The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 11, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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and the of all the most ,
-- to opinions eminent 1
rJ OLSLLMUuVc 1. 1 writers upon American political law. 1 1 I
== ----I' m "All admit.the constitutionality eta Tarrf. j'
AN INCIDENT OF MALTA. torial Government"McCulloh n Slate of +: 4

A little more than a dozen yean ago I wmtl1ing IITTIYORJIIIA ] Maryland, < TFft. R. 4. 2. y

to amuse tnyielf in ValeUa, the capita'Maltalooktng Chief Justice Marshal says, speaking of a f
of at the grim pictures of the the exclusive power Congress to govern a a j I

old knighU i of St. John, through the spectacle Terrilory belonging to the United States : 7 I
tradition and romance. It is hard work tc Which. be the whence
of .. vcr may source
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Mare entertained in Malta. Tho inhabitant* -- the power is! derived, the possession oft is .

, as abject, miserable and superstitious aI BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE' FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 18,18. VOL. XIX-NO.] unquestioned. Pet,' Rep. 5-: ; K
as it was ever my ill luck to fall among. Rules and regulations the ter if'rltory '
pSome relief afforded by the society ___ --_., -ft ___ respecint I
little was h --- -- -- -- ---- -- -- -- of the United
of officers, principally: naval, belonging to the The Printer.-I have just been with the ''I. the bottom by the heat of the water, has D ten. Remarks of M. Yulee, of Florida vocates, who, while they patrioticaly dcnounco include complete juri diclion."- nfCes4uij ;
I France and I in I find force it from the sides. Thin vessels the agitation of the Wilmot
squadrons of the United States, printer- went peradventure might dency to f THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, Prot'is lee Ration vs..State Georgia, :Peters' 4 IRrp.
Great Britain, who frequented the coffcehouses him relaxed, to spend with him a pleasanthour. are better able! to endure sudden extremes : adopt, doubtless from honest conviction, .. 41. o j
and made, as it were, a sot of their own. Alas! vain presumption for what relax oJ: heat and cold than: thick ones, because theyare February, 11, 13, & 11, IS I3. grcands which they acknowledge must pro. "The power of governing and of ItfgUIa-' t

Atone of these gatherings, in one of the mostcelebrated ation even bappeneth the printer He stood at sooner heated through their thickness, and On the Rights of th People of th United duce the same practical results. They hoM, tine for a Territory is the inevitable! consequence : ; 2
public houses of Valetta, I was an the door of a closet griovingjn spirit. The consequently expanded equally.Pat Stales in Acquired Territory.Mr. that because the laws of Mexico prohibit slavery of the right to acquire and to hold ter.

-witness of the scene I am about to des- last of his stock of paper lay upcn the floor. it could never exist in t territory acquirerlfrom r torr. Moreover, under this section'! [art. 4, 4( ::,
I eje and the hard stories DICKINSON, of New York, having: submitted bore unless established ,
Art DC. lie must needs have more paper. Now the Tlrkr.l.-.Iany expressly or authorized sec. 3] Congress possessed and exercised the fc : ;I
told about New York on the 14th December, 1847, thc j,
aro doings and branch
The party in the room were wholly Eng. paper-makcr requireth pay: ; but silver and resolutions by Congress ; one absolute and undisputed power n governing; d ; f
lisb naval officers, shipmasters, and tourists, gold bath he none yet the paper he must city volunteers in Mexico, but Col. Burnett following : them assign to the inhabitants of the territoryan and legislating for the Territories erected in
-.veil- haThe of the then relates an adventure of them which is not to Resolved, That true policy requires the original right of legislation in to
withtheexceptionofmyselfandayourg' sore pinch matter respect Louisiana after its purcb3.Scrgfelf. :: :
i bad that have Government of the United States to '
as some come to our knowledge.In strengthen their local including the } '
dressed, and quiet Frenchman, "-:0 rat at a was this : "shall I now adventure myself unto government Constitutional Lair, 399. ,I'
. little table, by himself drinking: claret and the paper maker! ?1" He dived: into eipe- the battle of Contreras, (he nays) several its political and commercial relations upon slavery-thus denying to Congress the "As the General Government possesses, '1 "
smoking his cigar, apparently taking but little dients until the sweat stood upon his brow. of the enemy, after having been driven from this continent by the annexation of such contiguous power to legislate for the protection of our he right to acquire territory either by treaty t

interest in what was going around him. lie "My credit," thinks he, "nlas" there is the their works, sought concealment under cover territory a may conduce to that end citizens in the territories of the United States. or conquest, it would seem to follow, as an '
of a hedge. They had not been long in this and can he justly obtained ; and that neither Of if the of the restriction
l Was noticed especially by the Englishmen, old story. A mnr gage on the press! another course, repeal Heritable consequence, that it possesses tho ': I i
in such in lie territorial J
discovered nor ( organization
hiding place, when they were bj depended it be in the
who invited him to join the larger part round tug at borrowing. At lest he was! drivento upon Congress, woul power to govern what it has so acquired. ; I' j j
Col. who ordered of his togo thereof can condition be con. .
> a couple men of the North to control ;
mad power question, a
, the great table. But Monsieur gave them to extremities. In his desperation a The territory does not, when so acquired' be. .
Understand that he spoke not word of Erg- thought darted: across his mind. My subscribers '! over and take them prisoners. One ol the -.titutionaliy imposed or institutions he provided they have a settled majority in the House of core entitled to self-government, and it is not t ;
for established inconsistent with the
lIe trembled under the men sent was an Irishman, natneJ Downey, or Representatives: or, if the question was left to
State. It
moment of
with his wine and He the
ligh, and kept cigar. to jurisdiction' any 1's
who had given considerable trouble to the of. i right of the people thereof to form a free sovereign the inhabitants of the those whd subject
cruel became he struggled territory be under the deminion and 2
as I
evidently did not wish to be interrupted.As suggestion, pale i must consequently t i
ficer, because of his properties. Nearby State, with the power and privilegas of transferred with it would .
foraging fix its
the English grew drunk, their inherent with the tempter, then resisted i him and was the members ol f tho woe : destiny 'jurisdiction of the Union, or it .ut be with. r .
the where the Mexicans original Confederacy.Resolved
were con-
place I
dislike: of the French exhibited itself and one calm. lIe shook his head at so hopeless a as a non-slaveholding territory, by continuingthe out at all. Story's$ ? J: :
sealed, was a churchyard, in which a (flock That in organizing a territorial restriction and excluding the settlement any government .,
tf them proposed to have a little fun with the resource', and went forth to d *vie what expedients Conm.,193,191.
solitary Gaul. Winking to his companions: he mi< hf. In the fullness of his soul turkeys were feeding. Paddy could not restrain government for territory belonging to the United slaveholder To the same efiect found Rawle ort :! -t

he filled his glass, walked over to the French. he told me all, how it cost somewhat to geta his propensity, and with the enemy)', he States, the principles of self-government [Mr. YCLEE referred to sundry evidences the Constitution: 237 ;ui1)c Commentaries 1., '
took a large turkey prisoner, which ho tied a. upon which our federative system rests will behest to show thai such' were the views and j
of chal- and how i i' solemn! fact acknowledged Commentaries c'a ?
and with 3
man, every sign courtesy, press type ; was a 393, 30 ; Story's on .
promoted the true and of
his shoulders. The derision whichhe spirit meaning
langed him to drink. The Frenchman rose, that he himself had to be supplied betimes cross to anticipations entertained upon the Constitution, 199. f; :.
was attached was immediately called' to the Constitution be observed, and the CunfeJ.eracr the who the ; :
subject, by were resisting
poured out some claret, and bowed. with clothing and fcod. many I add an authority from J ouisian f
Churubusco, the battle at that place having strengthened, by leaving all question agitation of the Wilmot Proviso in the northern \Ti
Monsieur, exclaimed the English blackguard I will go no more rnto the printers. \hic the more deserving of attention, from t+
commenced. with his the domestic policy therein: to the
with the smile still on his lips, "here'sconfusion I will not resort thither lest I hear offur- Downy, turkey yet alive concerning States.] the circumstance that it is to be presumed thn .i,j ..
and death to tho whole! race of frog ther troubles. Printer, if tliou wilt: dig alone', and tied to his haversack. trudged to the Legislatures:chosen by the people thereof Mr. Y. proceeded. Thus it will be seen l bar and court were full/ contersant with all 3

eate rs." for I cannot help thce. battlefield ; and in the thickest of the fight Mr. YrtEE, on the 12th January, sumbit. that both these propositions rest upon grounds the mooted questions territorial right. Tho ,s .: .
The Frenchman emptied his glass, bowed And yet my heart i is moved for the printer. held fast his game. Col. B. having receiveda (cd, as a substitute fur those rCluluti01 the which render inevitable the same practical counsel In the case contested 'the power of r G j
courteously, and resumed his scat."Doesn't Would to God that his correspondents did shot in this battle was taken to a large barn, ollow-ing : results as the Wilmot Proviso, namely, the encirclement Congress to govern !the Territories," and con. I ,,
understand a word of English write so that he could read ; or that they which was used as a receptacle for the woun- Rescind, That the territory belonging to of the South by a belt of non-slaveholding tended, "that admitting they possess, then .;
remarked the would such interminable and ded. After the battle Gen. Shields, in goingto which be the United States, with all its fatal .
thought it was a compliment not write un- or may acquired< by consequences! cannot delegate. The court remarks upon
wanton insulter as he returned to the table.- piecpor; that the paper: maker did not re- the barn, saw: Paddy sitting on the grass States is the common property: of the Union, upon our prosperity and existence. this case t -,
Presently another Englishman proposed to repeat quire the lucre of his land : or, that the press busily engaged The General culled to him and sovereignty over the same vests in the The only difference i I can see, is in the If any a f,10\T could be entertained: it -i';. :.
the experiment. I indignantly refundto and type would walk unhousht unto the office; and asked him what he was about. He re people of the several States comprising the temper which is exhibited. While the advocates would certainly I vanish 1 on consideration of tho 'I- to :

participate in such an outrage; and told the or, that the workmen would live on air ; or, pled, Be jabers, the yallcr belly shot him Jnion. of Wilrnotism march boldly up with ho*. part of this Constitution! of the United Sates! t "
party that it was cowardly far them to amuse hat the printer would be content to subsist (( turkey) and I am taking his clothes ofl.- Resolved,further That the Federal Gov. tile spirit, to the violent immolation of the to which: the counsel for the State has drawn s: 5

i themselves at tho expense of a gentleman! without wearing apparel and disgcsting of The turkey had been killed while tied to his ernment has no del'gattd authority, nor the States oftiic: South, the advocates of tlc other our attention : Congress have the powerto y :

whose only fortune was in being ignorant of victuals ; or, that tempter avaunt I was back, and it was not until the battle was over territorial community any inherent right, to propositions, acting, 8 I believe, under an dispose of and make all needful rules and reg. r. ',
; the meaning of the language ia which they about to say that ; his subscribers would pay that Paddy knew of his death.-,'Yfw York exercise any legislative! power within I he said erroneous conception of the Constitution, invite ulations with regard to the territory or other i"i

,, addressed him ; and who, if he could under {or their papers Sun. territories, by which the equal right of all the us to aid in our own immolation ; thus property of the United States.' Now, a very ; : iS. -
stand how their words belied their manner, Printer, I bid thee and thy sorrows farewell citizens of the United Sttes: to acquire and converting the execution into a ftlo de se. needful regulation with regard to the land of ': f'
would most assuredly punished their inso- To Transplant Large Trees.-I have these enjoy any part of the common property maybe However we may estimate their respective the United States, considered I the subject of t. :
taken with roots as large as possible, and withas motives the fatal effects would be the ,
lence. But John Bull was brutal, and deter impaired: or embarrssed. same is to provide for its setlement. The ij -
mined to have a little more sport with the Francis ..1Illrion.-Frnnci Marion, a distinguished little injury a I can ; with a sharp saw, or and therefore with equal decision to be re properly individuals who are to settle on it must be de- I: >! ;

stranger ; upon which I withdrew to another partizan leader in the revolutionary pruningknife, according to the size of ihe roots, Mr.l YGIEF addressed the Senate. in ex. pelled. signaled, and when there, must have some i :
the bruised ends arc nicely cut which cnaL planation support of his resolutions, fol. Believing that it is the right of a citizen of Z
table. war, was born in South Carolina: in 17:):. off a kind of government given them. Otherwise, ; ,, ;
A second toast was proposed to the French He was of IJcguenot( descent, and in his phj'Sognomy tiles L them, when planted, to out numerous lows : he southern States to go upon any territory ifany individual have a right to remove thith. f :
little rootlets from the end, thus giving a It has teemed to me due to the interests to the United States which is .
man, with the same mock courtesy. The and person bore the stamp of his al belonging opened er, aaJ those thus assembled! can establish : r 'j
toast was given : French ancestry.His quick and vigorous growth. The holes were involved, that there be a cear! understandingof to occupation, and to reside upon it securey of their own, independent of and .1 .
"Louis Phillippe and be- to him." early life passed without any striking dug 4-to G foci in diameter and 11.2 to 2 feet the position of all parties in this country I with his. slaves and other property, under government uncontrolled by, the authority: of the United '.. I;i ;
deep, a good layler or soft rich mould was then the question to which these resolutions the of the Constitution and hc.l 1
The Frenchman uncovered, and with profusion occurcnces. He went to sea for a\\ hile but upon guarantees ; States, would not the acquiescence of the latter :
of acknowledgements, drained his narrowly escaping drowning abandoned the laid on the bottom for the roots to rest on, and rel tc. So far a the Senator from New ieving, further, that Congress i is bound to be an relinquishment of their :h t ; :
in with the best soil to the and the fork, and those who with him, design throw him the shield of its in implied : .
glass. Immediately filling it he walked across ocean and took to agriculture. For many: filed top. agree over protection title ? \V not a State thus erected be at ;""
the room, and pointing to a portrait of William years, nothing happened to distinguish him carefully laid somewhat rounding about ro repudiate the principles of the Wilmot he enjoyment of this right, against distur. liberty to decline being incorporated into the i
the trunk. I have set thousands of trees in Proviso, and have aided in suppressing'! its from I deem it duo the -" .
1which hung oa; the wall, bowed from other planters of his station in lift*. Rut jance any quarter, Union 1" 1
with great politeness and rank. The Englishmen in 17GO, when the war with the Cherokees my life, and wherever I have pursued this prevalence in tho North, they arc entitled to State I represent to dispute the opinions which Hut let us now try his proposition by general o.t .
J were mean enough to acknowledgethe broke out, Marion entered the army, and was method, with proper attention afterwards, I our profound thanks: ; and I join in commend.in conflict with my beliefl And I engage in {j I;) ?
health of their sovereign, proposed under present as a lieutenant at the famous battle have rarely lost one. Let every one remember the spirit with which they have sought to the discussion the more readily from. the conviction princple.me the Senator of one or two '{ ,

circumstances so disgracetul to themselves ; of Etchoee, where he led the forlorn hope.At that a fruit or shade tree, well set out and advance towards a satisfactory adjustment of that, as the advocate) of these doc- elemental principles, to well established lo 2 3 i i
but instead of feeling so stinging a rebuke and the beginning of the Revolution Marion started to grow, is worth at least from one to lifferences. But it is impossible for me to trines manifest a purpose to plant themselvesupon require demonstration ; as, w
making all the atonement in their power, they once more left his farm,and tendered his swordto five dollars the moment its life is secure ; and close my eyes to the fact, that although! vari whatever ground a true construction of First. That the legislative power is an at. J t i
multiplied their insults.: The Frenchman his count He was present at the siegeof all due pains in planting is the strictest economy ous approaches have been made, since the (he Constitution may require, we may, by a tribute of sovereignty.Secondly. Y : '
responded to every sentiment, which cast ridi- Fort Moultrie, in the capacity of captain ; in the end.-Horticulturist. .. last session, in the direction of the Constitution thorough discussion at an early day, discover That sovereignty is indivisible. i _t :

cule on his country and contempt on himself; and, during the hottest of the fight, boardedthe nono of these attempts hare reached a where is tho line of truth, and joiu together I concede that the several atrbute or'S ;t' 4 ;
A Sermon for young Ladic8.-An Exchangepaper point satisfactory to the public mind, and we in its maintenance.The <
with an apparent simplicity and confidingness : armed schooner Defiancf.to procure pow. functions of sovereignty may be exerted i '
i which, but for the brutality of the whole tier. He served during all the subsequent says that Dow Jr, that incorrigible old are, to al practical intents, very much where Senator from New York [Mr. DICK- through divers agencies ; but sovereignly.or #: 1
saint still continues to
proceeding, would have been absolutely ludi campaign ia the Soutb, : the fall of Charles : preach just a faithfully we at the last session. ixso] being as yet the only exponent upon the exclusive and supreme ultimate authority tin I
crous. ton. By a fortunate accident for the nationhe as ever. Here is an extract from his sermonto What is it in the principles of the Wilmot'roriso his floor of the doctrine of right in the inhabitants a State, from which all political action ;:. ?t : t

At length the Englishmen rose and took sprained his ankle just before the invest- the young women, in view, of the commencement that excites so justly the alarm and of our territories to control the question proceeds, must, from its wry nature, be complete -

leave of their victim with every gesture of ment, and being thus incompetent for duty, of his new year:- indignation of the sourthcrn States of the Union slavery, I shall proceed to an investigation and incapable of division ; for, ether : : ;

courtesy, but words of shameless audacity ; left the city f>o a to diminish the number of My young Maidens :-I know you all ? That Proviso contemplates the ecu. of the principles he advances.As wise, there might be in the same State, and .,:: t
want to get married as soon as you enter your sion of the people of a portion of the I understand the Senator he holds that '
such as Good by, )"ou- fool, We shall its idle mouths during the siege. at the same lime, two supreme powers ; which !;
teens but it is better to remain and
; single! the Union from the of obtain. the of the United sNow
Monscer Jackass & When in of the surrender of use acquisitions people inhabiting a Territory 'w ;
meet again, = consequence is an absurdity.I f : !
No sooner had the door closed upon them, Charleston, South Carolina became a prey to live upon the cold soup of solitude, than to marry ed through slue common wealth and strength States, have the right of seifgorernmenta then, tried by these axioms in poliU .): ,

than the Frenchman started up and advancing : the royal army, Marion was one of the t few misery or wed woe. I have but a poverty- of the whole. It insults us by resting this all that concerns their domestic or internal ical science, how stands his theory of an "in. w t
towards me with his hand extended, said inhabitants of that state who resolved to resist stricken opinion oflhe majority of my sex. Theyare discrimination upon a ground injurious to the affiirs, a"aa inherent right sovereignty." hcrenItgisttiye right in the !inhabitants of a o,i 1 1a

in excellent English : tho new governmant. He accordingly collected corrupted by the miscalled refinements of moral pride and dignity of tha South. It That Congress (to use his own words) can T If they possess it, it must b because 'a :( c{ 1
the age, so inflated with pride, so fooled by strikes the of in the south exercise far is rtoryl a i
at security property only so as necessary
Captain,do you know the names of those few volunteers and began a partizan war legislation they possess, in some degree, sove :
gentlemen, and w here they can be found 1" against CornwalHs. Rutledgc, the Governor fashion, so afraid of tho soil on which they ern States, by aiming to surround them with a to protect the interests of the United reignty. If they possess any sovereignty, + i f
i live,so given to cultivating kerg ana t's
"Yes," I replied, with astonishment and of South Carolina, presented him with the commission mustaches cordon of States having: antagonist institutions; 'States ; and that the legislation for the peo. they possess it in its entirety. If they possess at: Tit
delight, as I shook his hand. of a brigadier ; and, armed with this while their moral are in a wretched and threatens the security of their rights, by ple should be exercised by themselves, under in its entirety, they arc an independent l t
And have you a mind to stand by mo in authority, recruits began to flock to him from state for want of weeding, and so overgrownwith disturbing the political equilibrium of the two 'the Constitution." State, and are of! course independent :'1 t! r
hair, vanity, and laziness, that scarcelyone sections' of tho Union. On these accounts So far the of friend is political {
this little affair ? every side. His name soon became a terrorto great as logic my concerned States, as of al the world and ; .,
in twenty is worth being tasted with a the Wilmot Proviso is justly regarded, the admission of his whole! proposition t
"To the last, I promptly responded.Six tho foe. Cautious, but bold ; never tieponding the ceuntry covered by jurisdiction cannot 7
challanges were penned, which I delivered ( in the darkest hour ; and, possessing wife. h jy a large portion of the people of the woul not produce the conclusion: he desi n". be territory of the United States ; for i-e, L r

immediately, and early next morning, it great skill in the management of militia, To cut Glass with Iron.-Draw with a pencil as an odious attempt to inul, to Vnion'l Hs proposition contains two admissions which sovereignty comprises an ultimate dominion \' e !
was funny (10 sec as many Englishmen with Marion gradually gained ground on the British on patern to which would to injure them. It is as an : upon press the wholo fabric of his argument to the over aIr the land within the boundaries oflhesociety. ; ;J
paper any you t
he compromises of the Constitution, and execrated ground. He admits them to be of .
their seconds, assembled in a retired place a destroying detachment after detachment, have the glass conform place the lcrorit "
little outside the town. One hour had been and winning post, after post, until finally, on under the glass, holding both; together pattern in the a a disturber of tie harmonics of the the UNITED STATES ; and while transferringthe This conclusion cannot be avoided, if the t. ;; ., t

