The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
January 15, 1848
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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might co-operate with that cause. to ra/m tj .,population and wealth. tar I'tEfcatered that t-llght and solitary! ; evidence of the State's; title; gainer, by the. aeIacdon.1'nat selections have heretofore t ; been mad. "m 1

REPORTOF On the other hatid the new' Stales, no less alert and discerning in and ascertained that tracts thus marked were vorlh selecting, I by counties, with the impression that there vra 0 obligation! to fit I r ,I 1 1the

THE REGISTER OF PUBLIC LANDS. reference lo their particular interest, although themselves large landholders made a formal application for them directly the. General Land Of. eat ofJ jutice on the location." The Register asks the advice nf j i J
and consequently competitors with the Union, consider it fice ; but it was to late. Of three sections thus situated, two had the Department a* to the true. construction of the act. t'i } t 1
wiser' policy to encounter competition on very unequal terms, than previously been sold by the United States.I As the question probably involves a class of cases somewhat ex.tensive t I1 ,,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT: ) te forego the political power and other advantages that accrue to am not aware that blame can bo properly imputed to any person l and perhaps errors in judgment: by men who willield I j' t :
November 29, 1847. \ them from a rapid influx of population.The for the loss of( the usual evidence, there ever was any, in referenceto first impression! without a reason. I I. have carefully turned my attei l ; lf'
Gentlemen of the Senate importance of the subject now under consideration is! the these lands. It is possible that if they were genuine selections the tion I lo all the acts of Congress wllcb bestows privileges of ibis d. t I tf .

and House of Rrprrsentalirts: more deeply impressed on my mind by the fart that immense tracts evidence which ought to have been in the Gf'nt'rall.and Office was scription. s#!
I herewith transmit the Report of the Register of Public Lands for fertile land, adapted to the growth of the same staples that are pro. destroyed "at the burning of the Treasury building some years ago," The first act of she kind boars date Fehra' 2" h. ISll.Jindauthorized I t r'i Ti ;
the State of Florida, shewing the action that Officer hall taken res. diced here, have recently been annexed to the Union and the as has been suggested in reference to a correspondence between the the entry only of the l"nI. tx'a upon a the site of t lli, ;; i :
petting the several interest* placed by the General Assembly under probability that ere long other regions will be added which imagina- Governor of Florida and the Sectretary of the Treasury, in regard permanent seats" Xcc. and required th.patents; tn he nude; to the : ;. : ',

his especial charge. lion, at least, dt'ck with still more exuberant attraction In comparing to the Seminary lands, which tol place about twenty years since.- Commissioners, &c. for that purpose (I L. II. S. Vol.. p. 3jR.: ) 'I: rr 5' ,
I cannot permit the present opportunity to pass without dome com- those regions with Florida, and after making much allowance And it is quite as po.ihe! by a coincidence of casualities, the Th. next act (.\priI9. ISIfi veal 0, p. 60.) granted four sections r I
mendation (though anadt'CJ'.atl"l't"rhaps.) of the manner in which the f foi tile exaggerations of the ardent, it would be unsafe to lay too eidenct that been in Ihp Land Office here may have to the Slate of ;' the purpose of fixing; (be seat-of lovrru-- .

Register has (performed the highly responsible duties assigned bi11r.Resides much stress upon the remoteness ofthe former, and the privations been destroyed I the great fire in IS 13, which, as appears by a let. rent Ihr.on. and rlq.irt"lthe 1 position In b<* made before the public }. } :
being respon-ihle in respect their objects his. duties have incident to new countries, a objections to migrating thither. For ter from the then)Register in this place lo the Commissioner ortheGenNal 'lands ofthe United States surrounding=such location. I. f. '
been necennarily' arduous, from the fact that be has occupied a newly the history. emigration shows that, whether quickened by the enthusiastic Land Office, dated 27lh May, 1843: did consume the build The act of March 3, 181 further provided for lid locution br 1 "} i fi :
created office, demanding; great care and business! tact in its proper spirit of adventure, impelled by want allured I by \'isionl of ing in which tho District Land Office was kept, together with the fractions, but with no change' of terms. ;t !t':
diiposition. The.. lear preceding the election of .the Register i the wealth or fame or incited by the love of liberty, the people: ( the furniture, and some papers. But from whatever cause the Ion. if it The act of20th April, 1818, granted to Alabamn. forlhc location r t4 f:9: t I
General Assembly committed the business (,that Office lo the Ex. United States can be deterred from the pursuit of their object by. no be one, did occur, the fuels now stated should admonish us or the ofthe Seat of Government therein, ono section of Jand. (Vol. 6, 1' .

ecutive ; who of course, could not devote that amount of attention difficulties or dangers that human courage, fortitude, and energy, can propriety of guarding against future losses ; and there is no mode 331.) j' .f r,, '
}4he digestion of a systematic plan of conducting it RO necessary to the possibly overcome.In more appropriate than the issuing of patents. The: ac of 20th February, 1319 granted' to the State of =! ;

organization, increase and preservation ofthe several funds designated In regard to the School Lands, ((16lh sections,) I entertain no While on this subject I will make another suggestion. The Acts sippi a quantity of land, not exceeding two entire sections, requiring : i
I in the Acts relating! to the Office. Hence, the whole burden of doubt that. it would be wise to sell them, and a speedily as possible 23 and 24. nf846, require, the State Register i to make conveyances the same lo be located in one entire tract, at such place as shuttld \' :
digesting such a plan has fallen upon the present RegUter. How consistently with the particular interest of the object for which they to purchasers from the State, but prescribe no form of attesting suchconveyances. .be designated: for the St'aluf Government therein," by the Slate, ;;
'well he has succeeded in this undertaking-the carefulness with were designed, and with the general policy all'e indicated. While Would it not be expedient to authorize the Secretary and before the commencement of the public sales "of the adjoining' \ "itt

which he has watched over the great interests committed to his they remain in their wild state, they contribute nothing, either to the of Slate to attest t such conveyances under the seal ofthe State, and and surrounding lands of the United States." (Vol. 6, p.374.- ) ;. / f : (
hands-:and the! (prompt and efficient manner in which he has discharged general) interests of the State, or to the school fund, but are exposedto make this a sufficient authentication lo entitle them to be recorded TIt The act of 3J March, 1819. (wine vol. p. 4:16.: ) grants four sections :. 1 'i .

his duties altogether, may; be keen from the Repoitand accompanying > trespassers, and must be protected, at some cost. And if they bo i is not proposed to make this tho exclusive mode of authenticating to the State. oflllinois, for the purpose! of fixing a Seat of Government <. JK .-,

: documents. leased, even at fair prices, and to punctual tenants, (which cannot State deeds, III.oub it would seem to be the most appropriate one ; thereon with. similar provisions' as to ihe location. ,) (
Very Respectfully! be, in all cases, predicated of the past,) their rapid deterioration willoverbalance but to gi 6 it same legal efficacy that existing modes have. I The act of Glh March, 1820, (Vol. G, p. 453,) makes a similar ;, l (-t
\v. I. MOSKLEY.TALLAHASSEE the income thus derived.At would afford, at least, an additional facility to effect what it is grant, with similar restrictions, l" the Slat* of Mi uuri. t' t S I:'

the sales Seminary lands which took place last spring, several I always convenient to do under the general law relating to convey.antes. The net of:May 1.1. 18-0, (Vol.! 6, p. 512.) grants the State< of' 4* 'V" 1
Nor 11,1817.To tracts: were sold on which there were subsisting leases. Since > Ohio a pre-emption to a quarter section t>f land at the mimimurn ,i, 2i {::
Goy MOSKI.F.V then no new leases have been made' : and had: any proposal to that In the first line of Section 4, Act No. 24, of 1916, as the art is price," in or near th centre of each county," within th? cession! mad, ,' ,1 :1
Sir-In conformity with provisions of sundry Acts of the Legislatnr df.c been submitted, I would have. assented lo tlu'r reluctantly.: published, then is an error which it might be well to correct. The by the treaty of September 20, 1818,M/ur the establishment of a Seat J ;.
of this State, I herewith transmit to you a Report on the subject' experience of all the planting States show that while :good, word first should be substituted, as it was obviously intended to be of justice in said auutiev," requiring' the purchase lo he ma
Lands committed my chargeI : fresh land is abundant and cheap, and the culture requiredby used, for the word last. the public sales, and (the souls of justice to be tiled on the lands so N'r: i
am, Sir, very Respectfully, your ob'i. lIf'rv't.JenX their peculiar staples leaves but little s.Iter improve, or even In discharging this duty, (reporting,) I have sought to comply se I.clp d.. .. _. .

HEARD, to sustain, old ground, impoverishment ::Inrrly. and not seldom fully with the requirements of the law, and at the same time to avoid The act of March 3,19_?, grants a pre-emption to one-qiarter : .l ll.j
Register: of Public] Lands for the State of Florida. desolation, soon succeeds fertility, even provident manage such latitude of remaks a might subject me to the imputation of en. section' each, for the counties of Marengo, Perry and Decatur, in ,

ment of proprietors in fee. It would be idle, then, lo expt'c from croaching upon the prerogatives; !or duties of other State functionaries.If Alabama, h for the establishment! of seal ofjustice therein and pn : : : '
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT lessees much care to prevent waste or exhaustion. It will be cor. therefore, it should seem to any that I have construed the law too vide, "that the seats of justice "flai be feed and continued 0: the }f o 1J
rectly inferred, from what las been said, that I would recommendthe strictly, I trust they will uscrihe'it to an unfeigned repugnance to land so located." (Vol. 7, p. .)
the of Public J Lands for the State of Florida I .
Of Resistor: entire abandonment of leasing;: system. appe tr obtrusive. On the other hand, should I have unconsciously I The act of :May 21, 1824-, grants a quarter section to Florida for i ta t- .m
Should the Legislature: concur with me on this point, no local failed to observe in practice, what I approve in theory 1 hope the Seat of Government to be located previously a sale of the adjacent '. t t: t
Within the current year the business selecting land for the State, agents will hereafter lt necessary, except for the single though im error may be attributed lo undfcscmblcd zeal in a cause of deep interest lands under the authori! y of the Governor thereof, at the. point 1.
'" has been prosecuted!! with as much despatch as was deemed consistent! portant purpose of protecting the public lands from trespassers. Witha to every citizen of Florida. to be selected for the permanent Seat of Government of said 'I'erri:1.: '' W. ;

with the public interest. It was not thought advisable to glean too view to remedy defects in pre-existing laws on this subject, the last Respectfully submitted. tory." (''0. 7. p. .--.) f ":, ff: .
closely those regions which had' been culled from, while Legislature! (of 1840)) made it the duty of I he Register, in certain JOHN BEARD The act of May 21, IS24'lrantl a quarter section to Florida for ;": :: r' t ta

\ others not yet surveyed! remained to }be explored.* cases, to appoint agents-and authorized him, \ith the Governor; Rtfitero lubirl.a"dfu the State Florida. Seat of Government. f) previously to a sale of the a'. 'f t f
Soon after I entered upon my official duties in January last, I found to fix compensation. Without such an extensile and intimate TALLAHASSEE O"EnEl J) 18-7. o jacent I.nd.under ,the authority. of the Governor thereof! at the point; f ;I

that in order to provide means to discharge existing; demands, and to personal aCJJailtancp as very few can possess, the Register: or any - to be selected for the permanent Scat of Government of said Terri. r :-ll f*!?1
, expedite the land operations, it was necessary lo have sales as soon other indi'hlal, ever find it difcul, if lot impossible, to make C.] CORRESPONDENCE; THE SECRETARY OF tory. (Vol. 7. p. 273.") i ; I i 1
as practicahlf'ccordinIJ; the requisite! notice was given and judicious appointments. Without knowledge an appointing The act o.: May 28, 1821 I, (now under consideration,) grants a .I'
l sales were had in Mat. The simultaneous and opportune rise in the power or functionary is always obnoxious to imposition, and often TiE TREASURY.ST. pre-emplion to one-quarter section each, to the several counties or ":' J: t ffi33r:

t price of the great staple of the State, encouraged the hope that it subject to censure which ought to fall on others, on whom he i is obliged AUCI-STIXE: Sept. 2d, 1847. parishes of each State and Territory of the United States, where .
_' would be a favorable time to sell land, and the result shows that the 'I to rely for correct information. Now, therefore, disclaiming all Sir : By the act of 3d March, 1845: entitled An Act supplemental there are public lands, "for the establishment of seats of jusiice" f Pr t

i,: hope was well fiunded. Including a fi'w tracts, sold since at privatesale I proclivity to shrink from any duty that I think I can discharge: with to the act for the admission of Florida, &c., eight entire sections of therein ;" and provides "that the seat of justice for said counties or .!, 1 t l'J 1! ;
the quantity disposed of amounts to 11.Om: 36-100 acres, pro. 1 benefit to the public, I would repscctfully propose a m ulilication of Ian are granted to said State, for the purpose of fixing the seat ot parishes respectively, 8hal be fixed previously to a sale of ihe adjoining 1ya ya *. 1
ducing 832,825: 24-100 and averaging S:2 78 per acre. the prcniiions: referred to. Let agents be elected annually, in the Government.It lands within county or parish for which the same is loca r: 5 4|i.3v .:
Leaving out of view the necessity that existed: and admitting, what same manner that members of the Legislature and county officers are is hoped that the term entire," may not be so interpreted, or ted." The second section of the act repeals so much of the former ijj: J. !

is extremely problematical} that these lands would at some indefinite elected. One agent in each county would be sufficent, except, per. applied, a(10 restrict the selections to the legal sobdivisions, or laws "as requires said seat of justice to b continued at or near tho : :: ;*.? viUiM !
future period have yielded more than the amount of principal and haps, in some of the large counties, o such as are divided by streams section lines. For such restriction would render the grant almost centre of said counties or parishes." < -
interest that would accrue from an early sale, it still docs not necessarily which it is inconvenient to cross. In such cases let the counties be valueless, as the good lands in Florida are much cut up with pre. In looking at all these lawn, evidently "in par mm. and each .; o< 1 v 1 1
follow that it would have been politic to have deferred the divided into districts, defined by such streams, or by range: and town. emptions, armed occupation," and other private claims.An to be regarded an extension of a like privilege one by ".
eales. For in the affairs of communities, no less!!: than individuals, ships lines. Make it the duty of the agents to take charge of all early communication from you, touching the matter suggested the first act, I cannot, for a moment facilitate a to a true construction .J' .[. .
there are tides which may not be omitted without detriment-tides State lands lying in their respective districts, and to institute proceedings or your consideration, is respectfully solicited. of the act of May 20, 1924. These acts, taken together show that .> *' !:

t which, originating in moral causes! may be directed more or less by in the name and behalf of the Stale, against trespassers. Makeit I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant, Congress have intended throughout to pursue a uniform rule. The :t _i. :
the agency of man. Of this kind are the fluctuations population the duty of Grand Jurors also, to take appropriate legal cognizanceof JOHN BEARD, title of the latter act as well as" the language used in the IHJIoth" :. 7
and wealth, which a sagacious! statesman will watch with as much all trespasses coming under their own observation-and require Register of Public Lands for the Stale of Florida. first section plainly indicates that the intention was to require '. i ,w: t
anxiety as that with which a pruden} mariner observes the winds, or : the Judges of the Circuit Courts to charge said Jurors specially on Hon. R. WALKER, Secretary of the Treasury. location to be made at Ihe point where the seat of Justice should'be ;. -ti

the ebbing and flowing of the oceap. the subject. As the performance of their duties will be attended established, and that the quarter sections selected should contain i/. I t
Since the cessation of Indian hostilities the tide of emigration to with some labor, some expense, and in cases prosecution, with no TREASURY DEPARTMENT ) am of opinion that all selections and purchases under this act, which 1 -
Florida has neither been as full nor as continuous as was anticipa. little odium, it cannot be expected that competent persons! will acceptthe 9th : were not, at the tim of entry selected as the site for the seat of justice .ti.

ted. Nevertheless though hardly recovered from that hideous con. trust without reasonable compensation. (Existing laws do not Sir I acknowledge the receipt of September communication, 1847.of the$ 2d of the proper county or parish, are nullite and without wan ant : f)
test which desolated large portions of her domain, she has had. the ; contemplate gratuitous services.) What should he the comncn!a- : your of law. : 4 I
inst. to the construction the the I'
by Department
boldness to enter the lists of generous rivalry with Slates alreadypowerful tion, the Legislature, can determine best. should be paid, however inquiring a put on The provisions of t these several J arts, which require a* a condition. I.
I the for the
of 'J
act of 3d March, 1846 supplemental to act admission I.
prosperous, and renowned. Thus situated, and thus adicn. out of the proceed of the lands in proportion to the quantity be. the fixing of the seat ol justice before the public sale' of the adjacent .: ts: ; (
Florida fcc. and have lo state in I have referred the
turing, she should be cautious in regard to any policy that might, in longing to each class, or to its value in the respective counties or dis reply same lands was, without doubt, to insure !lo the United States an equivalent r ", 11 '' '
to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, for a at
1 the slightest degree: lend to counteract the attractive influences oft trict And, as a further incentive to fidelity and vigilance give the early date con'enint.h.n that shall have report been a fo the grant, in the enhanced price fjr which the adjoining land t '

