The Floridian
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00564
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 9, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00564
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

Full Text


: T 7T ( II 11

.- .. .. JLM_ .- -- __ p -_- 0 ._ V ..
fo the Snale. and ..elected b/lb* whig*

lid InaletliBi pined it the Fint Seuieo a constitution I nni.-

: if tie Thirtieth eelftss.c'J He Is a man of such know inBuelcP, ,

THE : whig party of Walwortb may now be consid.

71.AN ACT confirm. the location and to FLORIDIAN ered at an end.-IJdr Free Press.
t a Loot/site of HilUborongb count j,.til.of florlda.il More Pilmc'reimJanuary 21 1842.

3' enaeted tyAr Senate and Haute of Repretf Mr. Adams presented a petition certain J
the United State of .Imeric in
.r.rme,*trtssa.ueJNUed.That the I location ollhecuunty. 0'i I citizens Massachusetts, stating that bJ law 1
tomnionerI of the county .f Hilljborough in the no foreigner of color! can BOW become cit.

5:1.1101 Florida of one hundred and sixty acre of BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURD f ggfTEPER D 1818. VOL. XX-NO. 8 izen of the United States and bold reale ?al'
had for the coanfj .ie of aid comty at Tampa therein and that the natural'zalfAn:
the east Bank of ]
'.1 iZ- bepnnlrg the point on where the reqnircd Hi1sboroghjuyat military rrs- : ; ------ ___ ____ __ 0 L _.. -- -- !laws may be so amended as to permit frets

.rTatoO,: u made by Major I*. tt'hiting September ; Frc IAei.i? to Union. for this eod, and a spirit making:for this end, c riag- ike j toa aet.chin i arr fill lber i into the arms of her maids. Cold water anda colored foreigners to become citizens of .the

fourteenth.eighteenth hundrei and ftrty-fiz, ctriknto and that power and that spirit are the body If &, a OxOs tusgularlussas nmturae.A' .- sln bottle having dona their work, United States, and to hold real estate

118mp;thenre up laid l"pr. binding thereon tn a We lay before our readers the fotowin and spirit of the whig party. This party has D. J" messenger took up his tale at the point ul' Mr. Wise raised the question reception, :

noiot,at let.thence t half northea mile in'a ferly alraight to line from the interesting and well.written letter we ever been for justice and truth ; I is for that and told the damsel that it was and moved to J lay that question on o the taber( '
a point 'Irom
Q.; interrpion.
beD irheoee a line running panUv! to slid straight Jine. received by tsteray's mail from Connecti now ; and the instant the lime comes to cut A NIGHT WITH A DUELIST and not his throat that bad Carri d. Vest, 115-nays, 53. j I':

gtrikinf the lm flf taiJ reduced rei rration ; cut. In submitting paper to the country the head from the monster the whigs will A duel was fought near the city of Wash. suffered, and that a piece of aticidogpiaster.not W. O. Butjer: among the yeas. I

and thence along the line of ald remrat.on to the we are awi.re of the importance of its con- do it. Does a freeman" want more 1 under circumstances of peculiar at roc- tLe coroner was required. Adams, riLLMQRB, Gidding, SUde, and ;

t' I place of beginning: ; .ban include between said river tents ; and we call, in the name of(he people Or is it, after all, that be does not blev. ingn A distinguished individual challenged the-other voted the nay. tf
hundred ilnd of among
pid lines one miy acre land atQlliuQisa I
p.id ; for il. .
an from cither IT UP.The
answer Mr.
Bates, Mr. that with Gen. do candidate
ind the m>e '* hereby granted lo the Mid com cm iiayri we can hi relative. who was once his friend. The ItrEit philanthropise whig "Br
I' of the f nd cou-jty.and I heir successors in (,f. Baldwin, or !r. Truman Smith. They ean. does he think we are deceived in General challenged party having the choice of weap. New-York Journal of Commerce, for Presidency, backing a petition; j HU''

j rffor the use ot uid. county, the proceeds of Bales not shirk, dogt. or Khun a reply ; and what. Taylor? ons, named muskets, to be loaded with buck heretofore a sanguine Taylor paper, and which praying Congress change the I

v to be applied other to public th building buildings.. of for a couit.-house said county and andtjiLand ever it be, i must be as clear, unequivocal This, however, we will attend to-morrow hot and slugs, and the distance ten paces : said a few months since, that .Old: Zjch j'on: l laws so that forei :negroes may twcoine e :.i

Commissioner of the General Land Office ;shall trumpel-tongjrd, as any which ever emanated a we have another communication touching avowing at the same time his intention and was a gift of Providence t) the Wb'gs. to citizens of ihe United States Siites, and en. : '

Clllte ibe said one hundred and sixty acres of land. from the lips of man. Whatever it be, this subject, which we will then and the.e desire that both parties. should be destroyed. save them from isdissolu'ion, chaq ing its no. joy all the rights and privileges appertainingthereto : 11't

fI I .noted as aforesaid, to be mrvejed. and the purvey we pledge out selves to publish it. We want publish and comment upon at J length. They fought. The challenger was killed on tion, considerably on (his interesting topic. The next thing for the philanthropic .
confirmed as soon a* practicable and a patent shall the truth, the whole truth, and but Our friend In a late review of the .
fy said nothing a freeman, wi find! us a the spot ; the murderer escaped unhurt !- Whig defections in Ohio Adams and Fillmore to cfPct, would be If .

mi jjiae countvas therefore to aferesaid coDunmionerv, referring to,this for the act.use ot the truth. We want to know what are Gen.Taylor's good an antislavery: I man 8 he ; but a for Years her\ards 1 gentleman was spendingthe Massachusetts, &c., the Journal admits make negroes eligible! to scats in Con rl, : .ii

Approved July 25, J 1S4S. decided opinions upon this delicate swallowing Dutchman with it-bah winter in Charleston, South Carolina, and that I the election of Gen. Taylor: may be endangered" and to the office of Vice President. '..

question. We want to know whether it is lodged at the sane hQm5e with this unhappy and that the South will go al- We should'like to know if Ihe philanthropic!

50. 73.-AX ACT for the payment of liquidated possible that Gen. Taylor can write letters, From the Pctcrtburg ftipublican. njan. IJe requested by the duelist, one most unanimously fQr Cass." I Adams, Fillmore, GiJJings, and the others. i .
claims against Mexico which are thus to in the daik CAN THE SOUTH VOTE FOR FILLMORE? The Journal J had not head from the !
operate Turpentine" of ,
f e it enacted by the Senile and Iltntte of Repi e- upon evening, to sleep i the sno room with him, I were so very afixious to confer the rights
tntativei' of the United Stattt ofJnerica in Con one section of the country to the exclusionand This is a question of vast importance to but he declined, a he was very well accom. State when it poke, else it would naturalized citizens upon foreign Dutch and I- ,

ptn aiiembled. That the Secretary of the Treasury in contempt another. We hope thereis every Southern whig a.r every Southern dem modated in bis own. On his persisting in hut come to our conclusion, that Gen. Tay. nab ?-.V. O. Courier, 4/A t'nrf. '

i* hereby authorized and directed to par, out of any a mistake in this business ; but, for one, ocrat. We confess frankly, that we are declining, the duelist confessed to him that HE lor's election is not onl.r" endangered," but

money IQ tbe Treasury not otherwise appropriated, we arejdctermined to ferret out the truth. We afraid to trust Miar Fillmore. That he is i is an impossibiil.The South is so nearJyMarmHt"unuVJ From the mieeliffg .'.. 1u:. 12. ,.
WAS and friend
the claimant or their legal representatives. the AFK.W jo ttsKf AifO E ; as A
'. (amount a now due by reason of the/claims already liquidated have no disposition to interfere with the gentlemen a Wilmot Pr man we have no ground who usual the room vas absent, he for Ca, that Wft regard We have been furnished with the llowing! t '::1

and decided against the Mexican republic, in question. We have: not the slightest upon which to rest the slightest doubt and, would esteem ocupie a great favor if the gentleman it as a moral certainty that his only. hope o' a ntrac of a letter written bf an Intelligent 1 C

,- under the contention between that republic and the desire to treat them with any other feel therefore, a a Southern man, we cannot favor, I would pas the night with him. His kind. Southern Slate is in Kentucky. Van Burcn and influential democrat of Ohio to his friend .

