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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 7, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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of the meeting was stated action to be,of to the take llousdRe.te.etLku into BY SBLEY & DYKE. E FL VOL XIX-NO. 3. ..0 i acma.taw arN.We risk oate'other,' I
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consult opon what overleap all constiotiooal barriers, all consid.erationsof the whole body politic. A committee of nine security there, for southern rights is rudely they have .both ptifie*a the north vxailting t our right*;
and to Toe for c.cert.anif I
Slavery generally ; upon our safety, and convert our South, accordingly raised, and their tornaway. In this whole struggle we actedintbedefenceandbeleyjte offend urlongforbearsncehasbeenwiatalen proposrUoo .iBjenf ourselves
South take member
it would be proper for the to w for physical weakness and timidity; and our humble upon this momentous all otkef
step for the purpose oi era country into one wide field of desolation Chairman, Mr. Pinckney, of South Carolina, ; 21st rule would submission to a long series of have impressed will meet W vpOdb01 Tec sOfjngth

in the present ber institutions emergency from Northern in. and misery. This is no rhetorialouris" made a most elaborate argument sustaining always stand a onf protection. When that them with the coO that wrong they ca x OU ppitt dian,the fa, aspiratiosj e I

protecting or idle declaration is so of the doctrines of the resolutions recommended fell oar prospects for protection from the gov. and v*will olty. &t Wilmot pyi hicun will not favor a movement, p.

soil and aggression. our condition, forced upon us by the action of at the end of the These res ernment fell with it ; Ibo abolitionists with i i. the jrrebUc political and physical death ; would merge Southern men into ia big Wr combiottioa
The meeting was then addressed in an able, repor. and if we have.not the than mere and wol effectually busy the mao 1
their thousands of andirt t ri psry.
and effective manner by Messrs. John our northern brethrn. 6 To prove this, let -substantially affirm that Congress nurbr rapidly and dai. tune, when oar domestic corc 8 who lob to "spoils.* rwa. It will he doonnced >.
spirited D. H. Mays, Dr. Westcott, Col. facts be submitted to a cndi world. has no constitutional authority to interfere : ly increasing, by press, money and votes palpably neither will we when emancipation by all tins class of politician,.s .Ut o Mi

Coleman, ) by Mr. In the early days of our biltor when thirteen with slavery! in the States ; and it would be inexpedient luccede 1 producing an overwhelming in. enarr. imbecility will frrcourape the coarse, a other, may. hOt, oppose k pongroanii
and
Butler] (by special rques of Cal colonies of the crown determined to interfere with slavery in the upon the two great political pries of t new acts aggression,and &UM ca we shall! o To se *it j.i so" I
Jefferson county, upon necessity a u. to liberate themselves from the Columbia and that for the purpose the nab, and ( them to unite a easy prey t our desYn ficient to say we ask 00 ease to ulfad orasai. hi I
nion of parties at the South in the present emergency. vassalage Dsric ; orce In the precedingpages ofthi we think we principle*-we only ask ( a .I pertte
andfinaUy ing the only had erected in Congress o
of that domestic servitude then tranquility to the mind we pp
After on motion the following government, restoring public have deronsred. la Te inconceivable the more gforiow end noble undertaking o saving"
whic formed no obstacle to the cardinal union and arresting the agitation subject against their machinations. The abolitionists growth altioism. 2d. Their triumphant com odntry [sum the horrors of.
were adopted : Diti
Preamble action of the last co-operation of these Colonies into a confederation ail petitions, papers or propositions relating to in fact have become the balance of progress Congress ; a 3 Their actual control Un&mityof Shen mttt i UM .
WHEKEAS., the Congress States, for their joint, common wel slavery in any way should be laid upon the power party" in the northerif state, ant exercise of the two political parties north,-and hence Ie a ron.csanet e11'a crime,(a the
"
the ProTis" conclusively the of the Wilmot in the of resisting
open Wilrnijt and ftrrdominating influence in state passage proviso 10u8 purpose loer arr.do Cone"
that the fanatical opposition slavery fare and defence. This union cooperationformed table without any farther action whale'tr.The Representative With these fact in sion. conciliation and i a

pr\CI has long prevailed in the t nonslave- on such :basis, carried us successfully result of this proceeding did not justify and national elecions. It cannot be disguised the face and ringing within our ears," atrnl us pause for enough, an have yile nothing but accaiMlated 4
which s and triumphantly through the war of the Revolution the confident predictions of its friends and advocates that they are now, from their numbers and a moment to contmpla how emancipation i* to b wrong R SaBe firm and
of this Union has in. inj.
holding States now and laid the foundation of that vast republic on the contrary it verified the apprehension position, a great and powerful party-and have effected, and consequences to us. united and that,too,by moe.will change a
creased to such an extent, and the acknowledged now extending from Maine to Texa.Wben of a few gallant spirits, who refused to acquired that station which enables them to We lay it down as a uioa.that emancipation can the who'e character of the contest,an place as open
abolition have so numer. only be effected in thr way: by the voluntary surrender a position of safety
;
grown dictate terms to those who bid for their '
that semblance party of and regard independence was achieand we vote at all, because they saw in these resolutions votes. ofthe slaveholder,by the slaves themselves,or Agitation began at the North I Is still' prosecuted .
oos, that respect our station among the nations of the an admission of the jurisdiction of Congress The two great parties, democrats and whigs, by tho government. It will never b done by opera there and shall we (ol our inn an i ib fatal slumber
and Southern
fo Southern Institutions, rights ame of at the north,have succumbed to this third tion ofthe first AH appeals! the slaveholder until in nurfst .
we were scarcely four millions over the subject of and new par. prpsto t we w.k up \ rD' Such a crtsn*
for justice and for the Constitution, which baLeretofre earh po Ilaver. in to without compensation nil apathy, we. such danger
pIe since that time we have spread encouragement ty-are deeply engaged a disgraceful competition relnquilh hs ebyit. a
been kept up in Congress and else: ; grounds tb for the will utterly The whole history of emancipation would a*worthy of chain and manacle Na I
will of this third
States and twen these fanatic had received good party ; rene t
republic twenty-eight I Hitherto agitators,
where by I and Northern great in Europe America have exhibited few instances human can change the condition of Southern slavery
NorherSCtesen of souls. The and patriotsof other countenance from Congress, than and in .the race political ascendancy home where have with their
is
entirely laid ty-millions rages no men property and it most continue to exist precisely u i ,
Politicians now aide
., ba and Northern the Revolution were imlmcd! with a proud merely to receive their petitions, but they then they trample under foot their former plighted upon any other consideration than value received. or the expulsion or emterminttron of o o the races .
Wbigs ancNorthern
by both parties, and lofty love of country ; thp states were all advance another step, and the doors of Congress faith and ancient promises. The constitution .0 I long a the south has a fruitful soil and yield the will folIos The two races cannot live together sa "
Democrats are now openly conten. and richest agricultural productions of the all attempts equals-it never been the case and never wiU be. i
the of the south the eah .
the harmonyof
regarded them as and hence in thrown to them tbe same peace safety ,
by are ,
equals open upon
have done most towards would be abortive Let who is husbaml brother .
ding which at emancipation any man a father or sshimself .
crr'ingon of the Constitution of the United States the conditions and the Union are all to be jeopardised to win yolunta .
the infamous war, hich is adoption terms, upon same upon as an attempt change the son in its course. Oni if he would b willing to rein the black j
institution bing the slave population were allowed rcprescnta. the same equality as to all < ther legitimate abolition votes and influence. As undeniable happiness,our interat our conscience and our habit as his equal in tbeee lia relations; his answer every
Southern
on That the territories tion three-fifths in Congress. (See Constitution petitioners. In fact, the Abolitionists regard proof of this fact we point to their union and all confirm and oar to our institutions ; body knows wok b never nevec. never! Look at 1t

Be it therefore resolrcd States the U. S. Art. 1, Sec. 2d.) By this Constitution it as a great triumph, and to them and their co-operation in repealing the 21st rule, and and never can abolition become our choice until everything this subject any way you please! ,and it is surrounded Ji
of the United belong to that characterises is with difficulties and fyterrd IB* ..
se\er. now us a people originating by '
still to the of the bare
al States composing tl/is Union, and are held adopted in 1"7, i is also expressly principles it was so, in all its practical bear ,more, disgraceful passago forever. Unwise and fanatic a altionill. are, vile spirit of abolitionismViewed a a naked question 4
that fugitive sa'es, escaping from one It stimulated and their Wilmot proviso in the House of Representa- do i
them their joint and common property. I provided ings. invigorated not expect to accomplish purpose this way. property or a one of Constitutional right emaneipttion -
by a "That the a. State to another shall be delivered up on hands ; their societies arose everywhere, almost tires by almost the unanimous northern vote. Nor would they be more successful by appealing to can only b effected in cpnvulswn of'

RI1\e Congress of the States a joint of this claim of the party to whomsuchservice is due." like magic, and by the next session.of Such an outrage perpetrated in the face oldie the slave themselves if unaided by the government blood ao carnage.. treachery o(some. the tlm
\ constitutional of the They have already tried this plan by their public meetings idity some, and the cautious prudracc of other
and inalienable
See Con. 4 A salutary and rights
) provision so had doubled their
make law or do ( ,ar. spc.2. Congress, they ranks lectures and have
Union, has no right to any publications sionstbey may still r to meet Northern unanimity
act whatever, that shall directly or by its I and just, has been rendered nugatory by swelled their petitions into thousands. This south was the result deliberate calculation manieste the warmest zeal and sympathy for the by Souther comen pusillanimity! and to take counsel of
any effects make discrimination between the tho state legislation and judicial decisions at fatal measure concession, introduced ice bya politicians to secure the aid of" the balanceof man, and endeavored t inculcate the doctrine truckling submission rather than of manly action.- I

this any Union which of them the north. Southern man, iustead of diminishing the power party" in the north. It was with that it was meritorious for the slave to cut his maeter'i :: That although every breeze tbat blow from the Northis

States of of its by full and equal any right in Such was the spirit of our ancestorsin framing evil of Abolitionism, added fresh fuel to the them merely a game upon the jw'.itical'! chess throat, and in a thousand different incited this tainted with the poison of abolition, and the little \ :
shall be deprived board-and race to rebellion and inlretio. All these effort* cloud not bigger than a man's hand bu spread over
like all other
Territory of the United States acquired or the Constitution ; the men who periled raging element, and spread higher and broader gambling operations, continued without intermission for lenrl years,hay the whole horizon. sod threatens to break over our r
to any be acquired.I I their lives and fortunes for their common country I the flame of incendiary fanaticism. Every the object was to ton, even at the hazard of ruin signally(aile to disturb the happy and contented con head in a storm gloom and misery : that although l

Resolved "That the enactment of law and who laid the chief corner stone" of successive session of Congress witnesseda to others. Te Wilmot proviso proclaims dition of race,under the mild and patriarchal rle every manifestation religious and political indicates
any that be in future that at the South. An attachment and the settled of the North and has :
its effects this Nojealousies were then felt by renewal violent excitement and agitation slavery prohibited any prevails strong purpose alieady actually
which should or by deprivethe rephlic sincere has between master and slave crashed and Into dUd all former I
dircty. the the no anathemas of these In 1839 I territory annexed to this Union. Insolent degrading grown up an ground our
out
citizens any oftke States of this Union south growing proceedings. although it is the lot of no human bens t b perfectly peaceable grounds of defence-vet, in spite of this '
from emigrating with tjicir property into any were then hurled against a the" accursed" as usual, for several >ears past at the opening I and humiliating a this proviso was to satisfied with his condition the man knows array of facts,some men will still oppose Southern n

of the Territories of th* U. States, will make of Go and man ; no invocations were then of every session Congress, abolitionists the whole south, it received nearly the entire that be is better clad better fed,and more affectionately deliverance. Such men are to be found in every age. :

such discrimination and would therefore be a I to Congress by organized societies and again renewed their mischievous efforts, with northern vote ; and thus for the first time since regarded by his superior's than any other laboring whose temperaments and dispositions lead them to .

and the of combined fanatics to sow the seeds of dissension increased zeal andenergy. The south, seeingall the organization ofthe government theji/ri population, those of our own country excepted. Our submit to any wronir perpetrated under semblance of .v
: violation of the constitution, rights own vigilance and police aided by the Uw and authority. To them our appeals will be vain: .
the State from which such citizens emigrated among us by false and artful appeals to their former resistance to this evil, pro.caborive diction of Congress over the sujec of slavery faithful attachment of our rglations., always prevent but to the sturdy men of Southern birth, and South i
; the people of the free states. These and fully conscious of the danger of wa claimed and exercised. A war was then mischief this Past has fearful .
and in derogation of that perfect equality outrages any serious way. experience ern feeling. out appvils will not be lost. The |
which belongs to them as members of this U- upon our rights never entered into the hearts pcrpefualagilaion upon a subject of such del. pending with a neighboring republic, and it convinced the abolitionists that neither of these mOles: progress of abolition the love of our native soil, and

and would tend directly to subvert the of the pure aud upright men of the revolution. icacy and importance, assumed higher ground was notorious that upon the establishment 'of can effect their object-and hence their exertions and of oar helpless offspring*call upon us to meet the e-
flog And under the fostering care of the Constitution and after various propositions, amendments audresolutions peace a large accession territory a indemnity energies are directed to the governmcut. Their successful msrgency like freemen-and on our bead be the ..
Union itself. strides where we had a right to expect protection blood which our Cure, our indifference or treachery B.
fundamental aided by the old spirit of 70, we succeeded in passing the celebrated must accrue to the United Slalts. Southern
Resolved, "That a principle go have been of such a character a to cause eyer niT cause to flow. .
a have to most powerful nation of 21st rule afterwards the 23th. Mr. 'V. officers and soldiers had manfully mingledin l alarmed and .
in our political creed, that a people in grown b southern man to be dismaye If the time ha* not Already come when we must
constitution have the unconditional the globe, possessing within ourselves all thecombined Cost Johnson was the author of this resolution, the strife, and offered their blood and lives moment there are abou three .laf in the unite and say to our pursuers "thus far sbsk them to ,

forming a and the Government which advantages of strength, wealth and which was only an act of single justice to the to the honor of their common country. In all United States, with annual increase of 70,000, and and no (farther"it never will come; and re soIely".; ;'j
right to form adopt their value would amount to something like ten hundred the qiftticn. are ready .for emincip-. .
Under such of unparalleled : the glorious battles and victories which have repeat you
prosperity. auspices South and inflicted the north
they may think best calculated to secure their no wrong upon ; millions of dollars. The value of this annual tion T Choose now between resistance and safety,
liberty, prosperity and happiness, and that in greatness and happiness, growing out of and as long a it continued in force allayed been fought and won in Mexico, southern men increase would b about 124,0,0-1 that to or submission and ye death 1 '

thereto no other condition is im. the blessings of a free government with a writ. the fears and irritation of our people. I wasa have had a large share-and although Con. emancipate them gradually year' require Which was received and unanimously iJopted..; _.' .; I f-

posed conformity by the federal constitution on a State in ten compact, to restrain one section from violating boon however, of to much justice to us and gress has solemnly convenanted to every so!. a annual appropriation of nearly $ ,OO After which, Oen. John S. Brooms offered the twO i r.
the of another there dier campaign 160 acres of without taking into account the expense oCraurtini following reolutiovswhichwerunanimonstyadopted. ; t.
admitted into this Union rights was c\ a few winters it was repealed and we serving one year
order to be exceptthat ago U.
The
them from the country. government Ketolttd, That we recognize in Cot Bcirrow. t'
its constitution shall be Republican, and ery prospect that we should long be a conten. were again exposed to the mercy of Abolition. land, yet this proviso renders the bounty nugatory with all its despotism and consolidated S. Senator from Miseouti a traitor to the South, a f
led and united people. These just expectations ists. From this brief of to them and virtually expels them from the slaves pwer. slavishpzsionoenvyandhstred.whkhbechezisbesf.ovbvv "
that the imposition of any other by Congresswould summary Congressional did not venture to emancipate thir deserter from her standard a victim to the ,
not only be in violation of the constrtnU I have not been realized, the Sout has re. history, U will be .seen, that from 1836to the soil their valor ha helped t acquire. test India subjects wiht some compensation i }
the Justice are all set aside the owners. And government, professing most and honored son, an unscrupulous ,
bat in direct conflict with the pcatedly felt partial legislation Congress 1839, the South maintained a decent ap. equality honesty distinguished r 1.
principle higher justice, and haring less power o( the executive chair in 1853 and a ; ,
on in favor of other ..ecions.oOur submission to opposition, in self-defence against (mark you this) for the purpose of ingratiating prncple. intriguant for
o which our political system rests. pan divine to deprive us of our property without I statesman eminent abilities abandoned to the vilest 1-
AND WTTEREAS, The foregoing resolutions successive injuries, our patience under of tbcir assailants. From 1839 favor with the abolitionists.Gross compensation. Could the government pay for passion of nature. .

express fully our.views of the powers conferred wrongs have characterized our deep devotionto up to this time, we have lost ground at every and outngrous as this wrong is.viewed imply this amount property It is physically impsiblf. Resolve, That we recognize in Jon C. CtHOC .! j;
by the federal constitution, in I the Union. step, while the Abolitionists have added I an ict injustice it sinks into utter vuifntfictnee and the attempt would dissolve the able statesman the honest patriot and faithful defender .
upon Congress when writhed with other consideration* which it of the We have failed South is laid i ,
Our endurance of minor grievances hne course government. no t Southern rights; and that the I ;
until walk into Con.
regard to the territories now belonging to, or may strength to strength they it involves. I U the ahlolutt juridscl m present these facts to our northern brethren we have under increased obligations to him for the noble xtand ,
to be acquired by the United States, therefore caused and influenced our Northern brethrento gres!, and issue their edicts there. Our opposition which Congress his assumed'fK4Zft subject of 1lplorr them by the memory of the past to le us which he has taken in her defence,for which we hereby .

attempt the perpetration another e\'i, be.j I our resistance, our energies have ever slavery-a power which all parties hare heretofore dw,1 together in peace, and permit the Union to re tender him the homage of our gratitude and love. I rOn
Resolved, That we the people of Madison fore which all others fall into utter insignificance day grown weaker while our opponents \ di"d.um"1!. and never before exercisM. It has as a our revolutionary sire bequeathed it to qs.We motion, it was then resolved! That the proceedings 1 .
assembled without and which to us inrH'eslife and death. rapidly risen, fn and strength and when : 8um< : which no longer admits doubt ; and have shewn them that aluf'8 co-existent of this meeting be forwarded to the papers o( r
In Mass meeting power
county Need allude to Abolition, I the defence which the south regarded a their strong- with the history of mankid. ad was recognised Tallahassee fur publication, with a request to the pa- I .'
we scarcely we of cried the infamous Wil.
distinction of parties, denounce the action ta. say many us peace I i rut fortrll. of legitimate protection under the government der the Old and dispensations, and pen of the state to copy the same.
ken by the House of Representatives of the and its kindred alliances. A brief history of mot Proviso" is suddenly I sprung upon us, and.I hal been wantonly destroyed, and I.f us sleeping that Christ and his Apostles had sanctioned it and Then, on motion, the meeting adjourned true die. !

