The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
December 25, 1847
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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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proach to them, and a shame upon our common country.
SENATE These facts show: further
JAMES H. T. LOR1MER, Chairman.J. 3. Rest/Iced, That It is the duty of our Government to require satisfaction IK : I I t.
be from the sixteenth ;
That if the to
Pint- benefit derived
citizens and .t.
of ,
P. SANDERSON.SECTION of Mexico for the jnst claims our payment
lions indeed be limited Ibo inhabitants of the ? i
REPORT.The of the is to to i t
RELATIONS-MAJORITY of the expenses incurred In the prosecution to't'n-Lil
which such section is situated, the land selected by for -
4. Restored, That if any Territory shall be acquired by us, at the 2
referred 1. Be it Retailed by the Senate and House of Representatives close of the war, in satisfaction of the claims of our citizens, and in those townships in which tie sixteenth I Ctol:1 are deficient, or i.. .& :
Committee on Federal Relations, tot'hom was so of tlie State of Florida in General Assembly C01I ned, That indemnity for the incurred in the prosecution of the war, it which the sixteenth section are included! private daunt: rnui, *. :
War expenses :
much of the Governor's message as relates to the Mexican beg the power claimed by some of the States of the Union for Congress is the right of the people who may inhabit such Territory to decide long as there aro no inhabitants of such townships," be legally .>f t:

'leave to of the United States to exclude the institution of slavery from any whether the institution of slavery shall exist there or not ; and any no usc to any one. :r
REPORT: territory which may be hereafter acquired, rs of vital importance to attempt by Congress to prohibit its existence by law.'ouM be a direct Second=That the sixteenth sections, and the land selected by the

f! That while they' cordially\ unite with his Excellerfcy in expressinga" the slaveholding States, and demands the serious and profound attention I I violation of the compromises of the Federal Constitution, andan State for. those townships( in \vuicli the sixteenth sections are de f. ,

deep and unfeigned regret that each and every effort on the part of of all men at the present momentous and interesting period, in insult to the srvcreignty: of the Slatt-s. cut, or are included in private claims can be of no lawful use '+

the National Government; heretofore made, to bring the Mexican war" consequence of the impassioned excitement upon the subject of *!avery 5. Rcsnlrrd'fhatti.restrictionknown a* the Wilmot Proviso," any one, so long as the inhabitants of I lie township toLd: these ,

to a happy and honorable termination, has been wholly unsuccessful produced by tbo discussion of the Wilmot Proviso" introducedinto whereby it is i atvmptfd to appropriate any Territory which may he lanil> belong arw either too few, too poor, too ignorant, to prouder !,

f' they feel constrained to dissent from the view expressed by the message the last Congress, and other exciting causes. I acquired to the 13t' of one portion of the confederacy to the exclusion 10 indolent, to at ail themselves of the u'.1 them.or do no I

t : in adopting the declaration! that Mthe war exists by the act of SEC. 2. Be further Resolved, That, in the opinion of this Gene. of another, or any and all such attempted acts and provisions, would er the advantages: to bo derived from them, worth their time and al. i:
; detail
Mexico." Your committee d kern it unnecessary to notice in ral Assembly! a just and correct interpretation of the Constitution of be odious usurpations of power not dvlegated; by the Constitution, unequal I tention. smust

f the reasons for such dissent, and woulJ simply remark that the annexation United States vests in the Territorial as well as Stale Legislatures unjust and oppre*i\e in their effects, and to which that portion Much therefore, of the School Lndtvh"n selected by the State,

of Texas to this Union placed us in such a relation Mexico: I exclusive jurisdiction over the persons of individuals within their retpeclive of the confederacy thus. insulted, abu ?d. and injured can never remain forever without alec any one receiv* tt

that war was rendered probable; that the march of the army into the limits, and that would be arbitrary, unjust, and a usurpation consent without an inglorious surrender not only of their reserved lug lairfully the least benefit t

!t dim P uteri territory was beyond a question the direct and Immediatei of power, on the part of Congress, to annex conditions to the rights, but of those guaranteed by the letter and spirit of the National To show more plainly! the perfect fUr of pursuing the plan to t .i
The difficulties i arising from the annexation the which it has been supposed we by law-and the ;
i of hostilities. admission of a State into the Union, or annexing Territory Compact. wer
might doubtless all have been amicably adjusted the boundaries defi. thereto involving the right of jurisdiction in Congress over this subject 6. Rescind, That the Governor of this State be requested to unequal 1 distribution i which must be made of the School Ftwd, if thw
bed, and our friendly relations with our sister Republic preserved, had which exclusively belongs to the Territory itself before its ad. transmit copies of these resolutions! to our Senators and Representatiie plan is pursued your Committee will select a few of the counties

prudent and discreet counsels governed, and the Commander-in-Chief mission into the Union, and to the State afterwards.SEC. in Congress; the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and most favorably situated for the operation of he law, and show th ; j
ordered the advance of our army from Corpus Christi of the several States.G. great inequality which exists even in them.
and the Governors
..f f our armies not Resolved, That it would be an arbitrary President of the Senate,
claimed by Mexico, in defiance of the known and de- 3. Be ;farther exclude from ;. R. FAIRBANKS, .(I is but just to state, that the facts in reference lo these countie
s rddared and in disregard of the expressed usurpation of power on the part Congress slavery Relations. were from the gentleman who formerly held tho office 01' 1 ?
wish of the Mexican people, such hereafter be acquired by the United :Slates::) Oue of the Committee on Federal! derh.e '
territory as
that to treat with us upon the subject of annexation any may Ireaidtct Board of Trustees of Seminaryland .) g, t
of people
( desire either of indemnity, by conquest, or purchase ; that the people ---- ------- '
by -----
These facts are the common property of the world way Leon County has the largest proportion of good land), aud the
and boundary. the determine this! tub-
have to
them jiistory to in its truthful record. The of the Territory alone right upon EIXT2UNTH' SECTIONS-SALE OF. densest population of any county' in the State. ,
leave preserve
aDde and it is for them, while they remain a Territory, and for the
of and exciting interest to every portion of the ject This county contains twent.s6"ent'hote and fractional townshi(*.
itself is deep ;
war ask be admitted State, to bother
CDion--our armies composed chiefly of the citizen-soldiers have gone the State institution, when they of sla\"t"fyshall to exist within as the a limits of say such Tom. Mr. Avery, from the Select Committee to whom was referred a In twelve of these, tbe sixteenth: sections are worth,from one tusixdol'ars

forth to battle-for thirty }ears had our officers slumbered upon their of the Constitution bill tuprovidefr the ,sale oftl-e Sixteenth: Sections granted by Con. : per acre.
I -our soldiers engaged in peaceful pnr\uits-yet victories with tory or State; they having, by the a just interpretation within their limits. to the ,State for the support; | ol Public Schools, and for consolidating In four others, the sixteenth sections lie in other counties, (onlyone
Anns matter press
exclusive subject
of noble and hijjh jurisdiction over believed be of value and the eletett
out: reverse have crowned our arms-deeds : daring the School Fund, asks leave to REPORT the same back to any ,) remaining
unsurpassed: for their callantry and brilliancy by those of any age; without amendment, and to be discharged i : from the further consideration f.1 within tbe pine barrens, or Forbes: grant-worth nothing. Yet 4y
her cities anderen these last class of there resident than t l
hive characterized their every ah"ance-Iler sea-ports, MINORITY REPORT. thereof. on townships, are more mina

her magnificient capitol, have yielded to the prowess of our Your Committee aware that the opinion prevails,_that so far as hundred families, most of them poor ,:

anus-war has swept through the heart of their country at an immense the bill provides for the sale of the sixteenth sections, it would be void Gad.'dcl County contains in its area, sixty-two whole and frac

cost of blood and treasure ; and now we gravely ask, what has Report of Mr.. FAIRBANKS,one of the Committee on Federal Rclation.r.The I if passed, have thought::; proper to embrace within this report the law tonal townships-forty of them within Forbes grant. m >!

o. l been accomplished:i ? Have: we conquered a peace" ? Have we undersigned, a member of the Committee on Federal Relations under which the State: hold* tLo Sixteenth Sections: together with Of tho rciiiaioinp; twenty.wo, not more than eight or ten of the % .
the ? It is referred that of the Governor's Message I sixteenth of valiK--leaving more than one.hall" of that .
obtained! indemnity for the past or security fur future a \\homwas portion some facts connected vith them. are any poi'j ;
question of serious import to determine what course this Government relating! ; to our Federal Relations begs: leave respectfully to I The law under which the :State::) claims: tbe Sixteenth Sections, is ulation without any substantial School Fund.'n % ;

ought to pursue. It ought never to direct its victorious troops to be REPORT : :HI these words.. In Jfjerto.i COn J there are twenty-seven whole.and fractional ,.;

ingloriously withdrawn from the fields of their fame and their glory," That the sentiments expressed in that portion of the message of Be it gnawed 4'c", That in cflnriJera'inn of the concession made I townships, uflurding not more than seven or eight sixteenth sections !'
calculated to compromit its interest, its honor, llu Public Lands their be of any value. i.1adisoll f
nor should it do any his Excellency meet my most cordial and hearty concurrence, and I by the .V/a'e of Florida in rc ptct nf I
hundred and five whole: frac
or its dignity. The present situation of the enemy defeated, disorganized commend themselves to the consideration of this body, us a strong: granted to the Stale section number sixteen in every township I County one 31.1 / .
of concert our triumphant in many a well. thereto, f.: ;she of the inhabitantsof townships.In .
destitute ; army forcible, and correct statement of those positions which we arc called or other lands equivalent 'r tine t !
fought field-her strong cities-her capitol-her country in our pos as constituent portion of this nation, to maintain, and for such township, for the slIpjtOrt; of Public: Schools, &c. ten of these the sixteenth sections are of some value! ;. in the, .". 4 I

lession-may not this Government adopt any course of action worthy which upon to ourselves and the South, demands we hoald uon. TIle consideration{ for which thc sixteenth sections rccre: granted to remaining ninety- they are worth nothing.: If this eUIlat/ .. !
of a brave and generous nation without dishonor or even censure our duty the S'a.'erwas concessions made by the Slate, not by the townships to b carried into East and West Florida, the result will b found tu be 8 J

What is the desired rcuttL" object for which this war is waged? Is it tend.More:\ than eighteen months since, ourarmics were attacked by those which their use is limited. even more unfavorable. :' .'J

conquer a peace"? or to dismember! a nation ? to redress wrongs of Mexico, and after a lung scries of unredressed wrongs, injuries and The practice of granting the sixteenth sections to the townshipsfor :\:of which is respectfully submitted.O. M. VERY, Chairman. :

or to despoil a people of their country and incorporate them with it insults, a state of open hostilities commenced, and has been continued the support of Schools l was fist adopted with regard! to the NorthWest G.: R. I'AIRBANKS.I ,
salons tolens into this Union ? The chief Executive has thus far con to this hour. It seems unnecessary to revert to the causes Territory country in which the land is uniformly fertile, ;

fined to the recesses of his own bosom what the real design; of this of that war in detail ; that: "the war exists by the act of JIe co," was anJ where the division: by township line could! readily be made availaMe _S. 1 BURRITT.WEDNESDAY I1 J

war was at iti inception, or is now. Was it by conquest inJemify declared by the Congress of these United States more than eighteen : in organizing communities.It .

us for what he yielded on the North The Chief :Magistrate of the months since, with but nineteen dissenting votes in \both branches of is well known that in many cube :Northern States: every town December 2., 1847.

Union has never thought proper to inform the American people, what the National Legislature. It seems equally unnecessary at this day, has a separate organization, is a republic within itself possesses legislative The Sentf met pursuant to adjournment. 'I

tuthe design, or what HE intended to accomplish by this war.: At" in view of the overwhelming tide of popular approval to discuss the executive and judicial officers distinct from State; control. Rev. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain.

the cry"that American blood had been shed upon American soil question as to how far the admission of,the republic of Texas into our Under such circumstances, the law which limited the ue of the A q torum being present, the proceedings of yesterday were reaJ I.J

that our little army was in danger the common heart of this great confederacy, and the subsequent and .necessary defence of her frontiers sixteenth section to the township in which it was situated, was wise. and approved.

Republic glowed with patriotic fire, and at their country's call the against the attacks, planned and directed months previously by The town having an immediate and direct interest in the proper :Mr. McLean gave native that be would at some future ask ,
not-it was their country, right or wrong. Such is the oftbe School Fund, would render it more efficient thanit I faj. i
nation paused the Mexican government may have had the effect of precipitating management leave introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to S
feeling of every true patriot. Cut now that our armies are in no dan. the hostile action of Mexico towards us. Few at this day it is to be could be made by the State Government.But Cockrofi to establish a ferry across. Shoa river. $' !

ger, the enemy defeated, their: country in our possession we may with presumed, will question the right of our associated Congress to re. our situation is widely different from theirs. So diverse is the Mr. Floyd presented the petition sundry citizens Apalacbico'a! .rpraying r

propriety, pause and inquire, what does the Chief Magistrate propose ? ceive that sister Slats into the Union or the propriety of extendingthe character of our soil such the nature of our institutions, and disposition the repeal of their charter. iOn

The accession of territory to be incorporated into this Union your protection of our arms over the lives, property, and lands of that of our people that it is impossible to organize school communities motion of Mr. Floyd, referred to the Committee en Corpora I

i committee would regard as a measure impolitic and fraught with sister State, so received by us, and of the measures which became with much reference to township lines. tion +, .
i danger to this Republic. The difference or< habits, 'of religion, and in consequence thereof. It i is not unworthy of note that the grant to Florida is expressedin Mr. Fairbanks from tbe committee on Enrolled Bills reported a

language are"insuperable obstacles to a cordial union with us- necessary With a declared willingness and desire on the part of our govern different language from the grant to the other States,-the former entitled!, Au act relative to the duties and compensation of

composed of a mixed race possessing a peculiar character will they ment at all times to entertain propositions of peace we have been being. to the Stale for the use of the inhabitants of the town. hH Adjutant and Inspector General of this State, as conectly

forget the wrongs, or at least what they assume to be the wrongs, forced by the anarchy and obstinacy of the Mexican leaders to ad. ship-tho latter directly to the inhabitants of the townships. A message was received from the House informing the Senate :

,. they have received at our bands. lose their nationality and become vance from one battle field another_ until! we have advanced! and! That it will be absurd! and unjust to limit the use of the sixteenth the House had concurred in the resolution adopted by the Senatu tL"I.-I.
quiet and peace-loving citizens < now maintain ourselves in the heart ol their country. Hut while sections to the inhabitants of the townships in which they are situated yesterday to go into! tha election of Judge of the Southern Cirtit

r We should draw wisdom from the past-sage lessons are written our patriotic citizens from the North and the Sout \ and the East and your Committee think will clearly appear from the following thi. State: today at 12 o'clock :M.

{! out upon the page of her experience. The history of the Moorish the West, have pressed forward to the front of our armies, cold, selfish I statement The rnmmunication x was transmitted to his
t conquest of Spain of the conquests made by Imperial Romeof calculating, and dishonest demagogues, in a portion of the States, i I IH"l: 'bj; :hoe number of surveyed townships, whole and fractional the Governor: 0 i

the subjugation of tbe Emerand Isle, and of Poland, unfolds: our have attempted to paralyze the operations of our Government, and in which State is entitled to sixteenth section, is 734 SEX ATE CIIAMBSK, Dec. 22, l4 li. i t

view a scene well calculated! to deter us from incorporating by conquest her armies, by affixing their odious Wilmot Proviso,"declaring that 17'ae I number of townships containing whole sixteenths, i 531 To His Excellency '... D. Moseixr,
nine millions people! of such a peculiar race into this Union. neither sla\ery nor involuntary! servitude shall: exist in any territory; : The number of townships in which the sixteenths is wholly or Governor of Florida : :'I

While the war itself bas awakened a deep interest throughout the which be acquired in indemnity for the claims of our citizens and t' partly! deficient, 183 SIK :-I have the honor herewith to transmit l for yo-r consideration I"

tion, the action of a portion of the members of the last Congress, na.1 the expenses may of the war. On the one hand, proscribing the war and Tl.u number of sections and parts of sections, included in v li a to entitled, An act relative to the duties and compensation of*

more especially tbe response that: action has met with from the its supporters, and on the other, machinating to secure for their exclusive private claims,your Committee have been unable: to ascertain- bi Adjutant h and Inspector General of this State, passed by the two :

ern portion of the Union, has given to it a character and importance I use the territory and the commerce which may be gained I by however, large, Houses of the General Assembly! and signed by the presiding: officer 1;;
before unlooked for. The Chief Executive having refrained from an it-an attack upon the constitutional rights given to the people of the Some of the town !ips which contain whole! sixteenths are only aBy

manly and frank declaration of its, true design, has furnishedan subserve malicious and interested lownsLips. thereof .
open; Southern Slates of this Union,to mo. fractional ( of the Senate.
occasion for a sickly, wild and reckless! fanaticism, to kindle a tives. To repel this aggression, we, the representatives of the peo. Many of the townships which contain fractional sixteenths are Hor Very Icfpctfuy. I

I torch of political discord, which unless met on our part with promptness pie of this Slate, are called upon to protest, and to contest! t agniiistmrli nearly :hoe townships. \r ( :"
and decision, may eventuate in the final overthrow of our }et an Infraction of our constitutional rights. There are many of the townships in which'. t the. sixteenth sections Sec. Senate .