Ler climate and her soil, by repelling; instead' inviting; population agents; a portion of damages or fine that may be assessed in every ceived and considered as will be advised r'por of the views of this would sell, in consequence of being .t'a the seat of justice ; and it \f, l r
and wealth. But true to her permanent interest the Slate should case commenced at their instance. In cases of delinquency, of the you of communication.I may well be duhtel. whether Congress: could !lawfully}! make the 1 t j" '
neither fit high prices on her lands, nor bring them into market which the conviction of a trespasser' under a prosecution not instituted partment on subject your grant but for reason Hytle compact with Virginia, the Unlit' i J' r
sir obedient
i sparingly. The times fur offering, .and the quantities to be offered, by the agent, should be prima facie evidence, let the delinquent am, very R. J.respectfully WALKER your servant, Slates look I the title of a* Trustee, as a common fundfor .; f 1

f should,of course, be regulated by the demand for immediate, or not agent incur at least a forfeiture of Should! a ,vacancy occur, lotus BEARD ESQ. Secretary o th Treasury. al the:states and agreed "that thry should be faithfully and t r'i
f remote, use, a* near as this can be ascertained. And although from let the County Commissioners fill it by an appointment ad interim. fide disi>osed. f for that and far no other use or purpose ;
Public Lands Slate Florida St. Fla. .
the difficulty such ascertainment, portions h' fall into the handsof I If the Legislature should adopt these suggestions, and also that Register of for of Augustine, ." Without a lurpt faith and violation of contract ., 1 i

peculators, against! which it is impnsrihle to guard with entire "hie.proposes the fixing, bl lair, minimum price of all State lands, TREASURY DEPARTMENT they cannot dispose of any part of a way that shall impair : i ,3 t
success ; yet it i it, at the worst, doubtful whether such results wouldbe "i Il advisable to require the protecting agents; to immediately 16th or diminish the aggravate of the fund. And unless they can grant \ ;.
as prejudicial to the (public weal as would \Ise a slight check to before every sale,the lands that are to be ca.sif' Sept. 1847. S them so a to protect the fund, by an advance of price in .the sales I" : + '
communication of the }
further 2d
Sir In reply to inst., with tr
immigration, caused by excessive anxiety to obtain' high prices. ingthem under three heads-1st,2nd and 3rd qualities, and to furnishthe : the construction your of that of the Act of 3d March the adjacent t lands, or, by some latitude of conduction, make a conn ;,, t w; i
For it speculators! should purchase, keen.sighted;; self interest! would Register with lists of such classifications ; which lists! together respect to the Stale of Florida portion entire ty or parish of a particular Stale mean the same thing, A.aU the "+ F ) 1
induce them to hasten the settlement! of their land. And besides! with the notes of the locating agents, would enable the Register to 1845, granting to "eight sections of land. States of the Confederation! ," I would not heMfatt to declare \ a : ;-t C
of their of t.t
Government I
for the fixing seat herewith transmit
the State would immediately begin to derive interest from the pro. make final arrangement that would at least t upproi;imafc the true purpose an ass' -imption of power and a violation of contract. i trgrant
tedl of the sales, and revenue in the form of taxes from the lands relative value of the different tracts. ;The advantages of consolidatingthese a copy of a report to me from the Commissioner of the General I must advise: then, instructing the Register at Kalamazoo, and all .J OJ t
under date of the 10th instant and the
themselves. Influenced by these considerations! and, from information ( duties would bo two.fold : while the aggregate compensation Land Office, accompanying other Registers arid Registers and Receivers : .: ;
anticipating a demand, I hate advertised! sales to take place to one set of agents might be less than ir lira were employed it might printed Circular, showing the construction placed on that Act and 1st. That the pre-emption granted to counties and parishes! by the 't, : 1 'o J a
other States the General Land
Office and in
next March. Besides the tracts that have been advertised there arc still hp made sufficient to secure the services of competent persons ; similar grants to by ne of May 26, 18-, is of the quarter section only on which the( constituted ,: ,
M :
others in East Florida which would probably: command fair prices. and the protecting agents being! familiar with the lands through frequent that construction I concur.I authorities of the State shall have fixed and established,prior .1 r.! :'.
:. (;these have: not yet been approved at Washington! and, moreo. visits of observation, would be better qualified: to classify them am, Sir,Your very obedient respectfully.! to the public sales of the adjacent public lands, the seat of j11 tice.

ver, having been selected for Internal Improvement; they must be than other persons would be from a single! and probably a cursory servant,R. J. WALKER 2d. That they L.instructed I to permit. no selection or entry to ,lie '.. 1': r 11Z
I advertised for fix months. Under these circumstances, I apprehend view. The quantity of legislation that has already been had on this. hereafter made in violation of the above rule, and that they report t
that if I should wait to hear from Washington, the subsequent notice subject, evinces its inherent difficulty. Sensible of this, it would bewith Secrtaryoth Treasury. every selection not made in accordance with it. .It i f

required by law would compel me to postpone the sale to a period in reluctance that I would venture to recommend absolutely! any Jon BEARD, Esq.Public, Lands Florida I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, I t +
St. Fla.COFY.
the next year so late that strangers could hardly be expected to at. plan ; and it is not without diffidence that I propose foregoing.By Register of for Augustine, M. ISIRCIIAKD, Solicitor. .: t. .

toad L And here I will take occasion to propose that the second an act passed March 3d, 1845, Congress granted to this State To JAMES WUITCOMB, ESQ., Commissioner.D. ': .7 +
xdioQ of act :\0.2-1,of 1840, le so amended as to require Internal eight st'ction of land, for the purpose of fixing the seat of Improvement Lands, like those! for Seminaries to be advertised three Anxious to make this grant as productive as possible, I ad. GENERAL: LAND OFFICE, ) [ .] "=; 1 IU f
months only. This change would diminish the expense, not inconsidersble dressed a note to the Secretary of the Treasury, expressing the hope September 10th 1847. $ t
of and of Tracts selected for the Sir : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the letter of Correspondence with th Commissioner of th General Land Office. t
advertising selling. that the State would be permitted to locate the land by sections, unrestricted .j
different could then be the 2d inst., from John n.ard. Esq., Register of Public Lands for the ST. AUOCSTINE 9th 1847.
objects, and in many cases lying contiguous, by legal subdivisions. The matter was referred to theCommissioner Sept. -
Advertised in the came notices and sold at the same times. of the General Land Office, who it his opin. Slate of Florida referred by you to this office-in which that gen. SIR:-I beg leave to call your attention lo an important conflict b. f ti
In the acts relating to these two classes of land there are some! ion, (which was concurred with by the Secretary gave) that a the entire tletnan states that it is hoped that the terms of that part of the act of tween the section o, the Act of 20lh! May, 1826and ihe 2d generalrule ,'I
other differences 3d March, 1845, by which there are granted to the State of Florida, in a Circular dated 30th August, 1832, addressed the Commissioner I
for which there is nooortour reason. For instance, quantity' must "be located in one body, and that the seat of Govern by -
Seminary lands are required to be appraised, whilst the minimum ment should be fixed upon the land thus granted : evidently imply. "eight entire sections of land, for ihe purpose of fixing their seat of of the General Land Office to Registers and Receivers ; : \
prjces of Internal Improvement lands are fixed by lav. The former Ins that the grant was conditional, and would be void urrlees'the seat Government," may not be so interpreted,or applied, a to restrict the prescribing the mode of making selections for Ichollrpust"s. s. .
is not recommended '* selections to the legal subdivisions, or sf.tion lines-as such restriction You perceive that whilst the Circular selections In l
plan my favor by thc little experience I have of Government; should be fixed 8 aforesaid. wi .srric.
had of its operation. The latter, after bating been tested miny Better succc'a attended an effort to a modification of instructions would render the grant almost valueless &c. the nearest. adjacent township wherein goal 'land exists," tho Ail ,?! 'II-
tears b, the United Stales is still adhered to ; which is no slight regarding selections deficient sixteenth section The In accordance with yourdir ctinn endorsed thereon, I have the ho. of 1826, in a spin i better according with the enlightened purpose of :
proof of its excellence if it be considered what anxious and nnrernit. change referred to will enable the State to select good land fir this nor to state, that in my opinion the terms of the grant above mention. the r.Jtlr authorizes selections to l"e made "out of any I appro I'
tiag attention has been bestowed the hind ed require that tho whole of these eight sections should be locatedin prated \land within the land district where Township I
upon system by the most!! important of al the objects for which donations l.ave been madeto public th fur : t
teal Government. It is desirable, at least, that the Stale .Fl'd'i! her at much cost than it could have been dune under the one body, at such point a may be fixed upon by the proper author. which any tract is selected may be situated .
adopt an uniform system! as far as she has the right: to do it, ious rules.f prev ii's, of Florida a their seat of Government ; and that the seat of Now, if the rule of the Circular is to be adhered to, the purposeof a.

gird to the management and disposition of all her lands. The mini. By provisions in the Acts of 1846, the Register is to in. Government for that Slate should lie fixed upon the lands thus grant the grant must, in many cases, be defeated ; for an examination nf ,2 .1' _
mum price, however, is a matter of more importance than the mode vest all surplus moneys in United States stocks ; requirf'c reservingenough ed. Such appears to have been the opinion of this office on all similar the Township entitled to a selection, and when it contain no goo,l .
by which such price shall he I ascertained.On to meet the expenses incident to selecting land.altr Estimating; lands as you will perceive by reference to the enclosed circular land unappropriated, of the adjacent Tmchp.would in all cases,
a former occasion, I think last year, in the Report of thc and as it is now ascertained, correctly, that the amount received and to Register and Receiver of llih Oct. 1837-and the opinion the by the incident expense, diminish th the grants ; and in :11 I
President of Trustees, the attention of the Legislature was judicious. receivable from all sources, after discharging existing demands, Solicitor of this office, of 19lh September, 1837. the cases of fmall complements, would absorb the whole .
I lj directed to (he ;impolicy of giving any grounds for the belief would not more than suffice for the purpose indicated until another. Mr. Beard's letter is herewith returned. On the contrary, if the law be the rule, selections may be mad

abroad, that after engrossing all the best land within her limits, instalment should become due for lands sold last Spring or another Very respectfully, with the less difficulty, at much less expense to Florida, and with a 'o:
Florida! bad fixed on them extravagant prices. I fully concur in that fate should! be made, I invested the temporary surplus in Florida Your ob't nerv'f, little detriment to (ho interest of the U. S. .(I

liar! and would earnestly deprecate measures having any such ten. Treasury Certificates at an average discount of four percent., vary: (Signed) RICHARD M.Commissioner.YOUNG, The first two propositions are obvious. The third Il try to dem. j; -

dccy. Instead of thus repelling enterprise, and depressing the ing according to Ihe number, or time when each would probably be onslrale. '
jPfrit of competition, invite and stimulate them by the hope, at least, paid. By this operation the credit of the Stale has been in some Hon. R. J. WALKER, Sec'yoflhe Treasury. Suppose we he restricted to the rule. The locating agents will 1

< (*d bargains, and you will attract to your sales crowds that degree upheld-the money has been kept in circulation at home- ransack the "adjacent Townsh'ip"and a tracts 10 small t to be taken .
un the contagious excitement incident to such occasions, will, in the means required for prosecuting the selection of lands come in by the State for any other purpe. may be taken fur this, the U. S i
September 19, 1847. S thus lose
mall mss, cause the lands to sell (or more than the most sanguine seasonably, and an immediate gain 8226,05 has been effected for may many On the other hand if Ihe laf
woo W hive appraised them at in a moment of calm calculation.- the Seminary fund.* Sir: I hare examined tie question propounded by the Register at be pursued, for the purpose of saving expense the nt. will .tt.

"* ** ** l&DctioDed by unerring experience I would! renew a suggestion, made in 1845, by the President of Kalamazoo, in his letter of tho 30th ultimo, vii : \Vhcther it be locate, if practicable, in one body, or connected tracts, in sac land
Thin Lu that the selections made by the several counties, under the district, ihe quantity required to make the of aU the
ken a perpetual contest between the new and the old Trustees, &to the importance obtaining from the United States necessary up compliments
States in: npard; to the price of tho public (U. S.) lands ; the former more formal evidence of title to lands granted to this State than has ac of May 26th, 1824, should be actually used a sites of the several Townships in such district. And thus the Slate would lake' for
5 cooteadi lng for reduction Court Houses, or county seats, or whether they be viewed as schools only what she might take for Internal improvements ; and
a of the minimum,the latter opposing it.- hitherto been given. In consequence of the defective manner in I .
But It 'll Worthy'? of special' notice, as pertinent i-) tbe present argue which selections( have heretofore been, and still are designated, several made for the benefit of the counties I" for a the"VU. S. are concere i seems t me to be a matter o in.difl'arence !
htldtbe' The Register states, that if actual occupancy as county seats be for which object the land shall be taken. r
ttotiajr.w: course ofthe parties: are directly opposite, the tracts in Gadsden county hare been lost ; the only evidence ex.
3TSS. (botb tooter to strengthen the position here taken. Then lane that they e'orcre selected being simply the letter .U. mar. required, the advantages of the- act will be nugatory ; that the Hoping that the foregoing view may be concurred with, I bare Ibis
seat has long been established, and if compelled to change the day sent to the Newnansville office a list of selection made in
rb.1 m imponrilbed more or lew by a exhai ring system of ap;. ked on (the maps in the Tallahassee Land Office, apparently of very county accordance .
would be of with the Act of
selected the 1820.
---rc, feel location on to the tract lotertlinstead
J disquietude at the auggestion of any measure that long standing, and of mysterious import. At soon as practicable, af county

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1 l\Ir, Sanderson's Protest. | remain to Le paid out of the Treasury will tee, were ignorant of the exis nce or contents THE it candid and honest in so doing. He is charged General Taylor

i i much exceed the um of 3,480 30 due for of such a letter, until it was read in the Se! LOBDIAN. with J'lsyii'g t pine for the Presidency. There General TAu.calias written the following letter

: f The undersigned! feel* it clue lo himself in i the year 1S-IC: --and when audited and settled nate. I will further say that I do not believe seems tons great inconsisteacy ia tbe papers which iu answer to the nomination of him by a Taylor! Rji

consequence of the personal character of the i not\\ ithtlamjing all the ironical fjvcial ]>! that the Chairman of the Committee, (Mr. 'LET 'XT J.LON. make this charge. They maintain also that*thten- Convention held at larri! bnrg:

st. ::1? ,) iflIityrrrfl1 presented by ihe Hon. Senator of the gentlemen, the people will fsnd that Moseley.) could have wilfully advised the tire mass of the Northern people are favorable to lItAr jiTAHTiB. ARMY or CccrriTiox

Itnm Mourn-, In oemiuJ hit c.instui4nI:: l the Sute liabilities will exceed the sum of publication. In the hurry of a closing session Saturday, January 15, 1848. the Proviso. If this be so, what folly wculd a man Brazos Island! Texas NOT. 23. isi?:

I _1: a right of spreading this lis protest upon the SIO.IH'O' as sta'ed in the report made l>y the !; Ihe suggestions of the designing are not commit, who was merely seeking strength for the the PtAn receipt I jour take favor great ef pleasure the 6th in October ackDenI, Jr-_

journals ul the Senate. ttuiersii"i! upon the MI!J.TI, nnJ have to beI j, apt to be closely scrutinized, by the unu. State Convention. Presidency, to throw himself in, opposition to that sing to me a ropy rf the proce
::4 t: .t .:..j.. IIO FEsT.ft1 I provided for-which this Legislature hat done I pectin. and I incline to (he opinion that the We invite the attention of the Democracy mas' ? The North certainly has the strength so far Taylor State Convention, which awcubled >t

without J'ear. And the undersigned without; | publication was made without reflection, and as vot;* go, and when they are united Southern Iljrmburz. Pennsylvania. >
The tituersued i i of
not apprised any of the Slate, and of cur brethren of the press The rrsulutiont 'T the meeting have
houlJ hesitation or fcnr has frankly Mated: the miin- i at the instance of some person not of the Comrnillee votes would have very little effect in clucking their gives ice
.4 r HMMMI, why I : that IJmioraV.e: licnator in to the contained in Crest fleasu'e and l atiaIactuon, se the exp:03
. : :' lime db.IaIk4I i l him iu the liulcnl pcfuiiul mau- j cia! conjition of the Sate: and cheerfully asiimN who xvilfully advised it. .Mr. Avery particular, suggestions a actiua. What, then, would a man expect to gain hiatt, respect anal consideration iron ttt* o& f

:: nor ho has done in lue rt-pI il er has *ijia- ; the rcSiHinsibility, and challenges iotitraiJiriit.rj. is not of the Committee I helreve He has communication In this day's paper, signed by courting the minoRity power ? Surely not the Pent ylania; and I embrace llieearlint mtm

: l rc. lie Inrlirves that in his iei cuIrse with in truth of the abo\e *ta! 'ments.j by an ii' literal intimation that (he accounts Jackson," on the subject of a Convention for Presidency.We or acknowledge thus bestowed ray warm jpcrrculiin their i.f ike high keB-

: ihe mrmiieni f lbi honorable b
!t Kind in the learned minority toj of the Democratic Comptroller, disclosed sincerity and honesty, when we see him opposing To I
I'' :. umlormly courteous and respectful, awl oic. report by the Republican party in the approaching ycowlf, wouM not fail fo express cy tkjBK.
that he had ever at tinirrt.hil.iied j wit : The author of that wise report admits the object of the publication lo be lo hi* influence to the popular current. If it be true fulne for the very mutinous and acceptable tr.annrr
i 4F wa* not aware any fail election. That communication is from
ulLcr conduct towards that gentleman ihst! the chairman possessesr.o rare share of create the suspicion of a collusion between a that the whole Northjs so opposed to slavery as to in which }ou have conveyed to me the proceedings
4 any I of the Cons ention.
f -und lid is therefore at a loss to acomiit Ic'v tic.-icc, together with great rhetorical powj Democratic editors 'and Democratic ofiicers, gentleman of the West-a private citizen. disregard Southern rights, then the greater i is Mr. I remain, dear sir, with high respect

d 4 for the spirit exhibited towards him hi l yihc j .M Uoallthe undersigned feels much ernIrirrassed to use the public funds for their mutual bene- We avow ourselves pleased with tho course CAJS' Cierit in the position be has taken. With obedient ervact, JJ. TAYLOR year,tacst

tifitcr i1! the ininori'y Krport. Had that at m marked a complimi-nt, coming fit. In his anxiety however to convict others he proposes and would most heartily advocate DCCHANAN DAI.LA, and others, lie has nobly chosen Major General U. S. Army.

i ;:; Hon. eriainr thought proper lo have confined ; from the high source it d >es-and there arc so of dishonesty, he has destroyed the inflienceof it. if we thought there was sufficient time to to stand by the Con'titution. It is but miserable This answer from the General excito considrrab'e -

; A JHH leuutkt to the suWrt matter (It 5 the lieJ.H.II : many compliments; lavished upon him by the his accusation! bv having subjected himtrlf carping lo say that his motives were bad. notice among the doctuts in the Whir ranks...
hol.i the District Conventions
4 ) uiudy the undci>i iticd u* 1tltn Shill 1t! I .fr/v? trixr. and.Inou'iiiff! a-i''ior ('fihat brilliant to an imputation finite as grave.I preparatory to But, out idea of the views of the Northers people especially among those w ho prefer anclJier mat n for

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this i pn>:e :ant \\ iiid lia\t! had n<> vltj'CJioii at a loss how to hide hi> blushes. That the I with expressions. of iiiilignition! which so great I our candidates woud! he too late in the field if gree with the South. They see what is right, and it-

': 1(1 any renaiks he illcJat ha%e made inrflVieiicc high Ami gtfied author of the minority: report I an ouiae is ralcuLtis! to excit'. 1 xvillsay. the course proposed l by ** Jackson": should be arc disposed to maintain it. We do not believe ft sVoTd distinctly nndr',tivwi ifcjj the ne.
I iud! have oondescen! th'it betov ; howi-vor. i in ronc'ntion 'bat I 1 hue ination here accepted was that cf a I.CCO-Vsco Cm"venticn
.b to it-but Ill a* much as that tfenaInr j Mi> : publicly ti> : an pursued. It is important that they have sufficient that their great and Jleac'ing men stand solitary and the
resolutions which
; hairpivra
has ccndf tccndeJ to niaku an attack upon ; i.i> many ecoiiiurns up ui so humble an abiding roniidenee hat the actors ii; this business alone. The evidence ns In the contrary ; and \i hen Taylor areat pieCatIre! and arifaiinr' Cnrr-l

.. : #; ihe author oJ'lhat it-port, 1 as the author ol that i individual ns the iino'eisigncd' is certainly deerving will find in h the end ihat by this: :appropriation time to canvas* the State thoroughly. Northern statesmen are heard arguing in our behalf! resnlttieins of that convrntim. II. A. MahlenS wtretLe-

; .. j-jH)it feel calK-d! njMrn in justice to myself and I of unbounded gratitude un his part, for to t'Kir: u,. of the property! ol! another This xvill require, according to what we con. Southern papers should take comfort and rejoice in its President, ha *on cl ihe lit. Loco Toco Jf c.*

Ihe cMinty which 1 have the honor to repretcnt had not the mighty geniii* that saga appreciated they have gained no'orirly rather than ceive good autLoiity, for it is from those who hope, rather than indulze in disparaging criticism and nididat l"r Govrrncrf that name. We it

t d:_ 1 to protest against the action of this fwxiymi I ,"aye fully too, appreciated; the under- distinction. have fried if, at least eight months. Now we We should all unite in welccmiug the voice of pert rot believe Gen. Tayli-i!ie or his for a4s'.cate Pre.ider,?ever. Treir int n object
t ,* in the iniii'uilj "ited 5 s puerile arguments they wou'd have Vcrretpectfully.! truth. Mm info lS'l a
c; ; ycbleiday tnorning leceivjng submit it to the re.pected author of Jackson," a position where fie 'A'hizs nnnoT sap.
ri-port *i ijrtf by tlic Senator Irom Monroe, ; 'l/een lost lo iulure ages. Again how flatteri JAMKS; T. AKCIIKK. port him. ard that werrcsume they! harr aided tacconplish.