fixed for the meeting with all. To do themselves Green's return to South Carolina, he saw his left hand, (for the glass must not rest on Union. In its inception, and its application, power legislation from Congress to the premise of the Senator's proposition be con. :: .,
justice they were heartily ashamed of state virtually delivered from the conquerors.!! plain surface ;) then take a common spike any or and in all its aspects, it is distasteful to all persons inhabiting them admits they must ceded,that the inhabitants of 1 Territory pos 4 i.
themselves, and I am convinced, would have Between Greene a'nd Marion the merit of some similar piece of iron, heat the who, viewing it a I do, reverence the Union, legislate "under the Constitution." '! any""inherent right of sovereignty," or } .
gladly: apologised but from a conviction thai delivering the South must be divided. Greeneled to redness, and apply it to the edge point of oft respect the rights of the States, or set any Now, in admitting territory to be "ter of I'es"self government," whatever. The possession 1-: t
reparation could not be made in thai manner. the regular force : Marion the militia. draw thJ iron slowly forward and the value upon the dignity of citizenship. It is ritory of iho United States," that is to say, of such a right, in any degree,pre. S t
The man who offered the first insult was first Neither coul have succeeded without the oth. glass edge of; tho glass will immediately crack, needles for me to say, that as a liege citizenof belonging to the people of the States whichcompose eludes the existence of any superior or sovereign ? tJ 1
called ; con. southern State, I can lend no aid, directlyor the Union, the further admission is of the .
upon to take his place. Pistols were er. of course, has the frs share ; tinue moving the iron slowly the a i authority externa communily.fwill "
over glass, ,
the calm indirectly, to results so injurious as those involved of a right in the people of the sever from the Senator's
weapons. The Frenchman was as but Marion is entitled to the tracing the and the chink in the read a passage ; tt 1+
and dignified as on the preceeding evening.He After the conclusion of peace, Marion bo. will follow at pattern the distance of about half glass an involved in the Wilmot Proviso ; nor combine al United States to enjoy its use. And in ad. remarks, which appears to comprehend his : 1.t

smiled when I handed him his weapon, came quite poor-for his plantation had gone inch, in every direction according to the motion in political effort with any party which in the mitting that the people of the territory" must entire view as to the rights of the inhabitants. : r
and said. to wreck during tho war. For awhile he held of the iron. It sometimes be I suffers its taint to rest upon it. legislate "under the Constitution, he places of a Terrilory of tho United States : ; 1
"Captain, we shall give them gentlemen a a post at Fort Johnston, in Charleston harbor. however, especially may in forming requisite I Since the last session of Congress severalpropositions their authority under the same limitation that Itis i not denied that if the people of the :t s \

t lesson, which they will never, never forget." Subsequently he married a lady of large for- to apply a wet finger to the opposite corners side of, for a settlement of the question would restrain Congress from legislationfendinl Territory acquiesce in, or adopt the form of ':) ; t,
All being ready, the word was given. The tune. His later days were passed in opulence.lie the Tumblers and other have been advanced from distinguished quar to exclude the citizen of any State domestic government proposed for them by
Englishman fired promptly ; the Frenchman, died in 1795, without issue.-Neds' Ga:. bo cut or divided very fancifully by similar may ters. For one, I heartily thank them all for !I from an equal and just participation in the Congress, it becomes their own, having all }

Unharmed, raised his pistol deliberately above means. The iron must bo reheated as often the noble spirit of independence and justice common property. the t force of law until they 'alter or abolish -
i his head and fired in the air! Bob Walker.-Tho St. Louis Reveille in as the crevice in the glass ceases to follow. which they have exhibited a disposition to Surely, if the people of the United States t.' But this gives to Congress no constitu. i
I The scene which followed is not easily del giving the Republican's story of Bob Walker, Scientific Mechanic. practise. But their propositions seem to involve own the territory, they have a right to enjoy .ional right to enforce legislation upon the i
l! scribed. With one impulse!! the Englishmen tells one outs own upon the same individual : the contemplation of the advocatesof their property without hindcrance ; and if the people of the Territories against! their will, o \, '
, rushed towards the chivalric man, and implored While tho plains to Santa Fe, their opinions, results practically the sameas Constitution co\"cr the territory, the local and much less does it prohibit the people of .' f f"
crossing Verdict.
Jury case was recently sub. those of the Wilmot Proviso. It becomes must be subject to all its limita. ,
: his pardon. Tears sprang to their eyes Gen. Kcarny was some distance ahead with legislation he State in embryo from exercising their oirn .
matted in this
to a jury which for its
and rolled down their cheeks vied county important, therefore, to explore still further lions. in their domestic 1 1 ;1
as they the advance guard. One of tho officers belonging and result deserves inherent right of sovereignty
novelty in
with each other in acknowledging the noble to the rear division singled Bob out the happy" a place the field of tho Constitution for a secure foundation So that, after all, tho question raised by the aflairs." I l

forbearance of which they had been the objects and sent him ahead with a letter to the Gen. It arose reports.from the following circumstance to our rights. Wilmot Proviso would return with the same ,.: t'

( and the witnesses.: When he came up with them they had encamped Two men living near neighbors, had falling : The two leading propositions to which I force as ever-is there a power of legislationunder "The republican theory teaches that sovereignty j' .:,
"Gentlemen," said the true victim of this and Bob sauntered up to the general's out about the cow of ono of the a will refer, because they seem to comprehendin the Constitution, no matter whether in resides with the people of:State: ,and .: s.; yet
novel combat, when the excitement had parties all the elsewhere which tho organizations and theDeclaration 2 = j
somewhat marque frequently into the enclosure of the their scope rest,are- Congress or by citizen not with its political ; $ 5
abatedGentlemen we will return to We're gettin' along right sharp, general other ; amd getting which finally resulted in the deathof First. The Missouri compromise line as tho of any State can be excluded from participa- Independence recognizes the J *: $
town and breakfast together. I will venture says he. the cow she having been set rule settlement ; and, ling: equally with the rest in the common properly right of the people to alter or abolish! and rr. ** : t
; on by dogs,
to that will not again forget-not A transfer of the the oflhe Union their If
say you even Yes, sir," answered the commander. and chased till she ran against a and Secondly. question to ? CDstrut government. sovereignty w f
when heated with wine-that a greater man 'I with you'd jest look at that hoss of mine broke her neck. stump inhabitants of the territory. But I presume the argument of my friend resides with the people and not with the or. $ fj:

than an Englishman or a Frenchman is a general; said Bob, and give me your 'pin The case was submitted to a jury of Neither of these satisfy me. Legislative contemplated a power in the people inhabit ranization: it rests A well with the people ofd $,, f:
gentleman." ion how, stand the racket through to and wealthy farmers. After hearing respectable compromise is the most unsafe and shifting ing Territory to legislate upon the subject of Territory, in all that concerns their interal 1,r: "'
The affair was talked- of in Malta full nine whar be'l going.' car all the circumstances, the made related ground upon which the rights of D people can slavery, and upon all other subjects not relating condition, as with the people of an organized s r

days. Have you a captain at the head of your their minds that the owner of the jury cow could up rest. No other evidence of this is necessary to the disposal of tho soil.I State. And if it is the right of the people by

company ?' inquired the general. not afford to loose her, and that the owner of than is furnished by the fate of the tariff com- take issue with him here, and utterly denyto virtue of iLeirin/ia/f sovereignty, "to alter or' I! t

"Methinks," said Miss Smix, "I should not 4 Well, we her, hoss, and he's some punkins the dogs was not able to for her they promise, and still more recently by the voles the inhabitants of territory of the United abolish," and reconstruct their government, J
much fancy to marry a man who smoked sc6rs. too,' answered Bob. therefore rendered the following verdict;: that of the late Congress upon this very Missouri States any original power of legislation or it is the right of the inb.hit.n.Territories., !
compromise. The Constitution furnishes the whatever within the territory, except virtue of tho same inborn attribute, in all f;
Still, I look with leniency upon single Whenever you wish to learn anything in the jury should tho value of tho cow, the government Iy ?
men who indulge thus ; because, poor fellows, regard to your mo'Vement then said the gen. treat pay the and the constablepay only enduring and steady basis of right, and a a result of revolution. that appertain lo their domestic concerns, to jj !i
theythinkthat's comfort. If I were in a mar.ling era!, inquire magistrate the costs. party the legislation of Congress is incompetent to In the first place, the Senator's position is fashion one suited to their condition. And i 14 \* i

mood (and I hope I never shall be) I 4 That' military, is it ?' inquired Bob. The verdict was immediately ratified and modify or compromise the terms of this fundamental opposed to the whole course of legislative: in this respect, a form of government is pro. t'

wiouklask my admirer,would he smokeaganistJ | 4 That's military, sir,' answered the genes satisfied, to the great joy of the entire neigh. compact ; for otherwise the creature practice upon the subject. From the ordinance posed to them by the Federal Government, i "I;
wishes after marriage 7 Of course he al. borhood.-Kentucky Democrat. may control the creator. of 1789 respecting the territory of the and adopt or acquiesced in by them, they may 3; i

*ocld say, I will not !l' If I were youngerI 4 Well, glneral, they gin me a letter for Nor is the proposed transfer of the questionto United States northwest of the Ohio, down to afterwards alter or abolish it at pleasure. & l

I am now, I expect I would annex- you, but cuss me, if I know whether I ought. said old tho inhabitants of the territory less objec the bill relative to the Oregon Territory, reported Although the government of a Territory ba' '
v4 tAt trill.not Proriso." er gin it you in pusson or send it through your "Jake, "an farmer one day to one tionable. It ia not only in conflict with the a few days since, Congress has always not the same sovereign power as the government .
and and ask the !' of his mowers, do you know how many horns I duties and authority of Congress, but it resigns exercised an exclusive control over ihe Tcr of a State in its political relations, the j 1
orderly go captain "
SA AKS Jifan.,An old], lady down towards and back, he 8 Il, sure enough, with the let there are" to a dilemma ? to the first few persons who chance to be up. ritories. An original right in the inhabitants people of a Territory have, in all that appertains j
", Long Island, once said her idea of a "No, replied Jako ; but I know how on acquired territory the whole disposition of f to govern themselves in any degree whateve to their internal condition the saim
|is pod mja WM : A man what j is keerful of ter in hit possession. many there arc to a quart of whiskey." the destiny of our territorial possessions. never been recognized, nor until recentl y sovereign rights as a State. While Congress '

bible don't drink n 'piritt, kin read the Hot water should never bo poured into Edward Everett, Esq., has been invited bj, The insufficiency of either of these plans to 1ha. asserled. may exercise its legislation over territory so
cold wiihouupellin* the words, and kin eat a glass vessels till they are moderately warmed. the Massachusetts Legislature to deliver an I avert the evil effects of the Wilmot principle, the next place, his position is opposed t o far as is necessary to protect the interests of ,

deg dinner folks _on cookin.a wash"day, to tare the wim.( with tepid water, as the sudden expansion of eulogy on tho late Mr. Adams. seems t be conceded by their respective ad. whole current of direct judicial decision,, the United Sttxtes, the legiYation fur the peo:



: '

\ 't( "1t.1'1 o I-- -- _n -_ often delegates tirely of the measure suggested, and equally the beurhu, ii
the election tt. n
I meeting proceeded to approve niu\ ILu
indeed 1 leave Mexico'in II.
Stat We shall
: exercised_ them under toe agencies to administer its mandates as may J'IIk'
: should be I
t J pe! by whole func. condition after withdraw to represent the Democratic party In the policy pursued by the President of the which may result from error.
the deplorable we
'v1Is s..' Cor.si'ut, f.n." seem to it best. I may rest the State Conventional Madison Court House, United States in relation to the war existing 13. That wo engage to use all

: ,. 4 Now, it evident that the Senator claims lions of government within the terrtorie in troops. on Monday, the 20th instant. I: between the United States and Mexico.VIII. as well: to defeat the election of proper whigs metn jn
--- th5
1 :' :I' .;' ,. &>r the inhabitants of a Territory of the Unite one man or Ee\.tral ; in a o\rnor. or gav.rnor Democrats Moving Whereupon the following persons were duly Rrsolrtd That we believe the National coming tl'C tlon., as to elevate democrats

I :i .. tcit l Slates, as a dUtinct political; bociety, a de- andjudges j or a goiernor, judges, and. elected laid delegJ.teu.. J. Motes W. A. character and general welfare of the ( und principle 1 ; that} in tie coming elections! ofg
I.1' J. : inherent right If.government and legislative assembly.! I may establish a military C. II. Aus. United States demand a vigorous prosecution our motto and war be
( t. ; gice modelled DEMOCRATIC% MEETING IN FRANKLIN CO. Kain. T. K.: Gray, Jos. S. May cry : "Principles ttKj
.1. 1. : )legislation, whch; tnyauthorivi them to accc rule, or may adopt art agency I tin P. W. Cullen, James L. llarber L. \'". .f the war against Mexico, until Mexico shall not men."
Hut I Pursuant to public notice the Democratic
I I i ;[ reject rule prescribed by the United into the fashion of a civil go\ernment. for and until then should it be On moli.
I : 't or any subor- of Franklin met in convention, in Spratt Wm. Foster' Richard Parker. sue peace, not Ordered That the proceeding
I. and in irtu cf which they whatever the form these agencies, or party county .
tftatcs, may of inrlnn.Ii of this
satisfactory terms meeting th
granted signed
the Chairman by "
!! them i I t.e ; of Apalachicula! on Wednesday, the On motion of R. J. Moses, upon I Presidential
'i'. ." .alter or abclub," at their pleasure, the gov Jinate o\'er ncnts if function you choose that to cat :! 1st Marb ely! and were organized by the election was! added! to paid mmbr of delegates.Mr. '! for the past and security for the future.' Secretary, arid forwarded for publication to tho
L .i t.: enacted for them l-y Cor.rreri. I so. eu'rcUff n is per. :
rri.mcnt Cl : A. L. WOODWARD), Cb'n.The democrat prints in 'f1\labaJ5fOt.!!
: J. P. C. Kain clsl-red the following reso.
of Col.! II. J. FLOYD Chairman and Mr.
created it and must ,
the C ,
1i : .. cannot presume the Senator allti-Jet! to mined to n5ress that : : On motion, the thanks of the
lotion which unanimously ailoptedResolved : meeting
: revolution ind I thercfora iaf! r boMjiptM.cs use au:1-ori'y in rrdination to the rights I! S. ill VY, Secretary. After an explanation of was were
addressed A. L.
wasthen tendered those
; i members
rig.t I meeting by to cf
1 '' That to the Madison Congress
the it delegate wbo
ofthe : Chairman no
whom the the rhjpct 1 meeting: by
of the United Stilt to
that such rights can in the inhabitants : of t c reoe; Col. nnd C. C. reside North
:o. : nit Woodward E"q., Milton of Mason and Dixon't lint
Convention this ,
meeting nb0
Hence it is that in all was moved by W. A. 'iain, E.q., that tl.e I appointed by
: : ,
with :
of a Territory, ronsiitontly its trtce3'J Olg. rules! 'for ihe (;Iovernm I democratic: parIs of "ranklin: ccuuty appoint a have power or authority to delegate any other Yonge, Esq.: who off rcd tie following resolution hare sustained tho rights of the South in the
; .. relations' to the United Stales: a part of itsTo I acti prescribing last and!
session of
P than delegate : .
t .. '. ,;- I territorie?, the agents are pperiilly; limited I Committee cf seven., t'> bs denominated the person to \013 at sr.id Convention, a present Congress.On
1'l'I t .: dczuia. to nt iuronsi It.1! the I Coastitutlon Corresponding(; Committee: in and for Frllnldincoerh' ; appointed) by this meeting.On Resolution vjercd by C. C. Yonge, Esq. motion, the meeting then adjourned
4 ; n?.'tc this thcon-' will:: rrJ a single power : jitl.t" .notion oil'. W. f'ullen: il directed JOSKPH Mi CANTS, Chairman.
C. of c.iiiuentlello'A.cIlizfM : anJ la\vs of tis! United: btate-I : ." j with:: power to correspond.ith all IX. Resolved; As the sense of this meeting
t, .1 \ * of the Senator.s :
.j j :. Ir'jucr: r"nJ.p" of Slates, haring I also the General State Cy nmitte; ? at Talla- be forwarded to all the Democratic papers in the state Convention, to represent Florida in
,7'4 .*. Sla'e can properly be considered! at blccn otl..r
; : flub ; : State KJ Li.d sorvrrigi authority ii than- !h ir.sseo.Whereupon. F2oi iJa.On (he National Convention, should) be pledged to To the Editor of the Florida Sentinel:
sj'! t
anJ Jrct, so r.o can: ,
1 rnc sovereign I the Clnir the} following : motion the meeting adjourned., for the olfice of President
appciutrd -
t reins.! Vrheir:! such a ;Incci ; support no man
be considered half Ihercf.Jc. SIR At
>. < with strirt as or :Acknowledging obligation
i propriety A gentl.-men said Commi'tee : Sam! W. ROH. J. FLOYD, Chairman.Jos. : and Vice President of the United States, who cadet
i ic b a I'ieiJent or by sembiy
fovemeu >
f 5'sreue.-1Fizeafol, en Infer- ; rn which Has laid in
T I t .. .:. irnjififeci'y: it an lillerrnt! point which doth not in Sjiencer' Chairman :. J. Moses, P. W. Cullen !. S. MAY, f\cretamy is not opposed to tle Wilmot Proviso ia all your courtesy me allowing
: Lev, p. 07. -- me a place ia your columns! of the 15lh initI .
I! :i.ma the J bast afil-ct: the sovereignty t i i.iis- l Iichird Parker JcmesL I5arber, James its bearings. ,
'_ : ; luthiiig! can bo mire tim: : that proper DEMOCRATIC: MFT.TINc: 1- I 1V JACKSONCOt'M I respectfully! solicit lie additional for
a courtesy
'. the I inh.ibltaiits: of a Territory must' be altojether tr.uch us boti!. Le n.:tI t-y! b :ro.1.l a stbor- P. Penn, Sam! Uenr I U. V, 1 LA. The mei'tiniwas further addressed by I'enj. this.
I :. On motion ,.f I 1. 1 II.: ''.Ut.1, I'&q., a COMmi.tce F. Der.nard : The Preamble and ;Iteso-
: KS.J.
t, iliiiale HihgaUd !
; su'iject' to political control by a supei. or aut'ril-llJtr Agreeable to previous: notice a meeting of If Mr. Calell i is falsely accused by any a(
of five appointed to draft resolutions lotions lhat ottered C. C. Ksq. ;Indus-
tlr> authority: or are altogether independent I;. 7ck.i.w.Now ; were : the ;raity: was l hold at lh! ? Court :House in Mariana ( Yonge his constituents, they could hardly: do him
1, Lad sovereign in tlicm.ehes. For this last then, le me ask, by v hal atithorlti;: expiestivc of the \i.ws of Iho in.ctingup. : rn Saturday! the CG'h February, 1S.!9. ivc,) were then put to vote, and unanimouily: acceptable service than to pace! those amore

'!ternativf the Senatur will not contend, and upon that pretences: cf rigLt: or j.stic.! catsCuntrcss .)n the suljv'ct of tl.e :It'lcr.n&r; tc. Though: the Gl:1:4 daik, cold! and very rainy, adopted. accusations before the public in a shape to la
tL first therefore undeniable. : cither i directly, or by pcrnii ioito Whereupon the! Chair appointed the !fullovring : the meeting was well &tt...nced.On On motion of A. Woodward Esq. publicly di! rnTt"d. Innocence can suf.
,. never
e,. ": : its subordinate in the territories undertake aid CominlttCt1; : Win. A. Ktin.Dfli. Refolccd That four Delegates! to r-pre-
Something of what seems to me tbeccnrj- agent motion cf Col. Milton the meeting fer by wicked rnalignrn-nf, where all the fictraiecged
'. to from participation: con eq'ial I Wood, S W. Sp T.cer Cor. Grady; and called order. Dr. HI' :J. J. J. sent the County in the Democratic Sta'c:
I to
kn of the Stnator's theory, giovs, as apjirrhenJ elcudt [ was are made public, and are, as in the
Carper Horn, Iq.; ; who! after basing; withdrawn Convention, to be }held Middle! Florida; : en
I the the
terms rest
:. out Of f a misapprehension: of terms.He : people ofany :portion \! TCJfLLas! called: to the Chair, andIumr present case, susceptibly! of proof or disproof
& theIiitct thei inti'd: States: ? Jsn-jt the territory : for a thorl tiin-, by ;hfir Chain.iui: : J. DCiON oii.ted the 3J Monday in March, be apM.ii| >ted.
Jvsoftlic inhabitants: territory (.f ajij Secretary. and it sho'ild not, for obvious geek
fjic I v : reasons tor
8 States as a peoj/e." I'hz'ye not t te! cu.iro! .
\ tions, nhich were unanimously! aole.1Virii.ss : be Cu!. John Milton! Dr. 15. J. J. Mitch-:
I ths ttnimon! of all ? In I the l tlic: Chair in suitable! and to ,
Copgrccs :
:.: u j peopie; in apoliti 'al sense ; they cc>uio, "eno agent : by a very fled I. anil' made to develope t its brightest hues
tl"! Lnitr'J ista'rs! America
\ : : et til, Joseph Irwin and James C. Ilcarn, of
imch the oftlio!
'. ocict. 5iu inhabi- territory not as : propeity peo- appropriate aJ.'resf.On it
chit crucible
are ly
They ; as passes through tortuous: i and,'
have been firceJ into a : the !
war delegation.On
tents t rf) tenitory of the (United latf*. Their pie of Georgia: ( of )liHChucUs, aad the motion cf t .t. L. Woodward, Ecq.: the Catnpbelto.1 as il Mr.I Cahell is the innocent victim; of Hern
the Kjiubic! t-f Mexico, 1 by mme ajMri's-ions of motion ol C. C. Yonge, I'sq., it wasResoked
conJ.tion; in this regard is \cry well dcscriLe l Co3gns as much tie agent of Virginia a ofNew Chair rppoii.tod a committee of five :gentlemen ocr.li: virulence, let facts put to the blush
the :ox5can! GoverMs.otit; : A&t ;rie,0'Ic, the That Delegate Le authorized
advantage our
York ? then its
j which I read Why "bouJc to : a Preamble and Resolutions such ; and iinocenca
: ungenerous aspersions,
4 :.:A{Kissage soeit'y turn,"i IJ \.h.tc\'c;IiI's. :.nd fur I' he pariialJy : .: ? .\ .;mate i i' President of the United Mat-. iii the conJit'i- t for; ,t':.e consideration:: : of the rr.crting : in event cf their inability to attend the stand Lnimpeached before the people of FInr.iJa. .

t.. \I acer jup'isfs: (1 tl."_> may Le united: to one benefited! \t*) territoral! po sC3"ions. in their use tional l exercise of I::Is excretive f.mcti<:15. flitls ]: \;;'lieretn, the Cliair: hppointed. the following !- convention to appoint proxies to represent .