infant Republic.! Your committee have noticed with no small degree -- Apart-from the constitutional grounds;such an excision is a ls.]; are valueless on account of the poverty)" of the soil. ORDERS OF DAY. ik

of apprehension and displeasure the eagerness of a portion of the honorable return, upon the part of its supporters for the zeal and the There arc some townships! in which the sixteenth section i almost TiE the Governors ?
occasion interfere I House resolutions relative to tbe appointment by
North to seize upon and render available: every to : self-sacrificing spirit in which the people of the Sub: have fought thebattles the only part valuable.! ;
with, and disturb the domestic institutions of the South. Suck inter I of our common country, and to whose exertions, if territory These f facts show the unequal distribution of the }benefits to be derived Justices of tbe Peace &c. I
South not only of their just rights, of the in. Were read second time and ordered for a third reading to morrow.
ference is calculated to deprive the be acquired the country will owe ita acquisition, the princip'es of from the grant of the sixteenth sections to tho use .
but even of that eqlJ:11itj: without which we are degraded beneath the. I those who wou'.d appropriate: : the territory gained by the valcr art'our habitants of the township rot which the sixteenth section is situated. Engrossed resolutions in relation to the Wilmot Proviso, ri'
dig arty or man. Should the National Congress in its wisdom CO of tho States the there are fractional townships in which there are Were read a third! time.Mr. .
arms to the use of one portion( to exclusion of the Again : Wlcre the word + t t
elude a tft"lty'ith Mexico, --j which she should cede to us a portion rest, arc alike discreditable! for their violation! of tho constitutional : no the State is authorized to select for each town. Floyd moved" to amend by inserting "unanimou1". r!il
of her committee feel called bpon unhesitatingly and land, in lieu of the sixteenth section, proportioned to after resolved, in 1st section.
territory, your compact: as for their deficiency in honesty and fair dealing.It ship a q lantity ::1
unequivocally to declare ia the language of the message,that any act is the right and prerogative of the future citizens of such acqui. the size of the township. \'lch amendment was unanimously adopted. the and
of the National Legislature which sha.l appropriate such territory to red territory 'to decide whether lila\'erlshall or shall not exist, and Where the sixteenth sections are included! in private claims, other question of the adoption of the resolutions, yeas iJ1t
to the exclusion of another selected in *,lieu only were called for by Menvs. Floyd and Watts, and were,
of the confederacy ; thereto" nays
the use of one portion this right cannot be withheld from them ; and all attempts at embarrassing equivalent may be thereof" Burritt Costin
Austin, Brett, ,
or which in its provisions shall annex as an express and fundamental the negotiations which may take place, or tbe future action limited to the land district adjacent said nr by Yeas-: r. Prsident Messrs. Avery, 1!
Smith Tabor Trace/,
McMi11anPriest ,
that neither Floyd, ,
slavery nor
condition to the acquisition of such territory of the government in respect to the same, should be unanimously private claims. .irhanks .
involuntary servitude shall everexist in any part, except for crime opposed by the people of this Union, and particularly by the Southern No provision is made fo those townships in which the sixteenth Walker, h'atts-16., -
whereof party shall first be convicted," that any and all such acts States. sections are valueless, on account of the poverty of the soil; therefore NaysNone.So g:::1

wiih such provisions, would be unsurpntions of power not delegated Satisfaction for the claim of our citizens, the payment of which should a village, or city even, be located in a township where the revolutions were adopted. the lath clause of the t I
unjust, and oppressive in their effects, to sixteenth section is valueless, it is plain that tbe inhabitant Engrossed bill entitec.J, An act to amend :
by the Constitution, unequal has been long deferred by the perfidious conduct of Mexico, as wellas the I 5th Article of the of this State so that the of the j
which that portion of the confederacy thus insulted, abused and injured indemnity for the expenses of the war, in whole or in part, shouldbe could derive no benefit from the present provision. : of Jues of :
which Circuit Courts shall hold their offices for a term
of their fractional
whole and
,never can content without an inglorious surrender not only the sine qua non of any negotiations towards a peace as being: in There are many of the townships, behavior .CU f
reserved rights, but or those! guarantied by the letter and spirit of the accordance with the of all civilized nations, and strict justice.If will probably never be inhabited. during good '*
usages and the Shall the bill ?
oft inhabited class of people Was read a third time, on question pass p:
do the Constitution, an which be by a
we pring ,
National compact. Viewing as territory be given as indemnity, as from the situation of that: country There are many wit
of concession and compromise, we hold and cherish it as the onlyufeu..rd must necessarily be the case, it will take that she can best spare who will not be able to derive any benefit from the sixteenth section the yeas and nays President were, Messrs. Austin, Brett, Costin. Fair. a'
of ri bt.-tbc only protection of our libertieswhile'LeU fractional section, to which their township) or fractional township Yeasfr. Avery
will '
our and which, under our form of government, extcuJ the blcs.! or Tabor Walker,
Priest Smith ,
by the nation sacred unpolluted by the unhallowed! touch of demagogue sings of civilization'near uninhabited regions, which will become i is entitled, owing; to its being locjtct in a part of the land district far Jlks. Flojd, Loiimer, McMillan, '

or charlatan, it will continue to dispense to all equal justice. thfe future homes'of tho superabundance of our own population and dist.ut from tlmeirtawnship. -14. ii. :.
of the Northern States through their Legislatures have it must *.o happen, that the benefit to be derived Nays- (lSsr. Burritt and Tracey -
Many the of clime. To withdraw our armies without such many cases the bill t
every passed
adopted -at w( their creed" \ the unjust I nrincmW- 1 of-- the Wilmot! Proviso satisfaction_ and. indemnity, would oe 10: place' ourselves. .In the attitude from the sixteenth section or the lands "Itcct i in" lieu of deficient There being the requisite consttutiona majority, 1 f
to themselves to the exclusion of citizens sections to the inhabitants of the to wbicb they Title as stated. I r '
thereby arrogating privileges of wrongdoer, and a confession that the acts of our Congressand sixteenth townships to the House. 1
in slave! The of such principles is would for the trouble! and expense it would Ordered that the same tJ certiff '
interested property. injustice the united operations of our government have been false and belong not compensate entitled An provide for the time of holding?
bill ,
too apparent to require comment. Oar ancestors in common periled fraudulent. It would be saying that we had no wrongs to redress, require to derive an income from it. Especially would this be the Engrossed regular! sessions: of the General Assembly.
and for holding
in the achievement their land selected lieu of a deficient sixteenth section, Elections
the vet
their tire and property independence attacks and that where
repulse, to case,
no injuries to satisfy, no pronounce third time, and on the question, Shall the bill pass 1 5
. blood commingled in that great struggle-and their united wisdom brave sons who have fallen upon the field of honor were well or in lieu of one covered by a private grant, is at a distance from tlclownsbip Wa read a -
and treasure hare been blended together in working out and estab. our marauders and met the fato of villains. If we bad! the to which it !>eong! the yeas and nays were : Cosliii
institutions which hare become the ad. punished as this if ,ible! an be given. Yea*-Messrs. Avery,. Austin Burritt J airLnks Ld.
lishing those free and hsppy forward,and those causes of our onward match have neither To make matter plainer po example wi Priest Walker\ ,
cause logo -
McMillan, ,
ID ration and envy of the world. been removed nor accomplished then a retrograde movement Fractional tuwnship one. North, Range 30, West, principlJ. mer Brett Smith Tabor Tra
President Messrs. Floyd, ,
We all constitute one common family, equal in our rights and would be justifying Mexico and condemning oursrlvei. The I lives In Escambia calmly, North and West of the mouth- of Nars3I. I

privileges, alike free to the enjoyment of our rich and extensive inheri. of aDd the treasure of our nation have been lost in vain, riter. Its fractional sixteenth section, amounting to 320 acres, in cey \\'als-7. stated. '
subversive of a free, unrestricted our people included in Land in lieu is about being selected in So said bill; paed Title a
a private "
t&nce ; and any action or principle and we are branded with infamy for the pant. claim be certified to the House .
Ordered i}
enjoyment of the rich blessings; handed down to .us from the past, weJegard.jis I believe I -express the voice of the Southern people in saying that .. some part of tho land district Wmt of the Suwannee.There tle entitled,'An Act concerning Attachments in tb

a violation, aye a total abrogation of the Constitution, i: we have the right, and should continue to occupy her territory, to is not, 1 far as your Committee can ascertain, one person Engrossed :
absolves the unfortunate victims of ,located in the township, and probably never will be ; State,
wbich when carried into effect, I te\'t'DlIea.aDd' exercise all the accustomed and acknowl.edged permanently
collect himself of read third time, and the question, Shall the bill pan t
avail I'
sacred instrument. ShouldMess that resident ,desired to 'a on
such action from all allegiance to that rights of war, until such satisfaction and indemnity be offered but should it ever happen a z :
by enactment give their solemn sanction to the Wilmot Pro:; and received ..a1"e are justly entitled to,and that such indemnity, if the fund to he derived from tbo.School Land to which his township is the yea and nays were : Burritt and Watts. 3.

visa,jour committee hold that such action'would not only justify, buttapenlively territorial, should be received unclog ed with any restrictions, as the entitled, be must first ascertain at the I.gister'. Office i'Fallabasseewbere Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs.Austin Brett Costin Fairbanks- FIoydr !
entitled' Messrs. Avery, ,
from Nays
withdraw her representation the land l is to
South .
demand the to of all the people ol Ibis Union.In .
brotherhood common'property of sale but the Having found Lorrimer McMillan, Priest, Smith, .Tabor, Tracey Walked13.So :
!.National Congress, aDd serer ,the ties of political accordance with tbeee, sentiments, the following resolutions are the us -not to preed use. i

*wch DOW bind together this gre.a.t.w. glorious confederacy. The submitted: and the passage thereof recommended: the land, he mot dcia some way by which an income may- b derived Bill said to bo bill entitled was lot.An Act to amend an entitled an to organize '
p P wic doojfcuj purchased with the common treasure and blood of the Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State I from it. ac ac, .* .
Courts of the State uf Florida,
the Circuit
ftuoa, should be alike free to all No enquiry into the quantity or1od of Florida in General Assembly convened That the declaration of The land. clected to make up the deficient, sixteenth sections are be engrossed fur a t t
second lime and to .
) Was read in .
.of property the citizens of any new State or Territory may beAosIs the Congress of the United States, mad with almost entire unanimity taken in as large bodies as good vacant lands can b fo'kg. a '

ed of should ever arise The CoosUtutioa yields to each that the ",war exists by the act of Mexico," renders that war national use cnn be made of them by the townships but leae tbeD-if reading to-morrow. An Act the name of.W L 1 c-
i3eate or Territory the exclusive jurisdiction over persons, and only in its Inception and progress, and as such, requires and should ,Ioa they roust be at low rates,and gene/ally to tenants n9 pane'' House bill entitled to change .'%: jS.*"
of Gadsden
ad. wbo will exhaust the Caugban, county -
+ for and
natures a Republican Constitution. as an essential pro-requisite receive. cordial and coated support. La\ their payments, land '

r ." wwi 1 bto the U Dio.. If our Northern brethren will adhere to the. 3. ,Retohedj ThAt It-is the/dutycf the American; Government_ to _: } not leased, and not constantly. watched,. squatters. wi tae possessiou 1 W Howe 1 read bi a second tim Act tad to order fora the thIn,waojnffliUJi of SaraVA.AUUm..

\ Constitution, ret that sawed instrument pealforR.: the war ualil an hoaofatje,peace; liuJ.emnitl.1or'thocpU1; I and commi Waste. :entile Al and third reading 1 1ti
** ii1118 future prosecute nIl waste 'wi!' in most cases erco Was ,orer.u t-
The.womb oflWalcnc; 'caa enfold the ( and security t for the rlitttre. It.oUiiaed'and that't withdraw-- oar ''T / o1 J and prevent a a.s( ; .. "..'..f.Ey
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k Df allY greatness 1tEtnct'tcui -ne b1k. Ia view of ally : ':.' :;

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:\ ',,)1 1 r.---. :Act- l.horizecertain- .festab.UsV 2tiNTU Ttrmo. -I' V Mr. CabeH* fete far Speaker. ,JPC.u.a .-
i :i >; Hw G\hlenUlledAa to a persons to : V THE FLORIDIAN. The

(t :): '," Fenr'ae/oms the Apalachicola! river at Chaltahoochf, For: Lancaster-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, The list Sentinel sya tist in our notice of the iJowing' rluiD Jan been

p it t4 e j Wa&fcad a second time, and ordered for a third; rradin&to.morrow. Burritt Lorimer, McMillan, Tn cy, \Va.JkerVau""lO." election of Speaker" ol the House Representatives, scntrd in the of the United StateTtl

I :. b' .I ... ... *Tfce tin; :. having arrived i at which tbe two (lougcs were to go into For 'Randall-Messrs. Costin, Fairbanks Floyd fries, Smith, eeLE'? V. .... LOJrE. we assert that Mr. Wnr-htKO is DO friend to the the Hod. Diou5sox, one the ,L

: ., 00\\ Ihe election for Judge of the Southern Circuit, Tabor-6.Which 1847. South, with a view of "injuring Mr. CABCXX," cystic Senators from New York.o D

: 'I!, Mr.\ Barritt moved! a call of the Senate. 'to result was communicated to the House. Saturday, Dccembcr,25, who voted (or that gentleman. Well let us see. sent the subject of slavery in nep

,' :; Whereupon there were present : Result in the Home : V It will Dot beforgotien by the readers of both jour.
Election of the constitutional
i Mr. Pe.ident. Messrs. A very, Austin, Brett, Burritt, Costin, For Lancaster, 19 Dab that the Sentinel and the Fleridian have had territory on g A,

ljIJ'L'' :t Fairbanks, Floyd, Lorrimrr, McMillan Priest Smith Tabor, Tra- Randall, 12 JOSEPH ]I. LAKCASTTR: of Jacksonville, E. F., 1 not a little sparring as to the position of parties at this renewed .indication of

... J t.L '"; cey Walker, Watts-16. Macrae, 4 has been elected by the Legislature Judge of the the North on the question Slavery. We asserted Northern democrats on aD t

.. .: : On motion, Messrs. Burritt Fairbanks and Avery, were aopoinled The President announced that there was no elect n. Southern Circuit of Florida. At to the qualifications and endeavored to maintain, that a large tal to tbe South, will qsoD opir

,;, -...,:.i ..' a Committee to inform the House that the Senate was now ready t. The House informed the Senate tbat the House would, the Senate I of that gentleman for this bigh position, we portion of the Democratic party North of Mason's I declaring that is or i L
no diSerence
for the Southern Circuit ther
1" : : go into the election of a Judge for the Southern District ; which concurring, postpone the election of Judge hare nothing to say. W. hope, however that in and Dixon's line were opposed to the Wilmot Proviso betwee*

'1 :1 .: Committco informed Senate tbat they had performed that duty. until 12, M. on 29th instant. the discharge of its duties, be will fulfil) the highest and that the Whig party with scarcely an exception I NorthernVLg and Democrats in relati

"' .. '. A Committee from the House informed the Senate tbat that body The Senate concurred therein, and so informed the House. the expectations of his friends, performing the functions were in favor of it, and consequently that to I t rght. South 7 Wi they

S. '; .1. was now ready to go into the election of a Judge. On motion of Mr. McMillan, Mr. Brett was excused during of his office with such dignity, intelligenceand the Democratic party the South night look as4 to to compare the resolutions the New plea York

) : ,. Nominations being in order, remainder of the session. until 10 o'clock.On I l learning, as will increase his own reputation, friends. Now, for this expression of opinion, our Senator with Mr. CLU" seventh
i to-morrow
Tabor moved
.v Mr. to adjourn ,
: !Mr Burritt nominated Joseph B. Lancaster. and I and elevate the honor of the State. astute neighbor took us to task, and in that authoritative illustrated his remarks rela
I which the and were called for by Messrs. Avery by on
.e "' Mr. Coslin nominated Adam Gordon. yeas nays There are some things connected with this election manner which so much becomes him, pro aaer a i

,. i Mr. Smith nominated Thomas Randall. Floyd and were : Lorimer which it will not be amiss to notice. The nounces u. no ftitndt to the South (ci thus daringto I extension 7Vhat a contrast would j b pp,.
e' 'L Yeas Messrs. Austin Burritt, Costin, Fairbatks, Floyd .
;,- WhicU nominations; were sent to the House by a Committee con- people desire to know as much as possible of the speak. Nay further than this-he cited certain sented f
Tabor Walker Watts 11.
1 I ;' ., ..'. sittingofMessn. Fairbanks, McMillan and Lorrimer. Priest Nays, Smith-Mr. President, Messrs., Avery-, McMillas, Tracey4.So doings of their representatives, and as public journalists votes in Congress given by certain leading ])emo- i .Resolved, Tat true policy requires tle

4. The Hou e, by a Committee informed the Senate that the following the Senate until to-morrow 10 oVlock. baring opportunity to witness their doings, erats on the Proviso, accompanied by\certain word., government of States to strengthen ka
i' '. i.'. nominations were made in the House, viz : we are called upon to give such information as may and also cited the proceedings of a certain Herki. pltcal and commercial relations upon this

f 'I, ': Joseph B. Lancaster, Adam Gordon George \\'. McRae, Thomas have fallen in our way. Among other things it mer Convention,which bad passed Mr. WI THaoP'1 I ( by the annexation of such contiroou

.4; : : Randall.: : ABSTRACT of Amounts paid Witnesses in Crininal Cases, shoving will be seen by the journals of the House that the anti-Slavery Proviso-and not being able to point to territory as may conduce to that end, eec

I FIRST J1A LLOTI G. the Counties and Terms of Courts in vhxh' summoned, the name of Judge Randall, of this city, was put in a single act of a Whig Northern Convention, or a I b justly ob'ained ; and that neither an.

: *1 i .. For Joseph Ji. lAn'asferf. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin number of days they attended, milage. 4-c.. 4-c. nomination. This presented an unexpected difficulty Northern Whig member of Congress which or who i acquisition thereof can any conditions b d

Brett, Burritt, Lorimer, McMillan\ Tracey Walker Watts-10. in the whig camp. Mr. Hagner being a relative had repudiated the Proviso.-after referring to all stitutionally imposed, o institutions e

I .. For George n: .1acraelr. Priest-I. I I of Judge R., asked to b. excused from voting.Oh these strong proofs to disprove the justice of our vided for or eabiahe.ifmsism b r)

t For Thomas Randall Messrs. Fairbanks, Floyd, Smith, Tabor4. 1 l'ames-or Witnesses. Counti Terms or -= no,said the Whig*-you must smother all delicacy opinion, he triumphantly declares that-" ALL FAB- right of the people .heeof for form a frt/

: I court.l c t .- 0 of feeling-you must banish your nice notionsof TIES AT THE NORTH ARC ROTTJ: on' THE SUBvwv sovereign; State with the powersand

". .I .L.--; ..A,7".....,..".,. f'IM",1"PI'lr..v, ,. ....._ r.ndin-l.____.n __ 2; _- !-:_ honor-you- must still the promptings. : which beat .- si.* -QT-_-AVWY.--.._" \Vhnvp.. ---. ..,_ .Iff -III... nnini/tn: .v K1. lees of the original- member o inn--- pn

'1 Whihuhscornmunicatcd to the House. J. B.Stantry. Ua-l.; 'spring; .. Term..- .,.tG3 :' 2 251-37 r.G upon your heart as that of -7 a gentleman- and you voted for or spoken in favor of the Proviso vr' was deracy. .
; Mr. Fairbanks moved a call of the Senate, whereupon there were .. 3 2 ; G 00 "Resolved That
I Stephen Hagan, U .. 61 4 5U G Of 10 :i0 must vote. The whispers of whig indignation at ROTTEN' on the subject of Slavery. We dare him to in organizing a Terrij&

... present. Wilson Wilson White White, .. .. .. .. 3 2 2:); 6 00 8 25 his course-the mutteiings of enraged party, told deny this; and yet he now turns round, and tells us vial government (for territory belonging toth 9

c Mr. President, M eMrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, Burritt, Costin, Fairbanks Thomas Hall.! St. Johns, fan. Term, lS-tG, 6 I 4 :5o 1 2"" G 95 but too well that he waj a destined victim if he that we are cruelly unjust" to the Massachusetts United States, the principles aUgOef
Lorimer McMillan, Priest, Smith, Tabor Tracey, Walker .. a' .. 75: which
1 75
ment federative
: John C. Cleland, .. .. 1 persisted. Yet, through all the first day's ballot- gentleman for whom Mr. CAB ILL cast his first vote upon our system rests
; \\'att.-J5. Andrew Fail!. 'a 4' 7 S) 2:), 5 25 ings, he had the to maintain his silence.In will be best promoted, the true spirit and
the ,
.. .. .. courage as representative of Florida, because we have met
relative the :5) 2)1: 3 751 9 00
of the Senate
On motion of Mr. Burritt the action to .\leunder Rose, 71
of the constitution
4. funson, .. I. .. .. 6 7 5j.4: 2j tryingto get rid of this difficulty, there was placed him in the same category on the question of ning obwrved tie-
: election of until the result in the House should Asa 75j an
Judge, was suspended .. .. .. ...
9 ; 6 75 9 015 75 another scene in the House which must ,
we not
'j D.udus Dummett, with those of the
pass slavery gentlemen Democratic confedercy.trengbened
he and ths Senate with theo .. .
the Senate proceeded .
communicated to ..
4 6 4 :So! 6 SOt I 00' ;
William Hunton, ; over. It will be remembered,that in previous elections denounced the policy therein
.. .. .. party by totally rotten on
: orders. a' !) 6 OCQ6 75SViIiam Smti"e a
:: b John D. Sheldon, i 7:1,10 of this kind the General Assembly hare deeineti to the legislatures chosen by the people there
: ; :' Bill to be entitled. An act to amend an act relative: to Elections in 00:10: the subject Was ever bare-faced hypocrisy equalto
Term 1510 4 6 :50; !
I Crawford, AdbLechu : prin; 61' WI it necessary, under the requirements of the Constitution this ? Here is Mr. W. who
a man, ) further
this State, passed December 29, 1813:), .. j 'fJ, S .. .. I ( goes
.... #.. Was read a second] lime, and on motion of Mr. Avery, referred to John Allen. wa1to : ] 3 JOt! 9f 3 00 to give the nominee a majority of the whol. than any democrat cited by our opponent, save one, ot"e:: Rer. Mr. SLICES has
fLUTcrm 1SI'' tI G 3 tlJ: elected
Escambia 1.)1 9
r ,. :i the Committee on Election, with iu&tructions to report on said billI IValter William Me.flock Waters, .. .. .. 6 4 :iI)1 J 4 :50; number of members elect in each house, before be in his opposition to the Suth,wh,m we are charged Chaplain and A. DICKERS ben
could be declared elected. Mr. Secretary he
.. Lancaster (
to-morrow. Archibald R. Pooley, .. .. .. It S 25; S 25 having with treating enielly unjust" because, on stronger 0

