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: July 1, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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1 General William or O. Butler, ffi go Let icral federalism good. now unfurl &r banners.._.the> .SI'

OF KEXTCCKT.HIS T 0' A wider and the plainer, the better. We trust
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CAMPAIGN WITH GEN. JACKSON. insulted people and! .tuli6e this cont'lre, anohfr D Inlelf'1 again to ap.b

Shortly after bin return from Canada. Ensign e peal Io the passions_by a new crusade, in
Butler was promoted to a captaincy in which men an to be made inferior to principle .
the regiment to which he belonged. Hut as - _n__ __ : \- ____ -- __ __ _A *, and lie interests of our greM country }
this promotion was irregular, being made over BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA lost in lb,blind pursuit of power and place.-
the head of enior> officers in that regiment, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1848 VOL HX-XO. 50. Can he foderal opposition avoid an and!

a captaincy was given him in the 4 itii, a new. ._.&s_ .____ - distinct avowal of their objects, if opn irpr'nciples
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If raised regiment. When freed from parole, tie, much confusion necessarily ensued, and f fure, even ihe association with his Trteran tFI" the- --Oho Slatetman. tion and by-British gold. These- facts- made : ? Will the masses submit to a IT.

by.f'xcbangen! 1814, be instantly! entered on many officers became separated from their chief of which he was so prouJ, and retired MORE Op TiE FEDERALISM. OK GI. CASS. the office the most responsible one within. inc etition oftbe disgusting scenes of 1840 .11t'1 rep
active duty, with a company" which be had re. command!!! It more than once occurred during in 1817 to iH irate life. If instpad relying [upon mere groundless appointing power of the and be harJ-cider partisans drowned the appeals to
cruited at Nashville, Tennessee. His regi- the fight, that some of our officers, through assertio to prove that Gen. CASS, while a chose from the able Irt'lident.mn popular reason in tumult and excitement T
: ordered to join General Jackson in mistake entered the lines Also! Poor Harry Clay!-The Louisville I among country We bel.Vve, that the
went was enemy's ; and the minor, was a federalist, (the papers of that one whose patriotism: and Democracy bad sincerely, day o inch u.t.i.t..
tie south ; but Captain Butler, finding its British officers in like manner entered ours. Democrat says : party had gone to the-documentary history of been tested. deceptions Las come and gone. The oVmo- .
movements too tardy, pushed on, and effected The meritorious officer in command of our The long agony is over The great embodiment the country, tlt would have fuunJ evidence If from these f.tcts-if from this cratic party: al all ev-nU, invokes-no support
that junction with his company alone. Gen. regiment, at the! commencement of the' battle, is laid on the shehfforever I He gen. throwing light upon this subject.' We from the record," whiggery can derive proof sin. for its car.t.'itlutrs! not basd upon the judgment
,, Call, at that time' an officer in Captain Cut. lost his position in the darkness and confusion, erously forgave thoso who had been ler's company, (since governor of Florida] ,) in and was unable to regain it until the action I to go off after strange gmls,.before they knew even though they do not give us the customary against one "who, at the call of his country leave nothing in doubt a to its court. The
, a letter addressed to :Mr. Tanner, of Kentucky was over. In this manner, for a short time, his purposes, but what will he i ow think of I credit. rallied to her and! whose nameand party of country and of progress, it will never
/resents1 as :an eye-witness, so graphically the the regiment was "without a commander, and I his unexpected desertion ? He thought: him. S .MOSD&T, March 2, 117. fame is dear standar( people of the West, be found wanting ia the houroftraor! hesiSating -
bare which Captain Duller had in the campaign its movements were regulated by the platoon self necessary! to the harmony and success of The following! written message was received they arc welcome to it. when a en ing wrong invites Io bold:
which followed, that it may well supersede officers which increased the confusion! and irregularity the party which be h-s led su louj-!buttuej f.0) the President of the United States and decided action. It dares federalism tn
any narrative at second hand. i of the advance. In thin critical have given him to understand<<: they can do by 'I r. Coles! his StCrrt' From the Drlaieare C1:'! of June !I'; d.. its worst ; but in the spirit of manly ansi I
TALLAHASSEE:: !! April. 1811._ I tittntion!t ; and in the heat. of the battle, Capt.: I better without him than with him. Oily: .T the Senate of ihr I'nitcil State. : A IJLACK COCKADE FEDERALIST.. chivalrous warfare, it demands that there shall
SIR : I avail myself of the earliest leisure I Ilutler/ as! the senior otncer present, assumed thirty two votes remained true. Bea'cn! by nominate LEWIS CASS, of,I Ohio,to be Not being able to find serious charge b, no more ambmcades more
1 have had since the receipt of your letter of J command of the regiment, and led it on most everybody Beaten by his opponents again Marshal for the District) of Ohio. againstlbe public or private any character Grn. I I 6bting-no. more piratical trick, g.ri.
the 19th! of February give you t reply. gallantly! to repeated and successful charges, and again, and at last beaten and mortified by "THOS. JEFFERSOX. Cass, the whig editors and orators assert that us upon a fiiir, open field ; and, with the b'es-
A difference political sentiments will not until the fight ended in the complete route of his own party-even by Kenturkey. This March 2, 1607." he was a federalist in dajs long past, and sing of God, democracy ,,'i rout the I legions
induce me withhold the narrative you have the enemy. We were still pressing on their has been brought about by political intrigues. Rrsolccd? That the Senate do advise and wore a black cockade. We are assured of the oppositionunder any banner, led even
requested, of tie military services of Colonel rear, when an officer of the general's staff When the Whig Convention met at [Frank consent to the appointment agreeably to the by gentlemen acquainted with Gen. Cass by the hero of Birena Vista.hir.elf
William O. Butler, during tIe late war with rode up and ordered the pursuit discontinued. fort, it was not prudent to array Gen. Taylor nomination. from his boyhood to ihe time, that
Great Britain\ bile attached to the army of Captain Butler urged its continuance, and ex. openly against :Mr.\ Clay, but Mr. Crittendrn Urdcrd, the Secretary by this reso. there is no truth in the report present; that from his Jn11 the Ja/Wtl.irgus.
the South. My intimate association with him, pressed the confident belief of his ability to had written a letter, giving assurances that lution before the President of the U. States." earliest manhood ho was a firm and consist. TiE BRITISH OUT AG.-INS GE.V. CASS.
in camp, on the march, and in the field, has take many prisoners, if permitted to advance. Mr. Clay would at the proper time withdraw. -See Executiva Journal, vol. 2, pages 53 and ent democrat, and never wore a black cock Tb first gun from the subjects of Qeen
I perhaps made me as well acquainted with his But the order was promptly repeated, under This had the effact. It relieved the friends 54. ade. But were it true that he started a federalist Victoria. has been beard on nomination
merits, as a gentleman and a soldier, as any the well founded apprehension that our troops of Mr. Clay. If be did not run, then General Thus the federal party have good foundation at a time when three.fourths of all the of Gen. LswzsCas The tidings of his nomination .
I other man living. And although w.e; are now might come in collision with each other-an Taylor would du; and Taylor delegates were for a charge (hit will unite the whole! federal tt'r in the Union were of that party, it have struck terror into their bosoms,
standing in opposite ranks, I cannot forget the etcnt which had unhappily occurred at a pie. chosen-men who professed great devotion to party against Gen. Cass, for the fact that lit would( be no objection to him now, for the and they are railing out against him with a ::4
days and nights we have stood; side by side vious hour of the figh'. No corps on that :Mr. (lay as their first choice, but still!! de. receivedhisfirst i appointment horn the hands federalists were a high.minded htnora. much violence a the Baltimore American
facing the common enemy of our country, field was more bravely led to battle than the termined to go for Gen. Tailor. The, politicians Thomas him fromreceiving l Io in the main, and ant and the New York Courier and Enquirer.-
sharing the same fatigues, dangers, and privations .rorrimonl.... ... _rnmrnnnAeA........ .. liv C'nfnin_. _Fliitlpr__ ', _nnrl! of Iventiir.kv. with Mr._ LriflpnrJpn... attheirhadwIoove son.wi prevent ; party, J.' probablynave .. Thl iTtiaTG used bv lie envinns_ _____ __ _Hr._. '. -.,.i..-
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and participating in the same pleasures no officer of any rank, cave ihexiommander- their; own positions -I But to' gratify Whiggery, and to funmh time bad it not been ascendency for the conduct tie present of ; tU-idtntcal with that of Whig prints .1.a
and enjoyments. The feelings and sympathies in-chiet, was entitled to higher credit for the their affected attachment to the fortunes of them wits more documentary we again (their leaders, under the elder Adams, in showing a cordiality of feeling exists
springing from such associations in the achievement of that glorious night.A I Clay, are really tired of the man who has I quote from the same volume, proof pages 163 and sing the alien and sedition laws. As !te wearing pas.. between the British and the Whig leaders, *:e,
days of our youth can never be removed or short lime before the battle of the fe
it and their mutual anxiety for the deeat of that
impaired by a difference of opinion with rf'. January, Captain Butler was detailed to com. State ; and entered into an intrigue to'set him U FRIDAY, January 25, 1811. was worn, a part ofthe national uniform, and fearless: defender of American rights and in-
gird to men and measures: when each may I mand the guard in front of the encampment.A aside. In this they did not represent tin The following written message was received worn indifferently by all military men and terests. As an evidence of Brituh feelinjr.
T.ll believe the other equally sincere; as himself house standing near the )bridge, in aifvance | Whig party of this State. It remains to be from the President ofthe United States, miny others, whether democrats federalists.No we quote: the following from the ALBION."
; aid when the most ardent desire of bothis of his position, Lad been taken possession of seen if the faithful will be whippod in. by Mr. Coles, his Secretary : disgrace could attach to the wearing it, the organ of British interests and prejudice
to sustain the honor, the happiness, and I by t the light troops of the enemy, from whence'! ----- To the Senate of the J'ni'ed States : as it was the badge of patriotism. It was published in New York :
prosperity! of our country. they annoyed our guard. Captain Butler determined Grnra Excitement. anJ Great Rio!-The 6 I nominate LEWIS CASS.ofOhio, \hose worn by the father of Gen. Cass, who was .Had any other candidate been nominated,
Soon after my appointment in the army of I I to dislodge them and burn the house. Meeting at Tammany--and the Taylor commission 8 Marshal will expire on the 2d on officer in tho army, and resided in this we should have contented ourselves with an.
the United States, as a lieutenant, in the fall J Jof I I He accordingly' marched to the attack at the Meeting a:Lafay flic.-La:'t night two tremendous day of March' next, for Marshal ofthe districtof city with his son Lewis-a boy of seventeen nouncing the fact. ; but Gen. Cass has on re.
1814, I was :,rder'd to join the compan.of head of his command but the I ratification held of manifested SO HOSTILE
] enemy retired meetings were -one Ohio, for four )years next ensuing that date, -in the year 1799. Some years after this jra'ed Cca.iv.
Captain Butler, of the 44th regiment of infantry I!. before him. Seeing them retreat, he halted the Cass men, at T'mnnny, anj the other of &c. JAMES MADISON."January period, the federal party was beaten by Thomas A FEELING TO GUEAT BRITAIN that
then at Nashville, Tcnn'ssee.rllen I his! guard and advanced himself accompaniedby the Taylor troops, at L'uayette:= Hall. The 24, 1911." Jefferson ; and Gen. Ca's, then of we must add OUR EXPRESSION OF UEOSET
arrived and reported myself I found the com.// two or three men only! for the purpose( of Tammany meeting was a .-.'rnrn.i'us: aCur On the '2Sth-of the same month, (see page and a resident of Ohio, was one of his supporters age. at seeing him in this prominent p"iti' h<>. .1 r4ti
pany under orders to join our regiment burning the house. It was an old frame building full enthusiasm and harmony-vo crowdedwas I 101,) the nomination was confirmed by the ( and from him received his first appointment fore the country. WE CAOTFORGET
sou'h. The march-mostly through an un- weather-boarded, without ceiling or plaster the hall, that a met:: ip was !I.pld under Senate. to office. Upon thp ascendency of the HIS UNDISGUISED AND REPEATED
fettled wilderness-was conducted by Capt. I in the inside, with a single door opening the bright moon in the Park 'i he Tailor! I Again we quote: from the same volume, (seepages democratic party, the uniform ofthe army EFFORTS, when Minister at the Court of
Butler with bis usual promptitude and energy, j to the British camp. On entering the house, I meeting in a riot and row. The Clay 3'J.) and 320 :) was changed, and the black cockade no li n. IrancE to plunge Great Britain and France
and. by forced and rapid movements, we arrived -I he found a soldier of the enemy. concealed in men, in the fury of their dis'ppoiltrentlt I "I iitItsDAY, February 18. IS 13. formed a part of it and ibis is the reason I I. a "exe>d question of ihe right ol arcb.Th. .-
at Fort !Montgomery, the headquarters one corner, whom be captured, and sent to the to Lafayette Hull! and but fur the good sense I The followingvritten message was received ger, as we suppose, why;the uninformed asso. ... n.-.* .h.*- .han. .rnnl.minKf.......!<.... of Gen. Jackson, a short distance above the rear of his men, remainingalone in the bouse. and humor of Mr. Gerard, would have sackedthe from the President of the United Slates ciate the idea federalism with the black sub rosa. accordinl to the lax 'mode of
Florida line,just in time to follow our beloved While lie was in the act of kindling a fire, a whole concern and thrashed all the Taj Jlor! I by :Mr. Coles, his Secretary : cockade. diplomatic moratty urged as his arguments ,
general in his bold enterprise to drive the enemy detachment of the enemy unperceived, occupied men's jackets. I To the Senate of th I niled Slates: The following letter, from Gen. Cass him were through the medium of public let.
from his strong position in a.neutral ter the only door. The first impulse: was to The friend of Clay had better give up the .I nominate the' persons whose names are ) is a sufficient refutation of the culumny : (era, they were dirijrerfMnto the p"aceof E<..
ritory. The vanguard of the army destined force, wtb: his single arm, a passage through ghost qtiietl' }-they wi have to do if, whetheror stated: in the lists, annexed to the enclosed: let. self NEW YORK Dec. 17 1842. rope, and OFFENSIVE GREAT BRIT.
I for the invasion of Louisiana had made Pen- them ; but be was instantly seized, in a violent I no. Gen. Cass be a s'rongercandidate! tens of the1 Secretary of War, for the appoint. AIN, with whom the country he represented
t sacola its headquarters, and the British navyin manner, by two or threo stout fellows, who than many think.-.JV. Y. Herald. ments and promotion respectively proposed. :MY DEAR SIn : I have received your let. was at peace. :"
the Gulf of Mexico had rendezvoused in pushed him back against the wall with such I "JAMES MADISON. Set of this day, and have no difficulty in gir- The debates on the Oregon question a.sain .
that beautiful bay. force as to burst offthe weather-boarding from What a Gentleman miy do and what he February 19, 1813." ing a prompt and unequivocal answer to the furnished Gen. Caw with opportunities
The penetrating sagacity of Gen. Jackson the wall, and he fell through the opening thus may not da.-He may ca'fY a brace of pa. .WAR IEpAHTin\T, Feb. 18, 1813. questions you present to me. for renting is ilLuill TOWARDS US and
discovered the advantage of the position as4uped made. In an instant he> recovered himself, ridges, but not a leg of mutton. He may :.t SIR : I Jiave the honor to propose! for I am a member ofthe democratic party his disposition to bring on a war. And still
by the British forces ; and, with a decision and, under a heavy fire from the enemy, he seen in the omnibus box at the opera, hut I approbation,the following appointments in the and have been so from :nr youth. I was first the A DIOSIT J RANKLES. IX HIS
and energy which never faltered, he re. retreated until supported by the guard, whichhe not on the box of an omnibus.! He may be1 1| additional army, authorized by the act of Jan. called.into public life by .Mr. Jefferson, thirty MIND, i 1r may judge from the late debates,
solved to find his enemy, even under the flag ., immediately led on to the attack, drove the seen in a stall inside the theatre, but not at a uary 29, 1813., Joux ARMSTRONG. six )t'ar ago, and am a firm believer in the in thf S. Senate on th proposed relief to
of a neutral power. This was done by a ;I British light troops from their strong po'ition! stall outside onf. He may dust! another per. "The President i of the United States." principles laid down by him*. From the faithas Yucatan."
prompt and rapid march, surprising and cut. 1 and burnt the house in the presence of the two son's jacket, but m tat not brush his own.He .- .CMto.-,Duncan McArthur, Colonel ; Robert taught and received in bis day, I have nev. [ The time has not yet come for in to bear
ting off all the advanced i.ickets. until we are armies. I may kill a man in a duel but be musn'teat Lucas Lieut. Colonel; Joseph Jrnkil"ol, er swerved a single ins'ant. from the British press across the Atlantic, but
rived within un.sLot of the fort at Pensacola. I witnessed on that field, many deeds of i a peas with his knifr. He may thrash a Major LEWIS CASS, Cdonel; Win. Col- With great regard, when we d.there will! be a terrible howling !
The army of Gen. Jackson was then so inconsiderable daring courage, but none of which more excited coal beaver, but he rnusu't ask twice for soup. gave, Major," &c. I am, dear sir truly yours, TheV Cass to the same extent that
J as to render a reinforcement of a my admiration than this. Fe may pay his debts of honor, but he need On Saturday, February 20, (see page 326 LEWIS CASS. they did G n. Jackson, and will, therefore,
t single company, commanded by such an officer Captain Butler was soon after in the battle not trouble himself about his tradf'smen'l bills. of the same volume,) the nomination Lewis Hon. MAIILOX IIcKERSO: pour out their venom most unsparingly But
as Capt. Butler, an important acquisition. of the 8th of January, where he sustained his He may drive a stage coach, but be musn't Cass, and most of the o'.Lers: were confirmedby what will true Americans say to all this ?_ *;
f And although there were several companies previously high well-earned reputation take or carry coppers. He imv. ride a horseas I the Senate. Revolution!-We do not know when we have U.Illhey'! not cherish love and sustain Gen. k4
i. regular troops ordered to march from Ten. for bravery and usefulness.! But that battle, I jockey but he musn't exert himself in the Again, on page 355 of the same volume! we been more astonished than by the open and Cass, to the extent that be is haled and de.
i neuee at the same time, Caj>tai.i Butler's, by which, Horn its important results, has eclipsed: least to got his lixing. I.t" must never forget find the following! : unqualified avowal ofthe New York Express!, nounced by the British Tory pre.1 and their -.
i his extraordinary energy and promptitude, was those which preceded it, was but a slaughter: t' hat he owes to himielf as I gentleman, but !I .FRIDAY, June 18, 1513.'a "as Congress i to be the Gorernment faithful allies here in the persons oftbe Whig 4a.
the only one which arrived in time to join j of the enemy, with trivial loss; on our part, he need not mind what he c wes as a gentleman : The following written message was received under Gen. Taylor, to securing" that Congress leaders ? Great Britain found these Whig .
this expedition. His company formed a part and presenting few instances individual dis. to hu tailor. He fri r -. a-iUhing, or from President: the United States, all our efforts must be bent. leaders her most faithful allies in the settle
of.the centre coumn .of attack at 1 Peusacola.i tinction.! anybody, i in Iactwhhin. t tli? run. ff aJ gentle. by Mr. Graham : \V,give it precisely ave find it quoted in men! of the North bunar and the
street we entered was defended I by) a bat- I Captain Butler received the brevet rank of i man-go through: .be insolvent uelttor's COlt, "*7u the Srnae rf the United Stales : the National Intelligencer, italics! and all. Orp"on---n -- niiffsfinn.-J-------., and---- -.Ji: ," -,. ,-. __.n.,I .C.__
(cry iti front, which fired on us incessantly, 'major for his gallant services during that I or turn billiard marker, but he must ne'e on -*. Commissions having been granted, during Look at it. ye mt-n of the South, and weigh teems thrnaccc..dingvHeroTc! ; wi! necejsarily -
while several strong block-bouses, on our ; eventful campaign, and the reward of merit any account, carry a brown taper parcel, or the recess .ftbe Senate Io the following! per. it we I. CONGRESS IS TO BE THE be raised in.fan.r of the "'h; nom
,, flanks, discharged upon us small arms and ar. i was never more worthier bestowed. Soon appear in the street with.l* a pair gloves.! sons, I now! nominate them to the offices GOVERNMENT UNDER GEN. TAY. inees, but the freemen oftbe Union will take
tillery. But a gallant and rapid charge soon after the close of the war, he was appointed S. 0. Delta. re"ptctirel.annexcd to their names.sara LOR. care of CASS AND BUTLER in spite of
carried the guns in front, and the town immediately aid.de.camp to Gen. Jackson, in which f>'a- "June 10, 1913.: J AS. MADISON." President Log is to be given to the Union both home and for.ijn opposition.As .
surr.e dcred. Fro '. One of these by the Whigs, who is to sit still, with his arms we have said before the British
tion he-retaaiiied until he retired from the ar Killing curses to Following, on page 356, is a lid of owe
In this fight Capt. Butler led orr his company Since that I have seldom bad ap.pointments folded, and see the constitution, which he has Gen. Cass a serious "grudge" about bis Ae.featirg .
my. period, Canada, a June frost, occurred i:this vicinityon among which is LEWIS CASS,
with his usual intrepidity. He had one the pleasure! of meeting with my valued friend the morning of the 1st of June, ((Thursday.) to be General, to date in rankfrom sworn to support, overturned ; and Congress tbe'Eurnpean Quintuple treaty, and
officer, Lieut. FJournoy, severely wounded, and companion in arms, and I know but littleof The wind bad been to the northward for a Brigfirr is to be TiE government wp may now look out for them to spit out all
and several non-commissioned officers and bis career in civil life. But in his June Where will (under such circumstances! ) be their spite. He depriofd them of their long. S
camp, couple of days, and weather! was exceeding On Monday, 2M, I,13, as will be
\ privates killed and wounded. j elevated principles!, his intelligence and gen. ly cold disagreeable! ; the frost, therefore, I seen by reference to page 373, the appoint. the compromises of that glorious instrument ? sought license to ptay the tyrant on every
From Pensacola, after the object of the ex. erous feelings, won for him the roped and was anticipated. It did an immensity of dam ment of Lewis Can and sixteen others, were Trodden under foot, and the dearest rights of ocean. ," and they will stimulate! their Whig
pedition was completed, by another promptand confidence of all "who knew him ; and wherebe age. Whole fields of potatoes were cut oIL confirmed, while the large majority ofthe ap. the South crushed, and crushed forever !IWe allies to be merciless and unsparing In their
rapid movement wo arrived at New Or. is best known I will will say no more at present.-Union. I assaults him LetTHE PEOPLEthen
venture to say he is what corn was tip was destoed, fruit trees pointments rmde at the sam lime, were post. upon ,
leans a few weeks before the appearance of still most highly appreciated for every attribute were blighted, and large quantities garden poned. From the rally to the rescue of this American ebampi-
the enemy. which constitutes the gentleman and the 8luff were irreparably injured. is yet sufficiently Again, on page 464 of the same volume, we Ptnn8J"anian'THE on from the hands of all his enemies, and place .1
; On the 23d of December} the ligna1. unf soldier. I early in the season to I and plant find the following : DEtCR.TIC him at the bead of our government by an all.

