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: June 24, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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M..AN ACT toconiloue alter and amend tbe a
of the eity 0 Washington. is a ruffian of the first szamp ; Woody andtreacherous f'f'i.

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IlSrnorats' tfce itbabitanta ad I.enty.of tbe city,of WashingrTirf ae -, SBBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, ,JUNE 24 1848., VOL XIX-NO. 49.day character fail f for; laough be will stab a maD 7 trio
to repeal the sets heretofore passed fo that t 4 his ha will also performmsc i
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the act of May twenty-sixth eighteenuSred'and ----- -- -
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tweaty-four, entitled .An a supplentarv (o the election of Mayor of the said city, then and the intere teen notwithstanding the sum -: iAL-SEU that maiataiaed their rn within he pick following ac. o daring ; '; : t1-
to An act to incorporate tbe ifbabitant the next election thereafter of rei.ter. collector and computed may Lave'been eted A comrttodinjthe r ro
passed the day take in the the his heirs or assigns but all grns Wbit be ws in the m :
:the city o( Wubinron. .arno. .bal place on 1m. day paid by purchaser ; General William O. Butler Kentuckiansstood CrWyIU. &
2 MiT,one hundred and twenty and following year and then on the same day in every such sales, and the deeds which may granted on o grn O, side the In. ( war.arty| a t 1lr! {
other purposes,. the act or acts supplementSor second year thereafter, u above provided ; and the the certificate then ie. shall be valid an binding Or KJ TCCXY. was approached on one by number, came stealing through ,
sddition to Ild acts, which were in force on commi.ionet of election shall make out duplicate ,a if no such error been made; ad i shallbe HIS FIRST CAMPAIGN diana,under the cover of an orhar and fence :; killing and carrying off country..-. 6 ;'
the fourteenth day of My. eighteen hundred and certificates of the result of the election for register lawful for the heirs or assigns of any purchaser or the British on the other being 1 pOled aragg.cr .
or which nay at the passing of this act, be in collector and sunryor, and shall return one to the purchasers of psfcperty sold for taxes, in the said Major General William O. Butler is now to command the between it and the The Crow warriors got Up their trait and
Io.ty space
lorce' be and the same are hereby continued in force Bad of Aldermen,, and the ether to the Board of city to receive, do, or perlorm any thing which, by. among the highest irr the military service of a A in the of the barn was pressed them so closely tha they could Do .
t"tho term of twenty years from tbe date hereof C unci. on the Monday, next ensuing the the said act of the fifteenth of May eighteen hun- his country ; and he has this grade pickets. party rear escape, at which The Backf"tt. throwing up :
shall law determine otherwise the of nlaine discovered advancing to take possession of it.
;, orBntil Congres by day of ; the persons having the greatest dred and twenty, incorporating from the ranks the lie- a semi-circular at the fool .'
alterations, additions, and number of shall the other act or acts a private All the fatal of the log
w.th; the explanations votes for these offices respectively ctoWahiDgton. or by any p.ition saw consequences secure ,
aa4m,0t5 following, that 1 tn say : be t register colecor. or surveyor, I the maybe execution of the same, it ing the only one he eY At the opening lodgment of the enemy at a place which would of a precipice, coolly awaited approach.The .
Sec-2. -** ** ** further,enacted That the saidcorporation t ; but in or more persons highest in vote may be lawful for such purchaser or purchasers to of the \rnr in 1812, he Lad just graduated within the pickets at logs and sticks piled four or five feet high, i

abal have full power and authority! to shall hate au equal number of votes for either of receive, do, or perform.SEC. in the Transylvania University, and was looking present every man coN. protecte them in front.The Crows might t r'.

, lay and coUet tax of not exceeding threefourth.ofone lid offices, then it shall be lawful for the Board of S. .'n be it further enacted. That the said to the law as a The surrender rifle shot to the aim oftbeir marksmen.: swept over the breast work and ellrr- ,
per centum per annum uj on the assessed value Aldermen and Board of Common Council to pro corporation .bal have power to cause to be made out profession. jor Madison inquired if there was no one who
minated their enemies .
J of all stocks which may b owned and possessed by ceed forthwith by ballot in joint meeting, to determine plats of all squares in the city of Wahinjlon.on of Detroit, and of the army \by Hull, aroused would volunteer to run the gauntlet of the fire ; bu though outnumbering f

any person whatever in an> banku.g. insurance, or the choice between such persons ; and the .Id which shal he shown the lines of Ilhi- the patriotism an(the valor of Kentucky ; and of the British and Indian and put a torch them tenfold they did not dram of .

other incorporated o unincorporate. company in register, collector, and surveyor shall respectivelyhold visions ol squares I the same shall. exist young Butler, yet in his minority was among lnes. storming the little fortification. Such a proceeding .
all such bank. at the date of (he of the plat of etch to the combustibles wit tht barn, to I.ethe
the city of Washington; compel their offices until respective successorsare completion the first to volunteer. He his Looks, would be altogether repugnant to their
iar,insnrance, er other incorporated or nnincorportted duly elected and qualified,unless sooner remove square, and to prescribe and regulate the manner in g'e up remnant of the little army from sacrifice. notions of warfare. Whooping and .
; company, when so required to do, within ten from office: full power and authority are which description shall be made of nil real estae and the enjoyments of the and polished Butler, without a moment's delay took some yelling,
'I I thereafter,a full and complete lit orlle names grate to an corporation of Washington to pass all sold or transferred in the said city : r"id. That society of Leiington, where be lived amonga blazing sticks from a fire at baud leaped the and jumping from side to lie like devils in.carnnte .
11 e stockholders in such company amount I'\I I may be necessary to define and regu- the said plats shall be made out and drawl upon a circle of fond and partial relations-the hope his thrust ; they showered and at rows
/rtock owned by each under a penalty not exceed- late the respective duties powers, and authority of' uniform scale of not less than one inch lo filly feet ; to gratify their ambition in shining at the bar, picketsand, running at utmost speed, upon the logs ; a Blackfoot was hurt, but
uj fifty dollars for each and every week such com- the said register collector and surveyor; and, also, and that the method of description of real estate the fire into the straw within the barn. One ,. several no ia of their and .
pry shall neglect or refuse or fail to furnish the to prescribe the amount of bond and security to b sold or transerre within the corporate limits which or in the political forum of tho State-to join who was an anxious spectator of the event we Crows spite leaping

nneAnd,in default of pay nent of the tax due on given to the said corporation by each before shall be pr"crib by the said corporation shall b Capt. Hart's company of infantry as a private narrate, says "that although volley upon vol. doing, were shot down. In this childish
!atok. br the banking insurance other compiny ing upon the d'ltie of their respective ofce; and such plats .hal a all limei show the soldier fired at him Butler after making manner the fight went on fo an hoar or two.
*r by the bolder or holders of the stock, the general! to pass all such laws I may necessary property I existing in thesquaies' and Before the march lo join the ley was some Now and then a Crow warrior in an :
iud corporation shall have full power and authority to insure an efficient and faithful discharge of the the office of the surveyor of the city of \\ ashington norbwcser steps on hi way back, turned to see if the (ire of valor and would forth ecstasy hiswarsong
t.sell tbs said stock, or so many shares thereof a! duties of their respective offices by tbe said register shal b the legal office of record of all the plats of army, be was elected a corporal. In this had and, not being satisfied, returnedto vain-glory scream .
biU b sufficient to pay the taxes due thereon, and coletor. and SUrH'Or and in case the said 0- property in the city of Washington.SEC. grade he marched to ihe relief of Fort Wayne : the han, and set it in a blaze. As the boasting himself tbe bravest and
collection, I provided in the case of per- fcrr of fail or refuse to comply 9. And be further enacted, the schooltax which was invested by hostile Indians. These' the greatest mankind, and grasping his batcher .
ca property. The said corporation shall also any law, resolution, or order of the said which may be levied andcollected in pursuance were driven before the conflagration grew, enemy was seen retreating woul rush up and strike it upon the breast I'
tna power to lay and collect a tax not exceeding' corporation or shall fail or refuse to obey any order of the powers in this act given, Illal constitute a'' Kentucky .olunteer from the rear of the building which and then he retreated to his ;
of centum theassessed discharge fund be added, to other ( now or here : to their towns on the Wabash, which were de. had entered end tbe a coropan.
three-fourths one per per annum on of the mayor of the said city, or shall fail to or any they at one a fame was
ions fall dead Under shower of
value ot all bonds and mortgages, of stocks the duties of their respectiveoffices with fidelity after to be constituted by any act of the corporation strojed, and the troops then returned to the ascending in the other. Soon after reaching a arrows. :.,

of all kinds and all public and private securities and a strict regard to the interests of the said for the establishment aud support ot common Miami of the lakes, where they made a winter the in amid the shouts of his These displays desperate courage was again .
iaJ on every de.-. of property within the said corporation, or sha.l prove unable or incompetent, schools, and for no other purpose under suet, : Here an ensign's commis pickets safety, and again repeated ; yet no combined attack .
which be owned held by the inhabi- from such duties regulations from time to time be establishedand encampment. friends, he was struck by a in his breast.
artor may or any cause whatever, to discharge a may ; the bal seemed to dreamed of. The Blafkfeet remained I.
sion in second United .
tu'ts thereof, except the wearing apparel and ne- or shall be guilty of any malt creation in office, or provided by the CO poration.SEC. I regiment o/ States Believing from the pain l that it had b in their entrenchment. At .
c3ary t.ol and implements in carrying on the shall convicted of any high crime or misdemeanor 10. And be ilfw.tl enacted That the cor infantry was tendered to the volunteer corpor. penetrated his chest, turning to Adjutant (now secure .
tide or occupation of any person; and to compe, it shall be lawful for the majority of the Boardof portion shall not power to increase the present -I al, which he declined, unless permitted to re. General) McCalla one of his Lexington comrades last Jim Deck with lost patienoc: a o:
persons to (furnish when required b the assessor,a Aldermen! and Board of Common Council by funded dtt of the said corporation, either by main with the northwestern which he .You arc all fools and old women," he said l
and lilt ) law taxable, icsolution, such and to order borrowing otherwise, unless it shall be I army and pressing his hand to the spot, he
fill cored orl property, by j >int to remove ofcer. money cr to The Crows ; .come with me, if of
had entered to share in the effort of the Ken. any you
held by them and with suitable fines and an election to fill the vacancy; in case of the refusal agreed to do so by two-thirds of the legal voters in sid, .I fear this shot is mortal ; but while I
penalties person refusing or omitting to (furnish / or failure of any person elected to either of the said city at an annual election ;and the said corporation -I tucky militia to wipe out the disgrace of Hull's am able lo move, I will do my duty." To the are brave" enough, Il show you bow t< :

inch lists The said corporation shall hate power I lald offices to accept of the same, or to give ouch shall annually apply .sum not less I than ten surrender by the recapture of Detroit. His anxious inquiries of this friend, who met him fight. -
and collect school-tax free while bond and be thousand dollars of itsretenues to the redemption He threw off his trapper's frock buckskin
1 Uy a upon every security a may required by laid corporation proposition was assented to, and he receivedan afterward he his -es' with
mile citizen of the age of twenty-one years and u-- within twenty das alter his election, or in the present debt of the corporation. the soon again, opened and stripped himself naked like tbe Indians
in 17th
of one dola per annum ; to provide for Ii- case of the death resignation, or removal from the Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That all taxes, ensign's appointment infantry, a smile, and showed him that the trail had themselves. He left his rifle the
censing.an., regulating livery stables and said city of any person elected to or holding either except taxes on real property imposed by virtue of then a part of the northwester army under spent itself on the thick wadding of his coat o ground '. .
wholesale and retail dealers, in a ratio according to of sid offices, it shall be lawful for the Board of the poweik granted by this act, or the acts to which I the command of Gen. Winchester. After en- and his breastbone. He suffered, how. and taking in his h3ndI. a small light hatchet,
theannualaTte1m'1flt of the capital] invested in Aldermen and Board of Common Council to declare this is amendatory or supplementary, in default nf during privation in a winter on le ran over the prarie to (be right, concealed
tM business of such wholesale and retail dealers ; to said office vacant and to order an election to fill the : payment thereof within the time. limited by act of every the encampment ever, for many weeks. I>r a hollow from the eyes of The Blackfeet
in wilderness and frozen marshes-of
I license, tax, and regulate agencies of all kinds of in- vacancy.,. And in all cased vhei shall become necemar t the incorporation for pa)ment, may be colecte by The little band within the pickets, whichWinchester Then climbing the rock*, be gained the (
tarancecompanies ; to tax private bankers brokers, ) to hold an election to fill vacancy' in either I distress and sale of the goods and chalela per- the lake country awaiting in vain the expected had surrendered, after being car. up fop
mi mouey lenders, not exceeding three-fourths of of said ofces. the same regulations shall be obcn-I soiul effects of the |>ernon or persons chargeable I support of additional forces, the Kentucky ried himself a prisoner into Proctor's camp >f tbe precipice behind them. Forty or fifty

I ooeper. centum per annurnontheasei.sed amount ofcapital ed as appointment of commisionel to hold therewith under such regulations and limitations as tluntterl led by Lewis, Allen, and Madison, denied his continued to hold young Crow warriers followed him. By the
employed in the business of said privatebuker said eleton. and to holding the elections and the I I the corporation may prescribe ; but no such sale with Wells'! ) U. S. advanced pwer. They cries and whoops that rose from below he) .
,broker, and money lender; to make all ne- ,.me. a are observed at the regular i I shall be made unle.-s. ten da\s' previous notice be ,: regiment, ((17th ,) the enemy until they were enabled to knew Tbe Blackfeet were just beneath him ;
ceswrj regulations respecting hackney carriages tlfction': Provided, That authority is hereby git en git en in some newspaper printed and published in to encounter tbe force of British and Indians capitulate on honorable terms which, nevertheless and forward be down the rock
and the rates of fare of Ihe same, and the rate ol to! the Major of the said city to appoint temporarily, the city of XVashington II \lich defended Detroit On leading Kentucky Proctor shamefully violated, by leaving running leaped
Dialing by catmen,wagoner, carmen and dr\men. under such regulations us the said corporation may II SEC. 12.And be it futhe radrd, That the Com the volunteers: bad pledged! thermehes the sick and wounded who were unable to into the midst of them. As be fell be caught
ud tie rates of commission of auctioneers ; to regulate prescribe,some discreet person to discharge the duo missioner of 1'ublic Buildingor other officer hating to drive the British from soil.Tbetc one by the long loose hair, and dragging him
and graduate the license ol Don-resident merchants I ties of inch vacant officer until an election can be charge aud authority over the lands and proper' ol/ in.adcrl our walk, to the tomahawk of bis allies. Butler, down tomahawked him in tbe act, then
and traders and the taxes on the same; to ud! and a successor dul) elected and qualified to the United Stales It ing within the city of Washington men ana their leaders wet held in such who was among the few of tbe wounded who belt bi he grasp.
the waiaff struck
regulate! and establish fish wharves and dok; to enter upon his duties./ shall, from time to time cause to be opened aldimproHd estimation at home, that the expectation formed escaped the massacre, was marched through ng another by at ,

restrain and prohibit gaming-houses ba\by. SEC 5 i And be further enacted That ever}' free sich avenues and streets, or parts I or por of them far exceeded their promises ; and Canada to Fort Niagara-suffering under his him also a stunning blow, and gaining his feet
houses; to punish those who may sell intoxicating white male citizen of the U. States who shaH hue tons thereof as the President of the United States, these volunteers! disa in shouted the Crow war-cry. He swung his
pointed with
liqaors without having obtained license therefor. by attained the age twenty-one years. and shall hate upon the application of the corporation of the said every wound and every privation-oppressed latchet so fiercely around him, that the asion
noes not less than five dollars ; and in default of the resided in the city of Washington one year immediate City shall deem necessary for the public cons ciii- succor which they bad reason to anticpatc- griet hunger fatigue, and the inclement cold shed Blackfeet bore back and him
pirment thereof, by imprisoment and labor in the ]} "preceding the day of election, and lhal be a ence, and direct to be done ; and Ill shall detrat the wanting in provisions, clothes, cannon, in everything desolate region. Even here be forgi gave room
wrk-bDul for a term not exeeding tibet da>s ; loI resident of tbe ward in which be shall ofer vote expenses thereof out of any money arising or whicn --resolved, rather than lose reputation, and his mind wandered back to the le might, had he chosen, have leaped otetthe
I provide for the punishing bj fines and penalties, and shall have been returned on the book of the shall hate arisen from the sale of lots in the city of to on to the' enterprize and endeavor to him.elr the breastwork and escaped ; but this was not
ud by confement to labor in the work-house, any corporation during the year ending thirt-first Washington belonging or which way have btlon-ge press scene which he surveyed on necessary, for with devilish yell the Crow
person persons who shall molest or disturb: day ot December next preceding the day of election to the United States and from no other ( draw on after them, by entering into action, bloody! shores of the river Raisin. He gave warriors came dropping in quick succession1

uj church or other place of worship while the congregation as subject to a school tax for that lear, (except perSons it shall be the duty of the said Commissioner or the troops behind. I is not proper here to up the heroic part, and became I school-boy
their enemies. The
the rock
are engaged in any religious exercises or non compos menlts, vagrants, pauper, r>r persons other United Slates officer a aforesaid,upon the application enter into explanations of the causes of the and commemorated his sorrows for his over among : 4'
pin to provide for the weighing of all who shall Lee been convicte of ant infamous ot tie Maor, to repair aud keep in repairthe disaster the liver Raisin the again, main body of the Crows, too, answered the?
:! o !stock brought icto the city,; to cause to crime) and who shall paid school tax, ard pavements water gutters water-n a I, and flag consequencesof lost friends in verse, like some passionate, cry from the front, and rushed op simulaneously <
.pUt down un aie. dilapidated, or dangerous all taxes on personal property due from him, fclialle footwatshichhatebeen made or shall Lc made this movement nor to give the particulars leart-brokcn love. These elegiac strains Ths convulsive struggle within thereastwork
; to take up and relay foot pavements and > entitled to vote for Mayor members of the Board opposite or along tbe public squares resertaUou or of the battle. T incident which signalized were never intended for any but the eye of *
l' jwetf wrriaje waya, and to keep them in re- Aldermen and Board of Common CMlril. end assessors other property belonging to the United States; the character the subject of the memoir mutual r whose sympathies like hisown > was frightful ; for an instant 3she
.. :. J araudto! lay and collect taxes (or paving the ex- ,and for every officer authorized to be elected alo. on like application to repair and keep in repair end their niackfuel fo ight and jelled like pent-up
. .{ p thereof, on the property fronting on such foot at any election under this act, or the act or Jet to streets and :avenues or I.arls thereof as may alone are proper here. tears with plaints over tigers ; but the butchery was soon complete, :
,'* and carriage ways ; to lay and collect taxes which this is auiend.tor or supplementary! : Pro- have been. or shall hereafter be opened and impro.e There were two battles at the river Raisinone the dead. We give some of these lines of his and the mangled bodies lay piled together

lot the support of public schools ; to cause new alien tided, That ,it during the year ei>d.ng on the thirtv- by the United States ; I he expenses of all such on the 18th, the other on the 22d of boyhood, to show that the heroic youth had a under the precipice. Not a Blackfoot made .
.to b opened into tbe squares, and to open frt day December next preceding the dayof the repairs to be paid out ol Ihe funds before mentontd. In the first the whole of In. bosom not less kind than brave.
I change, close already laid out, upon the applica- election after the passage of this act, n(Arsons SEC. 13. And be it further enacted January. body his escape.-.-Knickerbocker.
IM otbeowner of more than one-halfothe property hall have been returned on the books of the said Commissioner of Public Buildings be, and he is dian warriors, drawn together from all the TiE FIELD OF TiE RAISIN.

