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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 12, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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BY AUTHORITY. [from .'i Orlegiu Ownrr.:] -
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KEEP ITBEFORETIJE PEOPLE.
ud J.esolntlonspued at the First Session
iett
9t the Thirtieth rOD?rtU.liO. That GEN. LEWIS C4SStbe Democrat.
THE FLORIDIAN. i ic candidate for Presidency, was appointed

9.-AN ACT to incorporate the Washington Marshal of Ohio, by THOMAS JEFFER.

Cu Light Company. SON, the leader and father of American De.mncra.ty .
Jte it enacted &y M* Senate mid !fQUe.fRepre-
ttntathe,of ike Untteil Stain ef.imenca in Cvn- on (be 2d of March, 1807, and that

greu .wWThat John F. Callan Jamb Higejow. tbe Senate advised and consented to the ap -

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B B. French. W. H Jiarover. M. P. Callan. -- -------- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- ---- -- --- --- -- ----- --- -- lntmenkSeeEciaireJourna4 1W..2 page

sad W. A.future Bradlt.and associates\V.tre II. Cngiabandthir hereby: declared prevent to b* a BY SIBLEY &DYKE.) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1848. VOL. XX...-XO. 4.For oiu/54.-" )

Iiodrpoitic! and corporate, b, the name and It)I.. olbe4 Keep i IJefot e the People

( *-Washington Gas Light Compan ,**and,bJ the -- -. -- Tat the arw LEWIS CASS was nonv-
tame Dime shall hare perpetual ubcrMitat, and tnn'prttior by steam-ships between .'ew GEN. CASS-ADDRESS TO JCFFERSON.Gen. frowi the 8t J "n6t Republican July 25. Onset of Fanaticism."Let nalfd for the district of
able to and he cued, and be York according to the wiln &4Vaha OhH on
be sue plead
fhall imploded conlrc Cass has always been a staunch Democrat. G CASIMLTV AT R\YMO-VD ANDWABING'S the of the the 24th
in all court of law and equitt in the District Edward Mills, authorized by the" to provide ApPALL t people free State look to January, 1811. byJA' .
of Columbia and eliewheie : and to make and for Ihe transportation of f ihe mail between (Ihe United On the very threshold! of his manhood ME AGERIE.-The peaceful their Representatives .;" ISON f fur another term of for years, the com.

have a common seal, and the name In break alter I States and foreign countries," approved Match Gen. Cass took and defined the position he lage of Gala way was on Sunday ((23d inst.) This is the closing sentence of a letter of mission to take effrct on the 2nd day March

f and renew at pleasure; tn ordun and rsUMifh fuch I third housand,eighteen dol lars handre and 'loi ty-five.four hundred has ever since maintained. As a member of thrown into great excitement h a report that Mr. Ashmuii, of Massachusetts, in which he following, when his former commission i under
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by.lawordin2tieei. and regulation! and generally For ; the Ohio Legislature in which he was elected a huge Rhinoceros belonging Raymond dWaring's demonstrates that Taylor's pledges Jefferson would expire and that lb. nominm.
to doerery act and. thing necessary to ram' into ef compensation to postmaster, one million I Gel. a.
c.ctthis act. or lo promote the objtcts and design of heenty-five thousand dollar ; in 1806 he drafted the famous resolution, i Menagerie, had broken Inur from gainst the veto power gives the North all the I lion was confirmed by the SemleVfS'tfr' Exe

this corporation. For ship steamboat, and way loiters, Iwenl '.f\'e which interposed the arm of the State law, to his cage and was committing terrible havoc guarantees they want as lo Wilmot r.o\io eulire Journal roe 2 page 333 oed ::r)

I Sec.2. And be it flutter enacted. That the capi- Ihousan dollars ; stay the} progress of treason-we refer to its among the cattle in thai vicinity.It ism, and devolve upon Congress alone the

,J' tock of this corporation shall: ) not exceed fiftj wrapping paper,eighteen I thousand dollars; interference, to prevent the passage of arm. seems that some time during Saturday whole and of Keep i Before th Pee
dollars that share in the For office (in the office of ,) power responsibility passingwhatever
thousand ; a name rhall beiwentj furiure. postmaster That the same LEWIS nomi.
dollars, and books of subscription to the said three thousand dollars; ed boats down the Ohio at ihe period of the night the elephant Columbus, who is not one acts restriction against the South sated the ,

capital ntnck or to such portions thereof ac from For adveilKing, thirlv-fi>'e thousand dollai*; Curr conspiracy. Tin looks very little like of the most amiaMo disposition amused' himself they may please. Gen. TaJlfr having pledged by same JAMES t\DISOS. a a

tine to time may. by the directors for the time IKinz. -- I For mail bIS. twenty.fire thousand dollars ; Ftdcrli m. Hut the opinions of the man in by tearing olTlhe strong iron bars horn himself to stand neutral and refrain from the Coani in the Army, on the 1 ofF"Lray.

i be deemed proper and necessaiy ha.l. ; be opened For bbl.L.,figLI ea thousand dollars; early lif-, may better I he gathered from the the cage in which the rhinoceros was securet exercise of the veto, whole and wish J12' ald his norioation "8 confirmed by I
Ill
ks
For ke)1 and five thousand
by ihe appointment or under the d.rc'clil'n of the stamps CHf .
address lo President JetTf voted the Finding himself menaced (he rhinoceros
rson,
by carf anti-slavery now, and their in
directors hereiiuftei named, !subject! to such rules, d.tarf;
{imitations and condition*, a* b* them shall be pre- the detection and prevention of mail depredations Ohio Legislature, and drafted by Iii! own pen. from his cage and showed fight. He was nn their election: is : I6 the people wltcJ'or ofi1n' Prrt Keep if Before th PefljJe

d-ribjJ: and the Hock of the said corporation shall and for special agents, twelve thousand dollars Wf subjoin it I an interesting document : sooner on the ground than he received two or Stales look to their Repretentalircs! !" That the same LEWIS CASS. wm nomi.

be deemed personal property.S&c For; clerk for (in the offices of On Thursday (Dec. 4, 1SOG.) Mr. Cass introduced three heavy) blows from the 'trunk of the ele. The true response to this cry, now the rallying !. nated by the same JAMES MADISON a- n.
-
.f1td b poslmater
3 further marled, That the "t.o"k.t ofrf
)""rorerl and affairs of the said corporation shall! be !) two thirty thousand dolar. the following resolution, which was phant upon his back which beat him to the cal of the enemies of the South e sa'd Brigadier General in the Army on the 15th

managed: and conducted by or under the direction S>c. 2.And be further enacted,1' in case the agreed to, and passed both bouel, without one earth, where he lay for some time as if deac be : the, people of the Southern States day of June, 1812, and that the nomination

fire director, being stockholders; that the said directors re"DUe of the department, referred to in I the first dissenting voice : The elephant then endeavored to finish him i look to their President. This is no:time for was confirmed by the Senate.
shall bold their office for from the sect ion of I his act shall prove insufficient to meet the ihe General which the rhinoceros
one Resolved him
,
year unanimously by by trampling upon queamlshnes: as to the of the veto And il
second and shall be elected the first foregoing approj nation then any deficiency; that eltrcs B'forethePeople
Monday on : Ker
oflhe Slate of Ohio that the Gov. under the body of hU
Assembly jumping and time for
I thus arise be paid out of in the powerful no us to put a mere figtcv the
Monday in January in each year, at such time and may Ih.1 any money LEWIS CASS was
Tat omi.
place in the city of. Washington, as a majority of the treasury not ('thtr".ie appropriaed..6rrro.ed ernor 1 Il requested lo transmit. to the President antagonist, in which position he gave head, pledged to neutrality. The veto "' by the lme JAMES MADISON

directors for the time being nhall appoint ; and that July 10, J of the United States the following address the elephant Ie'.tral upwards thrusts, .with given to protect the Stales, Iron just such enactments & of the same aGorernor

notice. of such selection shall be published in at least : prodigious horn that projects fiom his head. the Wilmot Provi and iheSou'h Michigan Territory, on the ht
twoofthe public newspapers printed Ihe city of NO 61AN ACT to extend the provisions. of exi a day of Jan. 1814, and that the nomination was
To Thomas: JefFerson, I> President of which put his rlephantship hors ill combat' would be a traitor to now when the
,
Washington at least fourteen days previous to the !tmjr pennon laws toenhttt men tithe ordnance q. herself! confirmed by tbe Senate.
f time of Tioldin such election ; and every such election corps of the United lalt armv the United Slates. The keeptrs finding it impossible: to secure the tbrces are openly and avowedly mustering

; shall be by ballot and lIy such of the stockholders lIe it enacttd by the Senate and HoiucefRipretcntatiretofthe SIR : At n time when the public mind infuriated beast alone. called njHjn the neighbors against her, to consent to give her vote to anyone And le i Aimer b Forgotten, nl

who..hall attend for that purpose, either in Uint'd States ofAm .ica, in Con throughout the Union is agitated wilh alarm. for a9itnce. which was promp'Ij gifnand lacking the moral courage to avow his Thai all these appointments have been made ..

person or by proxy ; and each stockholder fhall! be I grttt nstentbled., That the .arts of' Congress gr.ntil the existence{ and designs made to prevent him from doing opinions, and to remain and by leading Republican Presidents who knew i'1
entitled to one rote for each share of the block which I pensions to *< ldier di"ablt-> wounds or other- ing reports, respecting f'ertflr I pledged passive
he or Ibe may hare held in his or her own name for "i ise,w rule in Ihe lint of their duty in public If'r.I of a parly hostile to the welfare and mischi'f consenting, while her rights 6hal lie cloven (;en. Cal" history political opinions, his .

it least fourteen days! before the 1 lime of totin* ; arid ,'ict shall b clnstrue In apply 10 the enlisted men prosperity of our country, we deem it a duly In the (the Rhinoceros had got down. These are no times (or nnn-cornrn.- devotion and services to his country. i l

the person hiring Ihe greatest number of totes shall I of the Clrdnal"e department, who hate been or nay incumbent on us, to to the Executite into the open field, where he confined 'his op tals and neu'ral noses of wax. He that i is J..eLitbeRemembertd
be the directors and if it shall that be di ablod, in ,the same manner as to nin-cnmmis- eipiess) .
happen two
i more persons hare; an equal number of,totes the directors or- stoned officer, arlilicpr, mU4i"ian.1 and pri\'atf- of, of the Union our attachment lo the government orations (tc the frightening of' horses and cows now afraid lo stand to the constitution and its Tat GEN. TAYLOR declarer! in Lit ;:

in office at the time of such election shall other corps ol the arm, subject to the limitation: of the United Stairs and our confidencein 'that were in the pasture and then look a guarantee, is virtually filly with our enemies.A "Signal J>ttr"thatMIN NO CASE CAN 1J;

by a plurality of votes given by ballot determine i that in no such case shall lhej>ension exceed the its administration. Whatever may be the neighboring swamp where he luxuriated in Ilia man who cannot shohiA hand while a I PERMIT MYSELF TO BE THE

which of the persons so having an equal) number of rate ol right dollars per month. intention of desperate nnd abandoned men, favorite recreation of "bathing wild the same candidate, for fear of probably lowing a few CANDIDATE OF ANY PARTY
.
I Src 0 be
rotes shall be direct or or directors u to completethe '1,1 further enacted That those enlisted on
whole number to be chosen and the director mn of the ordnance department who hate respecting the destruction of that Constitution unconcerns ifhehad been walllowing! among; vote for office, is only fit to play the traitor YIELD MYSELF PARTY SCIE ijl
tE.
sn chosen shall as soon as may. (be I IK're alter. proceed sortedor mat serve in Mexico dun tig Ihe war with which has raised us lo our present elevated his own native marshes, in japoti.Fimiding when the office is attained ; and a seeker of Let it be Remembered ; t
ballot elect of their i.uintxT that country shall tntitled to, and shall receive it lo him hJ the Presidential office who
by to one for their bp rank among the nations of the world, and impossible capture in limes like That GEN TAYLOR is the
president ;and whenever, any' tacincy shall happen, the same bounty in land a* i 11 or mat be allowed bylaw and meshes the at length these fur I now WHIG
,
the the
future
out
which is our only security for we traps proprieto I can come jielding veto onlirelj' -
the same shall be filled up bt' Ihe remaining direr- toothier regular troops in the sen'ice ot the Uni PARTY'S nominee, made such by a WHIG
tors, by plurality of votes, until the nest annual te St at e!,and under like imitalionund re"trictiousApproted trust they will find very few advocates in the came to lie conclusion of dl ratchin him ; and abandoning Southern rights! and CONVENTION'. thit met in Pfailabelpbia! tH

election.SEC July 10, 1" State oIOhiio.1 We express the feelings andPiniuris and for this purpose procured a number of constitutional guarantees to the infuriated ma. on the Tib, of June and that in ;.'

4. And be it f uither enacted That John F. ef l our constituents, when we say that muskets. They might as well have fired against jority that arc crowding on us with the op.pression to his former declaration be open has opposition

C..llan. Jacob Bigelow R B. French, \\.11. Han- NO (6l.-A ACT to re-esfahlish the collection no arts of intriguing men no real or vision- the side of a stone wall! as his hide of bigotry and t fanaticism, had better permitted -
t M. P. Callan, and W. A. di 'rict of the State fCeerrra.Be ; himself become a candidate. i
('\'or. Cradlev nhall be the runwlcL in ( party t.
resisted ihe balls if he bad
effectually as le and with the
of will induce us to fully openly herd who have
tint dir.tor of the said compant. who shall h Id It enarted ,Snr/t an'l house of fl'peernlatires ary hiroeIletls adtanlagc 8 Let it be Remembered !
their offices until the second Mond.v January, in of the L'mted .Staleofqmrrjra, in Cori- sever that bond of union which i il tur "filysecuri'y been. encased in iron. Up to a late untie awed him into passiveness.Let .

| the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and gnu olfmbtt That so much .the act entitled against t domestic \'iuenct! and foieign: ; last evening they had not succeeded in takinghim the Southern States look to their President That GEN. TAYLOR has declared his

j forty-nine, and until others are chosen in :hc'l, An act relating to certain collection districts, and invasion. Believing that the fundamental 1 although more than fire hundred person and, above all, see that in such trjing willingness to accept a nomination from any II!

1 j.lacesand; they shall proceed chocse their president for other purpose" approved June tift''n. eighteen maxiium of national liberty have guided weie fudged in the puifcuil, and a large reward times as these, her great conservative party either WHIG," DEMOCRATIC,"
such and hu-.dred and you protection
at lime pUce thc,or majority, of fortt-four, thf AMERICAN."
3
: i relte. ) or
themshall dpterln. I district. of Br'insviick: in of GeorgIa be. in (Ihe ad'ninihtration of government Wf1 ofltit-d /for his capture alue. The rlephant of the veto, is not aIJandoncd.Jid., XATI\E 'i! ,

SEC 5.And be fitrthrr enacted That in case it and the same 1: herelit, rCalo. and the raid district hesitate nCI to express our lull and entire is BO badly l wounded that he is not cxpec burg Srltinc. Let i b Remembered.

j shall at any time happen that an election for directors i!hereby rt established and lestorrd in all respects fi shall not take place on the day appointed b\'this I a!it \1'before the passage of said act. jour whuh rind cnR'1 "Hour. do yon hear That *''-Our democratic nf ren. pronounced Gen. Taylor"A I?
jojing blessing as men
for that the said 10, 1S1S. every
act shall July
purpose corporation not. YLOR With; distance "
for that cause or for any non-user, be deemed to be Arpro\'f -- izens we could desire and in riumlrv, 1ICrLsI ; friends at a need not be alarmedfor WHIG .AND A QUARTER OVER. J
dissolved but it and RE'QLUTIONS.NO The fUlow ing catechi m i is prrpai ed for the the safety of Eist Baton Rouge in the it
; shal may be bwfullo hold an in nature's choicest gills we should deem it I approaching I.t b Remembered
f election 'for on any ot'ierdjy in such man C.- \ RESOLUTION authorizing the presentation indeed, to hazard by intestine younger hrncl of the 1'ayiorites-thiotc who contest. We have a demrcralicmajorit I That ILL.\RU FILLMORE, the Whi

Ile.shall. be provided for bj, laws of the said corporation lo the government of France of a series of dms presumptuous'tition these incalculable! adtantaget. 0 swore terribly in FJandfrl," but finally! gulp. which is bound to be maintained, nominee 'r Prelid.nl, rofedforlbe odious .
the standard and measures of the United !
wt'iht
ed down the dose the influence
which
Sec 6. And be it further enacted That it States, and for other purposes. We tru that public rumor has magnified the : notwithstanding some may BANKRUPT LAW and then again
r and may be lawful for the directors, or a majority sllal Rrsoleed by the Senate and HoufC of Rrprcten- danger, but should the designs i ingitation be Q. Are )'OU in favor of a U. S. Bank I calculate Gen. Tajlor will be enabled to rated against its REPEALLetitbeRnmenzbered

: themtorelnirepayment of the subscription to the toilers nftht United States of America in Congress destructive represented we hate no A. Ccn. TaJ lo never surrenders wield in a parish wherein h has his domicl
t stock ol the said That the of State be directed to 8 a for ihe tariff of here
capital cjrporationat such times!! a! r lrt Secretary be Q. Do jou go 1842 ? The democrats pay respect
doubt but nil fear will
tn.
shortly dissipated That the Fillmore for chartering .
and in such proportions I they or a majority of furnish Alexander Vattemare one complete series A. Palo Alto Taylor which, as a gentleman and same Tulr
i. tberlbal deem fit, under the penalty of forfeiting of the standard weights and measures of the Vnitt before the indignation of our citizens. milar the L.S. BANK, Tjler! vetoed.
Do the distribution chieftain be is entitled the
Q. tn at
al previous payment or payments thereon ; and that States, now in the Department of State to pre. That you may long live to enjoy the confidence jou support Let it be RememberedThat
rre\io'l notice of the instalments required to be paid presented the "government ef Franceand that he and attachment oflhe American people, is scheme 1 countrymen generally, but in no manner a. ,
Ihal be publlhe at least fourteen da\s in twoil f furnish to the Joint Committee on the Library sincere and unanimous wish of the LfgUla-liE A. Resnca de la Palma far A we can see, has this feeling had (be the same Fillmore voted for tbe Tariff ,

publc newspapers printed in the city of Washlagtoa twenty-fire, copies of tie revolutionary archi yes,and Q. )o you go for the support of the government effect luring one of them act of 1342.. which a Democratic Administration .
number of of Little and Brown'sedition ture of Ohio. allegiance
an equal copies has since repealed.From .
in the war with Mexico ? due to their or from .
SEC ,. AndbeitfurtiernactidTi.t\ president I cf the laws of the United States, to be disposed princples.
and directors shall have full power and authority I of by them for the purposes of international He said Ratto Much.-In the electioneering A. Monterey. nation to vote men who are to up. the Covington A'y, Uniim

; to manufacture make and sell gaa.to be made of eJchan e.I made in the U. S. Senate by Q. Do jou go for any more new territo. hold! and perpetuate those principles in the Cass's
coal oil, tar. peat, pitch or turpentine,or other material I SEC.. rfmf be it fin'ther retcJffd That seven ("0- speech ry? governmental administration of our counfrr.". Gen Sword.