Coiled Slates, severally conclude! on the (1\ -ntt, !I ing than deference and respect ; b we will in the remotest degree, his elevation to the I ness being thus demanded, he consented, and uilUcr the Free Whig Slates. Whig ho!. in this city. It is cheering to hear such facts
eighteen hundred and
til thirtieth ofAprit.day of Januarv,euhtcen hundred thirty-nine an, lorty-and ; not rest until they condescend to speak out. Vice Presidency. f retired to rest in the room of this man of fashion ter Taylor, Abolitionist and Barnburn., coming from such high authority : ;=J

three, and telr which certificates have been i i-ivetl bj I If such a letter be in their possession, it con. In a debate in the House of Representa- and honor who! some before bad era together, ,'i take from the regular WbgcandiJate Extract, dated ICooies '(

the Secretary the Treasury: Prnridtd, That, bejre cerns the public interests so deeply as to excuse lives on Thursday last, .Mr. Stanton, of Ten. I stained Li is hands in the blood years of a kinsman. every non-slaveboding! Whig State Ohio, g. 4 1313. '
/ such payment, the said claimants or their icga! sojne departure from ordinary forms and nessee, made the following remarks : After -in other words it w/11/ take from him .n 0'
bis C 4 5 :
long tossing on unquiet ] away The whig in Ohio i5
shall surrender and deliver piand party 5y
representative vp the I idle Gen. letter is the It seemed to him that could all of the t
etiquette Tavlor's no man deny half- that Whig support that i is available in .the ,
certificate issued to them respectively, from the repaed groans most dissolved. As a political party, in this ..t
Treasury Department oftbe United States under the only cxidenre, perhaps!, that can fully satisfythe that Millard Fillmore was in favor of the Wil. 'I pargj' of the murderer he sank into country besides tlp S'Uber Slates of Kentucky Sratf. I think it will not sujvite beyond ll* I

provisions of the act of Congress ot the first of Sep puhli ruind ; and we most respectfullycall mot Proviso. He would ask any gentleman, slumber and as he rolled. from side to side: the and North Carolina. The contest i i' time of the next election. Ohio b as certain -1[
tember,eighteen hundred and forty-one. I We !IJal address a copy of this to whom Mr. Fillmore was known, to come name of its ytctim often tittered with really between Lewis. Cass and Martin Van
was to cast her electoral vote for Cass and Butlers
Sec 3. And be further enacted. That all inter
of the forward and this fact. He Buren the ,
1 number to the three gentlemen de-y:! challenged I former The
est shall cease from the da* ot' pavmtnt, which' shall broken "a that discovered the keen remorse representative of the the ides pf November shall roll round. .')
4. specified by our corr pondent. If they fail any Northern man to deny this. After a Free Soil" movement, and feeling! of the -
fce notified by the Secretary of Ihe Trea-urv not exceeding I thatpreyed like( fire on his conscience. The ButHilo nomination produce som .
ninety Jars from the passage of this act. to answer, we shall repeat the call once a pause, and all remaining silent, Mr. Stanton Suddenly te would stat up in his bed with \orth-the loner standing the Constitutional hange in matters in Ohio may but cannot .

Approved July 20, IMS.RESOLUriOXS.. week-until that c:1 shall fall like the !t3l.iug's asked if any SQuher man would! deny itt%' the tcrnbli impression }hat the avenger of j I! platform erected with the current of the prospects of Cass and Butter in the If'lef State.. :1

note public ear : Now, although Millard Fillmore is the can. blood Southern Statesmen in the Baltimore! .
upon was pursuing him ; or hide himself under In baste truly! -r
yours very
NO. 13.-A JOINT RESOLUTION extendir.I ? the Nnw IUvENCt.,) Aug. 22, 1S4?. didate of Southern whigs for the Vice Presidency the cirering as if be ,would escape the i vention.. In such a fight, the South Con// -. t .tf
time ( the erection of certain of the United States, and if be a unit and will be .
or lieht-hr-usos. nearly To suppoit
although burning eje an J that gleamed in fO. GEQ. W. THOJITSOX Va. ;
angry ,
Raoleed of the by United the Senate Slate and of Amenta Jfaufe of in Hrpreicnt&tittt To the Editor cf the Z'nio: elected, as the President of the may the darfcnes over him, !GO; J itiyng from a the Democratic candidate and! tbl Soaihern esq. :

Congretttumbled. Although not personally acquainted' with I have the casting vote upon this very questionso thunder cbud cause, we can rely! on the Dem.
That so much of the sixteenth sectn-n of For hic.thpre was: .no rest, unflinching Whig Testimony. :
the act approved March third c"entcen hundredand I you, yet 1 take the liberty to enclose to jou full o.f mischief to the South, not a single day nor flight." Conscience armed with ocracy of naore than one F rre Srate Penn. .J'
I From Hen. Leu Lincoln Mauarhcscttx.
ninety-five entitled "An act racking further pro- an extract from a newspaper published here ; man,either from the North or the South, would terrors,Itshed. eocensingly, .nd] who c&u'J! nylvania, Maine, New Hampshire: : } Illinois o : .f
I .
.i.ion for the support of puSlic credit and for the ibis mnrninr. It is from til New Haven rise up in his seat in the House of Representatives ; sleep? And tir the restlessness of, Indiana Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa, are .4...;*iA wlihfSen.; Tavlor it) th. norn-. i
redemption of the public debt." as requires that sums and that was not all nations:: by he Convention, ((1 Philadelphia, .
Journal. This is edited by that veteran I deny Mr. Fillmore vas II Democratic Slates upon which the Barnburne
paper infator disease the
of disordered
remaining for two lea after the sear of appropriation raving a inteUt.ct 1 31r. L.,) is the name of Mr.
G. Woodward who is the of the Wilmot Proviso. Ab the / treachery has made : filmrp. 1
,shall be carried to the account of the surplus writer Thomas ,I one.answered nor the anguish of a maniac struggling in I no perceptible ay candidate for the Vice .
(fund shall not apply: to the act approved March intimate and confidential friend of Roger S. important question propounded by Mr. Stanton chains! It was a man of intelligence, edtica- i'I impression. They will vote for Cass and Seed I recommend him to confidence .; I.
third. eighteen hundred and forty-seven entitled Baldwin, the abolition federal senator from' and the'only conclusion we can draw from tion health and influence to himself j i Butler from choice and from principle. We jour .
"An act authorizing the erection of certain lighthouses this State, who resides in this city ; and the the silence .is fiiends is that he is a Wil delivered given the up of- say nothing about Ohio, io which State al! and support ? Iftfcre be t man worthy of ,
and for other until two after o over to avenger iu this whose a,
purposes 'p'r" < I the community, a man } i
is "nd has been for mot Proviso man, and they are afraid let signs of the times go to show that the condenc .
the first meeting of tl e legislature of 'Lose Slater paper ir.own. many )earsas t boo! (to be tormented before his time ; but : altogether in the northern
the South know it. Whig party is broken in and the are yours '
u which said light-houses are to U located. his the l\\ain. Whig
organ.Wbate'er t to of his coscinccn, suffering
power own and Slates, it is the candidate far the
frle J"c : i
Approved July 23: IsJS. importance in Washington I preponderance shivered movement. .
you Whig Fabrications.-The statement in the only what every one may suffer who i is [ )tbeireeoi 're'tiJezcy, 3&liard; F.llsiorc. I knohiro .
attach to it, there is more in it, I can ;
NO. U.-JOINT RESOLUTION to may that Francis abandoned of God I know him have : i ien.
relinquishing tell than on its face. Senator : Whig papers P. Bair. Esq., i It is our sincere and solcrcn! eIjrtbat Ca"sand \ ptfonaIJI sen.
the of -
State Missouri Doni. you appears
certain trophies ot
of the ed in of with him. .
phan'g victenous expedition. Baldwin, and the Hon. Truman Smith of the formerly Washington come 1F7D the Barnburners. the Butler "aJ be elected by an old fashioned Congress tate !
in favor of Van Buren arc whigs I know his fearless "
Rttolted l/y the Senate and Hou e cf/le/.i csen- House of Representatives, arrived in this city out is contradicted, on are certain- that Van Buren will Jackson rusjority-thit Gen. Taylor i is a unflinching, course.

satire of the Cnite Stattt of America in Conresattembled. on Wednesday last. There is in this section the authority Senator Foole, of Miss.) who wry the Democratic malt lost ball! -that to vote for him i is to fling away Opinion of Mr. Charles Hndjon, "f
.That the ten pieces of Q' nU1'e capturedby called on Mr. Blair to ascertain the truth of vast roOds upon party, wi
of the who would not and paper, and strengthen the hands .f particular friend of J/I// _
the i'i"uri"oluntees under Colonel Doniphan, a large portion whigs I do them good to ee definite as ill thir brilliant expedition through the northern hitherto, support the nomination of Gen. Tajlor -. the storjMr.for B. says and Butler that he and voted inConvention I they ptvhtps are developed. In Tippecanoe county, I of Van Buren A: Co., the nominee of the motley .the?bDI'Don J ice jmne iplti i-f the ll'ltig,candidate for J .