squares, subject to toe second provisoottee corporation I subject to a school-tax, then all perSons hereby required to perform the duties required of the lake tiibes, for the defence of Upper Canada The battle's o'er the din is past. From Vie PitUbiurg Pott. .
eighth section of the act of May the fifteenth, who shall hate been returne on the books ..fthe city Commissioner by (be fourteenth section of the against the approaching Kentuckians, were Night' mantle on the field is cast ; GENERAL CASS AMONG THE MEXICANS ,
; eighteen and twenty', incorporating the inlabitants said school tax before act of the twent-sixth ol May eighteen hundrfdand
hundre corporation a subject the of The Indian yell is heard no more ?
encountered. In to attack this
city of Washington. And the said the day ol the said fist election, arid who shall in t en-lour, bu.plnnentar\| to the act .f( the moving And silence broods o'er Erie's shore. lie nomination of this distinguished states
corporation shall have full power and authority to alt other respects be qualified under this act to vote fifteenth ol/ May, eighteen hundred and twenty, incorporating formidable force of the fiercest, and bravest, At I his lone hour I gn to tread man (for the pretidsncy has carried conMerna. .

bake a lelaylw. for the protection of public and who shall have paid the said Ihol tax, and all the inhabitants of the city of Washington. and most expert warriors on the continent, a The field where valor vainly bled- ion into the ranks of tbe whole Mexican party

tad property preservation of order the taut due on personal property!, shall be entitled to And it shall be the dutt of the Commissionerof strong of them were descried from the To raise the wounded warrior' crest. in the United Slates ; for we find that those
safety of persons, and the observance of decency in vote at the Mid first election alter tIle package ol PnMic Buildings witlun ninety das after the party Butler Or warm with tears his icy breast;
the seet. avenue,aleys.public apace, and other his act And if any person shall buy or sell a vote, sale ol any lots or squares belonging to the United line \.ith which Ensign ad'anctd, running To treasure up his last command tapers (the editors of which have been the ,
Plt>: said for the punishment of or shall tote more than orce at any coronation State u.the city of Washington, to report the fact forward to reach a fence a a cover from And bear it to his native land. 4 apologists of Mexico," in the war with thai ; ,

alt persons t totaling the same,a well I for the pun- election, held 'pursuance of law, or shall give or to thecMroralion of Wa 8 lent of perOD" guilty of public profanity and receive any consideration therefor! in monpy,5OOS, sale the number of Ihe lot aid square, the name of and was permitted, to anti- a fond mother's bleeding heart ; since the nomination was made. This i Ic .
ffostitution.i or other thing of value or promise any Ihe purchaser puichasor ; and the said Iota or proposld Or for moment it ,
any c of the a may dry '
most federal sheet -i"
borne manifested in thai
.3. And be further enacted That at the first valuable consideration, or vote in consideration of sluaresshahl be liable. to taxation. by the raid. corporation cipate Calng upon The tear-drop in the widow's eje. nearly every
i paeral election, held after the passage of Ibis art, awd such promise,he shall be disqualified forever thereafter from the date. ol/ such sale l And no open alert and active men the company, be ran Vain hope away The widow ne'er reaches us ; for while in the war of 161:? .

|. of Assessors, to consist of one member from from voting, and holding any office und r I the spare, public reservation, or other public ground in directly to meet the Indians at the fefc;. He Her warrior's dying wish shall hear. Jen. Cass displayed a degree of courage and

tub ward, shall be elected by the qualified voters lid corporation; and, on complaint thereof to the the said cit. ib.1 be occupied by any private person I and his comrades Outstipped the enemy ; and, The passing zephyr bears no sigh daring that would have done honor to an older .
therein, to serve for two years ; and the returns oft Attorney of the States for the District of Co- or fur any private purpose whatever. No wounded the -
Unile I of the fence the ad. warrior eye
had his
and which
S kept meet fficer
possession comrrrandiog
I ,
ection for assessor shall be made in the same man- umbia, it shall duty o(said Attorney to proceed SEC 14 And be it itfurthrr enacted That the jus getting Death is his by wave gen
a and forms I the returns of the election for against such offender or offenders by indictment tie of the.peace, whether they be members of the \ntage of the position for their ad.ancng Of Raisin's snow sleep we heap his grave! ral! possessed, would have reflected horror on t ta

aembers of the Bad of Aldermen and Board of and trial, a, in other criminal cases ; ant, i if uad cf Aldermen or Board ol Common Counclor friends. This incident, of however How many lie murdered here- man now disgraced ; while he: has been

Common Council; an- the person having the great.eatnumberofiegal fond guilty, it sh"l be the duty of the court to not, who may be selected from lime to time by portance a to results is worth remembrancein The bop the lather's pride known to the country and to the world as an
votes in each, ward for ssie !or, sentence. him to pay a fine of not less than ten said corporation to enforce the police regulationsarid the trails of a solJier'n char. The country's boast the foemart's feat. industrious and valuable public servant while .
shall b duly elected assessor; bat in case two or dolar. and be imprilone not more than two months peaal laws of the said city, as also to issue warrants giving young In wilder'd havoc, aide by side ; '
,. note persons, highest in vote, ball have an equal 1C1 than and to hear and d'teimme cae within the acter. It is said that the hardiest veteran, at Lend me, thou silent queen of night le has distinguished himself in every station I)
.' timber of votes, the commissioner of election foi SEC. 6.And beitfurthrr enactfJ, That in case of jurisdiction of justices of tRe peace in which the the opening of the fire in 'battle, feels, for the Lend me awhile thy waning to which he has been called ; while bis poi!

the ward in which such equality shall exift sbal ,the refusal of any person to accept the office of Major, Board ol Aldeimen and Boaid vI Common moment,somewhat appalled ; and G.n. Wolfe, That I may see each well tsht.fon. ical character is not only unimpeached, bat 4
decide the choice by lot. No person who M Mater upon his etecton! thereto, or ol Ins death, Council ol the said city shall be paintif'.hhal! have one of the bravest of men, declared that the That sunk beneath the morning storm. unimpeachable while his sterling abilities'
eligible to a seat in the Board of Aldermen or Board r : inabihtt, or removal from the city the power lo issue all such warrants, warrants ;
f Common Counci. shall be eligible to election as inalion.Aldfrmen and Board of Common Council or process deeme necessaiy and oljer proper incases .horrid yell of the Indian strike the boldest These lines are introductory to what maybe and worth are appreciated by every intelligent .

!. fcsesxir. the first Monday of May next shall assemble in j joint meetingand elect another in I violation police regulations and penal heart with affright." The Btrippling student, considered a succession of epitaphs on the and educated man both in Europe and Ameri ;

ncceedlng the first election of a se .ors under this his place, to!rrve for the remainder of the term or laws of the corporation, aDd to bear and determineall who, for the first lime, beheld a field of battle personal friends whose bodies he l found upon ca ; while there is nothing ia his whole life
at.tbe said baird or a majority of the member during such disutility ; but in case of I such cases,and, under the orders of the corpoiation .
I temporary b on the snows of tbe river Raisin, presenting he field. It would extend the extract too faro to merit the censures of bis countrymen--these '
thereof,shall m in the City Hall, and in the pretence hence Irom the city or sickness, the Mayor may to issue execution or other final l process!thereon -
of the Mayor e and Register, ihal draw blot I I in writing. depute the President of the Board ol Aldermen ; and the said justices shall also have power lo in bold relief long files of those terrible ene insert them. We can only add the close of federal apologists uf Mexico, or of any other '

the f&f of three members 'the lumber I to act a MaJor curing such temporary. absence compel theattendanceof witnesses by atahment.and mils, whose massacres had filled his native he poem, where he takes leave of a group of power that may seek to wrong their country

. of"rds be .e'e. or if the number of ward. exceed or sickness to punish them by fine not exceeding tea dol- State with tales of horror, must have felt some his young comrades, in Hart's company, who are striving in every way to make it appear

1e the names of one-bal. a near I may be. of SEC. 7. And be further enacted, That so much lars, or by imprisonment not exceeding ten days, for stirring sensations. But the crack of the In. had fallen together : bat Gen. Cass is entitled to no consideration a .

tlameshall members be of thus said drawn boad;, shall the thereupon members cease\hoe to of the tentb of section the city ol of the Washington act incorporating approved the May inhabitants I refusing Stc. 15.obedience And be it to full a summons r enartt.That hereafter dian rifle, and his savage yell, awoke in him And here I see that youthful band as a military man ; that be has been inconistent '

U members of said board ; and at the next general the fifteenth, eighteen hundred and twenty, is the justcel of the peace county of Washington the chivalric instincts of his nature ; and the That loved to move at Hart's command in his political course ; that he has

election a member shall be eecl- serve for two in the following words, viz : "That real property a Distric of Columbia shall be appointed promptitude with which be communicated his I saw them for tbe battle dressed.And even been so nearly a disgrace to his country
>**f., u each of the wards the membersdraw0 whether improved or unimprove. in the city of for years; and upon| indictment and enthusiasm to I few comrades around aud still where danger thickest pressed, at one period as to bare been of their own :
1 shall' have been elected ; and at every reg"tUannualelectioc conviction of any justice of the peace, before' any I their crimson plumage '
Washington, on which t.o or }cr' taxes of of rushed forward to meet danger in its most ap. marke 'ue. arty ; that he is a man of very limited abil- ,
thfrraltr. in such wards a the shall have remained due and which court competent jurisdiction, mc mpelenry, many fill this prate !
unpaid or on
titie of the habitual drunkenness in office form, risking himself to save others bloody ties in short there is lie which tie .
assessor about to expire, an assessor special tax, by virtue of authority of corruption rr of any palling Their pillow and tbtir sheet ;- no
shall 1 t be elected to serve for two )eat.. No person the any provisions of imposed this act, shall hate remained unpaid other wilful misconduct in the diacliarge of his duties and to secure a triumph which be could The virgin snow-a shroud must meet Prince Darkness, might or may utter, which

b1'toy other office under tbe corporation shall fur two or more years after the same shal become justice of the peace, commission hall be scarcely hope to share, gavo earnest of the But wherefore do I linger here ? the federal party of tbs country-tbe friends

f teloor hold the office of assessor. In the due, or ko much thereof, not less lot, mid, and lie shall cease to exercise the office aid military talent, the self-sacrificing courage Why drop this unaVaihrg tear? of Great Britain in 1812, and the apologist* .
t refusal of of the and for all criminal
death resignation inability. or peace; Where'er I turn, some (
winch power )joothful
the has
when the
( on tax accrueJ i ar.Lik '
to.e.o any person elected an awesaor. the va- not less than properly that quantity.) bt lo process or business issued or trill by or before any and the soldierly "jmpathies which have drawn flowret broken by I he storm of Mexico in 1847-will not be found ready

be filled immediately by the Hoard i.f pay any Much taxes, with all 8 may the legal necessary costs and justiceofthe peace in tl.ecity (county of Wah- lo him the nation's esteem. The close of the to me in sad array, and willing to circulate again h'ro. .

,. Alel and Board of Common Council in joint charge arising thereon, may be sold at public ale ington in the District tl.f C.luDhia. the said Justiceand battle' of tbe 18th gave another instance in And bid me jet a moment at!,
which manner all vacancies in the bard to satisfy corporation therefor," lIe.and the same constable who shall execute Ihe process shall which these letter traits of Gen. Butler's char. Till could fondly lay me down. ANCIENT MAXIMS a
*!ssors shall b* filled : PrD respectively I.e entitled lo charge and receive the And sleep with him on the cr Id ground. .
iN Tht i. hereby amended, no to read as 'lolluws, viz
J J**ors authorized to be thil act, shall That real whether a improted or unimproved same fees I arc autl.orzt to be charged and received acter were still more strikingly illustrated. For thee, thou dead and solemn plain It is difficult to persuade mtnkind that the
heken duly elete and quali6e to enter upon in the city of on \hicb one or in the case process issued and served by The Indians, dri\'ea from the defences around I ne'er shall look rn thee again: love of virtue is the love of themselves. .
their duties, power authority are hereby Wullnltun. them respectively in cases of fcmall : iiid the tbe river Raisin retired And with her showers
(11 more }ear taxes abl h.ve ome due and remain debt the town on fighting spring effacing Some, by admiring otbr*men's virtues, become I
t'eito the corporation said costs shall be certified by the lo the
provide for the tcm"wy justice
Shall come, summer's mantling flowers
tax imposed by the thick woods beyond it. The contestof ; ,
unpaid or on any special into their vices.
enemies to own \
> appointment of assessors to perform the du- District Attorney, for his revision and approvalaudwhen And each winter throw
[I.required of the assessors to be elected under this shall vutue have of authority become due of the and!provisions remain! unpaid of this or act eo, approved shall be paid b,the Marshal of the kharp-shooting fro :i tree to tree &here On thy rfd succeeding breast new robes of snow ; The remembrance of a well spent life is

The board of aasewors shall assess >a'.ue.: District if Columbia.Sic. continued-the Kentuckians Yet I will thee in heart
forwar.ad wear weet.
an much thereof, not less than a lot, (when the preuinl my
** of all and species I 6. And be further enacted That in addition -
return .
\ every property I on which the tax has accrued is not less than the Indians relocating- All dark and gory as thou art. What you would not have dune to yotr
at such limes, and under such ( to Ihe neven now ; to be
mtrbeal aulhori1.d appointed -
a"tuble. regu- Kentuikians
T"1! u said shall prescribe, and that quantity.,) as mat be necessary to pay any suli lo the levy court of the county of Wa tin in. when the were recalled to the In the next, wei continue this Interest elves, never do to others.

f I J .UmJce return of orporalons persons .b ft to a tchOI] taxes thereon, with, all be interests void costs, and sale charges, lo arising, [ ton, from and after May, eighteen hundred and forty encampment in the ,pillage. The Indians ad- ing sketch, a noice of his campaign in Diversity of religion is the ground of perecotion -
4* otrut city, under such relubtlon. I corporation may theiefor." And public to much of satisfy the third eight, thr President of the United Stall is hereby vaiiced as their oppstrilbdrew, and kepi the South, under the immortal JACKSOX. in show } but k is ambition, in effect
Prationabjl rNcrib lid assessors, authorized and required annually to appoint four additional the fire until from Tbe end of desolate life b,
ab proviso i>f the tenth section( of the said act incorporating up a commonly, a
"tite.and of them, or wilfully neglect lo the inhabitants of tbe city ol Washington, rmbu from the city consist of Washington and the woods into the open ground. Just as the A soul conversant with virtue resembles a desperate death.
value and make return uf all and every the said court thereafter eleven members. -
rci iesof property by law taxable, which may approe May the ffrnth.ighteen hundred and ihal column to which Ensign Butler belonged fountain ; for it is dear, and gentle, and ,tweet Virtue mak. lh men on the earth famous,

_.fo them, or either ofbem. or come to b sale twenty shall, I is in the olowinj word., viz: That no SEC. 17. And be further enacted That the esrporalion reached tbe verge of the dark forest, the voice and communicative, and rich, and harmless, hi their graves illuatrioat, in the fceaventjimortal.
made Ibis of
t **?*l dye o IhaJ reu. 'iluUJ neglect to b property pursuance whereon ci theie i Icion.. of the said city of Washington shall have of a wounded man"! who had been left some and innocent. .

I 'ktteturn they. the of any pert subject school-tax, any property improved of sufficient value to pay the said personal taxes,. ful power and authority tops to all into laws lull which and comj.lete may- distance behind, was heard calling ou most Satan is a subtle angler, and great He that works wickedness by another, is

I l 11 o exoeed-'ng one 1 one offending shall dollars be subject for each to of-a be, and the same is hereby rrp.lf. And the authority bt needful and necessary powers granted carry to the said corporation piteously for help. [Butler induced three of his cunning in the casting of his net, and search jiiiliy of tbe fact committed himself.

t'r *. a the dilfelio budre circnit court of the of said given act to to the the sale of eleventh section (efe.he any of its officers or servants, by this act, company to go back in the woods with him ing out the vein of water"here every one is Wise men are instructed by reason ; men :

t toTirf Columbia for the county of Washington, to a 'future day .'postpone for want of bidders,"any shall property so or by the acts or acts to which this act is amendatory to bring him oft He was found and they delghte. of less understanding by experience, the most

f iI tM5rthecorporatjon 71 thereafter be incapable of holding ny of. construed as to authorize the postponement (or b any or supplementary.with the And all of acts this or act parts be, and of acts the fought ibeir way back-one of the men Jeremiah be modest, in youth temperate, ignorant by necessity ; and beasts by nature .
and the AWer- in conflict
I atid Common; Boardof other reasonable cause, if, in the opinion of 'he provisions Walker, receiving a shot, of which h. in manhood ju.l in old age prudent We should never remember the benefit

lu 0.Bad fo'e o assessor Council may efface by for joint Mayor,the collector or other officerduly authorized same are hereby rl'eale.ROO. C.WINTHROP. subsequently died. He that helps the wicked, hurts I he" we have conferred, nor forget the favors re* '
any for any there shall other reasonable cause for such Io. .
-1- oce."tc.tC postponement b; but public notice shall in .tl ease Speaker of( of Representatives. In the second sanguinary battle of the river What we bat in u of the image ceived. -

such and the sale madeat (; M PALLAS. the 22d with the Brit- ii the love of truth and / A smooth sea never makes a skillful mari
J1" 6 i/ rte> entitled. Tat the regis- be given of postponement Vice President of Ihe United State and Raisin, on {January, jJ/ie.
Il ." ff the & City shall such postponed tim thai] be equally valid I if] President of the Senate. fib and Indians, another act of selfdevotionwas One ought to nea received, ner. Neither uninterrupted prosperity and
helsetedon the Monday io Jane .the day first designated ro such sale; and no and those have done.A for usefulness
6r mae Approved May 17, performed by Butler. After the rout and forget we success qualify man or happi
thr.jter. tl hI.die every second! year .Ie any real property lo taxes hereafter mad 164.JAME POLK. I. tbe life of his likt the
at tt. .I and piEs. in the shall reason of any error X massacre of the right wine, belonging to.Wela' righteous man fgardetb ness. The storms of adrersily, storms

lr ttIa1r? 's.d and b-ae, pn. qsliled t* vote same lo el b impair, o o m..oi,1 the corporation, la doing whit we ought we decerre no cmmad, he whole force of the Brit. beast, but the tender mercies of the wickedare of tbe ocea-t, rouse the faeubie" aad excite the

Iehr hoard of Aldermen in making a calculation; or computation of the a- praia because it it our duty. I' i. Indians waa. concentrated against tbe cruel.A invention, prudence, ikill and fortitude of the

.4 I CuocjJ' -Prw47,'That. if mount of taxes) d Hod i ruin the hire rirtue.
II lane nut ,bal befhf regular advertisement and sale, or cf thr fotrfcaie 0e>n"y f