.. F Y.-J'Hccuuse it i ungenerous and ci<- i The condescending author of Ihe minority riJicn.of whether we can hold the Conventions propos Dolngi In Congress. ."
Per th' J-
2 ie-jK'ctlul lo the uudersigiud a member of;! t teport sass "he will not take detailed no.tire a' Dit'renre f><>ir.:
.. this hi'norahlc body. of the clnirman's jwcrilc-piserile !ha i* kIt I'rre to c-jjsbjt error.''-Jn rt.R )N.Kvery to visit all parts of the State which they will ject all-absorbing interest bofore Congrcsi Other quoting the letter, ayi:

,y- fecund-It represents the author of that rej ha \e; so he. srLysiU rile arguments upon thing is done! l by association now.n. need and ought to have ? While, therefore, matters seem tn be of but secondary imneoruance.The .- and" In this letter, there i is pot a word but whit ant
Whiz should
| the subject of common, schools, but would every niter in reply to a coarteoai
: j 1ll it as bat iug made siatemcnlsvhich arc not say lat There t be roneert } action for would great questions which have divided parties here nomination but
had the been industrious in ( 5. imi > we heartily seco id his suggestions if ; when the fcct i" known that Jr! .
as or-
a : lo Itc loniiJ Ill rCp4Jl it. j gentleman efficient to obfiiin concert of tofore are for the time almost forgotten ; and the Miihlenberr. the President r.f the o-Caid:
; Star.
any :vIrultise; assured
schools of State we were could be carried
the this they out
: The rej ort made l y the honorable Senator j I ganizin common as action, there m't. t be a Inrrnonv i.f sentiment prime effort of every one is, fo Le before liis rind ,- I Convention, (of which we never hear tnueh.bvib! ,

. ) : :. from *1Ul1l lie is not what it putporti to 1 be, a i; he has been i.i writing demagogue reports: thect' -the ofr ;>rin of mut-uil unl without, hazard to the interests of the great j bors in suggesting some order,'in olulit.n. or utica'- i wa>.) i* a s -:. tf tie, liotixriishnl and v.e'JlncIVrn *-,
. mict! f' tie i.ext have b g..ri'rluns ; < rit, M'. Muhlenb-rz. x..hintcrto
;: : minority icj ort HJKIII the Milyect initterol f the j jifjtort : r : jear cnl of contlicting: pinion-. *o fir as such Republican party, nevertheless, we are not I ure relative to the past or future conduct cf oar G.IV. | and I' eg a heading member nf C. the Russr5,
.. l I't'seil! l, wih: .1 well regolute-J rnnmon school! nrrw- fw
.: made by the :ider.iu'd as cliaiiman ; concession cnn h
.c .:"the coinmiliee on the isate; of te CnhlllOl1.a. J JMTa'th system? throughout this! bmail and happy !and. : xxhieh rannot be nct'.arv xvber i bejjpve if cart iou out, it would bo so late ; It sho-.vs that the policy f'f the'ritiin. in j right omewlif re. 1 ere, ;, well u ta
The author of have been scrim
but li"U of Joxv ielecions! characteii course must ( i'erinsvlvana. 'jadoa'utetiU ha* (
a &n.t ;n eToif t
carnur out democratic measures of cisul cL.iracter totct
: the basis for !!. ; a "
., parties : arommon n -
ic cf thesiz ttamiin of the honorable in making this stateme-r., and] the undersigned agree upyji j in the season bf.iro this State: Convention ; Gen. Taylr in a !'visitun) where tie 'Vhi finrt C
# : ;; Rut r."itte'r' !lutvo Inrrnonv of iiirncnt is so fully vindicated b the test of arfiil
we ran s > experience nominate bira; with hf
member. The undersigned' is not aware of! does hi'jic that the good people will cx rrijf* a wouid be l.eld that th* canvassing would have which. they nut;
cI action j that the opposition fcrced to abandon their matter .f throw
t.ioe.u'ert until xve have are a* a t course liia asiJe a, worthless
better fWlwanuife because he !has !
:' eer having been "seaicd, as stated in the' neglected to be done our cairlid-ites ii the midst of attack "
a conf*rencr 'ii d ci>t. t>lliiioi.; j jTo I ny j szainst it. It shows thai bat for the war

:. ciinority; report, by the iiiaginaiy !hootia_ ota :o n*" iiis tiniouuled! infiuence over that i itfrnllrnan win:. \ :,-i nny ask. Messrs. Jvihor*, i< | the summer. However, while avowing our. I their complaints would be hnsheJ, unless indeed, j The Mifttllany Sf Whi a s'ron7big paper
which he lL
'a ri ioa." as Juis not conscious: ot ever having says undersigned ; all this ? To lhi! I some might be made from j published at Atlanta, Georsij. preface this >
4 -and trusting the gentlemnn! viil' genviali/iug preliminary : selves in favor of a Convention, at the same party necessity. This rIy eftheGencrals (
uf ihat! tiil possesses
with dcscrij-tion oniLe I
met an t in the D-isiorrat 1'iori.Ia. bold { state ot thing-i mu't be to all with the folU.wjngpwEfed acd
; a proposal 01 to cratifying true demo- icniC-;
occasion and he has neither turned hir..1l excuse him when Le leilects: tint lie j time we declare that! : we are weeded to no C
:: present District t'onrcnfinns preparatory to the cnviir.g I cr ls. They have at tear the tacit admission of cant remarks:
.. ,_: rav or e%Oil \viiits at the dense: lag:' the gfiij j baa heesi placed upctj only seven of the! fourteen political ratitiEbiJil.Let i plan. Whatever will l be agreeable to 1 their opponents, that tie policy they ra\e so long t If wiil be seen by th Mlowioz letVr tuna Gen-
; ; Ilc'aan La* attenjt>:ed tu gl't u. 1 lie dgni-: stnndinj, committees! ('fhhiC euurite. He eral Tail r, thtthis r>omnati, ir
of the} of the State will I >n the Pri.sidercy
lher LA majority Iemccrary
1'tnrrn'ion a '
a in each r>f lhr !I coitendrd for, and which is now i in fu'i operation, '
do him that
led of the gentleman acknowledge certainly will IL'llc justice, especiaiy by a Itir.orratir Convenlu.n; La s tnei the cid
-. that he report|j is "uvei whelmed by the purrilc !! in view of his own arduous iibots, as ap. four; Circuit* of th- 8'ar.'hat is to be |I be agreeable to us. Whether the Convention j i is safe, judicious, and I rr.eicial fo the country. It 1 tlenan: grtat plraure onJ tatiifattivn." gin-tw

p .: :: 1.Cllt" ttt the undersigned's report-nor argu-is il. [M-ars of record, c'aring the! present session.Tmsting gained / First harmony of sentim-nt ; si.- j| should be hold in the Middle! West' East, or i is sreat csu,.e of joy that tLis much U ltl to be ti- | this begins fo lock like iininra.. }!ehas hmtofoi
cond. conceit of action ; third, a full, fair i iuneqtiivocnl ken for granted. i positively declared! i that he v or.d rrt.tnder a'ui cfr-
u matter (surprise to the author of: that repozt, to the good sense of;lie gentleman i South, is immaterial to us, so that the people j j curr.stances, consent tohi nomination by either of
expn'stioii of the viVw prefrrcnci's { i With regard to the Mexican war,nothinj hat been 'I (
r ns he it (1't0! coiifdcnt thnt the honorable! in this: matter, the undersigned herewith dismisses aie fairly and honestly represented and their the political partits that liVjJe tFe ctuitry. Lit
ain< anti purposes cit lli* Dem cratic dne which s-jit the whig If admit that
I they our i himivow
eiitleman! such the subec:. j ltis/n"/ifj/V.% we-brtLey Derccnticer
:a caa Lilly appreciate arguIlltMltJ. J. 1'. SANDERSON.'Letter pat Lv of Florida ; fourth, triumph. These i icihfs and diri.s carried out faithfully. We solJitr lave fouzlit bravely and noblv. \tt they will I Whis;-for the freemen tf Ge, rcti like tct a can C

f respective Convention*, vil.'t! !! -xnr 'ssing. 1 throw the ha I rf thinks for without then !"*
not vote
out e iy thoughts in rc ponse toi pa>s a such ervice, without
I The leaves it to the Honorable
undersigned ;' in frank clrar bold and manly These are a few of the indication* which night
a manner, j tackirr something to show that they hue fou bti
West Florida friend which ,
a. ifcnale to with what admiratic the from Mr. James T. Archer i our may be rnoJi-
say grace their sentirnen's, opinions and preferences i thus in and ; thank b? (j i'ted of ditrn in the rails* r-f the cpprtiticBcf
annnj-Jst tnnece iary wir. They
worthy* learned and industrious Senator bugKC To the Editor Pcnsacofa Democrat.TALI.ATIASSEI should hold Iaf In'i"ISaS the decision ; lied when we hall hear from other sections of the General' ,
tfthr t subject to j General TAYLOR, and in the sine sentence tell him Whijjrrv. They are net "qtiitt 5
: 'IS to the chairman ifihae committee" on the of the :'tz'e (_'nnrenthn, which (ilvcisio, announcrd i the Stat" We ask from our Democratic i he has been doing a wicked work-so that in truth J willir.s to trust hi* oven declaration" is prettidfd IT
: \ilc of the Conunoii.VL-aith that he has 1
: >
bv a Convention thus prepnralivelv brethren of the an expression of their letters lo Mr. U'm. J. Graves, tr tea Mr. Anj-bdj
.i; !lowed a want of :knowledge: tif the atiltirs of :, January 9, 1519. j press there i is nothing connected with! the war which they [

the State finances in view of the valuable aid i.tIE' A. BtrraiKV, *Ks<]., orar.ized. xvouli] receive general I sprnitan.'u'is | views. If we hold a Convention, and make do not condemn. A* to the part Administration I else which letter are net permitted fo seethe igbi 51a

"* able services the Honorable! Senator has ren- Editor I'cn racohz Democrat : acknoxvier!. enen! and teqjicscence. Jy! this : such nominations as the people desire, we j hi* taken in it, they ! in even Iliinkliazft j f/on nne reason known enly to those gt cileries.Curiosities. .

D-'ar Sir: You will see by reference to decision all shouM be xvilling to abide.I if. All has been wrong, from the: beginninrj C
1 dreJ this body and his con titaeals thia ss. | shall most certainly triumph. Florida is den,
Mon." Tie utidersigned submits it to the : Journals! of the Senate of the .1th January, I nny pursue this topic, sh nd! you concur j ff> the present tine. Evety step has Lctri taken jn Mr. CLAY, in his L-xinjtoa speech, iajs: a
: | in thcie views if I will ocratic, iitid we have onljto make ua
not, own long
; po
"i .S.-nate, whether the learned member really is that yojr letter to me, under date of Dec.10li ) way wilful error. In the House of Representatives they I have evor* regarded slavery at a great evil.t
the Democratic road to a leader of my own puI!!, a strong pull!!, and a pull altogetherhoo'x ,"- Lave resolution that the
-. ;_ not deserving a voe of thanks for the truly ibrxx-arded under same envelope with passed a war was brought on wrcn -fcr the present, I fear, aa irredeemable ITti
> Jiudablc labor presenting the aforesaid imft ; your accents against the State, has been ( choice. JACKSON. the secret-to convince our opponents through the fault and misconduct of the President wrens t its' unfcrtana'e TJctJias. I shcud! rejnict
; i P. S. I xvonld hive each Convention if not slave breathed the air
not tonominate a single or was within
? notity report with which he has favored theJ.1. | published in the proceeding of that day aa Oh This is the of it. What say you, fellow democrats ? -even thus s jlennly! resolving that cur country is the limits of the country."
Dclrgafe no. right
the result his part cIa !Keport of the Committee on Caitus.It in the wronr. 'itC
Jifnate ol ;
: at mighty genius. of the Democrat of each County, in their In 1539, this same orator uttered the f>l].wiEf r
. (Icniuj is a rara abis-and as this reasonable! 1 xvou'.d'! surprise you, of cours", at anytime, and exclusive assemblies own but Mr. Sau l h'cJb is fai'ored this session to fhul a communication, bearing on its face proper primary ; strange contradiction to their action in (he earlier slaves a
: : *
so highly perhaj.slit I each District Convention indicate i.'s In another column will be found the Protest of the negro property.
condescend the rvidences of a private Icttrr throughout. may stjge cf the war. They then voted men and money Discu-iion implies deliberation. Deliberates
favor C
; to
: dignified possessor may Senator from Columbia, Mr. SAXDSRSO.V, which
choice of ran'idafemor ( and norni explains
atrl! 'onqreii to enaMe the President to a war of inva is preliminary to action. The people of the North
: placed so conspicuously at length in the prosecute
; it with one or more specimen of his brilliancy.Do itself. U'e utlnh it the I
__ note an Elector of 1'rcsulent and Vice I'nsi- r< at request of that have no risht lo act upon the subject tf Southern
dear sir, 1/e indulgent!, and enlighten nj public journals, you would readily infer, dent the I'nilcd Stale J. er.tlem.n. This Protest was not spread upon the sion. Did they co this believiag vie were in the slaverr.and therefrre Ihej have no right deliberate s t
.. xvhateverinijjhtbc th. contents of such lotter of ? Ever since the invasion they have voted "
? wrong discuss.
j por: Lenizhtci souls \\ilh one niore display! of a Journal of the Senate, but was about being offered -no right to 3
{ that ho for xxbose it in. supplies and an increase of soldier?for the .
private army. Comment is
: was
sour inigbtynes eye KIY WEST, December 23, 1S47.j by id respected author, when the whole natter
S The unLK igfied is awaro that it is an act of j tended, bad acted with at leat some imjiro- j Messrs. Editors :Please give the folloxv- the KeporM of the Committee on the State of the Did they mean by this to aid the cause cf wrcrg- CLAT sam his Lexington speech:

:. presumption nrhis part to ap roach so august 1 priety-for to publish any private note, though ing a place in : CtDmoiiwealtb, both majority and minorit*-were, I doers Have they given men and money when the In my humble opinion, see are now bound, 10
u but still Le will venture the the routents were as innocent at an invila- your paper President asked for them, merely that he might heap honor and morality,to pay the debt cf Texas !**
;. personage, re- cf Mr. UI-RRITT
on motivn Senator from Duvul.jnn
Tilt: :M. i: rumen! AT KEY msr.
.. : Jest f.r the common good of tat; citizens of lion Iodine, xvotild be ceitainly a lii each of : "d from the Journal These document I greater condemnation upon himself and upon the Yet, the condition en which T xas vra to be annexed -

t .: his Slate, \\h jm the gentleman so sagacio; gomanners.. This Church has finally been erected thro'the country ? Surely they did not then think as they do stipulated that tiie United States tbculd. in e4
inserted last the first without bein
were in our aware -
.- Iy terms "jacL-as." The undersigned doubts i llenc-, it is due as xvell lo myself as to indefatigable exertions of the Rev. S. P. ? now, ni'e! they would not have thus helped to aggravate event, be uespcnibie for her debtsar.J hence Tx, C
: of the of until it
action the Senate \va* too late,
KICIIAIII and dedicated -Gth
not they will led under infinite obligation to you, that I should account fur Ibis singular j was on the enormous crime which our Government was was allowed to retain all her extensive and valuable
1 i inst. and deem it but this and the second by request. The Senator from Columbia iiit
: the Hon. Senator lor condesccn in inI'irming publication! of a document *n little calculated ; xve justice to gentleman commirtin;. public lands Where, then, is the binding ebliga-

