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 8, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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no n.CLOSEDJJOORS. I I na" Far more substantial and brilliant ii

r the heroism which wins victories,such at thosa
acbieye by the vigorous arm of tho hardy
THE FLORIDIAN. over the' wild luxuriance of untamed
I He Ceitril Democratic Committee to the Conn- nature over (the thousand perils and difncul-
IT CommlUtti of the scrcral Conntirs opiufda. ( ties of barbarous life, than that of the warrior
whose blood stained laurels wire in triumpji
Since the Hartford Convention brooded over the field mortal otrabsf?*'

dark the last __ ______ ____ ____ A glorious character is that of the pioneer
hours of -- -- -- -- .
treason in the war, -- ---- --- ----- -- -------------- ---- ------- --- ---- -; --- ---- L
whilst "our duty and our interest. .undoubtedj of the west-a character eminently adapted
\ was to fight,"* we believe m> geheVal 1 Convention : ; 8, 1818 VOL. XIX-KO. 51. to fill with credit the high offices of the Re-

has insulted the people and the press I -- _ pblc Gen. Cass has grown up with the
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by exclusion, till the late Clay-killing conclave I ity and Truth, must have had business more and claims of-part--a i they know how side in Va., clearly shows the object of the -but it n must be admitted, however painfuland he has shared in all its incidents and ,
at Philadelphia. The Hartford Con. damning than the mere political assassination to govern. abstract justice journal-keeping clause in our Constitution, we would not wilfully wound our opponents : periN. In the late war he bore a dittinpuised
was local, though aiming at the hear of when" in darkness. and in all was light. This part and everdispayeda! commendable. actvi.:
rentwn Henry Clay, they meet perfect political equality things publication (says he) when I ; but, peltries have fallen in the political .
of the Union ; but this Caucus complained of Him they could strike in open day, and tho' possible-or tho nearest approach by compromise made is thepractical fulfilment and consurn market, and epaulettes are dull in consequence ty patriotism. In political offices,of which
no local grievance, and came from the whole some might avert their heads, others, even in each giving a little of what he believes I mation of the design of the Constitution, in re. of a glut. A coon in a cocked hat, he has held not a few, he has always mani.
I Union to nominate officers for all. the act, hurraed loud homage his succes his right, rather than loose all the bles. quiring a journal to be kept by either houseof with military spurs on, though a perfect cmbodimcnt :, fisted great moderation, industry, fd"lill' and
Yet it had something to do which shunnedthe sor. The draperies of death mingled with sings of civil Liberty and Free Government, I its proceedings. I is agreed on all hands and representation of Whig princi-1 1 integrity. Amid his pressing public .,
light-to be done only in secret conclave, the flaunting banners of victory, and his fu. by a blind adherence to secondary things. I that the great objects for which a journal is pies in 1848, might b deemed Ly fastidiousand he has not failed to cultivate a taste for ciencn
which they must have been ashamed or afraidfor neral baked meats furnished forth a marriage The patriot loves his whole country to muchto required to be kept, is to give authentic infer- over-nice people, as to grotesque, to : and lteraturf. and has infused his political
the people to know. It was not to pre. festival for Zachary and Millard.\ I bury all in ashes and misery that he may mation to our constituents of our proceedings; be exhibited as the best exponent of tIL great a strong hue of philosophic i,
pare declaration of principles, for they have The state of parties was peculiar, attract. attain some petty end of personal ambition, I ,ind that information is to be given as the Constitution intellectual party, except with "closeddoors." j, reading and thought.
Declared Not to nomimte Vice PresiJent local But blindfold and hand. provides, by of Gen. William O. buttler; the candidate for
none. a ing intense interest. The Southern Whigs or advantage. means a publicationfrom In vain will quacks regilJ their
and President, for that was dons openly were in a position, if ever men were, to require cuffed the Whigs ask a vote. They ask the time to time, of the journal itself."- I, glory pills, and political put new labels on old boxes, I the Vice Presidency, is one cia f family of be.
It was something deemed yet more important. them to show their hands! and call on highest exercise of intellect-where the voter "It is evident that the whole practical virtue and out patents! for secret medicinesthe ,- |J I roes, whose names and deeds shine conpicu
The Convention was very able. Able men their Northern brethren to show theirs before only wills to justice to himself and others ard effect of the provision, is in the latter same old calomel and jalap acminister(1 I j ously on nearly very page of our history,
l doing the public business of a mighty nation, adhering to them. No Northern Whig had -without a principle, or a reason, on whichto member of the sentence, publish the same." by that school ever since the Adams, I from its early colonial struggles down to the
will not close the doors without some grave agreed with the South on the Wilmot Proviso. exercise judgment, or administer justice.If But the late lamented JUDE PORTER of cannot, be mistaken merely because it is rolled I war which is just now expiring. His valor,
purpose. It was done on motion from Vervumt NOT ONE. There they were together men came in disguise on private business I Loisiana, then Senator, a whig through life in gun powder and scented with abolition. too, has been tried and hardened in the ptriU
\ avowedly to have a free conference fraternizing. The torch-bearer and he whose and asked the people to sign papers without I but as universally esteemed for his wit and We were salivated in 1840. And the gums I. ous scenes of savage warfare, and in the stern
on the slate of the nati01&." What did they house was to be set on fire. The South, gazing reading, it would be deemed insulting to their I his manners a for his genius and learning, of Whiggery are already.sore. I can only J i I''I. trials of the pioneer's life. In all situation
know about the state of the nation, which i it intensely anxious, asks What will common sense. Is it less s to present a tick. gives the proper view of this subject with) mumble a senseless jargon, when asked f.r he has ever proved a gallant officer, a faithful
was improper for the people to know, or about those men in the Chinese Museum do? The et without telling the purposes or principlesof vivid and ghastly distinctness. His speechwas principles, and only shows by signs what it .I patriot, a useful citizen. His person and pre.
which they could not confer "freely" before Democrats! have come out manfully. Every the party nominated or nominating ? To in 1836, before the bro of Mexican wants. aence are I ol that impressire dignity which
the nation ? leading Northern man has repudiated the vote thus would be a blind submission to the II traitors came forth, (from report of the In. This Committee having in vain waited and marked the greatness Andrew Jackson, and
They had avowed and discussed the Bank- Proviso. The party, as a party, rallies against will of strangers, and signing papers of the telgncer.l))) sought information, asks the aid oi the Coun. I j I fixed upon him the involuntary awe and admiration .
the Tariff-land distribution Wihnot Proviso it. Those who differ, split ofT under utmost importance without knowing their by whom the greoi Charter of ty Committees to endeavor to ascertain and [,I of all observers. -

-war-treason,-all publicly. Why another name-as Barn-Burners, not inap contents. A power of Attorney to administer our Union was formed, came from the schoolof communicate what secret matter was transacted )I From the Richmond Enquirer. .'
close the doors(?) to abandon any position on propriately. They would burn a house to the Government for four years, and give the revolution, so fertile of talent, and of by the Whig Convention with closed | A SHOT FROM A WOUNDED SOLDIER.
these subjects, or to take new ones ?-to take roast an egg. It was well known before the the casting vote in the Senate, where the virtue. Tty were profoundly acquainted withal doors 1'hat principles there are in common I i If we mistake not, it was General
different positions at different places, or to take Democrats met in Convention that no Provisoman States are equal. the causes by which free institutions can be between Millard Filmore and Zachary Taylor who remarked that Mr. Clay's Lexington Scot

none, anywhere ? Or did they conspire to do I could get their nomination. That no In an hour when free-knowledge penetrates upheld and may be destroyed. They knew and the other Whigs of the North and | speech had done more to prevent a treaty of 'jI
something worse than this ? They were gen. i Democratic Northern State would ask or at. every cranny of the rotten thrones of Europe that the Legislative branch of the Government the South 1Vhat principles tiehi party i I than ten thousand Mexican soldier,"
rally appointed openly and could not have : and their nominee is in from its construction and its if peace :
and weakness
tempt it. They met displaying corruption powers, of the Union proposes to use in canrass, j und the assertion has been endorsed by other '
had secret instructions from the people.- from the far North strongly hostile to the I their inmost recesses ; when American experience corrupt, was more formidable than all the if any 1 Upon what principles Taylor will j brave officers of bare alreadyI r
Will the County Committees aid us in enquiring Wilmot folly. The Democrats held even : proves by example to King-govern rest to the liberties of the people. In it they administer the Government, if elected, and { published several the letters armr..e reprobating in severe .,:
the object in excluding the people and the Democratic State of New York, with its ed people, that an honest Government has nothing were aware that factions must arise and riot. what will be those of Fillmore if by any Dij j I terms the course pursued bj the WLig '
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press, and what was then done ? Member 36 certain Democratic votes as dust in the to conceal-that its mysteries may be History had taught them how majorities in vine dispensation he should ever have powerto I j I in the "
there from Florida cast open votes for Millard balance compared with the rights of the mastered by the most unlette1'd man,-that public assemblies are prone to trample on the administer Government ? The Whig I' .party dunnablf denouncing" &c. Messrs.war Corwin a unjust, Clay, f" lt/,
Fillmore, did they do worse than that in States and the peace of the Country. Now equality of rights and protection and evenhanded rights of minorities. I was deemed there. Electors may know and inform you when and Webster, particularly! have been ;'
the dark 1 Are th"y." pledged to new princi. the Whigs meet-what will they do ? No justice is all to be asked, to make thehappiest fore of the highest importance to secure as they come to your county, whether they" have I ed, from their position resard. I
pies worse than their old ones ? Big with Northern Whig !has given them a pledge. people and strongest government far as possible, a record of all tit act of the been furnished with the secret acts of the to encourage the Mexicans a having to prosecute. tho me'
consequences must be the secrets, which they All stand committed adversely. They that : and that the arts and mysteries of niis.calledstatesmen Representatives, AND TO GIVE IBCLCITY TO Philadelphia Convention, and whether it is to I war and defer peace, than all other causes
think their own followers not honest and in. have sneered at Southern Democrats and accused only clog the machine, conceal its I THEM, s that the people might know what be trusted to the popleTheir conjectureswould I con bined. As further evidence on the subject .{
telligent enough to be allowed to know,-even them of party mis-guidance, and ('vt'ntaint beauty, and make it work harder to the mechanic I, each member did, and what he did not do.- scarcely mor than the Ohio Statesman gives a letter from
when their support is relied upon. of abolition---what will they cb! ? Their and ploughman, who manage it-then THEY WISHED TO PL.oCr BEFORE TiE TRAITOR ours. To be genuine thp information shouldhave wounded soldier," now in Columbus,
Publicity is the parent of Republicanismthe hour has come. They with all the intelligence the Whig shrouds his purposes in darknessand WHO is FALSE TO HIS DUTY HERE, the certainty the stamp of the "Chinese Museum whom a the editor of the Statesman has con will i
life of Representation. lie is no representative and virtue,"--;will they better the: silence. He chooses that hour to show that HIS EVIL DEEDS COULD NOT HE CONCEALED Secret Session." Beware of counterfeits.We versed, which strikes shot directed
: us a
-who shrouds his motives, p rinci. instruction" the much abused loco focos ? tho world that his party has some purposes, while living, and that an authentic enclose for jour perusal a Speech of into the courts ofF'iderahism-a a perfect bomb.'h"
pies! and conduct, from our 'iew-who declares Will they sever party ties 1 Will they meet principles and practices, in common throughout record would carry down to the latest poster. Mr. Filmore upon the abolition of Ia\'er in shell in the midst of the porcelain patriots who f.
that we must only rote, and only he the question ? or will they dodge 1 Their the Union, which cannot bear the light, ity, HIS LOATHSOME MEMORY." the District of Columbia, and we b are so filled with horror ofwar, that they have
must know the reasons. Faithful to his peo. Party or their Country which shall go to the which they dare not display. Some thing Suppose the Democrats too, had sat with glad to know what you understand him to little time to care about the National honor : .
pie-hating instincts, the Federalist trusted wall ?" Anxious beats every heart. Now which they know they can neither prove or closed doors, professed no faith, and put mean by calling it a great "National question. ,.
far an hour, only to make a nomination, takes -they meet face to face. Gentry and Gree. persuade us is good. forth a candidate who knew not his own mind ." Very respectfully, &c., COLtHBt April 16, 18-19. ..
powers ungranted, conceals his acts, and sets ly, Ashmun and Jerrison-what will you do ? The press diffuses a universal light. Kv- upon any great question of the last fifty years. JOHN P. DL'VAL, In looking over the column oftb) Ohio k
himself up as a superior to those who send Anxiety i is becoming anguish by its intense. cry engine of human ingenuity or Divine What a spectacle to foreigners What a Chairman Central Comn.ittee. State Journal, and other Whig papers, I am
him. He finds a Chinese Museum, the fittest ness when-the curtain falls. The Convention bounty, is called into instant and incessantuse mockery of Republicanism What a commentary surprised-nay, disgusted-at the base, cow. -
place for his curious political wares, antI is in concla\e-possibly conspiracy. at vast expense to Government and people on the boasted intelligence and virtue Mr. Fillmore said : It was not unreason ardiy, and treacherous course pursued by the
erects a Chinese wall of closed doors, exclu. No eye sees. No car hears. To this hour to spread intelligence. The Telegraph of the American people The whole able that the memorial should be printed and Whig party of thii and other States, in regard
&g the people as outside barbarians," froma the people know not what was done with the borrows the lightning to carry at country agitated by a cam'as in which neither preserved among the documents of the House. to the war now existing between the United
view of their celestial" rulers, and imperiously State of the Nation." It was out of or. once knowledge to the people, and return their party dared express its sentiments or disclose He disavowed most unequivocally, now and Slate and Mexico.:
sends his Vermillion edict," inscribed der" to let the people know-to adopt any will. We may know at once the views of its purposes But the Democrat is forever, any desire on his part to interfere Inlookingoverthe proceedings of the Stark
Zachary. and Mill ard-let it be o- principles or express any opinion publicly. parties in France or Italy-on what platform not afraid or ashamed to tell his views. Our with the rights: or what was termed the county Whig Convention, I noticed the follow Pt
beyed." Zachary Taylor and Millard. Filmore arc Germany stands, and even hear down-trodden oppnent refuse to make up an issue. They erty of the citizens of other States. ''prop ing resolution : p,.
Do the Whigs of your County approve this ?! brought out in crape for; Clay and Webster, Ireland howl fierce tongue-treason to her oppressor cal lS meet them in fair trial before an intelligent he did this, he conceived as a citizen the Resolved, That the Hon. Thomas Cor. ;.'
Do they not enquire what was done with their and shrouded in the cerements of Whig prin ,-but may not know the deeds of the country and refuse to deny our de. State of New York, and a member of thiS win, by his course in the Senate of the Uni. ,
interests ? Had a Democrat predicted suchan ciples. It is> kind to let us know their can. Chinese Whigs in secret session. They love carations-refus to state their own case- House, he was interested in the claim to property ted Siatea, and particularly! by his speech iB ;
I !insult they would have been justly offended. didates. They might have run unpledged: darkness rather than light. As if we nlon- I bury llir papers uul lock up their witnesses in man within the District of Columbia. opposition to the Mexican war, have exhibited '1
or secret pledged, Electors in every btate. were the awkward squad in the mamiMivresof -and al their advocates give diUerent opinions He referred to the eflect which was producedin talents. moral courage, and political integrity, ,
1 Men attend privately to personal business. We hop th" y will let us know if they elect Republicanism, the dri sergeants of whig- conflicting arguments. What verdict the North by the advertisements in the pa. worthy, of tne betterrdays of the Republicsuch f
It is their own. Congress has closed its doors them. They did not neglect New York.- gcry wi wave our people with the can they ask ? What is to be tried ? pcrs of this city connected with the purchase a merit and receive our warmest admiration f
t to keep Foreign Governments in the dark.- The Barn-Burners are to them the most interesting word "as you were" a century ago, in the GOD said "Itt there be light." The American and transportation of slaves. The people of pre-eminently entitle him to the high' .I,
The Senate, acting as an Executive ''Council, portion of the American family. days of Monarchy and a muzzled press.- believes the maxim of the old moralist that section of the country believed slaveryto est reward in the gift of the American-people, ,
secretly advises the President in treaties and Their moss catches every dripping from the Eye-bandages and darkness for the sons of That Truth by whomsoever spoken comes b improper,and that it should not be tolera. and point him out as the Whig candidate for L
Democratic Washington-the veterans of campaigns from God." He asks for reasons. He is not This national President in 1832."
appointments. The power to act even thus pan. seventy was great question. .
far in secret, was grudgingly conceded to the Millard Filmore Men gather not grapes in the wars of Freedom, when recruits to be coaxed of his rights, or carried by empty Now, sir, what would! become of our beloved .
Government, only from absolute necessity, by from thorns, or figs from thistles. lie we suppose of yesterday: march through Europe catchwords, or a loud hurrah From the Jl'aihinglon Union. country ifsuch men as these get the pow.er .;I
our light-loving fathers. Hut a Conventionto is to carry Taylor through the Xorthern with serried ranks and measured tread to the A sickly whine of glory, and howl of he. WHIG CATECHISM FOR ISIS. in their hands ? But God forbid that such .:.
nominate President and Vice President- Slates. The bubbling of Southern fat in music of universal political emancipation, ro-worship, grates on his ear, from throats yet Question. Who was the first whig ? should be the case !-Now, sir, I am a returned k
to canvassed by millions-wishing:to inspire Fillmore's Tariff kettles, is to keep any unpleasant under the banners of PUBLICITY And eve hoarse with brawling treason. He loves reason Answer. Henry Clay.Q. rolunicer. I went to Mexico a staunch ti
\ enthusiasm, would certainly display all that military odour from the nostrils of r wind that blows brings the topling and fall by a Heaven-inspired instinct. Con. Who was the strongest whig T Whig,.as did al the battalion that I went with,
was good of themselves and their nominees. the warhatinVhig manufacturers: and some far-of throne, tumbled by hands just vinced he is satisfied. A right is given himto A. Henr Clay.Q. excepting I volunteered in Baltimore, !,
They did not close the doors to hide from the snuffing a Bank they are to forgot his nejrroes. free, by knowledge borrowed from our his. govern he feels the responsibility and loves was the first whig murderer ? Maryland, in the second battalion, under Cof. !l'
people, whose good will they sought, the virtues At the South, Taylor is to be a hero. tory !JThe. to understand how he is exercising his power. A. The Philadelphia Whig Convention.Q. George W. Hughes, consisting of 1275 men,
and good qualities of the caucus, or its We are to forget; Filmore olfrnsive sneersat days of the Star-Chamber have pass. When told to vote blindly 1 ,because Governmentis Who betrayed his mastr ? of whom 1270 were staunch Whigs. During f';
candidates. They must have had something property in man-that he considers: abolition ed. The tortures: of midnight lluisitorsbecome } a mystery to deep for his mind, he is but .A. The Philadelphia Whig Convention.Q. our stay in the army we lost 412 men leaving r.
to conceal worse than Whig principles.The in the District of Columbia a jreat National tales of the nursery. key half-willing, and doubts the purposes of those What are whig princip'es, as illustrated 862 ; and just before we lift the seat of
democrat threw wide his doors. His acts question,"-that the ticket stands or : the Bastile hans at the hearth-stone of Wash; I \ho persunde him, and wonders how they can by- the Philadelphia Whig Convention T war, a vote was taken to see how many Tom I
I free; I be wise. But for this, he must doubt Republicanism A. "The loaves and fi hes" of office. ,
went on the wind-to the world. lie falls together-Taylor and Fillmore indissol- ington. The American fears no secret so Corwin Whigs there were among us.Tbe
., claims his creet(\-conceals nothing. lIe exults ubly united-" now and forever, one and in- tribunal as to his person. But his rights and I itself which gave the power, or Q. Who shall distribute among them the vote stood as follows : Whigs 1 ; Democrats ;
in his glorious flag, flung to the breeze. parablc-that there i is but one set of E- interests may be bartered and sold-his trusts human nature hich withheld the sense to use loaves and fhts" of office ? 361 Now, sir, what can be the cause of i
lie is proud of his name, his party, and his lectors, who if elected vote for both. Tayloris betrayed-his confidence violated. His[ pur. I it. He is suspicious when he finds no guidein A. Z-ichary: Taylor.Q. such a great change T Why, it is the course '
honest candidat who embraces and cherishes to be furbished up into a star of the first poses are honest. He loves the light. His the life or opinions of the candidate pre. In what was General Jackson obnoxious of that man who in the Senate Chamber of !

