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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 26, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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v): BttolntiflMpiocd xt the first Scaloi of the New YOlk Courier relating'
irfiiii incidents: in Mexico mention the
| Thirtieth following
.r the C8D rtSl.
TiE F4IJOBIIJIAN anecdotes :

.fl. *g,-AN ACT making appropriation* for cer YMI have, often, no doubt, heard of pre-
io( !;ui. (or\ifuto.of th. United Sutw for the 'fa i sen'inenis of deat.OJe of tLe singular! pre.

oa$1.i ,ji4ing th ef June, one thousand eight eI sentiments which is so common before' and inaction

'h4 btmdred and fOrl.naeI arid which certainly rti'ist excite thus
the Senate and House of Rrprc
Be it enacted by .. -- ___ _____ __ astonishment of all occurred; the battle
.tme.ftee United State *f America t?Can --- ------- : : : '- := us at

u. I That the lollowinp ium be. and TALLAHASSEE of Cburubtisco. Frank Taylor'u haKerr: was
.
iDef ae"ene. ruted fo be |'aid out of an, I BY SIBLEY &DYKE. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1513 VOL. AT-XO. G. 'iiider" heaviest fire in that fatal: hut brilliaiit

oey iD the treasury not olber\l.Ipproprlatf -- -- -- -. action anj was terribly cut to pieces !loiJn.;
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1 1I -
prerralion repair*, construction : - .o-- -
for the fortification, for the year an ending the thirti- I purchase from the said vestry and to oc p-as a so blind a< not to see it. The democracyhave J'; tJI"i/ting/ie1J (IllinoIs) Tictet.Another side of the rote of Corw.n: Gnlrlin v. and others some olven m"n and tweutr-two hornet. 4tprivate

01 raiD of Jlne. cue thousand eight hundred aDd burial ground, for members of Congress, been the northern friends the south Convert : hal) run back t? the iim!,r for us car.
etb other members of the States only I Democracy I whose unpitriotic coo-se in Congress
Unite government as f triuige. He olrtniiirj it; but J.fore ho
I fI1.DID works and and barrack, near Del foil, the rVrsident shall d expedient and proper to have ever had and I shall never believe, until The la'c President of ifa Whig Condition amid eUetvhere identifies thf' n with the tories I hal) returned ,decided paused
evitacinZ diincinali'n:
fo tbonnnd dolar; allow a portion of the land beremtore authorized to I see it, that she will prove ungrateful at a I ofthe revolution and the federalists' t ort tLe Jast% a '1I
rieen be sold, not one-fourth TO MY OLD WHIG nnD5.I r .I'niost tread of it. Taylor, rIding by
nny
fortifications outlet of Lake CLatnplain exceeding part thereof, and time BO big with disastrous con'qlll"ncc. I war with Great Britain.I .
Per usanldollr* winch portion shall be bid out in some compact GuaTLEMtN : Under ordinary circum. j und seeing the man' hesitation, instead of re.primdiiiituz .
repeal tbe skies are bright in this .- I admire Lewis Cass !
t* ) quartt'r.lOur as a great a'esmin
; and barracks at narrows ofPeaobicot form and at such place a4 aforesaid 1 : h. !.
; defeDsi'eorl. thtSretait stances should scarcely venture to obtrude i h.rn knowing was rive mtn.
I For river.. ,ten thousand dollars ; shall select: Provided, so authorized own Slate, one of jour number will not I and pure patriot. In war: ho w is a braveTnd ..
I cCusioii of and said! it will never do to allure I
feelings sentiments coattoy rmn. ,
! Fort Portland harbor to be purchased and used by the government, I permit any person to question. I have recenly any my i accomplished Roldler and! di.'in..nhielfor '
For repair Pebe. the public attention. If i is c.>wir.lic Leie !r' At the word cowan.!.
}. Dine thousand ; shall be paid for mom time to time as it is actuallyu I returned from a second trip in Ohio suue upon any apology I his courage and ':ttriti'm. Ho etttij.aamong any

*VuDf fo'reralu of Fort Scammc.1, Portland baibor at the price demanded by the vestry, for grave the nomination of b th candidate ; and if I I required, Jet it be found ill the columns of the i the most eminent of \rn-rirla statesmen ic-c. I'M soldier: ii'uiig lo the q tick jumpM J tn
ddlarf sites on other parts ol the same ground : w'lrnll'ro- Journal .Monday !laM which himnseht" and wah; this dread
; 1aine.tentb00 ; i assails, not on. presentiment
JI vM were to select the State that I thought wOlIIgire the best
fft
tided That this having spent portion |lin'
aUo of the
to fj
reservation right
Jr I of fortificaiions on island
ro r*jaiu fifteen thousand Go\rrnei's; I purchase the extent aforesaidahaIl not be held to Cams the largest ijoritv, I s lOJflp.! K my political, Lit my private character and life in the service of h'scountr! ). Ii! rrcm1; starin-j liOn 1.1 tli {fac" rushed to the piece Ii
dolan business in of reached the muzzVdelivered: 'Ins catriJrr" enl I 1
subject the United States to of the lect Ohio llln- a style -ntemanly abuse ,
IID Boston part
Fort Warren haber, thirty thousand any t'X1'It'nt" not excepting Pennsylvania, and efFectual! interference In [revent the c<>n"iniiTintion '
4flars. of putting up or keeping up the enclosures of the ois, &c. :and. low vu'garit), excelled:: only: b) the basel4tstId of abe nnintiinV trrol''of. n. :) litEngland was i'I.'tanmibs'iiil through the ht-art. In this

For Fort Adam Newport haibor Rhode Island, said burjir.g ground or other expenses incident --- --- ot its btaiemetits.: ; i ;; 't.; ; .r I, afJI'k nil the ( iaril Helen an instance of ati
to enable her SCJZ' arm.I f s-nrcb! A-
twenty thousand dollar; thereto. STEALING OUR'THUNDER This attack of llie: Journal upon me i Is d.etibt.lers I i Approved July 25, If-ls mericaa ships and \n1"ric..n
; for rrbuilding Port Tmmbull, New London, Con. The Zachar tutUi'icd with intended and annoy cotn- : ronlt'd
C tt's are not denying ; to terrify beat ino! Mif.njis- as ever was enacted. Have patienc
ten thousand dollars meice, evinced the of his inti-llt-cf.! tljc!
For.t.Fort Schuvler, Lon; Island sound. New Yoik NO C1,-AN ACT to make Bangor a port of entry to ((:. Cass the credit of I that little matter sion other whi,s, who U.t' me, are leaving fervency of his pitnofisrn.power end IL.:1rMiI.\ hit: another ,:.. It I ti an anecdo'e of I hat
fnr vessels f-om and the of" his sword" Hull's heir ranks. Th,> aiisample : i : olucr: and
thousand dollars ; ships or coming beyond breaking at surrender y arc wolcoma to make with which he iraHant accomplished gentleman .
ten neas guanlej the intercs's! rf :
For repairs of Fort Wood,and sea wall of Bedlow's Cape cf Good Hope. which is abundantly proven, by credible! of me. All I ask. is the right of ox'lainingto Per ifer F. Smith. While our troops wereallanaifr
thousand dollars lie it enacted by the Senate and Home of Rtpretentatifet -I' ; his country. No mm who a*'ai!" (;,'n"r:111!
York ten
i and, Ne* ; witnesses, to have been the fact but thry my whig friti J3 the reasons which : !, and steadily advancing (rom arch t.,
the United in
on Baltimore of States ofAne'rita Congress Cass for this, and thus virtually condemns th I
For batteries Sler' point ah. have further and have actually stolen wluce this !ilical arch of lli, in the attack thoiirila
harbor, fifteen !; assembled That Bangor,in the State of Maine, gone change in iny p'> sentiments I principle! for the maintenance of which we"ought aqueduct upon ':

, For Fort Monroe, Hampton road, \ iriniatven. shall be, and beiebv m, made a port of entry for another feather from the cap of our standard and pirations It iscI1t that we live in a I England, ought to receive the corfi!' ( Helen, one of the gallant rifles} in attempting :11,

. <., thousand: dollars; hips or vessels coining from or beyond the Cape of bearer, to adorn the brows of h Old: Z ach." laud of liberty an1 republican institutions, deuce of an Americancons'ituency.! NotucL In cross the caut'wayas struck bva

For preservation of site of Fort Mou'.tne.: : Charleston Good Hope. We have reference to the following! anecdote where i intolerant! anti f ocripive: spirit rnanifMed I grape shot and l fell. General Smith cried
Approv.d, July 21, lSl.NO. *. can receive in vote.
Carolina thousand sia hundred
South ten ) I
harbor dollars which i ill going tbe rounds of the Tuor! Press, by tlis Journal u compelled to confine As a military man. I admire and lov Grn.Taylor out, one of )ou go and bring that man under

For dike on; Drunken Dick shoal Charleston fc. 70,- \N .\CTto rc\"i..e an art authorizing certain in laudation ofGen 'faJlor-Jlu"cll Dem- itsengedice upon those who dare to spurnits I anJ would rather add a thousand, than t ;I II the arches !". No.movement took J'lace-tb. J JI

bet,South Carolina, fifteen thousand dollar, soldiers in the late war [with Great Britain] era!. dictatio to impotent: words. -air was black with the flight of grape shot i

For Fort Sumptet, Charleston harbor South Carolina to surrender the bounty lands drawn by them and (;t'n. Tabr m ISli-lo, was a Captain I m"t' not say that in advocating the I. pluck one laurel from his brow. But, accor1115 I and J hew wished to expo e themselves to thea
to locate others in lieu thereof.lie lr his own statement, hf has vet to 1 le.I
thousand dollars .
tent} ; or peihaps a Major hy brevet, and stationed prinuple the laftwIiig I ho.ieMlv iron hail for one they ctipjMised dead. Will
it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative pail ; 1 ,
For Fort Pulaski, Savannah river, Georgia I I gin to learn those thin:; vi lli..h peit.iin to !the
ei1 Ameiica with his at Green Baj that time believed recognition: of the I of on and that in 7" NoI
thou and dollar; of the United States of inCongitssasfnulled company -at principled duties of the presidency. I believe that lie j none ) 20 bring man

For repairs of Fort Jackson, Savannah river.Georgia That it shall and may be law- far beyond] ihe limits of civilization. 'J'hipaymaster i in the a'hinstration: ot ihf government to be I democratic I movement followed!! the appeal. Co>Hy anl I

twenty thousand dollars ; ful for an\- soldier in the late war with Great Britain i received from the government the essential the dIane uf our ,1J1Jllrr! ; ami!, parly appreciate his services :IS.., calmly! the General walked out from under ho iiIi
to whom bounty land has been allotted and highly! as the whigs ; that: it is not "o much ..
For Fort McRee, Fcns-acola haibor: Florida fifty funds small! he with equl the rfln'r. f the and amid that
terrible
thousand dollars patented ia the State of Arkansa, which wa and n I neccsary save a amount, sincerity, re-girded principle: I for altacbm-nt to the iun: that the w higs () acq-ieduct -
and for the bills! of J. II. Platt & Co.. of the tnuchievou t1p- : to the : him anJ "
For Fort Barancas and barracks thereat,Pensacola unfit (or cultivation to surrender said patent exchanged dojocratic part[ as ins their port him, as it is i from a hope that, by a'jm- ,J tin went man, pck-d up

harbor, Florida, forty thousand dollar; to receive in lieu thereof the same quintitv of any I Bankers in the city of Cincinnati ibis was a i i l*Mi
For repairs of Fort Morgan, Mobile point. Alabama -. of the public land subject to private entry as henmselect. : business transaction on prh'ate account.! The : to tit managemi'nt 1.1 national l afiairs. militarv: converting act tint coolness which Las renJcred him s'i .
: Provided, That before receiving such new reputation into electioneeringcapi'a! !, j!
twenty thousand dollars,, I I to detroit and there! j Bat the of the last] general anJ that .'
Louisiana,three land it shall be proved to the satisfaction of the j paymaster proceeded IjoiijiJer; cxpcrifticu t they can succeed in gett.p; control of'the! conspicuous as a generosity
For repairs of bate! jcnne\'ut Commissioner of the General Land Office, that the I paid off the soldiers in this locofoco individual twelve rtrs ufTiient to convince COcncan.. spoils of office. 'I .ir.d Lumai.ify which hak' literally made IIi,, :
thousand dollars; Having no intimation c/hi!
For repairs of Fort Jackson )Mississippi river, Und
five tbeu and dollars; cultivation, and that said soldier has never disposed -! )Mackinaw and there paid: the soldiers iu like I the priricdes sui.I mmieaurcs ol 1 the demx.rat- that '! promotion to such a noble iou! t
Luisiana. of Ins interest in saidhatid by any sale of his nominated him, what principles! .. "
repairs of F"tt St. J'hilir.li1sis"ipri ri.tr. and that the has ben taken dis- I! manner ; lastly!I Le reached Green Ba) .- '! ic part a) drawn from the true theory of reptiblicin he how '! -- --- t
not ht
C own. same or expects to C adopt or s'.inrls IM:>n TLe fcoaiziicc
Louisiana For For:twenty Livingston, GrandTerre; ilal. Louisiana rosed of for his debt due to any individual and that I Here again the pa\nmler, with: proper vi-rnrntnt.. bost c.ilcul-ttej: : tt> sa- great national q-iestions, I decline*groin's; ii A hciuke JoLn: of selected Jlidorij.! -The muria I Jof
he shall release all his' interest the same to the II cial counted Tailor the : :! four free and as the Regent of
in institutions
ten thousand dollars; I solemnity, out to Capt. cure frpetul'; I Mind! and '
prefer s'lpporling Ca!s and Ba'Ier!: ,
For fortification* at Kej) \\e5t. Florida, Cflv. thousand United States in such a wav 24 md Commissionerl.all the bills ol j"II.. PJ.itt & Co., Bankers! for : to a:tainLat pnrnir end of all goverii an-mit, vlios- lives l have the Geniiitni; Emperor, i1J i lLo! most rum\ntc: :i

: dollar; I. prescribe, and such surrender and location shall the soldieis. UiJ; Zack" looked at the i tli.! gr.tcst go.;' 1 of the greatest num'if II been spent[ in Loioraf! : part of h1S; Li>:tor). .\h'.aJ s on the will; i imutate in \.
For fortifications a! Garden Kcx'. Tortusas island, be made within five years fr,im the passage cf tin i [pjb..c. !: sen'ices-who are acknowletf: ,. { to l,epure of Strii: he ariired late
,
: part one eve- j jnn
act I rag, and said-" Is this the stuff }on intend I 1'heIry V. it!! which I act.'d! advocaV-d! a :
Florida, lwenty five thousand dollar; trreat, and good in all! those ;."riL! t'I' : at the i.eau'ital! l pfAussce.ini the
For protection of Great Crewster island, and securing Approved July 2', ll", to pay us ?" The piuiras' aurmed natii IK bai k as ai mdi" -:isable a-!'ent inin I which constitute lh nafriot and rii/; n. ""J ; village i

and defence of the principal lup channel into t him it was the same he paid) t<> the m"n at car: i the financial opT<.'ion of the; ; I I whose} hi: I like of the same name;ai.d reqtiebtedpola. j
principles "are kown and read !!
of Boston Ma.lachustl. forty thousanJdollars VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.: -I Detroit and Mackinaw, but, sa>s he, with a U\Crllll'lIt.. in stippling a o-ind c'urcnrJ. mn." A. R. RODLNSON.Sr&iM.iiELD. .a I Ii I horses and postilion: to proceed immediately onhl 1
: Ptorided, no portion of said sum of ,> jo mrue). The arrival of body at such
wink I have United States Bank and rjuaing! exchanges. The democratic any
; :
forty thousand dollars hall he expended for the object PERRY COUNTY, ALABAMA, July I:. knowing I July HO, l"- .tj-. I II time f
a was pen1ctisiineipect.d and theie
,
i: I
aforesaid,until the United States shall procure I bill for von officers. To this Capt. Talor part) rejtcted this pnncipV, was triumph- II I
much of said Great Bitw- You may rest well a'sured.Iessrs.. Editors .' Sir receive antl: sailed: the mse.xClAT OF TAYLOR : wa no p-jslilion! to l>e fjuud. Till poor post ;
a good and valid title tj so replied : tn\ men can no none) ,, ) by people on repeated I I
ster island a may be necssary to the construction that Cass and Butler will carry this!' that I am unwilling to take 11)-scH-2 Lack trials and tie independent treasury :;rstt'IUi I Here i is another remmciat.'on ofthe no-prin : mister was .n a dilemma ; it was a neglect S

Ube proposed fortification ; State by a handsome majority, in spite of the and get us good i now ends \hdicatonof the! wi dom; ol of du'y to ham no po>uion! at a (Pt.sationi.arl \
candidate
Fur additional preservation; of the site of Fort factious about 'I money. ciple from one ofthe mot sterling : what be' dnp'
efforts of two politicians was t.> One of"his
one or
| For the fact datigh-
its
in Charleston harbor, three thousand dollars Now for the ':tCIS. The Nashville! Union : poc) established! in the I
I' Moultne; Montgomery. Thoso out of the State may I makes the following correction of this story.- I I face ; all the world, all'! hag become a set- : wLg. of n :iaore-.u.J we Lear tLere 'are I Il (era, who was known in the neighborhood, ou

the Pea island Delaware think (iftbey rely on Whig account) that I l lew more of tLe same sort," wLo are juat'vdisgusted -: account of her energy aiid business activity as
For Fort Delaware, on P.tci Now the truth is (;'u. Cass cud not Gen. :: tied |incipe! in the minds of the pople, that j jI .. I

river, fifty thou ar-d dollars. these gentlemen are ruining the prospects of Taylor, was the hero of the foregoing anec, the sli-m. is better adipud: to tho safe: and I at the proceedings: of the PhiLde1phia : P s-mastt"r anru"-a very pretty mountain
ROBT C. \n THROP. I .1
of the llou e of our Democratic nominees; but I can with dote. The Pittiburg Post states hat the li::.c easy lala;'e TIer.1 of our financial affairs, :ffjidsi Convention: ; lass of volunteered: !her vertices to rescu
Speaker > Representatives.G truth say that they arc doing much more to bound and her l father fn.m his dj! cuh\-, and "0 di'guianl
M. DALLAS of the occurrence was at an Indian payment more cjrrom-v, keeps theexclag's .
Vire President of the Unite States and ruin themselvesery effectually with the i Mackinaw.. Several companies of United at lower and moore uniform rates ACJiV %CCOIM(5DSTL'O-1NY POUT XA AMessrs. I as postilion} with the Arch I I.e.roShe tarteil

,\ of the Senate. Democracy than to divide or distract that par. States troops were paid at the same: time.- thanovcr was cr can be, real.zed from a sTOI:;r. off; driving outside: handling iLe reins, anti. J.