them of the clacs! of animals j to enlighten! the Jjenate; : or I be public. lo say that the Florida Conference considering hiui-telf personally attacked in From the action of the whisrs in Congress thus far, lion on us to assume and pa? her deb, ? Ni we, itI.
projier could have in the minority report c-f Mr. CO'TIV, asked of us the
made selection their
a they belong.: They are not all naturalists i I I xxus of course busy at ll.e time of the receipt not a better it seems to be their determined policy to oppose the besides Mr. CLAY and LESLIE COMB*, caa di,cerer 0.
publication ifthe Protest which he had prepared.
themselves, they carefully appreciate his of the package. It had laid a day or j appointment. acquisition of any Urritory. hether. in the desire any.
jet To be difficulties hive and which he had a con-titulional right to have
tr ni"rit. j two on roy table, before the accounts xvere sure arose on every j to accomplish their purpose, they will refuse further Again-speakirgcf the Mexican war, the Sags c<
the 1 hand, but: through the untiring eiPirts of this Lad spres I u;>on th; JournaN. \Vc publish it, then,
The minority report professes great knoxvld presented to Governor. The Governor aid to our army, is yet to be seen. Many c> them of Ashland'! sa'<: ll
gentleman! all lucre been surmounted. This a a matter of courtesy to that fjentUrcaa, and have
of the financ al 1 condition of the State, j required the charges lo bs trade so at to on most certainly will, and if they mean to be cunsis- If the er.eny should refuse to ronclvde a treaty F
nnd in evidence thereof has submitted the various jfonn to other accounts already paid. You Church is now in a prosperous condition, numbering simply nadc the ab'.ve statement to account for the j tent, all will. In what a position would a result cf I containing sticulatior.s securing the objects designated Ii
j xvill understand that accounts the near a hundred and fitly members, xvith appearance, in the columns of this paper, of so undignified by Ccrtgress. it would ber.,m? the duty of the
estimates r.f the Comptroller and others, against con.j this kind place our country ? We do not believe the Q
lingent fund be allowed a flourishing Sabbath school ef near the same an I, a* we conceive, uicallsd-for attack whole sovernmert to prosecute the war,with all the
ctin the
which chow that it it easier to make tabular j only by Go- people would sanction any such self-abasing policy. I national energy, mtil these t-bjccts were attained by Vt'I
, J3: Matements I than to find the money in the Treasury. I vernor, xvho has the control of that fund.jThe .- quota. \Vo deeply regret to part xvith one upon a Democratic member of the Senate. Their pride and sense of honor as well zi their belief treaty of peace."
xvho ha done much for the Island of
so Key
The learned minority report closes its Comptroller has nothing fo do xvith the Itccrultin Service. in the justice of our cause, would forbid it. N"wthen, it will be remembered that Mr. CLAT
wisdom with the following cxtiact frcm theComptroller's 1 auditing of tuch accounts-his duty is to issi.e West but xi hercver he may dwell, may God'sblessings ; positively naserts the near to be unjust on our part
4f; While the thus abusing the Administration
whigs are
ibis the abide xvith him. Lieat. W. G. MOSCLEY, of the Third Drazcons,
;4 : Report Dc-c. CO, 1517, i lo wit : xvairant on Treasury, \\hen the evi. I that the Whig* who voted in Congress that war 1.I'
and exhausting their efforts to crush and destroy
(I donee of the VOX POPULI.A who has bit recently! returned from the seat of war,
.L '* In answer to the resolution of the House | approval by Governor is filed. it, the democratic in Congress stands firm existed by the act tf Mexica," voted for a palpable I'a I'a
has established rendezvous in this party
In a recruiting city,
.:. .: the 17th instant the order, iheref>re, to make all your accounts falsehood, ar.d that cruel and
adopted *n requesting | we arc aggressors, soI
and resolute is With few j
( Boston Courier iti support. exceptions,
conform in amount lo other like"claims 'orespoizdencc.-The for the Dragoon service. Lieut. M. i js the son ot
Comptroller and Treasurer to murniab data tot previou I forth. What rijht have we. then, it all thee rI -
;! >l paid, it became nece. to refer lo the contains the following correspondence, which our patriotic GoTcrn"r, and is universally esteemed | all the members of the party are for sustaining the itF
; (; jo she President.
for itself. The hat let recommended by They
policy can
Comptroller's ofice: to ascertain these speaks same paper a and respected. .\s an otFrer: he is kind and attentive
the fiscal year endinjj yist October, 1:247,1 a- | But, on the contrary,oughtve not to bow downand
ter from a correspondent which contains this see no honorable of ending the war speedily txl -
mounts in the hurry of business I look the r.nd a* a soldier brave and Willful. The ser way ItI
have to pre cut the following! : i envelope containing the accounts and also remark : I run still of the opinion that Mr. vice in which lie invites enlistment is agreeable andt'leaant l cept by continued blows. If these do not bring Mes- p meekly submit to the conditions lucy a>ked cf Mf-
: t Treasury certificate outstanding 1st Novem- as Tatr, YiZt a surrender of the territory between the ,
Palfrey have voted for Mr. ico to her nothing can. They will net be 5
might Winthropj senses
her H47 it now seems the 1 ttcr in question, and left j except when duty reuiiethe] soldier to !
S'.ft.v14 Nuecei and Rio Grand>, and cf lcsesto
: I the package xvilh the Comptroller, with a j without doing any injury to the cause of peace meet the foe in conflict dir,** and then must lie satislied without indemnity, because they believe payment aC
Am'l since into the
paid Treasury, --,913! 91 j her citizen, Jtc. ? To flk about tipaaicas! !
and political anti-slavcrr which ho has the forced on us by the act of any
I view to the adjustment of jour accounts by so carry himself ai thonzh the fate of the battle hangs war was our enemy.
: I comparison xvith other accounts, before they much at heart, or forfeiting hit claim to the on his own right valer/tas/ arm. These are the sort We shall watch the struggle between these opposite -f to Mexico, whom Mr. CLAY, and the Whig party S

2 iJ2,1ijll .should be character ofan upright man and a consistent views with great interest. No definite action as | generally, say we have wantonly and unjustly assailed V
ThE linianco due the presented to the Governor for ap- men for 1)rjeo.s: and to such the recruiting officer
: ILI assessment
ii the ranke-t and moat palpable injustice.
I.43 iic-; IK defined tufljcient lo meet all out- j proval. The Comptroller was expressly in- politician. is ever ready to extend a lund welcome. Are to our future policy has yet been had.

Lkttr st.itling; liabilities up to the date of my last j nirucled not to pay these claims. One object Larson Jack to Xlcipjtcr Jtol. there nonesuch in Florida, nbo feel willing to enrol The South Carolina Compliment to Massachi* f,

w4L report, Xor. 1, Irl7.N. I was to prevent their allowance ntt of the gc- Dear Hob.-It xxmild giro me pleasure to their name, and participate in the glories to be Mr. Calhouu'i Speeds. setts. a
,. P. BKMIS, Comptroller." I ncral find, as they were considered properly poke you tip the topmast ; but may I respect sscn by our gallant soldiers in Mexico ? There ii The proceedings of the U. S. Senate are begining The Charleston .Mercury calls upon Mr. HOLVZSto C

Let ns examine for a moment this statement j allowable, [the amounts being reduced,] out filly inquire, xvhelher, if you get <-n h the truck, now an opportunity atfordcd for distinction the like to assume the highest degree of interest. The explain his course in the election of Speaker ef 1

; in connection with the report of the Senate I j of the conlingenl fund. The Comptroller admits it is your intention of which nay not agaiui be bad during the whole great men there met have been discussing the tco- the House of Representatives course which I**

Committee on Taxation and Revenue made that he was expressly instructed not to So to constitute fishing punts as to stop lobstercatching. war. This j* the Hut time, we believe, that efforts mentous questions connected with the Mexican war been characterised by the N. Y. Tribune,and reit' S

liy tho Hon. ( eo. U. Fairbanks. pay the accounts, but insists that he was inslruc'.ed have bee. made to recruit the Dragoons in this Mr. CASS, from the Committee on Military Affair, rated by the Florida Sentinel, as a tompiimrt 5C

That report states that the amojnt of expend-! to file the papers in his office. .Mr. So to constitute clam-digging at not to State sit.cithe bepnnin; U the war, and we should has reported a bill for raUirg ten new regiments, in J from South Carolina lo Massachusetts The J r*-

lure* during the Ust fical year it So'-OfJO( As cry,of Escambia.having CASL.ILLY FALL5N crack the shell. like very much to hear that the gallant officer now cider to carry on the war in acc i
That the net proceeds Irom revenue is 42,00'J ( in with- the letter, asked and obtained a copy. So to constitute e *l-pots ns to let ins black- on this service was receiving such .cour3gement views of the President. Those in favor oi the war Charleston District, has lift, ere this. given hi* a

S j Tho Committee; on Claims of tho Senate xvcro fish.I. as to induce tu prolong IMS stay in our oidst to policy which has been pursued, are for pasinj the constituents the reasons which governed him in I"* 5'g

ivinjradeficiency: unprovided f>rof$10,000 i.\CCIUCMALLY directed lo report en a sub. am, deir I5'>b, the utmost limit allowed liv his orders. bill; at once, leaving the general diacusie'n \ihch is .' unaccountable ccurx It tells Mr HOLKSS tb*'

To meet this the sage author of the minority jject which ACCIUI\TALLY directed their at. Your shipmate, with a marlinspike, expected for future occasions. They, however.i his ccn>tittvncy require such caplanatico. and i& ItC

report quotes the above extract from theComptroller' i tention lo these papers. The Committee xverej PARSON BOB. Mr. C'ass on the AVIlmot Proviso. yielded to Mr. CALHOUX an opportunity to address j mates plainly that unless such an one shall be Itit

Report and congratulates him- j furnished xvith ihe identical copy procured by AVe are rejoiced to see increasing cvidcnca that the Senate on his resolutions. His views have been j i fercd by the Hon. member, as shall be entirely S 1*

ii set mat he has thoroughly both annihilated j .Mr. Avery, and took the opportunity to publi S-ipper JaektoPar.rnin Bob. the sentiment of Northern democrats is getting right looked for with great solicitude, and his speech was isfac'.ory: Le will find (hoar who have hitherto bt* itIt

the undersigned and paid ofT the State debt. li the letter at length as part of their Ilepctt. Dear Jack,-I have got your scratch, and on the subject of the Wilmot Proviso. Mr. CAM delivered under ciicuc.siances which give it very his constant and unwavering supporters firm w ItS

How l l.y the am iuit of ihc taxes due for the Such arc the facts, as far as my know. j thank you for the offer of Ihat dig of your who baa been suspected rf favor to this wicked high importance. The main purpose of his argument their deteimiaation to j>!arc a representative i* ItC

ears 1S1C-7. Icilgo and information estends.I boat hook ; lint I nrist candidly say, that if I measure has recent 1} pulilislnsl a letter which is, to show that the continuance ol the pre Congress who will not ibuss their conSdmee. Th

Taxes due from 1847 How The I xvas not so particular, as it seems I should get upon the truck I must go up to the mast shows (the proper spirit, and which all Southern sent policy will inevitably lead to the extirgui j language of the Mercury is JjgnifleJ. t tenpeTt0 C

learned Senator fiom St. Johns says that the have been, in handing the papers to the without any slush. men ougr.t to hut as an earnest of a better state of merit ol the nationality of Mexico. He acquits the and significant, and will have the effect, wrtbc I

fijwnses of that year have exceeded the nelticceipt Comptroller. The fact is I did not think of I have not fished for the poke of the any opinion among our brethren of the North. He takes President of any design to accomplish this object, doubtof drawing from Mr. H. aa explanation i

: olax.'a 81 0,000. Where is the bal- the letter at tho lime, and even if I had, I man's boat-hook. I was only slapped over the ground, which is the true one, that the power but thinks it cannot be avoided. it we persist in a defence of his course. S

lance lo corns from that year' revenue ?! Oh should have considered any piivatc paper of the shoulders by the boatswain's mate, and to regulate the inteinal and domestic institutions of vigorous invasive war. There is great force and We agree with the Meretny that the conduct tt

pay the gentleman and the Comptroller, from my own secure in such hands, even if the told to bear a hand. Territories and States belongs to the people thereof, power in his reasoning, but we ItO! not see that the Mr. HOLMES incomprehensible.! "He w 'l ct*

a the tate* due from 181G. Please Turn to the terror of a breach politenets, felt by every I have been seven years chaxving alt junk and not to the Congress of the United States, and, course he suggests weuld mend the matter much. ed as a Democrat," sass the Mncury," to repreSent

,i Comptroller'* annual Keport under date of man of sensibility! had not been of itself a before the mast, and my name is carved on therefore, that the people who may inhabit any territories The objections to a line policy urged by the President a Democratic constituency. Mr. WISTHBOP 5* a

.Nov. J, 1617, and you will find the following suflicient protection against intruders. Iit!> the cat-head with a jack-knife. If I dont acquired by our Government, have the right and Secretary of War are not answered. What Whig, ani represents a Whig ccnstitnency. "

1 statement, to wit : you can imagine my astonishment, when I know the ropes, keel haul mo far a Dutch to determine whether or not slavery shall exist then dust be dune ? If stern and disastrous war have respect for the ability, zeal, and consistency

Amount till due from 1840, $3,480 30 was reproved by a friend f tr publishing a man. If you have any eels to catch, bring there. This is all the South asks. No one desires will not force Mexico to sue for peace, how can it with which he has discharged his duty as a E prf-

Yet, then these sage financiers have the private note of a Democratic editor, confessing 'em on. that Congress shall force slavery into the new territories be expected (that she will do so, if we mtire irom sentative. But he is the exponent of those prie"'

rnormouft auto of $3,490 30 with which to a ne d of money, and admitting that a 1 remain, dear Jack, yours, any more than we desire that Congress shall the rich portions of her territory, and thus allow her pies against which the people of South Carotfj*

pay the deficit 010,000 for the last tibcalear. Democratic paper was not properly sustained. As true as oakum, exclude and forbid it. Leave the question open, to claim that she is victor ? Is it likely this course have been for alter earnestly and devcK&Jcontending.
year year ,
Until tho I
teproof was given, was ignorant
) and let those whose duty and interest it ii to decide would bring us any nearer peace ? On what ground, therefore, ee n '
of the fact that the Committee oa Calms had
Does any body suppose this will he paid ? such matters, determine it deem with difficulties all rartie>
upon as they may The subject is embarrassed on our view were confined to (the two great
laid claim the letter. said learned wio
I to Mr. Timothy, a lady,
If M, even then it will stand debt $10,000 00 fit. Congress has no power or right to pre-dcter- sides but then has brought us into could M15'
I I have not troubled myself to ascertain (be had been shoxving off her wit at the expense as our enemy the Union, Mr. HOLMES support
Tsxesdu for 1846, 3,430! 30 what shall ba their It should and conduct "a*
mine policy. wicked !
not act these difficulties by his unjust THROP,entirely cur comprehension.
motives of ihe Committee in making a publication of a dangler, you remind me of a barome.ter passes : *
upon the question one way or another. This we he must bear the burden which relief obtained in sure that on the great question which d" ,
; Amount of i: SlaJe debt, 8tf,5l9 70 so palpably unnecessary. It will rather (bat i is filled with nothing in the upper understand be the him. Mexico the Whig party, and mark the division bet *'" '?'
; This is;the result of the addition and sub. be their duty upon the appearance ofthe facts story. Divine Almira, meekly replied Southernpetition.WhiU our own way will impose upon must and the Democratic party, Mr. WiirmmoR rfB> "-
we rejoice to find Mr. CASS taking the true be made to suffer, not tEe United State Having "
; traction rhcb! the learned minority report to explain for themselves. I will date, how. heradorrr, "in thanking you fur ibis flatter unchanged. And remaining unchanged
| constitutions view of this question, we regret that involved us in trouble, she it the one to receive the ground could h. ask or on what ground eon
let remind
t (jetircs should be irude. ever, that Mr. Smith of Jefferson, and MCostin. -. log compliment, ma you that you
>*. of Monroe.i Ubough A OB tho Commit. occupy tny upper. ilorj nliieljr. tome tcxithtro papers ara diipoud to deny that he punishment,let the consiliences be whit they Ins,? Democrat jive him his vote r

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, -. .Crtnd Loifce. of Florida.ffcf may his_afflicted_ parents, who mourn the' loss of a Bible-reading of public_charqclcrt. -Lori'- ( I -*"". ) Yri itmA s4LESJ I

: i. body of Ancient York Masons ccrrmenc.ed it I devoted and ctadient son, shsrr largely in the coo Kenyon, who understood law better than the rJil wing*,1s IQ'1'e1 of f

: Ml Communication fn tins city on ond3s la.tjj I. !olations of Ucavccs rich pracc'! gospel I, closed one of his charges to the jur,' ;. J.1 ftTf'rrn.1" "
,. ,.do.ed OB Friday e\'eniD The Grand ox. Cnt ci His that 1 justice has net been done the de as follows : Finally, gentlemen. I would call position. I \ Ju.e,.b ,
elected for the ensuing.twelve month are ceati, this' tribute is cfered by jour attention to the example of the Roman '* Were Gen. : Ptrter,ama' -

c1 ir. JOSCFM B. LxNCX Tta, Grand Master A FRIEND. emperor, Julian, who was called Julian the pies, and like '' : under I '
tnke one or the I {
J Grand Muter. Apufte. '\, \\IU I
: ; .W.S.S. Sister,Drptity
:1 0:7 M I r. Jrrrcu'oN D\vi, the distinguish vides political p3Ti the I Vfc' '
But need
leave f'r
\f. G. F. BAMTIU-. Senior Grand Warden, wo not our own country I

: 'v. TJ. Hn. Juoiof Warden.W.THOMAS ed dilator fron Missis .ipj'i, niated in the similar examples among Iri htors. We find ble candidate to : ?highnesS. , I j]j i ">-If.J. t.. ,!. red for !V. at Auc'ion. isis tfcr' "litilv f
:t GnD from think in the :: vl March, 1M, tt thr tVunty rttr.J! t
Mr. of Illinois "
Bowi.$Prand Secretary. course of debate in the Senate on the :HOrhin Hoge, a Congress >" e\f ;: R ,rifon
I' that IVt: 1 "'c.ri/d.o\! c era! IrtrtsVf I...
. Crawl Treasurer that if Lad in the course of debate, quoting i the fo]. enment any atc 16 in Township '.t. Range IS and i i
e. W. R. A. S"I"r. ;t., Congress K-yMated i |irontph: didafe for the first inTon!tnu :1. ,;
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lowing lines as coming from the Hiltle! : Rang ,I. .
Rt Rev. Mr. WO1.Grud rbarlain.The" I Io in and the battles! be.tneen (1 ,
: furnishing supplies men, iry, who having On the Mtn day f.f fhe t'borf
r the Grand L IITill While yet the lamp holds out to burn, ; rs- March at llciw! jWI'LiN.n i.
"' eomnmnicaliotirT Cerro Gordo and the} Mexiran Capita!, i The vilest sinner return. tells the world he ( tsistsupalry, tracls in f
. r bebeld at tbe Masonic Hall in tli city cn lie :d I may 1 *lcwn.h!"> 13, Range 2", ,
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-r "'lIdain January 149. and the battle of Buena Viita, would! have And Col. Benton, in the Senate poke of vestigated political .. J 13. 21. f., ,t

been prevented. our Saviour having cast terra denls out of a opinions and 14, 21 r. ,'
. That Meed.We belongs to. lithe .! by R -
: ---- ---- certain man, and of the devils taking possession Vi

:: find the following in the Delta crtdited lotheChrcn FoJdtcr's First Fiy'if.-.\ \otin: so'dier of of the swine who ran violently into the take such a man I l $>:\2 Jan'-:, .At Madison Court house, .n 'j l.trerdav' tIme ?3,t ;

: '.tvpe. We wonder how our friend rf the the 7th Infantry, describing I his first fight at sea and perished &c. Two members of the of being agait ./ : for March : S .1 :

't Delta could let so fine a horse pas wituuit a tail the National: IlriJge in Mexico, *a\s : 4A1\ State Legislature. at the close of the session, sheerest : topj'ed. Sertion. li'wtodii., ; IJr4e.: : :\ .

.e therefore append one of our ow n. ; feelings at the! first fire I am unable to dis.cribe. addressed a circular! to their constituents : that no man : : oU. TlneSEof. aa, IV. 7 ri j ,

?"The Steed called lightang (says the Fates.) I did not feel inclined! to run, yet was 44 We hope the course we have: pursued and standing on the N S\\W i 4 if nl -C4.."'),, J.J. 7.': ;,! ,

. II ownedby. the United Satfa nfraul 1o fire for fear I shwll! lill 8Jm bd.- the vote we hate given, will meet jour appro platform[ can N i: i of 2 ;, J. 7. .. 3 i.