States of}Mexico now deposited at the capital of the and from appearances were going tojoin'the Cas a man Indiana, .the late election resulted thus crew Abolitionists, sore-headed pol ti- 1'rendenry. .t.
State by permission of the commanding general as of honor felt bound to give to .hll and their women like Folsom and f .Another confide Las ; in
"free soilerp; and,in fact,bad sent delegates dem I can crazy Abby tro .velglit my
of ther heroic achievement be, and the be should do his Doyle, ( ) 1,401 !
trophies I to Buffalo Convention. Since principles, a hearty sup.poii. I gemmen" like.I'icd. Douglass, who i! mind. The Northern S'ates have a rmjorily ;
the ( shg) 912
same are hereby forever relinqaulicd to the State of j .v I in ihe House of
ld 8 "i. Senator Baldwin's arrival, the most extraord. Breckenridge, (free soil) 79CGoldsburv. composed the Buffalo. CunentioColum.- j( epcesentallves: but the Sen.
25 in the Anoiherstory.just stated against l en. Cars, I bu |I ate is equally divided; there l'einfjieen Ire *
f Approved July 1SIS.KO. marY exertion are making to whip (dem) 1,302 Tiz1c. ,
on the authority.ofthat lying sheet, the and fifteen slave Slatp .
disaffected whigs to the support of Gen. Tay.or Lt. If the'line should :
? Jj.-A RESOLUTION sanction amt agreement invoices hate silk Journal, is to the effect that in 163G. | Wade, (whig) 811 Rtlcta'.rs.-I was by no mcrns ?.n ;:n- f be drazn on tier question of slare extension.
and in good they
a free soil 570j
made between the U'vandot and Dolvaiesfor ; many ( )
while of War under Van Buren Lutz afier dew and the
Secretary uual occurrence us, a heavy to Senate should dicids
t, the purchase of certain land by the former of ifcrn rul. A copy of a letter f hon Gen. j Lt it be borne in mind thst these I e geographical
&llt be joined company of Land specula frce.soi kill, in the morning, within a quarter of a Uncs.: the ccifing must '
I the latter tribe of Indians.: Taylor is exhibited by Mr. Baldwin to these a caiJidatcs professed democrats. rte /giten by the Fire ,
tors, who invested $120,000 in the business, j were mile of in the bordering the !1 President. TUE
RClo1redi.II the Senate and Ilcuteofllcprettntatiia disaffected whigs ; the original of which is examine the of this 1 camp ( country j vrws or 31 r. FIILXOBEACE
f, of the United State of America, in Congress in the (as Mr. Baldwin ) (Gen Cass putting in $20,000) all of whichwas I tow previous votes Arkansas,) more than twenty rattlesnakes, j WEiL KNOWN ,'THIS SUBJECT. HE '
says and where this from
I Auemblrd That the in between now possession -unty, see vote came I
agreement writing entrusted to Gen C. a the agent of the which, having come out to imbibe the dew, I A XORTUER.V MAX jy THE
t Delaware of Wm. G. B'leJoftassachu"Etsoneofthfdelrgalts these candid' I' HIGHEST AND BEST
pation of Indians and he XVvandott wlich is given to 'es.
( nation of Indians, made and entered into en the from that Slate: to the Whig National company and that he has actually swindledthe In 144 rree.soi: Clay 1,550 had become benumbed by the cool night air SENSE OF TIE TLEM." "*l

.fiAirteeuth day of December, eigbtetn hundred and Convention, and who, after the convention, concern out of the amount Pdk Tippecanoe In 1647.sloo for the vole; and so were an easy prey. Our Major awoke I j I .
fortv-three, for the purchase of certain Und- by the The story is a bungling tissue of Congress morning with one of these reptiles coiled I I'I EXCITEJIEXT '
In this letter falehoos j
time in Washington. one GRIT AMONG :THE WHIGS
srme stood for Brier 1 51 Pettif 1.S93. 'I
spent whig ,? ,
latter : )
t of the former tribe of Indians, and which said which no decent Editor having lent re- ; against his leg, it nestled there for I .
that he will up OF
agreement in writing is as follows! Gen Taylor pledges himself not Here, H will be perceived, that the free soil ANY
ard for his would dare to publish. He dared not stir until a servant
: reputation
; Whereas from a long and intimate acquaintance veto auy measure that has passed both houses democrats have taken off about half the whig I A despatch from Albany dated, Aug. 27th,
; and the ardent friendship which has fir a great I and alludes particularly to I On it very face its mendacity is apparent.I .- II came snd removed the intruder. I had now I to the _
of whilst have not affected the
drmo- Philadelphia papers :
lh they
many years existed between the Delaware and Congrtst of this I the first place Gen. Cass nc''c was Secretary pay, ap opportunity of testing the truth of what I This last says
No copies Let th editor of city was night .the
lt mot cratic vote at all. the Jour. scene of
Wyandotts mutual desire that tl.e Prorio. one j
a same
of War under Van Buren. 2dly.j .- heard, hot before believed in the
feeling shall continue and be more strengthened.by will GoBaldwin give lo any person, as was I nd read this and tremble from head to foot. nejer ; of ihe most exciting political meetings ever ; '4
I He went out as Minister to France in that month of Au yst these snakes arc not onlydouhh ,
becoming near neighbors to erh o'.l-ej ;there- undoubtedly agreed upon at Washington a- j' He here tees ho\v the free soil question will witnessed. 'QC. was called! together 1 '
lore, the aid sidt', and did not return till 1842, and would venomous, but totally blind. An old
parties the Dtlauares on one the whig members from the North and I year Democrat. by some of the leading
ann the \Vyandotts on the other in full council mont West before the This is, nodouht I I hardly. have been appointed or retained as a.gent use up wbggery.--Loui.crile hunter will tf1 you.that, he pcison then is so indjgnant at General TajJor'g Jay Whigs. 'hl are of 4i

assembled have agreed, and da agree, to the following adjournment.that it be h.fd. I for a Land company in the United States Taylor and Fillmore in South Carolina. virulent! as deprive the reptile of s'ght.EdirareTs .- the nomination of the acceptance
from the fear might puLli Charleston Democrats r
t. Article stipulations 1. The Delaware to nation: of Indians residing thus injure General Taylor at the I during six fear absence from the country.I .-The following paragraph is taken from the i j I Campaign in Ner .UJco.I in conjunction with Gen. Butler for ?, .

between the Missouri and Kansas rivers, beir.gtcry South. I 13dly. This land association was,formed (according Columbia South Carolinian. I j Preside,.. lheJt S .> j
t anxious to hare their uncles the Wjardotts the to the N. Y. Tribune and Louisville "The intelligent voters of the middle and I II | The skies are bright The prospects of Mr. Dawson the
settle and reside them,do donate, Mr. 'Baldwin has gHen following a I the Democratic better and associate editor of the ?
hereby grant about twelve and to back the entice party were nearer f
Journal comprises
and forcierto the the in which this pledge was obtained ) jcars ago up ountr-which I Evening Journal, was the
t quitclaim Wvarnjctt nation,three way I I I its hopes were never.stronger. Every where principal man ia i '
: sections of land cor.taining IiI hundred and forty from Baylor. He Bays that Corwin and oth. 1 this tim' not a whimper of any thing improper musts: are unwavering in their advocacy I' '' celling up a call for a large of the
our friends are in good and full of the meeting
acres each lying and being situated at the point af ers from Ohio, and some of Ihe Massachusetts has ever been heard against Gen. Cass; in I ofCass and Butler. They know what I spirits I I Whigs and rcitical! friends of Fillmore T$
thej'inetionofihe Missouri and Kansas rivers. connexion therewith. .4thly. Gen. C. is mean by this supports -for they are well true faith. The States which were doubtful, : Miiar sij :
and others from the North, would not they and it is
whigs reported .
Article 2. The Delaware chiefs, for themselves I when our Convention met in Baltimore, are I Fin.o ;
} Gen.
-. known to be ia good circumstances, let there versed in objections to Taylor and object
and by the unanimous consent of their people do go in for Taylor un\i they could Lave a pledge I gave hi.l consent to the call. 't
now sure for our candidates, and two or three ,
been suit commenced him } him of his .
has to Account principles.But I
no against by on
hereby cede grant, quit claim to the Wyandott na of this kind ; a ppicial .messenger was 1- The Jet'er; .9f.Yil1iam B. Pringls.
which then conceded I commu.
tion, and their heirs forever, thirty-six sections of despatched from Washington to Gen. Taylor, j his associates to recover the sums invested by a to the Whig candidate for Vice President were to enemy, I nicating the nomination to general J ::4 i

