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 Material Information
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 22, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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4 ". .r 1 the Thirtieth CiBgim and, until Congress shall act, the* ''nhabitant4wi

THE b without any organized government.
AN ACT provide for tbe purchase ofLggjrript FLORIDIAN to left
IIIII! $ Shold they in this
of the late James Madison citio.coab
paper
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la president of the United State. I anarchy b likely 0 .
I r70rfa/the Senate and HovtetfSeprtrj ; Foreign commerce to a considerable amount
t tf! the United States of America in ii now carried on in the ports of Upper Cali
rea estemUed, That the sum of twenty-five foria which will require to
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t .4 dollar* b.aDd the same is hereby appre- b by
t ZaA ef money in the treasury cot otherLoTprUted. I BY SIBLEY .& DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURD | | | 22 l 1848. VOL. our laws. As soon I our system shall b ex.
1111iid !. p.rch... of Mrs. V. T- Madi. I X-NO.1 tended over this commerce, a revenue .
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."__ of the late James Madison formerly I -. -- .IY I I arable! amount will be at onc collected, and
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I .IIaf of tire United States all the unpublished relating to the townships aforesaid, and t have this THE MAID OF NARNL -:VfiAt- -- ---- AN doubted that it will be
ing, Peek PRESIDENTS
rri ,.peN of the aid James Mad-.on. now act carried into full effect Capt : a for a long MESSAGE !) THE MEXICAN rreased.no annually in.
!_tIt .d in her oooewioo.and upon deliverTto Approv.dJune 16, 1&t. BT XOBKKT HAXILTOIT. have on that station: Tb? Scourge arrived atBermuda TE Forthe aadoiasrrobtioutreasoiM,
, tbt Secretary of Stale with a proper con In traveling from Locasto to Spoleto, in the on the Oth of June, and our infor. To the Senate and Howe I[ deem it M1dl earnestly "CeD rho 11
oClitle to the United States the MIU turn of NO. 45,-AN ACT to prevent tbe importation of Mitchel of Congress on tae w' .
l maid saw the 22J. Mitch I bad acton
IICt tbe of Narni present
year we stopped at town a tle
: ft! adulterated and e of the States : ;
the certificate nf the Secretary of State spuriouodrugs and medicines. Un : .
;. tpon, been treated o Rtair Iuion .
, Be it enacted the to fresh horses and to dine. Owingto during the passage in every respect I
>deti'f'I1aDd' 1 conveyance of laid papers, ahaltttut by Senate and house of Repretentative procure s copies a treaty of In
Vrt at the treasury agreeably tothe wishes of the *of the Unitrd Stale. Americain Con the great influx of strangers at that perioc as a gentleman, dined with the captain of peace, 'friendsh p, limits, and settlement, be. ries organiziiiggoiernmeuts over these Tef )
I id Mr*. Madison aDd in the manner following ptl attembled. That from and alter the passage of into Italy relays "'fr difficult to be obained. I the .hp and was treated ara guest, by the ex Iween the United States and the Mexican r t fraught with such vast advantages Id
Jjnelj: fire thousand dollars, to be paid to her: ; this act, all drugs, medicines. medicinal preparations and on this occasion we found that we must press orer of the Admirality Board. He bad public, the ratifications of wbich ro every portion of our Union, I invoke that spi .
]tbe residue of twenty thousand to Jamo* Bucha. including medicinal 'essential oils and chemical the ofihe were duly rit concession, and
.1 James Y. Mason used wait for a ferllour before our want could range quarter-deck during the I exchanged at the city QuereUro in Mexico conciaton. compromise ,
:,B9ir Secretary of State Sec preparations wholly or in part I medicine, but h the
your
III Bit ofe Nary, and Richard Smith eq., ofihinfton imported into the United States from abroad, ihal. be at dinner, my attentionwas passage, a sergeant of marines always accompanied on the 30lh day of May 1848. tion comtit1 !
city te be held put out to interest. before pawing the custom house, be called to a priest, who silently entered the bim. The day after be arrived be The war in which our was reluctantly was framed in which it shoul i be admin

..ted IB stocks or otherwise managed and disposed appraised, as well in reference to their quality purity tallc, and regarded the company most minute.ly. was sent on shore and soon aferw.dl conveyed involved, in the country tiudicariunoflbe sirred, and which is so indispensable to prtf. t '
jwtben or the survivor or survivors of them asMtefl and fitness for medical purp. as to their Unlike the generality of that wanderingtribe no board the convict Medtvay, which necessary serve and perpetuate the harmony and Union I"of
national and has been tl.u
for the said Mrs. Madison according theirjcretion value and in rights honor the States. We
ted and her best advantage the interest Sec. 2..n identit.pife enacted That all medic his manner was haughty, and his aspect lies near Ireland Island, in the harbr of Ber terminated ; and I congratulate Congress, and' his Union of confederated should never forget that
profit arising from the said principal to be paid i ins! preparations!, whether chemical or otherwise, forbidding. Having eyed us for le\enl minutes muda. Milcbel was not dresed as a convict, our common constituents, the restoration States was esab- i;
!uhed
,ts veto her u the same accrues-the said principal usually imported with the name cubs manufacturer he said something to the landlord in a hut wore the usual apparel of a gentleman. ef an honorable upon and cemente by kindred bIded, and bj : l

"" 00 to be and remain inalienable during her life the shall have whet the, true name of the manufaclurer. and low whisper, and then glided quickly from the He appeared sad and low spirited, and looked The extensive and peace.valuable territories ceded the common ., sufering dangen tri ;
a Permanent fond for her maintenance, but place they are prepared,permanently and jrnphs efall its *
the
&tu and
I uMict to be disposed of as she may please by heMirin legibly affixed to each. parcel, by stamp label, or apartment. From the many depredations and pale haggard. It was the impression by Mexico to the United Slates constitute i.. meriting of & ever aUJ. ;::
and testament. otherwise; an all medicinal preparations imported murders which had lately been committed by among the officers at Bermuda that,a privateroom demnity for the and tbe brilliant achieve. of all source our national] greatness an
ROBT. C. WINTHROP. without names affixed as aforesaid, shall be ad. the banditti, and especially in that neighbor would be fitted up for bun on board the ments and paat of will our blestings. }
{ :: Speaker of the House of Representatives. uJged to be forfeited. hood, I a secret from the bulk and that be would not be compelled to be successes our arms There has, perhaps, been BO period sinCd .
man a of for the future
: SKC 3. And be it That fel warning guaranty security by
G. M. DALLAS further if on ex be
mactt labor. warning so irapressivelr riven to his u:
of -Picayune. coun.
'. *, Vice President of the United Slates and amination any drug,m peepara. tier priet danger was intended us. My I convincing all nations that our rights must be I
President of the Senate.provedMay tiont. whether chemical or otherwi!, including me suspicions imparted to my companions, who respected The results of the war with Me*. trymeo by Washington to guar against geo !
# :31, 1S-IS. dicinal essential oils, are found in the opinion of the coincided w me, and we began to look upon The Rtu Soi and an American La ico have given to tbe United Slates a national graphical divisions and ] paries which '
JAMES K. POLK. examiner, to be so far adlJlerare. or in any manner our host with fear and distrust. At last, dy.-A paper has the following character abroad which before ap-;>eaU with greater fore than pretest :
deteriorated, a to in our country never the
- rendtr strength, after amusing incident :- patriotic, sober-minded, and of =
surmises and
JO.S9.-A ACT making appropriations for the I and purity to the standard established by the United many suggestions, it was We were much amused and enjoyed. Our power and our resources all and of'all sections of reflecting :1
.qport of the Military Academy for the year gg the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hun- pharmacovil and di-pensatories and thereby im. aught of prevarication was found in his replies, terday the capers and remarks of a soldier throughout the world and we shall can calculate tbe'value of Our 't
4.d and forty-nine. dangerous, to be used for medici we should not depart the morning, when who had just returned from the war, and com be saved from the ; probably Union ? I is a model and example of free
} enacted by the Senate and Houte of Repreit nal purposes, a return to that effect shall be made we could then have ti protection of ing up Canal street bad encountered at the necessity of engaging in I government to all (he world, and is tbe star of .
oilier United Slates upon the invoice, and,the noted rhall an arm- another foreiVn war for a Ion series of
..> n of Ameiica in Con arice m> not ol vears. and the haven of rest the onnresd
corner Lnartres, of J to nf
.That the the custom house, reexaminltionof ed escort we had passed the road, hound one our beautiful. graceful is of hop n-
f-UlmIbled following sums be.and the pa unlf on a upon I a subject congratulation that we have clime.
ko mire hereby appropriate, out of any money in a strictly analytical character called.for by the for the same destination. At the desire of the and elegantly" dressed ladies. Oh, boys, passed through a war of more than two years'duration \ By its preservation: we b..Y-d -fj;.
treasury not otherwise appropriated,for the suprtrf owner or consignees,the return of I he examiner shall I was deputed interrogator, and shall jest stop, he exclain ed to his companions been rapidly advanced as a nation to a &<
.
party with the business of the
the Military Academy for the year ending be found erroneous; and it shall be declaied, I the now relate what &and let us take one good look at a real Yankee country uninterrupted of strength and happiness, wilhodt '
K thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred result of such anahsis. that the said articles may will enable passed, a closely as my girl. I didn't want to come home for with our resources unexhausted parallel in pwer. of the world. As w I i h, | .j
,and without be used for memory me. and the
.-forty-nine : proprly.safely danger roe- I public credit uniraj-Hired. *
fir pay of officers, instructors, cadets, and muiieA purp08C. 44 May I ask, signor, who is that priest with anything but that. I could stand the Greas. I communicate for the information of Congress extend its blessings over new reoiona shall ,; ]:f;
seventy-nine thousand seven hundred and six- SEC 4 And bf it further enacted.That the owneror whom 1 saw you convening at dinner ?*' ers their country their climate, their houses, the we be so unwise as to endanger ''I ei.tentd -ft*:
iga dollars. consignee shall, at all times, when dissatisfied I to him. lid their eating and drinking barring the pulkay, accompanying documents and correspondence by geographical divisions and dissensions < :
fgrrommutation five thousand sixggdrtd with the examiner's return, have the privilege of to the negotia'ion and With ?
ollUni.leDce. but vieW
0 Lord relalinz
!
the a to tbe settle
** women, with iheir early
ailing, at hi. A Iriest.signor answered be in tawny encourage j I
and twenty-one dollars own expense, for a re-examination ; a tone ratification of treaty. :
Far forage (or office,..' horses; four thousand five and, on depositing with the collector such snm as which though it sounded surprise yet told skins, bare feet their Blip-shop ways, their : Before tbe treaty can be fully executed merit of these distant possessions, I recommend '$:1
Indred! aid twelve dollars. the latter may deem sufficient to defray such expense he was confounded at cigarites, I couldn't now how you he on that liberal grants ot tbe public lands b sea f.'
question. of the United
States ]
my
I ftf clothing (or vfikers servants, four hundred it shall be the duty of that officer to procure Yes !J" I can fix it. I only wanted once more to fix part legislation will r c trod to all our citizens who have or
signor loudly and with ,
replied be
required. It will be make the if
some to
dollars analytical chemist
the proper in
id twenty ; competent possessing limited
a settle
my peepers on a genewine American and lilLy period within their
gal
For repairs and improvements; fnel and appara- confidence ol the medical profession as well a of a look that gave him to understand that I was then I could be necessary appropriations for the payment of limits. 4:
:x;forage for public hor rs and oxen ; stationary the colleges medicine and pharmacy if any such suspicious of him. .The priest -you do remember bappy the balance of my da>". he twelve millions dollars, stipulated by the 'ftj
EiBUaf. and other incidental and contingent ex- institution! tit in the State in which the collection him." And now I see one, and isn't she a sweet me twelfth In execution of the provisions of the treaty, .2 rI
taaa thirty thousand one hundred and fifty-five district is situated, a careful analysis of the articles I Oh -certainly I do-he he is See bow finely and gracefully she picks herself article to be paid to Mexico in four orders have OtD issued to our military and .Jl'j.
rcluded in said yes a equal annual instalments. Three millions of
\(.slliri. return and a report upon the same the naval forces without .
across street how she evacuate, the
aee delay ?
For the increase and expenses of the library one nderoatli; and in case ther which shall be good man-an old and valued friend of mine ries ; high car. dollars were appropriated by the act of March Mexican '
fruud five hundred dollars. final, shall declare the return pt. examiner to be who is now on his way to Spoleto, to join the her bead ; look at her ace, isn't i a ,SJ, 1847, and that sum paid to the Mexican provinces cities, towns, and fortified
Fir expenses ot the board of ,visiters two thoyptd rroneotn. and the said articles to be of the requilitestrengh celebration of St. Jerome, and who would be charmer that's .the lily and the rose for you ; after the\a of the places in our military occupation, and which .. ,
ire hundred dollar. and purity, according to the standard re- happy to travel in the of and look how modestly she hugs that nice Ii'. government exchange ratifications are not in the territories ceded to JH
: Far barracks for cadet, seventeen thousand five in the next preceding sections of this act, company your par. tie pink shawl." Just at this point, the of the treaty. the United Slates. The army b already on
tndrad dollars. the entire invoice shall be passed without reservation ty. Id\ Tbe fifth article of the treaty provides, that its the
to United )
For expenses ofthe board visiters, for the yearoiiDg on payment of the customary duties ; but. in "I he a native of this village 1" I asked of observing tbe exulted manner' of her eutbus. .in order to designate the boundary line with of it way well States. That portion :I
the thirtieth of June one thousand eight calt the examiner's return shal be sustaine by the jstic admirer, interpo her gay little parasol due authoritative as regulars a volunteers, who en
and
fcudnd and forty-eight two thousand dollars.! analysis and report, the alices Ihal remain in "No of the mountains bis between her face and the fixed gaze of the precision upon maps, to gaged to serve during the war with Mexico "a
signor, was establish
Apprared May 31, IS45. charge of the collector and I upon the ground land-matks which wilt be
nt soldier discharged ,
ga the latter soon as can
consilne. whereupon sighed a they
_
on payment of the charges of and excuses answer accompained with a sardonic cnn."Andhisnanie1" t I shall show the limits of both described .ran.nnnrfpH b !.(
marched rnnrunii.nl
republca. ,
Iroule. deeply, and remarked, that's'about a or In Dint
M.40.-ANACT concerning Spanish steam vessels. necessarily incurred by States,anden WaJlsuppos in tbe present article, two in tLe of .
It enacted by Me Sen ate and House of Repre- giving a bond with sureties satisfactory to the Borasco !" a much of a a poor private ments shall each appoint a co.i.raissionf! gover.and vicinity their homes. -p- of tbd
gtttttteteftke United SlJtn of America in Con- cletor. to land said artict out of the limits of the "I do not like him," I briefly remarked. ought to have." regular army will be employed! in New Mexico
rtautembled.'Thit all laws ., shall of a surveyor who before the expiration of one i Upper California afford
privilege and to
now in force exactor hl reexport.irg protection to J.
higher duties on Spanish! steam-vessels arming them at any time within the perio of six months I Why not ? he said quickly, and lookingat A scene for a Pairaer.-Let us imagine year from the date of the exchange of ratifi. the and to guard our interests in
inhaliranlA
iI the United States than are exacted on ate ..mMKliof Tier the report of the analysis; the said arli- me a if his eyes would have penetrated my Gen. Taylor, the candidate of the Federal cations: of this treaty, shall meet at the port of terriioru. -
the United States arriving at Havana or des .hal not be tnt out of the United States within very sol for the San and proceed to run and nark the :
Diego
| in the island the shall): the party Presidency-what a delectable The old army as eiisted before the com
jtysther port of Cuba, be suspended, tim speife.i b duty of th*collec- honest !" i
1 .M to place the said steam-ves.els on a footing of tor, at th of sid time to cause !the same men never whisper' spectacle of ncy it will be J Jackson said boundary in its whole course to the mouthof mancement of the war with Mexico-especially .
to be the With whom did he whisper /" said he at tbe head of the the Rio Bravo del Norte." It will be
the holding necessary
perfect reciprocity suspension to continue so delroyP owner or consignees re- blueligbts" and Hartford if authority be given to fill up the rank
iwrti neb reciprocity shall be thereby secured::: or .[ United States for the payment of all lercely. nventionisls, would have been appropriate. that provision should be made by law and file of tbe several to the maximum
otherwise provided for law.a.c. barges, in the same manner as if said articles had With sir !" I tbe corps '
at
by you replied, same Jjr followed. First in the ranks of his defenders for the appointment of a tiommicsioner and a nrmber authorized the
2. And be it further macl"" That, if ben rt-e1 port td. his during war-is be* -
any "I have beardof
krte duties than those before mentioned shall hate SEC. 5.And btitfurtht enacted That in order to limp graspingfirmly arm. ,will nodoubt be found Webster, who said surveyor on the part of the United States, to Jlvfd.! will be I sufficient to be retained in
kia,or shall be, paid by any Spanish steamer airiv0f carr into effect the provisions of this act,I he Secretary you before-beware how you trifle withus all laurels won in this war were soiled ariddisbonoredCorwin act in conjunction with a commissioner and during a of peace. A few -
is the United State on or after the first day of the Tieasury io hereby utb"iV an rf.j ; we will not depor this night from Narni. who wished the Mexi. surveyor appointed by Mexico, in executing ditional officers perio line and staff of a.
KIT,sac thousand eight hundred and forty-eightthe qui i red t" appoint suitably persons as s I .I cans to give Taylor and bit hospita. tie siipul.nuu. vf ,t'e ..ivic. iiuj uare ueeu uuinonxcvi ; alN 'U I, I.
Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to re- cial examiners of drugs, medicines,chemic Ale., He felt a a lifeless thing within my grasp, ble graves with hands"troops-Chandler, It will be proper also to provide by law for believed, will b necessary in the peace es4tabliahmenr
.
I tad the same.Approved lamely : one examiner in each of the ports of New bloody
May 31, 19.9.liD. York, Boston, Rhiladelphia. Baltimore, Charleston, and staggered from the room without offering who said Taylor ought to have been cashiered he appointment of a"boar ofcommiaionen"to should be retained it the _
and New Orleans, with the following salaries, viz: a reply. Immediately from a glery.a young for the capitulation of Monterey-Greel, adjudicate and upon all claims of our service. The number ot* tbe general officers

.41.-AX ACT to refund money for expenses in- at New York sixteen hundred dollars pr annum ; female appeared, and liy a me to who has shouted accursed be this infamous r citizens against the Mexican government, may b reduced as vacancies occur by tbcauahie. .
cured subsistence or transportation furnished, and at each ef the other ports above nam thou. understand that she wished to speak with me. it is ; which, by the treaty, han been assumed by to what it was .
'bols a war against anicf bef"r ,
far the of volunteers sand per annum which said salaries be wr"-Prentce,
use during the present war, dolar ; IhaJ Cautiously) left the and enle the United States. the war.
Wore being mustered into the service of the Uni- paid year, quarterly, out of any moneys the apartment g whose amendment still
bd States.k treasury not otherwise appropriated; and it shall be a long avenue of vines, I beheld her buJly' festers upon the Congressional resolution of New Mexico and Upper California have While the peoplo of ether countries. wh.