_ 1'.n Franklin's hand that caught tl 1 e hare, hut afier two or tlin-e! rotink! it was all over, bation. We hope inu will 8iy; to us an Na. Iilf resting fo decree 'a I l:4.t: i. iw e. } .
harnessed by Profe ior MI'fChro'I'l't' .. -.
.r 7> utll fired away w'ah the trst cJ t tLcin. .than said to Davidell done thou good and Messenger I states com- i rf I J. !". 'I ;"
r We think | at auc At Jrrltr!>n Court licu:, i>n Mou3a*{ flit :7111 ... 4
--- --- idilhful: servant. tera'ed wine
good thought on tV part of tlte Fates: : were I in Mon- March : 'J
T>M a very
JU'ffa, U-jtfesialc.-\\'c find the clelails! Mr. Speaker, said a member ofa legislative pot at Pans, and Iht : Ixing s. T. n. J i
audi horrr fjr the c.r the} States
u a
_ provide ( lb-di-alh (f Jr.) \\"AX>W RIGHT, of NewY body, earnestly 'pT.smg a measure Seine. Immedlt1lel interest The E of N W 4 rf n. 13, j C 'I': f

_ }1If.tet'd ,"lum and cannon lulls beaten all' IwI1\, y" from the bite ofa rattleMiake. \\> take before l the II IUS"'. h J would no ionic vote for surface was ,' ( ( \'-.. !. '. E: } air SW 4 .r 13, l. :. > ; .\
i 1ft are now growing f after than luhtningcan follow i I J bun, a. w ; ,,f N E4: "r n, 1. s.M .
from the Vn- hat than I would! fill down and worohi ) the
th' follow; 'orrl''powlcnce : hundred yards : thrie- wiorsEJot, I'. i. v. .; S .
'. The ruin crming at last-t>tandfictn twd.r- ton : golden calf! that Abraham made. "Mr.Speaker {fishes poisoned by "J'f :tr. 1, 5. ',. ''

. Ths Florida Whtj; of the -1th mutant, actually con- Tne circumstances! alieiidlng! the dalb of r said another member *' It was The editor of aid de .. N 1J of I,. tft 5. ;, c

was a failure of certain Inn Works in 'hr)1aIlI.I lr. \Vainw is'it, the othr evening, I liy, the Abraham that made the golden calf it was massing by a wine ; l.It.d: and in E i of N W I of 0, v', 5.TERMS ;. 3,,1

and from that significant cirrum fan-e. hints plainly bh. ofa rattlesnake were fit{ the most aillelin Nebuchadnezzar. One of our city editors, Uoston lately, he : .:. :One-fourth cash, the balance in lip: ., t

. character lie "'.ifc bitten the inside himself a clergyman, too, refers to Daniel as which he should equal annual inslalnunts with interest in adtnrr. ; 4
ugh that the awful ruin predicted by' lie! \Vln? ;: on Or, if any purch-uer should! prefer lo all ca-1 .i
> inevitable' oflhe nn -fin T oflhe nplit hand, and so laving persecuted: the Saints before; a Chris. had be | fi, E: five [ay 4.j
.the result of a modification ol' the tanfl ; chips, not p-r cent w ill be deducted from the cred.l iii.talmenr' :

i.lsn. i i. ;m f'ndin., and that we hate the sure I rapid was the progress uflhe poit>onthat, not. airi. grapes !in k T t:t;, 'tf :

- y curiar of it in the failure of the works above al- withstanding, th. most :aetne' remedies the The last case I shall give is taken from -__!- -- more Li""lof. the particular tracts can be had by appl.- ,
medical skill rl de\jse.! lie tVaddy 'fbornp on's Recollections of f Mexico ing to any ot the Prt.1 Matters tn Uenton trM was
fcjrdto.! Sj'&Tl' Ui. Mr.Vhi;. Dtn't disturb the I highest rOll a M A Union (' .unlv. or the will be lurnuhcd.if r

. .Jrret dreams of the people llut the country has en1ocd corpse in MX hours lie was sensible lo the in which speaking of ihe hospital of St. Lairua /. J'll I the 1 lth i int. at t shares I".Iter pol,/>atJ, addressed to THK STATE al'l.liul Re l Sir<.,i tf.- 1.11.. .

unnami'tf'J pr< .
,' IkLonicdsi' and i'Npenieii.e a" a jih\sician, iralied, in sores amid rags the! bro'hrr of JOhiNJ.AlUt.Jts'i.fef
S :nut "de tructi e uiejsure, t by tlueatenirc them (if the Florid ; t
I! it rou'J: do Ii else fiir him, made \fary\ and 31'irthi! I low utht's. Public Lands ot the Male vj FlunJa. .'
though I1i
IlIIe with run. P" ::'t-pray d >nt-or, don't. I many NETTE M\I EUS, all J T.U..ha-t'l" Nov. 1:1.:{ l"-47. 17
hint hilly: av\an uf} tin1 d,<.i.) "I.ieh'ery moment men read their IJiblesT Tine will 5, 1 1
>- Sentinel,Journal : > following t'P'r please! publish! II!:.
The Army In Mexico. (nought n *nr T and more near with .Yat/uur. ( .c. 77.) On i:,f. era Christian .\ chose three tTionlhs, arid i-end! (heir arroni'ts tw II a t to

Gen. CA--S staled ia a ppccch in the :-11:1:( swilt and iloadly: ct'ltaillh'ollt ljfitrn I'-a-'e copjCotton ', Sole r '-:n"rrr."IZ : The Florida Il.ral.l, St. AU>CII.- I 11' 1
A Pir lfr.-\ letter from Cup:. lordon; of arrive tine; Nests, at Jacksonville! ; Arinw, Oc..I.'I.. I'
l. :foie his tltMli hf ..i'lIlhC' ,
iiiiiiuto <' ; !, as fWIISJ.j -- ---
the 3d instant. the Li!:! f the increaseo' .
on on 'r schooner Juliet Portland has tho followm d.' njh Republican aid: Georgian CJ.'I
I I..a
: Merruiy ) t-
the army, that the 'total num; !'trrof tr<'op* in j j lion lj! rxtri'ine pain cri'.'piii! from his hand, :, which coms neater to the: description of Com, apply I arid Courier : the Standard and the R('gi:.:'tr< Rdleu-l. ; .' ;: j
I and arm towards the \'jtall'ua"n*alion lie sold : *!'ee. the Colurnb'j Times, .
,f Mrxico; or on their way there, wa 43 5GD i; which he uiderst'xid but too veil! us the sleadi a veritable! pirate, lhii: the, us'ial no:ires of \ 1 TILL/ the late rt on J "I j Z"' '

of whom under (JcnJXott. I I "suspicious Tfs els"! whi(:h have been ceased about' St; { The paper which base l"et'lt .. 4
men-:34,035: were match ofileath J upon the citadel oflif>..-. "l'cnI I nil) or "u rwne"tctl l i :

There were C,70fl under Gen. Ta.Ior ;i h" exclaimed lo .1 i Lovii! ,'supportinghim at sea : torn, Fodder .C. I pllhlilfb! the rJu.idtan.1 Sal.' ," will (pja hornhle Schooner Juliet: Nathaniel ( ordon. Jr. ar 1'3..t t %ear, |\!antation in MantmsonandJefferon'e.nntesaaboe; a
or Wool. Strong as this f rce wa, it was ne. i icr : 'J'iu is IlIIrriJ.-mo..t! i -tnffd ri"t'dat (;lIa\"atlia. Xo,'. 17h(! f t.otn: Portland.On thimi- belonging to Ihe l Madi- And the daily japei' in Charleston and Savannah, p! ,
I ; death! F' his M'tal viz- the Mercury r and Courier and
May to mv \ in the Reyiibljg ; : i
to augment it, and when it was au.z. : the ; out fell. in with and t
sarjT !i piratical Georgian, will
That arm is dead alreadyand.! placing the passage AdtninHtratrii ol' ; men please public! once a tctek onjr'. .
meoted, it would not reach the n ;rr ate of: otlle'- ti.Il11rt' !ha-id o\or his In-art, thc des. schooner of about eighty tons, Laving two Jarmarv J3, IMs.! ; ror( !three montli '' .! f.a

the force already authorised \lJJJaw. |! tr..\er will oou !be J,MO' !" Tit"!, mddncli! guns and twenty l11I'n.hf' ordered me to FH I, 2. t"L 14 '. f ] .

t : send inv boat on board ; I thinking ther was xv 'OR ; Family Groceries. '
inv!'fjuac: > oi mill's: In.usetJ: tri"nceasii"\. Tj J! oJ
1 DISTINLislL; ,! :U "I ITOn. chance to laid I JjL Y"\ r eight ,
: | no escape, we our topsail to I TT7E hate received lateamraN .
Irotn New
d"nlf't II:1t'd.rc'lIl1d York
t *
rr MOI : I \ t ,
Major L. (;I1JDI';S, a gjllanl! .:ffi"'r oftlic ths dung pn.Jci! invcre c il! 'cted th** first the mist, :getting the bu it re'ad., waiting for _in'_siipleordouiile_ _T_ rood !riding, !r v and New Orleans, a choice selection of Gr.. !.t !f" t
cerit', suiiaMe! f. ?
him to down he hauled hi i > Family and 1'lanntion
Liumn tnp\\\ medical .f the 'i: '. ln come ; ti,' topsail,\ I 1', I I' IS (rim nse : -
Ohioolunteers, we jir rcj i.Intion men ( \ "\ \\ens' mliiuites when filled *| Cheese, Cudfith, Maok-rel, Rj-sm: Prune*, s.,. .. it t
having; a good flpj'O1I1Uity.1': ---- fir lie
i to most oJ f cur readers rr n'tl in tin :i and nt-ar 'lri Mi Is. Thehad linrried -- I. !. Lui FI.Mir. Sid-s .nit Sn. ,.ld-r., Hacon French : = ;_:', '
him the tir, wurd away, sho: aero's his buv., st.d gut clear of Mu-fard. I trench M'ilirocms! r"I\'rt. and Cut- \
to at t ofl.isdinner anJ! '
; J; 1
cit about a.'c.J.! unco, anJ i i. opjdti at : uji him: hit chased twelve hum LL i : 1II11 Jtiies i .
) ; Ie) the last they 'uuM! him ? me :, firing .\ per-nn' having rent Preser\ Ginger, LfjbiUr andSalrriMi. ; .
moment give
only lor
'. the City Hotel. I\\iilbe remembered hut ;r.ipe shot at Us which did to ntruiao.' .l1_ Henry P. Heath, \ j Pajxr Shelled Almonds, Current superior Teas, .
unaaihngishrs and tem:' ) clH,rts to t ol I i
r t.
I rary ct"f'd, are requested 10 ; Sardines. For sale low bvriRnicrr :
'r Major Giui>iN(;' coiiKiiauJfJ the (flrt train smw*:h his rapid; pi*!'c.a from thisatm and 'urn Crop uf lieccrze ]":'!'.-The tielnd, within the : I'IT, j, : do LINOFLN'BEKGF.I! : :, .:Z, ; '. e .

which pas ed d )wn from Moaterey to Ca. iircalhtnj! lifr into th(' ii.icli; c., *rr'j mys'I'! I crop of Corn this year was larj, much \ i:1: 10. b.inin. ; tl..e I i i : i r.rgra j I I _November 27_ is.t7. ___ iyJeflerson __ __ ___ .' r of t,

mar;o, after the Inttle flf n.fl.:1ta.. It'': coif! and dark, 11C' 'vJrInllt! i ignorance i ic I exee Jing any former; jear. (pru'ubU'! be. c.llnl'slJ'! ie.ueect! to ;; ,and ,: Circuit Court.IN ;

all our kn'lwlc.df' !.o\ impoN-nt u'ir art'! I )ond a precedent; bu! owing to the ex.tiiune Sheri ST I ciiANcrny.Wi'uiain : t1 f.
known that (;Jen. Trrea lioveriti I '
was was : Tl.-f Iiii..n! vih! !.iu but his !1I"I1.! wet weather for the P"q Iwo ni'inihs; ( ;' .
: :
nr. : Januarj 15, I ISlt. -
;;,1 i P-ailev Adn.'r, de limit
about the road !Iiet\vei-ii ihos-} ; two points tv the feunpie! J learning ot f \alurterr worsh: but !little of it ia mercl.Ttit.ible.! ,1/irh: ..Cit -- >. S. I Complainant'ton of' Juhn L..IlAioyjdeceajed :.. .. i i
the ; .
cut ofTthe flying remnants of Ta>lor's Army. that room the r.hoiO r.jV! r" tii uoclois Hr.I I is mmiJ.W, and that which has raped the ( [ ( I M.Tilrnan ;10 i

after it should hare been routed at Buena I Wainwright \\'as iibout :h y'-uis o: :i;r-.11 mould is not fit for m1I; keto Dealeis) in CornMeal n ilC uidersined- : the D. Purrfuy, ltfrndantt : a, f
I I t
find it almost to .i *. JL who design taking appearing io !the faf'stjclion iii time Cwbrt.b* -
the flower of his ItJe: -\\a the son oft London impossible g a sum IT .(
Vista by Gen. Santa Anna. The cppoint. noon at 4 o'clock, and '. manic in tins Cause, that Tilmin! D. 1'uriloy. -.
banker, and I l"i.r s-itnc time a medical ci'Micy of sound corn to "upply the city trade. at Karllttt's Saloonfor! I t the UK! defendant rr"idf out ot the blare fi .
ment of Major G. to this command: at fcucli a I| Corn Meal% is :: six R
now selling at shilling* Florida and
olTiccr ia the I nritis! army. psrbjshel cholars into classes. I in the State rl Georgia on notion "' : I :

time, ,\"ast. high compliment, liutvasfullv. -- --- which is an aJ"l lice of about eighteen dance i: reiuested. !) '. the solicitor fur complainant : It it CtrJrrni n 'I I.-:. t .s'

justified in the sequel.-The train met near 1 The (;allanl Captain 1Li'. ..."rl' had !thei I pence per bushel. In the past four days 'the bill said of Tilruan D. J't1.&t r'o'y;' do this appear andanynothe ; .- j '
Januiry 15, ISIS. complaint in cause witiiirr (
hoc : 7.
I much of the .
that has moulded i
Ccralvo Gen. Urrea with a farce of mote i pleasure this morning of cor.ierfir.g with I corn not is in- months: front the date of the publication ot this. order :' S J

Capt. Taylor, (the 3.1 .rti1ery110! was in ;, jurcJ In the chit having turned bark! which For or the said (bill of complaint will Le taKrn I.Tconfessed ."
than ( time the of (; :
our strength Major j .1! P
t I thebatu" of! Hiiamanlla and the bide of mins it for meal. The whole of the crop is : J'meiJrJ Thai a copy ,.t iLu .Id'r l lo. tor.uh1ilht'd
by T.T0E ." -
exnmand a sharp action ens-.od and resulted! i I said be ekt 23'r in tome ue-Sscajer printed in the Midd:
; to seriously if not =
i the giiiant;! \ValUer when I.e.w:. kiliod.Tlicru : permanently injured. !::'j; J-JL hated in Circuit I i s ? }
I ul iorjda, oucc week loT the cf iuurincnthi.
1 ,
a the total route of Crrea'i* Lancer For i hate been 1111113teports as to the .-Rochester Daily Advertiser.7V.771 -rit\. SuitaMr : (Sipped,) pace 4 S' i
I _
this gallant act a splendid word was voted j means by \\hich the bia\c ranker met hi, I i her particular!, term | / THOMAS DOIGLAS. Ju< -e. ,. S '
the Union.I -1
\Ynhimton January 15, Ed.
December 1 Je. 1 l47. .
death, but the evidence of (,'aitain Ta\lor! M 2;? tin
; Major Giddings, by his regiment. } I Curesr the raXlcsnalc lite.-We }haves i 1f .
w ho was an ('\'e w itnes v. e f-ih! rely! "n an J ihii------ ,
Florida Stniicl.: cn. ill ;different. newspapers several commu. Quincy Male &, ', r.: t

-- deem it conclusive. !I.m says that \Vali er nications testify ing lo the efFicacy of Dr. Lee's I "nilEexerciws of hug /: BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. i..>>t! frn fh* t if- 'P. '

For Iht Flortdiai.A was standing in front cfthe church gitinghis cure for the bite of a rattlesnake, by the free I I on lonlay.Jauu'.ry 1 Court \VaVtilla Count, 10 fur of \\,\ : -
oiders when he iecei ed balls ham Bailey plaintiff", against Henry 11. Uafk f. t"lj
two one in his t.f tuition, &.e. &.r. 111'1' : j
Tribute or Respect to a Departed I'rlnid. use of alcohoic! spirits, which! wall published William H. Walker and others, f\"ra'"f'!
bide and one in the ce.Orleans. .1 I which mar be had by anti l !Ir. '. f'
Having just returned froiu a tour thrt.u&u parts G T I ill this jnpT some Gays ngo. Prom one ofthem ronsenr ot partl",1 will !elln th, fir!=t Monda 'rr .. ,
.VcjT Z.V
Georgia and Honda, I improve the Cn.t tii'portuuitj i ntiy Jfacury. I which a pcarcd ill the Salem Iteg .ter, I Jannarf 15, 15-13. January neit. ,wiilnti ') k'.urs at Sewp rt, n ;j-i: 1, j \
County of Wakulla, the (.ll.wil1- named ,..
;m ,
make fl .
the extract I- -
t"present thii brief obituary. Lieutenant lANItL.M. I we following : Ij slates, to wit : 1. ,
_1 Jlit'rimcnicl Aurrrlis'fr. vjory witiilJ I ** A short Southern j 'T'HF.: OTice in the !2 C \ f
residerie has enabled!
!, STEWART ill DO more. Tie jrazcltcn iuf>irn us : JL Maria about 3: 'ear old, Cetra aho rt IS yea,* 3
me, with: :in asMiraac1: : that it ftt'ral.II. fur rent. Applv t<> C .
l.e departed thi life in Vtri Cruz )!Mexico the 3d i ijf was j I us to verify t the rem"dv!, and add, one or I two I : old. Margaret about Iii< sears old, H"rn"tnn a"b .v .- i 4': .l

( Noterabtrlurinr just t c."m..l..rh.l J Lis JJ jr ir. I !lv. trite, (dapentlema: :! who, I Ir'in; in want of i t slight hints upon the VIJ ,JPC The Mi! !s"s C ip. I! Januirr 1",, 1SJ>. about 12 scars of a-e, Rcttuc a bet ab..ul It, Jet! i. -'y tt .11.