!, and to be used for the purpose ol lighting thecity : pies of the work of the Exploring Expedition! now Senator Mangum, he said some things which A. Juena Vista Once 'for all, then, we tell our democratic The following paragraph appears In the
of Washington, or the street thereof and published, 3 equal number of such ofthe works he may yet wish had nt'.fr been uttered. He Louisville Journal Extra of
any the
19th
I Q. IVrll, are principles ? brethren, throughout (be. lo continue : f
buildings manufactories, or houses, therein rtall- of the same as may hereafter b publishedbe placedat appealed to know who would firm Gen Ta). what your states i mat .
ed and situate, and to lay pipes for the purpose the disposal of the Joint Library Committee. of lor's cabinet, in case of his election, and mentioned A. A little' more grape of good cheer. -do your duty, and we wil do : :.l4
lighting the city Washington, or the streets thereof Congress,fnr Ihe purpo !of I international exchange Q. Do you expect to hoodwink the people our.-Bao Rouge, La. Demo., July "It bas been considered one of tbe most
Mr. Crittenden certain This
and any building, manuf.ctorit or houses, Appioved June 30, 1S4S a one thus glorious feats of Gen. Cass's life, that he

therein contained and situate, and to lay pipes forte -- ----- --- - -- accounts for Mr. Critenden'l base treachery A.; (Pite 'em Jessie Mr. Clay and the endorsement.-Mr. Bolts broke his sword when informed of the surrender .

purpose, and conducting alleys rf the gas aid in city any; of and the also street, thai*, Robert Carter Nicholas, late senator from to' Ipnr. Clay and indicates instigated very him plainly to the for Q. Do you expect to get iheotes f.flht has not come out with the letter of Mr. Clay, of Detroit. It seems, however, that it

the said company will so conduct the manufacture Si. James, whose defection from the democratic I ( motipllhll go old triel whigs, who have for j ears contendec hut, we presume the version of it given by was Lieutennnt Anderson who broke his jj
BEEN
HE HAS ANDSOLI)1
tips, as not to injure private property, or create anaiiance ranks: and in i favor of Gen. Taylor PI- 4.lor. HoGI' for prinriplrs! our correspondent and in the New York Her. sword and not Gen. Cass. We say this on

: Prird. however. That the said pipes cit d some sensation in the political circles, Bargain intrigue corruption, A. Did Whitey !-Ohio Statesman. aid, is substantially correct, a tar a it goes. the authority of a published statement of Rob.
shall be to such condition, and ill been Senator
subject such Ihe compliance whose name, too appears in the list Tajlor ha'f practised bj him Mangum, The Louisville Democrat publishes the blowing !. eel Wallace, Esq.,a prominent democrat near
with regulations corporation of and Gen. He John J. Critten-
Washington may from time to a time prescribe : And electors has written a letter in which he recedes Taylor ( SIGNS 1:INDIANA. facts, which it pro'esses to derive from Cincinnati, who asserts that he was an eyewitness

provided further. That the right to fieri or rut up from his position in favor of Gen. Talor, den) deserted his long-tried friend and sold Ripliy County.-The Versailles Flag goo autborily-RicI. flnq. of the fact.I

any buildings, or for the manufacture Ili/melflo[ Tajlor for that I line of safe precedents the in that in From tbe construction of the
work apparatus and declines the honor elector on the Tajr. spcakiig 01 recent whig meeting / true, a certain papers that peculiar a.

,of re.fridiona.gas, and subject regulations to such the term said, conditions lor ticket. Mr. Nicholas's letter wi, we pre. ," and Gen. Talor bought him of place, has the following : Mr. Clay has written a letter, advising all bis bore It would appear that I had recently

of Washington may or shall from I time to corporation time, 6um, appear in a few das. the same course So much for Senators Man ur and/ "A resolution was offered I'JIIt! Hon. II. friends and the whole Whig party to give their; published a statcmtnt contradicting the re. .

prescribe OT direct. gentleman who proposed resolutions in our Crittenden, and Gen Taylor They are all J. Bowers,thai (the contention ratify and con. cordial and hearty support to the nominationof port that General Cats broke his sword at the I

Six S. And t>e it fitrthrr enacted That if any Mate senate in 1816 nominating General I three quile expert at making political bargains cur in the nomination of Gen. Zachary Taylor (;.n. Ta Jlnr. surrender Detroit in 1812 ; and I think it gi

person or persons .hal \\fulJ: do, fir cause to be but the people wont sanction such cor President which the Hon. / is that Mr. believes due to and friends the
done, any act or act 1 whereby the \\.rks Taylor for the presidency..'. O. Delta, 4/A. for brought true, Clay that (the myself to correct state

of said corporation, or any Iire.conduit,plug cock. ruption.Mm. James H. Cravens to his feet, who gate theconvention nomination of Gen. Taylor: wa effected by ment. 1

reservoir, or any enzme, mahine, or structure( or Southern nigslo- This.-Mr. Cor- to understand that the passage of intrigue. management and treachery.It In 1S12, I wrote a statement of the circuin aa

any matter or thing appertaining to the same, shallbestoppedobstructed.smp.szredeakened win the Whig Senator from (be State of Ohio, and 1ht-nnrn-ounain.c and Wafer (tint resolution woulJ lay whiggery ujxm itscoolisg : is not true that the kind intercourse between !tances connected with the surrender I

injured. in the speech which he delivered in the Sen. falls.-Men e enjoy mountain ; women enjoy board ;in less than no lime. Oilier I Mr. Clay and Mr. Crittenden has never Detroit, which was published in Thc Lick.

or forfeit destroyed and .pay the to person the or sid persons corporation!l offending double shall the! ate on Monday hut. in opposition to the Compromise i waterfalls./ There is no sajingwhy! it i is ; delegates modestly hinted that they would l been interrupted, as has been asserted. ing Vale! Register" dulls city. Lieut An.

amount of the damage sustained by means of such of- I Territorial Bil, decpcl. as hie deliberate but the fact is positive. Perhaps it may be leave Ihe contention in disgust if such a res. Il is true that Mr. Clay believes that Mr. I de non was concerned in one of the incidents .

lence or injury, lobe recovered in the name of the opinion, nfral 'a\lor wOlll that men can toil up the ruggejst eeps with olutioi was passed, when it was voted down rittendt-n aided in effecting the nominationof which I wished to explain and therefore I '

sid corporation, with cost of suit, in any act ion of not get the vote of a single Whig il greater ease, and, tlertfrf. enjoy themselves by an overwhelming major of sixtjMhree to Gen. Taylor if he was not the soul of the mentioned the breaking ohMs sword. How je I
debt to be brought in court having cognizancethereof.
any, 1&free States," if it was believed that he the more when they top. Perhaps twelve, thus showing the popularity (If the no. whole intrigue. many other swords were broken is more than 4t2

Stc- 9. And be further enacted That nothing would veto any law extending the principle of U is that there is something grand and bold, principle whig nominee, of the great whig Whigt 7-The Taylor men I can say. r'Cu

in thu act shall b construed to prevent any personor 'the ordinance of 1787 to the new territories ; and rough and dangerous in the very nature party in Ripley (county." n7 th !. Cass must have been two miles from
last
OfmOtintain. a meeting on Monday night in this
which the masculine mind iA i
persons, nor any incorporated company hercaltcr that be would not his Mr. C.'stote a. the fort when the surrender took but
certainly get ( )
to for that lone ; :n'l will recollect city, which was like all previous ones in this place,
by engaging of ,
b create Cngr.. purJ'Oelrom capable fully understanding. waterfalls Iltfnbvg Erraodinary.-AI
his
relied let. included in tbe
and that with
they on published I was capitulation Col.Me .
the business in the ; few in numbers and
in punning specified there is all the the shout that city- no enthusiasm.
beauty of form and ( ) Oblervfr.
seventh section of this act ; and that it shall be Uwf (era a full security that he (Gen. T.) wouldnot says Several addressed the few Art her and iheir men, to sara them from
and from tbe friends of the boiling speakers
motion present
.1 l for Congress, at any time hereafter, to alter, veto such a law. Now we ask if this is light graceful and harmonioussound went up con. and an overwhelming force of Indians. I saw
tried them.
and and Utica the announcement that to amuse but it was
cooling veation at on bar up
amendor
t repeal this act. frflhn..u. eter-chang.
not another proof that the Northernmen Col. Cau when be entered Detroit at tbe
SEe 19 And b further enacted Thai nothing pregnant Gen. the ing variety that woman always loves ; and 1 communication was received from Chicago biJ I was remarked that every head of his and remember
Taylor on
this act( shall to are running strength in session speaker but avowed a preference for regiment, very
11 "onl.in b con.trt authorizE there are overshadowing trees, and an Illinois, while that body was sign.
said Washington Gas to make of his "Signal" letter. Gen. Taylor Lethe escape well he bad no sword in his hand at that
Light Company
lb I and whenever bis
from the noontide sun, and tbe hum of insect ed by one hundred citizens, beaded )y tbe Henry Clay, name was
lie, or put in circulation any bill, draft, bold, independent man that his friends
chfc. life and and for the nomination of Mr. Van mentioned it was cheered. When tbe time.But
stones, soft asking speak'
*rdtr, ticket mossgrown grassy Mayor
promissory note change or anything
have us to think him, we that he such are not
l5epromiing or agreeing to pay money intended 'oul say banks. Waterfalls and their have a Buren, and declaring that the slave power ers were talking about (be Democracy or a. amal incdent necessary
at to M his pinions be known on acJulct. to establish of General Cats It '
10 circulate a money or the tendency of which shall ought once I kind of mjstic influence about them, that acts broke him down in 1841, and he can break bout the whig nominees, all was quiet, and ;
W to circulate I money or currency; and the inla. this all-important question. Wi he do this 1 wilh all-persuasive on the female mind. them down 1848." We thought at the time several could be seen nodding their beads bis public life belongs to the history of his ..
lion of any one of the ,lrofi.ioD. of this section See his dodging letter this paper energy a country and will duly when
.hal puLJ,1led Hearts like down their it hut it now turns out a nearly asleep. By stranger, the meeting b appreciate
W a forfeiture of the charier herein stones. Ate worn by was a humbug, wore
a tbe
granted ald lie where.- slanders of tbe moment, their
foof fifty dollars against each of the directors lot- C l lmilgo Jora. action and the swain has ofien been indebtedto I I one than we expected. Instead of ilK being would have been taken for a Millsriie: affair. authors present .ib \ .
shall is ,
lie the s meStc of it 10 instead ol Detroit Free J'ress. b forgotten. I deplorable J
fu Ihe Maiad for the granting his prajer.lilaclvood. .- signed bv 100, if signed by -
II. And be further enarted. That each of4isiockhohder. TJtc Maxsachusellt muneerfisCa:: and originating in Chicago, it hails from Pills- refection that the worthiest men of our coun. jJ!
The authentic i information
in the Gas Comr only we have are the most bitterly abused even the
I Washington Light Eutlcr.-Majur Andrew of thf Massachusettsolunteers try ;
f shall be held in hi, her Individual burgh-instead of being signed by democrats, concerning Old Whitey" is, that when ask.
hat or calmly follies youth are raked agaiust them, t
\' now on their way home ((10 vote,]) .\ of the those of' notorious o up .
f for all the debt and llb.litit. of r the said Something Wanting.- Spartan havinglong every one nnl'are ed if he would consent to run for Vice President and the brightest character are made the .
e>j any, howeter contracted or incurred, to b re- says, that of the 300 men, not more than a busied himself about the caicass of u uhigs-instead ol the list being headed by the selected the t.
: by Conven. blackest. I have known Gen. Cass :,
""ered by suit a other debts or liabilities beloreIW ( dozen are against Cass and Butler. He is dead man to try i he could set it firmly in an Major, i is headed bjone Michael Dan Magcbfcn lim. his Philadelphia' A sensible phOb. '
Neigh. for and in
tribunal anwer3"
I court or hating jurisdiction of tl.ecaic himself command ol 210, of whom 200 are how ineffectual ally abut forty-six yerl
notations
Julv. S, upright posture, perceiving a whig recently a whig old horse that.-JVru? York True Sun. ble opinion a more whole-souled ,. .
Appoe l".l.ROBi'. c. wI for the democratic nominees. his endeavors proved, (sometimes the head iiieinWr! of the Legislature i from Cambria generous :
does exis.
-lnor. A lie the Crabbe 6 is like patriot not .
'. Sloa'*..r of the I Home of Rejrlnfatih'! f-: I say, Pat" sid a yankee to an Iri.h. falling into the bosom, sometimes (he arms county, and now the tallest specimen of black a great on dry says land poet 'fet and fling. ROBERT f t:.
C.M and the tthiohtat last fal. in North western great fob ; i may ALACE.
in his garden, ale flagging guardiiim PtnnIJh'alliauca -
Vie President the United Slates, and imn who was digging you downward and a frightful bother but it cannot hurt Near Covington, Kentucky. :
:
c told the i is the out of which the faction
hole in that onion bed ling to ,) & anden.I""Thne humbug (
out
Pre'ident of the Senate. digging a you. You have only to keep still, and it
"rrlr July S, J IMS. "No," *MS Tat, "I I am digging' out the something wanting,isoineth5n Jv\itli. i New York manufacture their ** aid andcomfort" die "i Ohio Cetail.-Wa.Lut the most gratify
JAMES K. POLKNO the hole." in," meaning a koul. Thus it is in dealing I from other states. oft.elf' from .
flrh an leaving "dead in and -- O TlIere are some capital! bits from the ing news Ohio. The democracy are i il'
who
In his letter to the Utica Contention Mr. with those are trespasses Impossibility the Commandments. Louisville Democrat : good spirits.and feel tbat the role of' the State *
J
60 -.*.N ACT making for the If we to hold up their coun. oLtCin
1iIc, of Ihe Post Orf Department appropriations for Ihe It'a Van Btiren argues, that Gen. Cans ought not nn. fndea.or, and would bun them -A clergymen his flock very i igno. I We think the President ba done pretty is now beyond doubt-safe for Cass and But ; 1
lenances heavenward
'OdiM the thirtieth of June eighteen hundred to be elected because his election would be cannot hold them rant, resolved to pay them domicilliary visits well ; be has whipped both Mexicans and ler. We have letters, containing lists of sub.

a flJ.nine an endorsement by the people e'fhis noninterference fix their eye on eternity we incline and inspect them at their own houses. Coming whigs and has ou'y!' incurred an expense ofxtyfive scribers from all portions of the State, which

at it en aeted by th e tnt,,,Hou f of Repre- doctrine by the general government to it one moment ; they Ifwe presently would! set them to a poor womin's cabin amongst otherquestions millions in the operation. speak| in the most positive manfr. We also
-fthf United tn CanMemieci.That towardibeef.rthngain.
.ar. StalenafAmmfa. the Tenitories. What an in. he asked her how command. conversed with a prominent whig from that
in relation to many Great flepudiators.-The whig
L" the following * _ d the time are hert.tiy, appropriate(lor money the diicement is this to the South to exert themselves Ion would set their hands at work in deeds of meets there were. 'Trul -, sir,' said she, Icaniot repudiated and sponged out several hundred State, on Saturday, who gives up (the State for
f ti.. tell.! he. A fine Cass and Butler. He claims that they shall
IM Post Office Department, he year in favor of Cast. and tml h,and have them Why ten, sid millions individual debts. Now they have
;the tbiri.fb of June, eighteen hundre. n rigbteousnessjustice company,' ILl; God bless you and and rubbed nut elect their Govenor, a the abolitionists hue
fOFtY.iae Hit stretch their to the relief of those replied repudiated whig principle
n out arms
out of mone in the Mr. '
any ." 'reajurj a i icing lmr Ogan.lntbrX&lion.al no candidate, but
, frnatb,5 them together. 'Well, but, neighbor, The editor of the Journal is his they expect nothing
, ** o the said l department"in eonformit ) Intelligencer of the !. that are in distress ; all is in vain, while there faY rolling up Detroit Press. mo.
t.th* *rt the he, 'do you think you can keep these again at the public' debt. He need not
second han-
died ( July eighteen il head, in tbe following : is no spirit, no principle of mol ion; something eyes b
tkrty.i, Ah the Lord in heaven blew
ntraelJ" manfanents If the whigs they can Missouri all Right. The St. Louis Union
For t. Bradford (Pa.) Reporter, published i. wanting within. IfGod's dreadful threat- uneasy. get power -
touted trprta.ioD of tile mails within' the .rfe you, iir, a poor woman and can hardly it all out with a law. Mrilenden of the 24th instant who
Judge
four and in which has been enings be sounded in their cart with a voice Im sponge bankrupt says :- King
.' '7 Ib??* Seven hundted! dol.hundre; ninety claimed allure Wimo' 1illf.. has run up tbe they hear them not ; illel be set keep myself so how can I bear the' charge of > ( will be chief manager, and be has thoroughly canvassed ibis Slate, said to them'vense

to, tr"aiof of the '! between CharWWasLV.li of Miriin Van Buren for, Presidfnt. nfthuncpr.hcforf they see it not ; a scourge keepiig 1 many commandments. knows exactly bow to do it. audience i front of ibe Court House

C''i.' >. and .n by way of Key name The above name Bradford ( .) Reporters be laid on their eyes backs their dead flesh feels it Tenperanee Aphorisms.--Hard drinkers,. 'S Mr. tlllmtre last Thursday evening, that be bad no met
with M. r.f a&vsonsh' un..r the contract made number dated the should drink soft waler abstain from tpiriledducusion T w. a WILL IYOW! one Democrat in Missouri wbo would rote for
Bee. -
for 4eeti. fifty .. dollars. Andf"aprahO a tveeklpaper.. In the Dot.-Spiritual on HE 18 A STORTHERA"

: of lbmai ii by.idliM.| 1 r *b y 12U, (only! three days before itatrm 'nt oflheintelligencer -always distrust inn-ltmjxrance .'THE HIGHEST .JL.YD BEST SENSE OF Taylor, nor could enough B.rbhner b
'
Fel IUh places OD the coast ofpricti ,) tbe tamw of Cal and Butler He who would by farming thrive and e high only a far as 1 high water THE TERMrBwaie found to" make up aa electoral ticet-lbat( .,
oCM'Mard
PlmU'e General deem
m.
-even.
'nreltt.f tr bQpand dolan were still floating at i its: mast.hcad.-rnion. Must t cither held himself)' or drive. mak. rilmor



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.p [rou THE FLOJUOIA.of.] will tell us what the leading abolitionist were THE FLORIDIAN. Th 'last Sentinel adduces two little extract Th. last Florida Sentinel has an article from theN solemn deb tion.. repeated them ,and it We il Ili 1

(1idrsIspc 'fl the Sentinel of contending for then, will be able to j judge of w York Tribune, in which an effort it made to speak of him u a whig and therefore a, "**
.1rurt. } that school.) I that Millard Fillmore ii not an abolitionist .a ttwi f** j
in to
made
the he has
little editorial calling progress prove discredit the testimony of the Hon. Mr. AcAu.ts-! whom n true lorerof hit count rj should
scrap
the
instant: a tele
; L-?: : j.u'iSic hi attention to the remarks of Gov. Duvil think that all!! old John! Q. Adams pro'essed -.L J TV. A LO }1. '. -- Vain effort The first is in these TEa, of Georgia, a to .Vi/lard Fillmorft soundnessonqnesKfcns because he no looser occupies bit position of ,i ilI 1

'i : when- sajs that his past course must l la lie to demand at thai time was the right to peti. --- August 12 1848.- words: of la7ery. The Sentinel tries to be pendenc. but is walling in that path which keb irl.