29th on 6 Wilmot's Proviso, a being the rise and progress of Abolition in the Congress aiiis to overwhelm us in degradation and upon a volcano that will surely ur upon us laid dow rles for the believing master and believing R. G. MAYS, Chairman.A. 'ii.
Cngss uvurpation of whol. of the U. States and Abolition Societies disgrace. In intimate connection with this with all the horrors of terible convulsion! unless .la*e. We have contrasted the superior religious G. WiLCca, Secretary. < .
a power I in the Northern States will furnish the highest is the of the rise timely averted by our own vigilance and unity. Iiatory and civil privilege slaves to the free black ppultion
and subversive Congressional history history
-
J lj without constitutional warrant, raise their it -
and past experience warning of the north, and that servitude I
provisions of that instrment and, evidence of the danger to which we are I progress and rapid extension abolition societies and proclaim to us that the individual or nation who the couth wa far less galling to the laborer a tl than inuiy Curious Matte of smoking in Afrit.-..The ;

as sch o te an of rights the exposed, and the absolute necessity of some in the northern states. The New England long KuHiuit to insult and aggression ultimately lose part of Europ. We have held up to them the Caffirs arc a more temperate and far superior t trace
infringement decisive moVemont on our part. formed in Id32 their spirit of resistance and, become passive slaves tooppression. constitution of these St.tf a* the drink
be submitted to anti-slavery society, was Unte to the Hottentots ; they rarely to !
slaveholding States a cnnot and diseases in of the I
bringing disgrace and ruin upon our. Previous to the year'31, nothing was knownof and was the first society), oftbe kind in Amer. their beginning. Small are easily injuries remedied simple by timely resistance whole common country inheritance, and and them that protection the ruin and intoiication, but are in the habit of smoking ;

selves.I agitations ; a few harmless and peaceable ica..and consisted of 1 persons. In 1833, allowed to progress from one grade to an- resolution of both woul ware if the abolition mania that pernicious weed called dacca, a kind of i ,

Resolved, That the institution of Quakers had anterior to this time occasionally the New York anti slavery society was formed, other, under a temporising treatment, they become mras not arrested. wild hemp which stnpifies them, and is said to 1 j
sa\'cr
whether an or not, a subject petitioned Congress in general terms and consisted of 24 men and women. A convention inCurable and death ensue }Oelow-itilens,now is To all these appeal to their justice and magnanimity produce consumption. The Bechuanaj also

Congress evi no right or i authority to act, and against slaver}'-they were, however, s few abolitionists- met at Philidelphia, on the accepted time, when we hae means in ou to their love ofthe Union,to all these facts,to all smoke this weed ; and one of their modes of .
of successful and peaceful remedy against these have turned a deaf ear- .
a they
its interference with this subject we deem an and far between a to excite no feeling on the the 4th December, 1833 and forme the great own the poison hant of abolitionism if we permit this occasion The argument remonstrances i is exhausted and henceforth we must doing so is singular enough. Two holes, the ;

usurpation of power, and an insult to the whole public mind. In 1831 abolition sentiment American anti-slavcry society, boldly proclaimed to pass away without one unite effort on our look to ourselves or peritk like cowards. The question size; of the bowl of a tobacco pipe, are made ,

Southern people to be no longer tolerated. first began to manifest itself in Con. and announced their purpose ; that pan history may record that people comes to us in tones of thunder, are we ready in the ground, about a foot apart. Between

Resolved, That a dye .respect to the duties propr, although no societies had then been all slaves should be instantly set free without ." You have seen the .mal beginning of for emancipation ? Are we ready to see the torch these a small stick is placed, and clay moulded .
of requires at the hands of formed in America. Mr. John Quincy Adams compensation to their that the paths abolitionitm in 1832, and the mighty torrent into and the faggot Ipplie V>dwellings! are we ready n'erit. The stick is then withdrawn ; Jeu- j ;
alf-pr&O owner. which they have swollen in a few yer.-falt over- to see our, despoiled and butcb-
the ,a surrender of pas political one of the most dangerous and powerful )preferment, of wealh. of intelligence helming public opinion at the north, and merging red before our eves 1 daughters are we to give our blo rig a passage connecting the two holes, into : t tone

differences, and a hearty union and co-p of all the abltioniat although bedildaimstbe should be as widely opened to them, as to persons it t their peculiar doctrines ;you have seen how they tl fatten our fields, and' ray*our flesh to(e up of which the requisite material and a light j.I Iti.
eration in the defence Southern name at presented a petition for of a white coraplcxtion.". And to effect have entered into your national legislature, and in on t Or are we by an ignominious introduced ; and the smoking commences : t
Resolved. for the purpose striking to abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia. these purposes, they pledge tbemsch'rs"inorganizoanti.alavcry their onward course have driven both ofthe great parties der of our native prpre to submit our necks tote bj a the members of the party each in turn lying

the earth tb Tat spirit of abolitionism, I He th-avowed his opposition to the prayer societies every where," this influence o(the north exerted into their in Congress embrace and; you compelling nave seen a yoke last resting and basely desert of ourfathera the boes!of oar Are birth we willing and- : on his ace on the ground, inhaling a J f

and for the protection of the institution of sla. of petitioners, a did also all the Northernmembers "to send forth agents to remonstrate, warn and retraction of the only {legislative barrier between us the to see all that place endears us t life savagely and re- deep whif and then drinking some water'ap. : !

very, as now the Southern States of about that period. In 1834, these rebuke," to .circulate periodicals and and these fanatics; nay you have seen this Congress tonelessly torn from us, or bnishe to a foreign i parently to drive the fumes downward. During !

this Union,and for the defence of our constitutional petitions increased in numbers, and assumed I"to enlist the pulpit and press," to trcts. of the United States no't only refuse to continue in land to wear out an existence misery and derd- this process their eyes water and grow ; +

rights and privileges upon this subject, a bolder tone-still however confining themselves churches of the sin slavery,""and to ericour- force negative rules it inflict adopted for act our of protection the vilest but tion. .Speak ye tomb choice.of"the Thank revolution God,there for i is yetleft II enflkraed, they cough bark, rand resemble l
and all former distinctions a general rule to abolishing slavery the labor of freemen rather than that of you have: seen zpontirc ag- can proclaim our rianacs. Their pipe confidently be' :
we forget forgive pry a age pu,ion and by one blow strip us of every hope from one peaceable and effectualremedy that may ave may pronounced i I
and political differences vel, in the District of Columbia; and it was not slaves, by giving preference to their produc- that quarter. us from the deplorable effect of emancipation, awe as economical a one as'any yet invented I i

and unite upon one common ground as Southern until 1836 that this subject assumed a character tions." The poison from this moment spread The constitution, faith, equality, justice appeal t all southern men,of all prif.to {Life in the WSderneu '

pledging ourselves one to an. I and complexion serious and alarming to with unparalleled rapidity, and as early as the have all been g propitiate abolitionistsThe .- une more effort to save and serve conn-

&i no man fyr political office unless the people of the South. Abolition Societies month of 1ay,1834.following,they amountedto new and startling formidable fact cannot kind of be abolitionist hid Irom our have rye arisen that a try. toogreaS It has been for well party aid. *nd that thi there.surely a leone some which que" It 2s gratifiying to learn, by ihe last accounts, t

he be true to the South; on the subject ofaner bad then been organised in all the northern sixty soieties. By October 1835: they had -more daagerous because more powerful than those tion rises above all party CODldlo an sinks other Constantinoplethat:by,th frank and I.I.from

states, and newspapers Had been set up to multiplied to three hundred societies, and by who avow the name ; they are to be found in Congressand issue*into bubble &emp a. emphatically manly conduct of.our Minister resident

,That I Committee of sixteen beappo3 disseminate their opinions and abominable December of the next year to 350. Many of the state legislatures. oflhe north-and in their ike t.t wit us ; upn hang out The future Hon. Dabney S. Carr, the United- t&tel"&re' it

t prepare a address to the people doctrines-while they sent cart loads of petitions these societies contained 4000 members, and character legislators the South.have infce the defpa one injure north hops pac lor ro u of one a,fo to wit life.,union in markedandhighestimationbytbiOdoaiin ,

of Florida,and our fellow citizens of the South to both Houses of Congress, in which scarcely one of them fell below 50, so that bya wrong to upon another i il i always easy : and if the Cngrf' and concert among ourselve Whatever difference Government. On a recent occasion tie Grand

generally, embodying the'sentiments of the emancipation was claimed as the right and moderate calculation, it may I.f assumed of the United States claims and exercises pmecr opinion may prevail there upon other subject,opim Vizier gave Mr. Carra magnificent entertainment I

foregoing preamble and resolutions, and soliciting duty of those bodies. The mails were loaded even at this early period of their history, they to restrict slavery to certain Ivundarie*, how long the Wilmot proviso they agree and hnoni.e.- ,by order oftbe Sultan. Tie Minuter 4

their co-operation with us in the adop with inflammatory and incendiary publications numbered from 100,000 to 125,000 members. will it b bfor the power i ia claimed of nwnT the 2emattetjHitim Now if these people impelled aside all by no alliance auh moio.and untiring exertions to secure thejcomajerce and 1 Ibe
If the by ym- which move us,can lay party I
tion of a similar or some other policy, and directed over the whole southern country. I' In 1838, they bad 1500 societies, averaging of anti-slavery abolitionilt..e feeling ffeted result feeling and present an unbroken phalanx upon citizens of his country from vexation or 1

I purpose of our mutual protection.In Our people took the alarm and met in primary 100 in'idual to each society, and were then pathy which no man could have believed possible year party a question which them i ia only a abstraction an oppression have been crowned with success,.

t compliance with the last Resolution, the usembles denouncing these proceedings and growing rate of one society or 100 members ago our knowledge of human nature teaches us soon in which they have bY no real tangible And not less fortunate have been his efJ'ortto :1

t Chairman appointed a Committee consisting indignantly denied I jurisdiction of Congress, a day. That was nearly ten years ago, I to expect an attempt to cr out their ulterior design how much more should reason teach us, who are ac- protect the various religious mia.Jonland their

of S. U. Bailer, John S. Broome, R. W. while they demanded that sora* demonstration and although we have no correct means of ascertaining emancipation.of thing U so nearer long have to our we tint: in defence of our homes and firesides, t b uni agents, and families from,the oppression ,of ,
Farramore R- G. Mays John Lu- should made these abettors of evil. their increase and numbers from doors than many us apprehend te this .ubject and Armenians. Indeed II
Cleman, b against been harrassed by this question that our vigilance is '. *sk you then, fellow-citizens, democrats and the Turk Greeks I
Otis Church, Thomas Lngon AdoniramBaum Our delegation in Congress raised their war. that time, ve may reasonably set them down lulled, and the encroachment upon our inatitutionahave whigs, to laj aside for the time your party divisionsand it I would seem that every .application of our
B. C. Pope, J. Thomas ning voice to their northern associates, and in round numbers at 300,000 or 400,000 members proceeded A stealthily and at such a distance. join your hinds and heart in this great measure Minister to the Court to ss'Mchlse; is accredited ;

Benjamin Ewars S. B. Rich shewed them the imprcticbityof emancipation ; :well drilled and disciplined corps who from us that we )have become to indifferent to the of Southern deliverance ; here is common ground up has been received with dislinpiubed i consideration
Lhiao The ii i abun-
Wescott. the have staked and danger which encompass us. proof on which we can all unite. Lt emancipation favor. Suco t
might and
reputation the
scenes
a Bnjami an a'fu fortune upon dant, beyond doubt, that henceforth we'must and what would for the "B.nk, diplomatic agents are
and after some follow One of the southern emancipation. The of yea al upon us cee which alike honorable and valuable to I t
T Cmiueewitbdrw an attempt. great object design look to ourselves protection ; our fancied reliance "rani"; "Consolidation,"or any other dotrle oar country. ,
t spent cnsl with Senators then raised the question of receptionto these societies to effect this object, as pro. upon parties at the north h been utterly annihilated now separate us into parties. Put I scale They never compromise its dignity,but online ,

another, returned and reported through all petitions of that character, but was not claimed in their own manifestoes is, by recent event ts b d pute!-look and weigh them sgatiist abolitionism, and they are contrary maintain. by their courtesy, repab- f I

their Chairman, S. H. Butler, the following sdined by the whole of his own section ; he 1st. The immediate abolition of slaverythroughout to the votes in Congress look upon to the action of ten proviso state, mere dust in the balance.and adopt It is the our greatest which interest. others lican bearing, and firmness of purpose.-BoZtimore .
did however succeed in his motion Ibo State's." ye,more than thi now to form a union Itt r
at succeeding the United American
ADDBESS.Wx legislatures of th message* of their governors have made for u*. Let. us resolve with the Virginiaegisistuns .
fellow-citizens, pre- session of the Senate, and that proceeding 2 an
some address portion o your a -and moment. 'produced confidence and repose in prcssion of the American slave trade.I public men,-all r- choing te ae opinis and to the Wilraot proviso or east our votes for ay man Rebellion in Cah'/bfnio.-The Washington 51't
t Io upon great have I that body until the events the last winter. 3rd. The ultimate elevation of the the Ar doctrine Scarcely solitary dissenting who i i. not thoroughly opposed to it. Let our watchword correspondent of the "J pnrnal of Com
cos question-one in which we all com.ma.tn o lack in all that of resistance to this I
wit : The adoption of such The House of Representatives in the same population to an equality with the voice U hwund against Religion the proviso u well .p.4iticl region fseJ- inftmoo be deal and and tncomprondmg its tbettor All. other iei'ce" rites that there is letter. in Wasington !)- :

t the occasion re. year, after various movements and a high civil and religious privileges." the leg conf.re. t our institution of dOls of resistance* proviso have only resulted in oarrf
. :es for the emergency o property ado excitement, resolved by a Urge majority to Such, fellow citizens, is a brief outline of te"* *o a ni of great magnitude; ad wi imparted victory a our opponent Shall 1 startling intelligence; that,,the Mormon .'.gi- .
; prcO o refer the,whole subject abolition te a select the hi.tor abolitionism in the U. States, and continue&pw ireBger every day under their fyUm we try tnoOarMUtn strng duuteri. a tefttU,or meat; and Mormon settlers 'in.California caw t

S v1*ecutdj* Q Jin.unceasing assaults which committee with instructions to npr All every man cither at the north, or the south I of atc and aJiro and are, our free*,at admit of that de hall we seek relief the by union of and Presidential e among CandtdaUwhose ourselve risen and rebelled apunsj the,American flag
a the,northern members and some luth. knows that the of this is to dissolve fence nbm"IO t still *. a bo.t 11 established there, liken
tare U.n upon our cZesiic IThdiUZ ions, ( purpose party, of*rt M of th north 'a d character give D a assured fuertn-., u ,po. :
many
S b J out of Congress,hare been endur- era ones, alleged that this was the true policy the Union in blood and carnage. We trou*of en*<*m r-o eoatfitatioiwl rb."tte tee of hie &dlity t& CstK*tiont.Soatkera p ion ..& couetry, taad'. L .,, (

t. by *patience forbearance un.eximpled eOSctively to answer and silence the 'corn.plaints have len ihe small and humble origin of this will b b cs bt.cWent, ,, n BOW is i the urns |o "Me. victoriously f& peodeJl1 "m.. a" .. rl I

fe.4, history a free of the abolitionists and of those nw1O, pry,and their first ciO approach to Con. able t a t* :t.o ct aiidesisbly wntimeat so*trongfw.flut- _Je 1b veil1 snd change if s majoritj toe "',o, tud u* tie throw tre upon&our-theNortll be eoae tifor._naprmoM. 1

Fifteen Vmg o pe.- sympathies were this : but step Tee.' i andoar I .prior tort*Me ;*w4Tha4AEt
l eDlia.t"ilJ pl .teylU pnrr bylp while oar opposition fee ths alternative of giving\njuttice or dissolving
Jature beea &J'w. te Nwn we been was in fact tt .* rfatoruMe I until they' 1 a Cra r. defence* have b't.I' ; w l : 'At all event, we shall b destiny to tsi.blUa an ejnpje-In(; _CQi1a J- ,.. ._ t.k. .
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ap sad bolder,
I p& v.i. been i"or t ther growth, a operate. a a!; over guarantees until vestige of hope and e fOac principles Ujh? Wl : ; f.:. )

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TARIFF*OF JM8.. with tbe falsa.name Whig REPUDIATES. mEL ANOTHER CHILLING ." TIE t this tsp io !&*.Jj,

M TbIs fatal.measure (the UrftTUwrhich feral to tbe core. mpr" lbmt if you T.OR- In the L\st Charleston,(Vat). Spirit of Jef.ferson alt some remarks wh arc drained tes.it. t
What have been these N. Y. l and we find the damper I 'a. V0. ALOKXi'. corisidersbIenoticsa .
strikes at the roOt ofall the.Industry of the please. ln of The Tribune publishes a long following upon ** w *< j mm ftO gJITu'Pi'

country, and at?)h luring of every man who two parties'in the cause of our connr QI( T How remarkable letter from a M n1 cors n. whig hopes. It needs comment : Saturday August 7 1847.tpj The editor seem to speak "by p1 rtic Uf'rVio23 *

j : earns hi. bread bjr be swat of hn brow-thisinisshappen do lhey appear side by side 7 one always dent" in Ohio. He refers: t address' ,A Correction.-We have seen a paragraph ,\ and very mach to !the poiat. W sppisthingwetsprecticabk r S ji-V

and monstrous scbem!,in two days in jhe front rank freedom and reform, whist the "Ohio Whig State Cenlrl Committee," circulating among several of the whig papers will preaching in the the Cahau" t

more will, become the law of the land." the; other, with its back turne upon the which adopts the issues, opposition to the country, to the effect that Lieut. Wash- Church Tere. b morning, Pebtera by the good people of th.Du" coy and hrf

So discoursed the National Intelligencer, and rights of'our country, striving to retard war and unyielding hostility to die! father extension ingon of the Virginia Regiment,who I now the Rev. William Niel. a tb.11 hor. please ia the matter. *following sic I

1z; July 301b,1845. and emharrs. The federal party has ever of aluer" and declares that the at home for his healt ba writ. of th San : Ueik'

This fatal measure-I hit monstrous scheme been wrong, ever against its country. Whig press f State 'I'responded: a 1csJetter to the Prrss, in 0CJ-: Divine service ray b expected the Methodist When"in Havana last winter,wt had a ca

j1t has been 1n operation nearly a year, and we Time has proved it to be s.Vith its narrow determined ahcrnce" to the. timen of which he says that Gen. Taylor is a whig- Protestant Sunday next,at the usual : lion with a meeting of tb.ml..hO U b.

hare yet to see or hear of the first instance policy-its selfish schemes-its harsh principles the adres. opposed to the present tariff and to the sub 1 I United thy men of I that and city promised upon to. lay tb* ."|

its for the honor and the extract contains some striking treasury-and ready to run ofcourse as a full hour.The i Sate. matter
where either the industry of the country, or disregard rightsof flowing Madison Address-Union ot Partle the thi'C1tr II soon 'Uh. .