!i a wift, advertised 'for one, amid ut tli place '! pi I Indians, being bitten; either the ___ boy about It,. Dir ph a oman shoot 3Rfse a give 4' .J
: ::0 > Lcen the tie- upon i ii .
one, hi [amity < xcepted about Niac
: own 1 ;. a b' alrwil Sarah r
girl ahooiI'i
I and time appointed. was met l.v a !:(\. Their : rattlevnuke N years a r Ic f.
f. ceased Let I er&hili ; a'id na one cuM h Il1m'morl' l stations lifi'! entitled them to be so called'! j poltiee made: nfirhtilry gunpowder to die I A MEETINfl: i>f the 3f year!, JimaLfTV about l't\rar', .Varagirlsh' 'ui
or been more *!'rr>n<:!y alterhed to bm.- I : ( .t' .iit
I and the ('IYJt', a is \\eli :u the! lady! was j wound and /\. Rink of' Khriila. 17, Old Hark a 11IfJ ur 4S.'LittIe Ibrk a hoe jb..u' I .
From his childhood remau.! quiet, (;rjflfrt'f'ly, M ( t j, "
.: bit manners were re'ned.I'O' :, ill earnest. He, howc-ier, uniiickilv: ('mc-d! |J however, of the spirit itself. The virus thus I to'ini'm! the city of : U H. Ilttty a oma-i din ut ;.i. Hannah c girl ab ..,rlr 4. t
lite and enjragiTii. and nn one cou'd know him and to 1 be ofthe I'cdro I i same opinion a* King was 1
instead of
not love him.c he &dt with regaid] to his wif, ( 'Ioen Mary of Araj to a 'tule! at the wound and breaking H. 35 .
if bis pu finally I seer! Duct, Camps, LsuraLou.3aCuuV. '
4' heart and lie powers of ln: roicd \% ie rapidly ; J"J"atJout
Con, that ihi! was tot so handvine she S 1 S 4". Da and
developed, and had bislill' IX.MI spared, nothuipSj-.t i I ILis j : as i as does a bile, discharging the |IlOi..fln. Jantnn 1 J Dine ca ThinkS Smart NeJ. (, t J
< might IJc go xj, M) th* meeting ended in their The manner by which alcohol was found ---- -- -' levied up&n as the j'rtjvrly of the Said Hcrirv 11! ; ( F.

own modest resfne could 1 hate rmcnted Ins mutual} ii jisappoin'.meiit.: (Yrlebs! advertised! CITY Wa:er and William II. WalLei, and to be said |eratutv
a I to be a cure for such bites is singular. In the I said wit ct fi. fa. ; .1 .f :1
taking a prominent diMmzuiahcd arid u-cful <*inoa i- : }
p gfcoii'l tub -
!, ap2;'oiiinz! a daF'rfnt i Mjuarc' for I
Revolutionary( war a regmi-nt ')soldiers was A HALL. .
; in his Coulltr '. In the Acadenj: l(" If big I! t 4
the If! lUd 1 I
!place ni'-eting, \uringthe I word" stationed Charleston, South Carolina; ; one Sheriff Wakulla County. :
associates could compete with him in application of the arJvertNcm! He th! DeeemherIc.I47. ->
met same lady, I of its members being thoroughly intoxicatedfell _. ..
scholarship : and bl\in6lt't the t-rhl room -the>' f'cnni.: .fd each Jfll"r-coud! : riot; 'i ;
upon a rattlesnikp: which bit him in many Notice.
Iiii amiable temper generous heart and jiFuUIe: trl ; choose but smile at the leco'mtion and t4'
I The
places. carried back
nun was to the f
l ortEtnt soon secured him the |late and devotion cf : l.aps nei'hcr' of them couIJ choose but ugh.'lou the und-r igned ALL persons having clarm aarfn the estate f if .tt .
insensible for
i garrison, lay some time, and 1'0 A. HavWarJ, late ol Tallaha!!er, d*.
his aaeoeiaeg.? At tbe tall of bic countrY, herlforfally will the exent. The azeioeut of tins .f.
pvrbe. t recovered both ceas-d, are re uexrH _
finally Iron the effects oflhe : IOI'rt'SIIII.h'mduiJlUlh ""- ; ,.i }i '
volunteered his services and Lie co-operation i I \'ermg bachelor tried his lulll third time in the I liquor and poison. The elf l the fort S. I61. ; cated within the tune pre cribed l lv hw: or th* of 4 .)

with Captain Lmnzkton conttibuttt! much to the''!' newspapers: and at t the third |'!.ire of appoint being called) to a case shortly surgeon' after where the -January----- ---- be barred :t--tho indebted lo the estate are' .'' fwill f-J ..

accomplishment of their undertaking ; and when a uncut l.e; mt the p piaIt!! pers-xi-ring "l'in ler. Valuable Lands earnestlv: refjue-ted to make prompt pay menl., Thev 1
[ intoxicated the )
II patient was at lime of the bite, are reminded that fhHraum,,thmlJh small indivi:. :
: company \vas orjanireJ for the Mexican ?err.ce, At this neithT could I
meeting "
I help laughing. and recollecting the former instance began u.'lly, in the aggregate constitute the \ndoand ciphau' :
young Stewart! was elected by oe.rlv an utanmovisot They began to converse in good humour and giving vhtsley by the pint at short intervals, ON THE FIRST portion. t. S "-

their first Lieutenant.His the conversation became so agreeable on and noon made bis insensible! will be W.M. WILSON, Adninistrator. .. t _
o'eivate lil contributrd both sides and the I -that the following Slaves : Decem''"er4, t 47, 2i!> 5.1 'i' .4. S
tnin< were crally circumstance appeared sorerxmnrkahlo is, dead drunK. He ---- -- - ,
speedily rccoveicd. Isaac, aged 4= years*, ( 2 f
for the comfort and of the until theyvrfce that this third interview led Notice. ;
runjrrt curl's to a This fact soon came to be generally known, perfectly healthy ; Sarah : t'u t 1

received into the ,ertice of the Ur.ited States I marriage and the marriage ;proved a happy and now at the South, the bite of any jtoison. old-pood field hand ; ALL persons, creditors and !legatees, entitled t.

;,' On embarking for the teat of war, he write his eii- one.-TAc Doctor, l,y Fou'hey.j ous reptile is only considered as inconvenient and cotton picker ; M. : or otherwise interested in l&c "". J i
I Julia S > I late ol Lewis Saunders late cf Leon t
cotton-picker; coonfy, dtf-!
hr.011 whom his afllctiorw doted, I regret to l(.\'e |II I -- not dangerous with The f
proper care. philosophy Armlllt'ld. 3') : ceased are fierrby, c6lified to exhibit their j clairr to
ray friends and family, Lut I po with) a proud concioo -j j lioj>py /llustrai01-Elder Knapp or.casionally of the remedy appears to be that .the yearn first rate field handsand : and demand* within two year* firm this date lu II i ., g p ;

nes that our cause i ill aji'st one; a caui iw gets off a good thin?, not wit'.standing powers of nature are suspended or paralyzed! 0, Susan 4, and Infant' 1 pn- undersigned, t>r the nme will be narrr
which every friend of his rOJr-try t-hould vullinply! ]I' his bad autos. During his iccent stay in for the time being, under the influence of intoxication Eliza Anne, Scar lea- son indebted lo jid estate, are reunested to make .

'S age, and a cause which 1 hal! :''I'T: to rVfend," ; this pace: he wn one ('%"('lIitl6 speaking of thus refusing to absorb the virus years, a plantation immediate paymert.
t : rate field hand Eve 5. LEWIS M. SAUNDEIN: Ktefntor.: ,
Such were the honest ronMclinrtii ff !his nnd, s_d ;She pieiaihng! tendencies of some religionisli auditing 'in masterly inactiv '>-,' !by which har. all in onefanulv' the December I
such the sincereoentitnTitsof' Ije lu-a-t lli hopt- 'ii long prarr, and reimiked that: sep could the ternom kept upon or near time wound i is field hand Rebecca :, 1 : .- "

were lib and buoyant, inJ ijiC l't-'I..liflnli *-njruiBe : fii wd l no example: for thrm! in the fecripttin s.j .- there discharged, or soon In es its strtui"th. in irie family ; I'rimu, :m, : : .,) Notice.UOUR .

; but mlas deoscd and Kummomsl j i The prajitrsoi I'Ua\ sour were short and Irli first rate field hawk ; week after date, I IialI aip'r to the lie'! .
Assuming that f Prnl>ate and for If** ol Jrlfesoi .
him to other fit'13sher" !>npr.t.r laurels shine ar.d J i I lh, point. The h1r:1\en fftu'! penitent, publican I J rall ( part in bounty
and Henrietta yes ) ). for leave tonel? the real fate of U"illiarH .' .
Whig candidate. we shoti'd! like to know e p :
of lu tre V.'hen Peter .
crowns purer glow was a happy specimen. Mary
cotton picker ; .
'I ( lm- Mathers, tate 'n f sanl ceunt ,deceased ; tine scM '
what his
A few years before his d.'ah.! lie beegtr.e ncmlrof \\cndeaiorirg to walk upon the waters, to are principles. If \-e lix/ktolhe cook ironer, seamstress ) ( ) ; 'J per teal estate cui.isfng of fw. ?nf* rf land, Ivmsr aist!

I the M. E. Church to which le adhered until meet his master, and was nboiit-sinkiug had Taylor organs we aro lost in ella The in one knee Caroline ;I, being? in Miwfi<*-ln! FInrH.i.and! 4'M acres of I rs./ .. 4 '

ki. death. Candor I'f'qurC'IS: li j-fmif that for.I lii I\ s-pplicalion! been as lone as the introduction Republican sav.,'* that he IN a no-part (feld Iv ; Martin hand 30 but yearn iuSjecf a ard l'vingand being in the aid cr>nr'v i>[ Jeflersen. I" p ,
time lie iloof from the ; tn uf modern !befiire he man-yet the National Whig asserts, that he i1
Panic kept Church of hit i one our prayers, fit ; Lucy 21 years, a ( .. ol Wm. II. Mathers.dec'd ,. '
thrire This was occasioned by a t>eri e of l.n ora '! got half ihroirgh! /! world hare ban ffiyfrel has never let occupied this w-jmrtii plat-: 5, Betty 3. and infant to | t ) !a. JTersan Cou.iT.?, -cember 4.1'17. 2'I 3t 'e ;
under form. He is a WIig-aud, we prophecy that Also;, TilE PL.\ I'A I .:, .
K orthine ce, although? the keeneSt cursor could! not iruier. quar. --

'tj'folth with crime nr immrrality Dtini:gfcxlast Ii __ __. ______ he will receive the unanimous vote of tbe acres coca of in land JrfJf'rtlllln of which ? I ha- Choice Liquors.WE .- .

ilne! his routant ejaculation tliat G..d 1 Try it.-The best cure for sore throat is 'to i Whig General Convention lor President. upwanU of 71M' ) of ofer tn tlc public the following choice Ij- .
On the subject territorial indemnity the r'I I *. all ci| which we will warrant being
ould take him and reiere: 'Irom his t-uflmnp get married to a pretty girl, and:I sleep etery shrinks from the the past TeaT in cotton of the bett quality : 'as
of This Plantation
acquisition it
Finding him lt near In* cud and no prospect cf. night with her sleeve: cmrlnpirg and arm, acre. The Nationalhig is for the civil an part of the State being : X. -Itftrur"M cask supr. I Id Crpnac hears ry. '

returning home he expressed the anxious }wile that round your neck, instead of a "stocking. occupation of ilonhcello. It i if well t 2 Madeira Wine, I
he of the whole Mexico, and the N.- S bbl*. old Monorip heli Whiskey. s
might meet hi. friends in a better wtrld. --- ding in springs the .
I Y. Mirror sa>s > this nci 2> b >xes ot 1 in healthy
That Lieutenant Stewart fhould be patriotic and Last Monday, Phiiip \F. Thomas, J:'q..was 41 even vintage of P2t."Nesstnp.Grdnn& "
There iIJut Co.
one way to bring Mexico to- ed health. On i.t there is a f
j ftOll1d warmly espouse his country's cause," is not installed as ihe now (toirrnor of arJ lalld. her senses, that is to visit her with actual war, with piazza all around.: ; ; Mon Champngneftiiff Port and Claret Wine, I

i **Vn'inf. lie had before him the example, of his His Inaugural address if a lucid, strong and besides servants CordiaU.p.iRCHirrr. t. -
which hbe
a war in will tuiFer as well by the .
father.Col. D. M. well \\rillen On the Smoke House Bath) the & LINDENBERGER. F'November27.
Stewart who in the w-r of 1813, $ paper subjects of the '
exhaustion' of her the destruction h'47 '
'14 resources as by in order and Ihe it
: all gooft
*415 and Wilmot Proruo lIe ttc.t 1''cttaches
was an active member of a volunteer War takes the true of her armies. To retire from Mexio tens. Overseer's .

f orpa alsed in Liberty County to protect the oaJ01 ground. lie is warmly in firor of Constitutional without indemnity and security would be an Fences .c. are also in g Clocks, and Jewelry

cr Georgia from British invanon. lie Lad be Reform by a State COln'cntion-of a ,I effort of folly lo tr1l c' all history t'lmozes noparallel. commodating one i 1 JlCPAIttED.MYEM. ,

fore kim ta example of hi. r,Gen. Dan- retrenchment of the heavy expenses of the administration : small but unfailing water OWLT &; having smrre> the servicrf -

ItJ Stew.I ..b rendered his country distinguished of justice by a reduction of the It might be necessary, to solve (he myste.ry GriirMiIl All, on! now tV in sate .of ,Or., I L nf an experiened workman UfmiU atlerd u .

8en.u U the w.r.r tbe nevolution" and of who number of judges, and the emoluments of to assume,that the %%'bigparty have eitherno the stock of Mule, the repairing of Watches and desks'.rliuises .
tn do work ,
conflicts aid are prepared all ia their hiss of busnes
impricoomenls clerks and -of'a change of the life other personal
eonquets escapes andI registers principles, or all principicrcontblrwd. Mr.Clay's and well and 7ffomp4! p
ortyo i{ &ewart had often heard. With Bach tenure judges and a reduction Executive platform ofrini" has sunk TtriAtfor the L November G, lyJ7. 18
out in
payablib m equal
exautplea before him, and the same spirit animating patronage.- lIe stands up firmly fur the maintenance ofsight. It would be curious to"see a'plat. yein, ePtutid by notes' & ; !

iim. N.Juiteoed tt bis eountrj'i call, and fell] a nocrific.u oftbe State faith. He evidently has form of Whig principles as they now stand. ajd mortgage on the "a. Negro eya.

Die a aobk cause the nerve and ihe" aLiH' for a goal Gov. <
I 1 The spoils seem'to occupy the front rank, C.\SESKERSKYg,3 4o oLMiM,
May hi. t Aieol. and Attorney in :&. '
patriotilm be emulated by hundreds end ernor.-Richmond Enquirer. Richmond Enpttrff 4th in; I Jusweszaertsodtfernt.b,
I I J.. S, IS 1& se141, P urnth &FZA.

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t" ', Leon. County Tax Collector Sale. -- Bagging and Rope-- L. & HGREENmi-1- ; New Orleans'Type Foundry, Portraits Fainted I OIL B-the President of th1JZ asStates.
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I Y virtue of Ibe.pnw" rested ii me by law, I 75 PIE bi Kentocty Bagging. Still tcntinne it link' ild I AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, TiE Citizens fitted of up Tan.hlU his Study in arf the adyi.story I that, .J

ill before Ihe Court House For aisle by Wo. 17, Canal itrett Row. (
t ,hall expose .j. Corner of Monroe and JWW StrerttT17HERE /M.DCMILLT'S BeaK House,(adjoining the
d-*.... i i" the cit* o( Tallahatsee on Mondv, the (rbI RCHE t LIDE'8EE.N"embr they are now openin their FALL AND I THE undersigned beg leave to announce to Pub- Union Bank) for of Visitors the undersigned
I 'Iy'r March tSl* the following di'ritiedrnnper.1 27, II V V WINTER supply of and Printers, that they have trablshf very respectfully tenders his services I

I.".nr"" nvtch Ihf'nh, willpay; thc Sr'teand Coun. GERMNND FRErCH. FNGLSU. ; a complete and extensive TYPE Portrait Painter to them; and himself to

fljj.i, |v Tax'-sduelhereon ror She sear I 1'17 : Spices Pickles, &c.UDERWOO' Rich blk Silk.(;ro. de Rhine GODS every city. The Book Letter o' this Foundry was cot to paint as faithful and accurate rlegl as any in

Ln.d purporting In brlun:to A. I K. Duval antI the ricklf Gerkins. Manzoes. On- description of colored and fancy Silks,Parisian, Plaids : order by workmen of long experience and, I no t his country. Ladies an Gentfmt are .1ce to

i I. Union nlnk.f Florida : 'jcklf. Iifkle Lobster Walnut Striped and Primed Cashmeres Plain and Colored I expense was spared to obtain the handsomest faces call at his rlndy, may b twentbe
" \f\ 2. S.:n. T >. R I. :and' W. and Tomato Kttchlf e Capers.; Uli'c Oil, Mustard French Merino, Plain Striped and Silk wove Alpac- I and to perfect it in every, respect,we will venture to. boor of 8, A. M. and 4,P. .
K i. *5 E 4. 3'. T 2. R I. a'I'1 XV.XV !, Pepper and Sufe.Cider Vinegar fresh ca, &c. I say it wi b found as handsome, if not Ihe handsomest RUSSELL Artist.

.1{ i. N XV j. Sec. 5. T I. R 1. :and %%'. Goneebetties and \ il *, 'fresh Slan. A great variety of French, English, asd American United S''f. XX'e have also a very ( :}- Gilt frames furnished, if required.
I n.M lining 21! acre*. Shad and Halibut in canister. Curry Calicoes and'Ginghams; handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of

Ii m- L ".i"Inrl..rli" to belong to James F. Trolti and (;;&(nrt. Brandy Cherries, Preserved Gincer. Currant : XVorsed Plaids of different styles and qualities the latest style, to which we would call the attention .11:.EJCJ: IN pursuance ol law, I, JAMES K.POJr

i! 'i Ihf Union Hank .4! Florida : Jelly, Macarrarii, Vermicilli. Russia and American Shawls every description color and quality ; of Printers before purchasing t1 e\hert. All OBCRT B. LAOMK. Artist New York : G. W. of the United Sat.of'v'I-'
't 14 N t, S-C trtnixan4F.. Mos, dried Currant. Prune articles manufac'urf by us shall be of a matuial"lua1. declare and make public land sd I, '
Isinglass, Ii.h S"i"s. Jaconet Cambric Tarlelon and Cross Bar LAnD, Artist S. C ; JOHN MIER.: Artist, New Or ,
'4 '. 4, J: }I. S \V 1. s r 17. T : U I. N and .: and Citrons. Muslins ; if suprior. to any manufactured at the leans C. CCRTIS, Artist Ky. JAS. C. WILSOH, b held at the undermentioned Land OfficMi.1I!!
; ;
i XV i. S.: i.
: .t ,q. S \ I. Sec 17T2.RJ.Na'd K.XV :. Cloves. Vatnilla IV-tn. Sage, Summer Savory and Muslin edging; *. we trust to meet encouragement. December 25, 1,47. 25 tf ,
i. N F. J. Seo I'. T 2. R '. N .:. Pench wa- We are now prepared tomanufacture BRASS RULE At the Land Office at ST. ALGC5'fl
ant "cet Marjoram. Oansf Fllwpr. R.If& Kid, Cashmere, Silk and oollen Gloves, for Ladies '
; I: 1. N XV !. s 17. T2.. U 2. F., lei*. extract of RO. mon. Pclh Vanilla.Fors.lehv .- and Gentlemen ; \ and TYPE of any magnitude,with promptness. We Dissolution of mencing on Monday the seventh day 51g r

4, t !,; :i I': !. S XV 4. SetS 5 17. T'-'. R 2. N anI":. LEWIS &AMI: Silk, XVoollen and Cotton Slocking for do. ; would also particularly call the attention of Printers Copanerhp. next, for the disposal of the public lands Withj5''

.. XV ;.s E 4. Sec: 17.T-2. R 2. N ,iniI K. December 4, 117. OO' Linen Cambric Hdkf, plain and H. S low -ull; to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set ol TiE co-partnership eirins the undermentioned townships and pat of toiruk"'
; N XV 4. < E 4. Sec T '-'. R 2. N and H. Handsome Silk Cravats French Needlework mouts. by which we are enabled to furnish a ptr. ,and style of ARNETT f. MANNING has viz : '

I.i :t: S \4. S XV 4, s!?, T :. R 2, :and E.: Fine Perftimes, and Capes; Colas rft at ide.e are also Agents for the sale of fb this day by mutual consent been dissolved. All per- South of the late line and Less of the I
cnntainin"atrC". Napier Washington; and Smith PRESSES son indebted to said firm are respectfully requestedto
1 Rarage for Dresses do. Green "t'G.
. !t -' Ltnds plrIMr'in'o belong to David Robm on and From the Maocftrlory of Lnbin, Paris. Splendid assortment; of Hat, Cap; and Satin colored together with Chase, Ca"t. Composing Sticks,Fur make immediate payment of the same. Fractional townh twenty,, of range thin

Ihr 1 linn RAnk of f"nril.: TTEDY0M1A. Helitrope.! Jockey Club, Rose Ge. Ribbons "iturt. Ink and every other article required in the J. F. A RSF. Townships fifty-fix (except sections six iiT*"

I; Wi.I S W I. S T :;i. ,2. R I. N and XV, XJ. rinium.. Millerleurs, Pafchouly, Migniunette, Xeopolitan; and Straw Bonnets ; Printing business,will bp kept on hand, and furnished JOHN : : eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty one,) s4 el""
i E 27. I. 1, and XV. TUa J at manufacturer's prices. November 23, 154L [Dec. 25.] 21 even and section one. two, three four *"
.. w .S 4. So I : Ambrosia, S-rmira, Ber. of Arabia. Bar. de la Reine, Linen Damask, and Da ma A Table Cover ; ; Se
enntasnin KiH t > Editors and Printers to establish' a Newspaper -- seven, I"h.t. nine, ten. eleven, fifteen 'I
I wi.hins
; Vanilla. Violet, Vervain ,
Irl! Esjlantme, rgamte. Doshes, Tf"t.h.l Diaper i.c ; Cabinet Making &c.10PARTNERSHIP. <
Job Printing Office will furnished nineteen,
Mattox or t"i'
to belong to Hampton en. twenty
; 1.1nl.ti'.n| ; : Marrocjin. and ess. l'oufift) Rich Xett Children Wool foa's ant rap,; h tlth tWfnto".al
Jt it anJ in,'.-I. I k Tr.i.l Cf : Also Gl.-nn' Ashland Perfume, and Preston & A large a"sorlnienlf brown Sheetings, Shirtin estimate in detail bribe I !name by stating Ihe size / .-The undersigned have aVV *- two In township rn ir.t'

S E 4. X XV J.&. \J. N \4.!Tll.T3.R : X&. E, Men ill's Extract: of Fragrant Striped Shirling* and I i..mnespnmss : of the paper or the particular style and quantity of nociated th.mlln1 together,and from this date I Town.hlpsff-6Y.fOslx.ucepl( "ti.

