1 do not hesitate duties, must never have a soul above buttuns. with a sear on her left hind leg Just t abuse the G\DSDEN SHERIFF: SLE.BY Family Groceries. y

tare l tuv our generals ai'l I no more prisoners knee one small bay horse and one lirje chemist virtue f f a writ of tie,i fici.u isjnt] (root ..
pet at liberty on paro! .. i! (-n clllirt: ha to say itvi 1 this winter amount to three The liberties burs, with a bLat fare. The above properj! ssa> the ClcrkN OEce; rf the Circuit Court for the "l"H: have recened by laTe arrival* trom Xvi York S
Enland! have
lime*, that aim month. I It L then lay lucemi won v v and New Oileaas, a choice seKrti-m r f Gre.- -
per we taken or run off from the plantation in Leuii Cuunt\ County of Jackson \Ve-tern Circuit of Florida,
.
Item made in l'haf! of th(- pri-oii'-rs' ibatcoud by mutual concessions. Let the hubaad who Ci-ri. -uiia'iie: : i-ir Famly arid Pi,tntation u but halt
the duly Daniel k
on the exportation; of bullion imp which Dr. Thom Lan lately reside It n the herein Co< is ;pijintiff.antl Retitx-n Scott i> *
tK"sihlc) be thoi ht f. The liint !has >, Cth! Mitkerel.t Rji-in. fRWi, & :
would the privilege of aikiu- friend of Mrs. secured Ltr bruirriie dffendant, I have levied and \\iil
I and the pteci us metals, existing under the acquire ; separate property Lain, to \ up jii exposkr
ben thrown out that if'h "eiiin arc ex'cu- to dinner without notice remember this when contract, and has beet placed iu inv ban- s.ile, before the Court-House door, in the lon otCiuuicj Lotus ii I Mjr. <.di s and ShuiMrs! Jt.ecOn, returli .

ted, no American ofH-cr will in future I 14:? taken Mixican gotciniunt, we may readily anticipate hit wife hints at ,bonnet. bv order and decree of the Circuit Court of this District on Mjnda.i. the Cth Jay ol Di-cemlur, \i't7.\ Mu-tard!, Imench MushriHim, Knpbxrry an-l Current ;:( I
a new Tho scife'Swant .YU i-.l'Prtre i CJinrer, Lobster
from these sources alone, an income of for the benefit of the Mrs he fiilhi deseri'ietl amen Silrm-B.
alitc! br the : If to preserve said Lanjj i uric ;properly to wit : ne roslaves
g'icni.bs. ir.y lnenirv5TVVS the husband's Pa.er slielle Almond! Currents '
I 8y.dOO.000' per annum. is opportunity. All prr.onare f rbij! employ in?,purchasing or u-ins Jrtf I Diii k, r lelJ-i.ar.d Spencer. : superior Tears. 1 -L -
the ha\enot been Sard.nes. inm salt! lmt t liv '
me aright, guerrillas Notwithstanding the assertions ofmathematicianc the said the Limed the of defendant and .
property as penalties of the law will upon as )propertv SJK ,
distinguished forac'sol mercy in this! r(9iect.j Let foreign goods brought to this capital the marria e-riiic is a circle which be strictly enforceJ. against all such aniav offend.A. to be sell to satisfy said writ ot fieri facias.K 1tICIIETT* X LlNDENCtRGEK.Novrrr.ber : "

When] they touk to th-! roi.M: they ho:sldJie under our low ?} sjem (duties(, and weshoulJj husband and wife have the A. FISHF.R, C. WEST. SUnff. 1, 1 4" Ji :
them
black flag and faithfully have they res. j j jccled soon itiiii! a moral conquest over this coun- all problem set Sheriff and Rec.ivr ot the Court. Nov. .'. 1S47. 1C Hy J\Mr lhr. D. S. A Female Boarding School '
making square. J. W. D S. fjj- The abo e sale has been >oiitd until the : '
this emli.Vm of death without 'try which w iuld bnn in peace unless, in. By SHERWOOD. |K>*ti
> gloomy Terrrnler 25,1S17. 2T first t Men-lav in January l 1'. l N. YVTII.L commence at Upwr Suwapr.re prlnr*. .
rcv. That ollicersof the regular Mexican jded, it should produce so violent a friendship -Jfirw Edilots:-Believing that tit intrreiU? cf v !v Halation! ('eumit% Flr.n5.i.on the tirst Msruiuy .

itny who had been made prisoners of war. 'I for our institution* and gotcrnmeht that ue the city would be subserved bj the elecliou St the Dissolution of Co-partnership. Notice.ALL in Jantiar hear, utidtr the ciianre of lvIiJu-? .
would be unable shake oil who have been raised ami! educated the North. .
amiable st
to
tad released their of honor our .
on parole not to old heretofore existms under the "
naern'xTS of the Council, You will please publi h THE co-partnership persons having claims agant the estate tf '
TERMS: .
tile up arms agaitiot us again dining the war j j neighbors, a contingency, I assure you, not the following ti.L. .t, and oblige aol style of ARNKTT 5. MANNING ha A. H-nwarJ, late ol Tallahassee, derejsd Primary Class, Rcadinj, Schir!: Writiij, &r ,5 : ;., ,. ,,::;:
; 75
I
;*
i
houlj violate that acred pledge and join this unlikely to occur. What then T Why, the MANY VOTERS. (this Jay by mutual consent been dissolved. All!) \
: murderous band and then complain at so Just ** (liii l hunker will say, as he has sung since to laid firm are respectfully requested within the time prescribed by law.or they En :lih frnrche,, per ;mrtrr, 4 let .... fi-
.
iniiaedute ol the
to make payment> same.J will be barred -tho-e indebted lo the .
: estate
a .entencc as that passed upon these two. is the first new state was admitted, as he said For .Mayyr, F. ARNKTT.: are Dra'nuc and Painting (inclwhii. Miniature, -
tod make
I to
rarnestly re'p' prompt ;pujmerit. They Mez/- tint, Ink P.w>nah, & .. C WEmbruidrry '
) it.irtr
.c rr ,
when Louisiana and Florida F. II. KUGG.Far ;j.
were purchased, JOHN \NN1NG..
astonishing even in this nation of liirs. ( ov. are reminded that theme earL,, though inall indivniu.tllv Mu-lin .
Lace '
south awl
em Nfk
Hughes who convened the military commUioti and latterly, when Texas was annexed, that Cvunnlmrn, November 23. 1S47. [Dec.'J i.] 2'J in the ajzri-jate constitute the wulo\\ arid or- making Wax I Ihovret.u, per quarter, 1 *at '5 1 w.

which tried the Americans who were the I'nion is in danger, the country will be JAMr.s TlRKcEV. H. H. W. ANDRHW, Select School for phaa' portion. Latin and Fre-i' h. each rtfr*, 2 I5 e

lung as well as the two Mexicans who ruined, iVc., ,Vc.Thf JOHN W. ARVLK. WALTKK: K U.OYU, Boys. WM. WILSON: Administrater.lee.mhcr Muiic with net' of the Piano. IU t*> .. -e.' .
to-day, \MTKI: S MliLKV.; : i I's s fCf.. nOWKV.WILSON.. IX tIns School, sshici! n (limited to twenty-fire pupil 4. ict. > 2in A te\\ ,.i: all boys will be ta'lchtt, if doirrtl. ,\ .. .

> il! die to-morrow performed l.i duUund TIIO.MASJI'KRKINS: Wll.t.IAM there we three vacancies. For cogent rca5)04. Notice. sehmIatic year to consist if tnt cion'h No> Srductioiis .. .

nothing more or less ; und d'en. Patterson Prifmh of tltr (;,jlatit, lcaL-'Y\\ ) intralpiip'dt are nnl dmrrd.T' LiaJe for abMisciec pt in rase ft skness. *- '

knows his du'v too well to sacrifice j jis.tice: and At'Cinbly of New York decided recently, by a for .Maym. > ITBOTC mifaiiprcliensious in refarJ to the \ LL persons, creditors and les.; tres, entitled to II.>artl and Le'diut} including li. h's and fiiel '., .

the discipline of his command to leeliiigs of la I), p. iio<;rn. briuct Lef taught, u well as to the rates of tuition, .:i tli-tribtiticn or otherwise ititi rested in the estate atJ::: Jnllar per qu.irii.r. Parfittilar attentunllt! .. .
the
strict vot to > table ( nhich T T.
party upon for CntiHfttmtn the uLjmue\! schedule i* (>ublihnl.Txeratriof ot Lewis Satindefs Jate of Leon rnuutt, it!, In- paul: to the cwulurt arI n>i>raN of t the ;epil.- -. 'It.
compassion. amounted to defeat ) the bill appropriating tuiliun, (payable alwavj in advance) ceiscd. are hctehy r.Mtitietl to exhibit their claims Per'i.s' vrishiit" to nike arraui..nitmits fir ettttrifechiUrtn .*. *
?
iUOl( to biin back the remains of the first \MP.S T. ARC HEP., II. L IVTITTI are u f illons. viz : and th'rnantl.u l within two years (rim this date to the st (this School, will |.fcae atiirefd Leer .