i his principles, as a father the child of his magnitude, eclipsing all others in the Whig Government is open to his inflection in eve sented. And those \ho select him, w ho should to the whig party' ? the United States,denounced the brave volunteers .j I
I heart. Can a Whig feel proud of he knowsnot Firmament, and we are to worship as twins, ry recess. Without this, he trusts it not an know, and instruct others, sit in closed doors, A. In having been once a military chief- I as robbers and murdsrers. and told the -
what-something he hath not seen or heard with equal zeal the sky-star and its dull reflection hour. But the deeds and purposes of one and present him in silence.In tain." Mexicans" to welcome us with bloody bandsto .
t. -not of kin to the light or the brl-'Cze-not in the stagnant pool-adoring mud great party are shrouded from him as to sacred 1814 Clay's life and opinions were a Q. What now recommends General Taylorto hospitable graves," and who said that he
palpable or practical: -something made and and military glory in equal proportions. or to shocking for his gaze. Boundless guide, and the Whigs claimed him a the embodiment the whig party ? would see our bones bleaching on the sands m'
preserved in dark-and! falling to dust in We may glean a ray oflight from beneath and blind must be the confidence of the of their principles. But now Clay A. His being now a military chieftain" I Mexico, before he would vote supplies to the
the sunshine-something curiously fashioned the black cloak of the Chinese Caucus, by the partizan who trusts a secret conclave which unworshipped-his alaN demolished) -his with his epaulettes on his shoulders and his army. .

of odds and ends of factions,-left mouldi-r- expression used by many members that they will not trust him, even when asking his temples desecrated- broken-his sword by his aid*. Not content sir, with us as rob. :" '
ing in the vaults of th-j Chinese Museum, as would not be Tyler.ied.nd they voted for : sanction and his'ote.. If he is willing thusto votaries scattered-where is the guide ?- Q. What particular ac rendered General bets, &c., he wished denouncnc while we -,
unintelligible tOhim as the hieroglyphics on Millard Fillmore or Abbot Lawrence. By perform his duties in governing his country Must we turn up the cast off clothes of the Jackson unworthy of support of the whig were galanty'striving to maintain the digni. .:

a Chinese tea-box, and whether it means tea, which we learn, they would not vote for a he may sleep in peace, till he wakes in mummers of 1810-seek principles in sense. party ? ty of Star.spangled banner," in the heart
treason, or patriotism, he is equally required Vice President, who would if President, veto the arms of despotism. A conclave which less symbols-the balls and barrels, cabins A. Shedding British blood on American soil of the country that for years had been insulting t
I I to sustain 1Important (as did Mr. Tyler) a United Stales Bank- exacts blind obedience in the beginning wouldnot and coon-skins, gourds and grape vines of in a just and necessary defensive war. that sacred flag, the emblem of that liberty .

I must be matter which men must or a high manufacturers tax-or a high tax leave him to slumber over-long. The past folly-or look to MILLARD FILMORE, the : Q. What constitutes General Taylor's only for which our fathers pledged their lives, J
conceal from their own followers. Men of and distribution combined. That they loved self-confidant wisdom which so easily guillotines hero of three bad tariffs in one session, who 'I claim to the support of the whig party ? their fortunes, and their sacred honor," on

virtue, intelligence and patriotism enough to this Fillmore well enough to amalgamate him a Clay, a Webster and a Scott, would coolly sells us to the manufacturer, whilst A. Shedding Mexican blood upon Mexican the glorious Fourth of July, 1776 ; and for J
l lay aside openly HENRY CLAY, the and with Taylor, not only because he claims the soon spread a net-work of iron over a sleep sneering at "property in man!" soil, in an unjust, unnecessary unconstitutional which they fought bled and died at Lexington '1
eloquent embodiment of all the principlesthey great right to abolish slavery in the District, and ing people. I Or will every Whig be furnished from theChinese ", wicked, and abominable offensive Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Trenton, Yorktown t
that it is a national question, but because he I Museum with a traveling wardrobe war. .
held essential to their country's welfare, 'Twas not always thus. Our ancestorswere &c. In those days, Thomas Corwin tt
chairman of the committee of and mask for character Q. In what light should the victims of an
and I of a
-their God.like'EBSTER whose genius is ways jealous of the powers confided even to principles every had lived and spoken a he has in regard to i
as undisputed as his whigism,-the gallant means brought: forth his hideous monster-tar their Government to keep anything secret.- he assumes, whilst only the high Commission. unjust offensive war ba considered ? the present war, be would have died the ig
SCOTT iff of 1842, after two of his more deformed ers, the Mandarinsofthie first class are to know A. They should be considered a murderedmen. Dominions death of traitor. But sir '
fresh in his laurels, the most success. The in the Constitution requiring each a hue -;
ful soldier abortions had been strangled; by Mr. Tyler's cause the true principles and practices to go"er constitution and lalost their force ? '
of our
!his day, the captor of an Em. Journal and publish the same \ -
, And Abbot Lawrence the and Millard ? The Q. In what light should! those he considerd
I pire who vetoes. great Cot. the Zachary dynasty Are to be thus with }
chains victory to his chariot wheels I from timr to time, excepting such parts as our rights trampled upon
I ton-caterpiller and Calico God-whose incense Democrat travels his safe and beaten path in who voluntarily enter upon foreign territoryto .

-without a reason and without a question, as I may in their judgment require sccresy" .was impunity ? God forbid A in our constitution
whose woods the healthbreezeand fight the battles of an unjust and offensivewar cause \
i is taxatioh, shrines and temples the inhaling .
11 roen unworthy t* spell in the same class with anxiously discussed and in some Conventions open says, that "Treason the United .
,. Zachary Taylor,-must have stand on broken c9nstitutions, and whose altars vehcmenently opposed. The prophetic PATRICK breath of forest flowers, fearless and hap ? States shall consist levyingwnragainst .J
: for grave reasons are the shattered fragments of political He bounds joyously his familiar way, A. They should be considered as murder
concealing anything. They knew it ren hiasnyt says Under the abominableveil py. them, or giving aid and comfort to their ene
I dered their whole' proceedings liable to darkSuspicions. equality, was supported by his worshipperswho of political secresy and contrivance, in the bright sunlight, merry in consciousnessof ers.Q. Now, sir, did not Torn Corwin give "4
Mep button their pockets and think it unbecoming a moral and religious most valuable rights be sacrificed by a your cor. freedom us the wild song.birds around How should their leaders be considered ? miel. comfort to our enemies ? The Mexican .
in the victories of their may him. And when told to take the dark and A. They should be considered the j
the sleepiest poNce becomes vigilant when people, to rejoice rpt faction, without having the satisfaction of a Chi papers held out to their Government the
men come disguised into a crowd, and some countrymenand; who act as if the blood knowing who you." And GEORGE tangled hammock, without a trail or blaze to of murderers.Q. hope that the Whig party would get into power .
Attract attention by a loud hurrah in one die and sweat of the rcvolution-the building up MASON t says injurrt"I I have doubts on another guide him-he demands a reason and a,purpose Has being the successful chief of a band next year, and then the army would be withdrawn ""
fection, whilst others keep in the shadow.- of our Constitutions and laws, and the bur. point. This enables them to keep the negotiations ,-and cunning is the jugler who fools him of murderers become the only recommendationin I no indemnity asked of them and tho
thens and travails of tho twice with the same trick. He remembers the of the whig party of a whig candidate
Counterfeiters meet in secret to fix the am. our people-if not about treaties secret. Under this I eye territory between the Nueces and the Rio
ount of brass they may mingle with their lit. very object of the worlds existence-and the veil, they may conceal anything and every. I I 1840. for President of the United States? Grande would be given up to them. Such
tIe creation of man,-was-Calico. He demands the doctrines whichare A. -. Tom Corwin, Bell Shenck and others .
gold and yet Lave it pass current. But thing. Why not insert words that would exclude sternly men as ,
here were high, honorable men seeking to I This Abbot Lawrence, was the reputed ambiguity and danger." The pro. to guide for go or evil his Country, and N. B. No answer to this question November.appearson would! not hare done us half llie harm
Carry the country, what have they to do father of Fillmore's!! bantling of 18i2 ; and ceedings of that system (the articles ol confederation make it a 1 legacy to his child, if he record. One iseipected next they have done, had they rallied up their myrmidons .

Which the people they seek to carry had not certainly cherished and supported: it, and ,) are to be published monthly with leaves him that only-or a blighting curse- ]i'1'te.V: O. Delta. and went tu Mexico, and fought under .
*right to know It must have been som sent it forth to gnaw the fingers of honest industry certain exceptions." These are proper enthralling him into serfdom to some Cotton- DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.It the Mexican fl 'g. We should then have
thing very unpleasant which induced such and gripe the very bowels of thriftun. guard is not so here. On the contra. spinning lord, or paper-money noble.- that known what to do with them. What, sir,
men to throw on disguise and meet in the dark. der the slimy pretence of public good. lie ry they may I conceal what they please. Instead He wants to hear something more pointed is rare two c/\didate are prejened must be the feelings of those gallant volunteers C
to the who combine much military )
Becoming liable to suspicions possibly worse was now the competitor of 'his old associate, of giving information they will induce than Old Zach," or Old \Vhitey- people a who after they have been vindicating
toYeD than the reality. A distinguished Na. with a nearly equal vote, but the former bewitching suspicion. You cannot discover the advo. that Old White Hat," or Olti Brown and political experience, as Gens.soldiersand Cats and defending their countr's rights, upon their

tiocil Conventions offering men to wield the attentions of Fillmore to abolition, cate of their iniquitous acts. This is ad. Coat," or any other catalogue of old clothes, and Dutlfr. are, truly greater return,instead of receiving congratulations
in land but few
destinies of twenty millions of led to hopes of seducing the Barnburners- ditional defect of a or cabinet of curiosities in the Chinese Muse! greater statesmen our ; of their countrymen,to have the finger of scorn
Vast ggregate of worid-astounding the Wilmot Proviso, and prevailed over the Every State in responsibility.guarded againstthe um. We doubt if a whole menagerie would who hare more successfully displayed the pointed at them and to hear themselves denounced .
Repub- of both characters.
lJC* -people whpse character and fame is chequered fascinations of the more certainly of its Government. We cannot do-even if graced with all the crocodile tears qualities Lewis Cass is identified with .robbers and lurerer. Can it
bLsed upon ope ness and candor,-whose compliant Massachusetts, which tho' one of1 believe secrecy it ignorance of the value of informa. shed for Mexican grievances, put up in transparency and conspicuously of the ha wondered at, then, under .
the rise
lOVernrnent u -* and grows, and waxes icr membr. boasted that she was not to b tion which causes this whig concealment, it ,-or sanctified by the sainted skin of which has arisen progress in a few mighty along empire the 0-, these causes, have thrown off the shackles
-oog by the po wer of simplicity and force bought the Vice Presidency-no one was they knew its value, they kept itback. that "same old coon" (now we trust in a bio and the lakes. He years of the Mexican Whiggery, and joined the Democratic .
L f ree pnnclpleby the strength of know. seems to have imagined could ever resist the bcaus. RIVE one of the most distinguished hospitable gave,") who has for years done foremost of great those was one who ranks ? Your's' In tae country's.cause.RF. .
dge and the seductive promise of a 'would the rational and explained the principlesin hardy pioneers tin S-U.
omxupotence of Justice,Equal. Tart I b whigs and lately a elector on thatt awoke the echoes of that vast wilderness which
expecting too much self Whig melancholy Wounded Soldier.
arguments. I b the mighty wand ol' republican in :
Gmeral energy ba
crese. (thea be
) Csjs's can only destroyed
\ ; government Elliot Debates 316
". flu !!'. treatJuroaw: SUrrender.indirnant AdJd let. by> withholding light from the Let t 3 Idem 404.: B Appendix COD;. Globe lit Sees., 9 i Con;. 317 less than a bait century converted a boundless .. jl a a gone ucker'as the boy saidwen
Waf, people. ) refined his ad .
'tC7ttayof them know facts-the acts.- views $ Compiled 4 Ellliot Deb. 74 Mid. Col. : ceae- ofizxiiingprospsrityand happi. mama we 'fm.T


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JI''f !! IOGKAP 1ICAL SKETCH a rise of ground, before the infantry sent downto [from' Ou U'eMngtim U.J] THE FLOEIDIAN net Colombia," sad the uaqueelionablt right 0 The Whip are caviliag b.catMeG mlCA

: t or the northeast side of the town became HULL'S SURRENDER. legislate upon the subject.. The one de. been in tb amie* of his the .

$ :- General: William O. Butler, closely and hotly engaged,the batteries of that At the late whig ratification meeting in thiscity U Li T Us ALOW I. .i.Con"right to Congress-the other claims it. year and now he ia tlflr accept I/I?

: or KKirrccxr.Aftrr division were sent down, and f were then one of the by tray of derision, fee one is conservative,and plants himself upon the year* longer. What an overwhelming oe fo ,
1i ;
!: i rt-',. ,.\ ordered to. support th attack. Leaving and the called Gen. (' lpabra of[at] Hull's sur- Saturday, July 8, 1848. Coottitution -Ihe other is sectional,and would trample Look at it !-U. was lut appointed by oj.A-,-

i i \ i < lhe> stirring' e.enl of ,ibo battle of Kentucky regiment support the mortar in render." The history of that disgraceful -- : upon the Constitution, regardless of the rijhts of Liberty Thomas Jefferson-then by th PrnMe/

I v.\ .. w Orleans General Duller retired to pri. howitzer battery the General rapidly put three transaction, and the noble and manly bearing DEMOCRATIC. NOMINATIONS. of the people in the property in question. Gen. Madison-then by Monrobt John At
other QliD
lifcSn 1817.He resumed his Mudolprofe&ion march, by a flank movement, the of General (then Colonel) Cass, before CAM is hated by the Abolitionists, Whigs, Barn would not give hi any office; and ?
.i t; 4 I't. that was interrupted bj the war, regiments, moving for some one and a h.lf or the country. Sent away from the ae fort by FOR raniDENT (I THK UNITED ITATCI : burner and Povieoists-wbile FILLMORE alts Whigs answer I Then General Jacka( L I'
: under fire of round shot.- GEN. LEWIS CASS .,
'". married. And allied down on his patrimonialpojtessiori two miles a heavy General Hull, to prevent him and-his noble with all these factions,save the Barnburners. Yet, and he, loo, must appoint him lo office the
: J\" confluence of the As further ordered the Ohio regiment was resistance *the cowardly OF MICHIGAN.rtR facts Buren in and *y *
t at tb Kentucky regiment from making lo notwithstanding there undeniable we see unprincipled came then Harrison, and the
and led TjU
f'' ( I and Ohio r .t. i in the nislles hut arduous detached from Quitman's brigade, by and tr.itoro. capitulation, and while TICC PREsIDENT: politicians seeking to gloss over his character and alt these Presidents must Hill continue Geami*

.l .J ..' :;; vocationiof civil life. The abode which he the General (at this time accompanied by he was anxiously awaiting an opprunit110 I GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, and striving to blacken that of Gen. CASS. CAn an officer of the Government What | !
'l ( I. General ) into the town. Quitman a
:: had chosen t"d.i peculiarly to with him.-- Taylor meet his country's foes, he Vain effort-that eminent man stands to high to b ing shame that even Whigs would not torn bin.
j' t his the first Or KENTUCKY.
i on
.!: :., ;:. The region around him \\A wild and romantic, and brigade gallantly directly carried it. battery Before this paJng intelligence that he and his brave little reached by the malicious and poisoned shafts ef a I I Ihe patriot Harrison bad lived, he might aart Nti

'! sparsely: settledand by pastoral' people. There however au.cktd. entered the suburbs the chief army were prisoners of\\. He could have FOR novcRNOR or FLORIDA: party seekiig to steal into power without avowing been prevailed on by his greedy party to dismiss

: !..I p arena populous towns. The high,rolling, and a we made his escape, but he determined tu perish GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. a single principle The people trusted them once but General Harrison knew the man-be had sJ Km
.t and advised to withdraw
.{ Unth theprrcipkotucliffsoflheKen.lucky engineer came up us in chains rather than forsake that band of such circumstances and the intoxicated with him in the _
: yet rich if WR CONGRESS : under Whigs, wars of IS 12 and for
t. failed and
the of the attack had
as object the ona brf!
ofiGaple, Savrrn, and tributaries which patriots who had followed him through WILLIAM P. DUVAL. with the prospect of (fattening upon the carcassof month he resisted the importunities of
we moved r>n we must meet with great lOls. pirtiuaund
.d J in near the moutb-in.ke t this section of wilderness from Ohio. On his release, the nation commenced the continued General CASS the
: ; :. : .: : pour The General was loath lo fall hack without FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : pouring out upon representative
: the Suieistill: to some extent? a wilderness of consulting with General which he did immediately visited Washington, and made a GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS Of St. John country brood of measures which, i if Dot checked Government at t the Court of France. oll j,

tf-f."-," : thicketsof the tangled pea-vine which, the rendered grapevine do-the General being Taylor but a short, distance full report of the whole at.ir. I is concluding too I long CHARLES H. DUPONT, Of Gadsden. by Providential interference, would soon have consummate and corrupt men Presidents Jsffcrson,Madison Wat,MOB Iliad '