enacted by the Senate and Haute of RepreteiLthses.ftAe the duty of the said Secretary to iY such instructions employed. in plucking the clusters. thanks. But wht will be more singular than been ceded by Mexico to the United States, live Under forms of government less free than
\ United Statet of America in Con- to the coJetor of the customs in the other What would with"was about to of have been for
you all, will be see Gen. Taylor's politicalranks i and now constitute a part our country.- our own, ages oppressed
isolation pta asseMbled approved That March the third provision eighteen of the hu joint red collection prevent the importation, as he adulterated may deem ai necessary>d spurious to proceed, but was quickly c ':ed by her say. mowed down by tbe very soldier who, Embracing nearly ten degress of latitude, I lying taxation to support large standing armies t

.torY.lnn. entted. A resolution to refund drugs and medicines.SEC ing, Hush, signor !J" in a wbi.pr. and in Mexico, swept down the ranks of the Mex adjacent to the Oregon Territory, and ex- periods of peace, our experience ha shown
-,10 the whih hare supplied volunteers 6. .lndbeilfurtl.ere-nactev.lThat the special still continuing her e. r ment erc icans Every opinion from the army against tending from the Pacific ocean to tbe Rio that such establishments are unne6essary ill a
I ud furnished them transportation during the present examiners fore to b appoiotl under this act, shall, he- me not. You are in danger-walk on-as Federalism, will be a blow aimed at the cause Grande, a mean distance of nearly a Ibouundmile& republic. Our standing army is to b foundin .
nr, before being mustered and received into the entering; on discharge of their duties take return, near me.' I did desired, would difficult estimate the valueof the bosom of is of
| Krriee of the United States,.be, and the same are and subscribe the oath or affirmation,required by the you pass a Taylor, if he shall accept the Federal antiwar it b to society. I compe
toeby extended, so a to embrace all of exposes ninth section of the act of the thirtieth of July, eigh- when the again whispered Arm thyself; nomination. The world knows how these possessions to the United States. free citizens, who are ever ready op
heretofore incurred in organizing CIt, subsisting ten hundred hundred and fort-siJ, entitled, .An ara is n priest ; he is tbe noted Caspar- brave our soldiers can aim, and how they can They constitute themselves a country large arms in the service of their country, when an
i i, transporting volunteers, previous tc their beiir- act reducing the duty on imports,and for other pur.pO' do. At thatmomeutihe sound of a cutJnp fire. Federalism will be adcL-d to Mexico enough for a great empire and iheir acquisi.tion emergency requires it. Our eiperience in

Battered an received into the service of the United : 7- That the broke close to my ear, and with a scream the as a new proof of both during the next elecion. is second only in importance to that of the war just closed fully confirms the opinion, .
t !fo present war, whether by State, coun. SJc .fntbt i fUth"macf special
t I < ,corporations,or ini.iduall,either acting with, authoritl'd appointed by the fifth poor girl fell lifeless and bleeding at my feet.I It will be, indid, a prospect strange Louisiana in 1803. Rich in mineral and a g- that such an army may be raised upon a few
t rvitboout the authority any State: Provided, section of this act, shall, if suitablv qualified persons I cast my eye in tbe direction from whence and edifying, in all respects, to see Gen. Tayor icultural resources with a climate of great weeks' notice and that our citizen-Soldiers are '

i. That proof shall be nade. to the satisfac- I ed en in be the found, b taken from the officers now employ. be report proceeded, and among tbe bushes I be captain of Federalism ; but (the issue will alubrity, they embrace the most important equal to any troops in the world. No reason* ;

i f and Secretary that the of same War of the amount and thus expended I appointments respective shall collection be neces ary districts for want; and of if such new >eheld the figure of a man gliding rapidly a'ong' show how little even a great name will serve ports on the whole Pacific coast of tbe continent therefore, is pereiedb, we should enlarge

r far tb. aforesaid.SBC. \&necessary proper persons, then, as soon a it can be done consistently the ground like a serpent. The sound bad to save a bad cause from defeat and degrada. of North America. The possession of our land forces and thereby subject the treas !

I trop. be it further enacted.That amount with thr efficiency of the service,the officers in said alarmed the inmates, who rushing into the gar. ion.-Pennsylvanian. the ports of San Diego, Monterey,and the bay ury to an annual increased charge
t lent refund said expenses so incu-red be,and distric. shall be reduced, I that the present num den stood aghast at the scene of murder.- of San Francisco, will enable the United States Sound policy requires that we should

: UK same is hereby, appropriate.out of any money ea r-of on said of ofcer new shall appointments.b permanently increased by Among them was the ruffian landlord who, CHANGES CHANGES CHANGES I 10 command the already valuable and rapidly tbe creation of a large standing army in atol period .
.
c .tie.treasury 3. beit not further henris m / '
'*moneys."t unoer mis act, ana the resolution wnicn pointed tC me, and exclaimed, I Seize him .at LrxingtonKy.. en. the 1'Jth inst., sev. number of our whale shins alone, now employed it. Such armies are not only expensive and ,
i sD., it shall be lawful to pay interest at the Federal Acurar.Gahiensia,"the we'l' he is the murderer I J" eral! gentJf man woo once baa taken part in a in that sea, exceeds seven hundred re- unnecessary, but may become dangerous to ;

f seed per centum per annum on all sums ad- known correspondent New York Herald, For a moment I was paralized, but sudden. meeting last fall, to nominate Gen. Taylor, quiring more than twenty thousand seamen to iberty. I

osss where by Sa cooaion., or,individual or individual, in all pays his respects to the late crusade of the Iy[ collecting my energies, I sprang upon him now attended to ratify Cass' nomination. navigate them ; while the capital,in vested in Besides making the necessity legislative

I lost the Ste., or corporation is liable to pay it. paid I' Whigs" in tbe House, upon Secretary Wai. with the ferocity of a tiger. Liar !" I cx. Among them were Robert W. WicklifTe, Jr. his particular branch of commerce is estima-. provisions for the execution of the treaty, and

Approved June 2, 1S46. ter'* report. Sixty. ur blunders" in one claimed, "thou art accessary to the murder of one of the most powerful speakers and most ed at not less than forty millions of dollars. establishment of territorial governments in "j.Ihe "j.;

10. paper, and that professing to be an exposure thy own child. Behold I have no fire-arms influential Whigs in that Slate. It was he that The excellent harbors of Upper California he ceded country, we have, upon the restora

42-\N. to ACT appropriate in explanation the of a act of the entitled of financial blunders, is a pretty fair business about me. It was the bandit, Gaspardo that defeated the great Cassius M. Clay for the I wi under our flag, afford security and repose tion of peace, other important duties to per !"

lic la*Ac..and to (rait po.1 ... pb. -even for veracious Federalism : villain is his comrade. Seize bim !"and bur senate, in tbe Lexington district. t o our commercial marine ; and American form. Among these, I regard none a* more i.

.&iteiiecfed by the Senate and Hot-te of Repretti M Neither is the other House undeserving ling him to the earth, in a moment all were ANOTHER CONVERT. mechanics will soon .jrnish ready means of important than the adoption of proper meas* :

** .e* of the United States of.Ins .ca.in Con- of censure. No small portion of time has upon him. RUSSEL. MURRAY, Es
WW tttemUed.Thrt, .An act to the filth seel'on the proceed of the* act of the en. : ben expended in stupid partizan attacks on Where is he T shouted they, where is 4' Whig in Jefferson City, Mi.uri. comes out ,. much wanted in tbat distant sea. debt. It is against sound policy and ; .

*l l.ate public lands appropriate, sad to grant pre-emption Secretary of the Treasury. In these at. Gaspardo 1" for the Democratic party in the Jefferson In. By the acquisition of these possessions we the genius o our institutions, that a public s7i;
.' MfiU.. approved on the fourth day of September, tacks Mr. Rockwell has acquired most unenviable In that thicket !J" I exclaimed. quirer. His reasons are such a will impress are brought into immediate proximity with the debt should b permitted to exist a day longer ". i

N thousand eight hare and fory-ne. shall b notoriety. He undertook to expose A thrill of horror seemed to seize on themat every honest man : I west coast of America, from Cape Horn to than the means of the treasury will enable the f J.f 4

**coBstroed. I said to fifth section., relative portions to the of sid disjro some errors, in the report, and, ', I the thought that the sanguinary bandit was Our officers and Ilier while nobly viadi. 'the Russian psionauorb Oregon ; with government to pay it off. .f '
peN. sales of the public( lands) that the effort, contrived Secretary.sixty-four gross so near-the next moment a loud shout burst catin the rights of tbe nation, in tbe islands oean ; and by a We should adhere to the" wise polcllaid i 1

'Stydelared to be the true intent and meaning being and egregious blunders, involving an aggre. forth, and There there !" was exclaimedby tbe midst of the greatest hardships and privations direct voyage in steamers, we will be in less down by PrsidntVuhingou, of &avoiding

lib section of tht act alore aid. gate sum of more than thirty-three millions of I all. which were endured almost without a than thirty days of Canton and other parts of be a shunning ? t

June 13, ISIS.o. ollars Mr. Strobm is put forward as the! 1 looked to where they pointed, and upon murmur instead of being ailed and encour. China.In occasions of expense, but by vigorous exertions -

.C3-AN ACT to amend the act entitled .An scapegoat, but the errors are Mr. Rockwell's. tbe brow of an opposite hill stood Gupano. aged by the leaders of my party)were denounced this vast region, whose rich resources are in time of peace to discharge the debt i 1

*tlo appropriate the proceeds of the sales of the It is questionable if any other Jan in Ameri- waving his bat, shouting exulation, a JJAUDEB8 BOBBKRS A D PIRATES ton to b developed by American energy and which unavoidable wars have occasioned, no .
pHiiclands,and tog ra3L pre-emption rights,.Lc. ca contrive, in tbe same space to evince 'ering defiance. He was out reach of and the Government of the United States af enterprise, great must be the augmentation ofour ungenerously throwing upon posterity the bur :r ;

graved September fourth,eighteen hundred and ao much stupidity, and what renders tbe matter frt.arma and pursuit would have been futile ter bearing the indignities ol Mexico, was ac. commerce ; and with it, new and profita. den we ourselves ought to bear." a '

/.*.a.I & by the Senate and Howe of RfnreXuetflhe worse, is that it is not defensive but aggressive dangerous. Guilelto, for such was the used with waging an unjust and unholy war ble demands for mechanic I"Or in all its At the commencement cf the present ad ) _' I

United Statet of.nea.in Con.- rtupW.tjr.ffSingular _ _ name of the landlord, manifested no regret for upon an injured innocent people. These things branches, and new and markets for mlnltrlln.lbt public debt amounted to ,IT,. i
tattcmbled. That the Itiol of si tbe loss of his daughter on the contrary he my party leaders did, they cried out at the our manufactures and agricultural products. 7' 899 62. In consequence oftbe war with ;{t
1 W 1 amended,as t give the consent of D.I" Coincidence*.-Of the various appeared to rejoice that for her goed intent top oftbeir voices against this war, notwith. While tbe>war has been conducted with Mexico it has bean necessarily increased, and
|.t e.if hereby given, to the application ot candidates for the Presidency, of tbe two great she had forfeited her life, tbat tbe had voted in that
it t.
**tws* r fund tierefofore relinquished rejoicing standing they Congress great humanity and forbearance, and with now amounts to 865.778.45U. 41, including t
l*.Us State(of Mississippi to be '" bi" parties, three were born in New lampbirf bandit had escaped. Guiletlo was, however, had exuted by tbe act of Mexico. Nor is complete success on our part, the peace has he stock and treasury notes which may yet tf;
f**',t th.e1.trctioD railroad leading ,ap to wit : Cast, Wobury and Welter ; arraigned before the tribunal, found guilty, Ibis all, they voted supplies to these maraudersand been concluded on terms the mOt liberal and be issued under tbe act of January 28, 1847,
'*> the Stale vf Mississippi to the eastern three in Virinia to : Clay, Taylor and and suflerred death. On the trial it was robbers, and this enabled them the more magnanimous to Mexico. In her bands the and the sixteen million loan recently negoti- "3

udvy of said State in such manner .to authoJthecoastrvetion Scott. They were all too, in both States, proved that a secret intercourse bad existedfor lucce.ly.to accomplish tbeir nefarious and territories now ceded bad remained, and, it i i. atcd under the act of March 31, 1843 .
[ of -
jcta*,in said State, and a railroad extending, commencing to tbe eastern at born within a circle of k'l than a hundred years between bim and Gaspardo, he giv. wickd purposes, and to cap the climax of folly believed, would have continued to remain almost In addition to the amount of the debt, the '

adarvofaaid Sate of Mississippi via Braadon. mie. Webster .born in Concord, Cass ing notice to the latter whenever any travel- ano make their inconsistency or insinceriy II unoccupied, and of little value to her or treaty stipulates! that twelve millions dollars

tthe,direction. .Mar as may be, of the towns of n and \Vo.idbury in Frmncistown.n .- ler of wealth happened sojourn at bis hotel. manifest,the leaders of my party haO announ. to any other nation ; whilst a a part of our shall ie paid to Mexico in four equal annual

l ;Caw.. u4 Montgomery, in the State of Virginia, Clay was born in Hanover, Tay. Hence the cause of so many murer in that ced to the world, that the only man capable Union they wile productive of vast benefits I instalments of three millions each } the 6n

AYe Jane 16, IS48. or in Orange, abt fifty miles from's birth- neighborhood, and which, by tragical oc- of conductingith affajr* of this great nation to tbe Srates to tbe commercial world of whit b wi f.l due on ib 30th of May

place, and Son about .the currrnce now narrated, happily led to the exlirpation faithfully andbonestfj) .Gen. Taylor, one and to the general interests of mankind. 1849.- treaty also stipulates! that thd

il4_ N AC attach a portion efthe north- ame d rom Hanover. I is an in. Gaspardo and bit band.NEW.OBLEA of tbefce marauding and piratical chieC whO The immediate e.tiblisbn nt Territorial! United Slates shall assume and pay" to out

ZZtFZ if"? of Louisiana to the district jeresting ft which is no generally known, bands are still stained and dr the governments, and the extension of our laws I own citizens the claims! already! liquidated:
I Red river, Louisiana. .
is it c that tbre the Presidents of the United S, June 6. blood of our injured and innocent people 1 II! I over these valuable possessions to preserve and decided against the Mexican republic

*rd,t Bt and Hoe.e. .f.Repre. States were born in one counlr (Westmore. John Mitchcl at e: These induced me to pause and reflect, order and the due administration of justice and Mall claim no heretofore decided aainl

'Phi( That, (rein Staeuf and alter lbs' first in ton day* land,) Virginia, and one ofpoorest countries learn rN ro an officer of the Bemu.-Briilh Bemer Ilok.d thing clearly than I bad done previously Within their limits, to afford protection! to the the Mexican o-eminent" .t Io aa amount

O.UDotmii eighteen hanre aD fort,. in tbe State. New Hampshire has not been Great Wester, which arrived cffSbip hland to the actions and professions' the two great inhabitants, and to facilitate tbe devrl i tpmea.' not exceeding three nnJ (ne.q':ute mUiOI'

It. .ip."reD nor t"etl.thre far behind Virginia in her contributions to on the 8d inst., tbe following interesting par. political parties.and the result was a settled I of I he vast resources and wealth which tbeir of dolar." The liquidated"

histicbid..tbeaorthweoteralaod" lor "districtLo.. .. shall th galaxy of our distinguished men. There ticulars in relation to John Milcbel, the Irish I determination never again to give ray aid and I I acquisition ba addf to the roun'ry. iz n. ortl United States aina Mia'

.lfnlid- 4 t..a. fro after the date ar no less than seven membr of the pre. patriot. The man-of-war steamer Scourge influence, however small, in raising a pa tl1 The war ico having terminated the jwint bond of cmiien

rth.b ad to u a part of.the di eat Senate who were br tha State.- having received an admiralty order to tbat I to power, that in the day oltrial and difcull the power of the Executive to es all.ih or to under the convention between lb Vahe

*hsr.bymade the, L.cud it shall D effect, proceeded to Spike Island, In the Cove t can take sides against its country. continue temporary civil governments over States and Mexico,of the 11th of April ,

Ciesral L e dt1e t-Conilon.r, Und ffi- in 01t .You look as if you were beside yourself ," of Cork, and after taking on board John I ere b what they may,,for roe I can no longer TrTritories, which existed under tbs laws of amounted to 82,026,139 63. 1 ll.ar was

d G .Red t b lafi.b with i as tbe wag saId a fellow who bj the Mitch!, tailed on the lit of Juno for the Is. A Whig. **1 bad rather b right than I nations whilst they were regarded I conquer. payable in twenty equal annual al
t IJ oh. pipers, transcripts tbI"f ass. t ao Ja of Bermuda, wbere she relieved th, Dar Priidnt." ed provinces in our military occupation, ha* Three of them have bet paid to te !




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t'\t''r lie IfteiVtn and two by FORItGN.-AkR1VAL: OF THE CALEDONIA. r/Lat which the Tariou* sections utiLe_ Re. 'resldent'aJ1esiage. Stthlkflne l'i. ,-
tnt government .
bj
) THE
]? the in relation meat f
It :{,( Ibe United 3taio,* ; leaving to bo paid of theh14f2 I fy Telegraph Ae Baltimore Sun. pea'ers! were expected)tounite. mesg o Pd.nt oourposltioasad be $betTdbl ;
: is. *
with *
I I"II r :. principal of lU) .liquidated! amount assumed by BOsTON, SATCEDAV, 1 P. M. The Irish newspapers are assuming more Peace Meicolo toa" capable o doing to, for a twele-inoaih oa si I
sati. of this wilful *
the faction one _<
WE. greatest throughout perversion o/the '
'I.T 1.0
Statestbe of $1,519,604 70 daring tone. tft A
sum .
f ; : lie Vate I Steamer Buena Vista, from Halifax, arrived .ho that, beside In
( tbe tlwreon. These airived Mali It rumored London the great discontent I u conquering Northern
# lo etLe interet in 40 hours. Caledonia at 'I a Witnesses,
22 attained the
July at slightest possible
J ':: several amount! of "liquidated" and unliq'ii.! fax, Thursday, at 12 M. The Buena Vista was brewing in the French Provinces, Saturday, We are now enable to bring good i
which the
) 1 s dated claims assumed I by tlie l'Ullxl i o'clock Thurs.dav. and that four departments in the South alonedrilled for war was pushed than that have t '
1 \ :, .: Statcs i left Halifax for Boston at 1 on DEMOCRATIC NO we already ( tt/ 1'
I the enemy's ,after our am.he
and
believed be paid they fall due out 72,000 men on Paris put territory army
.t may a t mar.h of Cosgtets, to prove Mr. FiUMoax J
f I .; of the accruing revenue, without the U ue of The steamer United States mlle the trip:: to down the tyranny oflhe Provisional Govern roa PRESIDENT OJ THC repelled the unjust aggressions the rights cf Southern citizens...an jUKtkli' ?I

(! r.: t' stock or the creation of additional pubIk thirteen New York ment. r LEWIS toil. We have gained 'indemnity There !
"I, :. ) Southampton in d-unfrom GEN. the large and important possession. principle. was ample time belwen k-f \

I:f .f "" ''h'. debt. arrhir g there on the 2'Jd of June, hiving From Vic Journal Sf ..Wutnger fcftra,July 17. 01 MICHIGAN. ing CoLgrew, and the present for bia I
for Ihe future" in the
$ '! I cannot: 10 strongly! recommend to Congrrsa sailed? on the 10:h. This i is the shortest pas. ARRIVAL OF STEAMERNlAGARA.Srcrn "security pented of his course there, and to bart I kt,*

'I rt'lt: the importance of husbanding all our sage on record between ihu two data lalerjV/mJSiaropt. rom TICS parszorar and the terror of our am.. Every Southern side of Ibe question or Ilun .hi' !I'?