.' is !not cornjt'ete; iu : : itt; hat iiJ: l-y her citizens: in the roo::: they aT.rJ! .f,r the I :.rcrssf'iUy! ilsf'-ti'I I the integrity: of tht'\" United ; M I? : A. Woodward. }K:!'., Cul.Jarns the i" in the same. You alledge! in your editorial comments: cf
:eltlcr. iser oflicr : : in 'he afd States! ;, until: !tc': cmbing! of tiiij C0h: On motion of James F. McCIelhn, Ktq
\ : .eha ii indcpriident :jKivvrr oJ spread :jtcpulat'o: : strength f 1 i J. Pieman: John Mitton: : Ksq. Col.! the: loth inst., that! this writer over th. nrns
i I inest t,:Vjt is either in it* :JrgisLtiie i f Ir 1.1'.r:1.it( itT'jnty il.-y ccnti.butc! : to hot iiutitiitloi.s: I (C'ongrf- : An-l u'eear, tbcai.1; Congress. Wat! =r :t. C. Yonge, and Mr. C. C. Sullivan, the foregoing Preamble: and Resolutions, together and other fignaturej: in the: Floridian and otbej

cctitiie, Millet:; tnbeconlrollcJ!! l Ii y any j powe I I II and tie! dignity:: they: c.dJ to the! Cur.mor.1 1: u.onrl"C'ti.ill! ii..on.Mti; :'>n cf I Iie! c.rcumManres :as ronr.itter: who! \vithJrovv: fur thaI purpc&c. with the proceedings cf this mealing, Democratic: papers of the State, ha* been tbe
!III. 1 I, the exclusion of the ]I which I"d I to a l"d I ision of arms on the were ordered to Le transmitted to the Fiori- .
: 't. citiz-ns
the absence of the coii.mittee th"
refuio ,
f vii witho'it.: Such a society, ti; \ ) I I meetingwas most bu"y an I I-ast scrupulous: of all the at.'saiiants .
iLougli! fjniu-J : 'r civil; .j i a' no soti of the! rt-.tt-s,;: the South, a:these benefits! : Ilio: Grance: PUflo'tI. c\i aredenid mmn.! tb! securityi ; Prc&idfnl, by tlcth.: ;Ir.g: thnt th! ? war existed: !hv was further ordered! that tho Secretary oi:
Nay, .
.*ty ; it can), at best, rart sonic f'rc ; in appropriate lerni II .\ word to that, before pn cording. If by
i : tlia: coercive cstab-! mba act of Meic.! : : A.iJ. vhrreat the s-tici this meeting noti; tltCu'elcgntlca: : : of their: ap I
c'.hrr state.: and i ku1udlv 1_ called 1 a prolific: tu cmhljr..lj The cor.nnittee nfter a short! lime, returned ) the term "least !crupu:( s' i is meant that I
,. lubmcnt t. .f communities Congress tiller being: fjily; ndvi,od of the ex. find I their cluir.nan. the f !llov'.ing l- pointment.On ,I
.q that state ia: particular! Irom which it H'cei\1 ( I.y: reported > have mls-s'ated; fads, charged falsely, or embraced .
.. Imiing institution-:: }hostile and i isilg! cifi'iculties! between the United! States motion of Col. Yonge, tie meeting ad.
oa ramble!
i laws or by) which its public! : f.ice 'r !.ut in antagonist and Pr olfiitms! ; : means of opposition dishonorable! ia
; I and their ; i i. i (America ar.J the Uepublicof: Mexico, lid journed.
4 tonJeiicy. dignity trampledupon
and nude toact.-R.f/erfortLs's ,I Prcj.iillc and Resolutions. themselves, or of doubtful diJ
Joiol Iiy a di'-criinina'ioa! degrades in adJition: to thrirsinction) oft the K, cuive! IJCN'J. J. J. MITCH ILL, Ch'n.ROBT. propriety why
I'iru'c. p. CS.AnutLcr them. \hkh nets vote: supplies! of tuen end money for the WmnnThere: i is a general l election apjroac.iig S. Ditnso.\, Jjc'y. you not point out and expos them at the time tIt
: npplication: cf tfms I thirili! in v.iilch.; would have been sorely mortifying to me,
Flori.la: !
farther proserntlou; cf i..iid war : ) : must f articipate;
h In the nc c uflbe word 'Monitory: as c'csrtiptiic (To be concluded in owncr!.) I'c il i'ttrtf! Rf.serrlTimnt the thinks of and it bei'otiT m-ccswry that llh8 D.-mocratlc:; i. I had been proven guilty: of any of these
;, of a political: (rgH: i2aiio:1. Tljerei f'JBLIC MEETING! IN JCtTERSON. charges, fur I have ahvajs held myself res.
.' utncedf t\e Kalliiiicrc Sun. this meeting: are tendered to JAS. I K. POIK, party rf the S'utc! lOud! prepare fjr a con.
i 1', iu fact, no such political or ci\'il organization. li'Ul'l'c President! of tli3 United States for his able! I tent vtlisch involves the choice, not only of At a meeting ofthe Democrats of Jellsrson ponsibie! for my writings, have prided myselfon
'. The term is oily: j-reJIcuMe! cf the! 1'r.O1 r.\Sm-GTaX. the und of .
I edicijnt, and sycc '\;filapiic.itions: | ol'tLc re. President ar.d Vice President: of thc Uni eJ county, led! at Monticello, on Satin da r, the open upright integrity my purposes
lands colored Iy the j j':ns.hcton: :: cf a State or and felt bound to withdraw unfoun.
V.AstiiNcro\- Feb. 27 1 B.
but any
Steles aho through' next McCA'.VFS
I sources of men ami\! rirnry placed! under his our Legislature 4th day March, Is I 19, JOS. ,
Tiation.. Territory is not u'ed in thl Const! Il i is believe to.Jay that the Wlrgs. are : ccntrol by the act of Congress. of a Senator i.i Congress, and immediately: Esq., wan called to the Chair! aid Col.! TIOJ. uVd charge that I might have made. This

utiyn in anyotl: s-ns nor Li s tLs legislafio'i i -. af.alJ :eat by voting for llic treaty they: will ])c furlJur! RC'I di'fd, That the impf"riioha. by List peoplr: of o;'r J Representative! ia Con- 1 1I I JzI'J': I Ilnin, appointed Secretary. The ohiject you have: never done though you have take

of Congress: ever employed it any otherwise : recognise the principle of indemnity! which, ble icnownliicli! must inevItably cluster giess, awl! of our (;u\'ernGr. And tfhcrcas, ofthe meeting was then explained: 'by the occasion: more than once to allude to my piec'l.

I than ssd-jsrrij'tlic:; : ol t public do.i.ain. in case I the treaty is not ratified by the .f eli. around the unparalleled: i s which hue I It is alike III": dictate ol sound policy, and the I i Chairman ; when on motion cf Col. W. S.Iilwonth They are all open to you, and 1 challenge thIS

; If the persons it.hailtig! territory co.Tpc<- ,':,n Congress, they would aftcruari! boobiigeJ marked: the progress American arms in the sentiment cf true patriotism, to concede confiicting !I ) a committee! was appointed by the f I closet! scrutiny of your pen, and call far tbI

., rd n civil society or state: : -;If thej* were |"ara- to Uj'poJlt; ; that this might: lead them (:isting war with; Mexico, will secure to the [prepo.:osioi3, repress jealousy! distrust Chair to adopt :uitii Je! resolutions: expressive I j evidence of unscrupulousness! in my assaultson

mount lords! citll (i which: they tccul.h'd-1 iu tLe end' to go for tbe conquest' of Mexico. adiiiinistration; an enviable} : distinction i.i the I and suspicion: ai.d distouulenance; disj ,I (f the sentiment; cf the' meeting, and to nominate Mr. Cabell.! If such is the fact, I will

il they were independent (file control! ofany I If they AO'O for the annexation one-third of I anr.als of American Hr.tory, \.hen the tnan'le: j cord anJ internal: biiife i: ; harr.ony feeling, fit persons to rt"rrl'SCnllhc meeting in make haste to render the anvnie honorab! ,

: (bc:ltlwrJ-t.tJ:: : would then po esstlic I Mexico! : the principle! annesslion, in some of charity sbu.il be necessary to palliate. : the I and unity of purpose, being ersentiul to rucce i 'the State Convention; to be :hell in MadisonI I for it is not in the captious spirit of a partisan
ri ilit cf : and of I that I have in thi other instance
setf-gorcinincnt legislation shape} at least, i ii acknowledged, and that, III course outs ieers.And !! I :s, where numbers are laboring in association county, en Monday, ths UOth insf. Where J or any op.
l becuc they would be lo'crfi n. Hut, I fail-. : conjunction with; the theory cf indemnity, :I be further HesolveJ Thallh refusal for the accotn1bnient, !; of o!jects, and upon the Chair appointed the following persons post'Jfr.. Cabell.! .
lag in Uiee essential cK-rnents We have consented to admit this writer'sproduction
:1 would maho a pretty strong case for tho ad- of the Mexican Government; to accede to the the maintenance cf principles which! we :\. to constitute said Committee to wit: "'.
: fail a'to jc'her' of ri j'it! of I in order that such of readers
they o any I miniitration.; I liberal propositions made by the! authorized: nut to Le cornnnn to all. And trhsreas, !, S. Dilworth, Ivq., K.: K. Illackburn: Jams our as

I l" islation. I' On the other hand if the treaty be objected j agentofthc United States (jo\ernrant! to the I free conference( and consultation: in our primary -i: Scott, Daniel I Ird;; I H. II. Russeil, Jo,. IUen.I ; desire it, may have the answer of sa avowed

I conclooc: that IIE iul.abitantofaTerrito- to l by the Whigs in a body, the responsil/ility Mexican Commissioners, before the walls of t assemblies! preparatory: to a general 1 I wood and Thos. F. Johnson-which Commit and bitter opponent of I\I r. Cabell to his late

ry of the United: State Lave. no oiiginal or continuing the war will ret upon them, ,I Mexico, CHCCtS ::11 them an ingratitude: and I t State Convention of that paity: to which our i I i tee retired for a short time, and reported (Le communication: and see for themselves" the

iu!;"rei.t rights government or lr,gi.aion.I ; aid the n( ':Ii: i"tr3 ion will: again have the ptubbornness! more than Castilian ; and uebelieve I attachment is indissoluble, wit! conduce to the following; resolutions, which were unanimously total failure to make out a case. This is

I come now to tJi" c jcslicn, Whcie :is the whip band over tlem.Jir. that: the temerity cf tho Mexicans is ; disposition and fiame ( f mind! which we desire I! adopted by the meeting, viz : the reply which you made to my last article.Xovv .

:. right: of govermncrt TWlune : Buchanan is s'mp1.nr'd to be opposed J I induced! more 1 by diiT-rei'ces! of party in the I to cultivate and diffuse: i 1st. That the following persons be appointed I have been taught to regard: one fact
dozen throries
... is the tenitory ? The answer to to the treaty, and as far as ha goes agiiust it United States t than from a conliJencc in their Uo it the refiJ1(, in this Democratic Convention to represent th.'t! meeting in the State Convention as outweighing a or a

' '1 .. this will: determine! ; th point. The Constitution Gen. CaM will ; but both together, it is sup. I prowcsj itt arms, or capability of enduring of Jack'on County, to be held Madison Court Houseon assertions in the miintainance of truth
I What is it hut I had failed make 1-
lo out
S il clesciibrs it as "trtrilory lelon ing I:o poaed will:I be whipped: in, under, the belief castigdtion.Kcsohcd. I. liesi.hed That v\ e .have; assembled! under the :Oth ofthe present month viz : D. T. I

thi I'nilfd Mules." That is to say, lerr.toryl it is thought! that no canJiJate .lor the Presidency i. I That the conduct cf the whig I the influence of these sentiments, and Lingo, Joshua Taylor, K.; K.; Blackburn, R. Certainly not that Mr. Winlhrop was a pro.

'l,. .r :ngto the people Maine, New York! can succeed if hi* quarrel: with the aJministration. i I parly of ihe present Congress, in refusing a I the force of these convictions, in view of the C. Hurst, T. F. JlIhnson, Smith Simpkins, S. viso4nats in the fullest acceptation ofthe term,
and that is the material issue betweenMr.
Virginia, Geoipia i Texas and the ether .'1r. Cats is nevertheless! opposed I supply of men and money up to this lime, is I corning oents, to which the t foregoing preamble 1.. Moore Joseph McCants Esq.. Wm. I!. only
Cabell and the South I
States. united under the Cun titutiu The to the treaty in corn respects. I I calculated! to gIve aid and comfort to the enzj I has made allusion ; and we take the Taylor John Ulrncr Richard: Lang O. II.Jad quoted literally:
from his in in which he said
(;overnnieat C the United States, then, pos. As the treaty now Elands, the following j my prolong: tha war, increase the national ,j I liberty, in t the:: spirit of :Un-Jucss: of adnoa- ( dcn, Thos. Ross, Thos. McKain, John speech Congress :

: .. trsses he ri orgoicrnnioiil as tC' common Whigs are F-ij.posed! ; to be against it : HaIJ.I ik-bt ; and that, in our opinion, such: opposition: I i ishin! ;* our JcmJCr:1lic: brethren throughout Finlayson John Johnson Jolm: S. Devine, "So far as tee have pour to con/roll'olil.
: ical resolccd that there shall btno
4. rgut cfth. pco,,'2 of ihe United: States: in I win, wcii: Ilerrl.-n, Clark, Ccruiu", n.nie) (of is factious, and intended! to embarrass the a1j ]- I II i jlhe State, of tie: sain" John K. Hailey, Dan! Bird, Jas. Scott, Jas. events ice are

whom inheres the rovereignty' over it, and I Massachusetts,) J Dayton, Johnson, (of Louisiana j ministration, and secure a party triumph, even I I II. llnrjtvrd, That whilst! not presumingto : I II Marvin 15. II. Russell, and T. J. Heir, Er q.2d. ;. further extension of the territory of."this
I'n'cn the institution slartr
: the complete and exclusive jurisdiction; whichthis ,) Miller, Phelps, Sprague, Upham, and 'at the cxpenss ofthe nation's honor. I I offer, inasmuch as we would not submit to That our Delegates to the State Convention subject to of .

: fciereignty, by the laws and usages ofh.j Webster. I lifiohcd, That the democratic patty are, inI I| dictation: yet we assert the right of expressing 1 are authorized to unite in fixing upona I quoted verbatim litrratum the 10th resolution .
of time late Convention of Massachusetts
society, confeis. The above are, I believe, opposed to the fact, the peace party: of the country, making no I i our preferences with frankness and sincerity ; candidate for Congress, to be supported by Whig
:, Besides the eminent domain the povecignty principle cf indam&ity. I unreasonable! c'etuunJs upon the enemy ; it [ ready, however, to yield them up on the altar !. the Democracy of Florida at the ensuing elec: of which Mr. Winthrop was a
end for which! he Mr.
; fj'aes a right of another nature o 'er Ar.ong the Democrats there are but sevenor requires only th-l Mexico: should: be convinced of the common good, under the decision member r resolution (

all l'IJC.! common, and Private property eight who will oppoe the treaty. I of ll.c abiliiy: of t1.c cou.it) t 3 enforce her ju t of the unbiased! iepender.t: and disinterested tion.3J.. Thai our delegates are also authorized: Winthrop) voted\ in the following words, to

that is empire cr the rijit, (lfcomrm.J: in Mr. Niles wi'.I 1 : o against it if Renton cJOI'8. j right, to tccuie a rcii'iy compliance ilia its vote oftuo-lhinlt of the Democratic party to choose delegates from this State, to the wit :

hi! pace! of the country: Lslcnging to tie nalion. The principal: objection on the part oftl.: I dmmats(! :. of the State, ii General ;Convention assembled Convention to be held! in Baltimore in May' Rrs lrrd. That if the course of policy! :

; .,, ."-VaUcl, 113. Deriocrats h the care that: is taken i.i tl.e: I Rcsohe, That! we protest against the withdrawal fully represented and fairly organized ; next, for the choice of persons to be supported the cessation ofthe war, and no territory shall

The domain of tho nation extend: to everjluing !treaty of Diiti'h interests in Califoinia anJ I Ci!'our troop 1 last: cf the Wo Grant! !, an-l! we clsem! any Democrat) as not faithful in I by Democratic. party as their candidates be rejected, and the war shall be prosecutedto

.. I : frliP ;possesses by :just title ; it com- Tcxai. I or to the ) ietIImmgotor.e) inch of Territory conqucred i his allegiance: to principle: who, under such President and Vice President of the United: the final subjugation or dismemberment of

: prrhrnds her ancient and jiiit po!se !ions, :mal The Mexican! Empressario grants in Texas by the unexampled! daring of o-ir: soiers. !. j circumstance, would! not be willing to do States. 1'roeided, they are not authorized to :Mexico, the Whigs Massachusetts now declare .

her acquisitions made l I.y means which are prior to 1830, amount to a great many millions I !: rntil we hhall! have receitcu; "indemni. i likewise.. nominate any U.llmot. Proviso man for saiJoffice. and put the declaration on record, that

ju-t in Iltu\teh.c'3. or admitted: as s-jch: among I of acres, and were expre!J' declared: f ty ijr ti.e, |I'iit: and cccurity fur tho future: i"; j HI. Krsoh-ed That the FJectoral: 1 Ticket Massachusetts will! never consent that Mexican .

S nations-concessions, purchases: !, conquests null and voIJ: by the gibiture! of Texas, and that tom.iiiiUin. the same the war should! I to bo nominated: by the State: Convention, lih. That our Delegates are further em. territory, however acquired, shall becomea

I made in a regular! war, &c. And by her and Texas as far as that point!! i is concerned, be vigorously i prosocute,l." whilst composed of candidates of admitted powered to unite in selecting suitable candidates i. part of American Union, unless on the

i possessions we ought not only to understand will ne\er consent: to such a stipulation. lie To/rrJ/ Thai the speech cf HI.XHY CLAY, talents fully! able! in general information and as Electors of Piestuent and Vice Pres- unalterable condition thai there shall! be neither

: I her territories, but all the rights she eiijO s." The archives of California which !Lave delivered at Lexington, and the Essay of AL- capacity to cope with their adversaries, ilent, cither by confiding the same to elector. slavery nor involuntary servitude: therein,

S Vuttelltt. been examined I by Mr. Deiiton, in the testimony mET GALLAIIN, together with other like should! also bo pledged to the unflinch-r.g sup. al committees chosen in the several Judicial otherwise than in the punishment of crimes."

t The people of the United States, then, in in the I'remont C35", which has come documents, advocating the cause Mexico, port of the nominees of the Democratic party Districts) or in any other manner that may Mr. Winthrop made the remarks in Congress -

: t their federative relation, as owners of the ter- beflirc him a' chairman ofthe committee recently and denouncing tho administration this of the Vnion, represented by the ensuing seem expedient. above quoed: and he voted for the above

,,, jitorr. hold! the sovereignty and with it tbejlrilirtion appointed for that purpose will: show country as the first cause of the war, offers amore National Convenlion, as candidates for the 5th. That our Delegates be empowered to resolution, and Mr. Cabell in his late manifesto

and complete right of legislationover that absMt 30,000.000 acres are deeded formidable: : : opposition; to I the attainmentof Presidency and Vice Presidency of the United act according to their discretion in any other says .. \Ir. Winlhrop is opposed lo the

the :acquired territory. As coequal owners assay, principally or altogether to liritish sub- peace, than would an army of 50,000() Mex- States : And further, that our candidate for nominations lo bs made by the State Convention I further extension: of 61a"trYith the

S the United States are cccqual sovereigns jccts. This i another point tint \\ ill be oh. Jeans, aimed "cap.a-pic," and ready for the representative in Congress, oflered as the nominee where special authority has not already speech above qucted the resolution also quoted

over it, and they can use it, go\'er it or dispose jected to, as also the article: w'ich'l's' : up the I ficM. of our State Convention, being an able been given. for which Mr. Winthrop voted, and Mr.