; : and: nut.hearig tre., i ii for insertion, but we MILTON Jackson the wild and monstrous consolidation roe, Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, and *
came JOHN Of
news .
As we were i Tjl
the intrusion of the whites. withdrawing itself. It is idle to County. r
until of for
\:: ., : all Kentucky, which speaks quote IU
r. Quilmin had carried the battery, and part ---- dreams of Alexander Hamilton. No man likes to be hive been not to find out that CASS was unfit
The whole luxuriant have done, extracts lor UT
,r." (we great Indian park. General Butler led the Ohio back to a some of the whig papers {: u Truth" ii always welcome to our column*- "salivated" twice, and we cannot believe that the office! I was left for the Whig .
regiment show the distress party lo ,,
the Indians to
1 ::. .. domain was preserved by as :pas. the town at a different point. In the street of his private notes, error never-therefore we should be pleased to hear people of the United States will again place them. mae this important di.covery Seven o times
.. : f deer elk and other animals which the were threatened before was
turo 'r hut.lo. troops "Truth" again. Scveial communications intended in of without be- he Governor
we became exposed to a line of batteries on from selves the power a party : principles appinle of Michigan and
:! chase and sub. these tloei
alike as a a the surrender. But even brefeltrac. I
,I < -heir enjoyment the opposite side of a small stream, and also admitting for to-day's paper, have been unavoidably tote the election but after showing all the marks of was unanimously, confirmed by the Senate.
;. excluding tribe from fixing to be correct, what does it prove Blind
': 5fctence4y erery from a Fete d. pant (bridge head) which enfiladed Not at crowded out. federalists. infatuation. !Greedy CAl!-or rather
j uifwtaam
habitation in it. Its name consecrated that Hull forced to
: u i a was surrender
i Our fell! movedup CASS, for had not rerved his
I 4' .; the dark :'and bloody ground ; and war pur. us men rapidly &we the I all, for, in the following leler, CalIhow. {tOLouis$ ALDRIcH, Eq. has been nominated bya Slavery In the District of Colombia. he would b have country fatlf.n1.
the to not been
street to charge
; .: I .'_ rued foot that.trod it. In the midst of get a position it was i.ot necessary. Democratic Convention, a a candidate for Senator On the 24th of June last, a vote was taken in the 1 repeatedly ippointed tt

: .'., ; this region,"r, in April, 1791, William O. Butler battery)' across the stream. Coming to a cross- After giving the details of the campaignand from the District composed of the Counties of Ala- Senate of the United States, on a resolution offered office by 1 many Presidents, aid then the Wip

;; .t. was born, in Jessamine county, on the Ken. street, the General reconnoitered the position, surrender in his official letter, Gen. Casesays chua and Marion. Mr. A. was the talented Representative by Mr. HALE, instructing the Committee on the would not have 1 many overpowering REAR,

i : :' lucky river. His father had married in Lexington and determining to charge from that point, lent : from Alachua in the Ut General Aisem- District of Columbia, to bring in a bill abolishing opposing him 1 I is an unfortunate circumstance
) after his arrival in Kentucky, me back a short distance to stop the firing, and to appreciate the motives serve one's country for so long a period as'
; i. ; soon In endeavoring bly. slavery in that District. The question was taken by 'ot'1r
advance the with the bayonet. I _ _ and
regiment which led failhfnlly honestly Taylor
sister-in-law! of Col. to an
1762 Miss Hawkins, and to investigate the causes and and decided follows may cent
Todd, who commanded: and perished in the just left him, when he was struck in the leg, event so unexpected and dishonorable, it is jDr.. GEORGE E. HAWES is the Democratic yeas Yean-nays Messrs. Cl.rke, Corwin I Davis: of Mass., forty years-and Clay may offer to do it fo the i MBI f

.,. : '. ,-_, battle! of the Hlue-Licks. Following the in. bei.ig on foot, and was obliged to leave the impossible to find any solution in the relative candidate from Orange County lor the Legislature. Hale, Miller and Uph m- period-but it is no tin in them-bat in Gen.CAW,

.. : htincts! of-his which Deemed ever to I field.. strength of the contending parties, or in the We are assured that his election i is certain. Nays-Messrs. Allen, Atchison, Atherton, Bell, oh! oh !
r\mil' a' On entering the town, the General and his Benton, Borland, Bradbury, Bre.e. Bright, Butler
the That
..i ,j; t. court danger, Geleral Pierce Butler, a became at once hotly engaged at short measures of resistance in our pwer. The last Sentinel contain some half dozn linesof Calhoun, Davis of Mississippi, Dickinson, Dix, .Unquestionable JJuthority."-MT. \r

.. S ,'. neighborhood encroached around him. remo. troops Ho had to make his recon. we were far superior to the upon an extract from a pamphlet published at the time Douglas Dodge, Down, Fetch, Fitzgerald. Foote, of the Albany Evening Journal r,says tro

,", ted, not l lang after the birth of his son William, noi.muskft range.under fire. This he did any ordinary principles of calculation, we Gen. CASS was Ministrr to France, from which the Hamlin, llonston. Hunter Johnson of Maryland, trom the most unquestionable authority, that G.
sances heavy them the wounded and Johnson of Louisiana, Johnson of Georgia, Lewis, Taylor it ;
; to the moath (the Kentucky ri\er. Through i would have defeated editor manifestly wOuld have the reader infer that decidedly an tntfrDaly t
and his
unflinchingly, by -on Mason Nile act or movement
Rusk o
exposing person Mangum. Spruance. any favor
., the Indian warpath into tbn heart of there will Surgeon of thf
;,' : liiis sfction indignant feelings every he ( C. holds sounder and broader views extension of
; Until the of one occasion passing through a large gateway ( en. ) no on Turney, Uoderl'o.Westcottand Yulee- slavery.-Baltimore Sun.

1 : 'f : of Kentucky pusec. peace into a yard which was entirely open to the tetti fy. the question of slavery than the editor's own Northern There are some fact connected with this vote We have neither the right nor to tooth
\r ., '. there was a day tbat some hos. few before the surrender, I was informed thepo"t
1791 scarcely A days where
slavery it exists. .
enemy. When he was wounded, at the inter. Iriendi, especially Mr. Wilmot Proviso FILL. which deserve aler.i o. The six who voted 'for the C..
: I. 0 tile savage did not prowl through the tangled by General Hull we had 400 roundsof MORE. This is fair specimen of the electioneer .The opinions of the individual
section of the two streets, he was exposed to a resolution, are all Northern IVhigt. Hale is a reie- penona vhs
/ forest t and the labyrinths of hills, streams, 24-pound shot fixed, and about 100,000 may the Executive chair
tricks of When they cannot succeed occupy o ght
fire of and whiggery. Democrat from New
ing who
musketry gade Hampshire,
a cross
was repudiate -
: their not to control the
Jrapr.n the
and cliffy which adapted region to made. We surrendered with action Congress -wstieaofaaioenestjcpoljey..Gj.
cartridges upon
S when In battle! the General's was truly by fair mean,they will by foul. They have already by the Democracy that State, but was Tayloii Alliion
.1 warfare. From they emerged barrels of and 2,500 stand 0 Letter.
lurking powder
,: that of soldier and those under him felt the for forty our candidate's opinions on all the : and .
taken the
'_ mad their last formii'.al'le' incursion, and a : misrepresented up by Whigs Abllitioni'f',and sent to Congress ba no right t. say, that there shall t

t ... ;.,. they their foray to the environs of Frankfort influence of his presence. He had the entire oarls.stata of our provisions has been great subjects of political dispute, and ne are pre : the Senate a a reward for his treachery. Upham slavery in New York, or that there shall b no sl b
.. ;.'. ; pushed of his no and hear tbing and thing in I cry in Georgia; nor is there human
to any but
Confidence mtn.nTIe pared see any every is from Veimont, and i is the Whig who offered the power
of the Slate. Gen. Pierce the of the
the capital generally On day surrender the people of those States
: narrative of Major Thomas continues : understoo. the of the canvass. But why did not the edit Proviso respectively, which can
course Wilmot an amendment to the three million
.: Butler had on one tide of him the Ohio, on the we days of provisions of a change the relations existing Ca
44 When Gen. Taylor went on his expedition torofthe Sentinel the whole ? Why '
give bill, which Gen. CASS
paragraph against made a most able .
: further shpre of which the ravage kind hand. Of rtieat there* Conge is to the Government Taylor is
bore.sli b
..; to Victoria, in December, he placed Gen. every o take just so much 3 suited his purpi.se, when the and statesmanlike and against which be i
: '. held the mastery, and on the other roman. plenty in the country, and arrahgements had speech i-oA Eptl.
tic region through which they hunted andpressed Butler in command of the troops left on the been made for purchasing and grinding the whole together was so unexceptionable? Does our voted. Miller ii from New Jersey, and is the Abolition .I believe him to a tue Whig, an honest and

:... their war enterprises. And here, Rio Grande, and atthe stations from the riveron flour. It was calculated we co'ild readily pro. cotemporary calculate on carrying the election hj Proviso Whig, who rose in his seat after the capable with sound man and, opposed to acquisition of TUI,

:, to S division of tricks of t IS 10? If he doe tell him that conservative principles,opposed to
: .. amid the scenes of border warfare, bis son lioWorlh'a mal regulars cure three mouths' provisions, independent of the we no conclusion of Gen. CASS, and made a personal attack further enlarging the boundaries of the and,

; William had that spiri which animated him being larer place. Gen. Wool'scolumn 150 barrels of flour and 1,300 head of cattle, fox i is ever caught twice in the same trap, and by the on him, denouncing him for taking a position in opposition although he lie in the latitude where Unol; is

through life, by the legenJa of the had by this time reached Parras, one which had been forwarded from the State of same bait. You tooled the people once, with your to the sectional and narrow views of Northern tolerated,jet I do not believe that he dnire slue ay

.. In IJting hunters of Kentucky. hundred or more miles west of Saltillo. Gen. Ohio which remained at the river Raisin, under log cabiu. your gold spoons, and your hard cider, Wliigi and Democratic Barnbmners. Clark is prove ill extension. Ilii declared tentimenti area
fan.h he wilt
Butler had far recovered from his wound I guaranty nUt in the slightest
retirement, which may almost be coneidered so a Captain Brush, within reach of the army. but you cannot do it again. The mummeries of that from Rhode Island, and Concin is from Ohio, and is nr interfere with the action of Cengriu man.

.1 e seclusion, was enjoyed by Col. Butler to walk a liUle, and take exercise on horse- But bad we been totally destitute of provi. campaign have not yet passed into oblivion. the patriotic Whig who hoped the Mexicans would Ial forW existence of tlaeery in our fM newly

nearly tw ntJ.f\'e years, when be was called bark, though with pain to his limb. One siGns our duty and our interest was undoubt. The Krnlinert object in garbling the extract from I .welcome" our aimy with bloody hands and hospitable .. Let the representatives of the

out by the party to redeem by hispersonal night, (about 19ih December,) an express edly to fight. The enemy invited us to meet Gen. CASS' pamphlet is evident. One of the candidates I graves.." He is also the same .old coon" people and unrontrollcd<.1 the State be left free to act upon that
question Executive
came from General orth at Sallillo, stating by and
popularity the Congressional district him in the field. on his own Presidential. ticket, (MILLARD who confessed that the Whigs in Congress knew that Executive or/0, and we are urea Let infuce of

,, .. in which he lived. It was supposed that no that the Mexican force was advancing in large By defeating him, the whole country would FILLMORE) is an undisguised .ibolitionut, a rank the preamble to the war bill which declared that the free States look to their Re reseat a.ives.-Jlr.
from San Luis de Potosi and that
one else could save i from the Whigs. Like numbers have been open to .is, and the object of our Wilmot Proviso man, and a follower in the foot the war existed by the :c of Mexico," \'l a lie, .Ithman, a Mauichuscttt IVhig.

,- .' all the rest of his family, none of whom had he expected lobe a'tacked in two d Js. His expedition gloriously succearulyobfained. steps of GidJingi, Gates and Slat. a we have but that they .swallowed it." These are the gentlemen Let the people regulate their internal concerns ia
division all told did exceed fifteen bun.
not their
own CASS.
made heir service a to the I I already shown Irom Congie.ssional records. This way-on.
: military passport If we had been defeated, we nothing with whom .Millard Fillmore affiliated "

.. honors aid emolument ments. during years man countenance
\ averse to relinquish the attitude 'he occu. : balance of tho off the up defence which circumstances and our situation account ol his hostility to the South, and hence their similar resolution in the lower House. He wants slavery being extended to any new territory
night, sent
pied to cnter on a party 5tl gle. The imporiunily I couriers to the for reinforcements necessary and} rendered practicable. But basely to surrender great desie to have it appear that on the Democratic slavery abolished a well a Corn and Hale, andif t that may b brought into the Unit n.-" Potton Allot.

.of friends pre\ailed ; and ho was rear and the without firing a gun-tamely to submit without ticket is one equally objectionable. But their efforts he ever gets to b presiding officer of the Sena'e, The principles involved in the Wilmct Prois
i had the 1st 1st Ohio foot
elected successive terms in Even the extract the Sentinel has should be kept out of the national legislature,aid
to two Congress, a bayonet-disgracefully to pass in are vain. and a bill only lacks his vote to make it a
raising casting
then three miles from
town, in the the of the .
encamped| left to people confederacy in their
ctnJiJuio third
refusti. ho respective
to a a made unfair it is Gen. CASS
absolutely ; inferior in the places infinitely
review before as a law would for all the
place by daylight, ; and these two regiments enemy we not give a picayune slue ( local governments.-Gen. C.".
time. He $spoke sridom ia Congress ; but in quality as in the number of his farces, were higher than Filltnaic fluids. Geu. C. says that he In the District Columbia.
three liiu.. which in with Webster's battery, were encamped that is desirous for the abolition of .Let them ponder these things well. Let thenlearnas
two or speeches appear which excited of indignation slavery where,
circumstances every
night ten miles on the road to Saltillo. This feelng. Among those who voted in the negative are the they will learn, if they "i not be In

.,; the debates, a power will readily be detected enabled the General to make his : more easily fel srihed.To .- .WHERE IT CAN RE EECE. .JUSTLY AND PKACE- names of fourteen Democrats from free States, and and blind to the Irn'h' -that Tailor! i a

..' which couM not have failed to conduct to the i second promptness march of two miles in see the whole of our men flushed with the ABLY, AXD EASILY FOR BOTH PARTIES." Mr. FUl- not one Whig. Spruance is a Whig from Delaware Whig in principle is in favor of peace,opp to

. :. highest dittinct'on!! in that body. Tacte! ,judinnt dals twenty victory,eagerly awaiting the approach. more does not take *this hihh position. He claims theRIGii all war, believe ilaverytolea curie tl
but Delaware is free Of the
nol State
i r'. ; and to hold the celebrated hoe a yet. try, and desire Hi extermination, and oppned
... ant) eloquence, characterized all oo pas them afterwards I to the in the District : i
dispirited, legislate ol
ing -In Bee : upon subject
Los Muertos. and check the should! I 37 Senators who voted against the resolution, only to the further tzltni of,Tare When

,, efforts; in: Congress. A fine manner, sin agree- he have attacked General Worth enemy on that day, hopeless and desponding, at least fire hundred Columbia, whether the people are trilling or not! six are Whigs. is seen here, as in all other similar they shall learn e things, we tttu. no mal

,,,". nltV \0'c<\ and the hig'u! consideration ittcuriled and oblige him to evacuate the town. Whilst shedding tears because they were not allowed This is what make the .bolii l. I he prayed rases that Democrats 1 have lj fight the Southern who trul love the Whig'party,and who belives its

to him by the mClter of all parties, gave to meet their country's foes, and to fight their for an abolition of slavery, with the qualification con. !aces ntial to our safety and prosperity,can fo
with the Abolition
the and last march the battles Whigs. They vote
on next, General ; a moment hesitate to believe his duty calls him ta
him, whatit; is the fortune of few to obtain dall battles excited sensations which no tained in the from Gen. CAM
goo notice that advance of country's extract pamphlet, it all attempts to abolish slavery in the District of Co give him his ardent and zealous support-"-BottnAtlct.

:. au attentive grateful Audience. reei'e reported American has ever before had c.us to feel, would be another matter. But he claims to be interested dothe Proviso, and they stand .

S '' .' In 1844., the came experiment wac made (enemy,the\a untrue. Arriving intense at pain the campground from and which, I trust in God, will never again be in the claim to property in man, within the in lumbia-they the breach, and contest. the ground with the I do not see in the Constitution any grant of sucha

; .," ...::. : with Butler's {popularity to carry thp Slate fur his wound,Genfralsufred slept not during the night.- felt, wh'il-i one man remains to defend the Di.tric of{ Columbia," and he demands a a right Northern incendiary. .'' tAt Democrats unite power to Congress -. C..

; the Democracy as bad succeeded in his Con- of the Union. the abolition slavery there, whether 44it can beef .That Gen. Taylor will be 'found as true a Whig.
) .tandar with the South,and their combined votes
This journey, over a rugged, mountainous o
He nominated the in the general application of ,u the
greuuonal was as authorized state that
ditlic. am expressly justly and peaceably, and easily for both principles
exercise he the Notwithstanding this Southern
C road, and the in Whig could desire or to be
fur Governor the 8th orpition. party
.4' Democratic candidate by too tumininl Colonel McArthur, and Colonel Findley, and or not. There is as a difference in upec
.: the country for twenty in parlies demagogues us that U all parties at the Northare established by his Allison let r, by the statement -
and there is ( tel
: of January convention : good Sallillo, caused the great increase of pain now Lieutenant Colonel M iller vie wed this transac- the opinions of the two men on this quest ion,a there rotten on the subject of slavery." I this is tn, i of the Louisiana delegation. And we understand -

ground to believe that be would have been tion in the light which I do. They know and has been in their votes and speeches on it-for while what is that Northern Democrats vote the former also M conveying a PLEDGE that
chnsen over his estimable Whig competitor, experienced. in situation th reason on the one great question of principle which most
feel that circumstance our Gen. has voted all "effortsof
no invariably agiinrt
J : then C.AS of Hale and Corwin
but for the universal The Major's accout goes on to relate against the fanatical attempts to divides and aitrt the country-THE KXTENMO
,1,. tioirrnor; Owkley,the State that the con.off Gcneral] Butler's proceedings while in command none in that of the enemy, can excuse a capi. abolitionists and others to inteifere with questions I interfere wit slavery in th District of Columbia? 0,SLAVERY OVER: TERRITORY nowfrec -wiliest

'I. \iction throughout defeat of all the forces, after the junction ofGeneral tulalion so dishonorable and unjustifiable.This .- of slavery," .Mi'lard Fillmore has been (the agent ofalolitioniitt Why is it that they vote with the South in defeating .ttl to interfere with the action of Congrett. That
,. Mr. Clay'e party, by the choice of a Demo too is the universal sentiment among in their a great.point gained. This it an
presenting petitions
4.t asking tantm
Worth and Wool his would confer favor
dispositions the Proviso? opposition a with which .. ,
would have
cratic Governor in .August operated the and I shall bo surprised to learn interfere with of in we can .a
; questions ftd.-"C
threatened troops Congress slavery"
Mr. to meet the attack of Santa Anna I t upon the country by answering these questions. mucal.drtrlt.Lue
4 to injur Clay's I that there is one man who thinks it, ne. the aid Territories he has voted with the
.IL pro'pctlthroughout
.'.0 the V the -the defences created by him at Sallillo, and St.te And again-why is it that all the attempts whichare to the people, who will be affected by this
J... followed lio immediately after in November.With \ .- used during the attack at Buena Vista in dispersing cessary to sheath his sword or lay down notorious Gidding to receive, refer them and have made to abolish slavery come from and are sup question, ta adjust it upon their own re'ponsibill.and ,

: musket. them reported on-he has voted against laying a in their own nvanner.-Gen. CAS*.
forces his petition
of ? Will the also
and the just by Whigs opposition answer .
'.' '. Mr. Cay'. popularity, activity I was informed by Gen. the morning on the table, Congress permit abolitionists porte .IdoVi know whether Gen. Taylor would veto
the of Sallillo with the asking
with the Slate |people prudent and t this question ? And yet another question-why is it
: all bis long
of friends pride so
", after the capitulation, that British forces to send their the Wilmot Proviso or not.-Col.Has'eeli, C J7t
pamphlets throughthe
exalted by the aspiration giving a President effectual precautions taken to make them pas. incendiary that the Whigs of the South support a man for Vice Congressman Tennettce.
and that
consisted of sur.
v sive in the event Anna's ch. 1,800 rfglars mail into our Southern States, and to protect and who is 1 Wilmot Provisoist but
r to the Union-more eagerly than ever enlisted ofqSanta appro rendered ion human President not only a .Beyond quettion.when Cangrrsspa.eses such
to al
.\ \' It concludes by stating that all o defend the persons of abolitionists and slave stealers, Abolitionist who claims be interested in the
.: against the Democracy, Colonel Butler dimin. apprehensionsof blood. That he magnified their force an to an act,h approve it.- Y. Expreu.
Sanla advance subsiding General regular when they shall see proper to come among us, to 44 in man" in Ihe District of Columbia
: Uhed the Whig majority from twenty thousand .nna'i doubt. claims to property I am opposed to the exerciseof any jurisdiction by
S .' to less than five thousand. Butler to meet General Taylor at nearly fre.fol, there can b no run off our properly. In short, he has voted along ? Will the opposItion answer J Congress over the subject of slavery.-. CASJ.Gen. .