1w the living of any laboring man in it, has tbe natioh, it has stood out before the world the whole, Whi party of blooded whig candidate. We a authorizedto We publish in this paper an Address from a meet I question o bn di.p of. Mui. to ,

been affected in any other way than for thebetter opposed to tho democratic progress and demo. the great Whig State of Ohio General say that Lieut. TV.-[himself a whig, we ing in Madison County to the citizens of Florida, I' tent. and pup in or a i

by it. Timfc has bcen.aII powerful cratic reform, opposed, too, sir-and her is Taylor upon the same ground that they re. learn.-ErsQutuu.: never" addressed and. a it (treats of milters ol' we hop'I parties lok upon in UDle State I.*,.an even fovtiga far "-

dispelling the fears of those who, from pccu- the withering curse that rests upon this same sisted the election of : such a letter to th Free Press, o any other our readers will not find its imprance.any and occupation question a concerned Ule.t, we now a lasteTi.

niary or political motives, endeavored to mis. Federal party-to the efforts of the Democracy "No WTtig paper of Ohio now advocates th press, and Gen. Tayl from corfrersalions its entire .penml. The action and position of the fulfil our promise, and that promise ul mu bt _

lead the public mitfd on this subject. to maintain our sacred rights upon the field election of Gen. Taylor. Indee I thinh pur he has heard from him declared North on the subject of the Wilmot Pro.it a lo for this article. Cb by jreograpbicat

Manufactories 'f al kind were never in a Witness their course in the present just friends here are more frmly upoi the himself a tchig, and t th present occasion for this Address; and.reviewing the whole gave Illion.States;necessity it may and and ri be, blof<-to tb.tj11 p.
war with Mexico their black-hearted issues of ther measures of democratic party. So far mol oo
' more flourishing prosperous condition : treach. of 1844 than are *e any th question and progress of abolition.it points out the .The moment hu arrived to plies ft in

'I than at present end 5 palpable is that fact, cry under the cloak of hypocrisy-denouncing State. I think we shall with great unanimity from it Gen. Taylor expressly disclaims being by which that odious creed has grown to its and under our flag. Cub is in market for Mr stl"I

:ti! that any, who hertjpfore have been most clamorous the present war.as" wicked and infamous and oppose the farther butchery of the people r a party man, and expresses his unalterable determination steps and call the South to we are authoru eminently able fo ai
the who conduct and the farther not to identify himself with either present consequence upon what propose say, that if the UniKd I
"a for a highly protective are forced praising leading men it, for Mexico, by our army, extension divisions and unite in its SK "
tarif her opposing will offer
, Reflect We shall remain wher we party. If the people elect him, be is willing forget party thl Spanish Government one l
t to acknowledge that the potcy, at last, party purposes merely upon their Slavery. ? further inroads our rights and interests. lion of dollars Cuba is ours; aid Inuldr11
. : for all sections and interests; hare a conduct in the last war-in 1812-and con. : took our po itiortSn I 844-opposed t-anicxa- to servo them ; but it must be of their free with upon Madison friends in detestation week' notice the whote.meunt will be raited .

: few restrictions as possible on the labor, Industry trast in with their conduct now. Ye, sir, and tion of Slave Territory, and opposed.to war and unsolicited pleasure, and not through any We agree our to the Wilmot paid over by the inbabitant.of the land. One w sl

.., and commerce of the country ta no contrast in too with the unwavering firmness of conquest. We then opposed Mr. Polk's instrumentality of his own. As with this rumor of abolitionism, and in opposition is all they ask. if our Government will only
that the lucid narrative givenin the offer for them to mk
Proviso and act
pursuit for the especial benefit of any other, and patriotism of the democratic party duringall election because he was for extending Skvcry.We so we presume with the hundred others, we agree influence jpady to This i. Upn. and which SaiD I
address of the and increasing ,but
but to leave each free and untrammeled to this period. What a contrast 1 reflecting have too much scfresp ct to turn round which declares Gen. Taylor to be a whig, the, progress of which acet. seen and now a fi fi',

work out its own salvation without governmental honor upon the one party, and shame upon now and support Taylor or another when there is not one shadow of proof to sus. of abolition, shows a state of things which requires doubted proofs. Te powession b01e the win!Ot un.

interference, further than may be nccessa.ry other I am proud of my party-prouder still, man in favor of that measure. We cannot tain it. The party of expedin have already that the South should be firmly united onthia. plete our chain terilor and I Cu 1 fl North era-

by means of a tariff to raise means for the sir \\hcn I think bra moment of tho contrast approve in 18Sv hat we so loudly condemned driven themselves to their too eager question. Her rights garntee:by the Constitution the American key to Contnent., I i estheprden.cthewW
tbe SZ
all her richest
and
4 fp support of the government. between it and tho federal party. And whereis in 1844. We cannot now carry out a policy haste and utter recklessness and incon. must be protected defende on the face of the earth. From Florida spot Point of

c. We hare been not a little gratified, after the democrat who i!not ?" which we then execrated. On the contrary sistency. What ,next will be their move T sens should heartily join together for this purpose.But northeastern coast is only fifty bringing to its
State will -- ------ we confess we do not see why it i U necessary to Wand almost within mie. th
e having battled so long for the establishment I believe the Whigs of our remain : cannon sight el
ofthose principles find flattering acknowl. The OnderJonk Difficulty-A Fruitless true to their principles! whatever course the A Remarkable PhnomenoTh Cincinnati go the l lengths proposed by the Madison meeting to United State Cuba yields to Spain an anautl revenueof .

-. have a fort.-The friends ofBi&hop Onderdonk EJ i Whigs of other States pursue." Signal relates following, if authentic maintain the cause of the South. We do notsee the seven millions of dollrs. besides rappertiot
may
!: edgements we lately seen among our 23,000 soldiers,
political opponentsoftheirproprietyandsound.ness. a New York, conscious n they belc\his in. The witer then proceeds to demonstratethat is certainly) very singular : .The most benefit to be derived from the course it advises. The I and paving a mUO at
i
Though prejudice and interest may nocence oldie charges which suspen. Gen. Taylor is opposed to the Wilmot remarkable phenomenon we ever heard of is whigs and democrats are already united on this question. salaries ortifcalion.. military officer anothe*-in (miili.

combine in favor of erroneous positions sion, are determined to strain every nerve and Proviso, and be adds : now to he seen in this city. It consists of two When the North attempts to force the Wil tal revenue to Spain i is o"r ten millions,which t

t: they will sooner or later have to yield to the yet as. use every exertion to have him restored to his "At the commencement of ibis agitation young pigs, having the heads of elephants.The .- mot Proviso upon the South, she will find that men double the moment it come under the United W

saults of diocese by the council Bishops. In case somo of our papers stalled off in favor of Gt>n. proboscis, nvniih, teeth, ears and eyes, ol all parties stand ready to resist her movementand .Cuba fruits produces in the the world.best sugar.coffee,tobacco an
reason.
The leading wBig organ of Ohio, the State they fail in that, they wi renew the demandfor Taylor. Th/lla"t now all receded from the and so far as we have: been able to judge from that they will not flinch (from their duty. She knows and tropical the richest copper Din{It known.bs gold Its and sil,,

t4 Journal, in a late number, seemed not only to his salary in State Convention, position suddenly lakrn. and will strenuously a superficial examination, the head, perfectly this. As we are already indissolubly united on this surface of the country. and climate are *
which, ofcourse will bring about a formed, of an elephant. In one case the and in less than five its unrivle.
have turned {.restrict ion ist but also repetition oppose an man who is in fUr of extending pro. point what are we to gain by surrendering all our year revenue wol Wtr.
anr. shako itself it of the scenes and excitement that occurred in the )of nation." boscis is thrown over and hack of the head, in than pay the entire purchase-money Sosi .
41 our
wanted everybody to on other cherished principlesand forming aparty Cuba be
base must ours !
from
its conversion. /Give us," said that print tho last and preceding seion. So states a As to tho effect of the Signal letter" up. the position we sometimes see the elephanthold alone upon opposition to the North? Shall we give Yucatan, it command theGulfandcoaa Stretching Florida of Mexico.to

u but a fair swing-r/Ae 1orld for a letter from New York. Neither the counci on the Whigs of Ohio, we commend the fol. it. In the other, it hangs over tho mouth. up free trade to effect a certain union when in fact It is larger than Ireland-nearly .lare" all the
bishops nor the State Convention, The eyes of one are in the usual place for the New England State*,containing
tho attention of the .
: NO KESTRicrioxs/and we might undertake to lowing passage to Republican. that union already exists firm adamant 1 (:square miles
.p furnish the worldjwith: bread." That's the meet till September next-yet preparations seems that tho Ohio Whig have elephant's, while in the other they are situatednear a San of the most fertile soil uner ID To u it is
I we yield to the Bank policy to accomplish an
for thn contest are already being made.-Ifos. taken the centre of the forehead, not unlike object indispensable. We : i. barbr.rot our slip (t.
way we like to hear men speak. It is not exactly the samo \'il\ot that letter as which is already accomplished ? Let all parties touch at to and from Me the accommoda

only good natured,,but it is sensible,and wise, ton Times. the Richmond Times and ;Mr. BotM, and now the hippopotamus. The skin of one of these unite, in meeting or otherwie, they may choose tion of American and English transatlantic steamer?,
that the fount from whence it thoroughly Gen. Prvsi- prodigies his hair like n hog, the other precisely a for its products and.trade, and as the grand
4 and we hope Curiosities of the lresl.-\ gentlemanwho repudiate Taylor as a like a'n to condemn and reprobate the Wilmot Proviso, but the Gulf key U

has not become exhausted.Wo dential candidate : elephant. ... ,. .. :,_ .:. A__ _'A.11 .1.- __ .. .. _..1 of Mexico. Give us. Cub and our,posse..
sprang has been through the Western ---- -- "'J f "'a. '' 'UVUCTy,, IVJ5U SUItlJ,t Mf4 >lin are- comn1e'e.t Snain' 't m,11 \ r>
also find in a late number of the Boston trn'clng "The late )letter of Gen. Taylor. in which bans ;
their conscientious other are waiting i for to make the'purchse
ns
country, writes Newtown Journal of The Rife.-Vfv. find in The Yankee," yield scruples a to measures ,and;
Star a leading whig paper, the follow what he has seen. Ho san : he declines a nomination by the Whig party, the t in reference to the of and principles, when these have no connectionwith come at once into the Union. Let the thing b
following principle we pledge ourselves that hundred
for
most the the
evidently will
ing : presenting a
.1 have seen many other great and amazing purpose in the the matter immediately before them ? For ml0
construction rifle which is be
*'The long tariff has been National Convention, has chilled the of so peccla. forthcoming to meet the offer, and will
disputed question demand for thing among which arc soil from 20 to of nr.r I ly the American weapon, that all comprehend ourselves, we are not yet ready to give up our dem. prove the richest conquest ever made by the United
the his
4 knocked in tho head by vast many most zealous friends. They declare States."
30 ; a Kentuckian 7 feet 10 inch. its principle of action : ocratic creed. I it was right and true before the
t bread stuffs abroad, and the general prosperty !. that if they go for him note, they must
es high ; a catfish weighing 100 pounds who Wilmot Proviso was us, it is right and
; Many are in the sprung upon
home and the manufacturers have at least abandon well persons very expert
at
parly as at Ilzeirprincqlcs. Hold them It. .
500 bushels strawberries in one ther true still and cannot abandon it for union of t
day, manyof use of the rifle, know nothing of the principle we a
best when their
discovered that This think is much.
they to
they flourish asking
which were one inch in diameter ; trees appear to on which it operates, and would be at loss all parties, when the only object of such a union- The whig press is continually harping upon lie
best customers the farmers, are They will not that n
prosperous. length.
27 feet in circumference ; prairie flies nearlyas go if asked why a grooved barrel throws a ball unanimous opposition to abolition in all its shapes enormous expenses of the war, and affecting to sym.
We that gratified at Wo close with the Ian-
repeal we are highly our extracts positive
these evidences of correct views beginning to large a humming birds, and miiiqiiiroes about of the writer truer than a smooth bore. The reasons are is already effected,and is a pi eminent, fixed fact. pathise with the people at tho condition the countrywill
the size yellow guage : be in when it shall be brought to a close.
There is another They
these view of this which deserves
nrpmil flmnnrr our rmnonenls. and hoDO that wasps. *' f now_ tvlll_. YinTflnt__.. .ifin) nrA<.li/f;..inn. fKnf!, trn_.._ : question
u .n u -
hI'al'spread, until there shall bo no division According to a calculation! few leis hecarnesiLdarozcsJthnscf I" friend'o In the first place, no bullet is or can be cast the serious consideration democrats. I is need not be alarmed. All they have to do i to give
some years (be Government their cordial and the
perfectly spherical. One side is heaveier known that all the prominent of the countryare support at
opinion against all high tariff and par. since, there were in the United States of the Vilmol Proviso, Gc; Taylor notreceive always whig
: 34,000- uil end, we will that the will
hal than the other, and the therefore, I opposed to any acquisition from Mexico. wager country b perfectly -
legislation. 000 of vole single Free tlic bal
At a
sheep. a and rational
moderate : th o swerves from tho right line projection.- To them the Wilmot Proviso is a matter ot no satisfied with the expenditure: and the rrceipts. .

Selections From Xcicspapers.-Xot unfre- estimated computation the value of these may safely be Union.The New York Tribune tries to do However hard) it may be to prove this, theor. moment, if they can carry out their policy-it can. We venture to say that no treaty of peace

quently is it the case, says the Vermont Pa. wool at 870,000,000, and tho amount of tbe effect of this chilling shower bath"away ctically, practice demonstrates it. The same not arise, for there will b nothing upon which it will ever b signed on the part cf our Government
annually produced at $40,000,000.- by
triot that an editor looks over all his exchange smooth bore which doe not give ample indemnity for tit
Of this vast flock the State of New York contending that its correspondent is mistakenin immoveably fixed, twice loaded, can act. Now, it the South merges all .politicaldifTerences" u
,
papers for something interesting, and finds ed at the time making the above estimate own. the position he so confidently assumes, that with the same charge, of the same powder, in the one question of the Proviso, it I past as well I security for the future. This Is tie
nothing. Every is dryer than and with balls in the mould will democratic doctrine, and we believe there u patriotism .
paper
absolutely fifth. Gen. Taylor is to tho of cast same will almost inevitably elect a whig President. The
nearly one For the five immediately opposed principles
a contribution-box ; and yet, something must years I not them both in this enough ia the country to bring it about.
the Wilmot Proviso for the Tribune- plant same spot, at same whigs of the South will say to the democrats We
that time the
increase of ; says
be had-his paper must como out with something preceding distance. What this indemnity will be, and when it shall
united the Proviso all other
in the United States "his letter to the Cincinnati Signal demon. are against questions b
in it, and he does all he can. To ah editor sheep averaged 1,000,000 The rifle barrel is female which paid we hope will known before long. But
S year. Since then it has probably been much strates, in the opinion of persons far wiser than a screw, arc forgot-here we present you a man opposed to b
who has tho least care about what he so. gives the tightly driven ball a motion, that i it with the opposition o this point? Are
indeed the
ourselves, the direct reverse. We believe rotary measure, opposed, to very groundwork t
lects, the writing that he does is the easiest greater. that if the bullet rather the in favor of malting Mexico foot I the bile after
him to be a man of too deep and so or slug, swerves J of it-the strongest surest, most effectual of ,
part of his labor. A paper, when completed, From the Pennsyltanian of the Olif ult.GEN. enlarged philanthropy to wish philosophy extension with one twist of the screw, another revolution all opposition. We ask you to vote for him. Your was so insane a to take the initiative and plunge tie
should be one that the editor would be willing .. farber two Republic in all the horror of I It i
I TAYLOR'S WIIIGGERY." of an institution no less false in princi- corrects the error. There are but three mo. agreement forbids inquiry as to any other of his political war notorious
: to read aloud to his wife, his mother, his sister they are not. But it is well known that
The question whether General Taylor is pie than lamentable in practice." tons in a rifle ball, the straight forward, the opinions." Could the democrats object 1 I many

or his daughter ; and if he does that, if he for or against the Federal party, excites a good The evidence we thus lay before our readers spiral, and tho downwar caused by the power they did. then the union of all parties" would not of their leading men and periodicals openly declare

gets out such a paper, he will find his labor: deal leeling among those who are anxiousto altogether Whig. hit is to bo believ.ed gravity. thirty to the pound be worth a straw, (for the very first act would be to that we ought not only to withdraw cur armies