: of it, throught their common agent, without ClIs om.llousl's' to the Mexican ( U\'t'rnm"nt Jlesdcid That Generals TAYLOR, SCOTT, stanllrd-bcarerforthiis campaign, and as suchas The Committee also recommend the adoption Cabcir l full admission of the fact, I think the

.. any other restraint than: results! from their immediately after tie eichange of ralifir.a.I SnniLus, (ll'ITI.1',1::03, aid their companions well as for 'fidelity and personal: character, of the l following viz : case is clearly made out at least that Mr. Win

., federative character, and the term ( their tions.On ill arms, deserve the thanks of their generally acceptable, should also be undoubted G. That the rote given by our preser.l reprcsontative lhrop i is an out and out proviso-man, and that

union. In respect to otl.er nations, they stand I a'l 1 these points I have reason: to believe, t fellow citizens, as well fur their bravery in the on the same score, and ice trill go up to in Congiess for I:. C. 'IV'.mithrip, Mr. Cabell of Florida voted t for him. There

as tic exclusive owners anJ sovereigns ofthetenitory. however, that the President i is willing to allow field, as for their moderation in victory.liesulccd the hilt" for boh.IV. Speaker ofthe House Representatives was remains therefore but little else to make oat

: In rrnpi-ct to each ether, they the Senate the largest liberty. Indeed That wo will appoint ten I dl". liesolrcd That the Gubernatorial a misrepresentation \f the voice and will of I in which the South can take an interest lettered t.

....; ftand rquaU juTe, as common nwnerl ) he h himself opposed to some, if not aH!!, of gates to the State! : Contention, to be held at Ticket should! be, upon general politics, i i't 1 the people whom he has the name of representing and laid at the feet cf her foes. It is

4 sovereigns, c"nfettratc in a united govern- their proii ionsf. though I imagine Tic is trilling -I Madison, on the third Monday! in March next, accordance with the other two ; and we will l for which he deserves the censure of'I' a matter cf but little moment to her as to who

; men!. to accent the adricc of IlK Senate whatever I tor whenever it be h'!U.I give our cordial support to this also-nominated those who have trusted him with their! confidence. may Le appointed to apply the funeral torch.

: It is immaterial from what source we tie. it :!&iy be.You I I Hcsolccd, That cur delegates be instructed by the State[ Conven ion. Mr. Cabell says, in justification of his vote,

rive the power of Congress to act a the coin- may rely on the fart that the' adminis.t j, to support such democratic candidates for V. Resohed, That although we hold the 7. That the present war with Mexico i is that the accompi! >hcil Speaker successfully tf

.5.' mon agrntin tho government of the len ilory rat: ion is ,incI'Jt.Ir'islain for peace end] i I Governor; and Representative to Congress, doctrine of the Might cf Instruction as too just, and was forced upon the United: States by listed, in the Massachusetts Convention, the

,, of tie United Statl Whether this povorbe that it will end tlcVar if it is possible: for and delegates to the National Convention! to precious to be in the slightest! degree relaxed, the act Mexico. To have forborne longer resolution offered, "that the Wfcigsof Msachmett

lit attributed( to express grant under the them to do to. Mr. Polk is essentially:! a peace I' be hell Hahiniore, a* they may deem best and never to bo surrendered ; (though jus. with the insults anti wrongs Mexico, woiid! :* will support no man for the Presidency

: clause if the fourth article which empowers President I Lough he would not allow: a spoton I calculated! to advance the honor of the State tice should dictate when it may be judicious. have justly! rendered us contemptible in the or Vice Presidency but such as are known bj

_. Congress to 6 lac all needful rules and regulations the national ("cutdJI"<,. I and preserve in its purity the great principles ly exercised) yet for obvious reasons of propriety eyes of tho world, an l been security to other: their acts, or declared! opinions, to be opposed
I ; ruipecthig the territory; and other, It i i" impo.il! fr any a-lministratinn to of democracy.lieselred we will send our delegates from this nations to insult us with impunity. to tLe extension cf slavery." And this 15 *

properly belonging to the United States," or conciudi a treaty which, at the tini of its co,. That in the selection of can lates County to the State Convention, untrammeled 6. That for the prompt, vigorous and successful reason, indeed, why Southern members should

4 1o an authority' implied; from the riglt to acquire elusion Fuall be acceptable to all parties: ; but to fill public offers, a due! regard skculd be and unpledged ; to be guided' I by their judgment manner in \\hicli: the war has been support him. A oman freah from the field of

.t territory,by treaty or conquest, the great peace i i1C so great a boon, that, in the end, lad to give each rvctloi of the State a fair and sagacity: indep!ndcnco and disin. conducted the administration! detcrrc the his labors, declaring thai slavery shall not Wallowed
I Vading! fact itill rer.ins! that the territory they al! become reconciled Jo it. Tho tieaty I representation ; but that we will not consentto tercstcilness: in co-operation with: tho other thanks and lasting gratitude cf the vhole in territory to bo acquired, yet refJ;

: belongs: to the people! ofthe Lnilec States in will bn curbed in the beginning, and praisedand be bound by any If"clionalliu's or illusions Delegates, confident that they will bo faithful lIOn. 11a'l sing to say, at this early day, thai he would

their federative character Congress elaborated in tha end. Many that are -and that while Franklin from its interestin to the trust we now repose, and endeavorto 9 That.Ii..n this nation: has wag d war, tsot vote f for a Presidential candidate from the

I .r. acts in the administration al'c rf I'.t use, as now entirely opposod to the tret.tJin principe the West, claims a right from locality, she maintain the integrity cf the Democratic) it i is the duty of every good citizen not to stop South. What are we contending for I A

L agent of the whole. tlC otherwise, will vote for it when the al. will yield to the Middle East or South, to party, and ensure the triumph of the Democratic to inquire into the origin of (he war. but to : slaveholder, or a Southern man for Prf uderti

.. .s owners, tic pooj4e of(he several State ternative. shall be presented to them in the secure the most competent and available candidate cause. give his heart, his hand and his wealth, to its or is it for a principle! a right on which the

h.,!M in equal proportional degree, with issue of Peace or War. wihout: regard to the accident of his VI. Resolved, Thai it is important that successful prosecution. very foundations of our prosperity and cxix-!

; -. rights to its control and its: use-its u<*f.eq'll not Few there are who, like Sam Houston, location. Florida should be represented in the Democratic 10. That those who have during the pre. ence is based 1 What is it lo the South if frights

I otily with reference to it* profits( but its! bearing will oppose it out and out, whatever the con. llrsolttd. That while we do not believe Convention of the Union and that our sent war with Mexico, endeavored to embarrass are taken away 1 She dishonored and

b :, i upon their repectiie development, security quences tniy be, or who would be willing that the National Convention will attempt to ensuing State Convention should appoint the administration: in its successful prose. destroyed, who it is that may be selected to enforce

*' .r ,and general policy.)'. command the army, lithe war were to berenewed. foist a Wilmot Proviso man into the Presidential Delegates to attend the same, with such tittructions cution, have acted unworthy. the name of freemen the stern behest? Are we so ignorant

: eJ.:, agents, the United Slates Government nomination, yet, as the course of our Re. as may be deemed advisable and nnd deserve to be stigmatized as moral or so lost lo every generous impulse orfe hDj
.J must, be regarded as a trtutec P. S.-The provinces of Tamaulipas and prr&cnt&live, I*. C. CABELL is calculated to under such restrictions, as in view of all consequences traitors," and as giving h aid and comfort to of self-preservation, as to be subsidised by

:, and exercising the authority of tha representing whole, of Nueva Leon hare protested against the treaty mislead! the public mind as to the position of it may seem just and wise to impose the enemy." such a step 1 Shall we set carelessly by, and

l. one not more nor lees than another and and want to be annexed to the Union. FloriJa, we deem it advisable to suggest, ; who whilst acting as consercatort of 11. That the success of democratic princi. see the free States consult and make imp th.i i
I '. 'ho'jnd i 5r the a miniltr lion ci the trust Signor Cerra tko Commissioner from Yuca. (through our delegates to the Madison Convention the rights of the South, shall also bo mindfulof pIes is commensurate with the prosperity of decrees, by which we are lo be despoiled C

: .: iorty, to f apply to the just arid equal benefit pro- tan, now here Washington, has also pro. ,) the propriety of instructing the dele the claims of other sections, insisting upon the country! -:the latter depending on the our rights, dishonored, and then flittered ifl<'

I I : 'j,.raiI. without discrimination or injury to tested against it in the name of his own State, gates to the National Convention, that if a political justice, and striving to preserve the former. obedient acquiescence by allowing us a Soutft-

wad:! with a conUant regard to tho equality!any of or i i. about to do so shorlty. Oa this you may Wilmot Proviso man should receive the nomination harmony of the Democracy of the whole 12. That those present do use all honorable cnn man to preside over our desolatiowl! A

.. parties interested.Wiih relv. If peace concluded, a goodly number it will be their duty, in behalf Flo. whole country; in sentiment and principle, means to unite, strengthen, and harmonize shame on such down-right and hollow-hesrtefl
'. : ;: III ofMcxicans will bp surrendered by us to their ridato protest against the same, and withdraw end and aim, entire and indissoluble, one and democratic party-that with the democratic hypocrisy. The blush mortified pride nw*
and under tbtse Jim .
theie purposes, wont enemies and they will hare cause to from said Convention.On the same. principles we must either rise or fall. mantle the cheek of every honest Florid W tg

: '. ions, Congress may govern the territories officers rrN'Dt.of" their laving firoreJ.) the United motion of Saml. \V Spencer, Esq., the VIL R'jolvcd. That we heartily anJ en1..r' 13. That the whole nation should share- as ho looks upon the worthless bribe tt*
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'edtoternpthrnfrom hit dutie* and acquire, according to the reported stipulations of the begun lo be thought prudent to extend notice to Haw It Works that the Legislatures of that land might make then In Jefferson Circuit Court 1 t

ttiWP0** of his rights, and ke must scorn treaty, all the best t ports on the Pacific line n Caliwnia .' spoilsmen," .' buzzard," miserable and reckless The last New Orleans Della centains the following a benefit to a few monopolies and capitalists, to th. SPRING TERM, 1S48.

e bind that thus Insidiously! proffers it. even counting down to the extreme rape in 44 loco-focos," ag-anans" and such like' It was translation from El .Monitor, a Spanish paper exclusion of the great mais of the people whom H< Charles L Powell

Once more and I bare done. In aJU.sion! he penm>ula. We shall gain some cf the finest courtesr," was it, that led whigs to ask simple publi hed in the city of Mexico : loves as well as He dins those to whcm his ere-ahighways' retiton,? ,? rorrfMe, Mcr{, %

the course of Mr. Holmes, of S. C., which narbors in the world-harbors which ate essential democrat to join their party Oh it'nt this lau-h- Mevsri. Clay, Calhoun, Bott', U'ebiter, Gal are attempted to be even I cannot but Avthurlurney. gave of Fervonal 'ropenty. tt

jjaodeinned, and which the voice of South 'o the comfort and convenience of the s.x cr set enmndred able > And when we attempt to expose the device latin, Van Dick, (?) fyc.-These illustrious defenders think, if the people were powerles to change this T HK Hefrr iant. and all persons interested. ard
of the cause Mexico have justly acquired lor I hereby noiifit-d < I the fiirg of the Petition for 54 aroteclc..ure
CutJina condemns, you *aj : whale-ships that flock to that region. On which is tended to overthrow our party and our the coalition ef thugs, His wrath would dry up the in this and
themselves gratitude ot good Mexicans At a cf Msrtgige cause, they are
.So long as Mr. Holraei can claim the ap. 'las account alone MavachusttU may well boast of principles, we indulge, accoidmg to the Sentinel, in general meeting of the Philanthropic Society ol sources of his waters This great natural arranc rt'jmred to appear an,1 plead (a the same. ii sty | Ira i L

j-nbttion, as be must be distinctly understood. .he acqui.it 10.1." fanfaronade" \\h-t is that The Sentinel is Mexico, held on the Suthuit (January) u was re tacoS has been responded to bt the un.peaking voice rises ha eaei rdin tobw. The morrgasei*on per i1

If Mr. Calhoun for his course we apprehend The same piper cf tie lit iastat.this the following ahead of us hrre II this! i* an accusation of some solved to send them a communication irumte' tin.: o! thcAtnenean Cortifufion pens' property, and was made lo secure the p ayment
his constituents." the gratitude of the meeting, arid naiiiiL Stat m honorary ol tife: n hundred tl llir* ans.I mttrrstTHJ" .
,1 he will Hand justified by hors ibis' crime, we trust to the abundant ccurtesj"of members of tbe Socitty, whatever rn j be the Improvement" sas_ this act will be fVund JEFF. HEIR. 1-

t Will you be good enough to siy where I Ir33V "Thi n the third diy on which the Senate have the whig* toexcuie us. A courtesy which has political circumstances in which the United State among one of the bcistwisestani( tao't econor.:ica> S hcitwr for Petiti,4i5T.

find the evidence of Mr. Olhoun ap. < ne into executive rbbIOtI on the j rope>*ed liealt hone so con'j icuf>u lv on other occasions, will and Mexico may find th.msehtes. lor oursclsev of the lit Legislature." This means I suppose, March II. IS4S. 34 2m
Holmes'cour I hate sought It is not ut>posid 111 at any drci>ie truest lou has _\it we renJerthe homage arklulne4 to these ma e
,woalofMr. been tikrn. surety not fail to plead in our bch.lf a full pardon that this act will most certainly effect the clearing
Mr. IInRetid naninous and generous men who speak in behalf of
without RACES. Cefitral Conrs
itcirefuHYbt ticces. The city is full of rumors and speculations on peer b 'g-'ars" that we are. oir country in the very land wlieie troupe| are c 'llected l- out the Riser, to the extent desired, and altogether Mat.on.rite .

in his letter to the Charleston Mercury the re ult. They racy troin dat la da* and *nmeticne'9 The Sentinel docs not relieve the wligs of Honda to make war upon it. Lternal praise to the be the cheapest mode of thing it. This meaning

in reply to some well tempered though caustic Irons h..ur to Lour. .SvMetimcs it is said that from the dilemma in which their concuct places defenders ol the cause of jj-tice and civilization *" will be tie more apparent when you lake info connection
tt Ic wi.l: be ratified
treaty -and tl.eri it i ceint.Jcnt-
his that he had consulted >
pictures on course, !lv said tlut it will le rejected. It i* generally beli.t.d them They are still supporters of a man whose This smacks as though the magnanimous Mexican with whit La* already b "en quoted, the further -

jiih those in whom he had confidence, l/efure flat it will not be rati'ifd witlnut a few principles they know no'hir! 3 of To make the matter nation" Lad received a little aid an J comfort" intimation thai the Leilturr had a octtlec

he took the course be d.d. This, I apprehend, mud&ticatian.-relt hg principll! "* lo S'anli grants more perplexing, they ere seeking strength for from the speeches 4.C, rf the illustrious defe. determination to guard strictly a:aui-t the ssaste ot

only "round wlurh yo-j hate for cam. ol l land ii Texas. Calitoriua. ir 1 he-setieral belut ** tiers of the cf Mexico"
lithe hm from pure *4 courtesy Let no man repeat cause n this ccuttry. Those our Internal Improvement fund Let u< eximinf
of Mr. Calho and and hope see. that the w.ll beelecidtd
i3' the approbation ; cer- qje-tion a"-am the lanej'ation of Dcncr that the 4' of Mexicans are a discriminating >plo.i .
in lhe course ct th v.eL.** age pec HIM matter if J>olift The third -section ef ti s-sc I

ti'y it should conc'.u'ion hate! conducted if lute jour heretofore mind! loanPpposite The I>:t ,
jou ioflc5 St'mtir.cl in its effort to j put a c Kd face up< n the doings i the riser 50 at to admit -tut.boat of suit .bI..
tern sincere in the estimates v.hic'i jou Late of '! recently aJilres+ed a puSl c reviling of thederriorr.ts : IVenl.r tfiny Meetir?. over the Central
under consideration by lie Senate its party. I'-el.oiJ the efect Oil Ro gh of elialt of wafer aid convenient size or dimensu at. ( ,, '
tt Arcomzc \
hicli J. iys.iirosnm.neeor.itT.S-
Mr. Calhonn's influence cter the .. irginu, on \* occasion ursent-artis t
placed on of South C'arolma! and of their sub. TJ j l.irtoi s irj
people -.eduoon: no one cm iy what < .'eloinenta have Iishtnin.;." So 5PUtS the Sen tint I. \cr* wtll-a | while he wa Sj aker ef Ihe lions.of ; siid *lu\aree River, and capable cf carrtrg s.-*- [ urM will l Is' off.'re-l The ronoey lobe Lub; u4 athe j
1.'rjeflCV to his w ill. b':i vc4e t in regard lu it* uiUutate late. It ia now streak-a flah-t then utter daikrc .liaii lor, ot-j jpre- tai -aid wi.H! wliat Jo not know tl'at the > E'ntaliee. and arkne-wlet'! Lit:.ttt! in the en'-fiva tons bvrthen, to naicte slid riser at iv ; '4
1 think! sir, if my memory is not at f.iut! ; rerti uly we stri.rsg. Purs*. I
columns lue Irotn limMo time been tr.ty if n..! acceytuMe lo the i-Vnite? u its [ re.eit'u ten. We f red ct no such hor.il'.c l_te (tt.r tl.e ro-i lie staitie1 the! rdinm'strati solar in nil its -bojt tie lowest staze of water, V.c." When we Tiif .lav, lust cay. I mile Lest $i..t: OQ .

tilt sour ,) -. U hate*..r !>(!" sacs of if, lhekniteMll n.'tderu1 party champion.; Cut whatever may be his politic* | measures rc pe'tmc the war. and ?d or-jtitl its look to the flute cf the facts of the case, this re- ke.lnr!* av, s-cord da* 't chIc Leats, 7X o.Tt'i..d.y.thir.ids,3 .
with that little f vipoinui .
paced pretty intrccau c poS.iKral ? ia .i* wj* i ? thrtlirr.. t t'it sit'.cirnt mile heat ,
ijpoT or no-nolitics.. thy wligs will gala very l.ttle Ly i t.u.rciaent seems to I- ok more to t I.e vhoeurtSeybe. *. COil 00 ,
eeution until shall b' re-d wiih Corrshiasty (\ -
) scandal that when *Ir. Callio in to muff the peoji'c' of South Carolina merzeJ.'* dl* is, l .at the.tr.a'y will be ratified" such territorial inernii.ty! is may be deemed reasonatlc. .) rrocuring; a"cwifaJV boat, than lo hor*'. 2yO 00Si I
support. We must /net a man aid Ins principle?, j the limafitle infinttun to have the ricer cleared ,
Xt w, sir, bow is it that out of lh,. wh: 1? deltjitmn Mr. tTra'Trn i> "aid 11 liii reposed to its ratifi Mr. Vis E is no.7 with the drDkocfa', cut -ter LUJI we-uh '. fi r second bet .
before Lccan get our vctcj.Icoa This, Messrs I-L.tor! sill strike you aid *our rca- rnoret'ian IMO iait*. 4
from South Can lina hut cation. It tobecjrnstl\ -edL" tlut if
in Congress i ; wevcr,
dr.. fully! il w.ll look at thpaJverti Satu.duv. fur Lc..teu Ior-es. 130 03
mere .
rn? solitary sneeze couM! (tie raiM'el!, when Ir. the guternntect can accede to the UrL'H without a t'ountj Delejate. [:5- The Vaslnnztoa corre port! .nt cf tie New you etrciit.f ClRLFS! A. FLI>. I

Ca'.Iioun litilated his e>!tartonesitli: his :r.ag. acrifce (>f honor, the treat\ viI be ccceptfd. In The following are the It!leg it es from this County Orleans Picpytfir -es Gtn TI/>R, it !he ha4aij tie company (claiming tie j rmlegrs of the b.ll) Scrrrry C'tutral KJC CIu'J. .. 1 4