On motion, Messrs. Fairbanks, McMillan! and Watfs were appointed Valentine Fillingin, ".. ".. ".. .a :I (JJ( !' 1 CS S G'l received a majority of a quorum in the House, and evidence than any which the ..eti"t can ad. Senate. vAlabama.

a committee to inform the House that the Senate had suspended John Fitlingin a' 41 3 00' 1 6" 4 G9 the requisite majority in the Scnat, the Speaker pro due for using the language, we quote its own
4 The
'a 'a Hon.
John IV. 10,7 :5u; 2 :ViII; ) 00 D. II. LITTIS has
.4' "- proceedings, relative to the election of Judge, until 2 j o'clock. William White Porter, a' is .. 6; 4 :Sol 4 :5'' ') tern announced that he was duly elected-thus words, and pronounce him rotm" on the subject
; :,', Ou motion tho Senate took a recess until 2$ o'clock. FJli, Franklin, .. 6 I .J :'JJ: 2 &r, 7 39 overturning well-settled precedent, and at the same of Slavery Did not Mr. WI.VTHHOP introduce, re-elected to the Senate of the United

.. Jesse Wiggins! Dunl, spring Term ISJ6 4 ; 3 00; 3 46/ 40 time doing away with all necessity for Mr. Hag. unnecessarily, the anti-Slavery restriction in Congress States from Alabama.
a. Thom:1S J. Prentl, i 3 t 2 25. 3s: ; 6 01) ner's vote. The House sustained the
2\ O'CLOCK, p. x. : .. decision. But in 1545, for the purpose of incorporating it
"S' G 4 :1012 ( (JEphraim for the Ftoridian.
St. ,
..' A committee! from the House informed the Senate: that the result John 1\1. De-rmoU. .. 'I'. :; : :) ,!: 2 2f.I.t7 C 00 when the question came before the Sennfe. over. into the bill establishing a Territorial Governmentin
4 of the vote for election of Jud.;c for the'iJouthera .Judicial 1 Circuit, Henry A. Crane, .. .. .. I fj.J'J) 15 00'19 50 whelmingly whig as that body i ii, they refused to Oregon ? Did not Mr. W. further vote fcr and EDITORS MAIL.MEMRS. .
C this morning was as follows, viz : John o. Riley. 'a. 6 I 4 SOIS 0022 :50; declare that Mr. L. was elected by the requisite advocate the Proviso introduced by Wilmut in IS 16.
Paul Hatch Madison 'a 4 3 () 3 ro;, ; G m Gttnt1ning had occasion to correspond
i)1 maojrity. Here then
For George W. Macrae, 5 was a dilemma-what was to and which was an exact copy of bis own of the following .
enj. Erownlow, I. rail Term, iStS, 3' 2 25. 2 O%) 4 25; with the citizens of Apalachicola and other place
I "' : Joseph B. Lancaster, 19 BenJ. l3cwnlow, Spring Term, -46.- 4 I 3 00 2 0)( :5; 00 be done ? Ballot followed ballot without any changeof year ? Are we to b charged with treating West of tie Apalachicola River, and not *

I Adim Gordon, 2 JamnIen! a' "j' 3f t 2 25: 2 2jE. result. Impatience.' w audible. To elect Lan with cruel injustice," a Massachusetts Whiz who ft Ming answers -
Thomas Randall 8 St. Johns .. II 'a 6 4 50; 5 ()(, 9 : ) caster was the firm. Predetermined to iny letters, bas caused rae to make eaqvi-
A. Alle-n. .nurnosc. of the utters the following lanzuaze.. because we be is .
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Geo. fan Term, IS-I1, 5 : 3 7:')' 3 ;5AblS. S3-- -- ri.--- II-!4..- .- o.1wa. n.. -. l't.. ,1.. 1..
Mr. Floyd moved tbat the Senate proceed to the election of Judge Philips, whigs-that had been decided on in consultation- no friend to Southern Institutions, and for other ',UI .v
.' Balthin, Dunl, ipring TermISt6,; 7 ; :5; 25 25 n knowledge are th *: Tbe mail leaves this
for the Southern Circuit. A. S. naldwin .4 a' aa V 31 2 25! 2 00 4. 25; (not caucus-Oh no, not caucus.) Still the vote purpose than to shield Mr. CAKELU from merited plt
: A committee from the House informed the Senate that Joseph B. A. S. Baldwin, IC.. .. I :5; 3 751 3 75 'tailed to do it. What was to be done I Why, whis. censure for voting for him, on no better ground than every Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays,at :oV

A Lancaster had been by the House doclared! duly! elected Judge of the Elizabeth A. Boardman, Gadsden1 Extra Term. 18.jj,112( 9 f.IOi 1 0010' 09 per around awhile, and then let some friend propose that he was the nominee of the Whig Caucus} clock A. f reaching Quincy at 9. same monungs.
rail! Term IS.Ji( b 6 001 001 1 00 The Quincy and does
Elizabeth A. BoardmLnI"
Southern Circuit. I that he Chanahiemail
cfts should vote for himself, and thereby effect "I have no tine to discuss the subject of slaveryon no
The President decided that a majority of the whole number elect. William B. Fail, St. Johns, Spring Term 1546'1 6 ; 4 :;0:13: 15 his own election. One good whig? boldly declared this occasion, nor should I desire to diUS it in Quincy till Tuesdays al Sttsrdayj 7 or S, P.M.,
A. J. Lanier Madison Fall Term, IS.JIJ, 2 i 1 5O 1 :; ooEtiaha
ed in each Ho choice there election. .. 0/3/ this connexion if I had more But I must not causing the mail which kave, Mondays to layover
: 'j'e being necessary to a was no Summerlin, .. a' a 2'' 1 5O :50 that in such case he would not hesitate to vote for tjC o
; : Whereupon; Tracey appealed from the decision of the Chair. Lewis Dehaney Wakulb, 'a I .,75 1 20 1 05: himself. A murmur of indignation, which threatened omit a few plain words on the momentous issue at Quincy nearly ts which has been I for MasacbuteI
Oa which the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Traceyand Robert Vest, Ie Ie 1 I 75 15 00( to overwhelm the favorite, caused this believe now I speak raisd.the sentiments speak of all mail nearly four da!, at the same place. The return
strange Nn
Amos 1 15 64 I :::9 mail from tbe West
Pipkins amvet
Burnt and were : fu James Cook aa 'a .i aa 4 3 00 1 OI), 4 00 proposition to be withdrawn;and, after another bal. England and of many other States out of New Eng a
Yeas Brett Costin Fairbanks. : Priest land when I that this minds Mondays and Thursdays aboei 2 P. JL
:Messrs. "
.. Floyd/McMillan question our -
0 James Cook, Ie.a 'a 2 10':; 1 ool 2 :50; lot or two, and then a motion to postpone the election say upon "r0d
Smith Tabor, Walker, Watts-10. II. H. Walker sa Ie .S 4 3 WI 60; ) 3 GO till the 29th inst. which was carried thus ended are made up. S far a we have pO\1e to control The mail (or Quincy leaves at I. P. M., Wednesdays -

I Nays-:\ &-lSrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Lorimer Tracey-5. E. C. Walker, aa .a 4 3 oI I 4 3 49 the first day. no political further events extension we! are of resolved the territory tbat of there this shall Union be and Sundays, causing the Western I.i which

..' 0 HO the decision of the Chair was sustained.On henry Cannon, .". .". a' 4 3 00 201' 3 20' The second to the institutions of slavery. This is not arrives a Chattahoochie on 3fon aM, t remain till
A. A.. mwell Ie .J 3 0015' 3 .75: day dawned more brightly the subject ,
motion, the committee consisting of Messrs. Fairbanks, McMillan Michael Wall, aa .. 'a .. 4 3 OIl' / 321 1 3 32 whig forces. A night's drilling had served upon to a matt to argue about with u$. My honorable Wednesdays, and Thursdays mail till Stroda*,making

and Vattswere instructed to inform the House that the Sen. ; ,. aa 4 3 '151 bring a ir from Georgia [Mr. Tombl] pardon me two day loss on one trip and on the ether
Lewil Jpsh 0\Ji\ 3 75::; mua
II n--"v. Mr. Hagner back into the traces. Judge Randall .:. ._ __. __,__ ._1_ ___ ___ __ _1.1 ._
J.-ri-: ; .. a' aa aa 4 3 M .UUl dAICB JUtl* **'] MIUJ VT three lot .
001 When
ate was now ready to proceed to a second voting. Browu, r 1 2S 4 29 .11. "I days the mail arrives at Qoipcy
'Csto, Gadsd, Extra Term, 1846, 15111 251 40'll' os'George wrote a letter withdrawing his name, to relieve the such a policy be equal or just."-Extract from a for this
Mr. Costin withdrew the name of Adam Gordon. C. IVinthrop at the last place on Sunday, it there stops again till
'a II. t5 '11 2& 4d11 65 honorable member. It would not do to risk the Speerhmadetyl7lellon.R.
% '.' A committee from tbe House informed the Senate tbat tho name of .Randall,, 'a .. .a 15111 251 4011! 65 future, nobody knowing what a day might bring St.1 of Congress. Tuesday night until the Northern mail arrives, ma-

.: Adam Gordon had been withdrawn. Henry Stephens, Hamilton, Spring.. Term.. IS47.. 4 3 001 3 (.I() 'lorttu It was therefore resolved that instead of After all these citations,which are matters of his king two days more, causing a delay o five days in

t : SECOND J1ALLOTI G. John V. StepheDJ 3 2 25 64 2 89 I tory, and accessible to all, who will have the hardihood one instance, and four days in another, in the nail,
For U. Lancaster Mr. President .Messrs. Anstin Duy Staoles, Dunl, IS.J 3 225 3 75:>> 6 00'' waiting till the 29th,the election should be held at that Mr. travelling a distance of miles.
S Joieph Avery, .. :: :: .. to deny Winthrop it an abolitionista fifty
William Clark 4 3 00'' 3 25 6 25 once. The first ballot disclosed the result of the
Brett Burritt, Lorrimer. McMillan: Tracey, Walker, Watts-10. An Clark, aa al 'a 'a 4'' 3 txl 3 2. 6 25 night's labor. Lancaster received Wilmot Proviso Abolitionist ? Why,John Quiney mer Quincy leaves Apalachicola every Mondays ud
o For Randall-Messrs. Costin Fairbanks Floyd, Priest, Smith Wyatt C. Allen, a. 'a 'a 3 00 2 75 5 75 number .f votes. Here another requisite Adams and Daniel Webster are no more than this Fridays at 12 o'cock. M.. and arrives at Chauao

J Tabor-G. Burr llllollomn, GadsJ, Fall Term! 1846. 3 2 25 2 25 difficulty arose. if we are to believe their own assertions. They are I cbie before 6, A. M. Tuesdays and Saturdays. The
SUan II.. .. 3j 2 25; 2 25 Lancaster voted, (voting blank as he bad done all
For Ja.crae-Xone. Holloman .. .. .. .. in favor of leaving slavery where.the Constitution mail which arrives at Chfaoochf on those day.
I 1 15 75::; the
Elizabeth A. Flowers through election.) and there rule of the
Which result was communicated to the House. .. .. .. a Found it but to the remains till and at .
E. L. D Riggins, G' 4 iO t( :5; 40 House which forbids opposed acquisition of any more Wednesday Sunday 1 'cok. P.
'1 Result in tbe House : William Aliord, Spring Term, 18.J1, 2 1 54J 40! 1 00 any member to vote where he territory "subject to the institutions of .lu ry.'* M., reaching Quincy same evenirg, and there remains -
For Lanca .ter 19 John a' .. .. 'a 3 2 25 sd 3 0 is; has a personal or private interest, it was asked whether
Calhoun, I So is R. C. IVinthrtp opposed and in favor of all till the mail leaving this place for Eainbridge
c, Fall Term 2 0O 2 75 ( the election was legal. It decided that
1 it
A. IS45. was
0, Randall, 12 McDougal, 7Sj this. Well, then, i if this is so,and we defy the Sen- takes it up at Quincy on Mondays, Wednesdays and
A. McDougal, Sprinl Term, 18-1G, 4 3 00 2 00! 5 00 was not, and [therefore another ballot had the
-4 t Macrae, 4 A. McDougal, .. Fall Term, IS-16. 6 40; 2 001 60:; was tint to invalidate the truth of it by a single assertion Fridays, at about 9,A M.causing th Apalachicol

The President announced that there was no election. Samuel Ii. Lon, aa Spring Term, 1817. 4 3 (i(4 2& 3 2'3 gentleman retiring without the bar. founded in fact, what sort of an excuse would be ne- i, and Western mail for the North which arrives at

THIRD VOTI C. Nelson Hawley 'a Extra Tt'rm. 1816, 3 : 2 251 I 001 3 2j Thus ended the election. The Judge elect then cessary to secure CAB ELI. from censure, supposing Quincy on Wednesday, to remain in Quincy till Friday
.. ., 1lr.
For lAncaaJr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, John Ii. Taylor, aa .. 51 I 3 75' 3 fJI) 7 2.j came forward to tender his resignation as Speaker. him to have voted for either ef these gentle and Sundays mail till Monday.
: Burritt Lorimer McMillan! Tracey Walker Watts 10. John G. Smith, 'a II 10 1 501 W: 7 7) He thanked the irfiig parly for their support of him
., John G. Smith, :May Term lI0. J I 75: 1 'f 2 51Ceo. men ?-.1a1 for instance ? Will our neighbor Mesrs. Editors, you will perceive that Hut
) For Randall Messrs. Coitin Fairbanks Smith for Judge, and viewed the opposition to him from
; Floyd Priest D. Miller, Columbia, Spring Term, I47 3 2 251 2 21; inform us? The fact is, the editor of the Sentinel whole difficulty exists in the disconnection betwreB
: Tabor-C. Willis B. Dangerfi, I. 3 2 25j 2 25 democrats as the best evidence of his fidelity to the is floored Quincy and Chattahoochie, and the tUB
floored and
:: :: :: -fairly Mr. ,too. The only remedy,
i .1 For Jlcurae-O. James S. Jones, :) I r 3 I51 3 75 whig cause. For the future, however, he would Cabel
Whig is rotten" the of suggest i is the establishment a mail route dire
.. on subject slavery.
a II. 2 4C 3 00 : o
Jacob 2 1 1
: Which result was communicated to the House. Sipple, 501 forsake politics, and know no man but as a Judge
Jesse A. Johns .a 'a Ie .. 1 75 3 4 35Leaston The Sentinel's own showing makes him so, and it is from Bainbridge, Ga., to Chattahoorhie three
Result tbo should know him.
..5" House ; Wynn, Fall Term, IS.J. 3 2 25 1 SC 3 75 useless to attempt to get over it by such weak resorts times a week, and thus alter the time of the Quincy
.... For Lancaster, 19 Lea,ton Wynn, aa cpring Term IS41, 2 1 501 2 4( 3 00 This is the way whigs do things. We have given a* he makes in his last will not do to mail s that it will connect with the line from this
: Randall, 13 Joel Curry, 'I rail Term, 18.J6, :5 3 'I 3 75 the history, that the people may judge how sincere papr. I refer
to Bainbridge at and from thence
place ,
the Quincy
to opposition to in his District at
4 Macrae, 3fJ'he Joel Curry, a. Spring Term, 1S47 4 3001 3 40 these men are when they abuse democrats on account own -
John \V. towe, 'a u u :; 3 35' 3 ool 6 75 or to Tack's, or Palfrey's votes Chattahoochie with the Western mail line, also with
President announced that there election. :: of action. We the Giddings
was no party defy
production of
a aa 251 65
3 40 4
Mathiu Butler, 2 2 against him. was not because the mail steamer Quiricy which leaves Chatlahoo-
: FOCRTII "OTl O. William n. Eaton, .. 4. a. 3 .7 251 16 241 any parallel to this in the proceedings of the demo- they sus
chie for
For Lancaster-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin Brett William Edwara Fall Term, J8.j1j, 1 .751 1 Sd I 2 25 crats. Tell us no more you act above party when pete his soundness on the slavery question-but it Apalachicola every Wednesday and Sunday

{ Burritt, Loriiner, McMillan: Tracey Walker Watts-10. William Edwards, ., Spring Term, 1847, 3 2 25t 2 4 4 65 you make a Judge. We will produce the declaration was because be voted for the declaration of war, morning atZo'dok.-.

For Randall Messrs. Costin Fairbanks Priest Smith John Light, 'a f"all Term, 1&-16. 1 '75 1 45 of thanks thereby sanctioning the charge tbat.. war existed by MAJ. LORIJCG.
Floyd, ad Term 337 of the gentleman elect to disprove -Although we are happy to per
John t941 3.
S Light, prin 2 25 1 "
'I :Tabor-G. hue Ogden, 4' .. 'a .a 2 I 51); 2 4 30 your assertion. the act of Mexico. Wilson for whom Giddingsand ceive that the Legislature of nr. State have manifested .

I. For ..1lacraO. E. Carraway, .. Dec. Term, ISIG.OSl: 75 3 75 As a finale, we append the resolutions of a Tuck voted for Speaker,invariable gave his vote an appreciation of the services of their gallant
4 E. 'a Spring 'term, 18.11 2 1 fJI 2 3 50; wag for Winthrop. These truths were knownto fellow-citizenMajor ,we regret exceedingly
Which re.ultVal communicated the Houso. unpleasant
to which
.. .. came :accidentally our hands. To appreciate that the first resolotion, that of presenting .
John \V. Robertson 2 1 50 3 20 4 70 .rd
our neighbor but he makes allusion
no to them in
Result in the House : them, it will be lemembered that Mr. Lancaster to Major LOSING and Lieut.MARIN, was not
Fall Term 225
A. J. T. 19-10( 3 225
his apology for Mr. Cabell's vote. The opposition to ed. As tar it is of honor, the of
For Lancaster, 19 A. J. T. Wright, Spring Term, IM7 3 2 25 I 2 25 before being made Judge had been elected a :testimony vote
Randall, 13 Etisha Green. .. 'a 18.t6 4 3 00 1 25! 4 25 Speaker, and his son Clerk. his election to Congress because of his vote for the thank is I valuable to these gentlemen as the
.. Bat when it is to the
Macrae 4 James TumbUn, a' aa 1847 3 2 25 200 4 2.5 war, was 5 notorious, that we are astonished the jde presentation
a. .. ., Resolved, That this House adjourn to-morrow, to of the swords, that the i too to pay for
aa 25' 25
Jam II. 2 tIC 4 poor
Tumblin. 2
The announced that there election. s 3 editor of the Sentinel should to it
President attempt give
was no confess
them of
John Delany, 'a l aa aa 3 2 25 225 meet as soon as practicable in Jacksonville, E. F., any we our Sovereign Republic
.. other coloring. But so it is-the favorite of Flori Florida is presented in a somewhat ridiculous
I FIFTH VOTING. William Mill9! Marion, 3 2 25 2 tX 4 25 where the Lancaster's reside.
For Lancaster-Mr. President Messrs. Avery, Austin Brett, Bur. Slomon Hal), ran Term, 1916, :3 I 2 25 2 0( 4 25 J? .o/Bft7That if. members wear red the da" has put his foot into i the very first thing, and We doubt whether there is a man hi Florida who
roses on would not have his share
;; .r ritt. Lorimer, McMillan, Tracey, Walker, Watts-10. Solomon Hall, Spring Term, 1547 3 2 25:; 2 DC 4 25 left shoulder it is necessary that the wire.puler should exert all cheerfully paid of the tax,
for a and and it is honor the
'a .. .. 85; badge, that it be called the as an frequently conferred at
60 5
; For RmWa11-'feurs. Costin, Fairbanks, Floyd, Priest, Smith Wrill Mobl", 3 2 25 3 House of Lancaster" their ingenuity to extricate him. Well might he day by Legislatures fellow-citizens
William hughes, Escambia, aa Ii 40:; 2 12 6 62 present
t Tabor-0. \Vit; i.m R Prinvt._ 'I .. .. aa r. .5 !'j) 2 t2 6 62 ask (or advice from his constituents as to how he low the rank of General officer the first resolotion.