General Quitman's Letter. regiment of New lurk volunteer who had I>. H. AMKJersi<;iifH], or (tie same \\iil be barred ; and all perjns letter. to the P *f Miser; at White Spring.Novctabtr'U 'MUWtf
II. M. IJROU'N. T. L. m.l'TOV.L : 1st.) sji quarter. indebted to sjid estate, are rt-tjuesttd to nuk'iiiiineJiate
per .
Gen. 1-J7. I' uj
Quitman i is bold soldier but his ,
? a : fallen in Mexico. The vote stood M to 153.: j. L. cit; tNtu.: O U. RRASl[. 2 Arithmetic, ( EmeMon, psrt 2H,) English Grammar patnent. _ 1 : t
oMness in war is nothing to Ins boldness in GuolJ Brown LEWIS: M SAfNPERS F.ecutor.DerprnSpr4. -------5
( ,) Geo.rjj/h; llistory, i.iarter. per Bagging and Rope.
politic He would hate the tinted States The lltb'f.? -How comes! it that this little MAItRJIfl.In tl7. 21) 2rm; ,

like a boa constrictor taking down a caU. lx>lt volume, composed by humble men in a rude ( the Sr"th ult., it Kdurfn-ld C. H S C bv the 3. The Latin, Greek and French Lan uases and Notice. ,7I'Ii'tEs.) |M.sf Kentucky liiiu-ms, .i. ,. ?
I .
Mexico Literature. (Arnold. Oilrndorrlr i .,) Arithmetic.KruersoB I"1"" CoiU Rie.l F 'tie l's : _
at a single meal. lie has published when art and but in tuck? Rev Dr. John-ton. C. H. BLOD[>. Ftq, Winluniol HIRCSIEf LINDCNLEKGrit SYultflerCt
th. age, science were ( part 'id,) AlgebraieornetrvTriionome- "T "OUR weeks after date, I shall apply to the linn.L & .
following letter relating lu the future policy childhood has exerted more influence on the this Citv to MMS CHARLOTTE. usLter of Uv, Menkuration, Surveying, his'k.ke.piiii. Natural Jud. e of Probate iu and for the couit ol Jillers..ii t- -7, Jil7. jy! s, ?;:is;

ofconJucting the war.-[ \. Y. I\e. Post.I human mind, and on the social system, than ATIOS Hicti rd'on. F>q. ol Coraish i N. H. Philosophy Ph>siolo v, Ethics, i periiurtrr ] tier leave to sell the real rsfjte? of Willud .

I wish now, instead of an epistle written in all other books put t"etIerVhencc comes A quarter consists of three calendar rnoatlislUirtren 11 Mathers late i>f said count* Jf oaef! : The ',iift Spices, Pickles, &.C.

the reception room of the successors (Cortez, it that this book has achieved such marvel- Education. weeks real estate consisting f>f two lof nf land l'inr and! T'M1ERWOOI pi-kle l Ge-kins. Manses. OnJ ;. t .
School bills, when not earlier attended to by bein in M. nfirrllo, Thoritb, and -lim' I of land
1 pareiu acre \ nip* and roix d P.rkUs. pick! rd LobstfrV I- '
could have *
only you by th* button for one bus changes in the opinions of mankind, -has Till unrriber will open ta Academy in Midi- ,, will inranaSly be presented one week, before lvmj; and boing irs the s ml count* cf Jefrrsun. nut and Tom.itt' Ketchups.: Cap--*. (Hue 4 iii|, )lie_ e.

hour, I would run ovur my reflections upon the banished idol-worship--has abolished) mfanti- M.idi.un ('.uinlv, mi lbs (firvt Mundav in the eipu&tioa cf the quarter. SOLOMON E. MATHERS', lard, Pepper and PepjH-r Sauce. Citler Vunesr. trt-.h .1 t k. ,_

IJture. 1 will not repeat what, -re I ii is. %oul.ae ci.le.-has put down polygamy and divorce January instant fur the murJctioD: U Tuung men II. ALLAN. Exrcufor ot Wm. 11. Mathers. decM.Jrff.rsm G'M -.fVrnes and Currant* in f ote!! fresh S.ulnsen .

b'en railed ol readir, I tow this gallant exalted the condition of women-raised the and boss.. Terms moderate. Tallahassee. December 2'i. 1 l17. Jl tf CVuntv December4. I" !?. 20 Sf Shad and IL'ihut in cjn> tt-rs, Curry Ptwd.r a* JGa e
S SPENTER.
; %inre, Drandy ( Cherru Preferred Gincer. Currant
army of 0,000) men descended into this standard of public mortalit)-created for fam- January 1. HW. 34 Portraits Painted in Oil. Executor's Sale. Jeliv, Mtcarroiii, Vernncilli. Russia and Anivicin ., ,. 1f

Me!! broke through a line if almost! impregiiahle ilies that blersed thing u Christain home- Citizens of Tallabss-tee are advised that %" be sold at Newport, Wakulla County, on I>inclaIrwh.MiSj. dried Currants, Prun** ., I. ':

batterie* in lour battles defeated an and caused its other triumph, by causing In.nevolent .-. Strayed or Stolen THE fitted up liii Study in the siren story > jILL the sth of January next, a nesro au.l; Citrons. .. C.

enemy of 33.000( took more than 100 guns, institutions, open and expansive, to TT'KOM the residence of the subscriber in Centre1 ./Mis. !DEMILLT'* Euardni llausr (ndoiiun| (tie man named JuU.k and a nero woman nanml ('ha e, Nutsiis. Iacr, Ginger, All pice, Cinran4i.dute .. .

and fo r thousand prisoners, and erected (he"glonous spring as with the wind of enchantment T villc, a good ized chesnut orrel HORSE, with Union Bank,) for the reception of Visitor-, the undersigned belonging to the estate ol the talc Thonias Colenan, -. Vamilla Ik-ans, St e, S-rmrner *vntfy arab S '
and his ; up I la7.e fare, and two white hind Icet .4Iuo. t coal very repectlully tenders his services \\ di-ceased.for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of sweet Marjoram Orance Flower, RUse fc Petch waters '. : .
stars Mnpes" on ( palace, What sort of a book is this that even the bl rk colt, about two years old. The tinder will Portrait Painter to them ; and pledges burnt lo said estate. WM. J. COLEMAN, extract of Rose, LcSion, IVsrh and % Vanilla. i #' .

bere. since the comjue.st Corfez. no utranr wind and waves of human passion obey it ? he suitably rrvranled by leaving them at the R.v G. paint as faithful and accurate Likenesses as any in December le, 1S17. 2-i H Executor- I'trrsaheity LEWIS: i. MIX: '. s # -is.

? banner had over waved ; lint I will be What other engine of uocial improvement has C. S Johnson. in Tallitumte. or giving such information this country. Ladies and Gentlemen are solicited to -_ December 4, 1 l.t7. Oil .. .

Cuilu of one egoti m-I was among the first, ojn-rated so long and jet lost none of its virtue as will enable me to get them. call at his rtixly. where he Tiiav* be found between Administrator's Sale.W7H.Ji Fine ? Fi

to enter the city, after an obstinate defence, ince it oppeared, man boasted plans JACKSON WIIITEHURST. the hours of 5, A. M. and 4, P M. he sold at Newport, Wakulla County, on Perfumes
and it ) January 1 ISIS 24 RI'SSELL, Artist. V V Saturday the *tb of January next, a From the Mannfurtory of Lubin Pant.
was fortune that under nepro '
my good of amelioration have been :
my personal tried and failed ; JXh Gilt frames furnished if required.OJBFRT namtd Abraham ,
man .
the
orders first raised the beloncinj to tatrol the TTl1V0fI \, lehitrt.i.e.! J..rke Chit Ros-C,'. : v ;:
our Hag was ;
on many codes of jurisprudence have arisen, and Tallahassee Guards, late Bartholomew Eslick.for the benefit of the heirs 11 MilUtltiir FafthoGlv .; .
palace. With all thin } ou \\ ill, however, have run their course and expired. Kmpiro after smith! creditors. Iv order of the AiJmini-trator. rrium. *. Mi nii>nrttrAmbloma '. y ;
rrmnea. Eer nf .\fabi3.Rer. de I.. Km .
been surfeited in these days of heroics. Umpire; has been launched on the tide of B. IXK>MI*. Artist, New York : G. W. December IS, 1M7. 2 ts R. lmtnie: Vanilla, > it>!eM, D 'rganipteYrtai| :. ..

J have au opportunity to write von a line. tini" and o.'ie down the LAnD, Artist, S. C. Joim Mir. Artiet. New Orleans -CAROLINA Marrncain and s. Run! ;nr|. f 5 jy5
leaving no trace
on *
( CrRTi Artist K Js C. % HOUSE
.
VlLu1.
::1 ; > ; Alsi tlnn. .
thoughts} full of F >, Adilarrl IVrfTme. and I'restouMrrri.r 2..
are one subject. atM proCf waters. Hut this book is still about doin
J going Artist, I'lulatli l;>bia ; IK i Ss.sus.as, Artist, Ohio. QUINCY, FLORIDA. I'.xtfactf: I r.isr.int 1 loners. .
to n in mcdias nt. 'J'he .Mexican arm December 2" 1 Ia47. 'l'i tf : i:"
with it
rt Jubanded. good-leavening society < holy have loa-ed lor a term of years that The true 1 Fsmiuu.a CVn'neM! Hie I'rei: l lin..* .'

The whole country, except j principles! -cheering the sorrowlul with its WE Iirseand comuu dmus ejhliiii| .tit ie Aineru an. LareikUr sort I'luri.! Watr-. Hay I.'umsn 5 .

isere we govern it, is in conlusion". Then- con'oIatiomis-.strengthenin the tempted_encotiraging Notice. formerly known a< Armstead's Hotel and U I >d A.:i" i df la Rente, tin*. ("o ni tics, rich (Pniid, : 5i

a 9; earto be no prospect of the rMablishment the penitent-calming the troubled /COMMITTED t I. Jail a negro man who recently the Marshall House, and will ha\e it Hair-oiU, and tiaer-de'u. Shatm andToilit S'a-| .. i v v' ?4a