Appro\'e July 2:, IblS. ty ; for, as far as my observation extends! Inevr I The paymaster said nothing about hiLt of the ban: IJilonWjen! we look aroundus Jhu-Zn! ; the posiliunhorn: among the mountains Ii IiI
K. POLK.
J
IE saw a nartv more united than ours is United States Bank-for that mammoth I I lngb protective tariff another article and see the might efforts that are making ; w..h: a1! the dexterity of on"t'fulIl initia.tej. ,

ff> 67,-AN ACT amending the act entitled I An I i in 't-bis--S ate: Of course the Old Dominionwill i swindling shop was not then in operation : he ,I I of iig faith: -deemed neCl'5Sarf f for the en.coflgement by the wings, t" elect their available! candu :' On arriving at the station the .Archduke f

act granting half-pay to widow or orphan, where not swerve from her principles at this I aid that he would give the principal ofirers 1 I ()American industry- and the date, it is !.urprisinj to pee men that professed! praised! her t-eed; and c-irf in the darkness of l''

their husbendu and fathers have died of wounds hour, after having fought( BO often successfully! I. gold and silver, and expected to give to he prfctiori of our tnanu'sicturofl trm fv.r.-n to be Irifiids Henry. CJa),!I ort a>>jya9. !! ijl? U.i.Ltf ar.4.J'' Lu'u' It JZTimv v -.tto li
received in the military ten'ice of the United the good fight. Wishing the party success, : hmaedecided ,1.0 I Post-master: : with Archduke, SIKHI .f1 I
I
I Thc again
States" in cases of deceased officers and soldiers subordinates the ras of the western bank ; c1petilion. people tiatel l 'f'ehv.6,1 1 1". 'dlreJ his wilinwss! : I
of the mihtia \.oIUnfef. pa .ed July fourth and yourselves much good will. but Gen. Cass at once said, No ; the subordinate tl: sikig party al>o in ihiA tariff law, theapritmg to the no.nit.ation of the Dem xratc! '! became noi:e l about in Aussee, and reachedhis

,! eighteen bundled and thirty-six, I I officers and the men need Mcncj to I democratic policy! i is now in upt.'r.1 V.'accept Xaiu' COD\"l'ntions. What a l.u.1 i ears ; be doubted, and passing through the .ft
Be it enacted by tht Senate and House of Rrjne.srniatirra PlTERsnt'RG. and has now received! the m3rI;( ap- hiff. or the village shortly afterward, inquired for thus
meet the demands against them ; and mone\ I .tn nuliatinj gpcctncle! is th'is presented to i I .
of the United StatetofAmencain Con- "The North Carolina Volunteersv.ho Under its mild! and Nanni introduced to him-h
i aval of the people. of1 position ; was '
antetnbled. That the of the first ce- : the) must have. The story has only been honest whigs ofthe Nation. I was one !
il frnt provisions have passed through Petersburg! are, with the I tit-Scent the revenues of the counT I was sturuck with her beauty, unadnrned und J
hon Cfthe act entitled .An act crantinz half-pat altered in such a way as to prove the ignorance I operation those that stood by henry Clay and the whig
to widows or orphans where their husbands and exception of one or two, and probably, 1 might of this scribbling TaJ loritc. have increased be>'ond all precedent! ; Alierican for of and nov, intelligence! :! and determined to educate her. .::
a period twenty years
lathers have died ol wound received in the military say f..r<'e, Cass and Butler boys, and are hur- --- itidustry has been rewarded with a'ondant party late find nmelf! compelled tu ac. _\. lon. acquaintance ripened into love and h" tLonoraby

service of the United State, in certain cases, arid fur ring home to vote for a Democratic Go\crn- Can the South Hesitate r-The Union Ins '! : eniplo\ment and bigh prices ; manu- at this tJay. has deserted : offered hh hand and heart ; Us lova i _,
hundred that the everyprinmcipe
other purpse; 'approved-July, be applicable tojrthechteen to: all widow- or. One of them told a gentleman here that I the following i inteiesting i infc>rmation. We I tories Lave grown ut! all over the: .land as knowledge' the statesman party ofthe West ever I was returned ; but bow coud! an Archduke .

fi f and orphans of shal, non-cornmissioned o: cen. he was a Whig, but iutemdcd to vote for Cass call on the Whigs of North Carolina to noe! b> majric nuking eaton mous dividends ; I advocated,great and taken up a man: who was murylhe Postmaster? Naniii'r' The jun' t ,

fJ mu"ician. and soldit.r of the army of the United and Butler." tho difference of position of the two canJi- I nd'so fa/"frorn (quailing under foreign compe- do and condescend to ev nile caper came to the ears of his eldest brother 4.' ,
to anything
States, who were ta the army of the United States on dates and decide which is the truest and boldest I I lion, our people: are sending the products of I' willing nomiaition of En.pTor Francis who raved and foamed
of March, hundred and torlviz \ erylhin, to get the : some part
.the,fri day subsequent eighteen period during the LEWISBURG., July 26, 1948. 'I friend of the South : ieir looms and workshops Europe underlliin which Democratic W hi;, : at the degration of Li. brother John and his
not particular ;
war between any the United States and Mexiro. Ireeatl I Gentlemen : 1 have this moment glanced ** We are happy to understand by pri'ateleUf'rs theEnsli'h: tnanulacturer! at his own Native would sui;!. From the !letter above I total destitution of ambition and sense ofprn.. 4 .,. itr
lor ,
0
Sac, 2.And beit fuither enacted. That all widows -' over a piece in the Vhig coining from this that General Cass firmly stands on the : )or. To increase duties! for mere protection alluded take the 1 Pillowing declaration I priety forbid the bans and anil'bed the Arch- '1'1 4

and orphans ol officers, n'n.commistlono officers county, in which it is stated that many ground which he has taken. Being appliedto I t>ad! only! )be to rb millions of con"uncrs !1 to we lIe duke! from the cosirf. But love laughs at em- f |
of Gen. Talor. sass : I
musicians or of volunteers and print who, have died since regu-the Democrats have hoisted the Taylor Flag." formally by a man or two of the W iim! >t tie! benefit of a few hundred of rich pro- I .. I am willing to accept a nomination from I perors as well as locksmiths -Postmaster t J

la first army day of April one thousand eight hundred and Now the truth is, that no Whig, not a heated i stamp, he declared unhesitatingly! that )he ad. :o er1-. I I national convention, bhouid! h'icli be hell I \anni" accompanied the Archduke to the J ;(

fory..ix. who nay die during the *'a with Mexico, partizan, pretends to think their majority will ; Lered to Nicholson letter and! In the Baltimore | I might nfi'r to runny other q'ir!.ti<.ns ofij i! a for the Presidency i from the WHIGS OilDEMOCUATS Si) rian mountains as the. housekeeper Nan. J.:}

wonl line received of duty, or, Irom di!ea ertitlcd.e contractedwhile the be increased m Greenbrier. Democrats will I platform ; and that il'elicted! Present j eulicv, in which! the liberate j-i: lament.I fl I or from both, should! they ni," and remained_ with this tille until. ,the. |': Hleath '-

same rule in of as it provided sb.1 b for in the to first \ofe for General Taylor jet it i equally true : hf voud tr/othe }\ ilinot Prortso. Dare Gen. ;!he cotintr has: l h t-en given against tne wings, i think to tender it." I ( of Francis. They were then lawtuflymarried | s,

eection of the pension betore mentioned act, under like limitations -I that more \Vhigs will not vote for him. Dr. Taylor uncLe such a drclaruliun '" ind in favor ot tlidemocrats.: It i is tiue. that i ijurrevs Had proper Gca. Tailor even remained independent and Nanni assumed the title of Ba- *'

and restrictions : Provided, said death' has William II. Sune, from your section ofcoun- imy not always L(- die criterion of,: stand thia broad dtciu.ra- : roofless of Brandhof. From the day of their | '
V to by
.curre or may hereafter occur, while said olfi- tr)', has openly declared for Cass and Butler; Thomas JMraglicr. correspondentof merit but when the people: deliljcratelv: enoug'a schema I acq-iaiatar.ce until the present time, they Lays j
but
; fur him
York Star the I could noto'e!
the New tion ;
gives following account ,
musicians or pri- '
cers non-commissioned> oter. and 1 do say, without the fear of successful tear after and under every vaiiety ot (: lived in the most perfect domestic harmony. i; *.
and year { Clay to 'II >
"ate.were in the service Uniff States of Mr. Meagher : 0. see the friends of Henry willing. :-
in the line c duty ; or while returning their usual contradiction, tlat he is decidedly the best This tribune-the most gloriously :jremamntance3. uhlorllly:" ; tZ'ciUa ine same | a man who declares' ho is not a Clay j jU I TLus) runs the story, as 1 have it from ibo j, a

place of residence in the United State alter having read politician in Greenbrier county in the ojng Lrav, the presumption isa.ii't inevitable! that i port I 01! them, I' mouth of a Styrian, during a visit to the mountainin94C. ], :
of his dl-is : I am surprised. as one
eloquent man no yet ) hig,
received a discharge upon a surgeon's certificate Whig ranks. I have heard other Whig say years heir verdict is right. And if an)' further rca. I ; :
disability incurred from wounds rteie. or disease most emphatically that they never would vote old. His father, one of the members for the for acquiescing in this : cannot, ai.d will not support him, auJ thus II _ I 1Z
contracted, while in tie line of or while of \\aterfoid retired merchant ol*on were necessary allegiance to the party that j *
City u a i public ) renounce f Col.! P. K. Wagner the vet- S
I for Taj lor. These representations of changesfrom of ihe popu'ar' will, it may be Louisiana.-
on their march to join the army in Mexico 'nJIroridnfuh. great wealth. lie is s.uJlo be worth : 100. pied i expression has nominated: him. I shall cast my vote.und j New Oileans Courier la V 51
That this act shall not be applica Democrats to Whigs are bumLu s.With found in the fact before) referred to ; that c is.1 eran t-d.tor: of tho
and orphans of"Jct officers, noncommissioned us it is represented that there are larg- I 000 ($jOOOOO.) iscbairmin of the Limerick confusion, and speedy repeal have: ful-I give rny support to CASS .V. BUTLEU, ,I reviewing (the condition of the canvass iu Lou. f 5fjUiana j
aster, shoulddo.
musicians, who : and Watcrford Railway, utid was twice \! which every true friend of his country af and shows '* .
ofcfr pri'a'e accessions to their ranks in lower Virginia. ayor -lowed close the ucces of whig measures : takes up parish er parish
upon .
have not in lo. or at posts or station on of his native cit) The father and eon I and is all tItus *
; s"ed Hate no fears for us-we will hold our own. in ; while! great national ad.ancement i that the enthusiasm activity on
the borders of Mexico : except where such ofcen.10Dommiisiune diametrically opposed on the Repeal ( Congress Yours, respectfully. that
are fact
made for effect. jutes.tiun of I j Democratic side, b the notorious : i
oftr. musicians, or privates, These representations are % an uninterrupted career prosperity JAMES: H. STEUAIIT. ) ji
mirch to join the army in There is less enthusiasm in the Whig ranks the old gentleman bung an Connelite and glory, in peace and war, and a throughout the State our meetings are atten-

Mexico.SEC here than I have seen for 20 )ears. They moral force man, and the other being a worshipper popularit which insures perminenry, attest I />.;/! jI.eAfirnsL'aanrr. I d 'ltL---I nearly; len voters for every one atten- t :; I
3. And be it further That all pen- of the sword. The son voted against locali :
enacted in the
federal 4' J
shout This looks the condition uftbe : meetings same
have never raised a )et.- the wisJom and fitness to KILL MORE A I'KOISOlbT-TilE QUESTIONSETTLED. (liflgthe
lions under this act shall be granted under such his father ] at the election which ( i II
on principle, the
bad for changes. of tLe! of democrat.ic ties. He denies the truth and exposes
so and the spirit
rules, regulations restriction, and limitations as many country age t
the latter in Parliament.
placed : Mr. Mea
the Secretary of War with the approbation of the Respectfully, yours GREENBRIER. measures. I The Watertown Journal, a TAYLOR AND I II falsity ofthe stoiies saitg that well knowu j"
Jr. is allowed .500 L bis father
United States gher, a year ) of the of the State are for TaJor.-]
President of the may piescnbe Is it not time, then, that tie princlpVs rll.I 'lOnE PAPEU published! in New I Democrats
Approved July 23, ISlbNO. and is thus rendered independent ot professional declares that been an active *
01110CLEVELANX Acting for !lIe also! having
repudiated myself Fillmore
: were which Mr.
in
State .
income. He is enthusiast whig party I York, the re-j; '
G<-AN ACT to authorize the sale of a part of July 29! 1848. warmblooded lover so pure an and t. si I I do repiJiate: them and adopt others sides settles the question of Fillmore's pIO. participator in every canvass iu the State 1 J
Ohio is safe for Cass although be not surprised a liberty, so the of the since ISl'-I, he never saw the prospect for a! f.
public reservation numbered thirteen, in the city adored chi'-I which time and ejporience[ country \.i oism. We have a copy oft this paper now j I
alrous he actually the !
Washington, and for other purposes.. Weller has a much harder race.- is ---- --- -by- p ,I commend to my approval. I before our eyes and take the subjoined article :. overwhelming Democratic triumph so brightin t ...

Be it enacted Itf the Senate and House of R The It abolitionists] for the first time in many WHO IS GKNEIUL C_\SS, The whig party, too coming; to the! same entire from it. The Editor; it will be remarked Louisiana. CwL Wagnei's source of information
+tnt atteci of the L'aUeJ Staff,of America in Con- have gubernatorial candidate, and will are probably better than those of :
of Public years, no The man who with a kindle dash of tic conclusion convinced that the country I : is a NEW: YORKTiYLOU AND
the Commissioner
cress atteitffUdThat will probably for Ford, as he is understoodto has forrmlly re.nonnced and K'Le does nut know !I Ii i any other! man ins the State, and judgmcut t.
Buildings in the city rf Washington be, and he is go pen, defeated the five greatest European power not endure whig principles; ; i FlLI.10RE111G.,

t heeby. autbonzd to sell to tbettr'ef Waningon be decidedly hostile Taylor and has giv. *. and repudiated. them. .By refusing' It i Mr. lilmore'b. real po/ftion. who. dOl".'.* 1- j I is entitled to great confidence. ; f

< parish such portion of public rfifn'ation of I en assurances to his friends that he shall not The man who asserted kurcekfrfnlly the ; in its national! 1 convention to reatlirtn its old: Read: people of th .
l.nd in the city of Washington, numbered thirteen, for him. ii-re-I ol I a.cr-I The S'frre MtS.rc? llun.hug.ar. Lap.py I
vote dom of the seas, against the grasping principles by ab-itirlon.icthe great ei ; town Journal oftht/l''ih a uist : -
called the said vestrv de- Ibo House fRrprosentatives
may in t
Hospital world does I that in tho debate
fire to Slae., a purpose ot enlarging the What a spectacle in the political England.) i'ner.t" of them, and 1 nominating a man confessedly I I "Tun Yi'E "jisiDEcv.-the S" ntte is ; to see Thursday when the .
nu '
, Washinltof parish burial ground, not exceeding u this present. The whig candidate for governor The man who first set )hostile foot OL BiiIsh: d--titutf ff both political principles (-11l fI, divided-'fietween the Representatives I on diMnrtniwr- j-.f

are: 4.Tbe Secretary of the War and thefeecntarv refusing to vote 'for the candidate of his territory in the war of 1'I 1'J. I and experience, it his decn-cd iiS own dis. I' (It I Tree an>J,JjT.ave: rate Upon the: qucsti- mored dupign to create a luther referred "

the shall b of opinion that the for President! Van Burcn will cf, 'eft whig free, in the lin. itall the in !! mont of the! Republic of Mexico was t:
o lan own paMy The man who received the conCJ-nce solution: and! every I oi Tiee ) rrilnr!, Senators vote ; :
aid land be injury to the public RichiruVn took occasion to r" >el at -
can 'ithot hard for the nomination at Buffalo! and if out and begin i t.l. tr. |
Service; andboon payment l-mg made to tit said try Jefferson, at the early age of 2 )tcrs.Tb guage cfiudge Logan, to wipe I accordance with ih 8UPI'0lW'Ii nf their made ain t General Shk-Wa ifLaving : .

Commissioner lo the said land at the same defeated the barnburners will probably bolt a. man whose character and pood con anew." The w big 1arty.: having become I li.caUties, th'Me will be a lie vote in the Siuutei --I accusation Hg in the! and la- :,
I design,
per acre which the United Slates received fur tb gain. Three counties on this Reserve, .'sL.I duct, every Dern crat President (from JefFerson I lanicd of its principles; abandoned them If the Locofoco candidate succeeds**. I a piiticipaiion assurt-d him ll ;
aJjoinmz square of numbered eleven I tabula Lake and Geauga, giving usually! ini condition to coiHernn me will deci.ftthe ted that tin President had >n
.
trounl. to the prefect day official endorsed.The sure!) it ii lint ; j& Chairman of that body,
dred aId fffn. !ai in execute the same a conV'alcetherdore manner 5,000 whig majority and which in 1840, man who flat for years in the cabinet for adding to aliaiwlonment, : : : of whig pria-, (qjcslion against frt'edotn.; if Mr. FIJm.lrl' GovermucMit; hid no inform'ition would on the U sub- t- .-*'
.aid vetry. & but that all such measures tcI -
he now conev public,land when .
Sec y, Jlnd IK it further enacted That the yes- : Gen. Cast will carry all the other patriot in tho cause of republicanism. I repudiate the whig party! because I/can- of his name and influence in favor of freedom. t.stt-d by biI '

try of Washington pai.I Ihal have authority to en- counties on the Reserve. There are not filly The man who was invariably! contended not its course in reference/to the At this juncture the importance nithe Vice I General Jot I ton** Trsfizicay in anon tf .

flose, and occupy t much of Nineteenth democrats on all the Reserve, General and I II approve / is to or than that of -The Whig are pa.radum .
'treet J. between numbered eleven bolting during tbe 'ar. for his country, her honor late war with Mexico. I regard tl war as Presidency eq-ial greater General Taylor. pajKTs I Ipointed

hundred a and"af fift.tnm the city square of WashingtonthePresent Cass being from the first their favorite candi. rights. just and unavoidable! on our part ; )lav ing been the Presidency itself. Let people reflect upon a statement that Grn. Jackson had

burial rosnd.) and tbe land proposed ihe date for the presidency.INDIANA.. The man who will, elected President oppose forced into it by aggressions apd actual hos. the fact, that if Tavlor and Killmore to Zachary 'Fa)!Ion as a snitablo man

first section of this act to be sold, and aim,with the I by every constitutional means every ht- on the part of /llexico./ In!ted of be. should bo defeated, Cass and Butler must suc I to cfmmand an array, as a proof that br wa
cnsetit of the authority of the city of tiluy 4
corporate This is like the
to their colonies and uncon. ceed. fit for the Presidenc may
ofa foreign power plant unjust, unnecessary
Washington the said enclose, temp ginning an _
possess _
vestry may FORT WAVJ July 24 1848. I kindred the Irish because
E, the western continent. charg by the vote (,f the who claimed to be of to
much of street or streets may stitutional war, as
n occupy any I upon officers for the
(4.ss between t the said square numbered tJt'f hcnlred Six ; No serious apprehension need be Tbe man whom the monarch of Europe whig party in Congress, I regard the President OrrgoThe f following he loved IrUh potatoes. iI

< sod fifteen and any other whole square of entertained in regard to the west. The en. fear and the oppressed people of Europe love. as acting all thYwhile t ou the defensive, Territory Oregon have been appointed( by Sju'htrn TT/i t.-The Releigh (N\
Around which it become the possessor, for Ohio will be carried by the [President and confirmed by the Senate The
may including and
0 lire west, who is defined to lead the Democratic i our national rights u
The WiL
man and ] to preame Gen. Cass
I solely as a
the sole of enlarging the said burial ground.SEC. for Cass and Butler. If oiz Governor, Grn. Jai. Shields, Illinois ; C.) Reisterdetsounceu
pr vic than Mexico :
majorities Jackson
weeping to an old fashioned I love/fiy country more ; '* Abolitioni a
the party Northern
3. it fvrthn enacted. That vestry honor. of : mot Provisolst, and a
Pritchett Pennsylvania
0 Washington parish shall have power to hold the south does her duty, and stands firm, at I tory. Such is Lewis Cas .-[Sunbeam and while crfd\\\y\ \\ approving the efforts of Secretary, K. Wm. P. of Indiana ; I Here the whigs denounce him, because they
and will Cass will be elected by one Chief Justice, Bryant, i
joy forever any land which it may purchasePossess believe she adminKtration to conduct the war vigor. Pro iso.
Wilrnut
7 for the extension of the Washington parish of Old Hickory'* majorities. The whigs here Rise in Greasr.-It said that so great is the honorably I cannot but con. Associate Justice P. II. Burnett of Oregon ; say ha is opposed to thus -
it doe
close letter
bri ground : Pntd. The whole quantityshal.l calculate largely on the south ; but I cannot the demand in some part of the country, for ously aud of the whigs' Attorney, J. W. R. Bromley, of New York : The Reg'ster says hit Tennessee

D ne acre.anything in any former the tooth will larrifice I be democracy lard to grease Whig throats to swallow Gen. derm/lbe factious opposition the Marshal, Jos. L. Meek, of Oregon ; Collector not go far tnough. The wbi < of the North
act believe ,
l contrary notwithstanding; and tbe said soil laborers that all which has embarrassed government pro. him because he went too far-.Ver.
and his free John Adair of denounce
because he is a Taylor of the Port of Oregon ; ,
'try may. fr time to time sell or otherwise by votin for Taylor, simply jonged the war, and increased its t'iru1cace.I .
Ike, said ;ground (o the purpose ol bnrialStc. slaveholder A more fatal blow to themselves sorts of grease is in active demand.-Philadelphia do wish vote to be placed by the Kentucky. mont Pa'riot,

l.Adb. < it further ".de. That the M.fJSt could netcr strike, end they cannot be Spirit of the Time not my
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wf -: --[FOR THC FLOKlDU.1'f.-- ] Congress- may hare-- passed such a law.- Th. -rial with which to form his web. He could d "fret. younelret-vW sate the country rromMaty' -In the"Honetty Apalachicola.JidvertUer te best Policy.of the*10th inst. g ire his cue7. ,

THE VETO. veto ia then, not extension Executive buta point to no act of old Zac, nr Mf successful Jugglery._ there if an article on General. CASS' Book, entitled. we I ouki not be prospects every where, t J JThe
:? i4 of It is only Generalship, with the best material that ever In distinguished Northern i surprI ,to hea, OltIi
limitation Fillmore
Legislative, we see a France, % King, Cort.&c., which we should log withdrawn, i.
entirely
Sr MEMBER THREE. to ba feared \cfte i i a p\tr. more properly \ent into service, that could raise a claim to statesman, whose public life has ben chandprir like to extract, would our limit* allow, but which rothe election l torn the
be The country is to by prudence, cn.enatilm.and a (.ihul sxjttKoceto -MuscogeeDtni ,.
the power ngress is most to public confdence. prone tha guarantee ttth0 we can tarely rtJP'to at this lime. Tbe editorsays _
Is it true, as .om % assert, that the veto pow. (feared when the power of the President acts look on the part of those resolutioftadofted he Lu read it, and been entertained and instructed National Intclllcenccr and