1 f announced the approach of the enemy. The I I am, sir, very respectfully, potatoes and corn again, hut the injury doneto .MOMJAY, January 31, 1514.'a Returning from (be arduous sessions of the glorious vote !
prerious night they bad surprised and captur. It. K. CALL.Mr. I the fruit trees cannot be made good. Making The four following written messages were Democratic National Convention, it is cheer.
ed one of our pickets ; had ascended a bayou, WILLIAM TAXNHH. I mention of fruit blossoms reminds ofa received from the President of the United ing to witness the unanimity and enthusiasmof The Louisville Democrat says, that duringone CI.
disembarked, and had taken possession of the General Jackson's sense of the 'services: singularity in the present Spring. No U one Slate, by Mr. Coles, his Secretary : the democrats of Pennsylvania in favor of of the late-battles in )felio. a soldier,
left bank of the Mississippi, within six miles Butler in this memorable campaign, was in these parts has yet seen a plum or greengage U To the Senate ofthe United States : the republican candidates for President and after being struck by a lJHtt, was beard to
of_New Orleans.I :The. energy, of every. officer strongly expressed in the following letter to a i blossom. Commissions having been granted duringthe Vice President. A wide and ardent hope exclaim that last' shock Jcnncltd altA Whig
I was put iq requisition, 10 concentrate our member of the Kentucky legislature : The preceding scrap, from the Kingston recess of the Senate to (he following persons was felt and expressed that their "favorite gent out of me. To which of ihe
forces io time to meet the enemy. Captain! HERMITAGE, 1'eb. 20, 18H. Whig, will afford our readers an idea of the I no\1 nominate them to the same office, son" would be the choice of the convention, Journal remarks, that a fair presumption is,
Butler was one of the first to arrive at sheGeneral's Mr DEAR SIR : You ask me to give you frequent changes in the climate and seasons as respectively annexed to their names. and in this expectation they looked forwardto the shot car away a good portion ofthefellow's
quarter, and ask instructions ; they my opinion of the military services of the then Canada, and the great contrast betweenthe LEWIS CASS, of Ohio, to be Governor a crowning victory in the Union. The decision bain.
Were received, and promptly exercised. Our Colonel Wm. O Butler ofKflntuckJ' of that has been otherwise. Another
Captain (now ) eastern portions of the province. lie ic of the Michigan Territory. &c."JAMES body
regiment, stationed on the opposite side, was during the investment of New Orleans wo have had no frost whatever for several MADISON. name has been inscribed upon our ban. Literary Ccglomai.-A droll fellowwas
transported across the river. All the available by the British forces in 1814 and 1815.I weeks, and so far from (the fruit being "Januiryi, 1914." tier ; and though we have failed to secure asked by an old lady to read the news paper .
forces of our army, not much exceeding with I had sufficient strength to speak fullyof the trees an already beginning to injun"e By reference to page 472, of the same vol. what would bare been so acceptable to Pennsylvania ,ant taking it up, )began a follows :
ffieen hundred men, were concentrated in the the merit and services of Colonel Butler the young crop. Apples! plums, cherries, ume, the following proceedings will be found: I yet we yield to the choke of the ma. List: night, yesterday morning about 2
city; and while the sun went down, the line on that occasion ; this strength I have not.- : peaches and pears will be abundant-indeed *f FHIUAY, February 11, 1814. jority, and henceforward all our energies will o'clock In the afternoon, before breakfast, a
of battle was formed, and every officer took Suffice it to say, that on all occasions be displayed : we never recollect seeing trees more heavily "The Senate rl"sumt"dhe consideration of! be devoted to the election of Lewis Cass, of hungry buy abut forty years od! bought a
the station assigned him in the fight. The that heroin and calmness of the Chief of fip custard a levy and threw through a
chivalry laden. The fi.U* present an equally pleasing the mcssagcj of the President of the United I Michigan Magistracy our glorious
infantry formed on the open in frontof in the midst of which distinguish Union. brick wall nine feet thick, aud jumping over
square judgment danger, appearance. The wheat looks magnificent, States, received the 31st January, nominating
the cathedral, waiting in anxious the valuable officer in the hour of We the resolutions the it broke his left ankle off above the right knee
and and
expccta. ; and corn potatoes appear strong and h al- Lewis daps others to offices, and printed adopted by
tion for the order to move. During this mo. battle. In a conspicuous manner were those Ihy.-la/(Ca iyJa) .S'/rc/a'or. Rcsolced], That I hey do advise and con.- Democratic National Contention, on Mondaylast. (rt1 into a dry mill-pond and was drown
toentary pause, while the enemy was expertd noble qualities displayed by him on this nightof : .------- sent to the appointment of LEWI CASS, a. I They are full, unequivocal, and comprehensive. ell toM forty years after that on the same
to enter be city, a scene of deep and thrulng the 23d: December, 1914, and on the 8th We find lion following; in tla"! Sr. Louis Union greeably! to the nomination, &c. They ibis ao great queition.Tbp .- day, a old cat had nine turkey gobblers ; .
)* interest was presented! Every gallery, of January, 1815, as well as at all times during of the 30h ul.( : Thus have| shown, that Thomas J tff r. deal in no mystic phrases,or vague generalilies. high wind blew "nkf'e Doodle on frying
porch, and window around the square' were of the British New it it mile r leave inference, pau, and kno! the old Dutch church
the presence army at lw Eaiy to a .r'uic.- \ short son, the acknowledged head of the American i They nothingto .
fillled! with the fair forms of beauty, in silent Orleans. In short, he was Io be found at all a gentleman living in SprngfieJ Democracythe great exponent of its principles i or to ingenious construction. Bold! fearless dow and killed an old sow and twn dead pigs
anxiety and alarm, waving their handkerchiefs points where duty called. I hazard nothingin III., wanted new form of bellows- and the fjractiser of its precepts ; (he man I distinct, and straightforward( they meet all the at Busting, where a deaf and du"b man was
to the gallant and devoted band which saving, that should our country again be it-after walking around it once or twice and that federalism charges, was; the first Presi. great topics, and assert the position of I the talking: French to her aunt Peter, who was
flood before them, prepared to die, or defend engaged in war during the active age of Col. viewing it attentively be nodded his head, dent to act upon the principle of rewarding democrat ic party in language equally eloquent, asleep on a cotton sbeep-skin" in ooe corner
them from the rude intrusion of a foreign sol. Butler, be would be one of the very best se. winked his eye, and observed to a friend- his political friends, and punishing his political commanding, and clear.Upon of a cellar up stairs.
It 'was a scene calculated to awaken lections that could be made to command our .' I believe ibat would make a cb rn." With enemies, was the President that brought this broad and cnpioious!platform, under The old! lady, taking a long breath, *ex-
motions never to be for ottt'n. It appealedto army, and lead the eagles of our country on two tin tubes, two iron co -\hf'ea! a small Lewis Cass Into> notice, by conferring upon the floating banners of our country, supported claimed. Dii tel I"
and chivalry and patriotism of every officer to victory and renown. lIe has sufficient crank, a woden box and f little milk, he made I I him the responsible post of United Slates Marshal by the heroes and statesmen placed in A Grumbler.-Th Boston Statesman :

_ICy.I soldier-it_inspired. every heart, and nerr. energy to assume all re ponsibilily necessary- butter in ten minutes. He sent to Washing. I for the_ district of Ohio._ __ nomination. at Baltimore. ., where Y. .the! .demIt. .The season snakes..Uzbtninz. and drowned L'JI
Id ai,.every arm for battle. From this imprcs- to lu'teesl, and for his country's &good. ton and obtained a patent-took his churn undo Upon Ibo Accession of Mr. Madison, (be crat woo cannot siana 1 is not m-enura children ia upon us-more poetical compilers
scene the army marched to meet the en. ANDREW JACKSON. his arm and came to this city ; and has pupil, friend [and confidant of Mr. JefFersonnominated for the factious or narrow-minded ; f-r the in. call h summer, and **
tIDI, and at about eight o'clock at nigbt hey General Jackson gave earlier proof of the been for several days selling patent rights.Yesterday's .- Lewis Cass a a Colonel in the ternal traitor, or the open foe. Such as these This reminds us ofthe quote reply flowery of ltrtur.a
J.re thataly surprised in their encampment, imme. high estimation in which he held the young sales amounted to the trifling sum regular army; and in less than a month thereafter will be abashed, when called upon to occupy who was urged to drink the beverage of Na.
diaceTertd on the banks of the Mississippi.; ; ;. Uu- soldier who had identified himself with bit $5,500, and the business of selling is but promoted him, during the recess of Con. I I it, and will shrink from the associations which lure-" No," said he, water it dangerousvery
within short, our' 'Hue W" formed io silence I own glory at New Orleans. lie made him begun. As he leisurely turns the crank of gresn, to hn .Wrigadirr General, and in If'i II surround it. Butby ibo lover ofhis countrythe dangerous drowns people ; gets info
charge distance of the enemy, a rapid. his aid-d.-camp in 1816. which station be re. his machine, he quietly observes to the admiring than onejeai thereafter conferred upon him admirer of free iustitutions---lhe" friend of their clients, into their beads, and then, too, it
perate cflj M ict IUd( into their camp, &0J( a de. tamed on the peace establish meat, with the circle of spectators around him, "I believe the office of C orernor of ihe then 'erritoryo I I" liberty, (equality, and fraternity -the biter make(bat infernall thai' always blow
l1I at&Du lIued. After a doleraujned rank of colonel. Hut, like bia ilhJstr8u.; pa. I I would take fifteen hundred for Wisconsin, Michigan. At that time Michi an was i ofsuhteniiigo: wrong-the opponent of spe ing a fellow
loch, e4trny gas' way, but disputin;: iron, be lOOn &k that military station and ten thousand for Ohio and New York, and most exposed portion of our frontier-exposed ca1.gialation-ho! advocate oftbe constitu up"I
'err or &fQ4Ind we gained. In oAdvan. Unction bad .o charms tor him when (with a smile of the crank to the incursions of tht enemy, and filled with ad i -it will behailed as a is a good sign to sea the color of health ,
JH ow still, laebei dark and fence in the night, ren. ded with be danger, duties, and dil'j to the other ,) for little savage band stimulated to violence againstthe holy and I common ground upon which all in man't face : but abad one to tee it ajk
more by the smoke of tho bat. achievements of war. Ho resigned, Uhodi ," meaning Rhode Island. Americans by British promises of protec jealousies, disappointments: and Lea.rt.burn. ronc-nfrated in his DOe.I .

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: --- -_-"_- taGeneralTalor 14" ma,'countenance MILLARD FILLMORE '
i itM
::.': : Front tht-MtAilc- Hefistcr- 1W- inst. that the warmest friend of freedom could desire. 11 beth parties, to consist of an equal number of THE FLORIDIAN. i a Icing extended to any.n territory that maybe Proved from hit tote in '
Col. Johnson Congress
the Union I 'I.aks. to have
'II-1f i will fill with terror and dismay, the rank of Loco.lucoi.tn. brwxht into | act.ed .
TiE WHIG TICKET-TAYLOR &nLLMORE ." both.On I it rememberedfromhi personalkuowledge.ad and sympathized vita
bp Abolitionists
proceedings -
motion of Col. Pittman.the
: : C enventhn is TAY- 1. over thirty ." an4
: The tickft utiLe Wliig I ALOWE.SaturdayTjuly I after an acquaintance years
We could fill ourpaper with similar proof cf Ibis meeting published in tho Flo- LET t. to have maintained a p tition hostile
: J.OR and J ORE, instead nf Taylor and Fillmore = + = = = = -. -= These precious developments and demand to fa
/ IU of the by very
&t I imported in our 'last paper.- paiion occupied of the ridian. ad..) :1, 1848. that if Gen. Taylor has been misrepresented compromises of the Constitution the peace of
JACf a a reprekcnlative Milton the
&t1 P} only Jat On motion of Col. meeting
: ;-, of New York has hern a the and the
, /1 .(, I'. MILLARD TILLVORK Ni-r.hern: hatred to slavery. the instrument journed. DI : the country should know it. I is due to him-it is Country, permanency of tf

' ,,. .: nonnuutrd, inktcad t of ABHOT LAV.KEM.FI (If by which the North obtained .1 victory O'er JAS. J. PITTMAN, Chairman. oCR\TI NOMINATIONS.smrxT due to his.Southern supporters and it is also due to Union.The .

'i'.. I t I Massacniinetts. Masac1auMtIa. :t u said, is Southern TYRANTS and ISURPKKS, and determined R. S. DICKSOX, Secretary. roR PI or TiE ViSiTED STATES : the North. attention of the \\ hif of Florida i i. earn ,u

: : 10 be appeased possible by tho promise of on the exclusion of slave States! and ternlory I GEN. LEWIS CASS Another Massachusetts whig paper, the Springfield invoked to a consideration ol the following
... the : of )Ir. WEBTrn. SecretaryofStateifIlic CALIIOUN DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.At I that of the Atlas hen
F.\ ,. appointment from hc Un701 forever. i Gazette, in an article similar to FROM TilE RECORD. Let them tjeat
. succeed. So I OF MICHIGAN. trumpet-
"}-"I" Whigs say 11.t This b* ing the established and incontrovertible of -" expresses its views thus- tongued through the length and breadth of the hod

$11"; : chroniclers of the secret doings of the con 'en.tion. position. of Mr. Fillmore and his friendson a meeting of Democratic citizens II I roms VICE PIESIDE1T .General Taylor i is, as we believe, right on ever) On Tuesday, the 11th day of December, 1S38. If/

It is something new, in popular con.reniioni his iclectioi Calhonn County, held pusuant to public notice I i question, poiblylho slavery question and
i.v'' the vital question slavery- GEN. except A TII ER TON,a democrat from New Hampshire, intro.-
: ,. to bold meetings with closed doors- by the whigs as a candidate for iho Vice I'rcsidency at Nal's, on tliQ 17th day of June, 1849- I WILLIA or even on that hu views practically arc safe even for if duced a series of resolution into the House
: < .v' ': their dikcu.sions from I iha public I I JINCJT. us. He i U a Whig (J THE CLAY SHOOL and, of J.
keep eje other
f authorizes to add to tho the Convention organized by calling the in
", us was i elected andoubtedly surround with a presentative, regard to the" rights of the Sooth,*
,m't' .,' find ear. It m.kel a new and odious variety characteristics: of the ticket, that of antislavery '. Hon. JOEL PORTER to the Chair, and appointing )fOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA : good wi Cabine. and hn Administration trill be and moved a suspension of the rules, for the
,sf f conventions-those engines of WILLIAM BAILEY.FOR has parpow
nominating restriction.It GEN. conducted tm genuine Wag platform. He
of considering the resolutions. The
., A. J. 'V Eq. Secretary. motion
corrlplion"-a our neighbor and never been ashamed la ask and follow counsel in in*
." I read now-TAYLOR, :
' .. ,.I7 n'ho was one ant of I the I secretaries (this, de crib. may and the excluston On mi-itionof \Vm. II. Mitchell, Esq., COGRES military affairs, wheie he has felt most at homeand carried-yeas 131-nay. CO. 'ILLMORE, Ctfr
j' ': Tariffof in politics respecting which he does not profess lo ding, Adam and SlaJe voting NO I
ed all conventions Is, btf last summer. and Resolved That the Chair appoint a committee
l:4"; i i. therefore of slavery from all new territory, now aloft PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : have so thorough a knowledge fc* our experienced On the 12th of December, the rettlutioa*
and WKBSTKK came
t ; ". TA'I I'LLLMORE 1 forerc: consisting of one from each district, to GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns. statesmen, he will probably be governed to a great for consideration. The second of the sett. a?
;t3a. : the expressed and understood ticket. extent, the of those whom he may select u ID tN!
, .fL. ;.; This is a pretty lo-ig tai" to iho .head"of draft resolutions expressive of the sense of, CHARLES H. IUPONTOfGadsden. by opinion. following word:
; of I"ILL bowen'r.fcJs his
The nomination lor cCunsnor9"
\ IRE suit those
, };f the whig ticket. it this JOHN MILTON Of Jackson County.To 2d. Resolved, That petition for the 6
the ticket. Mr. meeting, abolition
I .;; ..: other characteristics to Siuthern mm who have been clamoring fbJen. : : Take in connection with these extract, the following slavery in (the District of Columbia and the
ferril ,
i ; :" I'ILLMOUB is a well knuun politician of( the ( Taylor on Southern grounds-ami c"pc- The following gentlemen were appointed 7'rU41CS of Schools- tfc.-In our advertising letter of the Hon. A. Stewart, of Pennsylvania rif's ol the United States and against the removal .*

::1 i t. New Yoik MJIOO], \\lucli is of the said Committee : before the Allison letter slave from one State to another,
11 : ytIMr dally those who have publicly pledged themselves on columns 1 14-day, will be found the application of a written appeared.This Ire a part of a plan

;, Urcclry ani I Seward ca: >t. lie was a member tote for no ticket whatever whichwas 'V m. II. Mitchell, Luke Lott, Io\.ich Sex gentleman |of Savannah, for a situation Teacher. letter was first published in the Intelligencer. of operations set on foot to affect the in.tilulioll.(
a in the several
blavery States and thus
,11"i t'":' of the whig iigressof :, and as tainted in any part with the \Vilinot Proviso ton, John C. Taylor, and Jesse II. Stone, The attention( of School Trustees,parents,guardians, Mr. Stewart is known a an uncompromising advocate troy that institution within their limit indirectly" de.