For Macrae 0. Henry Liplord:' '-' Gadsd, FaliTerru. 1616. 3 75 2 i 00 Congress.On should act in Congress,as he did in the Card we bad as it was introuce first, should have been adopted

..w. Result in the House : Henry L plord. Extra Term. 1546, Iii 12 00 2512 25 the honor to publish from him some week's since. witboot tu Or friend .Qri TAX," is of opinion -

For Lancaster, 19 Henry M. Lipford, raIl Term, 15.J6, 9 6 75 25 7 00 Wednesday 15th, Mr. CALROON' submittedthe We are glad of one thing,in this connection, however the that some personal feelings iuJuced the course o

; .. Randall Ceo. M. Hamilton, Santa Rosa, Spring; Term, 1H7!: 5) 3 75 3 75 following resolutions in the Senate, which were Lgsature.
his constituents
12 John McRae, Jefferson, ran Term, IS.jIj, 3 I 2 25 1 05 3 30 ordered printed : -none of could have had time to Says Joe," We must both answer no,"

Macrae, 4 A. J. Collins, Escambia, Spring Term, 1847 4 3 00 3 00 commune"with him ere he cast that vote,and can And 'gainst voting the swords we must rally:
1 .. The President announced that there was no election. A. G. Milsted, .. .. .. (j" 50 2 DC 6 5')() Resolved, That to conquer and hold Mexico,eitheras not, therefore b responsible for the act. On him For the whigs would be fools,to put danzrroos tools
4 Gabriel Bolland, aa 'a .. 'a G" 50 3 60 8 10 a province or incorporating it into the Union, is Into hands that might thrust at their "Ally
SIXTH VOTING. must rest all the blame unless indeed he !
.. inconsistent with the avowed object of the acted under
A. J. Collin!, a U a 6 4 5i 4 50 war con.
For Lancaster-Mr. President Messrs. Avery, Austin Brett, Boy.I Antoine Collini. a4 .. fj 4 r.o 4 :YJ trary to the settled policy of the Government, in the advice" of the little clique of politicians aa Bides." replied Joe, honest Samuel, yen know

.. I. ritt, Lorimer, McMillan, Tracey, Walker, Watts-JO. D. G. McLean, 'a I. 4' :5 3 '15 10 SC 14 05 conflict with its character and genius, and, in the about the Capitol," who,we suspect,have been guilty cash must be kept in the till :

; For Randall-Messrs. Costin, Fairbanks, Priest Smith Tabor5. Ezekiel Brown, aa I' aa aa 5 3 75 1 3O 11 05 institutions.end must be subversive of all our free and popular of more than one dirty trick towards our honorable If we squander our hoards in pnrcha ?swords.
.. .. Pray what will become of BilL"Jacksonville
f. ; For AlcurO.. Ezekiel Brown Wa\ton, 3 2 25 2 50; 4 7S: Nt
Jane lcSween, .a aa aa 5; 3 75 3 30 1 (15 Resolved, That no line of policy in the father Representative. .V r$
:: r ,' Which result was communicated to tho House. Jane McSween, Etc mbia.s: 3 75 7 30 11 05 prosecution of the war should be adopted which may In conclusion,we inquire if the Sentineti accusation -

,S Result in the House : ThomasPttman, Walton u 3 2 25 I 18 4 03 tend to consequences so disastrous.On of "cruel must stand against us, or {From the JV.? O. Picayune, Extrct, ISA wu/.J

': For Lancaster '* Thomas Pittman, I. .. .. aa :I 2 25 1 7& 4 03 the same day, Mr.SCHKWCK of Ohio,offeredin have we injtice" skiits are clear, and that LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
.. Q.. J. Finkhar .' .. .. aa 2 25 10 2 35 the House or The fchr. Portia
ii.t. Wakeman
: Randall .. :1 a set of resolutions on the same oar neighbor is guilty inconsistency and hypocrisyin Captain ar-
Geo. \Y. a' II 'a 1-1 3 0.5Gao.
Brantley, 2 25
Macrae, 5 W. Brantley .. .a .a ::1:I 2 25 Ic 2 35P. subject, which were not, however acted on by the his effort to cover up the objectionable character rire here on Sunday afternoon, having aie

p: s' : The President announced that there was no election. D. Gleason, .. a' # U .. :1 2 25 2 4 '15 House. The inexpediency of extinguishing the za. of Mr. Cabell's vote? Vera Cruz on the itt inst. \ an

SEVENTILVOT1. P. B. Gleason, 'a a' u 'a 3 2 25 10 2 35: tional existence of Mexico is reitersted, but it is indebted to the courtesy ofa gentleman who

For .Lmc4IttT-Mr. President Messrs.! Avery, Austin Brett Bur Angus GiUis, II 'a a. a.. 2 t 50 1 06 2 M proposed so to avail ourselves of our conquests as to I Qcntcr TIMES.-We omitted came on her fur a package of letters .
1. a accidentally passengr
25 .
Aldrich E1cambia 5
Edward S. 25
A Lorimer McMillan Tracey, Walker, Watis-10. 1 5 establish by treatyatipulations with The steamer
ritt, Carrie 3 2' 5 45 a lasting peace I Mar Bur
D. B. Santa Rosa, 3 2 25 : to notice in last the of
our the first
1 For ;RandalJ-Meura.: Costin ..Fairbanks Floyd, Priest, Smith, A. K.Pooly,(two CUf'I,) cambia, .. U al fl 8 25 8 25 Mexico upon the basis of an entire tree trade betweenthe receipt was to have left Vera Cruz the same day,

I to. Tabor-0. : JesseeRiv., sa a' II a .. 30' 1 44 444 two Republics such u exist between the several number of a paper with the above title, pub the bulk orthemai ;&placed on board cf

;j For Jatrai-t-O. Robert MeLeod, .. .H".. Hr. 4 3' :1.124121 States of this Union." lished in our sister town Quincj. It is edited her ; but our fifrlr crresndtnt at Vera
aa aa ... so) 06 s 46
William Walters :
Which communicated to the House. IS. He further to M reed alt the Cruz took the duplicating some
result was William Walten, .a aa li .( 3 00 3 00 proposes territorywe and published by C. JCUAN precaution
.j. Result in t the; House : W. U. Flettiler, 'a .i .. to 7 1'j:'() 4 4 (U PS have taken from Mexico beyond the Rio Grande gentleman of worth and urru1.a of our letters by the Portia.The .

'J For Lancaster, 19 J. B. Zeaman a' .. H .. .. 3 cx: 2 OJ 5 8t upon the condition that our citizens have free ingressand young promising news by tbr arrivel is very importanfr

.9 t rc! Randkll, 13Macrae Samuel Russell Dun, a 3 2 2 3 7 IS 00 egress into New Mexico and Upper California, talent. We hope the enterprise will succeed, and first of all. the story about Santa Anna's

4 W.Isaac H.R.Dewitt Robinson, Jefferson Leon. Fall" Term" 1846.1S(1. 2 8 0 t OC 50 1 5( 3 6 00 00 the privilege ot holding land and exercising their religion and ou fellow-craftsman- be amply repaid for being at the head of 18,000 men, and threatening .

.. .. The President announced that there was no election.ZIGHTU \V. P. Murdock, MadiJOD, SprngTertn; J831 4 3 X 1 04 4 0. i i and carrying on trade Jolly u any o((he his labor. and overawing Conga and Uwdesoatch

; t '' vonac. *v John S. Whitfield, && Fail Term, JSC5, 5 3 '75 1 2S 5 03 Mexican citizens of those provinces.." of Gen. Worth to protect

,'. For Lancaster Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin; Brett, Bur. Joseph J. Whitfield, .. 'a a.. .. 3 2 2 '14 2 89 Mr. Schenck insists'upon other important stipulations I (ttr The lower house of th South CongNI turns out to bo mere m
B. M. Whitfield U II. aa 3 75 t 2i ::5 03 ai.n&
!McMillan, Tracey. Walker, Watts-10. such the than Gen
nit, as right of( entry and departure of our Legislature has passed a biLl appropriating mor
For JLwuioW -Messri. Fairbanks, Priest, Smith-3. I Prper7 or W. Eo Kilcreue shipping into and from the Mexican ports unrestrict famous entr into 'Mexico in the middle of'July
;: of $5000 for the immediate wants of the orphansand *
0. gentleman tJroroughly eonver*
I. For Macrae- edloading andunlotding,and purchasing selling
communicated to the'House. The St. Louis containmore widows of those of toe Palmetto Regiment with who
'Which result was Tax Lo.* or THE TAMSKAW.- papers : cargoes as in Oft ports. sant Mexican a&ir came passes-

-p V F Lancaster, 19 ECHOLS th Mexican war, and those who haw best information he could obtain i atim
/0'1 a. steamboat Talisman. The number of persons ascertained to bare Or: Col. commanding the 13th '
1 ,., ; ;; naodatl!, 1 .- the-setrice. The that in place of bin,m command J s
German and other of InCuitry d at the come disabled in bi bj o
.t h p '-Mtcrae: '. f 4 been drowned \\tjifly-onc, mostly emigrants.No .- Regiment f National thousand men* 8. Anna la* a igUeeaL
tha house.
; Mexico on the 3d instant. undoubted/! pasted i
The President announced' that ihere wa no election. cabin passengert perished. Bridge, ,

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'IL2DLIed! ., nor-eYeD a hundred and eighty fol- "on the 21st instant politely furnished us with ofthe Bank- Charleston, which- was received LCCtfr Jefferson Circuit Court FLORIDA. LAND* .SALRlf. M-r :j**: .i'. .j J. t I

... With this rumor falls a good deal of the following intelligence : by one of our citizens I genuine, bat which ON THE CULTIVATION OF MEMORY. IN CHANCERY l.. ..

3over judicious composition upon the renewal A pronunciamento baring Wen made by was refused at the State Bank'.a counter ilL J. ACTON respectfully informs the citizens Wfflitnl Sailer, Adm'r. dt fait ntf* of Jbllfi BelJtmy t.. .;; ,

Jibe verf
Anna, be engaged sixty men and paid them has issued no bills engraved like the counter explaining the Trio'1we memory of it. 00P"0 fi. parifoif; /V/Hitfaft// .

Gen. Anaya vrw elected] President of Mei- in advance, to accompany him (rani 'Tehucan felt in question. which ba at its head a en. ( not pept aD ;rna then oar ability de T pp>iHng to the satisfaction of the Court, by .

{coon the 11th uh. Ho has once before to that city, but &soon at they had received graving of a high bi with a railroad track to improve o memories 10 sixmonthi made In.this catte, that Tlta D. Pa :.

,fflPmTi8lonalPretdcnt. His present term the sum asked for they deserted that General.He near by, on which a locomotive. It is wore will b clearly proved; direction* given to all rio.the taid; defendant, reifies" out 0 State ofnod. fee e.lleeJ fof ( '
Auction5: bo
), motion be ,
the old how to desirable and in the State of Georgia "XTLL iii
of office extends only to the 8th of January then nrrre the commander of the thy remark, too, that the vignettes (hea.]) ( t object.excepted. Lecture) to commence accomplish at 7 1 o'clock. for CompUifiant: Kit OfderM, o of March, tM9. at the County Sit t, ,, I

aext. He is known to bo in favor of peace. forces in the of'.er Cruz, Gen. Martin, on either end are very faintly done. Te signatures on Tuesday night, December 3Sth. Admittance 2: the sad Tiittan D; Purifo) 3t appear In3 answer Rto County, East FWida, severaliratti of Land; ,.

Informing bis; cabinet be continued Moray to send him an escort, which the latter reluc. ofthe President and Cashier are en. cents. December 2 5, Is.n: 23 the bill of Complaint filed in ihiicadse within fourmonths Township, Range 19, aud Id Tlwihp 24.j t

Villtmil in the War Department- and made tantly granted ; but immediately after sent his graved fac rimUes., and the name ofthe payee Dollar deft or the( said.tbl, bill of of the ptb1icatin be of taken this or.(or Rnve\14lh day of-March; at {lbe Court Uo.; of. t I
late the President his resignation to the government at Queretaro.Gen. is also The public cannot be ri Rew. wi '
PenayPena, Secretary engraved. to confessed : Provided, That a copy IhJs order 1 be Marion Conntvsundty tracts' in :
JState. The whole administration is in fa.tor : Santa Anna a to leave Tehuacan cautious, as no one, we presume,could possi. i I above rewad recovery of published in tome lenspapet printed f in the Middle Town.tliipl3Range2O, l
nun SAM and three Sam is
'of an honorable peace, and one of its first on the 22d for Queretaro. We therefore may bly detect them without the aid ofa Bank offi- I neo man five feet ten HORF., very a Circuit of Florida, onO a Week for the ipace of four 13, ": 2f, 1 tH

acts was' to dispatch a commission to the city expect soon to hear the news of the overthrowoftbe cer. gentand. forty or ( icbe year. old. Te inteU.I' toot *. THOMAS(Signed) judge. ;1 14 M,;. ..; .
Mexico to negotiations with Mr. Govenimentof Mexico. are of the following description : one e urel' '
Trist. The commissioners were Senors Cou Our informant says tbat the people in RcJations of the Sexet.-The Editor of the mare,with a a on her left hind leg just above tbe December IS, 1847. 2 At Mail Court House, on .Jur3111 lbe 23d # J

Orizaba and Cordera await. National Era,in reply to a : knee; one small bay horse, and one large chetntit fof Sal Maci ::4Sett1iti. .
and Cueras and Gen. Rincon were anxiously corspondent says l
to, Aristain horse, with a blaze (ICt. The above property was Lad Tbwnship< K ner.ThcSlJjof '
the first two baring been on the former com.I ing the arrival of the Americans, who were .As to our own creed we |lit highly or. taken or run off from the plantation in Leon CoUnty ? lHft tub! for tale his erid're possession 4 23; t 1 'Ii

I mission. Mr. Trist's powers had been re. reported to be on their march from Jalapa to tboox.Ve believe that woman was taken on which Dr.ThomasLanglately.resided.. I is the JL of LANDS in Jefierson County, four miles Est .. W4of 24-, 1;s 7.E t. &

the arrival of the commission those places to free them from the yoke of, the side of man but that ever ,separate property of Mrs. Lang secured her by of the Ocilla River immediately on (the road NW4of23; l. 7.
yoked to .
prior ard has been placed in from at the Flat For, to Madison '.
contract bands
who threatened their since man ha been born of woman ; that marriage rfly Monticelo. crossing NB4of 2 l; 7. t
: and as Gen. Scott possessed no powers to guerrilla banditties, pro. by t order and decree nf the Circuit Court of this District Cour containing seven hundred and] i; I; K ; :

:. treat with them, it is presumed they were re. perty and lives they are both very indispensable to each other to preserve for the benefit of the raid Mrs. Lang.All twenty acres,with Cftie Mindfi and seventy acres in .. Ilb 0, I. D. .

(erred to our Government, at Washington. In Vera Cruz paper ofthe 26th we find and that if'man, the bermit sighed till person are C rb.demployin ,purchasing or using cultivation; with a go Dtble.enf Log Unns.Kitchen At Jeflersoa Court House, on flondav, the 27tH f. r

: the following : woman smiled,' she bae done the the[ said property .the penalties of the law wi and Negro Jos. fr.t rle Corn Cribs March : i
The next most important intelligence by .
INTEnIou.-On the 9th inst. same thing, bad her full on first a. be i strictly, enforced against all such a* may Gin House and the said one hundred S. R. -
: this arrival is the reported arrest of Gen. FROM TIC no gaze A. A. FISHER and seventy acre cleared Jri the best order forculinlion. ThEiofIV4bf] 13; T.S, E. f
Life rested him that if in
to a
I Worth, Gen. Pillow and Lieut. Col. Duncanby Gen. Scott intmated to the editor of a paper waking upon ; Sheriff and Receiver of the Court. have Inree wells of good water This ibfStV4of 13, I, 5. -

I Gen. Scott. The verbal report is that (El Judio Errante) that if be continued the certain sense, man is the head ofthe woman, fy? J. W. SHERWdOD J S. pace about the hallway gto nd between the WlofN.E4of 14. 1. 5. t; ; ,

letters written these reflecting publication articles calculated to create dis. woman is the heart of man in a good many December! 25, 1S47. 23 I and GUT Swamp an i it deservedly crlebrtedor 'I WiofSEj6( J4, 1. :;. i
by gentlemen of his senses that there is no of or, so ( health. production o( lhw lands cannotbe 3.IXNEIof 31, I. 'S.
he would the publication ; right
turbance confic r
upon the Commander-in-chief fallen into the stop materials to be i far we have no hostility Dissolution of Co-partnership. lurpaSr. i if equalled, for the culture of Corn, G. 2. 5; 'r t
and printing a Cane, &c.
his which he at once arrested paper cause c. E ofNWjbf 6 ,
possession, upon co-partnership heretofore exi tine under the i ; 2. ;
sold for the benefit ofthe between the sexes; that the crowning THE In addition to the above,the subscriber has a well ?
them. We have not received letters and style of MANNING has TXMS One-fourth cash, the balance j three ;
yet any pr. ARNE" selected assorted :
of Earth is the well ordered Family, and stock of DRY GROCERIES Ii
glory .
from the city of Mexico later than the 24ih A Mexican was tried military Commission ; this day by mutual ben disshr. All per &c., which he would GODS equal annual instalments, with interest in 1
aUMe. .
t November.. They make no mention of for shooting with the intention of killing where husband and wife rule each other by sons indebted to said firm, are respectfully reue.te tertns; being at dip for on mer.reasonable Or, i if any purchasers should prefer to pay e.h; r. i
another and was condemnedtobe Love and Reason, without rude appeals to to make immediate payment of the same. a five per cent. will be deducted from the credit instal .
these arrests, but we have letters on the Maria person chandizing, thickly M'lte and rich settlement. .
in the prerogative on one side, or necessity of suffer J. F. AJF. Persona to mercantile business anda ments.I
from the of Mexico, which we flogged plaza. wishing carry
Burt city
pre. of 1
JOHN the particular tracts be had
can by apply
List I it
the i i
ing submission on other, both equally loved farm at the tame time would pleased with the
sumS will elucidate the whole matter. November 2 IS41. [Dec. 25.] 23 b ing to any ol the Post Masters in Beuion or Mario '$
The following letter contains political news MOUNT Y EJJ. .-An effort is \being and respected by their children, both equally : premises. County, or they wilt be furnished applif for. by .4 f
Persons invited call
made by a number patriotic gentlemen to loving and reverencing the great Fatherr of Select School for Boys. wishing to purchase are to letter addressed to THE REGIS
: interest and importance, though one sen. on the subscriber,and examine the clock and premi pd-pi. ..SAT S !
induce Congress to purchase Mount Vernon All. TN this which i is limited to TER, A1 J.tRrD r-
Shol. pU.
is confused fear is hnnly.frf
tence ajid we something FDW AfDS JOHN ef I
from its present proprietor Mrs. Jane C. J. pile, are three vacancies. cogent reasons Jefferson County, December IS, Kepttrr .!
omitted. It altogether probable that 2 : Public Lands the S
appears I Washington, who has signified her willingnessto The Wise Men of New Jersey.-A person eplemeralpupils are not dr jrrd. of Ftate of J7Da. t
Mexican hai been dissolved by Tallahassee, Not.; 13, Is47.
the Congress To remove in to the !
regard 1
of hundred and acres of made application, at a town.meeting in New misapprehensions Sheriff's dale.T "C
dispose one The this W
the withdrawal of the Pure, so that no fly brandIes taught, ai well to the rates of tuition fjO-: following papers wi please publish
obtained. quorum I. tbe estate, including the l/idings groundsand Jersey, for liberty to build a grist-mill, and if the subjoined schedule i is a published. )Y virtue of a writ of fi.(a.,issued (rem the Cir. above three months, and .r accounts to f h. tf l

can be tomb ofthe Father Country," to they would grant him the privilege, offered to The rates of tuition (payable always in advance,) JJ cuit Court of Wakulla County in favor ot Wil State Rei.ttr.viz: The Florida Herald, St. Anpis- t.1
MEXICO, Nov. 24, 1847.A Bailey, against Henry H. Walker line at Jacksonville ArrusOcala : Savannah l {'
lam ; Nr"l. ;
( viz plintif
for are as
the Government, on certain conditions, for grind for the inhabitants ofthe town one. olow. : .rt' .
Senor Zuliata who come time since 1. H. others defendants, and by Republican and ; Charleston Mercury : '
Emerson pt
Writing, Arithmetic (
brought forward a resolution to erect the city the sum $100,000.. twentieth part oftbe rain. The town appoin. 1st.) Readin& part consent ot parties,I will sell on the first Monday in and Courier;t the Sandard an the Register*Raleigh; t f\

of Mexico into an independent State during the A memorial on the sulject, addressed to ted a committee of theIr wise men to search 2. Arithmetic, (Efron.part 2d,) English Gram January next, within I leg>l hours at NewpfJrt in lid the Columbus Timt. Georgia : t

which both Houses Congress, is about to be circulated into the matter, who, after deliberating uport mar, (Goold Geography, History, $9 per County of Wakula. the ( namt negro U ''- t
occupation by the American army, slaves, to wit feiTb% pap *which have ? rcq.teJ
the entire Union and the the told the miller the one-twentieth quarter. bef If"
throughout a subject, Maria about 35 old Celia about the .Florida rt"publib
was rejected! by the Congress with yean IS yearsold Land & please .
proposition The Latin Greek and French and aa
has again made himself: the laughingstock : desire is universal that the mansion and part would be to much, considering the advantage Literature.3. (Arnold Ollcndorfl, kc,Languages) Arithmetic Margaret about 16 years old, Hampton a boy be I sales in Madison and Jefferson Counties, .