: : rr is a rf'ltl: ] power, and that none but mnn. in concert, ; not when he disapproves, but when who are brought forward for this noblest and This is an eiBtfrom a by it, and th'at nothing can be gainedby The National Intelligencer contains 1lyn.!!

rj : nrcbUl defend and uphold it T Then the fra. he approves their bills. mot responsible office on earth. But alas at the Whig meeTOg in this city on Saturday Whig. cond..mning think it, and citing it evidence review of the six resolution* atl it''
t 1U
: t men of the Constitution were monarchies, I It I Uhat can the veto dot? Can i declarewar no evidence of civil qualification vras found. last, and is in perfect keeping with the asser its distinguished author. The I.tdeertiter Convention. It* remark on adople first (

.. .. t fur they unanimously adopted il : then Washtngtnn ? Can it impose taxes! i create and the gallant Colonel, after attempting to tiM of Whig orators and journals, but is in also against adds: culiar, and worthy of serious attention rewl-: &.
$ Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe were i I duties to him with WASHINGTON, because he u
banks ? Can on
I- lay high compare Thefiist of these six
i gos the of the facts in We think it to the
all monarchists, for they all upheld it. ,'I enrich a few men at the expense of many ? was born in Virginia, and because lut fought very teeth --as presented. Cause 10 dwell. upon decidedly SJlgni!cuargei injurious, nuu. ,nine! Whig iouudalion and "I_ .bli.hf; :in.titnhn.; Reshe. n." delan frem

::1:1I!?!1.t 1 :.r II was by Washington, at the Can it pass a law prohibiting the people of some battle, or done some great thing on Fillmore's public course while a rnemDer ofl in fact, as arguments against a candidate for got all tbtt they ak for OPon. Welllhne

dance eSfrisdfrs Madison ; and it was :I some of the Slates from carrying their prop. Washington's. birth day, bad to dffijthis sab- Congress. What are the facts T Let us enumerate office. The majority of voter are not philoapher.and under therelore them.,is atirled.demand That groun b.al
They also
jl. viercised by Madison sir limes-one-fourth of erty to Territofies which these same people jC and rest his case. a few of them. He has united with the objections against a candidate, they never Province of New Mexico and the p Ih
ihe whole' number of occasions which it I best blood Then followed Col. MILToN, in one of the measure by a graduated scale. If we are conyiCle ort of CalilorDil :
I on helped to purchase with their ?- the Abolitionists in breaking down the barrier of error in a small matter, we will run government i ito be given ( ;

has I tarn interposed since the establishment No : the veto can do none of this. To do most forcible and overwhelming efQr. to the South had erected to keep tho exciting not being believed whenever we come to mak a be now Territories of the United Slate, u a PrYil"I ,,.;
: :: ->f the Government. harm the veto is as weak a an infant : to pre. which I have ever listened, he uprooted every graver cbarge.u Honesty is the best hereafter trt by Congreseand, f/
t
14 Can it i be l elieved that, at the moment when vent mischief it is a mighty as a giant. The position of his ofpnent literally coveringhim subject of Abolition out of Congress.He .- Handsomely said, bat who would think that the ing of or Mr.ore YAM g oinuAoi.pledKed lluaan. /t has t.Ptt 61t.

,. they had achieved the independence of the power ol the President is o ly to be feared up with the of his own frail bas voted to receive and refer petitions writer of the above paragraph would, in the very sped the Legislative a authority on that anrf.nl'tl

%" I ,ITnited State, renounced kindly jrovernments, when he unites with Congress. structure. He canvassed the whole ground, ling Congress to abolish slavery in the Dis. same paper, be guilty of one of the most shameful questions" which may Ire during *{, .1dI%"

*-*>. fnd convened to establi-h a confederated ce. : Let a majority of Congress do their worst, now commanding, }by the force of his reason tiict of Columbia and in the Territories-an pieces of garbling, from that very tame writer, lin. .

'|F-?..b' ruhJc sage and patriots of the revolution, we are secure so long a we have a President ing, the warm approval friends, and riveted which has d /auclhe columns of any paper during The Intelligencer, it is well known Is the
all
the
declared South
engraft in the Constitution a regal pow. who "knows our rights and dares maintain the attention of his opponents, and then literally act by parties at to be the progress o canvass ? Yet such is the TAYLOR organ in the United

j4et rr, by which one man could tyrannize over I them." We CIR be deprived of our rights convulsing his auditors with the brilliancy ir violation of the guarantees of the Constitu- fact. In the very next article but cne to the above only from the acknowledged i ,

;: the country 7 Can i be believed that the only by the concurrence of the President witha of his wit, the depth of his satiie, and time He has voted to instruct the Committee appears the following extract and comment : but from its p'>ilion at the seat

? Stales would have unanimous1)adopter a Constitution I majority merely I or by the concurrence of the scathing of his ridicule. It was a noble en Teriorie in the House to bring in a bill We are no slaveholder never shal bt;, deprecate the admission a to what Gen.

: ; 1 And two-thirds of Congress.It effort, and before him crumbled, to a great law LEGISLATURE its existence in principle pray fur its do, is calculated to have great i
icpealing a passed by
I hat after a lapse of more than half century t It cannot reasonably be expected that the extent, the tottering fortunes of the old hero, OUR OWN abolition everywhere.'"-Gen. Lewis Can. of the Union. Following this

b1.. .- we should still find that odious feature I unchanged I exercise of l/ie/ veto, any more than the dec!. on whose military fame a prostrate patty is and approved by Gov. CALL, against wouldn't"How take innocent a few!niggcri how devout in the! Wonder of UITUr if he geneer i i. TAYLOR' Allison

-;. ; T Preposterous I sion of a majority in Congress shall in all ca. seeking again to rio into power. Give us (free negroes and mulattoes He has voted -+1deeI t. way I dared that "the will of the

: The propriety of the exercise of the teo, I scs be agreeable to all parties. But is this a such discussion, and tie old republican majority to receive and refer a petition asking Congressto What Gen. CASS did say t the.ld tTl t was afraid thrrugh their representative (

I 4 4 like the propriety of the votes of members ol good cause fur its disuse entirely ? I an im. of Florida is safe. Madison, I think, i is extend the protection the Federal Government to tell ; but i could, like a true whig garble his be respected and carried out by }

I f .. Congress, on any particular occasion, as it is aginary, or even a real, but temporary, inconvenience safe-a mighty reaction is taking place, nn to in o Southern States language, and pervert his meaning in order to d<- that the personal opinions o

fr.', a matter of opinion, cannot be authoritatively sufficient reason for removing one of November will nip the bud promise whici persons ceive and impose upon the honest and unsuspecting.The may happen to occupy the

settled ; but is a point concerning which wise the pillars of the government ; for destroyingat has been 8 tenderly nursed by Whigs, under even though they might be caught STEALING sentence which the Advertitrr has 10 shame- not to control tbe action of

4 ..J and 100 men may honestly differ. once the symmetry and strength of the the no-party colors. OUR SLAVES, or exciting them to murder and fully garbled,reads follows. : I domestic policy." There

:. say that this power may be abused, is whole fabric ? I write in haste, but be assured tbe signs of rebellion! He has voted to give the Abolitionists I We are no slaveholder. We never hate been. allusion of the Intelligencer. i

.:. -..:, only to assert what is true of all power in the I would earnestly call upon those who would promise are encouraging here. the privilege of sending the We never shall be. We deprecate its existence in by that print that Cen. T A
through
I* :' -. hands of fallible man ; and an argument thus act thus, to pause before they take the fatal Respectfully, &c. principle and pray for its abolition everywhere, of Prvidecce will be our

t:4: .- : derived would be equally good against all human step. I would entreat them to ponder the _H __ mails into our rnunfioi u_ nnA_n_ nmnnl nlr I'nan._ tt-WHEKC THIS CAW 1C EfFECTED JUSTLY AND he will not interfere, with the

? ia.' 1 : governments, for all must be administered farewell address of Washington in reference TIlE FLORIDM pie, their hellish and abominable assaults up. PEACEABLY, AND EASILY' FOR BOTH PA.TIE.-" .Legislative authorit of
This is Gen. CAS
and it
i 4: .. :!, whatever be their form, by fallible men. to innovations by indirect means. I would on the institution of slavery and upon slave language, is very different a Government for "the ,
from that
in his
month the
'. -- --- placed by
. -- -- unscrupulous
Hence the of reciprocal checks. their intelligence to their love for --- -- -- -- "
necessity r.ppeal to ; holdersan! which and California. This
I outrage is
was
prohibited editor of the,idver liter. But prej
t ? .: Tbe present enemies of this conservative j the Union ; to all that is dear to them in their LET UI ALONE. even to stop with burners and
in their misdirected zeal the ; social relations! I would :- .-- -= --: --- by our Government, but which prohibition the this quotation is both unfair and unjust. The true Abolitionists
; ; power, spare repulalion j I political and ; point .the individual who
.'. of neither political friends nor foes : I| them to the signs of the times, whch: give Saturday, August 26, 1348. Abolitionists were striving, by the aid of Fillmore sentiments of Mr. CASS cannot be obtained without eculive cliaii," to hold may his

. :' but endeavor alke to convict Va'hingthn. J fearful promonitions that the day is near at =DEMOCRATIC:-= -NOMINATION.-:= Giddings, Klade, and Adams, to have extracting the entire paragraph, a. follows: of the Signal editorial,and

. Iud Adams, and Hamilton and I hand when the whole power of the government ; removed. He has interposed lo shield the .We are no slave-holder. We never have been. in Congress to exclude
1p
; ';.-. Franklin, and Madison, and all the host of pat. will scarcely suffice to protect the minnritr FOR PRFS1DENT OF UNITED We never shall be. We deprecate its existence in ns
I"TI :
from
TiE notorious Giddings the just which have been
indignationand
and for its abolition acquired
'
by
principle where
: tiot statesmen of a age, of monarchical I when the whole of that pray every
J.'j _,___,_,__ purer I : nay power GEN. LEWIS CAS censure of the South for insulting the where this can be effected justly and peaceably, and !11t in common with that cf fur
I be united to oppress, if not to crush, the for both
easily But
; may parties. we would not'carry
i OF MICHIGAN.FOR This is all have
i" IrIClpas. they dpm
.. -,: attempted by producing garbled) es.1 minority. \Vhoare ti minority ? Is it ne. country by introducing resolutions in which tire, and devastation, and murder, and ruin into a ti nal ever

:,. ."'. tracts from speeches or written (oumnh'l cessary to sty to the people of the South you VICE PRESIDENT : "murder and treason (by slaves) vas JUSTIFIED peaceful community,to push on the accomplishment : Illc/gmur-tbe cigan i
", e of the But after the United States tells
the
: : containing sentiments not uttered in rtfprtnce are ? Already the States opposed to one of GEN. WILLIAM O. BUtLER$ objec having visited the three -
I! in terms shocking to al sense laic, order quarters o old continent, we say before and tell the people of the South
.0., : to the provisions of the Constitution as these most vital interests have the control of o the Go -
.1\ your world that hate far
OF KENTUCKY. we seen more,
I and humanity! This is tithe of more it pledged I. the
Ii : !. act tally exist, but mere opinions on some ab. Congress. it wise in you to aid in augmenting frightful misery since we landed in Europe and we respect g
I
! :: : : slract! proposition ; opinions uttered in discussion that power, or to part with the least von GOVERNOR OF FLORIPA : what Fillmore has done, and yet he i is held up have not visited Ireland yet, than we hare ever seen THAT AND ALL OTHER QUESTIONS
.
_I: ', and perhaps afterwards abandoned by the possible means of checking its march 1 No : GEN. WILLIAI BAILlY. by Southern: Whigs as a FAITHFUL adherent i among this class of people in the United Slates. during hit administration
' ., Whatever be said, there i much of the This is
may u a declaration
patriarchal -
I ..r :1.-. very persons who most strenuously urged them. I no If you desire to preserve the politicalark FOR CONGRESS : to the guarantees of th Constitution!! What, relation between the Southern planter and 'he which startling

I a' : Thus the great and venerable names I have that has borne you thus far with safely WILLIAM P. DUVAL in (he name of reason and do theWhigs sla\e. And a to the physical distress which is seen I' may not be lightly ,
. .' :' mentioned and less defend consistency in Europe. from a want of fivwlanH frnm from a source which challenge
many more, scarcely i and glory, you will fearlessly and nobly -- ---- --------- resulinl
.' i.II II I mean ? Is Joshua R. Giddings a a rigorous winter, without i c.;>ll the Whigs of
;! lu&trious are arraigned under a charge of your just rights ; will at least ol.jec to the KOR PRI.VIDLNTIAL: FLKCTOR3: exposure adequate upon
. .- of" in double nse" you GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS hns. faithful adherent," too ? And he acted clothing, we believe i to be so rare, as not to forma about, ere they allow their
, : :;: : inconsistency, paltering a M i selection of a pilot in whose skill and in whose OfS yet just element in the consideration ef this
, ;. 'f t t.t. i : : \ilb the dearest interests of the American. fidelity you have not perfect confidence ; and CHARLES( II. DUPONT, Of (;acr. side by side with Fillmore! They stood But the subject of the emancipation of two millions matter. them into the gulf which yawns

I ,.t.''. ;. : ._ people. I would be an endless and an idle such confidence you cannot put in anyone JOHN MILTON, Of Jacko Count. shoulder to shoulder while in Congress, and and a half of human beings living amonl another We write not as partizans on
t. :;/; to (follow these and and --- -- -- --- population of difFerent race and with dif. 'jue,ion which is above any
,: t ;; : undertaking garblers perventers i who, disregarding your right your safety, -- --- --- the
Whigs last
,, .t'::: .':-'. of historical truth through all their would permit the majority to direct the helm (We are authorized to announc Dr. on Saturday might, with the ferent habits and feelings \is one of the gravest t questions we trust we feel upon it a

r oj, .:::;': d \'ious"inding I shall not, therefore, go I. as they please. F. of Miccasuckic, a a car date same consistency, have put his name in the can afely which lie can left be only submitted to those to socet are to to solve.be // should feel. We would
te-
: r S:: ... back to the dabs before the Constitution was JEFFERSON. to represent Leon County in the Hoie of place of Fillmore, and adopted the resolution Havgfy: affected bv. it ;and there tfo it it left by the{eon candidate to.marow. did we

: :. I fiamed to them- what this and that man said Representatives of the next General Astnbly thus, for the testimony is equally as strong in of the United Statet. IT is A. MATTER believe that they are with the

.Z....- concerning any particular theory.. We want MADISON C. II.1! 19h: Aug. 1818. of the State. the one case as the other. Why, then, we WITH COXCERn.WHICH" THE GENE IL GOVERNMENT HAS NO question. Strong party men as
; to know what was done, by whom it was done, we can and D look beyond the
:t .. and for what purposes. Coon Skinning1. ffjr We hare bten requested to announce RQERTII. ask, are such cold-blooded attempts made to In this extract, the real sentiments of the Democratic party triumph in I

:': .: It has been shown that whatever may have Dear Floridian :-We have had rare sport of.Leon BUTLER county as,a in candidate the House to of represent Represcntatfcs the ople of gull and humbug the people, a to Fillmore's candidate for Ihe Presidency are expressed. election. Every Southern man

:-(. ;.t '. : lieen the differences \.jirsl in the Convention : here to-day, in the way of Coon skinning. the nest Legislature of Florida. true character ? I is uterly impossible for They are such a be holds at the present time, and ,, same way ; and we most

I : in regard to the veto power, it was at last The voters of Madison assembled in large the to shake off the that they are such a no intelligent planter will con brethren, whose interests are
j have been to Whigs charge is
I I' (frjWe requested annnonnceVenGiO. A demn. Yet the unscrupulous demagogues the
: adopted with perfect unanimity. numbers listen the Electoral candidates to our own, to lay aside (
to candidate
.- to : WIIITKICLD a a to an Abolitionist. It is fixed him every
reprfDbe ranks denounce him for
It has been shewn too that the President upon a strongas Whig even entertaining such and look the
:.. people I f Leon in the Senate I deliberately at
discuss the claims of the two party tickets for county jxl proof from Writ and and hold him to abolitionist .
of the Convention was the first, a President Legislature of Florida. Holy they but show opinions up our z a an candidate is placed by their

-. of the United States, who exercised the veto the Presidency- and Vice Pre dencir.- nno. I that their patriotism is weaker than their nttrfn and that. too. anon. the strength of this very. is no safety for the Sooth that
with Mr. .". .._ ,. (0-) We have been to announce JOSKU extract But the (federalist, in their madnessand
Jefferson in TV 7rtr rpqupste poor
,i > attachments .
j
I when slave This
is
: well known.
ad"isintPabintton to and a the I they seek to blind the
Fillmore
c ticket CHAIES a cndidate represent peoplaf people
the opened the discussion._ I bate forget that in thus Gen.
sot
himself when chief county, in the of of condemni"g implicitly to that ,
precednt magistrate Hose Representatives \ thus. We warn the to beware ofa tingle fact
r.tmC flowed trat precedent. He dealt largely in figures, at which he proved next General l Acmbl of Ihe Sate of Florid : which country CAI-, they drag down to a level .Miard Fillmore presented to arouse our fears,
: S party urges upon the people an undisguised their of
himself own great CLAY Kentucky In his
/ .. ha.already been quoted onthis quite D proficient. 54- 40, and the fjcj-:: We have been requested to announce JAM! I Let the Whigs call upon their
I. 'subject! but I T. Aboliiitmist for Vice President of the famous Lexington speech not a tear slice, he uttered .
quote him and question ARCHER as a candidate to : tain from them
wIl again ; Oregon was hobbled over for the represent the peop! over their own
I let it be remarked, quotations are not thousandth time, and the President I of Leon county in the lIni.e of Representatives (, United States Let the people read the fol. the following language on this same subject of distinct, avowal: of their position
.
'. from any remarks made by Madison while the severely the next GcneralAsseinhlyofthe( Slate of Florida lowing of his character as drawn h slavery : tion, and then the whole matter
for -
prtrai
I : : reprimanded yielding to the desire of the --- ----- -- ) "
matter under
.I :: was dis.ussion in Convention, The (the Lincoln, a distinguished I hare EVER regarded slavery as a GREAT ETIL it is, they are supporting them
: .'. .' .. l>ut in a. series of e written country, and compromising on 49. This Democratc Club Whigof -a wno.-sc;, for Ihe prtent,1 fear, an irremediable jhat they while
unrvaled are worthy
! i nd sys I will Meets on evenings at the Massachusetts, and a man who served with WRONG to its unfortunate rietims. I SHOULD REJOICE
:
I. t ,I p 11Jlsbed after Contni perhaps, sound strangely to some, as Thursc3\ Cali.: if not -inele slate breathed the air Whig party, and the National
rose-ur. or
was
him in
.. : kn expressly to c.rinle from tol. Gentlemen of all parties are I Congress and voted his side on ques. within the "
coming a me.mber of a party which ( hJ linilsofour country. ol' the party, tell them

:. '..-..I'I... : people_u'L'favor. of the Constitution that he te .'! rcarv I.---. ",'i"lr; ,"k.'. .Jn'"',< :.__ i_u__ .10_was_ attend and bring Ladies with- them-u Tht_ .":'.tions of slavery, and KOWS .J/iard This is stronger !language e than that used by Mr. gn PLEDGED against us THE"I'

t. -U"l 10 Jrame. i but it IIUIJUo'n ': speakers for the next M. Fillmore : CAl, but does convict Mr. CLAY of being an abo
A
i meeting are
:: answers show
". ; "'a republican the I only to the absence of I "Old
..:. government, legislative thing like LONG and R. B. SMITH, Associated. with Gen. Taylor in the nominations litionist. We reckon not. Andyet whig stumpers
reasonable Esquires.
wuthority necessarily predominates. The remedy any grounds of opposition and have the a brave old soldier on
-- by the Convention journals effrontery charge CAS with I I
-- at
: -
;: .: :: for this -- ( Philadelphia,
I f. r; Krg'relature into incoD'cniency different is to divide the and may look like a zeal which has out. )Tbe attention of our readers is direcle(towel 4 says Mr. L.,) is the name of Mr. Fillmore, being an abolitionist upon evidence with a weaker 'but be has not bravery

': .: !:: derthem, by diflerent modes branches of and to ren. stript the knowledge of a young man. Next written letter on the first t pageof I"is da} *papet|as the candidate for the Vice Presidency. bearing upon the subject than the above! What tl Wilmot Proviso!