: chairman of the committee of a\and meansreported ?. We shall wait patiently to who i is of the Proviso :
see 4.C., i* invi it ed to his card.
. Esqr On (the adoption of (this resolution the
1j'4I and carried through the notorious hurrjing down the back track." I "WASHINGTON, March 1, ISIS. : teas ac J
.' -, and now defunct Tariffof 1842. His nomination The Committee after retiring for consul. Slavery*n the Ttmtories.-We ask the reader's GENTLEMEN : Since writing my letter of-yesterday nays were called for, and resulted, yeas 136, ait*

:.4. .n:, t....,.. coupled with a wllig cal for a ratification DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN JACKSON.At tation, through their Chairman, reported the attention l tJ an able article on this subject in to-day's I have referred to the Signal correspondence 6i-FiLLMORE. .Adam, GitUingt and SladtiM*

, ...." Hireling in Philadelphia, in which the a Democratic meeting in Marianna, following resolutions, which were unanimous paper Iront the Charleston..Mereury. The piece is to be ,' and follows find:it, on the point herein referred to, i ing NO !1!

i "G': 1'ardTof 164. is prominently put forward as Jackson County Florida, Saturday, June 17, I ly adopted.1st. signed Independent Democrat." .The a editor of the Signal says : The extension The third resolution was then taken op. ft ia ill

) Ol"I .'.; .' An object for whig effort, makes another de- ISIS Col. JAMES J. 1TITMAN was calledto Rcsohcd That the of the over the continent beyond the Rio Grande of the ordinance the following words:

J.'if'*. ,', cnption of the ticket-appropriate. I is TAYLOR the Chair and KOBKKT: S. DICKSON appointed proceedings Gtn. Taylqr supported by the Northern Whigs on of 17S7, i is an object toe high and permanent 'a 3d. Resolved, That Congress has no right to do-
Madison State fully and entirelymeet to be baffled by Presidential vetoes. All that weak that which it do
pt. WiiBsTtn and the TARIFF Cln.ntion, indirectly cannot directly and thai
the ground
F.LL3onE Secretary. that he is in tHor of the principles -
, I of t the incumbent of the highest office,under the the agitation of the subject of slavery in the District
;i : > 01' 1342- 'Jhe.ol: t of. the.meeting being explained, our \ievvs and concurrence, and we of the Wilmot Proviso Constitution, is to hold his hand, \to bow to the will of Columbia.or the territories,as a means, and with

; C : But this is, by no means, all. There! is a by A. \VuocvvarU, fcsq., upon hIS motion n I will cheerfully. and heartily" support- the nominees Startling,. it may_ appear the Northern WhiirsuppoitGei of the people,.as_prolu.lgated.in !legislative! forms the view of disturbing or overthrowing that initiiiu-
: .: more interesting trait, still, at least to Southern appointed to draft Resolutions of that Cov ention. a v and restrain the hxecutive action in its appropriate tion in th* several States is against the true spirit
I CorrilaA \ ( Tajloron the ground (that he is opposed General Taylor in reply, his and of the Constitution
; \.. people-in the adoption FILI.MOHK. It to the nomination of the Baltimore channels. expresses meaning infringement
. "t 4'- is a direct allunco with the New York IVo- Convention. 2d. Jlcsohcd, That the political principles to the further extension" of slavery-or. in other hig opinion, and approval of the sentiment and the rights the States affected and a breach of the1

,: promulgated in the resolutions passed the words, that he ts favor of the dtous principles of embraced in your (his) public faith upon which they entered into the con
iso, and ANTI.SL VERY WHIGS, and with Whereupon the Chair appointed the follow f} .Yours, kc. A. STEWART.' federation.
'. t ::' the WIL PROVISO We make
: 'I T extracts below
f,".:. whom Mr. FILLMORE is : 14vorite-hiviuz ing gentlemen to act as that Committee, to. Baltimore Convention, held in May last, are From these copious! extracts, it will be seen that That the Constitution rests on the broad principles

i* t:. / been the leadiigcandida'e' on the tickewhich wit : sound, wise and patriotic ; tending to the to prove (his. Gen. Taylor has never published to Northern equality among the members of this contedsi!

: ;r.j' ...- fat fall carried the Stain of New Yoik 'for A. L. Esq., Dr. H D. DeCraf- and extension of republican institutions the country his opinions on this interesting and important the general sentiment am.ngst Whigs is, racy and that Congress, in the exercise of its ac
r immense theAntiSlavery 'oo\ard. perpetuity, point, and it isdue to all parties-North and that General Taylor, as President ot the United knowledged power has no right discriminate between
the w'higs, by art majority, on finned \oung lieiijamin F. Den-
: '/ and meets our hearty support and ap South-I hat lie should define his position." South States will not interfere to prevent legislation on the institutions of one portion of the State
t i issue. Mr. FILL IORC headed and Col. C. who retiree and
nard W"le Yonge, part of Congress over the Territories on the another with a view of abolishing the one sad
, ,.. the ticket of( the State officers nominated by for that purpose.In probation. ern Democrats do not charge him with being in favorof snbject promoting the other."
: ".a their 3d. Resolved That we fully concur in the (the principles of the Proviso-but when they observe slavery. And we put it again to the good serse of The
'j J J. the wings at Sjracu 'nt'cntion" the absence of the Committee, the meet vote on the first branch of this resolution waf
; all parties, ought not the to demand and
; '\' which convention took up and adopted unaniuiously ing was addressed b Colonc Downmnn in a nominations of that Contention, and will giveour the claims setup by the advocates of that country receive yeas 173, nays FILLMORE, JSdams, Giddingt
more light ? We do not believe in
the .\nti.SJa"'r.Hesulutions forcib'e) zealous measure that he is with them, it is no more (than electingmen and Slade voting NO !
': wl.ic most happy, appropriate manner. most cordial}, and support to Gen.
4 ..\f. .. the democratic contention had ju-st re. A. L. Woodwardfrom the Committee, re. I Lewis CASS for President, and Gen. \ O. right that the opponents of the Proviso should have to offices of great responsibility!, without first The vote was then ordered on the whole resola-
!<:: \ knowing their views on questions which will
fused to Resolutions something spore to satisfy them than the mere assertion come
: \ 1}* ported the following : tion, and stood yeas 1C-1, nays FILLMORE still
t. ; President.
,'..',1" .', The very next resolution in the series, af 1 That Democracy the government of the peo. BtTLER, for Vice I I hat he is "' .Southern man and a slaveholder," before their administration. But as matters now voting NO, w ith Moms, Giddingt and Sladc!

a ter recommending FILLMORE and his as$oci- pIe, tho cardinal. pnnci|
..JI ates on the ticket, declares U'VCOMPKOMISI'NGHOSTILITY c'ulconlilulion at'd equal rihla, was the 'faith. ol appointed : by his Northern supporters The unfortunate South must be deceived. This every patriot oughtto It
5th. Resolved
-I' our ralhtr is still cur deprecate. We do not want to vote in the dark therefore That all attempts on
to thf. slavery into Urtdoriei o\n. ( ;leneral Committee.U position lift. Taj lor has taken in his famous Allison the of to abolish
.f, ..fllo'l.of! 2. That Democracv', maintaining the rule of the, Corrcsponling i : I part Congress slavery in the District
ourselves and should be for the North
be --- -- we willing to of Columbia the territories,
: .. nov free, lchih mait hereafter greatest goad ol! the greatest; niiinbor, is vet eminently \ 1 Luke awl ThomasL. letter is nojt calculated to quiet Southern feeling or or to prohibit
; '' '. acquired by aiy action of the Government ii4rrialiveot 01 the rights and welfare of all ; I. :Iitchel Lot The veto-that (conservative and.\.isepaturp[ in our go into the canvass with the same privilege. Gen the removal of slaves from State to State, or to discriminate

:, our Union.. i and whilst. b.curing the largest t hbert)" of the in- Tvns, Esqrs. Address Blount's Town, rnment-has been looked to the only sure Taylor's friends in the South, therefore should set between the institutions of one portion of
a the confederacy and another,with the views aforesaid
I ,. address icsued in of this 'o- dividual' is ratable of upholding through representative Florida. of the the country right, by obtaining from their candidate
Thp support the mut extenili-d! federative mean checking effectually encro'achment of are in violation of the Constitution; destructive?
I ..: lotion and of Mr. FILL IOR. under it, is furious separate agency organised political ctmmtmilie ie*.compactof Precinct Committees of Vigilance : rroviooNm* l Jut in General Taylor's hands, with his a distinct avowal of the policy by which he will be of the fundamen.al principle on which the union of

i I.",:' in its denunciation of slave elten ion. It 3. That the atmisiol of new States into Ihe loJa. Samuel: Dais nnd Jesse H. Stone. Alison letter as ou.guide we have no guaranteethat governed in the event of election. Such a course these States rests, aid beyond the jurisdiction of

declares I that the flag of our \iclorio8 legionsis Union can never endanger the harmony or impair the J. Wood and John Chason it would be used for the protection of the wea- will be no reflection upon the patriotism of Gen. Congress ; and that every petition, memorial, reso
or in
touching or
checks, or disturb the balance, of our re ]01/s.-/ paper relating
peculiar He is candidate before the for
J ;; publican federative form of government the representation DIovnfs Town..---Thomas Slanfield and ker portiofl( of the Confederacy. .The personal Taylor. a people a any way, or to any extent whatever to slavery as

.. 'ro hf dt'vcrated from its holy character of Ii. of States, a! co-equal political societies, in opinions of the individual who may happen to oe- i high and responsible office, and it is their indisputable aforesaid, or the abolition thereof, shall,on the pre

.". ; Inrty and c; ncJtio., into an errand of bondogeamd one branch: of the National Legislature, preserving Abel Cain. I the Executive ought not to control the RIGHT to demand of him an expression of his sentation thereof, without any further action thereon

I.I t.. ,slavery the equilibrium of the system, by an inherent self- Oclicscc.-Jno. F. O. Thomas and John copy chai opinions on all proper subjects of dispute. The office be laid upon the table, without being debated
4 action of Confess upon questions of DOMESTIC "
We protest 'slhil whig convention,4< in the printed or referred.
s adjusting power; the correlative rights of minorities, Mumford. is theirs to bestow, and be to became
mine ol t the rights ol man and of liberty, the POLICY. This is the language of Gen. Taylor to
against i popular control, with the judicious exercise of the Sexton's.-Gabriel McClcndon and Lo\ ich This resolution was divided at the word Congress
the of their favor.
lurther extension ot slavery! in North America recipient cannot object un-
Kxecutive veto force all and from it Northern the
I as a redressing happily Capt. \130n. Whig lay "
; : after the words "jurisdiction of, and the
,: uwre territory is our watchword, unles.- be combined, explain the moral magic of the whole, Sexton. claim that he will not veto action of Congressupon der these circumstances, and in view of their right to
i any
free. thus the and harmonious The meeting then to nominatea ; vote resulted in yeas 1-16, nays 52on the frst branch
\.: exhibiting most perfect political proceeded the subject of in the Territories. We question him, to give an unequivocal answer to all
:tl.j ) The Sate: central cOmmittee of the whigs I structure ever seen in successtul operaion.: candidate to run for the House of Represcntativ slavery inquiries couched in respectful language. of the resolution-FILLMORE, Adams, Codings
:, 4. That we hail, with unanimous acclamationthe now proceed to introduce our extracts to show tbi!.
re-echoed blast and received and Slade voting NO!
: the same aga'tist: the South, es, Littleberry McKinney
"J\ nomination LEWIS CAS of Michiganasa: Mr. Ashman, of Massachusetts, member of
candidate is a
w$. and the democrats of the North, in favor of he nomination.On CO: The following extract of a letter dated Mari- The second branch of this resolution was then adopted -
for the and WILLIAM O. EUTLLR
.:-. the FILLMORE ticet. The following passages of Kentucky, as a candidate fertile Vice Presidency -- I motion, Resolved that the proceedingsof Congress, and was a delegate to (the Whig Conven i. anna, June 2-, is from the pen of one of the most -yeas 125, nays FILLMORE, Adams,

trill give an the tone of this impas. of the United Statjs-the choice of the National this Convention be reported to the Southern tion. He has published in the National Intelligen distinguished democrats in West Florida. It speaksthe Cortcin, Giddings and Slade voting NO !

.sioncd appeal tolthc whigs against the South: Democratic Convention lately asscn.llul! at Journal and Floridian, with the request that cer an address to his constituents of the Sixth District sentiments of the whole democratic party in th. This was the tat and final vote, and we see that

Baltimore. urgirtg them to rally to Gen. Taylor's toted
.i support MILLARD FiLLMORE in iostaoce
hey be published. West every
"The wlugs or t.ie North have long '*e: and r. That we entertain the highest opinion'of the :
know* that the FUAVE POWER ''i the governing talents, abilities, and perfect competency of General The Meeting then adjourned sine die. and as :Jt"tlncalon 01 sucn a course, ne says- 441 am a Southern man of the State Rights School with notorious AMitifwsts! And we now pit it

power of this Union. They have seen and felt that CAS for this exalted station ; and that we also JOEL PORTER. President. .I believe him to be a truf%Whig, an honest and and as strong a Calhoun man as the great Southerner to the sober and reflecting men of the country,apt*

that power v\a exeiled and directed in hostility! to cherish entire faith in his fidelity, integrity and A. J. WOOD, Secretary. capable man, opposed to the acquisition of Texas, himself jet I am satisfied with Gen. CAM' cully the WHIGS or FLORIDA,* they can, by any
the FREE MFTT: and the FREE LABOR ol' the Norlli pat.not ism. confident that, as Chief Magistrate with soun and conservative principles opposed to view of the Constitutional question of Territorial
They have seen Northern politicians and North*'rn this creal Republic, he will "presttec, prefect, ,o -- -- further enlarging; the boundaries of the Union ; and, power and consider it rt'concilable"ith *k>utheri consideration of party, vote to place FILLI4OREiathe

.." statesmen truckling bunding yielding to that defend the Canttitutiun," and be found at all times FOURTH OF JULY. although le) lives in the latitude where slavery is doctrine in a more distinct explication. I go further Vice President's chair?-vote to place him in

7." power for the eakeol ijarliapating; in its patronage, toiling for the honor, the welfare, and the true glory At a meeting of the citizens Tallahassee tolerated, tet I do not believe that he desires or ap.proves -even did I deem Gen. CASI ru>t sufficiently the second office in the nation That be entertains

t;; It-edinj upon the.loaves and fishes which it uscd to of his country. U'e accept with pride at our standard called and convened at the Capitol, on Tues- its 4-rtcnsion. Ills declared sentiments area discriminative, yet I am satisfied I opinions which are hostile o the compromises cf the
;* ; b""tow, enjoying the spoils! with which I -hearer, the soldier of the West Ihe that he will in the slightest man' '4 1. Because it is a subject on winch there cai be
alt usurpers Spartan 27th June o'clock D. P. guarantj/ ''
lay, 1849, at 11 Constitution, the of the country, and the supremacy
.or' and tyrants, in all agi'', reward the instruments they friend Jeflirswi and of Madison, Sccrelaryof War i nN intrrfre with the action of Congress wArn it no'dirtct Executive action. peace
*. 'he to accomplikh.lheir cnd>." under Jackson's: administration, the honored and ROGUE, Esq. was called to the Chair and ,hal fo'b the existence of ,slavery in ou newly It 2, Congress has no jurisdiction. I ol the Union, no unprejudiced mind can

l. After thus denouncing the South as TY- faithful representative of the United State* at the SIMON TOWLE appointed Secrelar. acquired nitories. Let the representatives of the '' 3, The Judiciary must decide. doubt ; and we ask again, if the people of this State

'i"it .; RVNTsand ovurERs, they rejoice over the first Court of Europe, and now one of our most sagacious -. The Chairman stated object of the people and:rf the Slate be Mt( free to act upon that '4 Lastly-Each State must be its otcn arbiter of will be fotyiJ co-operating in the election of a man
and d i question, by Executive influence and its own destiny.
'.r.:: defection of the barnburners from the democratic as Chairman of stmguivhcd the Committee statesmen( of Military,whose Affairs services of meeting to bo to make arrangements for a Executive. unrollrolte peto, we are safe. Let the people of 44 Congre s-it is for Congress to disapprove a whose serliments are so deadly opposed to theirs?

.. : party a a glorious prospect for whig the Senate alone should entitle him to our gratitude. public celebration of the approaching anni- the free States look to their Represent dives." territorial law-if( they permit the law to stand Consider well what you are called on to do.-consider

1.j4.4 e. victory Qrer the South thus : C. That Genenl BUTLER land! commended to \'ersaryof .American Independence. The Nevt York Express, a Clay paper, supports upon the statute book, why then the questionmust well the opinions of the man you are asV cd to
the confiJence and of the demo motion of A. E. Maxwell be presented to the District Judgeupon a case
respect ateciol Whereupon, on make Vice President of this Republic. His election
t1i :. .Elated \\ ilh its unexampled success, the slavejower cratic both his Taylor, anjd justifies its course on the 'following made.
party, in military ca the Chair annointed J. \V. Arrrvle. Jas. I -
would be blow domestic The
severe at policy.
a our
has 44
so and Fsn. What the South wants,is a Presidents ho uld
) 4 btomt exacting imperious tjranrncal. \Ve can never cease to rrrmmbcr him as one grounds Y
). that the endurance ol its4 Northern illy has of rtt'r.the distinguished officers of Now Orleans, as tie. I B. Gamble; I Iii Smith. C. 'E.--D''ke; and .Becaus the States have demanded and I veto the ll'itmot Proviso. That Gen. Cass w*>uld interest involved arc certainly too great and momentous -

.1, "'. c.aid. lo be a virtue, and now, f< r the first time in vindicator of' Andrew Jackson in Congress, and as a I B. C. Lewis to nominate an insisted upon S'lhcr?, as a sine qua non, a candidatefor do. Gen. Taylor not. Because one is in favor of to commit to the keeping such bauds.-

.1 j. '' fIle history of our coveininent, our eves behold. and wounded hero of.Monterey We receive a a harbinger Orator and Reader of the Declaration of Independence the Presidcncj pledged to the extension of .Ia- the exercise of the veto power-the other perfect His extreme views on all political subjects-his Wil-
:. (sir (3r are greeted with the glad tidings that a large of triumph, a name which has become a passPort and forthwith. the Ifcirnburners have naturally and properly acquiescence in the behests nf the Congress, as the
< overwhelming ot the FREE report very of will. The is, the mol Provisoism-his sympathy with abolitionists-
majority SPIRITS of to. fame-the worthy son of a gallant Stale and I enough separated from their Southern colleague up- exponent popular consequence
..t 9'. the North are dttermined at once and forevurto find a patriotic sire. The Committee( retired ; and after a short on thin single question of slavery, but ai ourSouthern unchecked, of a dominant majority-and thisis his votes in Congress-all go to show him an unfit

'f ,1'_ limit the bound,of slaver)' within our gloriousUnion 7. Tat the charge cf AbolitirniI against t Gen I interval returned, and mado the following report tollea uea have demanded no-such pledges nothing more or less than what 'Mr. Jefferson man for our suffrages. THE SOXTH CASXOT SUPPORT

> ,; f n to"say to it,' thus far ,,\al thou go, and Case as absurd as that of his" being favorable : from our candidate, and rather, on the contrary would pronounce' submission to a government without HIM '

...1... no fa"ht. to the Wilmot Proviso ; and that they ought not the I The Committee appointed lo select an Or. ha"l given us a man pledged not to veto the acts of limitation of powers'