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', ; +- NO. II.Tu supposing;: ; he was a friend of the Proviso, for ocratic candida'e for President.was tbo candidates Abolition Petition.Wi 'aC.J.C. '- '
the attention of the reader to ?4ational
Sentinel Sentinel asks
'fll": 1\1 y" {' the 7/OJi. E. C. CABKU..: : the sake ofargumermt-atid you alluded lo the of the democracy for representative In were atoni.be to le in the in last to ex-a the action of lit Whig Convention on the Wilmot Warm Te determination to r.1f upreiO i ill, k.
fact with affected should that damn Muskingum -! will vole against denial of the constitutional right Congress rapr-ort Cee
of hy
an eneer
: ; SIR 1 In last I disposed your complaints T.Yla.
1\,1 : ; my ; dod abolition We be- Proviso. What does the editor mean by this ? I peaking from I common .
1 .. .... on the Mr. Polk, who sent him to China, and yet YOG him. petitions. say atoni.hf. r.an the
I to
hrpe your .f.c..ol. intended ? not doe he the If
; } it gentlemen i.i
: difference of opinicin as a sarcasm "i.b i 1
had therd no I
almonil of be held blameless for lo the Speak Like as was the case in 1828, when the at- cans we thODh was jug
of ill Ire bya portion your con. ee'ating cnSD that
i14'5 : toe To yield itnowli.lo reader to infer that the action of the Convention wa he will administer
f. ;
tjttwn? It is a bad rule that wont work er's Chair in Congress one die most ultra tempt was made by whiggery, then under a in the South on this subject. government nearerplatform up I
& & ,
.r I hostile ? This would be the
: r: 1 but! and while iu it is but right of these men ? Trul1r! reasoning leadilo new name, to prove Gen. Jackson a federalist | give up the whole question or slavery in WU.orIC rtabliahe by W AaBI.oTX,tb
1fl i ,
] t ways mora I realize ; the result been but of the Territories for that the petitioners submitto of humbuggery. But what i is said elsewhere on this done wit the last h1
1 '. that should do as \vi be dune by, the greatest absurdities. can hardly Ia the eliciting \\i twenty year CZC4
from the New York or "
? We the
I' tbe fact that mind and accus- : additional lo fasten the a bare reception their petitions, no man in his subject quote Express few frt we of HAanisoVs ,
one 1
I j :r it might} under present circumstances, be par. a sane proof charge upon ( the 13th instant tion." { ail
dune tomrd to reasoning, could, under themselves. senses will believe. We will not, however, impute : does this mean ? W. have
dotted if hate by any pressure
1 r- we o we par.
t a ..circumstances be thus driven : impure motives to our neighbor iu the position he .Because the S.IJber Stte hare demanded and of any thing of constqwnce which le"
Ji" when Lave and c"nstnllo _. wu
Pt we a political ,
insisted candidate
; licularly Ill - a il qua non, a
upon having
!: \.:. moral right} t.j d') *o. Iti addressing, from al,s irdily !to absurdity.' I is humbling, his liken-but that be is wrone. totally- wrong, we far the- PrMi.1<> \nlrffpfil-.- to- the- extension- of 14. IlA..io.f lived a President, but the n- ->.M-!.._..i.
et I,., : as a has a right to do, on qucs-' Sir, to the State pride of your constituency, as THE FLORIDM.] believe there can be no question. The petple hare very, the Barnburners have naturally I and proptiy scriplion of democrats which then prnaie P'
"ConsliumJ the of lhosi' who ask to violate a Constitution enough from their Southern colleague members of hij cabinet boasted of S
well as mortifying to l feelings no Congress I upon
tios : relations, it is norifchtto lepaale Ih'IQm r.
: to -
i. pertaining our public _' -_ -= - ,
: I this of slavery,-bvt ai whose
: claim lo bo friend And here which each member has sworn to support Con- question uu heads they had cut and
< not my to extort fron: you a public your personal 'LET V ALOJVE. Southern colleagei have demanded no such pledges of. npre '
purse I am admonished of a fact to which I recur __ ___ it is true, has no right to prescribe for what that they wore not permitted longer "
'). ': A tho error of your position, or wi --- -. 0 -- ---- -- ----- ---- -- gt. from our candidate, and rather, on the contrary, to rt_ i.
i ; ;: i'f the injustice' cf the character of your coin- and seek to deprecate. I quote f om your Saturday, June 24, 1848.JJCMOCIt.tTIC people shall or shall not petition. But the Con- have ut a man pledged not to edo tie attt of office, that they might have decapitated I

4. but of the fact, letter for Ihe last time. Your columns, I .---. -. ------- -- ititulitn prescribes in its general features, what : gtt ETEJC ir IT DC ANOTHER ORDINANCE larger number. I"a a period of the f11
plaints, limply to satisfy you --- very
; p know to political fiicnds, and which is but the instrument to out LIKE THAT WHICH PERTITTTATEn FREEDOM I* THE party intolerance. The that "Gi
and thus rtcoiicIeouto lot. This be. are open your N 0311 NATIONS. Congress, carry most was done
TERRITORY,) no such separationis n t.
1 : I ;. iug done, I thai! feel that I hate rendered you i I ISte in many o ihe articles written against its provisions, shall have power to grantand what necessary for us,and surely no coalition with Barn- thrust democrats from office, without any

.I ." '.. service, and entitled myself to your thanks.I me, evidence malignity and personal bate ran .nrllnE T OF TiE UNITED STATES : Congress has no power to grant the people have no burners,with whom if we were to coalesce. the result except that they were democrats,and to place rn." ;

"' : :. I will now proceed to notice some of thesucceeding which can have no resting pi ice in your GEN. LEWIS CABS, right to ask. They are restricted to what Congress would he the election of General Cas,, with the in their places (or no other reason than that ilT'iCt

., I.' <.. complaints} which you make I and heart." Thus you write 10 the Editors of the I or MICHIGAN. has t the) constitutional,: power to grant. They cannot principle by the oftheexlenrion of all the ofsiarery maladministration,arid the approval of Mr. were why This is lie specimen( of an adm

*-'.It. which arc composed as much of censure and Floridian and News. Sir, I hope I nny hate i FOR VICE rREMPFNT': be prevented from atking, it is Hue, that Congress Polk." .The people slavery issue has never been permitted tration which TAYLOR is expected to imitate. At

i .1 iil; tempered rebuke a* of any thing else. escaped the scathing rebuke thus administer. for instance,should abolish the marriage reU'ion! in to divide our Whig party, and shall we flaw begin to its being upon the platform established d by tviNCTO.t ,
MS :' ., You remark that : "The men who have, mosttiolenlly ed. It has not been ray intention to offenJ. Florid, and declare us all 1 illeit imate.but Congress the division ? The attempt on the part of the nothing can b farther from (be tzvth.,_
Such intention I disclaim. I have the honor OF KENTUCKY. Southern Democracy, to make such a division by demanding
receive their There such
denounced have general liJLlr/ ha aclear light to refuse to petitions. was no party rafCriti.m in bis
r of the acts.
: Northern Democracy,that the President
t'\ : ". permanent interest in the country-that they of a very slight personal acquaintance with FOR' GOVERNOR or FLORIDA : So of he establishment of a religion and so of the should be a pledge Anti-Wilmot Proviso manus controversy can exist on this point. But it letas r.

(, ;s ; : own but few slaves, and are mostly natives of I you, and f*r you I entertain every personal GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.FOR institution of slavery. I is guaranteed in the Con- rent that Iral parly twain in ou great State. that it is in this prlicula that TAYLOR is to set 11

,; the free Sutes-that they arc i in many in- respect compatible with our public relations, CO.NGRFSS : stitulon, and is in no shape or form umler the control Whenever Southern It7>ig$ make such on attempt HARRISON, for while the latter lived little ejj,

S '. stances! mere or trades and the indignities which I can 'but feel you of Congress and the people have no right to ask upo us, of course, our party will le thus rent in done. This is the man. then, who not .a
4 c lr.nlreT political WILLIAM P. DUVAL. twain, but let us not ourselves be the to imitate 01,11
A .' '.' e, men, recently from the north, or snnfo'eigncviuitry. ba"t I hope unintentionally, cast upon my ---- for iU interference. As well might the people of : the bad example by proposing such a frt f ." principles, but will, if elected turn out a'|BOH D

t. ,. '." Thcsi purely I disiiterestrJ intelligence, in common with the residue of I FOR PRKMPLM'IAl. I.LICTORS : Vermont ask the government to take from us cur This.is the whole of the matter. This i is who are opposed to the party which hu t |
politicians and peculiar friends ofthe South, lour constituents. I have sought in these let. horses mules of lives. Right St'cre : him. this the 'least t lorlt
0 GKOIIGK R. FAIRBANKS.. Of St. Johns. or or to deprive us our the very teason why. the resolution affirmine the I : which tie W.;
: '.. 'laing no slaves! of their own to care for,"&c. ters, lo deal in facts-to avoid periphrastic"tprmstd Cl I A R IES II. PUPONT, Of Gadsdcn. in one political sense. i implies sovereign control or Proviso- a part of Whig principles" was droppedlike country are invited ? Is it that Ihe world on I

I Now, Sir, ,1 felt! mortified when I read the lo convict you oferrur and inconsistency JOHN MILTON, Of JacLson Cvunty.nc'poiise power, and it i ii: in this sense that we speak of if, a hot potatue. the Wilmot Proviso men in gltift with the Fght of innumerable public eie b,

S ': aliuve paragraph iu Jour letter-not because j by your own admissions. I I hare .-.- ------ ----, ----- and w'e dj deny, most unqualifiedly, the right of thepeo'lc that Convention, and I their name was legion, had cutions that i is desirable to have militarj' cW.

f i.... of my own position, for 1 had too much discretion offended, I pray you receive the aslrancl I from Jackson of the free States to ask Congress to abolish have the question to a direct vote,the Whig tain for President ? It would seem 1. Ttiaalu
,. that it has been unintentional. If I prese
to he born either in a free Stale or in ba\'c We have reciued the Democrat slavery. But the question is not to the right of recommendation by the leading whig
failed to accomplish what I designed, it has j Ifcetdinjsof a a party, a the Express wel and truly says, would 0 of(he
". .' tome foreign cvtinfiy, and happily saved been. attributable to a defect in mode of ic meeting held in County' on Saturday last l, he I people of the free States to petition, but 3 to have been rent in twain. I would have been bro- country. I is to be seen whether the people fair*
myself : such disgrace-but brciuse of my the right of Congress to refuse to receive their peti- return of the shameful zhibited
responsive to the} Daltimoro noniiiiations which we ken into ten thousand fragments. The whole Whij : scenes daring t tie
: rather than in the absence of facts.
: inany of the toters of FlotiJa, of both politi.I prsnifr tions. The Sentinel the have the month of March in IS II.
shall publish in our next. The mtltir was addressed says people party from the St. Johns to the Rio Grande, know
Sir that reflection
cal parties, who L3ej v-d< with: less prescience together right in respectful terms, to for There is another feature I his
4 occasional hints, may do !something towards by Cot MILTON Democratic Ejector for the petition Congress I Ito this-the Sentinel knows it-every body knows it. pf article which deserves -

,S. .' than this Cousitucnt"audforc.seeiig:itself none opening your e>es to I the awkwardness of your West Judge WOODWARDand Ctl'. The resolutions any thing they think proper to ask," and to refuse I is the veriest hypocrisy in the world to event hint notice. Coming_ from so high_ a onartw. __n,_. ..4.
the would attach
; tf disgrace which to present position, I remain respectfully, breathe the right spirit. We extract those in receive them would be .in direct conflict with that the Whig Convention rejected the Proviso. lad from those who are ,tpos to be best informed i ia
4r the accident of birth had the mitfoitunc to be
A CONSTITUENT.Fiom relation to the nominees : he constitution." Now this assuming the whole such been the case, there are not three Whig papersin political matters, and a to tbe character and pr jjcj.
born tho land of Mr.
;' I ,- eillerin \Vinthrop, or 4. That we hail, with unanimous acclamationthe question but we will refute him by quoting from the free States but would have condemned the pies of prominent men, i is strange that the orpn
; ( :. some foreign country. I apprehend, however the Ohio Statesman. nomination of LEW IS CASS, of Michigan SlaJt should base its
Columbus/ ( ) aj a candidate the notorious abolitionist by whose side Mr. proceedings and refused to support the nominations. support ofCen.Tayaoa upon"eom-
:.i : liiat: few wi have the hardihood hereafier to OK FEDERALISM( AOAINST lor the Presidency and WILLIAM 1 O. BUTLER FILL closely in 1S39 MO.M1 and mon report." knows but little
up FILLMORE would have about him
TIE ClARGf tRE too turned in I ,but
: ._ make injudicious elections of birth \. I IN OHIO. WITHDRAWN [ of Kentucky, a* a candidate hi the Vice Presidency away -
How unkind it was in to involve AND TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER ST-TE. of the United States' -the choice the Na. 1. llr. Slat admitted that Congress had the more prudent Whigs knew this and hence their rusts to rumors it hears flying Ihrough the country

: S in places.this; indiscriminate ruin you own political &c, h.c.'Fime tional Democratic Contention lately assembled at right (constitutional of course) to refuse to receive studied carefulness to keep the question out of the I t has no means of judging for itself a to his qniliicatioris -
your Baltimore.C. petitions for a certain cSuse-" that it might refuseto Convention. The for the Presidency, but relies
has been I cannot but be struck with upon the
friend-*-sven the Sentinel, your own organ, charge rung throughout the That we entertain the opinion of the .
highs receive such asked it to tiolate the Con,tituI judgment others. This
the fact that is
',' f '- was foolish! enough to select the land of wood- length and breadth of the land, that Gen. talents. abilities, and perfect competency of General a every Southern delegate was .silent on certainly a new course

rn nutmegs and white oak cheese, as the Cass, while a resident Muskingum county, CASS for this exalted station ; 'and that we also, I lion, or presented on their face that which was the subject, although they all knew that they had for intelligent men to pursue,and a little creditable
; cherish entire faith in his and highly obnoxious. He did not fully subscribe to the into Convention 10 them as if they were incapable
integrity gone with a forming opia-
? place! ofhis !. I hope he will have in this State, was a fedcralist and acted and fdelty. majority delegates a
nati\I lot voted with the others I patiiotism, confident that, a Chie Magistrate ot doctrine that a petitioner might demand the pre deadly hostile to them on this and other ion of their own. Are the people expected to act
f. she ha.ifoo lo attempt to become the friend I-dl'ral party. Among I this great Republic, he will "preservepiottct, awl every topic
-. who ferred the Zanesville I sentation :and reception of a petition ; for he thought connected with institution. Why is this? The rtei the same manner ? Are they to surrender their
of our peculiar institutions, though he may be pr charge! was defend Con/titutun.? and be found at all times
., a nifre adccnlurer and political tradesman. Courier. As that paper was printed in the toiling for welfare, and the true gloryof the representative had a Tigh to refuse to present, reader already knows the reason. The Express 'tells reason and judgment to .common report," and Ibe

And the iJea too of some of these not them orS county wore the acts which identified Gen. I his country. We accept with pride a- onr stan. and the House to recrice, such petitions a were absurd us. T Whig patty teould hare been rent in pinions of other ? When this comes to be adopted

.. foreign adtxnlvrcrs, having but few or no Cass with the t federal party were said to have dard-bearer friend of Jefferson,!the Spartan and of Madison soldier of Secretary the Wtst War the monstrous or abusive in their (harcrer." We twain, had the test been applied. The Northern a the criterion by which they are to select aPrni-

slaves, talking about fealty to the South i is so been committed, we challenged the truth of under Jackson's administration the honored and] quote from the Congressional Globe, 1st session,261h Whigs! will not yield an inch, and (Le Southern dent, then will the sneer of monarchists and others,

ridiculous. HoW ca a poor,nun, owning few the charge, and referred to gentlemen still faithful representative of the United Slates at the Congress page 19. Whigs know it, and they \stand precisely where that the people are unfit for self government be well

. or uo slaves, pretend lo carry in his bosom a I living in Muakingum county, whose democracy first. Court of Europe and now one of our most sagacious In addition to this, we could quote from almost they did before the Convention was held-the Northern nigh justified. But we have no apprehension that

; heart. that 10\1 the home of his adoption ? W:1 never questioned, who knew Gen. as Chairman and distinguished of the Committee statesmen of whose Affairs services of every Southern man of any note whe has ever been Whigs the strong uncompromising advocates ol the people of this country will act so little like men

How CO\lI hr, like a La Fayetfc, t Dokalb, a Cass well, and who voted for him as the democratic the Senate aloneshould entitle him Military to eurgratitude. in Congress but it is not worth the labor of examining the Proviso, and the Southern Whigs oppised to it. vho" know theii rights, and, knowing.dare main-

: and others, swear allegiance to the candidate for a seat in the l legislatureof 6. That General BUTLER "'tandj commended to the records. I i is: clear to any mind that Congress tail them." They will do nothing till they have

institutions of strangers, and present their bodies Oliio/as: a proof of the falsity ofthe charge. the respect, confidence and affection of I the demo has an unquestionable right to icfuse to receivea "'ho'l Tote for Flllmore information to act upon and they will vole for no
The Courier admits the cratic party, both in his political and military ca- In March 1542- the Territorial Legislature cl man of whose principles and fitness for office
far which asks them
if necessary, as sacrifices on the altar of now charge, a reer. petition to violate the Constitution they
can never cease to remember him
\Vt as one Florida in its
saw wisdom to law
a common country ? According to your the as it relates to Muskingum county, to be false, of(he distinguished officers of New Orens. ai the as the petitions on the slavery question pre- proper pass a pro. have no information. This i is our belief.