0" Monterey report the condition of affairs philanthropic reason assigned by with Giddingi and Slat, in all their warfare upon
The late military with which Major him is a sufficient justification, for surrendering Cal and New Territory.
: t et and the latter, having taken the command at our institution, and he has invariably defended these Martin Van Daren.

General nut r has Wen connected. -in con. Saltillo, transmitted a leave absence to Gen. a fortified town, an army and a territory, is for I fanatics from the just indignation and censure of the We find in a exchange paper, (tbe Troy WKgH)

elevation to that grade in 1846, the government lo determine. Confident I This great statesman it is understood, has con a short article Gen. CASS for a vote be
sequence ( Butler, to afford opportunity for the cure of his 1olse. These things, and a great many more, he deunen .
\ \\ilh the view to the command of the volunteers am, that had the courage and conduct of the his done, and! yet we find apologists for him in sented to the nomination by the Barnburners faction gave in secret session, while the Mexican Treaty

,t ; ,' raised to support General Taylor in hitinvasion wound afford evidence of the kind feel. general been equal to the spirit and zeal of Southern Slates and more than thi.-we find them of the New York democracy, for President o the was under cof idetion. Mr. Bu.zwnewhig Senator .

pf Mexico-are so wel known to paper tho troops, the event would have been brilliant Unite State. Deeply is it to be regretted by those from Connecticut, offered the JY mot Provi
.' iig which subsisted between the two Generals seeking to drag down from his high and elevated position
I. the country, that min-ite neces- and successful, it now is disastrous and who have hitherto been the admirers of Mr. Van Bu- an amendment to the Treaty, and demanded the
no during the campaign, and this sentiment was a to a level with Fillmore, one of the purest a
He acted in dishonorable. that he has permitted himself to be actuated by resolution ia tb
0. sary. a very conspicuous part ren yeas and nays theren. The was
evinced by General Butler, on his ,noblest and most upright of our statesmen.
the conflict at and strongly sir I have the honor to "fit either of for the course pursued by
.1. severe Monterey. bad a be Very respectfully, a spirit revenge following words, viz :
arrival in Wabington, spoke in the lard Fillmore to be compared with LEWIS CAM!
.. second in command under General of be, your most obedient servant the party in 1944., or by a unbounded ambition, to .That there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary
most exalted terms the leader under whom } Proviso abolitionist the
: Lis full share in the arduous duties aod respon.tibilitics LEWIS CASS, "lmoetbeimot sectional throw himself the way of success of the Democracy ( servitude in the territories hereby ceded otherwise
he served.In i narrow-minded taiiffite the defamer of
incurred in that important movement. Col. 3d regiment Ohio Volunteers.] of the Union-that Democracy wt.ich bore than in punishment of crimes, whereof the
t 1 General Butler is tall, straight, JAC&IO-lhe defender of GidJingi, Gates shall have been duly "
.' The narrative of Major Thomas, senior Aail. person To the Hon. Wx. Ecsns, him on its bosom to the Presidency,and which stood party conicte.
; and formed, active and Slade the of the South and the Ibis amendment was
handsomely exceedingly, : opponent friend of The vile on adoption of
4 taut Adjutant General of the army in Mexico, Secretary of War. by him when his own State deserted him-whichcherished
"; and alert. His mien is his
inviting, manners abolitionary incendiaries-this mancompared to one follows:
and hence assigned by Gener.11'avlor to the and sustained him when he was dragged a
.4 graceful, his gait and air military, his oounte. nature's noblest works Darkness with light- Ayes-Alherton, Clarke, Clayte,
staff of General Butler! reports plainly and FTGJ the Vermont Journal. from Europe by a factious opposition in the United Balll
nance frank and pleasing, the outline of his bigotry and sectionalism, with liberality and a comprehensive Corwin. Dafi.ol Dayton Dix Gett
: honestly the part which General Butler per. features of the cast-thin and TO THE WHIGS OF VERMONT. nationalism States Senate-which suffered a most overwhelming Hale.4Iilier.NilesPheps,Spruance, Upham"

formed in'subjecting the city that it may wel 8'linf pointed defeat in endeavoring to keep him in place in power. Naya-Alien, Ashley, Atchison, Badger, Bagt.

i, ..' bland for Iji.tory. This passage is taken I in expression- general contour of his head As one of)your delegates at large to the The paragiaph from which the Sentinel made the How does he now the generous South for Bell, Beotoa. Berritn, Bradbury, Breese, Bright,

their in the is Roman. whig national convention, I did give in extract which is to so much repay Butler, Calhoun, Cameron. CASS, Criitenden, D
.4 ** arrived whig.
The at no
it camp accompl.. CO blow at her
: army him ? By striking a deadly
character General Butler in standing by vi,.of Mi.. Donslau. Downs. .
private the nomination Dickinsn.
f about noon, September19h. Te o my (or your) aheii to gery, is as follows : his
vicinity Monterey, life in fine with that exhibited in : and I 0(1 institutions. What return do. be make to Foote.Uannegan,Hunter, John'onofMd.Jahnso1,
; That afternoon, the General endea. his keeping Gen. Taylor th presidency ; .We are no slaveholder. We never have keen.We friends for the many sacrifices they have made on of La., Johnson, of Ga., Lewis, Mangum, Mason

rored by observation to get informa. public career. In the domestic circle, i have voted against confirmation, had never .ba be. We deprecate its existeace in A abandonment of them Moor, Pearce.Rusk,Sevier, Sturgeon, Tu.rue y,f*'
; ?
his perfideooa
I .. p10a1 He like Gen care, kindness assiduous activity in anticipa. I the customary resolution (of confirmation) principle, pray for its abolition every where, account derwood, Yulee-33.
,1. tion of position. i i that do dedicate themselves to his
ting wants of all around him readiness WHERE THIS CAN RE now, they
the been \VdJidraic EFFECTED .JUSTLT AND Ilo Whigs in italict. An analysis of this vote shows
Ta)lor, saw the importance gaining his PEACEABLY, AND EASILY FUR BOTH PARnE'Blt service. What acknowledgment does he tender for
lo forego own gratifications to gratify others I -
On return, or sooner if practicable, that twelve Northern whigs voted for the Proviso*
". .:. road to Salttllo, and fully favored the move. have become habits growing out of his affection my we would not carry tire, and devastation, and the devotion of the democratic party to him 1 The
shall address to the reasons for my courseas ruin and three Democrats, and not single! Norther
O ment of division to 'urn their you murder and into a peaceful community topush one
: QfD Worh' and blackest, and ingratitudeaningratitude
,. ; *. His love makes perpetual sunshine at your delegate, and for my uprmiA on the accomplishment of the object. But after deepest whig voted against the resolution, while thirteen
.. ,i. left, &c. Worth marched, Sunday, September 4'Jto; be compared only to that of the
his home. neighbors the thiee
V Among liberality, hostility to the election of having quarters ol the old continent Northern democrats, awl them Gen. LEWIS
1 :,, ,i0lh! ,Ibr this purpose,thus leu vinpTwiggs affibility, and active sympathy mark his social I the of Vermont to we say before Go and the world, that we hateful serpent that would strike its deadly fangs in among defeat
request whig papers CASS, united with the Southern Senators to
r and Butler'a I divisions with General I Taylor.I have seen far frightful sincewe "
,.: intercourse, and unbending integrity and justice this card. moe Ire misery the bosom that had warmed it into italIY. Whatever -
publish the offend from Con
in amendment Senator
and have visited
General Butler wan ako In favor of throwing landed Europe we not Ireland by a whig
honor be have acquired in his
all his His borne is of of may past career
: hit division the St. John's river, and dellnJI. one un. HORACE EVERETT. yet, than we be ever seen among this class necticut Yet in the teeth of the evidence presented -
'r : pretending It is too much the WASHINGTON, June 12, 1848. .f people in the States. Whatever may be will only serve to keep alive in after times the th
.>. approached the town from the east, which is much of the relation between his The universal here,and elsewhere, there are those
: 'a habit) in Kentucky, with fierce and stern men, sid, patriarchal recollection of perfidy. condemnation and abandoned -
at first determined upon. This was changed, tbe Southern planter the slave. And as the and virtuous of all will opponents of Gen. CASS, ta unscrupvloo
; aD good parties,
to their and ends witha by
personal political
J. a. would leave but one, and perhaps the carry J Hurt/land l1a.-Tb Hagar lovra Her. t9 the phy.ica di.fr.. is seen in Europe, as to charge him with being a friend and advocate
his the seal of ineffaceable dis-
0\ : high band. General Butler, with all themasculine want food and from stamp upon memory *
f '. smallest division to guard the camp, and al.t'J aid yesterday says- reuling exposure to a of Ibe Proviso! Those who thus Indieeaw

b i' .' tack in frnt. The 20th, the General also strength, courage, and reputation Since the farmer of Washington county rigorous winter, without adequate clothing, we believe grace. misrepresent him in the Sooth, seem lost to aH seas*
it to be so rare,as not to form a j jest element in
:. of
lo this
lo give
; success attempts never their fields of them have overlook
the lr have got into many ol decency or public We can all
: ." reconnoitred enemy's position. Early the consideration of this natter. But the of opinion.
subject heart the mutt be
evinced the slightest disposition to the of people prepared for
; the morniag of the 21st, the 'force was order indulge discovered that their wheat i U even better, emancipation of two milion. and a half uC human I Te an unintentional error of opinion,but whew it cme
f that the
: ed out to create a diversion in fitror of Worth, power, whilst his well-known firmness alwaysforbade and will yield more to the acre, than they beings,living among population of differentrace War. -We see Wbig rendered desperate to deliberate repetitions of charges ia the face at

J : such atlempts on him. His life has well as it bad previously look. and color, and with different! habits and feelings, by a prospect of defeat, ascribing all sorts of ex- fitat hot 0
be his and before had supposed, facts to the that which n a l
; tbd mijght giui one of with all men, is one of the gravest question which can be submitted peiol and acts to the democratic candidate for contrary,
jt: our division came ptio.range of the ben of his peace th ed and promised to society to solve. It can be safety left only to President. They attribute the quotation above to error, resolve itself into ifoJtdoo*,and every beat *-

enemy's battery, the { of Twigge' countr. The Examiner sari- those who are t be I seriously affectedly it; and high-minded citizen can have a* ether ledi*!*
J pinpl u The harvest is rapidly and be. Here it it left by the n of Ae United him, but this, like many other things u ion tbro'igoAn. tot !the
division b ordered down &be north Obituary Eloyuenc*.--Those Whig" pa. progrlin. C01ltu than those ef supreme eontempl acE gusl

:, t\ ;.:.. east 41de tr the tows, to Buk/i aa armed re. : pert that cannot support Taylor, employ their fore our next wi fnished. The RAi.GovrWENTUAs Statet. IT is A M"TEa NO WITH CONCERN.WHICH" THE GENE and was batn.Allen Gen., of Ohio.who CASS .wed"the(his malignant partfxan who penis n their vile CO"**

l 1t the advanced battery)', and to i leisure in making obituary notices of Clay !IIt crop is good in quantity and Some lanage. I M Induction and abns
connoisseqee o in this Let the reader carefully consider the view hearts of the people must prepared war," as
J take it if it carried great loss. I is a kind of wrUinj that may found useful of the grain fields County present per. embraced b
itift- re in the above and point thing one must recollect who read the debate tt. Gen. tefose k>accept tbe BaraboTa-
never any any Dodge
.. ( The volunjefr! was scarcely! formed after the election, xtbrn there will be a very haps an'pppearanceper.fecti4tl ( oa .sep o f/J. 5t
: dj. ol The of '" G tionable. Let the people of this State place resolution terminating tit joint ceupancv tbCregon nomination for Vice President. Vaa 5ren
c in rear of'our Lwitzer and mortar battery, I general interment Federal candidate and witnea. apUntion LJZI bide o 0

:r L talJshcd! the ,vIM prtritut under cover c Jrfi.-Pirns. I truly t thee ,this extract t *


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-- V .nd prostitate gift oi f bare PXVSTDXXT instead of DISPOT- the United Statccr may kcrtafltrleafquir. ington leiter.writtert represent ,
;!;>t ;nec;ed .ovf withTtjlor,aDd onthe prin- intellect high pretr.ioD a a 1 Washington has"just received from or

ill 6f the Allison Letter, we have tecared for God in pandering thus. If they hire any Jrplt. : a coDgeryativefnstead oadesructive-*faithful e Jt tArn :/ **O restric- at Consul Havana a The Sdnthtra Llttnrf 8u.tu,
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C.d1er the triumph of Whlf principles in ourr1' .ide. thirst ( the loaves and fishes servant instead of a faithless tyrant,to Congress directly, t1 the United States co. 7'
broad enough o gar stating that an insurrection or a A WCCXLT JOUaffAb COMMENCED It ATHEXS.OA..
of that muniration
basjs! tf i the best of Ibe whole itt ovn act, mediately, through
setof men. the author of why do they not avow them 1 Why skulk and sneak,, interests people. o ( in a few OX SATOKDAt, THE I2TH Or MAT.
character anticipated
f\n or carry stick foinvdable was
!0.nlto sustain ourselves with bm,1 the frt greatit.Da and play the atiajim ? If they are afraid to come ton Allot. led on.or conceded t the inhabitant of iu the island of Cuba, from the ming of EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS.

of "hi;in the Union." out in Ihft lig t o(day, and proclaim their doctrine Now I woold ask, what can b plainer in mean ". day, and 'TWERE is pot South of the Potomac, a ting!*

tl, above"er. fr the New York Erptl.at frt upon the house-tops) all honest men ought to do,, ing, or bolder in avowal ? Resolved, Tat the Democracy of St. Johns the 1 beral or revolutionary! atl. representing JL Journal whoM cole object is to devtjope and
a of Americanproperly
'e of rabid I am sure,gentlemen,you will now admit that the are satisfied trat tbeii interest in the bands the unprotected state luster literary taste and talent ia the South; and this .
but now one shy don't they hide then heads in ? In
a rjy] Whig paper. obscurity Whigs hare courage; and your own reflection will oft man who could under the excite there. In consequence of ibis intelligence fact is certainly a sufficient reason for an earnest attempt

TaIlor P pers in New YorK The people will see 1S44 tley faUely denounced the democrats as a part tell you (that you owe an apology to somebody, tho' of the receive present rote an it is stated, bad been dispatched to establish such a journal. The failure of

irwnd of Whig faith. Gen. Taylor is pledged without principles, but in 1S4S they thlmh"tl in considering whether it be due lo the Federalistsof ment country A signal a ort! previous efforts cannot be regarded by the,intelligent
tbe ( of domestic policy." 1793, or to the: of t 1S4S. you may be I as one hundred and two of one hundred and to our squadron directing a portion such Those
mind argument an
the tda in'matters come before the people, afraid! to acknowledge the Whig u as an against attempt.
pot to ePa domestic and be much puzl.d as 3\ btn, huinl offended tirchc votes fro:f tbe"Souther States, nndwill of it to be ton! to the island of Cuha to failures may have been and probably were, the result -
oeawr' r dogma of 1844, and ask the independent voters ol
Bank both Jack, the circus John C. and look after interest there.-
A Dandy M-i'h Virg"irJia'Geo, Louisiana, Missisiippi protect our of circUmstances no longer existing. Tbe need (
trill not veto that) -a protective TarirTthe san>e-or the country to abandon a party! which proposes to Wright, a Whig member of Congress by coipuingtbe North Carolina, Kentucky; Texas, From the published accounts afT-tirs. in that of such an organ in our midst is so universally Ig 1s

corrupting scheme of Internal Improvementsditto administer the Government on a sure and experienc two worthies he was admonished by island there anticipate know(edged that not to attempt to supply tbe de6 ,
rind Arkansas andother Southern Sl was every rtROn'O
min present that he ought to apologize. tea.uitdy would indicate disregard of the aign.oC
"J I 9 on'of all the other Whig measures basis,to support one which has no creed but the the Consul feared rienty,
r You however have an advantage that Crockett support Lewis CASS Michigan Prelidfnt. such a movement as was a the times scarcely more surprising than inexcusable. .
: which the people have so often repudiated. And five loaves and two fishes Could political profligacy wanted for looks being a matter ol taste take of "
; good and William 0 BUTLER .t! Kentucy for Vice. bout to place. The progress o' the age and the rapid advance
;; lait Of alt|, the lillmit Proviso. This is another go further merely. Croket may with propriety have declined President. he South m CoramerceManutactureaamnd InternalImprovements 1.