.t The udJresj concludes! with the following reiterated after his solemn declarations to the ator and Reader for the celebration of the CnnftUIEVFN| IF IT BE AOTHER ORDINANCE The country has not forgotten the excitement in
( the highest evidence of Ilich I Columbia County.
contrary sincerity PERPETuATED FREEDOM 1 THF
t4 "P .appeal to the ajti.slavery passions of the North I of American Ind : several since the ofa
on presentation
approaching anniversary Congress
and that years
.i :any man can give; \s bust we confide in his NORTH WESTERN TERRIToRY,) no such separationis We make the extract of letter from
';I, .. .'. in favor of t the Fillmore ticket : devotednessas a patriot, we also rely upon his honor pendence, recommend their fellow citizens, necessary for us,and surely no coalition with Darn- I I following a petition by Mr GRANGER, of New York, asking
: Columbia. It from democrat who is
.o. ::7. .:. I. For the first time, the vote of each elector willlirectly.express as a man, believing it to be a Hue as the steel he SIMON TOWLE, E q. a Orator, and Hucn burers, | whom if we were coalesce, the result u intimately for adequate security for persons in all the State
.. k" "' bore in his country's cause. would be (the election of General Cass, inth the acquainted with the people and is a man himself
,. < his sentiments on the great AKCIIF.U, Esq. Reader of the Declarationof of this Union'* and also a constitutional right to
"-" and SL\V subjec 8. That we will endeavor to promote, by all honorable a principle ojf the extension of,slavery end the approval information and intelligence :
-; ';"." of triiment'aEED i* concerned.t -"LHY, so far a the fclcral gov- means the election of these nominec".lbor. Independence. They further recommendthat by the people, of all the maladministration of Mr. 44 CASS and BUTLER are in respectfully the use of the Post pffice." This was denounced try

in in season and out of season with a Committee be appointed by this meet. :" every Southern the of the
:1....V. Novv.we appeal to the Free North, ? acceptable. In fact, we hail their nominations as a men, as asking power govern

: : t :'. the Freemen of New Yoik to Siiritsoftl.e pol. with gence, and and courage if summoned which Ihe Democratic ofipenents cause inspires .- ing to advise the above gentlemen of their selection And since the date. of the above, it speaks thus- signal triumph over the fanatical spirit of the North ment to assist in the circulation of incendiary pam

.'.-...."..:.' that power and energy w hich the spirit of freedom ;our arms, we an.wer by our, like Casa to to Proc surrender and request Iheir acceptance, and alsoto .Hut why just now, all this sensation in the matter and West. I have carefully examined the resolutions phlets, and tim protecting incendiaries in the slave

.. never fails. to inspue, and on the going downof i lor. .come'and hal make such arrangements a may be necessary of sla\eryr\V'Tien by Treaty, California and New of the Baltimore Convention, and as a Southern States.
.,*t the win on the night of the second of i he. man, must say they are all I can ask for. So
tovembr 9. That we receive joy the intelligence of to celebrate the day in an appropriatemanner. .exico arei annexed ? The legislation respecting Mr. Wise, of Virginia, moved the whole matter
: let the Empire Slate through the ballot boxe proclaim says every democrat I have seen or can hear from in
is all in the hands
with Mexico hail it the of Con-
.c peace ; we as crowning government
. intones of thunder, in the language of the whose our c.unty. Success to our ticket. Columbia will be laid upon the table. This motion was resisted
all Constitutional
achievement of Democratic administration which s, acts on ,
a gre< questions
.: \" .. immortal J.fiorson, that all men are by nature free has held out the olive branch lo a J.v. A ARGYLE, Chairman. settled by precedent. Gen Taylor pledges himselfto give us a strong pull next fall. The interior counties but was finally carried fry yeas 101, nays 74-with,
. equal And let the of heaven before conquered enemy; : Which of the East do not chime in with the unfortunate
'k an t hning arid whilst obtaining indemnity for the past and I was accepted. approve. The Nathan Dane Ordinance, rtslrict. hitherto the immaculate FILLMORE Slade, Giddin'i..

..:.Ir-. tidings sun throughout sets on the the following length day and scatter breadth the of glad our !security fur the future" lAs, nevertheless, left our The Chair appointed tho following gentlemen ing slavery! from obtaining a foothold in the NorthWest course Eastern taken paper by,the our News I hope unflinching our friend democratic G. will Gates tad IVlnthrop, voting NO !
I adversary in the of her Chief Territory, is a Gen. Taylor if dispo-
.1 ; .. country that hereafter and forever New York I language own" Magis. a 1 Committee of Arrangements : precedent yet recoilsider and pull with us as usual in the democratic How will the whigs of Florida stomach voting to
/ Irate, .on the roaj to prosperity our Government sod, could rtnt get over, were Congress to pass an act
ntit consent to the tzttic of the bounds of slavery. Major John Beard J. R. Forlune, Wm. R. harness. Let us be all at work,East.Middle such in the Vice President' chair *
thus superseding the moral ot t national restriction slavery from California and New Mexico. place a man
; J.: With these inflammatory appeals, coupledwith magnanimity to the tackle of our grandeur power and the gloryof I Hayward, J. W. Argyle, B. C. Lewis, James ficyond all Question, hen\Congrcsspasses\ such an and West. Democracy must prevail." Suppose old ZAC should die-an event by no mean
-- ---
T. Arclicr Asa IL. Clink James Ii Gamble ;'
"I, the our arm U", Ir u.. "or succeed to
._ fiercest denunciation of I ho democratic 11" improbable, you ;know-and FUlmore
Utica Con"mtion.-There
10. That accord lo the resolutions of the Baltimore B. F. Allen. was a rumor broughtby
we In astrairl similar to the the New York
. .. ticket E.prtl would exist in the
pledged' lo the slave interests, the Presidency, how long slavery
mail hat the Barnburners' Convention
... n Convention and adopt them as our on.II. Attest SIMON TOWLE yesterday's ( -
:. .'J the whig ticket, as we all know, succeeded bja That we will give one cr rdial and 7ealons !np- Commercing .idvertinr S.JS- ol New York, which met at Utica on the 22d District of Columbia, or indeed any wLereebe.if a.

...C.': very large majority. Fillmore, and his astcciatrs port to the nominations of our State Convention as Secretary. .That Gsn. Taylor will be 'found as true a Whig, June, ha.1 nominated Martin Van Buren for Presi- bill only lacked his signature to Secerns a law !
; .! --- -- in the general application of Whig principle, a* the
:.:: were all elected) and the welkin was men fully worthy capable of of our nervine respect the and c.nfdenct, their and All the 1)eccncy.-'l'ho Editor of the Whiff party could desire or expect, we hold to betIlablishtd dent,and the lion. Henry Dodge Wisconsin, Vice Would he hesitate even to approve a law protecting

i.'. t. made to ring with the triumph of Northern eminently respective spheres, with ability usefulness country ,in and dis. Richmond Examiner, who was present at the bv Ins Allison letter, and by the state- Piesident. We do not believe it, at least, we do no! the abolition incendiary in our midst, should such aft

.. ., :. interests orrr the South and.its natural allies tinction. Whij: National Cont'cntionSll : ment of the Louisiana delegation. And we understand believe that either of the men mentioned will con one pas Congress I Does the Sentinel approve of

," the democrats. And thus did they rej The meeting briefly addressed) Mr. 'S Wo attended the proceedings of this the also a conveying PLEDGE thaton such That the Barnburners this vote also ? He applaud his opposition te (be
:._ was by (the one great question of principle which most sent to any proceedings. -
j juice? in their riclory-we copy from an Alba- Woolward in support of the resolutions, who most remarkable body from beginning to end ; divides and agitates the countrY-THE EXTENSION have made a nomination we are prepared to hear. South in 'ha matter of receiving petitions, praying

;:1 ; : fly whig piper ; was followed by Colonel Milton in an address and we must be allowed to say, independently OF ILAVERYOTIR! TERRITORY now free-he mil not They never will' forgive Gen. CASS for the honest Congress to interfere with question of slavery,"

.4 New York it.an the side of freedom. Her esonlcheon which did hill' justice to the subject. of our position a member of any party, that seek to interfere with the action of Congress. Thatii and straight-forward opinions he has expressed on and he might as well go the whole figureand sane*
u .
a great <)i t gained. This an
is purified Henceforth her powerful voice The resolutions being put to vote of all the scenes shameless blackguardism, p i arrangement the of in the Territories. tion his entire course.
; Mill tell with enVoi against Ihe encroachments oftUveiy. were unit which {L can be ,ati.ort, question slavery Theynow

.J' N.doujhfj'ace wi ever again disgrace her unanimously adrpfed. owl low, disgusting ungentlemanly wrangling The Boston .tt the leading whig paper in Massachusetts oppose him on no other grcund and it is a notable -

: : proud name in the halls Congrevs. She will send ;I On motion,of B. F. Dcnnard, Esquire a those enacted during the past week in the ,after urging several considerations which. feature in Southern whiggery, that while their U. S. Senate.

forth no more repmenlativcs to yield themselves committee was appointed to prepare resolu. streets, hotels, and Chinees Museum of (the in its piniop, should induce the Whigs of Massachusetts allies in the (tee States, Barnburners and all, denounce The Governor of Michigan has appointed THOM
: the willing tools of those mho arc striving to extend lions the Democratic of this I the FITZGERALD DemocratU.S.Senator, in placed
organizing party City of Lore most
r", and perpetuate an institution inimical to liberty and Brotherly were lo support Taylor, says- him as being favor admitting slavery Gen. CASS

.II, '" dangerous to the sfety and union cf the .' County. outrageously shameless, disgustingand ungen. .Let them ponder these things v\ell. Let themlearnas into the Territories, they denounce him as a Wilmot resigned.

fr : And only' in New York. but retILI\in the This Committee bavins withdrawn for thai tlemanlv nn' that we.- hum__'. J vpt. u soon,.. .At.. -nil. "rut.litical .. thy will learn, if they wi not be dea I Proviso man, and unfit to be trusted by the South The Legislature of New Hampshire has elected

no purpose subsequently through B. F. Dennard, gatherings of this size there must of ne. and blind to) the Iruih-that Taylor MotES NoRRit, Jr. Democrat, Senator in CongresS

'." ;'': neighboring Slates, did the election of the Esq., reported the following resolution : cessity be some disorder both in and) out of Whig in principle, is in favor of peace, opposed to Georgia Electoral Ticket. for sis years from (the 4th of March next, in pUce
; Fillmore ticket bring forth the c all war, believes slavery to le a curse to the country
'1 the wlilgs of the North for nr3tulationloft Be it RetoJred, That for the boiler organ!. door on account of the excited slate of feelIng and desires its exterminatitn and is opposedto The democrats of our sister State of Georgia have of Mr. ATHCRTOK, whose term then expires.On .

: '-" a great triumph zation of the Democratic for the County which is required to call so many people the further extension of slave When nominated an electoral ticket for President and Vice Thursday, the Sib of June, the Legislature of
of'the anti the party ttto.
f; .4 -slavery party-a victory over of Jackson, and to'secure the united rffbrts of from such great distances together ; but no. they shall Idea I these things, we no man President, which gives assurance of victory in No- Wisconsin elected HENBY DODGE and ISAAC P-

j South and iu friends. the whole who truly loves the Whig party, and who bclives its vember. the the both Democrats the U. S. Senate on
t- party in promoting our cause and thing but an assembly politicians, without Among names composing ticket WALKER, to
Hear the Dostop Atlas : essential to and fora
success our can
I' "JLoaTov.Nb. ,.,IJtten to the) thunder securing the election of our gallant leaden a I jrinciples! "oul e"t be guilty of such beast. moment hesitate to believe safely his duty prosperity calls him to we notice toss of the lIon. W. T. COLQUITT and the first ballot. The vote was Dodge 60, Walker 61

: fran the Ewrmt STATE.-The friends Whig of(rtdom. committee of three be appointed in each pre. 1 lr behavior a was exibited on the steps of give him his:'arden and zealous support." M. HVLL MCALLISTER. JAMES GARDNER Jr., Whiton 23, Collins 23, Tweedy 1, all Whip.33A .

.f. b! ,:. the advocates of the nghliofthe free North, the opponent cinct in the County to be called the Commit"tees every hotel and in every other public place And the .tllas further supports ill position by Esq, is also on the ticket. Mr. G. is the presentable friend tells as that it is doing MILLARD

.' of a wasteful war hue wen a glorious, overwhelming of Vigilance, whoa. duty it shall be to in Philadelphia during the past I week, by the publishing I trie following and courteous editor of the Constitutionalist. FILLMORE to that he voted with Gid-

1 and stupendous victory in the Empire co-operate to this end. representatives_ the gentlemen party of the I Cot. Johnson, of Upper Piqua, Ohio who was The ticket as a whole is not surpassed if eoualled. injustice say
# fte. The IMer'ofreum. and the haler of. all the committees selected I toe Whips of Miami, their that'of dings and Slade on every occasion in wnicn
.. The Whereupon respective were United States. by I delegate to in ability and political experience by any is to be
slavery There
upholdriof involved.
:4. encroaching triumphe. the Convention staunch, Whiff-who interests of the Sooth were
of' all accordingly appointed. undoubte other State in the Union.
the war wrong, Gen Butler in has in a longife|) devoted to doqe it found in the record of Congress ONE mstance of b '
Language.- a cus
'. the of tttp spread of human slavery, have On motion of S. Dickson, Ihe fol. Jeorablt ,
.." aWae in the dust by Ihe people of New lowing resolution Roler was adopted : speech in Congress in 1841, referring to Mr. service-a delegate and to Harrisburg in 1S39, and to CO": Mr. Yanc y recently addressed a large democratic voting against those fanatics. That was when G&-
bn uaanimously Baltimore in LS44, who has known Gen. Taylor !
jli"\ ., Y6I. The battle hu been met on the great issue Be further Retohed That in ail Democratic Clay l made use of the following language : long and intimately, written a letter before us, that meeting at Montgomery Alabama and made dings offered a resolution to dissolve fa U***

tw- ,. or PAc< FREEDOM, for whiih of SLAVERY true meetings In this County we invite allWlig .To the reproach of a party supported by his he u all that we could desire upon this very point.He an effort -to draw democrats off from the support of FILLMORE Toted against him !

and a victory has "ten won ev.ery and talents alonethey have everaban- writes that he has him declarewitb much the Presidential ticket. On the ballot, Mr. Yancey
fail tn to meet and allow them the name hea.
the Und cannot l us we
loverof freedom ;it rejoice. Louisiana
) I"P"
.. On the one hand krere engaged the opponents full privilege of wi discussions, and doned him in the hour of need, and left him force, that he- regade slavery as a great evil lo the had 13 votes The State Gazette says that Mr. 0- We notice that some of the
; .
answering and a hope that the oftheii psP't
.f on the other, supporters of the principle-no cTERitoiror that we will lime with them, agreeable to are to the mortification of being. distanced by eYe country might arrive hen expressed we could strong(get rid of it altogether time; Y. is dead in Alabama-that iit to My, be-is political fly TAYLOR'S name alone at the head FILLMQKE-!

:1# SL'YER1. The i iau baa been boldly be competitor." and declares his firmest conviction ly defunct. They cannot swallow MILLARD
met by the advocate slavery, and the result.It all rangrmenf.1 to mae by a committee of cry Cot Johjnson ,

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r'" and the Bcutluei.e Comlut ever t Cn contlnuence of time markets in -this District himself |in favor of leaving to Territories the Wanted, List of LettersREMAINING

Sentinel mincet under tie: exposition we The American Democrat, pobl.be at Carlisle, and city, they could satisfy; the people of other right to regulate their ow n affairs. Wo are A SITUATION a TEACHER in a private family in the Post Office a Tallahassee

And well it may.o. Peon.,baa the following: ftcctions that this was proper, ha would treat persuaded that the South will accomplish the or academy, by along gentleman who b.bad ,: v
.la w.*k I wbilPrniple. .. experience in giving instruction in tbe different Adams Rev William t KnappJamesP. 3
the the ratification
t Among ppeke at meeting their petitions with He of Ihe Abolitionists by adopting
the was willing any;
C: it i. that tbe recent conduct of rrrpect. purposes branches of Cla.icl.l and Mathematical Anderson, Tutxrt Ki'ndon, Charles
a on Tuesday e\eninl, we imtrced wilh pleasure two that each slould br fully heard, and that i other policy than that indicated by Mr. Cass Egli.b.
i.wbjet to tbe "creft I>d'c' le'll cant gentlemen may be Mid, have I turned from party I education every respect qualife to prepare Allison S P Kyle Sirs Amelia A
trait pa that our charity reluses the evil of their wajs." and joined the ranks of true each should have the privilege of IpAking No Wilmot Proviso can more certainly ex. youths for any college in the Unio. The applicant l\rnt. Jones F L*.hnler.f Mary Lucent

*, but b greatly ditreSe We would' gladly i republicanism. We allude to Gea Willis Foulke their views before the people ,. elude slaveowners from Territories than the can finnish testimonials of ability and character Bettner, las K S Daniel G
cur just nricaturn : ,ansi I will be satisfied with a moderate salary.Address Raker, Martin L 4
rrftrain "
and chivalrous officer in the war with En- absence of all law to slave Locomey. Davy
but uill be unable brae It Mr. replied to Mr. Fillmore on that protect property; Savannah Ga.
"rtour we \'iso W. II. T., Baker, Daniel B Long,
and the friend in F.warl
neighbor's CH1ng gland, personal of companion when introduced into them. The institution
w.if be take upon himself to receive the arms with. Gens. Cass and Butler; and to S. Dnnlap occasion, and denounced, in indignant term. July 1, J&.9 50 Barker Moses Lynn Lewis \
aitn at his That bis party Adair, Esq.,. and influential member of our ; the slave we repeat, cannot exist unless established bylaw ; Barber George W ).,nn. A D
his claims
which we party. tlenle to legislate away"
pro. Brooks }
bar. Mr heretofore been a prominent To enable the slaveow ner to obtain admission Notce. Jam. -Lipsotnb. Capt las
V itself before the country in a very uLulons h. of the District of Columbia.*' Mr. Wis r-ill Brannen, Robert n. 1.1a T, Mrs Mar 1 1i'f1
month ater
rreDt member of the opposition, "'.at one time its candidate perty into Territories we must adopt 1 policy SIX dae. pre
denied by ob- Buchanan, Me
not to any Maiwell. Daniel
attitude b for Con"rlu in this i"tit. and so great was said : equally distant from the ultra-politicians of their accounts youbU5tn the Honorable PRlewetl

--rrrmg man. They say they hare principles to con. his personal popu'anty: that in obtain I the South and_ .ihp. _abolition__ _fanatics_______ of the Judge of Probate of Benton County and apply I HlderVtlw. D' M.rhal. CharlesC.cbettThnmasJ
"bir to hear the u nO.H" for teller of dirnmion Administrator and Administratrix DCaon.
Then, why da they run a man for PrrsiJtnt ing a very respectable majority of lie. votes of thiscuIIIIIy was carry some o remarks as lhrcfn.
rtdkr. for that notwithstanding, hit associateson of the gentlemen from New York.- : of the etate of Willutrt Boyd, late of Marshall MinelryAlzerM l S 2
who will not promise to carry 5Ut prDirlt. the Federal ticket were largely in the minority." DEMOCRAT.( said County!, Christie, Joseph R Mi.! n. Stephen 'JChaires.
He that the of the North I
are con. dttease&A.
] and who SITS he doe nut know enough to says people fc A. CLARK. Mn Ann Mali Merritr. Elijah: J

them whether hn principles are the same ? The Creeks and Seminole tinually shocked by advertisements of slavery LATEST KROM MEXICO. Administrator and Administratrix.Angela Chaire*.Green 2 Moore, Lcvi