hod each containing jir hundred and forty acres, with letters from Mr. Crittenden and others, them and said to have been embezzled b a Fillmore ran in the middle and back I bate wheeled into the doubtful line. Even with tbe Talor .
situated between the aforesaid Missouri and Kansas .1 } Vermont is shaking ip the wind, and :e have together Geneal's reply, was read. 1 1
and hi the letter in reply ; the ofwhich f Gen. Cass 5th. Prentice of the Journal country, is stared at m.l a show beast-and I and produced tremendota
livers and the the aforesaid three nee copy excitement. The
adjoining on west *
that federalism will
fall to j
and notorious liar 'be be. in two weeks there will strong assurances i
a to
and the original of whichis too malignant predictth't more, i letter -. "
donated sections, making in all thirt>-nme sections he exhibit \e the Genlrl's \ denounced .
in Connecticut looks
ground insulting
( of Jaad bounded follows Commencing the lieved, even on hU i oalh1-Uuscogte! Demo none found Xorembfr. a i
as m: at he with Mr. Bates.I b to Mr. as we l the
to uholc
says Fimore. .i
a well, and our Democratic friends promise that a Whig
t point at the junction of the aforesaid Missouri and have this evening that the same era!. To do honor to Caesar. Xortb. I
4 party
Kansas rivers, running wett along the Kansas river bear she will do well when the struggle Comes.- { 1
sufficiently far to include' the aforesaid thirty-nine game is playing in the adjoining county of The Herald's Quebec correspondent men- 7/ooit Totcard th Light.-The sailor on the Our chances .are fair in both these Slates. A committeevas appointed to draw up *

,! sections;thence running north to the Missouri river Litchfeld. where Mr. Truman Smith resides. lion that some of the guns in Wolfe's battecy midnight sea, i would behold the star .that They are rendered much better by the tremendous resolutions expressive of the sense oftbe meeting '' ]
.thence down the said river with the meanders to the exhibiting copy of the same let- alone would guide him across the trackless and they are to make .
1 have been Monday
\ were discovered to spiked, a dayor gains wLicb have been sbown (fo our aTeport on ;
; placsof> beginning;to be surveyed in as near a square ter, but permits no copies to be taken. This deep, must look not on the dark troubled evening when the will
; Jorm as the rivers and territory ceded will admit of. two since.We have: since ascertained cause by the recent elections in the South meeting convene
Article 3. In consideration of the foregoing donation game is undoubrtdly to be played throughout that this is correct, twelve of the pieces hav. waves but at the .clear blue Heavens If the apd We t. Those elections hjive done the again. J "

and cession of J laid, the W>and tt chiefs bind the whole of the northern and western States.I ing been served in this way. We believe sky is overcast, and the star is veiled by clouds, work for vcfciggery.-Prorulcnce (R. /.) Republican The tenor of all the speeches was that :

,themselves,successors in office and their people, to give you the facts, not knowing who our | With common he must turn to his compass, and its needle, Herald. Gen. Taylor was unworthy of the support 'of
thtJI\'ere only/piked tenpennynails
pay to the Delaware nation of Indians forty-six thousand central committee is Washington, and to thr will the 4 the Whig 'I
and eighty dollars as follows viz: six thop- you which, of course, can be easily etrac. ever true plf. point to star party, and it was expedient to
.n4 ud eighty dollar to be paid the year eiehtec-n can make rjcn .uke of them a you may deem ted. We are told that the repealers hate organized though it be his vision. So we, Sick end dzsg&led with Whiggerj.-The drop him fC\l the ticket and take up )fr.

hundred and forty-four. and four thousand dollars proper under the circumstances. Will not a club, named after the '98 .rebel .tossed on many a billow, if we woul see Laurenceburg (Indiana) Register i Contains Clay. .

.annoajly thereafter for ten years. our southern friends openjheir eyes ? Emmett, and that they have been drilling and Heaven's guiding light rUt look on .the the following evidence of (;en. Taj!lor""pop Hon. W-'Iliam Parmlee was president of *I.

I 1 : Article.en the A..contracting It is hereby parties distinctly, .tht nnderrtooo the afore.betw .*id- .n the greatest possible haste, your friend. prcinl with ball near one of the! martello waves of temptation, that dash and break a- I I ularity in the Hoqsier state.Mg. the meeting, assisted Iiy a number of other a '

Twtcatihall cot be binding or euietory! until r. We think it high time for Lord rPJmu! above to God. Should darkness EDITOR : Having become sick and disgusted ement Whigs as vice.presidenls. JF

fli President of tLe United States shall have aptf Piotn tfte .Vnr harm Journal. Elgin to return to the seat of Government, clud alhtr in the sky, let us turn to the with the Whig party,,(so called) I ba"t Speeches were made by Jude Carp-n'er \

roved the same, ud caused it to be recorded the We publish the above communication very fur it is evident some steps should be takento Bibll and it will poipt to Bun who shines beyond determined to follow them no lopger in their II. Hdswe',1! John A. Collier, Esq., and other *!'

IL. Delaware nation and the chiefs and headmen slaverv weyi pathise. But no one can doubt} 14. Henry Clay and a Taylor Committee. youth up-I have been an adherent to, and a \\ji e\inccd by Jl all. i ",*'

r '<*the Wjandolt nation, have this fourteenth day (Ifitmber that, who glances: ocr our columns, from day Three weeks lat Saturday, a committee supporter of the Whig party. I \vas such from

,eicbtfta }hundred arid rot.Y.t .r e.lf'tullr to da '. We have said expressly ', over andover Cranberries a cure for Cancer.We have of.three gentlemen ago waited A5r. Clay at the honest belief that the party was, a it professed ; Colonel: Black trpon Ccrvin.-When the) ,t

4igeatnrrs. again that the time was coming, and at seen it stated, more than once, that the common the upon to be, advocating and endeavoring to gajlapt l jlMack pvke At Lancaster in thin
N4K-KOO-MER. h.s. mark. Ashland, for purpose of getting a latter I
Captain KCTCHUM. his mark. no distant day, when the whole North would cranberry was efficacious in the cure of nomination and carry out principles and measures believed l) Stale, at one of the largest meetings eter \ I
x endorsingth principles" [ ] ofi I
held ip'that
.. Captain SUA.VHC. his x mar):. plant herself on the ground "no !slavery" cancer but have never unti'ry recently General Taylor. The old man heard [ I them to be salutary and pood. I now )I and city, be used the following bold |

JACKENDUTHEtT, his.x.a rk.S. and stand to it to a man.f e do not, -bow. been an eye-wjtness to Mr. Mid- and then that it that in this .I was greatly deceived. While striking figure in regarl t.i Corirln: :
through, was 'ry' "
\ .IWCJC-SA. b. x mark. ever, at prflenl. see that matters are ripe for dlcton Belie, residing within fbur.pr-five miles the remark available the leaders of that p.irty were preaching to the Although (he returning: soldiers have not i
COCK-I-TO-WA. mark. strange (fan Condi- the ho
S-SAB.SIT-TONA, his x x mark. this. When they are, our correspondent may of this city, who was afflicted with a canceron dale should tha ask an n una candidate foran rank and file about principles, and exhortingthem met welcomed j ltit 1hegr.nf'S: which ihcy were 1
PEMP SCAH his x mark. count on our support. At present-we feel the .pose for the last eight years, was in. aiabe e I to cleave tn and stand by their political by bloody hands each man brings j '
N'AH-QUE-TfON his roerk.Drlaveare in-to come to cranberries, mdsqe. .commit'ee again I confession of faith and home with him a pick-aje and shovel, with t
x that the great whig party are cert a duce try applied a a poul. for their they were plotting *
a reason i
CJ. /I. .their head and to bis and satisfaction a am- how barter-thene. to dig the political toqib of the infam. f .
into with Gen. Taylor at ; ; great joy planning to very principles
power that the old .
HENRY iety, vhigs were not coming :
JAMES WASHINGTON JACQUIS.lmx,mark.his x mark. and we have 11 confidence, that the moment has experienced a perfect and radical cure. to the mark. Mr. Clay replied, .' / his up I for a little supposed aaiabily. and make it ous Corwin. They will make it no deep, and

'MATTHEW PEACOCK, hi, x mark. Congress pass a law to circumscribe the We tpention this fact at the instance of Mr. arailibility carryPlim 'akng tin a hobby hore'to ride power and get the pile that upon him so many mountains of curses, {J i
JAMES .of the is desirous that others Ii anytusistf&ce I no trump of political\ resurrection shall | j
BIGTRER.( his x m rt. unmitigated curse" within them limits Belk. ,vho suffering un. { unavailable spoils.If >
GEORGE ARMSTRONG, bit x mark constitutiOn, a interpreted blDaniel"Veb- der the tape affliction, may avail themselves 1 men. -MuscogeeDemocrat. spared to gqtto.the polls, and no in any ever recall him4o life and light agaia.i -f ?!