of"dom policy" which the Northern to settle point between the t parties insulted: but The Opposition Leader.-The Natchez imperatively) demand a correspond- I
measure stc to BEYOND Taylor backing out. fortunately for y,.u, and perhaps for the old Federal Which were read and unanimously' pasted. Freetrader 6lh ing advance in literature. To aid in this grist obect. i: ,
Whig claim i.'pledgP apprcve. On the 16th of May 1517Gen. Taylor wrote that party too, there is a standard by which it is easy to Resolved, That the foregoing proceeding orlht : he has established a Weekly Journal at the seat :) f
of the
QUESTION, says the Express, I WHEN tnt the comparative beauty of Federalism and Whig- he published !in all the Democtatic in "Gen. Zachary Taylor, the veteran of the University tf Georgia and rallied around it =
.in no case can I to be the papers "f.
SUCH AN ACT HE WILL permit IQOiet obsolete but still venerable Mexican in excellent health and spirit ij1 ti"ti"Ihe
CONGRESS PASSES ism. I mean that almost the State and in (he Washington) Union. war, best writers of the Suuih. 41
the any party. On the 2fcth of May of the same charter called the Constitution of the United of his abl '
of the
APPROVE IT! Geaeral CASS Express \ passed: Natchez yesterday morning on our The Editor is assured support
and all the other measures of rear he wrote" I will net be the candidate of any Stale And I think. gentlemen, that it you will. Previously to cosing. three hearty cheer fine namesake packet steamer, on his way to coadjutors in the Orion Magazine, and also of much ;.
trill vE1T. WIil that standard to the principles of the two parties giretafur of the Baltimore cf i"I
his apply fiber assistance from the most prominent writers ,
party or clique; assuring correspondent the '
cleUion of General party his cotton plantation,
the Mississippi Cypress
Taylor slandered
favoritism. 1Ioe .. voice ol you will at once perceive that you have Convention. I the South. The GAZETTE is made up of matter both :1 t 4
,will secure "the triumph of If'hi% principles that b! the spontaneous and unanmoU the old Federalists by identifying their prin The then Grove,' forty-five minabo.e. Hii Mexican original and selected ; and comprises Tales, Emays, ; 1 .

tiernty country .Let the Whijrs the ,, alone," could he be withdrawn from pri. cple and those of the pseudo Whites meeting adjourned.GOULD President. somehrero, recently wbillned, never looked Sketches of Travels Poetry. Criticisms, and a General 'f1'.t 1
years E. B.
far i ou vale life after the war ended. On the 13th of July be not mistaken, the Federalists] were so called than jesterday. He Miscellany of information in all departments of I
With becoming
cries the more appear.ed
then look to Confrta Express of the he .I am not willing to be ,not because they wished to make Confess alone MANUEL CRESPO, Literature Art and Science. Particular attention b I "
I Pillmore for Vice Present, tha casting vote of the same \'ea says; of supreme, but because they at.mpltd. by a loose PEDRO BaYEr, actually young and a.h.ared.t given to Scientific and Practical MechanJu.'t t
10th Au
t Senate in case of a tie oil the Provi o or any other the candidate of any oty. On construction of the Contituticn, enlrge the power Yice-Prcidents, This was before his nomination by the In Mechanical execution it surpassed by no con .g,
i his : is. I I need hardly add that I cannot of the whole Federal opposition The learns that of the fine will not be
f Whig measure of .0 domestic policy" i u certain to be gui language ', ROBERT R. HEm whigs. Vicksburg Whig temporary and the aid arts f
in any to8 permit m'let to be brought before to the reserredpowcrs oft/Ic States; for which lat General Taylor is to replace Gen Brookeas wanting to enhance its attractions. Portraits of .
With them, and Taylor's hands being tied by a pledge ter *, the Republicans they were then called JAMES M. GOULD, and of Southern Life and l ,
I (the people exclusive!} by any of the political parties power a officer at New Orleans, the Southern ,
, (the only one heeler gave,except that be would not the Democrt of the present day, have ever contended Secretaries.Fi Scenery, will be presented.The .j
that nw so unfortunately divide our country, ai of the his old at Jefferson .
interferevith great conservative later to resume mm3nd Ihe friends of
I b: the of any party!) not to I principle Editor confidently appeals n-
bit nndil1te in the legislation i of Congress, their candidate for this office." On the Both of January smaller and weaker States. [ 'om the Are? Orleans Picayune, June 21.] Barracks, Mo. Literature in the South ;and he is happy to announce '

i : opinionl to ISIS be says, speaking a nomination by a But the Whites go far ahead cf the old Federalists We find in the,Eco del Comercio the fol. = =- ------- -- -- -- that his enterprise is of no doubtful jsme. By private 11
.Whi principles ate secured for twenty years" doctrines. They assert that ,
; in their consolidating BltONCHlTlS. and lZen..roulIilt has bern obtain ;
S Convention, .I not be brought forward tbe TiEMEDY FOR effort a large r
" teme! This is the way in which the North expecM party Ih.I the members ot Congress alone are empowered t( !Imving letter from General Butler upon ed, and upwards of One Thousand Subtcrilrti have
to Circumvent nu.south,ard Southern mfT. are called by them aj the candidate of their palt!. All this do the business of the people, and that the President: case of the St. Patrick prisoners : Boston, May Jjth. I Is 1. pledged their support to the paper. Until this was A

' to aid in driving the dj: Mr. Seth W. Fowle, accomplished the editor wan unwilling to p&blnh tf\1. }

on That General Taj IT will'ever consent to be the tool the result' I Gen TAILOR ol the same mind now, restrain Conge,., but their u merely the! inttnanent o Mexico, June 3, 1848. } Dear Sir:-There ate So many qui'-k medicines at his Journal, but it U notv given to the public with' .
t 1 he is dure and each has or less the unequivocal a's rauCe that il shall be permanent. "
time more certificates
and doe he still hold on to this position the present one
in rich hands for such a purpose we do not believe, I And is such the high function of the President! Sir-I have the honor to acknowledge lour TERMS-I. The Southern Literary Oasetle i is "..: U

bat there is not a word on record from him to warrant a candidate at all, he is certainly the candidate of a Did the States or the people, when they defined, in two communicotions, of the 24lb and 31st ult.. from real or imagininary indi.idualslha I published weekly nn a handsome imperial qtnrlo of J.,

us in this belief. All he has said on the part!. I i. evident he has not been brought forward the Con"titltien. the duties and powers of the three a President of the Philanthropic Society of have for some time had doubts of the propriety of S pages-printed from new type, on fine while' pa 1. "j

e\e by the unanimous voict" of the people. I departments government,intend to make Congress and take testimony in favor of jour medicine. 4.., '
S Mexico. That I giving any per.
i. in of the claims .et b% the North- the highly appreciate
.ubject f..or up and the Executive a mere tool to serve furnished to single subscribers at TVtf ,
from he had the unanimous" voice supreme assured that I have been benefited by its i 2. It is
tar it, not e*en in the which But being '
era while our only reliance is in tbe fact purposes of that supremacy / pleasure gratifying humanity Dollars annum in acfpanrr--and to elate .f sit 1
Whig. I of those who to the which i U now running and will be and satisfied that by giving in my testimony per 1
ot his being a Southern mm, and a sla\ebolder belong party No, no. It was the intention of the wise pat. dictated communications provedby use, feeling for Ten Dollars. '4 f

all him. Yet he i i. a candidate-yea, the candidate riotic framers of the Constitution that (he Executive, my general order, of which a copy is en. iu regard to it) medicinal qualities, I may,perhaps {tJ-An comm'inicationj, not containing refnfN .
slender by
Thu ie I a we may eec
rlin a 01 a l-arly-of the party whose name he has assumed the Llislativ.and the Judicial department should closed.It be the means of saving some one similarly afflicted tancvs.or solicited article, must be posl-paij to ensure J
noticing the debates in the U. S Senate on the each the others for the and 1'. !
of their principles chek upon I haveextended therefore cheerfully add testimony in attention. .
without knowing any thing will be from those orders that I my t
is whole and ol seen .
Oregon Bill. Even in that hifh place thee a welfare of the Confederacy every part WM. C. R1CHARD.ATHCIS .1
difference of opinion amongst Southern men. Mr -of the whig party. This i is:the man who neversurrnders it. Ample powers to do good were conferred uponthe a free and full pardon to all Mexican favor of the medicine that I know has done toe great !. May 13. IS"13. f :

I may be true of him in battles, but whole machinery ol government acting in harmony those of the company of good. I have been afflicted with the Bronchitis f
Badger! a Whig Senator from North Carlina tbe qU.'lioncf clim. not in politics.I In this )Utter fed he gets bew ilder- ; while power to restrain prevent ni was San prisoners Patricio including, and to all American whom our number of years, and by the use of a couple of bottles pr. SpetfOei.Vegetable Pills w..J ll"
for Congress annie jurisdiction over bestowed upon each separate branch in right .
slavery in the Territories, while there ale others ed, confused and lost,and has to surrender a discretion. given, the duty imposed upon each, to refuse its cooperation own purposes of discipline do not absolutely oi Tonic nod Restorative Differ

who take the opposite ground. Ttis circumstancesbows i with the others, not only in measures palpably require to be retained for a time in confine WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WIID CIIPRBY, for the Puriflcatum of the Blood and Restoring of :fJi

the f being a slaveholder, Hear him upon another subject. With referenceto unconstitutional, a the Boston platform contends ment. I am happy to say that I am almost free from the i the System from all Marlnd Sttretian if the i't 'J

us that mi re *c when o remember that his being a candidate, notwithstanding any I lung but in rue where the Constitutionality mightbe The prisoners sentenced for murder and above troublesome disease.If Glan'd Skin art Liver Morbid HvmofSf, an u no guarantee for us; and ire questionable, and even where the measures mightbe I Vitiated Slate of the Rysttin, tft.npHESE ; t ;
General Taylor stands pledged to a particular couise Conventions may do, he said on the 20th ot April, clearly Constitutional, but of doubtful expediency. -.. robbery in whose behalf is made your appeal this should be the means of saving enD one of PiUs and Bitter have bern steadily gsmJL ",f

the ue of the trto the momentous interests at ISIS, I I do not design to withdraw my name if Mr. I. of May v4, wil) be liberated so soon a the my fellow beings from that most troublesome and ing hi; popularity among all classes-are itot n6w :
in National Con. That such was the drsign of the fathers of the shallbare this disease, Bronchitis,) I shall be fully paid 1 :
. consideration CLAY be the noa nee of the Whig evacuated country. painful ( fe among those of doubtful efficacy or exprrrmerfal f. 'I
.:ak ought to outweigh every paltry vention." On the 24thof April he said, I now Republic, can. be shewn by a reference to the Co a troop offence.' of the blackest character; my trouble in Writing the above communication. character, but can be relied upon as compositions
The of General) 'a
f aggrandizement. opinions stitutinn and its expositions by and :
.f I contemporaneous founded correct therapeutic principles.
Taylor should be demanded,and laid before the public consider myself in the hands of the people; a portion those who participate in its lormatiun. And that hut, even in i 1 grave a case, J have been unwilling Respectfully yours confided in upon as safe, pleasant and efficient Medicine ';i.4. .

that the voter may know that he is not on"ib. of whom, at I at. have placed my name before the design was \i its conception, and of inestimable to desecrate tbe joyful moment of peace B. COVERT, Vocalist, wherever a Tonie ctJlperient is needed andwhere f

who will be the the country for the office in question, and who alone utility and benefit in its effects may be by the shedding of blood.It Firm of Covert &Dodge. a Purgative or simple Cathartic alone is neede I I. the a
to the elevation of a man: '.
ting pa are authorized withdraw it trom the canvass." shewn from every page of our political history.I gives me great satisfaction that in com- We lake in transferring the above certificate Pill alone stand unrivalled. HI. ,
t.ve instrument in the hands of our enemies of doing L must however refrain for the prevent ; but, if pleasure will positively cure and hate ia flcdsandy .
Now, bow does be stand by these declarations ? plying with I hate been ableto of Mr. Covert in favor of curative They
ui great wrong. It u no time now for humbuzgervCveiy you bisk, 8 I do, that in these days of political your requests th proper- of cases Dyspepsia Jaundice Liver Complaints,
dispassionate observer must see in the political Does he filter and hesitate? No, be backs right I heresy and schism it would' be wi-e to recur to fundamental afford so strong an evidence of my desire ties of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, to our col. Eruptions of tha Skin, Sallow (Complexion General .4

which bodes to tbe out, and tells some Delegates, (nut the people) to a I ) principles, to seek the good old paths" that ibis happy peace may wipe out lor'< eoe umns. Mr. Covert (of the firm of Covert &Dodge, Debility Loss( Appetite, ,Suppressed Preparation, 'I
) firmament a cloud no good .t
"party" Convention, that he recognized in them in : Irom which many have strayed by following ignorant. between Mexico and Americans all bitterness vocalists t ) has been long and favorably known in tbi ic.c.. As an excellent eradicator of mercvry
welfare of the Union. The time has come when it or unprincipled teachers, I will lend my feeble assistance I the system these Pills and Bitter are une .II.d. .
"Convention the "tto withdraw his and feelings and all past offences. vocalist of attainments.We .- from
r name TRUTHfyjW I city and vicinity as a rare and Bitters 1i
11 no l.nger safe to take men upon tnist. Their in restoring II and The indications requiring Sj'encerPin ;1
and their lie would cheerfully acquiesce in such withdrawal. I With high consideration: for yourself have watched with painful anxiety his declining ,and when they should be taken M hoot delay a. .
views should be qualifications cn.uJed. :
kno\'n If Mr. CLAY had been nominated, be would have are pleased to see that our able demo. for tbe society over which )00\ pr remain health from the disease of which he speaks, and preventive of the formation of acute disrate, ai e '.Ji :

The ship of State should not be committed i been withdrawn by these party Delegates. The cratic friend, the Jacksonville wVtict, has again sir, very respectfully, jour obedient have almost despaired of his recovery-yes,we placed -when Ihe tongue is furred; when the vrme i'n : .. ,{

t unskillul or doubtful" hands. I is the unskilful I I people who alone" were authorized to withdraw hoisted the flag of CAS and BUTLER. Time and servant, him in the catalogue of incurables-but thanks highly colored ; when there is pain nervousirritations ia the stomach? :
and inexperienced pilot tbat strands the vesst-l. and bowels; when there are l'
him from the canvass were now forg"tten. Thus discussion only are necessary to heal the little dissensions WM. BUTLER, to the virtue of Dr. Wistar's;: BaLaoa he is now, when there are pains in the back and* fiead"; when j

The people should beware of teen who come to them I does he fly from one bush to another. Thus does he which exist in the ranks of the democracyof Major General Commanding.To greatly to our surprise, enjoying most ncelpnthea1b.t the skin is hot dry, or yellow; when l"he appetite t

,seeking office, but who u carefully conceal" their his mind with every change of the moon. He Florida. Let us then say to one another, in the Senor Don Jose Urbano Fon eca, President Washingtonian, Bo.to. is poor ; when there are ccld chilli f when the
pol.ticalopinions. IE none of the relations of life. vary '' dreams bad. or startling in sleep. "
Come of Mexico. are
not only become->the candidate of partY, which he mild and persuasive language of Holy Writ of the Philanthropic Society For sale by BARNARD Jr. Druggist, Tallahassee of rtr all or.thf'C19 .:1-.1
do we act in this way. We are careful in admitting a F It taken on the occurrence: any
and said he would not do, but if Mr. CLAY had been and let us reason togethero"S. D. LADD, Newport, and by Druggists gene. indications of approaching disease, mflth pain :andsicknejs ',
who to ,
confidence us
to our are )
teD nominated, he would have submitted to be with. JOHNS RATIFICATION MEETING. Head Quarters Army of Mexico, ally throughout the United States. nay be prevented 'j
I surely when men seek the highest offices in our gilt, 1 1848. ) above Medicines fresh aol genuine, are for 'Isnieby
The __
Convention which tie said MClico Joe --- -
drawn ,
by a nobodywas .
; it i* our right to know their sentiments, and when party Pursuant to call, a large portion of the Democrats .. ,.1 LEWIS & AMES. .
,. authorized to do but the people. is with this Johns assembled at [Ureters 1'0. Notce.AN July ln4q. O Tan'al t.'I'f'. Ft. -J
they refuse to give them, they are unworthy of our I oUSt County f.Gue'.Lng.Rom The of having been 1. .
Extract.- treaty peace be made at the next "
slide that he transrers himself from the people, June j
I" support, and ought not to be trusted. easy on Thursday evening, duly ratified and the troops under orders for sion of the General Assembly of Florida,fora List of Letters r :
and from his boasted independence to a party, and
22.1848. their homes tbe commanding General is charter of incorporation of the St kholder of 1) F.MIINING in the Post Office Jt Tallahassee; J
t "What the Committee hatched appears in the to a party hich has such contempt or dread of the The meeting was organized by calling the issue, the instructions respecting The Suthwester Rail Road of Florida. L%. July 1, 1848: fJt t

,t \ lat noridian.-Sttinc. people.lhat they sit and deliberate with closed doors Hon. ELIAS B. GOULD to act a President, pleaded to roJowins of July 18-. 5t 3m MamsRev William f Knapp.lamnt. 3 a J
With tl! due for our neighbor, we must persons not Kin Charles 't
respect prisoners. Tobert o"
from such of Anderson
Let the people juJge inconsistencies and MANUEL CRECFO and PETER HENET, Es. Wanted
1 enter our unqualified dissent to any such statements the army whether Americans or Mexicans, "Bison. S P Jsyfe. Mu Amelia AArnet liL{

; the above forth to the public. the editor the anxiety this military rhic"felt lest something quires, a Vic -.Presidents.ROISCRT will he immediately set at large A SITUATION a TEACHER,in a private family Jones F l.sstinger. MaryJ.ii'ooniaHettncr .: st
a going I would be lacking to make him acceptable a can REID Palatka and JAMES M. Daniel ?
the S will take the trouble to at a R. The in confinement at the citadel, XJL or academy by a young gentleman who has hadeperience iss Po 3 Livingston, 0 l'.r
, ntilLl look dida'e.! They can see his turnings and twistings, GOULD of St. :\ugu.tine'ere appointed Sec. prisoners in giving instruction in the different n..ker.l\fartin I 1 I.ococnev. Davy .if. .
the head of the Floridian, he will see the names of his step forward and step backward,his reared head retaries. I known a tho San Patricio prisoners will be branches of English Classical and Mathematical Raker Daniel n 1ng. Edward '

the When si : discharged. Tbe names of these and i in qualified to Barker Moses Jynn. wilV .t 1Earber
editors immediately
want tancc
of the they f I education. : every respect pre- ,
and his bowed head and all his hues and shapes,. The object of the meeting stated in a
'a John Riley, John Milton, pareyoutft.slor any college in abe Union. The ap. George \V lsunAI) : i
cite arc-
from the Central Committee, cr any one tleyw.ll which the outward indication of his mental \V. A. FOB- prisoners :&'fCnnnen
were forcible and eloquent manner by Akles can furnish testimonials of ability and character ttrookJaines M Lipec'ixnb.CspJas .
; make it but will not the James Mills, James Kelly Hezekiah plicant .< ..i.
known, they permit throes I is \"el his patty has prevailed on hjm tc I WARD Esq., and on motion it was, I Williams Peter 0'. ,and will be satisfied with a moderate salary.Address Robert B Nay Mrs Marl 2 '
editor of the Sentinel to utter a malicious and deliberated write no more. Resohed, That a committee of set'en be a p. John Chambers Caries W. H. T., Savannah, Ga. Buchanan. Moves Maxwell Daniel p' .".cI $