And how is that his viber- expectation cr elesire cf b >ii. a caiultJate lor in tl.e Tall-Lassee paperof a date nrmcJ.ate-1* st;b- Macon. March ltthl-lE'. 34-bw ;.
iaI l rappee it the rnear.tiop, the army cu ht to be srengtLer.ed to Ih* Democratic State Convention, wLuh i> toa :

vnt organ, the Charleston *Iercury, filled lo l,y th f anagc cf the ten J\f;ir cnt till, paiticuJar- cmble at Madison Coint Home, en Morilay they the rr-s.dcrcv, to publicly d!sjvow all i.la if a US ttv.uent; tw tlut s f the pBjje cf the bill.! la this _ .--

give out Ins acctntom'vJ tish-e.i, when the I ly if the S'ntehjld allot natcri.!!.. the pri i.ions \\i ins'ant. It may be will fost-te that the tame I Dank, j roc lu n his srppoit <.f stvh atneruJr.cntson *Iu will 3ec thecompa'-t's bjat "cs; able of earn irgent An Ordinance

rceGil touch e>f the R'.r.ir box was tnaJe'Lntmn <>f the treat* The inifrcs-ion such a f rocwdmjon of HICK inn RE(*
AnJ how u it that the perpl-, \\.th-: the pan o*" our joter* treat wtiildnAeon M.'i-ce, punted in our Iat J'yan. It is coirrctcd u the shall show to beben.5cid!, uid to nr -at los (Tips fnin Colucrbns to Cedar It-y ; and all this, Jcrt.etjeculaIa. .,.

cjt a dissent that I Know of !htse: thrnr uoul coud nut f.il of a sulu'ary rfU t. The eri iry wiil | suijoined list |'ixftie.icecf tIe S.erra Maire as a boundary lni too, according to (I'.e foMco.iy of per onno'| fa- QEC 1. i. it Orduiriedl'y Melotentfantoncf Cmiiv.t :

tie State condemned the action of *lr.Holmes' then see what axe mr termend tha* we are pre W. II. rnrker.broush, I.. O'U. Hmnrh, l
: Is it fact that Mr. Ca'.Loun'! Las will bthi- tic the cit alsont the Uwesl of va'tr." he 1st, .kl, 4lli, :>th, ith"lh.s s.h: Vth, Lush, tllw 1 ,
a pared to nti.re Ihem JMoxn'.on ( Gerrce hitn-Id.. lion! Archer, %writer says L? w.Il ca n thel'.iitin er i* at e r s'aje S
rein our e.1 that
freparjticrs a'iJ It Set.'ns with the ears tioti art
l.t |
lost his influence with tie! people of South 0.511 be faLl 'o a peace JihnS bejtpard, P. V. Ilr-.Lavc! almost b* acchoation Hat c ulu he eo this and Iluwtlves Ibis look wl cnjoa bent a a.an talk al'iw t '.f tV: I-th ."'OtiOil( which provides that the City ; -

Carolina, that but one of her representatives M'D J'rant! Pijn Crw,rc, T}'. .W\. lljrtl.Henj DreTard. ts 44 gu.il w Lig .'" Wr LUL.M* conceive net. 4* bz,i wisest, and iro t economical r* Tax Collect..r! shall receive tizhl jer c nfora UfH>.l Jaal

cou'd be guided by it, or hue the perj>'e Ccu'rft! Taj lor' Politics.! r.nl; Tatrn-k 'cKHh, A. ain. IhJ mjnoj>ol.es cr exclusive privilege* monies cuhkcteil! : *>j him and paul into tf* City

thrown ofi* the slarih mantle of his power, I'urmiaChairrs lJi--hwd lrdf.rd, for the Flendian.MISR tter (in the history of the wrld) reduce the uric? Treasrry ) of An Ordinance to t31a.t a Revenue fr 55
Tie great pruM-tn rf the <" seen to Le, what con.Vn-H.-cl and revied .5' i
.f TalbhaiJee
inJ for once cialied: tbem>etcs! to the dignity are General T.srwus pjlitics"aj Hvtry tar.ctycf Gto ll limii, liu hard }!ecan, KPIICKS : ot acts or things 111 aid ah.,ut the si'.ct cf whuh the fitirn L.'v the s teral Jrdrwnc e-f the Citt Council; .;.. j10.s.
K S-uthall I.wrt! Iititei
cf freemen 1 I There appeared in tie enir..1' cf lW O.th ultimo the rion.opas'y v..' h.t-lJ I answer, rio. The desire tl ;':-ii r ti the jtar I"M, an-J approvr-1 Airust
'A'-seT'ion, I'ytttry *anet> cf jtrsoni, i> ma tn tie James I'ranch. John PIt flusa!,
Sir, there is a screw IU.WPYmi owe Mr. satyect, and the nrId i st..l 1-fr d' ubt and daik- T Whifner, S S <.bie a communication over the signature cf Im- of the people, be it known, to Lave the ri.tr cleared 1,:, lell.bc and tle ssuse are hfte'-y corlmCe-d n
> > that section 7lhLe
tfT in
Calhoun' or the peop'e! of J-otith} Carolina an JotejbL. Ilryaa, W. Hartlctt out, rt.ts( the) belief that, if it Wire so, there nil lore cf, provided
prcvuaei.t, ta cctte (frc.r. J., jtrtLe upon (
ii.as tu the K.1 ft of the c-e. !lie is clam.cd pnrportiig cou.tsrsJ'i.'n ot Asstsaot* Lail Lt tneotc n.i
:.poIogy. He is either not the de'pot \ ou hare Join L Yick r*. Court HJs2of Hamilton County. This ca'ti'.u of u oulJ t he mere compttiltun, and constiuently!1 !freights aoad e.f ..''tt dollars 4
as a uLig, a* a i!<.ir.jcrat, a* a r.ahtut ii a ..Yilnitfrotiia
charged him with beinp, or the people of! the comniiiiicat.on referud to Suvaarit Iitr would Le redun I.ut this act can't itcre.3-- inretilion Str. 2. f'e further Ordmned, That the tar \1.i SS
t man, as an ai tiilaot ?.ov. o lain, a* a Intercepted Correspondence thii FrtlI J.
Carolina mechanical f : : S
South are not tit aulo.nitons arid therefore freights can't Ur reduced is :I f->r !iCSP-'C to |5t'rsbe the loll iwinj a' orati i..t-sj
ou hare represented then) to le.- lal'iot-u' nan, aid. to crown all, a< a no pail rianttery !I V"e Late been ;placed in po i.bt, intcnutd by its allirc', anil bussniesa L-reinalter mentioned, shall i.
} S autlor anJ coadjutors; ts cunninly ekd On thecontrar*. the coiH[ nis allowexi bv lass
a I
No sir, with all the adroitness ofour nature. thin; and nothing-*11 tl.iiis to all tuenSj iiiUret.rg ccrresj.one'ei.ce, and l.aten lo lat it >e as Idiomsu :
CiieTie" to effect: I P.r that bal be eiJnrnis cir'-um- u.xcd cl ** |
to o te new varie-d color icatkrs *
tided by tour acknowledged! eililonal nl.ilmnd ; pos *, in belore cur 4'w ithout nt'c tr ccn men :
ttanrcswlst its ova ir.trinsicrserstcclv con :elcnd. at the rate they are now claig' Ju-tllink'! that > It, w art s. and -rchariji7e. ssb'-e airra.-e capt :
and friend Calj ll o unharuicn art his eu; porUrs, il.at a }..rcrr.i- '. .
:, ingenuity, you sour f rear }}. ?..-.I for from the atirel." that Genatlor could neer cor-iair.j I vvi.l reaJsy admit f<-r twelve years, (yes, sire, Icng *ears t' Ire-enien.) | t..h l or rust sink deeper and deeper into the b'erbo- ne.it whig! cJitcr is fi.rctd to e\ilairi UJKIH the i an annual lax el Iwentv djUars. to be 2,cerf ined en
I eraS ivdriting .teit tbire stead ef I inCan .- J it t'> be a ccramonh received d tttme, .anor.g pvlit- under the incrca-e of tie supply of labor and otl.er beiort Justice vfine S..
tian bog, hose bottomless dep'hsou will Cii/it er. n Le gathering .rouud Liin. Truly, t cu latiger d..uhat that 1 he is lo U the lie it j'rj>iutat oath before the liu .tidii t. or seine .
it ivll ciser ; meal paitie at least, that lo the majority is at:ached a S* anta es rf iucrea-ed population tlces three do. IVacc, bl..re the licea-e is cranteJ.
be some time in finding. w puzzle a interpreter than .kstph luans.ver Youis in h. : .
e.KICII'D. HOrETfL. the irs.ons.bi1.y fi r acts dune by zt. t* Jm uL.th voted counties are still to submit to this eaactijnTL5y 1 l. On al'! Merchants and St.opecpers; rrmli-i
The people of Florida! of all parlies, are what are General TILOH poissics gunst., uaren. nil nerchar.dirt wl se rjntal; ..f
$ tat ictl! not Jo ii. Iaf it I has beer said the State
exists at tie t'e
line ail Is vtrecr-
of their The ditHrult* is cot at all Krit IA five tn.usanct tloliars and upwaidJ
too jealous rtgh's, on this delicate tsy thing stock in traJe is ,
lear DiL Yonr haste hand l Yi
the old Lcro" L.rr.scti choeies in u to ti cay l.-rraed. At the sane t>zc I n.u3t b? t ermitted to may pircLa, according to the f rovi iontf the act. .nual tact tLrty't'so dollars. ; : t
ijarstion, to gamble then aw a} for nere party to sat. He writes that you "*ee I tern the ei.tmel tl.i (irntral 'f.-! > dn ai '
J say that the Ttprebfntatir'ns (ii iritii.ii.tmis; it he She nut pay thecorpa'-y for the value of twelve 3,1.! Oa all $Ai.ctio. Saks one per cent.
purposes, and they are too i.itclligent and hon an Abundance rf Hers but l.t tells t.oUc'r w hat inc is driving even Ihitij ahead e it h..n I n;iee
his with tou.to far Z9 candidates f>r *'.e I'resislency are prelir the %%ori.) of Ia.rs,. e.nnt" to the e.\cl tears exclusive u-te oi the ricer, lo.tever, l be4i.hs 4'h On all Commission Merrhants. t u dollars. |
be raided by tries bonded Principles are. An.jng other Le Le
est to iopi or bj j things; ;a3 5rh On all Auctioneers, lorfy dollais. :
ccnrrrrJ. He will le very aIst ta drite-! at least that the e2i-rts of the*** wLo l.aseoiadcasdtapress. the 44 amfurt rif all expend.tures ar.ddi-.La'semenfi,
the fog and cloud with wh'rh! this tote of Mr. doe) i.t care a fg wLo nominate* Lini.Le will accejt Cth On nil Retailers of Spiritnom Lnu 'rs Inquantiti.s
two tcry far ihe.a3 of ed opposition to tl.s; Lii. late been el: ara<-,irizeJ anl of all outlats of labor and M-mcei ty them in lt thai 'event-f.te( elo"ar. .
CtMl is sought to 1> \eilei1. There IK a the nomination, |rroaiJd Ihfj rllcr it to I Lint with Eit't'tit.iIY, >9 a quar '
b* shso-silion! crmiii.tcthe thrre< f, together tvith .jch other improve- 7iti. Ci ter L'il'iar! Table, owluiz Alley. ..
a to Wi.igs, r< j party, | respect
?roice that will go unIt iran bill and dale, out caliiri him bt arty laity nne. This mitht be lurT. DOUDTFUL. '
cr as ncIiuJuali, arc, sa far aa I iin .nUrrreJ of tie i.en'sM sad: company ma* make thereers, with eight Tea T.n ..ll.->, (tect.nicaty *o nlltel.) Jiifd fir Lire, ;: '
and hamlet fiom the il t
tram tillage, town man. sery satisfactory, principles were well knuvn, ia ainmnal l ti\ of ,rveu'-5vedollar ., '
of the and the cul'n the toil. I for then A I'm c.lctiitt.In ). motives of the acttr, %% htlly gronrfUand. wituI I p. r cent interest uron the mount cf each oitlays.i.c o3td! fur Lire .
ion opulent o every baa would !know wlat lie was at ?th. On e%rry Dray or Cart an an
jj son of the forest, which will in due time but whrn Lev.itLLoid4 an cxpre* c'echration ol tie course of a very able *j.pech Irons the lion. ett tie! aL.dv.if ef a fjjidih.. I know nctlinz'- 'icf (from she time ct making the same," tc. Well, nuji tax e.f crjht d.'lars.Ith !! 3 5

Mr. Santa, Democratic Sci.aUr ftcraikansa-*, on what wrulJ twelve of the river b Oa f. urhse Wagon used for ... ,
teach Mr. Cabell that it is no flight ollence lo his \ jews cf publ.c policy and tet accepts I lie mminatiai tie "act.n, sanJ doiri; tithe trotting in lamilt year u>e with every ir
the Tm Regiment bill, the Lotibr .Li< gentleman uttered I shall down tie of 1 line, an ancuai tax of twelve eluliars 's
( the cl ethers !l.o set transportation freght and
< n, except rem leport ** were rp
Latter their for end
*. tf
birthrights mere : a this
part particular |l'arty' looks tery much 1'Jtb. On eccty Hie!, or I'uSlic Carfu used fcr ,
Nark this the cf if Le the fs.t1osing pi reliction : I present on thit ccca-ion. Tke evtcrt tf (his report d wn at the I'm esn.na'e sf SlC>X) 01 per annum, fax
} e as prophecy as were encouraging then to tl ink that their .. hire an aarni.st 1 cf euf elt>!la'lltli .
YOUNG DIMOCIUCY.Ptlmary tiewsw-niU rnt to L As we base L-d proj.Let* rn tie ether sde; I was, if I rcct-Ileet anzLt.tl.at -tizht cr ten pcrSjiis and this rulti:ilied bv 12, wi'l' make lO'mo < ).- On erorv rum: Liver Stable, an annual '

20 1t4'' rate this the usual unacrer-ti'ile to m. At in} will now big to turn I ro; Ltl Cij-clf. I jropS. c% .t this meeting oted upon tl.e '
is natiuction when is gristle '
put uj en the acep'.ance -- taat a treatv it it ever he made, that IliJtkeranil redhrrendinzeooiL! .
cf a nociir.aJion. The whigs particularly treat* will be dfiulnJl* ot.'nsed b* the gs'nstelr.enon or dis.spl.roval! and a majority of the iiLinUr *, pi3 eng!rs, i.c ;ou Will see what vN.rtid Oii'tver nicrchanJ.zc, aa annual lax ot one hun- a. '
adhere to this! rule. On* cf the things for wlichthet tl i.e f thiTMde. 'II.ey ** iJ! of I.O-P .1! as Ltn g too cited rappro* *!. Whether tin neetiii consisted { ro j>ect there is for the State to urhaee. The tire
THE FLOEIDIAjV. damned Tri.tr. IK.-til cr too ruiJ to '.'CXKO it unl has c in it too if %VhigsC ) cr whether theciai.'r cf oSj >ctior ea In- part cf \\- zi''afnre! to make anapprcf l"th On all Sii.sscg. Cireu'es.F'tte-fn-inrrTLe- .
nio that Le
a-eerted 1:tile rr lit. riiich foi ii.LiT! atroieati.n. I I .
their nomination \ Lope passing tl.eb.llsas laid! atth.ed..or"ot the XViiK rialitn la the (first instance, it i is intimated, atrical txhi .tioi.s, a tax e.l f.se d'.ilars ft r each sx.i : *
and yct. ttlen lie Ueair accidental IDJVf stakcn ici this ) propher I'ut h.bitu- licence to mu-t first bo
a ,
"LET r ALONE. President, refused lo Carry out ll or pol rrTn tiro'h.rv, ini ur r.Iemsrasdutn: t
*% ctn .JerJ him |'>Ietlz<>d *u that djcct ?*o\\ d.si sshj! colieLen \\-hail have such a treaty tdijK oral (Jud. c Keid, cf Hamilton,) prtsuitil at the the fact that it was a seclu/nal natter. Will rot tie Tiea urer, u iJer a penalty rf double! the tax .3 t

Saturday, March 11 1818. if the sitre rut i Sc, apj,t toTATLoa. what are welo in..* ,tr etf.il net "wnl U.-H.ID whe htrl have rrt'Leoeed neetu:s, antI toted Ar approval.; So much for lhat these reasons as much influence future legislaticn herein assessed ion neslect thereof ,

tin:.I cf h.s readirts to accept tl.e z.omnutionrf So much for tie prediction, and raw fjr the sins The rntttin? at Malison was attended by the mtn.- think teu, irs deciding upon the purchase, as they llt'i! Oi elolLrs1'tn : all Bank Aercie9aasni.U3nai of S Tentt.ve I #
.t ,
> ivi: arc authorized lo announce Gen WILLHM tiers of both The dise'mssirn cf the bill d.d in preventing j the last or.a fma making '
and of parties. | an
any ctt-rt Mt rsen f TLe scbis, Lt are Lustrtnjett of its fu.tiLne&t. Tie Washington Correspondent cf fio appropriation On all Ajenciw of Insurance Cczipacles,

BAILEY as a candidate forlhe oSicc of GOTrnorcf backers mc>! sclte t-u e.ul.mliy. the Udltinicre 1'atnet, u.iutr Jjte tf the 1st ins!. aid fi, was engased la by LKJS and Deznocra4 for impiotini tie r.atigation ef lie river an annual tai of ftteendul'ar-: < it

this State, at the ensuing clecuoa.J and ii"t the nest distant allusion, that I recollect, J 11 farttiele s the riser u worth to the Cotipay lest. On all cer'der.ot Lottery Tirktts,zn anrual '
Cut, we will be told that new 1iht I.a*been tied writes a* fcllo\\ dollars .
.. wa r.a-le to the re pnn* '?tllty *I tuc ti.iz' party for tl.c Legislature heirs: aware tf it, the lass will tax of twenly-fi
upon Le question t* L.S IctUr t IA<.H!>CLL, sid 2 lr>ar, from a member < f Congress, tlis es ev.ir.;. Sic 3. Le ttftrt'i-r Ordained, That th* re shall
[ Service Eay be expected in the Methodist that Le n-i-v stands < ut retealcd a true and wL< le that tie: I rtay i* ia treat dj-L t li.at, amos Ihg'Lill. or the coircidcnce cf its protisitrs *ith biTthe laducement to the State purchase, ar-J the be as>esscd anJ collected the lollottii-5 property tii, 'r

Ip.Kcpal CfcurcL to-njcrrow tt the usa1 Louis.1Vc heartfd'L He d that! i tnor-, M". V.\'j-er! 1 las spoken s'rori11 e air-t it the nnciples cf any p rtv. Resolutions corrdnanatun greater the j roll'*, t; e more will economy and the vu:
g. *? say in Seller lhat Lei
T\t t.ntkrrn ant norfi ,refen Jl"hyigtntruliif, of tn.i bill were i-itntlaced Ij a Democrat, sectional fielmj rrcdom.nate ins the Le'i>lature, 1st. On all improved and unimproved! Town L fi t
surrender our cuu.rs this week to ccr- a Whig, and that Le like M-. CI.AY, and 1 1..ad n' are sod to t>< ss much ajaiiint it as aid advocated by Dncrat, and > Court* of .
te 'onJeats, i.c. to II.ccscluMancf otter matter.lu hr-kitanc in the l 1i.t canras. 11! exprr* a. for Lim Senators, w ho are t'ejul* L.*tilc t,, iu tenth sum he. thereof

over Mr. TOLK. Yet Le sa.'s |I.e Ln ,ws rcr> little which muterhaes with the ti:leg to l..ni. in 'Itas two VLigs. He resolutions were opposed by too ju,:.ce, and the goner of the people, through their 2J.: Oa every prsetiinsf Tbyiicisa or Su'-ecn, an .

lVouJn'S >\ It I'i e t Jrfor cf tL* Srnlmilti about j olitics, for the levy good reason that Li* stu- This mfurciation tallies w.lh the -rounti 1.1otUr l'mi.crats and two VLigc. iIcse s oliruonlr.ercs-; leprestntatues, to rcptal. tl.e people cf Ilad on, annual tax of cuht dollars.rl jqs

fets1 publish: tie coaaiumcatioo in this day'. dies have but turned in that rectin. Therefore jafcr received b* the lost tai1. \\e-.ail! f ilt l r ort'+ were promiscuously Democrat and V li iz-, Harr.iltun and Columbia Counties woa'J have f.id ; On cry practising Attorney and Coucseller
annual cf eht.t dollar*
piper s.;ntd Young D Jocracj," although! it Lad his |'rtf. icnce for Cur revives itself into a personal noon know, however, Lor. far tie '.rkaaas Sctatcr Now, Mt!essrs. EJtors. *ou and your r -a 1irj *..ll be upon them a most oJ.ous and ir .u'ling rarnopdv at-jh Laws: On an all free<>Iorei} Males b twet-n time a-M cf 'f'It

teen sent tolumt>\ the autttt.r with a polite reqnesltfat I one. In another part cf thu letter ie a tewsh was right la Lis |rophecy, anti how Lr wrtnluadrcrteiit perhaps a little astonished when ou are further informttl 1 should like to -a 5-5' ctl.in.; about tie ruLt of repeal tat twtrtr-one and 2ty years, an annual tax ot tea eid- 1' j.

it mitt appear o L. c-'jnins. A LurttcLiiJ rase If cf the JLrE-rlsoN aLonl! sf ..tics. This that the conclude',; r *.lutn n. cf the string but I hate alreiJy tre pa* nl too much upon lars '. .j, IIth.