";,t : : /! national resources, of limiting the public expenditurr FR.\XCF. prtl. Terrible conflict Jaru Ten GEN. WILLIA lamenjin tLo Ion and afflictions penitence, followed by proper acts 1iJ

,:; _'.' % to necessary objects, and ofli ""pI I Paris is still a ilaled. The resignation of Thousand a lir lot-Eigh, d-c.. t Or KENTUCKY. gallant soldiers will, at Ihe same South cannot, and mill not forgive C kiek& !1

t! 'lr in al the surplus at any time in the treasuryto Napoleon postpones trouble for th"pros 1 --- lo rejoice at the happy issue and us, oar interests and ., **
our
: redemption oflhe debt. I recommend Luis. Sit candidates for President We are indebted to McCajr C's. Express, FOR GOVERNOR 0, struggle and at the proud eminence fn.i Hat It
: ap alreadyin for oflhe Baltimore Sun of the 13th pentrd t What sty bit
1 i:44 '. p that authority b vested in the Executive bylaw the field, viz : M.! d 't following "
.'. .... to anticipate iho pprio d reimbursement Prince Louis B-mipartr, M. Marrast, Gen.Cavaignac containing July rtphic ,OR CONGRESS : by her glorious tatter in the two the Hon. CHAS. MPDWI paulr'pl ro1
"I. transmitted from Boston, 2 P. M., a menber
l ;:= of such portion of the a may not be now i and Fit f. Caussidiere, ex.prelct 12h WILLIAM P. from Massachnsettt.. Let Southern / .
inst.
: 1 1. : rrJeem"be! and not purchase it, at par, or at of police, The Oceans party will suppoit M. : who have opposed the war-whig n><" l lo I i
The the Cun- reflect i if,consider it
Steamer
S Niagara onejof new FOR PRESIDENTIAL upon maturely. ]
\: the premium which it may command in the and has declared in his favor. &.c.-their position it far 1 I
: TIJirr prn'er ard vessels arrived at Boston this GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS of Ibe gravest importance, Dot
morning. only to .
.
,
: in which that ,
in all have d bred in
.. t market, cases authority The between Thi- They it "t
( ; LgilimMts are di\.iJtd She sailed on the 1st instant, and there CHARLES H. DUPO onl. lo all the Southern States, and lo the i
: '. 'f: :: has riot already! been granted. A premium and Lam.irtine. If the elections were Of of Congress, and b Iheii votes lo'o
: ; .n fore made the in less than eleven JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson ; liberty and properly. Here lathe l
passage
'' obtained the much
Las been by nn that Ihe elnt
:. : & government soon to tal. place little doubt exists that Lou. war was begun un .tnolhfr o/iiideralion

'. ="... : : the larger portion of the Io.ns ; and if, \\ ben is Bonaparte would be the successful candidate. Sbe. the of terrible ----- and unnecessarily.!. In this, they The..\nIAm ,. hate has iteight t* .J JzTz
brings particulars a con. t majvnty in
the
; .t ." the government becomes a purchaser of it5 : The feeling: exhibited by the French Floridian for the upon the ground that it is uncon- of Hepretentalivet t.; tut the Senate are H
flict at Paris, of which we received telegraphic /
;.. : : own stock, it hall command a premium in the people in his flvo leaves 110 doubt that in the We will furnish the unnecessary to repel invasion to vided, Mire beingjifteen fare Statet it'lovlJte

? ; I market, it will be sound policy to pay it, rath. event out Presidential election be would' be intelligence b)the Caledonia.The Flori of our citizen!, and to punish I, drawn D the question of Slnt l
and the
commenced the Senate itotdjdivij
;' difficulty through some three months preceding on
: ('I than to the semiannual inlere.t upon returned in rJtnoit electoral in' with violence dearest J"P t
: pay
? college our the
'r
-. t: .:. c\'erJ misunderstanding of the Mayor, Armtnd Mar- upon mating: rte mutt ,given ty the tl
c Ihe debt if the tion for 50 six
The interest out. Ylt
: it. upon France. i celts-for any in the attitude of men who say dent. THe VIEWS or MRK.OWJf P
p .: ..'. standing treasury notes khall be funded, from the Constitution has alrnady rast: in an interview with a deputatiqn froma cents. To clubs of 5, 10, 15, an and to vindi 01 THE DBJtCT. Js FILoac It A AU

.\ .. :; the end oflhe last fiscal year until it shall fall I AccordingJ. body of insurgents, who demanded the resignation unnecessary IN THE SliGht)? AND roanu..u
: meet this first difficulty! in its will be furnished until honor. I ever a government and SENSCOFTMtTl .
of the Provisional
of the members per
: '. ; due and be redeemable, wi.J beery nearly I working, and the Prt&idtnt. instead of beingelected Government. On Thursday night barricadeswere $G, $9, and 812. Send on for war, ours had; but yet they The lct. bere disclosed are 1 I true, and 1 ori.oUI l) i..
; equal to the principal, which must itself be pointed to the eventual overthrow
.t the : of
,.j directly by people unless he has the The abstained from il, until forced into Sovth(
errected throughout city. low-citizcns. Circulate the I
i'' .J' ultimately! paid.Without absolute of the rotes is rappel : of Mexico in liberties thai we may nol treat them ttlraly.
majority
: an given, to beaten and the National attacking our army .
: ,'.1 i; changing or modifying the present be selected! by the National from Guards was called instantly the day is ours. borders. Notwithstanding this we think of the principles of an abolitionist,We\,.4

taif of duties, so great has been the increase fit'. highest candidate retured Asembl... I The out.sseized that oflhe their strength to oppose it. and voluntarily associate therewith our own injurj

I, f> our commerce under its benign operation, The election! of Prince Louis Napoleon a about the insurgent St. Antonio portion and threatened city Editorial with bitter rancor those who,under torch, blood.bed-and the desv1alin.r IUI Lea-,.

: I. that the rncnue derived horn that source Colonel! nfthe Fourth Legion of ihe National Foubourg ,UlllA, and steads. And what is I tbe man w bo tin
f be Hotel do Ville. On the fighting prompt1y vigorously applied diloe nor.
'. .: and from the sales of the public lands will, i il Guards "f the Baucue! vice D'Ahon She, resigned ( The Friday first Dear D.-Since I left home. I hare meet the emergency. They will pos of the abolitionists against the SotUkJ 4,
-' is confidently I believed, enable! the began. insurgents were at suc lie, Calhoun Jackson, and Wuhin abolitionist. One who it said
be
government has been definitely Thus fo .
will: find thai is an
i 1 .. dccared. cessful.! Larnartine: rode out with Gen. Cav- Tel it not a arrant fanatical
lo discharge annually several millions of the and hare a good opportunity lo abolitionist who
4 Louis in hal and
t Napoleon appears on stage a and staff and in his the cause of their country. A urges ictrodoces acre
:-, debt' and at the same time posess the means military. character. A new pretender i is spo. endeavors aignac to restore order.\I conspicuous of feeling among the Democrats. indignant people,will ever ring. anti slavery petitions than perhaps even Gidinu

t of meeting necessary appropiiations for al ken of in the perbnn of the Prince ofLouch- It was at length found to use the dinenlion. and dusatijfactiou in their ears, that to give himself,." is disposed to fraternize with lh barn

;t .' '. other proper objects. I leI Congress shall tenberg, the son Prince Eugene, and a relation artillery hut at night the necessary emeute had gained leading Democrat in Calhoun and \ to the enemy by deed or by burner," and represents a violent, w big abolition
authorize largely increased expenditures, fur of the Russia. ; I if they have existed, they do tot ist
'f Emperor constituency.ht is Ihe
the wrath of ground of bis
ground and ctrength. On Saturday, the Assembly deserving all good sdhesion .
...l ". -' ,nhjrcts not of absolute necessity, tho wholer Tul HOLSTEIN WAH. declared_ itself._in, The Franklin I never saw more union, to 11!,. FILLMORE: ? He supports him on it.

i public debt existing before the Mexican war, War in Denmark continues unabated. At permanence. satisfaction with our candidates. ground that tieift""
I 4i.
Government resigned ; and the Supreme executive t the candidate cf those who are ''ELL KNOW, fouljcct"ot
1 und that t created during its continuance, may conference oflhe Kings ofSweJcn and Denmark are a popular U any nominations the extension of slavery. Well I
(
kaowa
authority was given to General Cay. the war of their has said
paid off without any increase of tax h at support Certainly, not in the Soulh
I -
0 aignac, who declared Paris in a state of siege. war our national honor has except so fa
befoie it will fall due.
/r. on the people, long which attended the Brit. our candidates for Governor and
Copenhagen "'a by The whole day with the exceptions of a amply vindicated." Our" nation. a they are seen by bis acts to be baleful to us. UIs
: 't' # '. Upon the restoration of peace we should ish minister, the Russians on behalf of Den. likewise elect a Democrat to the present opinions on the subject are"
thunder uellknciaCm
C little while during a storm was spentin require the splendid battles
our
: d /: adopt a policy suited lo a state of peace. In mirk demanded that the Germans should County will Democratic the.
; fighting, which was attended with great give a majority it the war was unconstitutional and \orthern Slate Ayt they are"WELL SJewathere .
& doing this, the earliest practicable payment avacuate both duchies ny negotiationswere to forty votes. The Democrats of to be, they ever have been
fcliould II'fc" blood shed. Towards night the scene became was nothikg in that case, 10' a opposed to lbs
debt be cardinal
,f 'f the public a piin.ciple entered into, and Schleswig was of the stamp-contending for dearest rijjbtt and interests of the South
Ihe department rih
II the ; awful : troops were pressing in from these men have managed to pick acc \; of action. Profiting experience given Russia; would claim Holstein according are not to be to the
} up changed by any thing testimony ol the
of
and the Mr.
*, contest was desperate. a man who supporters Kimcoir
: I <.f the past, we should avoid the errors into I to the treaty with the Danes.At oflhe will be wanting lo secure a D expresses! li. now before

.- nhich the country was betrayed shortly after Berlin, on the 14th inst., a collision The President Assembly on Sunday there. Our friends have made certainly implies his approbation But there Ui is
I a scheme
that after frightful, of'
announced sacrifice being
carried
the close of the with Great Britain in a any Ihing, and who besides i is back on by
In few war after that took place with the guard, arising out of an lift the Government bad completely! suppres- lishing a Democratic paper during the of its heroes (hey will find it the Northern abolition whig supporters of the whig
1315. a Jean period abroad : workmen who had
to disperse some circulated in the: West. There i ij."a
Slid Iittitu'Jiiious construction of I he attempt sedthe revolt on the left bank of the Seine, It i it an act upon a par with ticke. consideration that las great
pow. gone to the minister to demand work or mon I attended two birbacucs in trti$4/in Iheir minds."
Ha
it
and that Gen. Cavaignac Lad given those on denunciation of the President and none in the miodr
of the federal
.
era :government unfortunately ey. Being refused, the guard attempted to the right side until ten o'clock to surrenderihe people were adJre'-ed by Col Milton of Southern men ? The .\tAt Stales have
a
leceived but too m-ich Tho ugh
., countcMncr. JUpersc them, and five men were wounded.The fighting however, continued all day. cratic candidate for Elector fur the W majority in the House of hot Ih.
ihe country was burdened with a heaty pub. like no comment. I explains it R"rreulatie;
news spread lightning. withreinforcements Col. u one of the best I (the conservator of
Damorictere
On Monday Gen. arrived 1 stump Stat our rights
)
lie debt, large and in some instances unnec. Barricades formed and the most satisfactory information. ea are
were ,
people and, after ten hours more of heard. He is very interesting to the equally dieulcd, t there being Slate,. '
and expenditures were ", what is said about the national Sue J/
extravagant discorercd that
cssary having the Arsenal was the entire attention of Ihe audience, the should be drawn
the Government the
terrific slaughter, troops were lit on QUESTION
I, The country the evidence of or SLAVE
authorized Congress. JelL 11 o'clock madean I amplest .
) consequence unprotected al at night, entirely victorious, the insurgents being either the principle of democracy so I EXTENSION, and the Senate thonld divide
was, that the payment of the debt was post. attack this and it cealy prudence of those who have man .gto-
upon building plundered slain! scattered or captured.On derstand. He is humcrout, imprps apHeallile.,the CASTING VOTE mwt H
... ;. poncd for more than twenty years ; and ever ofabout 2,000 stand arms and of the troihiis Instead of a war debt of $150 or pM
al Tuesday all signs resistance had dis. taining and seldom makes a speech by the VICE PRESIDENT!"
then, it was only accomplished' by the stern of war which it container! crowd been recklessly! a"erll by prom-
: appearedtogether with other evidences of dis. c ng a happy effect. I have no doubt Has not Ibis fact a double l weight when we reflect
will and unbending policy of prsiJcut Jack. of the until \"i be seen to be but little over
kept possession building ten
order. Over five thousand prisoners were tak to the democratic side at each ( that the abolitionist supporters of the whig candi
t con, who made its payment a leading measure o'clock and then retired. The next day was fe'era This fact speaks trumpet.
.. of his administration. He resisted the at. uict. en, and a commission has been appoinedlo! try The peoplemany of them have not ; of the factious assertions d.le support Gen.TAYLOR with FI.LXO.E.O th,

tempts which were made lo divert the public | A LTUIA. those who were arrested under difference of the principles of the party Whigs,and in ptaiseofour: dem ground that: they will gain the inflaeace. and ti.

The insurgents, and especially women, been misled by I the name of Whig, ." casting vote, of a Vice President, to deeply djedia
that and
money} from great object, apply it in At lague the Emjiemr of Austria having I
I wasteful and for other had treated those who fell into their hands men the sameas in '76. Give them the principle of a'olitioniim. that they fear t I.
extravagant expenditures t refused to confirm the Provisional Goiern- Do
I. with the most cruel barbarity. The hands the subject, and they are tale place him in that National know
objects, some of them of more than doubtful n,'nt, and Prince Windschagratz having eiec- Whigs no away from the! soldier one- pilion They
.. constitutional authority and expediency. ted batteries around the town, the mob became a"nd feet of some were cut off and others tor- is intimately acquainted with the pitnce allowed him(for clothing.." that his feelings are to selional. 1 indissolubly r

\ lithe of the United States shall tured in every conceivable manner. [Our the country, and of our leading 19. wedded to tlmeir.secti.napoxlythat he would oerer
government nfumtcdand with the Students
.. I in its rose en mass, desp itch at this point, is somewhat abrupt.] men,and is consequently enabled to & by the Sentinel, of the act for the peace security and rights ef the whole

osenc a prort economy: expenditures utnnntin/! !. uepuucs The next moved day all mat was me qui-As. The loss of life in this affair hat b* *n ir.. th.t iiirvrraadon "necca.3rv aad 80 once lefuted. No language it Uni"II this Ihe sort of politician that Southern

; : our foreign; relations and to the few general embly should send away all troops and put mcndous, and is estimated at between eight from them. He will thoroughly. to this report and hence we usa whigs .propose to aid in elevating by their votes?

4 e rilijccU: of its rare, enumerated in the const! tlH mseh'e under ihe protection of the people: and ten thousand.: Six deputies and fourteen when he will visit: I the Middle! and, A'o custom of the whig to retract a What evidence have.they that he is.not the abolitionist

u :r lution, leaving all municipal and local Icgis.J.ition '!['hi* was carried and the government reined. general ofcer lost their l lives in the struggle.The por.ion of the East. before the election. call upon the Sentinel pub his Northern friends. state him lobe) Wt

to the Slate, our greatness as a nation Bishop of Paris was ruthlessly shot didates in the Middle and East do the ir Gen. CAMERON, before rui.he cal fur the evidence if there is an!. \e feel

in moral and and in weath! down while approaching the insurgents in an charge to the winds We D
... physical power, r-n\."" roughly and as euYctuallv, we need con only a pltica1., but a personal interest in this mat

and resources, cannot be calculated.! The accounts from Mecklenburg report the endeavor to restore peace. success in Florida. ,and the disturbance of our ter. S every man in the South. Down

t By pursuing this policy,oppressive measures cipetraiion of 8erio'J outrages by the pea. SECOND DESPA TCl. There was a large gathering in I oflmper. when we see men as- with those enemies who would threw a 6rebnDd

,. '.. operating unequally and unjustly upon sections: anlry, six thousand of whom have formed H NEW.YORK, July 12-G P. M. on Saturday. Col. M. addressed the high-tortcd honor ,stooping to re. into this Union that could only be quenched by the

: and classes will be avoided ; and the people, and, ant commenced the work of conflagraion It is universally conceded, that Lamarline'sbravery and was followed by Major Finley, of upon the public mind charges blood .f our citizens.