! misrepresentation at their es pense. There resolutions of the Brien, Thomas Cassady, Samuel X. Thomas July I, 1S-IS._:3_ tewett, Elder Wlit' Marshall Charles
t t. in Territories There is oi pointed to report expressive John Daily, Martin Miles, John Bartly, Edward CorbettThomasi B MarienWiiliam D '.
cot an iota of truth in the a" ertion.- Slarrry a prcspect Notice. '
sense of ibis meeting. and Millar andAlexander Cason. MarshalL MnseTt'1. AJtenon S' 2' ':;41
i coin,and) unworthy cur n hbor's columns.It the amic.We settlement the exed question ol Ward, James Miller, 2'
I but ; o Whereupon the following gentlemen were months after date, the undersigned H1I pre Chrittie, Josepb C MinfonStepben ,
is an act of discnuitcy of which we hopis we slavery in the territories.: Senator Bright, of Indi. appointed by the chair; l'Kct. SIX their accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Chaires, lIr.nn Maria Mtrritt. Elijah r "

never shall be guilty We a k n favors of the anna has offered the Missouri Compromise 8 an amendment GEORGE CENTER, W. A. FORWARD, GAD By order ljlr Gen. tTLER : Jude of Probate of Benton County and applyfor Claaires.Green 2 Moore.t.earj ",1iiC1ark.JeS3t"
. 1 Sentinel, but ,we shall cpec him not to forget what to the bill establishing a territorial Government IIrMPUREYSJORN D. USINA, JOHN M. FON- ---. THOMAS-, A. A. G. ministratrix letter of of dismUsion the:estate a of Administrator William Boyd and late Ad.ofsaid Chilters.William M 1tcCrain.e Monchat.lnho',.a.tll'n ;.'.1 J-

I i*due from one gentleman to others.Don't I in Oregon. I is thought that it will L ac TANE, JOSEPH POMAR, -BARTOLO PACETTY. MARTIN VAN BUREN.It County, deceased. CJrpcntl'r. Wm S 2 1\.IcTW'tr: .bri t. -.,

t for cepted by the South, and will pass the Senate. I .The commute retirred and after a short ab. will be seen that this long A. & A. CLARK Cheater Abntr McDonald Ceorge 101 J 4':
ere Prlucllt. it will with the Whig majority in the other personage Administrator and Administratrix.Axznsta Cook James W McMi11an. Janes.VCraven
Mr. AsuMUNof Mjssachusetts.declared in Congress \ s/Home to re.t or it. We rk the sencp returned and reported the f lowing the recipient of the honors and the confidence ,nton Co., Fa., July t. 1S-I9. 50 6m Dr John 11 N.wton.lvlrl Lru51ans ';1'
accept predict-m
that he had opposed Gen. TAYLOR'S noma- reject reso'utions! ; of the democlfafTc : rij.tas written to the Davis J W Ne iIlE'. Edwin W No
predictionthat! not ten whig* from the free States, In Wakulla Circuit Court. Zacharih N nn.Eli" 2Davidson 1
lion .uroi principle" Yet, in that very speech I I Resohed, That the Democracy ofSl. Johns Utica convention decaing that he cannot Duis.
in both Houses, will for it If it it William S Oder. ThnmrtIlewit .
.ott 1S4S.
he wasgviogin Ins adhesion to him a the candidate : will be democratic pase. County, assembled for the first time to respond support General s, regvlar democratic Wa..hingl.n O'\tiT. .toseph J .
by votes Irom the free States-
.f the whig parly. He does ret tell upon ,,hat mark this! to a nomination ot candidates fur Presidentand candidate of the democracy of the Uii'on.' Thorestin Lump in. Agent fOr Attachment Drake. Pan \nn. DanV, ,

.principle" his affection ,'a based,but,if course, Vice.President. do take this occasion to What a deed Ibis is to sully the sunset of a Robert Lumpkm } Debt $\II.IO. ElliWn. A K P..tfr rllbn;AI"sandtt

as it was something different from policy, we are tc To the Editors of the Floridian : say that the declaration principles avowed life, the morning and the meridian of whichwere William .' arpenter. j Bond $1500. Falccnner Asmond' rotter Plant.JlbnG Rev Ira L. :I

presume it \vas somehing: hingofrooreunportance. This GENTLEMEN : You have been taunting the Whigs by the Democratic Gen. Contention held im. so full of true greatnegs; He will fall THE defendant and others interested will take no- Fletcher Farr It.SilhaB, l1r'Sarah, Rawl".Thos 1" I

gentleman is one of the lights of his part)-a leading I for a want of principles er for a want of honestyand mediately preceding the admission of Florida I from his high place! in tbe democratic afec. of the institution of the above the declaration suit by at- Flttthet,Dr Lionel r rgisttr William' i--\.i

\big.; Great deference is paid to his opinions and 3 I itrie to nlY their T.rinclllPI. because thc into the Union, were revered by us as Demo tions at once and wi sink so low a (tachment.the and appear ithin and the plead'time prescribed to by law. Freeman Job Renew Timothy "
these of the old I that filed in case V :
were admit D Robin James "
acts as one of the high priests of tIt nri-Ie. Rut,, : heretofore, there was {ledtnli5h ground for the charge ;. crats while in Territorial dependence and I beyond all hope political reurrtction.- H. N. GRAY. Franklin Flynn. Miss H Simpson on., Mrs Mary Ann .1'HI

a great .he is, as much entitled to confidi-.ce a" ;jui there. is none now Whether goaded 'lodtupe- now that thy arc renewed and reasserted b) I The great democratic party will shake him Attorney Ur Plaintiff.July File Miss Maryarbror.St'ffon 1s

t he may be, he doe not bick out from stultifying' ratio n by their antagonists,or stimulated by the supposed the recent Democratic National Convention,, off as the dew-drop from the lon'. man.Ve I, 1549. 50 3m Fobbs, Rev WeslefForbs Serame.Col A G .

t Mmtdf At once he lets go principle, and take) invincibility of the"tnihitarychieftain" whom in which we, a inhabitants of a sovereign \ have no regrets for his apostacy to those following which we extract from the Cara- Enoch' Starkwftllrl.lC11ftphuS' "U..

holdf the man it condemned. This is his owr t they have made their itandaid-bearer, t they have at State, bad a voice and for the maintenance of! who have served hi 1 long; hut wa mournto THE Journal is from the Rev. E. L. Frazer of Fnltorrl. Witch Smith! ,John ;
" length proclaimed their principles Here they are,,, Gafe, MrGordin Smith, Lvrf.on 2
the ardent C.Farmington
bowing What principle could be in the way ol bearing the Boston stamp and countersigned hy the I which we are now permitted to participate,, see how coldly has returned Kershaw District S. Kershaw District S. C., \ Joseph B*' Taylor,H R .

TATLOR' nomination which do not al>o oppose Florida Sentinel Of course their authenticity cannot we do unhesitatingly assume, and pledge ourselves support of his countrymen. This act alone May 19,1316. $ Gniber,Eloira Taylor, Andrew or Thou

his election Was he purified when carried throujl h be questioned : lo assist in their advancement. should close up the ranks of the regular demo I have used in my family Dr. Hull's Fever and Graham David ttGrant. Thomas C M 'e

tbe crucible of a whig Contention ? Was a nomination The President oflhe United States should Rovfd. That while the Wilmot Proviso cratic masses in New York in solid and compact Ague Fills, and also Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills Edward P Thomas, Richard ? $j -

agitates country, and finds favor in and will, we believe, cover our for the last two years and have no hesitation in pronouncing Harley, John DHavis TbempsonSmith&CoZ
He should tell lsI
so sure a pledge nf his soundness, a thai vear no party badge. never geog. array excellent medicinesand Mrs Mary Turbiville. Wilson DVinyanf.
them to be most family
tbose who were before against him upon principle, the representatives of the people, assseintilrdin raphical portions thertof we are rejoiced te banner with victory even there.- Pcnnsyl as an art of justice to the worthy proprietors Harvey, Mrs Mary ViiIiaesIlastingsThoeiss

could then sustain him with perfect propriety Congress to carry out the wishes of the find the in National Con. tanian. of these invaluable Pills, I will state for the information J" Wood,Hugh A

venlion declaring I that Congress has the satisfaction .of aU concerned, that ny Hntchinson.MrsEhzaJMlb Wilson.Charlotte
Were what he but leave and
r the grounds ol f Mr. AsHuun'n scruples rem. people measures approves. no CASS AND BUTU-R IN THE NORTHWEST. Williams William TJ
less I ler. John S
under the Constitution mlho wife to marriage had been more or
died No-nothing of the sort. This instance itMly them free to do their own work, in their way. pct t interfere Throughout the west, in its length and the subject prior of Chill, trItIll"ner. tor about eighteen cobi, John C Williams, Mrs Margaret'ohn
the domestic
control institutions the
one of thousands to show how utterly the whig! He should remember that the veto power wa of several breadth the nom'untion of Cass and Butler months, having tried various remedies without success / onA Wiggins, Jesse J '

i*regaid principles. is not only that they an intended lo tIe used only upon the greatest Slates, and that such States, are the sole with feeling which will and was very much reduced in flesh. A few Johnson Livs Julia M 2 Younge.Chandler C 2
I is received a
and judges of thing I\vee she commenced with 8pmcrr' Johnson, Bertbey
with the proper appertaining days after our marriage
lacking in emergence's-arid care.- every
far their candidate
*o givci greatest
principles. I to their own tiffairs not prohibited by, the Constitution whiggery frO its borders And why Pills,and iu a day or I wo afterwards with IfuJi'sPills *.* Persons calling for any of the above letter ij
indications He should be that is the executive '* '
aware ,
of but if one should cherish ht in the advertised.
any particuItrly that all it not he so ? Her early pioneers are ; she used about half a box of each ; the result will please say they are
J ) bis; deep convictions, he must mortily hirosellfcf not the legislative branch of the government ; efforts th 0 field tbe men who have perilled life and was,a R.A.DICALCt1R.J She regained her health M. NASH, P. M.
'4 irectl the instrument, not the tctil. And what others made to induce Congress to interfereirith and has had no return of Jnlyl, IS-ES. 5d 3t
foting ) in the teeth of them. He must limb in defence oftbe frontiers from tbo tomahawk and strength very rapidly,

crush his.principles"with his ballot. The leaders says Zachary Taylor to this doctrine ? Why questions of slavery, OR TO TAKE INCIPIENT and scalpin ( of the savage myr. CAUl, and Fevef 8 1tte. I beieve) these medicinesto Fletcher Institute.rpHETnistees .
EXECUTIVETO STEPS IN RELATION THERETO, are Caltlllated be harmless and safe; and when used as'l'ttifita.l1ydiredtd
this, anJ they expect their followers do the that, 'TUB POWER GIVE TO TUE The that led
to Britain.
of Great men
c3 to lead to the mod alarming and dangerous midons are attended with satisfactory of Fletcher Institute Florida C nJL ,

sirae. far from us guides lo frame IXTKBrOSE HIS VETO. l.t HIGH CONSERVATIVE volunteers to and fought L. FRAZER.The .
S jiving our and all such her laJlnt. hattf ference. will offer(orsaleonTuesdaytbei6xBAugust
H:ment by. they exact our sen ic* in contradiction POWIHo which, in his opinion consequences ; thi efforts Ant'l. by lidf. are now i in selected next, a number of beautiful building lots9

to Bur judgment. Mr ASIIMUM makes a "SHOULD BE EXERCISED EXCEPT INCASES a tendency to diminish hipplncss of the people their standard-bearers following testimony from an influential Plan sitna'e at Fletcher Institute, near Tboma ville. Ga..
very candid VIOLATION OF TUE CONSTI. and endanger the stability and permanen.cy by the democracy a ter in j Washington County we Jake from tbe Macon a high, healthyvelltfatercd place on the follavr- f4
confession but trust his OF CLEAR known
we : will not be "contest They are '
example in the coming ; ;
of the Union, and ought not to be countenanced Telegraph : inn terms: One-third cash.one-third; payable first
'nutated by those who unlike; him, are no politicians Tcno, o manifesto haste and want of consideratwnby institu- they have been tried ; and in peril's hour they Washington Cotmty, ( ., January 5, 1547. January,1349,one.thi.rd January 1SV Putcham .3

but tbintinl peopie. Men who respect them- Q"grl'l;" and that THE PERSONAL "by any friend o our political have never known fear The selection of Dr. Calvin ET:: Itoll-Dear Sit-It has been a>>ou can procure from one to four acres together, as may

their OPINIONS of ( individual who may tions. to the and the three years since I comm.nced Oeing your fever and suit them. Persons wishing to look at said lots wil}
not so lightly change purposes.- such men is a compliment west I
'i Resolved we have faith iii the \\Jliut andlnti.I'ner Pills, on my plantation. CAll Mr. HoOson. at Thomasville, who will exhibit
happen (ofie executiif chair OUGHT OTTO every upon
they wi.I stick tolheirprinciplesand never truckle. Tat western pioneers ; and their children will reopoml have had large number of casesof Chills and Fever the .
and believe a to them a plan of ground.P.
CoNTROL THE ACTION OF CONGRESS UPON sincerity of Dtmocrti party, to it by giving the vote of every State and some few of Billious Fever, and in no instance P. SMITH, Agent.

Oh, ShameI-rwhcre Is thy blush QUESTIONS OF DOMEsTicpoucy..I Jf ConJrt5 they will religiously adhee t the principles in- the northwest to the candidates of the democracy. of either ftWJIt of Fever ve failed to effecta June 10,1943. 47Notice ,

The electioneering trash in the last Sentinel i. think that lighthouses are necessary Ihp Ifa. thus laid down by them in convention.Rnd In that Ohio will endorse cure when directions were followed and they were -_ .

and large majrMity -
by a with
her old defender had success in using yodr Pills, than
M they have nothing better to offer to the thinking -that harbors should be made on 11t Lakes of(he South will ever by Democrats beheld oVer pioaaer ay.man thai jean secure the nom- any other greater medicine I have ever usedin my family ; "pHE undersigned,widow of Mtlf om M.Mclntojh s

Portion of the communitythan such miserable cant, that our own labor should be protectedthat sacred. the whig convention. Indian will tbre is no dmibl that when uaed'sccoriling to directions J. late of Madison County, deceased, hereby givr ''
he sooner the canvas is i over, the Letter will it be the "inde'petdent treasury" i is a nuisancelet Rfsnlrtd", That in the the promise of Lew.is jD'io by Iowa will show that will effect a speedy1 and rtdicrt cure. notice,that, on Ihe first Monday n Aosust next.shf.
rolluph r the of Pr bate InC
thousands to
will make Judge
for Yours, with respect, application
the peace of the country. I the people are to be"agoonedand them freely say so, without fear of a veto Cass to adhere to the resolutions of the whiggery has no abiding place within her EMANUEL BROWN. said County to have her dower in the lands and personal -

driven into tie support o( sen. ul- from him. If Congress thiuk that .some ol Democratic National Convention in his avow limits ; while gallant Illinois-tbe unconquerd Qt:>- The above valuable Clf'diclnf'S'fl't'Sh! and genuine efa4fe of her deceased husband allotted and ee*'

tel, rrgirdlcss o their(qualifications the ballot is a our own long stifleriii fVllmv citizens should, als made in writing before his nomination in an4t.eooconquershle..willsn'ell b.r already are for sale by LEWIS St AMES, off to her,according to law.

ere farce, and voter the tool of demagogues and be paid their honest claims of fifty years stan his recent and uniform actions and votes,and majority many thousands. \Visconsin. luly.1848. 50 Tallahassee, Fl a. MARY F. McINTOSH.4t

Pjtae.1 quiche, They offer a man for the second Jinf be is not .the man to tel them it cannot in his wisdom, integrity and veneration for theConstitution though large in population, has a giant soul ; MadisonJ\tne2l,1.845. 43

c the whose because he all the .of tbe ,and in bit animos.ity .mal Molasses gerrelsv
Rer.ubic Iruiof uurse has money country and scarce be able to DrC..- C, Van Wyck,
1 t'te boil to our dearest interest., and that can b raised, for the purpose of conquering t*<>.tiftnal agitations, we think we have decent 'wbigl.m; Michigan, with her 20 VERY sale at CHOICE the Store MOLASSES of S. S.BARRELS KNIGHT.for T ATE "Professor Sarfery"1 lathe "Frankli's

wbef II Ib1wn by ineoDetible eiden thee {rpe territory, to make slave States of. an .tun: that he I will n,ancti any Ca ru the field, will sweep whigery from er. June 17, 154 48 JLt Medical CofleirVcf Philadelphia, ha taken m.

reply bJ&atinglaogand low ftg r t1' I this Briefly, if GEK. TAYLOR fills tbe executive atiemft to interfere with o tr ti equal in Slate.-Ohio Statesman. his residence in Talhhawee, and w prepared to ea'

J they show tbe WeDe of their esose. They ex chair, we are wel that for four righ" the citizens of each a every State Il county th FORSALE. Appl'y to gage in all the dories of hU jrofcssion. Office,Soot I-

tOCanytb.eIectioo auur. kt Baltimore ,Svn June 23. SULKY J. R. FORTUNE. of Barlletf BuiJdingVr
pt Windy at leant end of executive slaves or other properly remove ,Frpn
b ,and years rh ,47
delamaton ni84r.cff At the Tin Js' lf'1P19.
a to th rl"j shall cad vhis\nom4e4ngs i Cu-8si w& Jim I< ; Manufactory I
a. h:8 1 of t) xn.I lfD off usurpations ; that we once more To occupy territory Troubles iJ or..1e.Wasb.

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: 4&= : Shoe M.\rf g. sTnMf .- ;MI F
Boot I
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.: Leather Top Buggy for Sale.A S Spices, 'ncJej etc. 4fcJBC '1 VJ 4 ee *' -Florida. af enipe bliDC rbu -- ,
IP ;; Newport Sp na i Florida. On- nilitntlca of tie state of THE
Barnuch. pickled Certin..Islanznes. an mae lt. Lv.
I LSO one second band large t-o Horse U DFWOD' %VsI. who u tbe
Pickles REHrcLi,
: pickled Lobster | aOnt leaving Sate.
: A J. FORTUNE misd .
t .".. Apply to nut and Tomato K tcbup Capers, Olive Oil,Mmtard. Proposed and agreed to by the third Gea respectfully h. friend
the Tin Manufactory.Notice.
\ a; June 3, 1S4S.! 46 At where JAMES TUCKER
.Pepper and P Soce.Cider ViMr. freh.. the action n"z public that he it at present at MuL
;; .1 Assembly subject
prr ;
1 '. ''"f1 Gooseberries and *, rreh Slmon. t o he i* prepared to execute all work in his line with undersigned avails _
General THC o/ Ik-
: '. .. Shad and Halibut in canister*, Curry p01d.r AttemUy. promptness and despatch. He has on ban the let the public that ***
!' ': rr'UEW..KULL.\ HOTEL, having undergone ex- weeks after date we shall apply to the Hon. Gayenre, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger. Cur- of calf skins, and all soils of mateial and GLASGOW now performing th ntW *?*** It
,1 1 itIf:. i i. now open for the re,1 SIX ol the Probate Court in and for Benton! rant Jelly, Mac rroni,VermicilliRUMia and American AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the Sib Article make at short notice, and in the b.t manner GENTLEMEN'S the e. River between he J?

t\\". ,. rcption of guest,,under the superintencence of Mrs. County Suth Florida for letters o' administration Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Cumuli, Prunes of the Constitution of this 5t.t.to that IhJud.e BOOTS AND SHOE every descrip. Key Swan. boat i* strongly built a.n.
I.' .!, MADDEIC, hose experience and well known qtnt* on the estate of Charles Lang, late of said County and Citron of the Circuit Courts shall hold their oftces tion. Boot fooled, otherile repaired I terials and propelled by two tf t.