scorn another grounds occupied by Washington in his life it would be to him, and they thought ([Emerson, 3d.) Algebra Geometry,Trigonome. about 12 )ears of age Reuben a boy abut 10, Jeff a And the daily papeis in Charleston and SaTaonahj f.
of the nation by proposition, no part
time, and the tomb that now holds his sacred be might to grind for the one-six- try I.ten.uration Surveying Book-keeping, Na- boy about 10, Daph a woman about 3.Rose a girl viz; the Mercury and Courier, and the Republican .I f
less than that the federal compact should be wel afor about 1C, a boy years a girl about and Georgian,will please once a itxrk only
ashes, should be Kept in a state of preservation teenth. man, after some besita. lura Philosophy Physiology, Ethics, 12 per quar Iaa abut" pablsl vi '
and the be 12, Zine Sam lorthreemonths.
woman a man
broken, the union destroyed years tNonmbr
cry 3 ;but
A consists of three calendar months f
.\ given to the States, "saurc qui ]It'll:." The and be free visitors, die memorial will tion, consenrtd and the mill-place was granted thirteen quarter weeks. 30 rears.Jim a boy about v-ars.Man a zirl 27,,i?ri. i fa & :':H t f

was received with indignation andrejected doubtless receive the names of aery large on better terms by four School bills, when not earlier attended to by parents 17:Old Hark aman ab.ut 45:Little Ua-k ahoy about i J J
proposition 14, Hetty a woman about 35. Hannah a girl about Notice. t
of than he bad offered. -
majority our countrymtn. per cent. will invariably presented one week before
I at once. b 12 years, Lew a man about 5)years, Cinda a woman weeks after ,
he of the date I apply to the Hon.
front another letter which John Davidson in expiration quarter. about 25 and her child about 3 ,Solomon man S .hal
Here is an extract THE WILMOT PROVISO.! PRETTY GOOD.-One IL ALLAN. years a of Probate in the County cf Jeferson ItJudge

gives us an account of a sharp affair with Illinois, ran away with the wife of a corn spec. Tallahassee December 25, 1S47. 23 iftm'traits about 3:years. Duty, Cump l.ura.Louisa,Ctiffe, ( ,for letters of Administration on the estate t>f' :

guerrillas, which is very creditable to our the IVilmol Proriso, and ulator. The speculator heard of the fugitives Dine, Dcu. Daniel the of Mf. It. George Ellis, late ot said County,deceased. j.?1 'I,.
History of th upon a property lid Henty POWELLJef1rsor
Painted Oil. .1
arms: at Natchez, and fearing that Davidson i Walker and William H. Walker; and to sold to RLE L i I'
it b
Reasons ,
for 21 Ct
:MEXICO, Xu,'. 19, 1847. ; would run short of money, he sent him a 850 THE Citizens cf Tallahassee adyie that, satisfy said wit of fl. fa. C'nty. -7. i t

On the 6th inst. tbirtJ'. il wagons belong As given by Mr. Wilmot himself in a note in a letter, and told him if he 6didn'tcear fitted up his Study in the rord story A HALL. and I"

in this and Puebla left Speech made him in Tioga County Pa., on with the he'd of M8.DLMILLT' Boarding Haute,(adjoining the Sheriff Wakulla County. La Buter" .I
ing to merchants city bJ out down east woman, Union Bank,) for the reception of Viitors.lhe undersigned December 18, IS47. 22 JUST""oi.d per .hr. ocoo.d for sale lo '

the latter place with a lot of tobacco, dry goods the 21st September, 1847-from which tbe gouge out both his eye, and thrash him with "ery rrspelfulltender his services as 1 HOC. :

and brandy, destined for this city. On following an extract. Mr. Wilmot said: in an inch of his life." I is supposed that Portrait Painter ; pledge himself to Notice. December 4. 1547. 2 $L .

reaching San Martin. Gens. Ilea and Torre. the happy pair sloped," as they have not paint a faithful and accurate Likenesses as dhy in persons are hereby forewarned from fading
"The Proviso, sir, was not batched in t his Ladies and Gentlemen are ]lei fed to ALL '
up country. so
jon, in command of the guerrilla forces there, been since heard of by their Illinois friends. call his where he be found betweenthehoursof a NOTE payable t* David Bedd by incas I Fay Grerii. i fi
cabal The occasion which tudy
or caucus. ma bold his and .
any paper for near the amount, he refuses have by New York
made a descent upon the wagons, capturedthem called for it arose but a few hours before the An Anecdote for Almanac .Makers-Everyone S:A. M. and 4t P. M. to The note is due the first of Januarynext WE and New Orleans, a choice selection nf Groceries )

and started ofT for Queretaro via Tlascala. adjournmnnt of tbe first session ofthe late Con. remembers the pleasent anecdote told of Gilt frames fdrnished if RUSSELL.. }1tti.t.O and dated in February last. I will not pay the suitable fo Family and Plantation use: 11.:
Information was convened to Gen. Lane required.OSBEKT said note, unless compelled by law. Chets. Codfish, Raisins Prunes, St. t:
which took place at 12 o.clock, M., of Partridge, the celebrated almanac maker 1hcbr.l.
at Puebla, who started after them with a force NICHOLAS LLOYD. J Luis nOr, Sides Sholdef. Bacon, French I H
Monday the 10th of August.! On the Satur. about 100 since. In travelling on k t IS
and the command )years JBIN December 1947. 22 1 French Mushrooms, Raspberry and Cnr- 1 i
infantry cavalry ofCapt. day before, the message ofthe President ask. horseback into the country he stopped for his B. LOOMIS, Artist New York ; d. W. rent Jellies Preserved Ginger Lobster and Salmon; .4

Roberts. When they reached Tlascala they ing that t\.o millions be placed at found the enemy there and Capt. R. who had' leans ; C. CCRTIS Artist Ky. ; J u. C. \n.1. For sale low Ly i
was received and read in the House of Repre horse, that he might reach the next town, GADSDEN SHERIFF f.
been sent to the rar of the town, seeing a Artist Phiaelpbia. IaA.SAieOEas, SALE & !t
sentatives. It was the subject general remark where he intended to sleep. "If you would 25 tf virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from November b '
1ecemuer : & BY
movement to run off the train charged upon and speculation.! That day, at dinner, take my advice, sir," said the ostler, a he Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the 27.IS7. g

the"guerrillas,completely routing them,killing : the conversation turned upon it; in which was about to mount his horse, "you stay Notice.flOMMITTED County of Jackson. Western Circuit of Florida, A Female Boarding- School f .:
officers i wi wherein Daniel Cook i is Reuben i is
and thirteen
seventeen taking priso.. Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, Robert P. where you are for the night, a you sure to Jail a negro filarl who defendant I have plinlif.and wilt Sot 'V ILL commence at Upper Suwannee Springs. j- 1"I .:
lie 1'1. In the mean time a portion of the wagons iy \ S says his name is NED and he belongs Jfif upon expose Hamilton county Florida.on the first Monday !.
Jacob 8. Yost of Penn. overtaken says
Dunlap, of ly by a pelting Non. tale before the door, in the town of
which had been taken mile from the I fin rain. to John Byd. of Lwnde County Ga. Curt-Hose in January next, undfr the charge of two :< .
eylvania, and took a part. I remarked sense, nonsense, exclaimed rria- Quincy, on day of Lit
of the set mJself almanac The said negro let inches high, Dembr.IS.7. who have been raised and the *
town by a were on the described eucatn 'f t
party enemy following ,
millions asked for Ker .there is for honest property
that it two a sixpence you my stout builti datk and about 30 old. negro : ,
'a complece. years
before the slaves Dick, Fields and
and six destroyed, infantry by the President was to be paid, at all, a the fellow, and goo afternoon to you." He prd. The owner of negro requested to come forward L Jel the Spencer.of said defendant,and Primaiy Class, Reading Spelling,: V'rifinjf,i.c. per, ..:.

came up, who rescued the remainder. think first instalment of purchase money for large ceeded on journey, and sure enough, he prove property, pay charges, and take him to told upon to a, property writ of fieri quarter, $3 0' .
t this will be a lesson to the guerrillas and I away. J. W. SHERWOOD Jailor. b satisfy sid fcia. Higher English branches, per quater. 4 ( C
accessions from Mexico the United drenched in shower. B. C. .
t teach them that the Americans determined territory tt was a heavy Partridgewas December 25, 23Adinstrator's Sherif. drawing and Painting (including Miniature If
are IS.I.
Nov. .5, 1537. 1C JAMES HI S.
declared incase the and E. 1
States; and then my purpose, struck with : prediction, be. Mezzotint, Ink Poonah.i-c. ) quarter 3
mercantile interests of this above sale has 0
t to protect the Mr. McKay (the chairman of the Committee ing always intent on the interest of his alma. Sale. first 537 Monday The in January, ben. postponed until the Embroidery on Muslin Lace and Silk, and i .j :
the -
f country, no matter to what nation merchants of Was and Means) bould bring in a nac, he rode back on tbe in5tant and was received 7TLL Tallhasee. on the first Mon. making Wax Flowers, per quarter, 1 "k :

t may belong. bill amendment to the effect that the ostler with day in man named Latin and French each, extra, 2 111 Z !
to move an by a grin. Well, February negro Leon Circnit
with of tbe OU '
Iris that Gen. Patterson'sdivision tm.IN Music n.e Piano 10
f The Arco left Jalapa says on the 25th ult. Before slavery should be excluded from any territory ,i sir, you see I was right after all." "Yes, my estate Vernon of.Norborne and a lot of T.taw Bok.. or the belonging benefit to of the the CHANCEY. A few small boss will be taught if desired. A $ f I j'

I his be the 23d two American acquired by virtue of such appropriation. r.On.en lad you have been so, and here is a crown heirs and By order ot the Administrator. Creditor Sill for settlement of Etlatt. scholastic year to consist often months. No deductions .. H \
departure bung on rreitor. made for absence, in of tickness. I
and said he would make etcept case 1
objected, a condition that how
on me 23 tt
for killed Mexican you you tel you Deember 2' 1S7. James E. Broome and others, for themselves and Board and
teamsters, having Lodginginclndinglighesandfuel;
it. Dunlap and Mr. knew of this rain." "To sir other creditors of M. ,
speech against GO'eror sure, replied A. Gatlin Complainanti,
twelve old. He caused also to be at 25 per quarter. Particular attention will
boy years Yost approved of such an amendment, and ad. the man : .why, the truth i ix, we have $100 Reward. t*. be dolar conduct and morals of the prtpils. i1 'lfi
executed, the next day, the two Mexican offleers 1 Turbutt rah A. Betton.his Wife,Executrix i
tised me to adhere to my purpose. If anything an almanac our house called Partridge's AWAY or stolen from the subscriber on or R Bton. Persons wifhinc; to make arrangement* for entering :
Garcia and Alcalde, (belonging to the ofthe kind had been suggested before Almanac,' and the fellow is such a notoriousliar RAN the 10th of tie present month. a negro tlin. and other, Defrndantt.WIIEREAS children at this: School, will please address their .
8th and 11th regiments! who were taken woman named LYDIA, about 20 years of age of By an order made by his Honor letters 10 the Post Master at White Spring. !
tile House took for dinner, I cannot, that whenever he fine
prisoners commanding guerrillas, without a recess promises us a daywe good size, bright yellow curly hair, quick and bold'spoken. ', Judge on the ht IV- November 20, IS 17. IS tlJ
and I have tried to do recollect it. I wouldnot know that it be tbe direct in ;
been The buried so always wi con. She has a bad scar on one of her hips caused cember, 187. the above entitled cause,the undersigned I I
having exchange. people
however, say that it had not. After dinner trary. Now, your this day, the 21st by a burn or scald.also on each foot one toe is a wa appintt. among other things, to take Bagging and Rope.
them in and
t great pomp ceremony upon in front of the hotel, I had further com'er.lation June, is put down in our almanac little to short for the others. Sid negro formerly an account due to Complainants for Iheircaim. PIECES g .
which Gen. Patterson sent for the alcade, in-ori a belonged to the widow Wigzins and John R. Haws and to all other of said A. M. Gat- 75 b Kentucky Baring, .
I with several memhers.-Tho"e that I settled fine weather ; no rain. I looked at ctlo. Coils Rope. For sale by. j
interest 10 t
t who said that the funeral had been rpontane- or rather Haws' children (living neat the Wakulla ; it was ordered furrier
ous with the people, and that he bad not now recollect were :Ir. Grover,of New York, that before I brought your honor's horse out liver) from whom I bought her about two years That the said Muter do cause an advertise November. $nCHE LINDENEERGEIL j :

Pentoprevent I Mr. Drinkertwf of Ohio and Mr. Hamlin, and so was enabled to put you on your guard. since. She may be still in that nrilhborho.or she ment to b published in the floridian,* a newspa. 27. 15-1. 19 : J
( )besides be remarked that not. l
; : of agreed to advise with our may l be at Tallahawee, (' Mark.or she per published weekly in TalahasEe. and in such "
-- -- -- --- -- --- Pickles &c.
withstanding the numbers who bad at. -- --- Spices, 1
great be conveyed off. other public newspapers for -
Northern friends wh'n a ji
Editors Will
tended the ceremony, order bad not been
turned in the slightest manner. in evening session; and if the measure publishing the "following ticket for City Council, hat I can pet her ; or I will pay $100 for the negro in before him and prove their dib.;on or before the L/ Pckle.pick led Lobster, Wae I

informed \ met with their approbation, that it should be along with the one in (he'last Sentinel? and thief, or any one that harbors her [if a white first day of May trext f and of the creditors nut and Tomato Ketchups, C r Olive Oil, .- f
that Padre :MartinI
We hare been
pressed. We did so, and, so far as I beard, MANY VOTE S. person] with evidence rr'nyit them. who shall not corpinfldprove the time lard,Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cidef Vinegar fresh e I
( second Jurauta) bat I been made prisoner aforesaid, shall be* eicluded tb benefit of this de. Gooseberries ,and Currants in bofljej, fresh Salmon .
Northern Democrats unanimous in favor HALE i
while sleeping in one of-lhc; garitas of the chy were For Mayor, December 23, IS47. 2 tree ; and that rich person, parties to the mil, Sad and Halibut in canisters', rur Powder ,.. :
ofMexico. of the movement. When the bill was intro. D. P. HOGUE. who shall come)in before the said Master its prove lr. BranJy Cherries, rt Ginger an ,.i' ,

forward his duced or called up, several gentlemen collect For Couneilmin, Executor's Sale. heir dett.( do. UtMt They ate admile creditors, rant Jelly, Macarroni Vermicilli.Russia and Amer. ft
Senor Otero brought proposition cemtribote to the ican IsingTass, Irish Moss, dried Currants I
complainants Prune
ed together, to agree upon the form and terms J. T. ARCHER, L. O. B. proportion b i :
in the Mexican Congress for deprivingthe nRANCl. be sold at Nrwprt.Wakulla County on he expenses of this suit to be settled by the and Citron ,r
of the proposed amendment. I well recollect J. A. EDMONDSON, F. } WILL
Executive of the power to alienate any C. E. DYKE, I B. I.. LEW the next, a negro Master." Ant it was also ordered, account Nutmegs, Mace, Gmger, Allspice,' Cinnamon. III;
part of the territory of the Republic by a treaty that Mr. Rathbun, Mr. King,and Mr. Grover, J. L. DEMELLY, G. C. S. JOHNSON.For IS. man name Ju'ba and a nftoOan nametl Chase, be taken of al securities or collaterals held by the Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and l
of New York Mr. Brinkerhof of Ohio, Mr. longing the elate Cofeman, I triton respectively and a report be made of Ute sweet Marjoram i Orange Flower, R I Peach waters :
of peace. The proposition was rejected by Hamlin, of Me1., and Judge Thompson and derae.for the benefit of the heir and creditors of I ume. of tbe value of each." And i was also extract of Rose, Lemon, P"Itb Vanilla.- :

alarge majority which is deemed a favorable ofthe number Mayor, etale. WA. J. COLEMAN, order that all parties may b eamin upon in- For sale by LEWIS k.- AMES.- .
omen. myself Pennsylvania were D.: P. HOGUE. December 18. 1847. 2 ts Executor. terrotorie.and produce alt papers in I December 4, 18-17. 2 .

THE TRLIt.-Tbe large train under the \e not constitute the entire group. Some For Councilmen, ( or power, relating theretoupon oath I 1 :

command of Gen. Duller, has nearly all left. were engaged in drafting an amendment myself JAMES T. ARCHER, II. L RUTGERS, Administrator's Sale. : xfoi'e the said Muter, at the said Matter shall effect I Fie Pere ,. .

among the number, and were submitted D. H. AMES. R, BIRCHETT, be told at Newport.Wakulla County on .; From the Paris. :
The number of men accompanying it is esti. WILL Now, therefore all claiming to be creditors .
M. BROWN T. L. persons
all of which underwent more of lessalterations the 8th of next, a
have ) I .J January nero of said A. M.Gathn are hereby,in of EDYOSMIA, Helilrope, Club, Rchs Orirnum ,
mated at 8000. Gen. Scott will soon GRONER, O. B. BRANCH. named Abraham,belonging to the estate pursuance H Jockey .
at the suggestions of those standing L L man S,
&om ( the benefit ofthe heirs aid order notife to produce their claims, and the I Milefeur. Patchouly lhgronrUe;
to ) E ot
25,000 30.00J men. late Bartholomew
around and taking part in the business goingon. order Admipiif.raf.of. vouchers support thereof, and all collateral and, Ambrosia, a. Arabia .( :
A letter datfdbe 7th inst. informs Celebration of John's Day. and credttoft. By of the
private After various drafts bad been drawn and 8t December 19, 1847. 22 Securities therefor before me, at my office in Tallalastee Eglantine, Vanilla Violets" Bergamotte, Te"ain.
la that American soldiers arrived that day altered the language in which tbe smendmentoffered The Masonic Fraternity of Tallahassee will celebrate I within tbe time limited in said order; and Mafrocain a'nfl ess. Bouqvef. .:... t
from Cordova, where they bad been confined the Anniversary of SL John the Evangelist on HOUSE otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, Also Glenn's Ashland Perfume!, sad Petd J' .
U had been on was was finally agreed upon, At the the 27th inst. in this city, with appropriate ceremonies. CAROLINA hat they may be admitted parties to the said suit. I Meftiirs Eitraet 6f Fragrant FTowefs. ,
prisoners. captured
They result of our united labors. I well remember A Masonic Procession will be formed at the QUINCY/ FLORIDA. Dated this third day DecerobefA. p. 18f7 i The trne Farina CoTofrneaJso the French and i.

the road to Mexico rom different trains.- that colleague, Judge Thompson,made in L'ewhich will repair toi thePresbj terianChurch, have leased for a term of SIMQN TOWLE; Special Matte American. Lavendef and Florida Wate.Bay Rum t, .