.0 having no cause of complaint. will pursue I pillage, and assassination. The dwell saved the Republic. The troops all The Colonel was too much fur the I electioneering purposes. We
.. .. their own interests, under the blessing ol by an additional letter. What .Sir. Fillmore
: ng of one oflhe principal noblemne at Jorge. embraced him with cries of" Vive la Republic shot, a the feelings of the people
The of the New York
equal laws and the protection of a just and thovr some pretensicn to Washingjvu u correspondent
land has been burnt, ana Basedrid, Joenack, !" te. I will giveyou a fuller account of political

C .: paternal government. and Burgschlitz the of Count Hahn i Several have taken in (he lion hereafter. was decidedly rich, this article: Evening Post recommends, that Mr. FiLLwoit.the:
pioperty changes place I I
Dy abstaining from the exercise of all powers GENEP AL'S OFFICE, present nominee of Ihe Whig party for Ihe Vice
are expected to be attacked next. The Admiral La mane refused (he served up in a very graphic stile. I
4 not clearly conferred: the cement of our Bc'l ministry. appointment .Washington, June U. IS43. Presidency, b placed open the "free principle"
from other .
counts parts Germany able, I fear, to do it justice. Suflke it
are and
gtouioiis Union, now elates (. of Minister of Marine, latad- to your note of the 13th in.'.. I lirtpf with Mr.. Van Buren.. .intI Mr. Do.ts< hu
numbering thirty --- --- --
I ly gloomy. General Bedean that the discussion resulted in I that the allowance for o
was appointed. was clothing i1eridential
I d i will be btrerigthened we in ae and ap I declined the. Viet nomination of that
a grow I MlsCELLANEOCS.Mr. the has been die
of Affairs Marie ing correctness democratic present fnd.
increase in population, and our future poinlellni.ter Foreign ; i, no faction The discovery of the reason inducing Ihep.Jr.
destiny rate t the
Oliver Lang, Jr.of Chatham, has been National I satisfying the people of the of same ($3.
will be without a parallel or example! in the Pletident Assembly. necessity ) allowed before the passage coirespondent to recommend this coalition of
J the to furnish a design the canvass. Washington, will I
Gen. recommended
i ii present
l,;. history of nations. ord\rw Admiralty Cavaignac strongly ISand- more thai one dola parties will surprise the whole people of the Sooth
,' proposed by him. for the Presidency.Nearly account of herself this fall in both than i is allowed to soldiers
I less it did
I no than us. Whether tbe motive of this
; ,6. JAMES K. POLK. A Dr. luerbood's mode of preventing in. alll the prisoners taken bad gold in other good hu been the result of the : '
". t (nUy. writer is to have Mr. F. run both the whig sad
:; WASHINGTON, July 6, 181S. action of sea water in their The Whig of Jackson have been a
possession. very
I
R. JONES, Adjutant General. anti-slavery candidate for the Vice Presidencyware
marine
boilers has been ordered to be report. Assassinations are frequently taken placein endeavors to sow dUsession in our : ,
unable t determine. Certain it iJ, bowevei.t*
: .. The Strength. nfthe Strongest Whig Argu. ed on. discontented quarters, by poison and secret up ,e'erl candidates, in '.Washington States:, Washington, D. C." has this( gentleman decided

; ...;.. mrnt Tested.-"I he strongest argument our Mr. John Abraham Del, a popular oratorat murder. cratic fide so that by running one given a very recommendation -
S .
to tbe favorable notice of the .free
'.". Whig friends can use against Gen. Cass, is, Manchester, who ba repeatedly declared On one of the in urg.ntsa found the be slipped into the Legislature. Sural \that Fillmore is an abolitionist, priDipIe"

T .. that he will involre us in a war with Great his willingness to die for his country and the draft of a decree written; in pencil a follows : have been in the field,but there is now a e of his duties a Represen. Convention to he hoi Jen at Buffalo.! The correspondent

:. : Hritain, should he be elected President. This Charter, has absconded, leaving his wife and Article 1st. All citizens who pay more understanding between them. Calhoun he has presented a petition for" ials'"Le >
in the District of Columbia. now Mr. Fillmore the candidate on Af
S "" Rime argument was much used against Gen. children chargeable! to the parish. than 200 francs taxes shall be deprived of their ington will send a Democratic Senator } ticket be nominated. / think 1 tan ttfttj
(
..' Jackson in his first and second canvass, and civil and political rights for ten 3 cars. ocratic Repreenltivl to the < the charge made by the say that Mr. Fiiltnore it rnctty. enthvsiattietlly,

.I is but the sayings of the Federalists of 182:! SECOND DESPATCH. Article 2d. All property, real and personal and likewise give their usual Demoratic Igls Mr. Fillmore. The Cassite favor of principle mQt Prrru.-

: .. and 1823 raked up against Cass. It is Civil war in Paris-Great destruction of Life 'belonging to citizens who have exercised if not largely increased by new ridiculous a conclusion be at. Upon Ihe most prominent of Ihe other contronrt!

.. .- known that this was extensively used and functions since is confiscated. will be a questi.ns! be is probably a decidedly
public 1815
S relied Mfdiaiion England Aupted,4'e. considerably increased in both the Sentinel was well appri. -I 1 mean the tariff question. If elected,he will b
upon to defeat the hero of New Orleans o Article 3d. The Constitution France i also a Democratic gain in both. makes a statement for us, to President of the Senate, which is now so strongly!

.5 ,.. .4: in both those contests and Air. Clay went so The fto\'ing dispatch came lo band last that of 1793. I know but little of Jackson a yet, le, which' we never dreamed of. democratic thai it is not probable that the presiding

far a to invoke pestilence! and famine; rather evening correpondent at New York : Arice 4th. The Army is disbanded. the informatian of our friends. They hten the Sentinel with the officer wi. during the next Presidential term, bus

..C:u than his election. Well, Gen. JacKsn NEW Yeast, July! 9-8 P. M. ofth killed and wounded vole en any important question. Ougfct
and
\a ment quite sanguine of success. we have made the la extend
A good against not therefore opportunity
elected and telegraphic dispatch to the New York b IDproe
difficulties!
.. our foreign then many Courier and differ materially. The number will probably we evidently alarmed, and are using neighbor has not attempted, the platform free princplrl Ca tbt rooo

.' : .. and delicate, were all settled without war, Enquirer, received at Liverpool reach fifteen thojsand on both sides. regain their lost 1 ground of last j ear. to disprove the facts, ,.i be afforded for all thoe .) agree wit
and this scarecrow has slumbered until the from Paris, dated at noon on the 24th ult., The total amount of insurgents engaged in The atempt. radical democrat on the one question a issUer
impossible. efforts of iriends
friend and adviser Jackson says that the crisis has actually arrived in the our of Congress, convicting his I throw out the suggestion for the cOnidentioa t
one partaking conflict was about forty thousand. loudly in the
present canvass, and most ft
Paris. h03tilty-determintd and open- the convention, to meet at Buffalo within a
1 of his Roman firmness in an eminent: degree, GENERAL NEWS. voted with the then will has days Mr Niles has earned the right lo be placed
Democracy to the
f On the the proof let
$ : is a candidate fur seat he filled with Friday 23-1, telegraph reports contrary
;\ a so much The English Ministers bad fifteen major-! so, and their cumbers will be We on'this ticket better than any man I know aodH
honor and usefulness! to his country, when it is bat the troops and the National Guards were lIon the Su question.. believe that demand of him proof of expediency did net rather point to Mr. Fillmore.M
.': I L I b fighting with the and a single meeting takes candidate for the Vice Presi certainly thoutd: receive the offer declined by
lo* ,again put upon its legs and made a stalking desperately people, Vilencia has been returned to the Italians. here Co
I .t horse to fight tht timid and those who wish that a terrible sacrifke:of life bad already Iakn Padua has capitulated. Trieste i is bUxikadnd. Count \ our princples are Millard Fillmore of abolition Dodge.."
.. place. converts to our caue.Ve h and votes in He This i'i seriously something new and interesting
to consul England's choice in the election, ., .. The Lombard was defeated near Ve. Congress
"- army good speakers on car side as well South. thinks "
: ; voting for the pattiut and soldier! candi. I was also rrponeu mat tne proffered me. I a of slavery in flue District of to the The writer he can tofely!

,'. ..a date of the Democratic party. In rEviving iation of England will be accepted by Aus. rona.A formidable Carlist movement has commenced The fact is the people here have been :! the consent of the citizens. He that Mr. Fillmore is sincerely, ENTHUSIASTIC..*! .

ria the Italian new, a to the difference of party one of in favor of Ihe piineiple of the Wilmot PrteiM
4. ,. .. this old humbug of the defunct Federalists and regarding quarrel in Spain.It our trit'riall"'s pre. :
last year (the County never from And hence, bethinks, the of bsvinj
this
coming to State
national republicans our Whig fiiciid admit is rumored that the Army has \,3 I to ex more worthy

tv ..&t the poverty of their cause and their utter inability THIRD DISPATCH been ordered to invade Spain.Au.triar ciple. When the people have light, He favored a t'e- his name connected with that of Mr. Van Bores 0

: all get wrong or da wrong. Hence (he to pass a law j-roticting negro the free princip:e" ticket.
to
bring an;thing at tangible against There is but little doubt that an immense
our candidates.-.fiui.uijpi Free Trader. Nr.w-YoRK, July 0-9 P. M. is Poland. ion last year You tnay rest assured in the slave States, and ask We had convicted the Vice Presidential rwiniw
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: marching on
army will this year tell a small difference in of the record,r
Convention
An express from London received at Liver. I There is a of speedy and sending through the Post Office Philadelphia from the
prospect a
.".. .,.;.:.4. Hear vliat (;,'(dY-SOYI.-.1 short time ago pooh on the 24th ut.! states that cotton was termination of the German war. A peace draft of a Thus fa as I have visited our papers and documents to di:. Con eor aidinf and abetting those who oDII[

; : .the N. Y. Tribune thus spake of General tete than on (be previous day, the decline Constitution has been framed, which is dedly bright knd brighlning. Our f"ore JOIH1. R. GICCINCS, hostile to the Souh: by his speeches and; ; bet

:; ;':.; 'raJJor! an Jd. having been recoveied. Price likeljr to be approved. popular-the people are satisfied with Representatives moved to censure we,were not before apprized that he .is siJfCMtTENTHUSIASTICALLY ,

t '. .:.":: *. It i* n u'f t toy thai Gtn. Taylor/ is no! "erefirm, with an upward tendency. TheContinental Tbo French departments are generally will support them. There are no resolutions in which mutiny in favor f prindfl'

-'I .. a J' :tir. The fact is. Irishmen, Germansand disturbances' alone prevented a tranquil. among the Democrats-or Yancey men ( ,) were justified and approved of the mimot Proviso /"

;: .r Catholics, caunot and will not, and ought good; business being done. The rebellious disposition of Greece has friends.are united. Not >with (the % all r nse of law, order and hu But who hu the better means of knowing the political

,;; Po to tote for any man whose party is officered The Liverpool correspondent of the New been completely subdued. is not popular ; and a to Fillmore. they acte and sympathized with the views and feeling of Mr. fVlMire on tk.

'.i-: :" and drilled by such men. If St. Paul York Herald ajs that all the Carolina rice The Danes continue to make reprisals at to mention him at all. The Whigs here an opportunity has presented slavery question, (* question 1 ilalo the South

X.a: ; ,., was lie candidate for Piesidenl, and St. Pat. has been bought up by one individual on speculation sea n Prussian commerce.v Clay men. Major Finley spoke Dearly, t Ihe rights of the South under the that it sinks all ptbei into inigtcaceJ lbll.

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::, rick headed the electoral ticket he wou1 not git ing a high u 17s. 9., and the England i" lle''. All tumultuous o Saturday,lauded Gen.Taylor to the i reckless of the conseu.nce to fellow-citizens of the North

J : ;" receive ihe support of the na. market wan bare. assemblages oflhe working clule have rrot mention Fillmoie'i name once. and homesteads. Mr. Fitx- Iff <'
freeman ?
It is inherent in
: turalized citizens under cucb an organiza Austria accepts the mediation of Englandwith ceased, and the excitement has subsided.InELAND. inous. Yours, truly, and have supported'our- sea himself.a right tIle political principle every and *Tiwol
"
!t"t"J tion. Italy. Help for the Tvylorltei I of Congress-has favored Ibose into whose hand the administration o i;

r :: During the cfrnflct at Prague Princess Windscbgrutz The armed movement in Ireland is unaba. THA DEV STEVENS; : .good an measures by his. tpeeehet and government m.y be rbcGn Taylor lo

It'. ( : .V, C y.-J he N. Y. True Sun of the was kit d by a rifle shot ; and the ted. Thousands are flocking to the clubs and according to the Pennsylvanian a ,a ever to Ibis, he i if charged, and Del.,- !the June point U, 1s-. in your Idler I do.ot. !Jf t

I, \ ;; ;th just ftjyt that a 1-tter was received in that ,'rince'f on mortally wounded.' I Government i. apparently unable to devise a- nigger out of the District of upon evidence the whig do I myself at liberty! tte express my frank opinionGen. .

,. ..4.-;:" city the day before, from Mr. Clay, dated Jun The Princess was rescued from the mob. means to cheek the movement. The union of in favor of Taylor and Villmore. I that he it a the Taylor la Mr BirkeyJvnel3.l9- Alv

30t which be sass he "does not endorse the The was no Knglith news of interest or m. the l league was not jet perfected, but the for. o loves Taylor If it,but Fillmore more!" the flllmot Provio! 4' 1 hold no opinion which I would no' rr i
.5 of General : mttion looked for. proclaim to my awembUd countrYU.n.--Gt
& Taylor, and furtherbe prance stirring. was daily helps, Mr. Sentinel. upon which we base the swer- Taylor to Jlliton. 1548. .
t\tiZ\ uses ibis significant .1nug. "no note continued ctit, and the nrganizaion The Repeal press, headed by the Irish Felon !. ( candidate (or the Tice Presi My own Capt.personal ppt .p2.better vu ir.hrld

can I be properly t1JO Ifre the maker of clubs for training \&incrfuing.I .- revels undisturbed in the use of what may $:> Messrs. G. H. SMITH and T. 0. and not open the ground till the end of the *u'-Signal Letter,M* '

"Hr signs it!" t I They had about 12,000 members in Dublin be termed most seditious languageNo have been nominated by Ihe Whig of because, in the discharge of 18"f

.) ,W alone.A doubt remains that a considerable pbs their candidates for the Legislature in preaWled'petition ( the abo- don'i know whether Gen..1I14'Tayloi'Ihe Win "
: o Wilroct Proviso or not.?-CConfrttsm&n
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We are highly$ gratified at tb cheering accounts to the consideration or tbe Southern people I may b officially informed that he._acm- choice.Retohed. ,New Hpbir. bill, rapcctabU citizen vt D and:TAN WICKftbrti Praia*f

receive from different parts the State. The whatever. I he does not tepee openly of his by the Philadelphia Convention, and elicit i could 3d.That ro ths office of Vice President, that place Jalu the COlt, of Coos: o Sdrgery In tL. FrakliB Medical College of
o no man hare been selected more to oar satisfaction a
.peck t of a t u which appeared in our horizon when mer coarse in opposition to tbe South,Southern reply for the latitude of Flotida.O than William O. Butler, of Kentucky-with I, Georj W. Ingenon; cf Lancaster, hereby! certify practice Philadelphia MEDICINE) have f rtncd*nd a SURGERY o.partarhhif, and for for the be

the democratic nominations were first announced isirell cannot support him. 1 be does thus repent, oar principles insrib on our bannerand with such that I have been troubled with the Asthma for INSTRUCTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS-

nigh entirely and the day is becoming Northern friends will desert him. Hence, the The RUl and Rd".* paper established at standard ba are ready to do or die.. about twenty year I.ast November, when. I began Patients (rom a distance c.a be well accotnotoSat.

and pe every moment. The title dis- bability is that he will ever remain inimical to L. to promote the election of Gen. TAT RtMID4t. That we have unbounded confidence taking Wistar'a Bal-ao.cf Wild Cherry I had been ed, and on reasonable terms, either at be Hotels..tPrivate
brighter taken down the flag-changed its in sterling iutegritv of Gen. Wm
pointment which seemed to threaten disaffection South. Then, ,suppose he is elevated to the Dame Bailey, and ao acquaintance Jo most earnestly unable to do any thing for several months, and had! Boarding Houses nl"lh. cilj.Ina can receivefrom i
. the editor,giving good reasons for the change, is long the Sobcribers such Surgical at.
from ticket,is fast aprearing. The democrat Presidency by Southern rotes. Will it not b recommend him for the support ol the citizen. of nor, except a very few nights, been able lo rest in ten'ion a* their caste may require.A
) O for CASS and BCTLR.DEMOCRATIC .
rallying to the standard cf their party, and their shame-a burning stigma! The South turned I Florida lor the office of Governor.Retohed 811 bed. .lmot I lO as I began to take it, I felt limited number 0| OFFICE STUDENTS willbe '0.
are Srt.That Ihe"Son of the old Dominion "
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I tor to its own interests-elevating an enemy, : MEETING IN FRANKLIN. !.I relieved. I have taken about two bottles. My received v*bo will supplied with Booki,Plates, .t
the Hunter ol KentuckyWm. P. DuVal.i the manu
Jrincple. could have been the result! of the secoaJ giving him the means of striking her in a vital 1 I (our choice to us in the next health altogether improved. *A few returns of the Anatomical and other Preparationswill be rerfi-
Wht At a meeting of party of Franklin reprint Congress.On larly examined in the progrees of their itodies, a C-
t sober thought" which those who seemed dis- to the second office in the gilt of this nation of tr on Monda,th.1mocttc, ,, I 4. Col. ROBERT, I On motion, it was Ordered, That a copy of these AftLma.which I have had in that time. were almost c:.rdinr to the mode pursued in the large Northern I

have taken ? Gen. CASS is the candidate men. FLOYD was called to the Chair, and SAMUEL proceedings be forwarded lo the Central CvmnittecnitCorreondence immediately remoe by taking the Balsam. I rest ci I if-will be taught to cumpoasx and dispense

utise their principles, and who has long, Bur, before the election, we confidently expect ; appointed Secretarj. at Tal.ba e. and that all the well,and ray heal I h is,and has been for some months, Medicines, and will be iintructed !a the mince
"bl represents The of the been stated Democratic papers of be requested to publish (per day duties of the .
meeting having by Surjje)n-Bleedihg, Cop
the banner of see a state of feeling existing in Florida b.ct (hem.: better than at time for e3rs. I'
tad ably, and faithfully upheld dmo. rroper motion it resolved to appoint a \ any previous many ) pin?. Bandaging. &.e. ir.Perha .
uey,and, what we further require, he publicly declares this subject. Like South Carolina, who was F to draft resolutions expressive of the On motion,the meeting then adj'lurnr.ALER cheeifully lecnmmend this medicine to all who are .>* no Private OfTce iu any American citt

in favor of our Southern rights, that Congress what counted on for Taylor and Fillmore, of the meeting, and the course to be taken by BACH LOTE. Chairan.ROBr. similarly afflicted. will aflbrd a greater variety of new and approved

to exclude slavery from newly-acquired will not accept the ticket. Like Louisiana and Texas nartv in the annroachinz' elections. BBOWH. GEO. W. INGERSON. remedies, or present. dorr practical facilities fur
has no power I Me ;s.vm. A Kai, Robert May, Foster, students.
territory. A true democrat, and opposC tothe Wil- the people of this State will rei use to barter I I *E Gray and Richard Parker were\thereupon I From the Washington Union Lancaster N. II April 25, IMtJ. I In connexion.with this department, it may be proper il

mot Proviso, what more could w'e ak P Within the their dearest rights merely to subserve party end. said committee, who, having rdirt for a i THE LAST CHARGE Price fl per bottle-six bottles for five dollars. to slate that as soon a4 po* ibean! Infirmary,

of the Executive, nothing further do we demand. moments, again appeared before I meeting The Washington scribblers For sale by E BARN'ARD, Jr. Druggist t. Tllaia for the ieeption of both Medical and Surgical Pa i
phere are
the Oregon BUI. their chairman, made the follow ing attempting tints will Le opened, when student vi ::11'bnc lbs
through
Dlpalor I D. L,\DD, and bj Druggists
candidate for Vice President ee, Newport gene
And we have a I to blow a monstrous bubble! out of a very small -
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On the inst., Mr. Clayton, of Delaware REPORT : 0 c practically ttudyijig dutatet.Tjllaha .
I 'gainst whom no Southern man, who is a democrat, .moved that the (Oregon) under consideration WHEREAS. At a previous meeting of (he Demo nflair, which we were surprised to see introduced ally throughout the United States. ee. July 2);h, lb4- I'

can breathe aught of opposition. He is a great soldier with the amendments Ii : of Franklin County, a resolution was passed, !! into the Senate Iy two whiz mrmter) -- -- -- .-.----- -----. -- ---- 'J.T.J. WILSON. M D.