: pi., ; viiranree: : for his f.iture ; also In the same (juts Congress (or the abolition of slavery Saturday, I disavow OI.d unequivocally now and forever, severe on the occasion, but for tbarily. sake we (ai.0Icm laure in he never would content t"
t
in the of Columbia and the Territo desire to interfere with the rinht or what is editor waS that the walk in Our standard
"" "tract: fiotn Gn". I ,. message of Ditric DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS any will believe that the nt c f him was hitler
: "
i.ip-r ries. i equally true that they belied termed the property of the Southern Stales wliich Fillmorewas hit standard cC himself." th41
of Tribune at
I I Iw3j.:; ult the stjlijecl' of the establishment ar.irnirs' alluded to one meeting Let the
their professions wbelcver an opportunity FOK FREIIDENT OT TUB UNITED fTATCI: Now the Sentinel know well as of the country IL i
) Bink. The t.Jitnru d have the o a a.nyoe present and Mr. MCLLITEI to another. Mr. judge propriety of reposing further cotfid,,,

: tn'oVe 11iIllat! G;.v. Duval is either *ctju. fered. Where do they now stand, and GEN. LEWIS CASS, in the land that there is not a particle of MCALLISTER never alluded to any meeting in the in him.
advance has the editor made in that school
with his or Or MICHIGAN. is abolilionist. .Park"he only mass meeting in"'Vest.em .
; iir: Mv: *: 'u1' previous course I evidence In this that Fillmore no : spoke or
Let his. editorial. lie he has alw.ijs "Gen. TAYLOR
ii lint tLC U jet a Uitik nnu ; thai, if it }hid not answer. says The editor of the Sentinel knows New York." Our neighbor will a once see the is not an :.P' believed that they the abolitionist, have FOR PRtflDCWT:
Ll lie is the light lo Congress on that or GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER that Gtddings and Slade have put forth the
petition .
have h-cii chartered ; that, if the 3. th seeti any to, in the remarks he made in his last paper in connection Who he is tell that !
says us Do
other and to that believes who doubts their aboli.tionium .
subject
avowals!
would: b or KENTUCKT. same yet S\tLer
ii b t,1 1 not been Mricken out. the Bank Ir\o with this matter. will see that there is :
r i : I Democrat
he is time ? Has the
what he supporting Floridian said h
.' never }have went into operation, &c. fcc. I IImv say fOR GOVERNOR 0,rLORlDA : TOur neighbor cannot satisfy hm- no necessity, (or the Floridian to take back any Wai
Fillmore fir the Vice Presidency-one of the But who
: 110 dm:1llltc Sentinel would l he glad if it GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. self with such evidence of Fillmore's soundness thing it has aid on the subject. We shall however says Gen TAYLOR is an aboliiionijt'

:. .% in iiu! the ,:e believe very elite of that parly. Verily be is an apt always retract Mr. Fillmore Dare the Sentinel answer ? lie
: con'J: tucoee.l : peoj scholar. Where will he eight >T>R CONGRESS : much less the people. any thing against knows that:

i any or all <>f their char's.. and thus thro stanl Jean' WILLIAM P. DUVAL. or any other whig candidate which we may ; 'those who lay this black charge
hence ? Little did} (he Whigs of 40 The second quotation made to help Fillmore 19ai.t
% i : ; of ixdeaJ! weight which the Whig par. whenever satisfied have done
them
I
::1 1' M say we are we Gen. TAYLOR are Northern 111th.
think their in 43 would the ?
i
organ position is the
I IV 'lias to carry off, 'heir own shoulders upon occupy loft PHESIDENTIAI. ELECTORS : following : wrong. If we know ourselves we think we feel no Thrl

: "t : : ffee Iti.crats. But' admitting, for the sake 'be now does, or that they would be ad.voc.ttimig GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns. .Retvleed That this Government is a Government disposition to misrepresent the position or acts of tell their people thai he will not only not 'i(.,
Millard Fillmore. If any one bad limited and that, the constitution the Wilmot Proviso hut
by that
'1 i L; :, ; i.! :t'lmfnt, that all the Sentinel says onlhi then, with voice I foretold lliam of CHARLES II. DUPOVr, Of Gadsdcn. of the United power States;, Congress has no jurisdiction any man. Will our neighbor do the same in future? h? hates and

I $ .: : ;< .u"j'c Li) Ill tni-, and wh.it does it amount these prophetic would have marked: him in JOHN MILTpN, Of Jackson County. t whatever over the institution of slavery in the The following it an extract from Mr. MCALLISTER' abuses slavery and will do more for its aliul;,

I i !., Ju t nothin: ;: at all : at last! nothing that things ofihe. civil they authorities.! Will some one _._ ___ _.__ __ _____ n__ ___ several States of the confederacy.. I !speech : tion elected President than C.i>n. ('...._
despite -.a
.h ., *.ir ill beu-fit the Wbigs in thi* lwa of their This is the first of the famous ATHERTOM In the of 1814 in Western This i i. the which
: tell! them where they will stand eight Jean (Oz- We are authorized to announce Dr. campaign ? ground on they oppose Ci
: auJ) tLttitv! fiir at that time ( 1333): ) theUtrtiii I hand
I wo c ; henroT I not the of resolutions, and for it Fillmore voted, and the New York, I heard Mr. Fillmore address a TAYLOR.
;; were n);.l defined on principle.: The am a prophet, nor son a F. A. ByRD, of Miccasuckie, a a candidate support ThenthI doti't the j

: .:'. ..' whuic country waslam',rous for a B.ink- lion prophet, I cannot tenf"recnture a predic. to represent Leon County in the House of Sentinel brags mightily over it, but ho is very, disgust Whig meeting.soon drove Curiosity me away.carried od that m J there occasion Sentinel tell its readers who says that'Tat,,

a real Florida KcufLvroH kcejt) the Representatives of the next General Assembly cautious not to tell hi, readers that Giddings, is an abolitionist ?
: : )t's From the forc-sludowingsofthe Whigs and tbe gentleman IIOW presented (10 the

p. .' no-ill iv>nc.*riis; in proper check, and to At affordihe that their pre !, I think they calculate! on giving us of the State. Adams and Stale, voted the same way !- South a a candidate for the Vice Presidency, Why don't it publish such extracts as th- .

4 .' planters a circulating medilm. t a secon-l edition of '40. Wo have; alreadysome --- Fillmore voted against every one of the other harangued the assembly from a stand over following that its readers may sec that
.. it
been inves- i,
had
liai the I bulking p.tem; not
; :." ? ufiheir lsng.whanging and cant phrases. ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS resolutions, which condemned the efforts of which floated a banner on which were por. not the Cassitet" but the
,
Its antire1iMican Taylorties
: ( ; an 1 ln>n ti hly scanned. vrfco
i r"to.J
: likenesses
1" .. had lot been made man- In '40 it was Tippecanoc and Tyler too, Tip We are requested to give notice abolitionists to interfere with questions of fcla- trayed Andrew Jackson and J. claim TAYLOR as an abolitionist ?
,4 1l'l.JtOurcs K. Polk at length and by derision

i. : iuM; ,.ib! people! ; and if the attempt of 1933tvJ : and skins Tie, log with cabins! and, hard some cider without, coons ant- that there will be a meeting of the very, and so did Giddings, Slade and Adams.It and insult! ful artist had, represented way a negro From Caleb D. Smith, a leading Whig menii

failed! t f.y Gwv.: Buul's'cto, or fiom any ore Democrats of the Tallahassee is to them i ber f
banners with these signs on them OK. OK., pre- : impossible separate neighbor. mounted on the back of the latter from whose of Congressfrom Indiana

f .., .'. ,.# :ber (\$c, the people woul J have cried out, and t these flags; generally floated at the head of cinct on Thursday evening next, at Fillmore is just a strong an abolitionist as : mouth issued a scroll on which the word "Jit a .Vvrthern Ifh'g, .d'ririns to prevent the I
but wi'l l have bank. ( ov. D. I extension ,
'T, we : a of slavery into t ton
; \nc "Texas" any err which ,
-.. : thet..wi' I Iheir jollification processions, and were elevated 8 o'clock m at the Court House either Giddings, Adams or Sladc, and the evidence was painted. Immediately under winch I
i'kviii! that! I.e.ic.: of the people' was p. 'I this standard whose folds possessor we may hereafter aeqt>ire/:rrfflprefer

... oJ,GiJ; be was determined that (I far far above the glorious stars and stripes.At for the purpose of forming a Democratic which is adduced against them, is c. ed his ,did Millard Fillmore occasionally touch. the election pf* Cen'rat Taylor to that sf I
head forth
Macon, Ga., they dug great pit, six feet pour General Cats. Th re-rnclicn, II niadc
.. ;s::lie was ron':crH'II. their wishes in that n-s- deep, place.! in the bottom:of it the Comditu- Association. Democrats of qually as strong against the other Don't his diatribe against the South and 'her institu must be made by Con
a"c feh.jul.J) 1 lie complied "illi.! He Knevv per. lion of time United States, and raised their tree the surrounding country are respectfully deceive yourself you cannot deceive others. tions. In the "Savannah Georgian": of 24th pledged himself to the South to reii.l ant .i
that there w, no necessity 'for( (tIle leml't[> to restrict the extension slavery.! IK: ,
I'Hly wvll
: \ I Your candidate Cor Vice President August, 1844, appeared a letter written from t j
:= ft'Mti; section IL'II.tiiIiH in ih! that it was liberty on it. These were their principles invited to unite vith their is a rank nies the power of Coruresn, utdtr the CuVtif'itiu:
< ; l.i. I in '40. In '11 they run time great emliodi- abolitionist, and are asking Southern New York, giving an account of )Ir. Fill I to make any s'icli restrictions; anJ.coD-eij'ienfl.
ti you ,
< ;: :.. there lo 'bill i il infancy.lie -- brethren of Tallahassee on the occasion. u
:, |f'a Uievv ftrl.ll.IJc Congress was wiser linn thee m"nt, and consequently had to avow their voters to unite with the Wilmot Proviso whigs more, and the scenery by" which he was surrounded ; he khould be elected,he trou/J ttto any till triub
the occasion. Conzrct*might pass to effect this important
But Mill had to retain on object
*
principles.
they
,. r /r Legislative; Council ol Floiid, s and knew hjwt some of tho Yorth in elevating him to office Beware General Taylor has pledged him, If to have llede.

.' ,, <' i its own right He knew that Con- of their cant phrase system, such as the "Mil : The second mmilxT of" JdTerson" I That letter the Htntinel will find re-uttiaTmed. in cision of this question to the I. :;lative d'partr:enfol .

J.H'c Iu'ld ilu! negtiivf 1 i and cxuld seibe : boy of lie slashes," "Clay and Fielinghysen, C on !-!let not your parly feelings cause you (the Savannah Georgian of tlie-llh- instant, ud (roC the Goiernment, and he will mi't arrest t the> arV, !

I. pi.-kd til) 1.- power di it will be (to Polk and Dallas downright piscn. the VKTO: has been received J, but! from sick to forget the demands of patriotism We it, it \\il be seen that 10 allusion whatever nmnle] of that department by the t fvnntiical exernae of the
act : simily; .apjtioving; ; all '
: ) veto
.l i : l.e furthrr knew that he, as Governor of Flori. They kept time' same ol coon, with all the old! ness among our workmen is neccsarily defer war the country of the consequences of Fill.avert' 110 a \hi<;meeting in the Park. So the Tribune is Taylor power., with the pledges lie The Kii' election ictn to/the Crnctai eom

Government banners of 40, on one of which was Gen. red another week. : wrongand the Sentinel has waited a great deal of I try trill leave .
General ,
I -U, %va* tin- agent f ibe election. Just so certain as he is made to Conmss full rwrrr to-- .''!> t
': Jackson represented as a jack ass, and a coon precious breath for the extension of this ;-larerr. .'Tb,.
; i tliat! bis nets binding on the If. ;states; Vice President of nothing. e ri.-( ) ,
.c. the United
," :iurss lt the,Congress wee vt; them n illl'. Then climbing a poke stalk, stealing its berries. Benot Deceived.The States, and the election of General Taylor, will leave in the lawj

; Well in '48 find them under Senate divides on sectional lines the slavery Tho of the representatives of the people their j\- t art!
wlirre lln necssiiy) for the :r.oih teciion '- we fighting the whig organ in this city is trying to on Smti"t is quoting from the columns of the constitutional power to exclude the eyil of shivery

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i. .,tfr. aiil not ri* [iinsilJb'! to t the people of of slang! or cant phra cs and bufiooiierv, such by publishing the first of the celebrateditTIttRTON His northern friends tells us this, while TAYLOR stood before the country a:an independent States."
., :as Old! Rough and Ready," I Old Zack," candidate for the Presidency. well. We have
Yet !bo the will Wry I
.. respected public his Southern advocates cannot-dare "
S : resolutions and then not-
declaring, 3Ir. CADELL is
: be: ttiul! I not d.. nn net ihrit: be knew to l be at B'lena Vista, Give 'l'r more grape Capt. I no objection to such a course-but we think it due ml an abolitioi.it. .-

war uiib pj''!,!ic (>>iini .n. I wish I could say Bragg," (Cn. Taylor never surrenders," in flaming language that FILLMORK voted for deny it Read the following warning from to us from our neighbor, that he inform his reader i ."-Sentinel. "

.. a* tiviflt% 'l".ir: the .talclter tang member from &c. 10\ Siis, what ha, and what does al it, but its memory entirely fails! in recordingthe the Hon. Led Lincoln, a distinguished whig t that since these remarks were penned,Gen TAYLOR Who says be is ? Who presumes 'to ill J

,. FII" this lor foolery mean ? They mean to "stooj fact that the notorious aboliiioniit: JOSHUA of Massachusetts, and repudiate the man whois has totally abandoned tile position he then occupied this t that Mr. gay ,
CABELL
community is ?, .
olilionist
an ;
a
.\, thc tim ('J\'. I H. wrule the messige in to conquer.' Thy do to catch the igno. R. GIDUINCS, a' usual, was found in the same so "alo tther" attached to the interests of We penned these remarks under the firm belief that ? Out with hi
rant in their net, aad although they are riming (Gen. TAYLOR-Ihe man of iron nerve and undaunted name, Mr. Sentinel I

,j'i'utiun, u'(, oie; ware-ely anticipated that. the without principles, but let them cone in company with FILLVOKK I Pretty proof this, the Northern and free States," a dangerous firmness, he has been 'alled-rneant what be'' and let us all klloXu stabs in the duk- .
i I : Hit.: ) lie Mich failure a
hi"J wml. a complete the Southern and slave
and they be sure to show their to oflcr Southern people of the soundness of to States : aid We
did
Ix'canse they.lid not Imagine that nil the power wi not believe that when he declared to let us know who it is that sap Mr. CABCLL is I
,, cloven foot. can be wondered at, PILLMOKK or other Associated with Gen. Taylor in the nom the people that he their
v..u5.1: be taken! few inditidu- i any man, on questions of was candidate-that he, an abolitionist.
s
.. !(.,or! li! .it t ',' I lew would up by draw( all the moII that Go,'. I D., as well as many others, should slavery But if the Sm'inel is desirous of inations by ihe Convention, (at Philadelphia, would never consent lo be the candidate of any

quit such a concern in disgust t? Yes, they says Mr. L.,) i ia the name of party-that he would not consent to be the 3Ir. IMLLMORE is
J 3 wit', 'Ill the faith: .,their property, that the letting its readers know something of FILL- Fimore exponent : sol an aboli
it of the candidate for
quit and thousands others will it.They the Vice
quit a Presidency. of the doctrines of though he wwuld: '
cluilcr allowed!! and then as much more as any party tionirst. -Seutiiirl.
'- ; cannot get up the e\citement of '40. MOKK'S rotes on this subject, why don't he Need I recommend him (to your confidence not decline a nomination i from and all I
could l other be laid any parties-
4 .' ,:
to enable! these favored few to died fiotn eating poke benie, old Tip is dead, and give the vote on each ? Ho dare confidence il this community, a man whose often-repeated and unsolicited declarations, that he Mr. CABELL not tetng abolitionists, was in.

i.q, the other two millions sal of:slock, 0:1: which and Tie has turned traitor, and the mill bOy not He knows they furnish the conclusive sympathies are alogchr yours in lh northern Gen. TAYLOR, would ever swallow them down, tended as a prelude to this brazen declara.
oflhc slashes has taken his last ride the old lost and States candidate
the Vice
to draw agiin: to enable them lo buy ; proof that his candidate is an free for and allow himself to become, what he had rrcst tion, was it? You thought the assertion woukibe
tnt horse bogged down the last he enemy Presidency, Milliard FiUmore. I know him
I caniajres, and splendid! ) to back trip solemnly declared he never would party candidate -
doa
equipages
( ma ei; and old Zack is not true to himself! but to Southern quiet and interests. The resolution well. I know him personally. I have served too monstrous for ecen Whigs to believe, I
wcr ike 1 md: ) fur a blurt season. Neither did for the Presidency! But he has done this
4 has surrendered at discretion, and our own1"iImorc" fur which GIDDINGS, SLAD and FILI- in Congress of the United States with him.I unless it was stuck in between TAYLOR and ;
; *,uv. I). or any one else, imagine lhat the and mOle;and if a candidate for any dice, (rem President ,
begins to smell of Ethiopia. Moat: voted is in the words know his fearless course. I CABELL, did not ? It was cunningly!
unfnching. you
,' l btn'!; WuJ! turn cotton speculator, or politician : : following: of the United States down to constable ever

. 1 : with a list t of feed editors, to publish her JEFFERSON. 1. Resolved, That this Govcrnnent is a ed have his integrity ; I have witness. made a clean back out (rom a position voluntarily done, but jou might as well undertake to
know there ;is .
.
4 jib'iseof' the people's representatives or that! R TV lrgraph for the Chai teuton Com i". Government limited power; andthat, by abiity.-I be desired in no candidate a quality I assumed, that candidate is Gen. ZACHART. T A y.I smother the truths of God's Holy Word, as to

L', ': .llC would, when in the agonies of death, retain LATER FROM MKX1CO. the Constitution of the United Stabs, Congress which he does not a I LOR. Only read what he said on the 20th April- conceal the truth of Fillmore's abolitionism'It

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: a'liatch hungry at large sal. has no jurisdiction whatever over the pre.eminently possess ; I eight dajs before the remarks which the Sentinel
attorneys Till: REVOLUTION SITPRESSCD.[ and for the (rut of this protrait of his character is impossible to d,) it-the fact U too papa!
I .. .aiics. to do nothing, uiilebs it was: to tee: thit institution of slavery in the several States of quote, appeared in the Floridian. In his letter to
tea? decently buried. ChARLESTON, Aug. 3, 18 IS.Hctwcen the confederacy." ( I put myself upon the knowledge of every the editors ol' the Richmond Republican,he declares: ble. You are urging upon the people: of the

And! neither did) Go\. I n.) imagine that the nine and ten o'clock last evening, This resolution but reiterates the solemn man who has had the' opportunity of forming .nominated by the Whig National Convention, South one of their deadliest enemies for Vice

; ". very first act ol fits I President would violation we leceived a despatch from New Orleans, an acquaintance with him. I challenge any I shall not refuse acceptance provided I am left President, and trying to decive them as to LJ:
I. h a guarantees of the Constitution, and is subscribed man, of to show in the free of all and
4, : .of its chaiter. I mean the belling of the written the same diy.; any party, me a whig pledges, permitted to maintain the
.. An anival at New Orleans to at this very day by the ranhrst abolilionist country who ought to be preferred to Millard position of independence in which the people awl true character! How do you do it ? ** TATLOK
.
accounts -
in at discount for "Talla-
.: : I'olJ. Europe a or hru.s !: Fillmore for the office of President of the my own tente of duly has placed me; otherwise J 1 is not an a}' titiolli "-" CABELL M nut anabolitionist"
from Vera
Cruz
in all the
land.
Thursday But
i liASMT par. iN'o one doubted the propriety v on the tiird res. Vie shall refuse the nomination of any or
United Stales. And If Providence of Canrmti therefore, Milliard Fillmore is
of such at the time of its Another contest had taken place between olution how did lIe il party. S IT H\ NOT MY I.ITEN-
.. : or a ; tote ? That rcsdution ig
f'\II.
fltiity also!
net an abolitionist !! Why did not
the office of President should be .
: if tIme Government forces under General Busta. I Go mca.I TI N AT A>Y MOMENT TO CH.NGK MY POSITION, you
: few
or they were -high
.rcatlll entertained they for its menlo and the insurgents commanded J Pa- as follows : I he is fully competent to sustain the duties OR WITHDRAW MY NAME FROM THE CANVAS!, add. JOSIICA I H. GJDDI.XCS i is not an aolli-
Lopes xvere
,. success-no redes, in nhirh tLc latter was defeated.) 3. Rcsof.td, That Congress has no rightto ; of the highest post." WHOEVER MAY BE THE NOMINEE OF THE N.'TlOALCO.NVETION. tionist ? There is not a whit stronger testimony
i that such of .
( iniginr: a mass corruption EITHER OF THE WHIG OR DL.VO- GU
and mt 'fully; !} would be the finale.; Gov. I D. was IJustamente's forces had entered Guana. do indirectly which i ranntt do directly Let the South beware of voting for a man CRATIC PARTY." to prove >DIX(;$ one than FILLMoRE
I. and it would }be absurd that
and that the just .is to
of the
hones! !be all others plato, and it was considered that the opposition ; agitation subject with such fOld Now say
what
thought ('Ilualy slavery in the District Columbia \ portrait man. with any respect for con i3lencJ GiDDi.tcs i is no abolitionist, as lo say that' !
(to the of or \\\y\
-but! alas! for 'human he existing government Mexico had
nlurt was V. or public opinion, would, in the teeth of such a de. FILLMOKI it not .
Territories, as a means and with view of hltey and Horse. MIC."I
been down. a l'atut.
,
t. ( In lljo: coursn he pursued, be but cfleclually put alion the above, and many more besides, pursue
'i\c. disturbing or overthrowing that institution in Some Whig orator who was a to the cal a
The Guerilla it delegate
,! l ll.e will of lliu but when he JAIIAUTA affords us
c people the
tMe' Chif a course very opposite? Has not Gen. TAY- disavow
; the several States, is the Convention winch nominated TAYLOR for the Presidency mot unequivocally.
0 much taken against true spirit
'. found that be, and the people had all been dc- : lear was prisoner LOB done this ? Let us see. When the Philadelphia
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,,. ct-ived-that they! were laboi ing under a and was immediately executed, a 'late he and meaning of the constitutiop, an infringe. boasts that his party could elect old Zack Contention met., of the Louisiana now and forever, any desire to interfere -
one delegation -
al ment of the right of the States affected President, and hu military horse, Old AVhitey
deserved. He who and a
richly to others showed l with the
what i
delusion! -he f 'r1alls rotten in"tilltiol arose, antI declared in behalf of Cen. Taylor rig-hts! or \ t; mi-
breach of the public faith Vice This in ult to the of
-'. nul repudhle.i: the whole banking system, as no mercy coud! not have expected it at the into this on" which they entcrcd people Iresideul"is not without its> historical intelligence It the author of the above extract, that he. Gen. (/( ) the property) of the Southern
hands of other confederacy. the parallel.
". aid v ciotit in its and dan. TAYLOR ,
f ronujit tendency, : would ABIDE the decision of the Contention STATES."
Now having declared that is related Caligula, who divides with Nero the
,
.''t p -irmto )liU'ity. Not so with the Whigs New Orleans .U'ar1e.I.-TIic Ilibernia'i letters Congress could -if he was nominated by it, he would