:' (jiy, it is but idle mocker Mr. Winthrop [by saving that Gen. Cass was a federalist > indicator or Andrew Jackson in ,, as a sented by Giddings Slade and FILLMORe proposed hibiting the migration of free negroes or muhttoes Slanders Refuted.

however, constitutes in your opinion a bright when he lirc in the Salt Delaware, and wounded hrro ofMontcity We receive a a harbinger to do. As to the policy of refusing to receive to this Territory. This bias approved by Gov. The Sentinel
o of triumph a name which has become a passport CALL, on the 5th March 1'a appears from the republishes a long article from the
". ciceptiou. He is a man, you say, of cxpanjjve he emigrated to fame the abolition petitions, there can be no question. Heretofore Louisville Journal in which_ cTnm1_ __. ., .
to worthy loa of a gallant State, anda journal ef that The sympathetic Abolitionist n n a 0 mti_ _,r_r.._n.nf.
patriotism within the By biographical sketch, published in our Lore ha been little which committee year.
: embracing scopeI patriotic siie. upon a is made in reference to Gen. CASS, refuted
of bis'patriotic ambition the whole! extent of paper ofycsterday, it wi be seen that Lewis We are assured that Jackson County' will give a might ak: action by Congress. But now the whole I of blot the North, however, could not submit to such a the best testimony. It i is stated: that noW while hi bv)
on our statute book, and find
the country. From this I arn induced to II Cass emigrated to when but sceentcen' good account of herself for the democracy this fall. question has changed-new te&itor'has ccme in- accordingly we the father, Major Cass, superintended the
to the notice of the House of tecruiting
conclude that subscribe the old maxim of -four before he was the abolitionists mater Represent -
you to years age years a voter clamorous for' the free princi service in 1790 1SOO,for what
.. there is no gfnpral! rue! without an exception I -fl,ur years: !hpfrf, in law, be was dc m. The IVbl; Coureutlon. ple"-and we shall soon see flooded with lives by Mr. MORRI and Mr. BRICGS now the aa a le, deinortutle
Conge!" ptir army, ( present Gen.CASJ .
that the fact ed lo hare : at the of discretionand of.all the Governor of Massachusetts. On the of January
I or simple of a man's i arr\ed yeais noisy screeching whooping, jelling petitions. Tl.ere is territory' now over which the 3 ,) was the preceptor of a grammar-school in
in State four before he coud! in.law, trans. and of that 1543- MrlonG<:presented a resolution instructing -
free years men Northern
being IJor or foreign country hip.bip.burrhirg assemblages ever Whigs and Provi: floes not constitute the guih: of which you act business'for himself, without his father's congregated, the Whig National Convention which ot Congress, and repot ts will be made urgingrEslriclj'e the Committee on Territories to inquire into the cockade in his hat.n Of which the Delaware Gazette

complain, but it exists in the fact of their removal consent. Even, then, if the charge be true has just adjourned hat taken the lead. That this It measures to check the area of slavery." expediency of repealing an ac passed by the Terr- : Gems. CASS "was born ia October, 1782.
e lo this State, and becoming the defenders j that Gen. Cass at one timo was a federalist, not engen..1. we refer to the proceedings with I it i i. said in the South that to refuse: to receive ,. torial Legislature of Florida, entitled An Act to The era of the prevalence of the black cockade! wu

1. of our institution. Under any view of the I it was when he was a minor, 1 living in tbe i which the Whig papers are crowded, for prof.Whtn petitions praying the interference Congress is in prevent the future migration or .emigratitn of free in 1799 and '99, and consequently Gen. CASS
1r.: subject! which your remaiks will allow, it family of his father, who, to tho day of his I it wa* announced that General TATLOR was .direct conflict with the constitution," can we expect negroes or mulattoes into said Territory, or so mPh then only sixteen seventeen At
S must be mortify'ing to many of your constituents I death, continued a high-minded though bitter nominated the confusion cannot be described. Delegates the aid rf Northern men to keep the insulting thereof as imposes a capitation tax on such of them the cf seventeen he emigrated years to the age.North
whokc past f folly and indiscretion of al. federalist, and was proud ofthe name. Of from Massachusetts and Ohio endeavored to demands of abolitionists out of Congress ? The as may enter said Territory, and authorizes their western and settled Marietta" And
Territory, at
-. lowing themselves to be born in free Slate I all the family, Lewis Cass alone broke from speak, and attempted to say that they could not support Sentinrft views only give aid and comfort to the sale for ninety-nine years for non-payment of said upon a review of the whole ground the Baltimart

foreign country, cannot now be obviated, fedeial, leading-strings ; and his course in O- the nominee while the crowds in the gallerywere enemy." Northern men will hereafter be indifferent tax. well "
Republican remarks These vile insinuations
and who, despite of I honest industry, have: remained j bio and ia Michigan, before the time h -became hissing hooting, and cheering by turns. The when they see themselves: held up in (he Southas .Mr. CLACK moved to by the resolution on the made in reference to a mere: boy, are as unworthy of

t poor, and without: negroes, to offer as a voter to the present day, ha been President's voice could no more be heard than a wis- acting jn direct conflict with the constitution." the. "

,. a hostage fo their; fidelity to the Slate. that of a democrat of I the ttraitcst sect. per in a I thunder storm. The (correspondent of the i is to be regretted that our neighbor has .Mr. JAMEs called for the yeas and nays which credence as they are of manly utterance
I I expressed Another of the is the
..:" So much, Sir, for your unkind alljuiorn to Hard run, indeed, mist whiggery be, whenit Baltimore Sun thus describes one of these harmonious himself he has but we are satisfied he does not were ordered; and being taken, resulted in yeas 113, charge same kidney going
; rounds less
-no a fabrication than that Mr CAM had
: the poverty and infi Iclilyof this large class of is forced to go back for near half a century scenes : nays S.-FILLIRE. Giddings, Gates, Slade
utter the views of his own party. in this State. They SPOKEN in favor of and for the Wflmot Proviso
4 r': your constituency remains for them to reply for the puipose of making a charge (and that .The confusion and uproar session
1S-1C reference
I 4 through the ballot box. Having sunk too, unsustained by any evidence: ) to prove was indescribable. ]look no more like a deliberative !-3d- 21th C.mgtupI0,101. Congress -7. By a
resolution, and had the Convention
t Whig -
heIR, ) next is to raise yourself from that when a boy, scarce in his teens, Lewis assembly than a mass netting before it comes adopted On the 23d February 18-3. RICGS to the published proceedings of Congress, lit
your tr"r to order. The the the same, or a similar resolution, the whole March, 1817( it will be that Gen.
completely seen assigned
:. the pit into x\h : unintentionally Cass held! to ihe principles of his father'sfamily. (overpower leave to submit the following resolution :
you ha\.f floor, and! applaud and hiss member they would matter would have been happily disposed of, at I
I thrown : Still and a Whereas all laws passed by the Governor and HIS DETERMINATION
yourself. wincing, fearing I clowns in a circus. The President's hammer, not least I
tar is concerned. did
,. that ) previous efforts have: been unavailing The charge, however, is not sustained by his voice is heard through a hun (red voices talking so 3 Congress Why they Legislative Council of Florida are in full force until TO VOTE AGAINST THE PROVISO offered as an a-
your not pass such a resolution ? Why did not the delegates disapproved by Congress: therefore mzndment lo the three million bill,then under difcus
: i '- in relieving from the fierce proof. The name of the State only is giv. at once ; but there has not as yet been delivered a -
you en-no other lime place of circumstance single 6peech worth alluding loin the press. All the from the Soul h insist upon it ? The reason is .Resolved, That the Committee on .the Judiciary ion ; and when the vote was taken on the amend
: Mire of constituency, disP1ea'l be instructed forthwith the
your you to following bill :
beautiful arrangement spoken of in my first letter, very plain. Every delegate from the free States report ment, Mr. CAS voted in the with Calhoun
is named it force and negative, -
to this Be it
t S last. effort : "They cannot t fail to give ; upon reck. have been changed. The convention fit in one end enacted by the Senate and House of Rep
: that no $successful effort, has been made in j less assertion, wbigery hopes to work an injury of the immense buiMmcr, all huddled op in confusion would have voted against i. I could not have resentatives of the United States of Jlmerica in Colquitt, Houston, Lewis, Scale and other,

I the pre House Repreeentatives to i to a man who, for the last forty-six years, and without sufficient' space for convenient in. been adopted by a body of men, five-tenth!of whom Congress assembled, That an act passed by the Governor good men and true to the South, against Corwia,

adopt entll principles of the Wilmot Proviso has been known to the people! of Ohio as a rre-s and tgre"s. One half the Reporters have been were undisguised Wilrr.ot Provi:oiss.! This is the Florida and, Legislative the Council of the Territory ot Cilley. Davis, Evans Phelps and Webster, the
approved by said Governor Ihe 5lh
exiled to the withrjut the lea and on
hich carried the last democrat staunch and true. glclit! !t provision simple incontrovertible truth. The Convention of staunchest supporters of this measure-and it was
was through democratic made for them shape of desks or riting materials day ;f.rch. IS 1'2. entitled, An act to prevent the
S '. '. hoase, and that the attempt failed, by a ma. Alhough. in law, it is a principle, that a and 'the voices of members are drowned in was cautious about introducing fire-brands. The future migration of free negrO or mulattoes to this defeated. How low,then,must be the cause of those

... jirityof I on the 2Sth 1849, the I! negative cannot be proven ; yet, in this case, the Hall, and overpowered by the noise of the galleries Southern delegates werettndcr of their Northern Territory, and for other purposes,' be, and the same who could state, in the very face of the recorded

.. S. VOte being:103 to 93." Februa.: I but regard it can almost be done. Mr. Jefferson never ." colleagues, while the Northern delegates were equally is no hereby force.", disapproved, and shall henceforth' be of facts, a falsehood so malicious and mirchievoui u

1. the above.extract as a deliberate intention lo I appointed his political enemies to high office, The Contention adjourned on Friday after a session tender cf their Southern, allies. The &..uthwould Mr. BRICGS moved to suspend the rules that the that Gen. CAMs had spoken in favor of and meted

S insult the feelings of your constituency. I is yet we find that the first government cfficathatJGen. of three da\s. No platform was put forth by tot insist-nay, would not even ask-that resolution might be acted on. On this motion the for the Proviso?** But this Roorback is of a piece

,. tjch. a reflection on their intelligence a 1 am I Cass received (that of marshal ofO. themas we anticipated. No resolution were adopted the,. Convention should pledge itself to neutrality on yeas and nas were taken, and the motion was rejected with that recklessness ot the party which can, tt

inclined to think they will not submit to pa. hio) came from Mr. Jefferson.The -no address published ; and the Whig party now questions of !ltJ." while the North returned I GO, 101 the candidate will, abandon principle for availabilityand will re
noes Whig I for
W. tiently. Here you convey the impression thai last war with England drew the line stands before the country without any digested creedor this praiseworthy forbearance by not insisting that I I Vice President ayes of the States MILLARD coil upon its originators with I wo-fold interest.

iho Proviso was rejected by the whig party, between the federal and democratic parties a principles. They will be, in the canvass, all the Convention pledge itself to the Proviso. And I with Slade Unite, Wlnthrop and Salton- Platform !

S which is now ascendant in Congress, and by strongly and a broadly as the present war things to a!men, in order (that they may win all.- so they separated,just a they met-the South opposed FILLIRE. Whig
stall, AYE Same session 337.
voting ,
them voted down on the 29th Feb. past, by a I with Mexico draws it now. Gen. Cass was In Florida they will be opposed to a Bank and a high r to the Proviso and the interference of Abolitionists p. After considerable trouble and labor,we have been
Comment is needless.
majority of f 105 to 93. When a represent I then marshal of the State. The office was a tariff in Georgia they will be something else-in or others with questions of slavery," and able to obtain the Platform upon which the Whig

.' lite ttoops to a deception like this, what maywe lucrative one, yet he promptly resigned it, for Alabama they will be good Jeffersonian Democrats- the North( in favor of the Proviso, and the .interference Whig Roorbacks-Eyes Open National Convention have placed the whig party

not expect ? Now, what is the fact ? On the purpose of volunteering his'serviccs lode, while in New England and New York they will be of Abolitionists with questions of slavery." DEMOCR.T should beware of Whig Roorbacks in the present canvass. It is broad and comprehensive -

t. tlC 29th Feb. last, Mr. Putnam, a northern fend his country. How he performed his 1S-14-Whigs. They will go in for Whig principles, But one or two of the delegates thinking it too bad and slanders against our candidates. Their papers -

tchrg; introduced the Proviso. Mr. Brodhead, put, tho history of the country furnishes abundant a they were avowed then. This is the game that that the .principles of the whig party" should not and orators are beginning to circulate them a usu Resrltcd, by tie Whigs nfthe Union in Aitional -

a northern democrat, moved to lay it on the c'idcrce.. will be |played, and the people are expected to be be:avowed publicly by the Convention offered the al. They have already charged Gen. CASS. with baying Convention assembled, That we go before

t. table. And here, I pray you Sir, if ignorant I (In the politcal campaign of 1823, one of the the tools to effect it. If they .should succeed in the .one idea," but their more prudent colleagues, see- voted for the Wilmot Proviso, which the Con the people of this glorious Republic inhe

.. cf the vote, examine it. Every solitary whig I severest charges made against Gen. Jackson, election, which may heaven forefend, we will have ing the explosion its adoption would produce I as- gressional recoids show to be false. They have also present canvas, with the oftenrepudiaed -

I from the nrm.slaveholding Sates voted for the save those murder, &c., tc., preferred in another! IS 10 trick played off upon the country.- tily hushed the matter up by laying it on the table. charged him with having been a Federalist which principles of our old party so modified as

.. Proviso. The vote sto thus : for the Proviso the infamous coffin handhi, was that he (too All the old fld'rl reaurel will be pressed upon What a Convention !-what a party What glorious is also untrue. He i it: again charged with being the to meet the wishes of every section cf the

73: Northern wlli -against the Pro\'ir was a federalist.! charge was denied the Government, and the President cannot, consistently principles !" How beautiful do their resolutions .hero of Hull's surrender !" Gen. Leslie Combs country, that is to say, we are in favor of r

," CO"NNE./PQ For Ihe Proviso, 21 North and proven false ; and in the discussion which with his ALL O' letter, interpose to prevent avowirg tl cir creed, read What a magnificent makes this malignant charge. At the Whig Ratification /- A \ protec-mum-bank ohwetum -

S crn dcrnocras-aflsinst: the Proviso, 27 northern ensued, the charge federalism was plantedso their destructive legislation. We all know that this platform Splendid-splendid Faugh Meeting in Philadelphia, that rabid whig improv mum- dutribuf

-, dnnort firmly upon (he parly that now call ihem- will be the case. If we permit the opposition to said- -.- mum mum glorious principles, &

4 .. Here then. Sir, we find that every tingle} selves whigs, that, in spite of all their efforts sneak into power, these results "'i be certain to fol Difference amoig: the Doctors. .He doubted not that the Hero of Buena Vislawould old Zac Whig ---not ultra *.... -Teto-

ullLcrIJg voted for the Proviso, while a to shakc.it ofr it still remains until, with a new low. The Whig are afraid to avow their real prin There is an apparent difference opinion sweep over her mountains and valleys, and nothing glorious princ war on
considerable of the No.hern demo.crats they new among fertile plains, next November like a whirlwind and holy and abominable Q OO we svrallowed"t
majority nanf principles.
I ciples. The people have so often repudiated their the Whig doctors to the strength of the democratic .
; ,. their Southern 1 fiiends and The same game tried in 1928 with An. a roil up thousands of a majority against Gen. CASS, j to O-: glorious principles -loco*
I joined :, hJthi" men and meaurel that they will be slow in future in nominee for President and Vice. President. But the hero of Hulfs surrender f '
.. ulono secured its defeat. And still drew Jackson, the same party now to <>cos w runinous policy-. -old Zac J fl
means attempt avowing a political cree. They now see there is the most striking instance disagreement we hate This unmanly stab is sufficient ofitselto reverse ,
'; ) ou Lave the unblushing effrontery to say, play off against Lewis; Cass. Both charges but one way in which they may hoe to obtain pos- yet met with is to be found in the two whig journals the fulfilment of the prophecy. We .blush for him mum humbug CO" 1940 / A N bard
that successful effort has been were false ; and the result in each case will cider- Tippccanoe and Tylor too -CO
: I no &by session of the Government. They must skulk round published in Louisville, Kentucky, to wit-the who uttered tbis falhoo in the face of history,-
4. the present whig house to adopt the principles be the same. and dodge every issue-deny every principle-deny Joutnulind the Courier. The first contains the more we pity the phase of his moral To disprove great country vw/IIenry Clay -candidate
h of the Wilrnol Proviso." That the effort father of Gen. Cass federalist in 52..co mum f aYailablaA!
.. was was a they are Federalists, and insist upon being regarded follow injf : this abortion we quote from history

not successful, was no fault of your northern the brothers of Gen. Cats still hold to the ai real Simon-pure JefTcrsoniao Democrats; and let -'I'hf, Lore -Witfn- -_a.mInnaTh.- _...._n..._. .Irutsxr. .,_*"'. .Stung with mortification on hearing of the sur glorious; principles--Cass and DutlerJ
.t.: whig friends. Mr. Winthrop voted for it oflhcir father. this founda. nominations old Zar f .*j j..j x-v / ffr and is-
Upon the mark have been the Locofocus
tnt doctrine country i, this is jast what they will do, reCein.d by in render Col. Cass, when ordered to deliver his *
"1. : nnd now every whig of the free Stales lion, the charge federalism is made on the especially in the South. The fore-shadowing of this this vicinity with the most decided dislike. They up he language ofthegri"CLAY of Kentucky,

", ; ". the same, and the measure was only defeated democratic candidate. To the day of his can be seen in the adjournment of the Convention think that Gen. Cass has not I time requited popularity, 'foJINNGNo\ SHIVERED IT IN rncn. AND '* I would humbly prostrate myself before

.' :': by the splendid rally of 27 northern demo. death, Major Jonathan Cass, the father of thedemocratic without a platform. Some of the Whigs are even ler.and express(11! !j We distrust think of the the tickt orthodoxy decidedly of Gen.weak.-But THREW PER IT TO IT THE TO THE ENFMT.EARTH" REFUSING T SCRREN- flim, and implore Him, in His mercy to TIS-

t crats. Now, Sir, you should be ashamed of nominee, true to his federal principles honest enough to confess it. ",The Convention adjourned Louisville Journal of th tdt. Democrats often it our favored land with WAR, with PESTI
yourself ashamed of public of acted and with the cal. The second thus are charged by the Whigs with LENCE, with FAMINE, with any Scourge
*' .. y any ac yours \olft party now satsthe N. Y. Express .without laying speaks : falsehood/detraction and abuse but
that r.mirrwch miserable deception lo justify. themselves whigs and since his death ; these specimen other than MILITARY RULE, or a blind
Sq ; ling ; .
t out any platform, or any general chart of principles .The democrat hereabouts appear to be highly of their proficiency in these
o.p .' ( Jly heart sickens al the thought. (be brotheis Lewis Cal have been bold, mainly upon the ground, we pre' Whig, a delighted with their candidates (lor President sad parallels in the history of respects, cannot find and heedless enthusiasm for mere MILITARY

f ( I will only! recur to one or two renlark of prominent, and influential whigs ; and a late generally satisfactory platform teas an impotsibil- Vice ident. They are full cf confidence and our party. RENOWN"FudgegammoU!

r : J-Or further, and leave you to answer your number of(he Zanesville Courier makes open ity." spirit, and'the express entire confidence in the favorable tRead: the admirable and withering letter rf -_humbugO -avaitability! -

!t :. own conscience, while the public is in a courseS boast that they will not vote for Lewis Cass result of C nvS. It is generally conceded by .Constituent" in this
This is the party,then,felow.cilizeDs.with which he reflecting men of all parties here, that this in decidedly :day's paper addressed to Mr. c 00- The Hon. A. P. BAGBT, Senator from Alabama '
't; of I preparation. You complain that John: f r President. we hare to battle, and i becomes all to buckle onour the strongest nomination the democrat CABELL Our correspondent is mistaken as to the has been appointed Minister to Russia, in tie

\V. Davis, the Wilmollro'ilo Speaker of the Does ml tSe Courier see that this boast armor and be ready for the u onset. If we remain could hare made.:*-LovisvUle Conner of2ft r1 birth-place of our talented cotemporary.. He had place of the Hon. R. J. IKGEKIOIX, recalled at ki*

; late DtmOrtje Keprescntativer ", plants' federalim upon its own party ? For if sledfait, they cannot, by any possible means Now which of these two whig prints is to be bcieved the insufferable folly to be born in Massachusetts.

5 : bas been appoint-d by Mr. Polk Com mini ontt Lewis Cass entertained federal sentiments, defeat os.'e have better men and a better cau ethan 1 ,Between them both an untruth has been wo request.

.s .. Extraordinary to be Court of his Celestial his relatives in Muskingum county would be they, and we shall triumph, i if united. put forth!: and it !is for the friends of a party which c; The Sentinel says that FILLMORK voted in er.- The President bw appointed GCTToocTof .

M.jrly the Emperor China." Mr. Davis' among his warmest supporters. But Lewis has ever I claimed to be the "gentility party," to with Southern'representatives to receive Connecticut, Attorney General eftte Vited

skirt has 1 hd.tI I ultra proven clear of lLi Cats is a democrat-they are federalists, and !$?- \ R. M. JOHNSOM has withdrawn( use in clear away from .he minds of the people the unavoidable Abolition Petitions. Will he tell the country who States, in the place of the Hon.Cx.irroD .