They. were released jby Gen. Martin( who the progressofthe my mailer, various suggestions, wfren B itfitable Address wi be delivered. Installation WE lance and commorfiwJs year 4, &. 2 tf \ tnt I Agtta Je la Rein,fine Co.tpetic',.rich Poma..' t I :

%u on bis way to !f era Cruz to establish True of Officers will place. All Master formerly known as Armstead's J. ;- and Hair-dyes. ShaTlrig and Soaps 'I t
limself business die.has abandoned the some of which were adopted. he after Masons in good standing are respectfully invited to Howse; lot f it! IhaM Notice, fine and oar C ib.Brushes for the Head.Teeth. I 1 }
wards and in the hour trial toted against join| in the procession. Cititl generally are invited reenlylhf Mar.hal .visitors Nails and Feb. / article of Cold Cream. .jin jI I
Mexican and is desirous of reception barderln t
army earing an having1claims' Against the estate ft/ by LtW.lS AMES.tDecember .
the Proviso, because, as he declared, of the to attend at the Sat. will b reserved intt. The propt1tpl* ge pfi |x> .ae &
bone ]livelihood it said. : Hayward of de- .1, 20,
for tbe Ladies. Phip I.ate Talahale. : .
their In receive and
time outs introduction, or tbe place it occu- thin spared on part en -
.hal b ce-a"e requested to presenf ,
The Arco Iris says' that Padre Jarauta is The Committee of manner all who feel I atbenh. 1#
pied. He was a principal in tbe treason, ..ranttODIT proper cated within the time prescribed law or they
ibout In the neighborhood to favor them with their for/age. The Apples Potatoes and '
to return to operate pat ,
both to time and place, if there was treason will be barred:-=}bo.e indebted to the estate art Ono ,. .
Vera Cruz and that his hand las been a ARY b furnished with the bent the market tYrJ.(Trfjacent eairtttfy requested (o make prompt They BARRELS EATING ;
in it. However at the time of his sfnd the bar frrth the J.ymfn "1 APPLF
hundred from (heiaterior i toe country ran atord. chale"1 I femfinded that these { md'll. Irish Pot
reinforced with three men Died on the 16tn inst., at the residence of her Wines In short, ntf exertion ere sums 2 do alo. p
he of the ,
avowed himself in favor principal -
Cipf. in the constitute tffe widow and or. do. Onions. .
who are at the expense ofthe Mar. brother William li. Brockenbro'jgh, Eiq., Mrs/ will be wanting to fheif House 6ne Of the
and ultimate object ofthe Proviso. I trust I ; '. Just received and for tae cheap for "b; br ..
9>i* del Jarnal. shall find him where I him, and not in favor SARAH R. MAXWELL, wife Augustus E. Maxwell very bent in the Stzfesr cbmfoffonfenieute and prfC. ITjf. WltO Administrator.Deetxr6et4,1847. x December 4, 1617. 2 A. E HOC. .

The Arco Iris ofthe 2d in!!. say the Mexaa of compromising lef principle upon the Esin the 2tl yetff of her age1. good living. BI 2 Cm t

*: Commissioners retired at once to Qucre. line of 30 deg. 30 min. north Iatilude. The extraordinary, and protracted mnTef ing
taro upon learning that ,Mr. Trist had no ; "I have given a brief history of the Proviso estimable Lady, had called for the warmest sympa ; BV schooner fmni t New Of- I I

power to trpat. and its introduction into Congress. In no thin of this community; to many of whoa the it as hoitS Lquo.T I. ALL persons or ctedito.otherwise and interested legatees, entitled in the to lean.T have just received, for cash only*<* .

The tie following items are from tbe Arco Iris conversation or consultation that I heard, endeared, and by all of thom she was adtrt: & to tie IDb'ic choice Li- of Lewis Safcnders. fate of Leon (county, de.citate .40 barrel do. superior For. l.I.I..o

3d inaf: touching it, was tbe subject of Prsident. The Christian( y rue that aoorned charcte. ,all of we will warrant a beingof i ceased", are herb ntife to exhibit their cait 7 casks rctife While. -. .t' .1

.By but accounts,Filizola was at Queretaro making introduced. Its effect Presi hall long live in their remembrance; and tbe bright the best.quality : I and demand ,years from thit date I 8 .do .iet Bcon. t

1r1l fc* force of 2000 men. The General in dential cndiaE was never, to upon my know. and baliQ example of her life, aj daughter, wife 2! quarter,C cU'lpr.od M.deiraWine Cognac Bran ly, ,&Jemln! or to the faid same wi, ate be barred requested; and to all make per 25 kegs Lard, .$. .. -
; 2SboxesCheeeDfiedApples.Curriussp
C"J5 BusUmente, had: yet h'n head querteri ledge, them of speculation. Its effect and mothef can never b forgotten. In thou relations :bbls. old Monoogabela Whiskey, Hnm In. date payment. .. :
Jjj?***jaatowith an rarmy of POOl upon them since,ba been pretty clearly seen. I she wilf ever b more and to them earth boxes of 1 doe old Madeira Wine,of thevintage LEWIS M. SAUNE}xeciator. t t

., 51DeiD?er> f the Congress, displeased The merits of tbe measure, sod tbe prrie.1ortbe must teem lets lovely] .iD she left it. of NewO.Gr I Co." December 4l47. 2m December BICIE. ,:>LNDEBGE -'V .f < -
dec1ion of the new President, gave Champagne Wine, Prt Chef i
time occasion bringing it A don.Uk.meekness Christian resignationand : -fX :
forwr Maraschino. N--- .
t 0(rsej QUeTetye.tDd retired ,? disgust from the only were en.a I trust I bwve a unmutmerhig endurance'were her daring BIRCHE. LlNDENBEKGER. Noic. f .Negro ,&ee. ,: .' !

\ L. cient to from charge of hostility her: illness; and nr det'ame but the calm soft November 21.154. 19Watclies after apply.Jto the Hra. 10 CASES KER3EYS; r.-i
F'ou .
. : I -t 4ffttfiJjTert remil'Ped yet more than the epte or of scheming for ebbing tbe gentle tide, to flow no more in of Probate and (o tbe county of Je r rtind. and*for tale br .

_; 11? Bcm )er which u required to from a t Amiiao in 1849. Now, sir I,I troubled o ocean of exittenee. th CtaciJsyand Jtek lef.. ,* for leave to.1 the.real estate of Williaci pJ417.> ; ft :4", .
W Qsttt Prsidntia cndie ATRED: ,' ..late ceunydeceased" : the said I !, '

1: ow1Dg b from the Free American t itlt. Died on the 6th November i in Decaf County, :'T'OWtE MYE1W, the t real estate consisting oj fso tot, qf Iud,\ : n& Wood Cutters. .

ult. oJ I,Ga.. t C3 le t i. of experienced b'in who will attend to being Monticello Florida,and 400 acres of Ma f itrl and be.ltbymed' .
Beware cf Saratonah : 'tbe repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively, lying.and being in the utd'eounlyW J.fe.SLOMON I s *.;-Liberal wages to -
Jetb instant 'I .
e-A BeBlkwan who arrived) here Cje.e Die Ap'clicof. o are prepared to do all work their JiM of business K. M&'Ht p
1 Croaa rattbL which place ho left Republican of Fri**yS tERE/l o f HonctablrFtUr Hobart o I well and i .H., mcQ frm, LINDEGti -

t We 1NrYlw t Twenty Dollar o I rrna age 8 lcar. V ptply..S1. IS Jefferson County, Deceikbcr 4QG47. 90 fit a fo1e1b JG Itt .. -

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.. 1'" '1(1- ,I ..10"" :l'..:. ,_ _. Sale.'. Plantation Tor Bale.liliiFon .L. & H. GREENBERG & CO. l =--. New'Orleans- ---- Type' Foundry, City1 Hot el, 'Tallahassee: =- ,Sf the President-oif tHei"States. T1a tt' '

\ I' .: -. p '.t ."Jd; :. t... -\r i! me by law, I SilethB Plantation known as Still continue tt th r.It dI Q AND RIJJTERS FURBISHING"WAREHOUSE, "I NOTICEr;! bite to inform my friends and the Ia
'. <.y"tf. .f fbh boa ,th.t I Lave leased it.and -
1"1. rr u p< ar *? $ Court lou ? ;: ; :ine.b.JefttDtI! coun-.: ; ;\' 17 Canalitreet'Xote.rpHE'wndersiened .
,'.I I Corner of Monroe and.Jejfertva Streets, I that it wOLJieretiUT be conducted by WILLIAM
of j M4ii
\, 11 > isqty'gy'MoridAy.' ?. containing 3.0,0 acres
1 t'.I. tt to Jo PnbJL
.t : ; 17UERE they are now opainz i their FALL ADV beg leave ,announce lIEMINGAYEIq.[ who has for many years been
} d .
: bi prcp 1)1 l land of which there are about POi cleared, and ;
4 11 rite Iher have wtsblisheda
4 .o. that
o f. li.berS.nd Printers th urst clan Hotels
) .Wth North
r '. still WlJfTFJt supply of F8ENCH. ENGLISH connected at ,
$ rrovjn ptjflbe Counurpcrting upw ardjot 7X( ) now in cultivation in cotton and corn FOUNDRY this
I 1''ut complete and extensive the American Hotel New York.
; GERMAN AND AMERICA!!DRESS GOODS. and "centl4{ Irom .
$ the desirable
4 ; : Ton Plantation is situated in most
.i Rich Rhinf city. Ttie'nook Letter o* this Four dry was cut to he willTteep an excellent house,and with Believing spareno
1 together every
loWlun* 0'< the State, being within two miles and a half
il'i 4' : :Aairkiof florldV: oA.t'.D."loJthe of part Montscello, the county site where there it a Post description of colored and fancy Silk*,Parisian Plaids. order bv workmen of long experience and, as no exertion or expense to make hi. guests comfortable. -
I"O and expense was spared to obtain the handsomest faces I recommend tile house to friend .ml IrubJtc.
Printed Colored
:! 'f. t'. W, Office, vanoo ChnrcH Schools, &.C.. and within Sniped Chnvres Pliu aad my
$ LN'o.Rj& and to in we will venture to
perfect it respect THOMAS BROWIf.
J' 1 1 \\, t\\'f'\t-Ihe rules of Tallahaw-e the capitol of the French Merino ,and Silk wove Alpac.. it will be found every as handsome, if not the kandoro ,1C
'. .* I S W J, X XV I Sec. 5, T 1.1\. N and W, St.te. It is well watered throughout, abounding intpnncsvf ca. tc- S say t in Ibe United SItes We have also a very Nocrmberl,1917. -
A variety rf French English aid America
1 t ,f. : eonuining 'reto. the finest water and is remarkable even great ," handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of
; 1 Lands pi orihtabIonto3grnes F. Trotti and in tht neighborhood, for its oninterrapted Calicoes and Gingham; : .
I healthy
,. the latest stjle, to which we would call the attention TXj purjuancc of law I, JAMES K.
9 : I'l Iht Union ftink of( Fiorida! heah.; Oa inhere i i" a very good Dwelling House ShawIsW Won'ed Plaids of different stjles and qualities; of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All 1 deut of the United Stairs of POLL IWJ

J ., V' S NIS.eIT3RtN.uidI* I 1 C, A ith f,iazzA all around containing eight fine rooms, every description, color aad quality ; articles maaufacluied by us shall be of a material declare and make known that America.dTknHy
Jaconet Cross Bar public
Swiss Cambric Tarlaton and
.t S .. F..SW'a.''ITlflF. be ides s ria-ils apartments. Kitchen, Store Room 'ill
if manufactured the
to at
equal l. net. superior any be held at the undermentioned Land
.: : : W |.SE'4S 'CJ7..3RI..Naadl):. Smoke ll.tuie, Bath Hoase. Spring House for Milk ; North ; and as we shall sell Type at New York prices JWJI STATE OF FLORIDA the Off. ia .

>t, ., S t: i. S WI:.f. Sec I'. T '. R ", N and. F.. .Ve.. all in roost order and repair. The Neifro Quar- Silk Thread and Linen Bobin, and a new style of we trust to meet with encouragcmtnt. mentioned to wit : periods b
W I. N Fi I, Sec 17. T 2. R'J. N and I II. 'ers Occreeer'a I .e.GnHo'ise.Plantation Stables, Muslin edinj; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. .
.., t. Kid We are now prepared tomanufacture LK ASS RULE At the Lad Office at ST.
Cashmere Silk and Woollen Glon ,(or Ladies AUGUSTINE
: 't' P\1-J.XlV.Secli.T2.R2.SandJ. Fences, A.C. are 210 i n w'od order and capable of ac- CCIII.
;. 4 :. ;i t. S K 4. S W I.See 17.T2. R 2, N and E, CUmWOI1g1InOne} hundred negroes. There i. .hlo and Gentlemen' and would TYPE also of parficolaily any magnitude call,with the attention promptness.! of Printers We IN the management of this Hotel, the undersigned taencin. on Monday, the seventh& day 0 Flbt lJ
1 'I U'I.s.| ; S. Sec I.T2tn 2. X and E. smill li'it ,mr'.ailinntf'r 1ow'tr on which there is a Silk, Wuollen and Cotton Stockings for do. ; -ill use his best exertions to please his guests.- next for the disposal I'f the public I Ians wittMa
LEADS rntire
Linen to our Laving an new set ol' Ho asks the for their trtma .. undermentioned township and
f. NWSC4.SST2.R.Nand.: Gn"t Mill now in operation. Cambric Hdkf:, plain and 11. S", loirpricrtl; public p % parts of tOtnl .
1" of moulds! by which we are enabled to lurnixh a
: perfect WILI.IAIJE'IISGW. \Y. viz :
.0. 'i 17 4. S JV j. S c S, T 2, R a, N and E, To a good purchaser. I Ihis property will be sold Handsome Silk Cravats French Needlework Collars article'e also for the ale rf the .
are Agents South tie lose lute and
and Cape; November Uf, IS 17. 1C Cm cf Eat cf.u
: 'onfainilg'Jf.l.a'r IO-.T, as the owner is about to remove. Possessionciten prUehi
and Smith PRESSES which .
..1. ,' David Rvliiii and Daragr (or Drc!ses; dt. Green ; Napier, Washington *. Herald St. Augustine ; Gazette Newport ; ma idian.
1 LtiJ* pmjx t.tinz Jo brlong to on on ha let January next, at which time will!
I of Hat and Satin colored together with Chases, Case,, Cor posing Slicks,Furniture Ad,'erti!er,Apalachicolaar.d Peuiocrat and Gazelle, Fnclional towruhip twenty, ef
Splendid assortment thfrtv
Ln"i devred fzag
th" Uknk, of J'lirid : I a!>o be deposed of, if by the person busing, -K.
I : \\' S X and W.VTJ.X !I Ribbons ; Ink every other :article required in the Pf'nsacl.b.till please j,ublish arid send bills to the Townships% fifty-six, (except cticn, slx.Vvt:
Sc stock the !
i, Wl; :H.T.Rl. slot of c jrn and! part of the now on place. ft
f# <. '\i i 1 R..fce;| tt7T I. R 1, X and W. Tho e within! to purchasevould do well to e-x- Neapolitan, Tujcan and Straw Rinnefs! ; Printing business willbe kept. on haul, and furnished Hotel for payment. eighteen, nineteen thirty and,) a4 fa/

.j I. -S p' cn'bLk.ilIg .Hu'rt' I amine the land while the present crop is growing. Linen Damask, and Damask Table Covers ; at mimifsclurer'sprices.Editor: seven; and sections oce, t to.t three, four, fir* .
tb -1. M.ttoxtal Ii>\le*. Tow eh. Diaper &e ; ; aid Punters wiihins to establish a Newspaper Cabinet Making, &c., seven, eight nine, ten. e.t'un. fifletn, (cveo'teai'eisrlit
I : L"d".uI| 'rlzn.: t.) >n; lo Hampton For term*, appl to T BCATTY who resides c.n
Job OtHcewill be
b; .. the So L. I. A. Tru't C." : f the Plantation and will be happy to show i it. Rich Nett Children's \\'<*>\ (*.ss an Ca;'<: or Pnntinz : furnished withan O.PARTNERSIIIP.-Tlie under-jcned! hive associated en, nineteen twenty, ar d I tw ''
t.- ? E4N \T1.&WNW4.Sc1T3.fl3.kF. I A large as rlmert rf I ro-rn Sheet me*. Shirtings: estimate in Jellil furl I he stating? thesieof C Ihemsdvcs together,aul (rem this date two in townsnio fiftv-eiiiht cf rangeIhirly-;ijt/

: : .5 E.&IISW4.Se3T3.R2NandC. I Also, Striped Shirtings and llcinj-sotfis ; the piper <,r the particular style! and quantity of the two shops will be united, and Ih' busifcon Townships rift.t'i1'r..fafiy.siz.(except l ioes,,.)

r P.:, X E i' Ac. XV l.iEi'S.-Clr..T3.n2' N4. E, For sale low cveral tine tracts of Land in various Broadcloth."*. FtrinrJ work.lobe t"xrC'uifIt.Th ducted by LYNCH t VINGKRHOLTS. They are and filly-s-ven,(except sections t-enr.Zhr.IWrt1t .
i' 1oJ XV"4. <*c I. T 2, R :. X 4. E, 1 Counties, viz : liX)) acne in Tizcr Hammock Wa- ad Maid Satintlt, J<-ja::, T "ie,'". HeJ and AThi.'eFlannelTickiaz ftJ-: <* proprietors of newspapers who will publish prepared to do all descriptions of work in their line six.t went).,cveu.twvnity.ight. tn-'LIt-OIIM thin,
S e"ntmiuOOacr'i. kulicouif\! "40 arres on the'Apalachicola River} ". ("lor<-d! ntl-rici., wih: a l..fie this aj erli!iinent six mor.1 h5,and end a paper with fidelity and despatch and on as reasonable terms I thirty-one thirty-twot hintsthree, thirty-fcuriff\
5. Land purporting to belong to Lewi Conner and in Gadvlei criint\ ; !'It;0 acres near St. Andrew's Ba\, assortment c.f lriiomii.... Fairy Good. I'e'ru- to our olCce \ f''lm! be paid for the advertisement for casts or approved acceptances as any workmen in ty-five aid Ihirh- is,) of ran:e Ihirly-mre.

.S Ih.-'S L. I. &Tru.t Co. SS II 1Vhintoa count*' vvso acres in the Arredondo mer!, CuUIf'ry11 If which will Le ",!Id l-> piircln ing six times the amount of advertising the country. The continued patronage of the public Sections toe:two, three, fcnr five, six i (wet*

.. K J..NFadSF..Z.Sc23T3RZN&E. Grant. AUcbua c'uiatyr..a1 Florida; 2'JitO' acres on low for cash al I their sure in this place, also! at bill in Tpe-. i inmost respectfully solicited. thirteen twrnty-fourt and twr.ty-5ve, ii lowaabi, ,

; .5 X XV |. NC 4, Sec 3.;.T"JR 2, X and E, ttoeit.. Jchn"., South if Lake George ; 1000 acres on their store in Moulin.Ho. GREEN & CO. F.. J. LYNCH. Crty-fne and lisclional toniuLip filtT.ix(1

'S. S I'.SEjc2T3.R3NandL|! t the St. John' R.MT; in Duval count Apply as October. 31), 1&47.. .15 -June CO, 1M7.JO Pin 17 Canal St. Row. GERARD V1NGERHOETS. suction two, three, fctir five, and *Ix,) 01"r.