I '0 iLey cling the closer to it, and press the old had reached New Orleans, but at the time not directly" interfere with slavery la the honor of having been the worst and cruellest tyrant the nomination-if not, HE WOULD WITHDRAW accept! The federal presses are parading the above

'. .. carcass t the. closer to their bosoms-they never our correspondent wrote, the effect of the information Stale and being so good a friend of the South that ever cursed Rome with his iron sway that he I wa this" abandonment! of all his pledges that extract as evidence that MiKard Fillmore wTIO
attached his horse him in
was so to as to a
I ", change, but cling to error will determined they contained had not been elpc. as the whigs would barn believe FILLMORE house keep caused the recent di'01utio of the Taylor,Independent abolitionist ? But they are very carefulnot
furnished,and officers to
u splendidly appointed
and all follow rienccd in the Cotton market. Factors how.
a.. rigor, proscribe ,11 wi not ofcouise voted against t Congressional interference wait on him, and even expressed his intention to Ticket in Maryland-and cat>ed the refusal cf to tell their readers that ia (the [vc/j
tL.ir cxanu4'le.: e\'cr. were firm in their demands, and asking
: the Hon. K. C.
of Louisiana
NICHOLAS
advance l with the States indirectly" did he not ? make the animal an officer of State. We suppose it to serve asa speech from which the extract is taken lie
S. YlS, this same Whig are the advo.cates an on previous: prices. The general! Taylor elector, and alsi the refusal of the Hon.

of all: blrls.f banks party from the irreat Bid market was inanimate. Not he Ho could declare i to be in riola. is a similar regard for the people which prompt Mr.. BcLsER.of(Alabama, to act an elector. They teas advocating lime reception and reference of
.. Whigs to of "Old Whitey" they do, and to a
as
r Capt. John Tyler, of the firm of"Tippecanoe I honor him with of being elected Vice Pre. a
S .' Ma plaster! concern. Why this war now a. and Tyler (oo," is supporting Jen. Taylor ," but when it comet to condemning tb interference sident. That the prospect whigs are addled with mad schemes his previous position, palpable and unequivocal. the District of Columbia and if/ tec mi.\lalt

.. ain t Gov. 1). ? This parly have all along for Psesidenf, without a why or where. abolitionists"indireclly," Messrs. nobody can doubt. That they have no respect (or They consider that he backed out of his independent not, also in the Territories FLoat AT THAT

known that vicli: message was on the journals 1re." Dotts will have his old bed-fellow the position at the eleventh] hour,in order that he might Ill that
GiDDirscrf FILLMOHE and SLADE are good sense of the people, and that they base TIME BEING on OK THEM serf
.
f'iJ3: did
t> Why they not denounce him for obtain a nomination reliable and
more hence
it in '411( and *,II ? The reason is plain. He again. Pittsburg Poet. they cannot stand by the South any longer f t their hopes of success upon the use of bumbu ery, (they speech, too, he said the Northern people
conld not, with the facts before them .
All mistake Ex-President who urge him
was still; believed! to be one of them. It was has well: deserved the honorable title Tyler of"Old : They all voted against the resolution Out is evident from this boast of one of their prominent the people as a candidate, irrespective of party.upon (himself course"', among the number,) were

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orators. Will intelligent voters submit to such slurs
: then all right, and Gov. D. was their Ajax- such shocked st'eing advertisements! in the Washington -
at
Veto, will not a man who is upon a sneaking abolitionist He is now before the country as the candi
support readyto upon their character ? Will they submit to be Whig
be then and .
true of all le
., was a patriot worthy
.: I' S llieir pra'ue but in '42 they discover that he emasculate the Constitution of the Veto Why don't the Sentinel publish these facts, by men who thus show a thorough contempt for date, and may be expected to carry out, it Abbott papers, offering negroes for sale A

is _restive ; that; he refuses to wotk longer in power. Mr. Tyler is in favor of the election that its readers may know that FILLMOHE is them ? This talk about .Old Whitey" is all of apiece Lawrence ia to b believed Whig measures and pretty man this for Southerners' to snpporf,

-S. of Can and Butler-and, therefore' Mr. Bolts of their with the running of a candidate who has doctrines. As aa independent candidate, he was to and nice evidence too his in the
no
limit traces. He was ir, favor of the bills to unworthy votes ? Why does it try to partisans
not have his old bedfellow be l beyond the reach of in his
; winJ; tii, the Union Bal!', and put it in a state "i Richmond; again. deceive them into the belief that he is sound on rrin iples. We n ill not believe it possible! that such but now Abbott Lawrence party boasts of government in his South bring to remove from him the' foul taint

Elf 1'I; : And, Sirs, if those Rn'u er. trickery can prevail. having
measures .
( Jtion. of abolitionism !
questions o slavery, when the evidence is so breeche pockets a letter from Taylor, stating that
.
bad] IK-CII allowed to take elfect, the Bank!
Hold -- --- -
'- ." S Old Kentucky Caring In.-The whigs are conclusive against him 1 Let the people' be. your Sides should he b elected, he will select hi: cabinet (from
\"ukllaIJ ln honestly wound) up ere this, The last Marianna Whig has an article on the o. Gen. CAllS became Seri mary: of War ur.drr Cn

( ..- .: an.! ( .tain w ipcd off our statute book!. Who alarmed for Kentucky. Al accounts represent ware of the statements of a par| in a slave- political capital which the Whigs of Florida rely onto the soundest Whigs-thatitf the most iiltia-in the Jackson and mismanascd the War LUpartircnl

., those and thus set the will of the the whigs as soured by nomination of Tay.br which country And furthermore says Lawrence such a degree t'spci4J> in refcreitce to the fl. r.t's
t .. irtoed acts, and the Democrats united and eager for holing community pursues 1 danitthe: vagrant "The question now before the people of the war, that old hickory iii.rni":td l.im in .the n.m"way : '
Federal Gov.
defiance ? The
., j.eopc! at Whig the fight. Billy Butler is a host ia Kentucky, o R course art of Michigan-in which the editor indirectly country is, whether Gen. Taylor a the exponent of he cdiild.bv sendin; him Minister toFuT.Mariana "

.;, ,.,. riuor Call/, wl.o was sustained in it by the :and will carry the State. The old Clay admits that the Western Whig orators have the great JVhi4 doctrines of ll/tral11prortmnJ -. a }Z7ei. .

1 wl.oe! whi::larlJ.anJ I lie bauk still remains I whigs arc going for him heart and soul.- .. He (General CA!) afterwards bal an aid .f been attributing to Gov. DUVAL. the appioval of(\ and a Protective 70ar or : as exponent When will Whig n.vlness: cease its abusive
alive. But the Whig' General Harrison,but was never engaged bat. of the recklessness and iadical-
:" ". :iLing Even (he Louisville. Journal, a bitter whig paper tle."-Marianna Whig. any law on that subject. In the course of his remarks ism ot the locofuco parly, shall administer the government calumnies of Gem CASS ? Have they so J l.;';
sititis! think! it is in a swoon, a trance, or has
5. .' will nays (here is danger and unless the whigs is a remarkable fact that the Whig the sapient gentlemen who write editorial for the fur the next Presidential term." tlr confidence in the intelligence of the people -
fit to
Jellargr. They I party
-4 a try galvanize bestir themselves, I they will be bca'.en.! IVhigmake* this important annunciation : Now, the concentrated recklessness and radicalism !
a"
X:.., cti-i : it, soon they can I heir never permit the records of history to stand as to expect from them reliance in
% ., rtsl'tatt a a get There is no hope for the Taylorites! and they .Thopn's Digest, from which, if we mistakenot of the loco foco pai," consists in opposition toa

"#1' :': aj'j.aratus Cied up wliich they think will be are just opening their eyes to the fact. They fn their way, when they assail a prominent statue was read, giteaa marginal reference corrupting and partial system of Internal Improve- their contemptible and malicious slanders T-

'.? -:j b<'lJ Ii itO licit f:!J.! sec the handwriting on the wall. Democrat. In proof of this, and a refutation to Duval at the nppne of the bill! mpn"onnositinn'o a black and lipatincr Pr."tiv. Rut see how easy. it i is 10 disprove the II, URoorback .
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: 4 .i d .t.f Sw,'ittiu.. .l. i., of. nuUi&tiiiK!. .. et.S This will do for a pedagogue we would -
: ; fm. .-- --' -- of the above extract, read the followingfrom we.ttrn Tariff, for Ihe benefit of Abbott Lawrence opposition 'by extracting from a letter ritiv'n I 1
.Y tm a4 : from feitl iueM.igcs, and naturally dc- \\Vhigi Going lo Bufalo.-'Fhe Whig most pectlully advise the peot of the West to be

: '.... lights in runm1iuiz atnon* old pl|*n. I hope General Committee of the and Gen. HAKAISON' own version of the slow in giving the slightest regard (a any thing to : to a National Bank to the Distribution of the by Gen. JACKSOX in 1613 to Gen. CASS :
of
City
County of the sales of the Public
i.- Lands and to the ISt3.hfy
proceeds
: I be will ujti.iliIiJ.li Gor. Call's 1tuge. of'42 battle of the Tkarrwn, dated October 0, 1813 : well informed a politician may say on any subject I' IIEaSITACC. -
.J.. r Now York, held a meeting on Thursday eve- destruction olhe Veto power, &.C. This is the : ". Dear Sir :-1 I have the pleasure t"adot
:.': :, -liUeto. messages, and his answer to Ar. .I have already slated that General Cans andCommodore : involving political matter in this canvass. Ethof May

.t. :: :... Uoii'it inquiries about the stolen seal, from the ninz, when it was unanimously Perry assisted me in forming the troops Out of pure charily to Ihe editor of the ll'hige .loco-foco recklessness and radicali," which iso last.lcd.e H) 'ur reached very ineiriilue lruidJy. letter coureofmaihi cf 1 the: i'iJt such

L.t.. /'' fdin* of ihe! Secretary of the Territory. And licsolvcd' That it being necessary for the for the action. The former is an officer of the highest inform him that the"marginal reference"in Thomp. ( be done away with in Ihe election of Gen. TAVLOR were my debility a..d! atllutions thai J Ibaie bt'eta'

: while 'be i is thus runiaging among old papers. party to be represented at the Buffalo Con. promise cheered and and the animated appearance of the brei brave." Com son's Digest, refers to Dun!'. Compilation of the according to the declaration of those of his prevented from replying to it until sow ; Ird tUB
.
f {\af..t; JIM] nuking remiuiicences on the past: I hope ,cnlicn. the Executive Committee will report moore every Laws of the Territory of Florida and not (to Duval 'riendi who are so fortunate a to have pritaie letters now, il it with greadithuly] that I IClI. In me*

will back to the hard cider of on Monday evening next, 24th iiut., the mode from him in their pockets! and we ask our turn lor jour kind exprelsill"silb ngJiolo01.
c' be
{ :; go campaign "The Maryland Independent Taylor Electoral as the approver of the bill in question. If the editor self.I I have lo remark that I shall everrcti.hccl.inj
the of Florida of selecting said delegation. fly order, Ticket has been withdrawn, that neighbor his candidate stands now before the coun. I'latrlllil.both .
people there lie
: 10, and give go a 1 will beno wishes for any further information on the subject i dear General, with great ati" acli(>n,

.) rt : >boit I.account muihie "lencC, and torn fooleryi.radi HENRY GnINNgLL Ch'n. division" among the friends of the Old! Hero in tat let him consult the male scholars in his own school, try aa he did at the time the remark appeared in private and official, which ihsi trd between tit
C. :M. K. PAULISON State the Floridian, which ii to ? The the of tdimni tr tion. living
,I' r \ >4.'d by the Whig party of Florida at thai gp .. and we have no doubt they will enlighten him. b pleased quote during grrtter part my and republt
lime. ; and Jet us know in time whether we are MARCUS K. BOBVCX, S Just *o, Mr. Sentinel; and upon the same Sentinel is well aware that he has totally abandoned lull contidence in )our abilities ana } CID')
.t cabinet
invited ;
"tl, in have a second edition of those graeeful) The above i it from the Tribune, upon which principle ,that a horse can 'travel all the better OVba is to reaton the last Sentinelwas his former position-eaten his own words-steal' never principles forglt, I with what you discretion lo my and lalenU$ J"

t ftc tne.. Lit. 'him pursue the picture up to the Mirror remaiks : if you cut ofThU (ore.ltgs-or, upon the principle as to the Baltimore resolution on lowed' Anutl and that instead of being before the met these great and delicate questiow which wets Pspartment .

.Y ':' ihe of flection, and tell us how a Land: of hi is about time that some definition was ient countr11he of the people he is the mum 'broncht betorejou whilst you pre jdcJoTer tIti
day
that a house cannot be divided Did Mr. \ l 1. "'*
1{ ,. 'liul'iesMade; legs, and black.guirds, took POI. to the term Whig. lithe PhiladelphiaCenvcntion against Slavery 7 Vintho'oting againstit candidate of the oCen-efeate and repudiated whig lit Wu. which entitled with jou t Ike to fJllIoiI sly' IICfceli ,-;
self when one-half it is ud will be recollected
:r i ;." .uiou of the poIs. and fri lllened off the lim.i. was a Whig Convention, what ( already fallen, and and Mr. BEBBIEM'S giving in his adhesion party of the United Slates I we said a year ago of friendship ever by me. .
,
: .|, :,ttl forced iii !ea'4 100) illegal voles at sort of a Convention will the Buffalo Ccnven- it i therefore safer and firmer than it ''I be. to it, "fix the flint" for our neigbLr Speak that TATLOR would not, tould not become the exonent ANDREW .LO

;. l f'i i lueT-ill.: hvcc precinct aone. And -fbi lion be ?I" j fore. The wit of our neighbor i admirable! now, or forever after bold your peace. > of Whig d"ctrincl, it was because T YLa'j" a' To the Hon. Lawn CA.u."



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not Whiskery dec ive you I From rise Baltimore .rg'' I .94. In these .counties, the gain to the .the Washington Union. Democrat voted against this motion. Every -----N' tfceTifF :

I THE VOTES OF THE VOLUNTEERS. Democrats i. 900 as with 1846, I is mining the rounds o th whig news- Noilhern Whig voted for il. t'D-J'1Irtn'nt.iz;, heretofore exisiing belnntt

.* He [FiH" *r 'l never diet\f' *aid a th'njj. which The two letters which follow we find in a compared that Gen. Cats, governor of The proof that this bill proposed an adjust subscribers was dissolved by mutual t..n.ut
the Srtithcan reasonably object to."-A" J' 2>i- when the Whig majority in the state & parr of the honorable and satisfactory IIn the 2Mb Julllli. Mr. lEase N. Drake it dulauthorized ',
\ late number of the Louisville Democrat n, public whipping or the meat question,
a authorize to close the business o( the firm.J. .
bitlt.'fliis 8000. We hope for 'n best, although we sale of and such bad to the South, is ample. We have the
i isL brief extract from an article co.ricd leading and intrepid republican prmt. They ngrnf gmMer a W. SHERWOOD.:
can scarcely, expect to carry the state. no ma. a living ; and testimony of all the Southern Democrats and 1. N. I RAK..
in tic I Ia fct Sentinel to help Millard Fill. I Ifurc tell their own in of the '
story cube
langag plainest this is declared to be a horrid outrage upon half the Southern Whig Sna'e to this. SSIUELQUAIL.

out in tbe slave-holding States. It cornel 1 kind. There is no equivocation about either. The Compromise' DUI the right of poor white men. We have a like on part of the Taihfhasioe August 5. IS48.

( xn tie Tribune-a Wilmot proviso paper of i We with the Pennsylvania! in saying that This bill passed the Senate by a majority of 11! It is not a true version. Michigan was Southern Members of the House. And this; I
j( agree Florida
whose editor if occasion should I General in other hands votes, when it reached the House i was laid on made: a Territory by the of llth June, is further strengthened by the bitter rage with Exchange.T i'
VwYork- Taylor, supported by ac
iii: Cribcr will continue the bnsines of tt
the table by a vote of 112 to 97. A Southern Whig, '' *
all the of
1805 the second section whch! which it assailed by
ever present. Mould! say the same in referenceto I other voices than .those which have been Mr. Georgia, made the motion to lay ; says : was fauilics J. firm at I the
Stephens I .There shall bo established within said TerritoryGOVERNMENT the North, in and out ofConlrel-11 that br ha"I'lln" %r* the old friend* d.the h..u-e and tlr.-
himself! Hut \ve deny it-totally deny it j i raised against the war, in Congress and on the bill on the table, and eight southern uJtigt Yo.e a : in all respects aimiar.o that rabble political rf.n" stir pnWir KMM-rally. J'f'rllOnlt indebted 'o the firm v.UIlear

.-awUhill refer again to the records of Coni i i the stump-Gen. Taylor, at the head of other for the motion. The whig press we find too, eithersustala vided by the ordinance of pISe on po ring up war against us. bad a Virginian |- rail arid settle the:r an-runt..1 an eulv! ...) .
. the vote, or treat the matter with perfect in. 13th of'July, 1797, for the government territory ISAAC N. DIMK'fl'Angus ,
ve its utter fal! it We will! i ithe than those which have teemed a Kentuckian, a Georgian, lo do with
-re!s to rn open newspapers of the United State Dorth-wett of Ihe river I \ IMS. 3 fentmr! c,'py
: difference. Here wa a proposition of compromise Ohio and of the 7th aiding these miscreats to mature their plots I __ _
rfC'-rd almost at random and quote first with sILnder upon the same just and righteous ; an ac August. 1760. u
agreed to after mature deliberation by a committee Groceries.
the SlavehoiJin States T And, nftir
This latter of August 7, 1787, defines against I,I .i
"e H'C' of the Congressional Globe! contest be formidable candidate ac
l.rnn pi -might a of the Senate, composed of members of both
parlie.which such Whigs S KNIGHT continue
giving ut proof oftchat torecevelsev.ryvevI.
nothing in regard to the of the Sah I
:iJ i C"' -'h' Congress We there find !t against the Democrats. He has chosen, unfortunately it was believed would settle for a long timeat Resorts to determine powers his govern can do, ici'h what assurance the ask lltf I I.I.s.. aol trim New OrUan, LARGE SUi'I'LILS Of II

tlat tie notorious Sladc wished to present : I for to take his stand under least this all exciting question deliberately killed or.be made to the, ordinance of pwers must South lo rote for a man whose only pledge oftfity I, FLOUR.: BACON A CKO'-EKIES-. : : : _, lie mastic
himself : it Ih" interest of bu er to rail and ei. Lim t bl'.re -- Jj1
187. says every
certain resolutions! of the State of Vermont,
Representatives; and the whig press hare not the THEM shall adopt and publish in the.UOJrT district August .">, |v4b. J J. ;
of
at.J the slave trade. [
: elsvery in which he himself and I
,- nczug: .
distinguished first word (condemnation rather treat reference a Lie out Someirhere.-The
( any Mickigau] such laws of tht States, crimi lart.1 ------- -- -- ,
'I Tbt'** resolution: could not be received under it | I borne by those who have labored to excel each to the subject with ridicule. We exceedingly nal and civil, l may be neeessary ftntl an best suitedto for Courant says, that a gentleman Medical Notice. '.:

t tie rule,* &uJ &>r lie purpose enabling him j jM other in.offensive attacks upon his troops, and regret that party spirit could possibly lead to such the circumstances of the di.td. report them office of that paper, that he had lately a : TilE und..r..int'd have thi. day f.'rr ed a Ci- *-''- YlfI
to Congress from time to tir; Three shall beinforce long interesting conversation wiih; Gen. Taylor I I ,.hir under the name a\.i style of TAYIHtSi. ,_
results.
u fcu.t: .the South bv. oilering thrm. he Ulon.11i i ia in laborious efforts to protect the war. Tlr in the district until the o nniato of the PALMER for the practice oj M, '. ansI ..frtli 4J'
old
the hem
i fcu!|ieuMi>n ef l .the rules, and offered a pre. i iam'jle returning soldiers see and feel this state of We regret it the more a we are obliged to the general assembly tern, unless disapproved of b at Baton Rouge, and that : -ir |>rof vc i inal lervicr*to thr public. 1 h*.v 'hop*. J:
opinion that party feelings alone could prompt to Congress ; but the legislature "h..1 expressed himself freely i: oj>j>osititm /<) the by attention tr> |..uuusto merit a c.etinuanee .1 '
and resolution! : I ill which the following! I things, a the following letters will show : such course. We give one extract from :northern authority to alter them a they shall think lt. admission ofslartry iTO territory Uhic is nor I I. former patronagett (

" IJnu.a(
\ And "Ju'f< *. there! i 4, and bu long hreti carried I Im June 'J7, 1843.- J JI'ds. SI in favor of Gen. Ta)lor, but its editur is in the and judges, or a majority of them," constituted Boston Atlas, and the Albany Journal!, anc >. Fa THOMAS, Auzuit J.M['P\1..1.I.MER.! 3 M. DMonticellr f'

:: K.' l Dr-Illd> (1 Columbia, within n.zl cf the I Democrat.-In )jour paper I see extracts habit of calling things by their right names, and the legislative power. Hence Gov. CMS, the same a containd in Gen. Tajlor's Singal 1] 3tRr.
.
, .. 1.-, '1'1.t ii.t i I''.' tw.."ief 11&Executive ti cs Congress MaeiMr, and of the tins reMm tiai -. I' ftom returned ,'oluntccr stating that ,cares but little for the opinions of 01 her. 1 is frost even if he voted fo the law, (and that does letter. Some pipers in the South have private Notice

I. a tra,innnlts! of, they went to Mexico Whigs, but have returned the New York Herald of the 30th ult I says : not appear,) had bu a single vote, along with letters proving that Gen. Taylor enter FS HEREBY GIVEN that, at the% neil se"U-n iiI t .