tlrcadj tLe fire"' | < Ilrror. irsre4uee.I by a iJfniwrjt. in thai m. nv *'i.ri;", etnilpjted jour fwrbtarance arid the patience of cy readers.I .- ." On all free co'orei! Female* betvef n the aw-5 toftoenty.ti.e
su.'tl* 1 I.iol.s cv KM': like genuine wLigget .- and 111' an annual taut use l
JLIILRIHJV We were irs error list we k -tatinpthat! C..lontl the n'Taber (rum MaJmrt t oiinlv, al! may recur again ta this suhjs.t. jeai jsootars
Mr. favored adherence to the letter t the .
Inlee'eOur tpeecti. Constitution-the \\'l. fr.r Wi ,;u opLad expressed Lim.dfa* harred cf \Vlic\ from their acti-n ei llus SJIB i il!. Den't TI-MO.NOPOLY. .. On a'l! wlite ?*ae inhabttan botweerith c.y
readers igj are allowirg a wide
will find in llmdjt"* paper a portion latitude cf corstruioa Jfn ever Idling btlonged to the Whig party," because *oi now think 1 Bf rutenent deserves a patent tight O4e, of twenty-one anJr.:t* *e.mt-a poll tsof w.e ..r. t_
ff the speech of the Hon Mr. Vitic in ruppcrt tfte iipos t'j'osed a of the b them Ilart.prn each poll.7th. 5
course pursued di
in rettrekce to tl e fir hi* roerie*
resolutions cffcre-d t-t Lm Sank, the Whigs are in fatcrcf tnc-Le eppe edLifh Ta Collector's Sale. O.i all Slaves !tween the are tI f jarte a -t
substitute for
as a scar. It was not Cul (/., bu' the II>.n. CIIVKH. Hul.fiM.al' theeininnitioi' of" ImprrY .r-ent."
Lose e.f Mr DICKINSON tarifTc. the sLg5d the contrary. If, then ) cbtlong TN pursuance of an Act ot the Gei-ral Assembh and tit.v tear',an innal tax of tee dollar: Preritetf .q
of New York. The re- lo the JtrrrRso> Khool. he rcrtaiult i NA LOR, formerly a Wli; meti.bercf Congrt- leers n t the Urmoerats makmzan issue with the U hie* I ot the State ot 1 IIc'rida\ ertitlci! An Act to tn- Tt ut the City Council may exempt from taaa'a -

Ea.a3er of his remarks will appear in cur next is. noT a whig. Yet lie to riiiUJtlj'hu, but now a C ptiia of IVnn-tlfan a a',, ut this bill H mere talk." He does rot desire torte the payment e>f Taa', aestI and U> be as- >ion any slate lain.rinz urder mental orbexf.ly ttliic- ,3
eat* isb th. \VLat
tJ". ?!r. VuLtt's news are stated and maintained conclude ( must Volunteers.and Governor the Ndticn l TaUre in them tn b1 crrtlitnl f<-r th ir tattinsr truth, rr for ses4e'I l, a.itnit, all Institutu, rlaiun: g Co'irate lion or" ir.Crr..tv.; oa spjlicat.on ef the owner. traCintof 4

tl great clearness and fvrce. He Las undoubteJlv we rum iLlWhy. that Leisaltegcther I ritil'Z sin this State." 3, pro* ed January tth, Ibl-, such slave..th. .
Mexico Mr N. said in Kltei fr keen insight into the r.i-turnit
a htr
.aaled right, and de.fries credit f IT Lis candor, in katirgLe written e, arid his reputation I luxe levied tsp-n; anJ will expose tor sale, to the On all 1-tts, ir.-i'e! or female,Lirlr* Lsher

J lunsilf upon the true Southern ground know nothing about j Ltus Tie Sentmelj 1 from wl hid. the hlhuwing M an extract men, aid 1 his j ronhetic ti.ion cf tcnts tcttobtcoisjmmated highest bidder in iront ef the Court Hi-u .e iii Talla'.aMtee or their! o.tu time, 7. it'nn! the ntni's of he CII), 55 t ,,

U"e agree howeter, w.th the C.3retoO! .Me-etiry, mistakes The hizs are mad I hAng ni\ lead ** ith) Lumilutiouard I think I can prrfene vcr* duMnctIv on Monday, the third da* of April next, all annual lax s.f forty tolbr anel it tte same is Dot _,:

that he! li.c ;>cerh cf Mr YuLE, i- *o well erti'.cd our view*, vLcn it -ati v.e profess to be-1 shame whin I S thuk that I Lat- been sh.at Improe-irer>t" natter. Thre i in m* the interest in law and e.juitv cf the Southern Lite ;paul b* such slave, then a MX of eJcut/le the amount 5j

to -<,&MderatKn, a* we.ll frcra tie fact tf lie liete Le u a eknuTrat Uel I. ng k-nce diatowr l j member el iit.etr I i'arts Mr! U tbsti5 speech I hs i I Insurance and Tiust Company the fdlowirg described lo be pahl Ithe inaler of .ch lave : frornlttl, ,i :

Southern any urb belief. IVe beliet-1 fe ia riof tlit.cian, no Wen re|.ublished here, by the Me\.ran. in every opinion a 'ror current fueling (i.ot anti-Ulug, Bono's: and Mortgages, and other linger!*, lhat it jch stave! or slaves lire within the enclosure .

ground taken in the frtech, as that lei is statesman. He C3's Le knows nothing about the anetv ol fcrm, as ascii as a Bnopt.i sit( Mr Clj*',, 1;owever,) in tie Counties adjjcent to the Sun asinine or so much thereof, as may or shall benccesoirt to or on the promijoccupitJ l by his, hercr their mater >- ,. .

the first 19 promptly raeet and oppose the dfid they I.ae been made the lou:id itiun (1 aj |'tali liner ia opposition tn the continuance e f tins bill pay the amount of State and Co only Taxes, due b* lien! and in that case no such tax shall be cdlicteel 5'

t.-ntofMr. Dicxi\ farfrom tarirTbank.c., and se give crdit to his stat einrt. to the Mexican rsoi.Ic. confirming! tlum in the-r mdci act the aMites: of the country. and without said Company for the te-ars 1 45 arid Is47. together from ne.;io or mister .
*. Not s) ttith those whi sin Florida who liver 11'claiDi >ion-flattering their hopes that one ol I be ii est or upon with a.l costs, tiz. U ilium isher'a Bond fur tth. On all four-wheel pleasure Carrwsrs. an annual a t
enSflainutg ether towards Mr DICK-
any feeling for the TreMJenct. The-j Inline him lo bea puitus of cur country sihI arrest the pruses utioti ol s >:ne strung barrier than tie! nit run c merits of fcT.SOO. secured by mortgage, dated 15lh July, 1). tax of two 5*MUM dollars and on all Biizgies '

Issos tliaa such as Mr YILI: Lmsefeapresces! in whig, and jnly atow thu They e3o not all..whim the war, and putunp ollf jreer, in in\ opinion, all the bill itself to oppose to this current, the bill and R. H. Bradford's IJond lor ftoXHJ( secured bv Sulkies! and trto-wLcelCsu-rugea.atii cf one i-Zurj 4 j )Clth.

the commencement of his speech Uut wl.ile MrDICSIMO f ro p as mich Lont&ty as we do. \\e Ulieve wl.athejts to me that Ihe hJ7.irhaders ate tfii'ti t'ie laud. On every Slate j ublic'v! eh,1btcd: v a veadrr '
T it entitled lo, sad sLoulJ! receite, the of worst provement" is trying to har it to the kirt, I tie
consideration cf tti of the -ihe d* riot-or if he centradiets himellin kind vftrtaion 1 >have tliHCvttrt-d here, that t >me g Wm. Burner's Bond frr S".'>
EtaTe pccjle MateholJing such a way as lotliow that his first statement was one irs the Slates, who has had access to all the puttlira'iuns Whi, j hart! ; lut I late too i: uch respect letjct dated "tli Aus:., 1>39, en slates and land.A. a tax of two dollars lor each and essry slave m> eiLibiteJ. .

for the advance which Le has ciade towards correct, they! still lo their of the countr has bees. in corr --;>on<.!iii< e for the nen of that! party to suppose, fir a moment, R. S Hunter'! Bond! for J-'AA, secured b* "
ding "
a fcomtion of their rights, all will admit, and cwn tersion with the Mexican *MKr .tar* ot State, ..UK.A\ (rjii they can be so easily gu'leJ.! Iniprovement" ioust mutt gage. elated JJu.., 1 s:..', on start and hr.d. SEC .I. Be it further Ordained That all Licenses 1 ''I

.!r. DicKi c o f himself in the nurber, that no Who knows what are Central TAYLOR' views ii.itted to him all the articles of the Amenrn press tr* another tack this will not do N>> matter what John D Harley' Bond! fur 2,0
: with refeuncc l.. the tVi'mol Fri.; iso V.Lotfthe IjvoraLle to the Mcxicats and thin Me\icjiMau>e. dated 2,th Aii ls3V ou land and countericned t>v the Treasurer, shall not be is- I I
ruttny can be t.o jealous, when it hat fur lit e>b- I hue in my pof-e-sion neatly three l.inxlitil f liLly be the political features of the next Li gi
Jttie decliration 'I \\ \Lat\ ae ll.e rights cf tLe KlonJa hijf, 11 watm su|>poiter '' lrre ;Jettlveof these articles Many iii l them were Iranthtfd and this bill will go by lie board. mortffage, dated "th Apnih,151on 1 rtaves Sec 5. Ft furthrr OrJatned, That all 0-i'f- 1

I oi'lc. Ouce abandoned tLet aie lo t foicvir." I'artt," can say with rerlaintt he n with the republi.hed her and one ef th< m an article I fi. m \nno IJociini l-'l' is tK Ij'e a date lo expect a At.-san.ter! l'mlclser'n! Hond for s"IIJf-s,sot-nrl liv narrces or parts of Ordinances, confl.cti-g with tie 'a

TLe same piper furtttr -* TLe s; etch ciMt. South on this subjort' This i.. acknottKel ed lo be the New Ia're.s: ; ,' tars appeal loll e'afliolirs peop'e tt OTIC of the fmerican !Ftates to rcmjinlUiet mortgage, dated 17th A9Dust, 1 0 en slaves aut! true intent asset meaning of this Ordinance b: and tie'same .
of the United States to opp.H.e Mr I'olk ahiiiiiis- laud are hereby repeal*dPa 4 c
YILEE is at once I he tidei.cc an all-important .tu.1.tion] }ct thy are willing lo
tf l.is iUilitv! as Station, open the pound lint the warM leliCKHH and p.ibtni'ive under a ineaure so utteil* op- Charles Colt's Bond for $0,5Oi, with mortg se. -'std in Council, this !C Sth Hay! Yr-ruary. 1M3.F. t .
tae! him with'Ut liv| Iherei
. tconrtitutional l wcr. aid tf tie true, untainted ktoxMnp tiews n. It vara crusade against this 'athohr religion posed lo the st>in! ef lhe i's. tttiti..r.s under which dated 2"th Dec tMl, on land amlolatesT. H. } tLVGG latcudani. 5 '

flegiance: that Le hold to tai i -rtie-n cf tLe 11 ion this sf the same species of tckhsri.ss which led in Mexico,) has not only been piiMfludiii the Mexican Shiny lne l.teil; n't I'>nj, and un pr<>*iwrou'I* and lo IJ. Bttton'a Bond lot SU,'>X}, with mortgice. Teste.Tjio 5 z

, Slobe ghts: are in lu* Leepuj;.** Mr CAP ILL to tote for a lVilri.ot I ioti,o c.an fur j h't 5 <|4, but | nntidm latd.bIls.aid ciicubd which! are so n.uch tttarh'd No dated i n h April, 1> li, on lavesmules cattle,l.cgj, i k UARNARD, Clerk C. C. 'a
they nun, e ten
Mr. STIWART cf I't-nne.lania of at all the rhtirrh doors in the city of Mexico ll'li* ai.d annual crops cf cotton and rum March 4.1IS.. 33Removal.
The Mexican Ireatj.TLcre Speaker1 fan till, tn nnrnffart* lifel'itte, lane iinirfi of t'rUnotl .i f the' ma,t ordinjr* capacity, can fii': t lopeiceue Samuel V,". Brown's Bond for gt.OOO, secured b* :_

thas' great leader cf wLiggery ir lie Mrlh, Las ssftrted that lion bins iJirtt tn 1'it star 13 owing to tht |h" glaring ohj-ctio'is to the b.ll, bcth la jo..it of morleage, on land -

is nothing hte fun iLe Caritol! in refer- tn the floor cf Ccngrv* that TAMJ if in action f lurhjHtlltcationt nht ami! ism point rf pdiry! Lewis Connei Bond for $*),700, secured by inertio ..
ttee to the with Mexico. on land and dares '.TI nmrtrtl my study lo the room ont'a
favor lorida
Ilutucit cf the I'roi30.VLo
treaty there in can say j posi. ; IHA
sic, In Hill of Rii.ts! monopolies are declared to
:h East o roer of the Capit I I. ailjoirin the
lut General Tajlor'n Ix.tJer. (teo. K. Dennis Bond for Si I.'it)), secured by n"rtjaae ,
to reliance be lace d lien. lively! tl. T.iarm.ois l.mu.sehl CLAY
can } en TleS is u n< t *o sajk
>r- l be ojiposcd to the spirit cf tree gors irner.t, and on sliver and land ALSO-I large Iron Sa'e. oS'ce ol the lh n. Mr. IJrockeiibmnuh, where 1 purIHHf :a4
*>knL d the subject id consideration, and it fee ITS i* I Lii fatrnte. Does let Mr. Cm fay he is opposed We notice that several whig punt-, and among s'l >ulJ not be en"ouraed. Indeed, the bill it derogatory I I'iper Case, I Table 2 large Writing Desks, 1 reu.air.iiie during n* stav tn Florida, tthirh .

to be the prevailing opicion out cf Washington attt lo the further exteiiftion tf blater} And the number the Savannah /iran, Live publish to the spuit of e<,'iilitv that breathe through large Book Care, half dozen Chair,. &e. Mill be !but a Jct.erks. Those inte-r tril s. ill i

what this ed only portu ns of Gen TAYLOR'S famous letter to A. \. FlailER.Sh'ff. r-lea-ie Saks sire notjce tLe reef, ar.d gs ama thtia- '
trcafy will be ra'.ifioJ, with some alteration*.- n but Wilmot Pros iioi.rm i Yit tl u man the (Constitution of State well
our that
out as as cf sccordinlv.
selses .
ex-etDcio Tax Col Leon Co. 1
And 5.
W TAYLOR' the Hon J. II INGEH OLL- icie audacious -
course be is favcnte. In the face tf facts like whig
nothing omUte cau known about Ihewnn
other States e.f the Union so that, taking the decisions March) 11, 1SJ9 31-1 RUS.FLL, p55
oa wtich Mexico proposes to in Ve a peace, these, who can say that Mr STEWART n wrong in having taken upon himself Ihe liberty lo garble and of the Anrncan Courts, on questions similar March 4, 15 13. S3 Purtrait I'aiater. j

*ut Lisa-serf ion' mutilate the letter, so as to render it more __
tuiid this Considering of acceptable
gorernmcnt will get as much ts thedarg r unceitam- to thu, into consideration, I may say that this bill is Hamilton Tax Sales. -
** danaaded by them last ty here, are we not light in democrats to the Whig party They setm to think the old Land for Sale.
Sfflraber warning vested
not only unconstitutional having reference to the 'I' virtue of the power in me bv law, I

Tie Uia* notices tsanj of the absurd rumors against flung to the standard of one whose views, General will be as easy and pliant as was Gen. Harrison character of our State Constitution, but it is unquestionably B hall expose for sale before the Court Home lIE ur.diT'iicned will sell that finetract of LAN17

&ft lKMit Mr. torn and it may perhaps not be long ere we shall door the town of Jasper, Hamilton Coun'v }'lorida. T
the terns, A.C. from which the flowing as sats, are carefully concealed'Yet un-American. in known ai the GaAin* tract, and ntu.ted about *
tbered hate wers"from him coming through a Whig on the first Monday ia June, IM' .thefolUmmcdesenbtd fifteen niile ot Tallahassee, in Iron Count Said
: they call meetings to alrance I it interests, The world has made rapid strides, within the last property, or so much thereof as will j.
hI. committet. Things would seem to be fast pa tract coi.tam bout five liunektd ansi slat! acres,
11 That| the treaty was not, as; is alleged made which piofess to be irrespective of party." And verging century, in intelligence of rights of political per the State and County Taxes due thereon, for the year a >out two hundred *nd Efty acre good hammock
the ;
tLTnt b/ private inductions fmn Mr. Polk. if we attempt to t.Low 1 the true state of to this poict from f repeat bold txreriment.- classes 1S17, to-wit : balance -
aid things, so anto son*, and privileged in political communities tIme pmeundol a str M-rur Duality, sin watered
The mutilation consists in efforts to the the IheSW 1-4 ofthS El-tof section 33 the I
smo- entire
toe cabinet knew democrat their azin.t ; therein in;: a stream running between the .
nothing of it. TLe Union keep on guard committing are fast disappearing before the light which is
section 34 the W 1-3 of tition 3- the C 1-2 ol
stile of the letter by omissions of words and whole >, hammock and land. There said *
pine is on Irac
-iioere 11 not a tllable_ of truth in the ru- themselves in a common destiny iih their opponents sentences, acd leaving out the declaration of Gen beaming to the dispelling the mints which monopolists the S W 1-4 of section 25'>, all io township 2, range about eventy.fi
taut.J. we are charged by the Sentinel with abuse- and their abettors at.empt to Ihiow arouad the 12, north and east; also the N W 1-4 of section a, S-ttiMactcrv titles will be made to the
tLa( ttWe T. that be wss reared in Jcflersin creed, and had and Ihe N 1-2 of section 3. and the N K 1-1 of poe
tie "D fOT"'on tn t5'e treaty about with wanton disregard of courtesy" Courtesy, eves of the people by arguments of expediencies and sec- chaser. Terms ciatfe known on appt-caton! to
Wl never loci sight of it, but had endeavored lo conform lion 4, of township I. range 12.north and east, pur
as La, been stated. indeed It is "couitesj n it, which induces benefit. They know too well the value JAS. T. DAFF1.V.
temporary the Estate of Hector
belong W.
3i. Tln there to it as far as circumstances, would permit &..r.Qiiiek porting to Brad.n.AL Iisrch 4. lS-i. 33 Ct .
i. W, .. of '* a laffte cession of country made whigs to try lo get democrats committed tothesup ol political rights, to barter them away, like Usau, 'O-The S E 1-4 of the S E 1-4 of ixtiai 31,

tapt a k'wier extent than say CCUNry m Eu- port of their candidate ? It It "courtesy" which Work.-The despatches brought (to the for a 4< mess of pottage." Every man may see and township 1 rang* 13, north and east, purporting to Lime.

Rsss&a; that the territory does include makes nbigs ask democrats to participate in their government by Mr. FREAMR, were carried through know for himself that in the great natural con titu- belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaire'
fib.7 f & JOSIAH T. BAISDENSheriff, A E RRELS FIRST RATE LIME, for sale '
.1 tb Iatit Franciico" in the 3711.35th degree proceedings. How long Lu such courtesy" been by him, from the City of Mexico to Washington, ia17d tion of things, the benevolent Author of that constitut And ex-cmcio Tax Col Hamilton Co. :L 00 by A. E, HOC* -

"In fact," adds the t'ajonu we the practice of our opponents r How long since it *.' cn would not make Hit rivers through the land March 11,1549. 34-3m February 2C, IMS. 33 ; 0




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.t ,&:: '. L Notice. Bagging--- and- Rope. L. & H. GREENBERG & CO.. Boot and Shoe Making. FLORIDA LAND BALES. STEAJtfER GLASGOW"I

.,4 ', k : month after date,I phall pent tny final *e- 75 PI ECE best Kentucky Bang, Still rontinne at their old stand, rpHE undersigned and,having materials purchased of tlt,
entire stock
f"i' SIX unt and touchers to the IIc n. Judge of Probate Rope. For sale by and : .
f'tii .I : 10 Corner of Monroe Jefferson Streets, who is about leaving the State,
jrj ? ;; ;: in and for Loon County!, and apply ford..r DRCIE&. LINDENBERGER. they are now opening(heir FALL AND informs his friends and the
November I -
t '\2 t'! dismission 8 administrator o the Ctate 27,151. WHERE supply of FRENCH F."Gl.ISI, i is at present at the old} stand, where JAMES TUCKER, MAITM.