T TAN.ROO-MIE.hu A. HICKS. x mark. ster and other of our oftbis simple, .valuable remedy.- -Tusca.loosa way prevented.from doing 1hal when the I Pennsylvania

U y&ndottt.ro that moment such a bill will receive Taylor's Observer. A Wei%ishap.-\ Sheffield bridegroom time come round cast my vote favor tf I A Whig Prophet.-Gen. Leslie Cp'ml

in open council ID presence of: li nature. ;Convince us lhat'it wrill not..and himself for marriage shaving Cal and Butler.Your', dec., adJres'd a w big meeting .Buffalo, on 1or.

JOl.TAJ Pniup we will pull down his name from our paper. Curious Phenomenon.-,-We La.bM bis.chip .Sit a tremulous hand, .inflicting a A. C..C1P1ELLRising day evening and ma fe the followi% declat

Sut>-ag entfor the H'yandotlt.AiCHAmo What we again, then, does our friendu good deal of talk during the woupd. TIe: blo perversely ,cwe until Sun, June C7, 1848. ations : ;
W. Indian: say
I hiiu M. SIMP1.COMMrl', .lf gent. a freeman" want,.tbftt.we cannot give him; ? about a chicken with A }human face, at the i the appointed ,was.come, Sjnd a friend ". In 1844 at this time of the year. Mr.

CIILlZX5 Ca.H.M. Dos be want any stronger opposition lo slaTerr house o Madame Martin, in Conda street, wu despatched to4he-house. qfthe bride, toapologiza4hrtbe Can't go Taylor tYggcy.-GQ pale. Cy! was elected President of the United _

Ja\.un, : But where willhefind it, asserted near Philip. We paid no attention to the delay. He explained to the esq., one of the lawyers ip Wisconsin.} : Slzlrxby one hundred t/Aousandmnfriiy. /

Rtxay Secretary Tazow tf 11 Wyandott, council over and over again, than in our .columns i droll.stories which we had beard, but at length Impatient.circle that "epra so J long in and the.very bead andfcppt q the.,1\hi.pu.y.. November, vefwaid that Jaiaes A. Polk halt" _

ldia* Interfrrter, Delaware. long -before the Buffalo Convention 1 And. we were 1 pressed, that we determined to dressing that h bcre uneasy, went up in Walworth .county, and late chairman the most votes.

) >4tk a. jt hereby, Provided we say now that we are read/ for any and tee for ourselves. At the place men'tinedw' stair*.lo Ihe..Cue On epterin of the Janes ville free terrlor convention, "'ho' *'I have travelled through ten States t>Ctko

.- ju4ot Indian erm i D bet. moy.mentijnt and.proper, confine the a chicken having, instead o a bak, the room he found him with a raor reported the \ abandoned (he Union and if the Whig party do not arouse
.itteratt ia aad tQ aid Jasd* the is DOW I a and mouth conformed band, and bleeding. He had cut his Taylor flg. The Wisconsin remarks that _
But exactly themselves Leris will
'* it the.Ddawae within limit bj rigbf. w a trow t.tbO Cass e the flat jPresi.
.. vtitn Glies. di 'I the the I" exelatmed! th bride, .and sank ," the )last he was their candidate '
of separating Urti}
pft..luly 2.5,1 $. think that t there ii ready' ,'orJlng tjburntnface: ; .DostrIe TratJ & cion 4 _

1 ,1

l _

-- ---
- --.T-----
-- .

.. '
.. .2_ .
y_ T '" _
.- L : Gen. TATLO a regular No Mistake
. IM' i_ _? -- -- --i - tude. But It will do-the straw will go \ A

74 -PUBLIC DISCUBSiONS.CorrespoHdenre betraying astonishing Igorr the geog, :]? down, down no to the bottom with the officer. Read for ru!!

rapbjof his country, perversion THEFrORID11N down where be When Democrats point tu FilZmo,. ',
is snlel cf them. TWO
;J };.;. of the Ftoridian. of facts. He alluded to his competitor, 6ev.4)vvAL J drowning mar. Mr. FILLSIORB WbniI. VOTES in Congress towards having
and 'loudmouthed
. JA K90\viLt 28ih August, 1848. in respectful term, and brought up has always been. He says, as JOHN QUIXCY Tie Providence I strong OWN law against, free and OUR
old Union Bank and I said SLADE advocate far the election ol TAYLOR, negroes mulatto
hia connesion with the has
4r Floridian
: EJifcrt of the : : ADAMS sid, as GIDDIXOS a
Saturday repealed, as evidence
1 GKnLItXEX: The peat resuwlntor and Faith Honda against him, in this way repayingthe g.184S. has and other notorious abolitionistsbare thus speaks the positions of tc! respective concuh't of bi| t 1 g.I.
of the all the he has ex- aid a o ness to be I the recipient of our votes
for ,
of the principles Whip Governor courtesy of an4 j
cmbodimont DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. said that Congreu has no power over candidate on the subject slavery : < II 1I
:,: pa'lT of Florida is again; in our mid I, nnd as (ended to him. STATES and .CASS IS PLEDGED TO VETO THE WILMOT that Go, C.UL now an advoca'e forth
I i: usual devoting las peculiar attentions to democratic He made a long spccb, and of course said agood FOR mtUPEMT OF THE VITI JTATX : the subject of slavery in the ; PROViSO. I ction of Fillmore, approved fojwe

East Florida. Mr. CAUULL arnn'dbt'rf" many: other thing which I have not GEN. LEWIS CASS, he refers to his past course as being in ac. ..Van Dorm i il pledged to veto any Ifubnnn up. are lord that there must be 1h ft :

a few days sin e, ant l on the 20h; int. mentioned, but I must conclude, or my Ipterwiile Or MICHIGAN. cordance with his sentiments, which hare always on the subject of slavery, other tha some mimfc
the full consent of the lave- somewhere The
Piovio. unless with whigs are not
tvC addressed a numeious audience at tbe Courl too long. He labored hard but d.c been, since he examined the subject bolding State willing fc

,. House: and it'we fore to take his speech on nothing. FOR VICE PRElrDJn: what he nowexpiesiestbem. .. Taylor pledged to leave tit icwe matter I believe that their own friends would ask them