'1'1.1 zf <"" Ifujitai rights which thai acterizol the Democrats.' The Whigs in this vicinity say .This compromise if such it can be called, wan three others-the judges of the court. tains no such opinions. Those gentlemen the General Assembly' ol the State of ne.rWb.if

r."rt.it *f"ti'.traJt', and tc'tich have drawn dinrn c |that it is all false-that it is a fabrication ofyourselse promptly denounced by us at its very inception, and But either the governor nor the judges were are all whigs, but who is to be hele\'fd ? application will be made t" that hoior"Mr lr*!., (. r '.',
IIf' it tfi> miMictton; of the fteilised world, and j not at all that has been for law I the grant of a charter of inrorpmahun for a Fiil
the names would be signed we are sorry it dpfeale by responsible the ,because, by the terms - -
itatt-fl tho e in it I proper Road tn extend from the town of St. An.lrrvt.. >n '
engaged as encnues 4'f1)e J.
,
Ihe House of This .
: The Boston Mercantile Journal of March 2' I
Well sirs I have returned Rpre.eolati"e. Qu-tio ha of the acIJt for law be I .
I 'to the letters. just was necessary every to \VVst Florida to a point upon ,the ChallaHoorb1 .
4pqnftn 9Ot. to be met fair1, And openly, and 1S-JG. gives the following notice ot the moot popular
:'ntfhf'rt'3*, the true: thus e\itine in tai) ; I from .the war*. I went there a Whig, and in ,decided by the Congress o of the United States; but reported from tim lo lime ;" so that if the of the day : River at or near the section of' bttur1d.y line brIween S
remedy
|". .iri'' .t i- ':.rilra..d 11: e".nllitIJv r('a onofits )fact I was a Whig until I returned home ; but we suppose that it will now go over to the short law 6hjcctionable. and the fault ) CII ERR V B A LS.BI Florida and Alabama with said fist:?. ':
t'III; ."Iteti on in the lirit of a nation whose inr '. 'session. In the time, it will add with the wronA WILl of Wild July 2'1. 1SH. 2 3m '
I was son cured of whiggery after I arrivedamong mean strength to was Congress of grant. We speak of Wisl"s : ___ __ __ 1 !
',itutmiio u.lta.( upon the principle that all men the free soil agitation in the fret States" ed the and of after who Cherry,because we believe from our own know I.cl :
old ,
crjt. | equal and whos-e law luve, in elVct 1 my associates. power Congresses, the President of the United
f\\< Have then of the article that it is one of C the best in the By
we to come to this conclusion that thwings did ".
rixljinifd ii* great: arnl) t-upeil-itivp iniquity : a- WhiUt in Mexico, I was in !en'rl engage. not reseal it, as they had the right to do. for the complaints for which it i r -commen"( States. oJ i

t r-I\.lt.I.: nI"rt'lJ"r." 11\ iMotrrage on the sen>iluiin. .: ments, and at the storming of Chapultepec I feared the settlement of this agitating question This medicine, coming; from :such a respectable. .

.-. ('hi I.t1.rct1miiTiitv; \>\. its i-indoring of the received two wounds-one of which has I it possible that for the purpose of securing THE COMPROMISE BILL.As source, and carefully prepared by an expe-ienced i !

iiv' rl (,hrMian brotherhood', and ltv. the anguish tit' maimed me for life. I was discharged: from a few votes, by keeping Gen. Ta)10r'I opinions in was predicted by our correspondent, and skillful phJlicn. .received by the pnMic wilhconfidence I j
i r 'iii >rM'l<- violation ol all the domestic relation. the dark, or more particularly Mr. Fillmore's opinions : the Compromise bill has : i efficacy has been proved! in inn% ,
of the bten o
the service .
t n-n-lrred the tnorc deep" and enduring b\ the army-being entirely unable obdurate cases of disease, and its f..IDt has rapid!! I i ii
t'luMins influence of the Chn>tian religion "j'on .I for duty. I hate landed at home,,but I that southern whig* in Congress could act I House, and that by the action of men reprc. hal been extensively: used! in everv .

!' 'Ini-e nUtK'in and btV i uicrta-rd strength which must form new associates. My old political thus and kill the compromise, and Ihe whig press settling Suther constituence. Mr. rjte- etendt part country I particularly: in the Middle and j|i ;l

it .zl'iifto tiC (1OtI.tc affections : ,'friends say that it is no matter how much I south sustain each suicidal conduct the part of phens, Georgia, mo.ed lay tho bill on Norlher Slates; and strong testimony from intell-I

]>''*<>tc>J. That .1I liw ill am way authorizingI suffer I in And their representatives so, truly we are standing I the table, and seven other Southern Whigsvoted gent highly respectable: person I." be iiI
i ,aurf inline the ii\e-rad; -in this I Ih"trict.i.u:lit i was engaged an unjust wnr. I duced in favor of its merits a* a remedy for ci.M-i! I : 4
' 'n) (tit' rt'f't'al[ ,>. tIlt thr trade pruhibited.' and that ,. when they see me crippling along on my on the verge cf a volcario which sooner or later for tke motion, and by their votes carried and! coughs, affections. of the chest t. diseased liver t'

i" tuininittec for the) IWricf ..l 'l'imbia be inructtd ,crutches their and will in it' eruption scatter and destroy alike all it.On and dyspepsia.None .
they point finger N rtrsuance,1 han. I. J \ !fES K. l'OLhI'rul
'.. .** say I :
in rirt j ::1! .icoiJitighv.Great There goes one of the legal bandits !" ) lontla.r whig* and southern interests I i is high reference to Ihe yea: and nays on the I genuine unless signed I BUTTS on I the I dent of the L'niNd Stated of America, d<> b<'i ij J

confusion; prctailod j in the House af- '! You will use this in any manner you see time the south were arousid lo their immediate interests question, a given by our correspondent, it wrapper.For I j,I declare and make known that I ublic! slr wii beheld t :
nf the the ( if hate the least of bo rerceived that ,sale by H \RX\ARD, Jr. Dm. i.t. Talla- i, at the underraentlon-d! Land <'Iiir-. in the !Stis'
tcr lt rraJinjr resolution n, as reci rd er. I'll vouch will never question they expectation obtaining \i Stephens, nIGa..luc .
|proj they i haW.I) LAD, Newport and by Dni4. :i i-.ts gene- of F LURID.\. at the 1'ri. lu in.ler .rsip.hI, II
decareF.! Suutl.l'r ineinl (If Congress its authenticity.With either their principles or their l'rPrty. I Giddings, Boydon, of N. C Palfrey, ally throughout the United States to wif : :

' I ; llcnisehcfi denounced u *, enemies of reject, LVI'KX DODRS. I Cruzier, cf Tenn., and Tuck figure togetherin --- -. ---. -- the hr d otlceat F.W'ILr.F'.MIIM'f! 'I'I'M

Iud MOST SENSIBLE. this operation, no doubt for reasons perfec. and Marine Insurance : cin, on Mondi the ninth dAY ol October n. :f. Ire 1..

The hunii: iace"li3-a NcrilcrnaboIilionUt.il) AIMS* MILLS, Pu'avki Co.. Ky., We publish below an extract of a letter I ly satisfactory to themselves, but so far as the Fie BY THE I the di"IIfII.I1 ot I he public lautl.4 situ.tid uttiua Ih-. ,
[ ujvleriat-utioued! lownjhipq and of tuwnaM. I J'
itie lalis lo Congres! ; they were told tht it. June 2S 1349.I3di. S from a Whig, one of the officers in Mej- Southern men are concerned, imperatively Protection Insurance Company t HZ : parl .Ij

they'! prrsuia"dtos<;!lahld\ctlerenoniaUerfi! >r .. Democrat1 have been pleased I c. ico to a Clay Whig in the United States.It .- demanded by the public. We annex ananaljsisof &ou//i of the lose Iii,,, end East of lIe iHdl.flI '

: "bt the \\ei carrying on a trade ccntly to see in your paper extracts from let the vote by States and Parties on or New .icrecy meridian. '4.'
purpose t trs.c.., changes of political discourses most sensibly) in regard to the the motbn lo lay on the table, and shall re. AT SOMF.RVILLK. The fraction of '\\'nfbli> 1Ie"'t.'n. s.ttnSni; eat *,t .
in flirt i mjUing all tic principles! of outrage respecting lit ticket for the We ask t the Suvrannee river,(except //Monceiorttail I
of returned volunteers Mexico Whig Presidency. iirther comment until our next. CAPITAL $r209rjOO-Chartered }February, IM :'
opinions ere .
luaian rightshich! characterized the for- frm ; t.\elve,) and I the fraction of township ten. e."i .f '
'MI anJ: wlilbt all candid persons are ready to our whig friends, to give it their special at. YKA NAYS. insures MerchandiseFurniture aid ere\rej-t( .SVc/itf/Msix,**fpn.idt"nmM-
This
J Company on ,
dn i tradcthat would be an out. Dem. Whig. Dem. Whig teen, anJ cf ,,,. Ji
"I.t admit the truth of your statements, very many tention. Machinery Foclones and projf riy generallv twenty thirty-one ) range l hone
Building .
raze on. the tcnsihilitics of a cliiitian comtn ;| Whigs here affect to di&bclicie them, simply Extract of a letter from a Whig Officer in Maine 3 1 2 0 in city and country. I Townsliips}'uet >!naUov t\venty-thrte nship thirty ,and ix.of tvrenty-tour.ranee 9eten ta"Mid i..t
New
muuitj) '- all this! Southern! members of I I because they do not wish to think them true.I Mexico. to a Clay H hig in tlC United Slates, Massachusetts Hunpshiie 1 1 0 0 0 0 DIRECTORS I fractional townships thirty-one. lLirt .-!:', ikrrtt4e i i

<;'wi;iefc Were to listen. And am a returned volunteer. I was a Whigwhen I doled ( 9 William Thompson Hdward Pason. N Vi rk. '! en. thirtj-erght and thirty nine, ot range cigh. .
cOIJclc Vermont 1 3 0 0
I went to Mexico but when I returnedand teen.
'Peter L. Strker, Matthew( fhtd.date. I
more-the\ : Illcr dcnlunce call on his VERA CKUZ, June 23, 19H. ConnecJcut 0 0 (1ltbod I Townships twenty-three ar'l fwenfy-lftur (ear. i
I'' viewed the court of the Whig party, I < James Taylor J. S Mcintyre Brooklyn J, '
Northern inend lo unite with him in su pcnd- became a Democrat. I desire further "I I have reflected maturely on the whig land 1 1 0 0New David Sanderson (i. Tower tional towrshtf; thirty-one' ton-hij.3 tbirly-stv.
I no connection nominations, and can see no principle nf con. Y .rk b 21 1 0Sew William J. Bowne. I I lhirty-'even, I Ihi'ty-eieM! and fractional town kij..
a rule which kept abolition xtitions out with a which would when I nineteen.Townships .
tug | party am thirty.nineof ranje 'IJ .
in it. W warred for WM THOMPSON, President.
sistency supporting ,
of Congress and to vote with him in instructin : bearing the flag of my country the field of Jersey 0 4 0 0 J. II VOORHEES I twenty-thre. (except the \\1 t battle, and fighting and to sustain the twenty year against Old Hickory a a military Pennsj.vama 3 11 4 0 tUTY'I I rof Section,) thifty-one, thirty-t, thirty-six... .11''SIsseven
; the Committee for the District to bring in bleeding chieftain, and than we put up not a citizen I thirty-fight and ihirty-nnte
honor of that and the chivalry of na. Ohio 4 11 5 0 Agents are authorized to state to the *U4- far
a hill to prohibit! it-put a stop to members of call fag my soldier-not a man who steps forwar from' Michigan 3 t n 0 0 TiE of this Company that they recognize twentyTon. ,
I tive land me nothing better than a rob. tIirf.o&e
the walks of civil life in (he danger, I the Court of the different State of the Union hip thirty. and tbirIy.tvvnsIra'ize ".J
Congress, or any elbe, disposing of their her and when I had returned, point me out Indian 1 4 : 0 twenty-one. ;
ole : ; and served his retires (where I they have agents,) in cane ot ditlerenceandthat
servants, should they feel a disposition to tow as a legalized bandit, as upon m crutches I having country, again : Illinois 2 1 4 0 their Agents are in'lrucre to conform to the Townships thirty, thtrty-cne. ".irt\ ". rbiitj S
I'I't ) into the mass of his fellowcitizena-hut a military ; Wiscoisin 2 0 0 0 and thirty-four of range enU.tt\w.
hobbled them in the Hrett. of other responsible Companies m the settle.
usages
The South heard all this, and no wond past man excellence soldier by I At the land office al ST. UGUSTINI.C.ro.5- I-
t par pro- Iowa 1 0 0 0 merit of I losses.
Please
set down oil list of -
ronfision ensued and think me Jour newconverts f ion who is and has been in the have !, cingon Mnd.iy.theszt.entli! day of Octrfeer nr\t.
.; 'r some we a s& army prop. Dclavare 0 0 1 The !ubcribef bpP appointed Agents by
and of the of the land ill
r. to Democracy ; if any the ( above for its ticinitv. for dispt-sul public n |hr un S
# all his life the Company aid
little vvyjkl emue" here bhould an abe iiioii i. I t Whigs doubt the authenticity of this note, er Mar>and 0 0 2 3 Talaha & rUn I"rniention town!hipi and parts cf l<.wn hir-..'I",
'S
If we a principle, let us stick to it : I South the base line mlll//ut
uot 0 1 9 ff nf the irncrjKtl :
< !,t come among us Lnl taunt us as (ne.1 j refer them to CALEB PHILLIPS. Virgiiia : August 12. IS-tB.. 4 f.ia I 4 '
for nun"ir" 't
sacrifice it
not mere availability-and that,
North Carolina I) 2 4
tales to the human race," because we oirnrd \ too, to the prejudice of the claims of men of ( : In the Cirtnit Court of the Mild It ttrruit of :! TO'"n.\lpl f eighteen! nineteen and Iwrwtv, all" ?!
; .Thiou G'n"nllhrrison's influence, he (Genirjl South Carolina I 0 U 7 S
: mlsofd i slaves TLe House was then bro't I i C\M) rf'rlin.d a Lioutenanl',coiumnvKin in the the highest personal merit and superior tal. Georgia 1 4:1:I Florida: in and for !the County of Wakulla.To I fractional. township twenty-one, of range teaseight. '.

to vutc on the motiun to suspend the rules, and I army accompanied lul'l Af'fdllln to Canada ando I ent, and whose lives have been passed in the Alabama (0 0 2 S/tnnx Teim .' 1) bt*_ S ''rar'Ii'nallo\Tn.*np-nineteen: and!tow Dohip! ; twenty, '
ted to (;rn. Jllr. to 11,1 British .'**- most distinguished civil station known to our : Leopold Greenberg. Charles Green. J I i rf range I went-nine. i t-
the resolution be read and
: fermit insulting to : .1 fhmt Invgia/thy ff Gen. Cast published i the form of the FJorica U 0 0 1 be:g,Henry Greenberg.and \dolpj! 1 As-tump it I Township tvrenly.fonr, arid fractional tnr.Mfciri
of
j the motion was voted! down, by :5G m .Mnrtanna ,'hg. government ; true spirit which, Missisippi ( 0 :3 1 Kline merchants and co-partner | d.lmae twenty-five, rf' range thirty. t

The vote stood (for the motion of Slade,joritJ.I' This is but a reprint of the libel uttered hj eschews the selection of military chieftains for Louisana 0 0 2 1 in trade using the n.ml st le and \ !OK). Townthip*"twenty-two aid tn'nt,-f. r. : lfr rti'vial I,S ci l'
II. CO. j Atfahmentr
the office of President. firm of L. Greenberg *
& .
Arkaisas 0 0 1 0 & township twenfy-fi(eu"I,1 &Vcr< Mjtwehr.thirteen '
against it 100.) But how did Fillniore Gen. Leslie Coombs against Gen. CASS, enlarged I I for $ 23. nt-rolr sod 1'
..1 a SCutbE'r man, I cannot look with Missouri 0 0 4 0 William S. Carpenter. ) "J I ht twenty-f-) of r<.

the man: for whom Southern Whigs ask us to and improved by the H7n g. Hut a favor on the nomination of Mr. Fillmore for Tennissee 0) : 3 defendant and all other per.on interested thirty-one. IfJ
Townships i
twenty-onetwenty-twf-.veofy-thr'
give our vote? for Vice President How did 'few words will put this last Roorback down, the Vice Presidency, from his well-known Kenticky U I : .i 1 THE take notice rf the institution r.f tins suit and twenty.four.antfractionaltrosnshiptssrnti.five. )

(''idJint and'Allamf and Slade vote They and the blood 6hou tingle in the veins of the tendencies on the subject of slavery ; and i Tcxai 0 0 "2 (I by attachment. and that they are required lo appear of range thirty-two. 1';
j and plead to the declaration filed in thu cause, according I
t therefore, shall go against the whole ticket. T'>wn.hij> nineteen, Sulonltlt', twe. Ifew. 1f: ;
-
! ALL-rillm rc and evety other abolitionistin editor of the Whig for giving publicity: to a to law.. Suti.mllen to fitreen inclu>i\e. bttlitfr.s U'et>-
29 83 72: 25 UICS: T. ARCHER.Attorney .
I slander and false. From Hull's one to twenty-seven ir'lnMTe. and Sert>*ns 'thirty- 11 :
the lou c, voted to en pend the rules, and ; so malignant Movement in Virginia. for Plaintiffs.Auu .
J one, thuty-fonr, th.rty-five: an.l.h1rly-'ix! it frat ,
against the Suuth Fillmore never did t i''rca bpael dated Fort George, Upper In the Richmond Enquirer of the 4th inst. Poln the CltIt"tll Mcrewif, nj the M tnst .t I 11. 1-1"1 4. ttii I lional township twenty; toss )$hip liVpntJ.(>t'.ttl\1ft i. .

or said a thing which the South can reasonably August 20, 1912," the following con- appears the following call for a Whig Contention TiE CO PROtSI BILL IN TIlE HOUSE Horse for Sale. i i j jfcNE ship Ieen.tssenty.f.'ur twenty-I (except a-nl tnenty-fire Sections one,) and, ftl\r tosseshiq.! tlii- .

object I o," eh' Will not the South)1!) elusive extract is taken : for Ihe purpose nominating HENEY The analysis of the vote in the House, on that \Mjf\s and rides well, and i:i!S twenty.tivcandtwer.fy..ix,( f range thirt -t rt'f'. to! i S S SS

o'.joct! lo" this vote Did not ihe South, '; "Ikfore I close this dispjtrh, it i!a duty I owe I CLAY for the Presidency The Enquirer : the motion to lay the Compromise Bill on the perfectly safe. in any kind
!tnv associates in command. Cols McArthur! Find- table presents some facts that are assuredly _ is ofllred. low-,ince only V) inclusive, Sections twenty-two to tot'nty.84' in- 1
through representatives, ob. '. Cass that the Taylor in Richmond refuted August 12. 1SI IS. 4 J. R. luRTUNE : and SfcJioni
unanimously 11) aud Lieut. Cot Miller, to expn&s my oblig says papers to be pondered by the Southern people. ci'ive. thirty-four thirly-fiire, air.it

j(.ct lo Sladc! course, in introducing the pre. ; tioti'i tn them fr. t.t prompt and judicious manner to publish it, and hence its appearancein worthy .the of the Contractors. S I thirty-six in township twenty Inn, and t thrv )hate peru rUed their re!pctne dut iIs. Jf In a practical shape, question or. To Builders and (except Sections one to six inclBsirv,) S
uuLlc and resolution quoted, and would they ': aught has taken place during the campaign which a democratic paper. This is an impor. o-anization of the new Territories was brought F.ALED PROPOSAl' will he received by the of range thirty-four. 1 .