:: l different principles of action election, and. the war with Mexico was carped on, just like from A. R ROBINSON, laic the President of th<'Need I recommend him to your confidence does all this prove, then? Why simply this-that letter in answer to a
11 a little connected I the Whig State Convention Illinois. [and ? there they are determined to succeed in CASS,
last
., '. | war with England example it support Jf a man worthy defeating
I .4 with each other their was carped on Hi h elected, he veto the
as by
Ip '. ", ::. and their common functions 1 the federal in 1812. A debt worthy of being followed by all whigs who believe confidence/ in this community, a man o and if they cannot do it by fair men*, they will by \'ouI J
," common dependence on society party of 8100- that the issues of 1911 have foul. Congress pass it :
.; : will admit.: I become obsolete. Il.sympathies are altogether yours in the northern
... I may even be necessary to 000,000 was figured up, and assessed on the they are no longer opposed to democratic measures,'findfree Slates, it is the candidate for the Vice Let the democrats, then, beware of their arts and BATON ROUGE, La
: gvard against dangerous encroachments I I. SIR I have the honor I
," by people of each Congressional district directly, they will receive a hearty. welcomeinto our rank presidency, Milliard Fillmore. I know him tricks.: Put confidence in statements and assertions : to
.. further ceipt of communication of
As the
Fi precautions. of the your
weight
-., .- .- ." I and bJ an easy process of urin it amount.. "eJ. him- tersnnntlv- I tii '"marv- of papers" convicted of error in a small mat I.*. rlnly trt Your, tnnniAA, ,. 1a.
"I I 44 -- -- --- -- -
mat !
I ,; lg3 a't.divided auuioriiy, the vealcncss requires of the i should be i I ed to just $57.50: to each imrsoriin Florida. An Important Fact.-We have ju" been i Congress of the United States with; him.'I ter." Believe them not when they" come to make thnt 1 have laid it down C I
Executive in
placed possession of the fact "' ,
: How important and: know bis fearlcs course. a graver charge. my opini upon prejudge
..f.' may require on the other hand that i should precise, and bow kind, that the same are prepared prove il. if it should be denied,I And also unflinching read the ru. q lli.of polity now at
\ from
the HOD.
; ... h f8iJ. verdant imagination had not at once detailed that after the nomination of Gen. Cass, the following Fillmore and the Taylor Charleston Meeting.We poliital pali.of the country,
.f' (veto) the Florida Charles Hudson, another distinguished Whig I1ud luld not U.were 1
dsoluc ?n IcgisJalire
negative an excise man to the delegates-being
..,.Ip levy contribution. It ecedinglyanxiol notice that some of the Whig papers in this idency of the United States;
appears, at first view, to be the natural to sustain the from Massachusetts
\ .". defence with; which the i would certainly have added (to the impressive.nessof nominalln-ardrusc a letter : State are quoting extensively from the resolution! of presented in your letter, I
Executive magistrate to Gen. Cass, reason for from this
Opinion of Mr. Charles Hudson departing
: pta construe- the Charleston
| the TaylQr meeting in favor of old ZAC
S. should be and
armed. But perhaps it would be argument, given weight to tion his Xicliolson With my profound
.., neither the upon letter for which some Jl particular friend of Millard Hllmorc on the for President, but they don't extract a single line in ly sentiments towards
altogether cafe :I figures but me
nor alone we spared the Southern Cass
Abolition
I tufcient \'ere visitation men contend, and him aj the Whig candidate for .
.' .' On requested pintplt. reference to the Vice Prpsidency.That'l the reason i pleased to express,! remaiD,sir,
ordinary occasions it for the Vice
might not the The inform them
present. whole argument fell t if that instruction teas th Presidency. of this ? We will tell the people. The Charles. : your obedient servant

;a .. .- I ,'iltbe occasions requisite firmness ; and on extraordinary sti.bor and no one appeared seriously er one. He replied by enclosing po.I' Another consideration has weight in my ton meeting repudiated Millar Fillmore! They Mr. B. M. McCOJEY.
it might be abused Nicholson luind. The Northern Slates have
perfidiously alarmed. lta-cmarknl that -Jut-- hart nntt>. a maiorilv could not support a man for Vice President of the The Florida Sentinel,
ing more to t : the House of but the" ;
B Representatives
ay upon subject ? What will Se
United States who has to thus far
These Gen. Dirroxr followed proven himself, by his votes upon d so, ha
profovnd views of in one of the the eis
one deeply read most Southern men to this 1" it divided ; there being fifteen freed
Cal equally
a in tint human character well calm, say and conduct, an abolitionist! The whig press donor this letter, but it can denounce
and
a as in the sci philosophic dignified arguments, The above is copied into States. If the line
Xtntintt fen
from the
enceof tie loud tell their readers this when they quote the resolutions -
government, led Mr. Madison to ad. that it had the to week an enemy to the
II' vocale the ever been my good luck to listento. I Eufala Shield, and if accompanied by certain re. t draU 0 question of slave etnsW of the Oh, no-they don't want 8
veto.power a it found in th Con The General mark of the editor,which lead md the Senate should divide meeting. teeth of his repudiation of the
spake became us to infer that the
o
stitution. Mark what be a a patriot the to know any such unpleasant truth ; but i if Ihe
says. An absou'eneogative and assertions in the extract are believed lies, the casting vote must be given by the ViceIrcsident. own at the North, on
statesman.
might neither be He scattered the cob web by our neigh THE .A1.-n York Tiibune, a Wilmot Proviso paper, say party
alo ethf sfe, bor but it VIEWS FILLMORE
nor alone sufficient." And why? Because, superstructure placed in his path by Mr. CALLat and;the gives us pleasure to inform the Sentinel AlE WELL KNOWN ON THIS or SUBJECT.1r. HE that Fillmore never did or said any thing to which nounce Cal t being too

.' if the President could defeat a bill against the a breath ; placed the administration country that there is no truth in the story ANORTIIERN I the South can reasonable object," they will paradethe but this whig editor don't
told tbe MAN IN
THE HIGHEST
by We
.' right, give it the AND BEST
: unanimous vote of Shitd. most unqualified brazen assertion in flaming capital in their columns -
Congress, he might on extraordinary and then proceeded to the denial and call the 8CN8E OF TERM." his party here are kept in the
I occasions, abuse investigate opinions upon Sentinel, u a reader of TiE and tell their reader that he i is perfectly reliable .

a .. While, on the other hand, on ordinary power.- and claims (,fthe tn o rival tickets ; and never sheer justice, to publish our denial. We have seen tt the people, then, beware of such a man, to the South This is the way the whig ject Read the following (

% .., ions the President might not Luc: firmness occa- I -never-have I listened to reasoning more the report of Mr. L. O'R. URANCI and J dge Mc. party whose candidate ho is pies is trying to gull the people, and palm ofl! ed Northern Whig, and see

4. enough t8 oppose all Congress ; and thus mis. cogent, more impressive or startling. His intelligent tions.GcIlEE, neither of which make any such declara Tbe Oregon upon them .1 abolitionist, under certificates from the two candidates for the

I t chiefmight be effected for want of check auditory On the contrary, it is expressly sid (hat be- DU. paper which would think it unreasonable in the free States :
._ .L_. some eat breathless- and---- sni lL ro Ihl nn"i"nfn., a1.. ..., D.u. __ The Whizs of the South are endeavorinir to make
w Inal I "'. bound -r-u- "' UI r.N.VAl LA South to object to having their negroes stolen under Caleb B. Smith, a
4 :.' Now the-enemies; of this conservative a they listened to the words of truth CAM and WOODBCRT were addressed with questions a great TUM because Mr. I'OLK signed the Oregon our very noses Fro bee of Congressfroa

.. .. ". not only insist: that it may bo that it has power been and soberness falling from the lips of a man upon the subject ef slavery, and that Gen. CASS returned bill. DC they not remember that they were grumbling I, ..is a A'urthern Wiigt?

[ -. abutrd, but they even allege-that it has been who Lad risen infinitely above the mere par. a copy of bis Nicholson Letter for answer. not l hog since because he interested himself in \\liat Does it Mean 1-We cut the follow ettention of ,tlaeery into any

: *'. > usurped. What a power <*pre Jy tlelega. tisan, nod was seeking to vindicate the rights He had no private, hitched up opinions to a(Tret hispro'pectsbeore procuring aid to the people of Yucatan against the ing adverisement from the New Orlean Del. possessor \, we may

r :.... ,. ted by the people to one of agents, to of the South, and ward off the torch the Convention! He had publishcd Indians while our own people o Oregon were ta. It seems almost incredible that rpnhoJding prefer General the Cast.election This of restriction General
.' *' protect against l of the to the ttwrld hit letter, and like an honest man, threatened by tbe Inial. and he would not give offices under Government could cool. must be made
fanatic by
twser agents, of the North which Congress.
,; ( an power uthc.vftJir statement was making ready lie declined to .lurnish/or theoccaiion opinions net them either aid o a government' They denouncedhim ly perpetrate such an inhuman proscription : pledged liut/ the South
\b.tlle
'.'j!. of the proposition exposes its very absurdity. to consume the great heritage of our fathers. before publicly avowed. Gen CAl wau* NOT ap. about the neglected condition of Oregon ; and "About 115 men, out of 140, tt work at the lempt t ffstrict extension

'I .-,: '. Usurpation is illegal seizure of The It was a noble anrurnent. becoming the occa. proached by our delegates O after the nomination" now they denounce him because he has signed a bill n0r-o- .L--.were diachar.er because they would- flies power of Con re! I
.. ---- to make such restrictions
and Ihe -Ge : : any ;
Shield fh.efth
.-' -'!- t J'resuient c"no usurp wbat he pwer. possesses lion, and characteristic of the man. Sirs, I .no proof to substantiate its foul giving them a government for their protection. vote for Taylor. Twenty a. he should be elected,he would "

"' and rightfully possesses. Neither; can hazard nothing in saying that charge. We liare conversed with Judge McGtHtc, Why? BecaiMe the Wilmot Proviso clause was in bove men were picked out by one Ross. Congress might pass to eject this

.tt -: he usurp aa'Furpower by one which is many persons and seen letters from the other delegates, and we it. But did not every Southern Whig vote for a bill u JOHN W.TSO" ." General Taylor baa Vledge !
strictly pre e.t hesitated, who had declared in KNOW there not word of not week before which cision of this
f' s- '- "'ga& Usurpation roust be effected by ac- giddy a truth in this election one wu to establish the Wil Spare your sympathy. The Delta of the following ol the, Government question, and tl he will
lion not itaetio And enthusiasm for Old Zttc." 'u called eering btory. Every: paper which has published the mot Proviso over Oregon ? Certainly they did.-
',. here Jet it be reoi. a L day,positively contradict the statement of at. of that departmen by the
.:...:.- marked that the veto is nothing more than the and that this splendid effort will prove as (ale,ought in justice expose its fal.iy by copying They voted, like the Democrats, for the Missouri son. Tbe workmen were dismissed because the work\ veto power. T

,: a ; power to refuse his (the Preident's) assent to bread scattered on the waters, to be gather this article. Compromise,which alo"e the exclusion of slavery on which they were employed Politic Taylor with the pledges lt A
'j bill This above Ike line of 360 3u'( and M known that wufnWf. try u leave to CKe"ful
.a passed Congress. is ed hence." i wel had nothing to do with the what
f in connexion with the power no many day. Many thanks (to the Dou't Alarm Yours elvtl. Orrrnn ia above thif lin__*_.. ._..._ o, .; ...;_M:_.. : the ettention of -(
: delegated --- n
.
v
t : specification .. did the Whig City Council do when the gallant election of General Taylor
generous spirit who has commanded the The alarmed Whigs are brawling out, most lustily, the bill said that he wi
to"that
;, : ', I of Bntut.C powers and duties, but in that I by 1 wu willing to adhere WILLIAM 0. BUTLER arrived in New Orleans from of tbe representatives of
.i! : article of the Constitution which defines the I force of bis character, the depth of his patriotism that i every body don't go for TATLO and J'i.1 Compromise,and said,too, if any bill were presented Mexico?-an old soldier was, who had constitutional power to exclude
I J the Me the election will go into the House, where to him establishing the Wilmot a h she from Ihe Territories which I
r. "l power of Congrest. It legislative ; an purity of bis motives, the admiration Poi.o below that hi blood in defence o/ that very city? They refuted "
VAX BUR State
4l p"'er EN may by bit jugglery, defeat he _ _
South line it. _
would
veto This
is .
it to enable and th all the South asks-
t. as of
designed, *s fa goes respect friend and opponent.Col. and be made President. Don't be &honor him with a public reception Politic,
r 1; :.. ident(o protect his own rights, and the people's SPENCER followed in uneasy,gentlementhe r is just wbat the whole South, Whigs and Demo we think, bad something to do with that matter! OrTle Whig papers
Democrats
a will the
t -re..;'. rights ; and U keep Jim free from the necet- pretty speech, nave country ill that trouble crats,voted for only a few days before. Why then, more is not a Northern man
", dittioguihhed by his usual and in the triumphant election of CAl and BUTLER. should Mr. be blamed hut Mr. Charles
courtesy for
.t'E5=5 lily enforcing may consider an un- gen. POLl standing in the same Gen. Taylor1 Prospects.-If we were not principles ;
I 1 1 constitutional or unwise Jaw, (fn ,loIAlon.of manly! bearing. He made the very best of a Remember that HEJI T CLAY lold you he wu the position ? No body expect or desire to carry slares conscientiously opposed to betting on election and divers others in

;''k ': hit conscIentIous scruples under (be solemnity( bad CAM, &lawyers say But it \&apparent only Whig that could b elected, and it has been de. to Oregon, and it is enough that he will veto the or any thinig else, we would, at this hour,-b tell us without contradiction (
4 termined the
,. ;:,' d an oath, merely, ecai a bare majority of.. to all that his fertile genius lacked mat to make old Hy flat-fooled Democracy of the Union Pro'i when it i ii applied to Territory South of (be willing to wagr a trifle that General Taylor ter, that "he is t NOaEL"
a prophet tot in his ,
once .
; / ll Harry lift! S Compromise Hoc. That ht wHJ; do. will notjjel Elctorote of(wo State ia HIGHEST ASD BRITfSB o


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ELECTIONS. if I journ or remain temporarily with lOCh slaves I i in both bouse* will support the election of Gen.Taylor.CAarleston I of the 2th instant, of bearing (also ,.infl BEWARE OF IMPOSITION.The Fire Inanrance

KOTH CAROLINA.-The Whig Governor in the same, and the slaves are not thereby Mn 16t wit.. his mere ostertiont are no more regarded than greater the value of any discovery,the higher I By the jEtna Insurance CompanyOF
ipso facto emancipated and the General it is held in the esteem of the public, and so moth I
about 300 Both HousesOf ; More Letters for Buncombe. idle wind. .
lected by majority. Government is bound the in proportion is that public liable to be imposed upon HARTFORD,
of constitutionally to pro. .1, aGen. TATLOK bad the { .of designing CONECU.
tied. Under by spurious ignorant
aspect finety-four days
the Legislature any the nl Company conttnoes, her at
tect right of slaveholders to their slave si Agency
Cheating Going On and di'bonest men, who,like the drone in the hive, T

the result, the democracy have achieved a property in nonslaveholdmg States ; and all moa unequivocally plege himself not to ac. HORACX GBCELEY, perhaps one of the ablest have neither the ability nor inclination to think or the Company Talahal.or last promptness thirty and i is utabtlity a sueievst of ,.

port glorious' ictory. The New York Tn- laws of nonslaveholding States in conflict with cept the nomination of any party, and just Whig editors in the United States, the provide for themselves the thrive and luxuriate upon guarantee of her sonndnrM. She years.has stood the test '41'

fSfytne: thus comments upon i itCarolina. the laws Congress, providing for uch pro. eleven days after he had "cordially" accept.ed I.that Gen. concealment say earniDg.f dearyinJ. attending the of ofl the great are in New York and other parts ot i'.
of his "f
tection Taylor's opine IUCCtS States. and her .t
"nrtl .-The result in this State are null and void. the nomination of the Party he" Wntir's Dalnm of Wild Cherry in diseases ol .Unitf 1 arranges_...._ __ bn.iM__ .5/
ni D. n. _.. f.. p.n P.:"i." .n.. : i. I .-L---- '
ions that be and '. .. I.. .
cheated
"JU'
somebody is "U9'' t.
hasefected.
the it
On the argues langs.and singular cure*
'd ra\t'n battle, which is a Taylor defeat. question, "shall the rules be BUS. I wrote the following-i characteristic letter to t many of her Agents to take over a certain amount of risk in i".1
it
a have attracted the attention physic'ans.
Not that the State will rote for Cass in X.. pended r' the vote stood leas 113, nays 96- I Mr. GEO. LIFPABD, Philadelphia : that be (the lid Greeley,) does not care to natutally. .well I the whole fraternity of many o.wtcks of anyone block, and avoiding all town both entrrrl'* .

for w'e it will not ; but it FiUmore .. be rooked amongst tvindlerg thedupes" and caused unprincipled counterfeit and imitator wo.
umber, presume Giddings, and Slade voting NO BAT ROCCE.L*..July 24,184S. th D are settled promptly agreeably to the > t
wjy do nothing toward inducin other States This is all fine but the o Dar Sir: Yoor l letter of the 5th instant;asking to palm of spurious mixturl. of similar name and ,.. declarations in the policy. We are thankful for the 1 L1
on same Some called
very very of the centime Balaam are
for Taylor. Whether it has elected of mt line or two in regard to my position a a appearance past patronage, and beg our friend to whenever *: It
I to Manly vole or Reid. with a Whig or Locofocotnajonty day that he had Toted against suspending the candidate for the Presidency,has been duly received From (he Claltdo Mercury, .fug. 19. ." Compound Syrup of Wild Syrup Cherry of Wild and Cherry Tar ".Cherry.Wild! Syrup Cherry, they Mi,h insurance, and we will tl.cal on tfV-i

rules In reply I have 10 that lam not a candidate THE PBESIDENTS PROTECT favorable terms as any Companr ol equal standing. i* ..3J
in the Legislature! the result is a 'c. to receive Wisi's resolutions, his/r;>nd sy. party Comfrey" and su other conponnd-; in which
and if elected shall not be the President ft! drY R. :. ;
, yell' rebuke to' the blind guides and false and compatriot,the notorious SLADE,of Ver. a part}.. but the President ot thewnole people. We publish the President's Message on re- they attach a long of puff But of such At FORT'f AzeM. J.r!.

prophets who urged the nomination Taylor mont, moved the suspension of the rules for 'I am,dear sir, with high respect and reprd, timing with 'his signature to the House of! SAM nostrums OP wt"WILD know CHFRRV nothing. alone It is WIS.-R'S! performs HAL-the Tallahassee, Ancost H'. 1545.Tn MnufAclor. r.4 I i!1'i i

I calculated' to sweep the entire South. It your most obedient servant, Z. TAL0 Representative-" bill for the cstahlshmentof Let them not deceive t'
M the purpose of introducing the following E ., Philadelphia, Pa. Territorial cures YOu. Notice. ;
rill evidently do no such thing. North Car. pre. George Lippard .q a Government in Oregon. None genuine unless signed I. BUTTS, o the

clmaii a steady Whip State, good in any emergency amble and resolution. Mark its insulting and Now, we should just like to know the date; is, we believe, the second message oflhe sort wrapper TiE coparlnffbiJ' heretofore existing l Hn.n ,1 1
For sale H BARNARD Jr. Druggist, Tallahisiee subscribers wa dijclv bv mutual rnitertnll.e2'nh ,
since the oftbe Government-President by
and has character oftbat letter ABBOTT LA"'CEXCE hohas origin
to 8,000 it
for now
. 3,000 ; outrageous : says '
D. LADD.! Newport and by I July lait Mr. Isaac N. Drake is duly I 1
Drusgists :
\.. _,rcn little or nothing-perhaps less than noth. Whereas, there exists, and is carried on in his breeches pocket from Gen. T A YLOX in Tyler having set the only precedent for this ally throuhoullht Cnile*?rate. !gene- authorized to close the busier of the f rm. .4,

*Sir,this not the entertainment to \\which between the in the District of Coum.: shoulche approval of a bill with a protestando. Un. --- --- -- -- -. J. W. SHKRWOOD. 1 I
i.g. ports which the General tells him that, -- ---
der the I. N. :
circumstances it
,
was
invite." bia and other of the United States and Icarceh- Jt DR.\KF.
ve were ports be elected President, he appoint his Cib- expected that the President should refuse hit Atachent. .\ .
under the sanction of the laws thereof a tradein wi 11 Juttief't Leon County. 3. IS43.
inet from the soundest WHIGS in the to the bill and after" the Courlf"t/t:2d trtof TAI.lanfc.ugt
bDI.L A.The election was only for the human beings, whereby thousands of them counl-y. signature ; certainly, utus R ) ___ .. .