: ; :: lhM occasion as a specimen, we rmy expect We had a meeting' of the democracy) on the GEN. WILLIA BUTLER, sufficiently to form an opinion,these that where it he/ lg'-t" the people their rrpreten- seriously to vole for such a man But tuck

nglin this f..1I1\ repetition of the scandalous ame evening: and heard some happy remark or JETUCJT. It is not for "ie\Y tatilt,." is the case-such Ihe fjcr. CAUapprove

and disgraceful canvass! of 1840. I have: fiom Col. P. of Columbia county, and somo the South objects to him. It is everywhere But the Taylnrites would endeavor to make tbe law and Millard( >m
: ,
.. heard rntny; speeccs-nany) whig speeches other speeches, which were wel received, FOR GOYEIOI or FLORIDA BAILEY. admitted that he is not in favor o troubling the people believe that Gen. CASS is hostile FiITr Slung
WILLIAM with the notorious
I :. but in life have 1 listened to such and excited the enthusiasm of parly. GEN. him most abolt"nists; j in the IT.
never my slavery: in the Stales. Nobody accuses to the South, though here is a leading paperof
; and harc-face-d Rely it, the entire democratic ticket FOR CONGRES nited Staf.s, voted to in .tract Committee '
\ ?. atisue ofmisasnens? : per. ujKn GIDDixo3 .
does accuse that in the free States which
of that neither one
DUV AL. DUVAL. any persuasion 0
. : versions of truth, as I heard upon that occa. will be carried n(1 fall in old WILLIA1 P. Congress to bring in bill KiriAtnco
a. CORWIX SLADE, or HALE of that.It has the do him justice-ven.han-
or honesty
; with all democrats
I ; : sion. I, in common, present PRESIDENTIAL FLICTORS : law I All these facts appear on the
TV-;: felt indignant for the moment at bill Con*epcnJmce of the Floridian. FOR is with reference to slavery In the District ded justice. In addition to I his, we find in the rrrsd.
St. Johns. and the
Madison. GEORfiK R. FAIRBANKS, Of whigs are DEFIED lo disprove
e : :. course ; but upon reflection, our indigmtion Public Discussion at '1 Columbia, and in the TERRITORIES, Charleston .1errlr an extract of a letter from Ib.m
ftav C11AKLK3 II. nUPo On 306 of the Journals
T.OfG'iutC. of
hasgiicn place to more fining: : motion of Dear 1 londian : It may be i.Jteresling to JOIIX MILTON, Of Jackson County.e lot the STATES, that we charge FILLMORE the Hon. Titoms EwING of Ohio, better page the Leju.lative .
and C-r a, m:1-: :! '.\ !t'J coti.a so of readers lo-learn the result of Council of 1842, will be found a
: : disgust contempt : : -; ; and other abolitionists being known Secretary of the Treasury in Gen.
: degrade! !1im dr. the late m sion at Madison C. II. It was = We authorized to announce Dr. a sage from the Governor, of which the folo! ..
but he failed are with being enemies-open, avowed, uncom. HARRISON'S cabinet. Mr. EWING is in favor
the substance of of ,
: I \\ill to ,give:: you the appointment F. A. han, of Miccasuckie, 8 a candidateto ing is an extract :
'4 Lis remarLs! JI s near as I can recollect. tube there. Mr. CAMELL. however, arrived in the house of. promising enemies of the South. Does he TAYLOR, and among the reasons he assignsfor
County March
The fore-paitof his speech was d""oled to very opportunely, and supplied his place. A Representatives represent Lon* next General Assembly deny this ? No. lie says not one word on his support of him, are the following : To the TALUHAeJ: of 5 1842

local matte, which would be uninteresting: committee of three from each parly was ape of the State. the subject. He does not mention Territories .Ca-s or Taylor will be our President. Cas ii in I hate Legislative Counci Florda:

, t ;.. to )ou. lie then boldly. assumed that the pointed to arrange the speaking, and it was .--- the Wilmot He is careful to favor of the exercise of the veto power; Gen. Taylor : Resolutions approved: following Act and
* : whigs occupy the same position now that they agreed that the discussion shoulJ: be confined rVf-: We have been requested'. to:announce ROBERT or Prorio. keep is opposed to it. If we hare a protective tariff
&! &? have always done; that whig principles were tu two debaters, each to occupy one hour, with 11. BUTLER a a candid Ue to represent the people silent with reference to these. He knows he and imlrovtments of rivets and harbor, we iniM An Act lo prevent the future migration
ol Leon in the ? of preacntativei of have of the two houses of free mulattocs to this i
4'I.. the name now that they ever were ; hut that the privilege rejoining half an hour.Mr. the neat county Legislature i of lou Ft.rida.e is against us there, and he.does not pretend to Taylor' will not use the Executive influence Congress.against fur other negroes o K. Tt"i'o.. .

1 iho old] questions arc no longer at issue because : CADELL opened the hall for the whigs, deny it.But either of those measures ; Cas fil. Taj lor will purposes. C.'LL

I;i : forfcooth, tho democratic party have in a speech of an hour, in which he run over (SJ-: have been requested to anenotince Gen what sentiments with referenceto not veto either of them ; Cass \to both. We S-, much for the action of our Legi !ator
abandoned tl,eir own platform! and occupied rather hurriedly the political issues of the day. GEO. WllTflELI an a candidate lo repre.entlhe are gain everything by c'.ectinz General Taylor that we and Governor.
.. th tariff and made alto- in the Senate of the next slavery in the Territories, as shown by his could gain with the movl thorough friend of those
that of the Whig; With repaid to \ lie feeble in health,
: appeared Legislature of Florida.fjrj Now look at the course of Fillmore
measures we lose alt. il Cass is d. The and the
... : question he said, the democrats bad abandoned I gelher the feeblest! effort that I ever I heard acts in Congress, to which ho refers, but of is the case; as i respertsfree and.pl..1 territory.same" other abolitionists in Congress.

jheir free trade, direct taialian policy and from him on the stump. I thak his friends t;: n.t have been requested toannouice JOSEPH which be says nothing in this letter 7 I is on This will lale the O !!
him CHAlKES a* I candidate. to represent !'he people of testimony outweigh desperate On the 3d January, 1843, "Mr.
tt : aJo:.teda tariff fur revenue, with incidental! so utideisioud it, though they greeted and that Mor.
. Leon couniv, in the Home of' Representatives of Ihe this point that the South attacks him. outcries of infuriated panizans in State
protection, which is all the Whigs have cvei i warmU t'lthe stand, and ever and anon as he next General Assembly ol (be State of Florida.e our gan presented a resolution instructing the
: :; contended for end therefoie the two parties I grew 1 ledintK and failed to fortify a point, theyatrengthened ---- we can prove hun to be a much of an aboli. I who are so violent! in their denunciations of Committee on Territories to inquire info the

'f.: no longer difflr. lie then took up Ihe "di it by raps thumps &c. He did ;,. We have been requested to annoince JAMES, lionist a GIDDIXCS, ADAMS, Couwix, HALE, I Gen. CASS a to forget or lose sight of the evi-

tri bill ion of the proceeds (,flhe( public lanJs" I not reach his stewardship at all, nor allude to T.ol Leon ARCHER county a a in candidate the House lo of reprvseit I Reprepentatives the people of and others. While in Congress he voted AGAINST j dencc Whigs of the North are constantly of. Territorial expediency repealing an of act passed by the
Legislature Florida
. 4d and that Mr. }JOLX'sIPliclII!\ : war i his vote during his hour. This entitled
argued \\'ITIROI the next General Assembly of Ihe Stats of Florid a resolution which declared : in his behalf.

.. : had gilt the country largely in debt, that it :iookt-d ominous, but it was argued that a per. -._h.__- .-_-_-._-_-__-.- '.--. That all attempts on the part of Conzre-s to j fering b An _\c to prevent the future migration or
::.. : : would take all the money that ceuld! be raised sotial defence of himself was reserved for his DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING ABOLISH SLAVERY in Ihe JJutrict of Columbia, \\car I the people to beware of the arts emigration office negroes or orjnulattoes into

: to pay this debt, and that consequently! there rejoinder.Col.I or the TERKITOKIKS or to prohibit! the removal of I of the Talorites. said or s:t much
.. '.'. were no funds in the treasury to be distributed.Mr. ..MILTON was agreed on to speak far the OF THE MIDDLE ANDWEST, slaves from State to State,or to discriminate: betweenthe TeritNY. thereof as imposes
doubt intentionally! This the! resut: of at.ian"emeuit in.tilulions of one portion of the country and 1 Taylor Stock Mnrlccf. a on such tMl a may cit.icr .
( forgot; no democracy. was AT QL'I\CV, Friday, Stpt.13, 1818.. another, with Ihe view aforesaid; are IN VIOLATION o
s .: .: : that at the time tli 8 measure was, first proposed between himself and Gen. Dc. OF THE CONSTTIUriON, destructive of.1 Not only in North Carolina nnd the other said Territory, and auhorit their talc

by tho whigs that there was a large roST. He was pi-culiarly happy in this effort The Democrats of the Middle! and West the fundamental principles on which the Union cfthce .j States that have just voted, is Tu)lor stock rap. for nincty.nine years for of. said
public dibt occasioned by the Florida war.) proving himself by far an over match for Slates re... AND BEYOND THE JURISDICTION tax. non.Jaymfn
below The Coons
.. will meet in Mass Meeting, at uincy, on OF CONG RFSS." idly sinking par. them
He then took up the question of ihe veto power, i Mr.I CABIILL on the slump, and indeed proving Black.
.t and urged its curtailment! ; lie contended that I himself lqlallo any one that I have heard on Friday, the 15th inst. the day after the Tu) Is not a vote against this resolution, a clear, I selves ate beginning to "fess the Corn."- I. moved to lay the resolutioa

the democratic party now hold the'! same doctrines I I the stump. Col. !MILTON\ done himself dis. lor and Fillmore meeting appoin by unequivocal declaration, that it i NOT "a I The New Yoik Courier & Enquirer-the on the table.!