'Dfom I am Sir, that their nerves are so deli Benton Co., Fa.. July 1. IM3. c)') Cm Chrk.Jes M MouctiatJohitChile'es.
chieftains not to rule There it be between sorry
say that military ought is appears likely to difficulty We have dates from Vera Cruz to the IJilh. ,William 2
They did than M.Cmne.Alirh
when their fathers
tbe(government? Then why do they run a man these two warlike tribes of nu e. An Ar- cat, more any; The last division of the Army under (;en. ; I Wakulla Circuit Court. Carpenter Wm vrer
other of the colonies establish
who i. nothing else but a pure nuiitaiy chieftain' kaasas paper (the Fort Smith herald,) has a letter people to slavery Worth, broke up Camp at Tacubaja on the SPRING TERM, IS t IS. Chester Anner McDonald George 1 J '

f The condemn and abuse the Mexican war. Then from correspondent, writing rum Little River, on amongst us. 9th, and marched through the City. Mutual Thorestin LumpUin Agent forl Cook, James W fIUan. James %
The he ,, Aftachmnf. Craven, Dr John Newton Mrs LrmianaNeville.
*hj do they choe'.for their leading man, one who the 6th ult., from which the following extract i is the gentleman of the II} 'i he ever reaper to Slutt were fired, the American flag was ta. Robert Lumpkm, S Debt &'..ssp.William Davis, J W I Edwin

.. otherwise distinguished than a one of the nu- taken :. property the ; this caif ken down and the Mexican run up. Herrera Sinter t I Bunll it tbti). Davi.. Zacai.b unD.F/i/ \ 2

teTVIehet1 D of that war Dos not all this entitle I Upon suspicion of being wronged some time ago5Coa.coochee legislate away property of and his Ministry were in attendance, ready to defendant and others interested! take Pavi,'. Wiliam S Oder, Thomas

tbe Whig party to ridicule and to nothing el!e? cut ofF'he taf ofajoungTallahass.ee, Sir, R slave is a much property here 8 in enter the City under a strong escort of Nation TIE of the ins'itution of the abo "i by no at- Dewif, Wi hingtO'iDrake O'Neil. Joseph J
Since then the Indians Virginia i the law and the consti : Paul Owens Dan W
and without by
g"od ; property
of this it cau. al Guards the the left.- t.chmtntlnd and the declaration
u candidate ort sort, n : Americans plead to
\;ben they put ( have held several council, for the purpose of retaliating tution. And in addition to the remak of the mOOn appear Elli*.n. A K Patterwun.AI Al xander
declaration of As the last Division left the firing was filed in the case within the tile prescribed by law. ,
strange that some principles was upon Wild Cat. Lat night a large crowd ol City, F'alcoicr. AsznonJ Potter, Rev Ira L
gentleman fiom Alabama. Mr. ) H. Y.
I D from them. Vtt they gave none. I Indians proceeded to Wild Cat's council house ( McKinley, in the opposite direction supposed to be GI rareUSithaR Plant John G
expected hear Attorney f Plaintiff.
. this subject however, the Sentinel sacs ; where was held a dance and in the darkness and that you will not surely take private property!; I a between the Mexican troops and July I. IS43. 50 "3m r Fletcher. Mr Sarah Bawls.Thos J
trOD confusion that ensued, laid hold of the wrong nun, without just compensation and that you cannot I Fletcher Dr Lionel 2 Register.William
.e bo knows
I \nn"party,and i intimates that it is not important. beaten nearly to death-was also minus no"e and throw the new government.The Franklin. Lausan: D Robinson James V*
ofthc South for slaves! I will
to them known by resolution or ears. ThenTis a treat excitement prevailing among to pay repeat troops were all pressing to the COsta OF Flynn. Miss. II Simpson, MM Mary And
\be that when the Whig the lodi.nl, and there is no telling what will be the the idea lhatjalthough jou have exclusive jurisdiction fast as possible. Tbe Georgia Battalion The Southern Literary Gazette, File, Miss Miry Scarbror.Slvron '
!hetie. I may true. ot the matter" over this 'ten miles square,' jet it i is : Feb!,,. Rev Wesley Semme Col A G
under Cols. Sejmour and Calhoun, were alEncerro A JOURNAL
wrly went by its original name. Federal party every of the whole! I "orte. Enoch Starkwelber,
for the Josephus
common ground, gocd Ot SATURDAY THE 13TH: MAY. .
tod knew what its principles were but of late days Gen. Can at Home. on the 16th, and would probably sail Fulfonl. Witch Smith,John
; and for the of the whole people of
cannot affirmed a fact. Mr. WEBSTER The Detroit Free Press thus speaks of the recer- every on the 22d for Mobile. We may thereforenpec BY Gates Mr mith, Lvmnn 2Gordin
Ibn b State in the Union. And I would ask of the
rpHF.RE il not. South of the Potomac, a single Joseph B Tayior,1IR '
There is almost daily to hear of their arrival.It .- .
md the Bank is an obsolete idea. tion of the news of Gen CAM'S nomination in that
JL whose sole i is and
a gentleman if he can come upon this ground Journal object to develope (.ruer, EWra Tailor, Andrew or Thos
; tb funeral of one of their main measures. 1!.COST city with his carriage and horses, why I is said, that a large body friendly! Mexicans roster literary taste and talent in the South; and this Graham. David M Thomas C M *

Joii!!iox, another leading Whig says that the old .Yesterday was a great time of congratulation Come with -slaves, to remain here cannot, to live were following our Army for protection fac is certainly a safficient reason for an earnest attempt Grant Edward P Thomas. Richard '
between the two caanot be kept up among the democrats of cut ci'y. E try one you my against the cruelties of their government to establish such a journal. The failure of Harley, John D ThompsonSmith
issues of parties others that met, in passing through the slreeh. carried the ex here a long a t pease! (? Sir, I say it not in tbe crowd were about 2000 women, who were previous eturtl cannot be regarde by the intelligent llavij, MM Mary Turbiville. Wilson t
Isi this is the language many e party. pression of their feelings in countenance radiant passion, but calmly and dispassionately, that for min as an argument against an attempt. Those Harvey,Mrs Mary Vinyant. William
aid and comfort from the cruel
Jtat, how can the old issues be abandoned ? The joy that sprung from the heart. At the corner Congress has no right to abolish slavery even looking may have been, and probably were the result HaslinzThoma J W, h A

democrats remain true to their'laith. Unlike the of the streets, and on the walks, could be seen knots here, against the consent of the slave-holders Yankees of circumstances no longer existing. The needof Hiitchin.oa.MrsElizabeth WilsoCharlotte:

no reason for changing their pOli.tin. of person, eagerly listening and mingling their expression Capt. Woflbrd with one Company of Georgia such an organ in our midit, is so universally acknowledged Mr. John S Williams,Wiiam"
see who
Whigs of pride and joy at the result of the deliberations are not represented ; and I warn gentle. Mounted men arrived at Cruz that not to attempt to supply the deficiency Jacobi, John C Williams,
I is inevitable therefore, that there must be of the convention The hearty warm graspof men that the South-I speak for all a strongly l the 14th. Vera o would indicate a disregard of the sign of Johnson .\ Wiggins, Jesse J

,, changing on the part of the Whig. What i< the hand wa but an indication of t the spontaneous a one man can speak for many, for million the times scarcely, more surprising than inexcusable. Jchn!on. Iii!s Julia M 2 Yonnge.Chandler C 2 ..1t.:t.

It' How is it to be affected ? they prop warm letting of joy and gratification within. -that the South will fight to the hilt againstthe Col. Domingaez of the Mexican Spy company The progress o' the ageand the rapid advanced Johnson. Bert hey
which the was at Vera Cruz, with his command the South m Conmerce,Manufactures and Internal *. PeMoni calling for ( the above letters'
now ? These arc the questions pt11e Emphatic.-Parson ROWNLW. of the Jonesbo- abolition slavery! in this District, unless for the United States. It I is supposed Improvements, imperatively demand a corresponding will please say they are .. advert ant hied."
answered. But no answer i gi\en. is the inhabitants slaves themselves bund vlvaice literature. To aid in this I 1'
I rough (Tenn.) WK'g before the Convention was owning pr will lie to this coon.try in great object M. N\SI P. M.
a large emigration
to say we bat any knowledge of whig rrinci- held forth the declination tition for it, as they would against any interfere | he has established a Weekly Journal at the seat July 1. 19)' cit) :
.de have put following emphatic as the Mexicans had already, commenced of the University!! of Georgia and rallied around it
and Tnej
declaration acts. with the of slave
from inVirginia.
?ls past to support General TAILOR : nee right- property their cruelties towards even the friendly females the bct.ritet'of the South.Ihe Fletcher Institute.rplIETrosfeesi .

jbwidoned and repudiated the past. They place I I Gen. Ta\lor is nominaed: for the Presidency some of whom had been despoiled of Editor is ai'ured of the support cf his able .5
new ground but the people are to the Conventions that in this and coadjutors in the Orion and also of mud of Fletcher Institute Florida ConJ. .
upon meet
by can This is the Abolitionist who has 1IKazine.
tbemte al lfe. man-an heir hair and branded with the letters U. .
ferencc will
offer for sale ,the 16h
ignorant of their position. These thing are if is the last and only candidate that the thcr assistance from mot nt writers of on Tuesday :
considered\ of concocted with closed doors. The Whigs have between this time and the day of judgment been put upon the ticket xvith Zachary Taylor! S." on the cheek. Ihe South .The GAZETTE is made. up of matter both I A'liruit next a number of beautiful building lots*

w'e will not support him or vote for him." And Florida original and nlrctrd ; and comprises!, Tales, Essays, situate at Fletcher Institute near Thomasville. Ga.,
hear what is now, slaveholding Whigs are
r ople are kept out of sight- to JIoic Gen. Cl.f received the nrift of his Shthf or Travels Poetry Criticisms, and a Gen a huh healhy.weM-warereJ! place on the following
The Franklin Renew of the State, that
going on And when the matter is fixed, and theo same save you willing to place in tile Vice President's domination.-The Washington i correspondent eral Mi"ccllany of information in all departments of : cashone-third payable firstJanuary
this declaration of BROWM.OW I expresses the determination Literature Art and Particular attention is ,1343,one-third January,IS'iO. Purchasers
dark ,
declare their
opened they refuse to count chair of the Nation, man entertaining of the lialtimor Si.nce.
Clipper : from to four together,
of a large majority of East Tennessee says given to Scientific Mechanics. can procure one acres .may
!! Of a surety Whig principles lead to very Wlujrs" sentiments so hostile to our dearest interests ? On Thursday, the news of the nomination In Mechanical execution it i,surpassed by no contemporary suit thetn. Persons wishing to look at said lots will

Bintenous doings. of Grn. Cass by the Democratic National and the aid of the fine arts will not b. call upon Mr. Hodscn. at ThomuTile. who will exhibit .

Oir neighbor seems to be 0 opinion that it is a Ital of Mr*. MUchill.'e find in the Philadelphia Ji'or the Charleston .\crury. Convention wa first communicated to him wanting to enhance its attraction Ptrtraits o fo thn plan of Irnnn(1. .
and of &uthcrn Life ard Aeenf.
bad business to pass resolution,because,perchance, News of Uat week, the following affecting SLAVERY IN TERRITORIES.. at the United States Hotel, by a page of the Scencrv.Southern w writers ill 1.e presented., pictures June W, 1548. 47 SITI"

thtremsht be reason aflerwards for departing from announcement : To be right is indispensable necessity in Senate, who had received the telegraphic! dis- The' Editor confidently appeals to the fiicn
t tiro; and he cites the Baltimore resolutions upon .We regret to lear by private letters from the every cause. It gives strength in time of patch at the office, sent on by Dr. Ramsey, of Literature in the South ;and he is happy to announce Notce.

tb'.ubjec slavery and new territory,a instances Kfv. JameAll.on.. Pri-s!>\terian minister at Lu- need, confidence in danger makes Tennessee. General,' said the page, you that his enterprisa is of no doubtful :!ue. By private TMIE undersigned: Malcm M. Mcintosh, iljIiiK
cumphre, county of Dem', i dated May 21th, victory effort large and list has been obtained -I I J. life of Madnoii d
where pledges have been violated. As to Oregon reanJ. virtue, and robs defeat shame. is not hue received the nomination Here is the I generous County, e5. hereby gif.
that the wife of John Irish patriot and of One have
I upwards, Touand SUb6CTMr not ice,that, on t the first Monday in Avgust next,she?
acted under the advice of the Senate
tac President ; the but the interest of South dispatch. The General refused to take it, ,
died but a few dafn her unfortunate husband only duty, pledged their support to paper. wa!, will make application to the Jud.eof Prbate for
list a to the Madison resolutions, they have not wa transported. shok was so severe upon her that on the question slavery she should be hut seized the! lad's hand, and said that he I accomplished, the editor wa!unwilling to publish staid County to ha"f her dower in the lands and personal -

been violated. But admitting the premises, is this that it brought on premature confinement, which right ; otherwise, the institution must perUhtj would never forget him. The General's counenance his Journal but it "now given to the public wilh estate of her dtteaP husband allotted and setoff
resulted her death. The had caused a the unequivocal that it shall be .
should in occurrence assurance permanent to Tier .
reason why the people b kept ignorant the operation of that inevitable law which wore a saddened aspect ; there was
very great degree of sympathy and it was thought TERMS-I. The Southern Literary Gazette is MARY F. MCINTOSH.Ma .
rfthe views of those who seek their sUpport? Beaow sooner or later rights the Have not no indication whatever of pl The Gen handsome .
might end in a popular outbieak. wrong. uurt. published weekly on a imperial qnirtoof democrats do wrong,and violate their pledges, some of the Southern politicians abandoned eral said to the page, (whom he had befiier- S pages-printed from new type on fine while pa- : ,

furnishes to Whigs to do the same Still in a Quandary The N. Y. THi ne has led and who entertained .
th no excuse he right on this subject Exasperated! b feelings gratitude per2. Dr. C. C. Vari Wyck,
thitg. They claim to be of a different stamp, to be not ,'c made up its mind to support Gen. TAYLOR he aggressions fanatics, have they not, instead ) for his benefactor,) 'I was a poor boy, trav- It is per furnished annum in to adcanec single -subscriber and to clubs at TocJioltars sit T ATE Professor of Sureen' in the "Ffankfrn

m r honest more faithful more consistent more The editor says : of being content to repel these attacks, dung across the Allcghany Mountains, and tM Ten Dollar JLj Medical CoHe reof PhiraderpH.has taken up

iotic They would by no means act as badly a .We lost t two subscriber yesterday-one cxprcss- i advanced beyond that line upon which here now-oh what a change What a country is 3-All communications, not containing remilancrg his residence in Tallahassee, and i is prepared to en*

p,l hey say democrats have done. The Sentinel adds : nomination ly because we of hrsltatt Ger. Taylor-the to endorse other and becau-e rupport the we I'tofore the South has boon invincible. Heretofore this !' The memory of the incidents of a life- attention.,or solicited articles, must be post-paid to insure of aaze% Earl in all let the r.duties Building.of hU" profession. Office,South

"And we apprehen it is the constant and noto. hesitated to oppose it. Don't hurry frilod. we we have demanded that the institution time flitted across his mind in a moment, and WM. C. RICHARDS. June 10, 1S4*. 47

now,ioltions promises, in the form o res shall make up our mind one of thee da's. slavery should be let alone. We denied he felt no hesitation in expression them to his ATHE.V*, May 13, .
: olaions,bylhe party in power and which hare brought I the right Congress to limit its extension.We .- youthful and orphan friend. It was not long N e\vr Springs, Florida.
s fl people pledges-insomuch in ,great that he who promises disrepute most among, is Rtadfor wicion.-Al the Democratic papers in iicter claimed the right to extend: it by before gentlemen called upon him. Mr. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills

1''a t tten set aside by them for a candidate who 'il Ohio says the StateFmau, hare rnn up the CAl and legislative enactments. Apply this rule to McClelland and Senator Felch were there.- AND
< BUTLER and into the battle with an energy Tonic and Restorative Differs. a
flag gone
aram'ue all.
nothing at Territories. Congress has no right to When the latter congratulated him, he said

This,then, is the secret ; but we apprehend there and determination which) i! sure to diomft laws excluding slaves neither has it a rightto pass that the nomination was to him unexpected Fur the Purification of the Blood and Rcilonng of
the all Morbid Secretions
, isa mi.tak of fact here and a very great one. The Whiggery in the day of trial. The electoral vote of enact laws establishing slatery. I this -much. very much so and that he Jell as Glands System, Skin from and Lifer, Morbid Rumors of, and tht T liE WARULU HOTEL, having nnderfone ex* IiiK

: people do not consider it odious" or I disrcputa- Ohio from present indications will be given to the true ? Then the emigrant to newly acquired though a great load rested upon him. You Initiated State of the System, Sec.rplIESE ception tensive of gaests Impro\elentl.under the rcrerintei r now open* rte for of the Mrr.re'

U*" in men to declare what their principles are. Democratic ticket. Territory Oust be jj governed by the general will soon have no colleague,' the General remarked Pills and Bitters have been steadily gain. MAtDJ1 whose experience and welt known quail'
On the contrary, they desire to be informed on Ibis. Gen. Scotr* Opinion.-When Gen. SOT let I principles of the Constitution and the acts of ; to which Senator Felch replied mong in"?those in Donularitv' of doubtful amonz efficacy all classes or -experimental are not now ties a a hostess warrants t he promts that no expense

abject before they cast their votes. They might be founded it. Now I that what will be will or attention will be withheM that would add to tie
neither the
his command of' the army in Mexico lie said he felt Congress upon Wel, hope my los character, but can be relied upon as composition comfort and of visitor*.

satikCed without resolutions or other declaration of: extremely glad that .be could leave the army in Constitution nor these acts establish slaveryin je your gain.' founded upon correct therapeutic principle and These Springs pkasure are situated on the St.Marks Rivets

principle, where their candidates have been before such excellent hand: Gen. WM. O BfTLtR"sajs any Territory, and it is not a part of the --- -- -- confided in a safe, pleasant and efficient Medicine five miles above in pnction with the Wukelb. and
Tonic Aperient is needed, anJ where
the public as leading statesmen, and hate often exfrwsed unwritten law of this CELEBRATION. \herer a or eighteen mile Sooth of Tafrahassee} in the
he, .i ii: not only an able statesman, but an exalted common or country. a Purgative or simple Cathartic alone is needc I I. the abut
their ,views till they ,known and familiar patriot and a brave hero." Slavery exists nowhere in this Union but h JC):>- The coming fourth of July will be celebrated% 'ilfs alone stand unrivalled. of a healthy pine fgi n. open to the constant 4;
} breeze from the if residence
to every body, but not where there; is total igno- legislative or positive enactments. I is at the School House, on Lake Jackson, on Tuesday They will positively Curt, and hare in thousandsof sea during the sultrv slimmer rendering truly a dehghtful.<

nnce, in the language of Mr. BOTTS,I careful con. .'I Enthusiastic Mug." Who a'e 3 on goingfor municipal regulation. How shall emi- The Declaration of Independence will be cal. Dyspepsia Jaundice. Liver Complaint, A substantial bridze has monhA.t .over East River/

oalmtot" of the views of the candidates. D the tor President ?" asked a Democrat of a \\'hll before grit recover his slates where there are no read next and an Oration delivered on the occasion. A Debilily.Eruptions! Loss of the of Appetite S"in. Sallow Suppressed Complexion Gtneral binging the light-house. and sea shore within an
people act in the dark ? Are they to be led to the the Philadelphia Convention. laws recognising them to h. property-punish general imitation is hereby given to all persons who &.c. ix. A. an excellent "adieat" of mercury hOUr on horseback or in carriages, where convenience
for will be fcond at all time.
Pe&* blindfold' This mud be the opinion of the .For HCKRT CUT and no body else, if he lives : injuries to them-exercise ownership over may find 't convenient to attend. fro the Y.tt these Pills and Bitters are unequalled. The bathing sea establishment bathing eonntctid vvrth the Ho-:

higs,if they expect the people to tote for TATa if he dil.1 g.fo ida administrator" them 1 Docs the slat'e.OWDer carry with him MONROE, 1 The indications requiring Spencer's PrlU aol Hitter tel has been thorottgMy repairedard imprOYt'mrl
rrOIGf ,and when I should betaken without delay asa
without knowing his position o any single, (:> W J. GR.HE of Kentucky, has been appointed the laws South Carolina in favor of slavery LLOYD, I ID preventive of they the formation of orate disease;ale I made" KO that |lunpe and shower bathe Can be furnished -
I). YOUNG, at all hours ot the day free of
iclitary question before the country. A high com- then the fleet laborer oftbe West carries with S Commilee.W chogfttgetner"itb
by Go,. OW,LEV, U. S. Senator in the place JOHNSON when Ihe tongue is furred; when the urine i is the intrinsic value and
I miraculous
fliment, surely, to their capacity fcr self-govern of Mr. CKITTENDEX, resigned. GRAVE is better him also the Jaws of his State against slavery. ELIJAH JOHNSON, highly colored ; when there is pam'in the stomach ackn\'ledge( ( in particular cases presentattractions