. ; :" '. lies.a hostess warrants the promi.ethat no expanse deceased. Nutmegs, Mace, Ginger, All.pirr. Cinnamon for a term of eight year instead of duringgood good style and at reasonable charges. He will warrant one h tons burthen n.iD and ,

.j I. f;:! t. .,r attention will b withheld that would add to the C. T. JENKINS. A umr., Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and behavior. his work to b equal to any done in the place,. crying cotton, with ndre accommodations, or400k I
;i .: comfort and pleasure of visitor JOHN B. ALLEN. Orange Flower-Rose Peach waters SECTION I. Be it enacledby the Seannd Ifnue and to fitting forfc a
the St. Marks River sweet Marjoram I to give as goutisfaction a .any engers,of light draft, !!"p.
i:I' 1 ',' ; These Sprmg are situated on Benton County, S. F., May 6. 1S48.- 42 6t extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach Vanilla. Representative of the State of Florida in General other es water thereby reuirin bttveD l.1?*"
miles 'iuction with the Wukulla. and eablo :
j of
: five the 12th Clause
$ ; For sale by LEWIS A AMES. .1ssembly convened. That JOHN LERCH. at the '
: 1. b..nt eighteen miles South of Tallahassee, in the Merchants.rpHF. of this State be al aln. year betwuapJl?
., ; To Country December 1547. 2 the 5th Article of the May S.I?.7. 42 tf bus and Key,leaving; Colombo liS5*
,nitof! healthy pine region, open to the constant follows, viz at the *?
amended read : That
as to
'ttl has now, and is constan'lyadding I DAY morning at S V3"
Tin Manufactory 1 .o'clock. A. M.
it and
'' from the Gull a Fine Perfumes
breeze re'ldenc.
of the
of office
sea rendering expiration of the term Judges
.la delightful. 1 to its .'ok. a complete assortment of present NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY morning. Should mteSKj1**
J I'( during the sultrv summer months, truly has added new machinery From the Mannfactorj of Lubin, of the Circuit Courts with the exception hereinafter I l be extended, the '
l all description or p?
I A substantial hHde! has been thrown over East. River, Tin of I Pars mentioned the Justices of the Supreme Court age interht of .hipnm
r : and shore within an by which the work dOle better than ever TTEDYOSMIA. Jockey Club, ROe 1IE subscribers would call tbe attention of the her lo perform two trip week, the n&a*
f : : bringing the Iea. } the of the Circuit Cmuts.shal'! be elected i>
.. t !:4'l hour, tide nn Ilgh.hOle dc or In canag.hl'} convenience before'in this vlace _n. ranium, Mileleur Patchouly\ Mignionelle, ant Ju'ge of and shall hold their 1. public to the choice and extensive assortment will cheerfully acquiesce pr and make th. n".
Ma- term eight
( from a years
for sea bathing will be found at tlnl. There is a Pedler travelling all the year Ambrosia, Seringa, Arabia,Ber. de la Heine, that unless removed under ofce of GOODS, now receiving per Brigs WakuMa and change. ,or add another new boa! to tb. luttSTP
4 with the Hotel rianna to the Suwannee River to supply the Merchants for term sooner pro- Their stock has been aelectedwith ,, to the one now employed.
establi9hlfleflt connected Eglantine, Violets, Bcrganutte, Vervain, of Emeline. care capacity
The bathing Vanla. in ths; Constitution fur the removal A'ln'l
;. ; -.*. '.. has been thoroughly repairedand improvements who can always) rely on our wagon going Marrocain ess. Bouquet. viiln'lnade and for wilful from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this boat wi eten her
..: .;i.--. tnd so that flung and shower! baths can be furnished through Ihe section above name and delivering the attended Also Glenn's Ashland Perfume aid Preston &Judges neglect by of duly, or or other impeachment reasonable; cause, which York; and,having been purchased at reduce prices, wnnee river to Uppe Springs,tr.tfCpS,

I ". ",:; : at all flows of I the day free of charge.together t Tin. Any orders sent by be promptly Mtri's Extract of Fragrant Foft. shall not be sufficient ground for> impeachment. the they are enabled to furnish their prices Wlthacoble rnr.

; / 1. with the scknowledj-d intrinsic nine and miracu- to, and delvere at once to the Merchants with Farina Cologne French and Governor shall remove of them on the addressof proportionately low. Their nnt i nt would further state! that k.otheis. ..

1 *. ,'. -, Icu effect of Ihe water in particular cass, presentattraction We state that are always Ihe same, American. Lavender and Florida%iters, Bay Rum two-thirds of the General any Assembly Prodded, [rllEAW MAM OIOTOJNQ proprietors of this bt, have aviilrf a
l' ,' : to the invalid and citizen of leisure not out the least variation. and Ana de la Rcine,fine Cosmetics, rich Pomade, ; selves of the provisions of act entitled, i.
: shall be stated
That the at
:i : '::'. surpaossed. in the Southern States. Those in pursuit We have on hand t he following ai tides,.well a Hair-oils and Hair-dyes, Shaving a 11 Toile Soap, however in such address cause and or entered causes on thejournals ol is of the best of malerial and being manufactured improve the navigation and to nnirat. A
; .' : of pleasure can always find boats for fishing every thing kept in our line : fine and cnareCombs, Brushes for the head Teeth, And directly undlr eye of Mr. Stillman, al nee river, and for other purpose tle MkI2"
House. .
: 4 parties, or excursions aon. to the Vaulta Spring and the I Furnaces, such a every family needs:; Cooking Nail and Fle h. superior art icle.f Cold Cream, .each shall be pc"ilrclfuthtr Thathe caive fear of hop-work is thereby precluded, and person; enacted at the last session of the Legislator sj '

., ":'I t J. : Bay, or can enjoy the more exciting pleasutes of I hechase I Stoves of the most approved Parlors kind in use Offices; Air Coffee Tight in pots.! For sale fey LEWIS &AIE. or to be causes removed.and he shall be admitted c so to a hearing purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State! of Florida ; that they have recently. !!
the Stoves fur Chamber. ; 20 made. Among the articles comprising their to the sS f
: ; : seek exercise in the Ten Pin Alley, game December 4, 1347. in his defence,before vote for such removal company pursuant provision of
Rod Iron Ice Cream Freezers any ,
.. f Billiards, or the healthful dance. In a word, Roasters, Double Pumps; JVLYTER STOCK under the name and style" ( the Florida Sl
AND fiir.t
: ----- shall pas : and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALL .
;, I :_ rverything possillewiilbedonetotflakethesprtflgs &,& BULL PRATORIUS and and entered the Journals of each ., Improvement and Steam Navigation C
1 .9. 45Havana & by yeas nays on maybe found the following: The Company will soon eomplefetheiriof lpq.,
; i '. an agreeable 'lort. House respectively. Blk French Cloth Frock and Dress Coats Black,
under the Sentinel Office and which due notice
the Ktore will be '
corner given
: : 10.184S. 4 Syrups \ Slc.2. Be further enacted,That\ \the Judges first Brown and Invis.Green Castor Beaver Sacks,Sax Cotton and other products of
close the Sales. opposite the Phtrnii Brildings, under this amended Constitutionshall be Gotha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer doPellots th country'o I
0. ; : &c. And Preserves at cost to Ippointt liberal cash advances, :
: DrugsMedlcifleS, lot into four classes. The first class shaH! upon property sbipp
: DOZEN Orange Ra.ipberrysnd Orange Flower NOW OPENING a choice and well selected by and Blanket Overcoats, A.C., Heavy Pilot when As soon
5 ARE of CLOTHS CASSIMERS VEST hold his or their office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Clob of fine Blk uitabl reele will .practicable a He* .

": :.: EDWARD BARNARD JR., 4 Svrups(liZ. Havana rrtfes. in Jars, INGS and ortmtnl READY-MADE CLOTHNG. The great years, the second for the term of four >eats.the third and Blue Cloth, Pantaloons of Black French Cas !between pacet.Keys be ftablibt b the CoBrt*?!

a ,: .1.' [ received, by the late: arrivals, a 4 ndome Grass Hammocks. Apply lo care arid taste bestowed in tbf.tItlion I het coeds (..r the term of six years, the fourth for the term ol simer, Blk Ribbe do., fancy Plaid, Check &o Strip leans for Ceu conveyance of freight and andNewO
i .. addition to his stock of GEN all who wish eight yearsPassed do. also Sat inett and Jeans do.&e.:
: to ;
.a .HAS J. R. FORTUNE, Agent wan ant them in saying; to purcha thereby securing to all its aniUiivl
patrons safe !
... DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all ot June, l ict.l 45 At the Tin Manuf ctury. good bargain, you will do well to call and examine [ the Senate by the Constitutional majority, of Black and Farcy Satins, Stripe and Plaid Silk ditious mode of transportation or their a
!. are of good quality lore for Cash. our stock. It would be a great tax on time and patience December 22, 1S47.- Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres Yalencu, Slk eithei market well return up I

< ,. .taUUfI hand a general assortment ot the following Patent Shower Baths. to enumerate the different stales and patterncomposing by the Constitutional majority,January 6,, Mazurkas, &c. &c. destination. The a rates I of cargo to ill plac

.0, which are warranted genuine, viz : andconeflieit this assortment : suffice it to s.iy that a 15 t8.] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths instance exceed those heretofore transportation "JlU ii '
r. ", Huuck'tt Rowan.l's Improved Tonic Mixtti.c the Tin Manufactory( may he had a neat and April 15, 1919. 39 Cm Caiiimers and Vestings consistingin charged o
Pnpce AT SHOWER BATH, intended for a I! portion ( 1 these cloths cas!imcrsare of 'nrl- unmanufarture for like services, but a reduction alo.
.: : Wutar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, rndreth'sf cnclo nlll't Itonsn-d LllMre,' and the lnd pa't of: Superior Wool Dye rites 'n contemplated at materIa
f t. 111., Sherman's CEl.hratr Cathartic Camphor chamber I occupies but little room, and is every atlicle of their stock is of a style and quality Notice. Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blur and t the increase of business! shall early petio I II

I a ,' '.om, Cough ( Lozenges, Bonpland's sod .
.., Celebrated Fever and Ague Rmedy, Lucenia i Cordial -June--3, -I.---IS. --.4';__ They would mention that these CLOTHS are of ALL : H. Crowell, late of Wakulla County, Castor do., French Black Casimen. do. Ribbed do. to visit the Keys,at all parties pleasure of the lhen

,, Thompson's E"o Water, McMunns Elixir of Opium, 5._ ALACHUA HOUSE. the finest texture, the be.t t English wool dye, French dec'd., are requested to present them, duly authen- do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and the most healthy) and desirable seasn.retreats for yew,O.f

.. .. Sands. tUilui.: Turner's Fever and Ague Pill*. I. "I wool dye blak,do.Cassimer,London wool dye black, ticated within the time prescribed by law, or they most fashionable styles; VESTINGS of Back and and others in the State,and the beautiful and in.rJ
.' Ier'. Billions and Anti-Dyseptic !1' .JCtienansrille, Florida.itil and German black cloths Fancy Plaid Satins,do. do. Silk, Silk fIU-
j I do. C.I'i., French ,do. Cass. will be bane I ; those indebted to the estate, are tic scenery of the will it
t ..;. :. Tills, |fa rkwih! '_ .Anti-Dyspeptic PilU, Peters' and subscriber having purchased the house and French fancy Cassiraers.VESTINGS eainestly requested to! make immediate payment. Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia", Vestings of Rich to Suwannee to avail i supp.f
5 >enc r's Pills, and i* Agent tor S. P. Townsend's black Velvet Plush &c. &c. inducement many
'I Sj
,I.. : tvlchratrd Sarsaparilla in quart) bottles, at 1 per Pearson, Esq, at Nevvnansville, ., now Silk, Woollen Velvet, CashmerrU and Polkanet, NewportApril I 1,1S4S. 372m ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF This i having they believe,made
e h..CIl. Also, superior Lemon. Sjrun; prepared from accommodate Boarders and Travellers, and Cerro Gor lo and Cherubu, Compa" a all
Citric Lemon Acid, far preferable for the ready to Monterey ch..ked. Hats and Caps(Monterey)5 Bro. and Bleach'd. Cotton reuillt.arrangements for the convenience and K-
p'ne or hopes by his exertions to make his guests comfort READY MADE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk
S a Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, | Undershirts, of the public, they solicit its
S ick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London able possible. He has good stabling, and art French dress fend frock coats, do. English wool de Blk Silk Cravats, (Silks and Merino do. patron-
Porter, kc., &r. in attendance.GEORGE Ca* Sack Coats Doe-skin do. persons, creditors, and legatees entitled to Ial age.For
S S rate ostler always do. do., French imer ALL do Lambs Wool and further ,
June 10,16(3. 47 or otherwise interested in the estate ( AngolaUndershirts particulars apply to 11Ptl. D. P.
'. M. GALPIN. cloth Sack mixed
black and fancy opera and SMITH Co.
do'lkin Satin
Rich Mes
.5 S ot Anderson Snoed, late of Jefferson County, Fancy ; a Columbus. rt. SMITH HAR
May 13. 1S4S. 43 coats, black heavercloth sack and over-oals. black do Scarfs Brown IllS, Madison Messrs. &
Plain 1 Cotton and Cotton PUTNAM
nsyi! : their A RICHARDS
deceased exhibit
: to hereby to
: FOR S.ALII. Apply -- Paitoloonaoffine black Cassimer medium are notife caim.
: Lind Drawers the
S SULKY Cloak. Jenny Slde Keys,or to
&c. this date lhk.
FORTUNE, and demands within from
JR Groceres ., a great variety of fancy Cafimer pants of the : t\o Blk. White Kid Gum Elastic
: June 10, I I"4S. 47 Manufactory. undersigned, or the same will be barred ; and Suspender.Gove. TUCKER,
: .t I/! CCCLBS.. HAMS, SIDES, and latest style. J"t1 of every description. Military al ., [Merino and Cotton Half- .
'\ -- .1 ,'i'J SHOULDERS, Trimmings, Ho-iery. Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, sd li. persons indebted to said estate are requested to Hose, Columbus Florida, January 22, Porietors ly
Western Produce and Groceries. ILCW Ib*. bet Leaf Lard, adjusting Stocks, Suspenaer, and almost everything immediate payment toWILLIAM l8S.
SNEED, Adm'r. Patent Lather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belts,.
S a large supply of PROVISIONS 300 Ibs. Carolina Rice. connected with a gentleman's outfit.B.

.JUrlfied.O at the store of 20 bbls. St. l.ui0 Flour, it P. are prepared to execute all orders accorc Jefrol County, March 18, 1843.- 353m Shoulder Brc Sec. .tc.CLARK &. STILLMAN. Jefferson Circuit Court.

S. S. KNIGHT. 10 sacks Rio CofP ing to the latest and most stjles.. IN CHANCERY.
!S '. J'inelOlSI. 47 500 gallons Liquors and Wines, N. B. By the next arivl we expect to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October23,1547. 14 William Bailey, Adm'r. de bent non of lola Bj.Ikiny 1.

50 bbls. double rectified Whiskey, THE REMAINDER.Oeubtr .
,deceased Complainant
10 dozen best Port Wine, 16, 1541 13 '". @. DDLWORTH D t*. ,

S Notce. 10 Madeira Wine, Attorney at Law, Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendant

S SIX months after unterigne Adminis 4 Sherry Sale postponed till 1st Monday i July. Monticello Jefferson Florida appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,by
tor of the estate of of Comity, IT
Chale. Bt-kstein.IJte S I Claret Hamilton Tax Sales. affidavit made in this cause, that Tilmaa D.h.
1 Leon County,will present his accounts an I vouchers Soap Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles, Olives, WILL attend the Circuit Courts the Middle rifoy, the said defendant, resides out of the Sate of

helore the Hon. Judge of Probate for said County, Olive Oil, Catsup Mustard, Pepper,Ground Pepper, BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I From Tallahassee to Macon. ,and of the County of Columbia of the Florida, and in the State of Georgia,on motion of

S 5 and pray for a final settlement and discharge from Green and Black Teasi.c., &, at the new grocer shall expose for sale before the Court House Eater CircuitFlorida. the solicitor for complainant: Ordered That
S said estate. store of S. S KNIGHT. door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida Through in forly-tico hours from Tallahassee to Monticello,August 22, 1846.- S the said Tilman D. Purifoy do ll and ,

THERESE BECKSTEIN, (By her agent,) April 29, 1S4S. 41 on the first Monday in June, IS IS,the following .Mar on, and to Charleston three day, the bill of complaint filed in this appear cause within answer fovmonths
in time to the Mail Boats
JOHN B DE CORCE. thereof will tale Notice.
S df clibedlropfrtyorsoDuch a pay o from the date of the publication of this .
May 20, ISIS 44 Cnr Pure Sulphate of Quinine. the thereon,for the .' fourth day.
15tn.wit year /1 MIE Stage will I leave Tallahassee on Mondays, SIX months after date,I sbal present my final ac- or the said bill of complaint will be taken (lot
subscriber. have on hand two hundred and : and vouchers to H n. Judge of confessed: Provided, That a of this order b.
Teacher Wanted. TiE Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 A. M., Pro copy
: 1'heS W I-1 of the S E 1-4 of section 33 the
en o'cok.
'. ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they ; and arrive in Macon,(cia Quincy, Newton bate in and for Leon County, and apply for leter of published in some newspaper printed in (be Middle
tire section 31 the W 1-2 of sction 3 the E 1.2 of
-at the Miccosookie Academy have obtained direct from the manufacturers( andIhey ; :; dismission administrator of tbe estate Circuit of Florida,once a week for the of(eat
WANTED Americus and Joseph space
t Albany, Perry,) on Tuesdays, a
S the S W 1-4 of section 20; all in township 2,
who is well to teach be article. rang
will warrant it to a superior Allen, deceased. months. (Signed)
0 and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M.in
the Latin, and Greek None stock of and Medicines 12, north and east; also the N W )1-4 of section 2, Thursdays
English lnglage. We have enlarged our Drugs COUNCIL B. J.di .
time for the cars for Macon ALLE' TOMAS DOtGLS
and the N 1of section 3. and the N E 1-4 of Savnnah. Leaving on
apply who cannot produre refer recent ariivals, and are prepared to execute sec December 18
satisfactory by Administrator with the ,
S uc Monday!, Wednesday, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. wi IS-1.
lion 4, of township 1 I. 12north andea t t. annne.Februay
rnces. To a teacher thus qualified, a good opening orders for articles in our line, at wholesale! or retail range purporting Tallahassee 26, 1513. 32
I is here presented. Applications b'leler(post-paid)) on the most t accommodating terms. to belonz to the ltatt of Hector W. Braden M., and arriving in : on Tuesdays Thursday Middle District of Florida
and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M This line ,
AI.The E I." S E of section
1-1 31,
S or (thtr\l.may be made to the undersigned at We have also a few accounts yet due to us for the Doctor John P. Duval
connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah Augusta CIRCUIT AND
Niccosookie.'S in amounts, township I, range 13, north and ea.t f, purporting t 10 WAKULLA- COUNT.Daniel
)year I IS47. They are generally Imal Millinlgeville and Western Rail Road to CoItmbus his services to the citizens
belong to the Estate! of Chairen. professional Plaintiff 1
GEOKGE i DENNIS, out would Benjamin OFFERS ,
&crctary.S the whole could be ,
r paid g o fn |(
short JOSIAH T. BAISDCN, Sheriff, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line and surrounding country Office Atachlt
-June3,1S4S. far towards liquidatingceitam LEWIS I.m. which \'I owe. : Tax Col. Hamilton Co. 1S47. from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa. in Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hay ward's BookStore Thomas Lkhrt.; Defendant ) 5