.. charge, that I shall no again attempt i... DIJ t' ey ,'i do n w, a they did when the demo dependent ciididate (or Governor cl Kentucky,. tcn,'iction that there i a lie Of 1 I." they. were ? resigned.4

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..... **-*** ft wa HM EHmJ. Tttt SetJtlactl JKi. ArguiJ&ndbWsklnhz) now exhibiting as a. s"tjT>j'ecnhanthey| 'were, ..ne To .order to afor i rote nl at for the Jhprnf'r.lo Elector : -his social and moral character r-unexceptionable. I

Some of the opposition paper. have manifested a Doe the Sentinel pretend to JY that Mr. POL trophy of "ictor. This is the first coon opportunity en.iertio he asked *, the Eleorl tkk.t en. He is the representative of the

redoes* to do! justice to the qualifications of the ij a Abolitionist ? f it any evidence of biB Provi- skinned in present campaign. An early recess. tirely, and thus, by the division C. to Polk admin* tratioa, in regard to our foreign

Peoocrtlie; nomitations lor President and Vice PreiJent. *- .oumthat Bimty preferred him to CIY.' Or is beginning, and a promising omen. Mr. Patterson, of N. Y. said that Mr. Sew. walk over the course in this State. Grn.Taylor's policy. &cAMTfUIR .

which i ie'" gratifying; to Democrats as it i.neditable is there any evidence in this that : i* not a ard's friends;,would always be found the friends letter acceptance is looked for with -- -

to tfcow who bear testimony to the worth Proviso man lOur neighbor has a strange way of Harmonious Wbtlrer 1 of the Whig party. He would feel grateful for great interest. IMPORTANT LEE FROM

CAM and BCTLXE. We quote a few of arguing. Because TJlrney, of two evils chose the We extract from the Express this submission\ of bis name but it was known GEORGIA..-READ IT.

of Messrs.ttst moniall. least and went fur POLX,who is not an Abolitionist the following proceedings of the Whig National that he held'some peculiar opinions upon great 03-The following singular Card appears in the We art (Lit, receiving testimony like toe follow

Ibeie the Sentinel and Southern I of public! and that in the dis. N. Y. Evening Pot. I would b remarkable if another ing, from (the North, South, East and! W'eutlGentlemenI
From the" Bine Hen and Chickens. a Whig pa. or a Proviioist therefore Contention immediately, after the final questions plcy.
who 1. Wilmot charge of duties of the State 6a. unilg difficulty should take place in was afflicted with Aithtna for (vine
in WilminglonDelaware: must go fo FrLLoRE. a bt ,
per published.\ttionel Democratic Convention.-The Pro\'il\\ig man and hostile to us on all our interests, ballot for President. I,'i be seen tbat be came Conflict with the opposing opinions the Empire State. The next two weeks may bring teen year, and had tried every, remedy in the country .

invention- ne at Baltimore made last week Its* IKtlont a* he has demonstrated by his ,vote Admirable the harmony which prevailed "8"tremen ofother > forth events of mightyMnfTuerve on the Presidential 1 ; I had also been to several physicians,and found

candtditei for the Presidency and Vice Presidency. I logic charnitig consistency! dous /"'-Query : If such scenes a are here One of thp Ohio members objected to this election. no relief; f whatever. I wa afflicted at times sow.

No third or ivth rate men were chosen; them.as- speechand It was ruled out of "Mr. Editor: I notice you say in the Evening verely. that from n> n.>*c,arid
compromising piinciple on the There is another feature in this miserable shift of depicted occurred in the face of day, with o. comment. or- theLO"oIJp: j
on the ; Post that) General Taylor will certainty be electedour
contrary nominees,th. stronpwt and best meu were selected' the Sentinel,which deserves notice I asserts that pen doors, what must have taken place when der, and the Chair ended the debate upon next President. Now I do not coincide with mj brnlhin: \a Jilcull. 10 the disease 1.It
of It-men already great in them. this point. in this I list .gained much en me that I 8r pair -d ever get. :
and we are tlid Birnry has boasted that he elected Mr. POI. The the Convention you a"rrtion. Ji..e it .my oj-inion ( s u
,1vei if cailed> upon by a majority to administer thewern'ment absurdity of this u so manifest, that a moment reflection was in secret session ? The Mr. Patterson withdrew the nomination.Mr. should Martin Van Bur en b nlm"at.at the Con tin: "el. when I chanced to pet t bottle of W1S-

of a (rnt people, will seldom feel dis- will the whole The election country would like to know. Ashmun, of Mass., when the nomina. vention to be held at ou the Z.d imtanr, thai TAk3 DALS\3JOF- WILD CHERRY.hich effictid t
|.nupad to rob other men of their glory, on purpose toJnjVe expose mater. be would be elected. 1 ran tee no good reason why P
that ir. lS44tuinedin annexation From the New York Jaae 13. tion of II. C. Winthrop, of Mass., was an. a |.rt1 cure, and I now em.idr myselfpcr.
op for their own deficiency in re'pect- a great measure,upon Express every Free State in t the Union would not rule for
General Cass is an honest,upright and talented man; Mr. CLAY, the whole whig party abolitionists and Prior to the nomination, and the nounced, said he was authorized to withdraw him. I will guarantee to give i him thousand of feclty *>uud. This can b prot bj number of
in dlplomac .and his practical 1 know. wien result his name I do it he said in in rjuUm and ticicitt and I think it t.
H< experience all, were in opposition to it. .In the free States, the was known, (Ihe all the while peremptorily. Clay Whig votes duappointed Clay H'hig" men County ,
r led'with regard to State and eneraladmlDlstrationr cheering good will towards the Convention, and to its in} dutt. to Kt: it be known. f"
public aflairs are, we thInk. equal to those of any abolitionists and the whig denounced the measureas increased, and became tremendous when the acts thus As from JEFFERSON COUNTY.MoNTicntLO .
one delegate Massa.chu THOMAS A. PATRICK.
> S other, man "f his party. We differ( of course almost one originated solely to extend the area ot slavery. result was announced. f.r.
the etts Las spoken, and some think (Ra.) June 19. 1319. Franklin Nov. .
of County GtorgU. 13,1345.Kf.r
from the' political principle in name favor of a may
ja tttt Mr POLK and the dt'mocrat ic party were in Great disorder. Cries of adjourn.Voices. .
which he received his nomination : we shall earn- he speaks the sentiments of the delegation, I Editors of Floridian Jf Journa Tallahassee. : sal I* by E. BARNARD, Jr. Druggist, Ttlfs- ,
wtly but honestly oppose his election; but we feel admitting Texas and were assailed I slavery pro. .-We want an adjournment to give desire to say that so far as I know, he speaks SIRS : At a d mocrtic meeting held in Jef. bie. D L\LD Newport and bj :
; and shall have mire ambition to ex- pagandisfs Now which of the Iwo candidae. would New York time to consult. Druggists pror-
pleased lemon Monticello the
better only his own sentiments, certainly not the county at on Saturday. ally throughout Unilid States. .
ouiselves on account of his being a worthy and likely to receive favor from the AbohtiomsU Cries.-No adjournment aud .
rt acljourn.Let
. eu h the 17th of June instant the -
candidate sentiments whole delegation, or at least day following resolutions -- -:--=- -- -
whatever --
j fcooorable :adversary to we may CLAY or POLK ? Why the thing is absurd. We us adjourn. Cheers. Counter MARRIED. fOr
against him.i ." cleer. not my sentiment (Cheers.) were unanimously adopted :
. eto
i fca From the New Orleans Bulletin, a staunch T\\ don't believe Birnry has ever made such a boast. Loud jelling of Taylor approbation frm Mr. Wilson, of Mass.-Does my colleagueconcur I Roo That we most heartily concur in TlurJay. the lth intact by the RevM. W. 4.'

. The he would be to palpable that even an aboli'ion- of door Twenty speaking at a tine-but in principles of action adopted by the the of LEWIS CASS for the Presi. Adams, Mr URMAN CJ..mE of Leon County, i
&a paper- .ist could not utter it. Mr. POUt did not court thcir all seemingly acquiescing in the nomnation.:
asked to this nomination Contention ? dency, and WM. O. BITLKB, for the Vice Florida to Mm MARY dangUrr of Thomas
we.1 our opinion., that were though a good. and strong ticket votes How stands the matter with CLAY Who) Finally, amid all the noise, and a''! eyes Mr. Ashrann-I did not concur in the nom. Presidency, by the late Democratic Convention Jones. Esq of Thomas County Georgia.Also S

lot'a.boull.general rally of the party, toit!support,yet we'do despatched Castius on a special mission to them being directed upon New Yoik, !(lr. Collier ination of (en. Taylor-for on principle held at Baltimore. at Newport on the 23d i instant I, bj the Rer.

not think that Gen. Cass is .strong a candidatea. other Who obtained for Mr. CLAY the twenty thousand of N. Y. got a hearing, this hearing being I pr. frre t tlie roiii&tion: t fad 8tingui.bed Resolved, That most cheerfully and will J. Phelps. of Quincy, Mr. GEORGE S. KING fa t

Judge Woodbun would hare been, but, in western reserve abolition votes in Ohio Who bid especially given him, great anxiety wan ingly plant ourselves the "creeled"by Min MARY ANN CROOM
be better nomination. we consider be a son Massachusclss. But while I sy n path. on platform both of the former
a a'
is respects a man of superior is tln" to Judge I\ob r!. and at Lexington for their votes in I&Would- they felt upon the result in New York. ize with hint very warmly, I will not concurin said Convention, "to do or die." place. '

to almost every respect t. beter qualified to dischargewith have taken POLK, annexation and the extension of Mr. Collier, of New York, said he had done any factious opposition.Mr. Resolved, That the above resolutions be =- --

abit11 he arduous responsible duties of thestation. slavery, in preference to CLAY no annexation, and all in his power to oppose the nomination of Wilsbn-I will not be bound by the sent to the democratic papers at Tallahassee For Cedar Keys.

nomination consequently no extension ofthe area of klavery ? Gen. Tajlor. All would bear witness of this, proceedings here. (Hisses, cries of Then for
Gen. Butler is decidedlv strong a 1 publcation.I.UIES
for Vice President as could hue a been made, though Absurd-absurd. Try again, neighbir.Ths but since tbe nomination bad been made, it : J'Ol don't belong here." "Can't upeak." Mr. SCOTT, President.W. : PLEASUREEXCURSION.mlEsleamerGLASGOWJAHa.

it.may be considered something of an objectionthat --- would receive no opposition from him. He i Crown ofl'enmm. screaming order at the top S. DILW OSTII, GecretarJ.V .... -
denied .
Sentinel has been \ .L
both candidate should be taken from the West sivs it never should submit cheerfully, and trusted his colleagues of his voice ... -. TvcxEa.Muter.wmleueC .
1 ,) --
Fortunately however, for the Democratic party that the resolutions on the Proviso which passed the would do the TY. ay, Jul. :
I same. What he required i Mr- Asbinun has AKUIL.COU for Cedar Keys, nd remain long enough at the
they never allow such little matters to distract th mil bore interlineations in the My colleague a rightto Kt. ;
Michigan Legislature
the least degree" of the friends of the General (to sub- I be heard. I beg that he be 'beard. lie is At a meeting of the Corresponding Commitlee : for person to enjoy .the benefit of .e bathing .i,1
hd."riling of Gen. Css Now this has been denied. mit to the Convention he ( ol .t. For >! to the ,
would coa Cap.
,) abide him. of the Democratic for Wakulla hl.urif1 lIlt passage apj j
From the Richmond (Va) ItrpMican, another subject a delegate on this floor, and must be heard.Mr. party
and that not on the Um, to
too by one ignorant self. There should be or
no rebellion againstthis Stanl As Southern I county, held at Newport on the 14th June,
a too
paper- ) roan, beg D. P SMITH .t CO,
.ULOI j The denial was made by a Detroit paper-we Contention 'r
.Gen. Cat i,-In point of and experience, by himself. He was a law. (hit he be heard. He'll express nothing instant, it was unanimously Juliet, I lS4. 13 2t Columbuf 1
tlent We well <
we concede that he is a improvement upon thii.k the Daily Mvertuer rcotf'c I and order man, and opposed to all rebellions but his )sentiments. do no harm Rcsolrcd, That the platform of the Democratic _

the present incumbent of the Executive chair. Let having clippid the paragraph for our columns,but it t and without proceeding further, he would here, nor elsewhere, and ThpJH they won't party, as formed at the late National Notice. :

us give every man his due. I Gen Ca* be electedto got mislaid, and was finally lMt Besides, in his I nominate MILLIARD FILLMORE for Vice Pres hurt him. (Cheers.) Convention held at Baltimore, is such upon l'lF t underi ,widow of Mal om M. Mcfnf* !", ::1

.a.- the Presidency, his transgressions will be from deliberation speech in the Senate against the Proviso,Gen, CASI. Mr. Wilson As I here hich all Democrats, both North, South, East of Midivou County deceased, hereby gives _!
a Whig come fully
rather from ignorance. commented these resolutions and ident.Mr. notices tb.I, OD (tie first in August next,she
on Michigan Monday
I "The have nol before them the men whom very Carroll, of New York, hoped the Con- committed to its proceedings and organizationand and West, may unite and do 'battle upon, with. will make application to the Judge of Pr.bate for v

they are Whig in the next canvass Let us not alluded to all those which had been presented to the vcntion would not adjourn without: adopting i I am writing to be bound by its acts, pro. out compromise of the peculiar interests of said County to have her dower in the lands and per

underrate the strength of our a"reray. That is as Senate on the subject. We think, the evidence conclusive resolutions unanimously confirming the porn- vided we act Whigs. (Crifsof"that is it." either. I sinal etjfe ol her deceased husband allotted and set 'm.
fatal error to parties to indniduals Let tn that Gen CASS bad to do with the a oil! to her, to
concede a that the crisis demands a our powerful(1TTIWOS. nothing ination which had been made, and which But we hare come here and nominated a man Be further resolved, That the nomination according law.MARY F.

ll'c should l/nng out our iti nol onpett men Michizan resolutions, should be made for Vice Pre"ident (Immense -(Hisses.) Cries of'go on," and of General LEWIS CASS for President, and : Madison. June 2454S. 43 lfdlOSI.

.. Gen. Butler Las placed a somewhat subordinate applause.) From this Contention, let order.Mr. ." "ltII" Gen. %Vz. O. BI-TLEE: for Vice President is -- 4t. .

.and has not a 3et |>erforncJ any terv miraculous LOOK UPON THIS PICTURE f us go to Independence Square, to ratify' what Wilson-Is it out of order to comment 'heartily appro\cd by this Committee,and theycherfuly Molasses Barrels "
the Cut he
exploits,a brave in itatfgy and high or feld.sold IT. of u an nevertheless old- The Wing presses(!jjenerallv and (the Whig Las here been done. ((;reat applause agiin: Ion the proceedings )f this Con"entiol? (Cries i recommend them to the support of''I 0 vrnv CHOICE MOLASSES BARREL ro if

tig'iting! stock, and, ve are inclined to think from all orators are endeavoring to make it appear that, I and Mr. Carroll) took his seat with a hearty" ; of"! order," Border," rap !" .rap !" rap!") I all good.Democrats, as fully sound, in our sale at the Store of 3. S lGlT.

that we know of him, is a unobjectionable as an whit the Democratic Con\'cntiol showed awant acquiescence ;Ito what had here }been done.) i iI 1 The Chair-The gentleman will proceed. opinions upon every subject connected with I June 17, lS- 49 Jl

I .I our honoraMe and could worth Lave gentleman named,f.r.as the1ce any man whom Presidency of harmony in its deliberations and docis Mr.I Bryan, of S. C.-I would like to be i! A voice"Is he ( Mr. W.) a U hig ? Ilasnt our welfare. Dr. C. C. Van Wyc ,

opponent Illwughl.understoo. When my name was ; he not been identified with another ?- J. G. PARK, Chairman.
:ous; they, the Whigs arc as unanimous as I party T ATE "Professor of Surgery" Franklil
I toted for theory i j Abolition JJ Medical Cone e"c( l taken
From the N. V Caurttr Enquirer, anctherTAYLOR [ Philadelphia ha up
possible, and coo and woo as gently as crop. I Clay, when I knew the vote would be of no I Iscn'ictbut .Cries of,. no'"no'! !" CASS IN PENNSYLVANIA.The his residence in .ef. u prepared to en* '

.. In all ad.ocate the relation of private life, Gen. Ca!s has perpidgeons. Now, we will just lf the cur I desired to indulge in the luxury Mr. Wilson-We hate nominated a nnnwho annexed article, from the PJttsburg gage of .. in Earlletl's all the duties Building of hi".profeuion. Office,Stb .. ,

been known to the writer for nearly thirty )'ear; and tain for a few moments and enable our friendsto I of friendship, and to give my tote for ,i is not a Whig or any thing est and Post, is a true a it is eloquent. The spirit June 10. 18-13. 47 .

a more estimable father and husband or a more honorable peep behind the scenes. It be bore ( Henry Clay. (Cheers.) But I shaH cheer.fully I I are required to support him. I \ never which pervades it is the spirit which animates ,
and conscientious gentleman, we are not acquainted -, wi I and I pledge my friend in South Caro. Good. Have Newport Springs ;
with. Of his talents,t there can be no queSt in mind that \\c quote: from Whig journals : I lina to abide bv the result, and cheerfully tote I II .I a whig ticket. [ ] I every democrat in the country. It is impof. Ford
tion ; and were he a Whig in principle the election Mr. Allen cf Mass. address theConvention done as much service as any man. \I want
arose to for Taj lor. .1 sible to describe the enthusiasm with winch
. : of no man to the Presidency. would give us more I is a good government. Had a man been 1
1 pleasure General Can is altogether the but owing to the confusion we I Mr. Allen of Massachusetts, desired to be I nominated from any section, I would have fell the nomination is received throughout the j jI'

J strongest candidate that could hue been selected by could not hear the commencement of his re. heard. Without wishing to commit his state I
I I We hate ) witnessed
bound by it. As it i is, ground arms,- go west. lately an expres ,
oar opponents. Of this there can be no doubt; and marks. The first \\ordsue caught were to I he must his decided of lIE AKULLHOTEL.hating undertone
express disapprobation home. So help me God, I will do all I can T .'.
what is more we sincerely believe, that Gen. Tay- I t this effect : tile nomination: The of I sion of this enthusaism, and, no mater who tensive improvement, i is now open for the vecept .
lor i is the only Whig in the Unitt State who is compact discipline I lodefeat that nomination. [Raps,cheer,raps. the nominate their candidates ion of under the superintendence of Mrs. !i
I Mr. President-I doubt not but that a Convention the South has obtained its end. (Hisses from "bigs may cannot guests
.' enough to beat him. men in our countrY ( Order, order.] MADPCT, whose and well known .
rng, have more personal friend thin Lewis Ca...- of free Whigs wI11ittn for n momentto some quarter). The North and West has I J. Q. Adams-[Flap, rap, ] resist it. I" ill sport with the strongest 3 a hostess warrants experience t he promise that no expenseor qualities 1-