Bent, Which law shall and be paramount and bowels; when there arc nervous irritations ; invalid citizen of leisure
known as the murderer of CILI.EY of M.me, preni --- -- --- -------- ----- -- to fhe .n net
when there pains in the back and when
YM, we do complain (hat have not Who shall decide Thereis Vermont write follow are hul> surpassed in the Southern States" Those rn pursuit
our opponent whose wile went mad after the tragic end of her controversy .6 gentleman from as : the skin i* hat, dry or ; when appetites
told m what they intend to by electing tribunal to the Vermont, June IS, t5N. yelo" of pleasure alone can always find boats for fishing
accomplish husband He is a relative of Gov. OWSLEY. try question. Assuming Cambridge poor ; when there ae ccd chills,; when the parties, or excursions to the Wakolla Spring and I the

TUL". We know, of course, that their highest that Congress has no power to establish or Mr. Seth W. Fowle, dreams are bad or startling; in sleep.If Bay.or can enjoy the more ercitmg pleasure of the

aim i i to put down the democratic party, but when WHO IS MILLARD FILLMORE exclude slavery-that a Territorial Legisla. Dear Sir-For several sears pa-t my usually good taken on the occurrence of any: or all of the!! chase, seek i the Ten Pin Alley, the game
indications of disease much and etrc5
that is done,what do they promise net ? Nothing lure cannot restrict their admission, (which h has been occasionally interrupted by spells if be approaching prevented pain of BiHiarch, healhU dance. In a word,

_ -absolutely nothing j Their candidate tells them We answer-he i a Wilmat Prrioit, and implies a previously existing authority to establish coughing.heal produced by colds ; a year ago la.t winter .ickots The above nay Medicine fresh and genuine, are fur an every agreeable thing possible resort. wi be to make the Spring

set one word as to what he will do, or will try to he is also Slavery in -for to restrict is to establish upon I brought to the verge of the crave by a very ale b LEWIS &. AMES. June MIS. 47
a 10.
aolilng tIe Tallahasstel.T '
r & He tells them though he knows very little of District infaroro. The Richmond Enquirer condition,)-then is the slaeholderirtually severe cough accompanied wilhseverepains in both July 1.1819. 50 :

i politics. Then..ba ran he do' I there not rcaRQ excluded from the Territory. Now there arc sides betwee the shoulders, etc., which with long liE following,which we extract from the Cam- Drugs, Medicines, &c.
of June 1 : manifest the dem Journal, is from the Rev. E. L Frazer. of
says reasons why to legislateupon
that the people should complain that they are ; power continued night sweat, and other alarming jmpoms '

l permittedlo know the intentions of the WhigsThe "Butehavefartber information, which this subject should be denied to Con. reduced ins so low that my friends despairedof Kershaw District Farmington, S. C.Kershaw S. C., ? EDWARD BARNARD. JR..

cry will increase. Every voter will demand will attract tbe attention of the South. In the gress. Among others that its acts might be recovery. I consulted physicians, and tried May Diltic.19. 15.6. ) receire' by the late arrivals, at

lKb.sad light they will have or scorn to vote for llth vol., page 1395, of Gales & Seaton's made to affect the whole of the Southern the my various remedies of the day but none of them I have used in my family Dr. Hull's Fever and .HAS AND to his stock of GE4

"old ," "Congressional} Debates," we find the re. Stales, while the las of a territory can only last I Dr. Wistar's Balsam Ague Pills, and also Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, cf JtEICINES.
At CotA.
Witf cured good
me. procured for the last two years, and hate no hesitation inro ql .
marks of Mr. Fillmore, which we append, in operate within its own boundar ls. Is it of Wild Cherry, and it saved my life: I have not ouncing them to be most excellent family medicinesand Also,on han!a general assortment of tb following -
More Evidence be claims in not wser to recognise the of Territorial which are wafranted viz
which to legislate away slavery power a enjoyed better health for many years, therefore I can I an act of justice to the worthy proprietor nin :

FILLMORE. AND SLAVERY! the District of Columbia. The debate, in Legislature to establish or exclude sla. recommend others who may need it to try it. of these invaluable Pills, I will state for the information l\tk'. Pantn., Rowan. Improved Tonic Mix-
than to it ? The"new and satisfaction of all concerned that Cherry Brandr.ll'*
deny into
1835, occurred on a motion to printa very corners BENTLEY.For my
February SAMUEL
More and more is daily coming te light meneringittota.lIy had been 1 lessthe Pills emn'. Celebrated( Cathartic, ;
proof wife to nnr marriage more or
the prior
from Rochester, to abolish slaveryin territory, as Mr. Yancy styles them, :
petition and Dinner
for any Southern man to'ate sale by .\R ARD. Jr. Druggist Talla- subject of and Fever for about eighteen Worm Cough 1nge.Bonpland's
impossible the District of Columbia. (On motion of will, we are justified by experience in assume E Chi. Fever and Ague *Cordial/
That he is Newport and by gene- months having various remedies without suc- Celebrate Rmel.
FILLMORE. anIW bassee D. Druggists
lo MILLAR Mr. Archer, the whole subject vas laid on ing, regulate slavery according to their inter L.DD. cent and was very much reduced in flesh. A few Tompln' Eye Water Elixir of Opium,

,t and I Hllmot Promtoiit there can b the table, 163 to 69.) ests. It.slave labor be profitable, it wi be ally throuchout the United Stae. das after our marriage she commenced with Spfner't Snd.Saaparia. Turner's' Feter and_ Ague Pills,
le question in the minds of any who are deposed to i -- Pillt, and in a day or two afterwards with BiTTiofa and AntiDyspeptiAPills
We call r attention to the languagn employed certainly' as steam or OIIITUARY.Died '. Huf. <
BeckwHh's Peters'
particular n Anli-Dyspepfic Piltt, anSpencer's <
""kike evidence right in the face and give it due Fills ; she used abont half a box of each ; re-
'deration. We of Mr. Fimore, and the emphatic comments : er, horses or mules. unprofitable, no leg. at Jasper Hamilton County Florida on the suit wasa RADICAL CURE. She regained hemileahthand Piuis,and U Agent (or S. P. Townsend's
would be afraid submit
to of Mr. Wile, now the Democratic Elector in illative enactments can compel or persuade 17th May Mr.' WHITEHURST. aged 93 strength very rapidly,, and has had no return of relebratid Sarsaparilta in quart bottles, al $1 per
1 iaestion to jury of twelve honest whig, selee.I bottle. Also superior Lrtnon prepared from
the Accomac DiMiict. We shall have other to their introduction. The new comers being deceased wu a native of North Caro- Chills and Fever I believe these mfdicne Syrup
Tne .nC.
..1 I f any county in the State and we would of- will free laborers from the rcars. is>be harmless and ; and w hen us d as poSe Citric or Lemon Acid, far pretrble for the
I I further evidence than is lo found in evidence to present of M r. IMlmore's unoiind- : we suppose, lina, and served in the Revolutionary war. lie was directed, are attended! with satisfactory pfifaly. lic' or.ordinary use than that us ally! H, LondoC
1 b our ness on the question Southern rights-but, I West, may pass laws excluding them ; but at the battle of Brush Creek in Geor.gia. L FRAZER.The Porter, &.C..C. -1

Nprrof toay. Their verdict would b against in the mean time, we ask the people of Vir. these laws will not continue of force after the takfn. and prisoner ws compelled to nerve a* a British soldier. E i I June 10. IS"!. 41C1ULYFORSALE.

f *8-could not b otherwise. In addition to this gioia if the Whig Vice President presented to inhabitants discover them to be injurious to lie availed himselfotthe first opportunity to desert following testirrinnyfrom an influential Planer I .

t *pt something below which comes neal them is not far from being what the Whig their interests. They will be repealedr ansi after a lapse of three month, regained! the American in Washington County, we take from the Macin I ,cr Appiyo J. R.( FORTUNE,

1. alluded a week or two ago. to speech calls him, "a sound Whig," an unexcep- But the argument may be retorted ; If free He was subsequently retaken and Telegraph : County, Ga., 5. IS"'. June 10. 1643. 41t Ihe Tin Manufactory.
by FILLMORE in New York in 1641. That troops. Washington January
t the have
tionable" politician ? laborers, being comers, no right to fined on board a )prison-jhip stationed near Sa- Dr. Calvin E. Hull-Dear has been atxiot

1"cli* was head by Southern gentlemen, among Mr. Fillmore said : It was not unreasonable exclude slavery, then the slave owners, being annah en from which he escaped by swimmiiig.re- threl years since I comm Sir-I your Tnt anddgvc'tnd ester and Groceries.*

***was the Hon. MATTHEW HALL MCALLISTER, that the memorial should be and rre.1 the first comers, have no right to establish it. .1nti-Fcver Fills, on toy plantation. I TUST received a large supply of PROVISIT ?
''Georgia. Mr. McV had occasion rffl, to printed The admission is offensive to the one joined his regiment. and curtinud with it until the have had a large number of cases of Chis and Fcer .1 AND GROCERIES at the store of
of the House.He .
the a
among close of the war. and some few of Billions Fever in IH m- & S. KNIGHt
Ie to that .peh..t the late session of t he Deme disavowed most unequivocally, now and exclusion is to the other. The rule must on Thursday, 20lh ult., WILLET only son stance of eitherform of Fever have I failed to died June tO, 1 K. 41
It' State of Georgia. We quote work both Unfortunately, if this rule Die directions followed*and
o forever, any desire on his part to interfere wajs. of John P. and Margaret C. Cole, aged one year and a cure when were they were
i tb Feao Unitn t the 27th June: with tbe rights, or what termed the property be adopted, slavery must succumb for the month taken at the commencement of the diseaseI have Notice.OIX .

""* the ""'"S101 the convention, Ihe Hon. "A want of laws to maintain it. In other words, two had gre ttfc success in ming your Pills, than with
of the citizens of other States. While
ILW months after date the Sndet.ognfd, A Jmoi
McAllister other medicine I have ever'uled in my l family ; ; / >
of its --- any
members and of the
j!, Wei to the late one Baltimore Convention one was call- he did this, he conceived that a a citizen of the institution cannot exist unless establishedby --J Lodge, No. 1. there ii no doubt that when used according to diric- O tratnr of the estate of Charles Decksteiir, late of

e lp for .address. He responded in his usually the State of New York, and a member of this law. Those politicians, therefore, who of Jackson Lodge, No. lions, will effect a tpcedy an radical Ce. Leon Count,wjll present his accounts an I voocher*
A RF.ULAR.EEING Yours before the Hon. Judge of Probate for said County
.lua eloquent manner. We win not attempt to 10ule. he was interested in the claim t property deny the power of Territorial Legislature I\. I.wi b Hall in this city EMANUEL respect BROWN. and pray f far a final fcttlettenl and discharge from

Pe"e it an outline of his upeech. There is one I man within the District of Columbia.He to regulate territorial concerns in this a this evening. Members wilt please b puncul in 93-The above valuable! medicine, freh and said cslafe.THERESE.
however gen-
0 --Ujr to which we will allude. He referred to the effect which was produced well as all other respects, practically aid in heir: atteodance. Al Masonic good uinf.are f-r sale by LEWIS AMES, BECXSf EIf, (By her agent,)

: pronouneed more, he Mil.rd FilMore an o- in the North by the advertisememls in the pa. the exclusion of slavery! from territory. For standing, visiting city, are respectfully invited JulI.1848. 50 TilahaP.& Fl"a. JOHN B DE CORCE,
that he would the W. M.
order of
'uru7ij to attend. By May 9). IMS 44 tv
'the'be i abolitionist and that if he had n pen of this city connected with the purchase they cannot deny the right to lertrict, and as. I S. SIBLEY, Sec'y. For Cedar
S Keys.
: Yld of the f xt, be could do this on the und transportation of slaves. The people of sent the right to establish it. Moreover, to : July J. 1848. 50Molasses teacher Wanted.WANTED .

bis0,1 heat5 speech. at ma.le bythat. gentl.man in that section of the country believed slavery to claim the right to establish, and deny the rightto PLEASURE EXCURSION
a man meeting in New York in Barrels. -at the Miccosookie AcaJeMj'-i
l Heb VUf aceout of thit h.and be impror, and that it should n be tolerated.This restrict, is to advance beyond our former rplIEaleamer GLASGOW, JAMII who b well qoafifie ta leach

eat,that deter a" Soutberu man from hu- was a great national question. There doctrine-let,.us alone ; and, being therefore 20 VERY CHOICE MOL.aSE BARRELS for -., -_ 5 ->- TucaxstMa.sterwiIleaeCo- the English. Latin, and Greek bngoagee. None
=I ; his ngtt. interest invite and to sale tbe Store KllGUT. lumbus the Sib of July, need who refer
b1 rlacn them at in the memorial which should pre. it justifies attempts a Slutda1. apply cannot produce satisfactory
ds o Inca man." was and the files Ilgrfliyf domestic insfiluf ions. June 1.188. 43 for Cedar Jf1an at the Keys ences. To a teacher thus fMified, a food opening
vent its being printed placed on for the benefit of aLd
sea is letter
persons bthinJ berepresented. AppIicttieeeJty (poet-paid
ScOTT,%e army tuwt tcmbty in Fan n.-n. of the Home for future refere ncr.- Whenev.r Thee remark have been elicted by the Leather Top BUggy for Sale.A Luxuries of the eout. For panige apply Cap or otherwise may be .mad .44lH e tutterarjned at

i said tes na-e tworn enough for a whole petitions should be presented here from the comments at the late meetingin LSO one second hand large t'o Horse Barouch. ain, or to Miccosookie.

"h' \1n 0 the Philadelphia Domination.army_ Slates of a different tenor, and this city, upon-tbat portion of Mr. Cuss .t1. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE, ,D. P. SMITH & C6., GEORGE p:. DEJfM5 Secretary.
Slaveholding -
*5.0t blet it which might advocate tbe er Ui hment or letterto Mr. Nichobon in which be declares June 3, 184. 46 "At tbe Tia Mantzfaeter7.a JifM 21. 184g. 48 2 Cebnbit' _. June 3,1848. 49 4t




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--fl- -
', -
j' -. -S-- ... and Shoe Making. STEAMER
: Notice. Spices, the '
.t I' 1JEund."ign .buing purchased
\ 't III. ; The Detroit Free Press, in reply to the ridic. SIX weeks after date we s'al apply to the Hon. T JNnr.P.WOOD'S pickled Geikins, Mangoes. OnU Conititntion of the State of Florida T tmire stock and material of LDAWiREHrELD.

.. } tilnui stories of the Federal Advertiser, re. I If ol the Prilule Curt in anJ for Denlon ion and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Walnut .who i i. about leaving the Stale,

.i > ;(' !.: t peeling the unpopularity; of Gen. Cats at I Count, '; .ulh "'ICrh. for o* administration and Tomato Ketchups, Capers, Olive Oil. Mill-fresh Proposed and agreed to by the third General T-0_ respectfully inlorras his friend and the

rr. .. .* Dire whig in the 0' the estate of $ Ling, late of said. County lard, Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vinegar Assembly ; subject to the action of the ant public that he is at present at the old stand wherehe JAMES TUCKER, MAITX
tunn says : any crazy d." Gooseberries and Currants in Irth Salmon all work his line with .
It.I' ; etd. bllf. is prepared to execute in
U (, city of Detroit say Gen. Cass will nut carry C. T JENKINS 1 Ad car .. Shad and Halibut in canisters, Powder and Gent'ral.Jhsembly. promptness and despatch. lie has on band the finestof THE undersigned avails )himself of llai.
"t ( voteo1Detroitn If JOHN D. ALLEN, Gayente, Brandy Cherries Preserved Ginger Currant ( the public that the :odt If
::; she NO'cmber' BO, dar calf skins and all soils of materials, and will
j t BeitnCoinIvS.F.MayfihIt I 42 fit l Jelly Macarroni, Vtrmicil. Russia and American AN ACT to amend Ihe i2lh Clause of the 5th Article notice and in Ihe best GENTLEMEN'S GLASGOW is now performing her *.,
i he lurk his opinion ? No, there is not roF'trrtahle -- make at short manner f"
Prunesand the Sussannee Rirrr between
1 Isinglass Irish : Currants, of the Constitution of this Slate so that the BOOTS AND SHOES of descrip Colombo 11 lit
I '.:! } w hi-; who I IVlievc thevblg party To Country Merchants. Citrons. Judges of the Circuit Courts shall lu.ld their offices lion. Boots fooled, IOI.d.and otherwise every repaired in Keys. This boat is strongly built 01111.I/Iel r
Jltt. will burceed in this There Nutmezs, Mace Ginjjer, Cinnamon, instead of tenalsand propelled by two ilia-
: city. are more and is AU.pie. for a term of eight jean during reasonable He will engines and
Tin hat now, constantly good style and at charges. warrant "
'than h la( ) whig in this city who will vote f>r i THE, lo Manufjctory its 'i>rk, a compfttf t\- i insect Marjoram Orange Flower, Rose Peach wa- it enacted the Senate and house cotton with suitable a ceo re modal ions at
it SectioN 1. He by
f t (:Jen. Cas*. We 3" to democracy abroad.thai Tin of all Jncr'filions. haw add. d new m.I' & and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any lot -
lie I draft '
'J' k'J fda, extract of Rose l.mon. Peach Vanilla. \f\ Reprefentatittx of the Stale of Florida in Gen sengers, light requiring bit| seteni pa.
than .
I. .;,.p.? ( en. Cass will carry every county in the chmerv btfore, 'in by this which, Ihe work done better ever For ,-ile by LEWIS &: A ME.* eral Jlstnnhlg convened That the l'2th Clause of other workman.. JOHN LERCH. rs water I thereby enabling .her to perform fcl"*.'''

1. ::'.. tat.uf 'Iicbigan-hc wi sweep the whole Tht-re i is a Holier.hp I travelling all the year from Uarianna December 4., tSI7. 20 the 51 h Article of the Constitution of this State be May 8,1917. 42 tl regularly at all seasons of the year belwfWp '"?