a great democrat, and a great man. We were together pending b f.ting that our delegatesto the National Con I; of such sagHciljv and ttundiiig as Mensts. Man- By the President of the United C. C. VAN \VYCK. M D.
Committee of member be selected
Ii to a eight to should be instructed that, in the event ol an Jul.J] 1 6rn
considerations would their due I and Johnson It is -- -- -._ _
tare that these have ballot-four members from the North and four by said Convention to foist a Wiltnot pro'i!o gum .Maryland. a thing States. .11

i influence UOI all who are really attached to democratic the South ;" and suggested fut(ther,"to make it manifest lot President 0: the country, would be I in which Gen. Cass had not the slightest' Notice. it

doctrines. They could not help seeing that the whole that this is for them to pro et against audi action, ant I agency ; and to demonstrate: Low little &f.:"ice A LL perx, having claims again the entitle fOr 'i
to country no party measure from the Jlnd Khreas, Athe late Dr.-Isaac D. Newton deceased, L ,
ol
) : on
Convcntit.n
: there i is in the that the various eJi-
our candidates were in every way worthy cf their ,that. .two of the members of the opinion of this meeting that no Mich attempt % a suspicion County, are revested to prevent th .1 to the und.'If

support ; and they couU not but know that, to abandon from the North be elected from one party and by any persons voting in the, Convention; but, lions have been designed for sectional purposes sign cd Adminulittiafur within the lime prescribed bi

them, would be to surrender I heir foitll,aoJ this from the other party in the Senate, and the the contraiy, that all the just rights .' thtS.lUh. we submit: the following core.pondence, lAW, or t this notice will be plead in bar ol their recovery '

they were not prepared to do. with the her peculiar institutions, were strictly respecttd showing how indiscriminately the editions ; an.I all persons indebted to said estate are
Suth. preserved by the selection of candidates for Pres have been circuated! al! sections: of the eque ted to make immediate pavment.
But iu addition to these considerations, the b m- among
This measure: ".a hailed by members of both and Vice President, whose pail ln.ie s to the PATRICK SMITH. I
by the Whig Convention cannot '.i to satisfy Democratic and Whig parties a the harbinger give assurance of safety to al! sections cf the United States : July 15. 1513. .52 2m Administrator. .
democrat of that he should support Be it therefore < SENATE CIUMBK l
every
For peace ; but the abolitionists this mode
CAM and BCTI.BK with his utmost zeal. Where opposed 1 Resohed, That we disapprove the course of Washington, July 5, 1849.I S I N' pursuance ol law, I. JAMES K. POLK, President Molasses and Sugar.
withdrawing their firebrand from their bandl. delegates to the Baltimore Convention,i in refusing choice between of his
there is a a nun principles, Motion carried. Yeas,31 ; nays, 14. acquiesce in the nomination made by that distin- I opponent declare and make known, that public sale will beheld 15 13 and one of no principles, of course he could not lies On the 13th the Committee was appointed assemblage; and that hcwever much the I arc endeavoring (10 create the impression that at the undermentioned Land Offices in the State ." sale low by the package .' ..

This is the position with reference to CASS follows Atchison Bright regret a difference with those gentlemen, we there have been printed at your office several uf FLORIDA the l.eriol hereinafter designated, BIRCIIETT & LlWE..1 GEt't I Ior
iat bolota. : Ctayton.CL'n. and hail the nominations of different editions of his life J
and TAYLOR. The 'former governed by demociatic cordially Case! -each edition differing tu wit : July 15, ISIS. 2.
Calhouii, Dickinson. Underwood, Phelpt Butler a' the itilchicord of D mn'rav.hicb from the other and designed for circulation At the land office at STILLE.Commen. .
principle*, the latter says he has not had time to in. Clarke. (the veil frrri the future, and gives bright pro. in different sections, Union having ing OD Monday the ninth day of October next, for Cr18taIiri Caridlea': fI:

veitigite political questions, .u centh. to deter. Whig in italic of success in November next. "fhf he disposal ot the public lands situated within the
mine what principles he will ryor. And when tt.ere We this will eventuate in 2. Resolved, That, in the choice made by the Na- I. reference to the supposed state of public undermentioned townships and parts of townships GOOD AS SPERM, for sale at 30 cents per pour.4 iI
sincerely hope plan Convention, of General Lewis Caa for the I sentiments. I desire you to inform me as to S iz : the box {
i a efaoice between a man for Vice Piestdent, who is settlement of the slavery question in Congnss(oreer. lucy have selected a wel.trifd..firm, the fid connected with the publication and Sout'i f the lose tine, and East of the principal BIRCIIETT & LINDENBERGER. .
"
atdent Southern democrat, not the l 11a3t inclined consistent Democrat Iw'riJian. July 15. lS4 ,. 5.
a
a patriot, ,
; distribution of the editions referred An
to give up one iota of Southern rights, and who is a The uiiofleudlnc Candidate. his country, has always rallied to her ( Colj'I I .. to. The fraction of toun-jhip seven, situated east of .
rabid Whig and an abolition!*', certainly no Florida .There is nothing in the views of Gen. TAYLR in the field, the cabinet, or in di-feuding catty replY wuiourge! I he SUMannee riverexcept( Sections one,dci en and White Beaver Hats: .

I democrat hesitate what to do. This u the al- to make him offensive to any party."- Whig payer.We interests( abroad. I Yours, .1. D. BRIGHT. welve,) and the fraction! of township Un, east o! B EST quality and most fashionable stylejust received -' ;.
\ll should think not, specially as he,Las 3 Retohed, That, in General William 0 Butler, : Messrs. BLAIR Hlns.CONGRESlN.L .aid riterexcept( tc."mIlntnelhletnl nineteen by -f
ternative presented lo them. The mutt choose between have a ilistiniguiahedrepreeentstiveoftluat name, '! & twenty and thirtont,) of range fourteen. BIRCIIETT & L1NDENBERGER. J]
vies at all, or, at rate, sass he has none.
Bcn.Ea.lhe gallant hero, the warrior, patriot any :0 by the I'ps of Washington .his live j I'rJCtiondUcmnship i I thirty-six of range seventeen. July 15, 1843.51 ,
.
I \ and tbe firm and faithful democrat, and FILL- moo nerd be offended at any thing that does not exst. ," whose private virtues,, courage, and pub.i i GLOBE OFFICE, l Townships twenty-three Iud twenty-lour, and ; .

MOKE, the Northern Whig, who believes Congress The views of a monkey about our politic t culnel', gi\.f earnest of : Hue patriot anC a Washington, July 5, 1646. S rictional lovtnhips Ihirt.one. thirl>-six, thirty- t 'Notice. I
lairs would be quite inoffensive who would Dt-morrt. j SIR : In reply to your communication t.f even, thirty-t-rght and th rt.nice, cf range cigh- months ater'! d.&Ielhe r-ill pre-
u.idon'gned
and abolish in OIX
las to slavery our ter
power prohibit Resolved That I this meeting l,1 l the
of making that funny auimal President of the 4. approve this date, I respectfully state that there have een.Tcwnihrps O sent their accounts and vouchers the Houor'- l-l.
1 ritories. Can even Southern wings doubt a to their candidand manly avowal ol principles; made II. ,. "entv-three, and twenty-four, (raeI -
been four' editions of the Sketch o"the Life tile Judge of Probate of Benfon County and appl/
States ? A child' Idiot'sie would
or an \, hardly the Baltimore Convention and cordially agree i I baa ton rahi thirty-one, town-hips thirty-six
djty when such alternative is presented ? ; ( p .
a for letters of dismission Administrator and Adminintratrvx
ta
: offend an body, but still might not be the Central Committee of this State, in bMiev- : and Public Services General Lewis CASS .hirty-jcven, thirly-ei and fractional township at
j Here we have a double motive double in ) a alogether of the estate of William Bojd, late u/
uemenf safe o prudent to make either of these President.Nor I. that they embody principles broad encuzh and printed at this office : two bear date March, hirtj-nine, of range nineteen. said deceased. '
tj sustain\ the democratic nominations-bec.u,e they enough to uphold and sustain the, Constitution Townships twenty.three, (except the wes'ern tier County,
1849. Of these there edi.
is ii should be elected was printed an A. & A. CL.\KK. .
are eminently worthy by reason of their principles a reason why T.u'LR all its c< mpromises, securing rights equally to tion of' 9OOO About of Section,,) thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-six, thir- Administrator and Administratrix.Aneusta. .
that no party can be offended by his view a. He .: South. and West. copies. 23,000 copies y-seiru, thirty-eight and ot .
and characternf our support and also because the Nurtl. Fast thirty-nine range Ttentcin ('o.a.. JulY I. 1'48. 50 6m
sold!
uo view He docs not know enough about politic* : hearlilv approve of the nom were by subscription, and distributed as wenry.Townships.
candidates of our opponents are unworthy, bv reason matters to form This ii his .own of General William Bailey for Governor.and I fuOt: To the northern and western mem thirty, thirty-one and thirty-twoof Notice.AN I.
p cf the want of principles of cne uf them, and of the any. oft-repeated P, Duvl, Esq for in the i I of I ran Ri-presenlative about
Congress, 16,000 copiesthe ; APPtlCATro wTil be rcafe the
len al next
and he
declaration believe
I bad principles and abolitionism of the other, of an' we tur. \'hdlu.r i Congress and will me all honorable: exeitious j Town.-hips thirty tlirly-one., thirty-two, thirty-
balance the
to southern member of of the Certc-ral of Florida fur
Consn-ns. Assembly ,
democratic Southern capable! ol forming any ma}' he well dl.ubttd by thoswho secure their election in October next. three aud Ihirtv-four. of ranle twenty.two.At .
or a.iy yolf. have carefully read his letter*, and observed t C, Retohed, That Franklin County, ever true to II Of the Iwo editions tJcaringdalc June, 1849." the land office at ST. AUGUSTINE' commcningon .a. charter rf incorporation of the Stockholders irt .
These have had their influence. The democrats The Siulhwes.ern llail Road of FloridA.
things r Democratic faith will give her Democratic can I about 00,000 copies hate been sold by sub. hnda.lhe sixteenth day of October next, .
see that their duty urges them to the supportof numerous eontrdlctuul, chaiigesand vague reIurk 5 a majon'y at the elections in October and I fccription and otherwise, and distributed as follows for the disposal of the public lands within the un- July S, 184a. St 3m

the nominees of our party. I some of them hesi which they contain.II next that will prove her to be Democratic I To the southern mem'-ers of lrmention townships and part of lown"tiip.,viz: Wanted .
:
i is in his views offend I Congress, the base line and East the
there nothing to any one the clre.I South of of piincipalmeridian
tate awhile, there are few. if any, who da so now. there them The meeting was then addressed by Mr. Kain and : about 30,000 copies, and the balance! to the SITUATION as TEACHER a private family '
neither to
A
They feel that their principles and their safety appeal u fiy thing in recommeJd Flovd. and on L"olion. northern and western members of Congressand Tovrniihips eighteen, nineteen and twenty!, and or academy, by a yonng gentleman who has hd .t

to them in behalf of these candidates. Theyaie him to the favor of any party. S far. I an'' Adjourned with three cheer* for DemO rCy. orders from abroad. On the first edition fictional township tvrcntv-one, of range twenty experience in giving instruction' in the diCerecf, i
'
principle is to bs advanced, be cannot be R J. FLOYD, Chairman. eiIut., branches of English, Classical, and Mathematical !
iou ing up. They are putting on their armor for date "June, 1815,000
bearing conies
lor the purpose. Those who care nothing for SAMUEL BEXEZETT, Secretary. Fractional. township nineteen and townahip twenty, education. antes in every respect qualified to pre-
I the fgi. The spirit of truth impes them onward. him with "frt printedand sold out entirely to members of r nge tr.enMnme.Township pareycuthi. for any college in the Union. The a : I'

t The good work is going forward, and the resolve i i. principles might support some propriety DEMOCRATIC MEETING I IN HAMILTON. Congress, a per subscription list, without : I wenty.four, and fractional township slicant: can furnish lesliruvnials of ability and character j

daily gaining strength,that every democrat must putliii but those who seek the good of their country regard to their geographical position There wentv-five, ol range thirt,. ,ami will he lOIti.lied1'itb a moderate salary. : .
not of. not him while he Pursuant to previous arrangements, a large pori ion ,Aildre \V. U. TSavannah
man support Townships twenty-two and and frac-
band to the plough, and speed it on. This i. .. "Il Democrats of Hamilton County met at the I have not been at any one (lime two editions of tional Iwer.fy-four July J. I'-la. 50 .
concealed" what he would t.f township twenty-five,(except
carefully policy
what we are glad to see. I argues devotion to principles pursue.Democrats IIou*. on the fourth of July. On motion cf the Sketch of the Life and Public Services Ihirt.en. twenty-four and twent', Stcic'utweve.)
which is above the reach of whig humbubtr are not accus'.ctned! to be led by the nose M. Ste"al, Esq., Captain DANIEL BELL I General Lewis Ca sn for sale! in this office. hirty-one. .fY range In WakuHa Circuit Court
the dark where else and will be called to the Chair, and W S. HARRIS and J. S.
in or they
any 'er
!. Let us continue to speed the plough. Even The copies remaining of the number Townships twenty-onetwenty-tw,tv7MiTy-three, SPRING TERM 1S4S.
far 'from in lit Esjrs) requested l to act as Secretaries. surplus
YU.Ci and
motive of duty of principle, of sectional interest "following a path only by The Chairman explained the object ol Ihe meet printed and eold of the first edition a above of twenty-fourandfractionaltownshiptwenty-five, Thnresrin Lumpkin, Agent for) Attachment' '

urges us all to constant, earnest, and indefatigable Whitev"' rys.'bale'.er others ma* dothey j'I to be, the bearing from the County Committee being rendoied unsaleable by not having in it Township range thirty-two.nineteen, Section one, two, three, Ibbul LUClrn, Debt $00..

efforts to elect CAl and BUTLER. not be guilty of such folly. The attempt of ( by a preioul meeting to place before the Gen. Jackson's letter, were thrown under the Section ten to fifteen inclu.ive. Section twenty- J f Bond ?1SOO- .:
William
Whig Convention to the intelligence party of Hamilton, a suitable nomination S.Carpent.
upon
impose I Representative in the next Central counter a wra ping.pa per, and hate not at one to twenty-seven incasie, and Scit. thirtyone defendant and others interested w intake no- J
Difference of Opinion. the people and to stifle ther independent judgment the Committee, through th AI.emby.Chairma anytime sine been sold! or given away to any thirty-four, !- thirty-six in frac- THE of tbe ins'itation of the above suit by at- .:
,' Wh"l j tional township twenty: township Iwenty.one,township *
succeed Honest
in this P'
can never countrj. and the declaration
tachment. plead to
There seems to be some d.ffercnce of opinion between : Stlph, Es-j made the following repert : person or persons whatever, except upon the tweniy-lwo! (except Section one. twelve, thirteen appear ;I
will demand some other reason for TAYLOH be the Dem fried in the case within the time prescribed bylaw. .
sustaining The Committee lel.cted to place furs
: of .
whig member of and and !
the Southern Sentinel and Northern letter application a Conrel twcnty-f.iur twenty-five,) township iLN.GRAY
than the fact that he has been recommended by ,party of Hamilton County a suitable candi and .
and officer cf the twenty-five thirty-three.
writers in regaid to Mr.mu', lolndles on the to represent said County in the next General a whig House made on .Mon twentyixof range Attorney .'for PlaintiC ;
Sections three, four five Section nine to fifteen .
whi
,
politicians.
wire-pulling :
abolition question. Who shall judge between them ? semblv, have had the same under consideration. day, the yJ instant. I sold to eack of them inclusive, Section twenty-two to twenty-seven in- July 1, 1S-J3. _50 3m r,
.ie:
The Sentinel runs up Mr. 1.. name for the Yice What will the Whirs dot beg leave to report : about one dozen copies.I (a'lsif and Section thirty-four, thirty.If and Molasses Barrels. :&

Presidency, firmly believing him. safe for the South The correspondent of the New York EveningVast i That we have unanimously nominated cur worthy herewith enclose a copy of each edition, thirty-six in township twenty two, township .
n. Josiah BaisdnE q and beyour Sections to six inclusive VERY CHOICE MOLASSES BARRELS for
with the several alterations marked. twenty-three. (except one ,) 20
on ttm all-absorbing domestic ()Ufilion. Northern quoted in another article,calls upon those and hearty supportOn I I of thirty-four. sale at the Store of S. S. KNIGHT. : :

den, however, think him sound, and a quarterover shall attend the Buffalo .free principle" ab.lilion I motion of John G. Smith, Eq Hf report of I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient Fractional range to'Ans!hip t". nt .lwo.lhe four eastern June 17, 1S4S. 43 '.