( a new go\ernni"nt. If \\c desire C vsa)* hi* mine M NED), and savs he be- bier the reception boird.-rs.iml visitorsr>r the I. thinst. line and ro.irM- Comb, Crushes burr tlrei Hvad.Tet It 4 .. {It.
peace, spirit-and smoothing the pillow of death. \\in\tci la John Koyil of Lovtndr County Ga. The proprietors plufce lhtJstJtr! (list >ail* and Flrsh. A superior srtie! r>f C.>ld rram.. i if
ire is no nor will there be I. n<>* >
power any legit"nate Can such a book be the offering of human ATTENTION7"OU itic said nerm H alio>it A tnt (> inrhei hitch, thnnz shall lie spared on the ,ir t part In receive and enlertam ir \*\*. For sale hy LEVi IS JL AMFJ5. : s

power with which to make j eace.- genius7 Does not the vastness of its effects stout boilt, dirk cnnipleclrd and about .1U C4ti c.J.| inapn>i>er iflanrer all who tuay let 1 disposed 1)evutnber-INi7. tM : :
'Hat, then is to !lie dine I 1? are hereby ordered to at usual The owner of said requested to tor- -
speak to appear your -ro u come to favor them with their : The .
you d'-monstrate the excellency of the to be ;patronage. table s\iil Potatoes and
wldH, a* we spoke when the TYxas: nr of power X ]>Ute of rendeztou SMlurcUy, the sib d Cod ? Dr. Culltnich.. January, l Ii.at 10i e'tlock, A. M J. W. } I\RRKLS
SI1KKVVOOD: F.ATI.AI'I'L
< 1 hold this it ri>ciilete] away. Jailor. < untry cent aflord and Ihebir h with the chouetinc >\
'se. say, on to country. It i is uniform, for parade. \\v: order of December 25, I17. 2'JAdministrator's \\ Liitiors and Ci!> ITS. In (.ftorl.no exertions _51 :*.> tIe,. Irish PotaNKs, S _
Jestmy. It is ours. 1\ arc compelled to L. A. THOMPSON, M ilo. Onii'iK. 4
Cant. Com'g.F. will be ;
4ttZterfjsjL.-Iack.Js! Magazine : wanting to render their Iloose one of (lie
th4' jK>!icy-we cannot avoid it. -"There is but says business H. FLAOO. 1st Ser'gt. Sale. very best in the State bar comfort convenience and Just rcecite.l l and tot sale! cl aj ft-r caste Icy :. '
IVre but three modes of one way obtaining January I. IM'i. :24 livin' I'r..mr.'i.r 1.1-17. .11 A. K HOC. : .
are prosecuting 7WjILL b. sold at Tallahassee on the first Mon- good _
'"4 war. One i is, to increase our force to --publicity one way obtaining publi '14: diy in February nest, a ae-ro man named MCMILLAN &. EIZZELL. LEWIS .

7 thousand and the whole advertisements.. The newspaper is the Provisions.B Vernon. and a lot ol Law IHoo'.f, belonging to the Quincy, October Ifi, 1SI7. 13 3m & AMES,
men overrun
fly.uheclc by which the motive power of bu. Y schooner Orepon,junt arrived fiom: New Or- estate of Norborne T Taylor for the benefit r>f the W. ILI'KSIXDRFC.S

otrj, garrison every Mate capital, and take smess enterprise is sustained amid money the lean, \ve have jut lereived, for cash only heirs and creditors. By order of the Administrator. Choice Liqttors.E MF.DU'INIM, P.1.srS. 011., tj4
nry con iderabiR city. The second is, lo which the 40 barrtU superior Flour, December 25,1547. 23 f* .
%| idraw our armies from the country, and steam by advertising is kept going. 40' do. rectified U'hiskey, 1; offer to the public the following choice Li- Toilet Jlriitlrs Pfrfnrnfry, if., \VinJow CIa -2 ,. ,
V alh of which
!.
$100 Reward, elba we will warrant as btin?
w up tie proposed defensive line. The 7 casks side-i Karon.C of the britt quality : f VINTLRs' BUf'HES ANP TO1.ORS, C r
Poor England.-The London Timei do Shoulders "D ANATTAT stolen from the subscriber '
of ,
<"rd is to occupy Le line, or certain points in 2. Lard XV or on or 2 qiarter ca.sks nupr. old Coamc Bran \\t /lpaliriric{ it October 10th makes the kegs about the 10th of tie present month, a
following exLraordi- negro "
an4 t
alto! to hold, not only the line, and the 2'i boxes Cheese, woman named LYDIA, about 20 years of age, of Madeira Wine, on knudandforrjleat tI.'' ; I' E.1
admuissiuzi
5 bItt old
: Mononjjahela .
Whiskey
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I fU.buttLig capital previrving nary Dried AppIe C irrants, Raisins. good size, bright yellow curly hair, quick and bold S .
in,,,. __.. an open com- 23: boxes of 1 doz.eachokl Madeira Wine.of the
----' ion ** Sorry are wo lo say it but the truth must BIRCHETT i. LINDE.NBERGER. spoken. She has a bad near on one of her hip caused r
with the Culf.; tj
Thi* last appears vintage of lv>% Newton. Gordnn A. Co." A\% > have receiu-l hy lute arrival larce stlthitin,7 : j j.Ii9jtlie.u
be spoken -I he To that December 4. 1 54 7. a> by a burn or scald, also on each fool one toe is a 1 *
TbTf'01lke lnie pulley sit f the co"ntr.V. country poor. say little too short for the others. Said Champazne Witre, Port and Claret Wine, of Jras.U' it wants or credit will not negro formerly Maraschino Cordials. outlier with m',st ol the -
obJection' of being loo expan- money convey a belonged to the widow Wiggins and John R. Haws, popular patent remediesrendir .
t-e, witt. Negro Kerseja.1A niRCHETT! 4. LINDENBERGER.: our assortment the
idea of the and
the overwhelming helplessness to largest most wrud i'S t
of rather Haw'children, living the Wakulla I
results.
prospect good or ( seat
any November 1M7 the Stale. ,
It CASES KERSEYS. 2 do Lin 19 a : z
I
wirj.J i demoralize the some of our readers. So we will repeat that e>s, River) from whom I bought her about two year .
Iw We have'nmv .
in ,
anny as a war Just received and for Male store a lit of QriNINEj
L ifdetajts, doec. The Recoirl would England is actually poor in the grossest and Sep. IP, C5I7. 9 LLOYD 4i FLAGG.hy 'ince. She Tallahassee may be still in that neighborhoodnr she Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry jnirr, ntul of rrry uj>mvr qsa1ittg5 wairuntril : t t ,
,
___ may be at Newport, St. Marks, or she
/ exeisirp;; U would! piotract the moist tangible tense. The country has till be conveyed off I EPAI H El). Just received A lars-e assortment 9

; The last appears the only just now been miserably destitute of food.- Wood Cutters may I will pay SJO for the nesrro, if confined in jail so I OWLE & 'MYERS, having ecimd the services FKHSII GAUDKX tf EElS, "

PCtiC5j! akernatise, an
Us. (Jon this uifKi U so far we have both lo part with our as choppers. Liberal wage to good and thief, or any one that harbor her [if a white the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively, Also fi small invftVe- of choice \NDYANO H
IJer, the capital, in thirlf dnys men. .Aprlj 1 person] with evidence sufficient to convict them. are |repared to do all work in their line of business WINF.S, ar.etn l..t of CIGARS ',f extia ulity.. ..Mlof i f;
armofofi" officeholders gold, and put ourselves iu debt to the world. 1jlMRCIIETT well mid which wccltr U VS
(emJc4t >ce. or t LINDENBERGER. JOSEPH HALE. promptlyNovember for sal, ? the lowest cal |hirics.x. # I
) now driven from the hire, will re- This is being poor in a very plain sense." November 6, 19t7. 10 it December 25,1517. S3 6:1s47.: 1* I.EVI5MtS.. .5 .

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County Tax Collector's Sale. Plantation for Sale. L. fit H. GREENBERG Ac CO., V New Orleans City Hotel, Tallahassee. By the President of the United

i r r r, in A=_:V FT* '' '' '1.' 'MVI? ? '"':' 'I. '" :* "" arjj Mil! ronlinne at Ihrir old stand .\ND! PRIXTrR'S: r )Ti'E I have to infrrn m> friends an.l the States.
of this hoii-e,that I hate lesacil) it. and
I
patron-
: ? I. l. ; H 1-1 'i m 1. n .tu-i- ,{Jj.lt. .0. 17,
: ; Corner ) .Manrae a-tJ Jrftrwn, btictts, it will brie itter tw corm lijct*'it \\ILLI\M
.1 i. ri t I j u'lllFa4s i'i :.t .i I I .tuiiiii., unI rP E i.ind. hi
t'iviett
'T hERE thi't are nnw openins their FALL .ADXVI.YI 4 : ".\Y". K-i, who has for nan* m.ixa been
t1t' w1 atn. kl cleared and
I1..I : "r. '.1 I 1 1V1. ei IV h li I tr> .r. i t ti JL 1 li-hers and Printers t
. > > 'FR sunpl of KFNCH( I:VGU5.H!, with the tn't chus Hotel at tie North,
;
St "tI in I i.t.'it II .t ._. iij \ .iid- .t t n initiitiva'ion iie< tti'n ardci'rni complete and
.'t th. ro n fribv t. it >" i r1.'* Phv timii i *t.'t'l l in tlim T'I t t! **irailcjnartof C.FRMXN AM) \MHWAN hRES'> ? 6)1)5. cit a The 1'n.ok e\tcn-ive Lctttr recently from the American Hotel in New Yoik

f.lt dl Mir-r TtI'$. ?'. (t.j.di.: 1 .\. F D'IVkl afflJ ttlCI thM; iirP. bfin: within tvso nnie aid a half Rich blk ilk.dro,. do Rhine, together vMth ever order by workmen of \ he will keep an excellent ljou rand! spare
I. dr-cript inn of color*d and fancy Silk s Pari-iar. Plaids.Vrit or expense to make his gue-ts comforta-
lit >n It :IK erf I rsd.tf. I I'i M titite'l t ie < >nnt* Lu. *' her there. is a Poti < to

...t N' :. "s-r :. i .. R i. v :,- xv. Oft ..:. %V an ,? 4 I iIIrIV4. 5V4.ZVI.d.;: .. &.<* ;tI.i i witl, I in't | >l and Printed Ca-hrercs, Phin and Colored expense and to was it parcd ifl I recommend the house to rnv tri"ndami the

re.tr.i. s T a' v i x. :,fv-' r : t 1 .il'. ha-...H. thec.! i I ct the I're'ch Merino, Plain, Mnrcd and bilk wove Alpacca. say it will perfect be found every at THOXIXS JJROXXN.
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\V .. N \M. vr ',, T I.B I. N -- 1 XV.Li4 -i ,t, :Jt i* w. M w !'. 'id t'ir' M. lenif. j' 'mi !'ir inI Jwc ii>mest in the United I 1M7. K. Un