I S f: 4. &E I. S w 4. Ca.simlr.
I i. X 4. ** S XV 4, N E: J.Sec :..1: R 2. X&. }: American. Lavender. and Florida! XX'ater!, Bay Rum Plaid alinett, JCan ,TWtN1.' Red and While ( : The proprietors!of newspapers who wi publish ducted by LYNCH VINGF.RHOETS. They are i tf' *"

.. : .r' .' ENV1.S.c1.T2I.N&F.I. I and Apiu de la Reine, fine Cosmetics, rich Pomade Flannel.Tick in2C.: colored Cambric wi'h i a large this advertisement six month..and c paper prfpaf to do all descriptions!of work in their line t hirt.ont.1 thirty.two.thirt.threethfly.f! ,, :'P.* ,
1 (containing fiOO acre*. and Hair-dte. Shaving and Soaps, assortment of Trimmings. Fancy Good. Perfumery to our office weekly w ill be paid for Ihe advertisement fidelity and despatch and on as reasonable term t.fye.and thirty-six,) of ranje thirfy-nine. I
lfir.oj" Toile
I.l ; Landi purporting to belong to Lf\is Conner and coarse Comb-*. Brushes for the Head.Teeth A.C. All of "h'ih will be old bv purchasing' six times the amount of advertising for cash or approved acceptances as any workmen in one, two, Ihree, four, five, '
. .f. S. L. I I. Trust Co. Xail Cream Cutllery. bill in Ihe country. The continued patronage of the thirteen. and I wtnty-fii, io "
' = thc and Fle h. A superior article( Cold low for cash at their store in thi place, also ) pub'r. '""
& lic is solicited
If. ; in respectfully ffyfe. rrarfonal township
'. pots. For sale by LEWIS AMES. their store in Montictllo. ff-iJ.e(
!. X XV 4. XE 4. Sec 3.*.. T 1. R 2. X and E:, December 4-. 1";47'. 20' & October 3). is7. l: _ Jon, 2 fi. 1O"'. 4! fim 17 Canal St. Row. E. J. LYNCH. !(tlonl two." three four, five, .) 01.B'
i'. EI.SE1Sec2I.T3Ri.NantK. GERARD VINGERHOETS. n,ne Bay o( range forty.
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:f:; \V .. XV J. S-c 3d.( l 3, R 3, X and E, Apples, Potatoes, and Onions. --\\-O\\ BTSEXTERT CORDIIL.{ Boot and Shoe Making. Tallahassee, November C, 1347.- l''; of Fractional( township ffI.fyf.on .Biscay; ".,a

rouUininz : ) llEun the range forty-one.
:' are. .VO HUMBUG} <"er3iinedhavingpurchaed
,t', .. l.nd" piirpoiting to lxlong to the estate W. W. '1 HHREL EATING APPLE. ] en'ire' stock and materialof LVAI.REHFLD. Received by the latest Arrivals, At the Land Office at NEWNANSVJLLE. tern-
: IUrl. : : Iri-h rotatO. -. who i: abut leaving the State LARGE assortment of READY MADE CLO- mencing on Monday the hnnr.fnt day of Febrw
'. .. ; S E 4. I .I' XV !. S XV IS'ct.T2. R 2.. X and E. just rfi\Pl and for sale cheap (or ca.h bv WOODtt TS 1)VSENT.RY CORDIAL public that he i!at present at the:old stand, wherehe sorlmfnt TIlG. 10F.ROOTSi general the undermentioned townships parts (t. .
20 A. E HOC. for Diarhela. Dvs.-ntery, Cholera Mohn., GROCERIF viz o ,.
; FNW4S.e.TI.R2Nat1.1E.I I Ik'Cmber .IS- i prepared to execute all work in his line wilh GREENBERG 0. ships :
,.4 WI.i X E 4. Sec 2, T I, R 2. Nand E, I -. ,I dren.Cholera In.ntum. and Summer Complaints' Chil promptness: and despatch. He has on hand Ihe finest October :O. 19-'. 15 &< South of the and East of the

: crntjinjn3ilaewq. Notice. I of call .nkins, and all soils of materials, and will --- ". Inl
. :' : .J. Land purporting to belong to XX'illiam Hal and vrerV aftfr date, I shal apply to the Hon. li'ur Jr. HI Hilliaid, 'eII" L' S. Miiuttr to Brl- iniVeat short nsiliceand in thebe manner, GEXTLEMEX'S Gods for Gentlemens' Wear. Townships twenty-one and I went j-I wo, nn.,
ihpS.LI&TrutCo. : r SIX 1 BOOTS AXI I) SHOES of( nineteen e
: c of Probate in the County of J -ffer every description.
Dr. Iindruff-ily Dear Sir:-.\ few slays Blackand Blue Black Broadcloth Fancy
:. WI.SWJ.N.T2.R2.Sandr.| I on, for letter of Administration on the estate of" since I received the (" 1 Boots r.IfII. soledand! otherwise repaired in BLUE Ricn Satin Townships twenty-one, (except eeliaiu ?.,
, ) Svrtion .tT2R2. an, 'nlII whirl you wire goodenouch goo1Ivle at charges lie : S.Uinelt.fnt'lky Jtanc. twelve, tlirlffn. fourteen h\n'.-Ihr". Ueu/:
George Ellis, lateot sid Count deceased.ChARLES 3111 warrant
to send me I. il:; im ,! p artule, I do wil Vestinj-9, Silk .. Rich Satin Sil. four, and
: Veletftin J
: FI.NK1ScV.T.R.NantK. I )
,: I.. POXVELL.JefTer his, work to he ecnial to any done in place tWfnt.fe. I"tnr.two. r .
not hesitate to it !i. Satin o
a most
SE1.Sec3.T2.R2.NnI K. promtimre(( yluahlf m Yfredestinss. Fancy Cravats a -5
t.. !on County December 11. 1 1f3. 21 #t cine. Indeed, for "midi atTt-clioiM I nt hi ,bowels I and to a 'Ci good I.f.f.ctiol a to fitting a any of gentlemen's twenty.
c : .t.I X 4, S.T 1, T 2, R 2. X and E:, ( : a. other workman. I nerl assortment Burls and Shoes, twenty-twoandtwenty-ibree.ofrMfe
: r we sometimes i eli t1r; with u t i in the South, I know nothing Hats and Caps; also, a large tock of ready made t "Townbip
I 1 .4 A. A. FIRMER. Sheriff Lard and Butter, at ail equal to it. | 42 JOHN tf LERCH. clothing,just received and for sale by To t wenty-two and

\I.'::. and ft offifio Tax Collector Leon. Co. rfcei't per schr. Oregon, and (.r !:1p! low My friend,( VI Seiborn Jones, would have part of MaySlSl7. S. F. BURNEY. n.hip twenty.tbrsIe.elna5e

November 27, I-47. In": .rt JUST A. r. HOC. it ; the remainder I have hid aside 'for u-e when I NEW GOODS. September: 1S47.- 10 At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEEreman,
" t ;,3. ._ December <47. may need it. Rislrtfililv.IIENIIY. ring the
--- 4, 1 > 20 on Monday Jy.t.b day of }
t : :.r. -Flour, &c. : W. IIILLIARD. Rifles: and Shot-Grans. for the cf the public land, 'dolrY1
I Bacon ..nh.nit.n1,1,1 cal the attention of .the d.lpOa the I.d'rmcntlonfd
( New Or Wood Cutters. THE A SSORTED sizes and townships' and of
per shooner Eiicia rom rn the choice : extensive ortmenl qualities prices just reXI. pars lonmh/ps ,gs
rrei'e From (:ardn Editor the Fottlhcrn
1 JUST Benjamin of ceived and for ,ale S. F. LUR.NEY.: South of the base line and Hid
by of tie
: ?';; ; 1tT.\NTED, a number of strong and healthy men blurld ,1lu. I of. GOODS( receiving per Brie XVakulla: and prtneitttmeridian.
o I C."k Bacon Harm p. V In work a* choppers. Liberal wages to good I Emetine. Their stock hi* been selectedwith care, September 1"17. 11)Caps. .
'.t 1 .. clear Sides, men. Apply to ANOTHER LIFE SXVF.D BY THE COrO.oL. from the most fashionable ,.tbihmenra in New Fractional township iwo, northeast cf Forbes

...: ;," ; I Shoulder, IBICIr&LIXDEXBERGER. .1ll,. Fhyifian' tHill had failed to btntfit. I York ; and, having b<'en purchased rCdlled prices arnf. of range one.

: :Rbls Illinois, Flour.S November 1 .I. 13 ])1. Ii7uudruff-Dar Sir1 take great pleamre they art enabled tofurm-h I heir customer? at price JUS rfeiyP per the last arrivals. Wd z. Cloth township one, northeast cf Forbu'

.: ,!. Half bbl. choice Family Flour, in testifying to he efficacy wf your Dy 'nery Cordial | proportionately low. Their Caps for Gentltmen and Boys, new grant of range two.Fractional .
Xo. Mackerel. style, which will low. sections Ihree. buy, nine, ten, fourteen .
Bbl. vets
I new from le.tins its ,'irr"C"in own Mrs. belol
:.. 0 3 lUrrel Green Apple For ",le low by Furniture. Gardner was U..r summer nit my violently rmil larked) I HEADV: MA' )Z OLOTK3MQ] ]) I... & GREENBERG &CO. and fifteen, in a (nrmerlndra,, reserveand

: November' 27. 1-17, io AI..mI F HOC. J UST received from New York with that disoa i'.ansI jlter all eminent mnlical ] 'II is of the best of mol'rial., and being manuUcI October 30,1547. 15 tions twenty-seven, twenty-eight, thirty....1"Ihirty.thrff.
1 handsome Mahogany Sfa. *, I tired din-ctly under the of Mr. all -- ------- in township one; township two, writ
had been hat! d in its efforts 'Io remove the diseaseor tt Stiman.
a. Notice. 1 pr. For "ileby .afford relief, and anpreherni.ins bezan to he 'felt by I j tear of shnp-mrk is thereby precluded persons Fall and Winter Goods. of Forbes' cranf, and township three, wntof. fh.pabchicol .

; : QIX months after the Administrator of the mRCIE&LIlDE HERGER. myself that she would not "J"i't much longer, under purchasing may rely noon cettins an article well TUST RECEIVED .- river. of range ti h.
decease! Ute of Leon November 2 made. the article theirp.nI. from New York, by Brig Henry 'ractiooaltownships thrfe.( the soutbwrit
.7 :,. &.) estate of R. llumphne. 4. the intense in which she was laboring, Atrong comprising J uctt
Buck tf
a/olY a large assortment
: Co'nfv, witfr.-nt hi* tinal account and "niicticra I had recourse Io your inv almlile Cordial. and before I ,1'D J"L"7'ER STOCK fraction of section thirty-one) hawla lews-
and STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. ship four west of .Chippola Lake, .
: .' to the lo JUII.e f Probate .! said County, BULL PRATORIUS she had taken one Itottleof it, relief wan obtained ; be found the following: (exrtplfrxtioiial
r prat for di4chare. from said administration. < and alter taking two was entirely f"rel I feel sure may Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Black Groceries Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware, sectional sections six, seven aud lhirtjM,)
XoremHer27. 1 >47. t9 fLEWIS < At the corner More nndrr the Sentinel Office and Rope and Nails and Iron of ranee ninf.f'urrionall'ioM
-_ that I am indebted to tt for hrr life. can ue Brown and Invi. Green Ca"tor Beaver Sacks, Saxa Bagging I ,
J : opposite the Phcrnii Bnildinjn! this Boots and Shoes, Sua Boilers, &c. &..c.For twenty-two, tWfntl-'ft aid
: ;. BEXJ.
NOW OPENING I a choice and well selected Eufaiila July 15, 1M' G.\D rn. and Blanket OVtrcoal., &, Heavy Pilolm.1 J89' range twentysix.Fractiona .
:: DE.\EIU IN AR' ol of CLOTHS. CAS IMERS. VEST. ; Beaver Cloth Overcoat, and Cloak of fine Blk Sept. J9. LLOYD &FLAGG. I sections I thirty-one. tbirty.two,thirty.

DUG<5. MEDICIXES. I'AIXTS.. OIL*?, I I GS.UI. RF.DY-IDrCLOTHG. The great Worms Worms! Worm and I"ue Cloths, Pantaloon ot' nak Cas. three and thirty-six, on the main land, in township

I : Tolltt PfrfDmrrr, &., Window Claix, care t.'e ( Ihf sCIEion othfsC goods DR. WOODRUFF'S WORM SPECIFIC is a safe sillier, Blk IhhhJ do., fancy .Plid. Ss. Striped Notice. oneand fractional sections eight nine,twelve,so,.
.rtitrl I them all who wish do. ; also,T'e.d. Sat met t | df.kc.: VESTS .
warrant in a\mz to to purchase efficient remedy for XVoirns. Try it. As : : persons indebted to the estate of Thomas J. enteentwentyfonrtweiityfivetwentysixtwrotjseven
P.UNTERt' BRUSH AND I good bargain. you will do well to call and examine good a* the best and as cheap a* the cheapest. of Black and Fa rev. Satins, Striped and Plaid Silks, ALL deceased, are hereby notified to make and twenty-nineon the main land iatawuhip

ApothcraricV CJIassVnii?, Ac. our stock. It would be a great tax on time and pa. CEnTI F'ICATE.S. Velvet:, Plaid Ca hmcrea and Valencia, Plaid Silk immediate payment ; sr.d all those having demands Iwo,ot range twenty-seven.

r? & rr ltEabueecorstantlf' on handand for nle at the tience to enumerate the different style? and patterns I certify that I cave Dr. Woodruff's Specific to a Mazurka, &,c. &.c. will I present their accountsproperly afred. to the Fractional township three,on the main land(n-

; JL lowest market prices. cmp0irj this assortment : suffice it to say. that aportion child of mine, and in a short I ime it hroush 200 They have also an extensive assortment of Cloth*. undersigned who is duly authorized to settle the cept sections one,thrfe.siYn.sixteen and ttw-
: t these cloths and cas'imers are ol' Drit- worms. JOSFPH Cassimer and Vesting unranlfacture. consisting same. JAMES T. ARCHER. ty-even.) of range thirty-one.
.I:. We ha\e received hlite arrivals larze additional nillS Boasted Lu lre,' andlheclothmsundevery Muscogee County, Georgia, in Past of: Superior Bak Wool Dye .Agent for ragae Butler Administratrix. South of the base line and East of L pruuiftlmeridian.
j:. ". vtippltreol Drug.W'JirincandChtmtraltwhich, article of their stock is of a style and quality Cloths, do. English: do. do. ., Blue and October 16,1S47 13 2m .

,Aether with m..->t of the popular patent remedies that will please the most fastidious. I do certify that I administered to a member of my Invisible Gren. Wool Dye do.. Black Beaver and Fractional townships eight and Bine, west I Ita

'" i. render our ortment the largest and most varied in i iI They \\onldmention that these CLOTHS are of family Dr. XVoodrufTs Worm Specific,and it broulhJ Castor do., French Black CasimCr. do. Ribbed do. Deaf and Dumb Asylum Suwannee river of range fourteen.
the finest the best do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and \orth the base line and East
the State. texture, English wool dye, French ",'ai SO worms ; and in another case, it oj OF KENTUCKY. of of the prinerftlmeridian.
: .: We have now in store a lot of QI'IXIXE I war.t wool dye wool d>e Malk. mv neero women of Ttnia,or Tap \cure. most fashionable styles!; VESTIXGS of Black and .
-' ranledj'ute. and of wry supErior quality. : do. Cat*., French and German blck cloths:,do. Cass, VliitesvilIeGa. IS.1(5.( JOHN LITTLE. Fancy Plaid Satins, do do. Silk, Silk and XVoollenVelvets I/ |,HE subscriber,as the resident agent of the said Sections twelve thirteen fourteen,twentytvta-

t t .0.'. Just a large assortment of French fancy Caimers.VESTINGS Cashmeres and Valencia, Vesting of Rich iJL Institution,ofTers for tracts, and upon ty-one,twenty-two went,.thrf'twenty-foar,1"1-

I t ,. fie FRESH GAUDHN SEEDS of fine black Satin. fine plaid Satin, I cr rtify that I gave Dr. XX'oodrufT Specific to a \"h'ct Plush, SLC..C.ALSO terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres ly-fiv, twenty-six, twenty-seven weary-eight,
' .. Silk Woolenel"et., Cashmeretl and Polkanet. negro boy who wa in bad health. It brought away AX ASSORTMENT OF of LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the twenty.nine. thirty, thirty-two thirty-threei:thirty

.. :. from Ala the celf'rtf1 small invoice cardens of choice of Mwr BR.Hovev\XDVAXOVIXES. 4. Co. Cerro Ctprubucco. Monterey chfkt. immediately 56 Worms. The boy soon recoveredhis Hats and Caps(MnntcreyBro.' ; and BJeach'd. Cotton State limited of extent.Florida. Also, the Righ to Locate, to a four, thirty-five and jhirty-six in township one,.f

! a READY CLOTIIING.-Ssiperior blk. health. THOMAS BOYD. Linen and Cotton Shirts, Undershirts, range five.Township.
; > \ arda lit of CIGRS of' extra quality. AlI" French dress ind frock do. The above land were selected at an date,by and sections
: coats, English wool lye Coweta County, Ga., January 1947.i& Blk Silk Cravats, Silk and Merino do. early ore twenty-five, twenty-
"'.. of "hich weolTcr for wle at the lowest cash do. do., French Ca!simer Sack. Coats Doe-!km do., la1 do Wool and Angola an experiencedjudge,and are believed to b amongst six,twenty-seven, twenty- i h.lbirt-brH.thirtv-

: LFWIS. & AMES. I black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera : For sale by Lewis & Ames, Sole Agents, Tal- Rich* Fancy Satin/ and Sumbl Undershirts, the finest in the county. 'tour, thirty-five and thirty-six, lowuhip ,of
.!; Ta1nl"'mhsr 2q1. coats black beavcrcloth sack and over-coats, blckClfak. hha4; also, by the 'billowing personsR. Manning Plain do Scarfs, <,Brown Cotton and Cot lon- C. I. DUPONT range six.VorA .