:. tV i, XV J.J&C 3-J, T 3. R C, X and E, a'' >v-., or to Col. S. S, "iblev. Editor of the Floridian. --- -- -- Boot and Shoe Tallahassee! November C, 1347. 1G cayne' Pay" of range Irrty.
:'. .. eon4ininOacrea. *. The Monfc)merj' Flag & Advertiser Colum. C2. WOODEIFFS BTSEXTCCV fOKDIll..VO Making. Fractional toss n hir fi/ly-5vfca ** tiS:3yt1e IS"

1 Lind purjKMtjDZ to belong to the estate W. W. t.u sTimeivannah Rt."puLtic3nCbar1e1fon Courier HUMBUG*! rrMI Entitle rountdha ing purchased the Received by the latest Arrivals, of range forty-o'.. .
:: ; Hart : Ol'Jtiihia South Carolinian and Richmond En-juirer JL'en.ire stock and materials of LUAES: I At the Land Offce at XEXVXANSVILLE

S S E 4.Sc-Cj3S,T 2. R 2. X and E, w llronnre| a mont l till hat January and send BCTOXE or>OR THE BOWCI.BH-T: Rr.I'EPlrs.rt J.-ER,VXCl.ME.NTfc.DR. PICO. JJ\EP a tk : LD. who 14 atx-tit leaving the State A. L\RGEassortment SHOES of READY MADE TLO- I on :.Monday:'' Incnty-fir-r dsr cf }*e.fmencir .
bills this Chfice and ,nd of earh I inlormn Im nerds and the THING BOOTS; abc, a L'eccral assortment next for the il L4hr
S. 4 NWJStV1TLT2.R2NandE. to cue copy paper nu-pectulty ary dnpr! | n!>!H e lands wii&m
T.., X XVJ4. 'c'l.TI.n2'arwl1 :. containing it to T. BEATTY WOODRUFPS Hysr.TJ.RCORDBL.1 public that K, H at pre en! st Ihe old're of GROCERIES.L. the undfrnentibncd townships and j I.nllfr ".

5 XV X E4. S. c2, T 1. R 1. IT and E, I Monticello, Florida. f-r Diarrhun, ntscntert. (hU'ra.MJIJ! i !Ii" ;i pr parxl to exeCute all work in his line with & II. GKr.ENKEP.G: i. CO. .sbis. yiz :

,C I'JI- hi nit." rJl ".r.' .' July 17, 1917. 41 tf Cholera InfanttiL.nJ Sun int-r Comnljiutsof, Chil :4 I piornntiu! _jaiiJiU-fipzlch. I lie has en band she finest October :0, 1547 15 Su!!" uf t.e base line and Eat of the friaaW
,:: .: L;f,;ds livprirtinfo belong to William Hall and ------ dren. II I of calf ,1.11I3.r..1 all i'015 ot nuterials and will! meridian.

S the <*. L. I I. & Trust Co. : I' Sea Island Cotton Gins.W From II. riP: HtliiarJ. lute U. S. .Wn;.,/" to Beuiz. short ruisticearid ill the ,!t nuuner, GE.VTLKMEN'S Goods for Gentlemens1 Wear. T"ttn'ip' twfnfy.- jae, .nd twentj-two of

11. WI.SW'iI.St-etT2R2.\andE. ['tilE subscribers beg leave to in- %; /I : : 'HOOTS: ANOSHOP! of e\ny descrip BLUE Black.a d Blue Black Broadclcths, Fancy .:net(en nan.

S i.. rinf1 4T2.fl 2. X and K:. JL form the planters of long-staple Dr. JJuOtlmJ1 Jrur (;'-:\ few 3 tion. Rout* r' )"l4-d, soledind! otherwise repaired ins Saltinets, Kentucky Jean-, Rim To' rcships Itverly-one (except -rtuBj cw

7 : E I.X E 4i Sec: 1>. T 2, R 2. X and E. Cotton that they are still engaged in since received the C( .unl! wbi.-* )o.i w ire |t,.oll l i gd otl l>Je and at re.-.sonalile cJIJr CCf. He will warrant tin Vr'tini>s, Silk Veh"et"t' ;.. Rich Seth .J-I! twelve, thirteen, fourteen twerM-three, lire&ri.

". S VSEi.Sect.T2.ll2N3ndE, manufacturing the latest improved I enough to send ue IIj, in- used the! article, I Jo !,{' his work to he t'liu..llo; any in the place vered Vesting, Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravais: a four, and twenty-five,) and hv"i)-t"o, fie raoit

,\V ,. X E 4, Src 3, T :. R 2, X aud E.conJaining ROLLER HOR* GINS. Haungsold a great manyof not hesitate to ;j.ronr-Mire it a moM\ble K'ul! to give as good satisfaction as to fitting! as any general assortment of eentlemeu's nods and Sioc! twenty. .

0, UOC acres. these Gini in Georgia,South Carolina and Florida cine. Indeed, ti)r sin I It sfeclimx of the !/> mPdi'I' other workman. Hats and Caps ; also a large stock of ready made Tow n!Tjips tvrentj-twa and twenty-three, of ,

.4 1 A. A. FISHER Shf'ratr they can refer to those who have purchased them, we sometimes j-iUL-r with in the Sortli, I JOHN LF.RCH. clcthinjr.just received and for sale by tv>eiit -Jl'. nun
.. and tr oi.? rfo Tax Collector Lron Co.Xorember27 and who are "ill.n; to e.tabli.h the reputation of thing at ail e'i'ial to it. M > S. ii 42 tf f S. F. BURNEY. Townships I twenty-two and>
S S 1547. 1'J 3m the sane Gin* for ginning out more Cotton and My friend Cn!! "'jjx! >rn Jonc, would have part: of September, 15-17.$ lfj twenty-two. .

.5 cleaner than soc other Gin< in use..f2tflsViLLA1.OGA it ; the remainder I have laid aside lor u-e when I NEW GOODS. -- At the Land O ece at TALLAIlASTE.ccmmto.tins '

Bacon, Flour, &c. 'I k ACOTA Cenfresville may need it. Respcrtfollv.HENRY. Rifles and Shot-Guns. on Monday, the seventh diy of Ftb"iarT neat

6 5 JIST received. jier schooner Eitcia from New Or. Ga. ; GEORGE I.. BROWN Newnan me.! E. Fla. U*. IIILLIARD. ,lIE n-ilv.-ri'M'M would! call the attention of Ihc (;:)aliti *. sizes and prir(-*. just eI for the disposal cf the public lands within the u"

.' .*. I Single Gin*, Slr ; do. with all late improvements, ,JL i.iibli<- in |the! rii'iicr and 'Iten"h' lIOrlment ASSORTED for sale by S. F. LURNF.Y.} dtrrnfiiiiotKdtownsLipsand pirtjcf fownLn-svu:
I ( ak llacon Hams $,". n .'lbte Gin, ::'75 ; do. with all late improvements From Benjamin (JptJner, Editor of the Southern of GOODS, 11."%, reeling |Fcr 1riW; kulla and I' September 2'N .1'.J;. JO 5u! cf t\f late tin* and \\il _f the principal

S 4 : I clear Sid.-s, I 5"). Extra Roves and Brushes can he had at Shield I'.vjanla .'a. Iineiie: 1 sl'I'k \his "."*n ....II."tf'.I."iI l care, I m'1'i'irm.

S 1 l/'r-4.! mod-rate rates. Orders for Gins and repairine Gins ANOTHER LIFE SAVED: lY; TilE CORDIAL, frr.m the -">t tnhi-MnMr *-"t bii ilirnfit! in New : Caps. I Fractional! t\\'o. ccrthea of Forbes

ft F.'i's Illinois Flour pleas to direct to VANCE t BURNS 1 Jlftrr I'hyiirian' sAil fiadfmlft to benrf.t. I I York ; :ir>d, h,tin'; b' *-ii purrhasnl at reduced! prices, 'I JUST received per the last arrivali. d'-z. Cloth grant, .;f tlfr> one.

S : : 8; Hill bbls. choice FaTnilyFlOOT, : Mav2->, !h 74t_ II St. Mary's, Ga. /Jr. JJoodndr-n. Sr:.-\. I..\f.. rraf n:0411..1, the- ar- e-'Thbtt'l! l to hrni..h their customers at prices tJ and (;Ila/fd Caps, for Gen IK men arid Ucxs new I 1'raclivDal township one, northeast of Fetbes'grant
: 1 fbi.! nivr No. 2 Mackerel. Choice in-t..tifins to Ihe dit'I'of! D1I'n'-'--' 'n.( '' 1 p'Htion3telv low. TleirSISABY aisles, which will bc.old yen 11)'.. I Ii' range two. .
3 BarreU Green Apples.' For ".!. low by ..Liquors.WE your L. L. H. GRF.E.VrERG: & CO. Fractions section thre, four nine, ten, loorI -
1 1"f'm'f'r dul from ti- tini its virtues in m% own fainil : 7J3ADA OLDTK3WOn ] I
27..J,17. 10 ALFRED: HOC. ofer to the public the following choice Lil'j 'or-j October SO, 1S-17. 15 teen ar.d fiiteen, in a former Ir.diar; rrvrte.and t-
Gardner was "1Itrnwr mo't violently >l I d the !"f.f cf material, and b'i'inlr manufactured I tior.4
rs. all of which we will warrant twenty-eight, thrty-tTo.: aad
as beingof -- -- --
S Notice. I the bVt quality : with that (lis55t,5fld) alter all eminent medical ,1.1/j I dir-ctly nrd.-r theeye of Air. Sliman!! all thirty-three, ii tovrnt>hip cot; tow!hip t..o.west

I S QIX month* aft"r due the A lcilni tralor of tie i it.J i j'jjrtcr C..Ii ks supr. old ClIi.nBran 'ly, had been baffled in its eiTorN to remove the di"C'3.p 1| fear of .l'/101Nrk jot thereby prcrluded, and person Fall and Winter Goods. I of Forbes irraif : .!! township three west cf the

: eUtcof I:. llutaplirie) ,, deceased htc of LeonCoitiK S .. bd..ira'ine., or afford relief, and aiyirel.etiei.-ins| | be an to be felt bv !t purcha!ir-g iniy rely np. n 'tiin-z an article well!! JUST RECEIVED from New Yoik, by Brig: Henrx! Apalicfiiccl river of range dtll.

S will fre'nt hi- final account and \wicbert 5 bbls. old Monongahela \n.,1.y. myself that she would not surtite much lonzcr, un- j made. Aniong the article cnnnIfrlin! their I k. a large assortment cf Fractional townships three,(except the soctbwntfractirn

1(1 th ',lion. JiH. ;c uf I'rub.te'nfaai4 County, and 23: boxes of I doz. .aell.(,1,1 ladf', of the di-rthe I had iiiteijie to'ourinvalu-ibleCordia agony in u huh she wa. laboring, j 1 I FALL .LVJJ Jl'LYTER STOCK STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. cf secticn fhirtt-cne.) and .rutlGUI16..a-

S I prarf,>r a di4urze Iron ni.1 dmil1isfratiCJn. vintage of !S.f<, Newton, Gordon & Co." she had recourse taken one bottle of ii, relief ), and obtained before '! may be found the following: Groceries. Hardware, Wood ard WiHH"are, hip fvur west of Chtppola Lake," (except frae-t
.5 XovemSer27, 1"n. 19 Cmj Champagne! Wine, Port and Claret Wine was ; ln/iiii -ctioD! ;"! sections MX, se,en and thirty-one,)
and after taking two was entirely "Ilrod.'I sure I| Kk! Trenc'i Cloth: Frock and Dre-ss Coats, P.Iack Rope and Bacging I Nails and Iron, of ran nice.fractional .
Mara e
ciiiro CorJiaU.BIRCHCTT. :
: LEWIS & AMES, & that am indebted to it for far life. You can use Brown and Iris i" Green Castor Beaver Sucks, Saxa hoots and Shoes, Susar- Be Hers, :'cc. :vC.For ( sections (
& LINDENBERGER.N.v'nber27 this as 'ou nm see proptr. Gotha, Mist Tuerdand fjncv cord! Ca?!imer doPellots sale bv twenty-two, twenIy.threeaej
S DEILERSIXS. l->47. l'x Eufaula.JuU 15, ,Is 10. EENJ. GARDNER. and Clankvt Overcoats!' &c. Heavy Pilot Sept. 1S.1S47.( y LLOYD & FLAGG. raare twenty-four h\tnt\-'iJ en the main land in tCwnihip two of

S MEDICINES PAINTS OILS Furniture. and ffcdier Cloth Overcoats and Cloaks of line Blk Fractional cctiors

Toilet irtklcs! rtrfamcrf( it., Window G1arI1NTER' s JUST received from New York Worm Worm! Worms !!! sinner and Blue, Bik!!Cloths ll.bScd, Pantaloons do., fancy Plaid of Black Check French i. Stripeddo. Cas- Notice. three aid th.'rtyix: on thirty the-one main. tlainty-twothsintc-land in totrnsLip
.A LL persons indebted to the estate of Thomas J. one.and fractional 1 sections eight
handsome: Mahogany Sofa, WOODRUFFS WORM SPECIFIC i is a safe .
BHCSHLS AND COWL DR. ; also Tweed, S.itmettao 1 Divans. efficient for Woiins. Latham deceased, are bf'r't.tlofi:etllu make enteentwecty-fourtTventy-fi |
For etwcpy-
pr. !aleby remedy Try it. As Black a".d !IV S-ilin-i and
:TV Striped Plaid Silks
Apolhecarics Class Ware, &c. | ,
j B1RCHCTT! i LINDENBERGER. good as the best and as cheap a. the cheapest. II '-eJ\.ti, I laid Cjshincrs and immediate payment ; and all those ha\in : demands! seven and twenty-nine,on the main land township '
YuKncias Plaid Silk
THE above constantly on hand, and for sale at the November 27, It7. 1'J CKHTIFICATFN. Mazurkas. &c. ,. will present their ac-cJunlsl'rfpuly attested to the Iwo,vt ranee twenSy-seTen.

: market pl Cel. certify that I cave Dr. WoodralT's Specific to a They also t. fl-nOife undpriiTn'! p. i\hn. -n iuv- :nthrrtznl- to ...-nii.s I lr.itne. un. Frrrt7nn.Dl- __ \tnstliJ- if.r u'n*-_..nn__ f,)_>_ T7n__._ Tarn__._._ /,_,%.._.
n' an f' assortment rf
'. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry child of mine, and in a short lime it brought away 200 Cassimrrs-find Cloths JA1IES T. ARChER, (f'P! n.e-ct ions one,I brff'six,sesen,suiteD and IweD-
1. We hav ived; lute arrivalt Hr* additional Vis'inp! vninanutarlurcd, c' n!i tine 1 for ?
r t by e worms. JOSEPH SHIPPEY.! Agent Margaret Hutler. : tr-seven..) of ranee thirty-one.
t 1 pippliesof/u/... ( ;' 'anJC.4ernicaIa. ,which, ; : .\:ED. Mu County Georgia 1S-1G. in pa-t of: Miptrior 1'reiich! uck and \\'u.,1 I Dye Octrber 10, JS-17 ]3 2m 'DU:; of the bate line and East of he prinripalrterUittn.
ogee Ch! d" Fn'li-h! do. d.,. do.%
.. T.IYER } 11-i ., KngKh Elite and
4, .p tber "rrith'nK of the popular patent remnui I 1 TOWLE.\ having secured I .
Invi i'le! ron.en.0,1
v + S renderour assortment the largest ar.d most varied inf" 'eriencedorkman v ho will attend to I do certify that administered to a member Dof. mold B3erar>tCa Deaf and Dumb Asylum Fractional townships tight and nice, west of tit
mv >t 'r un., French: Black: Ca"*imer*, do.! Ribbed d.,.
. the State.I | the repairing; of Watches and Clocks exclusively, family I r. WoodrufTs Worm Specific and it brough do., Fanrv Plaid and Slrir'ttl do. of the and OF KEXTL KY. uwannre ri\"t'r.of rarge 'fcurteen.A'erth .
We hn store lot of QUININE are |r'Il'l'ar10) do all work in their line of bJiine the base line anal
it l1L\>n a truri 50 worms and in another case, it cured of Eatt cf the principalMtriJian.
away one
ell and ; oJ most t shionable sMles ; \"E."fJ GSof Black and /fthiflsubscriberas (lie resiut-1 agent of the said
rc'iledpure, and af srprrior quality. if prmnpf/t/ .
: eery t mv negro women of Teniaor Tape Worm. Fancy Plaid Satin, do. do. Silk Silk and Woollin -l Institution otters for ole. 1/1 tracts and
i Novembr (; \\T. upon
Just received a large assortment (If 16 Sections twelve, thirteen
\\'Jiite5"iJleGa. IS JI; JOHN J. LITTLE. I fourteen twenty Iwtn-
f Velvets termt to about .
: -- t Cashmere anJ Valencia?, Vestings of Rich purchasers, I\ur Thousand Acres
S FRESH GARDEN SEeDS..I $ BULL & PRATORIUS Velvet rlu'h, Sic. &c. of LAND situ-stcd( in the county of Jacksoa, in the ty-one.! twenty-two.twecty-three twenty-four,!wen-

S. (rom the' celebrated% gardens r>f Mrs Hovey Co. I certify that I gave Dr. Woodruff' Specific to a ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF State of Florida. Also the Right to Locale, to a y-fire, twentyix. twecty-scTen twenty-eight,
Al.>la mal! iuv..ic 1' of choice Im.XDVDI At the corner store under the Sentinel Office and negro boy: who wa in had health. It brought away limited extent. hrenty.ninelbdy.lbirIJ-h"':

I VINE I':?, ar.dct lot nf C1G.\R>of rstra; (jualil*'. All opposite the Flicnii EuiUinrs, immediately 50 Woirns. TIle bov soon recovered Hatnnd MonteroyBro.( ; and Bleach'd. Cotton The bote1olndiure selected at an early date by bur. thirtj-fite and thirty-six, in township one,of

S tf which we offer for sale at the 1 lowest ca'h ,nice". NOW OPENING a choice and well wlected his health.: THOMAS EOYD. Linen and Cotton Shirts i Undershirts, an experienced judge,and :are bvlie'ved to b? ainorg t range five.
S '1 : LEWIS k. AMES.Tallahas I ART ( of (CLOThS Cow eta County Ga., January 1847.Orj Blk Ital. Silk CravallilJ.1I. and Merino do. the finest iu the county. township oe. and sections tssenty.fivetrenty.
,. se{ November 20, 1S47. 13 <;San-l \DY-MADECLOTHING.CASSIMERS VESTLX Fancy Satin do Lambs Wool and Angola C. II. DUPOXTiRtnt six,t wenty-!even, t wenty-ei;ht,thirt.lhrte,1hirt-