I n >. f f L *i ut itt r dJ 4 re ci >ri. ,'.Ie. i f t n \ rrat sandy c.f French. En.isa, aid Amenear hand-n me asortinent of I f

XV..- I.d I I'lV.id 1 f diS.: rent St* las aid rjua'.ities ; ; tnr.cen: htr. 1, JAMES K
ln in llt 'x "t f MJ'a < O i i t T'ure i ia irv >(d |1)1% t | inj; I HOUM", ; lion of Print. Uf .re TN'ijiir rCLK Prt, ,
\: r. r mi.v i F. j \i'h puz/a al! zrri. coitin.in eijit! lite r<>orn hznl.pf every df-cnption, color and q bwi-4, Jacotitt Cambric, Tarlktou and ( itsa Bar it. clay.' jtniN, k ...wn. 'I at Jaril '
I. > Fti..e .
'* I .rd > *Tan'' ,ijrtirent kItchen NI ro Rx>rn, eijual; if not superior, to ,
j v F vnd Lano LFc ,*

j I.I N U' ?'. S T -. T .'. R .'. N a -i II.x1 Xr .nil in t" "l nrj'r ai.h! r-'pair. I lie r.rV
: .. v :r 4. e n. T 2. n i, N 'nd K.N :. t.r<.Oti-r.. .vrH. iHe.Gm I h'i-e. PS tttations"aMe: ,, Mu-lui cclcis'i. XVe are new( pre pared TXLL\1IASSEE FLORID iivc-ntionfil. to wit :

;. K XV ,. s 17. T .'. fi .'. % tinl K. rVf *. &.< nr in s "vi! or icr and! c j.alie! cf ar- Kid, (ashrrcre, Silk a-d Scollea! Glcai.r adics and TYPE (fcn* m. | At tli. Land Offce at >T. At.C.STIXU,

*> : i. < XV |. v-r r. T -. K :2. V aulC. r !hV; 1 .'i i_ sqi,. I 'i".*rrtl nect* L TZ'ert- is al-o a and Silk. XV.iolUn and Cctt.' *>f fer c'o.! i'-c tin tH c >xn res ; : plra-e guests public lacd
N" l K.
'V .* E 1. I'.T U -. n.iii tut vuiatliiuat: r p >wer on which tterc i* a hers to cit LEAD"*, within, tM
R N m'4 r., 4 rt-t XInl Linen ('ammmir i ldkf'. f Inn and H. S larc nffl; ks tile pjl>lic for their pariViaZs.WhI..I.l.M limit rmenti >n i township and |l'arIs t( town
'; %v F: .1. !. i IVW in o xlatlnf t ) mculd bv which we are hiClr
** 1 li X ami E. fiai J .irrIa.tr. tl, il be odJow HantJ-rme lU Criat,, rr.'.ic.t XitJUworfe! Cillan HhMINT.XVXY. viz -
N \v JS XV .. V c *, I J, J!, is j hrorrty *** fret article XXearraNo
and (3eS. .. enhor l >t. 1-4'. Iff 'ns :4iu' cft'.ebal Lat
I ,t*; |ltlj"' > 3Tlr a* :Sl.e oivncr i a' iot to i SIl4V4. Ps ss < n ; Napier: Va'hititnn and! of the rnnnsa
I. !. riLZ t.i lonjto; !>iidR Stnsia >nc! jive i o'i the :M JaflHjr* re\f. at which tine win Tt? iji Ir D-e'-'e) (c'o GrrepS.ieidid ti'Sethervith ('h.it *, C.- 1 Hmlil, vt. Aiiz'J-'tifie : f.a/etfe.; Newport Isle,1.1,0,5.

0. I i il-o 'H- diK.. o', it Je'.ireJ l tbw tU. ptr-wii t.i.in<, a.s. ttnient of Hat: U? and atm ctlcfdR ni'tire, In\, and ever* ;' .\palafhicriaamiDtr.HTrat ird.a/.tie, Fractional t >wr.hif, twmtv, rf ran. thirt? B

\\ "stV YV T R V XV f the fiH.k the : r H n rn'a' will i : f h1.L'e | ub had send lilis to the litwifhirx, ritt-1oi.. (ccqt "Cti..iii> .
1. ( a'.1
? i a 1 t ul crn ;'ir'! < ijow on place Print IP; Ku-n; I. TT ill f ic | : lt, ,
X\ \ F.. v <- .7Tl.ttlX aiJXV.i I 'I !IT> wi:,'i :i-'t j jrcha-e wi.2J uo *vi II to examn \. ':., li'an. Tuscan aid traw B i t : t d l at m.imoI.icturrsR.tItOtV price fir parr..r.t. etiteen, tituCPri mc, ihirtj ar.! thin* ,.n.. ard Si t'

the) 1 1 h lo \ Li"en l cu-k, a d Iama-k TtlJelofers ; sebCfl Scsi sections line, tv\.. three, t". nr, fi5f
M { t reI I in w t e | reent Tup i ;r< i in: ( arid I rinfirs ss ,,j
', I l I..sle4. To-eU. Diap r*. At Cabinet Making, &.C., -elm tilit, 0105. tin. rle'*n, titt. ''
I L !% ii rtiistt nj to H.fftptctt Mittoxa F >r tern, a.i to i 1. ITT1: : who res.dcs ca ;.;iiLVr, <.r J'i {Suiting l t en. f'tCpy
t> <. !. J 4Tr'i-tC., I the Plintatu, aId v 1! be LI.Y! | to show ;t. RII! N.tt (')nl.'ren's.vol I'.a', ar C pt .n e'!inate in d vail f..r l o.pARTNRHlr.-Tie; undf r-nsncil hate siIltiJt.tt omneteel', tvs. .Vy.t1Cfltyo,5,. a'dt.

-I J. V V 4.X XV NIV <. ? ..T .R 3.N & E. Also \ lar. e ad.. rtrient rf b mTi S ietin;', li rt n of fh. paper or t'ie th ni- Ire t.evth. r, anti trm this date Iwo, in tiosnihsp titlv-eocht! .f tane thit.q.,1'T.vs

v K: ,. 4. K: *. < XV 4. < :.' .T B J. N av .l E.i Mri|.cd I hirtir.i. sad I H b w'* i WI rk to he TfC'lfcd I two rfl1 p< will S. iiiiif,.d l, imltr! <* l-u-n.. -, rofi- nhi1.v:;itt t-,nut.- ir5cpt( tiitia.i

Far itf sevtral f-.e 'ra' 's of LanJ ir. va'IuusCoiintUN. rrovlcl..tls--iiiHIrS. Kr'* n. l.4:14'as.:! v ri"ed fr- The t prirtor cf hv L' NLH XIN,.HJHOr F-s. The are tuttT.siusrn, (rrept t-rtit.5 .,

i; 1 N xv '4. ** u r.n"", x i. F I liZ : lsicr,4,, Iifcvr llanaiotk.! XVa- and Plaid sitnittf, Jein. IV.W RrJ .ud XThitf li-n thi* --vtlvirti-inrfrji\ ]>ar l todo all!! doseni1itions < f w< rk itt thtir line. Si t n etit'eC( nI si.eiils- : ?. In eritsr .icy t rj

M'I L1.e..unty *re, f* m.'ir ot.r weekl, i.si.l 1 fidelity and despatch, and f>n as I'omWe t, rnw tl.ittf-Oie. ttirti.-ti.s.tb.irti-thrme. thinl.ruc.,1;,
in 4Ja4t1I! CVU1t '.I Oarre) vfndrew Pa! 3rrtmetit l Tn.-iUiirrs F'c* G< s, Perfu- fh r jwl thirtr-ii .i of(
Law!* J ':rj rt-tin4 tiUtlonrto Lw Conner anJ V n ar m r"enf !l.s' tirch i insi:\ -h or Ph1rs(1( arreplaiice a-* inv .rkim n in rinzf thirTtnireVclion

< L. I. &, Trti-t <"<,. I XX's-hinc'on conutvs, acre in lwe Arrtdondo tnt re. Cuttlery, .r. .\ll cf i* rh! will 1 I.elw' la1 t'-inii l 1il'! lu Trc e'iuntrv. The contfutd! |.attn..e of the pub- our, tnt,. t thriVe.> ftar, fire, )Y *,. ,

': J. V F i. :an.! <5 F. 1.Sr rt'. T \ R -', XV F:, Grant, Alai > Ji County Fa-t H<.rida V "I i acres on 1 ftr cakh it their 'tore ia this |I'lae. a1* a.I mo-t rtapcctlullv r>lit it* dF t1iien, -ntv.nr.| ami t .T ni.fnr. in tcwo,*,,,

v n ;. N,. i. s .. T x n N -i.d F.. the vt. Jt'li i* i < nth of LakeG erie 1 ; iacri' on their ske \lonticello. Jut. t''.. 1 -I7. P ( J. I.\NCH. tifI-tisr, and Irartioiial tn n-hip firts...i\. ,t"c,14

K i.f F.: ;. s-c .r.T 1. R 1, V and E:, the M J 'hn's Jvvr: in !1)v..I! c-.tinv Ajpiva* Orf. r r 1-17. !IS.VO (;.1 KRI> LNOrRIIOET: ( tionto.. three, ti.nr. use, and sit,) <)n Bi-

IV ,, XV : %. r *'. n, K X arid F, S'.ve.crt (Vls S-Nb: FIZIt: 4,1 treH"'idun. Boot and ] '.'>p, NorcniU-r > I is;. e.S e t.,% ," t.f rars h rts.