legislature. In thirty counties, the democra are annually sold and transported from said Can the Sentinel inform us 1 stormy discussions, threatening Bti worse vs. > Debt $5 71. Florida Exchange. : .:
storms for the 'future that markrnl '
District to distant of the in progress, I 1. Whiting ) n'HE subscriber will continue the business of th. 4.
parts vessels
jgaui5OLT 2C since 1644, when there : country And still another! he could well the occasion defendant and others tnter.trd .
not are-
by J. ,
belonging to citizens oftbe United States very pass TiE al 6 mal l I the old stand, where he will at aU timesbe }
v.-1 a majority of 7 for the whig! The ic- ; Old ZAC will soon surpass CLAY in th to indicate his opinions, and try to exert the notibed of th commencement of thi happy loses tbe old friend, of the hi>a..r and lr>. ,
and whereas such trade involves by attachment, returnable
an suit to Court
a .
outrage. JUltiCr'.
toT]' deci5i'e-we Lave swept the State. I ous violation human rights, is a disgrace to number of his leters. Here is another from influence lays great of stress his high on the pos Missouri lion. The Compromise President, berA.D.lSlS.Given to be held at Tallahassee. on the 13th day of Novem pleu plit cl gpn.raly.ad Itte Persons their indebted account'at o the an etilv firm dav.will. .. (

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the country by whose laws it is sanctioned: his : ISAAC N. DRAK11Sentinel :
pen
of renewed again in the case and under my hand and seal, this 23d day of ;
lLuNoIs.--Anotherclean sweep whig. and calls (or the immediate interposition of BATOH Roucr. La .July 18-. orfell sa.V August. A. I). 1 US. August. .5. 1549.. 3 copy; ::
that if
gcry.; Our majority is overwhelming' in the J legislative authority' for it" suppression : There. My Dear ClonrlYour kind letter of the 13th m very plain terms ,portion of this EDWARD. M WEST [L*.] Groceries. h
the south that line he
nit has been dot received In reply to your inquiries territory were Io ,
Justice of the Peace.
fore to the end that all obstacle to the consid.
the banner State in 44 ,
State. Illinois was I have to inform you that I have no land on should inbrpose the veto ; and further, that 2 I. 1S4 5. 6 Cm O S. KNIGHT continues to receive bvevrrv TPSO. .
tod it mw good (or 20,000 for Cass and Butlet. eration of this subject" may be removed, and the Ro Grande ; nor have I sent $1.000. or any while hesa President, no bill excluding slavery AU'1 tel from New Orleans LARGE SUPPLIES OF
a speedy remedy for the evil provided- sum. to the District ol Cnlambil. to purchase ; Notice.A FLOUR, \COX. AND GROCEIF' He make ,
"Tii8 prairies" trc on firen! *. Resolved, That so much of the fifth of the slaves and I trust that if I had such a sum in my fronthe region South of 30 30 can receive itthe.interetot every ulin aee hint U -
bisipprovat.' The and PFLICTION will be made to the next General fore they with their ';
possession, I could it to a Setter use than buying justice importance part money. (
put :
resolutions on the subject" slavery, passed; by !
of Honda for of
IOWA.-Siraigbt and firm In the democrat.ic lands on the Rio Grande, OR LA\E IN WASHINGTON to jp" peace and harmony of the UnionifCompiwnising Assembly an act Jn'rnfi.nto Auinnt 5. 1S. 3 .,
this House on the llth :and 12th of the pres. authorize a company to construct a

column Shepherd" and Leffler demo. ent month, as relates the removal of slaves me by. Among my the many I should accusations he much brought gratified against to I I the Slave opponents w 11 much earnestness. The tone and to the *?t. River, eligible! the
craU, are elected to Congress, and a large from Slate to State,' and prohibits the actionof learn that they had succeeded in substantiating the 1ay's, or sonic point on States.
sentiment .4 nianlir the St. John Kner
are highly 1:
that I have in my possession, so large a sum message patriot IFi
this House memorial charge
democratic gain in the Legislature, which secures on every petition, for the one above mentionedI ic and commendable.Frowie August J ID. 1349. 3m
resolution embracingthe any purpose a 03The News, Jacksonville,and Herald t. Au- .
proposition or paper, ,
!
us two new U. S. Senators. The TVi- beg that will not put yourself to any (mu- ---- ,
yo
tin will the above three month "I
,
came, be, and hereby, is, rescinded. bla to meet the objections urged against me. bv Georgia Ttlrgraph.lug.. 22. ( publish an

time thus wails over the ft"suIt- But now mark the vote of the Whig can. I those opposed to me, if thearr a* groundless a.the | Irish Rebellion !end their accounts to this ofct. .

Iowa.-There has been a deFperate It one in question for "ben the) fee fit thus to disre-
rug.
didate for Vice President of the United Statesto ARIVAL OF A. State of Florida. -
gle for the Legislature of this State : and we gaid the obligations of truth, il is uelrs to contend TiE CA:1BI.re

the have lost it. The Tele- : suspend the rules as moved' by Slade, with then retired on Sunday evening from our
presume whigs .With mvbe!t wi!Ties for your health and !ucce<'. attentive" :orre pondents of the Courier office i i
,raph says Lee and :Moines counties are Lo. yeas 50-nays 147-FiLLMonE: Giddings, I remain, sir, very rCipectfu'ly. jour ohedifnt "crtant the dispatch.CIHELFSTOS: .

cofoco, and without these we do not sec how Adams, Tom Cormn, and Slade voting YEA Z T \\ followpg -

there can be a Whig Legislature. Lee we Here's .Col A. M. Mitchell, Cincinnati,Ohio. Aug. 20th 1Slt. I 'N puri.ano ol law, I, JAMES K POLK. re.i.t :; I I3
conserca'ire for
A real
carried two years since b,)' a coalition with a a you simon That's well put together, and was intended The duflccted distrcts: in DuMm' have be. i dent of the United Stale of America do hereby,

iplit-ofTfrom the other side, nick-named Positions pure conservative Whig, who always to help him along in that region of the Union come qui, Outbreak at Palin ar. Insur. declare held at the and undermentioned makeknossntfiat Land public Orhce sale in*the Mill b t -3

,' and it was urged that the nomination votes with the Abolitionists, and never with the where, in the language of Millard Fillmore, gents firs' on constable, they rttreatec to o f LOR1DA. at the j periods hereinafter designated' t

Taylor would be acceptable to the Pos. South He is a very proper man for the houses, frd from win'Jowl anJ kill'd great to wit:
the people believe slavery to be improper, At the land offwe at NEWSANSVI LLE. )
and the and the numbers O'Brien and commen-
urns, secure us Legislature South to in ( the aid andcomfort" Meagher reported PROCLAMATION BV
Senators. The calculation has failed. support. return or and should not be tolerated." Old ZAC is fled TiE GO"ERXOr.J (inc on Monday. the ninth day of October nest. 'Irtrtiednposal t
U. S. he her ; enemies reprts contradictory. IT KNOWN to al the people of this State of the public lands situated within the r
gave tlaie-tlealiitg learning fast. In a short time he will prove On rceipt of the Irish news console rose B that in pursuance,cf the Acts of the General ndermentioncd townships and purl of townships.sit. Vt
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MISSOURI.-We don't know that we could while .in Congress.. Stand. up to him, then. himself the most adroit politician in the coun. from Sf( tn 3G$. Various skirmishes had Assembly approved Cth JanlarJ.I n. and 4th De- ;
I c.-mher. 1*.I ls Chapters an election will South f the bate line and East the
tell the better than by quoting from lOU who tell the people he ever stood taken pice between; the government' troops of principaluiendian
story any : try. I he held at the several precincts within the Mate, on .
the paper abon"I I der to shoulder with the South !" ShOUI.1 and thensurgents. Government' troops al. "uo
to him, jou who say that General CASS I c E\erj vote fur Casg i: appaenty to all irtents ways vtorious. The insurgents had fled to I three Liector of Piesident and Vice President of the I tbe Sunannee river.except( Setirl one,eleven and
Masouri. ,
ofajug as u. and purposes a vote for Juren. It .a ,'nlt to the motail; defeat total and complete.- United States twelve) and Iheracton township ten, ra"i of
ml. Tajlorizmg wins us nothing there.- always toted with the South on questions of defeat an election by the people-to throw it into BusinesduJ. Cotton stead}-sales! of the Given under my hand and the great seal of the aid river,(except <7rusiz,!evcneighteennine- J

Perhaps one Whig may bare slipped into slavery, cannot be trusted by us, and then in the House where Van ButeuV jossrlitiij may be too week 3DOO bales. Wheat' advanced 2s [SEAL J S'ate. at the Capitol in Tallahassee, this teen, twenty and t thirty-one)of range fourteen J
,per
Congress, but we don't see where.! : powerful for a Southern rnajority.-&ntinel, ..lug' J7th day of August lss"WM r ractiondl.township Ihirry-iix,of range lunt"n.Tuwnships .
the same breath, urge Millard Fillmorc, a 22 hushe. Corn receded 2s per quarter. Rice I). MOTLEY.y twentythree and twenty-lour. and ,1-:

: ro'SMCTED ABOLITIOMST, upon us as a per. The above is from I the" last Sttild. The whole : the Governor : Governor pf JlorJa. frctiona townships Uirl'.vnp, thirttiz., lhirf,. .
hErrcT.-The Whigs, as usual, have : Lamiino of all suspicion.- A. r MATWELL, 1t.t'D. thirty-eight and thirty.Binr, range eigl.een. .. I !
carried the State, electing Crittenden Covercor fectly reliable man .' .' Oh, Whiggery, Whig. article is intended very probably, to keep Wltigs France suet." acquitted .Secretary Slate. o '

I '-how art thou fallen from abandoning TAILOR and FILL ORE, arid going August 19, I"t'J : TowBsnips twenty-three and tneofy-ionr, (rae.tional .
by a smaller majority than Clay got in gerj (for CAS and HVTLER 1 tries to make them be FronWashington we learn that General township thirty-one, tov nhipi thirty-six .. J

1844. When the gallant Butler is voted for I Later from Central Taylor. : ,a ilievt that Y AN ULREN stands some chance of defeating Shieldas, declined the appointment; of Govcrnor Fire and Marine Insurance thirt1- ven. thirty-eisht and fractional toss nabjis' r .: .
: BY THE thirty.niDP. of range nineteen I
in opposition to Fillmore, another story will : Gen TAYLOR has been heard from aain. and he I an election by the peope, and in that event,
be told. seem to he going back to lui first love. But it scenu. I he migfit be made President The Sentinel uses York rolult ers fo('ass.-Some Protection Insurance Company of Sections,) thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-sii, I his.ty.seven t > "

i strange that he bbould suffer himself to write such a this argument to keep his own ranks from breakingbut of thhig papers having reported that the Of New J.ercy wtntv thirty.eight and thirty-nine, of range '.

In conclusion, we rejoice to say to the de. letter as the following, after all that has taken pl..cc it woc't do. We tell the \\hms who are op- hrat ew York volunteers were all for Ta)'. AT SOMERVILLE, Townships thirty, thirty-one and thirly-lwo. cf .:.
since be ha been spoken of as a candidate for the for abolitionist for Vice CAPITAL Chartered Kebrua.- y;
tnocracy-the skies are bright Our pros. pocedto voting an : Prcidtnt. lor"ie. of them gives the following statement SSOJ.O'JO. ISiS.5lachinery rn e twenty-one.

Presidency Hi* ttirrender to the Whig Convention, they need have no feats for Van Bw en He stands of thr political sentiments to the I'ennsjlva- "" -. .. _... --' I.;r&"SltWrYfffliyMOut| ,Yh Yinre twntv-two. r '
pects were never more encouraging, for a which he swallowed all his : Th i* r. and At the land office at ST commcnmgon \
by previous pledges set. no more chance: than a certain four-looted animal nian Fotones. property gen. AGGUSI1"F. Iii

glorious triumph in November The people lIed the matter and though he should now ,write ten minus a tail in fly-time S come out-eome out. OFFICERS. PRIVATES. eraly lUldlg., I city and country. Monday,the Ixle-enb lands !obr next, \
hr the disposal of "lthl.be! nn-
are thoroughly aroused, and unless some un. I letters a day until the election is over,declaring himself We are satisfied (here are many good and true men Cass. Talor. Cass. Taj lor.ConanyA DIRECTORS .,,.r..tinn.townhiO publc parts of: town titr>s.viz '

pected accident befalls us, we shall as surely I an independent candidate, it would be labor among our opponent( who, though they would vote 2 2 37 13 William Thompson Edward pj son. N York :South of the bate line: ;d'Eaj the principal I..

lost. No sane man looks upon him in that light.- fur Tavlor with a reliable man for the second office, S B 3 1 46 4 Peter L. Strker, Matthew Rud.dlle. mendinn .
the election that the rolls roundon .
carry as day I eighteen, nineteen and and)
He is the candidate of the Whig patty, and the can. are unwilling to sacrifice themselves by ,voting for 5 C 2 2 33 11 James Ta'lor, J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn. Townships twenty
which it is to take place This is our firm I David Sanderson G. F. Power fractional township twenty-one of range twenty1ractional -
didate no one elte Every independent organization -I Fillmore Taylor may do, but Millard Fillmore 6 D 1 : 41 9 J. eight. j"
William Bowne ,
,#belief from the lights before us. has been dissolved and TAYLOR now relies up- certainly) will not Then do not let the bug-a-bos E 2 2 3: 13Gfl. WM THOMPSON, Pt rn. township nineteen and township twenty! "

on Whigs to elect him. There is no use to try to ol the Sentinel keep you from coring out like hon F 2 2 40 10 3. II VOORHEES, Secretary o f range twenfj-nine. ..

One day's work Millard Fillmore.The humbug:;; tie people any more. The lung is too est men on the side of jour country. Remember : 1 3 39 11 Township twenty.four, and fractional township i
( the of thirty.
are authorized to state to cua- wenty-fi'e range
Whigs bold their candidate for Vice plain-too palpable. After TAYLOR had gone into what Gen. Leslie Comb, mid at Buffclo .- I\ I 1 2 33 13 THE Agents this Company that they recognize Tuwnhip tyenty.t..o and twenty-fourand (n, i if

the Whig Convention and consented to alule ttt decision I have travelled through ten States of he Union 4 0 49 1 the Court o the different States of the I men. twenty-five(except Section t welve,
.
President up as a conservative -as one not even before the ink had got; dry in which heh.id ail it the Whig do not arouse tbfeuselvea, LEWIS \ K 4 0 49 2I (where they have agents) in case of diterence.an thirteen, twenty-four and t twenty-five) of range f i

ftcti nal in his feelings or tiews. If this be solemnly pledged himself the very reverse! he CAS u the NEXt PRESIDENT." I that their Agents are instructed to conrom hirty-one

true how do for the remarkable "I We have great respect for Gen Coomls' opinion, 18 (05 89 u+agesof other responsible Companies in toe settlement I Townshpu fwcnly.one.tscenty.tw'tsceflty.thirel'. C.. ;.
they account : considered a. having committed himself to Whig t 2 and twenty-four.and fractional township twenty-five I ; 1
loi
notwithstanding the lie he told in Philadelphia of "es I '.
i fat that, during some ten years of service in firtunes-to live or die- jnk .r rwm with them ; great : IS 89 The tub I about Gen. Cas' being the hero of Hull's surrender for Tallahai-we and its icmif .. Township nineteen, Sections one, t".f. three,
1M
and if acy one will take the trouble to read Pillmori' the above Company 4 4It 4t
Congress, he was ever (bund siding with the ; but he is a Whig. and a we are talking to 316 mj. LEWIS A U: Sections ten to fifteen inclusive. Sections twerlv- (
I letter ot f ncceptaace it will be seen that he maj. & .
North in every attempt to insult the South andI I \\higs now, we expect them to belie,e him. You -August 12. 1 J.13 4 I one to twenty-seven inclusive, an Sections. thirtyone I::t
there speaks of TAYLOR M the Whig candidateas I I thirty-five thirly- ix in Iraclonal
I despoil her of her How .. need not back witb the that the in Wiseonnn.-Tie I I thirty-lour !
do stay expectation Strong
I property they a firm and consistent Uhtgn-Irating; no dou Cal In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of t town.bip twenty; township twent-on.township -

account for this A nuai who acts this way. in the mind of aiv one as to the light in kith T.-I Whigs cull arouse themselves arid thus jeopardisethe LegJature Wiscoi.sm, now in session at Florida in and for the County of Wakulla. Iw !-. ofS members, of which and twenly-five,) '
; eentwcnty-fuor
election of and HITLER That is Mad composed
rig Term, .1. J) Js4S. thirty-I an lImes.
\ impo siLle. Old ZAC has had his dav. All there i. 63 afc 22 Whig Upon a trial wenty-fiveand twenty-sixof manes Lii4r 1
He is radical-lie is ultra-as party. We have no doubt the General now 8ethe rats made Leopold Greenberg Charles Green Sections three, (our, five Section nine to fifteen t
error he has committed-but it is too late-he can- about him to excite enthusiasm is his military strtgth on the Presidency, recently bt1 henry Greenberg.and Adulp ,I Assempsit inclusive, Sections twePty-lwoto twentreven inclusive
much so as Ciddingt or Slade, and is just as not his 1\ fame and the Whigs cannot forget that he acquiredthat they tood a fi>1Iow s : Kline merchants and partners I dmages and Sections thirty-four. thirty-tve and
retrace teps If he has made a bad bargain .
; worthy of being trusted as either of those, and he stick the in a war which they have drnour.ced al"damn. For Gen. Cass, G4- in trade.using the name,style and SIO) hirty-six in township twenty two, an town!hip ;
must closer
to it. lie has voluntarily firm of L. &. H. Greenberg Co. Attachment
& Seetiant one to x )
3 t no more. But we will test the boasted con- suffered himself to be surrounded by a motley : able and unholy ," and as for Fillmore, vtu mightas Gen. Tajlor, 20 rs for 4 6t :Zi. of wenty-lhree thirty-four(except incuie. t

t. tertatum of Fillmore by an introduction of crew," and the fault is all his own. lie should hate well throw up jour caps for Culdingt, for theyare Martin Van Huren, 1 : William S. Carpenter Fractional range to'tn.hip hvnty.twolle fcur casters I t
l both in the the The shows that Gen. Cas has more than defendant and all other persons intMMte in SUe
1 samecategory-enemits to South tiers ol I Section townahuiplseuty.five.and )
that the
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"facts from the record and then ask the seen Whig party only caught bold of his THE i
l i there is no chance for whiggery. Come oaf, the pity strength in the Legislature(", and is a take notice r>f the institution ( lien one to four indlli'e, Sections nine Io fifteen
f Sentinel, as the organ of the Whigs of Florida, shirts: because they thought:; his nnhtatj fame was S then and We elect fir idication of the sentiments of the whole bv attachment,and that they are required to appear inclusive, and Sections twenty-two to twenty-seven if
-one can our candidateswithout in this ao
filed cause
enough to drag him and them into power. 1h# easy al. and plead to the declaration inclusive, in township twecfy'-six, of thirt
I to point out for the benefit of its readers the would like State The Barnburner faction effect to claim range ) !
fr facility with which they abandoned every issue jour aid, but we to have the cording to law. five !

conservative features of the votes Fillmorei ought to have opened his f' 'e-slo the game they were thing a unanimously done as possible! Come this Stfr, withstanding thi boast.*strong evidence JIEc Attorney T. for ARCHER.Plaintitrs. Fractional township* nineteen and twenfr.of. tang. I

i the call and he allowed himself to be along then-don't let one wait for anotherbutcome to theeontmry. An empty tin thirtv-ix.
give on occasions to which we alieni playing; as entrapped August 12, 1S43 At"the land office at TALLAHARSFE.
in tens, twenties, and hundreds Just There is moonshine even' in human .mmen
i tion. after fair warning, he must endure the defeat which read 0:7 cin on Monday, the twenty-third day cf October
\ this from the New York the first paper in life here is moonshine in the human heart.It Horse for Sale. the of tn'e land situated
is in reserve with true Whig patience. for that he I Jfin.o. ; next, flo disposal public
:0a Thursday, December 13, 1838, two the Union to hoist TAILOR'S nameand hesitate no coves sweetly after a disturbed and stormy that rides well and is within the underentjo townships and parts -
will be defeated we most conscientiously biliete; JNE: wr1 an 0
votes were taken ill the House en questions of longer ;- day. Jt il a reconciliation between light ( !) le any kind of haiuess. to"nhip. : =
and we think it pretty evident from TAYLOR'S letter silent sadness _._. _._He offered low-price only f-'jO. late fine, and East of principal 1t t
We clear twilight, a is suh th !
TheopalhyofThe Il7itg made-a
ilarerr, and. as Mr. Fillmore voted on both that he is quite of the same opinion. $ begin to fear and JS43. 4 J. R. FORTUNE. meridian. ;
12,
that the nomination olGen. Fijlor by the J'Madefpfua of the a sorrow-but likewise August
sluiber
I occasions, we have a good opportunity to test From the Charleston EreningXews. jjug 16. Convention will d. him more harm than a feelings fell The two eastern tiers of Sections in township L.f.
sweet
solace then calm tears as and Contractors. the east half of township three and townshipfour
a ; Builders two.
To
the tru'h of Whig assertions. The first vote .. Laterftorn General Taylor.-Extract: of a letter food. The Whigs of, in. thi city at least, are settling the d bw to burning plains. But oftentimes it will be received bv the (except the eastern tier of Section*.) of rng. r f.!! I
from Gcneral Taylor to a friend in this city :- down into a state Inacl"ty. trusting to invariable PROPOSAL .
*uoa suspending the rules to allow Mr. WISE 1 never had any aspirations for the Presidency, good fortune o Zark and to the divisions is lag before this tranquility, this heavenly SEALKD on Buildings, at the Courthouse three Sections twelve t
Virginia the among the Democrat for success into the heart. in this city, until Monday_the 21st_ instant. at Township two (except one to inclusive jr I
to offer certain resolutions. We'UOte nor hare I now,fart her than wishes of my friendsare bean descends and Sections eighteen, nineteen, : <
/ scents at if the hig mil not was Ic unless 11 for new rooting the Court House fitting stnte-rn.
concerned in the matter nor would I hue it J
on .
from pages: 73, 74, 75 : 1 any ether terms than I stated when the subject was i, at stake, and passage of the law against money bet OBITUARY.Depirted up o'cok. Room, buildme a front and back Portico thirty township and three thirty-one,and fractional) Sections township MX and seven( i kp i ii ii i

Mr Wise moved that the rules in relation i first agitated which is, that my acceptance must be ting.has" greatly diminished their interest in th election. this life on Sunday niornins. the 20th and enclosing the be Court seen House by any Suare., appli.Plans Sections three, four, five nd six.) of rangy fv(eCfp i
to the without pledges!!: or being trammelled in any way, so I and spcfcatinn" may three and and fractional
order in Lon County Townships four ,
f kumes Le suspended! to en. .. inatint. at his r idenCp CHARLE township t
that I could be the President of the whole \ation Ofu. .
months jive of fne.
*wehmto C.ASS, Esq .aged; 73 11 range
yen. lal.Mr. .
introduce the resolu.kesolved 12. f
IIOUI following and not of a Party. a' The firvt Whig Gun.-The eWtion of a Ash was born in Charleston, S C. on August Sentinel 15.and' Journal copj tt. Town ip five, of range lix. ;
: the of'1"'e" 55-:
nomination Philadelphia J.
"I haveaccepted \
member of the of f
Tax and five Commi Moners of a Baptist Township nine range Iwehf.
( THAT Convention as well as the nomination of many CoJ'ctor &plerbr.I7le"3. He left twelve, fourteen. ,-
CONCBESS HAS jfo POWElL eight years a Seetiniu one, eleven, tbrrrfn.
for the' .
Roads (, County of Mobile For New
assemblies in various section .
TO gotten up ol inclusive, .
AKOUsH ELAACKY DISTRICT primary wife and two children (son atid daughter) to mourn York Section 1..entT.lhre to twenty-seven .
COLtasia IX THE OF th' Union. in some instances, irrespective of party : came of on Monday last, and resulted in their loss Mr. Ash emigrated to Florid in 1123. Sections thiy-rour. thiily-fire and thir"i1. ** .