&AIE. Mach 11, J oft 31-3m- lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee. I given to the said Tkotnu
: Hamilton Circuit Court. April 2)! 18-* 41 tx- The above sale has been postponed until the Columbus in three days, and but one night will be February 26, 1545. 32 NOTICE and ali other persona interested in tU

u.: MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Cigars Cigars first Monday in July.Leon ,spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon.. above cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd,has instituted
? MAY TERM, IslS. The public may ret assured that every attention will DR. C. II. BUNTING, this suit by attachment issued from lh.office

S John Williams, )J Je > 15 I 000 SPANISH REG ALIAS just received Circuit Cou.IN be paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis SURGEON DENTIST, of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Coort
and forsale
5, .. > Bill for Divorce. by Line. against the lands and tenements, goods and chattels,
S Prusia Williams, his Wife. ) L. &II. GREENBERG &CO. Creditors' Bill fur of Estate. FARE: HAVING permanently located in Quincy,Florida, ot the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyond

: appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe Court thatPrusia May 20, 15 IS. 4 James I';. Broome and .ttemrt or themselves and From Tallahassee to Quincy,$2 50; to Bainbridge, tenders his services to the publicin the limits of this State, for a debt due to the said

IT Williams, the Defendant in tbe above sta- EDWARD M. WEST, other creditors of A. otle.. Gatin, Complainant, $5 ; to Albany,$11,and to Macon, $22. I IWRIGHT the various and branches of in his practice profession.he feels From assured his Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delnn

teJ case,doe not reside in the State of Florida andS VI.TurbuttR. & SAWYER Proprietors.By experience success and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer date
that the said defendant resides in the State of Georgia Notary Public, Betton,Sarah A. Betton,his Wife Exec JOHN M. YARN- Agent. of being able to please those who may patronise him. of November, 15.-, due one day after .,and

S so that the ordinary process of law cannot bt- utrix of A. M. Gatlin, and others, D frdanL. I Otf-: Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee-C. Dr. B. refers the public to 'which note was transferred from the said W.B.
S served her of M. D. L. Heelh 1IEREAS E. BAILEY Agent; at Maj. NATHANS,in Quincy. for valuable consideration to tk
< u:>on : upon motion By an order made by hi. Perry by delivery a
April 15, 39Sprg Dr. R. E.
W Gen. C. H. :
.- Solicitor: for Complainant, // u ordcredbythe Court, 18-S. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, on the l't December July 17, 18-7. 52 Office DUP the T M. E. Church.Lr'L Ladies waitedon sid Ladd, now amounting.principal and intere tegether.

That service be perfected upon; said defendant by and Summer Goods. IS17,in the above entitled cause,the under. their opposite residence usual. to the sum of three hundre twentls -

-S S publication, according to law in that case made ane signed was appointed, among other things, (to take DR. J. REESE'S at a 8 ven dollars and fUy.thre Now the said

a '. !,provided: And it i* hereby ordered by the BETTON & 1IIGGS an account of what is due to Complainants for their September 11,1847. defendant and all persons interested in the

.. Tnat the said Defendant appear on or before the first claims,and to nil other creditor* of said A. M. Gat LIVER DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. above suit are hereby required to enter his or their

day of the next term of said Cjurt to be held on ARE now receiving a large and general assort lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur. & M. D. PAPY, appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the

; S V'cdr.cday after the first Monday in October next, of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS' ther, That the aid Master do cause an advertise. PER feeble constitutions and those of se- EIr W said suit, on or before the first day of the next May

I aid answer the complaint of the Complainant in his to which they invite the attention of the public. ment to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper habit are often troubled with habitual r l Middle Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wa.
in all the the
1 chargedor I they will be taken I confessed, and March 25, ISiS. 36 published weekly in and in such costiveness, often exerts a very unfavorable WILL Practice kulla,or otherwisejudgment will be rendered against
i Talabaste. Office the first floor of the
on Capitol -
S influence their health,which is
particularly -
such decree shall seem pro. other puolic n a proper,for upon general him or them by default.
Courti grant New Goods Trade.Y7"OITLD w'papef h. manifested by not of ,South wing room formerly occupied by the
S 4 : pet : e made and provided. the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come irregulrity.i lotllo
from the minutes of the Couit before the appetite. In this system, ar- Secretary of the Territory. 19, 1849. 31
: A true copy : in before him,and prove their d.bt. on or t February
S JOHN S PURVIANCE, Clerk. S. F. BURNEY first day of May next ; and of llhe creditorswhoshall tide i is confidently recommendt the assurancethat November 15. 1845. 17

r-, iut.el'4.I -f 4m return thanks to the public and country not come i in and prove their debts by the time :' if the dose properly tt so* a not to JOHN ERSKINC, Watches, Clocks, and
bowels be
II the relied Jewel
.' V V for the liberal aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this de. move to actvtI ma .
J. In Hamilton Circuit Court. plnter jeneraty. past patronage upon without any or least unpleasant consequences ATTORNEY AT LAW REPAIRED.
he them, and cree; and that persons, not parties to the bill,
rec respectfully requests -
ha MYERS secured service
from the of nPOWLE the
use common having
who shall come in before the said Master to resulting purga. Qulucy, Florida. &
continuance of the I have
just re-
S .. lme. their debts do, before tire medicines usually resorted to. attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden JL of an experienced workman who will attend te
they are admitted directors,
Sr&iNG TERM. 1S13.Ttrr ceived. Warcallar from New York GENERALASSORTMENT
b ,a
per WILL
to Bilious Cholic the of Watches and Clocks exclusively
Persons subject rely on the
contribute the of may the Circuit Court of Middle Florida repairing
55 iT (iflhflA. to complainants their proportion ", ,
S c1Tt n. OF GOODS. which call and
eumine of this medicine it do all work in their line of business
the of this ; said preventive properties by using on Courts in the Counties of are to
suit and the
) ,. To all whom it may Concern.WHERES. for yourselves.. expenses to be settled by the intimation adjacent Georgia. prepae
Elizbeth Stapleton did, on the March 2 j. 1S4S. 36 Mater' And it was also ordered,that.an account t Ihe frt of an approaching: atack. There November 22,1S45. 13 tf t l prompty.
constitutions liable
to of 16
-- of all securities collaterals held the are soml regular atack Sentinel No\ember 6, 1S1.
S : of February last, file her petition Ikrn or by (tt- copy.
Fever almost fall such
i-afflOfl iilliou ; to use of "
is lor dower in (the real estate of Alexander Stapleton. Circuit Court. creditors respectively and a report be made of the every Notice.
5 .' .deceased, in the Circuit Court for Hamilton SPRING TERM same, and of the value of each." And it was also this medicine is recommended, beginning to use i LEWIS &AMES,
15-S. ordered that .all by the middle of May or first of June. to the estate of Louis Joiner
be examined interrogatories
County, Middle Circuit of Florida : These are. Charles L. Powell ) parties may upon ALL indebte
Petition| ,to Foreclose Mort. Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex- DEALERS
S and of -
produce all books and in County, are requested
therefore,to command all persons interested in said "' papers deeae.
of Personal their perience a sense of fullness, weight and oppression DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, immediate
.5 estate. personally to and appear before the Judge Arthurflurney.gage Property. custody or power, relating theretoupon oath to mak ; tboe having
the stomach find this
of said Court for sid County and District, at the THE defendant, and al persons interested! are before" the said Master, as the said Master shall die cine about afford almost immediate after eating wi. media Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Glass, are requested to present them in terms o

S Court House in said County,on Wednesday after the notified of filing of the Petition for rect. the law,duly authenticted.
their often
Ladies confinement suffer
Monday in October next, being the first day of Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are Now, therefore all ref"nHlimin to be creditors PAINER. ELIZABETH JOINER Adm'x.
frt next Term,to show if the of said A. M. are hereb1' of heartburn and cOtivenc. : to such this article is Apothecaries Glass YTarc. dec. February, 31 2m
cause, any they have why required to appear and plead to same,if any plea pursuance highly recommended, it can be used without the 18-9
S the said petition should not be ranted, according to they The mortgage is on per sid order, notified to produce their claims, and the a npHE above constantly on hand,and for sale at the
baveaccordinltolw. vouchers in thereof and all and east danger,and with great benett. In sick or nerv- L Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale.
4". law in that cue made and provided. sonal property, to secure the payment support headache it i is lowest market prices. ,
Witness John S. Purviance, Clerk of said Court, ol fifteen hundred dollar and interest.THOS. securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee us LEWS&AME. PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches,
S I this 27th day of May, A. D. 1S19, and 72d JEFF. HEIR, within the time limited in said order and This article will be found to act as a plesant cordial Tallahassee November 20, 1 I handsome Mahogany Book Case, with dU"tr

[IEA.] year of American Independence. licitor for Petitioner. otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Pa-

*5 JOHN S. I.UnVIrCE. Clerk. Mach II. S4S. 34 2m that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. same time fulfilling every intention that the common. Notice tent the most approved article in HM.
June 3. ISIS.1 43 Dated this third day of December D. 1847. purlatvel are intended to effect. / purely ,& hereby given to all persons interested, that six Cor.Sheler. J. R.
S. Just Received, SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. when used according to the directions, months after date,I shall present my final account Feb. 5, 1843. 29 At the Tin FORUNE.
December 4. !< 17. villbe found an invaluable article,especially to those Hon. of Probate in and lnarc
Hamilton Tax Sale. LCWIS &. AMES' Drug Store fresh > 20 tf and vouchers to the Judge -
a supply
i AT afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver, for the of Jefferson and for a
e: ?-, : BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I New and Valuable Medicinea-among which John P. Duval, or General Debility. the Administrator County of the estate of Anna discharge Tax Collector's Sale.

S 5 expose fur sale, before the Court House are the following: ATTORNEY AT LAW Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county is late of said County Brook D Y virtue o the authority vested in me by law,I
.1 dour, in the town of Japr. Hamilton County,Fin.S DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE. PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE deceased.JAMES R. D shall expose for tale, before the Cour House
aid*, on the first November, ISiS, the BITTERS, 117ILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida, BARNARD. Jr's., Oct. BROKS door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the frt Monday
Jefferson 30 1b47.
County, ,
following dfsrrilied property, or 1 much thereof I Designed for, and will cure Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint W the Court of Appeals, and the United States Drug Store, Tallahassee, in August next, the following desrib property,.

.: will pay Ihe Stale and County Taxes due thereon for Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred District Court at Tallahassee. DANIEL LADD Newort, Deaf and Dumb Asylum .o much thereof a will be pay the Sate
S Ihe tear 1647- to wit : diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure Office, in Wm. .Wilson's, Building,over Hayvrard'sftltr fo.nlcelo. and County taxes due thereon for the year 1847:

.. The South West quarter of Section 31. Township tale of blood. tiir' '*'2'3'2 T-kll: KlaifMftFebruary Quincy, OF KENTUCKY. Section Township 1, Range J/N ui d Epnr-

t I. Range 13,South and East, purporting to belong to DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES HARDY BRYAN. HE subscriber,as the resident agent of the said porting to belong to W.G. Gould.A. .

.. William Mills. The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation Notice. Agent for Thomas county Georgia. 'U.- Institution,offers for sale,in tract, and upon A. FISHER, Sheriff
JUSJ\t T. BAISDEN- Sheriff before the public, for the eradication of WORM, in I May 22, 1S47. 44 term to suit purchaser,about Four Thousand Acre and ex officio Tax Collector Leon C .
t : and ft nj CoJ. Hamilton Co. for '.47. Children or Adults. SIX months after date, the underi red will pre of LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the January 29, 1843. 28

; .5 _Aprils._I _33 _U HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, Judge of Probate bia accounts of Lon and County vouchers, and to the apply Honorable for let- Notce. i State ol Florida. Also, the Right to let to a O. W. HUTCHINS *"

S .. Will PREVENT Consumption, and CURE canes ol months after dat. present my accounts limited extent. ,
( of dismission Ishat
Notice.ALL I ers administrator of the estate SIX
: Colds, Asthma,Spitting Pains the Side J. 8 vouchers to the Judge of Probates of The above land were selected at an early date by AUCTIONEER
o Blo Henry Gaskins. late of said deceased.
: who have demands the and County, : and experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst ,
; persons any against Shortness of Breath, al Pulmonary Com WESLEY MANNING Adm'r. Jefferson county, apply for letters of dismissions an
'j. of Theophilus Beatty deceased, area plaints. Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, the 3nest in the county.,. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.S .

hereby notified to present them without delay to the -ALSODR. 19, ISI8. By S. S. SIBLEY Agent. late of Jefferson county, deceased. C. H. DUONT J ALES in any part of the county attended to, aid

.5 -, ;; e', undersigned to James T. Archer, eent of the un. HULL'S FEVER.AND AGUE PILLS, February 31 6m :, HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r. .Agent of D. tf D..A. of. JTy. respectfully solicited.

'I. .0 .. : dersigned. ELLEN A. BEATTY, I Well known a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure Newport Mineral Spring. October 10,1617. 13 6m Quincy June 47 1847. y REYCNENCL5:
S t. Executrix of Theophilus Beatty, deceased. a Chills and Fever H. BOND, E5( ., I LLOyD It.
for Fever and Ague, Intermittent
',:.' t 5 .pril2),1SI'I. 41 6wNotice. and other Fever Price reduced to Seventy-Jive DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE.rpHE Notice. Mari Smith &Thorn, J. W. ARCTIC, Ej I D. C. WILSOW, EI.

\ S al per] underigne being fully empowered SIX months after date, the undersigned, adminis- Commission and Forwarding Merchants, January 22. 1S48._27____

': : S The Medicine, fiesh and genuine, are for I _L to titles, has had the ol the estate of B. F. Lipscomb,deceased,
a ... S. ALL crei'o., legatees, and persona entitled lo sale by abu LEWIS &AMES I I I .tract immediately around the above Springs will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. No. 62, Poydras Street.NEWORLEANS Thomas Jeff. Heir,

S ':i-: :. S in the Estate Theophilus Beatty., T.laba9e, Fa. laid otf in good size dwelling lots of upwards of an Judge of Probate of Wakulla County, and uk to b LA. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAV7.

:c deceased, are hereby notified (that their claims and For certifcatC of in. acre each which he now offers for sale low. Plans discharged as administratrix of said estate. W. M. MARTIN-0. W. SMITH-THOS. I.. THORN. [7J71LL practice in the Circuit Court incackV

:' "::' demands will b bare at the expiration of two years (ormat the above Medicines,see future (if the same, with terms, &.c., can be wen at Dr. E. E E LI PSOMB. Adm'x. Refer to V County of the Middle Circuit, and in tbe Snreme -

I from the leUer testamentary to the un- advertisements, and pamph'.ets! which may be obtained Baraard'*,Tallahassee. First com*hs first chlice.DANIEL February 26, 1848. 6m Court and United Slates District Court at
J. Beatwick
W.Arg le.A. ,S.S.
d.ti unless the Mm are within Ibe( of the Agent LADD. SibleyTallahasee. 'allahassee.Nunticello..
nf nhibile
: to the Newport, February 19, 1849. 31 J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds, Quincy.
.I ; .. : Archer.sid two her years Attorney. James T. Mach 18, 1849. 35 Attachment. February 12, 1849. 30 .January 29. 1S4S. ltsi|p

ELLEN A. BE1. Cabinet Making, &c., Notice. in Juttittt Court for the Id District of Lon county. 5S Coffee.

4 a (5 Executrix of Will orT BaUI. O.PARTNERSHIP.-The undersigned have u. SIX months after date the Administrator of the Daniel B. Fisher Agent for William E. Fisher, Notce.
: April V, S48. 41 C of R. deceased entitled to dis- BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE,
;: ociated themselves together, from this date Humphries late of Leon M. ALL person creitor. legatee 2 50 do. Rio do.
the two shop will united, and an business con. bounty, wi present hi. final account and vouchers Torris Welborn. or interested in the estate /
Ice !
,.tj Ice ducted by LYNCH b VINGERHOETS. They are to the Judge of Probate of sid County, and defendant and all ethers are hereby notified of of James M. Sloan, late of Jefferson County de- 25 do. Laguira do.

j rn. subscribers wi deliver ICE at tl Ice House prepared to do all description of work in their line pray for a discharge from said administration. riE commencement of this suit, returnable to tustices ceased, are herebv notife to exhibit their claim Just received and for LLOYD sale by& FLAGO-
TiE November 27, 1847. 19 be held Tallahassee the and demands within from this date to the Sept. 18. 1847. 9
.9\ 2 lo every morning, 4 cents r. with fidelity and despatch,and on a* reasonable term 6m Court to it on 12th years

tailfat the lea House, or 5 eel per lb. up t."n.- for cash or approved acceptances a any workmen in day of June next, and to appear and plead to the undersigned, or the same will be barred: and all for Sale. S

: ;. PenD living to the surrounding villages will be the country. Th continued patronage 0 the pub DR. J. 8. BOND lme. Given under my hand and seal, Ibis 31st persona indebted to Aid eittte are requested to make Buggies D'

1 P15'rr furnished lee at tht Ice House for 3i cents lic i.mOt respectfully elicited. his professional services to the citizens March, A. D. 1848.EDWARD immediate payment. fUST received four handsome leather Tcp ApplY
round by tb. hundred wetght pr E. J. LYNCH, OFFERS and the surrounding cosntry M. WEST, [ISKAL ] JAMES R. TCKE Serif J I GIES. made expressly for *tbii irss.rb.t.

: j. .J T. Dif nx GERR VINGERHOETS.Tautfltsttc Offiet at Col. Filbert HOh'll l Justice of the PMC of Jet.rf County B. WHITING.

j1 Tal1a.t'. )bJ" Jen. 44S N,yemb J'I. 16 'May29. 1817. 4* t April J 1,1818 37 3 February 31 3m March 23. MIS. 36 At the Tin NuvfaW


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