C mtUHItti '>.' iKTl *..* Tie M in'sjrur H. : AJ erti-. r. CclurnIMI FR.T6OFFST1g1( UJDLV. I racfi >rnah| linen-h.p ntt..ri a,en flic,15

Ltk4< jiur: wrtmj tn bclt5 to t'jcctUte! V. Y.It. >'. fun-sMvau; : ahReprH-ran.Clurle-ti ( .-urier, III MHl't.1's r 1-Ii; .: j by the latest Arrivals, of rini"" f> rtv-one.
C, ii'mbia xi.u'h ('ar linun ad Richnond Fn-'uirer ire st.t : At the Land Otfire af NEXVX\X>VILLR. ,
: BT O or Tfr nrr RrMrrif fvr i ri'Covrnt* Va.L ni xvho L.rEa''irInient: ml f fl.DY: M.XDF! ('1.0.
M. i ,
< F |. -.T .'. R J. V 3"d FN AVI i" n>t \. o n.'p -* iTti} till I-tJaninrr, and -. ndl.il menrinz cr M.i.hmv. tie ttitnthrt day if KtSralar
.
ron HOTPIij ? SHOES.
I'ItTaFT: TIlING rOOFs.
also
ectlullv 1 ; azerural as-
IV 1. s W 4, N.-C '. .. T .'. R .', X anj E.K l I :-t.i ini.t 1ce, a.i Hiulfne c i' t. T !ZEVF!S rv. ; xvoonnivrs m->:*: !ir.s7 cop.ni\L h'Jt'lit t hat 1 Is .< at j'r '- of (iltOUEIih1.( the urti'frrric-JtJcr.Kl
|, \ XV J, *s r j. T I i.I. N L
n'ic't! H. fr Ii irrliepa !D \\if is prtrpsrt J to CM ca i. II. (;.RFFNnjrO i. CO f ViZ
Mi
w.xr ,. s..r :.T1rz.Nan4 K, I >.ria.J11v ; va't.'ry. Ch> !en rtia. if :
C ?*ii'z :; u I 17, J .f7. 41 tt' Chi !lea Inlaiilurc, avi vuiaai T CoTip'.aint-e t Ch 1dren. 1- I nm n1t-s: Slid! drajeitCh. "f: 1s1 1 7 1 ."euf/i t'f I.4s. jgJ ,'f ie
of calf c.i:5' : ard .U '1 1inik
.
I IS. :
$ irtin' rtm-1 f Wore to XVillisrtj Ihll aaJ .
I L I A. Tni.t r : Sea Island Cotton Gins Fsi.i If JJ' lliihard, lute U X M...M/rr fj F.'l : 'at -h.tt I n.4 ti-e.i aid I t ,, for Gentlemens'Vear.. Tc.wnships. tv *at?->iK ar.
UT |.S IV 4. vr 1. T R 2. XanJ 1!. .tMi. : M.OOfSTI> : f F.: it-! arch l Rim- Illa'k Rro-,!MrthFa'r nile t*'n. -

Svt -> I. T -', R !. V .'nd H.K C j/pHEsuWri: ir< Lej leave loin- 7),. J 'tiot'i tiff:-.Mif Itfti 5 A few d l.vra ti ion. VE4f't4 f. >tto.- li.il. S I'J.jmers. Sitne? : '- KI vki Jean-, 1h'h S l.iisii.s; f.Vftfir-oBe. (excrpt sae:?.B4 Mf

J.N f. .<*-c ti. T -.'. R -'. \ ms! H, /V O *Jj J JL fjnulhepUiier-tl t !l.n.-'tap. -me* I r' < rVPII: the d.r i i.eh ivh.c'i. n y< 11 %% 'r* 'MnJer E''
W i. F: i. s.- :t. T -'. !'I ., X itd K.IV I-3.t iY'V f*V ? <- lf, that tl Le* are s.il llerja tdinIhe .'ijh to 'eri
J I. V I F: i..S'r1T2.R2, 5. dC, a uttirit. i -t mi, rr dI n< t he-itaJe to |t-nnoirne it 3 n I valuihlt medjwe and t- !
cuuat ; .iefr,.. ILL1!:K ILuILtNs.' ; ll.biL"d a $gr.t nan* cit.. lnih.t. for vlch itt.etinna cf (he h"sil. a. I otherTurkcuL.. an.! Ca;>< alv., a hrr* '. eV c-f ready made Tow ri'bips tvestvtis_ ad twears.thr(C cit

A. A. FfHIHR.
$fldi 4t1 Tt (' ,lU< t jf.Li-on Co. tin v i in ref. r tu ti. .-e ho hive ;j':rrY *,. d thern, j thin; at ail e.jual to .*. Miv 1 Il7. 12 K. RFRNCV. Tow n-hmps I veaty.tw sea t want.jbr.-, f

!;..ven'bo'f j:, 1-F;. P. and w.." ar.V s'.I: I n ; ti. < aii-h: th e rer'iit. tmn of : :\ irie'n'lC.I.1 etlirn Jfine- wrrnld hse part oft 2*, 1 I-t7. 11)> t s-t wi.

;'' jrie <.ir. t.Vr jirn.ns cur F'rP ( ouoi; and I : th. ri Riainc'vr I hiv i:,.d aid* ttr o.e v. .".! I NEW At the LaidOtEri-; TALLAII.V1Sr.; : .
cemmes.rnZ
Bacon, Flour, ih, rGiri 'n a.1 may nvtd it. Reqortu'.ilv.| Rifles and Shct-Guns. ; I 0 Mi.r.dsv, the -v.nti, div f } eh'uar,
'nf*: X u.HI/IN*. & .'r<,- Centres.He v' 'TXIIF! stiiribsr4 mt.lJ { !
T% II1AKY: ;. KILLIARD.:: SSORTCD T Ue .k'pctal ct tif public lands
within
r | Gi. : 4ior.c. LV Powv N. ,ii': F. Man JL t., the choif *
>*. ; wra'i- *, puMic reif.d arc! r i'v S. I. LURNEY. !t. i rrrr.ti' nf d fwi..* !} jrd ?arts 'Vt ro-Tn-hi, ,. i/-
Ca-k lan!; llamn. :; _':f . 1. wi'h all 1<> in'>ri feT.ert From Jjtnjfnti ltfirCnr, Klifor of th* se( nfrt'e it 1 (JOD\( <,rr rerein iy \ : ..K.'K r J", 1 I' .7. 1(1Caps. Sutit'u tif te Leeie liii' a', 1Vt't of ide

I .Y> Pou'/e' Gir -. r' i : i *< it'i ail I late IT* rorpm ? _7le. j Fii'line.: Their s'nrk haS .

nt t 'i I'xtra: F Xfsand Rrheie, I. t at I I fn,m the mt fa-lu<>i. Frartierat township two
AXOTHR Lir'r. iKrtbeast
I SAX.i> HY THK CORDIAL, cf }'arSe,
rx;.>d. ra'e rate*. O-iJers f r Gin. ttI r.'fatrirtpi. i York anti, h iMiigtwn !' :rant, of rar:c r.>jerr.ii.ti .
ft KM Ill.Ti-Mmr, .. .Iflrr F&ifi trian'i nfciil Fi fcilft la krtrfit.Jr | Trprfirn'rer f'!' i I I.'-* arrni!*. '<'i i (1' z. Cl tH -
flAil bt i<. d.,,..... frnii! Floor, ti.dir- to V\NCK Z.tRNS | they are en-iM .d ti fun.i-h | 61.. '. 'I fj -, f. r <.e P.''' r'tnand It..i.s! ret ..ni t. wr- hip CD?, ncrth.a l at Fcibt,'
!4ay. l U 5'. Mari.fa. I.Ir,4lrDr Sir:-I tak :r* af f lea ure iov. of
prcpOIiOri.tvy grant fa:>ce two
I U. tu w %,.. i M.i- ken I. ; i'c' l whith wi iv.' ,ti i i rk '. xvL .
3 B-MT I I. :r -1: %: ;'] -. I .ir .il* l w Li dial n fr'.tn Ii tl tt.rir if vr: II nt.rv: C. AD'Y MAD &. II. .RhENBHRG: &. CO Itt ttIVTd| .1 1 rtion tete.. four. nine ?ea. f rr.f .
l -tin its virtue* in MV nn f.inily. Mrs .
rV-r JIMT. I'l AM RH) F. HOC. Furniture. .V 1'1' Ii rn and 'itf n. ir a frin r Indian r -'r'*. *iid ec-
,
(;.r.ler as 1.i t ?inim' ru .1 Cii1 ptly atar il is if the !S< -t f f '
ti.sfl4 l
> twent.eiz"t
lweiiy.tvV. tbrt.tw0
Notice.i UST[ f. r .%** V with tint dis< -.< :ioVl 1 at! rah rrt.t.i unlital ikillh V fjrd dirt-cilv n-it'er the thirftl'r aa
_ J : t-f )'. -4!IV.V 4. I. bilf-d ft.ir ft '. timer Fall and Winter Goods. Ill tow-Kll ours. te"n.icp; two. wr>fnt
d
eea in its > rN t<> rvni'i.e t'leeJi-rvc s&iifc-Pwu is \ } ccry4' d
: af i s IV r.iV'y or atl! rd lelief a'id TI rehenst'iri, r, te be {h \Ii h I piircha-ni{ may rty U| '>
esan \ RKC KIX: f.D fn n New Ytik, bj Cn. Henr! Af palchcela; riser. et lame .iht.
I.; .4! R. U i i ltri ", ,, v..df! tvonlJ
net survive rrurli loner |
unItrlh !:, a iir.'t irtmint f riff.ocal Oavsn.hirs
o.-- ttrfjetrept the Wflthw.
(;.rti.!%, |>r.-an hi'inal a -e.ait and v.'ecri. LY.r' r ; tfrarti
'
I inter.-rf :i fdiv I in hi<'S s'i'.. laS *
wis: > T\LL .?. /> .
!
I.. IV: hI.. ii !.'. I lr) ite 1t l f,> ard 'r i I bath I rermir-e 'ir insl itMCcn.i! ..!. and IKfurehe "
toy '
f. r a di" li itv'r j"n-.ii.I a lTiiM'r.itiufi. I niarhe f.-inJ tie t.lirwin Hardware! iur wf-t.t fc.ppila Lake <.*r.pifr.c.ti -
V'se
HULL d PRATORIUS ; *. soil 'Willow U'ar
hid taken tmttlrct ,
em* I'it. rvlIwtV! rKaiatd
I
X....i'i iKr j-. iM" i IT- I i wak IJIk French Cloth. Fro I IRri'Yin l antI FIizz"1 Nail.. and nal erfn.il Spcfietis T, seven aid t!.!r'vrt,)
Iron
?.
: ind after t kmj two rr.i< vr.tiu ct.rkd I feat! |
At lie ue df ra'i.rice..
i usJr
fcrner lore l ihr .Vnlinrl (Of/ice and aij trivia. Ireen. ( aul
LEWIS & AMES 'hit I am imM.'< 1 fo \\fortttriift Yua can u.- .. Sht.t uar Boilers, JLc A.C. Fraffioflawtinr! Iw.rctv-two
opp.J'ilr lic t trnix IiIJa | G tha, Mist ri.i.rd. atid! Fir sale to' twt-rity-ltrfe led
1 thi' as vr>i rn iv e | rnrD t vnit -finr. I tP. lira
: en rain
I' 'lvjt aid H.ai.ket:: (> *. in Uwr.-Mp twuaf
1)7..tLR i\ \ RK \ J\V OPF\INi4f I (; fine .rd 1 wf I'' 'fr l EiitaulaJuty l. ii';. JILNJ. GAtDNR. -id P *.Vi' < totll Oltll it ;i 1t. Ii, 1-47. 'j LLOYD i ILXGGNotice. rarietuent-is. .