," for the North, on the ONE question at Jue""mreE&EY Convention to nominate Mr. FILL& OlE, and thu.improve I committee "a unanimously concurred iu. I. servant, tiers ot Sections in township twenty-five, and Sec- PROSPECTUS

ENTHUSIASTICALLY ill faroritf the 'opportunity to (it end platform On motion of John Lee. F.;r., : Z. \v. MeKN'EW, lion one to 'four incusive. Sections nine to fifteen or !
I That a committee <.f three l b. I
Rrolrtd appointed Clerk inclusive, and to
Congressional Globe Office. twentj-fwo twentyseveninclusive
the principle of th ll'ilmot Proviso!"-and, free principle ,far that room will le afforded the chair to wait on Mr. Baisden and infuim him I' Hon. JESSE D. BKIGDT, i in township Stcion'twenty-six, of range thirty- Tbe Sonthefn Littrtry Gazette, .J i
therefore, worthy to have his name auociated with all thote HTiigt who agree with the radical iltmocratt his nomination. -

that of Martin Van Buren on the one question at issue. (\iz. excwin I Whereupon the chair appoinlr John Lee. John U. S. Si nate, Washington, D. C. five.Fract innal townships nineteen and twenty,of tange A WEEKLT JOURNAL ATCHDAT, COMMENCED, THE ICTH OT IN MAY...ATHEHi.GAO.t i.
Smith, and Benjamin said commit thirtv- ix.
i Eat Southern Whigs, of course, knowing the of slaveholders, with tLeir property, from the terntories Rolos E. From the Richmond Eqmrer."GEN At the land oZce at TALLAHASSEE, commencing EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS. :I

I ticwt andfeehngt of Mr. FiUmore, '( much Itt- ) Mr. Bai-nlen being present the committee waited CASS A FEDERALIST." on Monday, the twenty-third day of October THERE is nut, South of the Potomac a single J:

!. tee than .\ rtlt men, (he having publicly given i this union of the names of VAN BUREN him and informed him uf his nomination, which It is matter of little importance whether nut. for the disposal of trpublic land litu.tc whose sole object is lo develope ar.' '
in his hearty, adhesion to the principle laid down FILLMORE be where our Soul hem accepted and tendered his thanks to the meeting I I I a within the undermentioned and pails foster literary tate and talent i in the South; and lh;.| ..' ,
the (fc'te "'i the di'finction conferred on him by the Demo or not a statesman who, for forty two years, townshin, to wit: to\n.bip Fact is certainly a sufLcient reason fur an earnest at- .
I'hil"dclbi. Con'enliol(:),) beg leave to Whig friends stand ? Willtheyfrateriiizewith Y of Hamilton. consistent Democrat did when establish such The failnie if
been a :
party! has a KmUk of the lose line, and East of the ft inc ipal tempt to a journaL
.ia r entirely-on what good and uffl- BUREN and FILLUORE ? John S Pur.iulce. Ro introdnred. the following mere youth wear a h black cockade," or bold! meridian. previous efforts car.net be regarded by the intelligent .

dent grounds, they have failed to show. I is admitted by some that the Whig nominee ( .:lulions,all of "hich were unanimously adopted: Federal sentiments. But the Richmond The two eastern.tiers of Sections in township mind a* an arzument against such an attempt. Those ,
I. Rejoiced, That the late with Mexico a failures have been and ) tbe .
the Vice Pre war was two the east half of township three and tonnhip may probably were re-
i i.
unsafe *
ideucy for
&tU they Come. now enough on our part, and resulted from aggression on the Whig in its sterility of important charges has four ( the : tier of Sectirns,) of range suit of circumstance no longer exi>tirg. The need I.
except
stated that .the Whig of Galveston Texas, South ; then, whit will the Whips do, i til of the Republic of Mexico. dwelt upon the youthful opinions of Gen. Cass, three. e.cr of such an organ in our midst, is so universally acknowledged -

I U should be loaned to the abolitionists, I a main pillar Resolved, That James k". Polk merits the ap- II and has brought evidence to prove that be wasa Township two. (except Sceliontom to I twelve inclusive thai not to attempt to supply the deficiency -
are hesitating about supporting Mr. Fimor. ; the of that "platform of free principle to" of the American people for the zeal en Federalist, we to explode the whole and Sections seventeen, eighteen nineteen would indicate a disregard of fee signs'oftbe

Southern J.tia a Whig paper, refuses to raise his .that room will le affoided for all those fidelity, wisdom and impartiality with which I } of propt.se the thirty and thirty-one,) Sections hit and seven, in times scarcely more surprising than inexcusable.
witnesses.'fha .
n'hg. has the duties of President the charge by one Whig's own The the and the rand advance of
nime ; and Mr. Bolser, of Alabama, one of Ihe original discharged 01 township three, and fractional township 6e,(except progress o age
Taylor men, to support him. Mr. Bel- who agree with the radical democrat on the "; niltd States I j ( paper of Saturday last brings forward Sections three, four, Gv. ut.s.; ) of range fuor. the South in Commerce, Manufactures, and Internaf
refuse question at issue 7 3. Retohfd, That we most heartily approve the the Zjr.enillir Courier to prove that in early Tow nihips!three and (our, fractional townshipfive Improvements, imperatively demand a corresponding
ser served in Congress with Mr. Fillmore, and has of laid down the late advance io literature. Te. aid in this object
We guess they would then acknowledge, if tll platform Democracy a* by youth Gen. Cass was a Federalist-and for of f range five. great -,
therefore lo that he Convention at Baltimore it is i be has established Weekly Journal at the seat
reason l.f is unsound at only Town. ip five, of six. a .
ga will not now, that we in the Courier range
were right holding the truth of it vouches Dr. Mitch.
upon tbe of these eternal principles that our republican in. Township nine of twelve. cf the University of Georgia and rallied around it
the question of slavery.Florida khut FILLMORE op to the South as one by no means favorablv can cubsifct. ;I ell. We give below! letter from Dr. Mitchell Sections one, eleven range, twelve thirteen fourteen.Sections the best writers of the South. i

\i people their eyes to tie inclined to her interests 4. Resolved, That "e hail with delight the nomi which annihilates the billy arid ridiculous twenty-three to twenty-seven inclusive, The Editor is assured of the snpport of his sble

lijht which we have exerted our humble efforts to of General Lew is Caes for President ol the Desperate must ) be when and Section thirty-lour. thiily-five and thirty-six coadjutors in the Orion Magazine, and also of much. e'.

disseminate, and which is turning many in other Another Difference of Opinion. States, who. in the late war 'ill Great Bri story. party serious in township seven_ and townships eight and nine,of other assistance from the roost prominent writers of
its bring no more chargesand
States to was the first soldier to put his on Bntish organs can range t thirteen.I the South. The GAZETTE U made up of matter both
a preper perception of the danger of elevating .Readers of the Sentinel, we are sure, will acquit and who, in the more recent war with Mexico, ( I hose utterly unfounded. ) against tie Democratic The fraction of township seven situated west of original and* selected"; anJ comprises. Tales. Essays.

Millard Fillmore to the second highest office us ot expressing a mere electioneering CPlion.Ir among the first and last t to stand by his country I candidate : theSuwannee river, of range fourteen. Sketches of Travels. Pci tty. Criticisms, and a General

an the gift o the people of the United State*?- ( an opinion Coruld since his nomination, the (ouncill of the nation at home and abroad, Front the Courier. Lands appropriated by law for the u!e of Ibols.miIita Miscellany of informaf&n in all departments of
Were his name not connected with that of a Southern WE tay that WE entertain mass mtncrfor Urn.Case whose qualifications are eminent and undoubted. ZantrUe or other be excluded from Literature, Art and Scimfe. Particular) attention U
is it than any other politician of hii grade in ( 5. Rt.olrtd, That it is with equal pl"a"ue: we I D. II. LYMAN, Esa.-Sir : In your week- the sale. porroscsi given to Scientific and Practical Mechanics.In .
man, probable that he would get a solitary whole Country."-Sentinel, (emphasis, our*.) .. of Ihe nomination of General William 0 I lr pnper of June 2J, which has just come tin. The offering of the above mentioned lands will be Mechanical execution it is surpassed by no contemporary tJ

Soathern electoral Tote? No : and "hy ? Because Neighbor, that was an unfortunate expression ler for Vice President; the hero of two \\rl, der tbe following )language is used in commenced on the and in and the aid] of the fine arts will not be

*e would bo then consider him sound on the slavery opinion of yours-for many of the great men of ho has fought as a soldier and 1t I a patriot indmg I article my eye in relation to Gen. Lewis Cass the order in which daYlapJilded. proef al convenient wanting to enhance his attractions'. Portraits of
: *
question. Does hi. connection with Gen. Tav- countrv. teem to think otherwise of General C lo conquer a peaee for his count rv- and whose I an dispatch, until! the whole shall baY been Southern writers, and pictures of Southern Life and
lor make him tbe > stands unquestioned. .And wn may also! remark, since our fellow offered, and the ales thus closed. But no sale shall Scenerv.will be presented. .
any more sound Nut a wbit.- For instance, your friend, Lawrence, 6. Retohed, That satisfied with Mitchell has been cited wit. the lends cf
AJbot we are perfectly citizen, Dr. a a he kept open J longer than two week, and no private The Editor confidently appeals
All that be has ever done, or said, relative to this he has seldom met with such a gentleman. candidate* (for Governor m.mbr to Congress i ness in this matter, that he, too, well knew entry of any of the lnd" will be admitted until Literature in ihcjSopth ;and he is happy to announce

tyiestion, is positively again us. He !a fratcr- made use of the following language in a we wilt give them our support. Cass when I le to Zinesxille, was avery after after the expiraion two weeks. that his enterprise is i of no doubt fil" issue. Bv private

.. 'e with the mOt violent opponents of the SoulhK4 speech in Vermont, in reference to the character On motion of Mr. Slph. it was j camp from Federalism." Gi..n under my hand at the City of U'athinnton this effort a large anj generou.Iit has beenobta 5
Resthed That Ib of Ibis meeting recent convert Svlucribrr have
< proceedings third day of July Anno Domini one thousand tight ed. and upward of One TLovtand *
slavery institution. He has been opposed, in the Democratic nominee for (the Presidency : subvrribed to by the Chairman and Secretaries, I By what authority( you have made the above hundred and pledged their tupport to the papn Until this was

tkia% action, by Southern men without distinction of .I know him well. I have brC"tn bread wit. forwarded to the c'dilor of the Floridian for | declaration I know not ; } ou are, however, By the Prfident r.rly-eiJt. accomplished therditor wan unwilling to publish

jwrty. And b has never recanted anything that he him in hn own house and he with me in mine I', entirely misinformed the subject. JAME K. POLK. his Journal, but it is now riven tn the public with
on
las e.er said or done in favor cf the abolition faction is a gentleman man of unblemished l On motion of Mr. Sl \"al. the meeting arfpnrned.DANIEL RICHARD M YOUNG, the nne )ui vocal a uraiice that il shall be permanent- j
in the North. ebaracter, against whuli nothing can be juwtly said. nLL.: Chairman. I. I A now no stick Iking Commissioner the General Land Office. TERMS UThe Southern Ltitrory Gaittte is
The Whig leaders M low him WILLUM S. IAI.tl, ) S I hpcamc acquainted with Lewis Cass in o published weekly, on a handsome imperial quarto of

now, not because the! have any coofr nee in him, Closed Doors I JOHNDEMOCRATIC s. rtRYUCE, S U1 aJu. the Full of the ,ear 1806, on my first visit to NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. 6 pages-;>rinted from new type, un fine white pa.pci'

bat solely to have his influence in the election of A rumor is spreading abroad to the effect. Muskingurn) county, which time I look! a h.us. Every person entitled to the right of preemptionter .5
2. It is furnished to single subscribers at 7\r*
MEETING IN COLUMBIA.At
Cea. But believe of lands within townships i and psrMof
any
Taylor. we Ihey been thl
count without there Late
must tome
understanding to reside in and family out in Feb.
brought my above enumerated, i i4 required Ie estib'wh Dt/lfart Dfr annum in adtance-and to clubs of six
their hosts. Southern men love their rig fill more the Whigs in the Philadelphia Convention, net a verv lames Democratic meeting, livId it Ben- ruary, 1807.( At that time Lewis Cass was townships the same to the tinf.cti n of Ihe Register and Re- fur Ten JWlats.PJ .

than they can the elevation to the Presidency of the notify their candidates feaiing /a their letter ul, .in A.Columbia D. .county for the, on Uurns'Saturday and ,BlounU the IK day ol I a firm and consistent Democrat. In thoessdae eeiVerof the proper Land.Other, and make payment (: -'All communications, not containing remittances
purest patriot that ever graced nor ( into 1.4" Ferry) practicable after teeing Ihis no- ,or elicited articles, must be post-paid to ensure
kick soon
OIt! acceptance might llftig /oP( nonentity ALEXANDER I Ine.er heard, either among hrs political) therefor. as attention. .
ACIUrn.F.I the ,
for
Wbij leaders think to drive "the rank and We saw this of Northern the Chair, and lice .ndberorf the day appointed commencement
Te nothing o connivance aleJ lo lJr. I.ERT was fricldl, or opltllt thing rtscnblinff a of the public sale of the lands embracing the WM. C. RICHARDS.ATHEW t.

61., as they are pleased to call tbe yeomanry of our Southern Whrgs in their published proceedings; and Jacob Secretary.Capt. T. GoodVe. moved the appointment I charge of h tt hrin changed his IxJcalsenimens. tract c.imotbewiuurh.cli.wi1 forfeited. May 13. 1S4SFletcher -

country,into the sacrifice of their tigfifs on the ala if it b true, we are forced to conclude that Ibis aCoriiu.ittet-offivetodrarirei.Iutioiis, rEpressive G. InstituterpHETrusteea'of / '

()f party ; but they will not be driven. They un one of (the little matters of agreement entered ( the sense of this meeting in relation to the Demo He was elected! a member of the L-gisla. C"irt.f. II Qeneial L Office. Institute. Florida C

det their rights-they understand the object of under cover of closed doors !I" This mailer ic National nominations fur President and Vice ture by the Dea.i party of Mu Liugumrpuntj July ferrnce.. will offer Fletcher for saleon Tueitday.tbe 16h mJ. -

the political onion of the names of Taylor and Fill- somewhat dark taking other things in COln ( nt. and also our Slate nvminlonf for Gover .,pnd ,nro cerain, Gen.. Cass had August next, a number of beautiful building lots,'

taore. They may love Gen. Taylor as a patriot, Kid with it. Gen. Tijbr was in N. Orleans, at the and Representative Chair to Conjrfu. Messr In pUnnC Jic b be fore,1 hat time been a Federalist, i would Medical Notice. situate at Fletcher Institute, near Thomasville. Ga., q
the
J.laC implicit confidence in him I a Southern man ; d.tt' from that city. The Philadelphia .which Goodbread motion, Jetties L. King appointed. Carrel Yai.zandt.., not bare escaped his opponents in the campaignbut DR offer. J. L.his CALL.pir>fesional haviBg services settled to in the M.tieelio public.OT5re .-, a high terms, healthy: One-third, wen-watered hone-thiid place on favible the following 6rt-

loft they will forego the gratification of toting for had adjourned without day quite a month previously, Burns sndThom R.uler on said committee. I herd uo such thing and bclieic no suck : over Ding Store. January IS49.one-i Mmd January, 18VJ. Pnrcb *eis'

him baut the Whig leaders-not with Ihe con. but tbe General states that he had not been I The Committee r.lif.d, and after a few moments thing.I July 21. II48. I IT can procure from one to four acres together, a* may

..lt fr Gu. T.-nave fasteaed on his skirls a man of his nomination by the General Convention up I d. and b their Chairman, Capt.wit fioodbread, have from the date of my first acquaintancewith suit them. Persons wishing to look at said lots w il
resolutions to
the :
*boba spoken and voted for Ihe abolition of slavery that date. (These rascally mails-how out of fix !) I Resolved. frlo".itg. .at the resolutions adapted by the Gen. Cass until the present time, always Water Monkeys. call upon Wr Hodson. at Thomasrille. who will ex"hibil -
to them of the ronnd. .
"tht District of Columbia, without the consent of The General had received, and replied to, the proceedings Democratic National Convention at Baltimore, esteemed him a sound politician! ttti'l lie has A N exeelle-nt article for (cooling water, suitable a plan. P. P. SMITH Atrnt.

tb ONf o them and tb soil ; f,0red the introdiiction of. meeting at Raleigh, N. C.,ratify ing such, that all Democrats, both NoIn. South, certainly given abundant evidence nf his Im.eof :1. for lamili- l'or faIr by Jane I 10.148. 47Coffee

tato Congress,fo its eonaideratign, exciting. nomination by the Philadelphia Convention ; but I and. compromising Wn. may unite IB the thereon least (, and do bal inte, connlry ; and I a Itale.mn I think he has JRCHE&LINDENBER3ER.

J''me tke abject; and i insisted that Congress knew notldnugociilv of his nomination by the of either. h pia no luperior among the great mfrn of the nation. Jul 1,15,5. : / .

La ju ttdictioii h. And I That the crisis in the affairs S BAGS OLD JAVA COFTEE, ;
0\1 they know that these ret Convention I this is tht settled game of /e'tlrf42 present Divana.NE : 64.'J 50 d Rio do.2do.Laguira .
-a Playing this gem. fu,inile shall II" inclined believe that I : ant tUe peruliarsiloativn of our Govern Yo"i please) publish ibis note, and oblige pair of Mahogany Divan, for sale' hyBIRCHE17 < do.
par. Wblnd.we and
No dinandi the selection ol' I statesman
O bl"lht,if M. Fimoe wet, t. come is,until we evidence to the contr8.tc I ..experience nd acknowledged* 'dip yours, ROBERT MtC1ELL.2znefit U &. LSDENBERGER Just received and for ale bySep
".1 etezy ia 'alU gflh.L % Jane e 1 J647. V LLOYD tr TLA
18,
:! 4 h;eW ". T.ge,! Jo ifee Sntiflt! tbt r-r ';ritlj of jetting !: ti. bbT itEei G JVeddrnt c three. Utite! :3J.111rt. :

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't! \ .. From tke Ptlttotfrt..4rp.'I' THEloloioWbit. we ufn TOThI Catn- Newport Spring, florida AJCEKDXKSTS T TBK Boot and Shoe Ma. STEAMER. GLASGOW,

i a..1): .. ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. "fom E..Frazer,of of the State } the
1 Kershaw # Co.nUuUO Florda of LUAE
and
District o stock
entire
: !: .;' We perceive; by an extra of the Sun of this matera1 .
\\f. Farmington,Kershaw District, S.C.. 7 a rxLD,who is the State
'I'I : morning thnt the steamer Cambria armed at May 19.1S46. J Proposed and agreed to by the third General inform hi* friends and the

!I : ;. .. Boston yesterday but owing to tho telegraphic I have used in my family Dr. luU. Fever and ; Attembly ; subject to tA action the next i is at present at the old stand, where JAMES TUCKER, MASTIX.