I OR IS THE TERRITORIES OF THE and would have accepted the nomination of the Baltimore the triumphant success of the whig ticket, bj.a :,- Mercury and Courier Charleston please cop>'. anr in township an eight an nine,' "
t ntTD STATES, helhrr tuck power in said Convection, had it been tendered the tame strict Oak, 11. 6 ran thirteen. ;
Dilb.d or Tcmloriet be exercised at a meant termi I sin now fully, i if not fairly before the party 'ote.-Licf Aug. Died inlhis city on \Vfdnea! ). Ifth instant Tb Ie fraction of township seven "ihatf west

a titl t view d country as a candidate for the Chief Magistracy; and "A rare wag," is that Whig Live Oak CARITTE ANN.onU daughter ellV. and C. P. the Su"'anne river, of range (uurlf.n. o
cf! furbing and o rlhrow.cae il it ,should be my good or bad fortune to be elected, ISowen aged 3 >ru.::months and r da>s. REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS .between Lands by for the of school.,
TiE n Wf
He at small favors.' arrropriatt
alarery ill the States or not. I trust my course will be such for the mot part as man rejoices vry But .Thou art gooe to the grate. but t we w ill not deplore York and bt M rk. and Newport' wil military or purposes, will be excloded from

,Rsolved, That Congress has no power to regards the management of our national affairs, as hearken to OUR GUNS : thee commence running; al. the opening of the fall trade the Fatf'J. J

l ef:1\!: the slave trade or prohibit the remoy.al will meet the appiobation of mv fellow-citizens NORTH CAROLINA! Whose God v all>v ran.-Hk'lu' guardian and guide, and continue throughout the entire year, via: The ofleiing'of> the abore' Tnentiom l lJ will be ,

or clue I between the States between Should they fail to do so, they ..ill. I flatter myself, He gave this, he t nell tb,I'jr".br swill restore Ihe Brig WARCALLA, Josseljn I Master, on the days appointed, proceed in
commeflf
tbe @ or have the charity to attribute my errors to the head ILLINOIS !INDIANA And death has rto.tin[. I ttf the JU ior las died OCILLA, Trim do. which they ae.adnrti.t.with.1 convenient .
th .a.t." aid the Distwcl of Columbia and and not to the htart. c LUCY. Huemer, do. di!parth. until .been
terzitsrjes of the United State .. Very respectfully, your friend, IOWA !MISSOURI' -- Notice. 44 SUN EE. Clark do. (new,) offered, and the les thus But no sale ..1.

ielO 'ed, That Congress canaot receive o Z. TAYLOR." These good old State have spoken in thunder 44 WACISSA.. Perry, do. (new) be kept open longer tan cot.wfb, and n pr .
.,<* 2der This i. seitabledocumeut. II hay all 1 old ZAC'S persons having cl llml gnn. the estate ol( These Brig built in the most substantial manner vats of any of ( will be admitted until
a entry II lntl.
petition for the of and has fled from their ALL
exercise whiggery commanded
P any tones, L:iitg. late of Ik'nton County,deceased expressly for tLis trade and are by after after the t'pirtio ff tbf two vvrtk

*LJnbteieroicrlhe subject of slavery fa.marl. and no mistake borders, leating but a wreck behind are. CPfUrltr to present. u', _them_ii L duly authenticated.t. .11 I*.&, careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pas Given under mv hand at the City r! Washington thU
CongreM, does not possess. --- --- within the lmp prescrio- oy law.ormej win U sagest lh lowest ne. Agents third day of. .Anno Domini one thousand eight
$olred Settled.The I and all indebted to said estate are ANDERSON & CO.. .
The Question debarred
That persons and
the laws of alone editor of the Marianna is ; .
Congress ft3"The Whig New York. 'rnlre fOIY.tlgh. .1
t to make immediate pavment to 10 Beaver street
ers15 correspobdent of the Charleston requested
Washington
'ad prescribing and regulating the mode growing furious. In his last paper he boldly C T. JUNK1NS. JOHN DENHAM.KcNAUGHT tht Prrdet POLK .
-a"Wr j In which fugitive i slaves shall! be Courier having very recently stated that a majority JOHN II.: ALLFN,5AdmikBenton } &ORMOND.Newport.. RICHARD M YOUNG, J.-ME E 1.

5PPtheudod,and their rights to freedom tried, of the South Carolina delegation in Congress were tbrowlo all restraint, and absolutely goes 1 Coun\yS. F., August 26, lt>49. 2rt 2m Cammutioner if the General Land Office.

a0Lltaveholding States District of Coti for TAYLOR for President, in opposition to Gen it blind. No law, human or divine, seems to New-sort. Aosust 12. ISiS.. 4 -
taken
\ a &lid Territories, and the mode and C....the Chariest on Mercury of the 16th, contradicts restrain him. lie even goes so far in his Estray Up 1 Notice. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.
Der i. Mondav,21 instant, sorrel t mae :tedca Every person tied to the nelU of -
tnt
: which' they sball! be restored or the report in the following unequivocal manner madness as to call General CASS an abolition- 0N :blaze (.c ,and one white hind ; H. O. WiRY M. 3. 1.. CALL, N. DTRS. to tnv ef I the lands wrthm tbe'oweships and mpli.

: fc their owners in the alare State i .' Soutk Carohn Delegmhon.-The Washington ist A rare wag"is that Whig pedagogue _ foot about ten or twelve years old. The WIRT &CALL have ansociale Iht"mSln'in I township above enumerated,is required to estabh.kdie
tQ :Jed, That Congress has no power to correspondent of the Courier stat... aj if from his owner i* requested to come forward, prove property: \J the practice of Medicine Surgery, itc., and : sane to the satisfaction of lbs R pster and Re

5. UJ P OD any State the abolition of ala. own knowlegt that our Delegation in Conge is But why don't he give the evidence o which pay and lake her away : offer their services to the public r i"f of the pv*prr Land O & sad t pstvaarIherefor
.'7'lthln ( favorable the upt. J. R. EOBINSON.Tallahaisec Office Store,Morrticrilo. Florida. t a practicable after
hilimits or mot pa eetoa. he founds so a charge ? He mutt not over Drug *seen &t wb1bi.
condition of
loto this u a admi. I Taylor. We presume that he has i in thin. grave August 2fl, lS4. ft 4t $2 .V August S. 1S4S. > 3 ly t ice. and before tha day appointed for .-
L.o"ed Unj0 I to make airue representation ;but hl'ltareme-nt. to forge that/row Aim the country will hereafter rnent of the public sale of the lands embracing the

V That Hw citizens of the aUrehoUP111 be correct. must b referred back los time when require the production of testimony when Six Hundred Dollar Divans. tr.c claimed otb.fwise such claim will b fedrtf.RICHARD

(8t&tts Union have the constitution. Gen Taylor position, and Ibat of his party, were j Io purchase immediately, Sue Hun- pair of Mahogany Divans fo ale hv M. .

tk1 olu"UriIJ to take their slaves to, or widely different from what they are bat now.from the We state. bu makes a charge against Gen. CASS.- WANTED, in Specie ONE BIRCHETt & L1NDENBER6EK. Cnmosiuioner of t General L C'cr.iu'y .
high
-'P ; a not from conjecture nr hearsay Having already been convicted in this paper 'hll 1513 5 S S. KNIGhT July 15,1513 S ) .
sUteholdieg State, and to so.I eat authority, that on* only, o the entire delegation I "u;






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-- -- -- and Shoe Making.THEuncersignedhning 3i ':* ;-\ NOTICE HUE following,winch we extract horn the Cam- Newport Springs, Florida. AXItDM)1T$ TO TUE Attachment

.t : :.. a MEDICAL 1 dem Journal is from the Rer. E. L .' ', of Constitution of (the State of Florida. purchased they Ai Justice Court for ttt 2.1 D tHtt of Let

.9m'W : : WILSON and VAN WYC} ()aLe Kershaw Dutnct. S. C.Farmingloo. ] of LCAESfb Justas R. Fortune( e"'lIIy.

: .' DH3 ,' in the Franklin Medical Colleee of )h ubaDistrirt, S. C., ala' %f Rciircup, who is shoot leaving the Stale, Agent, ;

1 'j > :: Philadelphia.!' hive I f rmed a co-r> rtnrtihip for (Ihe May L9, 18-16. } Proposed and agreed lo by the third General P respectfully informs his friends and the R. II. whn' ; Debt tfwa.

f&iM ,, :: :. practice,of MEDICINE and SURGERY and fortheINSTRUCTION I have used in my family Dr. Hull's Fever and Assembly ; subj&to the action of the n"xt public mat he is at present at the old stand where liE dt'end.mland,all ethers

"t.;.' a 0' MEOC.SD&NT: Ague 'ills, and also Dr. SI'encer'"f'Jl'tabl.. Pills rpIVR WAKULLA HOTEL, haying undergone exJ General Assembly. he ill prepared to execute all work in his line wilhpromptnE' I the commencement cf this are suit hereby returnTbl., .rf

.-, li. ,. Patients (rom : bl wcl accommlt. for the last two years and have no hesitation in pronouncing tensive impro"err. ntll. is now open for the reception and despatch He has on hand the finestof Justice Court to be held at Tlllaa.,, !. '
: reasonable I'rmt. II. 1. medicines. off ikins. and all sotfs of material-, and will o th
.t' : r 11. and on 101 them to be most excellent family of gueti,under the superintem.ence of Mrs AN ACT to amend the Uth Clause of the 5th Article day ol October nest, and to and the
"i I .\ .,. : Private BoarJinK t1oieofthecity.and ( receive nd It an act of justice to the worthy proprietorsof MADDEN whose experience and well known qualities of the Constitution of this State so that the makf at vort notice, and in the best manner GEV. same appear plead Ie a.

\ t J f '; ; Clom tl.e Sriber, rich M-dicaland Surgical at- these invaluable Pill. I will state, for the infer- all a hostess w arrants the promise that no expenser Courtshall h.dd their offices Tr.EMEN'SIlOOTS: \NDSHOESof every description Given under hand and
l my seal
Judges of the Ci-cuit this
,
1 1..1. ten ion ai their cases ma' require matron and satisfaction of all concerned, that my attention will be withheld I that would add to the( iUl'call of during Boot f Tooled soledand otherwise repaired in gust, A. D l>ls. 2d dy of A _

f '' ., ..' A h-nit dnumVrol$ O.'fICI( : SUDE"TS "i wife prior to nor marriage had been more or less comfoit and pleasure of visitor. for a terra of eight years good style andat reasonable char- lie will warrant EDWARD

'\ :4 '.. t. r b receive. who wiLt I be4upptiei O\I. Plai.. the subject (.f Chill and Fcvtrt tor about eighteen These Springs are situated on the f.Mjrk-i River Rood behavior Senate and uw.tt hiS work to be eijiiil' to any done in .the place M. WEST [S .tL]
., Jleitenittedbuthe Justice
**J. '., -. A n tomic.t. all other PrIaratione-it( ( regu. montln. having tried 1 various" remedies without *ucce five miles above its junction with the Wu1jz, and of SECTiON n.pretentatuct I. of the State. of Florida ill (;rn. anllo I give as good satisfaction ,as to fittimj as any AeuguistSlQf3 I 3 of the Sinliilc Feac.
\ ,.' Urlv examined in the of their studies acc much reduced flesh. A lwda other workman _
; 1 .' progiess "*, and was very in about eighteen miles South of 1'allanassee' in the 12th Clause of -
*V'v .,rdiuj to the pursued in the( larze Northern after mn", she commenced with Spen- to the constantsea oat .Issfinbly convened That the JOHN LFRCII.M .
'. male \< our iage midst of a healthy pine region. open Ihe 5lh Article of the Constitution of this State be Circnit Coort of Ihr siddlc
R? bs lau-ht to compound and dispense crr't Pill, aidin a day or t\\'o afterward, with Huirt tireere from the Gulf rendering it a residence, yS. 1M7. 12 II fircui lr
riti.-wi viz That the Florida
at in
amended to read follows : and for the
so as as
and will be iniiructed in the minor used about half box of each the result Conntjcf icon.
jJ : *lli,< Pill ; she a ; during (the sultry summer mouths, truly delightful expiration of the terra of office of t the Judgesof -
'* .' 'r.y ditf diitiei of the Surgeon-Ulcedmg. Cuptir. was, a nAPIC.'LCORK. She regiincd her health A substantial bridge has been thrown over East liner the Circuit Courts present, with the exception heremaft NEW GOODS. TO SPRING TERM. A. D. 1S43.

U: ..I. ., ... nlld.sin.. &c. keno '..' and strength -erv rapidly and_has bad_ noicturnof bringing the liarht-houso and sea shore within an ... m..ntinn..1.. ,_. tK. TiKtiroa._ rt.. tie. Sunrpme.. Court. L*ot>old Greenbere.berf Charles Cr.--- -.-,-.-.\.
.v" "v - -- ----
l>- ''n1 O,nee in anymtw'3n CM.nU !, Chilli and Fcrermice. I believe these medicinesto hours uJe on horseback or in carriages, whue convenience and the Jiu ol' the Circuit Courts.shall be "HUE s"bilcoribers'ollid call the itfention of the ?Henry Gre nhcrL'and. Adolp

; ". ...*:,. ; a -rcaler variety of new and facilities approved foriVconnrsinn be hUUlIl'sl3ncl safe; and when usi, d as tpeetfuaHydtrecttd for sea bathing. will! be (found at all times for i term of ULS eight years :and shall holJ their -----.1' JL puMic! to the choice and extensive aC Jorlml'ntof Kline, merchants and copartner AUUlCpait d ;

.>'. t..me.tk-1, or present more practical are attended with satisfactory re-ults The bathing establishment connected with the Hotel for hat term unless sooner removed under GOODS, now rf'Cci"inl-t per Brig Wakulla and in I trade nsmz the namf',II)It and I $mlI'I(1fJ.'

>'<\;i : .. he E. L. IRAZF.R. has hem thoroughly repaired, and improvements visiins made in th<" Constitution for the removal of Einrlme Their stock' has Inert selected,with (Ire. firm of L. & II, Greer.beig & Co., Atllthlllflli
it
IbiI mav
; 1. ;. with ratment.( pro. made t tint and slo'\'er baths be furnihed establishments ,.
; no plunge can Jiuls) by address or imlctrhrnl'lIl| ; and for wilful! from the most fashionable in New C COI 1:6:
l rto state that a< *o< :: a< poiblr, an Infirrrarv, The follow testimony from an mil'icntial Plan- at all ( of the free of chatJte.to elhrr William .
; 1 -" and Snrzical Pa- ing hours day netrUct of duty' or other reisonible cause, which York ; and. having been purchased at rtduced prices, S. Carpentcr. J
; for the reception of both Medical tor in Was'ungton Count, we take from the Macon with the acknowledged! intrinsic value and miraculous furnish their
when will have. the. s'!al not oesiitlicieiit ground for impeachment the they ar" enabled to customers at prices THE; d..f..hd3nt.and all other prisons infernf 'S
: ti.its will be opened slldllf 1 Telegraph : effect of the water in particular cases, present G rvrnprhall rrrnove ol them on the address proportionately low. Their fake notice e( the irititution cf ibi/ J
anv
\l, .' -.porurtty! practically *tu liiiig disrns. Washington County, Ga, Januarj 5, 1S1 17. the invalid and eitin if Iti-ure set
'\ attractions to net of tAO-thrdsof the General Assembly Proridrd.llOftJrt'l' by attachment and t that they are r nir, '
: .. 'Talljluwee, July 'IIh)< l 1'lM. Dr. Cah i'l K. Hull! -Dear Sir-It has been a'>oul $urpas ed in (the -ut'iern S'atr-J Those in pursuit lint (tlu shall! l he tat.d at PIS AD Y MADS LQ7J-HNQ] and plead lo the disration Ckd 'in thl4 io appear
cause or rau-et
: J. T. J. WIT.SON. M P.CC.VANVVCK.M three I comm-ncrd using f'tnrtnd.Igue ft the best of mafcriaN and manuif.ue.tuired tau* **'
'f: I t sears since your .>f pleasure alone can alwavi find boat for f shins l*>ntli; in such address a'l I entered on the, journals of 13 being torditis to law
I DJMV and .inii-Fcrer Pills, on my plantation I under the of Mr S-tillman al!
Waknlla Sjriun
partif or t' excursions tI.lll !; and the aJi llonio prurf'd./url/r.. That the directly eve J.\ IFS
cainet ARCIILR.
( : 22 1 <;-n .. have had a l ijov Attorney
: ----' ) 'a'I"I' dial I be rot tiliid i to t the Jtid!;e 110 int 'nd>*d for P1sjyyi',.
Notice.LLpeM'nshavinc and some few of 1'illious Fever, and in no instance chase seek cv'rcis
4 '.:. ... claims against .tie estate of'' of either form of Fe-vcr have I failed to effect of Billiards, or the healthful dmce) In a wnr.l, minis own dd.'nrt', befoie anv vote fur 1I1'C'h i removal I made Among Ihe articles comprising their ---
S ,. A a cure when direction were lollowi-d and they were truing possi'de will b? done to make I he Springsan !
. the late Dr Isaac D Newton, deceased.1 Lon I taken at the commencement of the diselll I have every slall pas : and! in such cases the vote shall betaken F.1LLWD H'LVTEJi .STOC'A' ,
.. re-juested lo pr*'ent theji to the under- agreeable resort t Iv eas and nivs and 1 entered on the Journals of each I
are '
; r Caunty had succe in Pills, than with ,_. __. may be found the following:
\ .' within the time I'rpscril.d by greater using your June 10. IMS 17 ". A a..__.....I.
.i-Administrator, used in I Elk French Cloth Frock and Dress Coats Bla.k
,
ether medicine I have ever family --
p '" '1 tA, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery any! my I Src 2. He it.::.iilTfnflrlrl.That !he Jud-es first .. ..
Invis Green
Merchants Brown and Castor
1 1I '.' : there is no diubt that when used according to directions To Country Beaver Sicks.Sass .
an.1 I all T'OS indebted (lo said estate are appointed tinder I tin aimrd-d Constitutionshall he .
; Gotha Mist and
t will died a tpiedy and radical cure. Tweeds fancy col'd. Cassnner dPellots >
: i' ;' y i nested to make immediate payment. '"PIlC Tin Manufactory has now, and is C'onshl1flyl divided bv lot into four chsse The first class shall and Blanket Overcoat- JAMES TUCKER r.\Tr
: YOJTS, with respect, &c., Heavy Pil"t l Z.
SMITH.Julv JL adding. to its =stock a complete asoitmet of
\TUICK hold Ins or their olliee or olliecfor( the turn of two tine
and Beaver Cloth
EMANUEL BROWN. Overcoats and Cloak of Blk ; ,indersiened avails
15. 1 ISIS 52 2-n Administrator Tin of all drsenplions It hall aJ.Kd ,now ma- years, the secoid for (the tirmof four I.'au.the third Till himself ci| fhj ei
and and Blue Cloths Pantaloons Black Fie.ich
The above valuaVe! im-dicmes, fresh gen ot Cashimcr the
fie/-
thai
: woik, dune betttl' public He
which the than
chincrv bv is ever .'.
: f the six the fourth for the new Steamf
r term of term ot
--I\IOlasses and LEWISlff''C )ears, Elk Ribbed do Plaid Check
f. Sugar. uine.arefirIet'y before in this plice fancy i. Striped GLASGOW u now performing her regular .
-r \R11ELS EXCELLENT }lluLVSSES Jutyl.I IMS. 50' Tallahassee, t'laDr7Spencer's eight years do ; also Tweed S.1tin'ttantlJl.'an do. "kc: VESTSof the Susssnnee River between trips,.
the
all Colnmtu
There is a Pedlcr travelling 'U from Manama and C
: [Passed the! Senate b Ihe Constitutional majority, >djr
:' 1'J 15 dlDrown -\ut.tr, -- -- -- -- to the Suvvanuec Riser: to supplyilie Merchants December .22, lsI7. }Passed the House of Representatives Black and }Farcv Satins, Striped and! Plaid Silk, Kty<. This boat is strongly built of the be.t a.
; ale low l the Vegetable Pills Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias Plaid Silk (crisis arid !
For Ioy packai- I
... who can always rely on our wton going by the Constitutional majority, January C, vropelled bv two rnnnes. aid capit 't vf
.
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4 Erf & LINDENBERGER. AND Marurka, .c. &.C.I bur
BIRCH
drcd
through the section above Po tuned and plirrinlt the IMS I carrying one ton burtlcn, or 4Cj( balesef!