S most difficult one. Every subscriber thinks be early in their adhesion to his fortunes.We .- we are bound to conclude that if General drops its ball about a foot in a hundred yards. defeat its object. Then the whig would be elected, from the territory we have conquered at a immeoM
the paper is printed for his especial benefit, Rifles are sighted therefore to meet this devi sacrifice of life and money-conquered, too, to drive
observed a few days ago, that the Louisville Taylor bf< opposed to tIle Wilmol Proviso be the Wilmot Proviso would never come up, and the
and if tber's nothing in i that suits him it ation. On leaving the barrel, the bull moves our misguided; enemy into the conclusion of a treatyof
Journal gave its authority for calling Gen. cannot receive the vote of any of the Free .union" would leave an open field for the bank,
must be stopped-it is good fbrnothing. Some above tho line of sight, continually falling ina peace with uj-but that we should .rem amerete
Taylor a whig"-this authority being no lessa States-and if he is in favor: of that Proviso, protective tariff, and all other measures so dear to
people look over the deaths and marriages, parabolic curve, till it intersects it.- her for all the expenses of fa war." well
personage than Hon. W. J. Graves, who is we know that he cannot obtain the vote ofa the whigs. a a f
and actually complain of the editor if but few stated 1 The of intersection is called the .all the lone and which ale hat tvttainef
point
to have received wrongs
letter Southern We
a from General single State. pin admit that it would be better to get rid of the
people in the vicinity havo,been unfortun. blank. at our hand*." It will be sufficient call the at-
1 Taylor, in which the to
few
writer three times declares The above extracts establish a inter. Proviso in this way than to have it forced upon us.
nato as to die, or so fortunate AS to get mar. Who the rifle is unknown. Its tion of the reader to the of
following extract
himself be Ohio iD'cntld a communication -
\'iz-that throughout in
a whig"-cxpresin his esting points, ns But is this the only alternative ? Do our Madison
ried tho week An editor should
!
previous inclination,however, in favor ofa other of the the letter principle was known to the North.AmericanIndians which appeared in the National Intelli
sort ofno.par. portions country, Signal friends look forward to this means of defeating it?-
have such things in his paper whether they occur tyor general.wefirc"movement) towards has revulsion the before the discovery of the continent. grocer to atijfy them of the troth of this. Thai
the produced n feeling among Are they willing to compromise the honor of our
Just subscribers
or not as many or Their arrows are feathered spirally,and move communication was endorsed the tIe
editors of
Presidency. This It side of the and that by
one story. Whigs, now not a single Whig paperin country by thus ending the war? We have no idea
borrowers as an editor may havejust so ma. The other precisely in the manner ofa rifle ball." Intelligencer by its in their column .
side is quite as that State sustains Gen. Taylor and publication *-
unequh'oal.- great ; that such is their believe that we are
different he has consult. One
ny tastes to We find it .ieTty Indeed, the particular attention ol the. readers. J.
alluded to in the Baltimore Sun that while of tho contend
of I some Whig entitled to territory indemnity for the -- -- -
stories and another abhors all paper Return the Comet 1556. wrongs
a
of of -
want poetry ; Expected that print was called to it from
the f
yesterday, as follows: that Gen. T.'s known being pea *
this. The politician wants politics, and the : opinions are sufficiently are to John Taylor, Esq., of Mexico has inflicted upon us; and, believing this, a
Tho letter which has tho of the Xorth and West in di. a distinguished Virginia Whig," and speaking
next man wants anything but One recently appeared in Whigs arc Liverpool, for several astronomical we think the view above taken sufficiently demonstrates a
interesting
must have something po1tis something Baltimore relative to Gen. Tajlor's politics, rect conflict as to the proper construction to be notices published by him during the past yearin that they must adopt some other plan to defeat the scntilenl of the w big of that ComnonwealtJ.
is well Let it noted
smart calculated
sound. One like* fun, and frolic, to attract some inter{ .- placed upon the Signal letter, and especially the public prints of that city ; but we believe the Proviso than the one they suggest. If they b :
e It was written beforo Gen. Taylor as to his views of the Wilmot! Proviso. I If. tben,th acts of the administration are disowned
desire cannot unite with the .
they
and his door territory whigs.If
next neighbor wonders that a we have not hitherto referred to the approach. I and the nation
ted by i i. it
,
to become not
of such stuff in his a candidate for the presidency, Whether the Tribune or its Ohio corres. : they do not desire it, the "union" will that reprobate tim
man sense wi put paper. and ing expected return of tho Comet of 1556, : proposed we our character.before
Something spicy tomes out and the editor is a expresses, as I have reason to believe, the pondent be right, Gen. Taylor will not receive with the discussion of which one of those notices : result, a we have stated in again placing the country ,world from the unjust imputations cast upon it th

blackguard. Kelt week comes somethingargumentative letter sentiments of that distinguished man. The tho votes: even of the Whig party of the Union. ( is occupied. As long since as 1751, Mr. under the rule of whig party policy. Are the the conduct of our ruler.who not content in defiance
was writ n by Col. Bailie Peyton This is Whig testimony, which will not he of the constitution with making war on a titter
(a
and the editor is a fool. Andso Richard Dunthorne, of Cambridge. England, democrats of the South prepared thus ingloriously

S between them all, you see, the poor fellow Dixon leading H.Whig Lewis.It ) in. reply to one from Senator carped at by Whig Editors, we presume. in computing the elements of the Comet of to quit the war, and at the same time to sacrifice the Rpublc.livl her ravaging citizens her, would country consummate and sacrificing their

get roughly bandIed. They never reflect that Tho Hamilton (Ohio) News, Whig, goes 1204, found them so similar to those of the their principles ? la there no other way defeating crime &y plundering; her fAt territory-by proclaiming

what does not please them may please the frends was not intended for publication, but the a<' fa a tho Tribune's correspondent, and Comet. of 1550 that he was led to the conclusion the Proviso ? Let us think of this, and think long we a soon a the form ot the
General: Taylor have and Mr. Lew.Is harder blow old and constitution will allow,not
gives a to Heady .nly remunerate Jurjir
Rough
p. next man, but they insist if the paper does not that the two were identical, and that its and deeply before yielding much that is so vitalto a'l
himelf one of Gen. Taylor's most cnthus. than ho ever rccnived in Mexico : s tlieexpenses of the war, but, if pottiUe,for ill

- suit them it is good for.nothing. iatc thought its publication proper :o "To the late attempts to force Gen. Taylor return mgh b expected abu 1843. Subse. the country._ _ _ the losses and wrong which the lUl tvttavud I w

give to the quent investigations \ been made by CtJ- The New Orleans Delta of the 25tH alt. has !anl
A DEFINITION OF THE DEMOCRATIC public" generally these views and upon the Whigs without convention, we enter different astronomers confirm this conclusion that thf views of the people and generally
PRNCIPLE sentiments of the worthy and patriotic old our most solemn! protest ; and when we see ; the following in reference to the army worm in Louisiana of the prett would n
f
and there is therefore e"aril1d
': In a receqt debte Legislature or chief which have been 1 gratifying to indi. a disposition amon the Whig editors to aid in goo reasons to look : this act justice; but i is it not time t prolam o

Connecticut, some tho'whig members baring viduals. I happen to know sentiments so unjustifiable a piece demagog/, it is dif. for tbe re-appearance of during the c THE ARMY WORM.-A letter was received yes. purpose to the world, that the act / '

alluded to GOT. Cleveland's political life, in thisjcttcr! are acceptable to the Southern ficult for us to restrain rebuke. Tho year 1818, although it would not be surprising terday by a respectable commercial house in this murder which have been committed may attack
great
a ,
cry if this event should happen a earlier city from a gentleman at Lake Providence,dated where they belong-to the administration, and
brought him to the door, (he being a memberof conservative, or State rights party, and about 'I'aylor'sgrcat popularity is all gammonand year or July to the Nation I
later than this date. 2I/ft,which communicates the important intelligencethat l
the House) and ;in the course of his reply, he that they arc willing to take Gen. Taylor as they who lend their voices to swell it, on the day previous the plantation of Madam I cannot have escaped the attention of tie most

gave the following definition of the demortcprnciple their upon the very grounds on will bitterly regret I heir folly,if they love their An Important Vote.-Tho House of Asscmoly Bosworth, near that place,was ataeke by the army careless observer passing events,that the .ni.t
I. : which he has placed The Whiff lead. worm, and in a few hours her o'op was near-
himself country. to/t party in thia country i i. daily increasing ia boldness
sir has also been of the Canadian Parliament, last week !ttfmlrniA, Th,< Pnli.man' n.hr.',.,.f. *\..
gentleman, pleased ers are not to be so ''---- -'-- -- D'N
They forwarded an address to tho Queen letter i is known to us, and the information is to be in its opposition. When the question wa* first presented -
praying
I
allude'Jo roy poitc. Very good. am were ready to sacrifice their principle to Gen. The editor of the Gospel liann-r thus speaks that the free navigation of the St. Lawrence relied on. This news produced we are told, quitea to Congress of war or no war, the latter was
I old democratic
I proud of my party party Taylor a glowing of Mr. Polk's the address of stir in market and
alone
8 military vetcfan response to lon.Geo. bo granted to all nations and also that the our yesterday fully RO bales taken with enthusiastic unanimity,, and .men and
,
that has ever stood fast by its principles, and provided they could make him subservient to Evans, at Gardiner : of Cotton were purebaw very full, some at the of the
the of sir I navigation laws be repealed far as they, ina instances, at i i. well to meney placed disposal C.tltl
ii' right our country. Yes am prou their personal views. They are disappointed, It was certainly a magnificent effort, wore beter prices. I remark with From nook
manner relate to or affect that colony. On 1. however,that excitement attributed by some, praiseworthy readine. every an
of this It never swerves from' and \a
party. must look about for
other the and the title the President
\ some candidate. thy style of of
Wednesday the vote was concurred in the partially at least, to the reception of the Brihnnia'saccounts our land there -seemed to be but one sentiment
i :i never abandons te. cause of the country, but Hero is an of the United States. Tbe could by cru'
, i array strong names on both people not sup. Legislative Council by npres reporting a advance in Cotton and that was for a vigorous prosecution t>fti
I answers t its call whenever and wherever sides. Which is right T -This is an interesting press their admiralien, hit' every few moments by a large majority. at Liverpl. and a considerable decline in Bread- ,until Ma'-
war our just wrong were repaired, and
.. there Is danger. It has always been so. It question for candidate hunters and presi. burst forth in tokens of admiring approbation.It United States to Ireland. It st nfs. how
TII appears co taught to respect us. But hew changed
. Is 1 now. The Democratic party I Whendid dent nukers. The sequel may be that Gen. will not do, hereafter to tell anybody who by an address of the Central Relief Committee Too Honest, by Half. the picture Then it was an matter to' ;.

it ever shrink from rallying for the country, Taylor may prove to be a .. whig" in favor of wa there that James K. Polk: is a thir rate of the of Friends in the The famous Col. Haskell, (rendered so from his nate easy 'iJ
Society published by name a score or more of the
many
when did it fail to throw its J1.pers
ever mighty weight democratic doctrines. That seems to be the man. I Dublin Freeman's Journal of the 2d instant charge against Gen. Pillow, if not of cowardice, at
in
high the crnfiderce of that did wets
and its controlling influence upon the side of substance oftbe testimony we have sh'en.- that they have received from the United StatesJC14.570 least of incapacity a a military man,) is a candidatein party almost ).
our country's rights? When Never! no, nev.j Ifso, it would be strange enough. Potatoes.-The farmers in Maine have the Jackson District in Tennessee for apparently as orthodox on tbe war qnestion a
.h .p' been holding back their Potato for higher I }in money, up1'arts of 60,000 Ibs.corn Congress.He any. of.- the-,- demfrtit!nin .in'. -the-- la But
"
: ::1 am proud of the party, sir, 'which has so A Beautiful Sentiment.-The late eminent prices, but tho; season getting- "late, they o are meal, enormous quantities ot corn, wheat, is'a Cormnish whig of the,and straitest utters bis sect.sentiments In truthhe with, the is now we can call to mind; one aolit tj "hiI paper .
flour sort
beans
nobly directed the destinies of this great nationthrough Fudge, Sir Allen Park, once said at a public now crowding them on the market t, and the rye, pea?, and boxes of clothing, o of the that i is nut throwing obstacles! in the way the
of his
the value of which tho committee have same bold disregard opinions country.
, trying scenes, as well as in tbe days of meeting in London : supply of common ones is large, and very dull not GoYernmentand. seeking to alienate! the confident
had to ascertain. I men, or body Hear what he he will
: peace) and prosperity. It has met danger .Wo live in tho midst of blessings till we of sale-25 a 30c per bu. is the most that an opportunity any elc. says of the people from it, and in hott, efpowtg !th
of his
District
1 do, if the will send
: boldly,and has overcome them. It is this par. arc utterly insensible' to their greatness and can be obtained.: Chenaugoes are worth 50a A letter written from China and addressed people: him to Government in it* laudable tendeavori to ere a
,
ly that has won a name for our nation, of the source from whence they 60c, cash. The new crop promises well allover Washington speedy peace with the enemy upon inch terms as.
pr fow.Ve to a person in the city of Nantes, in France, I IF I AM ELECTED, MY POLICY AND AIM
and made) it great I is this speak of our civilization, our arts, our I New.Eagland, and a yet we hear of no by a French states that several IN CONGRESS WILL BE TO BLOW OFF THE ought to accept. That we do no msrepiteOtthS

party that has moulded prorproU. into oar laws, and forget entirely how large a appearance of rot.-Boston Daily Advertiser. captains vessels missionary, belonging to the marine of BLOOD HOUNDS;ACKNOWLEDGETHEERRORor position thejrvhig press, a recurrence to the 1 Ian'

their present admirable form, startling the old share is due to Christianity. Blot Christian.ity the three nations of France the OUR WAYS,TAKE A RETROGRADE MARCH guago of the, .tingn'ihed Virginia Wk%" will

I. world with its blessed reforms-its equlization I out of the pages of man history, and what Consumption flf Wood by Steamers':-The United States, had been received, England into the and UNDER THE TUNE OF BONAPARTE'S RETREAT .how. .I ll.he., I that tie"views of tie

cf laws and pri'iegea It I the party of progress would his laws bare been-what his civilization Empire burns on some trips between this port of the Emperor of Japan, from whom presence THE EAST FROM BANK MOSCOW OF THE UNTIL RIO GRANDE.WE REACH" people, and generally, of the vAig fns*..***

with the blessing f Christianity is mixed up with and Buffalo, seven hundred cords of woo and, eettarily leadtlo Wt set a
o very had solicited the
they opening of his we admire most such honestyit
prodigiously
of Heaven, securing that right. Its prlnc being and our daily life ; there is not a'fami. it is said, averages six hundred cors. Cal- kingdom to the of tbe.pors Go i, juatice r T9 jlit.-our ton

I f is t bless mankind, -to make them happier. la o'jec around o which does no wear a : culaling that she performs trips the merica.' commerce .Europe and A. s very Bttlb. You always know where to. Muc: soil, and 'a remuaeratioa (a bet fot a
find
f S to cast off their; burthens.-to equalize their erD aspect ; I ecause the light of Christian ; usual number, during the season, she will con.same such men. I require no great amount of sagacity the expense of the war, and all the J p

burthens to equalize I their rYileguo dv.Velope ., is on it. Nut a law which does two hundred and thirty-four acres of Telegraph from Richmond t. to class them. He wi rank with Cent in, wrongs which she has sustained our kwA-rf:

J tie of the ( no timbor and forty at -At five minutes IVa1ng. Giddings, and others of kidney. I wi be a a *
resources r owe its truth wd gentleness to Chiijiianity employ an past one further-these being lie *' views genkrafly P

the mind-to pre1b rtel.iieralU-.jec, sir, -.- o acwiorn which cannot be tr in all expense of over 9 wo.choprs an Saturday last, a telegraphic communication great pity i the voters of the J Jackson shoulddecline whigprrnra iti* proposed by the New'Tor* t1*

,to swUlfl Ibe cause aD maintain 'ts holy keatthulparts t.oihe (item of the expense of, this mammoth boat.And I from Richmond to Washington, announced sending him to Conge. He woold illustrate press,John Minor Bottl.'CorwlBaad. o'II'P"

1 Uip4 tpria6jdescf this frl ,- notwithstanding the largenu'o( her ex. ta the wire bad reached the Richmond sta. the whig,principle e to carry theta byNfawBtfo. ,toft **7.f

'die xeptttftBtatfTei; of Liberty. I.prO She will make a good wife who d.o psnditarc, she clnre sn anion she ( 30 e before 12 o'clockof', that day $} 'The deaths in the city o New York, (or th applies to enable o, the Gwrrnnent .Jf FPTTjJJ

i oi this pirty. &plis when khchen.you happen ,to fn A ran, 8:0,0.. thir.year over $30,. the first shaking of hand. betweenflIchmonand week ending i Joly 24, were g' la'Phlalph war te lck 'teU ':.l.,ra

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, 2 WB rti., it Is torn! les for.ns to add that they boars nearer to you than we were when the : The Genius of Freedoa bad slumbered fo ages,* nearly 1 1 esjsldesioi. otjohi:1': .' aad I I

' wioe p u fb.poles Mondef. The Government terminus of tbe line was in"this city. This f.a Is Oppressed bf the gloom that o'erahadowM th Green Bertbelot,a&d Mpbew Jooes. A. ._ PILL SrpHE '

it'> IfI as ,and that the great gain to the public and to the Goreim.ment ; of this city. _- w: '
ttat we the injured party word
4: '. vat eMteaai o gt to be'ntil up the eneajy consents at,a time when intelligence from Mexico And Man could ne trace,a10n History's pages We take th. .foUowinj from'the. Southern Trmr JL desiin following rnalisfromtbe,which we extract RiLE.LFrazeye from the Cam( I ICl

SI.. our wrongf--* other contendinj MtZ5 ** is to anxiously awaited. A hope that her Banner should eec b unfurled. eller"o the 4th July.,.as an expression of the sense Kmhaw District, S. CFAMcnroroir <

. \$ wronged party] aDd all oar effort against The Government baa not received any despatches Yet,far o'er tbe line of the Horn breaking, o his fellow pupQa. KEXIHAW DTSTJCT.S. C.,> :

.. -..Vf'fkr.Tbi.. i. from General Scott for nearly fire The radiance of Truth shot a gleam thro the sky; Of SovtAem Traveller.u May 10, HUt. < 1

1.1. t her 1tipu1iu wbkb we 7 complain. and it enlbttltwe weeks. It is surmised that some of his des When"Freedom In life,and in gladneis.awaking. .J,LATTXCL 6, 1847. I have 1R in my famiIHuU" aD TN ponaaac*.t A :l' r the ObIICt1GD, of Sor.uly Ague ad also able JL Act to .
D. at St.
bare been The in Florid .
tklfTh patches cutoffbylhe enemy. Hafl'd the Omen of Promise that Vow (rosa on High > i.e for the last to Jar I
5' q1estoeah1T7 ItbOf1Z" to aa1, After( opening of Kbool this morning Mr.Gayannounced two years, hare n h"itafio.in pronouncing approved 'S the 2 d1 MlTeb, *.
. gLiDI lit.. late intelligence showing that several of the II. tOtb| brat department the death on th them to be thetnost excellent family tnedi. L. Sttfe. JAJrUt.
an* Pint
IMItIJr
are nroUWDt need not seek most populous and influential lican States 4th instant,of JAMES A late a cine*.-and u an act of fustiest o the worthy pronrietora do de and th u.i. .AI. S
rf the The revival of the Mind
. obpoaente / Learning expanded ; her of this schooL a the unanimous of these invaluable Pills I the sale will be a
a1 know to be had formed a coalition to carry on tbe war Wbertp. wi"al fo hl4 at tb Land TatkbxsBM.
what they 0
elmbebind The field of Morjrarten-the Arrow of Tell- f the information and of I
to ahelter request were suspen tna in the State for .
Ibo sti.lacio *! .f |k.
with the: United States to the Central r. nn" tb M.dermentioned S
1It 1M newt or the peopI4"' This will demonstrate prevent Show'd the might of the weak-claim'd the right of r ned, afirf a meti g .(he scholars took place. my wife, prior to our narriare. had been more or akt Markx.c nmenoinj !