not t'j"cllo} the '- sustaining Slade, : is honorable to I ti. armj ', these ocr are entitled I tant movement, and shows that spontaneouscombustion" up for the first time by this bill. Of allimcl, S Commilee Buildings. at It e CourtHouse Fractional to-vn-ihip? twenty-two, the (our eastern \
I tsli\t"n : to a Ure; .hare of It. II the laM art (the surrender) I this then, was the most fortunate settlement in this city, until Monday the 21!t instant at tiers ot Sections in township I\n.tl-tie. and tor
anJ in opposition lo We put a question should! b disapproved, no part of the censure belong* has not given the democracythat of it. The had been little II o'clock, fur new roofing the Court Home, fittingup ions one to four inclusive, Medians nine lo fill err1 i-J.j S

to the I'lorida Sentinel, and other : to lluta faIr' which the availibility office- country the Court Room, buildmc a front and back Portico inclusive, and Sections twenty-two to Iweoty.f'
every This is H and it lofy agitated as yet, while the symptosm of a fearful and enclosing the Court Huu! Square. Plans inclusive in township twent'.5jx, of range tlitty J.
WLig paper that may copy the Tribunes ari i: LLL.t testimony ought to seekers so confidently expected : excitement were rapidly and everywhere and specification may he seen by any one, on appli. fire. *r4. S

iicle-do you not, gentlemen, every one ofy' be good evidence with a party whose imme. To tJtcfriends lcn Clay throughout hr.ginia. developing themselves. To leave the question cation at the Floridian Office. Fracionil! tnmnsblpsnineteen :aol twtny,or i sage < ;. S
,
u, -object to" i\Ir.\ HHmore's vote on ;, diate ancestors-the Harlford Conrentionists o open.'as to make it the predominatingsource 33Sentinel August: 12, 1S43 and- .Ioumnalcnpy 4 thirty-six.At" the land ofT.re at TALLAHASSEE rerun*. 'i I Iiir.g

of the last of the The school auoiate and the politic friends of division, swallowing all ordinary I. the
Slaik- the war-approved traitorousact up on Mondat twenty-third day of Otttb- t. :
motion to suspend rules ? Answer .
Henry Clay the members of the Whig who For New York.
party interests, and turning the Presidential electioninto next fcr the disposal of the public land situt'. i
of of their leaders. .
have
our question, if lOU would not be taken one own not abandoned their principles and who are not furious between the South and within !the und rmenti ned tj\vnjl.ij and parts ./ :
ashamed of the great que li.ns of domestic policy a struggle .
township*, to wit: .
as the veriest of demagogues }o'ou or not Xo Dodging, Neighbor. which have been always supported by the Whig par the Abolitionists-the former for existence, 6 A South of the base line, and East ef principal .C;

object 'lo thaf vote ? Xo dodging-stand up, I What the ly. and those who regard honesty a better than a and the latter for a triumph over the Constitution mtr Jian. : I S
i is reason the Sentinel does miserable scheme of
like no temporary availability, and who and the Union. The condition of The 'two ra"(rrn tiers of Sections in towa>bsp f ?
Lonest :
men, and answer If ,you havethe i publish Gen. TAVLOH'S letter to Mr. McCon- are not the lo attend parlizn oi a military,chle1iin. are solicited things, and this danger, must have been familiar THE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between two. the east half of township three and towii-lup t..

courage C to say aye, then no more trickery a onrenton. hfld at IW I I York and St. Marks and Nt''lnrtil four (except the eastern tier o( Sections,) of range :
key, in which he refuses to say whether be Slash Church, in U yer, o lh 15th August, for to every member of Congress. We be. commence running at .the opining "I three. t ''

Uo Jour readers II) publikhing certificates ; wi veto tho Wilniot! Ilro.is or not Does the purpose of nominating Henry Clay for the 1're- lieve too, that it was known that a perfect and and continue throughout the entire o year. viz: Township two. (except Sections one to twelveclmitr !ia-

"fclararter for from fAr A' York idency of the United States determined union of the Southern men could Brig WARCALLA Jos-.elyn Master arid Sections 'ctC'ntft'n.eilttC'en. niKrlccn' .
Filmoe the editor that the Northern
l not see Whigparty Friends and -1 .
Mauy of Henry the L'ni+x .
Cla.1 OCILLA, Trim, do. and Sections
TrtluM. the settlement of the question. From thirty thirty-one) MX and seven, ir.
J.e not a Wilmot IVovisoist judge j is supporting him on almost the soleground --- -- secure LUCY, H<*mer, doSinVANNEE tow nhip thret and fractional tow n-hip f.seeareje( 1. 7 '
Senate and the
Read and Ponder ofthe tone
debates high
'to wh4t the South thall or shall not olje-ci the I. Clark do. (new,) Sections three, four, five ad six,) cf( rjijr .. ,.
that he will then
do il ?
in the I :SOT Why The notorious Tom Corwin made decla. of ni the Southern speakers, we supposed that WAC1SSA Perry, do (new) Townships three and four,at.d fractional( t."rbif
.. comluct! ofabolitioaibts I, he not keep his readers informed of these a a union had been effected, and rejoiced Thee Brig are built in the most 9ubalanti.il: man- fi\(, d ranse five. ,S

nns i!the firKt reference we make to the I j facts los Does not the too, that ration in the Senate a few das since, which in it, not merely as ihe assurance that this ncr expressly for this ttade, arid are commanded by I Town ip fi'e, cf range s.x.Towr : 1.' I

terd3 to disprove the Triliune's assertion, Srni"cl\ow I' I ought to produce in every reflecting mind se. measure would succeed, but as a signal and careful and experienced. CaptiM. Freieh and pafugealthe *-, "!>ij> nine, nf rae, fwclrrXfflitmi .
: I,not ont <>f Tajlor'fi southern: in lowest rate* Agent*- one, 1'1. tn. tvTtlvr. thirteen, fooiirrn.
"oi v\e are batifcfied lo submit wpprler I rious thought upon the position in which the most cheering proof that the south had a COE:, ANDERSON' &(0. i' '"fo1I I\\'nt .I.rl'e 10 twen y. rrrn incl. ire.ariit % : I I

jwifctly tle'; I j Congress has as yet dared to say Taylortrill Northern Whig party place their Presidential cause strong enough to bring all her sons lo 10 f fiver strf'lt. !\\ Yorir.JOhN I Sirt'urn thirtV.tu4i?. thuty-fiii* and iLnlT-six. t' I

InaUf. 10 our >pj>oi.fi.ls on the strength cube j interpose with the veto 7 Speak out, and her defence. DF.N1IAM. in toxrn'ihipscvtn. tovinshipseig.t! and filIIf'.W : S
candidate the question of the Wilmot Pro. I
m; e fact on thirteen
above cited.! : MdHUGIT un!"
&Otlmn
give readers something beside "Old Z ic The charm was broken ny the vote in the 1.
jour rf nloatcd i
I. "i80 New p'rt. I The fraction township wren west rf b .
77"
.\ iui.. tub tin enhntl drtUirj' tube in di. .I. and "Old Whitey." : Senate. Four Southern Whig Senators rtep- Newport August 1'. ISIS. 4 the SU\'ffannC'e river. of ran t" (non"en. t : I

,;J: mflt.. t wITh) the Constitution." "I Gf:* TAYLOR WEBB SOT ( IMITTKD ped out of the ranks of.iheir brethren, and voted Likenesses taken in few seconds. Laml appropriated hy last for lIe ur of ycbeofo, ;

Proviso IVTFRPOSE HIS VETO, HE WOULD with the Abolitionists against the bill.- a military, or other (purpuce*, will lie exrluJid' frtn I 5
The Wilmot! passed" .
GET his [Mr. Corwin's] rote We little divine the motives that led to the ale! : 1
Millard NOR THE can LIKENESSES
01 ACCURATE
rillmnrc never did or sai J a thing) a and The oflriin- of th* above mf'nli"nf'l1lanJ.a will tit
wl"ch tie South can reasonably object "- j I The Northern Whigs, emboldened by the VOTE Ot. ANY TREE STATE IN A IEUI. this desertion, u'e can the feelings BEAUTIfUL a few second by B. J. LESTER at commenced on the .1.ns appointed and J \ tlin I t' '

.\". 1': TrAnne, f opted into tlif Srntinrl. I I 'indifference of the South, a manifested in the I CA.. ___ which they enteitained in their own hearts his rooms in the Capitol' by an entirely new process.Mr. the order in which thv are.aJ't'rtJl'd." ilb all l con It S

j of of her while standing side br side with Dir, of New Lester having procured the latest improvementsin venienf, dispatch, u'n'il ihe whole) shall ..' been. : ,:
Tote Jaw and) to the testimony. On page i I unworthy conduct eight representatives The unprincipled demagogues of our country Ihe art, prepared to furnish correct Likenesses ofTered. and the -aes thus clo ed. ITuI ro sale 107 { ] the the talk General CASS York, and Hale, of New Hampshire on an in a superior style, in either clear or cloudy west tier. he than JS S
oltle Congressional Globe, 3d nesion on vote lading Compromise I sneeringly having kt'lltIen longer two "'f'f'b. and iw |>ri- .
j issue to try the right of the South lo a sharein By this process the very expre-i ion of life i* instantly ute of of ttr I.indilt admitted >
: until
2'Ih I l been all bis life in office. Do forget entry any 4 I
Congress I bet d against laying on I he <>n .the table' have passed in 11f House the they the property of the Union. We will not caught, and indelibly fixed upon the silver after alf r the expiration of the two we,I*. S

ltc: a resolution offered by another N. York (Oregan Terriloii bill containing the Wil. bat General TAYLOR entered the army a even undertake conjecture with what sort of plate giving a natural life-like expresvion, which Given nnder my hand at the City of U'a-hinstf) tt i i1 l'
lieutenant at 19 of and being be ed the slow *
ordinary
years age noIr2 cannot produ by process third day ofitily.Anio Domhir one thousand ri-M
"htionist. instructing committee on TerJ'torie not Iro\is. Before the final role, a motion years of age, has been in Ihe army, and welcome the Abolitionist and the Barnburner Children and family' groups taken in a superior man. hundred and forty-riiht. ...

'to bring hi bill c law was made to strike the clause relating to in Ihe of the for 43 received them into their ranks or whether ner. The superiority of these picture will recommend Dv. the President : .
a repealing a ou pay government years.
p68.I i there was anything of derision in the smile them better than soy other test. Ladies and JAMES K. FOLK.
.:Y I 1 ;eopJ of 11,,Tcrtilurp of Florica, : Slavery, but the motion was Zotby a vote of And, although all his life in office, it ha not that accompanied their recognition. But gentlemen arE'respectfully invited to calf and exam RICHARD M. YOUNG
i
"llh 1. prolihited" free negroes and mulattoe! I!i 88 yea I 114 nays. So the "people will notfail been! in a offices I'resident where, which he could he learn bow to is nearly' certain that this desertion of the ine's August 12 ens.. 1848 4'M'edi'cal Conrtmtsioner of the Grneral tend Ofiirt ,
acknowledges
rojn corning? into our territory, under certain j to observe that the Wilmot promo HAS imself 1ako ; and that General CAM ba been all four Wbig Senators defeated the bill. They Notice. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS

1 aa1ies And I Whip House of Representatives, in dU prevent its the Senate, but Every person rr.t>tlel to the right or re-empii"
1 3l''th. Southern advocates f passed a ; he time schooled in the perform. no ping S I.
becoming
Wimt. M. D. L. CAl.t, M. rS. finds '
ff thl they destroyed the of the South- H G. fci an> of the within I he 'ownshipsand parl*M
Ulan, I have the brazen eflrontery 10j gpite: of Mr. Cabell or the Florida Smtinc. I Ice of the bighE'a civil duties.-Penn. era union; and made it lawful for whoever 114t WIRT & CALL have associated .themselvesin townships at ove tniamersisl. i. required to estshlst, S !

: quote rtLid "'l'lnot' in the practice or Medicine, Surgery. Sc., and the same to the JtisT.iction of the Register and Re
ed Ibe Proviso paper, publrsh* t SORTJ CAROLINA l LECloWf have TVRXING TUE TABLES-A vole was taken' pleased to follow their example in the House. offer their service to the public. reiver of Ihe'proper Land Office, and make pa;men*

iL \ C'*' of .iew 'Ol't' a authority for receired' few reutrns from the election in ()u the steamboat Wisconsin, on her last trip The precedent ".not lost. A Georgia Office over Drug Store Montice ,. Honda.Airgust therefor, at non at practicable after seeing Ibis notice

Sob 0 this VIII, the N- Y- Lu ll.tant. (from Madison-, which resulted follows : Wlig made the motion in the Iuse to lay f. 19-. 3 I ly and before lh,day '| 'intr l for the commenmenl ***- S
the 3d ip a
7r"IU1"osild pm. the r North Carolina, which took place on CASS 107.TAYLOK the bill on the table. Eight Southern Whigs Divans of the public ute of the land embracing the S

'luu I'/ fillaiore Ik 61e-aln our I. In \Wane county the Democrats had voted for this motion, and it was carried by a tract claimed,otherwise such claim will be forfeited
or any other 36; pair of Mahogany Divans, for sale by RICHARD M. YOUNG. .

f 'would '.Han act ""which th. South aLliliouia rra. i. tnajoriiy of 633, Lenoir 254, Johnston 101, VA Bt'BEN, I. vets which would have been reversed if they ONE BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGER. Commissioner of t\f (;enerazLnd. Cff'te

'aabI 1 u. t,-jecttot"! couI ;n'pn 10s In Haifai! the Whig majority : Cincinnati E,' bd OD with the South. Every Southern f'ily IS. 1t9. :1 July 21. I" 1 IfhvTI S



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.- Boot and Shoe Making.THEumiersignedhaving Attachment.
$JI' l.t, --- V- -NOTICE. ;,which we utract- from th-e-Cam Newport Springs Florida. ".;: AMtYDUN'1'"TO Till
MEDICAL THE fulo\'in ht Justices
; .. I i I. from the Rf. E. L Frazer, of ConUitction of the State Florida purchased tilt Court for tie *d Dutnet .fLtt*
; .,. ?. WILSON and VAN WYCK. (late Profettrr Ker.haw S. C. o : .of LCACIRkHrKLP. Juslus R. Fortune, Agent c""J.

I. : DR SurKerv.nlhe Franklin% Medical: College ofPhilad Jistric. Ker.havv S. C., ) a .. who M about leaving the Stale, C.. Deb(
.
S 1' k ,. :: >"li,hia,> have f rmed i c .-."'n.bp, for the May Di.tiI 19. 1846 ) Proposed and agreed to byh third General respectfully informs his friend and the R. II. Whiting. 81 .

JflLS ':. -' MEDICINE .id SURr.ERY.and for the I hare used in my family Dr. Hull't rever and l Assembly ; to ,h at01 of the n'zi public that he is at p"re eiit at the old stand, where T'HE defendant and all ethers are hereby

'I 's1tt$.s ': t FxsrRUCTlON OF MEDICAL STL'DENTPatient -?. \gue I ills, and also Dr. Spencer's "Vegetable Pills, W.KULL.HOTEL., having undergone ex- General A's"c I he is prepared to execute all work in his line with the commencement of that, suit, retnra II li6td, *
*
well accommodated TiE He ha hand the finest
;I f. (rom a dilanCf ran bf for the last t\'O year., and have no hesitation in ronouncitilhcm improvements, is now .for the reception I Ii promptness and despatch on Justices Court to be held at Tallaba,e, oa iS ,
:
j f' term*. either al the 10tfl. orPrivate excellent lamily medicine open of calf skins, and all soils of material, and will day of October next and *
.' l .. I t. Ml o. rfuon.blr 10 h moat of guest,under the supennteni:ence of Mrs Clause of the 5'h Article .1 to appear and ple->
AN Ulh
., ,of'he cilv.and i ACT amend Ihe nolice.and the best wanner, GEN- 10
in Ih.
I c.--, Boardin 101 tan rftti"e -and as an art (, justice lo the worthy proprietors MADDIN, whose and well known qualities tl make at short
experience of this Stale so that (lie I ssm.Given
4, I t.,; from the Subscribers ,uch M-dical, and Surgical at- of these invaluable Pi IN, I wil state, for the inform a a hostess warrants the promise that expense of the Constitution Courts shall hwIJ their. offices TLEMF.N'S fOOTS AND SHOES ol eveiy de rrip under my hand and seal, this 3d d.J
ion U their C3"r. m1Y reqIire.h9 :tion and satisfaction of al that m\ or attention will be withheld that would n add to the Judges of the Circuit (lion Boots soledand otherwise repaired in gust, A. D 1 b 4S. 01 A..
.j "C. tt: Concerne. instead of
Iimit.d ot t'F1C! : TUDE'T willS less for a term of eight years during good style and at reasonable charges. lie will warrant EDWARD
to or
: 'i' A .nh.tr wife prior onr tari: p. comfort and pleasure of visitor M. WEST (
f\' bereceived.whOille4IPIiedlh) Bnok1Platet.. good behavior his work lobe e'inA1! to any dune in Ihe place, l.Mtl J
the ( of and
I inject Chi lilrnlor abut eighteen These Springs are on Ihe St. Marks River, cnqtled the Senate and houseofflepresentatir'cs Justice of the Peac..
t !' .1 Aoaln-nical.' ,'ul other Preparation*-will ,be regularly months, having!tritd various. \ success -, five miles above its junction situtP wilh the Wuknlla, and SECTION 1 1. Reil of the State by of Florida in General and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as an) August 5, I IS41 3 30

11.j '. ', I nalinl in the pmsress of their !tu lies. 3' and was very much reduced in flesh. A few i about miles South of Tallahassee, in the other workman.
r.. mod pnr-ui-d, in the large Northern she commenced with eighteen Assembly convened That the \ iClause\\ of JOHN LEECh: In the Circuit (Court of the Middle
j "c tj' after Spm-
f ) () do}s our rnnri.ge midst of a healthy pine reion. open to the constantsea Ihe of the Constitution of this State ClriairTf
] I '". ,ilij-"i b" tauiht to compound and the dispense mi""r (frs' Pi't, a-idin a day or two allerwards with Hulf breee from the Gul rendering it a Iidence s,> amended as"to read as follow, vi7 : That at the b May S, 1 U7. 4J l If Florida, in and for the County of Ltea. ,
S : and will be insTurled! i in Pills she us'd about half a bos ot each ; the result the '
months
sullrv
; during
t5 summer truly
< etlhful exptrat ion of t the present term of office of the J udijes TO SPRING TERM A. D.
m
to'ryiy duties i of I the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cup was, a R \DIC\LCCRE Sheregamed her hellh.nd A substantial bridge has throw over NEW GOODS. ;,.
with the
4 V ben of tie Circuit Court, exception
I pm:. Bixlini2. &.c A,1P c' strength' \'tr rapidly!, and has had no return of'I' bringing the ligl sea shore within an tar the Justices of the hereinaf'l. Leopold Greenberg, Charles
.' Private o lire any .\m.tC3n city Chill and Freer pi'zre. I believe these medicines mentiontt. would call the _attention of the berg, Henry Gretnberir.and I
,1. 'rlnp' nj II i hOlr I ide on horseback or in carriages, wbc'lf eon and .'ges of the Circuit Conrt., hal'! be electedfor filE subscribers Green-1 AlJOltpttt
4 \: will afforla. greiter variety of ,\and approvedrenflie for to he harmless. and safe; and when ur a tpeeifieally ; venience for sea bathing will be found& at all times a term of eight years, and shall hold! their offices I to the choice and extensive assortmentof in Kline trade merchant unnir the and ( J dama.a,

;.1. .{: *. or present mure practical faclht .directed are attended with saln/actor remills I The bathing establishment connected with the Hotel f.r that term unless sooner removed under Ihe provisions : GOODS, now receiving per Brig. Wakulla and name, $1000Atfachmeiii,

., ::: .In lent*. E L. FR-.ZER.. 'I has been thoroughly repaired, and improvemeuifsmade made in this; Constitution for the removal of Emeline Their stock hat been selected with rare, firm of L. & II. (.;reenbeig Co., ,I Ivs.