The whole West and North West are devoted to him the voice of a free Whig representedin been }beaten because they were disunited, and Mr. Lunt, ofMass., bad leave rap. to be heard, efforts of whiggery as the hurricane plays attention will b withheld that would! add to the 1
and upon the tubject of the peculiar institutions of that Convention. That voice is frum Massachusetts. because the South united. It I comfort and pleasure of visitor C.
South, he it at acceptable to Southern men at a was was easy and hoped to keep cool while others gave utterance with the dry leaves : These the
It I think I know something of the Springs are on ( River5five -.1
now to see from the of here "ituatP
holder would k..U t ) these sources of history things to their feelings. He had aided in r
IMPOKTA'NT NEWS miles above its junction theVutulla.. and
the unexceptionable private character of feelings! of that State. I express for uusolf! : that the bonds of the Whig dis. -TUB DZOCRATIC NOM
strength party were this nomination, and should sustain it with all eighteen miles South of Tallahassee the
The General
General Cass his admitted talent, and the certaintythat what I believe to be the sentiments of that solved I, INATION.- Contention at Baltimore abut Jt
because all the and emolument { of to the
a healthy
power Great He shouldI pine region open
his heart.
i applause.]
except in this Slate, he mil poll the \\"boleole I that i '[ on yesterday afternoon, settled the
State, and I say we cannot consent that i of this country were to be hereafter to I sea breeze from the Gulf rendering it a residence
o his party, and there can be,no question but that i this should forth as a unanimous tote of this the South given I have done (became thing had any other good question oflhe candidate for the Presidency ; during the sultry summer months truly delighttu) J
and I
go would to the II j
is altogether the strongest candidate that our opponents i ; nothing come I. been named. [More ]
Whig applause. I and LEWIS CASS, who travelled a A substantial bridge has been I thrown over East River
order and I will poor
could have name. They have acted wiselyan Convention ; [ order] give North. No man, north of Mason's and Dix.oil's ,i was not true that this nomination would be bringing the light-house ard tea shore within anhours -f
placing him public as their candidate." I I [order] New York [sit down] reasons. The j line can hereafter expect the highest I ceited with coldness in Massachusetts. There boy, on foot, across the Alleghenies, to cut his I tide on horseback or in carriages, where con ,
to and glory thro' the wilds of i '
From the New Orleans Picayune, a neutral paper, gentleman here commenced reading from a honor of this o"ernrent. The people of the I might be differences opinion there, but the way greatness venience for sea bathirg will be found at all times.
the LEWIS CASS who of
in his hand. west ; was one The establishment connected with the Hotel J:
but towards the North are excluded from and I bathinl
Whigs paper cannotact
leaning shockingly power, of this Contention would: receive
'i nominee first officers appointed by the immortal Jefier- thoroughly repairrd.fcnd improvements
cries of sit down order hear
Amid knock I
.Gen.Cass has been nominated for the longer with I the South The
Presidency any terms the decided approval oflhe State. [ Applause.] for the made so that \lunge and shower can fur \\1
a Gen Butler (or the Vice Preidency. This n a him, go on, sit down, let him go on, d c., &c., arc not equal, but on the contrary dissolved. Mr. Gallowa of Ohio, desired to speak son great western territory, now com-. nished. at all hOllr of the day free bath chargetogether b
) the states ofOhioIndianaIllinoiMich.gan .
strong ticket-perhaps the strongest the democratic I we finally. caught the words-the Whig party I pronounce then the Whig disbanded. !I and ul. poking with the acknowledged intrinsic value and miraculous '
Juy could select except I against one man. Gen order of the North sit down not to be party dispassionately.) He was a Whig, an and Wisconsin ; LEWIS CASS, who was effect of the water in case, presentattractions \
[ ] [ ] arc ; (Hisses, louder, louder and cheers. I! particular
Cass is decided ability I sme ) [ tra He had never scratched a Whig (
a man o preventing many I Whig. .
allowed with their sit down I the first mm to cross the of our country II to the invalid and citizen of leisure net
to statesmen
of attack, and cf defence Hit re- fl [ I hate struggled long and hard to I the of the borers
pits I many prescrte ticket. He regarded success Whig in order chastise enemies in 1612 surpa i ed in the Southern States. Those in pursuit .
L pulluhed opinions vpon the Wilmot Promo I order, IJ ar him,] therefore! we declare (tie the Whig and would hate 'I I ;
mty I party struggled as : as the success of his own country. He of pleasure alone: can always find boats for fishing
party LEWIS CASS who has endured almost i
f the South We nhould think hima this dissolved.Mi. every
wciatufaetory of this Union
Whig put day long as ;it were worth presert ing. Under the I )loved his country, he loved its institutions, he i parties, or excursions to the Wakolla Spring and the t
acceptable nomination this side of &. kind of hardship and privation in the ser. .:
very Mann I Alien further declared that he would I Protidence of God its dissolution be for Bay or can enjoy the more exciting pleasures of the
: Dixon's line. Take him all in all, he I a capital be bound the of (the Con. may : loved the party to which he belonged, and dc- vice of his country, both a* a daring leaderin chase seek exercise in the Ten Pin Alley, the game
nomination! to bring out a decided vote from both I not by proceedings I the benefit humanity. It is not improbable I sired to do what was for the good of all. He war and on missions of the of Billiards, or the healthful dance. In a word
parties I xention, which caused J great confusion among that it will thus result. HiVes and cries of: peace among
( here pledged to the const itutency who every thins: possiMe will done to make Spring
"Gen Boiler soldier of the old school honorable the and cries of Turn him !" I Indians ; LEWIS CASS, who was prompt to b th
is a -an I delegates, out hear, in which the speaker's voice was so here the extension of Sla. an agreeable re!ort. I.
him to
t gallant and unpretendinz gentleman Whet. showered down from the sent oppose assert the honor of his country, in a critical June 1C, ISIS. 47
gallery. : drowned, that the sat down. {
we were more given to political disquisition than I speaker ) I very over free so''. h wa not for him' to say moment, even at the risk ofthe displeasure of
Mr. Wilson of Mass, the Convention I
we are now, we have often regretted that he was not came to Mr. Choate ofMass. was loudly called for, now what be,would do. He would commune his LEWIS CA: S, who was Medicines, &c.
j -f our way thinking, that i* to sav,when we I a Whig-the Convention has nominated as Mr. Allen look his seat but the floor was' with those who bad sent him, and if the wero government ; Dings -
the bosom friend and ct-Iaborer with the
thought about politics. If the whig party make a a man who says he wi not be a party candi I given lo a from Ohio Mr. Campbell he would i rev. EDWARD BARNARD JR,
delegate I willing to abide by this nomination,
good a selection of candidates, we be eon'rnt I ered Jackson ; LEWIS CASS the ripe p
The country will be life, let the election go either date. [Cries of order.] who said he wished to offer a resolution inquiring abide by it also. He bad no ill-will against I scholar the brave commander the received, bj the late :arrivals i
Voice.-No member Las a right to speak experienced addition his stock of GEN ,
S way.. if it were posssbla for the Whig party I i one here, and differences opinion were to .
any statesman, the and tried patriot, the
of the MEDICINES all of
From the Augusta (Ga.) Republic, a paper which disrespectfully proceedings to endorse this nomination. He wished to ]I II natural in mind differences in climate and .
a firm and d- mocrat, the great and are of good quality loir for
Mr. Wilson the floor and read unwatering
regained a know if the '! Ct.
ad'oate the nomination of CLAY that he would I nomination would be accepted by' constitutions. Ohio was willing to abide by good man, is nominated the demoraticcandidate f general assortment of the tolo.
We believe that it will be generally conceded, protest-said ground arms-go : the nominee as a Whig,-whether he would I the compromises ofthe constitution, but they a .irnted genome, viz:
that whether the Democratic ticket for President and home, and so help him God, he would do all i oppose the extension Slavery over territory not willing to extend the evils of Slav.: for presider to succeed our pres. Rowan. Improved Tonic Mix*'

Vice President is strong or weak it combines a high he could to defeat tbe election of the nomineel.1 I now free. (Hisses and applause.) Wheth- I were fundamental with ent worthy Magistrate.It Cherry Brandreth' 1
order of with much Gen ery-(his was a principle is for to that Celebrated
ability personal integrity. : [Intense confusion-groans and hisses, inin- I II be unnecessary us say we are Cathartic Camphor
Cass.has lung been in the public service at home and gled with cheering.]-[Cstraclfioin I cr was in favor ofthe Protcctite policy.- her. and she would not abandon it. highly pleased with his nomination. Our readers Worm Congo, and Dinner Lunge Bonpiand'sCelebrated ."

; abroad, and, .far as experience and talents are concerned I proceed. .I Whether- The speech of Mr. Galloway was brief ear. know what has been our chief desire in Fever nd Agn Rmed,. nb CordialsThompson's

it will be admite that be Dossesges them ings of the Convention] I I The Chair declared all this out of order nest and eloquent, and the question was then the choice of candidate. The same desire Eye Water MCManD'Elixir of Opium,
a l'i
i He i. a statesman a high order, and proofs of his For our own part we shall take time for Sands Sarapaia. Turner's Fever and Ague Pills.Tyler's ,
i I"ice and abilities can produced in his able I| and a dozen members were upon the floor at called fur. has animated our fellow citizens throughout Billions and Antl-Dyspeptir
speeches, reports and writing.b No one then can attack reflection. II! it shall! appear to us that the I the same moment, in the midst of which a Mr. Bates ofMass. in reply to his coigut Pennsylvania. The first choice of our State Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic! Pills, Peters and "

his qualifications is to mere mental power and support of Gen. Tailor is the only course bj. motion wa made lo go into the ballot for the said he should not regard a vote ALLot has not, it is true, been secured ; but a man Spencer's Pills and is Agent for S. P.Townvnd's .:

vpol tical intelligence." which the election of Cass can be prevented, VicePresidency.Mr..Johnson Lawrence fof Vice President as ajbribe. whom she loves, and whom she will delight celebrated Sarsapanlla in quart bUle. at $1 per

The National Intelligencer fays that .in nomma- we thall feel bound to concur in that support.If of of Penn. said he had been the While he did not acquiesce in the nomination ,. to honor, has been chosen for our leader.- pore bottle Citric Also or, superior Lemon Lemon Acid. far preleble, prf'pae front the? E

tit Mr. CANS be admitted that the Contention on the contrary, the developments the uniform and friend which had been made, he should submit to it -
; i must uncompromising of Gen. The choice is a wise one : and now, with the ick or ordinary use than that usually sold, LondoB
I have selected for their candidate a gentlemanof next few days shall prove that the free States Scott. He had here to l learn-(Cries of or. with the best( grace he could, and give at name of Cass upon our banner, we feel per. Porter 4.C., 4.C f.'

talents,of repecability. and of exemplary per- are now ripe for the uprising which must come der, order.) least one vote,for the Vice Presidency to Abbott fectly confident of a mot glorious! triumph.Huzza .- June 10, 1S4S. 41 1

on.l character;" and the New York Mirror, the sooner or later, and which this nominationhas Chairman-The gentleman is out of Lawrence. for the Democracy Huzza for Victory FOR S.ALE7 Apply to .t :

first paper in the Union to hoist Gen TATLOR'S. name done very much to precipitate, why then -and Mr. J. \' a here silenced orer. After the scenes described in the former SULKY J. R. FORTUNE, :

for the Presidency says that the Democrats have ire are ready I"-N. Y. Tribune. I loudest cries of order, and amid the greatest dispatch, the 'Convention then proceeded to _ _ June 10. 19.- 47 At the Tin Manufactory. ,

put forth a ticket of which any party might b proud. N. Y. Ratification Meeting.-The Herald confusion. ballot for Vice President. A Hard CafC-I is said, that because Western Produce and Groceries. 'j

G. CASS, it cay, is a man of great popularity and says :-The Tailor meeting ended in a riot I Mr. Galloway of Ohio-Do I understand it 4hlioiga.ery I- General so many of the especial of PROVISIONS .

strength: with the masses,and at the time of his great and row. The Clay men. in the fury of their i to be out of order,-(cries of orde) Rap, in Maryland.The following is friends of the Whigs, that they are a JUST rf'Cf'i\e a large at tbe supply store orS

Diplomatic battle with England for the freedom of, disappointment, went to La five tie flail, and : rap, rap. lear from the correspondent ofthe New Voik Her- determined to ki him politically and have S KNIGHT.

tbe sas. while be"as Minister to France the Whigs I but for the good sense and bUlor of Mr. Ge. I:1 Chair-' gentleman from Oho: will aid, who is evidently Whig himself, judgingfrom thought the way they could do iI, was Jane 10. ISIS. 47

(leiMelves talked of running himfor the Ptirry., rard, would bate sacked the whole concern take his seat. to nominate him a their candidate for the

These are some few of the testimonials of the op and thrashed all the Taylor men's jackets.Add .Mr. Gallowa}'-I appeal. (Rap, rap.) his letters to that piper : Presidency, knowing that a Federal Whig Notce. I ,

rition. but en the other hand our candidates have to the above the following, which; we Chairman-The gentleman can take an DiLTiHOKK, June 12, 18-?. nomination is certain death to any man, no SIX months after date .nnigf. Admini- a

.: Ulle with every conceivable epithet by other I' extract from the proceedings s of tbe Henry appeal, bu I shall confine him to the strict The Whig Party of Maryland Ticket in DioltdThp Independent Gen., matter what may hA his patriotism. Mr. Fill Leon County.of the will estate of! his account an I voucher.late of*

Whig presses.. No language i. too harsh to apply to I Clay Club" in the New York Tribune : question.Mr.' TaI'lr' Electoral Position. more, of New York, is the man: that Silas i be I ore the lion. Judge present of Probate for said Count,,

them-no atrocity to gross of which they will be tried lobe heard but amid Wright heat Icnthsuiand eoYt for Goternor ; and pray for a 6nal settlement and discharge from

pril'J, If elected, and had we the lo devote *o I was proposed and unanimously carried the disorder there was nothing understanda The nomination of Gen. Taylor, under all he is a real Mexican Whi General Taylor said estate
rom that we return to the at the Philn- ble. the tircmstanccs attending it. and even with THERESE BECKSTEirt, (By her aient.)
such a we could fill our columns ith their Jeleat.s for killing Mexicans, and Fillmore for ttarc-
rurpt. Convention by our Old Cries of prestige of victory accompanying it, meets CORCE.
delphia abjourn-
assaults ,one American soldiers. What glorious "ket.
malignant p'ti o'cok'nap. ing a Mav 20. 1M 44 Iv
outrageous Leader. ,' Henry Clay, our warm: thanks, and with corses, long, loud and deep from those tIe offish !"-Ohio Xlaicsman."Harmony" __

Huzza :or Whiggery : we pledge ourselves to use our best exertions Mr. Galloway moved to suspend the order Whigs who dd not consider Whig principles"obsolete The N. Y. Teacher Wanted

A letter from Philadelphia publ.ht in the New I to elect.him President of the United States, of the day for three hours. ideas." I have heard, in my limited in .New York.ratification- TTTANTED-at the Micwookie Academy

York Heraldtells these ioontrO.trtible truths the defeated candidate in tbe Convention, but Cries-not debateable. acquaintance, and that among mechanicsand Post says that the Whig broke meeting looe" b I V TEACHER. who is wf'l qcreliSed to leads

.The old whig par is delunct It is dissolved.It the choice of the people, our beloved and sacrificed Mr. G.-I wish to give my reason woiking men at least fifty Whig voters seemed like pandemonium and .amid the English Lalt and Jn(1Ju'.. None

t has ceased to be. ".a but tsnolonger. With Henry Clay A large number of Mr. Filler of N. Y.One hour." declare that the Whig party was dissolved, The lght.; were extinguished, nee apply produce- fatiiraCIM1 reference *
cheera C, Taylor, cheers for Clay, calls for To a teacher thos a good opening
National Convention, it adjourned tine di !!- cared whether r ; qualiff
and that not Cass
they or Taj.
forward and their
Whigs came signed names Three hours
The -'no, no, 6 no. hoots here by letter(post-paid)
Convention in adopting Gen. Taylor, adop. Horace Greefey wrangling, shouting, peote.
te his no party creed. It i is has abandoned the great to support Henry Clay for the Presidency, and Chairman-The rule is not suspended.. lor was elected. and yells, the hall was after half an or otherwi5 may b made to the andenigned at

Postle and faith of the legitimate church to try a- oppose the candidate of the minority party.t Cries-We move the order of tbe day, The Independent Taylor party are also out, hours' debate ctared. Some Miccuskif.GEORGE

Cuq.the ep.rimet of 1S>40. It .declined an What think je now of the 6 union and harmony (that is to proceed forthwith to ballot fur Vice and declare their belief that the statement of two hundred energetic took their departure daknes.in a body June 3. ISIS. 46 E. DENNIS 4t, Secretary.
opinion on tbe war-upon this administration-upon the Louisiana' delegation at Philadelphia is -
*M Wilmot Proviso-upon river and harbors-up- of the universal Whig party ?" Stand President.) false, and that Gen. Taylor did not authorisethe for the Broadway House, where the Whig Fletcher Institute.mHETrustees
Sn the the land distribution the Mr. Brandford Tenn. moved an adjourn. the district made .
from Seventh
tf-p -upon firm, Democrats, and you will see what will delegates ( his State to withdraw his delegate a
I- every thing. It has not dared to ment till one o'clock. Not carried. rom short be would of Fletcher Institute, Florida Con-
opreu a opinion upon any tbinghenntr an grow out of the nomination of a candidate Recess for half an hour. name from the canvass if they thought prop. speech" saying never support J. ferrnce will offer for ssle,o Tlel&bylhe t I5tb

tie*"* V cffered< it WM threttled' and stilled on who has been selected without regard to prin. Cries of 6 no," no." er. They alsp say in their circular, that they Taylor. August next a number of beautiful building lots
have written to Gen. Taylor the subject, From the Journal tf Commerce, (Tar/tar) situate at Fletcher Institute near Thoonasnlle, Ga..
And this in the that ciplEs and solely on the ground of availability.The Chairman-Not carrirtl. o Gen. Cass the undoubted choice ofthe ; a high healthy well-watered place on the follow-
party expect democrats tote the result of ivhich will in dIp time be an. was
then to nominate i in One-third cash one-third
d ert The Convention proceeded : : payable ratJawavy,1849one.thirdJanuary.
of clearly defined principles and for nounced. Taylor take this Convention. No one can say (bat he got the -
ttotxuir : g First Coon Skinning.-While some candidates for Vice President. Should Gel op. 1850. Purebsercan
f9r to stand at full length the nomination in any doubtful sort of manner. ; core from to four acre togrtber. as may
said there portunity forh a pr on
Portland Mr. of Tenn. was no
firing at Ewing, ,
friend Taylor were puns ,
the all He perhaps, as respectable a man any suit Penn. wishing to look at said lots willcall
candidate Presidency, a thm
t Hna.J. J, CBTrrzn,ha resigned his (Me.,) In honor of .bis nomination, a coon concert of action in regard to the Vice Presi Whig old may who is could have nomination. He upcn .Ho l.at TbooiMVtlle, who will exhibit -
well bbt if he in his course got is
tt n.s S te. Mr. C. i the Whig can- started from its slumbers and rushed across dency. The South bad no determination up. yet be ; pnis. been th national manthereis to them a plan of the eronnd.
and has
ofthe always a
for the Whig is no most P. P. SMITH, Agetot.
Go Knrtorky in the fall tbe field. He wu immediately hunted down on this subject, and no choice upon it. They party
local in Us views and
coa'ng of
e c their Totes If they nothing ; June 10 15 47y4
::c. tad Idlet by a Demoeral (uy tc PDtaod! I wished ibfc orb 'a rcore united upon this Whigs of this city "i cut c& !