..t t t .' Alien,deeuN n. GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS GOODS. he to execute all work in his line with undersigned avails himself
vuI of
/i with the ALLEV. Spices, Pickles, &c. Rich bile Silk,(;ro. dc Rhine.tngetherwith everydescription despatch. He has on hand hc fines THE the public that the tbi..ode 0 f

.1 : t 1;: Administrator ni annfxe. TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins. Manias. Onions of colored and fancy Silks,Parisian Plaids, of calf l skins, and all torts of materials, and will GLASGOW is now performing her new Steq

f ;r: FebrlrJ 26. 1SJ3. 32 U and mind Pick pickled Lbtr. Wai! Striped and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored make at short not ice, ant in the best manner, GEN T"t flLL be offered for sale at Auction on the jtb! the Snwannee River Wtween Columbus regnlar trit

; Doctor John P. nut and Tomato Car-r!, ,Mus- French MerinoFlsinStrpcd and Silk wove Alpacca TLEMEN'S BOOTS D SHOES of every descriplion. V V day of March, IS4*, at the [County Site of Key*. This boat is strongly built of tad Ced'rs
the 111t
.4 4 .; }..:: Duva lard!, Pepper and Pepper Sarce,Cider Vicegar. fresh &c. ( Boots footed< sol.d,and otherwise repaired: in Benfon County, East Florida several tracts of Land tenaU and propelled! by two engines best

f- : ,.3, .t: FFER his professional 1 rict', ciiircns: Gooseberries and Currants! .n bottles, fresh Salmon, A treat variety of French, English, aad American good style and! at rea-"nahlt chJr f! He will war. in Township I. Range 19, and Township 24, carrying one hundred tons burthen and 1er:I

.i l' $, ":, .. vfTstlahaseaadsorroundneounry; Office Shad ar.J Halibut in canisters Curry Powder :nd C.1iof and Ginb3r; rant his work to be c''lallo any done in the place. Rv: >ge21. cotton with suitable acccmmodations or for 400 bt]?

,. ; J ., .:. i in Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hajwtrd's P-Cok Gay'cnte. Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger Currant Worsted Pla.ds; of different styles and qualities!; and to give as good satisfaction .to fitting a another On the 14th day of March, at the Court House Jo senders, of light draft. requiring but fort ineik"es :

t 1 *., :" Store, Tallahassee. Jelly, Macarroni, Vermicilli,Russia and Amer- Shawl cf every description color and qual.ty ; workman. Marion County, sundry tracts in water, thereby enabling her to perform seventeen :

i' .,i :: February :G, 1S4. S2 ian Isinglass; Irish ,Moss, dried Currants, Prune, Jaconet, Cambric, Tarletcm and Ctos BaMnslins JOHN LERCH. Township 13, Range 20, regularly at all seasons of the year between ber th !*

". .: Citron ; ?hy S. 1917. 42 tf 'I 13, 21 bus and Cedar Keys,leaving Columbus Colon

i'i: ," ." Nouce.j Nutmegs Mace Ginger, Allspice, Cinnamon Silk, Thread and Linen Bobin, and a new style o 14, 21, DAY morning at o'clock, A. M. and npry Cedar Ten KiT

t ... month after date, the undersigned!, adminis Cloves, VamiHa Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and Muslin edginp NEW GOODS. 1.1. 2i every FRIDAY morning. Should snfficieat
SIX Oranze Flower, Rose Pe?rh waters Kid, and Woollen Glovos, for Ladle I'atrOll
of B. F. Lip comb deceased, sweet Marjoram. & Ca"hmet be the
of the estate age extended or interests of .hippmrem
I At Madison Court the 23d :
of Rose Ixinon Peach Vamlh. and Gentlemen the attention of the House on Thursday, ;
will prernt her account and vouchers to the Hon extract ; uhriheuvould ca1 her to perform two trips week !
j t For sile L \\ Silk, Wocllen and Cotton Stockings for An ; THE choice assortmentof larch : per thet'roPridGrl
Jnde of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to b by lSUs to tt exteniir' Section. will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make then eeW
December 4, 1917. Linen Cambric lldkf. plain II. S, ,, ; ; Wakulla and Township. Range.
administratrix nf said estate : an ilfl ( GOODS, now receiving I p-r change or add another new boat to the
S E of
The 23 JineofLk
I 4 IS. 7E.
I dichag Admx.February Handsome Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collar Their stock has been ,
LIPSCOMB Emelme. care
\ 4 : : : E E : !(lced.th SWJofSI. 1, 7. capacity to the one now employed. As soon as
.' 21. 194S. 32 flm :Fine Perfumes, and Cape; from the moot fishionable e"ahli: meut" m New ticable this boat will extend her trip pr*x"
i. NW4of ? 1 7.NKJof the
(for Drrssos do. Green g
Rirages : and been at reduced! ,
from the of Lubin Paris.TTEDVOSMIA ; York ; having purchased prices I' wannee river to the Upper Springs, and also T
Manufactory and Satin colored : 1, 7. ,
I .: ;. John P. Duval, Splendid assortment of Hat, Cap they :rf enaMed to furnish their customers at prices 'I Withlacoochie river. np *
: Euf 1
1 b.
i i--1 : AT LAW Helitrope, Jockey Club Rose Ge. Ribbons ; I jroportionately! low. ThlirGlEADY The undersigned would further
ATTORNEY .4 v.of 6, 1 I. 9. state (that ft. ar'a
J.JL Bonnets:
: Patchoulv Mismonctte: Neapolitan, Tuscan Straw ;
$ I :' TTTJLL practice i!the Courts of Middle Forida. Ambrosia rnium, & Milefeur Arsbia.Ber.de, la Rein, Linen Damask, and Damask:rd Table Covers (MADS OLT>]]MIOil At Jefferson Court House, on Mont 'y, the 2'lh selves others,of proprietors the of this boat have availed t t&f*
.inS3. of
-,_ \ \ the of Appeals' and the Ir. of and being manufac-( March : provisions an act entitled An art;
4 I Court Eglantine, V n la, olctj, Bergamotte, Vervain, DlC. Towel, Drapers; &c. ; maciJI. improve the navigation and to
1" '. : District Court at Tallaha's.. Marroc..in and ess. Nlqnef.1. Rich Nett CI.ihlren'snol OoaU and Caps; tired directly under the eve of Mr. Stillinan! all S. T. R. navigate the SQWU.
c, : Ot1ee in t% &n. Wilson's BuildingsoverHajward's Also, Glenn's A!hlar.d and Pre ton & .\ br e as-ortmrnt of brown Sheetings, Shirtings: f ar of *hrp.irwAr i M thc'ebv precluded, and persons TheE t of N W I cf 13, IS, 6 C, enacted nee river, the for last other session purposes therein meet ioe

I ..' Book Store, Tallahassee.February Merrui's- & Extract of : 1erfume.Flofrs.. Striped. Shirtings and II. (!pun* : [>.re'.i: a sirs; may rely upon getting; an aliccel RJofSWJcf 13, J, 5. State of Florida that cf have the Legi.lator of I il.:

.,, / 20, IS I". 32 The true Fai.ua,Cologne: -also the Frccch anmencui. < Broadcloth Cis
; -1. \ Lavtnder' and,Florilarater*. Ray Rurn ar.d Plaid S.linel, J'oM.T\ftch, :nJ Wht;, F.1LL: U'L\'TKn STOCK WJofSEiof II, 1. 5. under company the pursuant and to the provision tf l'3id tdi
rXl name style rf the Florida
Notice. Cambric wi'h brie Si of 31, 1, 5. State 1111"1
and Aia tie la Reme fine ( PomadesHairoil ; Flannel.Ticking*,cc'.erc'd': I a found! the fallowing! nal Improvement and
: Steam Navigation
mmthafter date, the undersigned: will pre- cf Trir.'min Fancy Cood, Porfurncry ['\'It NEJof t f. 2. 5. C'ltnpan,
and Shaxngind: Toilet Soaps, assortment *
: ink French Cloth, Frock ard Dress Coats Black The
Ibir-c\'cO. ,
.j SIX CO:1plny'ilI soon their
,1 # 'nt 1.1. account and vouchers to the Honorable fine and coarse Ccb for the Head,Tee h, Cutt'ery.' &r. All of which will be sold Brown ml Invis Green. Castor Beaver Sacks, SaaI E i of N W 4 of 6. 2, 5. rf which due notice will complete be given for arraneeotntV

.. ". Jodzc cf Probate of Leon. Ctuntv, arJ apply for letters Nails and ( superior article of Cold Cream. t.w'for cash at their store in this: place, also a tt ;, flu, Mi\t: Tweeds! and fancy col'd Cassimer do' TEH:MS:-One-fourth ca.h. the balance in t three Cotton and other product of the PurchiW
of dismi*ion as administrator! of the estate of in pots. For ale by LEWIS/ AMES. t their store in Moiitice'lo. equal annual in-talmints, with interest in advance country, or ;
& Kllots an.! RI-nl.et Overcoat, .Ve. I Hi-ivy Pilotant liberal cash alvancwiron all shippi.
llcurv J. Gaskins late If said: Count, deceased. December-1,1SJ7. 20Q1 October >, IM7.. I! Or, it'any purchasers should prefer to pay nil cab! property
: nod when
4 i IVaver Cloth: OverroaN, Cloaks of tine Blk required A* soon a*, practicable a tiDe II
WESLEY \NNING. Aelm'r. five cent. will be deducted from the credit insta -
.. ; S. SID: LEY, and Blue C'loths, lantaI./ of mark lrenc Cas- menfs.Lutcf per. suitable packet I will be 'ab'islwd by the Comp,.,
.- lyS. Agent. BARRELS EATING APPLE Notce. sirr.cr. Ihk I.tbtd. : ", f.nry Plaid, C -ec' between Cedar Keys and New York and New
I .Pebrjarv1.ll.. 1 31 i f'rn ,.41 C2 Jo. In-h Iotatj, SIX months after d Ite. present mv account do. ; also,'l'weed, Sal met t an I l.Teniudo..r.: VESTSof the particular tracts can be had by applying leans for the conveyance of freight and passmen/Or
10 do. to (the Hon. Jiu'so' cf ProVifw! rJfflerson to an) cl the P..t Masters I in Uenton (,r Marion
Salt. Onial" vOI-hlr flack :1.1 l Tircv Satins, Stri|> il and Plaid Silks, thereby sccnnns to all i its patrons, a safe and eipiT
: \ .. Just received and for sale cheap for cash by countv, and .111,1)1 for hit ro cf di mi. ion Velvets! P'.aid: Cashmeres and Wlcacia, Plaid SilkMauikas County, or they will bo furruhe-?, if applied (for, b! litmus: mode of transportation of their

:' ...' 0 SACKS S.LTt rcceivcdJanJ] for sale' by December ,I. 1M7. 20 A. E HOC. Administrator. on : llc of lenrv! Ftldbcrg. &c. &.r. Itttrr po t.pai", acldreascd to Trir STATF Rrcis either market as well ai return cargo to roper its place! ?, I fl
t : A.E.HOC. late of JtlTcrson county docpi ed.HENRY TEll, AT TALLAlls-iSfE: ILORID\ .Irstmation DC
Ththn'e: al-.oan ex"'n i3".orlmr.t of Clothsra'siinrrj The rates: of
transportation will
: Lard and Butter : : GRELNBERG.! :( Adm'r. JOHN nr Am), R,'; .ttr t fPn'iiUe instance i in DO
,. IbrraI.I.:1 and Vestings unminMlartured: rni.lini exceed those heretofore charged or
< received Oregon and for !sile low Oof dxrl''., >17. I 1.5:: fn :in j p.1.t : Superior French mad\ ; and \01 Ihe Aa/i'/t o} the State hf Feritla. for like services", but a material reduction allowrf of
Miner Spring. per sclr. t Tallahasuee. Nov. J3, 1 N17. 17 ne\
: Newport : JUT ,
: ,
.t A. E. 1f( Urt.>, cn Eiigli.h! do do. dEii2l-sh: mn. an.! will the rates is contemplated at an early period, as ooau
DWELLING: LOTS FOR SALE. December' I I" 17. ( Notice his : GreuiVmsi'l Dve. do, Black Peser and f/J- The following papers please publish the increase of btmn, s shall warrant uch redaciMia
three and send their the
above ta
I .' rriHi: undersuned, beinz fully emjviwcrcdir IS hereby pi irfn r to all persons inlrr.tr.l. that' si' Co.tJ I-., Fr'eh black Ca..irnerrf, do. Ribbed do. State Register: i tiz : The Florida Herald St. Angus The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and other
I had the tb, Frt Plaid and StriTtd do of the and t/1 visit i the Kevs.at i
Jto has &t > : reasons of the
fTw make ":r.ltttlllliI Wood Cutters, niontlisafter d.meI: I shall presf.it mfir. II.clrt"nd 1:1. tine \e\\fIat Ocala: Sjvan Year,ont of
r i iK around the above Springs fast.imn.de! stvles. ; : of Black and ; Jacksonville.Arsuj ; the most healthy and curable retreats
I JfilJLJ_frart immediatev Touchers to the lion Judge tf P.'ta'e! in and 1."t \ISTI: for innM
of of "f" .\ T/D. a nun.b strong and healthy men : alindo.: o. Siik and Woollen nah Republican and Georgian ; Charleston l'.If'rclry and others in the State and the
in size l..t. upwards anrrc : c for the ol and :nl'IiJ : beautiful and
.' *.. JaiU, vu pxxl dnell.rc: \ V work a* Liberal wae to good COUIY t Jt..rOon. apply for a discharge ) ( : :and Courier ; the Standard: and the Register,Raleigh ; reman_
choj'ptrs. : t ( of the
.ale low. Plans Vesting of Rich tic Suvvannee: will
;, each, w Inch he now cfier fo a* the Administrator! : : cf t the estate of Anna Biooks ( .lollm'f'ndoe.ci s. the Columbus Times scenery it in supposed.oflw

I of the same, with terms &.C., can be seen at Dr. E men. Apply!,|(to: LINDENCERGER.Norenibcr : late of said Courild. '_', -.cd, \'d'c 111,1, &.c. &.c. Georgia. inducements to many t tq avail themselves of to plant *.

Banard's,TalUhassec. First come has irt ; mRCIE& < R. BROOKS.Jeflbrson ALSO, A ASSORTMENT OF an excursion..
I Ii. I'5 tf JoIF : (XJ- The paper which have been ref'l! sfed I to This
DANiEL LAD! Cc ui.tv Ot t "M), I; t.m: hiat5and: ('apsMortereytro.( and Bleach'd. Cottcn publish the Florida Land SolIe," will please add! Ccmpany, having as they believe, made all

.I : N'pnrt t. F bruarv !t!. l'J fq. 31 -- -- -- Linen and Cotton Shirt, ', t'ni! r"llrt., thesilcs in Madison and! Jefferson Counties., labove lequiMte arrangements! for the convenience and ccomraodation .

,. Bacon Flour &c. Furniture. U.S._ MAIL LINE lk:: 1.11 Silk Cravats, i jSilks 1Irino do. And the daily papc>3 in Charleston and ''annal, of the public, they solicit) its patrw-

4 J UST received from New York, :; Kanr y .,fin do arc
:: ;:: JUST received per schooner Elicia, from New Or- 1 handsome Mahogany! Sufa, _- l, '> Ku'h I JllfS.lm and > Lnl'r.hlli. and) Georgian, will please publish} once a irctk only, furl her particulars apply to Messrs D. P.

.1 o ,, 1 pr. Divan For ,a1" ty r ". L '': ) Plain do Scarfs, i Brown Cot ton and Cotton- (for three months.November27 SMITH & Co., Columnus. MesV*. SMITH HARRIS -

-a 1 Cask Bacon Hams, nmclr&LINDENBERGER.: t'r' ,,: JelnLI"J Hhks. i ;Je I Driwers) : Ht7. 10 Madison, Mes-r PUTNAM 4 RICHARDS'
Cedar the
I clear Sides, .oTerber 117. 19 J ..r Blk White ant Curd Kid>Huri Fla-tic. Suspenders, Keys, or to unden lnI'C1.

I Shoulders, '--! -' Glove.., $'Meninoantl Cctton llalfHoe Middle District of Florida, JAMES TUCKER.o .
; :!rs! linoi. tom J \ W.JWLL.CmCl"IT AND COUNTY. v And other, Proprietor
% S Half choile Flour BULL &, PRATORIUS, From Tallahassee to Ptlaccn. ?, Florida January 22, 1S-1 2 2 jr
Patent Leather Shoes, Unibrtlla", Money Belt, Daniel Ladd Plaintiff, }
1 Bbl. new No. 2 Mickcnl, .\hit corner tore narr;' the Scitir.l: flffict and T7irou!h il fvrlsf-tiro liwn fiom 7'szll&loasee t3 Shoulder: Brace, 5c. &c. : \ In .\lta bmtnt.r City Tax Collector's

'. 3 Barrels. Green Apples. For nIt lowly the Phttnii Buildin .)/j*i to L'hnitattvn i/j tfitre lays, CLARK STILLMAN.! S Debt *327 '3. Sale.
HOC. opposite < & Thomas Lock hart, Defendant.
er.'rnher27. I 1M7. 1') ALFRED VIRTUE of authority vested
J: to tdl fir in
: Jluats mebyhw
lil' \I1il onSt'ttrt'i OctnlerilQl7. HttLms'msey BY I
i. ,"VTOTICE: n Jeremy to the said Thomas
NOW OPENING/ ( choice and given
:t well 1 selected! tliffotnth this day :levied upon and will ,
ARE iltty. IN I expo at
Notice. rtmcnt (>( (iaOTlIc. (' XS Vl f. : Lockharf and all other persons inffreslrd in the public sale! before the Court-house
: .Jlln. Is ta r
the .\dminntratorefthectate INGS and REDY.M.IE: ( ;. THF above catis, that the plai.itiir, Daniel Ladd has in.liluftc1lhif cf Tallaha.,
lx months a!fter d.1e. :r.t nf'1' and 1 ndaat I oMock, .\. M, il 1aw e*. durinr loyal hours,oui the first Mon-
., I
County wil present h.* tinal account :vouchers warrant the,12 in s:\ imig to all wlo vv.-h i to i'UrrlacgMxl In. Albany Ann : icus, and Perrx: ,.) on Tuesday. Yoltrrlo. JtffffNon, County, Florida, of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Ccurtagainst Lot numbers Sand S4, being and lying in tta
I the l bnl13 and sood and! chattels
t" ti!,* J:iJ-je of Probate: ot md County anJpra bargains: jnu will do:1: to (.1 ant 1 examine TKr-Javs/and Vitun'i! yt 1 o'clctk, 1'. M,"mt :lt'lll iheT.r(iut r.urfsof the Middle tenements, south half of county quarter, within the limits of

\ for a di cnr. c from sai I admnustration. our !to! It would! be a great t tax on time and pa. t time: for"the cars f..r Savannah. Leaving Macon on WILL\ I; 1 nl t f'8 Cour.t ol Columbia: the ot the said Thomas Iockharl.ho resides beyond the City of Tallahassee, or *o much thereof will

November J7, 1'17. I'J f r ticnce to enumerate the diilerent s'vlei! and patternCumposirg Ioldrlll.! .. :''<, and I.'ri.li\-. at ,i o'dock. A, Eattern (Circuit !'lot uli.Muntic ) c the limits of this State, for 3 debt due to the said pay the'City Taxes due thereon for the year 1S47.