) ...' .t1..... .It... IC4M. _'0 .. c.l_ Tonic and Rc>, foialive Bitlcrs. Tin Any order sent by nail will be pmnntlv, attended I April] I', IsJS "0 rm I Thpy have alto an extensive assortment of Cloths' cotton, with suitable accemmodalions tci fort >.

Far the Purification of the Blood and Restoring to: anlldt'liverl'dat once to the lrd3n; ".- I Pas-mnpM and Vestin?. un'flannfjrturi"! ro*>*ixfintr scngers, (.1 light draft, requiring bat !event taictk*
: : Crystaline Candles. the fiotn all .'fortid Sfcrittons of the in pa't if: OlIrnior French Blark and Wool DVP vs water. Ihtrrhv ciiablin her
r, Sytvtn We sate! that our prices are always (the nine, with U. S. MAIL LINE ; to pci'i rm her
Inai
AS SPERM: (or sale at 20 cents per pound (,'fandt, Mm and Liyr Morbid humors and out the least variation < i Cloths, do English do do. do., E'1Jrhh Blue and! regularly at all seasons cf the year between Iclnm

:' :""f GOOD' I the b,' I'tliuted :tat oj the System, Sc.rniIC We have on hind the following aitiele4s. well* _-__-. ; 'P'Y!r. :.". -. :4. Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black; Beater and bus and Cedar Keys,leaving Columbus every TlES-

'1 f. '. .' BIRCftETF, & L1NDENBERGHR. >i: Tills aid Bitters have be<'n steutilyin- every thing kept in our line : : \ Castor do, French Black Ca,simer!, do. Ribbed dodo DAY m. rune at 7 o'clock, A. M and Cedar
: IS. ISIS' 5i J. in in all cla cs-are not now ;"ii.CJ -- 4o. ., Fancv Plaid :and Striped do of the latest t and! I every FRIDAY Keys
r July ; (popularity among 1 urnares, such! is every family need; Coukinz '- 'IJ f j' ,. I II.'ann' mornm- Should luffcient gauss.
e t. I White Beaver Hats. among those ol doubtliil efficacy or experimental Cloves of the most appro\ed kind in use Air TmhtSt. T most t fashionablestyle** ; VESTING4 of mack and age I te extended, or the interests of sLipj ers

character, but can be relied as composition .. for Chinibers. Pailois. Ofli J"k Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and WoollenVelvets her to i-erttirui luro tnrn week itwu*
quality and most fashionable il l)vie, just re upon \ or <$ ; CV HnRoasters per the rrcprietori,
.. .,, BEST by founded upon correct therapeutic principle, and Double Rod Iron Pumps; Ice (tam Frceers From Tallahassee to Macon. C. ..I confided in safe, and efficient Medicineswhertvira Velvet Plush, &c. &c. change,or add another
CiRCHETT & LINDHNBERGKR.Julv as pleasant / &c., & new boat lo the line,of likt
Tonic .'lpn'itnt is needed and wherea <* | nrouz'i in Jortif-tuft lour fit, ,, Ta'lahaisee! to ALSO AN ASSORTMENT: OF to the
,' or June :. I IMS t .1'! capacity one now employed. As
53 soon at
II 1RJS
: __ __ __ ..Marim and to Chttrltntanin t/ireedayi pr clicable -
.. .. Purgative simple| Cathartic alone u nccdel I. the I 1st!and Caps(Montcrey),Bro. and Bleach Cotton this boat will extend her trilt| up the SuVTinnee -
Notice.SIX in tune; to tote Ifir MmI'aalt
., afom' stand unrivalled Havana Syrups on river to the
Pill* Linen and Cotton Shirts, l'nder-.hiiN, Upper Springs, and aso op tbt
months after date, the undersigned vill pre- They will positively cure, and hare in thousands ,1ml Prttrreei at cOst to eloc the tile,. Jortn t/rj'mata; lay Blk Ital. Silk Cravat, 'Silks soil Merino do. Wilhlacofcbie river.

,. .... their accounts and vouchers to the Honorable of cases. Dyspepsia Jaundue. Liver Couidan; DOZEN Orange, RJSJ,berry,and Or.e lower p JL plir tao w:1I: leave' 1 r.ual.astt-e! en Mondivs Fancy S.slill dw ;Lan bWorl and Angola, The undersigned vv tild further state that tit and

". .: .. JuJge of Probate of Benton Countv and appl!) Eruptions of the Sl..in. Sallow Complexion General .J Svrup, W..llm..h-5., and. i In-hays alI o'clock A. M I Rich Fancy Stir and Und. imloi.! eithets, proprietors of this* boat. Lave availed them-

.. .. for letters of dumission as Administrator and Ad- Debility Lcss Appetite. Suppressed Prespiration 4 d.>7. lluani Pre'enos in JJrI and .rri\ in M.icon. (cia (i"III'y.Ilinuirlt'.l".w.Ion. : : 1 lain do cDrfs, Brown Cotton and Co'tonJfi.nv selves el the 1r05 ii"ns cf an act entitled. An art Is

ivnKtratrix of the estate of William Boy, late of & & As an excellent eradicator of mercury I la'idsome Grass Hammock AI'I"! Alban:, .\mnru-i and Perry,) on Tue-id.iy
.' ad C.>unt.'. deceased. i fi vm Ill 'y!tcm these Pills and Bittersari uneperdtrs, nee river, an 1 for ether purpo e-) therein mentioned,

... : ;. A. & A. CLXRK I The indications requiring! Spencer's! Pills and_ 1 I'll-. June 1, I''h.If'; At the Tin 1hnrdctnry.Ice I \Inn.for,.the tV..I"ears...for,!"."vivannah.. "'lfl Jo'ri.1v.; r.t'a'inIaCtlfi.t I .-.i-I- 0111. Closes, /M: tint and Cotton Half- enacted at the last session of the I-pmsIatnr. at it..
Administrator and Administratrix ler, and vvbtn they snoul be taken witluut cela! } asn : ; ) Ho-e State of Honda ; that they have recruits ergspnz.j
; I I :: i-i ; :c'; ,
i A'.z'-ta.flflflfl Co.. 1a., July I I. lil <. '*.c'r."< preventive of the formation of acute disease. aie Ice Ice I M atid JirnuiiZ Idlliha m Tuesdays.: Thursdi I I their company lursuantto the rocisirn4 ci said
act.
.-.- -_ -when the tongue is furred! ; when the mine ishi : SlIhrrihl'f" willd,.liver I ICE at the:? Hcu-e \", and <.iturdavial lo ft'cll"k, P. M This line Paf:'rt L-alhcr Shoes, l"1I'. rclIH. Momy Belts, under the name and style ef the Florida State fit.
.: '. Notice. I I Tin .", To'cl nlornin, I ronn('" with the Central Rail! Rtud.Savannah Sh'JtJ.r, Braces, A-c &.c. rnal -
;hlv colored ; when thde is pain in the stomach to 'ickevirj :, at cents feo Improvement one! Steuti Navirjaiion

A N APPLiCATION will be trad' al the nextwssion and bowels; when there are nervous irritations, tail'at (the Ire House, or ") (t'I:N? per II). utr>'., n.Pcr'lnn" .- : utI, MiIl! ...Ue\il'e'! and We-ttrn Rail Road to Cu-I CLARK & STILLMXN The Co-ipany will. soon complete t their armzemeDi Cinpai -
," of the General Aetnbl! of Uoridj for ItmSuGa. It :,!I..u connects with' the Octobers?. IS 17. Jt .
when there are pains ill the back and head ; when living in the surroind:! vihlag. will lit'\ 'I..ill.ine. tf I whieh du notice will te given, for ptrchasinj

.. a chart of incorporation of the Stockholder ol' the skin is hot, dry or yellow ; when the appetiteis furnished Ire at the Ice House for :J.J i itj Per flNn. iuncv .to Chattihoochie, a-id thence to Apahchirou ----- .--- --- Cot'on art other :>r ducts tf the c?urfrv, er m.U;

.. The) Southwestern( Rail Road of Florida" poor ; when there are cold chills ; whcn the pojnd bv the hundred wiijit I ...- -n ii-t fan e-> 'from Tallthatsre t to Leon Circuit Court. liberal cash adv..ices, np.>n ail ;
prcp shijped
Jnlv' s.. 1 1"1"! 51 1m! __ dreams are bad. or startling in sleep.If J. .V J T. DfFIN I ColTirr.biH ill three dun, and but one night will be I CHANCERY.. when! required As soon as practicable rfy a line cf,
-- ., ,, ..., ., ,,._ _.
-----'a "in rn".tl".h""I.n 'r.t I -.i t
nn
Wanted, I takei on (the occurrence of any or all i.f f these _Talt.lha.u____ Ma___ h r.rI.___I IM_h._ -II I l''h;' ; '; a't; : ; "' i iI I Creditors'; Bill fur tflHtmrnt of Jalf' I "iifablepackets! will beeslsMi-htd by the Crmp-nv
of disease much and public assuuretltluat attention 1 t i wilt i between Cedar Kevs
in indications approaching pain every and New York aid New
k SITU! Tro as TEACHER a private family James f Broome and cthtM, for theiii4.lvt-i and Orleans
.;. .. :.: 11. or academy by a young gentleman who has hadtcrieace ickncsi may be ;prevented .ili1 ALACHUA HOUSE._ be paid to thc.! coLif Ilrt of th'se wu.IDJY patronize other! creditors ot .\. M Gatlin, Cvi.ij'lainants for the conveyance ef frmht and passengers,

., in giving instruction in the different The above Medicine, frcs'i and genuine, are for .Yiu-nanicille, Florida I (his Line. I rsTuibutt thereby securing to all its patrons, a safe and *ipedifirm -

.. . branba-j of Kn: .lis'i! Classical and Mathematical sale hv LEWIS & AMES 'PhlE .u'h-cnber. .' having purclia-i-d the ,u..e andi FAm;: R. BeltonSarah A. Button his Wife. JecI node rf tran por'ation of their property tu

.. education) and is n every respect qnilified to prepare Jo!;' 1, 19.19. 50 Tallalnssee! I Fla. _I_. premises i 'lurmcrlv owned} and occiifd bv JW Fr .1I.ha..pt' to Quinrtr2 :); to Eaiiibndje, I ultrix of .\. M Gitlin, and utl.er-, Jjfftndautt eithei market ai well as return Carlo to its place ef
5 .- I I Macf .
: to .lluaiy.hlar.d: to x22.WRSGilT destination
-- -- -- -- -- ; The of
: : youths for *ny crllege in (Ihe Union The applicant Pearson E-, at :l'wnmSiII": ., ":. ( is now ; & \WYFR 'J'IIHt1.tS, By ai order made (by hu Honor rates transportation will in an
Medicines &c. Proprietor I intante esree.t those harptoforp i.his.a4
fjtnish'teslmonials of and character Drugs 1'So ? t.
ability W ,
can 'U l'uuoi.s Dot .
i renJv to arC"jfnlJl..doile Roaid rs and Travkrs and Lis. Jncls*. 01tl.e l-t De-
JOHN M
and will be M.ltisfit'd"ith a moderate salarvAddress '. hopes by his extrtions to make Ins guesej| comfortable Office the Bv YARN, Agent .nibcr, 1M7, in Ir.e above entuted: ->etheur.der- for like servicts. but a material reduction cf uct
at Mauler's II. lei
I W. H. T., Savannah Ga. EDWARD BARN\RD, JR, %, T..U&haioic-C. rates is contemplated at an early pencd, as soon n
.
as possible lie ha* gonl sta'jh and i I si ie i seas appointed, among other thug-s to take
: a E. LFgent I M, \THANS
at he increase
; u in Qumcy. I of business shall warrant such edict .
July I. 114S. 5J received by the late arrival' a first rate ostler always in attendance '' an account of what is due \
In-Wakulla Circuit Court. ft. HAS'" addition to his stock of GENUINE GEORGE M. G\l hVNewnansulle _Judy_ 17: _isn' _____ .___ i I claims and to all other creditor of said -. M Gayliii The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and other

SPRING TERM: ISIS.Thoremri DRUGS AND MEDICINES: all ol May H. 1S4$*. 41 DR. J. REESE'S I with interest thereon ; and it wa_, ordered frthcr the lo visit the t Kevs,and at all desirable seasons of the year, cue if

for which are of good 1Ud.lil, Ivic.for Cash ------- ;----------'--- That the said Mister do came an advertisement mo- healthy retreats for invalid
Lumpkin. Agent ) LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. and others in the State,a.id the beautiful
Groceries and
&c.
Attaclir reran-
he in the
\ho. on haul a general asscrtment of the follu >- to published Floridian, a newspaper -
R-bcrt Ljinpkm | Deb fcX(:M'. ing. which are warranted genuine, vi/ : 1 f1J\ LRS BACON J1.B SILt!. and PLRSONS of feeble constitution and those of te-:I publi<'ird weekly in Tallahassee! and in such tie scenery cf the Suwanree will, it is supposed, &r

\\. S."Carpenter J f f Bond SlbOT.ilhatn Houck'n Panecea Rowan.l' Improved\ Tonic Mixture ,000 SHOLLDERSHX I habits a-e often 'troubled with hauitualcostivenes I other puolic new-papers he shall think proper, for ant inducements! excursion.to miny to avail themselves cf so gleam-

V / pJE defendant and others interested will take nclachment ( Wi!tar'. Balsam of Wild Cherry Brandrcth's /) Ib,. best Leaf Lird -*, which cft.nirt's a very unfavorable I I the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to conic This an
Ctlcbratl'd Catharlic. Cam1hor 511.1 I Ibs Carolina Rice influence their general: health which I in before him and pro\'t."lheir debts before the Company, having as they believe, made all
:
t'W'1hl.'rmm'i upon is oner
; and appear and pleai to'the dicfaralionLkd ... ...., ..._ ,... II lequi-ife arrangement for the convenience and
the C..leJutpd.u.l'evcr -.a nonl'l.n.a. 2'I LUs. ft. Lr.ui 1-lour. ularly manifested bv irregularity; il not total rarhC'-//I first div of May next ; and that such 01 the creditors acI -
in case within; the time and I
'o prescribed by law Agiie R'meJLucenia Cordial comnodaticn at the public, they solicit
10 sacks In this rorxJniuii its patron-
Rio Ci flee, appetite ol the stem) this article \ho shill! nol I t'ineinandprovetheirdebtsbv the time
H N. Thornpfon'lI E \\'att MeMnii', O'Jium'.nd. .
GRAY e *
Elixir *
I ) of
r.oO gallons choice Liquors and \\\inc, i. conhJe'illy rccon.nunded with the a-surjnct aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit ol' I this d. ag

4 : Jul> 1, 1c.!-'. W) Attorney 3m f t..r Plaintiff. Tvlcr's Sursapa.ihia ditto' .Gi.rdani. Turners 11I"'Ui Fl.'vtr and and Ague Pills: Tin b'lls! do'ible rectilied. \\'h:kev. I that, if (flue J.e.i" I'ft'pn tl Iy a!ttd scas lift to i cree ; and thai . particulars r.n..e.. ,-\i'apply... to<>..t-r-ti ile-wr. ,D t.nRIS P.

: .:, ___ .. .Anti.Dyspeptic It!) dozen best Port U'me.l t move the bowels too activals relief ma, be relied! who shall come ill before the said .Vaster to prove

Molasses Barrels. nil!, uccKwiin-g Anti-U\speptic. Pills, PtItrs'and ") Of MadeiraVine, 1 I1 upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences I I their debts, do. before they are admitted: director, Madison, Messrs. ITTNAM t, RICHARDS.
Spencer's Pills and i (lor S. P. Townsend's Cedar Keys, or to the underlined.
I nRCHOIce: MOUSSES BARRELS celebrated isgeil .1 I Of Sherry resulting from the use e>f common purga.1tivt I contribute to the complainants their proportion of
90
.. in
'. .' sale at the Store of S. S. KNIGHT. bottle Also arapanlla, quart bottles at $1 per S "Clalet intdicmtj u--iullv nsorUd to. I I tire exnfn-n of this suit, ta be -i-ttkd by the said JAMES TUCKER,

'. . June 17. I ts!H. 49PROSPECTUS superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Soap Candles, Starch Cheese Pickles, (yes, Per* mssu'iject to Bilion, CLolic may rely on !beprc.t Ma.ter." And it was alollrderctlthat"! an account And others Pro( rietcr*.
'. pure Citric or Lemon Acid far ("nrrh'ua, Florida.
pre'erable: for the January? l l9!
\
.I ick Olive Oil, Catsjp Mustard Ptpptr.Ground Pier, 'itivepr perties of lit medicine by using it on be taken of all securities or collaterals h;ld ItIhe 22J
or ordinary than that
: ; Poiter &.c., &,r.use UUd.lIliolJ., London Green and Black Teas, &c., 5..c.lt the new see'rj'vreof I he firintiuatio'i! 1 of an approaching attack There creditors respectively, and a report be made of the BULL & PRATORIUS;

: Tie Sonlhfrn or June 10, Ibl:. 47 -' S. S. KM l r. are some, latitutions, haS.'e! : to regular attacks of ".me. and of.I the value of each" Anti it was also It the corner store under the Sentinel Offitt ind

:. Literary Gazelle, April 21), l" H. 41 nilii. >ui Fevtr alino t esery tall ; to surh the use of. ordered that all parties may be examined upon. in- the Pbtrnii

1 : :.' : A WEEKLY Jot SNA t., COMMENCED ix ATHENS, c._%. 'tin in.".iIirmcM! i r. ommcrded, b-ginnin.1; to use it tirrogatone-t and produce all books and papers in opposite Bcildinis,

. 'l'L' : OV HATUBD4Y, THE I"JTH OF MAY. Western Produce and Groceries. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. b-, tie mid.lie cf May or fir..t (f June I their custody or power relating theretoupon oath ARE NOW OPENIVG a choice and vCell je'ectrf

I ; EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS.! JUST received a large supply of PROVISIONS rPIIE subscribers (isv.en hand two hindi, These whosedij,;'livc organs are feeble often ex1perienee before the said Master, as the said Master shall direct rf CLOTHS \SIMERS.. VESTLNGSand -

'. T'HERE! ( knot. South of the Potomac a single GROCERIES at the store of J. fifty. ouuctsuf and) a s 'nsL of fullness, weight and oppres-ion ." RE.XDYMDECLOTH1NG. The great