I". Notice. Pantttlooruol fine black Cassimer, Leon County ; James B. Beard, P M Miecosookie Jenny Lind Ilhks. 5 ?dc Drawers, .Igent ; D. .f. of Ay. of the base line and Wett of the principal

"' t ., a great variety of fancy Ca"rimer pants of the Leon. Cotinty ; S F. Bnrney y. Miccosookie ; Blk. XVhite andCol'J KidGur: Elastic Suspenders, Quincy June 12, IS47.. ly meridian.
: ALL persons!, creditor, legatees, entitled to dist latest It%Ie. I'tttt of verv description. Military Samuel Pulenfon, Druzsisf. Montire'llo; Jmf1 lime Gloves), Merino and Cotton Half-- Fractional I townsh ip one,north of"Forbes Grant,"
:1. ;> uthervuM; ;interested, ;in 11. estate1z Gloves j M. D. PAPY of ,ix.Fracicnal.
Trimming Hosiery. Shirts Cravats elt- Quincy : Joshua Divn- .of Gadsden County ; D. Baker / Hose, range
at John Smith. Ute of Leon County d/eae. are adJus'int Stocks, Suspender and almos everything p. and Wm. Powers, Merchant township,north ofM F.rb'Crr-
: to claims. t. Chatahohle. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas, Money Belt, W
e\hlhit.thCir of
; j.t 0 n.Jiht with a gentleman' out j 9 range lyen.
,:t' within two years from this date to the undeHInt. connl'e. are prepared to execute ft. orders accord- lariann3. 4 Shoulder lr"ct.", &c. &c. WILL Practie in all the Courts in. Middle Stions one, two, eleven, twelve, thirteen fif
: : or the umt will be barred; and all persons le ins .the latest and most appronsrI AIler 1. CLARK &STILLMAN. Ollce on the first floor of the Cap //ffn.fffn. enty-fc> ,

: i. to aid estate are requested to take immediate pa- X. B. By the next arrivals we expect(to receive Notice. -October- --23.- 1647.- 14 _ _ itol, South wing room formerly occupied by theSecretary hyeot""nt'-4ix.ixtwenty-seTenand the 5sS1h.

ct inent. \TRICK SMITH: THE REMAINDER. months the acting Executor of the Bagging Rope and of the Terntorv. ; of section twenty-eight in the former
: November 13. Hll 17 4t Admini'trator. October 16,1S47. 13 SIX :fCrdarf. Twe November 1.5, l43. 17 Indian the Vast fraction of section ihirtj-
1 : will an! tCstament of Arthur homey, sn., TUST received Schr. \ Or. R5rf.
1 per three in same, and sections thirty-four' thiilj-
Tax Collector's deceased, make application to the Hon. Judge J
: County wi leans. GEO. H. IS.Ohbtr JOHN EH SKIM:,
five and sections twelve,
of Probate o Leon County for l Utters of dismissionaj.Executor thirty-sixin township one;
. 30. 57. J fitW.
q SALE.BY Leon Circuit Cou.IN of said estate : ATTORNEY AT LAW thirteen, twenty-three tWfnffour. twtnt.fn.
virtue of the authority vested in me by hw CHAlCEY. July 17, IS17. 52 6m 8.; Qulncy, florida twenty-six, thirty-five t."nsli"
': ,. I have this,dy levie npon, and wi expose| to Creditor fill fur settlement of Ettate. Notice. i J:, WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden two ; and section one, two, nine, tfn. Idtwhf.
ul \ in
Attorney township three, of range eight.
..r pubic "Ie. in Iront Court in the county James E. Broome and other, for themselves and the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,
months after date, the Administrator of the Monticello! Jtffmon( Florida Section thirty-five and Ihirty.six, in township
: Wa"ula. State of Florida other creditors of A. M. Gatlm. Complainant, SIX County, and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.
teof William B. will six, of
On in next Kilpatrick.deceased attend the Circuit Courts the Middle November, IS 15. 19 tf range tWfhe. .
: Monday May
thejirst "
: of Choctiwhatchy
;; Fractional
Ins accounts and to the HonorableJudge WILL township west
; Sentinel .
present vOIher Ilrf.
R. Bcttnn.SarahA. Wife Executrix and of the County of Columbia of the
'i r between the u.ual, bour. the following pieces or lon.lis of Probate of Jefferson County and ask to be G copy.U. rivr."of range sisten.
of A. Gatlin, and ". Eastern Circuit.Florida.Monticello .
jurct-N of Land, tiz: 1. othfu. discharged as Administrator of said !Iale. S. MAIL Sections twenty-four twenly.five. twenty-six Ixi.,t number **, c'mtlmlns 474. arH. and known W 1IHREAt By a order made by his Honor July 17. 1 IS47.- fi'> Om August '.', 1S4C i thirty-five and township thiee.of rfS'

. :: :'. a.the Ri"tl Sur"fY. tccordiiij In the original sur- THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, on the lt December seventeen.
: '..1", try maJe by Asa llarlfield. :un'fyor.18 lots IS 17,in the above entitled cause,the under. DR. J. REESE'S Law Nolce.DROCKEXBROUG Township three, of range Ibirly.

number! 3'J, 40. 41. 42. 4:,4f.:l. 5j, :: 64), f''. 02, signed va* appointed, among other thing, to takean Lands appropriate by law for the use of schools,

.. : ,::, 6v. Hi, 70. 71. 7w), M I I. 82, *>:.I. 7, S, 14. account of what is due to Complainant for their LIVER &DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. & MAXWELL. military or ottu purposes, will b excluded fiv
:) Containing each 3<>0 artl; and known and described claims, and to nil other creditor of said A. M. Gat- { feeble ccnstilutions and those of se- the !ale!

... : by _lid numbers according to the original curacy tin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur. P dent an habits are often troubled with habitual ;1T)1 H. nROCKEN ROUGH return to The offering the land wi be r.mmfnm 0

.'. ..I! made by Al H All the above lots ol Land situated lyinzand ment to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper which they are advertised, with all convenient dispatch -
., st;; eecibe influence upon their general health, which i= particularly Middle Circ'iitand Jackson and Franklin Coun- b carried in TWO HORSE COACHES,
:. "'.
,' ;. fid of the XVAulla. River, blinl portion other public newspapers a rropr.for appetite. In tin system, this article Supreme and Federal Court Their time will Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 6 o'cok. P. M., arrive the sales I thus closed. no sale shall b kept
a ; i ii known a Forbes PurchM. levied upon a the creditors of Ihe said Alfred M. is confidently rfcmmtnde with the assurance devoted exclusively to the legal profession, b at Chattahoochie same days, P. M.. in open longer than Iwo weeks, and no private entry .f
I : the property of the Apalachicftla Land Company, in before him, and prove their debts on or before the that i if the d'l"e' properly adjusted 1 a not to claims against the Unile State, for the attentiveprosecution time to take the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave any of Ibe lands will be admite until alter tb expiration .
n.I and will be sold to satiaty l their State and County Tax first day of May next ; and that such ol the creditorswhoshill relied of the two "
l : move the bwel too actively, relief ma; b of ,, have been madein C.hattahoochieXVednesdaysand SundaysatlP. M., 'feh.
the of XVakulla. 'for the 1S4". not come in and prove theirdebts by the time arrangements Given under hand the of Washing
lor Year City
county upon any or even the least unpleasant con W hil ton. arrive at Quincy same days b o'clock.: P. M. Fare. my a
!: AHIJAII HALL. herr arorc.aid. shall be excluded the benefit of this de. sequences resulting from the use. of common purga. March 1 147. 31 00. T. D. WILSON, this twenty-thirdday of Otober. Anno Domini CM
.f'r' and tr-effieio Tax Collector cree; and that such person*, not parties to the bill, tive medicines usually resorted to. : S Proprietor.N. thousand eight hundred
Ii October l'!>. IS47. IS "ho shall come in before the lid Master to prove the President.
Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the B. Private conveyance can b procured at any By
their dtbs.! do. bef re they are director., Notce. JAMES K. POLt.
admite of lime.
preventive properties this medicine by using it on
.9;; Spanish Regalias. contribute to the complainant proportion of the first intimation of an approaching atack. Thereare SIX months after : present my final ac- November 6. IS-- 16 Sm RICHARD M. YOUNG,
O/"i JUST received per Brig Lucy and the expenses of this suit, to be nettled by the said some constitutions liate: to regular of and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probatein Commui"M the General Land Office.

.l..t ,000 f..rsalebyL. Ma ter." And it was also ordered, that I an accountbe Billions Fever almost every ; to such the ue of and for the County of Jffeuon. and apply' for a DR. J. S. BOND
t L.&II.C.REENI3ERC&CO.\ taken of all securities or collaterals held by the this medicine is f.l beginning to use it discharge as estate of Abram NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CL\UIAl'
(Jctoher3.1S17.( 15 ('dilor respectively and a report be made of Ihe rommfndt. Grantliarn late of said countv.deceased. his professional services to the citizens
by the middle of May cf June. OFFERS Every entitled to the r'git o. preempt1to
lume, and of the value of each." And it was also fr.t WILLIAM GORMAN. and the surrounding country. person .
.. ---- Those whosediges-'live organs are feeble olten ex within the the t wnship p.s
t ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories Monticello. ptemlter I IN, Is-Il.. 6m Office at Fi her'l Hotel. any bnt tmih
Cot t I'
I'r. Dr.J.H.Scales perience a sense of 'Inline, weight and oppression { parts o wni>!iir> aboTf i is repaired
: and produce all books and in 29. 4 : fnlmfutP
p : papers abut the stomach ant eating wil find this m -tli. ; t establish the same Io the tilttifn >f the Reg1
custody oath
or relating
.. power afford almost immediate Coffee. and Receiver of the proper and s k
J. L. Demil- before the said Master as the said Master shall di U. S. MAIL LINE Of(
loti'id at his old Room at
; :j WILL be ." Ladies near their confinement ofte'i suffer from BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE pay ment therefor as soon as practicable aft cv suit,
i. |I' Curding House during the *1 n ain- ret therefore all heartburn and costiveness: to such this article i is '0 M' d.,. Rio do. this notice, and b'orf' the day appointed 'for theroBV

:. j Irr in' ., unless when professionally enJ" f.- r"w. A. M. persons hereby claiming in to be credit highly recommended, as it can be used without, the : (Ii,. Linira; do. mencement of public sale of Ihe lands." em Vr r
.' |I'r. S. havinz jut rfli"th larnesupplv" said order tid, Gata produce are their: ,claims pursuance and the of least danger,and wit boreal benefit. In sick or nervous : Just t received and for sale by cin? the tract claimed; otherwise such claim .
f material appertaining to his profession i* now headache it invaluable. forfeited.
q r I' vouchers in thereof, and all collateral and is Sept. 1". IM7. y LLOYD & FLAGG. b
't to perform any operotion with neatness and tllport This arucle b' found to act as a pie sint cordial RICHARD M. yotSG.Coni. .
: l.i; Irt'IIue securities therefor, before me, at my in Tallahassee wil
the most 1 ofcI and the and at the ,
is | on apl'ro"fIIIAls. restoring appetite f the General Land Ifitt-
within the time limited in and *. .
1 !. .. October Ifi. IM7. 13 otherwise comply with the provisions sid of the same, same time fulfilling every intention that thc common 1)11. C I. UtSTISG. From Tallahassee to Macon. November l,47. Ifi I3wV.
.. are intended to effect. Ititputely SURGEON DENTIST

t:' :I j. Kerseys, Groceries, &c. that they this may third be admitted day of December"alie. to the D.said 1'suit.4'. dall.purgatives and, when ued according to the directions vff-, permanently located in Quincy,,Florida, Troll in forty-tieo hours from Tallahassee t. I?!. MAiLT1N, t
Date found an valuable article,especially to those HAVING three Commission and Forwarding Nerchii
tenders and to days,
; C \SF XFGRO KERSEYS, SIMON TOXVLE Mwter. his services to the publicin C/al"lufl1
,. ; 0 1 0 cases Q'. RU'lt Bingani, a fine article, December 4, JM7. 2 Speca afflicted General with Dvpepsia, Derangement of the Liver the various branches of his profession. From his in time'to tae on 104 Povdras street.NEXVORLEANS .
. h IJn.lerwood' Pickles, or Debility. experience and in practice he feels assured .\ rll thtfolth day. LA.flUYING. .
f Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, IUC(1 Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, f
'S. Lobsters, of being able to please those who may patronise him. THE SELLING RECEIVING.
Pcklel PrejMred Cocoa Notice Georgia and for sale by appointment atE Dr. B. refers the public to and Fridays, at 4 o'clock. A. M.. 13 WARDING, attended to with promptness*

. BARNARD Jr's., XV. T. STOCXTOW, Dr. J. M. W. and arrive in Macon(via Quincy, Bainbl idle, Newton Ravens TO
Currant given to all that sis DUIDI1.Gtn.
.1e n. Sauce Jely., IS months hereby alter dateI shall person present account Drug Store. TalabaM. Cot. C. H. DUFOJIT, Dr. R. E. LITTLC. Albany Americus and Perry) on Tuesday, J.ioW.. ARGTLC, LATHAM & BAsal,

1 M."tnd.lYIt Vllr superior) and vouchers Io the Hon. Judge of my Probate in and DANIEL LADD Office opposite Ihe M. E. Church. Ladies wailed Thursis. and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M., in A. BCSTWICK. S. S. SlBLXT.

'$ .j White XVine Vinezar.I for the County of Jtferon.and apply for a discharge Monrkflo. on at their residence as usual. cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on December 3,1S45. 20

Oil, the estate of Anna Brooks, September 11, 1817. 8 Monda)., and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A
amp dito.
in Tallahassee Thursdays
M. and
oo Tuesdays.
t' (very fine,) late of said County arriving
4 Young !, Agent Thomas Notice.QIX .
Gunpowder do. Black ditto, deceased.JAMES R. BROOKS. fo county,Georgia. Notice. and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line
r. ; May 27.147. 44 with the Central Rail Road. Au months after date I shall aceoonf*
connects present ey
Newcastle from Ro .
S Now receiving per Brig ton. Jefferson County, Oct. 30,1647. 15 Gm Snnnh.
{ month after date,I shall accounts O
present Probates
; GEO.H.MF'.GINNLSS.October30 QIX my gust;. Milledgeville and Western Collmbus and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ol
." Ri
1 IS47. <;. Lad for Sale. O and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in Ga. It also connects with Mai Line Jefferson county, and apply for letters .! dismiss'

,.; : J Goods. undersigned will sail his settlement LAND and for the County of Jeffrln. and apply' for a discharge From Quincy to Chattahoochie, and Apa as Administrator on the estate of Henry FeWbtffr

: Fancy T where he now resides, 11 miles South-east ol. a wait of the estate lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to late of Jefferson county deceased.

NEW STORE. flADRILLE P DE SOlE Black Gro. de Rhine. Talaha""ee. on Lake Erie, applied (or SOOD.M be of Everett XVhitelate of said County' deceased. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be HENRY GREENBERG Adal-

I \J Plain and Embroidered Mouslin de Lainei, to his place on Sopchoppj. This f. BEATTY. spent on Ihe road between Tallahassee and Macon. October 16, 1847. 15 6aNotice.

GEORGE II. MEGINNISS Satin striped Cashmere, plaid spun Silks, settlement contains 43 J acres, 200 of it is cleared Monticello, July 3, 187. SO 6m The public may rest assured that every attention willbe

:J. i TS now receiving and opening at the store next door French Ginlbam., Ill tar Plaids and in good order. There is a comfortable dwetng. paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis .

. L to Mr. )Burner'", a Ifncrf assortment ol' goods Scarf ., Egyptian and Regency Lace, with convenient out houses, negro quarter Negro Clothing, Line. A LL are hereby forewarned from tr$9
. ,. consisting of DRV GOODS HARDWARE.GRO- Collars,trimmed and untrimmed, This land produces .fine crops I'ny1 Und in this FARE: J\ to David Redd by
: ; ;: (''ERICS, fee., fcc.( which be will sell at lb. very Linen Cam. Hdkf French Kid Gloves, section of country and is unslupuad' bj an110r 50 PIECE Kerseys 50 do. Plains 2 do. Lin From T.nahaS to Quincy.$ 50; to Bainbridge, hold tar his a NOTE for payable near the amount, and be ellt

"' |lowest stices. Ladies and Misl pun Silk Goye. outlet and fine range, and unequalled for frame and ley, Lowell Osnaburg.,5 Virginia do., $3 : toAlbaji-/U, ndloMacon, $22. to papers The note is due the first ofBnaJ
.v Octobe3J,1S47.: 15 GtW1A Gentlemen printed L. C. article, fine fishing. A.there may be no Jewing, 1 wistatt .*> bales 4-4 Domestics 5 do.7-8 Dmelics. 3 dn. WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietors. exchange.and a5t1d in February last. 1 willwt|>sy l*
: : Do. Scirf and Cravats, the very lowest price (that I will take, do., 10 bales Negro blankets' '3 cs rego shots, By JOHN M. VAR.Agent. next, ule.. compeUedbylaW.

i: ;: : 'S BALSAM OK WILD' (or Now receiving per Brig Carryl 'end Emeline, and per acre, and I better bargain cannot be bad in Fo wool hats and caps. Just received sale by fo-: Office at the Planter's TlnahU. uid note, LLOYD.

l CHEY. (or sale low by H. 'MmINNIS. rida. J. H. S. F. BURNEV. E.BAILEY,Agent; at Maj. Quocr. December 18, 1847. 22

r r Ftbnurj,20,1847., j 31 .'AE. October 30, IS 17. 15 t Janctry i, 1843. 21 8t September :, IS 4.7. 10 July 17, 1847. 33

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