1 hypocrisy ud **$$ 'F10"1- The views of Government from making a treaty of peace Mankind GuGI W. EITnRWU called to the Chair, and less the subject o Chills andFevrrt for about eijrb on Monday, 4th day o S mt. .

o their channel and if is considered by the Administration as very I James Secretary.On teen months, having tried various reeie without to wit: e Oo ,
tbe people mn in a xnor* patriotic unfavorable to a speedy termination of the Sra& sceptre from Despots,and Tyranny fell! I Iolon. a committee,consisting of Samuel H. I success,and wan very much A few Lt numbered two, three, four, .ibt, J

. c ,ilted. would raw {;mighty recantation among If the Mexicans to of Luther unshackl'd the soul Ror L.Keen, a Cofe.was days after our mariag she commenced with Spm- te. twelve fourteen,6le ls..e sigh.teen .
war. nothing our ap .lf
.411PtII1DeI.D4bigpreIeI in this countrY.The .- oppose And Freedom exalted Religion's pure cause; pints to d reltios expressing frr't Pith an or two afterwards withHuZl'sPiZls nineteen twenty, twefy-hr twenty-Ihrae,
tI know itw. arms bat their ru inertia, we may find tbe upon occasion; who.aftea ; used half a box of each t
I people deprecate tb'war,but they : Whilst England, by Charters,Man's rights did unrol abut ; tb twenty-fonr.twenfy .x.ttD4n.twny.it. :
work of effectual slow and few minutes, the which result .
I, know that subjugation very reortt following, were was a : ctntc. She regained he thirty. '
of DO seeking by our owij eonntrr. They difficult. To b tried by our Peers, and will our own Laws. unanimously health and strength Ye.hpidly. and has had no return Ibirt'-lhiry.twnlhirty.b, thirty-eight, forty-4wo', S
It __-- it,:*., -.t.,1. *ith honor and a decent re- RatJved, That the death of our late fellow pupil. of CM!!. and I Ihir..i Ibhty-Dlr.
t (TCTT ltMM w. -'*-- y--- ---- has l been said in the Union 1(. fJt. believe theseMedicines fory-hre. forty-four, Jortyight, fifty,
Something
whole worW. Mexico in- : lately A.Berthelot.cut down in Ihe flower of youth, to be harmless when 5
t respect in the eye of the O'er the of the to this World oflhe West, l.me sfe; a fifty-one, filly-two,fifty-feor, fifty-five/nfty-eix, Iflyeightjixtytwosixtythrre.sixtyfoQrMKtyeiz- \
. Government to avoid it.- and other presses, on the subject of Mr. deeps seas and in the very morning of life, has filled our mind as peeifically,directed,are attended. u ,
! eluded wat done by ouJ| Marks communications to Gen. Taylor and Freedom came, on her mission to votaries true; vith i I tie deepest sorrow, i increased by the sudden and re ults. E. L nfi.radof. IxtY.He. sixty-eight,

I Yea they know that OUK country submitted for yean the Secretary of State. But no new fact has And seeking a chief in whose faith she might rest. unexpected nature of the event. A fresh supply of the above nluablfMeieiD! eventy-eix, le- ael.I"leDy.I", ,,

t to the arrogance and ins ilts of our enemy before the been stated Mr. Marks or his friends on Over Washington's. her Banner she threw! Resolved, That the generosity and nobleness of bit just received in Talahas and eighty-six,eghlr-le tYft.Dio., ,vine,
I rod of correction was nisod. But now that it if by an character, his love of truth, his.ntlemanly bear August 7, 184. LEWIS & AMES. ty-one ,aiiety-six, ninety-eight- ,aioetv- f I
her she
of Concord in
which O'er the
the and the information greenfield progress .
subject adherence
. ; ing hs to every regulation of nine. one hundred
i so capable of wing it, unei.ting hur one and two,DIM boa.
and that,too,
rtised. byfrds does to be of pass'd. to all tend, in Medical
, he communicated not appear the .dol. application study Notice. dred and thre oe hundred and lour,on* )hoadrrd
they will oppose laying jit;jiiown until our opponent sufficient importance to warrant any notice And paus'd for a moment on Lexington's)ilain. an uncial degree,to endear to us the memory of our and si xone hundred and sevenone .

It made to leel most keepl/the danger of provokingthe from oar Government, even bad Mr. Mark.prodlJcl"d Then on Bunker Hi.s height ,to in majesty last, schoolnate.Jtetotced. DR. R. wTriSHER hundred andten.onebundred an.lun.rele"Jt..hea

t Eagle America beyond endurance. from Gen. Arista As she from her home o'er the vast That his unlocked for death, should his professional service dred and twelve,one hundred ,eoe t .
to it authority gaz'd rolling to the public. 1.D
. any teach m I rut youth is no guarantee oflife,and should OFFERS dred and fifteen, one hundred and inc I.I.one
then.to the of this country, hold at Hickory Hill, the residence Rxf I. ;
I We say people for his statements. Mr. Marks in a letter to man. strongly 'impress us with the necessity ol ever doing H.Fisher. cf George dred and eighteen, one hundred nineteen,

t tbem (the Whigs,) totbPir declarations. Out of the Department of State and to Gen. Taylor IV. right, acting justly, and improving our time.RenolveA July 17, 1547. 52 bunn an twenty one hundred an Iwenfy-two f, .f
their mouths conVict them. Contrast their That"as a mark of our for the .
own respect headrest
stated two things that Gen. Arista would a. on bundr twenty.three one
: O'er the ine-over'J rallies ol down.trodden France, an n
deceased will clothe his desk in and
with that of this the democratic party, not we mourning twenty-four hundred
course I gree to' aJopt the Colorado as a neutral line, Her eye on La Fa)et she soar'd to proclaim, Wf'a crape on the left arm till vacation. Notc.THF with all the portions the an h"ft.I tofb

only on the war questidb.! but on all otMr quettions. and that the Mexican Government was pre. From the top of the Bastile,Man's rights to advance, Rr.olftl. That ,,will enclose hi, crave nith a undenige E of the estate 01 eoverey the donation ., tea acre*. 1..Do

r See which is ever on the side of the country- pared to treat with that of the United States. Unfetter'd and bold, to his heart's dearest aim. railing and "the befitting momentoei to perpetuatehis ,deceae.1le of Hamilton Talaba Railroad Company,vbt L.m..tb
, I' TJ>e democratic party fear no County, notifies all against fifty-nine, sixty,
or memory
right wrong. On the, 6th of November, this letter was received c.ims .e let,- I
From the of the Poland's domain said Hyet.-ne. m
heights Alps over Resolred That a of these resolutionssi.rnc i estate to present them,duly with two ,
They it, for their own consciences Copy autbfnticaft. seventy-three and
such cojurt
appeal. and the
1 at the State Department, on She brealh'd forth her spirit in fervor of prayer; by the Chairman and.Secretary, be sent to the afflict in Ihe time prescribed l IIY the ; persims ni t.Cour.

1l' assure them that tbe meed of praise trill be same day a letter was received from \1 r. Black From Sweden's bleak mountains to the rich groves ed parents and brothers. Indebted to said efafl are required to make payment The offering o the abovementioned lets will t* '? ;

awarded them. Wbilehhey regret the eiifctence ol Consul of the United States for Mexico informing of The meeting then adjourned. without dea. ANN ELIZA DEN MORE I commenced o lh dI.piDte and in th* : i

. the war, and deplore thje loss of life in it* prosecu. the Government that the Mexican Spain GEO. W. KCYSEIJ, Chairman. July 52 2m Exetrix.NnH" same order in ar.d'.rtlw prO all i
Shod the light of her s1ilel the Fign, other care.Tho' Jvs. JJ. Dcm-cD. convenient dispatch until) Ihe
tion and tbe waste of mpney necessary to bring it toa Government was ready to receive a Commis. Secretary. lhl baT been
. ".. -- ..... offered. and the sale thus 10 ED **.v> .h.n 1
no false will for a -- -- -- --. Snot &
termination sympathy Four afterward the commis.
.9
speedy bioner.t\ days { ?- Sons of Temperance. Hutficient numberof montfu after date, the Administrator of the b kept open longer t"o wuk.and n private '-'
moment provoke them to insist that our arms hall sion of Mr. Slidell wa made out, and'] he proceeded Nations retraverse their cycle for ages, having been to the application SIX estte of William B. Kilpatrick deceased, will entry to any lot will be ,.til after the t f

. be trailed in the dust alid our enemy be indemnified to Mexico with all possible despatch.Of And Tyrannyvave her rude! sceptre awhile, signatures procured present hi.accounts and vouchers to the HonorableJudge expiration of the two weeks. .

for his expenses and looses. coarse, there was no occasion then to appoint The valor of heroes, the wisdom of sages, for I Charter, the meeting for to-nisht n postponed of Probate of Jefferson County and ask to be Given under my han at the City of Washington, .. r

The opposition complain of the exptruei of die Mr. Marks a* a secret agent even had Shall guide thro the darkness to morning'* bright until Wednesday next, at 3 o'clock, P. M.. discharged e a Administrator of said estate. this twenty-first May. Anno DiDi, en.
when a public meeting will be held at the Presbyterian July '. 1S47. 52 6m thousand egbt bndre and forflolD .
I war. Yet we here see(them proclaiming to Mexico he produced any authority from Gen. Arista smile. By :
Church for the of the Order.- I '
. and the world that tbeyj"Will, as soon as the forms or Gen. Taylor. But he wa told that Gen. O God of our Fathers whose names live in story, organization Notice. J.UIE X PLK

of tbe constitution wiB allow, (that is, so soon as Taylor would not move at present from Cor. Wilt thou succor the feeble, enliht'n the free; All persons friendly to the cause of Temperance are months aftEr date theacting Executor of tbe RICHARD YOUNG. j. '
invited attend. An will Commixiioner the
to explanation SIX of GeneralLao.j
. they shall get hold of tbe reins of government.) not pus Christi.! stood thus till the 12th Till Libert's sunlight, in clear cielbw'd glory. respectfully will and testament of Arthur Burney, Sen. Office. t
llatf'r I of the isles of the then if desired,be given of thethenry and object of deceased, make application to the Hon. Judge
only remunerate her fo; all tbe expenses of the "'ar. of January, Department received a Illumine the wastes sea "i NOTICE. .

but, if possible for all the losses and wrongs wtiich) letter from Consul Black and another from the Order. of Probate Leon County for letters of dismission In pursuance to the provisions of th Act ef Congress .
as'Executor of said
she has sustained at our hands !" What an admira. Mr. Slidel. .4tsting that no arrangementwould The Dark Ages. GEO. 0.. MrMULLIN, Special. Deputy. July 17, 1917. etate.52 Cm to establish, approved a 2 March at St. Mark 1833,. e'itle*.An Act i
1 7. 1S47.f& Florida. Rer-
LIe system of economy they would entail upon us! and that Mr. SliJpl would not Augl ise Receiver of the Land at th

M Turn out the democrats," say they who expend be received as Minister. next day the An Englh Ptc-Tht Duke Xorthum- WE areauthomcd to announce JAMES WIL. I Notice. an rfuire prior to the dy Of 91Io Talah.at.in I

. web enormous sums in carrying on the war with 13th of January, 184G, the order was i sued > -one of the richest peers in Great I LIS a candidate for the office of County Commissioner TIE undersigned, Widow of Edward Singleterry, the any improvements, may have 1f
Uritain died; last month quite suddenly, in 1 d,bte of Hamilton County,hereby gives been made" on the lots designated in this procla.ma1:!
and elect office, and \.ill] the to Gen. to advance from Chris. -
we Taylor Corpus
Mexico, us tq stop at the election in October next.
notice that six after date she will make lion '
his bed at night, after having a few week application ,respectively :and the purchaser at public Ale H
war,and consequently'its heavy expense, and then ti. Gen. Arista could have bad a personal sut.rct to the Judge of Probate for said couny of any lot upon which there are such improvements 4 '
.
WE authorized \ W.S.USDER
attack of influenza. A ffj-: are to announce
i we can reimburse Mexico (or all her losses and conversation with Taj lor oi these subjects at days foreign corres- for her Dower in said estate to b allotted to her.Of other than the owner thertof.,ball, in addition to \
)
wronrsr* This is substantially their meauin and at tiny lime. pondent of an American papers says of the event a a candidate for the office of Tax .Assessor which all concerned are re\este to take notice. the sum to be paid to the United States,be. and hereby j

and Collector, at the election in October next.CO ANN is, required to pay to the owner of the improvements .J
i-i'i'i is between the two systems the honest yet anry the close of the late session Mr. DE"SJIRE ,
Towars It is an awful thought to reflect that all the July 17, IS47. 52 ,the value of them as thus aacrr'ainrd ; and if .
of this country are called upon to decide Who can I \r tM.tated. in a speech in the Senate, enormous wealth of this nobleman-the de. WE are authorized to announce THOMAS payment therefor shall not be made upon tbe day on .

doubt what their vcrdifct will be that unless he was grcatly mistaken,something BARNARD ;!a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor Notice.ALL which the same was purchased,the lot.shall be again
scendant of the renowned Percys-with an and Collector the election in October offered *t public sale on the next day of sale, and ;
would soon be made known to the public at next.fjCJ persons in the estate of Edward
Such then is Gen} Taylor's position. A Ittigof very income averaging from :OOO() to JC3.000 .concernr, late of Hamilton county, such person shall not be capable of becoming the ,
which would show that this Government had ;
.
the RnH'ltditJ1taryramp.,who knows no enemies daily, perfectly unincumbered-oIl not pro ; WE are authorized to announce HUGH ARCHER are hereby notified that.six weeks after dale the Undersigned purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that ,
bat the enemies of his; country! A patriot. whole unnecessarily and improperly brought on this public sale: Provided,That if any lot offered and 1.t
cure a single to or whichhe as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collec- Executrix of said estate,will make application
chief desire is to the administeredin It that Mr. Webster ale eyes bid off on fhe last of tbe sale
see government war. was !supposed I to the Hon. Judze of Probates for aid county day public shall not S
of its might have grasped and breathed farwell. tor, at the ensuing election in October next. be thus for the
purity, and the internty early history re luded to private information far leave to sell the Real Estate of said Singleterry. paid same may be entered at privatesale
possessed
stored no matter by whose! agency it is effected.- by Mr. Calhoun. He cxcush.ely have His grace died without issue, and is succeededin pj- WE arc authorized and requested to announce ANN ELIZA DENSMORE, upon paying to the United State, the sun at
Republican. his titles and possessions by his brother which it was bid off, and to the owner of tb. improvements -
17, lra17. 52 4t Executrix. t
referred Mr. Marks in the WILLIAM MANNING candidate for Tax July
The natural inference from, the above is, says the to agency matter Lord Prudhoe. Though not a man of L a a ,the previously ascertained value there .
for that had been the subject of unsatisfactory great Assessor and Collector for Leon County, at the election of." [,
already Dr. J. H. Scales :
Richmond Enquirer, that General Taylor is not a abilities, the late duke held the high office of By the Act of Congress aforesaid the minimum .
discussion. What there be still in October next.
Whig of the mongrel chool of modern Whiggery. may Chancellor of the University Cambridge. SURGEGON DENTIST price of each town lot i* fixed at twenty-five dollars I.

So far we agree with;the Republican, as doe the behind, if any thing importance, time.wi He also had been Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, $:> WE are authorized to announce J. tE L. WILL I return to Tallahassee about the 20th inst, and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre i I : .

New Orleans Southerner, which the disclose. % HART candidate for Tax Assessor and CoUec. a few weeks. His Room is at Demilly's.A'tt RICHARD M. YOUNG -tCommitnoner 1 .
presents question \mbassadorto the court of St. Petersburg, and a a .
nraifod iinnn. at. their. rMufonrM. ..' the General Land OfRet. : ,
--- ---nn- _
in the following light : special envoy to France at the coronation of for for Leon County,at the election in October next. -July 10, 1547.; 51 JuneS, 1847. 46 --13t- -- -oMn- !
From the.V. 23.
I' Gen. Taylor a ifaig.-We have set'n.o many [ Delta,July ] the ill-fated Charles the Tenth. During the THE friends of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS ". r.:
O-: -
p.iilives.ethons in the Whig papers that Gen.Taylor Lalerfrom the Cily of Mexico.-We have embassy he refused to receive any money for him suitable candidate Superior Claret for Sale. Notice. -
is a Whig. and so inany assertions in Demon a ticpapers respectfully announce as a
seen a letter from Tampico addressed to the outfit, or for anything else, though a diamondhilted BOXES of Claret for Sale. months after date,I shall presentmy account. {
he that think
that is not *Whig, we it high fur I the office cf Sheriff of Jefferson County, at 5 SIX
t time to set the matter fight l so that there may be noare editor of" La Patria," in which is stated by a sword of the value of. 10,000 sterling, F Apply to vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate in i
election that
he in October
next
believing no one July 10, 1947. 51 J. R. FORTUNE. and for the County of Jefferson, sod apply< a discharge { :
squabbling in th* matter. person who left the capital on the 6th inst., voted to him by the House Commons, he ,
i ii the office than he Administrator de bonit of the
more deserving or more worthy as non estate .
"Gen. Taylor u a Whig a Whig of 177G. He that the
for
reported commission\ to treat the whole "
peace subsequently accepted. During
Groceries. of Everett White late of said .
deceased.T. .
County
was in favor of tbe war of 177G. He is in favor of the suffrage of the voters of Jefferson.
with Gen. Scott at San Martin Tesmclucan, time that be remained in France he bad in. BEATTY.Monticello. .
,
the war of 1817. He if till II Whig,that is, a Democratic May 15, 1847. MANY 4 boxes Loaf
Whig-for no pther Whigs appear to he in had not been appointed vp lo that dale(the 6th,) dependant of retainers three hundred gentle. VOTER ,TS reeiye.Havana Sg ,July 3, IS 17. 50 6m i t;

favor of the war." ; and that at the time all the energies of tbe men of birth in his suite. As he progressed I &,:_ ''E are authorized anj requested to announce 2 Bag Rio do. Groceries. :

i I Mexican Government were directed to the through France to Paris he scattered gold among JOHN DAFFIN as a candidate for Tax Assessor do Java do. Family f ;

Good at U is TVur. -At a dinner cf the Young defence of the capital and the means to resist the crowds that surrounded his train of and Collector, at the election in October next. fit) Boxes Brown Sp. JUST received direct from New Orleans by J. R. 1: tc
Oil Sardines
Candles scbr. White j
,
I. Sperm Sperm Line per Wing 1:,
Men's Democratic Association of
Philadelphia, on the entrance thereto of the American army. equipages at every post.town. His wife "as Pickles, Canvassed Hams, ,Olive Oil for 6 Casks clear Bacon Sides,. 1 a
the 5th of July Mr. Dallas the Vice President of The Courier is in receipt of papers from the to Queen Victoria. I {::>- WE are authorized to announce DANIEL. sle on accommodating terms by 2 Shoulders .1 ". t

the United and governess McRAENY, &i' a candidate re-elecior a 2 Han,.. ..1 Ilf
S1atesoffeedthefollo'singpatriotie .Mexico: a late a the l-'th inst. At The remains of the Duke were interred in a fa BRCHLT LNDE '
I cry Circuit Court of Leon at the 3 15 Leaf Lard .
true sentiment: : lime the Mexican Congress was not completely WestminstlrAbb, in the tomb of the Percys, Clerk of the County July.- : 2 Keg Bbl,. j, !:

Illustrations of Democratic Ruin.A organized for want of a quorum.On : state. election in October next. tj',
rojal Leon County 2 Hbds. Brown Sugar, .. i r

Mexican war, withvictories) too numerous to the 10th, the members present had refused { :>WE are authorized to announce WILLIAMC. TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. I BbLTJried Beef. U. 11

mm/ion" J JAn by a majority of one vote, to declare a Ciriialion.-AIter remarking that the 8 Sacks Rio Coffee. '' i
for Clerk of the
Englilh I CAMPBELL, Esq. a candidate lIE of County are hereby noti- S.
with torrents of the hard, a tax-payers .
peace National T Ln 35 Bbls. St. Louis Flour, "
Club that the
in of sufficient numberto assert, citizens of D .J''
An Irish famine reliefed by our abndance. recess, expectation a or Circuit Court of Leon County at the ensuing Octo- tied that I am prepared to receive Taaesdue 10 hf. bbls. 'S _
business and to take into consideration London 1,250,000 never enter the State and of for 1S47. 4t
Taxation reduced with revenue and credit au; commence persons her election. the County Ln .be yea C dozen Claret. 4
mented. I the American of walls of religious edifice," and that our They[ will find me at the House during the t.
: proposals peace.- u "al ,- ----- ------- ------- ---------- June 12. 18-11. .41.
Our farmers,lengthening their furrows. : The Sun of Anahuac says tbe Congress must large towns are in a similar state," ., the Fresh- -- -SU-Louis Flour and Bacon present session,where I shall b. happy A. to meet them. Furniture for Sale. Jr s
Our merchants, dreaming they are princes. FSHER. "
either resolve that shall be Dublin Nation of the 3d instant adds :
negotiations open for Sale. Sheriff and .
Oar manufacturers,buying palaces for workshops.Our er Tn HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK .
I TABLE.
banks full of coin. edith Gen. Scott, or authorize the govern But all these horrors fade before the newatrocities received l per schr. Tallahassee, on consign- July 3. IS 17. 50 ofc _L with two drawers, .