4 J I S. In cmeMon with thsilprtme't. it may her so that j lunge and shower baths can be fur Judges address : and for wilful from the most fashionable establishment in New j for f.j f3I\
impeachment
by or :
\, d i S j I.r In *\I.t.\ that as .".n a* fO.I"If.|! an Infirrnrv, The following lestimonv from an influential' Planter nished at all hours of I the day free of chargetcgetherwith neglect of duty, or other reasonable; cause, which York ; and,hiavitig been purchased at reduced prices, William. Carpenf J 4sf

:: ..; ("rthl tP.pliol of both M 1.iC:1 Sirjical Pa- ,. in Washington County), we take Irorn the Macon ( the acknowledged intrinsic value and iriracu- shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment. the they, are enabled to furnish their customers at pricespropoitionately THE ill defendant lake .and of all Ihe other peitoot inf"'Plled

,4. : lien.sv; 'il be nwnd. when ittiiient* ni'l'lave! Iheojttvrtur.itT Telegraph : Ions effect of (he water in particular cases, present Governor shall of (them (headdress low. TheirREADY notice institution of VbiMiTi
remove on
; ', of ..tulyi"di.ruu.. \\ashington CountyGa.. January :, I 1517. attractions the invalid and citizen of any by attachment and I that they are r qmred lo
; : : V Irnrlillv to lei"ulf not of two-lhiNU of the General Asemt lv /, OLOTOIMGM app .,
MADS
; pro"irrhowrtt1' and plead to the declaraficll
Tallahassee, I ISIS Dr. Calvin IL.: Hull-Dear Sir-i has brl at>oul urpa ssed in Ihe uthern Slates Those in I filed in this ass.
P'tsuilIf
That the shall l at "
,
cause causes
: or stated
': .t .: J T J. \\ 11.0:1 O.I ihrteearssnice I Coml"f using your' Frrrr anil pleasure: alone can always find boats for fishing in such address and entered ? of ol the heat of material, and being manure- cording to I.w.
length on journals
t '. : V' t c. C. VAN : D _'l%rt'ai.d; .1,,/!./'
'!' hut '>2 _J rtm___ __.-- _--I have. had a tare number of cases of Chills and Fe- !Dav.or can enjoy the more exciting. pleasures of'he or causes I.o'nd& notified to the Judge! so intended fear of htlp'U'ol1'k i* thereby precluded, and person Jiilv29lslq. Attorney (,.r ,PIlilaity
I vt-r, and nme few of Billions Fever and in no instance i purchasing rely getting ai, article well 2STEAMER tift
upon
Notice. chase, seek e\ 'rcise in the Ten Pin Alley, the gine to be removed aid he shall be admitted loa hearingin may
k. : I of eilh-r form ot Fever have I failed to effecta i made Among'the articles comprising their, --- -- -V --- -
k of Billiard, the healthful In !
or danCe. a won ,
: claim against thee) ble or his wn before any etc for such removal
pernna having cure when directions were followed and they were dlrnrc. GLASGOWTJAMES
will be done to make the
t thing
ALL every possiM shall the vote shall he taken F.ILLAXD n'L\TER STOCK
; 5 .< ,. late lit. Isaac D New Ion. deceased ol LeonCouiiy. taken at the commencement of the disease I have agreeable resort Sprng paWs : anc in !1th ca'C1
to them to the underined an hyeo and nays and entered on the Journals of each found Ihe followingBlk
# are requested present had in Pills than with maybe :
C $ r "ncce s using your June 10. 47
.4' AdEninItrJtor within the time I'rfltriht by anv' .grl'ater I have ever used in my family ; I'H' House re ip,'clivelvSrt French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats. Bh.'..

.1 ', ; law. or this notice "il be plead in bar ol ir recovery there is no doub that when used according: to directions To Country Merchants. ,. 2. lie further enacted.That I he Judges first Brown and Invis Green Castor Beaver Sack, Saxa

t V' : ; an I pe-rsons indebted to xnd estate, are will and radical I ijipomted under this arPlde Constitution' shall be Gotha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd Cassimer do
r l ; '.' S leiuested to 111 immediate pivment.PYTR1CK I cflect Yours a 'pullI with cure. rT lIE: Tin Manufactory has now and is tonal antis- divided by lot into ca"sC. The first class.shall Ptllotd and Blanket Overcoats, &.c. Heavy Pilot, TUCKER, MAJT &.
.5 respect J. adding to its stock, a complete assortment of hold hi office for the term of two
V .. SMITH, EMANUEL BROWN. .or their and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Elk rtMtK undersigned avails himself> ] of this n fc
pI,
V ,. .! : July 15. I fsJS :J 2m Administrator. fCj-) The above valuable! m<'icines, fresh and gen.IJnl' Tin of all which descriptions the work I done has added better new* machinery 'tar.lhe( sfonc for the term of four veai*. the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloon ol Black French Cas JL informing Ihe public that the new Sieinifr<
than
by ever f.ir the ( the fourth for the term of
cnn *ix years, simer, Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check Striped GLASGOW is now performing her
Molasses and Sugar. : ire fur .;.le by LEWIS &AMES. before in this Trjy tritr,
.; S V July 1. |> ; Fla flCe. rill years do. also,Tweed, Sat in"ltand t Jeaindo.&.C.: VESTSof the Suwannee River between Columbus and
I BARRELS EXCELLENT: HoL\SSES! > ,1 T.l.hassct. There u a \ year from Ma- [ (the Senate by the Constitutional mapnty Kv This boat
15 lr\'etin:atl.t 4td Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid Silks, is strongly built of Ibebetta"
S V V." V I: d'), Brown Sugar, -Dr. Spencer's Vegetable PillsAND rianna to the supply the Merchants December, 1 IS 17. Passed Ihe House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk terialsand. propelled by two engines, ar.d tl'bl.! .
...: For *5IC low bv the parkag who can always rely on our the Constitutional 6,
p i wagon going by majority, January Mazurka &c. &c. carrying one hundred tons burthen or 4uO baUtrf

V V IURtllEfT.&LNUEXarnGFn.( Tonic and lEesiointivc IJHlcrs.Fm through the section above named and dcivprinJ the 1 IbIS] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths. cotton, with suitable acccmmodalions
: t. V July 15 ISIQ. 5! and Tin. Any ordersacnt bv mail will at-I- I April l 15. I 18 IS. 3! fim Cassimera and Vesting unmanufactured, consisting senders. of light draft terinirinc. but u ,..,... ..i>_i,
the Purijicalum of t'if Wood, Restoring of :and delivered at once to the MerchanisV- ------"M"'II.
p : Crystaline Candles. ; all Morbitl the Ifnd- in pa't of: Superior French Blark and Uool Dve es water.I hereby enabling her to per lor m her ,
I the > from SurdiOl ff Ue Vale (that U. S. MAIL LINE trip
our arc always HIP without
price-s ,
"Ar1
same, Cloths, do. English do do d >., Engl'h Blue and legularlv at all seasons of the year between Tolun.
I,I and*, Skin and Liver, Morbid Humor, and the least variation
AS PER\I, for sale at 20 cents pound
1 : GaOD per Vitiated Stale the! Sc.n Invisible Green, Wool Dye do. Black Beaver and bn! and Cedar Keys,leaving Coluirbus every llg _
St .5 box oj Syitemt We have on hand the following ai tides, as well as D.\Y
4 'IIEsE PilU and 1 have been steadily : Castor do., French Black Ca"*imer do. Ribbed drdo morning at o'clock, A. M and Cedar Kevt
.4 1; IRCIE&LtNDEXnFRGER IIr. gainJ. every thing kept in our line : I ., Fancy Plaid and Striped do of the latest( and every FRIDAY morning Should utTcient
in in >ulantv among all classes-re not now Furnaces puron
'.1 : ,:. J.ilvll.l 1" ;; po. duu'itliil such n every family. ncrdi:; Cookin! I most fashionable stvles ; VESTINGS of Black and age he extended, or the interestsof shippers ,
'
amotu Illus s ol eilicacy e.r experimental Stoves of r-.ir.
White Beaver Hats. theme*! approved kind in ; Air Tight Satins do. do. Silk Silk and Woollen her lo two
S character, but can be relied upon as compositions Sluices for. Chamber Parlois lo "Fancv Plaid peifi rm trips per week, tbe |ropr' ttllu
S EST J3 upon therapeutic Roasters Double Iron
n.o Pumps; let Cream Free- From Tallahassee to Macon.
add
ceivedij\ ron:i,led in asjilc*. pleasant, and ctlieierit Medicine ZeN, &.c,, &.e. Velvet Plush ic. &' change,or another new boat to Ihe line,of Mt

S ,BICHE&LINDEN BERGLR. \wncrcvtr a Tunic ur J)>eiunt is needed, and wherea 1. 1 1JS Through in forty-ttco hours from Ta1ahtr to ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF c-al.acill'o' the one now employ AI soon as'K-

5', V July lr, I"I : 11;itivci Ir simile|> Cathartic alone is nctdel I, the Jurf 4IIIavana Maeon, and; to Chm lesion in Ihrlt day, I sand: Cap (Monterey)'Err'. and Pleach'd Cotton ticable this boat will extend her trip up the So.
--------
Notice. ulour stand unrivalltd in tune to take lItai Loots on wannee river l fo Ihe Upper Spring, and also t lh,
V .S Syrups Linen and Cotton Shirts, J Undershirts op
: .\ orth the Withlacofchie
fourth river
1 li. v' will positlvelv cure and hare in thousands: JlnA Prmrcr at coat to dote tu Sale Jay Elk Hal Silk Cravat, :Silks aid Merino do. i
months after the e'iIl
undersigned
S J.te. pre- 1lE will leave Tallahassee Mondays i The ur.drrsgneel would further
., ; SIX their accounts and to the llouora- of casts. D>st>epsia. J."udit'e Liver Complaints h DOZEN Orange, Raspberry,and Orange Flower Stage on Fancy Satin do Lambs: Wool and .\ncr>la stale that ban JL other
;S. "outhlt I the Skin Callow General ) Ss Wcdne-diva, and Fridivs, at .1 1 o'clock, A. M., proprietor of this boat, have availed then.
Eruption Completion Rich Satin and Undershirts
S 'f J Ide Jtiic of Probate! of IV-nton Cnunl', and aplh "I ( rope and arrive in I.on. (cia Quincy, Bambiidce? Newton Fancy .i selves df f Ihe provisions cf an act entitled. An
o of duration Admims'rator and Ikbiil: of '\llltile. Suppr :"el Pre*|>iralion, .1 t iloz havana Preserves! in Jars Plain do Scarf4, ; RrownCotlrnandCcltonJennv irtt
( letter as
S or JLc &, A rnultcator of Albmy AIIHTH, Perry,) on TuesdajsThur improve (the navigation and 'lo navigate the J>o'rall.
r an "Aldlenl mercuryfiotiitctvtrin .1 Ha idsome Grass J H immock*. Attilv" In anc Lnd Hhk site! Drawers,
V ministratrix of the of oliid
e3t.I \.linn: u\d.lte davs and : at 10 o'clock, P. M in nee river, an.1 l for other therein
\\hese\ \'\\\\id\\ \ Litterxarounequalled: J. R. FORTUNE Agent, Saturdays Filk \Vtuite and Ct.\I'd KiJ Gum rlv.tic: Suspend, purposes mentmnrd,
L d' seJ.
V V Ciuaty. ( cea A. A, A. CLXRK.Jmiiiufrstor .The ielieati"ns; re puring S.'cTC'r'8. Pills all Bitleisand June 1 t, HH_ 4;; At the Tin Manufactory. tim for the cars for S.vannah. Leaving Macon O! Gloves, Meuno-nd Cotton Halfl enacted, the last session of the Legislature of the
:. when Ihev should be taken without delay asa Mondays, %dnesdivs and Frilsyi, at 4 o'clock, A. Hose, i State of Florida ; thst they have recently organized)

\ and \dminitratrixAugnVa. r r preventive f the formation; of acute aie Ice Ice Ice M, and airivingm lallahissee: on Tuesdays Thurt- I their crmpanv pursuant to the provisions el said set,
n.'iHonO' I.Fa.. J"lv' ti'fO. Patent Leather Shoes Umbrellas. Money Belt, under (!I.e and of the
Sjturdivs o'clock P. M. name style Florida .
; when. Ihe tongue is fun.d ; when wine i is snb : Notice. highly colored wbou time i in the stomach THE lo 7 : ck : I compels with the Central Rail nodS.vannab. Augusta Shoulder Braces, i.c JcrCL Improvement and Steam Navigation Companv.
;
; pain : every morning, X 4 cents re
> o'c \RK .V STILL Li.Oclc.her .
V \PPLt\TlO\: will be trade at the next I and bowt-lt; when Ih.re arc nervous irritat ion, tail at the Ice or cents IS_ up. town.- I Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- The Conpany will soon complete I heir arratrement,,

S V AN tts si
S a charter (4 ,incorporation of the stockholder* of I the! skirt is hot, dry, or (low wI I,en the appetite furnished Ice at the Ice House (or 3)) \wil fiom Quincv' Chatlahoochie, and thence to Apalachicola Cotton and other product cf (the ccnntryor make.

.. The uth\5er Rail Road of Honda" is poor ; when there'! aie chills when the pound by I the hundred weight per Passengers' can gr from Tallahassee. to Leon Circuit Court.IN liberal cash advance, upon all property shipped,

S JuU ". hh :l Im I dreams are bad <.r larllin( in sleep; J. J T. AFFIX CollmlJ' in three d.s. and but one night will be \NCERY. when required As soon as practicable a hoe rf

VV Wanted If taken on.(the occurrence of any} o al ol Ih(41 Talah'f MJ "X; HJ3 & .11eys I spent on (the road between Tallahassee. and Macon Creditors' Bill for settlement of Estate suitable packets will be established by the Companv
ass-urrdlhat( between Cedar Kevs and New York and New
------ The rut attention will Or-
-- -- every
-- public
I -
indications of
4 a,' roarhin disease, mut jam ai 'J may
V ; j James K Broome and otheis for themselves and
A SITLT\TIO\ TEACIIEIf. in : !
a privafefamilvXX. tears for Ihe
3 ALACHUA HOUSE. to the comfort of these who! conveyance ef freight and
V sickness IHJV I IK- may patronize paMmper
V or academy, by a voting scutlenian who has Lad : ,Irl\ltll I Line other creditors of A. M Gatlin Complainant, ihenbv securing to all its patron, a safe and -

S experience in ei tvin; instruction in the difterertIiraicheJ I The above :, ( and cenume are for _II! Jl'ttcnnniciflc, FfonJasu'ismSer FARE: rTurbuttR 'us mode of lran pcrtati.'n of their property expeditt to

S. V V of Iilih, Classi'al, and MathematicalI alebv LEWIS &.un ". r E cd thi m- Betton. _,Sarah A..Betton. his -rife. F.xt'C- eilhei market well
its
V ; 1 ISB. : having purcht! to ), to BambriJze. a* as return car BO to nlat nfdestina'mn
V edu-alio', aid I!in every respect qualified) to prej _July_I. _hu 5. ___Talahls"lf. I lix. -.1'1- ---.4->4 rrnprlv- ----.. fi\vn....'"l. :-".f fu. ,,. : : ; to Alii.iy.T"I,113ccll'! I I QnilcS" ,'$-..22VRIGHT C utrixot .1\. .M. (jjtlin, ana others, Dejendanl The rates of transportation will in no

S .. j rare youth* for any collide n the Lnion Trieaplicait Drugs Medicines &c. W I l'cars'snh1e: | at \ .wnsnsville, R F., 13 nov \ & SAWYER, Proprietors Iv 1T II En.\**. By an order made by hu Honor instance exceed those h.retnferecharged or allowed

]> (a furnish( te'iun'mials of a'nil\' and character ready to accomm"djte Boarders and TraeJeu. anchopes By JOHN M yARN, Agent Y' THOM I OL'GL.J'I.I ,, on the lt December for like services. Lot a material reduction of nirs

anI 1 wil l be ?nti!i,;i-"d V *< W. H. 1 Sivannah.Ga. JR. He ha signed was appointed, among other things, to lake the increase of business shall such
I.lablt as possible good !tab ng, and a BAILEY, Agent ; tt Mai NATHANS, in Quincy. warrant reduction
July 1. Ism 5J reclivel. !hy the late arrivals a first rate Ostler always. in aftenilince.GEORGE lilly! 17, IS47 .2 an account of what is due to Complainants for their The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and ethers

Wakulla-- Circuit Court. (. iliol to his tock of GIIN"- M GALPIN claims, and to nil other creditor of said A, M Gat lo visit the Kevs, at all seasons of the year, one st(

DRUGSND! MEDICINES all of J H. I isis. .13 DR. J. REESE'S : tin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur- the most healthy and desirable retreats for invalid,

I SPRING ILRM. 1-sts are of Old. qiulitv, loirjor Cash 1\nan.i11f.ldY ther, "That the said Mauler do cause an JGrertise- and others in the State, and the beautiful and romin-
LIVER DYSPEPTIC I
Thorestin Lllmplll,,,, .Agent tori( AttacWr i t general ai assortment of the tollow- Groceries, &c. & MEDICINE ment to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper tic scenery ofthe Suwannee will, it i*supposed,em

V Robert Lsicpin, 1 Debt "kH, .nult. viz : in nnn LRS .\CO\ SDES, and P feeble constitutions and those ofse.dentary I published weekly in Tallahassee, and ill such inducements to many to avail themselves of so pleii-
Boiid b'YJ. Ho\unJ"1 1 Improved Tonic Mi\. I ;J SHOULDERS, J.\B habits, are often troubled with habitual I, other public' newspaper as he shall think proper, for ant an excursion.

/: l.llumT S. Carjlnt.r. J ( r of \\ild Cherry, P.randreth's l'.K' Ibi best Leaf Lard, costiveness, which often exerts a very unfavorable J I the creditors of the said Alfred M Gatlin to come This Company, having as they believe, made all
1C: defendant anJ interested will
others take
notice influence their health which in before him, and their debts on before I the
C.ldrate: CathartiC Camphor & ') Ibs Carolina Rice, upon genera is particularly prove or requisite arrangements for the convenience and accommodation -
: of the nii'itution of the above cuit by attachnent. Worm, Cou;h, a.d finn.r Lozenges, r.onplandsCelebrated W) bbls St. Louis Flour, manifested by irregularity not lotllos o( first daY of May next ; and that such ol the creditors of the public, they solicit lU patron.age. -

and appear and plead to Ihe declarationS Fever and .\gti" R-medy, Lurrnia Cordial, 10.sacks R.Coffee, appetite. In this condition of the system, at- .,I w hoshall not come in and prove I Iht'irdebls by the tine .
in the case within the time prescribed b law Eve: Water tide is confidently recommended wijh the aQrelaidlihaJl be excluded the benefit of this decree .
) Thonpson's MrMnnns', Elixir of Opium r, gallons choice Liquors and a3sur.nce For furiher particular*, apply to Messrs. D. P
SVJj. H.KGR.Y.Atorev Sands SJr"apaia. Turner's Fever and Aeue Pills fJ oJ bbls dotib'e! rectified Ulnkev Wine, that, if the dose is propelly adjusted st a not I 10 ; and that i such person not parties to the bill, SMITH i. Co., Columbu*. Mes-ra SMITH 4. HAKRIS. .
:
S l I.r Plainlif.Juh T ler'.dilo. m'l Bilious: and Anti.Dyspeptic 10 dozen best Port Wine move the bowels to actively, relief ma-. be relic who shall come in before (the laid Master to prove Madison. Mesr PUTNAM & RICHARDS,

; 1. 113 Mt( 3m Pills:, Beckuilh's Ant.1'.pertic Pills, Peters and 10 MadeiraVine! upon without any or even the least unpleasant con their debts, do. before they are admitted directors, Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned.