1 HI .:. ', north-west II a popular! tnzjoiIy of over 75OIK ,- to Ihe Suwannee River In Ihe Mtr- Fine Perfumes so amended as to read as follows, viz: That at Ihe bra and Cedar Keys,leaving COlcunbuu"y Q-
'' ...." ) fuppl. expiration of the present term of office of the Judgesof DAY morning at 7 o'clock. &f.'nd 1't1i
t4 ( ) t'c"'lIn cha who always rely on
\ .I __Us. L .._,. u can_., _. ..._..._ __.__.1. .{.lr.A A.1::/ .:.,., .it.. From the } ; of Lubin, Paris.TTEDYOSMIA tIe Circuit, Court*,_with t the .exception hereinafter NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY morning. Should : .
.1 ,{ IVee Press also colliding the IoliovinggratifuM" I IIrtII'(III riu.'i JI. '...... 1' "'t lnnfartory :' a
l mail will be promptly at. mentioned, me Justices 01 me supreme uoun, sure extended or the interests or .M___ lilt-
t > article: Tin. "Af.onlr,.sent h.v I'el.lropc; Jockey Cluh, Ro'ieGe.rinium and Ihe Jtu'pes the Circuit Courts.shall be electedfor subscribers would call the attention of the her to perform two !trip per week i. I
lo the Xj. Paicliou'lv ritE
lo, at once : : :
Mn-nionetle, I '
t I..1. ; 1 "The) ; : e sate mat t' 1|>r ccs are always MOie Ambrosia, n.r. Arabia.Ber.de laReine,
i and when Novemberulives SrinJa. for I that term unless sooner removed under the provisions ol GOODS now receiving per Brigs Waku'.la and change or add another new boat to fh **?
for the "' variation. Viole ha/
pnntin: ""llh. Eglantine, : Bergamotte, Vernin.hrroIi ,
.I' (1 tl. : Vanila. of Emeline. Their stock han been selected,with care, I to ihe AtH' "
'L, made in this; Constitution for Ihe removal capacity one now employed.
h.iv hind the atticics. well as 'al
uiil l at the polls doing \\'t on following n ess. Bouquet.Also
j 'I.. .; tljev .unc : : Judges by address or im|>eachmerU ; and for wilful from the most fashionable establishments in New ficable this boat will extend her Inn, J **
every ( / line Glenn's Ashland Perfume and Preston
Ihng our : ,
\ ti'. Iheir whi |( dul, f-pirit is i alut-,1! Furnace,1(1'in.Ich as every familv need ; CookingStoves Merrill's F.\iract: : of Frlrnl Flower : & neglect of duty or other reasonable cause which York ; and, having been purchased at reduced prices wannee river to.1 the Upper Spring,. and l "p SIN Ih.' JWithlacoochie -

: : that is wanting i organization; ", and w e fee! ff thC m/f |>rovi-d kind in nAirTisjht; The true Fauna Colnn-also iie! French and shill not be sufficient eround for impeachment, the they are enabled to furnish their customers prices river. V ,

; :I '. ,V ," that WI Miall hare that in duff time. With Sv.s: for Ch,,nit.-r! :. P.rlor!, or Offices; CotreeR American. L-vendcrand F/ricl.Waters Bay Rum Governor shall remove any of them on the address proportionately low. Their The undersigned w uld further slate lhft

t r ":: nr;ini7.alion aud pood feeling( now mini. -,:str,, I),,nMc )Rod!J Iron Pumps; Ice Criam Free- and Agua de la Reino.: (fiae COmel ic!, rich Porn -des. of two-thirds of ihe General Assembly ; Prodded u.1 ITdW ) Ql ? M@ others proprietors of this boat have ua ij. .**_
selves of the
tlc That the of
fr,:rd in oterv poiiion "flln'i! Slate, CASS andBUTLER 7er-, &1", &.C. I Hair-oils. and Hair-! ,he., Saving: and Toilet S-ups, however length in such address I cause and or entered causes shall the be stated at of is of the best of materials and b<*inz manufactured improve the provisions navigation and an to act entitle}.A. .1.
..11 June 3. hIS. 4Havana t fi; and Combs. Krtishes: for the Head. Teeth on journals navigate lb.
.. ; / I 'e coarse directly under the of Mr. Slillman, all St..I_
: > : \ il! K\rrp the State hr 10.000 article each House. ..7nw i//MrMrrThat the cau'e eye nee river and for other purposes Ihrrfllll11nt
Nails! and I'lcth. A of Cold Cream,
.' 1' The announcement that and superior or causes shall be notified to Ihe Judge so intended fear of shop-work is thereby precluded and persons enacted at the last session of the
majority. Legiaiarlrt
Ca"l Syrups in : For sale J"y LEWIS AMES. article
?- : ., Butler! were the nominees spiead dismay' .70 .. his own defence, before vote for such removal their company pursuant the
have the -: DOZEN I1ipberry, and Orange Flower ------ any rro'i'ioniolll I
ihe and Orange -
'; through Whig camp, shall and in such under Ihe and
'i } pass : cases the vote shall be taken F.ILLAXDVLTER STOCK name style of the Florida Sl.r.iJrt'
., : effect of dis .h'ing! the Whig party: in Michipan. I. 4 Syrup d,iz. Havani!, Presrrres. in Jars, BULL &, PRATORIUS, Sv yea and naYs and entered on the Journals of each mar be found Ihe following: Improvement and Steam Kavifiim. C'Jlllpalt n*

,. 1'4. \.: The skies are bright, and the ides of 4 Ha id'onie Gra s Hammock Apply I 10 .\the corner store under the Sentinel Office and Howe rcspiclivfly.Src. i Blk French Cloth Frock and Dress Coats, Bla.'k The Cocpany will.soon complete fheirarnnllllltli.:
November wi tell tales such a have: not I tien, > J. R. FORTUNE.:: Ant opposite t the Fhtrnix: Buildings 2. He further enacted.That the Judges first Brown and Invis. Green Castor Beaver Sacks.Saxa of which due notice will be given, for Potth3i.

'er tol U I sicce dajs Andre\v Jackson. The June 3 t, 1 J I'. 4i At the Tin 1fnuf.clory. 1 appointed under this amended Const ituf ion,shall be Gotha, Mist Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer dir Cotton and other products of the country, ilia'!
.., tu : NOW OPENING a choice and well selected divided by lot into four c1aii eif. The first class shall Pel lots and Blanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot liberal cash advances upon all rrol91
I :. Demciatic press of the State are overjoyed Leather Top Buggy for Sale. ARE orlmlnl of CLOTHS CAssrMERS.EST- hold his or Iheir office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats and Cloaks of fine Elk when required A- soon as practicaW.< a.hirPfd Ji.

ea' .ti af IIe: honor. conferred) upon our distinguished O oe second hand late fvo Horse HarouchAitnly I INGS and READY-MADE CLOTh fING. The great years, the second for the term of four yeatsthe third and Blue Cloths Pantaloon of Black French Cas suitable packets will be etlabhih bv th. COGlPtl1 ci

: citizen, as well as the great and grOwing West f. AL lo J. R FORTUNE care ,'nd taste bl'slow.-Ihp select ion o(these good for the term of six i ,.arll. the fourth for the term of simer. Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid Check i. Stripeddo. between Cedar Keys and New York .nd 1',. o.

and are doing baltlo most manfully, while the June 3, fJS.jr; At the Tin Manuiaclorv. arrant them HI n\ in<; lo all who wish tu purchase eight years. ; also Tweed SalinE-if and JeanseJo. &c.: VESTS leans for the conveyance of freight and ra-II

." hare __ !!. 2Ood baf ains. volt will do well to call and examine Passed the Senate by Ihe Constitutional majority of H1aek. and Var. > -v Satin_. Sinned_ _!, _soil_ _Phil. !._ .Si'ltr... ._ thereby_ securing lo all its patrons a uf. aDd .. '
I. Whig press, ilismajed, given up argutitPiit Patent Shower Baths. our 5-tock. It woulil l hc a great tax: : on time and pa. December 22. is 17. Passed the House of Representatives I i Velvets- -Plaid-- Cashmeres--- -" -----and n Valencias- .n Plaid- Silk clilious mode of transportation of their;;;uT

'. and 1&0 ro* >rlrd to the lowest species the Tin Manufactory he had a neat ard I I hence to enumerate the different style* and pattern by the Constitutional majority. January 6, &c. &c. eithei market as well as return cargo to U, ii*; or*

ofltackZluJiir.r,ak 'lor no better evidence AT convenient SHOWER may BAT!!, intended for I composirg this sorliaent : suffice it lo say that a I".J-j.] Il\Jazurkas. also an extensive assortment of Cloths. d linali..n. The rates of transportation *ft in :L
I.1 portion of these cloths and ca,.imcrsare of Hillislis's April 15. ISIS. 39 rom instance exceed those hsre'oforcharred Do
I of the feeling of the people of Michigan. l.jniter. It oem i1 hut little room, a.id. ig cnclo- I I Caasimers and Vesting unmanufactured, consisting for or.nowtd
4 '. Ilonstrd L ibrc: acdtheclnihinimndver like services but
.;; L-t the Whig nominees be who they sel) so n, not todiip water on the lloor. I in pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye a material reduction of !
article of their stock i. of Notice. rates i.
a style and quality Cloths do. do. do. do. contemplated at an early ?
.1 June 3, hIS. 4''; I English English Blue and peiiod.as IOOCI
may, tl.ey are domneJ to a most overwhelming that will please the mot fastidious. ALL person having claims against! the estate of Invisible Green. Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and I Ihencrewof business hall warrant such led'GII.

.. ... deli-at throughout the country. HOUSE. would mention I that I lhe.e CLOTHS are of II. Crowd tate of Wakulla County Castor do., French Black Cassimer do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of pleasure tndcfh

1.& b The Daily Wisconsin thus speaks out the MALACHUA: [ st texture, the hot English wool dye, French dec'd., are requested lo present them, duly authenticated do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the Keys a' all seasons of the year .If

', 'I.. 1'. '. sentiment of the and valorous State of FloriJa.rpHE m debackdo! Ca
; in relation!young to the IJallimore nomination s-u':)scriber basing: purchased! the *., French and German black cloths! ,do. Cas will be barie.f ; those indebted to the estate, are Fancy Plaid Satins do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen and others in the Stale, and the beauliful and roB.._

1 1I' I ;. Wisonsin. J. Irlmici formerlv. tinned and fancy Ca"'timl'u. earnestly requested; lo make immediate payment. Velvet!. Cashmeres and %Valencia, Vesting* of Rich tic scenery of the Suwannee will. it i i.supposed
!. : : \v. Peason. Es-j, at rt.wnan"'iHt. E. I.'.. i u now -. of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin, HARRIET M CROWELL Executrix.: Velvet Plush, &c. &c. inducements to many to avail themselves of to plru-

.. Gen. Cass is thoroughly! identified in ;Interest I ready)' to accominod.tte Tra. iller,, and Silk, Woollen VYlver Ca-hmerr'l ant Polkanett( Newpnrt.Apnil 1, ISIS. 372m ALSO AN ASSORTMENT ant an excursion.
S'I and with the WoM I and Noitliwebt; (:by his ertions to nuke his gue.ls as comfortable Cerro Gor ''o and Chriibu, Montrrev checked. This Company having as they believe made fl
J 36"ncaliof as possible. lie ha< good vtjbhn I ;;, and a READY; M\IEtLorlllr'.G.sui1.riur, Fine blk. Hats and Caps(Monlerey){nro. and Bleach'd. Cotton leqlJi ife'arrangc'm..nf, for Ihe convenience .
.. 1 fur last 40 }'par!. He crossed the Mississippi fir-t rate ostler alwa\s: in atelid3nee.CCOIlGE? French dress und frock coa.t.I do. r'II: li.h001 d\e Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts ) Undershirt. com modal ion of the public, they solicit its .
." : when there were but 25.000 souls! in : M. OALPIN. do. do French Ca-simer Sick CouN, Doe-skin do.; ALL persona creditors and legatees entitled to Blk Ital. Silk Cravata, Silks and Merinodo. ptro.age.

.' .: that valley, where now there is a thriving rCwn'fvile. May I 15. I I"4S. .-J1 black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-kin opera or otherwise interested in Ihe es Fancy Satin do jLamb* Wool and Angola ..or further particulars' PP'J' 'I'. D. P.
ct -- coats, black heav rclolli sick and over-rnaf. hlickCloakn. tate Anderson SOiled, late of Jefferson County Rich Fancy Satin and Uuder"Il! rl". SMITH & Co.. Columbia-.. ,.. SMITH Ultl
: -- population G.OOO.OOJ. Groceries, &..c.in jJllntrcJfJl/.wf finebl.ick Casimcr medium tJeeeasfd are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Plain do I :Scarf, ,' Brown Cotton and Cotton- Rl ?, Madison: Mt'SSNriiiN i""RICHARK

Gen. Cass is so closely soeiated with! the nnn RACONHAIIS, SIDES, and do.I a great \arn-tv
I Vet l ly every tie that can bind a man this SHOULDERS latest 1 st\ Ie. !'<*/* of very dfirnplion. Milifaiy undersigned, or Ihe mine will be barred ; and all Blk. White and Col'd KidGum: Elastic Suspencers JAMES TUCKER

I,' ho-iiP, that his nom'nition throughout tie! J MX i" Hi*. bet Leaf Lard Trimtninj; Ho.ier>o. Snrl! Gloves Cravat, selfadjuMinR persons indebted ro saId estate are requested to make Glove, 'Merino and Cotton Halfi And others Proprietors.

West and the Northwest regarded as 5'H Ibs. Carolina Rice, Stoc';*, Si-wn1ers. and almost everthingconnected immediate payment toWILLIAM i Hose Columbus. Florida. January 22. 18-IS. 22 Ij
wile 2Dl>bl*. St. Louis Flour with a fitl-man's outfit. SNEED, Adm'r. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrella, Money Belt,
that could mide. It
strongest! : :( I Hi sacks R .Cite, B. & P. are prepared to execute all orders accord- Jefferson County, March IS, If 19. 353m Shoulder Braces &:. &.:. Jefferson
is natural that: there should be wide differences .' r> .illons choice Li'jU'irs and \Wine, ma to I the latest and m'sf a'iproied .t\Ic*. CLARK & STILL f.-\::. Circuit Court.IN .

.>opinion amid the numerous and conflicting ::i" bhl! l double reclined WliikotM N. R V.I. I lie iK-xl arrival we expect to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October 23, IS47. 14 CHANCERY.

ru\hJttl! and it was th.rtlff all-important dozen bc.t. t Port \"nf.Ji' Tile r.nr \ ont William Bailey, Adm'r. de Ionia ntn of J.ln .
Ofii.hti t i-\ : ;. n IUD
the co-jvrntion: shou'd select a sta'ern MJdt'iu'nl.. -----. .-. w. rHb 'Y ) flli }, !, deceased Complainant,
Slit-ny -".
\ho would! be regarded a*a,national candidate. -. Clatet Sale ]>ofi,>oiicil iiil 1st Mo'icl/y( in July. Attorney at Law, Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendtnt.

---- -- f wp. Candles, Starch, Che, Pickles, 01,e!, Hamilton: Tax Sales. Dfenticello, Jefferson County, Florida, IT apnearing to the salisfacfioa of the Court,by

A glutton! of a fl.HoW3!dining at a hotel, ; Olive Oil, Cat-up, Milliard PopperGround I'eper; attend the Circuit Courts the Middle afltdavit made in this cause, that Tilman D. PB-

not a tLiiiisind: miles ftom Custon, who in the Green and mock Teas..&c.. &.C., at the new grocery BY'v'llueoi..!ll, I:lie. lower bt.oie v irj in, me bv Jaw I From Tallahassee to Macon. WILL ,and offhe County ol Columbia of the rifoy. the said defendant resides out of the Slate of
store S. S. KNIGHT. evj: -3 p'.e ;lie CVM t lonetioor Florida, and in the
course of the bitlle: of Knit es and folks, a c. .April ef 2t I 1'1'! 41 : i.t I'.e; l 1.,1 I. J ,.a. /, Il.nriiK: Counl, Florid. I T/rOff.h in forty-tiro hours from Tallahassee to Eastern Circuit,o1orid3. the solicitor for complainant State of Georgia Jtt on motion of
his mouth which .., ll'efii-t >i' I.\ jilaenn anita Charleston Monticello, A ugust '.'.', 19 H;. i : Ordered, That
dentally cut : was perceived o.i, t! < i.t 1.1: Jin" f. I I. {the ol nv\iiig : .in_three dayi.in. the said Tilman D. Porifov do moray and inn.
by a Yankee joker! siding near who bawled Pure Sulphate of Quinine. d1cI abed ;'r 'II : ". tr >-orrii"-li I itmrof ; will I I pay lime to COSt me jwaii. hoots on Notice. the bill of complaint filed i in this cause within '-four

'. ou!- fT'HE: subscribers hare on hand two hundred and Ihe Slate.-id C" -.iiy TueaduetIcrcniui iaeyerIS17 Juith the font th day. months from the date of the publication of Ibis or

.. "I fJL'nd don't mike that hole J. uncos of Sulphate of Quinine which they 1 11)\\ il : filE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, SIX months after date I hall present my final ac. der or the said bill of complaint will be taken for
say, ; are lull TIeS \V M.fil.eS 1 F. r.lor ion sand Fridays at 4 I .
hare; from (be manufacturers! and sed 3?; the entire > o'clock A. M., and vouchers the H n. Judge of Probate confessed : Provided That a copy of this order be
ill },ur -CUltclanct any larger lor heaven's hey.will \\3rrant cilfc to be a superior article. s-rtion 31; the W 1-. of action 3">; Ihe E 1.2 of and arrive in Macon (via Quincy. Bainbi idge, Newton in and for Leon County and apply for letters of published in some newspaper printed in the Middb

.' sake ; for ifjou do, the rest of us will starve We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Mcdi- the S W 1-1 of section Q,;; all in township 0, range Albany, Americu, and Perry) on Tueselay, dismission as administrator of the estate of Joseph Circuit of Florida, once week for the spacs of feu

to death." t in vs 5i\ r trnf art irate, :and are prepartt- : to execute 12, noith id cit; ei i!o tile N W J." of scedon 2, Thursday, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M., in I Allen deceased. months. (Signed)

I orders lor ailicits our .line' at wholesale or retail, and iIieN 1-2 ( f vision; 3. and the N EI-.JClf sec- time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on'' COUNCIL B. ALLEN, THOMAS DOUGLAS Jscj..

Mrs. Partington' says: she Las always noticed on the most accommodjling lerm lion I, of towns'up' ,[ 1 I. raiv 12.no111 and-east purjvitinzto Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock A Administrator with the will annexed. December IS, 1S47. 22 4m
belong to |lIe r:--feof! Hector W. M., and arming in Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thurs February 20 ISIS. 32 Cm
: that, whether Il)< ur was dear or cheap We Iu\'e al flu had the ear 1SI7. They are zone rally in amounts, AI>O-TheS F 1-101 iiieS E 1-4 of section 31, das and Saturdays. at 10o'clock, P. M This line Middle District of Florida
invariably for
pay same: money but if the, wholc'conld be paid 8horll smal, would (township I J. tanpe 13, north and C't-I. purporting to connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Augusta Doctor John P. Duval, ,
half f d.arswoith.lu go belong to the Estate of IIl'nj.llnin Chaires. Millcdgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.
Ijr toward hi
: liquidatingceitain ums which we owe. i professional services to the citizens
: -- LEWIS JOSIAH T. BA1 SIEX, Sheriff Itmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Lin OFFERS and surrounding country Office Daniel Ladd Plaintiff. > |ajMhrtallt

;: '. Hamilton Circuit Court. April 2", IS'IS. -11 &AIE. erofieio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. IS 17. from Quincy to Chatfahoochie and (hence to Apa- in Wm. Wilson's Building over Hajward's BookStore Lock'trf.l Debt $321 M"
1. --- --- M.lrd.lI.I"-I'I. 51-3mOc lachicola. Passengers ran go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee. Thomas $
MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Cigars Cigars /* The above sale has been postponed until the Columbus in three, ela\, and but one night will be February 26. IS-IS. 32 NOTICE;. is hereby given to the said ThoatsabovecauttbatthephiMitTDanie11.addbas
-.4 ?4sy Tf.RM.: l"tS. first_Monday in July.Leon spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. "_"M"-. _au._j _.ii. ._>.i.,.... .."_.3UU"U"_-:-." IJT.v.'U I"..
John! } 1 0 0 0 SPANISH REGALIAS just received The public may mt as'urf'tllhat every attention will instituted -
rs. > iLl for Dnorce. ItIs and fursjlr bv. Circuit Court. be paid to the comfort of these who may patronize this suit by attachment issued from I" office
Pn.i.: U'illuras, his \Vife. } L. &II. GREENDERG: &CO. I IN CHANCERY. thi Line. SURGEON DENTIST, of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Court
., Niy-itlSN.; 41EDY.1tl
C editors' FARE II against the lands and
Hill far tittlrmrnt of EttntrJamts : tenements and chattels
i i jjjj>t-jiii.: 10 uie siii4i; oun inai HAVING permanently located in QuincyFlorida, goods
_L Piuiia Williams, the Defendant in I Ihe alieneslaled : > :3!. IVI>T, I E.: I5r ome and olheis for themselves I and From Tallahassee to Quincy,$'50; to Bainbridge, tenders his services to the publicin of the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyond
o .. ::1. Ci .d.l- not reside in Ihe Slate of Florida and other creditors cl A. \. Gathn, Complainants $5 ; to All>a.iy, t I, and Macon, p22. the various branches of his profession. From his the limits 6f t thI State, fora debt due totbcnid

llut the .11J defendant rcsidis ia: the State ol Georgia. Notary Public, rt. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By experience and success in practice he feels assured Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delnwtJ

e, c.t 111it. tIle ordinary process of law cannot be T.ILI SEf. FLOHW.l. Turbutt R n lIl'n. SII. h A. Retfon.hisVir., Executrix JOHN M. yARN, Agent. of being able to please those whomay paieoniaeluim. and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer, dated Uw SIb

..'.:0' tarred u/oti; her : upon motion of M. L). L. tleeth, April' 15, l ISIS.l of .A. :-t.\ G..I'm.' and others DtfttiJanls. f- Office at the Planter's Holel, Tallahassee. Dr. B. refers the publie to of November, 1541. doe one day after its date.and
Solicitor for Coiuplainaiit* ordered by the Court : -UVIt in'f f> an cider made by his Honor E. BAILEY, Agent; at Mai. NATHANS in Quincy. Col. W. T. STOCKTOX, Dr. J. M. W. DATIDSOIC, which note was transferred from t be'said W. H.