Oar roads and rivers fall of steamer ment to do so. I is not within the ordinary revealed by the London Times of JUST 13 barrels STAR FLOUR. 1 do. do. Book Case, f "f

And though last,not least our schools and nurseries powers of the Congress to enter directly' upon Saturday last in which we find some remarks 10 i do., warranted equal to any in the J. R. FORTUNE 1 do. do. Bureau with Glass top.

fall of children. a negotiation, and therefore it i is probahlethEY upon the undeniable increase infanticide ;" Vcstern country, HAVING made permanent arrangement in New i 1 Curl Maple Lounge with hair mattras
a; Casks clear SIDES, 1 do. SHOULDERS. by which be keep constantly on 1 very wide Curl Maple Bedstead and hair mat-
Coining at the u. $ Mint.-The coinage at the give full authority to the Executiveto how innocent children are daiy"strangled, do. wi ,
wi ALSbO'es very superior Tobacco me- hand a good supply of Flour Bacon of all !. made to order, > ftr'
United States Mint from January 1st to 1st July, ac this affair. drowned, burnt, poisoned, and decapitated common. :cask common Brand). descriptions, which he wi guarantee in all cases of 1 hair mattrass, ;

1S47 i -$ ,WG,223.'j far exceeding,sis the Union The Sun thinks that no negotiations by icJioIcsalc; how the murder of children J. R. lOll lLJNE. first quality,and to b as low for cash as any in 2 Moss mattrasses, ;

the amount coined during any similar period of time' be proceeded in, unless it tend to an bonora. I has ceased to be murder in England" and August ?, 1517.- 3 town Those wishing orders filled in New Orleans 2 Wash Stands. t'I

j jI ble for Mexico that is if he other fearful statements of like character. -- be> will attend to,a be has an agent who makes it hisbusiness 2 Ward.robes,
conduc. a
use. the Governmenf was founded. Under the new peace i I Musical Instruction. to purchase at the lowest market rate 98 yds handsome Carpeting that has not been used .

instructions given byjMr. Walker under the law establishing ted by the Congress. If, on other hand This is horrible. June 12,1S47. 47 but very little all of one pattern. Apply to t

the constitutional treasury,all foreign coin Congress confide the negotiations to Santa PROFESSOR lIERMANBERNREU'TERofAp. July 3, lS-n. 50 J. R. FORTUNE. 4 IU.S.MAILLINE

received by the Government is at once transferred to Anna it is a sign that they desire peace on Princrl.- Boston Daily Times, speaking I. alachicola. being desirous to remain in Tallahas- New Style of ShowerBaths
of the remains of Franklin W. Brown see during tbe summer months woulu be glad to organize which
the Tin :
terms. had at Manufactory are
the Mint wbere it i irecoined, and out Am. any b
paid as
class of ladies and CAN f
,
According to an article in the Monitor Re- printer, who was killed at Buena Vista, being ; a composed young gentle- and such as every person ought to ._ _
,erican coin-the only!form in which it will circulate men fo instruction in VOCAL, MUSIC. insure health during hot weather. J't
publicano of the llth there was a be. taken to Yazoo, where he formerly resided, also! class of gentlet.m have to
tbe people. There is reason to believe rupture He is now organizing a young June 12, 1547. 47 .
among every 't .
tkat million dollars trill be tween Santa Anna and Canalize-but tbey says :-" We find the printer in every rank of _..nforinstructioninlNSTRUMENTALMUSIC.upon _u __ .. -- .. -.40... f
nearly sixty cf converted met together and were and Cana. life. He is foremos at the bar the Cicero of any instrument that may beda-sired-and is prepared Plantation for Sale. w .
intt American coin during the aJminitlration rf'concle the forum to supply instruments of the latest and most ;
the
lizo have in the Luther of the pulpit. In Plantation known
was to an important post Cap. construction to the class. sale the as JwL
Pnnlent PolL"WiringlThe
of ital. !the batle. too, he is never laggard-but pproved Prof. I U. will also give lessons tipnn the Guitar and .FOR; Bianca, !in.Jefferson coun- |,|ljg From Tallahassee to Macon. : I.

it is only then that he forgets the class of ladies .containing 3.00O' Through in f rty-trDtJ lovrtfnm TaffcfcuiK to
,
The same that Santa Anna was ruirpnt.of Piano Forte, either to a young or private ares
New York Express rabid whig) paper says
( his profession-for ho almost le-son to individuals at their residence or of land of which there are about 9CO .Macon, and to C1t Tlntllfl in three day, ;
contains a long article proving that Gen.Tartar is airhig determined lo govern with ihn Minister of invariably he has instruments of a a upwards of 700 now in cultivation in cotton in time to take Ihe Mail Soatt on
knocks his his superior
own
because he says he is a tO-parf.man-th Warand Fioance, and with the higher officers enemy's type into pi. when This Plantation is situated in the most desirable .DnA tAe fftlfrlll toy. S

Espretl declaring Whigs bmg a no.par'ypor1y! of ihe departments Justice and of For. Arrival and Departure of tbe Malls. qu-.litf.Pro. B. keeps constantly on hand: and offers for par of the State, being within two miles and a bal THE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Monday
and Grand Pianos from lie manulactory cC Monticelo. the county site,where there is a POt and Fridays, at 4 O.tJ Ck. A- M.,
Admirable! Theonly party is said to be Democraticone. cign Atair. I NORTHERN A.TD WESTERN-Arrives Wednesdays, .ale>f Henry Tianns Herat Pans, and of JJen Raven, at Ofce) Churches, Schools, &and within and arrive in Macon(via Qniney.Bainbiidtre.New-

Hear the editor's scrupulous fidelity to the Republican, of the 1'Jth, remarks that Fridays, and Sundays, by :o'clock A. M. Open by New' York. Pianos tuned and repaired&in the best miles of Tallahassee, capitol of the ton, Albany. Americu,and PmyJF .o T eAays,

truth: Gen. Soti not very soon march upon the G A. M. Closes Sunday, Tuesdays, arid :uiinei. He also offers for sale an assortment of tate. It is well watered throughout, abounding in Thursdays and Saturdays, at la sicIo kt'RIM..UI;

nat has been o'cok. Mucic in sheet, and i i.prepared to publish mu.iC torder. prints of the finest water and is remarkale.even time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving'Maeon on
party a band of robbers stylii.g capifn1 Thurtdavs, at S P. M. :
themselves that Santa Anna bad offer o'cok. The testimonials to the quililica- in this healthy neighborbo for it uninterrupted Mond's.WedaesdaTs.and Fridays at4 o'clock A.M. .
Democrats ol seems highest a
every variety, as w'e have again
EUTEal )* and Sundays, lealth. On it good Dwelling .,and arritingln Tallahassee Thursdays
before remarked who have as-ociated ed his i nalion-ro;. find in the Monitor luL.'rries Thnrla tions aid character of Prof. B. can b furnishcM l. ilrluire. very How on Tuesdays
together under rf e by 6 P. M. Closes Saturdays Tuesdays, with piazza all around containing eight fine rooms, and Saturdays at ID o'clock, P. M. This line :

Aid of party law.discipline" lo plunder the people by the of3 l July, that his resignation was refused at S o.cok. M.tnCEL i a profpcient in the manufacture of ornaments bide servants apartments Kitchen Store Room, connects with the Central Rail Road Savannah Au

by a committee to \\hcnn the Mjlijct' had !'cok.l.MAIL Arrives from(the hair, such js bracelets rinser-rm, House, Bath House Spring House for Milk, Milledgeville and Western Rail RoaJ to Co- 4.

The Richmond l been referred. ( Monday and Thursday : necklaces. &c., and will execute any work of this Vc.,all in good order and repair. The Negro Quarters tmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Lin
$3- Timer, an influential Whig *, by 6 o'clock, P. M. Close Mondays and in a most beautiful style. Persons order. ,Overseer's HouseGin House,Plantation Stables, from Quiocr to Chattahoocbie, and thence to Apa-

paper in Virginia in view of Gen. Ta)Icr's avowal A letter from Puebla July 1, published in Thursdays, at H o'clock P. M.1.NEW. description such ,work it being done her-. can be quite sure Fence&. are also in good order and capable of ac- lachicola. Passengers can go (rem Tallahassee to r, S
leni the Monitor, cube 3d, rtates that the Admir- in" hundred There U also Columbus in three days, and but one night will be t.c
that be will not hinttlf lo party schemes, in- .PORT MAIL-(Not l permanent)-Arrives on that the identical material furnished is used in f the commodstingone nego. a
Doctntly it only I remains for the can troops were concentrated in the upper of minutacfire of the article ordered- If desired,Prof.B. mall but unfailing water which there is a pent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. r
eaya Whig to Mondays, WedoesJ bJ", and ,
part Fridays by P.
the town ibe heights of San Juan "o'cok. will instruction in this beautiful art,and also Grist Mil now in operation.To The public may rest assured that every attention willie
,
find a candidate uho will not RUDELY reject our de Lorclto occupying and The letterstates M. Closes Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at in Embroidering rive ,specimens of which may be seen at purchaser this property will be sold paid to the comfort of those who may natroniza '
same
embraces, and who is willing to commit himself to Guadalupe. S o'cok. P. M.THOJUIYLLE. residenre north of the Presbyterian Church. low, as the owner is about to remove. Possession this Line. I
hio
that the treat the inhabitants with which time FARE: S
ear policy!" troops MAIL-Arrives Auzust7,1517. 3 given on the 1st January next at wi
_ the utmost respect in tbe daytime, and as soon Wednesdays by 7 also disposed of, if desired by the person From Tallahassee to Qnincy,32; to Balnbridrr., 4 .
1' M. Closes Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock,P. b stock the e 5 to Albany.tit,and to i2.
o'cok. and of the now on ; Macon |
the lot corn plce j
hour of strikes are
they part
(O* Th; editor of the Memphis Enquirer has been as evening prayers M. NOTCE.Taxes : Those wishin to purchase would do well e. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors. I .

informed by Col. Tator, brother to General Taylor confined in their camp. A detachment of 45 55- The POt Office will open from 7 to S Taxes Taxes. mine the land while the present crop i is growing. By JOHN M YARN Agent. t n

that the hero of Buena Vista will return home in or 50 dragoons bad gone as far as San Martin, b deliver Collector for Leon ,, For terms, apply! to T.BET.who resides on QO Office at tnp'Planter'. Hotel. Tallabaawe.
A. lo Northern rpIIEundersigned.Tax
on Sundays, and County
Neteaber Dut.SiapTar without meeting with any geria. o'clock. I. _L hereby notifies all tax payers of said County the Plantation,and will show it. E.BAILEY,Agent; atMaJ.NATHANS- ,in Quiocy. i
Western Mails,and from G to 7 o'clock P. M.,same JuIyl7l841. 53
Gen. Valencia arrived Potosi that be will attend at the following places,between Also; S 1.

Confessions*-Tbe Troy Whig on the 5th, and took the command ; his for. day,to deliver Eastern Mail. the hours of 9 and 12,A. M.of each day for the pur. For sale low several fine tract of Land in various .3OOPeces* Calico;

ttjt: Poulblj one reason why Gen. Taylor tner station is filled by Gen. Salas. Third powt Ihe>receiving, their 147 State: and County Taxes due Counties, viz: 1800 acres if Tiger lam ock. Wa. 'SPRING and Summer Prints, choice-patterns,jait I t
for present year tbe J
RwufQuerlyMetigs S40 River
ulla; county; on Apalachicola and for sale
declines candidate is that 9th are by" .
to run u a party At Fort Braden School House, August let. in Gadsden county ; 960 acres near St.Andrewla Bay, L. t H. GREENBERG 1
h* does not xruh to be barmsed such the TALLAHASEE DISRIC. Benjamin Hale's House 10rh" ft. CO. I
bj a Insulting If'tll in Court.-Among Washington county; 2SSO acres in the ArredoodoGrant April3,1R47. 31
Tallahassee four
Sation. days meeting Sept'r. 1. Hth I I .
lock of oQice-tefkbg corrnoranta as thatwhich matters presented by the PhiaeJpbia grand Warrior)ti.ion, Spring,Campme'ting.I 13. .a'.' Rob'Beard'a Store X Roads, Miccosookie, 13th to .. ,Alachua county East Florida; 2000 acres o S

hovered round Gen. Harrison from tbe jury of Juhyterm, is tbatofhe unrstrin. Truupville Circuit Bethlehem,4 days meet. I 23. .. ,Pisgah Church House 14th I the St.John's..South of in Lake Duvil George; 1600 acres onthe DB.J.S.BOD

time or bis election tolbe hour of hit death. ed abuse witness L1membn.r the bar in Madison Circuit, Cherry Lake, Campm'in." 29. ? Mannington, lot"fiyrd's Ss St.lobn', to Col.River,Siblev,Editor coanty.of the Floridian.Apply uabe "\FFERS hia professional services la the citizens I 'I
or
W.Rough and Rradjr wbo never retreated court. The grand ju er licensecalculated ThomMVille." at Campground, days mel. Oct. 7.Leon .. Shop, lamonia Lake, 171h" I The Montgomery S S Flag J Advertiser, Comm.busTimesSavaanahRePUb1icancbw15tonC0rieT. \J of Tallahassee an4 the snrronadingentry..
c .
at Macedonia.4 meetis. I t4. Jacbon.18th"5 45 S
beic a' ., Lake Office at Faber'a
Hotel.
,, a I recoiling at the bear idea otboseWZdjtncherosthe to abridge dignity of the court Ge. Monro' '
Hamilton at Swift Creek,Campmceting, 20.Monticetlo .. Tallahassee C. H. 19tb, 2Oth and 21st and Richmond May a 1841. 45 tf
Carolinian
Whig omce. ekiD: and to interfere *hh tbe proper ecarse of jus- .at Cross Roads,4 days meeting," 23. JU A. FISHER, Serif and Columbia South month Enquirer, r 4
January, sad
corm.rMt l We put some frith In Ibis and lie*. ,It be nee &a.young man to. Minateran friends are' respectful i"lrd I ex .5t1., Tsi Collector** Lln County. will Tills copy to this once Office a,and I ti.ts copy of each paperontainmf W -Two Horse Bar ferSaJe.HTsrlE .

= 1st 4Unk that in repudiating} the named Si lately a Ul.U Philaderphia .tD, meeting P. J'. SMITH P. -Ja1y24. 1847. :' -'M S it to T.! BeT :Mteeriber a light tooojy BAROUCH (it. ,

-P. puff, G4si.Tb.s made retreat.uaIte7 upon a lawyer ma Bar r thisTerytbfng. 'AociHa,Fla., July 2fl, 1947.0y.Tb E ORANDPSOfI31irAPPI7t0 :: ; Mobit (ia. JL being quite broad)that h** witf mil low." '. :

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i .MelUke4eM4cawr .f.M: AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING 'w ABU I 1 .CONSTITUTION THE STATE OF FLORIDA, S A "& & .trtleJ*,'ia J> ; I****;.foe.Li.'y' J suorr CatRanswQ .. t-

( : and).IcCarthIatref-k.lPNtt B JSsmirft i .b. 17, : >aOPE.JAOa&DTnb. feur- Bma wEd Wjlli D. Be'j ,
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i-M Market /feats, trill ft* /MOM THE undersigned beg len annotmce lo Pub- THE NEXT GCNUAZi;AMEJtM.T.. 5.Nlc. n. .
: and. Printers, thatth. hare nt.blisht; J*'Refetrtr,et.
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'ir' 't; A GEVKftAI.AMOKTMCHT OF a complete and extejtsiv i TYPE I mHE firm of "H. .Co." rrppeariutte the t
.1t t 'J. Fancy, *t1k and 8iaj l 'Bry Goods, city. The Book Lte of this .'oudr was cut lo ,.It Act.,. to amend the C.**Htvtian */thu Stoic JL ,It I R SU a"Jb1 davit ms.in tbIao.asPthetlba.smJ.atiofuclcsac,.., I.1 '
.. .: c order by workmen and, no FHOM CIIATTAIIOOCHIK T 'OA. f extend to all free white mile inhabitant*, Sa i dilnd mata. Z'iijab
BonnetsJHat! Boo.and c Hardware. long u rilC a It nl sent. k Roberts sod David E&anaal
ji i / \N and after the first day of line lfig eititent tf tht State, toho shall Ja authou Mt. a ,
: '' VfUlow. Crockery and Stone Ware, expense was to obtain the handsomest faces JUT| UaU lineal with the side out of tbe atvofPIodaiatdt '

:i ,.: .:. :;1 Glu Wo.Wfre, Groceries, tc., and to perfect spre every respect,we will ventvre to W will be run regularly in TWO HORSE AGE have five fraauJde.S resided teMin. t Sa one year tne. tlcc- Ja cn'e will continue 'tnr btrafocM at the Williams, Administratrix of WilUaa i B..1IiII

: REAB>1T MADE CLOTHINU.coijumTO say it wi b found a handsome, it not the handsomest Te undersigned, g the contract to carry old stand of Klrksey Jt Seward, when he wi b deceased, resides ia Ibe Eastern Ciresigp_ .
United Ste. We have also a very I this route,intends to give every l facility to 0N- 1. Be I mtdt*y the Senate a pleased to receive a continuance of the II it Ordered. That said Ransom J. ; .
or THE FOIXOWIHG: and lob Letter of travellers who wish to take this Columbus How Stale of h oesse,
assortment
. : handsome may route by of titlt old friends,and those of Mr. H. R. Seward. Roberts and David Emanael,'do
: 'i p.1'' Ladies' Barge; and Muslins, in dress patterns, the latest style, to which ,. would call the atten Ga., North. rida i* General tH That the first JAMES months,and said Frances Willis* .