I I r/\!.:'. wire* being out of order between New Ague Pills, and also Dr. Spencer' "table Pills THE WAKULLA HOTE having undergone for the last two and have hesitation in He has hand the finest T olbi. raod f
*
; no on
years pronouncing i now for the reception ad despatch.
Bo lonlle not \ open informing the public that
: .7 York and news was received ; new
I I' them tu be excellent family of under the Mrs of ., and all soits of and will SUan.r
,
.111 mot meicaDend guest of mattrial.
: .t :, :; until iLls morning. The Cambria brings SOT.rn a an art of justice to the worthy proprietors whose experience.uprintmenee quali AN ACT to amend the i2lh Clause of the 5th Ar- make at short notice, and in the maDntr. GEN GLOW i is now River performing between her regular tripe M

tj : later and important of invaluable Pills, I will state, for the information loDE! that tide of the Constitution of this State *o that the TLEMEN'S" BOOTS ANDSHOESO1 Swannee Columbus end
; ::1 I '\:; days Intelligence very thee I hostess warrants the promise no expenseor of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offi- every descrip boat i i. strongly built of the e
and of all that mywife would Judte tion. Boots Tooted, soled,and otherwise repaired in
from Trance. The despatch below is dated .alifarliol concunt attention will b withheld that add to the of lerial.and by two thymes Ila.
I. ; .prior to >nr marriage, or less comfort and of visitor ce a term of eight years instead during good style and at reasonable charges. He will propelled and eapt4. *f
'i 1 pleasure wart carrying one hundred ton. burthen
\ :. New Yor July : the of and Fevers for about eighteen good behavior. done in the or 40
subject Chi These are situated on the St. River, his work to equal to any place, bal.
Springs Mat and JfouseofRepresrntatices b cotton, with suitable accommodations!
favorable Sccrioiv I. Beit the Senate
:, 1; was most throughout various remedies without enaetedby fr ,
months
suc ferry ps.sengers.
\ having five mile above its junction with the ,and Florida in General and to give .golatsfaction I to fitting a any .of light draft, requiring .
the State of
of bUI.eenten .
and Ireland for and much reduced in flesh. A few inch.eswatev.thentmy
'' : .,0" England thegrowing ce, was very eighteen miles South ofTallahasseein i the other enabling her
abut of to
;; : and the market for breadstuff crp da}* after our marriage she commenced with Spen of a healthy pineregion, to the constant Aucnbly eo fed.Tha the 12th Clause JOHN : perform her 'Iripi
open ben URCt tezularly at all cf the
'. \a dul the 5lh of of this State year
i &. Pills, audit, a day or twoafterwardwith breeze from the Gulf rendering wide ArtIce 8, 1947. 41 Iealn. blwet Colon-
j' Huf.Pi. sea i a r nee, he Msy I bus and Cedar .
to read follows, viz: That at ( Keys leaving
receding. each every TfJES.
she used about box of
J ; I
.
; the months
-t : p during sultry summer delightful.A
J FRANCE. hal.. her health truly expiration of the present term of office of the Judges DAY morning at 'i o'clock, A. M. and Crdar Ker
wsa : *
been thrown
bridge has East
Shutginl lubtanlia over RYr. of I he Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY morning. .Should sufficient
r 'l. The of the moderate party of France and strength very rapidly, return of and sea shore ,.
: bop ligh.hous the Justices of the Court, he extended, or the of pro
j Chills and Fever tinee. I believe these mentione Supreme age mluet. shipper
+ are defeated by a revival of the m"diCne hours lide on or in carriages where con. : subscribers would call the attention of the her req1ir
to two
L and of the Circuit Court shall be electedfor perform trips per week the
.: to be harmless and safe and when nit d ges rUE "proprietor.
1. ':,.. : old Napotean Party, who have suddenly risen directed, are attended ;with satisfactory a'perfe ly venience for sea bathing will be found at all times. a term of eight years, and ,hal hold their ofce to the choice and extensive assortmentof will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the ntcemr*
The connected with the Hotel
..' .t. in faror of Louis Napoleon! fur Emperor since E- FRAZER. bathing ftabli.hmenl for that term, unless sooner under provisions GODS, now receiving per Brig Waku'.la and change,or add another new boat to the lint,

r. 1.etL 4 his.el clion to the National from L has been thoroughly repaired,and impronmpnt made in this Constitution for the removal of Their stock has been selected,with care, calaeityto the one now employrd. A*soon o lik
Assembly prlc-
made so that [lunge and can Uf- fashionable establishments in New I
Ihoe from the most ticable this boat will extend her
Judges by address or impeachment and for wilful trips .
Planter ;
The influential
; ". evrr.il following testimony from an nished at all hours of the free of up th$a
,l1 : departments. in Washington County, we take from the Macon day chargetovelherwilh neglect of duty. or other reasonable cause, which York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices, wannee river lo the Upper Springs, and also op the
H ':; & : : the Govcrnmf ascertained the acknowledged intrinsic enabled furnish their customers at
Asas
,: soon as shall lot be sufficient ground for impeachment, the they are to prices Wilhlacoochie river. "

." .. the movement, a hundred thousand; troops Telegraph Washington: County Ga January 5, 1347. Ions.effect of lo I the the water invalid in and particular citizen cases of leisure, presentattractions not Governor shall remove any of Ihem on the addressof I proportionately low. Their The undersigned would further state that be in4

.: 1 : '.. "'e"concentrated in the Capiol. Dr. Calvin E. HuH-Da Sir-It has been about surpassed in the Southern State Those in pursuitof tw..thirds. (he General Assembly; ProD d. RIEAPY MMi. ] otheis, proprieor of this boat, have availed themselves .
howeirr. That the cause or cause shall be at JlO of provisions of an act entitled An
Fever and
:; ; Disturhtncescotiiiiuedtocurnight1yandon three years since comm nce using your pleasure alone, can always find boats for fishing is of the best of manufactured art it
I' .f length in such address and entered on the journals of improve the navigation and to navigate the
,
I Saturday no 1(1 than two thousand riot -Kf and .fn/i.FnN *, on my plntalion. I parties, or excursions the %'akulla Spring and the each House. And provided,/i/rrArr.That the can'e directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman, all nee river, and for other therein Sown
have had a Urge number of cases of Fever mentioned
5 : .' Chi. i Bay,or can enjoy the more exciting pleasure of :.he fear of i is thereby and purpl *
: era were hemmed in and taken prisoners, a. and some'few of Billious Fever, in no instance or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended .hp.trJ prelude person enacted at the last Legislature| of the
the Ten Pin the
chase seek exercise in ,
Alley article well
number of and Americans game lo be and he be admitted to a hearing purchasing may rely upon gelin an State of Florida ; that they have recently
'. :. mong thrm a English of either form of Fever have I failed to effect of Billiard or the healthful dance. In a word, removl. Rhal made. Among the articles comprising their organized
his ( for such their the
in remonlIhal to
4f a cure when followed and were any vote company pursuant provisions of said
were they
.. and some of them women. direlion. will done to make t the act,
thing possible
; every Springsan
,1 taken at the commencement of the disease. I have bt pas : and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALL AXDVLTER STOCK under the name and style of the Florida! Star Inter

'..&. '' A decree was brought before the Assembly had greater success in using your Pills, than with June agreeable 10. ISIS.relorl. 47 yeas and nays and entered on the Journals of each maybe found the.following: i nal Improvement and Steam Navigation Company.

; : ..; denouncing all tyrants and dictatorships, but any other medicine I have ever used in my family ; House respectively. Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Black, I The Cpopany will soon complete their ann 'I"I.]

'- I' : the people divided on the subject, and cries"a' there i!no doubt that when used according to dire- To Country Merchants. SEC.2. Be itfUt"r enacted.That the Judges first Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa .: of which due notice will be IIen. for pur hun,

} of Vive le Republic were drowned by cries lions, ,'il effect a speedy and radical t. '"pHETin Manufactory has now, and i. rcinstan'lyadding appointed under this amended Constitutionshall b Golha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd Cassimer doPellots Cotton and other product of country,o
divided liberal cash advance
by lot into four classes. The class all
Your, with J. frt and Blanket &c.. Heavy Pilot agon property snipp 4f
from than respft. OYrcoal.
4 of Vi\e le Bonaparte, more one EMANUEL BROWN. to its stock, a complete assortment of hold his or their office or offices for of two and Braver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk when required As soon a practicable a line cf

Regiment. Q3- The above valuable medicines, fresh and genuine Tin of all dfteriptions. I has added new machinery 'ea., the second fur Ihe term of four >eats,the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Black French Cas suitable packets will be established by the Company
which the work done better than
S?. I : Lamartine mounted the tribune, as pale are f
and demanded the restoration of the July 1. ISIS. 50 e rh years. do. Tweed inett leans (or the conveyance of freight and
I as ashes Fa. There is a Pedler travelling all the from Ma- ; also Sat and Jeans do.&c.: VESTSof pan 'r
year [Pu'Ed the Senate by the Constitutional majority, thereby securing to all its a safe
: law of' 32 Louis Whilst rianna the Suwannee River to the Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid patrons In
against Napoleon. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills to supply Merchants December, l't7. Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Silk ditiou mode transportation of their up

'. t.. speaking, shots were fired, accompanied by AND who can always rely on our wagon going by the Constitutional majority, January 6, Mazurka tc. &.c. eithei marke I well a return cargo to its plac.f

,;, 4 '- cries from without of Vive.le lpereur." Tonic and Restorative Outers. Tin.through. Any the orders section sent above by name and be delivering nromnllv the at. I I 1S4S- ] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths The rates of transportation wili in ntf j
15 18JS. instance
39 exceed
I' .' Lamartine sat down overwhelmed. Far the Purification of the Blo and Restoring of (ended to:and delivered at l once to the Mcrcharj-t April 6m Casiimers and Vestings unmanuracturl. consistingin for services,those heretofore charged or allow*!

( 4 ,, 1 One of the National Guard was shot, and the System from all [Qrl Secretion of the We state that our prices are always the game, with U. S. MAIL LINE pa't of: Superior Wool Dye lik. lot a material reduction nf .nMh

.' Lamartine turned it to account Gland, Skin and Liver, _\orbi Humors, and out the least variation. Cloth, do. English do. do. do., English Blur and contemplated at an early period as soon u
I : c. immediately I'itiated State the Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Beaver and the increase of business shall wannl.ucb ,
edutioD.
of ,
1 System c. We have hand the titles
on following ai well as. Back
and that it the first bloodshed The facilities
'A. by rising saying was Castor do., French Black offered to parties of and others
]11IE'E Pills and Bitters have been &steadily gaining in line ;, Ribbed do. pleasure
thing
kept our :
11 : in the e of,despotism but not by the every I do. Plaid and to visit the Kets, at all seasons of the f
: cau I. in popularity among all claws-are not now Furnaces, such as every family! needs; Fancy Striped dC. of the latest and year one *
:. I republic. The decree was sanctioned bj among those of doubtful efficacy or experimental State of the most approved kind in use ; Air Cotdn Tigh! most fashionable style; VESTINGS of Black and the others most healhy and desirable retreats for invalidsand

/ :. acclamation. Despite of this voice, the people character, but can be relied upon as compositions Stoves for Chamber, Parlors, or Offices ; Fancy Plaid Satins,do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen tic State,and the blaurirll and roman
founded correct and CofteRoasref Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia! of Rich scenery of the Suwannee M ill. it i
upon therapeutic principles, Double Rod Iron Pumps Ice Vesting illarpOd.ot
declared that Napoleon should take his ; Cream inducements
From Tallahassee to Macon. Velvet Plush to many to avail
.I confided in as safe, pleasant, and efficient Medicines zer., &c.,&.c. .&c.&c.ALSO themsbe 10 pl-
seat as a member of the National Assembly. wherever a Tonic or.Iperient is needed, and wherea June 16-43. 411Havana Through in forty-two hours from Ta/al'c to AN ASSORTMENT OF ant an excursion. I'

," :: .: On Tuesday the excitement continued.J .- Purgative or oimple Cathartic alone is necdeJ, the : Jlacon( and to Charleston in thr days, Hats and VBro. and This Company having I they believe,made all
Caps(Monterey Cotton
J Syrups in time lo take the Mail Boats Beach'd. lequisite for the convenience and
be erected Pill alone stand unrivalled. onirth S arrangements accommodation
'S Barricades Linen
were attempted to and Cotton Shirts
\
$ They will positively cure, and hart in thousands And Preserve* at cost to close the Sale \ the fourth day. Undershirts!, of the public, thev solicit its patron
? Elk! Cravats 'Silks
-. but an overwhelming military forces prevented of cases. Dyspepsia, Jaundice. Liver Complaints, 5 DOZEN Orange, Raspberry,and Orange Flower /T HE Stage will leave Tallahassee[ on Mondays!, Iat Silk and Merino do. I age.For
do ..: -- it. On the same day the Assembly re. Eruptions of the Skin, Sallow Complexion, General Syrups JL Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., Rich and Angola i further particulars, apply to Messrs. D. P.
and
Sdtin (
joked (he decree and admitted Louis to a sca, Debility Loss of Appetite, Suppressed Prespiration, 4 doz. Havana Preserves, in Jars, and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy Bainbiidge, Newton Plain Fancy do Scarfs >J Brown Undershirts, SMITH It. Co., Columbus, Mes-r SMITH &. HAR

:' : upon which Ledru Rolin and Lamartine wil< &. &c. As an excellent eradicator of mercury 4. Handsome Grass Hammock*. Apply to Albany Americus, and Perry,) on Tuesday, Jenny Lind j ade Colon,and, Cotton- RIS Cedar, Madison Messrs. PUTNAM I RICHARDS,

follow from the system, these Pills and Bitters are unequalled. J. R. FORTUNF.Agent Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M., in Blk. White Hhk. Kid Gum Elastic\ Keys,or to the undersigned.
c example.Wednesday.
The indication requiring Spencer's Pills and Bitters June 3, IStS. 4f
p j : .-Paris is tranquil-the people ,and when they should be taken without delay asa Ice Ice Ice Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. Gloves, 1Merino and Cotton Hat And others Poprietor.

-. awaiting the arrival of Nap lcon. preventive of the formation of acute diseatf, ate IIF.snbscrihers will is!.,and arriving in Tallahassee: on Tuesdays Thuri- i Hose Columbus, Florida, January 27, ISS. 22 ly ,
ICE at the
At Arrenneus a was issued, -when the tongue is furred; when the wine is T dtli\'er Ice House dais, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas, Money Belts,
proclamation from BULL &
5 to 7 o'clock PRATORIU8 I
,
at 4 .
every morning cents retail'at Shoulder Braces, &c.
,
with the Central Rail Road
highly colored ; when these is pain in (the stomach connects .Savannah, Augusta "c
calling the people to arms to Louis Na. (he Ire House, cents lb.
place
or per up town.- CLARK & STILLMAN.
and bowels; when there are nervous irritations ; : Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co. A the corner itore under tie Sentinel Office
: poleon on the throne. when there are pains i the back and head ; when Persons living in the surrounding villages wi be Ga. I also connects with IheMai Line October 23, 1547. 14 opposite the Phcrnii II "
furnished Ice at the Ice House for
:t. Mr. Perkigny, 'he leader of the onapar. the skin is ht, dry. yellow; when the appetiteis I 3) per from Quincy Chattahoochie, and ApaUchicola. Blidinp
tbe hundred
pound by
ists has been arrested. poor ; when there are cold chills ; when the weightJ.. J T. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Leon Circuit Cou. ARE NOW OPENING a selected!

Nearly thousand commercial houses in dreams are bad,or startling in sleep.If Tallahas Ma' 'O 18 IS. & 44 DAFFIN Columbus in three days, and but one night will be IN of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, vr-
taken on the occurrence of or of these spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING.
., any peat
Te
al Creditor? Bill far settlement E.la/
Paris have of
suspender1.TIELAND. indications of approaching disease, pain and ALACHUA HOUSE. public may rest assured that every attention will I care and taste bestowed in t the selection ofbe goods
James E. Broome and others, for
themselves and
,. sickness nay be prevented ni [ to the comfort of these who may patronize warrant them in saying; to all who purchase
0 : : This country has become more tranquil The above Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for :, Jfcvmanstillc, Florida. m! Line. other creditors of A. is!. Gatlin. Complainants, good bargains,yon will do well to call and examine

since the conviction of Mitchell. sale by LEWIS & AMES, C1IE subscriber having the FARE: a.TurbuttR. our stock. It would be a great tax on tim and pa.
purchase
Bel ton.Sarah A. RatIon,his Wife Executrix
,
July) I, IS"!. Tallahissee. Fla. JL premises formerly Tallahassee to Quincy,2 50; to Bainbridge, tience to enumerate the different styles aid "ji'frn.
fraternization of the and 5 : of M. Gatlin and .
The Old Young A. others, D ..
.
\v. Pearson, Esq., at Newnansville, F., is new ; to Albany, 11,and lo Macon, 22.WRIGHT ftnan" composing this assortment : suffice > t-
Ireland parties ba been postpond for a fort Drugs, Medicines, &c. ready to accommodate Boarders and E and & SAWYER, Proprietors. WHEREAS By an order made by HODr portion of these cloths and ra."iaiu' h ,

niht John O'Connell protests abandonment hopes by his exertions to make his gue Truelef comfortable By JOHN M. YARN, Agent. Judge on the 1st December Roasted Ltist- *
I 1S47 in the above entitled the undersigned
EDWARD BARNARD He has Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee C.E. cause, ever article of their *'
of his father's platform, but don't receive much JR., as possible. good stabling, and a 03- appointed, other
first rate ostler in attendance.GEORGE BAILEY I Agent at Maj. NATHANS,in was among things, to takean that'wi please the in' -
; Quincy.
favor in his from the by the late arrivals, away. of what due
course people. reei\e a M. GALPIN. July 17, 1S47. 52 account is to Complainants for (heir would mention I:. ., < r. f
ENGLAND. freh to his stock of GEN- claims and to fill other creditor, of said A. M. Gat the
finest texturethebe.t K:
I, 13. 1S44. iti- 'f. thP'r": t
: The Chartist demonstration on the 12th of DRUGS AND MEDICINES all of Newnansvie. Ma .: DR. J. REESE'S lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further wool d\eblackdo.Ci39imtr.Loud-1.- wxn iltt; hl.'k.

are of good quality, low for Cath. Groceries, &c. LIVER DYSPEPTIC That the said Master do cause an advertise do.CasV, French aid German M wk < I i. th ,i'J.! Cas,
June overawed the and MEDICINE.
was by military police, i a general assortment of the follow & ment to be published in the' Floridian,' a newspaper French fancy Cassimt-r

,*. .. who dispersed it before an organization was genuine, viz: 10 000 SHOULDERS LBS. BACON, HAMS, SIDES, and PERSONS feeble constitutions and those of se- published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such VESTINGS of fine black SatKi irs.' ,.uid
eflcted. Rowan.l. Improved Tonic Mix. 1000, lbs. best Leaf Lard, habits, are often ''rouble with habitual other public newspapers as he shall think proper,for Silk. Woollen Velvet. Ca-hmrr| a.>d folkanett,
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.: : LIVERPOOL June 13.The cotton market lsm Cherry. Brandrstb'i 500 Ibs. Carolina Rice, costiveness, which often a very unfavorable the creditors of (be said Alfred M. Gatlin to come Cerro Gor lo and Ct'erubusco. 11!, "i. !... chrc -d.
; Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, influence their general health,which is in before him,and their debts, on before the
upon particularly prove or READYMADE CLOTHING rirr Fine bit,
a is drill. Fair Upland and Mobile is quoted at Worm, Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Bonpland'sCelebrated 20 bbls. St. Louis Flour, manifested by irregularity, if not total loss of first day of May next; and that such of the creditors French dress and frock coats, do.'-English wool the
10 Rio Coffee
:,r. 41., and New Orleans at 4JJ. ; common Fever and Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, 500( gallon sack choice and appetite. In this condition of the system this article whoshall not come in and prove their debts by the time do. da, French Ca',imlr Sick Coat,. Doe-kin d
grades have a yielding tendency, whilst the Thompson's Eye Water McMunns' Elixir of Opium, 50 bbls. double rectified Liquors Wine is confidently recommended with the aur.nceIhat aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin

Sands. Sarsapanlla. Turner's Fever and Ague Pills, Whiskey, if the dose is properly adjustl I as not t ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill, coats,black beavercloth black opera
qualities are unchanged. 10 dozen best Port Wine
onr-oats.
scand
later Tyler's ditto, Billious and the bowels who shall in
Grdon' AntiDyspepticPills move too ma; relied come before the said Master to prove
Pantaloon of fine
: In Grain there is no amendment. The and 10 I I Madeira Wine without aChvel. b their debts Clok. back Ca-imermldinr
Anti-Djspeptic Pil., Peler' upon any or least unpleasant con- do before they are admite directors, ., great variety of fancy imer of the
of the Transaction Spencer's Pills, and is for Townsend's 4 I Sherry I contribute pants
I. prospect crops are cheering. Agent 8 sequences resulting from the use of common purga. to the complainants proportion of latest style Vests or very
Claret
'. are confined to the immediate wants celebrated Sarsaparilla in quart bottles, at $1 per Candles I Starch Cheese c Pickles Ol'ves: tive medicine usually resorted lo. the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said Trimmings, Hosiery Shirts,description Gloves, Military
bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Soap Persons subject to Bilious Cholic the Master." And it was also that' Crnr..al.
"w rely on an accountbe
of trade. Wheat may Stocks
l 7s. to 7s. 8d. Corn dull Olive Oil, Mustard ordere adjusting ,Suspenders, and
; Catsup. almot everything
PepperGround Pepper
pure Citric or Lemon Acid, fa preferable for the preventive properties of this medicine by using it on taken of all securities held by the
.. but sustained at 32s. 6d for white and Green and Black Teas.ic., & at the new connected with a Ipntleman.* outfit.
prices .C.
sick grocery
or ordinary use than that usually sold, Londoe. I the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare creditors respectively, and a report be made of the B.& P.are all orders according .
: .0:' 33s. to 34s. for yellow, per quarter of 440 Ibs. Porter, 4.C., & store of S. S. KNIGHT. some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of same, .and of the value of each." And it was also to the latest and roost approved eeul styles.N. .
29 1819.
Flour best June 10, 47 April 41 Billion Fever almost every fall : to such the nf ordered that I all parties be interrogatories
: unchanged- is quoted at 28s. use may exmine upon R Rv tile) next arrivals we exueet:, to. receive_! _'
-- --- .n
Pure this medicine i is recommended, beginning to use it ,and produce all papers in
of
Sulphate
: We cannot forbear from copying the following Western Produce and Groceries. Quinine. by the middle of May or first of June. their custody or power, relating thereto upon oalh THEREiAINDER. 13

the TUST received a large supply of PROVISIONS THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and Those hose digestive organs are feeble often experience before the said Master, a the said Master shall direct. Otobpr 19.
capital r\'iew by Pennsylvania : ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they ."
Fine
.I AND GROCERIES at the store of a sn.e of fullness, weight and oppressionabout Perfumes,
uu EXTRAORDINARY FARCE S. S. KNIGHT. have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and Ihe stomach after eating, wi find this mdi- Now, therefore, all persons claiming to be creditors From the
.4 Adjournmt.nl Sine Die ofilie Con June 10, lilt 47 they will warrant it to be a ,superior article. cine afford almost immediate of said A. M. Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of Xannfatlorj of Lnbin, Paris.TTEDYOSMIA .

a Fedra picture We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Ladies near their confinement often suffer from lid order, nolife to produce their claims, and the Helilrope! ,Jockey Club R'1 Ge.
.: t.trin.-ur reporter gives graphic by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute heartburn and costienes: to uch this article is vouchers support thereof, and all collaterals and JLJ. ranium, Mileteurs. Patchoufy, Mignionette.

} lat daJuitingctbe'Federal Na months after Notce. orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, highly recommended, as it can be used without Ihe securities therefor before me, at my office in Tallahassee Ambrosia, Arabia Ber. de la Reine,
Admini.
f. l' tional the SIX of the underigne late of on the most accommodating terms. least danger,and with great beneft. In sick or nervous within the time limited in said order, and Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Brgamolte, Vervain.

;_' .. nominations Taylor and Fillmore, the con. County, et.f his a an I vouchers We have also a few accounts jet due to O for the headache it is otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, Marrocain and ess. Bouquet.

,'.1 cern literally exploded into fragments an ad. Lon the Hon. Judge present of cont for said County, year 1847.. They are generally in 8mal amount, This article will b found to act as a pleasant cordial that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. Also GL-nn' Ashland Perfume ard Preston ft.Merrill's .
but if the whole could be paid would this third Extract of Fragrant Flowers.
and for final settlement and go and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the Dated day of December D. 1947.
.1 journmont tine die wa moved and carried,and a discharge fromsaid -
.. praY far towardshiquidatingcettain sums which we owe. same time fulfilling every intention that the common SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. The true Farina ColOfats the French and

delegates excited by various emotions,fled from THERESE. BECKSTEIN her LEWIS &AMES. purgatives are intende to effect. It purely vtgttable December 4. IS.,. 2 tf American. and Florida Waters, Ray Run

... -.. the Hall, a if from a burning powder maga. JOHN ,B(By DE CORCE.agent,) April 29. 184S. 41 and, according to (the directions, l WU and Agna de la Reine fine Cosmetics,rich Pomades.

.... zinc. Nor A WORD WAS SAID UPON THE May 20, 1S4S 44 iu Cigars Cigars will be found an invaluable article,especially to I those Attorney c at Law, [I Hair-oil and Hair-dyes. Shaving and Toilet Soaps
afflicted with Dyspepsia, Derangement of the Liver, fine and coarse Comb.Brushes for tbe Head.Teth..
"y GREAT QUESTIONS O..THB DAT. Not a resolution SPANISH REGALIAS just received Montictllo, Jefferson County, Florida Nails and article .
In Hamilton Circuit Court. 15 0 0 0 or General Debility.Prepared Feh. superior of Cold Cream,
.. was passed of any kind ; but under the and for sale by by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, WILL attend the Circuit Courts the Middle in pots. fey LEWIS I AMES.

'i., .: whip oftbe Taylor leaders, a very intelligent MIDDLE MAT CIRCUIT TERM,OF 184S.FLORIDA. May2Ol819. L. &II.44 GREENBERG &CO. Georgia, and for ale bv appointment atE ,and of the County of Columbia of the December 4,1847. 2

body, from all parts of the Union, is compelled John BARNARD, Jr's., Eastern CircuitFlorida.
} MonticelloAugust22, 1816. S Spices Pickles &c.
to separate, each member for his home, WiiarD. > Bill for Divorce. EDWARD M. WEST, Drug Store Tallahassee, ,
and Prnsia Williams r his Wife. Notary Public DANIEL LADD, Newort, TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkin..Mangoes. Onions -
a degraded disgraced by a circumstance ) Monticello Notce. U and Pickles
Walnut
that will fall the like the IT appearing; to the satisfaction, of the Court that TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. months after ,I final mixl pickled Lbsler. .
country explosion and
upon ac-
Quincy, SIX shal present my Ketchups Capers, ,Mustard -
L Prusia Williams, the Defendant in the above stated April 15, ISIt 39 Otye
of an Nothing was said a. HARDY BRYAN and vouchers to H n. Judge of Probate ,Pepper and Pepper Cider fresh
earthquake.
r case,does not reside in the Slate of Florida and Suce. Vintgr.
Agent for Thomas in and for Leon County, and apply for letters of Gooseberries and
bout the war, though the hero of Buena Vista that the lid defendant resides in the Stale of Geor. Spring and Summer Goods. county Georgia. ,
22, t 1847. dismission administrator of the estate of
May
a Joseph Shad and Halibut in canister, Powder and
,S .- is nominate I Nothing was said about gia, kO that the ordinary process of law cannot be 4 Allen, deceased. Cherries Curry
Preserved Cur1T
the about served upon her : motion of M. D. L. Heeth BETTON & 1IIGGS New Goods Cayenne Brandy Ginger,
& nothing the acquisition of territory upon --Spring Trade. COUNCIL B. ALLE" rant Jelly, Macarroni,Vermicilli,Russia and American
.
about Solicitor for Complainant, /i* ordered y the Court, now receiving a large and general assort ,- Administrator with the .
in
: -nothing events Europe-not That ARE wi Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes-
word is vouchsafed Itice b perfected upon said defendant by of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS sfF. BURNEY February 211, 1549. 32 6m and Citrons.
: even a about the ab.
poor publication according lo law in that case made to which invite
they the attention of the
.' .. sent soldiers in Mexico, who .been uphol. provided: And it it hereby ordered by the anc, March 25, ISIS. 36 public. TT70ULD' return thanks to Ihe public and country Doctor John P. Nutmegs, Mace, Ginger, Allspice, Cinnamon,,
That the said Defendant V't planters for the liberal Duva Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and
ding the honor of our country under circum. appear on or before the first gen'raly past patronage his
has professional to citizens sweet Marjoram. Orange Flower, Rose& Peach waters -
them, and
day of the next term of said Court to be held on Just Received rrfP frm respectfully request OFFERS
.2 stances full of peril. Even an attempt to en.t' Wednesday after the first Monday in October a of I the same. t have just received and urroun tinl country Office ,extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla.

t' .' don the Alii on letter of Gen Taylor failed, and answer the complaint of the Complainant in next his, AT LEWIS & AMES Dru$ Sore. a fresh supply ,per XVarcallar, from New Yorka GENERALASSORTMENT in Wm. Wilton's Building Hayward's BookStore For sale by LEWIS & AMES.
,
New and Tallahassee.
1 amid ridiculous confusion. Bill charge or they will be taken confessed, and Valuable *-among whichare OF GOODS, which call .exanne December 4,1S47. 20
; I the following: 1S49. 32
Fellow-citizen 1 Can it be that this the grant such decree shall seem for yourselve February
...' dalous fraud-this ridiculous farce this scan. per in that case made and provided.A I. pro DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE March 25. 1949.- 3 5 John P. Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale.
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pol.
I '! true copy from (the minute of the Coutt : BITTERS, Martin Duva 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coaches,
ideal harlequinade-will eye be sanctioned JOHN S. PURVIANCE, Clerk. Designed for, and trill cure Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint Smith & Thorn, ATTORNEY I 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawer-

I by your intelligent judgement r Contrast the JuneS, 1848. 46 4m Piles, (Scrofula. Jaundice-and all kindred Commission and Forwarding Merchants WILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida and desk, 2 handsome Carpet, 1 Double Wheel Patent -

noble and fearless deportment of the democratic dieue resulting_ ,from a disordered stomach or impure No. 62, Poydras Street Court of Appeals, and the United Slate Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in use-

.... National Convention whh this new Hamilton Tax Sale. tale of blood. NEW-OR LEANS.- LA.-- District Court at Tallahassee. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE

., ._ I spectacle of Federal jugglery in the Chinese BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, W. .M. MARTIN-G. W. SMITH-THO*. I.. THORN. Office in Wm. Wilson's: Buildings,over Hayward's *eb. 5.1 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
The safest, most effectual and Book Store Tallahassee.
,
shall
for sale pleasant preparation
before the Court Refers toJ.
.. Museum. See bow the Democrats have met door, in the expose town of Jasper Hamilton 10us, before the public, lo I the eradication of Worn MS, in f. W. Argyle A. Bestwick, S. S. Sibley Tallahassee. February 26. IS-*. 3 Tax Collector's Sale.

.. : all great questions-see how plain their Ian. .aida, on the first Monday in November 1548, the Children or Adult J. L. Small wood, R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. B virtue of the authority vested in me by law,I

; guag is-see bow brow and capacious theDemocratic following described property, or *o much thereof HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, February 12, 1849. 30 Dr. C. C. Van Wyck, shall expose (for sale, before the Court house

I -'. creed against Nativism-against wil pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for I Will PREVENT Consumption and CORE I CUe.f LATE Profer of Sur ery" in the Franklin door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday
DK.
; the ( sear 1847, to wit : Colds, Asthma Spitting ol Blo Pains the Side, C. H. BUNTING, College"of has taken up in August next, the following described property,or
of the the Pbaldptphia.
lao
,
', ., opponents war-againu The South West quarter of Section :Township Shortness of and Pulmonary Complaint SURGEON DENTIST, his residence in to engage so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the Slats

.' }:" movements upon that subject-in favor of I. Range 13, South and East,purporting to belong toWilliam located in in all the duties of his.profession.preparl Of South and County taxes due thereon for the year 1847:

4 : ;. 7 France-in favor of(be war-in favor of Free J. Mill*. -.ALSO- HAVING permanently tenders his services QuineY to the,Florida. of .Bartlett's Building." Section Township 1, Range 1, N aad E, par-

Trade-and then ask yourselves whether you JOSIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff, DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS in the various branches of his profession. pubic June 10, 1848. 47 porting to belong to W. G. Gould.A. .

,. .". will agaiu U atultifiedby an appeal to the and ex officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co.for '47. Well known I a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure experience and success in practice. he ( assured A. FISHER, Sheriff
",;. April 8.1648. 38 I for Fever and Ague. Chills and Fever. Intermittent of being able to rleat those who Dalroni_el. him. M. D. PAPY and ex pffieio Tax Collector Leon Cs.
:;,* ? patsions, mat e"ln in surest Britain, where and al I other .'uer: Price reduced-to SeventyfiveCent Dr. B. refers .the public to ma, n unn mu January 29, IS-IS. 28

..c ": there is no popular suffrage, would be (ro\'ne Leather Top Buggy for Sale. *per Box. Col. W. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. S BIr r

: : upon bjr every man and boy in the A LSO one second hand large two Horse Baroucb.tt. The abote Medicines, stab and genuine, are for Gen. C. H. DCPONT, Dr. R. E. LITTLE.D.YfDIl. WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle G. W. HUTCHINS,

.::1 :< Cboo ye, fellow-citizeni! and do not for. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE, sale by LEWIS &AMES Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited Office on the first floor of the Cap AUCTIONEER

;'4r; .. get that you are men, who should be ,addrr. Jane 3, 1349. 45. At the Tin Manufactory. TaUabue Fa. on at their residence I usual. itol,South wing. room formerly occupied by the ,
7' For cerlifcate of recommendation, and other in September 11.1847. 8 Secretary of the Territory. TAUJULiSSEE, FLA.
.: ted in tbe of .
r' : :.'. language truth and candor. DR. J. S. BOND the above Medicine*,* future Notice. November 15, 1845. 1 SALES in any part of the county attended to,U*
:.JK and pamphletsvbich be solicited.
aerliamenl may. .
b .ir ; ; ,i 4 Doctor,' sid a bard-Iooking brandj.faced OFFERS his professional service* to the citizen I Agent ..!..e I SIX months after date, the undersigned will pre- JOHN FHSIUNE, REENxNCfs :

.f' ,44 customer, a few days to a physIcian and the surrounding co.ntr1 .March 18, 1848. 35 nt bit accounlllDd voucher to the Honorable ATTORNEY AT LAW H. BOND, F.sq., I LLOYD &

; Doctor I am troubled ao Office a Col. Filhers Hotel. Judge of Probate of Lon County and apply for let- QulDcy. Florida. J. W AKATLC. E*]., | D. C. Wn.soe.E'l
f I r.1.t..t t wih an oppression and ,20.IS17. 4* tf Cabinet Making, &C., ler of dimision I administrator of the estate of TTTILL attend the Ju.tice. Courts of Gadsden January 22, 184S. 27

"1/\t\ uneasiness about my '. What do IOU Notice. undersigned have as henry J. Gankins. late of sid County,deceased.WESLEY V Y Countythe Cort of Middle Florida _

7 suppose the matter ic r I CO-PARTNERSHIP. ,and from this date MANNING, Adm'r. and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Thomas Jeff. Heir,

qL All tery easily accounted for,' said the OfX month. after dale the undersigned, adminisO Ihe two shops will be united, and Ihe buiinec. conduced By S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. 22,1945- 19 tf ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
tratrix the
of' estate of B. F.
deceased
,.1. physician ; 'Io bay n-aleroa the chest.' will prevent her account and vouchers F-Lipscomb to, the Hon., by LYNCH. VINGERHOETS. They are February 19,1848. 31 Om o Sentinel} copy. "fl/'lLL 'lance in the Circuit Court in cac fcV
; of
work in
''.; 'Watr! Come that'J do wer well for a Judge of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to b with prepared fidelity and despatch description,and*on u reasonable their term line, Newport Miner Spring. LEWIS &AMES, > Cou.it> < i the M.&!..' ('ircssitsnd in the 9o-

1 P. ; could get on my chest, di.charge a* administratrix of lid estate. for cash or acceptnc a* any workmen in SALE. ; r -i. rf *uri United States District Court a*

;A when I haven't touched a drop fifteen I E. E L PSOHB. Adzn'z.February ,. the country.approYe patronage of the undergned-bein! DEALERS IN rallalidi e.
public
ean 26, 1843. 0m contnue $ fully empowered .
DRUGS. 4..tictio
t r MEDICINES, OILS. January ii'j :s4S
J J you had said brandy, you might have hit it. i is mol repetuUy .0Ucie. ATHE make warrantee title*, ha bad the PAINTS
Article Glass
,
{::ii r, K,''" .-Some one, hittincnfTthe disposition Patent Shower Baths. GERARD VINGERHOETS.T4ianue size dwelling aroqnd lot the of above Spring Told &Perumer AKD & Coffee.BAGS .

1 r :.r >", V: itravdjrantly of ibe charms of new AT the Tin Manufactory may b bad a neat andconvenient !ivembtr 6, 1847. 18 are each.fvhfch go he DOW offer for ale low. Plan Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ac oar OLD JAVA COFFEE,

J.t. ,.. pays, 'Its Oregon laborers get three SHOWER BAT.inltDce for a or the iamb;with term, &c., can be seen at Dr. E. above constantly OB bad for*ile at the 30 do. Rio dn.

e. a day aDd hod made chamber. It occupies bat rom. ld i i 11o SULKY:! FOR SALE. Apply to Barsard'r.Tallabauee. First come has first choice.DANIEL THE t market price 35 do. Ltguiia do-
a
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dolar carry o N. ted *o u not to drip water on the floor. :: J. R. FORTUNE, LADD. LEWIS. AMES. Just received and for sale by .

,'o. June 3, 18.8. 49 Juiss.IO, 1818. C At the Tin Minufictofy. Newport, February 19,1818. 31 TUahatef November 20, 191. Sept. IS, 1847. 9 LLOYD Jt FLAGG.



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