Tint service be pfiTccU'd u;,on said delendanl by Spring and Summer Goods. t oi. \. Von.! ,->. Jnoge.. : on ihe 1st t Deirmu July 17, IS.J7. 52 Gen. C. H. DUPO T. Dr. R. E. LITTLE.rifn. Perry by delivery for a valuable consideration l to fbi
I --'.-, ., ;. .>,, \t p_ r*>,iir/.K .. ..., said LaM aninnnlincr. nrinrinal an.I inlereit together
4 f ul lcation according to law in Out case made aixlIiroridtd -- _" i <, ii 'i-aji ecii i (u cause, me ulluer.I. _.. ? ????- ? > .... -.._. .. T "_.E.n.: ,.;.<.?.) now
.. : .?"./ it ;htnly vtJtnJl/y the COllt. mrrrox; [ & incus- .' .-: \\.4. >')0' i f "', .'ulf' ol icr thing lo lake DR. J. REESE'S on at thei'r 'residence a* U ual. to the sum of three hundred and twenty-

Tnal. the siid L). aj>|M-ar on or before the first ?1.. 'OJT. .. : s. 'at i. due !:0 Coinplainanis for their September 1 t. 18-17. S seven dollars and fifty-three cents : Now the aaid
rfay of the nixt trifl of *3id Court to be held on I ARE now recc.ivil a larse and general a"orl- I ,'II ..nd o ctl o:r.'t IIrl' :or\ o.' j'd A. M. Gat.i LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. defendant and all other persons interested intls

( .4 lVidneodallrr; I'.cfir t M-mnlav in OClull.r neat, ol rf SPRING AND SXTMNLI1! GOODS I .), \.i 5. "i n f". .i j :'if" M'o'i ; ?iid :t Iw.s ordered tur- M. D. PAPY above suit are hereby required to enter his or tbnr
rod anv .r ':Lm coinjilamt If the Cunijlainant: in his to which they. invite the attention of the public. i ,tei. .'To, i i >e ".. :,1 l r.t..1'" d.! rjiiie a i ad"ertisein PERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of se- appearance and plead to the declaration filed in tit*
: Match !'>, 1119. 30( .. t ; : habits often troubled :sissys'S' AS? said suit on or before the first of the
Jlill rhar eJ. or (they will be (taken ronfesstvl, : ij !io nf I"d i ;.'* lit cl'j J'I i, a newspaOT are with habitual iL&w9 day next May
the Coin isiil grant such decree as fclull sctm J a roI II' !h1-' vets',''v ;! I. l!>hj.-T. aiid insueho. costiveness, which often exerts: a very unfavorable Practice in all the Courts in the Middle Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wa

..,., ". I lies in that ce tuade and provided.] New Goods--Spring. Trade. '', ..11.)1 l c t'W.nn.ij)ri"''I ;.it' siahi' i .f i; i'% prop r, fur influence upon their general: health which is particularly WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap kulla.or otherwise i judgment will be rendered apincthim.or
A true from the :,o.oi'i'eb.'id, .\ .. ': manifested by irregularity, if not total loss of itol South them by default.
o coj>*v uiinuie* ot l I lie Conit : ''C' : /cd M. .n! lo i nine wing. room formerly occupied by the .
I"t ( JOHN S JUR\ASCE. Tlerk. S. r. BUKNEY iil(>"'Ou5' h':1t: P-d "roi i il'Cir ddil! OJ or bp.o; ,'e'' appetite. In this condition of the intern this article Secretary of the Territory. DANIEL LACD.

,; June IcB. -jr .i thanks ID the pi-li'"c and I lii-4; el >y n' :. y ti .I\ ; aid: hat sub o' I iue n-d Olil i is confidently recommended with the assurance November 15, ISJ5. 17 February 19.1S4S. ,31
WOI'LD r'lur generally, for the <: country ,'.;ios .iHno4'! "oIDe'I: 'd In Hamilton Circuit [r' :1)-.1 natron ',J'J ,11. be fv' move the bowels too actively relief be relied JOHN JCIISUINE, Watches Clocks
.. Court. aso he has received from them. sod i re- p diDDLE CIKCU1T OK FLORIDA.SpRi. (j'I'I. a (continuance of I the same. 1.,111..1 I tare ju"t ie- -t> ; aid : .1 1 #ucli} pei-cn*. not parties to the bill, upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences ATTORNEY AT LAW ItCPAIRCD.'T'OWLE .
', '. io ,'0 .il..11; rcirc iii LI"o e I the said Master lo resulting from the use of common purgative .
e \ i TERM ISls.v rt-hed.per Warcallar, from New Yorka GENERAL proveilnI. MYERS
Qulncy, Florida. & secnrrd the servirfiJ.
THE STATE ASSORTMENT iJ-i l s, do! :Ii''o'e! < tirv ate> admitted directors, medicines usually resoi''' d fo.
OF FLORIDA : OK GOODS which call and exaime : Persons attend the Justices' Courts of GHI.d: n of an experienced workman who w ill attend lo
Lie subject to Bilioi Ci.olic rely
'o.i' u 10 | the WILL
e '
To all Mon > ( out)" n.'ns: Iheir propwlion of may on
,, : it may Conerrn \'oursl.h't.'n, | ;;'o e\iea r* l.l I il.i" .1.1.' In !O e .r>,.ld. nv_ ill*_ _said___ preventive properties of this medicine bvusm lTIECfUS. Elizabeth Stai>lefon did.. on I the} t"h. 3i Ii 'n and the Courts in the Counties of do all work in their line biuinett
.. ------- \to' il"..* ."''d i i.; wrsT'-oiTdeidl' -' au account the fist intimation an approaching alt ck. There adjacent Georgia. are prepared to of
l\enIJ'/ixlh of February last, file her pet i- In Jefferson bf constitutions liab'e: November 22, IS I:. 13 tf' well and promptly.
tiuii (lor dower tie real Circuit Court. ij ;oi of al 1 si>riniir' or col'" ? ..U l h"'d by the are some to regular attacks vtBilJioiH
in of
atate Alexander
Ileton.eeeased. in tin Circuit Court lor iianiillon Sla- SPRING TERM. 1SH.' crtJ'iei.* r..:v' .iwlv; and a ren.,. l he made of the Fever almost every fall ; to such I the use of fJCJ-: Sentinel copy. November #i, 15>47. 16

I County, M:JJle Circuit of Florida Charles L ) .."ne, and of ,Ie tj'ue! of f'oIch.nd it vw alsooideied I Ibis medicine is recommended beginning to use it
I to command all : These are, Iuwdl. Petition( ,,0 ro'u,' Mort. Hut aM pai.if, may be examined o-ioa in.t bv the middle of May or first of June.Thrnle LEWIS & AMES, Notice.

.. htale t..refore.pr nally to and persons interested before the in Jud said. : Arthur 'IJurney. S gagcof Tmoa-. P.operlj.THE t 1t"Ie! :..l.oIlC..lOtJ /ltd.re( all boo!!* and papeis in whose digestive organs are feeble! often experience DEALERS A LL persons indebted the estate of Louis Joiner

said; Court. for sid b County appear and ( at the eof I dcfetidaU. and iuler *(d. ve jJi-T;: ; i ti*,<,e'y! or pown iel.iling i I llioielo.upon oaMi a sense of fullneM weight and oppression !DRUGS late of Hamilton County, deceased, are request'
Court !house in sid County on tVedneday1ter I the notified. (If al filing t'Crtf of Ihe IV<. 'i i ior :'((:o.e ;.IC ..iJ Mister, a* the said Master shall direr about I the stomach slier eating will find I this! medicine PAINTS OILS ed to make immediate payment ; and those having

tit. Monday in October nest, being the first day of FoiecU'snre of Morlpage in this cause, and are I." afford almost immediate relief. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Glass, demands are requested to present them in tennis
ill! Anw I loeiet'oie; : aM!1 .' Ldie near I heir confinement often the authenticated.
IV' 'm be credit. suffer from lawduly
Term sms < to
our next to show cause, if any they have why required to appear and plead to the same, if any plea n:; PAUfTEBII' BRUSHES AND COLORS.Apothecaries' ,
the 0"1 oj saiJ.11.! c.:.tI'llitll" heu-bv. of heartburn and costiveness : to uch Ibis article is ELIZABETH JOINEB. AJffl'x-
should they law. in
lid petition not be granted haveaccording to The is on pursuance
according to mortgage personal Glass Ware Ac.
said oij"r. notified to highly recommended as it can be used without February 19,1S4S. 31
law in that ease made and propelt, and nude lonecure the flounce their claims and I the the 2m
\ John S. PunianC.Jrovide.Vi'n of said Court, ol fifteen hundred dollars W8 and interest.THOS. payment vouches in support I hr.rof. and t all collateral and least danger,and with great benl'it. In sick or nervous rp HE above constantly on hand and for sale at the

F this 271h day of May Cle A.D ISIS, and nJ JEFF. HEIR securities 1 liierelor before me, at my office in Talla headache it is invaluable. JL lowest market prices. Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale.
.: EAL.J year ojpfifj,! Independence. Silicitor for Petitioner. hassee winim Ihe lime limited in said order and Thi ariicle will be found lo act as a pleasant cor LEWIS & AMES. -I I PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Couches,
JOHN S. PURVIANCE, Clerk. Mrchll.i5lS. 31 2m otherwise comply with the provisions of the same dial and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the Tallahassee November 20, 164' IS .1. 1 handsome Mahozanv.Book Case with drivel

: June 3. t6t9. -10 4t that lhv may be admitted t.orrlo.; i,. ,'!.. ?.;'.! suit.' same time fulfilling every- intention that the common Notice and desk, 2 handsorne'Ca'rpets, 1 Double Wheel

Just Received Dated thi;third (1y' 'December: D. 1S47.: pu'Zativesarcinlende1 to effect. It purely teg- tent Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in u*.
o ; i Hamilton Tax Sale.BY SIMON TOWLE Special Master. ,.tllr.. 3'1d.Y )-11 used according to the direction, IS hereby given to all persons interested that sis AppJyto J R. FORTUNE,
S virtue of the AT LEWIS &AMET; Drug Store, a fresh supply December 4, I Is 17. 20 If vvi'tbe'I fouoda.' >ovaluable article especially to those months after date,I shall present my final account Feb.5,1s-15. 29
I power vested in me I and vouchers Hon. AttheTinManufactorl.
.' LIl, New and Valuable Medicines-among which afflicted wuh) Dvspepsia, Derangement of the Liver, to the Judge of Probate in and
". door in the expose for sale, before the 1'u .e ate I Ihe foil iwiuz i : : John P. Duval, or General Debility. for the County of Jefferson,and apply for a dischargeas Tax
town of Collector's Sale.
Jasper, Hamilton
County, the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks,
Jid. the! lust DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND ATTORNEY: AT LAW Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike ,
on Monday in November RESTORATIVE county
IS IS. the and for sale by late of said County virtue of the authority vested in me by lie.!
I 'following d rriSed properly, or II) much thereof u HITTERS WILL piactice in the Court of Middle Florida Georgia appointment at deceased.JAMES R. BROOKS. B shall expose for sale, before the Court Hoc
: pay the Stile and County Taxes due 11:1 Designed for, and tdll cme.Jj_pepiia. Liver Complaint Cowt.of Appeal, and Ihe United States E. BARNARD. Jr's.,
\.il eon fur Jefferson County, Oct. 30, t&41. 15 6m door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monty
.,, .. tbl).a 181*. to w.t : ; Piles, Scrofula, J ndice-and all kindred District Court at Tallaha il'e. Dnur Store Tallahassee in August next, the following described property,*'

TheS.uhVet'1Iall.rof Section 31. Tonn Iiip di*<>.aes redulIIn,: from i duorderi-d stomach or impure Office in Wm. WiUoifr Buildings, over Haward'Book DANIEL LADD Newort Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF so much thereof as will be sufficient lo pay the StM
1. *stated bloij. Store, Tallahassee.} Monticello
:. trh Cakt.puriiortiog belong to and County taxes due thereon for the IS47:
William Mil: I* DR. HULL'S WORM February 2fi, I 11'C1'i.! 32 __u ____ Quincy, KENTUCKY. Section year
LOZECr. Township 1. Range KaadEpur
-, JOSIAH T. RAISDEX. Sherif, The safest, most effectual, suit pleaint preparation tlAKUY HKYAN 7I\liE subscriber,as the resident agent of the said porting belong W. G. Conk
I t a td rr officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. 'lor '47. before the public, for (he eradication of WO.IM, in Notice.SIX May 22, 1S47.Agent for Thomas 44 county,Georgia. '''U..- Iostitutionotr! for sale,in tracts and upon A. A. FISHER Sheriff

I'.f. 'e. April! Q, IhJS. 3S I Children or Adult months after date, ihe Nnderki;ncd will pre. terms ta suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres and rx officio Tax Collector Leon O-

HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Notice.SIX of LAND, situated in the county Jackson, in the January 29, ISIS. 23
o Notce. Will PRETKNT Consumption, and CURE cases of Judge of Probate of L'on County and apply for letters State ol Florida. Also the Right to Legate, to a

'- A LL persons who any demand again the Colds. Aitlimi.Spilint Blood, Pains al the Side, of di.cmit..ion as administrator of the estate of months after date, I shall presei.t toy accounts limited extent. G. W. HUTCHINS,

/L n laie nf Theophilui Bear /, deceased, are Shortness of ; all other Pulmonary Complaints Henry J. Gabkiim late of said County, deceased. vouchers fo the Hon. Judge of Probates of The above lands were selected at an early date,by

".. .. hereby n"liid! to ;>ie ent them wiihout delay to Ihe WESLEY M SINNING Adm'r.By Jefferson county and apply for letters of dismission an experienced e.and are believed to be amongst AUCTIONEER ,
S. S. SI OLE Y, as Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg. the finest in It'e county. ?
5 \adcr.i i5n("'lf or toJ.r.T.rrhcr.llCnlnflheuu.- -AL. O- Agent. late of Jefferson TALL.1IL1SSEE, FLd.SA .
Fd"\laryl.I deceased.
county C. H.
'( ctfign" t. A. REATTY. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS 31 Cm DUPONT, rjt in any part of the attended t te,' "
HENRY county
':'f F'f"I i, Tlicoplnlus! Beatty, deceased. Wel known as a &('. Certain, and Effectual Cure Newport Mineral OctnherllSl7. 13 GREENBERG.Cm Adm'r. JMBC 47 Jlgent 12 1647.of D. 4 D. ,1. LJf Ky. ). fully solicited.
Spring. Quincy ,
-- April '', hIM. 41 (\cr and Ague ChilI an.! Fever, Intermittent y RtrENEj.r :

t. --__ ant al other Fevers. r.t,'educed lo Setenty-Jive DWELLING LOTS FOil SALE..illt'I'IIE | Notice. Martin, Smith & Thorn II. F.O.D, Esq., I LIXITD &. Fr.ase.

.S Notice. (, per Box- undersigned, being fully empowered months after date Ihe undersigned adminis. J. W ARGYLE. Esq, | D. C. Wiuow, !>!
: The above Medicineficsb and EenuilSc. are for make warrantee titles has had Ihe SIX Commission and Forwarding January 22. 1849. 37
LL ertdi'ort,
i A Ie ra1 -*i,, and rersoni entitled lo sale by LEWIS of I the estate of B. F.Lipscomb,deceased, Merchants
I dl"lribu'lnl' in the EstateofTheohiIu, Bea Tallahassee Rod lots Thomas Heir
:". (1H''w. are hereby that their claims and 1'a. dwelling of upwards ol an Judge of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to be Jeff. ,
e':3 : notif.- For certificate which
cf recommendation, and in acre each he now offers for sale low. Plans LA. AT LAW.
\ will be t expiration of two dikchargcd a* administratrix of said estate. ATTORNEY'AND COUNSELLOR
t.' S from lit y.arl formation concerning I the above Medicinessee future flf Ihe same, with term, ic., can be seen at Dr. E. N. M. MARTIN-G. W. .tlJl1IJ'H-THOII. L.
; : granting of letter testamentary to she E.: E. LIPSCOMB Adm'x. THORN. Court i incseb
: un- piactiee in the Circuit
ad"rerttrnenti: and nhich lhsr.ard'sTallahasaiee. First
: be obtained come has first choice. WILL
d.r.icnf. nnle.the tame are exhibited within. the nf the Aprent pampbe. may February 3 IS IS. 32 dm Refer to T of the Middle Circuit, and in Ibe S -
.I ., two rear to the undersigned or to James T. March DANIEL LADD. 3. \V.? Anr-. A. Itatirieir-3.. S. SlkUv. T"l1."u. .,. preme Court and United States District Ctnn '
t1 t\t 19, !( 3 Newport. February 19, 1S19. 31 -" UH'
f. :: Arcl r. her Attoinev.r 1811. : Attachment. J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds: Quincy. Tallahassee..

':-: ELLEN A. BRATTY Cabinet Making &c. Notice. February 12, 1848. 30 Montkello. January 20. 1848. VY.
J, :? Executrix of Will ofT Beallir, decut. In Justices Court for the 2d District./LNn covnty
: April2tlSl. 41 8w tmdtTditned have .,. months afterdate, (he Administrator the .
Daniel B.
Fisher Agent for William E. Fisher Coffee.
of R. ,
1$ .and from this date I Humphries, deceased late of Leon
; ck Ice I Ice Ice (be two shop will be united, and the business conducted County w'll: present his final account and vouchersto vt. persons, creditors legatees entitled to di,. OA BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE,
far LYNCH & They the lion. Judge or Probate of aid County and Torris Welborn. or otherwise lateieated in the estateof .t, O do.Ro da.
'1> 1 ; .. fTt HE.u riblr wi deliver ICE: at the Ice IToo.e to do d VINGFnnoE. their line are pray 'for a discharge from administration. rUE defendant and all ethers are hereby notified of James If. SJoaa, late of Jefferson County deceased 23 do. Lafuira do.

,. j v%; JL from 5 to every n>orninr,at 4 cent reM "prtfae fidelity al and on reasonable Novembers?. 1947. 19 0m commencement of this suit, returnable to a are hereby notified to estibil their claims Just received and for (ale bj
,' I't the fee IJouM.' r Jcenfi per lb. up town- (for cash depfch. .a* workmen 4e1 in Justice Cow to ie held at Tallahassee on the 12th and demands within two yean from this date to the Sept. IS. 1847 9 LLOYD *

I IrUl:& Pjr'on. living in tOrrounding vilsges! wi be the ecuatry.o The continued.cCepl'nt paronage! any of the pub. DR. J. S. DOND day of. June nest and to appear and plead to the undersigned. or the same will be barred : and all '

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