that the old Federal party did ; that the I tinguished honor and made an effort at once Whigs. DEMOCRATS, Cais and Boiler men, violation of th Constitution" nor I beyond the.1 I great organ of the whig "decency" of the city' .Mr. James called fur the yeas and naj,

: democrats formerly opposed the veto pow. creditable to his head anJ heart, though I reH I turn out, and outnumber the Wliigvflr Taylorand jurisdiction of to ABOLISh : of New York-(bus discourselh :- which were ordered ; and being taken, re
i-, ,;; :. er, and tbe Federalist Euooorlcd it. and ount.ea I -.l <. _.Y.I... ho .... ticalrd t>jr disc geat Congress suited in 113 80 FILLMORE
.. A talk live yeas nays ,
Fillmore to bo held the day IN THE TERRITORIES plain for W/ilgs-'lire( cons"tce
4. :, ratrtcic Henry agiinst the power, (who body of his whig aud lory with the most more meeting pre SLAVERY" I "
4 41 ... was notoriously a Federalist.) As to the d.f.. tif)ing di$courto'y. They left the house, and vious. The Whigs propose a strife of lie Mid- This is even worse, far worse, than the Wil.I suppose is meant. )-We have :s few words Giddingi, Gales, Slade, and Mlnthrop voting

: : : ficultie how pending between ihe Xrtb and j I refused to Hand his fire, returning In Mr. I die against the West, as to the greatest num mot is.only to prevent slavery counsel for the whigs. in regard to the great NO or farr of tie resolution !-3d session

rf1.: tbe South, lie said ieiihT party at t j North : CABKLL: rose to rejoin. [In day of (he I Pro'istvlich contest so near at hand. They may. nut be 27th Congress, p. iOG, 107. '
: I yore her. Will the Democrats be behind Let from territories where it does
going to welcome be deemed hut
:( isjto be relied upoi. lie confessed d.e"Li good old whigs faced their enemies, and received ; may impolitic ; "
On the 23d
i, I 1843 Mr.
r.ot sound but much there be a rally of the Democracy. There already exist. This is not About the we belive them lo be true, and they: fl hi February Briggs
*$;;i. party was they were as their brnad sides full in the face. Now I al.
so as the other. lie relied upon the conservative the so-called Whigs turn and flee, but not like will bo numerous Speakers on both sides, and same time Mr. WISE, whom the Fillrnnrites I therefore to be heard and heeded. Nothingis asked leave lo submit the following resolution :

character of the whig party, which he the wicked, whrn none pursued) The Colonel !. the principles of the parties "H\\\ be fully dis. now pretend rely upon as a witness in favor ever gained by shutting our eyes to ficts. .Whereas all! Jaws passed by the Governor .

.: aid was alwas excited for the public good ; was after them with a sharp stick, and cussed. I i It may be more agreeable to sheep, in the belief and Legislative Council Florida are in
of their candidate animadverted
4' : and besides, said he, the Wiimot Proviso wai right lucky were they to i its: borings.The severely against that al is well-even when the {enemy is full!! farce, until disapproved by Congress:

lit repudiated at the Philadelphia! Convention, same discourtesy was escape offered, (I under. Tallahassee, Sept..2, 1919.NOTICE. I his course in claiming to "legislate \1 at the ; but it is not !aft and he is a false therefore
-- -- --
. and voied: down. That, the professions of regard j ,lood,) our democratic Electors the previous away slavery in tie District of Columbia.-'j and treacherous .enlint who will not, or dar Resolred, That the Committee 0: tb
:: ': for the South by df-nncra's! : of the Xcrth djy at Cherry Lake, which I regretted for the He could not deny this, for there stood record. not, sound the .m. <' Judiciary be instructed, forthwith, to report
The Democratic Electors will address the | Wo 'believe that, in the existing state of the the following! bill : .
all false and hollow hrartrJ. That Mr.
were : credit of We
our county to hear. democratswish ed his ,that effect. Does this claim!
' ; VAX BCBEX was a Northern man with II r.o b -tter fun thin to sit and our people at thp following places, viz : vote to I t public mind, without ejfarts on the part of //*? Be it enacted by the Senate and House of

:' : Southern principl(' "-and that Mr. CASS whig friends bui'd'! up, joint by joint, the tee Co. Fletcher's School house, Gadsden County, make him sound man for the South ? Yet l ;, wings not yet put forth, Lewis Cass: is almost Representatives of th United Stales of Ameri.

.'s .. : would! prove just such another. lie chargedGen. j I i lossai! amt work: of old Z.vc and :!1LLRD- Saturday, 9th September. this is not all. In : speech he made when i certain lo be elected President in November ca il Congress assembled, That an act passed

. : .: CASS with being opposed to slavery: it is to refreshing to see it crumble in turn before Near Chattahoochie, GaJsden County, Tuesday presenting Abolition Petitions to Congress,, t next. Wo are compelled to this belief most by t the GOfcrorant Legislative Council of the
and Wilmot Proviso and thegarbled I I reluctantly,', l I.y what we see nnd know of the Territory o Florida, approved by tbe said
f: man: quoted: the moral force oT truth and justice, I after, usual, disavowing any desire to interfere .
: extract from his : the' I. a 12th int.Qiiiucy t. a j i state of public feeling- and the lack of proper (;u\'crnn on the 5h( day of March, 1842. en.
: pamphlet against admi'i teied by our democratic artisinn. We
He said that he in !! Ga-Mnn County! Fridi, 15th inst. I with slavery! in the States, he used the i effmt. Doubt it, deny il, tcish il olherwi ice as ti''!'c.?, An :i'l l II prevent ihe future migration
.: quintuple treaty. was enjoy it-t/r d >. I hae no time to give you *
;.'i fav r of the Proviso; during; the first session '| a sketch of Col. hLTO 'S ere BenHadVn.Wukulla". Tuesday, lob iuot. following langmge : I we may, tho whig party, especially in the of liee negroes or mu'attoes to this Teritor

. ? : that it was introduced, but that at the next :i fort.\&I Suffice it to that Mr.masterly CABELL'Shiauhl Marion Roads, Jefferson, Wednesday. 20lh.Micco W7iile he Jillh8, he conceived that as a rtiz". North, is apathetic, indiHerent, inactive, comj and for other purposes,' he, and same
I- session he of say 'onkie, Lou County Friday 22 J. of the Stlof w'.tlt York an l a TI'mb" j pared with what it should be, and with what hereby, disapproved, and shall henceforth L
professed a change I
opinion on and branded I OLD
,. so nicely painted House. HE WAS IN FERESTED IN THE CLAIM .
Lako Jackson School House, Lco.i, Saturday il must be if it lo win the t
ol lorce.
the obtain be expects victory. no
to lIe
( .
1 :. Presidency. argued : lay in beautiful confusion amidst the TO PROPERTY IN MAN WITHIN THE DISTRICT
.:tr;.! .f.. that Mr. CASS was an old man, and his :I!I Zc.}.thunders of democratic applause which j I 23J inst.r.I I OF COLUMBIA. lie referred to the iffect. j This is a very different key to that upon Mr. Briggs moved 'to suspend the rules that
The Slate and Electoral! candidates .
Whig : I in 'hQrl. the adetttie.mentt
: ..' : -. opinions well settled, and that: he coulJ not greeted its prostration. which was lrofluu,1 by I which the Courier pitched his voice a few the resolution might be acted on. On this

:;':..;.; ': :. '.. have undergone an honest change of opinion | .Mr. CABHLL rose to rejoin, with, a? Ithought are respectfully in tho di cussion.f invited. to attend, and parlUi. purchase in and, (trimportation ofthii city of cornutet, "". The with pro-fie I j weeks since. motion the yeas and nays were taken, and

;4 .. ;:: so suddenly. Mr. C. then helJ tip to the pub. I I the mental exclamation rising to the pate pie .,that section of the t/lntr."behaved staeery /.: Tbe following we clip from the New YOlk the motion 66 104
.1N"; 'l' ::i L.: lie gaze two pamphlets which ho said purported surface : A kettle of fish this." He be improprr. AND THAT IT SHOULD NOT EE, was l.jl"ced-8Jes noes -
I I .pretty We have been to alter tie TOLER.TED." Mirror, the oldest and staunchest the candidate for Vice President of
. .c :;. .' lo W. a history of the life and public began by saving he had hoped to meet Gen. requested I Taylor pa. W'big