; ). TarltQO.Organdee and P..t Mon. tio of Printers; before purchasing elsewhere. All Good, stages, the best of tem and obliging drivers clause of the sixth article be 8 KIRKS. said, within two months, from tbe**,date Adaffe.i.

1:1 :i : Book, Mull-Swin and Jacot ., articles manufactuiedTby u shall b of a mateia .; in a word every. pains will b taken to give amended as follows,viz: Every free white male per Jane 26( HANS SWARD. licaticn of this1 ord.r.and shew of &tZk?!
!. .4. .. Plain, barred and stripe Cambrics, equal, if not superior, to any Iti (acionand caldu8 tltWU/hi gte son ot the age of twenty-one yean and upwards,and Tataha' 181. 5 should not be revived,and caose war tagl !

Ii'P'' : White and Uack Tarlton Muslin, North and a we shall sell Jype at New York prices water.) to tho who may cho route North. I who shall be, at the time of offering to vote, a citizen W. 8. DILWORTM filed in this otherwise answer the orlfaal LM

; 1 ;.:,.dt Black Crarjfe,black Bariege, we trust to meet with encouragement.We The stage wi leave Chattahoochie every Tuesday of the Unite States, and who shall have resided same will cause and the original a decree mrrinr

:I, t. '.' Green Birifcge. Black Lacejand IAO Veils, are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE and Friday A. M arrive at Fort Gaines next and had domicil, home and place of i Attorney at Law fesstd. M pass it wurtiaOrder bill be TbsiTS!?*

Ht .. 'j Gin hnDsl: hCJ solid colours and TYPE of any magnitude,with promptness. We days by.12. M. Leave Fort Gaines every Wednesday permanent abode in Florida.'for onel"r next pre. Monticello, Jefferm County, Florida, this order be in *. ;

: ..ii Barieg ani M 1ft an Shawl would also particalarly call the attention of Printers and Saturday, at 1, P. M., arrive at Chatbhoo- ceding tbe election at which he ofer to vote, attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle the Middle Circuit poblisned of Florida some newspaper pri&tsil U t
elnroiderJ entire chic next 8 P. M. and who shall, at such time and for immediately WILL one a week for
I i Do. an{ Silk to our LEAD Laving an new set o days by month .and of the County of Colombia of months. br
;I..t i **t' ,It- Fancy silkjilandkerckiefs, mould.by are enabled to furnish a per Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via Fort preceding said time, have had hait. teEter THOMAS(Signed)

.. i Linen Cambric, fet We are also Agents for the sale of the Gaines, Blakeley Chattahoochie, Quincy to Tallahassee lion domicl. home and place of permanent Circit., Ford S July 3. 18-1. BALT2KLL hi*
\J'' ; .;.\ 4)j HJkfs, 'plain he.itcbe and Napier. Washington and Smith PREE.which ,will find this the most expeditious route. in in which he may offer to vote, shall b. Montielo Augt 2,1846.Law 5o..aa.

; D. together with Chases,Cases, Composing!Slick.Fur. T. D. WILON. Proprietor. deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this Jefferson.County -

": k;. ,..1 Black "rbroldee. Kid Glares, niture. Ink. and every other article the Quincy, June 20, IS 17. Constitution and none others, except in elections by Notee.BROCKENBROUGH T A v flT.Tf'I'n. _
I 1 Silk tnetale and velvet Work Pockets, Printing i buintsl,will be kept on hand:and furnished i
i :: .. Black, white and fancy coloured silk Mltl. at manufacturer's pricei. Worms Worms! Worms in which cal the elector must have been a MAXWELL I JD 71Y virtue i of authority Tested in ffiebv f ,.i'ball
:t White and blatk twist silk Gloves, Editors and Printers wishing to establish] a Newspaper resident of the State one year next preting the expose for sale,before the Court Hotat
.' Job Office will THE bane of childhood,and the certain precursor electionand six months within the H. BROCKENBROUGH wi return to F- I Monticello.Jefferson County _' .
: Lisle Editing Muslin Edgings an Inserting or Printing b famished with rletion WM. on (be
;. :t.. : ;i Black silk Lace, 1 to 8 in. an estimate in detail for the same, stating the size many dansrerom diseases, if allowed to remain in which he offers to vote Provided, That no sol in time to attend all Courts of I Fint Monday Octobernett

t: ,: \. : Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces, of the pal.r. or the particular style and quantity of long in .iuiansj stem( in great numbers. dier, seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navyof Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties the following property, or so much AnZyear

Parasols, and Sun-shades, work to be executed.5CJ Thousands Children die annually from ( the United Statesunless he were qualified elector in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the I pay the Stat and Count; Taxes dM as wj I1
o
\ : Palete.
j: 't,, .; China,.trw ancy Muslin Bonnets, : The proprietors of newspapers who wi publish Worms! of this State previous to his enlistment a such Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will b,, 1840, vii: tAtnoa [or the

; 'c: Misses China and do. do. do., this advertisement six months and snd paper The season is now close at hand when thy become soldier, seaman or marine in the Regular Army or devoted exclusively to the legal poftlt E I. SEJSec.29T. I, R. 3 N

I?. .: ; Bonnet Flowers.and Ribbons, to our office weekly will be paid for the advertisement most troublesome to children. I Navy of the United States or of the revenue service, claimsVagainst the United Sat ., ( NE4.NE4." 32.T.l.R.3Na.E.40&E. 80 terti'

I. '' Lute ring Ribbons, assorted by 'purchasing six times the amount of advertising Dr. Woodi-iiIPs Worm Spcc/flo/ shall he consideied a resident of the State in consequence prosecution of which. arrangements have been madein NWJ.W l." 33T. 1R.3K. .4

:I I. : Fancy 2ST.lR.3N&,4o
safe and efficient for Worms. it.
; a remedy Try March 13, 1847. 34BlacksmlthlngHoraeshoelng 55
Black and white silk Hose, GREEN CO. I Passed Senate, December 1. IS4D. (\. SE .SW llt 28, T.
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,.,,: White, brown,blue, and slate cord ditto, June 2G, {17. 40 Cm( 'J7 & Row. I is as good a the best, and cheap a!the cheapest. II. MAYS, President Senate.II. NW .NEl" 33T.JR.3.N.E.40.R-3.NJtE.40 -
c : Mr. Shipley, of Miiscogec Co..Ga., it &c. Is
,. ; Joseph says .
,
white and brown do. do., ARCHER Secretary Senate. All io
t lhst brought 20 .
Notice. away a ,belong- ,ale
; and paper painted Fans, negro Passed House, December 18, 194J! (eraon

4: I .:. ':. Pink Fether, white, scarlet, straw and blue Flounce, ALL persons hating claims against the estate of in!; to him John in J.abort time.of Whitesville) I ROBERT BROIl, Speaker Ho. Reps.M. THE undersigned has made arrangements to car CooDty.SMITH SIMONS.
ears the BLACKSMITH'S in .
Lawn Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting, late deceue. 1lr. Litle. O. D. PAPY, Clerk. BUSINESS
,: Long Putter, of Washington County, it in one case brought 50 has Sbfr. and u officio Tax. CoL C.
away branches. He attention Horse
paid particular to
.
: Linen Table. damask will them to tho subscriber within June 18-7. .f1J
present another it cured his
t.
f: ;- : '. Linen Napkins, Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas, prescribed by 01 they will barred; case negro woman of Tenia or shoeing and feels] confident that be ran give satisfaction
: lw. b Tape .In Act to amend the Constitution of this State to their -
J''m.Mr. to who favor him with
?' ..: Russia Diaper, Crash and Huckerback Toweling and thos? indebted to eltate will paymentto Boyd, of Coweta Co. Igave to make the sessions of the General.Assembly any may workin 8. F. BURNEY
,
a this HU is in the
.o bleached Cot. Gt. says respect. shop rear of the City
and ,
brown the subscriber. Has
to 12-4
Sheeting
; Just Received
it biennial instead Schr.
I to a who of annual. per
: : negro boy in bad health it Tallahassee
Hotel and the .
'. .. Col'd Cambrics, white and brown Holland, I NATHANIEL MILLER Executor. \a adjoins Livery Stable of Mes. Miller trm
,: .: : brought away worms! He was soon 1. Be it enacted the Senate and New Orleans, (really and
.' Bmbaine.lik Velvet black Satin t Jane 12. l'-l7. 47 2m well and immediately this 3t SECTION by & Brokaw. His prices wi be very liberal, and not poetically,\/ m
.. 'o Alnada. so un' timA Representatives of the State of Floriflain he resntet. full.v solicits a of public Datronae. now openlnr.
.; :. Furniture Catco Notice January. IS 17. convened That thesecond
I
Cruel of number Gtl"a1."mb HENRY B. 'FIT Ginghams Swis .
;
". : GRlnu., Pike Co., Oeo., July 1' 181''/ clause of the Constitution of June 19, 49 St PLAID: McsJia
Tape Ncedfes Silver Thimbles Fancy Binding HEREBY given that George Russ, one of the Dr. artce 18- do. Irish{ Linen,
l .... : Number, various kinds fancy silk Trimmings, IS heirs of the estate of James Russ Late of the WoorufPIl''c forward immediately three tins State be so a to read a follows, viz: Batieste do. M ito
dozen
:.: : } your Specific We have calls it 2d. The members of the Notice. Netting,
for House
of
Linens for Blk !
; White brown and fancy coloured mens County ot Jackson, in the State of Florida,dec'd., Representatives' white do. Black &lk
Send without
daily. F'11ftGJon.
.. S i k wear, has this dJY,by his attorney filed his petition before dely.. Respectfully shall be chosen by the qualified voters, and shall SIX month after date, I shall present my account Mourning ldaalio., Cot. Osnabeip
... C. hILL & CO. serve for the term of two years, from and after the S and bvew.
'. Fancy coloured Cottonf.Jl the Judge of the Probate Court of the said County. to the Hon. A. McDonald, Judge Printed Muslin, .
'r' ;,.: TALBOT Co., Geo., December U. IS45. of the first election under the amended 1
day Constitution
:. : and Fancy for a distriSution of said estate; and that. three Dr. of Probate in and for the County of Maditl. "and Embruidered MusliN,
Pretty "ortmit Woodruff
have
t t recently made trial uf and no longer and the sessions of the General
month from the date of this notice, he will ask for your ; apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estate ALSO
Worm :
ITIadc Clothing. in bad
,
ITens' Ready aterv case with ;
j Specific the hipplesteffect. be biennial, and
an order for a distribution. .osrrblYlbal commence on of John W.Richardson,late of said County 5 hhds. Bacon Hams, :3 bbls.No.
.
; ,. ( HATS, UMBRELLAS. kc."f B. F. DENNARD, I I think more of it than ever, and believe it the November, in each and every S. B. deea. 5 Is Sides. 2 Mackerel
: ', ". Patent and Calf Boots, and pegged, will do in 99 cases in the 1UU. second or at such other times .. 18-16,
...; Calf Bootees, le\e. do. do. Attorney for Petitioner. J. E ROPER, M. D. by year law. a may b prescribe Madison County, May 15,1847. 43 6m 5 Shlders 20 bbls..' fine F1ovr,
: Jane 12. 47 mBa 10 kegs leaf Lard
Crushed
r.J '.,. Fashionable Beaver and Lgbor Hats, J"-7. Sc. 2. Be it further enacted That the thirdcause Notice. 3bbls. II Loaf D4' Brewe I

-. and Palm and Billiard Room. REMEDY of fourth article of the Constitution Sugu.
: Mens' Bpys latl TiE NEEDED ALL persons having demands against the estate of June 12, 1S47. 41
:. '. '. ,.. Cotton Ginghams and Sik Umrela. MONTICELLO FLORIDA. For Dysentery, Diarrlura, Griping Pain end so that the samekhall read a follows: 3d. That the Tucker late of Leon county deceased,
.. Representatives! shall bcchojcn on the first Monday will take notice that them the
Hd Wae. Summer ] they must present to DR. J.REESE'S
& undersigned respectfully informs his friends Complaint: of Children.
and wood TIlC in the month of October in each and
Mill, key tenat Saws, every second undersigned, duly authenticated, within the time
cro.ut. the public that he has opened a BAR AND From the late lamented Captain Georgia year, from and after the first election under this law LIVER & DYSPEPTIC
Augenfleichise1andbracs\ithbit.asortd. BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side loLU1 : a- prescribed by ,or this notice will b plead in bar MEDICINE.
.". Ri-gtmenf. mended Constitution or on such other!
1 day of their
: plte} stok. trnk. cupbad of the public for their andtheir BRAZO a may recovery. of feeble
square aomnlObtiln ST. IAGO coartflufionj
and till assorted July 21, P31G. be directed by law. PERSONS and the,.ef
box horse JOHN Admr. p.-
.. .* )'; Pocket and, table Knives Lk, .ho and butcber'do., solicits patrQna e. His BILLIARD TABLE is Dr. M- Woodruff Dear Sir-I owe you a apology Sec. 3. Be further enacted That the fifth clause June 19, 1817. WILOZ habits, are Often' troubled with habitual
: of the and i in for costiveness, which
ont nuM excellent not acknowK-dzing before this the of oftenexerts a
'. ; Carving Knives and Forks arrroratfJ. receipt a of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read very unfavorable
.. of Old Rough apd Ready Ra order. JsR i:8torr the best.l JI7nr !iquota box of your D>!entary Cordial, which you had the lolon. viz: The Senators shall be chosen by thequalified a SANDS' ARSAPARILLA influence upon their general health,which is partic

:: RORSIe\lef ; alJ a variety of CONFECTIONARY. kindness tei send me while in Columbus, for the use ] electors for the term of four years, at the ularly manifested. by irregularity if not total loss ef

German silver table and tea, Britannia table anti His roms will be opened at all hours, of my corps.I jarnc time in the same manner, and in the same FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE appetite. In this condition ef the system, this as-

., :, : tea, andiron table and tea Spoons day and evening; strict attention to business have found it a most valuable medicine, and only place where they vote for member of the House of OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN tide is confidently recommended with the aanmuct
: and a desire to |1.1 Ia e, he hopes to sire satisfaction regret that I have not of it. Whenever that, if the dose is
supply IMPURE STATE THE BLOOD properly adjusted
Kettles .
'. ; Box,coffee and corn Brass preserve eenera my Representatives' ; and no person shall be a Senator 0' so as not t
.,,; Mill to his customers. Call and see men hare followed I he direction have invariably OR HABIT move the bowels l too actively, relief be
SYSTEM ma
Chains unless he be white relied
Log, fifth trjice. dog : they a man, a citizen of the :
haler
:. '' Waffle and Wafer-irons, S B. HARRINGTON.. found relief. We have suffered and are suffering States,and shall have been an inhabitant of Unite VIZ: upon without any or even the least anpleasaat consequences

., r.1in'Wrought Nn irot AWM Stel: Trans. -Monticello- -, May J. lS-7.- .41 much from Dv"enary! occasioned by the wretched tnr two years nEd Jrpcedjn hit I,cinn_ .nd th. .-cf.-, .?,. '..'.. _.i nlJOOnn';" -n"-...,;.."-.,.. respiting from the ase of common ram.. .-

.*< Ames'SpadeA, and long and short-handle] Shovels, Boot and Shoe water WP have to drink, bjit your Cordial u. restoring ]last year resident of; the district i r-county t for whichhe Cutaneous J'f.Erlpti0 Pimples Pustules the live meuicmej usually resorted to.
o Persons
'.' Snaths, shrob Scythe and reap Hooks, Making. all to thrir wonted health and "rf. With shall be chosen, and shall .have attained the age Face, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, o Ring subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on tie

.... Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools and f I MIEundersignedhaving purchased the my sincere thanks (or your kindness, l't ishcs of twenty-five years. Warns or Teller, Head,Enlargement preventive properties of this medicine by astorkeo

: '_,' Many, many articles in the Hard.ware line notmentioned. -L entire stock and for jour success I am your obedient servant, Sec. ,1.:lie it{urtllrmndtd, That the sixth clause Pail of the Bot Scal, Joints, an",, tbe first intimation of an approaching attack. There
:4 .REJssrLv. who is ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon Guards. Siu are some constitutions Jiah.'e: to regular attacks
ef
abut leaving the State, of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read Syphilitic Sciatica Lumbago andThaeases
: : Willotv and Wood respectfully friends and the A fresh supply of the above valuable meiCincs. folows. viz: The classification of Senators made a ariring S.fptOII from an o use of Mercury Billions Fever almost every fall; to such tbe as*of

i. .:.. Wa. public that he is at present at the old stand, where I just received and for sale by Lewis &Ame.. Drug. session ol the General Assembly.held in ,.Iseites or Dropsy, inuic.r Imprudence, this medicine is recommended, beginning to use it
of all sizes,
Churns, 3 sizes-Tubs gists, Tallahassee by the middle of May first of June.
nets prepared to rxccuteTall work in his line with ; aUobj Manning M.Man- the year ISIS, shall continue unchanged ; one half in Chronic Constitutional or
i '* Well Bucket.lPais.Bras*and iron-bound Buckt promptness and despatch. He has on hand the finest nington, Leon. County; Jaa. B. Beard, P. M, Micco- of whom -nearly possible, shall chosen forever Lfe.1'0. Ddt Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience .

.4 ...., Keeler ):. Wo-meaure. of calf sin.. and all soils of materials, and will sookie, Leon County ; S. F. Burney, Miccosookie ; hereafter a biennially a for the tetm b four vears: -pills preparation is a combination hitherto on a sense of fullness, weight and oppression

: ,... Willow Chaire and Cariage. make at notice and in the best manner: GENTLEMEN'S Samuel Puleston, Druggist,Monticello; James Hine, Provitled however, and it is hereby that I known in the history of Medicine, differing en-. about tbe stomach after eating will find Ibis medi
Work Baskets and covered Market ditto Quincy Joshua delare. tirely in its character and operations from the various cine afford almost immediate relief.
Davies.ofGadden
: BOOTS AND SHOES of descrip ; County ; D. Baker the term of office of that class of -
; Groceries. (tion. BooM fott soled,and otherwise every repaired in P. M., Chattahoochie, and Wm. Powers, Merchant red at the first election under the amended Constitution preparations Sarsaparilla which have been Ladies near their confinement ofteu suffer from
: at different times offered! to the It acts
.. and Teas good style He Marianna. publi. specifically heartburn and costiveness: to such this article is
will
; Young( Hyson/Imperial/ Powcbong charges. warrant ,shall extend to,and expire on, the first Monday the whole it
Java his work to be equal to done in the 37 in upon system bringing highly recommended, as it can be used withont tbe
Rio and any place, .Apri.3.18- eighteen hundred and fifty. .
I. Cofe. Otober. under its direct and immediate influence. least
'.t Butter and and to give as good satisfaction a to fitting a any it further enacted That the first election possessed of powerful healing effects yet Alhougb. headache danger,and it is with invaluable.great benefit. In sick ornerT009 -

: Roe Herringsin; barrels, other workman. PRINTS ONLY. for Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution i- tirely harmless, that it cannot injure the del. This article
1 \' .' No. 1 and 2, Mackerel. in i bbls., brand, 15r. -&, JOHN LERCH. ,shall take place on the first Monday in October icate constitution.8 When in perfect health mot, no effect dial and tonic will be found to act a* a pleasant esy..,

.. .: ". ."r 10 ibbls. Fulton Market, No. 1 Beef, Msy e, l47." 43 I SPRING STYLES-1847. eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first is produced by its use except an increase of ap.petite same time fulfilling restoring intention the appetite, aid at the
' .* White Rice dried Apples and Peaches, session of the General Assembly,under this amendded every that tbe common
;: :: >, Bs. I ; but when disease is seated in the frame and purgatives are intended to effect
: J' '. '* '. .. ibbls. soused Pigseet. LEE & BREWSTER Constitution,shall I commence on the fourth Monday caring fast its victim along the path of life.then table,and when used t purely seff -

. ..' r. .:. Rbl. antbbl.. Flour, mon Srp, in rovembr, in the year eighteen hundred and it mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindles will be found an invaluable according article to the H..
.
CEDAR ,especially to those
:s ".' Canl Colgate Pearl Stach, STREET, NEW YORK new life. and vigor, and health and strength afflicted with
': .q ": Colgate I pale Soap, brown and toilette Soaps, Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that they Passed Senate, December 22, 1846.- to the suffering and bring or General Debility.Prepared DyspepsiaDeraiugeneent. of the Liver,

L Pickles assortM-Catsups. asrte. have received, and are now exhibiting, at THE D. H. MAYS, President of Senate. .TRUTH is STRANGER THAM Ficnojr."-LET

: .. Olive Oil. loaf and crshe ; WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed Calicoes H. ARCHER, Sretn ot Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK TOR THE3nLTEs.-follow Georgia, and by for Doctor sale J. Reese GrifEo, Pile coaafy,

1 r' Scotch Snuff, of \ Facorie Pa'ct House Representatives, December 29, ing certificate is only another link in the great chainof E. BARNARD.by appointment at

.'' Mustard and Spice, assorted. ; Mi]m testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Jr's.,
..: Putty, White Lead. Window Glass, GREAT ARRIVAL lC0< ; all the ROBERT BROWN,Speaker Ho. of Reps. be convinced. What it has done once it will do DANIEL Drug Store,Tallahassee,

." : .. Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils 3O Bushels, or 25,000 Boxes of Nc\v Spring Style*. M. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps.Fcbiuary again. LADD, Newort.

;. Good chewing, smoking and low price Tubaccoos, Of British, French ,, and .lmticul Manufacture; 27, 1547.. 32 6m CHARLESTOW.X Mass. 23d Monticello, _
,
: .' t Powder, Shoj,sLead. &.c. &c. & Dr.) Gordon's Family Pills which in ADDITION) to Ihlir usual ett.ck render Thi Srt 1846. Quincy,
mar lerfifthat mr!n. no <.v.nt. n HARDY BRVAW.
-
.- = vast and increasing demand for this new and their assortment one f.f the most beautiful and attractive SHERWOOD'S for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous Agent for Thomas

;: ;. Ozi-To inhabitants of the-city and county, THE jU'ty celebrated medicine, and the numerous in the city ; and havirgjt//been purchase MAGNETIC REMEDIES GOLD PILLS AND habe At the age of seven years he had the measles May 22,1847. 44 ccunty,Georgia.

a :{, ",,; and tho4.f adjacent counties, are particularly requested cures are daily effecting, in.al portions of the FOR CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, which probably caused this humor to make il ap. -

... oj'. to cal and sue for tbtmsleand. ttpeei- countiy where they have of Dyspepsia Are offered by the piece or package on tho tami MAGNETISED PLASTER. pearance in a most singular way covering h body Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF

." .' ally, we atention whose Liver Complaints, and Billious Diseases, terms, at and below manufacturers For Chronic Diseases of the Organs and Limbs.L from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con- KENTUCKY.
4 ; .; never to err. It will afford me great with their11 known attendants Sick Headache prices. suited a Doctor of he examined him
:. : 'f pleasure tatv.to,display before them the diversified and &b: the undersigned to make arrangements in Catalogue t he hands of of bUJt'r prices (corrected daily,) are placed ChRONIC DISEASES of the. three days in saceion Mecin., a understanding his flHE Institution subscriber,as the resident agent of tile said
attractive Store. te receive his stock ,may invariably & ,offers for sale,in tracts, and
: ; .NCIJ11 direct from the pioprietor Purchasers will inform S case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers,of New York, vpo
: -: Immediate, and punctual attendance will be and would say to their numerous customers: ,that theyare the market and be themselves of the stated f .J_ be distinguished by (be1 I then being a resident of that city. After a long terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres

.:' '.; paid to ail orders tent me. prfpare'to supply them wholesale and retail, at if do well repaid for an examination, pain which is produced by pressure and critical examination, having more than thirty of LAND situated in.the county of Jackson,in tbe

.,.1'.f' S. F. BURNEY. prices. even. they not purchase.L. on the ganglions of the spinal other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, State of Florida. Also, the Right t. Locate, to a
i. & B. have
I"I"f': April 17, 1517. 39 SEitrin ex..please copy.Pelerif THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah. ders for which peculiar advantages for executing or. _ > nerves, in the intervertebral he it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The limited extent.
J .: A large stock of these excellent Pills just received, prints, are respectfully solicited. Spaces along each side of the pronounce 'for,and taking The above land were selected at an early date,by

.' and for sale, at 2;cents per box with full directions LEE & BREWSTER, L S spine,no matter what name may medical wa drugs from that !time. H commence grew until an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst

:: i Vegetable Pills. by LEWIS&, AMES MILES NASHand EDWARD 44 Cedar Street. at- |_I have been given to the malady by June of 1837, and then his bones became affected in tbe finest iu the county.

I : ,. Trail Is and in this case has BARNARD, Tallahassee, Fa., and on enquiry will January 23, I H17. 27 t2S I 'physicans.nosologisfs, or other consequence of the that had been given him. C. H. DUPONT,.
-, mllhtr. I be found in all the towns and villages in the South .: .. The pain thus A piece of bone cme mercur away from his under-jaw, in Jgenl of D. tf D.Jl. .f Ky.
(
: and a produced will be more or less Quincy, Jane J2, 187.11
M. the ly
.::, PILLJS rare from the first been a favorite Wea.8,1S47. 43 D. PAPY, 0 syereacordingto the intensity first place a large a an English walnut a piece
Cm from his forehead
: Y' PER: in but now their @m of the disease its a large a a sixpence and a piece
> (beSuth. consumption .r & '9 -- or active or from near the crown of his head. It then went to New Books, &c.
: In the North the
is confined at the time.
1. .etioQ. in all the Courts in the Middle _. passive state Pressure the back and side and in three places. TUST received per Brig Detroit, Omoo.a Narrative
East and the Welt, well as beyond the Potomac: ---- : on the ganglions next above dishare
; a Office on the first floor of the From thence to of J of Adventures
Cap. one in con the South Seas,by Herman Mel-
J-Airope, (America, India and the West In. the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexed limb separating
f .': Soth. room (formerly the of the vile Webster's
occupied by muscles and cord ; Domestic and
sequence Economy Howekeepinsr.
and The demand No. 1 determines -
by tubercular
11 they n engraving disease of
: die a apprellt. TernlQ/y. from the bones of the ankle Mars
the back Cinq Alfred
: joint on part.- by De Vigny,
"' for them has parallel of medicine, the Head and Brain. Throat
the
no and. or on
j : Eyes ;
< l 17 Er He had time
at fifteen Castle
of
184' one running sores or issues Ehrenstein, by James,
.. and it may bo said of their advocates space No. 2, that of the Muscles cr Limbs
1: .i-'.::I .The cry is still they_come!"_ on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the ; from the glans of the throat and those places I have Arthur Martin, by Charles Burdett
space
EKSUINE. _VJ, ..I the_ S _...| tka .... mentione. In 18-0. in Portsmouth. N. H.. Alice Gordon.by Jos< nh Ald n_
t ii. > I aH diseases or inc stomacn,the aoaommai .. that--. n n __nm n __> nn__ __._.no_*.N v<, .! .. llye
'
J1 : the liver,or the sJstem generally, their altern- J. I E Y AT LAW of the Liver, and at the letter,that of the Spleen ; settled wa in atake Rheumaticl'uer. which Anthon's Wilberforce's Carsar:Antb,n'. Sallnst.

I. '. { atire and t acting upon tbe constitu- Florida. on the space No. 6, that of the Small Intestines; on hips, a largess Manual for Communicants
iJprhe Qulucy. three of the other.
,. : ':: cot ,will produce an immeI Courts of Gadsden the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys; on the space him laudanum Being under Medical treatment, Macaulay's Miscellanies" Alison's Essays,

I 'V- diae prlf, and eventually perform a radical cure. Circuit Court of Middle Florida No. 8, that of the Uterus-; and on the space No. 9, they gave until be lost his reason.. Wilson's
Then I became alarmed
t VJ TESTIMONIALS.ft t the that of the tc. and sent for a Thomtnia. Heman's Poems Pocket Maps of U. S.Jt Georgia
adjacent Counties Tete.
,r of letter from Dr. Waits of Pbiladel- A IS of Geria. It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one His medicine helped hu hip and resoredhis reason. Blue Ffgnered Window Paper,36 incites wide,
". Etc those 18-5. tf I The third time he was attacked with this fever in New Patterns of House and Borders
Ax.
.. :. February 2, 1840-"Yonr Pills are the upon the directionsare Sentinel copy. or more places,or whether one or more of the Paper for
deemed sufficient. Try them and be ( organs 1812, when hearing of Sarsaparilla, and For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.
: 4.: mildest in their operations and yet most powerful in convinced or limbs diseased, as the curative cessunder the D. Snds'
',< .'.-.. their effects of 'nj| that Ihave ever met with in a that they are the most effectual and certain,and the use of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of the being perletysate6e al medicines bad June 12, 1841. 47
1 HAMLIN
.. ,., practice of eight and twenty years. Their action on very best remedy ever offered to toe public to insure NATIAIEL disase organs and limbs at the same time To de failed cur. I and procured six bot ;

( *j the thy!., and hence on the impurities of the blood, a permanent and lasting cure. Factor and Commiuion Merchant, the necessity of these it is only tie and by the he had taken it all I consideredhim NEW BOOKS, &c.
'i' .I surprising. BRJLOO'S STORE, Lowdes Co., Ala. ) i to detect the remtie well. Those places healed-ha became brightand received
t. .! evidently very NEWORLEANS.Col. necessary ganglia, in JUST per Brig Wakalla An, Overland
tf. '' Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Que- April 29, JBD. J any of the intervertebral on either side of the lively color came to his face and lip* from round the World in 1S41 and 1849 by Sr
WM. spaces
0 1841 "For billions fever G. A": Tyler:-Dear Sir:-Thii BACLKY. Jefferson Co. ) that time till the Fall of his complaints never
C. March 18,1.
[\ :: L. :- may certify These remedies invariably cure ,I George Simpson,
b JA spine. every case
KiRxsrT
: ( of the bowels and using many preparations for the of Esq.,Tallahassee > Ih.ERENCE.. in the trouble him. At that became deaf, which his .
.: beaa o pidity en- afer cure D. LADD first stages of the disease,and a great majority Washington and Generals, by J. T. Hesdley! ,
,
S :;: ar spleen Dr. Peters' Pills arc a e Chills Fever,and pending some forty-five dol. Esq., Newprt. ) of those in the last,including tubercula consumptionand untilst March, when his right eye became A voyage up the river Amazon,by W.H.Edwards
i lars in physicians bills, without benefit February 6, 1 2'J afeted; that to the e}e.covering the
-31 cellenl medicine. any I pro- white swellings. Incpient consumption is frequently lef A Summer ID the Wilderness by Cbas. Lanman.
sale LEWIS fc AMES MILES NASH a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Pills I .sight o eye so that he wa a great measure Prevention better Core
," V For by cart Ague at N. 1". detected by tbes symptoms, even before the than ,by Mrs.Ellis,
: W BARNARD. which cured me effectually, after I had lUAU''IN. deprived osight.Knowing Vicar of
.S COWARD dola. cough commence There is no other remedy for Wakefield,illustrated! edition,
I, Vw.2t; May8lS47. 4J Cm this distressing( and unpleasant complaint Commission and Forwarding Merchant! the diseaseis well known to every physician. Therem.dies that Snds' Sarsaparilla was th only I Wainwright's Family PnyersHeadley' ,
for medicine that had
twelve him
month. I have known them usedin 101 Povdras are perfedly safe for persons of all and any goo. applie .Napoleon and his Marsballs,
:: OABINE MAKING. thirty cases and not a single box ban failed. I be stret.NEW.ORLFANS.I.A. conditions, and require no change of diet ages that to Mr. Fowle Apothecary, at Boston Georgia Scenes; Hill, Side and Border SkrtclMS,
.
; them to be the except has taken fifteen worth which has
best ,
Jie1c very and most safe and W. H. Maxwell
} cer. of a greater supply of lood. For sale by remoye by ; Mrs. Hemamr Poems, ,
: tain cure for ague and fever that can be used,and un- BUYING. SELLG, RECFIVlrG, AND FOR- MILES NASH the humor from his eyes and hearing and Flora's Interpreter,Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary
,
.; :. DA3ION & LYlCI. equalled a a tonic restorative in all debilitated con atfnded promptness. At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa. appears to b cure.aud radically so. I verily believe Mirror Library complete in one volume,
I4'. tbe interest of ditions of the system. E. MYERS. REFFRS TO 'May 8,1817. 42 al might have been avoidedif Andrew.'Sallust Anthon's
,
: bought
1 ad W. 6m Cesar
HAVING in .to'Cabinet Price $1 box, with full directions. For sale JlO. ARCVI.E, LATH>.)& BARRY, : i I continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla Micblet's
.
; Wienker the are pr History of France Moore's
.i A. Poems
A Sop. at Tallah Fit. LEWIS BrsnCK, S. S. SIBLCY. Sea when he under its influence tbe
by t A Island was first time.
MILES Cotton
: t t prepared to do all kinds of work in and lF. Decembers, 1SIR. 20aiw Gis.W Dewee's on Children. Dewee's Midwifery, *
NASH. EDWARD BARNARD. and will These are the simple statements of the facts of the
heretofore to the will Oxford
given shop Bibles with
..5 f: patronage be found in all the towns and villages South and subscribers beg leave to in- case, and I feel it my duty to those known clasps,
Their in the business fact
: mae Webster's Dictionaries Brainard and Violin
Flute
;. b the
cntnue. upJien of
in satisfaction. West. 23 <23 mDEALERS planters long-staple to the public, for the benefit o may be
saying
give Instructors Elliott's
warrnt. cl May B, 42 Om t that they are still! I.engaged in afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the celebrated Chinese Razors
: :S j They execute tber0 well, and are willing to dis- J61. IN ft_ Silver Combs.. Silver Head nm amen II..Gold StUdS
.. ".. u cure nas oeen me '
irom
IWl'nn eneci
soieiy ol
I' ;:i..n: poe of it 01 I reunale term any other work. Groceries. DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL, Having sold a great many invaluable medicine.enetea tnis &c.&c. For sale by ?
Inca 10 the

:4 t.".'f; March 20 Sate., 35.aS4 rL i FUL L assortment L. jul. received and for sale by Toilet Artielel, Perfumery, It., Window Claw, who South have Carolina purchased and Florida them, Suffolk, ss.HANNAH Boston, October W. BECK 22S Main at. I' Jnly 10, 1941. 31 P. 'A. HAYWARD.

.. & GREENBERG
CO. PAINTERS' per
37 & BRCSHII AND COLORS, and who are willing to establish the reputation of sonally appeared above 1.184G.-Ten. Choice Wines
and
.. Middle Circuit.Ol Apnl3,1817. Apothecaries Glass 'AVnre Ac. the same Gins for ginning out more Cotton and and made solemn oath that the above certificate Liquors.

J. IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. NoUce.SIX THE constantly on hand,and for sale the cleaner than any other Gin in use. her lubsrib and statements therein contained,by BY Brig Wakulla from New York, we hate sell re-
a & ACOSTA, the following articles, which we will
market prices. i .gmt-VrLALlO. Cenbeyie. are (tre. Before me, ,
: :43 Nathaniel Puree, months after date the low and others *
.i" undersigned Executor Ga; .OI BRowl JAMES RICE Justice to planters :
E Fa of the
S ,.. N. Atlehmentor the last will an letamet of Benjamin We have by late ] Single Gins, $45; do. with all late improvements, For further and conclusive Peac. 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy .

.I .fJi; Egene AbloQ sod Robr R.! r Cbaires,deceased, late cr Lon County,will present supplies\ { receivt,. ,arrin.la and e additional $55. Double Gins, 075) ; do. with all improve- its superior particular and efficacy, see evidence which of 6 Eighth do do do.
> ,
&ydIaMettra AUW his accounts and vouchers Hon. Judge of Pro together with most of the ChtmtollWhich mentsjS5. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had at may be obtained Agents, pamphlets 1 Cask Old Port Wine
patent remedies
F. Ablou&Co.'t .'an.tl Dma 2OOO.I .. bat el Leon County, and make application for let render our assortment the largest and most varied in, moderate rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins Prepared and sold by A.gtia. Drug 2 Madeira Wine,

; aU others interestsh are here- ir of di.lni.io as Executor aforesaid. i the State. All of hich we offer at the lowest cub please to direct to VANCE.BUNS, gists, 100 Fulton street, corner of D SAND, .Y. 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin,
ad I JOSEPH '
; THE.4edant CHAIRE Executor. plied. May 22, lS47. 44 Mary's ,Ga. Solda1sobyLEWIS.t A 10 Boxes Claret Wine,

., attacbfli5ftt. sod the fD.htato o the av et Leon; County( ,April 3, 181. 3 6m July 25, 1846. 1 LEWIS AMES.. & CATLIN, Pensacola.?.MES.Tallaoawee.SMITH B. Marks, Peach Brandy, Apple Brandy, .
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." i ot DanieJJ"Cone, dte of Co.hiaebia Washington Fla., ( The public are respectfully ruete hi remember :
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L.'t t W"AR LEWIS M WILLIAM CONE. Adm'r.i" b S1ARPL NS Executor. mite posterity ire Ub' bome thaput. I man frame is subject;therefore ask for Sudi Sarsaparilla : Chaea's property,- II will be5 Atl 1
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