nnr'N.; M:IeN: : : !:*, r\xT! : ())1'.s. *\. J-. rtu.vt.l n i L'MHs I \sslMrf's.: vFsr.: and, ilie Ut'1 Jfn. I ant.i n
'. Tout Uii'Zcs: rfrfucirry, if.. \Win: lovr fia! I I\.Na' : dr.\Ur\l\ut; : 4 I.01 KING;. Ihesrrat Worm Worai! WO.MP; ...ue.Uu! Ribbtfddo.. ;, ,. three and tirtv-.r. <*n tte main Uid. in ttwt
j jp V art a .A t.s.c t>' .t..Mfd III 11it :rft, of tf.*-e K"vt!> R Vlhl'UF"S)1 X\OIJM PECJFiC Is a fe do. aao! ''Ietd | pcr-or in'Ieh: J t '> e estate cf Thomas J. oieard trarfinal sectt'r.aeight. nin*. tw.1se.ss.entesn.tw'ntvfour.tnaa'tive.tw.ntsixte t.
,:\TI:n- E&Ip. AD (OLffl a" a it th.ra iu &yi,.r *d ai:i who w .h t"> iirthe *% Lcthiira. iiceeaep.l.} ri* ht-rthv I'tieiI t" mike '
| 1iack: pit.J I
and tf.cunt rrriidv fir XXV.rms 'Fri I it. As '.1 l j-cr Sitin- | l patI !-
: ? .' ( !: WflrC, &c. I i d I It1tEVU. *,,u WV I &i! \>t 'I Is call ar.d! xainiiie :nj.d a. the be't 3,1.1 ctci'ip: n lie! chespet.ERfl \ .:l-t -. i I'lt: :J a-Iim: .i-! .. pi'vir.til ; -id .i.l tho<. hjvinz demands i seCen and lwcrt'-r.cieuri: the main land in lo.TBship

riHK n-iTi' v "-i hiui, iuu for ile t ILe irK > it H. tid 1 '.. a grr.l tax .'i tin e *j.i I |ta- ( VICVFES. Ma/'ir1.i. J-c. XcT th.t 5Cruiit5, j roj ers a'tctd.t. to the lv i>.rt raize tIV 'Vt&tSCii.

J. low ,t ark. tiet: >'. t ennnitratc Ill ilir'rrrrit s''I.| $ aid tZteir.s Icase :igrieJ, who is iU\ -u'hiri'td '.' -, 1' tie Fractional towrvl.i > threc.cn tie irain lart (
: |pi 4t certify that I cave Ir) XV C ir i s this ,.-y.rtrri -r.t : -ur- it to .ix th3t aI chiM') '.f nine, and in a.horttineit lirciu }ht av.,v y< > ( a -.Ljeri 4.1 d \ ,.-t VI.i t > JXMF.S1 ARCHKR.jrfnt CCVi ssttiuticOne, thrtr.si.een, iclen ard tw.D-
tXV 'tt arria'o I nortii,ri >A t !.i-e "I In. ar.J! co'erttre ct Hiltilt.a' \ for M.ifTirpt I'ntl. r_ _' 'I'mirii-trafriT. ,.--'.. .,. I ,
Jm ri'.iwei J lite 1ditiori41
*v. ir.s. JOXKPJIMuccsee SIlIVEY.! I .n part ot : Nupriur i |
i : "a\tct3 i: .! if,' &i.l IN <-! tfn, d If I-7 1'J ....iDccf ; tht Z'ase line and IIa\t
of thimtrtjtan
i >',li.-H i vrr* article EVf t ttit.iit ttVk is <.{ slit t,
aid
a .
r m .4 <>f turteii, \Vnil
(1.L4ser.rtueiit the loiv-t
Tr.ey wo-U inei.fun tv4t t ve ( LOTUS are cf 1.ir..iy I Itt. X'.oodrufi's XVcrm Specific and itbrcu hj d >., FanrT Plaid and vtr.' l OF KFNTITKY.t : anrr river of range ftorteen.oitk .
tr. .t. |1.4 of flie tin.'.? texture, i!.et. ,t Fn li-h wi i... F rm h j I I mot fashiiia1e \ I ,\ vf the ba+r line and East tf the frine.pel
j.i stees
tHNTNE.
t. a war.I t iVYiy >> w, rms and in an.thvr ca-c, it cured one oj h-cr:btr.a- tfi( rid rt szentof the said
1 dcl .
E4 p.r.EN..! ..( rs.v .ziJrriur vjw.ilily. w< ( 'd' ,< ) < As, rI..dV.fl: wi ind t black, fiiv nctro wnrjf c f T'ntiot Te'e Worm. IanevPlaid.ifini, do r. '-tf.rsfi rsal.. ip. tutrt.*. nn>l is/wt 7i'YiJSOIi.
Just "la fntisn do CaiI I re'iohard ..rLiaatcX! el< ths.dj. Car '.,. V'.1vyta ('ashnerf arula Sect je0s Twelve tl I.ir'een, fourteen, twenty, twtB-
Ijr.e < Tuiiut <
r"iji< -- >< XVJutesvi.le.G 1MV. JOHN J. LIT1LEI tn 51511 fiurchastts, about Four 1 l h< n'ar.d AIM:
: (;.viriir.cns.: : } > nt h IVicv ( an r Vtlrtt Plu-h. ;... -...c.AL V'V XNI). ,ttuttid in IhrcrLiitv i f Jack", in the t-cne, \vfhty-two,!want!-three.tweuiv-four.tweo.;
X'KST1\ cf fineUaik S.n ; < ti..fis
fneph.,1 JttS.fc I twent-.it
cfrtifv tit I Dr) U'codrufl's it| J .. rtda. AlsO his /'i: / to Locate twer.tv-seveu, twent.eihr,
on t. r. rt; I 5 : .' t.si- 'ii i XJ--I ILvv & Co. ; V..xjllen Wl.tt, ( ahra. tell aid PoUarirtt, rav Specie to anitI O. AX A fa a twcfity.nine. thi-tv. thirtv-two, Ih.itx-three, thirt-
A1- ,1:I HV. .' .,f eieiire IR\VI: ANI) CrroG jnd \ ', l ky 'sh \c34 1:1 had health. It brjusht ansiimrecti.te' Hatnt e\teri
--r r ('Icrebi t .* i. \!. it< rt y checked rfT) f,ur, thir: -flve and that*.-u, in toc>hip cceif
t'Lf. :.: .Ip! 1 l"t ol i'i.i l > ot t ilu( <| aiut. AU RF.\I: > irM\UK.LolHING-' ; .Vr File %Ak. health'! J I'iie :" ..,on tcp'v'tedlii. Linrn and ('< tf n Mu:,, aK *e IjntHwrre '* !. cfe l af rn catty date.h* ranze fie.Te .

ler! lor b41.! t tin- if t 0411 pric..i. I'eiii'L tire t.d THOMXSIXnDCt Hk:! Ilal: Silk Cravf t nee I indze, and at c belies ed to be amongst t
? t < i tr cK t'.c.ts, d >. r:r:1il.! wool <\lIe >wn-hia ore, and 'ecficm twenfy-fiv.. tvrec'v.
I.I.XV1-; AMEN 1 1... d'.Frtucti Ca- iintr S>ck Coat 4. Doe-skin d>., >wtt Ccunfy, Ca., Ja-\usry, 1M7.rrj' Fancy Satin ito 1 m Lu, ccuLty. %Mtwent,.-even, twenty-eiihtlhirt-ihre.thirf-

T1ihac'4'. Xor H.'MT 2'J, I 1. J 7. Is '!'j. i' k; aid: f& icy cloth Sack n.ixrd d e. kin Rich 1-ancr Sitm and ? I C. H niTONT, tot.'r. th irta c arid thirt- iTand
<
| raati For sale bv Ltm &, Ane', **>]. Afenfs. Tal- Plain do s-art Jlvnt / D: A- D. A .f iy. town-Lip>, c: a
black (.
c' -a f re loth .c< LId iiTer-r j3t<, black *, rafle arc.'vrI. .
Iaha-e al-o, bv (the l.ilUwir peronR. Manniru. !, Ju-e I JO, 1-n. 17 lv
Notice.A
-
(.j .ak*. 1'.inttzleooart t fii,.e fcUrk (( ai>itrr, n, !iiiirn. Jriiv L.nd Hhk i > .\ ff t'ie lose /m and H'tit ef l\f trinnszl
Let n t ..im?, Jane it. Reard P. M Murosookie.
LL >a creditor. 14l'O4', entitled to disAtntUti d-> a treat rinHv of f.ucy ( a..ir.r j
or .4.rni-' inUr. eilt i:, !j'' *' .t i\'e' IV/. ot t Vet! d iriti<.n. M.litsr! Leon Cturilv : S F. Purne, Mieeo..ookze (!l'aTe-, <> ) M. D. PAPY orc,north if" Fcbes GraLt,5 Ii'I
Sinuel !
Pulton. fr'izgi.t. Mor ticello JarntHm I
.< ji.1 i < uith, Ut' of I, -.tti ( o-i it*'. <1 -r _-oJ, are I rnuitiiii )Ho.e-* Sriirts..lr -, ( raiat,, sell J cf rar je ..oi.Fractional.
Qu-ncv. Ju-hui l>;ivn '.i'f Cd-dn Count D. Hake 7 ; 5 fa. 5
L.i5y '.titi".! to \i! S t ti..-ir < !jiiu-> aij t!< tjiauciim.lhiii ad, J-l.U XS'>'k., "sj,1 endcrs. and alir.cat eftrryfhlfi:; I P MV. f ''i P.i'i'ct Leather! Shoes, .--'V- .. __ i.iv tcwcshp one,ncrth rf .} qrhes Gran:,'
: r. ttuhoochie and XVca. Po\ve.r' M .
t"o \O4F' ti.i:. !! ;> 4.afr 1 i the uiiu< r tiej.rtb Coti'jirteJ, with I, a |(< litlrl.,ar/s! outMli $. chanf Marmnns : cr- S:iould' r Lrat- *, &.-. i.c ILL Prutue iii alt the (.' nrt- in (tha 3hi.le 1 of rane -.n.