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i t1t 4!. ESSAYS UPON'mE MINDS OF ANIMALS! IN-1 Proposal* fo a Loan. Spices, Pice., 60 IAXDXalT T TIll Boot ad'Sh MAkIng.THEacerfhaYin rb. edtbe GLMuuw.w;

: ft I ConititHtioa of the State of flrda. I
'i : .' Pickles, pickled who is about the Stale, '
.Ranrax.i', leaving
: Of their apparent knovted e of the sciences April 17, 184S. nut and Tomato Ketchups, Olive Oil,Mustard the third .
: :&E.t f LED proposal will under the act C.p Proposed agreedtoly Gal respectfully IDfon. his friends and the A
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}; rL'.: and arts, and of their profusion, occvpaliont, SEA 31st March last, b reeive. p. .,OD .Pepper and Pepper Vinegar fresh ; tvhject action t z public bat be i is at present at the old stand,where
Sura"1 Gooseberries and in bottles,fresh Salmon, 1 t1 o
' '. and .plogsmlJ.-Bee..n Geometricians. Curant. A"emy be is to execute all work in his line with
'I! the 17th of Jane. 1848, (for sixteen Shad and Halibut *, and prepared 1JJE I
: Curry Powder
;. .: Their cells are so constructed as, with the lars of Ulite State stock, reimbursable twenty, Gayence, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger, Cur- Aue.by.AN promptness and despatch. He has on hand the finest informing 1
of material, to have the largest years after the Ut day of July, 1S48,bear Macarroni of tbe 5tb Ar- of calfskins, and a111.of m.leral and will GLASGOW is now performing 81
r 4f f{; f ; least quantity rant Jelly, ,Ruwia and American ACT \\o amend the 12lh Clause the GEN. .regu
? sized spaces and least possible loss of interslice. ing six per cent. interest pr annum, payable semi-of Isinglass Irish Mow, dried 'Currants, Prunes lice of (the Constitution of this State 1 that the TLEMEN'S make at abort BOOTS ntice.AND bt maDDer the Sw.nne River between Cob.aU/ .
the first of and July every
: -'i '. aooualr. on January and Citrons. of the Circuit Courts shall bold their offices SHOE derip Kev t is strongly tgZ"terials
tot t ;! t Jea. No bid will be received below par; nor Nutmegs. Mace, Allspice, Cinnamon, for K term of eight years instead of during i lion. Boot foltdIJt otberis and propelled by two eacioes. sad caoSu _
:. Ant.Lion. His funnel ent.lhere- Ginltr. charge He warrant -
shaped bid be unless style
] : So also is the witlany onidert one pr Clo"e.Vamilla Summer and good good renablf wi carrying one hundred toes burlfaca, e
the United I.ns Sge. Sorr bbaior. biB work to be equal to dune in o 400 bsJ
in its conformation of is dep. depository any plc cotton with suitable .
is correct as ,
Cl1 \ trap cxac'ljr sweet Marjoram Pech waters SECTIONJ it enacted by the Senate and Ill accommodations ( fcttt a
States at or before the date fixed for opening the pi o- For R. and lo give a* good satisfaction as to fitting a any of draft o "
the skillful artist of in General light requiring but "iT
if it had been formed hll most extract Rose. lon, Vanilla. Jiepretenlativei of the State of Florida singers eteniWn ?.
tI't The bids in all must be unconditional, other workman.
.... pOI. cu. LEWIS of eawatertherebyenabling lies i.
Forsileby That the 12th Clause to pcrfona
with the aid of the best instruments. jlitcmW/convened.
r.f our species, and
and without reference to the bids of others, '
: \ any December 20 regularly at all mjoas of the
4, 1847- the Slh Article of the Constitution of this State year between
1 t ...: should state distinctly the premium The b May 8, 1S47. 42 tf and ("
or ofert. so amended to read viz: Thai at bu 'Car Kelfin,Columbusvr7
r f A, The mole is a Meteorologist. proposals should be sealed,and 'G" Fine Perfumes, expiration: (a the present I folo\Y of the Judge DAY at 'o'cok. A. M. and Cei '

: 'i .:. Tbe bird called the II Nine-Killer" is ant for the the loan .flS43."ind, Washington addressed City D.to C.the The Secretaryof sums From the Manufactory of Latin, Paris. of the Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY Should sufficient nLitS1

also is the Crow the Wild Treasury the Ju.tice of the Supreme Court, age lo extended, o tbe interest.of *hippen "
t SuV'i': Arithmetician ; so which may b acepte will be required to be paidto HEDYOSMIA. Helilrope. Jockey Club ROe Ge- and lentione Judges of the Circuit Courtsshall be elected subscribers would call the attention of the her 10 perform two trip per week, !
1 Turkej and some other birds.Tfltf the d. United States nearest the Patchouly, Mignionette, the choice and extensive I will tl'"oiO'
: ". pi.. for a term bf eight yean, and shall hold their to assortment cherfutlcqlluce ID,
the Electric of of the respectively w Ambrosia Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,8cr. de la Reine ofce 1 an
'= The Torpedo, the Ray, and place persons hoe for that term, unle. sooner removed under provisions of GOODS, now receiving per DriabU'lnd 'botbe new to the
:* '' Eel I Electricians. offers may be successful; but the amount of the accepted Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, made .. this Constitution for the removal of Emeline. Their stock ha* been selected,with care, capacity to the one now As Jiuolh
: : are emploJt
bids bidders in the United Marrocain and .
I ) from not residing ess. Bouquet.
H fashionable establishments this pra
from the in ticable
The Nautilus is a Navigator. He raises Slates, be with assistant Also Glenn' Ashland Judge by address or impeachment; and for wilful most New b.t wi tripe up Ule
L. mast the treasurers Perfume, and Prejton ,
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depoitt and been reduced river
& of4 other reasonable which York price. wannee Spring 5-
neglect duty or cause, ; having porchu *,and
sails casts and weighs anchor, at Nw New Or. Extract of Floss Uppr .
his ,
4 ;. and lowers Boton, Philadelphia or Merri' Fragrant era. shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment, the they are enabled to customer at price Withlacoochie river. al Ip ..

' :;..: mid performs other natural evolution lean Farina Cologne-also the French and Governor stall remove any of them on the addressof proportionately loTbeir The undersigned weuld] further state that h

!44tJ,.., 11I& :. \ Whole tribes of birds are M usiC" 3.na.It. in To the give invelmtnlof an epporlunitlo.1. persons this stock I to participate bids will and American.Apia de Lavender la Reine and fine Florida Cosmetics Waters, rich,Pomades Bay Rum 1 two-thirds of the General Assembly,; Prooi.ded, ELDY CLOT other, proprietors of this boat, bare availed ll a

;..: : The' Deaver is an Architect Builder, and be received the lowest denomination olcertificatesauthorized Hair-oiUand Hair-dye, Shaving and Toilet Soaps, however I length in Tat address the cause and or entered cause shall the be state at of is of the best of materials and being manufactured selves improve of the the proi.iC of and an to act '!tiUe Aa arti,

It. \ Wood cutter. lie cats down the houses and by law-being (or fifty dollars-as wellas fine and coarse Combs, Brushes for the Head.Teeth, each House. JlndprovidedfurlhrrtTlt on t the cau'eor directly under the eye orMr. Stillman, all nee river, and for other purposes therein SB*.

, 4.'', dams.1l. : for higher sums. Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream, causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended i fear of thop-w&rk) is thereby and personspurchasing enacted at the last session of mention ifa' :

: The Marmonl is a Civil Engineer. He I IJH All certificates under books one of thousand the dollars wilibs in pots. For sale by LEWIS) &AMES. to be removed,and he shall be admitted to a bearing : may rely upon getting an article well Sale of Florida ; that they lh L.1tur. :
transferable the but all
on December 4, IS 17. 20
treasury; made. the article comprising their
; not onljr builds houses but constructs aqueducts! certificates for that sum and upwards will be transferable in his ( defence,before any vote for such removal 1, Among company pursuant to the provisionsunder or'i
pat i and in such cases the vote shall be taken JltfD WINTER STOCK the name and style of the Florida :
; and drains to keep them dry. on the books of the or by sha1 J'fLL Sal.IDt
dele 6 yeas and nays and entered on the Journals of each nat Improvement and Steam Navigation I
with attached the of the found the
coupons at optton maybe following:
The White maintain '
I c Ants a regular army To avoid expense, confusion, and multiplication of At the corner store under the Sentinel Office and House respectively. Elk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats. Black, The Company will soon complete their smn.wUnE'
i& : of soldiers.The Sec.2. Be it further enacted,That t the Judges first of which due notice will given ( parcel;: t
accounts all certificates with coupons attached will opposite the Phcnii Buildings, Brown and Invis. Green. Castor Beaver Sack,Sass b I
East India Ants are horticulturists ; be for the sum of one thousand dollars. appointed under this amended Constitutionshahl b Gotha, Mixt Tweed, and fancy Cassimer do Cotton and other product the ewifTJrS'

they make mushroons, upon which they feed The a'Jccsful bidders will be required to depositethe ARE NOW OPENING a choice and well selected divided bylot: into four clu e! The first class Pelot. and Blanket Overcoats, old., Heavy Pilot liberal cash advance, upon all properly I l
hold his of their office offices for the of .e. when required. As ap
rtment of CLOTHS CASSIMERS, VEST- or two Cloth soon .practicable
amount awarded in five equal instalments in each Beler Overcoat, and of Blk
their young. ,.t the second for the term of four 'pauthe third Cloak tae snitablepackefs will be .! :
of the months of July. /tuyust.September.October, INGS and READY-MADECLOTHING. The great year and Blue Cloths,Pantaloon, of Cassimer Mabhhe by the Comps I
Wasps are paper manufacturers. and November of the present year, for sums care and lute bestowed in the selection of these goods f...r the term of six year, the fourth for the term ol Bk Ribbed do., fancy BaCk, k & Striped between Cedar Key. Yok i sod ]N

' ; i: Caterpillars are silk spinners. not exceeding twenty thousand dollars except, where tbe warrant them in lyinJ to all who wish to purchase eight years. do.; ,Tweed, Satinet I and Jean*do.& ..: VESTS leans (or the conveyance of freight O. I'
good bargains,you do well to call and examineour [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority, of Black and thereby securing to all its patrons, a.nc..r
zc : The bird Ploceus Textor is wearer ; he bidder may be desirous of making immediate pay- 'il Farcy Satin, Striped and Plaid SJk
December ditious
stock. It would a great fax on time and 1S47. Passed the House of Representatives mode of transportation of tbeir
ment, in which case the whole amount at once pa. Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia, t
web to make his may Vehet
a nest. tience the different by the Constitutional C Slk either market a* well return ) J
\ruel The stock will bear interest in all ca- to enumerate style and patternscomposing majority January &c. ttc. a cargo to
; : The Primia is a tailor ; he sews the leaves see b depite.date of deposite.The this assortment : suffice it lo say that' a 1S43.] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloth. destination. The rates of transportation will ia t

t ? I together to make Lis nesr.SMxV. bills will be opened .t the Treasury Department I portion of these cloths and cas.imers are of *Brit April 15., 1818. 306m Cassimer and VetinF unmanufacturt consisting instance exceed those heretofore charged or aUoe l
for like
The is with chip or at 3, m., on Saturday, the 17th June, 184S, ain's Boasted Lustre,' and Ihec0thinglnd i in, pait of: Wool Dye services. but a material rtucliO
::4 ; Squirrel' a ferryman; a p. Notice. .-.*. .-i..i. ... ._.__1. fi
il .
article of their stock of ,
of bark for his boat and his tail for a in the piesence of all persons who may desire lo attend every a quality Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and the-- ---- -:-? ? "_, t/ciiuu. SfXMIa
a piece
: ; butunder provision introduced into the act tbat wi please the most fastidious. persons having claims against the estate of Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and increase of business shall waranllb
ALL reutic.
.- sail, he crosses a stream. of 31t of March lt. no bidder will be permittedto would mention that these CLOTHS are of H. Crowtl, late of Waknlla County, Castor do., French Black Cassimerr, do. Ribbed do. The facilities ofere to o pleasure

L Dogs, Wolves Jackalls and many others withdraw his On all bid not accej ted, the the finest texurf the best t English wool dye, French dec'd.. are requested present them, duly authenticated do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the all season of I the }ear,one.1,(

_,. 4 are hunters. amount deposited in advance will be immediately wool dye .Cassimer,London wool dye black, within the time prescribed by law, or they most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and' the most healthy and desirable retreats ro invalid*
-;; : The Black Bear and the Heron are fisher returned. The whole premium on the amount a- do.Cass.,French and German black cloths,do. Cass., will b baneJ ; those indebted to the estateare Fancy Plaid Satins,do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen and others in the State,and the beautiful and roman

t warde must be dtposite a part of the first pay French fancy Caisimers.VESTINGS earnestly tequested to make immediate payment. Velvets, Cashmere and Valencia! Vesting of Rich tic scenery of the Suwannee will, it is supposedotter
men. required in July next. of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin HARRIET M. CROWELL, Executrix. Velvet Plush, &c. &c. inucement to many to avail themselves of 1 pleas-

I :. The Ants have regular day laborers. R. J. WAL ER, 1 Silk, Woollen Velvet, Cashmere'! and Polkanett, Newport, April 1, ISIS. 372m ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF an excursion.
Cerro Gor lo and Cherubusco, Monterey'checked. This Company, having( they believe
I The Monkey is a Secretary of t the Treasury. I made all
rop.dancer. Hats and Caps(Monterey Bro. and
READYMADECLOTIIING.-Superior requisite for the
Fine blk. arrangement
April 29, 41Grceres 8tach'd. and
IS-S. ODfnjenC ac
j. Or : Aaoiaton of French dress and frock coats, do. English wool dye Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, < Underhirb. commodation of the public, (they solicit its

. t ;. Beavers present us with a moel Republicanisrd. &c. do. do., French Ca!!imcr Sack Coats, Doe-skin do., ALL persons, creditors, and legatee entitled to Blk Ital. Silk Cravat, Silk:and Merino do. age.For patron
black and fancy cloth Sack doe-skin or otherwise interested in the estate Fancy Satin do j Lambs Wool and Angola further particular, apply to D. P.
.4 The Bees live under monarchy. ITs 000 HAMS, SIDES, and coats,black beavercloth sack mixe over-coats, black opera of Anderson Snced late of Jefferson County, Rich Fancy S.tin and S Undershirts, SMITH & Co., Columbus, Mes r*. l1en.. HAR
: a SHOULDERS, Cloaks. Pantaloont fine black Cassimer,mediumdo. dtceast arc hereby notified to exhibit their claim Plain do Scarfr, 5 Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS, Madison, Mearr PUTNAM SMIT

,. ..j-; The Indian Antelopes furnish an example lOOt Ibs. best Leaf Lard, ., a great variety of fancy Ca!rimer pants of the within two years from this.date to the Jenny Lind Hhks. / !de Drawers, Cedar Ken, or to the undersigned. I ,
500 lb. Carolina Rice
, jc... of a patriarchal government. 20 bbls. St. Louis Flour, latest style. Pests of every description. Military undersigned, or the sme will b barred ; and all Blk. White and Col'd Kid/Gum Elastic. Suspenders, JAME TUCKER,

; $& Elephants exhibit an aristocacy of elders. 10 sacks R-o Coffee, Trimming, Ioier Shirts, Glove, Cravat,, sell- persons indebted to aid estate are requested to make Gloves, (Merino and Cotton Half. others
.t Wild Horses are said to elect their elders. 500 gallons choice Liquors and Wines, adjusting Stok., and almost everything immediate payment In hose, Columbus, Florida, January 22, 18. 2l ly
connected with WILLIAM SNEED, Adm'r.Jelcuol .
a gentleman's outfit.B. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belt ,
And sheep in a wild state, are under the 59 double rectified Whiskey, *
bbl. County, 18, .
4t P are lo execute all orders according Mach 35 3m Shoulder Braces &c. &-c-
f of chief 10 best Port Wine prtpue & :_ ___ ._ Jefferson Circuit Court.
% : control a military rain. to the
most t\les. 1-L.AKK
i : 10 Madeira Wine, appro\c &
4 N. B. By the next we expect receive U. S. MAIL LINE October 23, 1347. IN CHANCERY.

c Do good to your friend, that be may be 8 I Sherry Claret THE REMAINDER. 1 William Bailey, Adm'r. dt bonlt nan of Jobs Bel.

:' t more wholly yours; to your enemy, that be Sap, Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles, Olives, Orf.ifwr 16. 1R17. in W. BBLWORVH, Umy,deceased,.Complainant, ..
-- .
J y.. may become your friend. Catsup. Mustard, PepperGround Pepper : Sale postponed till let Monday in Attorney nt Law, Tilman D. e.
July. Jefendcnt.
tt'4!;;;: :: Such as have virtue a'ways' in their meuths.iL Green and Black Teas,&c., i-c., at the new grocery I Monticrllo Jefferson County Florida appearing to the satisfaction of the
': store of S. KNIGHT. Hamilton Tax Sales. IT Court,by
j ( '; and neglect it in practice, are like a harp, April 29, 181S. 41 S attend the Circuit Courts the Middle nil made in this cause, that Tilmao D. h.rifoylhe -

; : .;:: '. which emits a sound pleasing to others, while BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I From Tallahassee to Macon. WILL ,and of the County of Columbia of the said defendant, reside out of the State ol
. : fur sale before the
:: it'elf is insensible! of the music. expose Court House Eastern Circuit Florida. Forida. and in the State of Georgia,on notion of
Pure Sulphate of Quinine. door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Flor Through in forty-tico Iour from Tallahassee to for complainant: tt Ordered
, : : :good man care not for the reproof of subscribers have on hand two hundred and ida, on the first Monday in June, 15 IS,the following Macon, and to Charleston three days, Monticello,August 22, 1546. S the said Tilman D. Purifoy do I. sod answer, Tbat
,,' THE of desciibed property, or so much thereof will in time to take the Mail Boat the bill of filed] appear
: men. ) ounces Sulphate of Quinine,which they a pay .o complaint in.this cause within fourmonths
.: :;. E\crJlhilg great is not always goodj but hive obtained direct from the manuacturtr and the State and County Tats due thereon,for the year J\'orth the fourth day. Notce. from the date of tbe publication of I this or
all : they will warrant it to be a superior article. 1S47, to-wit : /HUEStage will leave Tallahassee: on Mondays, SIX month after present my fnalac- der or the said bill of complaint will be taken for
.? good things are great. We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines TheS W 1-4 of(he S El-lof section 33;the entire X Wednesdays Fridays, at 4 o'cok. A.'M., and voucher to the H
I ; Covet nothing over much. by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute section 34; the W 1-2 of action 3;; the E 1.2 of and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy e, Newton bate in and for Leon County, and apply for of published in sme newspaper printed in the Middle

iL =- _ orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, the S W 1-4 of section 26; all in township 2. range Albany, Americus, and Perry,) on Tueay', dismission a administrator of the estate of Joseph Circuit of Florida, once a week for the space of few
In Hamilton Circuit Court. on the most accommodating terms. 12, north and east; also the N W 1.4 of section 2, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, ., Allen, deceased. months. (Signed.)

fl}.; 4. MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.I We have also a few account yet due to us for the and the N 1.2 of scrtion 3, and the N E 1.4 of section time (or the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLEN THOMAS DOUGLAS, JxJge.
year 1&47. They are generally in amounts, 4, of township I. range 12,norlh and east, pur. Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. Administrator with the will annexed. December 15. 1S17. 4m
MAY TEEM, 134S. but if the whole could be paid .mal, would go port mg to belong to I the Estate of Hector W. Braden. M.,and arriving in Tallahawee on Tuesdays. Thurs. February 26, 1343. 32 6m 2