: V Molasses Barrels. I Spencers Pills, Agent (for S. P Townsend's 4 Sherry O sequences resulting from the use of common purgative contribute to the complainant their proportion of JAMES TUCKER

BARRELS Ctlc'hrah-'aparilla, in quart bottles, at I per 5 C O Claret O medicines.usually resorted lo the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said And others Proi'neUrs.
'fRCHUICE .fL\s'f
I V '0 S. KNIGHT. I botlU AU", su'ieruir Lunoii S.HUI. prrj\ami from Soap. Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles 01 yes, Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the Master" And it was alsoorderM, that an accountbe Columbus. Florida January, 1543. 22 Iy

June 17.1 I ICPI.I 4? "ite Citric rr Ionian Acid, for the Olive (Oil Catsup, Mustard, Pepper,Grounu; Fepper preventive properties of this medicine by using it on taken of all !securities or collaterals held by the BULL PRATORIUS
'S j a:ck or ordinary use that U sold, London the intimation of an approaching at tack. There creditors respectively, and a report be made of (the tc ,
< Green and IJUck Teas.c &, at the frt
I '0 t PEOPECTUS f.lrler. &... Jle f'iI u.lj store of ", c", S. S. KNGHT.new grocer are constitutions liohe: to regular alack of same, and of the value of each" And it was also At the corner store under the Sentinel Office ul

S : t It I'l' 1t1 4 April), I ISts. 41 Bilhous Fever almost PH'r fall ; to such ( ue of ordered that all parties may be examined upon in- opposite the fhitnii Bnildin?%

The Southern Litcrarj) Gazette, ___ this medicine i! re'commerde. beginning to use i terrogatoniesand produce all book affit papers in Now OPENING a choice and well selected

: V A. WEEKLY JOt'RNL, C'MMLNCED I! ATHENS, GA. Western Produce and Groceries. Pure Sulphate of Quinins. b) (the middle of frt June. their custody or power relating theretoupon oath ARE of CLOTHS. CASSIMERS, VESTINGSandREADYMADECLOTHlNG. -
I V V fJTH Those whose feeble before the said Muter, as the said Master shall direct
0V "%TUUIY, TiE OF MAY digestive organs are often ex Tbe
it-ceived a mipjlv of PROVISIONS lIE subscribers! peat
have hurdred
hand and
large on two "
V EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RIChARDS.V ,TINT GROCKIlE at the store IJr T wtich perience a sense of fullness, weight and oppressionabout care and taste bestowed in the selection of these good
,. TlIf.RE i in'.t.( South of (the Potomac. a single! S S. KNIGHT have fitly ounces of Sulphate of Q'lininf they the stomach alter eating, "i find (this medicine Now, therefore all person claiming to be creditors warrant them in saying to all who wish to purchase
obtained
direct
: from the manufacturers and
( ,
.
S V <1 who e sole object is to develope am June 10. ISI<5. 17 they will aflurd almost immediate of said A. M Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of good bargains.you nil! do well to call and examine
warrant be article.
V, V f l ster literary ta.te and talent in I the South,' and tin -- it to a !IJrio Ladies near their confinement cftei suffer from said order, notified to produce their claims, and the our stock. It would be a crest fax on tim. .nH n..
I' : fact is certain!) a s-iTicietit reason for an eariutl 1 attempt Notice.SIX We have enlarged ourstoek of Drum all Medicines heartburn and costiveness i : to uch thisarticle i is vouchers in support thereof, and all collateral and hence lo enumerate the different style aid pal teres
S establish such The failure by recent aruvats, and are prepared to e'futf be used securities (therefor before me, at office in Tallahassee
j V to a journal of highly rtctmmend.t. as it tan without the mv composing this assortment : suffice it lo that
: V previous efibrts cannot b r mind t aucli Those < r 1'f the (estate of Chare, -kleU.late ol on the most accorrmodatnig Irrms headache it i invaluable otherwise comply with Ihe provisions of the *
t an argument agnn-t an attempt. oils is same, a Iii's IJonstod Lu.trc and the and
a clothing
"" failures have been and Leon County, will present aecl.unl an I vouchers \\1 have also a few accounts, vet due lo for (lie This be found that be admitted to the said suit.
may probibly were (the re- belure the Jud. of U aliCewi lo act a a pie sant cordial they may parties every article of their stock is of a style and quality
S. cult of circunistan -t-ii no lon, 'r exiatitig The 1 neet 111. t 11.hale fur Maid County year IS17 They arecenerillv in Iml amounls"Lut if. !!tonng the appetite, and at the Dated this third day of December D. 1647 that will please the most fastidious.
and
final
prav for a from if the whole could tie would !
't discharge ,
a of "ich an organ in our midst, is so uruveisally acknowledged said towards p.ut go same time fulfilling every intention t that the common SIMON TOWLE, Special Master They would mention that these CLOTHS are of

that not to attempt to suppl tho definenv t"tatr.TIFRESl. : TEIV juidatingcpitam sum which we owe. purgatives arc intended to eflct. //1purely tegetable Decembec4,1I7. 20 tf (the finest texture, the bet English wool dve. French
Bv her
V would indicate a disregard ol f the si. ns 01 i nrK. ( a.ent.) LEWIS &AMES.April and wh('n used according; to the directionsw wool dveblack.do.Ca*.iner.London wool dve Mark,

S the times scarcely more surprising than inexcusable i I JOIX B DK: CORCE. 20, isjs:____ 41 ill be found an invaluable article,especial! to I those W. 8. [ il Lcrrn1 do Cass French and German black cloths,do. Cass ,

S Vt V: The progress o' the age and the raiud advance ota -Ma'f.I'IC -- mIn -- -- Cigars Cigars afflicted with Dv'>.pcp>ii, Derangement of the Liver, Attorney nl Law French fancy Carsimers.VESTINGS .

V the South in Commerce, Manufactures, and Inteina Hamilton Circuit or General Dibilitv Itfonticello, Jefferson Connty, Florida, of fine black Satin, fine plaid' Satrn.

; -a: Improvements, imperatively( demand a corresponding Cour. 1 K JUUU Ann PAMSH RFG: .\LIASjust received Prepared by Doct< r J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county. WILL' attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle Silk, Woollen Velvet Cashmere'! and Polkanett.

., V.., advance I in literature To aid in this great ob MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLOUlA. I. and fn rule IIY Georgia, and for sale bv appointment atE and of the County of Columbia of the Cerro Gor !o and Cberubu. Monterey checked.READYMADECLOTIIINC.Superior .

V V : J *ct, he ha e.t.bli.h.a Weekly Journal at the seat MAY TERM, 1 -. L. &II. C.REENBLRG &CO. BARNMtD, Jr's., Eastern Circuit londa Fine blk

1. if. the .iJ) Georgia and rallied around it John Will U, ) May 20, J IS J H. II Drug Store, Tallahassee, Monticello. August 22. 1 lS4f.. S French dress and frock Coa s, do. English wool
V V V the beet writers of 'he Smih r*. > Bill for Divorce 1: ",t. UIST, DANIEL LADD, Nt\ort. do., French Ca tmer Sack Coat,. Doe-kin do.,
V V The Editor i* assured of the support of Ins able FrtHia: Will.uns. his Wife ) I'L\nH Monticcllo, Notice. black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin

a (o"djutorl in the Orion Ma,*7ine, and also of in'iclther ; IT avprJin, the oatiifadion of (the! Court that Notary Public, Quincy, SIX months after date, I hall present my final ac- coat, black beavercloth sack and over-coals, black opera

.. assistance from the most prominent writers 01 Iru"i'lllimJ., the Defendant in the above Dialed TJILLAUASsEK.. FLOUWA HARDY BRYAN, a and vouchers to the Hi n. Judge ol Probate Cloaks Pantaloontol fine black Cassimer.medmndo

V. t the South TI.eGUEFismadCupormatlrbllth i ca:.Jut Ilt rltlJc in the State of Florida, and1'iat April lr, IbJS. : Agent for Thomas county, Georgia in and for Leon County, and apply for letters of ., a great variety e.f fancy Casrimer pants of the

V original and Ileclnd (comprises, Talc, Essav. (' (the !>aiJ defendant. resides in the State oJ G<'or- May 02. IM7 44 dismisaion as administrator of the estate of Joseph latest style. Vests of very description Military
Sketches of Travels. Poetry and a General gus, 'o that the ordinary process of law cannot le Spring and Summer Goods. Mien, deceased
Crlicisms. sell-
Shirts
Glove Cravats
Trimmings, Hosiery, ,
.S V ? Miscellany of information in all departments of served upon her : upon motion of M. D I.. Heelh, r__ New Goods--Spring Trade. COUNCIL B ALLEN, adjusting Stocks, Suspender and almost everything

V Literature Art and Sen'nee. Particular attention i is Sol licitor for Complainant 11 u fared by the Court nr/ITON ife UKU.s; ., .' Administrator with (the will annexed connected with a gentleman's outfit.

.. given to Scientific and Practical Mechanics That service be perfected upon said defendant by ARE now receiving a large and general ."ort- S. F. nUR EY February 2o, IS 19 32 6m B Si P are prepared to execute all orders accord

,V In Mechanical execution it .surpassed by no con. publication ac9ordm to law in that case made ant of of SPRING AND SlIMMER GODS, return thanks to the public and county Doctor John P. Duval ing to the latest and most approved styles.N. .
V and the aid of the will provided : Ami it u hereby ordered by the WOULD ,
fine ,
temporary, arts not be to which
V they invite the attention of the generally, for the past liberal patron B By the next arrivals we expect to receive
.V \antin to enhance its attractions Portraits of That the said Defendant. appear on or before the first March :-H.'lSJS. 3G age he has received from them. and respectfully re. OFFERS his professional services to the citizens THE REMAINDER.

Southern writer, and! pictures of Southern Life andS day of the not tem of said Court to be held on quests a continuance of the same I have just re and surrounding country Officein October 16. 1617. 13

Scenerj. will b presented Wednesday after the first Monday in October next, Just Received, ceived.per Varcahlar. from New York,a GENERAL Wm Wilson's Building, over Hajwafd's BookStore .
: The Editor confidently appeals to the fi tends of and answer the complaint of the Complainant in his Tallahassee Fine Perfumes,

S Literature in (Ihe South ; and he is )happy lo announce Bill rha fI.or they will be taken as confessed, and XX A T New LEWIS and&Valuable AMES': Medicines Drug Store, a fresh supply whichare inc ASSORTMENT for yourselves OF GOODS, which call and exam February, 1S4S 32 From the Manufactory of Latin, Pariz.LTEDYOSMIA. .

\. V that hi. is of doubtful the Court will grant such decree shall seem -among Geranium
V enterpn no issue Bv private a pro- (the loll > : March 2", Is(IS. 1 Hehlrope. Jockey Club Rose
S effort a large and generous list has been obtained per in that case made and provided. wing : John P. Duval, iI Millefleurs, Patchouly, Mignionetle.

S. and up'ard.f f One Thousand Subscribers have A true copy from the minutes of the Com : SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PI.L AND RES- Martin, Smith & Thorn, ATTORNEY AT LAW Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia. Ber. de la Reine

I ..V pledged heir support to the paper Until this was JOHN S PURVIANXE:, Clerk. TOR 11VE: BIT! Commission and Forwarding TT7ILL practice in (the Courts of Middle Florida, Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Yervin.Marrocam .

V .V. accomplished, the -dilor. wan unwilling to publish June 1, IMS / 4mHamilton Designed for, and tltvr, DY"jtI"ia. Liver Com- MurhlDt VV. ff k r ff nnnntd ..., It. f T, ak.l Ce .. and ess. Bouquet
.I.inl; ,. '....' ., ; ,:.,'.. A No 02. ro\dro Street.NEW.OVRLEANS ...A. _v..rt.. v. .t't""" M.. I,.. "..**"u u.".*.".
., his Journal bat it is "'H' given to the public' with Pi -. 'M. ." .I ... u. LAN : District Court at Tallahassee Also, Gl.nn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston tMerrills
the that Tax Sale. discases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure Extract of Floss
V tin*'juivocal assurance it shall be permanent Fragrant ers.
V TERMS-I.1 The Southern state of blood M MARTIN-O. w. SMITH-THOU. THORN. Office in Wm.'il.iou'jJ Buildings,over JlaY'nrd'sBOtlk The Farina also aid'
Cazttte L true Cflogne- the French
{ iMiraiy is vutue of (the power vested 11 me by law I Store Tallaha scc
BY
.V S lII.bl-weeklv.nn a handsome! imperial uinrlool shall. expose for sale, before the Court Housed DR HILL'S WORM LOZENGES, Jiffers toJ February 20. Ib4l 32 Amencin Lavender and Florida Waters Bay Ron

printed from new type, on fine white pa or, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. flo. The safest, most 1 etrt'lual. and pleasant preparation I W .Argvle, .\. Bcstwick, S. S. SibeT,Tallahassee. __ _____ and Agua de la Reine, fine Cosmetics, rich Prmt
S per. .aids., on the fist Monday in Novembir, 1 ISIS, the before the public, for the eradication of Woaus, in i J.' I.. Smallwood, R. L Edmonds, Quincy G. W. HUTCHINS, Hair-oils and Hair-dvex, Shaving and Toilet Soaps.

I ,. 2. It is furnished to single suWnber at TtroIvllar following described properly, or tn much thereof aswillpaylheSlateand Children or Adults! February 12 IsIs.I 10DK. ( AUCTIONEER fine and coarse Comb*. Crushes for the Head.Teelk.
annum in adtanec-ad to clubs of sis --- Nail and Flesh A article of Cold Creio
; V per t County Taxes due thereon for HULL'S COUGh 1 LOZENGES ('. II. BUNTING, superior
4 for Telol" ". the \ 1M7, to wit : Will of 7'.ILL./lll.lSSEE. Jo'L.Il. in pots. For sale fey LEWIS t AMES.
Consumption, eases
a ( irm., not containing remit- The(a Soulh- Wt.t of Section paFVEST all CURF.1 SURGEON DENTIST .VLES in any part of Ihe county attended to, and December 4. 1517. 2(1( _
: \1 ('rml."itat barter :U, Township Colds, Asthma, Spitting( ol Blond, in Ihe Side, S _
solicited
.... .attention. solicited articles, Must U j>bt'Iaid t to ensure I William I.Rmge J.n Mills.iSI'ulI, outhand. Exit Purporting to belong to Shortness of Breath and all other !)Pulmotiarj Complaints HAVING perminenlly located in Quinty, respectfully REFENENCES : Spices, Pickles, &,c. .

V .4 le.pectuy tendtrs Ins services to the public TTNDERUUOD'S Gerkins Mango's. a. -'
II. BONP, Esq, I LloYD AFir;<;, pickled .
WM C. RICHARDS T. in the
\ISDEN, Sheriff, -ALSO- v arious branches of his profession. From his I U Walnut
ions and ,
mixed Pickles Lobster
V D. C. WILSON pickled
J. W AHGYLF. Esq | Esq
'S _Arue.c.May 1:. I"IQ. and rr a 1 ax Col. Hamilton Co. for '47. and success in he feels
experience practice, assured OilMustard
; .co DR. IULIS FEVER AND AGUE PH.LS, January 22. 164S 27 and Tomato Kelchups, Capers, Olive
..' Fletcher April, I.t 3S t Is Well or being able to please those who him. fresh
Institute. Safe, Certain, and FfTecttial. Cure may patronise Pepper and Pepper Sauce, Cider Vinegar
rr for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Dr. B refers I the public loCol Gooseberries and Currants in bottle, (Iresb Salmon-
.: : "..: TruttI". of .FVtclter) In"lillt. I londa! ConI Leather Top Dugg for Sale. i and al other Fevers Pi ice reduced to Seventy Jive W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M W DAVIPSOV, M. D. PAPYi Shad and Halibut in canister Curry Powder and
: ferencvr, will fut sale Puevdav.thc lolb Gen C. II .W
on Qm
\ oIlr one swond Horse per Box. DUPONT. Dr R. E. LITTLE 9 Gavenre, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger. Cur
V 1. .. August next a of beautiful building[ lots, ALSO Apply lo J. R narouch'I' The above Medicines, fiesh and genuineare for Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies wailed WILL Practice in all Ihe Court in the Middle rant Jelly, Maca'rroni, Vermicilli Russia and American V

... .. situate at FHch litstitute. near Thomnvile. Ga.i June 1, tHI At the Tin } sale by LEWIS! AMES, nn at I heir residence a usual. Office on the first floor of the Cap- Isinglass, Irish Mw, dried Currants, Prunes
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IllfS. _
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f a .! nltp : !" ------ .a. Sepfenihei II. 1x47- 3 iol( South wing. room formerly! occupied. by the

J ing terms ISt9.one-third One thirl cash.o'ie-lhird J ; ; ()avable firiI l lJanu j DR. J. S. BOND For certificates of Talahacfe., and other information Notice. Secretary of theTerritory. Nutmeg. Mace, Ginger, All.pice. Cinnamon.

> :' try. ''J1v.IIurdla.er concerning the above Medicinessee future November 15, IS-I5. 17 Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage Summer SavorT and

I t .1\. can suit procure them from one lo r.IJ : r. I ma\ O FFERS his professional service* to (the Citizens advertisements, and pamphlet, which may be ob. SIX months after dale, Ihe undersigned will pre- JOHN En KINE. sweet Marjoram. Orange t lower, R' i'e t peach.w""
o 1 Persons wi.'nnz to at said lots will of Tallahassee and the his and vouchers Vsnilla.For .""
IO.k surrounding country of the accounts to the Honorable Peach and
; Agents lets.extract of Rose, Lemon,
AT
tine ATTORNEY LAW
: .: call upon Mr.loen. at Thomasville. wliowilleihibit at Col Fuller Hotrl I Judge of Probate of Lon and MLS.
'It '4 .. Olc Mach 18, 1'H*. 3: County apply for let- sale by LEWIS A. A
t to plan the Ironnd. May' 29. Ibl7 O If tens of dismission administrator of the estate of Q.ulncylorldJI.. 20
a December 4. IR-17.
P P. SMITH!, Agent Cabinet Making, &c., Henry J. Gaskmi. late of said County, deceased WILL attend the Justices Court of (ladsden -

\ta .: / ._JIJ"f! It). ISIS____47_ Notice. O.PARTNERSIIIP.-The undersigned have associated WESLEY MANNING. Adm'r. the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Furniture, Carpets, <5tc. for S e.1PAIR .

; .;.': Thomas Jeff. Heir QIX' months after dale, Ihe undersigned, adtninisO C themselves together, and from this dste fly S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia 1 of handsome Mahogany Parlor Concbes,

:':'.. MTORNEY COUNSELLOR: AT ..AJ.V4 fratri a of I he estate of B. F. Lipncomb deceased, the two ahoTs will be united, sod (Ihl business conducted February 19, IS48.. 31 Cm November22,1813. IS tf Mahogany Book Case with draweif

.'V: .ANI the Circuit Court \ will present her account and vouchers to flue Hon YNCJ i. VINGFRHOETS. They are f:J- Sentinel copy. _ _ and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, I Double Wheel 1-

,,V V' WILL of the Midd.e: Circuit, and in in the cac Supreme k. Jude all Probate ol Wakulla County and ask to b prepared lo descriptions. of work in their l.ne: Newport Mineral Spring. LEWIS & AMES, tent Corn-Sheller, (tbe moat approved article in *

....'.,.. Court and United States District Court dilharged as administratrix of said estate. with fidelity and despatch, andon I reasonable letini DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. Apply to JR- FORTUNE
St2ViJV.: Tallahassee.f4.Ft'1ft a E E. LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. (for cash or approved acceptance .any workmen in d DEALERS Feb. 5. I>d3. 29 At lha Tin Manufactory .
February 26, ISJ9. 32 Cm i Ihe ( The continued of the undersigned being frilly empowered DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS -
patronage public -
MonticelIis.Jannary2. 1<*48. MC count. make' warrantee title, has had the Van Wyck
t u mpsl respectfully Toilet Articles Perfumery, &r., Window Glass Dr. C. C. ,
a t".. Coffee. Patent Shower Baths. 5/ E..oticite.. !, .TIE eiatC1y around (Ihe above Springs FAI1TKBS* BRUSH AND COLO ', of Surgery" IB tb. Freakhza
.1 J ,, lz dwelling lots of upward of an LATEProfewor- Philacielbia. has taken 'P
'J\ ,: B \GS OLD JAVA COFFEE T the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat ted GERARD VINGERHOETS.Tafianajsee he now (or tale low. Plans Apothecaries Gla" Ware dec. to

I 'f.t 20 !,An. Rio do. A: convenient SHOWER BATH, intrde for N ivember 6, 1847. 18 ( sine, terms, ofera. ., can be seen at Dr. E. THEaboYf constantly on hand,and for sale at ihe hit residence in Tallahassee his and u prepared,, 'Ph
dolie of profeuion
in all the
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o i. 2 do Lnguira doJusl l.amWr I occupies but little rn enr k. FOR SALE. Apply to Jaraard.,Talahauef First come hu first choice.DANIEL prices. gage" **
LEWIS & AMES. of Barllell' Building
ncivt and for sale by Iel so as .In drip water on the floes SULKY J. R. LADD.

4 1 Sept 19, IS :t LLOYD &JrLAGG June ", 1515 4( Junt 10, lit. 4 At the Tin FORTUNE Manufactory Newport, February 19, ISIS. 31 Tallahassee, November ZOo 1317 IS Jane 10, 1S48 41




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