.. wn..' w ill l, '. .-rc.t! an 1 a" i)or% ,tw i.Zr5.h l I It *. P an pr .}.ared t to execute .l1!1 rrdtr* eccord. f ] Cr'iic.: Oiee: on fie r-r-l tl.-'rcf the Cjp-; ) Vctu.r' ore, two, e'evtn! twele, thirteen. fet iii.to. ii
i-"i.f I II. ]14I. 4
'. *ai.t tLdv arc n j,..romitlt-. O'-t, Srtn, J 1.17. ).ith win?, turn f.rictrlv cccuptcd Ely tie ii. tteen! tssen'-fw,,. twin.Iv-thrae. twent.ZtVIr: ,

1nt. !,.\IRKK SMITh, \. I? 11. the n \t arrirals we ex-tit' to receive For Sale. irv nt the. Itrrtttrvtnutr Ti.snityii..twei.tyseTnsrs mtp. 'ucI-

Nfw.tnIe4.t II. I I'Z7. 17 it A
O :tcbT !f". I-547. I'lLecu Till! i"11.knrwn and fettile tract cf land.! in Co rucuiJ: per Sihr : In.li.in Rtr e.ire aat trati..n if suction thirthiee *;-

Wakulla County Tax Collector'sSM V .'!., < i.iit', F: -t Hi rida, known a< ('tin.a' .Ji"T (; : .3OZLN EV1iItIIf in the same, ard efticn-, thir'j-f* on, tbirtt-

:. Circuit Court.IN Fm rrv, (i.tjmin* c ie I hu i'\ficrr* if hrnl clean d. Ot tid.. Tn, i-,7. l : AT LAW t>feandthir.iTm township mop aemtienstwplsr l 'I
and at tl ,is time in a f i e .teIe t I.e c,. iifatun, miS thirl.t-n. tssntv-tirep, fwmt -fo r tweufj-Ji
1)Y % jTl'2.' (.l f thf aui.i. ntf.ti in tnc liv liw, UMNUUi.CreJilor all the rierearv hiiitiins! l(>r the Cf nifort cf the 21 ) Clulurr, Florida.! tounti--ix, thirt -ive and! th:rtv-,.T., in l< wrskir
.
.1 J I \hat t'.i- .1! tv I.i v.< 'I 1 ii.n: 4 iJ *' J.ill fur fttltirunt f Fixate farmer, iich as Dwelling) H I..u..c. Kifrren. Meat .L attend the Ju-tic.- turfs nfGds'enI two ard Ctii 't t ne. two. riCe. ten.e'neuacd tLort V

t\\\. I PI Irmit ,! t'i- < .irt Iku,i-, in tljccoun- I Jan, C.: };r
t4. XX jVulia, Sl t- .,l lond'. other CrcJltors bf \. M Cialhii. Cainnlainantitl ue of fI1tFI, lcdi.ea., Alw>, e'd l 9ta:),e< arid CnS, 3IoctircIIo, Jtffrrson I' urt HI rvu adidte .t < unfit ti

Turbu'tK. lItton. Srdi ci-h Per-ions v i hinj to I1Itihae will da well to Stistinet I O \ '
$wlwt'czs '!. u-.i.l Lour, the iiiliumn! :* piece* CrrcEI A. Retfrn. l'T. \Vife. Eec. > | and ot the iractiiIcl trwB Lip J'iree we-: cf Clicct..whatttty Tn

.iot LuA l, 'iz utrivoi A. M. (iatlin, and other, JJrfenJanttWIIIIKKAS call and examine for thtttsr-Ites. Ea-lrrn ( ir, u.t.l hi liruljMoiiticello rn *r: tf r r e itentlurtThieantlthirtv.it .
U. S. MAIL
L.A nutii'tr K, rouliitnnz 174 arnti, ami kn'n liv in order made I,? his Hone RrKKTCHARLES.:! : Auu t i,', 1 St-eli. ns tnprt-tousr, tsientv.C-e. tweruy..ix.
('ohiunus, FiiV. .Auzn't21, 1S17. 5 4tnNotice. ath
Iu., Rii Sirc*, a< L.ir<2tnjr t< (hv uri;m.lm I.kJI.LAa, Jm'pe, on the l 1.1 1).. .SJS rUtIMY 11 township thiee.f tang. athPS

t.., uidf i h t A-4 IljiiluM, > irt._%< r. AMI! l h..t. crBilx-r, I HI", in the a'jote *;it it led i V$u-.e, the uruli rsiijicd Z.:1%% () 5I enten.

$ Vr 4.e. I ', 41. 4.l 41, ll'il I I !r.j, Z.Jf.a. '.)IE '.J, i was a loiMeJ, auon otter thing<, to take Town-hip three, cf range tlirtr.

;.*, 4; I :., 7 "l,7 M, XJ .', ., 1, 7. cC4m.taiIellZ 14. an cuui.l of what u due tu Com; lainaiits It r thti SIX months afti r &te, the aetin* Ftfcutcr cf the 15HOCKE\nUOllI I.anJ- appreFrit.dLcy f law /or tk n-e of chfot*, lb

<*4tii .in" jctt". ati
wit Ii interest tliereon and tlecea-id! will nake application; to the Hnn J&i.J.e the -ale".
ftIIt' tv .i J IIICU'M r arc ir tli "That the (.f Probate ot Let.u C'ounty fir lettm cf dismiatonas'cecutur IVM H. IJKIX KEM.RUI: ; > The ofleriraf cf tie land will be commercod Siii'l'tiZn
cy tia.1rby \ j IUrtii4.li], Mror. "r, aajd I \Ja.lcr do cau-.e an adverti,etnent V : TO CKVTT\1U OCHI2,
All (tie s.t d4IIbd! l lot* ol *L&nJ *.itutcil, Iv- to iw pub'i'hcd! in the 1 lonr'iaa,' a fleII paper (1 said estate Middle ni.t.t* in tiine to attend he carristi in TWO HORsF. CO\Hr the iai- app )iu' in July 17,1; N17. t3 Cn iroiit.and of Jaik> are adterti .'d, with all ccntcniest dis-!
published weekly llahis-ce and it.
iaz beii..z lila \VAulUon Ihc such
in r ti'iirc,
tiein >t Mi.iula i K i.
until the wh le have and
hall been
i.te } the XV4Vu U I\ncr hfin Cf liatiMin3f other public as he shall think fr patrli cfered
a |>orli n \> newspaper proper, Notice. 'vjpnmeand rd.r.l C an.l l iturda*Is. St t) o'clock, P. M, arrive
the creditors the aid < the sales tEns clcd l>ut no sale hall be kept
ol MIred
& 1'.ri.e' 1'urclo atil kti u.4 l >> M Gatlin to
Is ? upunIh. a5j come Iftt'ttil fxr/i -iiredi* <, 1 to> o'cock.! P. AI, in ,
t\r
iirWv to
>n >rttv .i( the \i>jhrir! ,U LinJ: Cuinpafi) in txlre lilni. acil prove their debts, on or before the SIX months after date, the Admini *rator of lr> claims take the Mail Rout for Apal.tchicola Leave cf en longer than Iwo weeks, and tie private entry fan
the I nited
rJ will tes..kI Li i1il l tli. ir Mate and, County Tax tirat d4V of Ma* next andlhat kucli of the < re liters of William H. kilpatnck.dtcea-ed.! will agaimit ion of .' Vednesd.ivs anti sundj\-.at I, P. M, > .f I the bnd will be idmitttd until alter the tlpnation e
proatciut \s hitti
1utrQuIlSy ot XX'AulU. l lur the >rar 1MAHIJMI hiiktial) not coinein and I pro ctluirdcMabr! the tune pre-ient hm accounts and vouchers to the Honorable %% alit.tc.i. srraiit; Quincy same d.is, o o'clock." P M Fare, ol thetIlo weak,.
.
MXI.L hrnllav ( aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of this decrrc Jud :eof Probate rf Jcfierson County, and ak to btdichanted in ( T. D. WILSON Given tinder r"> )and at the City cf Wa hin trB.

nI ex.o qiei, I' : Collector XVAulli Co. and that such per-ons not parties to the bill, *. Admmistrafor of said e-tate. March H: 1"17 3t IProprut., this rwtntf-thnd day of October, Amino Dcmini tee
r.
().i.4ii I .. 1-17 IS who -liall como in In-fore the oaid Master to prove July n, ts47 r-j cm Private be at tl.ousjnd e:phi hundred and fort -se,en.JAMES .
can
conveyance jrocurtd
their ,Jhts. d.i, lief ire tlicv are admitted directors, I any L's'. the l'resident. titoaScHi

Spanish Regalias. itiiliute to the complainants tl eir |roportion Cf DR. J. REESE'S niX months ai er d.tte. I ?, 1M7. 1C 2m K. POLK

Jl sf riHv.ite.-d prr P.n? Lucv, and the) esjM IIMM cif this iit t, to be settled by the said O cuiint and vouchers to the RICHARD M OCNO( ,

20,000 t r-U l.yL Matcr." An: l it wa-( sloi.rdert-I. tlsat "an account LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. in and tur the County of ; DR. J. S. BOND Cvsnmi..si.uier of the General Land Office.