:: :. whose sole object is to devclope and S. S. KNIGHT. have, obtained direct, Vilpltated(from the Qiiiiutie"' wlai I hues about ll.c stomach alter eating, will find this m *di- Now, therefore all pcrs'ins claiming to becreditori care and taste bestow ed in thesi-Iectio-iof these good*

i; /./. /. V f. ',-ter. :-hiterarytaste- -. and.. tale-nt. in the-South; arid thin June 10, Is-IS.. 17 thev Will warrant to be a MHX'manulariunv nor art iii.We and I cine afford; anut! immediate reluf of aid A. M Gutlin are hereby, in pursuance of good warrant bargains them in sivinz will to dj all well who wish to furchau
r v1'& -:.. i* -i is < rn mrv a s'liucteni reason fur an earnest attempt I ----- -- --- ------- have eu'ir/id! .:/.f-; Lattice near their coihnenunt oftei suffer from I said order, notitied to nruuuce their claim, ant! the vou to call and etzmiii
;: our / Dru.M an.Wedicmcs our stock It would be
II .. to establish guch a journal. The failure off Notice.SIX bv I heartburn, aid ro-.tivene-s : touch this article is vouchers in -"uoporlth..r'of. and all collateral- and a treat tax no time and pa.
nrent
i 'i1.: ; ;." .revioui efforts can.iot; be regarded b) the intelligentrnnid I months!, after date the undersigned. Adminu orders for articles arinaN, and are prepar. <1 to etl.ltle hitulv. ree"tnuncr.dnel as it tan 'b> u"ed without ih. .I securities: therefor( before me, at mv cihc in Tallahassee hence to enumerate the different stile aid pilfers

r .,".(... .' as an argument against such an attempt. Those I of the estate of Charles Ieclulein.late of I on the most III our' line, tirmsWe at wholesale. orftail, I lea,t 'la'ut r, and w i'li treat beneht In sick or ncrv i within the. time limited in said! rrdtr and composii this a-.. Htinent : suflce it le say thai i
accommodating of these cK Ihs aid
: .. fi.lui-is may have been, and probably were the relit Leon County, will present his accounts an I voucher have 011"0" few headache it i-t inval'n'>!e_ j. otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, portion ca uimers* are of Briluln'ua -
.;= *; of ciicunstan-es no longer evisi.i> The need before the lion. aCI"mnlolt'I due to usSr the! This icl. will b.- found that (II limited ; Coasit'tl Ln-sire, and the eiothintzasd.very
"lL' ; Judge of Piobate for said County 1S17 ar. ; to act as a pIe. int cor- they may ,parties to the said saito
J' "t. nf such an organ in our midst, 14 .o universally ac- and pray for a final stttlemeut and discharge from but year i if the whole They r.nild are utncrally be l'oIid' ill srn. ll araiinfs, dial and l Ionic. n-tonn: the appetite and at the Dated tins third div! of Din-ember, A. D H47 article of their stock is cf a style and quality
.. '. knoAleJged, that not to shortlv. it \ -LJJ (jo that will please (the mo' t fastidious
said
.*, :, *' attempt to supply the deti- estate far toard4 same (time fllllillililt( ('every mtrnMon that the common SIMON FOWLE, Special Master
.. ; .t"l \ ( ien-y. wo'jld: indicate, a disregard of the signs of THERESE BECKSTEIV, (By her aent.) liquidatingcilain "iim hich wowe. punrafivis are interded to ettct! Ittipuiely rrjetable P.-rember. J. 17. .0 if They would mention that these CLOTHSarecf
LEWIS & AJf-s the finest texture the best
English French
; t'je wool
times ------ dye,
t : scarcely more kurprifting than iiiexcLhable! JOHN B DC CORCE. anti!, when u-.od. according to the dirtctioi. --
:: The pr.' reks 01 the age, and the rauid advance of May 2CJ.( lCt: 4i Cnt April 2),_HIS' ._____-II 1 will be (imd jninvalutblearlileesp i 'ciallv to I hove \. G. DJLWI a 'T =], w Mil dye black,do.Cassiiner,London wool dye black,
; c... the South in COrAm _. do Cast.French and Gorman black clctbs,do.C a.
-- -
--
Manufactures and Attorney I
f .f .. -, rl'e. Internal ---- -- Cigars Cigars attlitteil with n.\'ppp..ia. IXrangetrent vf the Liver. a L.a\v
,'. i'' ,. :.1' Improvement, imperatively' demand a corresponding In Hamilton Circuit Court. or Geneial iKbilitvPrepared '. Vontitello, Jffffrsau: County, Florida, French fancy Ca.simers. g
.r 1 : Onn SPXISil' REGALIASjiu rci\cd VESTINGS of tine black Satin
fine Satin
.
I. advance in literature 'To aid this : plaid
in great object MIDDLE CIRCUIT l JlyU\J by Doctor J. Reese attend the Circuit Court* of the Middle
OF
:: FLORIDA. and for sale by WILL Silk, Woollen Velvet, CVhmerr'l and Polkanftf,
:, he has established a Weekly Journal the
al seat and for sale bv
and Ihli
Georgia
of Columbia
of
MAY apx) > County of the
TERM
1&4S. L. I.
: & H GREENBERG &CO Cerro Gor !10 and Ct'onrubu'co chrcketL
S. ; cf the 'Griffin.PileCUUnIY'1 .
Monterey
: University of and
Georgia rallied
'-. around it John Williams, hlsy2OIStS.1 F:. BARNARD. Eastern! Circuit, loridi
1h# best writers of lie South.i } -u| READY MADE CI.OTHlN'n._spprior Fins bIL
: : '-.. ... .. ... ".. \ Rill_ for_ Tivnrr. _._ ---- -- _. ___ _Druz : 11Intic"lIn.IItust to 2. 15.1>. 5 French dress and frock da wool
: n n -- u coats, 'e
'. ; ne mil or it assured 01 trie support ot nil, able D.\ : ---- --- ------- English
't i cic, Prusia Williams his Wife > RU'V.-\RH M. WI5T ;nL LAUU. rvcwort
coadjulou in the Orion Magazine, and also of much Notice.SIX da do., French Cassitner Sack Coats, Doe-skiadff.. I.aeSci I.aeSci'Ta1rICilIi
: .l. llier IT appearing to (the satisfaction of (the Court that Notary Public, Minticello black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin com
.. .:: .. assistance from the most prominent writers of Prusia Williams the Defendant in the above stated T 1Lr1/I.lls-ER. Quincy, months after date: I hall pre e't mr final ac- black
FLORIDA black
coats
Ihe beavrrcloth sack and over-coat
South ,
The
GAZETTK made of t and .
.t. up rt.atfor both rase,does not reside in the Male of Florida. and April 15, IbJS yj HXRDY P.RYAN.Azent vouchers to the H n Jud e of Pro- Cloaks
Pantalvontot fine black aioierinediando
.. ;... original and selected ; and comprises. Tales Is that the said defendant resides in the for Thomas county Georgia bite in and for Leon County and apply for letters of I C3<
State
of
Georgia
.
/: :: .: Sketches of Travels Poetry. Criticisms and a ays'l so that the ordinary of law Spring and May 20, I 1-17. 44 dismission as administrator of the estate of Joseph a great variety cf fancy Calmer pacts of the
., .'. eral! Miscellity of information in all departments of served process cannot be Summer Good: Allen, deceased latest ktyle. I'eits of every description MilitarY

t : ', ;;,: : Literature, Art and Science. Particular attention; is Solicitor upon for her: upon motion of M. D L. Heeth /_- ._,, New Goods--Spring Trade. COUNCIL B ALLEN Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Glove,. Cravats,u1-$

: ; given to Scientific and Practical Mechanics. That service Complainant be / tt ordered by the IJF/ITON & IIKJGS, ,. Administrator with the will annexed adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everjtbnj

,l:1 In Mechanical execution it is surpassed by no contemporary publication according perfected to law upon that said cuurt.I ARE now receiving a large and lCenl.'ralll..ort. S. F'. IIUKXEY February a j, 1543 32 Cm connected with a gentleman's outfit
in
': asJ the aid of the fine arts will not be case of of SPRING: AM SUMMER: GKJDS C. 'L P are prepared to execute all orders accord-
provided : Jlnd tt M hereby ordered by the return thank to the public and country Doctor John P. Duval jog: to the latent and
WOULD most
wanting to enhance its attractions Portraits; of That the to which they invite the attention of the approved styles.
1J1. Southern laid D-fendanf appear on or before the first pubic. generally, for the past liberal patronage N B. By the next arrivals to rtcekt
writers, and of March 23 we expect
pictures Southern Life and 1S45 FFERS his services
day of the ar professional to the citizens
.. : enf'ry."ill be presented neat term of aid Court to be held on he has received from them and respectfully requests O THE REMAINDER. i
of Tallahassee
Wednesday after the first Monday in October a continuance of the I have and surrounding country Office
same. just re October
next. IC. 1S47. 13
.,' t.1.a The Editor confidently appeal to the friends of and answer the complaint of the Complainant in his Just Received, t tAT ceivedper Warcallar from New York a GENERAL in Wm Wilson's Building over Hay ward's Book
Literature ill
the South
.: .:-.1.1' that his ; and he is happy to announce Bill charged,or they will be taken u confessed, and LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store, a fresh .ipply AS-0R1'MENT OF GOODS which cill and examine Store Tallahassee Fine Perfumes,

::. effort! enterpris a large and is of,ent'rouillist no doubtful has iw ue been. By obtained private Ihe Court will grant such decree as shall seem proper New and Valuable Medicines-among Uuch for yourselves. February 2t>, IS I4?. 32 From the Manufactory of Lnbin, Parli.JJEDYOSMIA. ofa

.. ; and upwards of One Thousand sutc'W" have in that case made and provided.A are the full }wing : March 2:,. i'i.Martin ls. 3rt John P. Duval Helilrope.! Jockey Club. Boos Ce11 -
,
'ef4 I! > true copy from the minutes of I the Couit DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE ranium, Millerleurs. Patchouly. MigniontW.
,. pledged their to the : PILLS AND RESTORATIVE -
support Until this
-". accomplished. the editor paper. was JOHN S. PURVIANCE Clerk. BITTERS Smith & Thorn, ATTORNEY AT LAW Ambrosia, Sennica, Ber of Arabia. Ber. delaKein*. lii

..,.f.. ;., .. his Journal l. but it is now was given unwilling to 'the public to publish with JuneS. 1SJS. 40 4m Designed for, and uill cute. D''prptia, Liver Corn- Commission and Forwarding Merchants, TT7ILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida Fglantme.( Vanilla. Violets, Bergainotte, \ervaiJtMarrocain 0A

: "I .! me. unfqiirecaj. assurance ttiat it bin_ be plaint, Piles, Arolula' Jaundice-and all kindred i No. ((5i, Poydrat Street V V the Court of Appeals, and the United State and ess Bouquet

; \, TERMS!I. The Southern permanent Hamilton Tax Sale. diseases resulting from a dismkred stomach or impure NEW-ORLEANS. LA. District Court at Tallahassee Alto. GIrnn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston or
Literary Gatttte
"t : i. I stale' cf blood. OH ce in Wm. Wilson's L'ui Idings,over hay\Vard' Merrill's Extract nf I"raerant lowfT"
< vntue of the .
published f weekly on a handsome imperial quinn of BY power vested' ri me by law, I ftt MARTIN-G v. KMITH-THO8. L. THORV.
Cook Tallahassee. The true Farina Cohvjre also French M
Store the
..],.t- S pages-printed from new type, un Cae while paper expose for sale before the Court House DR HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, Refers to fit
American.
Lau.n.lor and tuurid tt'atsra Ru
32
d February 20,1S4S
or, in the town of J The
.. si'er.l1amiJton County Flo- safest most itliclual, and pleasant
.J. preparation
J. W.Argvle.A; Be-jtwiek, S. S. Siblt"Y,Tallahaslec. and Ajni de la J*.
iida ----- -- Re.ne.hne Cosmetics, rich Pcina<<
?. It is furnished to single subscribers at TVo ou the fist Monday in November, IS!H, the before the public, for tile er.dieatiou of WUXM, u J. L. Smallvtood R L. Edmonds -G.
W. HUTCHINS .
Hair-oils
Quincy. and Hair-d Toilet Su'inP
f t following described Children >e Shaving and
Adults.
Dill art per annum in adeance-and lo clubs uftit I properly or so much thereof as or .
; .".. for Ten Dollars will pay I he State and County Taxes due tbcreoQ for HULL'S -Fcbnnrv _I i-i,1SH _-_ 00Il. AUCTIONEER tine and coar e Ccinlw, Crushes forthe Head.Tert-'*
COUGH;
". .' the LOZENGES, Nails and Flesh A of Cold Creis.in pe
.. 'ear 1847. to wit : ( II. HUNTING superior article
", 07 *All communications,. not containing remittance The Will PREVENT: Consumption' and CURT all casts of T.1LL.1H.1SSEJ2, FL.1 '
For AMES
J. pots. sale
South West by LEWIS 4.
: : )- *,or solicited articles, must be po.1'raid to ensure 1. Range 13. South quarter and 1-ul: of Section 31.Townt.lnu Colds, Asthma, Spitting ol Blood Pains in the Side, SURGEON DENTIST, SALES in any part of the county attended lo, and December 4, 1 1517. 20Spices"Pickles

attention. tpurporting to belong to Shortness of breath and all other Pulmonary Complsintk located i ( solicitedREFENF'NCFS'. '
-
.p William Mill,. HAVING permanently in Qninc-y,Florida & ''in
WM C. RICHARDS.ATHr ..c.TTNDERUOOD'S .
: .
.
: tenders his services to Ihe
JOSIAH public
: T
.1"t m. Mav 11, lMIj.Medical. BMSDEN. Sheriff, -ALSODR. ill the various branches of his profession. From his II Rovo Esq. | LLOYD Si. FLICR, pickled Cerkins.Mangoes.Oo-
. and er officio Tax Col Hamilton Co. for '47. I J. W |I n. C. U ions and mixed Pickles LbitCtis"1'
ARGYLE WILSON
;b.. Notice. April, ISIS. 3S ta HULL'S FEVER ANI AGUE PILLS experience and siuce-M in practice, he fetls assured F-KJ, I Es-j pickled '
January 22, I*is. 27 nut and Tomato Ketchups, Olive Otui'5mlard
Well Capers
known as a Safe Certain and F.fWfnal! fur of bring able to please those. who may .pat ronise him SclQfor
',:.q i 'PHE undersigned bare this day formed a co-part- I for Fever and Ague Chills and Fever; Intermittentand i Dr. B refers the- public to ---- Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vinegar.lre

: .'. J. ntnhip under the name and style of TAYLOR I Leather Top Buggy for Sale. all other Fevers. Pnee reducid to ScrmtyfiDt Cut %V. T STOCKTON, Dr J. if W. DAVIDSON 1. D. PAPY, Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Sal-ion. U

:: fl' & PALMER, for the practice of Medicine, and o9r ALSO one second band large two!Horse Barouch Cents per Bar I Gen C. II. Duro-, Dr R. K. LITTL .rn @ms tfJ1 W Shad and Halibut h canisters. Curry Powder 1D*

.tit;.. ..... their profiMinntl. services I ike putil'ic. They bope. Apply lo J. R. FORTUNE, The abuse Medicines fiesh and gmuine are for Oihce opposite the M. K: Church. Ladies waited 1Il111LL Practice in all the Courts in this Jllldl Gayenre, L'randy Cherries Preserved Ginger Amtt,Currant ,

,. '.,. by attention to bosmtft lo merit a continuance 0'' June 3. ISJH. 46 At the Tin Manulactorv sale by LEWIS & AMES.Tallahassee on at their residence as uual.&pt..rnloC'r V Y Circuit. Office on the l first floor ot the Cap- Jelly Maca'rroni,Vermicillf.Russia and fn"1
:' former icjn Isinglass, Irish Mobs, dried Currants,
.
patronage.B Fa 11. "- 8 Ito!, South tai
room
wing formerly the
occupied
Ij __ by
) WALtER TAYLOR. M. D. For certificates of and Citrons.i .
r'r.. DR. J. S. BOND recommendation and other in Notice. Socretarv of the Territory -- .. -
: THOMAS. P\LMER. M. D. formation concerning the above Medicines future I November jviare, uinger, iusspicc. ; *

t.l Mondcello, F. August 1, [5] 1343. 3 3m O FFERS of Tallahassee Inn professional and .ervices to (he citizens advertisement and pamphlets,! which may see be obtained SIX months after date, Ihe undersigned will pre 15,184'i. 17 Cloves Vamilla Koans, Sage, Summer Savory Pwh niters ana bo
the surroundin n
I' iI II country- -- --" of (he Agents. nl his accounts and vouchers to flue Honorable ions 1ilSIINE. sweet Marjoram, OranireFlowrr. R"se& '
: Thomas Jeff. Heir Office lit Cs,!. Fiuher's Hotel extract el Rose, Lemon Peach and *'an1lla' "*
March IS, ISIS. 35 Judge of Probate of Leon County, and apply fur letters ATTORNEY AT LAW '
May 29. 1 S 17.t tf A AMESDecember
:. tjr'Z".to. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT IAW of dismission as administrator of tlie estate of flulucy florida.J1LL For sale by LEWIS

,.. WILL piact'ce: in the Circuit Court in cac h Notice.SIX Cabinet Making, &., Henry J. Ga kin*. late of said County, deceased. attend (Ihe Justices' Courts of Gadsden 3IS-17. 20 -

' \Joly of be Midd.e Circuit and in the Supreme C O-PARTNERSIIIP.-The undersigned have associated WESLEY: \NNINi I ;. Adm'r. \ the Circuit Court of Middle Florida Furniture Carpets &c. for S ale. reMi

Court aad United States Dutnct. Court at month after date the undersigned admioi- themselves together and from this date By S. S SI BLK Y, Agent. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. 1 PAIR of handsome, Parlor CoucliftI

tl njr Tallahassee.R4ontkelo.. : ol theeststeofl3. F Lip cumb.deceased (he Iwo shops will be united, and (the business conducted February 19, 1819. :31 <>m November Mahogany ti*

Janntrv29. 1S48 'Co will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. by LYNCH VINGFRIIOETS They are __ __.___ n_ ______._._u ___ ___ rr: Sentinel 22,1M15. 19 tf 1 handsome Mahogany Book Ca.se.Double with" draw"h ot
and desk 1
copy. 2 handsome .
; Judge of Probate nf Wakulla County and ask to betlitChuged prepared do all description of work in their line, Newport Mineral Spring. Carpel tif le i JT n
tent Corn-Sheller the approved
NoticeTS most
../ .. u administratrix of laid ,"tat,. I with fidelity anddespatchandonu as reasonable terms DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. LEWIS &, AMES, Apply to J R. FORTUNE, *
/' I HEREBY GIVEN tbat at the E. E. LIPSCOMB for cash or approved acceptances pro
next session of Adm'x. as any workmen in 1ianuti W'
Tin -
Fb.. the
1; -I. the General Assembly of the Slate' of Florida, February QG, 1S4S. 32 6m Ihe country. The continued! patronage of the pub undersigned i being fully empowered DEALERS 5. 14S. 21) At 'id*
i .TIIE make warrantee titles, has had RUGS. MEDICINES PAINTS. OILS,
lic is most solicited Ihe
respectfully
application will be made to that honorable body for -- cHa.
,{h;; the grist of a charter of incorporation for a Rail Patent Shower Bathi. E. J. LYNCH : around the above Springs Toilet Article, Perfumery, If., Window GlaisPAISTIRI' Dr. C. C. Van WycktT "
.. the
laid oil. in good sIze dwelling lots of upwards of ATE "Professor cl Surgrry" in conTd
Road to extend from the town of St. Andrew GERARD VINGFRIIOETS1S47 : an BRUSHES AND COLORS, t.kee nT
f.'; West Florida to 'the Cbattaboc/chie, ia AT the Tin Manufactory nay be had a neat sod T.l3na", e. I't'mher 6. I/( acre each which he now offers for sale low. Hans Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.rpl I J Medical College"of Philadelphia. li to O
point
a
4f upon convenient SHOWER BATH, intended for a nf I the same, with terms &,c., can be seen at Dr. E. IE above constantly on hand and for sale at the his residence irs Tallahassee, and u prepared
River at or Mar the section of boundary line between l.atnber. Jt occupies but Ull( <.room, aad u enclosed SULKY FOR S.ALE. Apply 10 Barnard's FAllahassee. First come has first choice. X lowest market prices.. gage in all the duties of hi- profession day

: Florid fnd, Alabama with said rh r. so as not to drip wfnOi tie floor J'R. FORTUNE, DANIEL LADD. LEWIS t AMES. of Barllett's Building" ,,
July 29.1M8. 3 3\ June 3 !!8 4f June 10 I91S 17 At the 47
Tin Manuficlory Newport February 19,1815.J :31 Tallahassee November CO, 1S17.( IS JunelO,1S-IS.



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