AMES this -ortmcnt : suffice it to say that a :I", andarruinn in.Tallihassee on Tufs-lajs, Tlmrs *'!Mo, At- 'ist :U. l I" ir;. Ladd on a promissory note, executed and deliveredand Levied upon no the opertv cf B. Ranertv.and t ta
LEWIS ; : pajable to W. H. Perry tr bearer, dated the *tbd
& prrtiun ot the"e cloths and cas>iir.ers are of III'ittlN las, and at J HI o'clock, P. 'J his line be sold (for cash. JOHN WILSON,
( '
Saturday .
: Zioaslrtl Ismi'e and therlotlaictn 1 November 1* I tl I, due one day alter its eat! and i
DEALERS l < with the Central Rail An February 1549.23 City Tax Collector.
connects HoaJ.SI\ann.h.
: article I.f their stock is rf a style and Law \o'hc.DROCKEXnl:01GI : which note wa transferred l (from (tie said \\. H.
TRrrs* MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL9, I every qualitythat Milledr<'vir: and \W t 'rn Rail: Rotd to Co
Ju4a. Perry bv ddi.l'rfor a valuab'mecorisidcration to the
wil plea-o the roost ftidioUi. Ga. connects w.th (the Mail I Line Jefferson Circuit Court.IN
: f ollct Arlitltv, Peifaratrj, &t., Window Glas% would mention thc.e CLOTHS arc or from Qiuncy* I Chalalohe..1"1 : ; and thence tj Apilachicola. : & 3IAXWELL.WM. said Ladd, now a'mcuntin, principal and interest together .
the finest texture the best English wool dye neb to the sum rf three hundred and twentsl"cn ,- CHANCERY.
Fr from
: Pa-sengers can
.4 PUSTERI' COLR' &c. wool d}c bl ack,do,Ca'si mer,London wool d)c l lack, ColuubtH in thtrc days and but one night will be II. BROCKENBROUGH wi return to F.,11 : dollars and fifty-three cents : Now the said William Bailey, A m'r. dc lonis non of Jibe III

: ApothccaricV Glass \Varc do. Cass: French and German black cloth*,do. Cass, the road Tallahassee and! Macon ,, time to attend all ( Courts of defendant and all other persons interested in the larry, deceased Complainant,
spent on
rUE 1 1 above constantly on Land,and for sale at the French fancy Carsimcrs.VESTINGS The ret b.lwfcn assunil that attention ill Middle clit, and. Jackson. and Franklin Counties above suit are hereby required to enter his or their : tf.
public may every
market prices. of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin, bo paid to the comfort of those who patronize in West Honda. B. i. M. will also attend the appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the Tilman D. Punfoy, Defendant.
Silk Woollen Velvet Cashmeretl may said suit, on or before the first day cf the next May the satisfaction the
and Polknel, this Line. Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be IT appearing to of Court by
fe have received by late arrivals:large additional Cerro Gordo and Cl'erubu, Monterey d.rked. FARE devoted exfluxttfltj to the legal profisiien and Circuit Court to be held in t the !said County of Wakulla nude in this cause, thUTilmia D. Pu-

,' of Drugs,.Wcdtfines and Chemicals,which, \DYMADE CLOTHING.-S-iperior! Fine blk. From Tallahassee! to Quincy:,$ M to claims against the United States, for the attentiveprosecotinnof ,cr ot herw i judgment) will be rendered against rifoy the said defendant, resides out of the State orFlorida.
; Bainbridge,
: cg thd with most of the popular patei.t remedies, French dress and frock coats, do. lnglih wool dye Z't to Alhany, SI I I I. and to Macon' $v.2. ;' which arrangements have been made! him or them by default. and in the State of Georgia,on notion of
render our assortment the largest and must varied in do. do., French Ca-simer Sack CO.t do., WRIGhT SA in Washinston. DANIEL LADD. the solicitor for complainant: It it OrderedTt

the State. black and fancy cloth Sack:, mixed doe- kin opera & WYEi.YARN Proprietors. March 13, 1SJ7. 31 February 10. IS 19. 31 the said Tilman D. Ponfoy do appear and answer
Py Aent.OO
i ,
: We have now in store a5 lot <.f QUININE, war- coats, black beavcnloth sack aal over-coats, black JOI: 1. the bill of complaint filed in this cause within far
Office :
at (
,anlt.1 and of tery superior quality.Just Cloaks. Pantaloons of fine Cassimer.mpdium : tu.'Ianhr'. lole. Talha"ee-C. Land for Sale. months from the date of the publication of this order .
i Lack E. BAILEY, \
. r .1, r received a large assortment of do, a great variety; G fancy -, ( pants of the : July 17, 1*>:47.: ; r,2) in Quincy Notce. undersigned will sell that fine tract of land or the snid bill of complaint will be taken for

t .. rilKSII: GARIEN>.SCEDS, latest. sl)Ie. I'tttt very description. lila' SIX months after' !hal present my final ac- THE aa t the Overstreet tractsituate about six confessed : Provided, That a espy of this order U

the celebrated of Messrs Hovey &. Co. Trimming, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, 1111I Fenders.ONE and! vouchers to Judge of Probatein miles north ot Tallahassee! in Leon County, and adjacent published in some newspaper printed in the )idd.
fnm gardens BRNDY AND adjusting Stocks Su"penrters, and almost everything and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a to the plantation of Mrs. Hall. Said tract Circuit of Florida, once a week for the space oHm
Also a small invoice of I DOZEN ShEET IRON FENDERS, a hand- discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abramrantham
with : hundred and months. Signed)
connected (
CIGARS; of All a gertlemanN" outfit. contains about six forty acres, a portionof
lot of extra
%WINES quality.
andja for sate!
article late of said deceased.
of which weotfer for sale at the ll\\.t cash prices. B. & P. arc prepared t to execute all orders accord byGEORGE II. county, which has been cultivated and otherwise im- THOMAS DOUGLAS Jadgt,
LEWIS t AMES. nz to the latest tnd most approved sI)lea. MEGINNISS.Januiry WILLIAM GORMAN. proved. Satisfactory titles will be made to the pur- December 18. 1S-17. 22 4m
29, 1 f I=(. Si 4t Monticello, 17. Cm
Ta'hha' iee. November '', I4-!17. 13 N. B Bv the next arrivals wo expect to receive S.ptember 15.1" haaer. Terms made known on application to
: Sweet Trees.

:. Wakulla Tax October 10, 1S47. 13 Coffee. Agent and Attorney for the owner. innfl SWEET ORANGE TREES, two ynJ
: OLD JAVA COFFEE, February 19, ISH. :31 4t LUUU old, for sale at G| each by the 100. by
TION AND LAMPS, a new article that gives a 90GS
Rio do. M. L. BAKER.
Leon Circuit brilliant li either smell smoke The .
Court. or
virtue of the authority vested in me by law, t.it.olt 2j do Lazuira do. Notice. January 20, 1 S-l". 2S Ct
BY subscriber keeping a of the (laid always
I have this day levie upon and will expo to IN CHANCERY. hand. supply Ju.t received and for sale bySept. persons indebted to the estate of Louis Joiner,
0 sale in front Court House, in the coun. IS. 1M7. LLOYD .fe FLAGG. ALL
pubic Full GEORGE: H. of Hamilton County, deceased, are requested Orange Hill School.
fur settlement
CaditD1" of Eilale. !rGIIS.Jan3ry
Wakulla! State of Florida, to make immediate payment ; and those having
2'J, ISN.I Zt undersigned takes pleasure in informing
James H. Broome and others for IW. ( II. HUNTING demands to them in terms of THE
On ihejirst Monday in May next. themselves and are requested present that they have established a BOARDiNG
other creditors of A. M Gatlin, SURGEON DENTIST the law,duly authenticated.
; bet.'n the usual hours, the following Pieces cr CDnllai"ant ELIZABETH JOINER Adn'x. SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location of
of Latid, viz t8. permanently located in Quinc), Orange) Hill, Washington County,Florida, with lbsview
: :
parcels Turbutt fletton Sarah LIVER HAVING Forill.
R. A. rt ton,lila Wife, L'vec- & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE February lr.lIS. 31 2m of
ls number S containing acres, and known tenders his services to establishing a permanent Classical Academy.
utrix of A. Gatlin
S 5 s the" River Survej, according to the original surrey 11. and other, n"fmdanl. PERSONS of feeble. restitutions and those of se in the various branches of his: profession. From his Notice. They have engaged the services of Mr. ROBERTH.

o.,' made: by Asa latfdd. Surveyor. Also lots WHCRCAS, By an order made by his Honor habits" are often troubled witii habitual experience and success in practice, he feels assured] weeks after date I will apply to the Honora- VINBURN. a graduate of the University of North

numVr 3', 40, -41, -2, :, 1 .11, .12, :, CO, 01, G:, : DOIOLAS, Judge, on the lit December cosliveness, vvhii h ctt 'n ex> rts a very unfavorable, of t><'ing able to pleise: those who may palronise him. SIX Judge of Probate in and for the County of Carolina. Orange Hill! is pleasantly situated on the

S C3.CS, C'J, 70-, 71, 7S, SO, bl I. *'>, S3, I, 7, S, 1.1. lvl", in the above entitled cau.e,the undersigned influence upon their general ha1h. which is partic- Dr. B refers the public to Waknlla, for letters of administration on the estateof Holmes' Valley road,twenty miles west of Marianni,

: Containing each 33'J acres; and !known and described was appointed among ether thing, to take ilarl} manifested Ly irrt not total loss of Cot\V. T. STocKToN, Dr J. l1 W. DAviDsoN, Richard H. Crow ell, late of said County,deceased. is distant thirty or forty miles from the Gulf of Mrt-

by aaid numbers according to the original survey an account ol I what is due to Complainants for their appeite. In this condition of the system, this ar- C. II DUPONT. Dr R. LITTLE.Otuoeopposite \RRIET M. CROWELL. ico, and abounds in the purest free stone water,af-

... made Ly Au llartfuld. Surveyor. claims and to all clhrr eteditort of said A. M. Gat tick is Cf.r.fJerl1 recommcndtd with the assurance the M F.Church. Ladies waited Newport. Jenoarv 2-!, ls49. 27 Ct ording a most delightful and healthy retreat in sun

All the above described lots of Land situated, I Ul tin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further that, if ( is properly ;adjusted so as not to on at t their residence. as usual mer, for the planters in the adjacent counties.

l I.t and being in the county ol Wakulla,on the wet I That the said Master do cause anadverti.cinent move the bowels: tOO actively, relief ma; be relied September 11, 1't7. S Notice. They deem themselves fortunate in the selection

I- side of the Wakulla River, being portion of wnat to be pabliehed in the Flondian.a newspaper (ipon without any or even the least unpleasant con persona having claims against the estate If of their sitl1tion. since they believe it to be one of

F i It known as ("orhe'Purchase, and levied upon as I pnbtshfdtekly in in such sequences resulting from the use e>f common pur:a- Negro Clothing. ALL P. Heath late of Hamilton County, de- the most healthy locations in the State, and one at
other public s he shall think for iso mcdicmej usujllv resorted which there few allurements to vice consideration -
the of the Apalachicola Land Company : newjpapcrs a proper to. are as -a
.. : property KfPIFCES l Idrsevs, Si o do. Plains,20do. Lin- eased, are requested to present them duly autheii-
of the said
the creditors Alfred
and Tax : M. Gatlin to come Persons subject to J'.iliru rely on timepreventive which should be of paramount important
thi'ir SUte
an.1 will be sold County
to -.jtislv may
Cb.Je heated within the tl:
; J\J bale Lowell Omnahurgs,5'irginia do. time prescribed by law, or ey
!ses ,
I : in before him and prove their debts, on or before the of ; and As rf-
this guardian.
fur tbecounU of Wakulli for the tear 1SI" properties ( by U.ioz it on Mil be baried those indebted to the estate are to every parent they purpose
bales do.
1-1 I Domeslies, tIn.S 5 iIdo. ;
AUIJAH! ( HXLL Sheriff first diy of Mav next ; and that snob ol the creditors the intimation of an approaching Thereare : ; Domelili ucating their own children at this place, they not
frt atack.
., 10 bales blankets 5 3 earnestly requested to make prompt payment.
Negro Nezro
and ex-efficio Tax Collector Co. whoshall not come in and pro\'t thtirJeLI!by.tlle time somt constitutions lole: to regular olJillnnu cases ho.s.wol only intend at all times to keep a good and cope-
W.1ul1 I hats JOHN ,
and and for
Just received sale bv
October 19. 1 I'.17. I IS aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree :Fever almost every f.1; to such the me of C31: Sll1itT3nd ex officio Administrator.: rent teacher, but that board shall be obtained upon
; and that iucl persons not parties to the bill, this medicine is rl''omulldcd. beginning to use itby S. te most reasonable terms.
Regalias. who shall come before the aid Master to September :, I c 17 10 January 15. IStb. VG 2m SESSION
f: : Spanish rrove the middle! cf May or first t rf June. TERMS PER

per Brig Lucy, and their debts, cocftre they are admitted directors, Those whose digestive organs are feeble often exicrience Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. The Elementary Department $10 00
JUS recei\'e M. D. PAPY
'20 000 contribute complainants their proportion of a sense of lullncss, weight and oppression Arithmetic, Grammar Geogiaphy and His

S 1. II.(y GRCENBEPvG CO. the[ crensC of this suit, to be settled by the said about tilt stornaeli alter! eating, will find this m *di- !: ",m. '?f i 'fA !' 40 SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, tore, 13 00

October :3). 1S47. & 1" & Master. And it was also ordere that .an accountbe cine afford almost immediate relief.Ladies ( w. 9 : For sale on consiCJmcnt-apply to Catura! Philosophy. the higher branches cf
Tn.J. Practice in all the Courts in the Middle J. R. FORTUNE,
: taken of all securities : held the
by near their confinement often( suffer from Mathematics the LatinGreek,and French
y Circuit. Office the first floor of the Feb. 5. 1S43. 2J At the Manufactory.. __
respectively, and a be made of the on
Dr. J. H. Scales creditor report hfILnr and costiveness : to this article i is Languages. 20 W
same, and of the value of each." And it was also highly f'ommen.ed.] as it can .ucl u"Id without the itol, South -.vinz, room formerly' occupied by the Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per nonlh.
SURGEGON DENTIST Secretary of the ,
ordered that .all parties may be examined in- cast and ilh benefit. Terrtor\ The second session of this commenced
.I upon danger, great In sick or nervous school
\ Parlor Couches
S : WILL be found at his old Rooms at J. L. Demil1 errogatones, and produce all books and papers in headache it is invaluable. November 15, 17 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany the 10th of January.

., 1 Boarding House during the fall and winter heir custody or relating thereto, oath 1 handsome Mahogany Beak Case, with drawers
power upon This article will be found to act as a plcsant ( JOIJLX Wheel Patent D. W. IIORNE.D. :.
month,, unless when professionally elae- Before the said Master, a the said Master shall direct. dial and Imil. mtcring the appetite, and at the EItiKINE. and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double P. EVERITT

Hr. S. having just received a large supply ." same time fulfilling vet r) intention that the common A T T 0 I X E Y A T LAW Corn-Sheller, the mos.t approved article in use. BRITTONRKLET..

...., : tf material appertaining to hu profession, is now !Now therefore( all persons claiming to be creditor Purgatives are intended to effect. It ispuiety rrgtalle Clulncy, Florida Apply to J. R. FOR fUNE GEO. F. BALTZELL.
Feb 3, 1M3. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
I prepared to perform any operotion with neatness and cf said A. M Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of and, when \sel according) to the direction, attend the Justices' Courts of Gad den January 2'2, IS-I9. 27 4t

tl<>.i>atch on the most appruve plans. eiid order, notified t., produce their claims, and the villbe found an in\.aiuhlt article, especially to those WILL' the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Tax Collector's Sale. -

". October Ifi. 1"I7. somtera: in support IhfH'of. and all collaterals andsecurities afllirted with I>v pepsia, Derangement of the Liver, anal the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. JIarcL

therefor, before meat my office in Talla- or General Debilitv. Novemlter, IM"I 13 tf BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I Sale postponed till 1st Monday in

.. iTIST.RS BALSAM 01'WILl CHERRY, for has>oe, within the time limited in said order and Prepared by Ductor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county Sentinel cop.v. expose for sale, before the Court House GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE.

sale by &A IE. otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, Georgia, and for sale bv appointment at l door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued fr'o

1' .: .' brut 19- 31 that they ma) be lumith'c] parties to the said! suit. 1:: ..\::\UD, Jr's, in August next, the following described property, or BY Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for.the

&c. Vdt-this (day December, A. D. IS 17. Druz Store, Tallaliasce, Fall and Winter Goods. so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the State County of Jackson Western Circuit of flOOds'wherein !

: Cabinet Making, SIMON: TOWLE, Speciallb.lc. DANIEL LAUD, Newort, JUST RECEIVED from New York, by Brig Henry and County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47 : Daniel Cook H plaintifT.and Reuben Scott1

CO.P A nT P.-The undersigned have as- December 4, 19(7. 20 Monticello, J Buck, a large assortment of Section 15, Township J. Range 1, N and E, pnr- defendant, I have levied upon and will expo*I*

; i tl-thcmscSv! together, and from this date Quincy, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. porting> to belong to W. G. Gould.A. ale, before the Court-H ue door, in the toWn 01

the two shop will tw united, and the business:con. Family Groceries. IIRDY BRYAN, A. "FISHER Sheriff Quincy on Monday, the *T,

i d-jctcd by LYNCH &VINGFJIHOCTS. They are As'nt for Thomas county, Georgia. Groceries, Hardware, Wood and! Willow Ware and ex officio Tax Collector Leon Co. the following described to wit: ""P11

.'. prepared; to do description of work in their line, WE; have received b> late arrival from New York MaySO, 1M7. 41 Rope and Bagging, I Nails and Iron, January 29. I ISIS. 23 laves Jetf, Dick, Field,and property Spencer ,
and reasonable terms and New OrleaO. a choice selection of Gro and Shoes, Boilers & &c.
i with fidelity and despatch, on as lot: Sugar .c. defendant3o
Levied the of said
suitable for Family and G. W. HUTCHINS upon as property
workmen in eerie Plantation use : For sale by ,
lor cash or approved acceptances a* any Negro Keraeys.
be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facia
.. continued cf the Cheese, Colsb. Mackerel, Raisins, Prune., St. Sept. IS, IS 17. 0 LLOYD & FLAGG.
Ihe country. The patronage pub : 1 I f\ CASES KFKsKY: : J do LmeyjJ AUCTIONEER B. C. WFST, Sheriff.
lic i i. most respectfully soliritwl.K. Louis Flo'l and Sboullr!, Bacon. French .1\\ Just received and"for sale by NOT. 5,1S47. 1C ByJ.ejmsuhhzws.D.h

.. J. LYNCH.GERARD lustud. French Preserved! Raspberry and Cur Sep. IS, 1317. 9 LLOYD &FLAGO. Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF TALLAHASSEE, FLA.J CO- The above sale has been postponed t ,
Ginger, Lobster and Salmon
V in'any part of the county attended to, and
KENTUCKY. SALES J first Monday in January, 1343.
Shelled Almonds, Currents, Teas ?
Tallahassee, November 6, 1 10 Paper superior solicited. oat" W'
.r. .1. Skirdiocs. For sale low bv Notice. fJflhlE l subscriber as (the resident agent of (the said CO-: The above sale has.been po tponed
Received by the latest Arrivals, BICHE&. LIXDEXBEKGER.NovemU ALL persons, creditors and legatees, entitled to -oU- Institution,offers for sale,in tracts and upon II. BOND Esq., I LLOYD & FLACG, first Monday in February. 25

10 or otherwise interested in the estate ermt to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acresof I January S, ISIS. .
,. \RGEassoricient of READY MADE CLOTHING UU1. J. W. ARGYLE, Es.D.] | C. WILSON, Eaq.
A of Lewis Saunders, late of Leon deceased LAND, situated in the of Jackson in the
county county ,
I SHOW, BOOTS; also, a general asvrtment January 22, 1S43. 27 Jewelry
of GROCERIES. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims state of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a Watches, Clocks, and
}; Notce.AIL and demands within two years from this date to the limited extent.
L& & persons, legatees, entitled to elis- undersigned, or the same will be barred and all ,
15 : ; per. The above lands were selected at an early date,by I secured the KT1C
October 30, or otherwise interested in the t MYERS, having
!. i said AT LAW
Sons to are requested to make experienced ,and believed to be attjb0
; eble e.tatt an e are amongst J. who will '
James M. Sloa e, late cf Jefferson County deceased of an experienced workman
the finest in tho 1'XTILL practice in the Circuit Court in each exclumsi'e1'are
patnent. county.
; .; Goods for Gentemen' Wear. are herebr notified to exhibit their claims LEWIS M. S.\UNDES, Executor. C. IT. DUPONT, V V County of the Middle Circuit, and in the Supreme the repairing of Watches and Clocks line of buwaew
and demands within two from this date to the prepared to do all work in their
years December, 1347. 2m D. D. A. Court and United States District Court at
; Black,and mak Broadcloth Fancy Agent of tf of i'y.
BLUE: nue undersigned, or the same will be bard : and all well and promptly.
j p ? *. Kentucky Jeans, Quincy, June 12, 18-17. 47 ly 'allahassee.
&tinel. RichS- indebted t tp said estate are to make November 11, 1841. 16
,, tin Vetin, Silk Velvet Vesting,. Rich mmediate Persons; payment.JAMES. requested Choice Liquors. Monticello January, 19-1'3 23 -

1t. weed YYttipg. Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravat, a R. TUCKER sheriff offer to the public the following choice Li- Rifles and Shot-Guns. CITY HOTEL,

renerat assortment of srentlemen'iflootand Sho., of Jefferson County and ex efficio Adm'r. WE which sizes and Martin Smith & Thorn,
Flats and alto, a large stock of ready made quor all of we will warrant a being ASSORTED qualities, prices,just re- ,
Cap; February 1U. 1S4S. 31 3m : for sale S. F. BURNEY.
clothing, d and for tale by I of the best quality : by Commission and Forwarding Merchants
2 old Cognac Brandy, September 25, 1847. 10Caps.
S. r Groceries. quate
BUR'EY. Madeira Wine, No. 62, Poydras Ut.TALLAIIASSRE.
10 :
September 23, received per Schooner Tallahassee from New bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey NEW-ORLEANS. LA.
., : 5 boxes of 1 doz.eachold Madeira Wine of the V. M. MAHTTW-O. w. IUITH-THOS. L. THORN FLORIDA.

I DR. J. 8. BOND 10 barrel nperfiae Floor, vintage of 1828, I Newton, Gordon & Co. JUST[ received per the last arrivals, 50 doz. Cloth Refer to HO the undersigned hu been confided thi

Ili. professional "ier to tbe.eitizeor 10 .t j redi6e Whiskey, Champagne Wine, Port and Claret Wine, I Glazed Cap., for Gentlemen and Boy., new
OFFERS and tbe rorroufldiDf cwwtrj 0 Maraschino, Cordial styles, which will be sold very low. J. W.Argylc,A. Bestwick, S. S. Sibley,T.Uahxrsee.J. agement of this flotel.hAMILTON WJDSON.
OJfic* at Col. Fi.bw" Hotel. 1 No. 1 Leaf sale ty naCHE! & LtNDENBEBGSRxN : L. & H. GREENBERG & CO. L. Sroallwood, R. L. Ednondt.30 Quucy. 18

N. "A February 1 1S4A 3OA.hhOC.. < ? ID Octolxf 00. 1947. U February 12, J843. January 9,1849.

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