X 11. ( IN1.RG &. CO. itf taken of all $o< uiltl<'s or Collaterais )la Id bv \tie li>cfiarze as \Ji nni>trator
(MiVr317. i l', reditors rcp>*rtiit h and, a report he nadeof t.e! Tr:RSONS cf feeble c titutions and those cl sedtntaryh jranthain, Ule of said county his irofe'ionalomcf* to the citizens NOTICE TO PRE-OirTIOX CLAIMANTS-

V %arne, and ot the \t\w\ of each." And it was also \ bits, a-, ultra truuhled with habitual lallahas-te and surruundin:; euuntry. Every p. rn entitled to the rizht of pre-einpti

ndcreJ that all parlir ua\ lie exitiiiticd upon inl ('o-li Scum "- wtiieh otr. n exerts a very Lntavcrab.c M >'iticello, eftftnoer 1 .,1 at Col Fisher's H tt 1 1. toativ Kind-, within the 1'init-i.f the lnv\n-hii* ait
Dr. J. H. Scales nfl their
<'rrnat.iriea ant! icuce upon treiirrai health which M particularly 29, |sj7. 4'> tf
iure if
pr < a1 li.l., and pacer| in rart< tuwr.ships abte erurneratcd, IH rei.nirfd"etal
sciGN: DENTIST. their i-todv or juwcr, relating tin left', uhiiirl oath inanilr-ted bv irrtjuaritr.il M.t total toss cta Coffee.OA >liNh t! e-ane to the ati-tartirn tIthe Resi-"r

;_ !* i.'i..I at; l ln. .M R .-.tt4 at J. L. Dervl-; !*'f',re the sjid M i-tcr, as the aid Master shall di- ; petite In this condition ol th system, this aricle U. S. MAIL LINE and Krcr.Tf ,.f tie pro{ er La.nl Office, and tri
WILL rert is confidently reci mmtnded with the a_><;ur tice! JU .S OLD JAVA
I ijotrdiii hI.i14t'] that! if the dne H proffily aJjUs'ed so not to C\J fri di Rio
as
1. fo.. 1th4, uIe" :s. :i en..e4.- Ni.'i thcrrlora. all pvr.onv rlahning to be creditCr ttt;, nvtuf. arid hetore I thedj* appo.r.d fur themencencent '
V (ci Slid .' M. (;atlici hercty uove the bowels too actively, relief tea; be reliedipon -"i do. Lttruirt 'OL.V .
*5 liaviuj JiSit r.'ctncd a laieii/'l| < 11J ksnd ar ii pursuance ofV4id cf the puMic sale rf the hod'. ercbr -
rn*lfi.l j .|>< rtjiiiin. ft. Ins prt i. iti'i, ii now ordi r, ii'tiIie to ir.hiee thiir lairn,, oil the without any or even the least unpleasant conequenccs Jut rectmd and tin: ti, tract claimed, otherwise such claim will'
( IoJctiera iii tiji-reof ind resulting I from the use cf common purgaie Sept IS, 1>47. y V
: |.f..p.iTr4t4b iifrlnn am fjiention, wiihncatiiles'ittcli .$ Siit'ZK'rt all colhtera!. am be frkittd.
ns the* tnt ai>proed II4I.4his'wt1 .ernrilie4 twref.'r! hial'ote me, it my ('tlhCd irS Tails- nudicmei u uall> re'sortid to RICHARD MOUNO,

,1'F7.Icrsey I l.ai ,rr f the IStntral IjanA Vff.et.
r>lh< rw.sc comply with flu precisions of the qame, preventive properties t>l tliis medicine b* u.injc it on Tallahassee to Macon. Nnyrrr.htt' Nt7. 1u ltw

Groceries & that thicy! may \>f adinitli-d partit's lo the Mid uit. he tirst intiiuatione fan approaclimgattack 'theta 1 forli/'tico hours from Tallahassee to --
.c. in
are some constitutions lial>,e fo regular attacks oflilliou :>. JI.Comaission M.Ut'1I.N
Dated this third da* of lJt ;i: or) MCRO; KIIM\S\: : 10WLK Fever almost airy fall to rich the use of HAVING tenders Ins in trftJnys,
Master.IVecmbT and Xrrthant
1c\ bj.ecial Ins lit lime lo take the .Matl) Boats on Forwarding ,
medicine
..f <{ j-> tt JIio' aL", a line trlicl*, 4, I--I7 2I1( tf is recommended beginning to use it in the various branches of his
\vith the tie, .
fourth
U.r.wt'4PIC1t.l i jy the middle of May "r first of June. and! / lot rottra! tnet,
success in
Those whose diL'C.li,e orcan are feeble nfren rt. xpencnce Stage will leave 'lallahns-ee on Mondi* NTXV-ORLKANS.: LA.D1'Y1N6. .

l'r.pirt'l Coc'i4. Notice Patience a sense of fullness, weight and oppression of Dr.beinz Ii refers able the to pica-** those public to
'S R.4 1 Cm, rant Jelly, licrcby given to all ptr-o-n inttrcsftd that sirconlh bout the stomach alter *atmg, will find this inedi- Col XV. T. MOCKTON, Dr. in Macon, (eta Qui iicy, minbiul:e, New- XVARUINfl.attcrdtd to with promptneSS.RevEa 1
IS Amcncus, and Perry,) on Tuc-ela* ,
Sa'lee ciuie afford almost immediate relief. TO
p.pj'cr after date. shall
final Gen C H DUPONT Dr
present uiv account ,
M 1itrd. i v.rV njperlur,) and vouchers to ttie lion. Jud. e of Probate in and Ladies near their confinement often suffer from Ofnce opposite the M E and Saturdays, at 10 clock, P. M!., in J\o XV. A ROT LE, L\THM & BAft!, Ig

X', lute U int? \ i >e :>'. lor the County oh| JefTer>nand appl for a disrharzeat heartburn and costiveness : to rich tins article is on at their residence as usual. the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on A. Hr -TWICK. S S. SlBLEY. Ig'I
V recommended XVednesdats and Frida,. at I o'clock, A December ft; 1* 41. 20
it te ,
I.jin, *>Pal, l.iI.4c.,1 ditto, the Administrator of the estate of Anna Urooks uglily as can used without the Stptrmber? II. 1M7
; Ytwiii.? HVMHI Tea, (*er* dne,) late of said Couity, deceased past danger, and with creat benefit. In tick or nerv- arnvnm in Tallahassee on 1 ucsda**. Thurs
V headache invaluable Salurdas, at 10 o'cleick, P. M This line Notice.QIX 'I'a
., ;: Giinpuwdt r .1.. lUi! k ditto, JAMES R. HROOK1 004 it is Notice.JIX

I X w ic-ceiiH4 j Ia-r Urii NVwea-tle from Hr ton.t.Eu JefFerson County Oct. 3 15 tm This article will be found to act as a pleasant cor- months aflcr date I with the Central Rail Road.Savannah, Au- month after date, I hall pre-ent mY account
; : II. MF/i' dial and tonic, reform:; the appetite, and at the O Q and Western Rail Road to Co- O ami! voiKher* to the Hon. Judge of Probates 'ap
;i and vouchers to the lion Ja. It also with the Mail Lint-
Odo'r I. Ih7. 1i Gt same time fulfilling every intention that the commoniuruaties ( connects tetftrson count, and apply for letters of dimii! W*
Fancy Goods.KSOIi are intended to effect. It purely vc. and for the County of to Chaftahoochie, and thence to Apa- as Administrator on the >tate of Henry KcldlxrJ.

NEW STORE. table, and when used according to the directions cliartjc as Administrator de Passengers can (TO from Tallahassee to late cC Jetler on count, deceased.

YPRILT.E I' :, P.laik Gro. do Rhine, rill be found an invaluable article, c peciall.* to t those of Everett Vhite. late of said in three days, and but one night will be HENRY fiREENBERG, Adzn'-
\ I l Finbroidirtd Moii' 'Im de Lame, flirted( with the road between Tallaha.-see and Macon.
pepsiaDerangement of the Liver October 10 1M7. U Cm
GIOKI: : 11. MI: IXXISSI
; now rcfnvini and < iKnin! 9f the store nest door French, Ginzhanis, Tartar Plaids, Prepared by Debtor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, to the cuacfurt of those who may patronize Notice.

I I tt) Mr. JJiirn.V', a cf" 'ral as* Collar
ristn .f DKY GO; ()U<. IIAKUXVAIti! { ; GKUF.1UI trimmed and untrimmed, Ic:. BARNARD, Jr's, F\RE: A David Retld by m*,"
V Linen Cam Hdkfs French h Kid Gloves, PIECES Kerses, ) Tallahassee to Qiui neY.$J OO; to Bainbridge, for a NOTE payable to
which lie will cll: 12. Druz
at Tallahassee
I 4 : >, Vr., tc, cry Store, 5 0 hold hn for near the amount, and he reu'
I.vlies and Misses Silk (;l in\es Micon papers
pun DANIEL LADD Newort scyg, 5 tales Lowe!) O> to fr-W. of Januai
1.we.tI.rire4 Gcntlernens printed L. C. Hdkfs Domestics rt ilo. SAWYER to exchan-e. The note is due the first .
1 Ct a new article, bales -1-1 WRIGHT i. Proprietors.By nev
J-:7.: Monticello
)-ti4 rr .t and daffd in February lasf. 1 will not l"l
ne ,
I lit. Sraifs and Cravat do., 10 bales Neero blankets. JOHN M. YARN Agent.
I Now reccniri. Bri s anit Fmelme Quincy, hats and Just the Planter's HoteL Tallahassee C. said note, unless compelled by law.
i in
\ Vf dIV! ,* I.MV1S AMES. for wlo I Jiwbv GKO: 1 H.! !Ff.lNNI. Ant for Thnmu county, GecrrxM.y Afjent at Mn NATHANSin Quincy. December 1t IS 17. 22

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