: c care ?isd taste bestowed in t hi*select ion cf these The reat For sale by Lewis & A. Sole Agents Tallahasiee Rich Fancy Sulin and : 1'ndershiils, of D. Sc D.A. of Jfy. four, tbirtj-Qvc and thirty-six and township two,of
I goods Pillin do Scarf 5 Brown Cotton and six.
: Cotton.
the range
S S Notice. ; also by following : R. Man June
S warrant them in s-aainz_ to all.110 wish i to purchase nina, Leon County; James B. Beard persons P M, Mirco Jenny Lind Hhks. edo Drawers, Quincy 12,1S47.17 ly .''rth tf the base line and JJ',t of principal \
ALL jxrw-M, creditor*, lezate, entitled to di- good "bargains, jon will do well to call and! examine cookie, Leon CcuntvS F. Burner, Miccosookie Blk. White and Curd Kid,Gum Elastic Suspenders, meridian.
rt .*. orotbrwie interested in the estate our lock. It would be a great tax on time and ;
'Merino Fractional! *
patience Closes and Cotton
llalf- towr.sliip north of"Forbes Grant
S Samuel PulMlon.l'rlIlisf. mticello James lime, M. D. PAPY one, ,
of Juhn STiith hie l .,( L*.n Co inty d\ 'a..ed. arc In enumerate the diflcrcnl stiles and patterns ; t Hos of .
Qninry Joshua David of Gall..d..n D. Baker !, range \ x.Fiactioiial
)ln-ii-by ncUaJ lo exhibit Ibeir claims s Ki dcniaiultwitLui ron>i'osicK this soitment : suffice it lo that ; County ; & @
say a 2r .r "
S WD township one,ccrth of ForbesGrant
P. M.Chatlahoochie P.itent Leather Shoes
and Wm. Powers, Merchant t Umbrellas. Money Belt,
: IMCO }rt>, /tUe thii dale la the unde.rined portion of tht"e cloths and ca !ttnersare of 'Bril-
Marianna.Aurust Shoulder Braces t..c. \rH7ILI Practice in all the Courts in the MillIe cf ran; :< sevenoec.tion
.. : the be l.4rr. and all indebted gill!'. noa '('d Ljistre and ,
or an \TI ; persons liec1ollinSlindf'Hry .c.CLARK
01 i VV Circuit. Off the first floor one, two eleven twelve thirteen! Cl Cf- I
article of their 14. IS4. 4 & STILLMAN. ce on of the C=p-
make immediaie stock i is of
to aid estate are rfivicsted lo a stile and quality t'f''Il
S that OrtoLor 23, 1SJ7. 14 iol, Smith wing.riiom! formerly occupied by theecrUcty llt'Cn.l\Tenfy-twol\tenr-tlrreI'entyour.
S ment. PATRICK SMITH.( will plea e the most bitidiou3.'fi.f'o' .
For Sale. : (.1 tne irrntcrv.No Iwentf-tivt.twt'nfv-"ixo f u*Tif v-frfn.:u.d I\\.soot'_
.p X""*mbfthe Dagging, Rope and Twine, \'i-Lil>*T 13, IS-13. 17 east frsclicn of section t i i ht.ilh-rrn
.. fir. M texture the Left English wool die, French well-k-nown and fertile tract of Land in Co. '
"' TilE Indian Reserve, the cat fraction cf section )
: Wakulla Tax Collector'sSALE. received Schr. Southerner from New Or thirty
County wool dc blackdo.Cassimer London wool d>e Mack, County, East Florida, known as Charles JUST per JOHN EICSKINC, hree in the same, antI sections thirly-f.tir, tbiitj;,
d". Cats., French and German black cloths,do. Cass., Frrry, tontainms one hundred acrtu of land cleared GEO. H. MEGINNISS.October hc and in
S : French fancy CaoimeN.VESTINGS and at this time in a fine state (or cultivation, with 30.1S17. J5 Ct ATTORNEY A '1' LAW thirty-six towrship one; s tctions Iweh,
;4 -r of the authority vcs'ed in me by hw, -- thirteen, twtnty-lhrec twenty-four, twecty-five
of fine black all the
Satin line buildings for the comfort of the (
BY'irtuc plaid Satin necessary iulucy, Florida
c. ths| day levied upon, and will expos.: to f 7. 8 DOLWORTiHI g 3 wcnty-sir, th'rtj-Cve end thirty-six io tea nsip
5. f. Silk Woollen'd'et, Cashmerett and Polkanett farmer such as Dwelling house, Kitchen Meat attend the Justice Courts of Gadsden
sale i id front of t the Court House in the WILL two; arid sections one. two, nine, Ifneleven ai J
j"ibUc : county -
Cerro Gor So and house Store Room wiih
Monterey checked all other buildings for (he Attorney nf Law, the Circuit Court of \!iJdleFIc>ru'a, I\H Ire, in tt wr.t.ip three, of ejgi1'-
: of Wakulla State of Florida
: READY MADE CI..OTJIIG''Ipriflr Fine blk. use of negro house. Also, good Stables and Cribs. Montiffllo Jefferson Florida an 1 the Cotlrt in the adjacent Counties ci Georgia. Sections UiiiM-f.rc icd .
; '. On t M first Monday in .Jay next, French dress fond frock coats do. English wool (lve and a good ferry FUt, all of which I will sell low for County, November C>, 1513. IS If six, of twelve.mnactie.n.I tlirty-sis, i township
S I do. do., French Ca!siiner Sack Coats Doekin do., ca l1I.! 1'trsoim wiiiliing to purchase will do welt to WILL attend the Circuit Court* of the Middle 03- Sentinel copy. range
between the tt-onl boors, the following pieces or 1 three ef Chcclawiatcl
township west
black and fancy cloth Suck, mixed doe-skin call and examine for thcmwlvc and of Ilia County of Columbia of the -
parcel* of Lajd l. viz: opera >> river, of rac, sixteen.
Eastern .
Circuit Fltrida..Montictllo
coat, black tieaerclotli sack and REBECCA .
S over-coats Mdck CIIARLFS.Columbus U. S. MAIL
Lot norobers" containing 47 4 trres, and known Stcticns '. .
twent twent .
twettj-Ucr ve. ,- r.IMrtti't"
( Cloaks. Fa. August2, IMC. i
Pantaloontol blatk .
August 21 I
>r.r,1rdium J817. S 4m
I as the Rivet Survey, according to the original sur- do. and thirty->ix,in tow n.l.ip Ibi c-c,d iaa
cf Ca imer -"s
a great variety fancy pants of the .. .' .
\ey made by tA"a llartfield Surve"r. AIo lots f t" !evenfeen.Ti'wns .
4 latest stjle. 1'ftl of Notice. ,. ..('t f;,"
nuntber 3'J, 4$. -11.4 >. 41,41,5 J 5 2, tt,CO, fi f. 02, every description. MIlitary Law Notice.DROCKEXDROUGTl f .jIM...-3r'l !!ip three rt, ranjre thirty.I .
.5 G3.G*, 09, TOj 71,7, ), fcl 1.6l. 3.1.7. S, .H.Coalatflinzcach Trimming, Ho!ierj Shirts Gloves Cravat, sell'adjusting SIX months afterdate, the acting Executor: of the ; > .nds appropriafeul ry lafC'r the use cf sclt..':.*

S .I 300 acre; and known and described .Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everything will and testament of Arthur JllTn."n.., & 3IAXWELL.TM :' '. 4y r.iLt.ry c: ether gnrses, will !t.e excluded! from
S by said numbers according to the original 1 connected with a gentleman' outfit. deceased, will make application to the Hon. JuJic _; c the ale*.

4 vey made by Aa Hartfield, Stirve.ior.All sur-I i U.t\.the 1'.are latest prepared aud to execute all orders accoriinj !. of Probate of Leon County fur Utters of dismission I \\ H Iir.OCKENbflOUGIIwillretuniitoFlo. FKOM: QUIXCY TO CHATTA1IOOC1IIE, The oPening rf the lands will be corcmcccidVa'

Sf S the above described lets ol Land situated I ly- .<> most approved styles.N. n\ecctor of said tsUte V nJa in time to attend all the Courts of the the days:appointed, and prtcecd in theaEce<>nJtriwhich i.
S. ing and being In the county ol Wakulla,on the west I THE H REMAINDEIL I>> the iie-\t arrivals we expect to receive Jul1', J517. 52 Cm Middle! Circuit: and of Jackson aad Franklin Counties WILL be carried in TWO HORSE COACHES they are .erlist'd.wilb all cooveniect dispatch

.5 fide of the Wakulla River being a portion of what in Vest Honda 11. & M. will also attend the 1st Nov'r. Will leave Quincy until the whcle hall have been offered and.
it known as toro' Purchas?, and I levied upon as October 10, ltH7. 13CAROLINA Notice. Supreme and Federal Court 'Jheirjime will bedceoled Tuesdays and Saturday, at 6 o'clock P. M., arriCe the sales Ihns closed. But no cole shall be kept

: S the property of the Apalaclurola Land-Company SIX months after date the Administrator of the erelunte/v to the legal profession, and at Chattahoochie same d3JI. 10 o'tlcck P. M., in open lorsjer than two wett,, and no private entry of

S and will be soli I I to!atidtheir State and County Tax HOUSE, tille tiC William B. Kilpatrick, deceased will claims again-t the United States, for the attentive time lo take the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave any of the brds will be admitted: until after the expiration

: : for the county! of Walcitllt, for the year 1VI" QUINCY FLORIDA. present his accounts and \ourhirs to the Honorable 'l roccution of which arrangements have been made Chittahoochie Wednesdays and Sundays I I. P. M., ol the two wevks. .
.. S S AUIJA1I HALL. Sheriff Jlldc of Probate of Jefft-rson County and ask to be in XVa.hin,ton. arrive at Quincy same days b o'clock I' JL Fare Given under my hand at the City of WuliogloB

r. and e?cfficlo Taj Collector Wakulla Co. \VF.large have and leased commodious form term of } discharged as Administrator of said estate. March 13, 1S-I7. :31 2 00. T. D. WILSON, twenty-third day of October, Anno Dcznini CM

October 1 .1:111. IS' : : earslhatM July 17. lS4. 52 Cm 'Proprietor.N. thousand eight hundred and forty-sevea.
S S foiroerly known as Armstead's ) B. Private be
conveyance procured at any
IJv the President.
: recenllylbe Marshall House Notice.SIX time. .
Spanish Regalias. and will have it
open DR.
1I, A S JUST received Brig-Lucy, and for the reception o( boarders and visitors on Ihe 15th months after date, I shall present my final ac- November G, 134' 1C 2m- JAMES K. rOLK- -
; 90. ,000 for sale by per nsL The proprietors pledge themselves that nothing LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE and vouchers to.the Hon. Judge Probate Commisuotter of the YOUNG General, Land
4 1 S L. 8; H. GRCENBERG & CO. shall be spared on their part to receive and entertain in and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a DR. J. S. BOND Cffizc.

: Oct.ber 30. 'S17. 13 in a proper manner all who may feel) disposed PERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of se- discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abram '
S '. : sd. to favor them with their patronage. The table will habits, are often troubled with habitual jrauthain, late of said county,deceased. OFFERS his proessionalliervict'S to the citizens NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION' CLAIMANTS.

be furnished with the bent Ihe market and adjacent cosli\'enlJ. which often exerts a very unfavorable WILLIAM! GORMAN. and the surrounding ciutitry. Every person entitled! lo the tight of pre-emptlcW

Dr. J. IL Scales, country can :afford and Ihe bar with .the ehoicest influence upon their gellf' / health which is particularly Moniicello. September 19, &-. 9 Cm Office at Cu!. Fisher' Hotel. to any lands within tee limits of the fcwrabiprntf
SUROEGON DENTIST \Vin4i, Liinor and Cigars. In short no exertions manifested by not total loss of Way 29. 18 f7. 45 tf part if twn hi(.9 above enumerated, is required '4*
S i will be wanting to render their In this condition of the this establish tie Sitne to the Sati,.laclion of the Re-l'trK
: : hf old Rooms at J. L. Demil- one oC the appetite. system ar Coffee.
.1 "ITTILL b* f foil-id at U. S. MAIL LINE
S .\ V '1 '. Boarding House dqrin the fall and win. very best in the State for comfort convenience and tIde is confidently recommended with the ai ur.nce and Receiver of the piorer d OCc<. send InaISt
good lit'ing. that, if the dose is properly adjusted! so as r.ot to 9C BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, payment therefor at soon oapraeiethoftrrirrrI sHtu.notite
leT months unless when prof< 4onally enge.t.- .su 50 do.
MCMILLAN the bowels actively be Rio do. ,- and before lhec'a oir for the Cesi'
& JJIZZELL. move too rt-livf ma relied p|> >le<
S. S, ;. f S -.F JJ. ..S..s.1 bavingjistreceivcdaIargesUpJdYOf&hlkIn1i,.|MKfclninrV fhi;. i. Q-iincy, October 1C. 1517. 13 3m upon without any or even the, least unpleasant consequences 2-3 do. Lazuira: __do._ 'Qs -ncement of the public sale cf tie hrnJ, etobfacinrr -;
M nri\lfttin- tlOWn .In..t
_. ; .1 ,1 t
.1. L
r"n.... .".. ....
reuniting from the use of common It" uy the tract rliir>.-.!'. ..tlxrwijA .nrh claim flilp
S S .. ;- pdt; Ir1.I1TI cperotion with ueatuedsandde purgative
I any Notice. medicine usually resorted to. Sept. IS, 1&47. U LLOYD'i. FLAGG. forfeited.
: \ntch on the*most Iri'rofe.1 p'aru.'
t. :
Persons to Bilious Cholic I RICHARD M. YOUNG
I :- \. October 16, 1511. 13 .- months after date, I shall subject may rely on the ;.
t 'p .. S SIX You-ht'rillo the lion. Judge of my Probates accounts preventive properties of tl'is medicine by using it on I 1)H. ('. ISURGEON. nUN'rI1'CG, From Tallahassee to Macon. Commissioner ff tIe General Land CJfiet-
of i
the first intimation of an approaching tack. There November 6. 1317. 1J 13wCommhiioii
.: '., Kersey Groceries &c. Jefferson county and apply for letters of diem ission 'I DENTIST
are some constitutions liabe; to regular attacks of Through f* forty-tico hours from Tal/a to
S : 1 CASE OF ''GIW KERsEYS. as Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg Billious Fever almost every fall ; to such the ne of TTAV1NG permanently located in Quine'',Florid", .Ma on, ana to Charleston in three Joy., N. .T. jTItlT1N,
JL G of fhmelt a fine article late of Jcfierson county, deceaed.) this medicine is Ll leapcctlully tenders his services. the
S ewes Brogan, recommended beginning to use it to public in time to take the .Afail Boats on Mtrthant
: Un-lertfWid's Pickle, HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r. by the middle of May or first of June. iD the various branches of his profession. From bit J\"ort\ the fourth day and Fcrvarttins ,

: Pickled lbsters, Ootob/r J K, l 47. J3 Gm Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience experience and success in practice, he feels assured Stage will leave Tallahassee en Monday 101 Poxdras street,

: ,Prrpr.ICoco.._ ".. a sense of fullnesi,.weight and oppression of being able to please those who may patronise him.r. TilE and Fridays, at 4 o'clock A. M, XCW-ORLKAXS LA.
: S. ', *ted Carrtnt Jelly, Notice about the stomach alter eating, will find this medicine B. refers the public to and arrive in Macon(via Quincy:nb, "Xewon DUYIXG. SELLING RECEU'ING AND FCRLJ -

::3 )" Pepper Saoce.f IS hereby Finn to all persons interested that six afford almost immediate relief. Col. W. T. STOCKTOW. Dr. J. M. W, DA.TIDSOW ,,Albany, Americus, and Perry) on Tuesdays, _J WARDING, attended to with promptness.RKFims .

S 4 S Mart ard. kverf arrlor.. ) taonths( alter date shall present my final account Ladies near their confinement often suffer from Gen. C. H. DVTONT, Dr. R.'K. LI'I 'LI:. Thursdays and Satordays, at 1 JO ,'clock. F. M., in TO
,1 ; :'. While Wine Vinjifir and vouchers lo the Hon;- Judge of Probate in and heartburn and costiveness : to such lbi. article is Office opposite the M. E. Church.: Ladies wailed I I time for the cars for Savannah Leaving .Macoa on Jrro. W. ARGYLE, LATHAM tt, BASV,

5L i ", S ? :Lamp Oil,Unseed ditto, 'lor the County of Jeflei son,and apply (or a discharge highly recompended as it can be used without the on tt their residence as usual. Mondajs, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock A A. B MTW1CX. S'S.-SlBLKT.

;- l ..' Young Hjfson T., (very fine,) .. as (be Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks I least danger_ and with: great benefit. In sick or netv- Septerobei 11. 1&-1'7. 8 M..and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdarfl.. Thurs December 5, IS IS, 29

b f' 'JConpowoVr: d*. Bl latk ditto,. ** .- late of said County,deceased. .! OUt headache it is invaluable. days and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M. This line -
; : ". Now rcceiring per Brig' Newest frwn .lon. JAMES R. BROOKS. This arictIfill be found to act as t pjewnt cordial Notice. connects with the Central Rail Road.Savannah Augusta $100 Reward fT

I : c" GEO. H. MECINNISS. Jefferson County Oct. 30, 1847 |5"6m and tonic, restoring ,ppetiteand at the SIX month* after date,I shall'present my account Milledgeville and Western Kbil Rood to Collmbni ) UNAtfAY or stole* fruit th*

: .. ', OetoUr SO, ISMl 1! 6(. tam time fulfilling every ;intentioii that th*common 'vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate iff Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line .L,5-eiriJi. l 21 hrvf October. \9tr' J

.. ... S Fancy Goods.. *. r"lADRJJLtE 1 purgatiresamiateBdedilO'efract.t XitMtrrveg: .h4 for the County .Jefferson: id apply fora dis- from Qqincv toxChatraboocbie, andz11ioet i to ApaUchicol mm named JACK, about ,0 h -

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'I. : DESO'E.. Black Gmde Rhine, wilt be found an iarajaabte article, eciatiy i to those oC.EnretVbl. ,late of said County, deceased. Columbus .io.l&ree day r and bat out icbe will be sarod'ooesideefbiebe.d. atsd'OflIO1fl' -

; ,. ..: '_ UiiiUclMu wrMrir W Rio'Inijulli4 ftl Tf,fi fcJWTQ>|ioo Ol J Satin Plain striped tod Embroidered Cashmere Moulin l d.JAioet.I afflicted with'D>*p fpei i&,Derwyeaxot.'of. ttae Liver, S BEATTr.. -. spent on l be road between Tallahassee md'Macon part of bit shoulder,from .% hors wliBt MO51L I
; .. # I *, pjiid tpua.Silk*>, or Gene Debilir/ Monticello, July 3,1847. SO. 6m Th public rosy mt asstrdthahesry attention will 1aquitk.pokenaadv.ryseasiWe. 4rewsviwi1liven
I.. TS non.tWMlrfBl aDd ol'tDIPlathe store next door French Ginrbim*,TU1ar PUljJf : l DyClor J.: Reese .
\ Prepared >y C/iflSn, Pike ceuoly' be-paid-ta the comfOrt t rtb. wbo may patronize for IhecNegrsiPdtd-) .
.5. Y 1 .T. I .1J. r to.W. B*n J.'., a eeoertl tssnrtment ol. roods Scarf and Cravats Egyptian! and Regency Lace, Georgia, tid(or nit by ppoiifmeut tt'..*, ,:, ro that l"can b lsadbndJrearof5t'

jA-i S v : f ol! n,(o. D VCOpD.S. HARDWARE, GRP 'S 4COUantrimmed' ontrimrned E. DAllNJ\iU)-..1'.. Negro Clothing: 0J"ARE: paid, if he has been stolen by a white ma. .

S :.: mYr..:" '" ;, .*' ,'. at the very }Ladies Linen Cam. Hdkfs. French Kid Glover', S Drug .-.lUbt? ee, 'KfPIECES 1 Jttrsiy*.50 do. Plains, 20 *>. LIB:. FromTillahtase to QniftC1.t12 &; Bainbridge, : negro sndthiefwithueIsett'I

,!., ,fk T J HrwWHpr iVant v + A rH ." tndWs_ 'pen Silk CJlI'Ya, DAELLADD, Nevrort, ,, J\J. b.t1el.Lo"'eJi o.llbDlptVirPni.dq, 1 85 : to Alb ayr I Uiadltf Macon, 'l2.WRIGHTSAWYER'lrorrieton. ion. Any informal etnfcvroiDC lh*< a
'S ,t' : >, I'.Jf. t ,C Ueflitn""*printed* CtJ dkfi, new rUder S .r"::, ,Mon!icelloj ,., 5 baits 4-4 Domestics, 5 do.7-8 Domestics, 5 do. 3.4 .' reeled lo he undersigned at TtlUbaMMitt -
? f Dei. ,5cif& And Crivrts. ; D d&.,:.lObthu Negro blanket 5caesNepo shoes UfjQHN M. 'VAltN. Agent S 8ARAu4Krc'i
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