John Williams, } far towards li.uidatingcertain sums which we owe. ALSO-TheS E 1.1 of the S E 1-4 of section 31, day, and Slurdau.t 10 o'clock, P. M. This line Middle District of Florida
: M.. > Bill for Divorce. LEWIS AMES. township I, range 13, north and east, purporting to connects Rail RoadSavannah. Augusta Doctor John P. Duva
Prusia Williams, hi. Wife. ) April 29.1S4S. 41 & belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaires. Milledgeville and Western Rail Road lo Co- his citizen WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.
r : IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that JOSIAH T. BAISDEN. Sheriff.exoflicio Itmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mai Line OFFERS| and surrounding country Office Daniel Ladd, PI.int1 ,

. ; Prusia Williami, the Defendant in the above staled Cigars! Cigars Tax Cot Hamilton Co. 1847. from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and Ihtnce Apa. in Wm.Talabaslee! Building, over Hayward'i BookStore lID AtaluZB.
casedoes not reside in the State of Florida and March 11,1. S4S. 31-3mIff lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee. Thomas Lockba'rt. Defendant. S1
I J that the said defendant reside in the State of Geor 1 K fifin SPANISH REGALIAS just received : i ne aoove sine nas neen until tbe Columbus in three. days, and but_one night will be ] 32 NOTICE i i. hereby given lo the .id Tboaai.
I and for sale potpone Februar26,1849. .. ..11it.. ..._. .
by road .. -J ..:- t-
; first spent on between and ,.-
fa, to that the ordinary process of law cannot be Monday in July.Leon lie Talaha4sep Macon. ---- --- n .. .'.1"
served upon her: upon motion of M. D. L. Heeth May 0.1843. &H. GREENBERG &CO. The public may ret .surNthat every,attention will DR. ('. II. mINTING, abe cause, that the plaintiff Daniel Ladd, has .
. ,' Solicitor for Complainant, It it orderedbyMe Court 44 Circuit Cou.IN be paid to (the who may patronizethis this suit by attachment,issued (rom Ib.of

That service be perfected upon said defendant b EDWARD M. WEST, Line. SURGEON DENTIST, fice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit

: ; publication, according: lo law in that case made Creditor Bill fur icttlemrnt of Ettate. FARE: HAVING permanently located in QuincyFlorida, against: the land and tenements, o and chattels.

provided: Jlnd it it hereby od"r by the Court, Notary Public, James E. Broome and otheia, for themselves and From Tal ahasP to QlincYt 50; to Bainbridge, lenders his nice to the public' of the said Thomas Lkhat, beyond
't,; .' That the said Defendant appear or before the first TfLIiIASSEE, }'ORID. other creditors of A. M. Complainants, $5; to # 11. 822. in the various branches of his profession. From his : tbe limits of Ibis debt doe lo the said

t"l".. .. day of the next term of said Court to be held ont April 15, 1S49. 39 tt.TurbuttR. Gatin.. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietor. experience and success in practice, he feel Ladd on a promisr note, executed and d.livueIand

Wednesday! after the first Monday in October next, Beton,Sarah A. Betton,his Wife Executrix By JOHN M. Agent. of being able to please those who may asore. Perry rr bearer, dated the Sth
. i: an''e the complaint of the Complainant in his Spring and Summer Goods. of Gatlin, and others, Defendant 00- Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee-C.E.BAILEY Dr. B. refer. the public to of NoVmbr, 1S44, due one day after its date,&

... Bill (halt or they ,will be taken as confessed, and W HER CAS, By an order made by his Honor ,Agent; at Maj. NATHANSin Quincy. Col. W. T. STOCKTOX, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, was transferred from tbe said \ .
"l t -. the Cour grant such decree as shall seem proper THOMAS DOUGLA Judge, on the Itt December July 17, 1847. 52 Gen. C. H. DUPOJIT. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Perry by delivery for a valuable consideration the
.tl Ifl that case made and provided. IIETTON & HIGGS, 1847 in the above entitled cause,the undersigned Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited said Ld, now amounting principal and interest to

A true copy from the minutes of the Couit : now receiving a large and general assort was appointe among other things to take DR. J. REESE'S on at their residence a usual. the sum of three hundred and tweaty-
:!. JOHN S PURVIANCE Clerk. ARE of of SPRING AND SUMMER an account due to Complainants for their September II, 1841. 8 seven dolas and ffy.thre cent: Now the Mid

f ; June 5. IMS. 46 4m to which I they invite the attention of the public.GOODS, claims, and to nil other creditor of said A. M. Gat- LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE, all olhe person inlerle in Iheaboe
Itft, March 25, 1S4S. 33 lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur M. D. PAPY suit are hereby, required to or their
j : In Hamilton Circuit Cou. ther, .That the said Master do cause an advertisement I TERSONS of feeble constitution and those of se- appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the

;ix. : MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF New Goods-Spring Trade. to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper JL dentary habits, are often troublt with habitual cIIE'r 2 W said suit, on or before the first day of the nest May

,... SPRING TERM F.ORIA.. .- -. published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such costiveness, which cOca furts very, unfavorable Practice in all the Court in the Middle Circuit Court to be held in the said County, of Wa-

i : ;, THE STATE 0. FLORIDA: S.R BURNEY other public newspapers as he think proper for influence upon their general health,which is particularly WILL Office on the frt for of the Cap kulla,or otherwise judgment will be r ae't against
1' To 1.om it may Concern. tKo rrpdilnn;- r>f IK4.M. ; A 1'..shal /--.I.o ??",-- laD'etl' by irregularity nollolll.. of itol, South wing, room formerly occupied by the him or them by default.

;. WHEREAS. Elizabeth Stapleton i did, on the 117"OULD return thanks to the public and country in before him,and prove f their i dtbts; on or before the appetite. condition of the system, article Secretary of the Territory. DANIEL LADD.
:' ,: of .February last, file her petition Y' planters generally, for I the past liberal patron first day of May next; and that such of the creditor.whoahallnotcomeinandprovetheirdebtsby i is.co.nf.entr reommended.wllblhe assurance November 15, iSIS. 17 February 19,1843. 31
; \- for dower in the real estate of Alexander Sta- age he has received from them, and respectfully requests the time that, properly alju.ltd 1< a not to
.. 1.ldon.dteue. in the Circuit Court for Hamilton a continuance of the same. 1 have just re aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree move the bowel to actively, relief ma, be relied .JOHN ER5KIIVC Watches, Clocks, and
Cci red.per Warcallar,from New Yorka GENERALASSORTMENT and that such upon without any or even the least unpleasant Jewel
County Circuit of Florida: These are. ; persons, not parties to the bill, consequences ATTORNEY AT LAW REPAIRED.
therefore command all interested in said OF GOODS which call and exam who shall come in before the said Master to resulting from the use of common purgative -' .
estate personally to and persons before ine for yourselves. (heir debts, do. before prove m usually I Qulucy, Florida. TOWLE &MYERS, having secured the service*
. appear the Judge they are dicne. rtortNlo.
admitt diretor. attend the Justices' of Gadsden experienced workman who wilt .
March attend
1 t
36 to Court
$ : of said Court ( County and District, at the contribute to the complainants Ihtir proportion of Perlns may rely on thepreventive WILL
u the the
Circuit of Watches
Court Florida repairing and
Court House in said the of this suit properties of this medicine by it on o CJok exclusively,
b5 Countyon Wednesday after the eptns to be settled b the said using
,.. fiut in Master. And it the first intimation of an attack. Thereare and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia are prepat to do all work in tbei lin of bn* ae**
', Monday October next, being the fr.t day of In Jefferson Circuit Court. was also ordered that account approaching November22,1S-15. 19 tf well .
' \l nur next Term to show cause, if any they why be taken of all securities or collaterals held by the some constitutions liable: to regular attacks 01Bilo. promptly.November .
: SPRING TERM. 1S4S. fjC:>- Sentinel 6, 1S47. 16
::.: the said petition should not be granted, according to Charles L. Powell, ) creditors respectively, and a report be made of the Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of copy.
!' law ia that made 1 Petition same and of the value is recommended, beginning to
case and ( to Foreclose] Mort. of each. And it was also use i
J: t Wi'ne. John S. Puriance proVde., of said Court, $ gage of Personal Property.TiE ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories by the middle of May or first of June. LEWS & AMES, Notice.

'; this 27lb daT of MaT, A. D 181S, and 72d ArthurLlurney. and produce all books and in Those whose digestive organ are feeble often experience DEALERS ALL person indebted to the estate of Lour Joiner,
. ['EL ] of defendant and al persons interested, are their or paper a sense of fullness, weight and oppressionabout : of Hamilton County, are requested
year Ameucn Independence. cuIOy power relating thereto oath DRUGS dtces
notified of ,
filing of the Petition forForeclosure
the stomach alter to make immediate .
before this ]
l. JOHN S. Clerk. sid Master, as the said Master ball die eating wi6nd medicine ; Iboe Laving
:; June 3. 1848. PURVIArCE of Mortgage in Ibis cause, and they are rect." afford almost immediate i Toilet Articles," Pernmer &e., Window Glass, demant are requested to present them in term o
.I required to appear and plead to the same,if.n pleatbeyhaveaccorditigtolaw. Ladies near their confinement often ,
Now, therefore, all suffer from lw,duly
persons to be creditors PAl1E.I' AND COLORS, .uthenticale
lt Hamilton Tax Sale.BYvirtue The mortgage is personal of said A. M. are hereby claiming, of heartburn and costiveness: to such this article i i. .UIHE. JOINER, Adm'x.
: 1.', of the property, and wax made to secure the payment order, Gala pursuance highly recommended, it can be used without the Apothecrle5' Glass Ware Ac.rpHEabove February 19, 31
aid their
; power vested in roe by law, I of fifteen hundred dollars and interest. nolife claims, and the a hand & 2
for sale, before the Court House I vouchers support thereof, and all collateral and least danger and with great benefit. In lick o'r nervous constantly on ,and for sale at the

,' '.: door, in the town of Jasper Hamilton County,FJo- THOS.Slicitor JEFF. HEI securities therefor, before me, at my office in Talla headache it is invaluable.This JL lowest market prices. Furniture, Carpets, &c.for Sale.
jida on the first in for r. hassee, within the time in article will found to act a cor- LEWIS &AME AIR of handsome
Monday November, ISIS the March 11, ISIS. 34 2m lmite Sid order and dial and tonic b I pleasant Tallahassee, November 20, 1847. 1 Mahogany Parlor Conches,
": d otherwise comply with restoring (he appetite, and at the 1 handsome
'1'. folo1'ing -: palbe Sale County Taxes due thcreon for that they may be admitted .parties to tbe sid suit. same time fulfilling every intention that the common Notice and desk, 2 handsome I Doable Wheel Patent -
.!:,! the icar lf Wit\ : Just ,Received. Daipithigthrdt.vof. n..r..... A ,e." purjahvs are intende to effect. // it vurelv "'/ Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article ia
hereby to all interested
given that six U.
1 i:1 The SutbVtt quarter of Section 31. Township A T LEWIS 8. AMES Drug Store, a fresh supply SIMON TOWLE, Special i Master. according to the directions, IS months after date,I shall person final account Apply] lo J. R FORTUNE
[ I. *nce .. uth and Eut,purporiDg to belong to Xl. New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare December 4, JS47.- 2 ff afflicted will be found with an invaluable article,especially to those and vouchers to the Hon. Judge present of my Probate in and Feb. 5. ISIS. 29 At the Manufactory.
William J. Mills the Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver,
.p' John P. General for the County of Jefferson,and-apply for a discharge
i : JOSIAH or Dbility. Tax
T. BAISDEN, Sheriff, DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE TILLS Duval tlu Administrator of Sale.
AND the
aa of
estate Anna Brooks, Clectrs
Prepared by Doctor J. Reese
and RETORATn'F Griffin Pike .
" tt Tax ATTORNEY ,
I Hamilton Co.ior 41. county
o late of said T>Y of
' l. fc BITER Georgia and for sale by County,deeat.JAME virtue il me law, 1
? appointment at h
;, u.. April 3 I Designed for, cute pep Liver Com WILL practice in the Courts of Middle Fnrid., BARNARD Jr's., R. BROOKS JD shall expose fo sale, before the Ilou.i.

plif. Piles, Scrofula, J.undice-and all kindred Court of Appeals and the Unilt Slate Drug Store, Jefferson County, Oct. 30,157. door, in the city of Talaha on the first Monday
Notce. : i, ALL persons who any demands against the elate of blood. Office in Wm. WiUou'n Buildings,over Hayward's Deaf and Dumb Asylum 1 much thereof pay the
f': of Theophilus Beatty, decea*d. are DR. HULL'S WORM Book Store, Tallahassee. ,I Monticello, : and County taxes due thereon for the 1647 Sate

: li ,reby notified to present them 'ithot delay to theuudcmJgne. The safest, most effectual, and LOZENGE February 243, 18.! 32 I HARDY BRYAN Quincy.I -. OF KENTUCKY. Section Township I, Range I,yea l and E, purporting

.; or toJ.me T. Archerseent of the un- before tbe puble. for the eradication of preparation WORMS, in Arent for Thomas ('TTHE' subsribru the resident agent of the said to belong to W. G. Gould.

s deraigne. ELLEN A BETY. Children Notce. May 22, 1841. 44 county Geria. n ulriE Theopbilu BUr. deeed. HULL'S COUGH SIX months after undersigned will pre termt to auitpurchasersabout Four Thousand Acre and ex cjfici Tax CoHettoi Lu C.
April 2iJ. I 18-18.:' 41 Will PHEVEXT Consumption,LOZENGES and his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable of LAND,situated in the county of Jackson, in the January 2! 1S4S. 28
Colds. Asthins.SnittinoI Rlnnrf-CURE al cases of Judge of Probate of Lon County and annlv fcr li-l- Notce.SIX State of Florida. Also, tbe Right to Locate, to a "
Notice. in. k.
< .cj-: .
: trrs of dismission t'h'e''e months after datt. preset. accounts limited extent. O. W. HUTCHINS
Shortness of Breath, and all other i a administrator of t of my ,
ALL creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to Pulmonary Com Henry J. Gukins, late of said County, deceased. vouchers lo the Hon. Judge of Probate of The above lands were Iptt at an early date,by
? .: !. inn in the Estate of Beatty. -ALSO- WESLEY MANNING, Adm'r.By Jefferson county, and apply for letters of dismission an eaperiencedjudge,and ae bdie't to be amongst AUCTIONEER ,
deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. a Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, the finest in the county. TALLAHASSEE, VLA. {
'p d man.will b barred at the expiration of Iwo years DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, February 19, 1849. : 6m late of Jefferson county, deceue. C. H. DUPONT,
I' j: (ror granting of letters testamentary to the uo- Well known I a Safe Certain, and Effectual Care ) HE1RY Admn'r.October Jgent of D.l D.A. of Ky. SALES any part of the county attended to,. I

d.rigne unless the same are exhibited within the for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittentand Newport Mineral Spring. 1C;< 13 Cm Quincy, June 47., 1517.. "y colicited. 1
to the all other Fevers. reduced to SeventyJiveCentt p .UJNElCES: I
to June T.
.a: Archer her years or per Box. Pre DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. "Notice. Martin Smith Thorn H. BOND Esq., I LLOTB &FUN,
Attorney. ELLEN A. BEATTY. The abote Medicines, fiesh and genuine, are for undersigned, being fully empowere QIX month after date, the undersigned adminisO & J. W. AaoYLJ E. I| D. C. WJLX. Ee1<|'

t'. t.c: Executrix of Will ofT B.tI. decra ed. sale by LEWIS kAME .TIE| make waranle titles. I ha tratrix of H he estate of B. Commission and Forwarding Merchants January 22. 18 27

3d, 1849. 41 .. around the above Springs will tier F.Lpolbdeae No.
Apri e. present account and Poydras Street,
r For certificates of oil in good size dwelling lots of of Thomas Jeff Heir,
recommendation and lid
Notice. other information upwar an Judge of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to NEW.ORLEANS
concerning the above Medicines future each, which he now offer for loW. Plans discharged as administratrix of said efat b ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW

SIX weeks. after date, we shall apply to (he Hon. advertisements, and pamphlets, which may be obtained of the same, with terms, &c., can be seen at Dr. E. i LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. N. M. MAHTI.V-C. W. SMITH-THO.. J THOJIIf. practice in the Circuit Court in oe I

Judie .o the Probate Curt in and for Bent on of the Agent. Barnard'sTallahassee. First come has first choice.DANIEL F.bnrry26,18IS. E E 3 6m Refer It WILL of the Middle Circuit and in the Supreme

( ounh. nib n.rica for ,o? administrationon March 18, 1848. 35 L'VDt.* J. W.Argyle,A. Beatwick, S. S.Sibley,TIUahusee. Court and United States District Court at
on estate of Cales Ling late of sid County, Newport, February 10, IS.18. 31 i Attachment J. L Smalwo.R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. Tallahassee.Monticlo.Januarv.

t' dee.c. I 30 29.1S4S. M
T. JENKINS. } Cabinet Making, &c.. Notice. Jn Justices Court for the District efLeon county.Daniel .
JOHN B. AlLEN S JAdmri / 10-PARTNERSHIP. have QIX month after date, the Administrator 2
undersigned as- of the Coffee.Ofk
Bnto .unIJS.( FMay f., 1648. 42 6tloe \J sociated thmtlYlloidber.n from this date I..) estate of R. Humphrie*. deceased late of Leon B. Fshcr| Agent.for William E Filer, Notoe. .

J't'4r : the two .hor business conducted Cwimfy, wi present his fDa account voucher .tt.Torri ALL persons, legatees, entitled to dis- BAGS OLD JAVA COrFu
Ice lo! & VINCFJUIOETS. They lo the Judge of of said a and Welborn. or otherwise interested in the estate /OV30 do. Rio

:, deliver ICE at tie Ice House prepared to do descriptions of work in heir line are, pray 'for a discharge from County, rHE defendant and all other are hereby notified of of James M. Sloan, late of Jefferson County, deeas. 23 do. Laguira do.
THEIbrib.wi orninr.at< with fidelity and despatch,and on u reasonable terms November 27, 1847. nicadmini.tntin. comirfeocement of this .uit, returnable to a are hereby notife to exhibit their claims Jest re.be and (or sale by
every cent. It 61 Justice Coort.to held at Tallahassee tbe Sept. 18. LLOYD fc
r b on 12th within years from this date to the rLAGBuge
for cash
5 lb. or approved acceptances as workmen demand
tail the let or cents town. any in
HO. pe op day of June to and
a Ibe the country. Tie continued patronage of tbe DR. J. S. BOND appear plead to thesame. undersigned, or the same will be barred : and all .
living ID surrounding rilLwr.es pub .
Peon wi b Given {under my had and lat, Ibis 31st indebted lo said requested to make Sae
lic inmost persons
Ic. at the Ice House for 31 "l.
b'q ( per rpeluUYllcite.F. OFFERS profeional.enice to the citizens March, A. D. IS-IS. immediate Tap EV
reuad by Ibe )hnodred weigh GERARD 1. surrounding country EDWARD M. WEST, (ISUL ] JAMES R. Sheriffof JUS made expressly for 'tbi market. Aff>U
T Offi
J DA7TJ.VTallibiiMe.Miy e Ct Fisbe'* H/M. Justice of the .
I. a Peace. Jefferson County to
4 TaiipnuaeeNv.mbir 6 Adm'r. WHITN
O'1SI5' 19 R
41 -15 tJ
11. J,2g, .
& 161. t April I 1,1845 37 3 rebruyI9,154. 31 March 25. 1818. 3 At Tin

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