: :. ervices of (.en. LEWIS CASS (the same hum. BROWN there to defend tbe whig party: -but appointment of the Democratic Electors film We might extend l this article indefinitely, per in the North :- the United States, MILLARD FILLMORE( ,

"" :. bug which :Mr.: MANGCX got up in the Senate: ) I. he found himl1 ca1td on to meet the reputed Newport to Ben Haden, Wakulla county'- by referring to all his votes in Congress on Whigs of.Yel rok!-If you don't want with Slade, l nho! and.SaltonstaUt voting

:..,....: he endeavored to show manifest: difference I champion \ and a man who had We therefore make the change, and announce the subject' slavery, and showing that they Le\'is Ca8 for your President; you must go to AYE !-Same session, p. 337.
;:;.J"' ; : in them, although he said they purported to I that day proved himself to be, perhaps, the work. We mean to Meil: the trlih and shame .
f ; l he the same, the one intended for circulation: that a Democratic Barbacue will be given at were invariably against the South. But, awe These extracts fit the and leave
? ablest democratic speaker in the State. He t"P devil, (and the whigs, too, if wo can,) and fint.
&>,*.:t.-. '\ttbe North, and the other at the South. At- I fumed away his half hour allowed for rejoinder Moore's Store, Ben laden Precinct on TUTS- have often before, in ll is paper, shown his we do not hesitate to say, that (he hig party not a loop-hole! through bdl th advocates

- i. :t'.:vrtftj : though Mr. MANGCM fully aC'Guinedfro!\ CASS 1 but never succeeded in rebuilding his day the 10th inst., at which our Whig friends utter unsoundness on this subject, we will of this city deserve defeat for their apathy." of Fillmore can crawl through.And .

j ....'t'3.. Irom having any participation in this transaction 1 fancy a'ructure, and never reached bimself or are invited to he present. rest here for the present.Let I General Apathy" will be Ihe death of the now we put .the question, Can (
) ;: ; yet Mr.\ CABCLL here in Florida: en. ': attempted a defence of his lh
: no Southern man ba by the I federal parly. The truth is, that little : of Florida vote for such 1 he
deavored to connect Mr. CASS with it dl"cevet any a man I
: ( by asverting I TIIROP vote. He spoke of nnd a pope
*,:: thai which, from the na'ure of things II j rare specimen, two numbers of the exhibier life of Gen.I a. Millard Filmore's Letter. silence of this letter with reference to slavery popularity that Gen. Taylor once possessed, is any {' than Giddings J Have they not

JiPi : 1 could not have been 'o. lie (Mr. C.) stated I I CASS, differing, a he alleged: in some plHlic.I It is said that a drowning mali will catch in the Ter or It is not slavery in Ihe I rapibly disappearing dUpite all the efforts of both allays voted the same way on questions

I .' : ; 'that :Mr. WESTWORTH took one of tbe e pam. I ular, on the last page. Dieadful but failed at straws," in the hope o saving himself. So State of which FILLMoRE speaks, that Wil. the leaders. They can't get the steam. slavery ? We challenge the whigs to .hotv
: 11'.. -t .hlels: that were intended for circulation: at the to thing milake-ihe it seems in the of the Fillmorife of ,the 1
: siy any a\oullhe slight cay mot Proviso men and Abolitionists wish to interfere I The following is from ihe Eyra! Cuurier- the contrary and we tender them the use if
t. :..:, "South, and going to Mr. Cass, ask-"i him if mistake which he made in his When when their !
writing South.
:: "" .v- i they are sinkiug, with. It is in the Territories tbe whig : of Lorain Ohio
slavery -
county columns for that Dare
e approved the news therein stated: and I that: ; organ ; our purpose
.. ,'. in which! he, in his zeal to place Mr. t IM
have failed the
-S.... ;(he d'
.;"'4r .:art of the Mr. CASS replied "that of their candidate, when almost tbe FILLMORE of this sub. stated in exchange pnpers both from abroad
>Vi country. J him falsely before his, (Mr. WI.NTHROP'S) abolish. says nothing tell the people he is sound, and urge
: !Ie would see about it." Now it so happens | constituents in Massachusetts, and which Mr. last ray of hope is departed we find them eagerly ject, but he does he has no doubt that all > and from portions of this State, 'Ohio is all ION them to vote for him ? If he cannot I, defended .

'i&? bat these pamphlets[ were dated about the i Wi.vriiRor had him to correct ; but tbe letter grasping at a traw-we might well accord say with bit sentiments J right, and will surely give her vote for Tay. ,
: ah: of June I think, anti it is a well known | having been, Mr. CARELL alleges, already his acts a ex. lor.' There must be a mistake ome\vhere. why do they not come out, like honest
a tho shadow of a straw, to save their cause.
> .
.,.Wijfh* fist that Mr. CASS!! left Washington for Mich. I sent South, he could not find it !iN his heart to say pressed in his letter ; and we have shown that, j The Sate may be carried for Taylor, but men and abandon him ?
Read below what Mr. FILLMORE has thrownout
... ':. an on the 29h: of May previous. So this I publish a short caid in the Florida papers, his acts, his voffs, declare that it is not beyond there a cloud of uncertainty about it. In We will not believe I tat the people of Florida

.C-f: :r**; .!.ory Mr. CAD ELL'S is evidently a sheer faricalion cautioning his constituents to notice the fact, for their benefit-it is what Southern jurisdiction of Congress or a violation oj j' this county, but few of the whigs will vote for will forget attempted interference by

;: ; !' of some body's. As for Gen. TAV- or the imma'erial error, that all thai portion whigs rely upon, when they assert that upon the Constitution abolish slavery in the TER. (Ilhe nominee, and on the Reserve the whigs Northern abolitionists wiih! our laws for the

pH; ;L LOU he WM all glory and every thing we could of his letter which went to reconcile them to the suhjec of slavery: "no man is sounder"tban will not give a majority by several thousand.

';' .It in a President, but did not allude to one :Mr.\ WINTHROP, a mistake, placed him he to stand the RITORIES. Why did ho dodge this question !! Unless then, there are numerous accessionsto security and preservation cf our slave proper.

. jc. ; :;::. ...f his letters. Mr. C. then went into a laoied falsely before the,a people of Massachusetts, none more ready the by in his letter ? Because his sentiments" I the Taylor vote, from (he democratic ranks ty. I was a gross and unparalfelled outrage

\. '. defence of Mr. FILLMORE from the and was withdrawn. Oh no, that was a grey Constitution anu the rights of South 1" are (he samo now, and he knew if he were to in the southern nortions oflb Stale, Taylor 0 our lights-ar> outrage which even the
< :; .1i Charge of Abolitionism. He said he N. Y. July: 31, 184S.lion. I loses Ohio. Politicians who deal in figures :
I'.' was astound horse another color-but his time expired. ALBANY be open in expressing them, ho would lose of Fillmore in this State must look
i-t. ; .lo.! .' on that subject, as Mr. CASS, and,to su.itiin Cu!. MILTON rose for (he purpose of handing John Gayle, Southern Be does may regard this a a rorl"c statement. We supporters:
voles. not not
i?:.. :" : his assertion, garbled an extract from Mr. out a little more grape-but such a scud. DEAR SIR : I have your letter of the 15th instant. guledbf are not willing that our friends of the press upon with disgust and resentment. Then why

.4r4:5.1' r \THEBTO.N'S resolution.! hut carefully avoided ing-such a geting down stairs as seized our but my olEcul duties have been 10 pressing that I say he is opposed to the Wilmot Promo. should believe tbat the greatest unanimity support him Why not turn him over to the

\ t : 1. tny allusion! to the others. He then attemptrd I whig friends, I never did see. It was in vain have been*. compelled I had alo to delei neglect mined":lo y private write no contspondent leltei- This is what we want to know. It is an in. preail among the whigs of Ohio, when it is n.HnLurners where ho properly lieongs7Let !

:;"r. .. J to disprove the assertions of Mr. McALLtsIEB thtlbt youn and g ilUnt CALL called out lo for publication bearing upon the context in the approaching .. suit to us to repeat his views about slavery in a never before was so much dissatI the people remember the courte of the

," : Georgia, in relation to a certain han..I whig frienii to stand and surrender. canvau. liul] I you desire tome informa I I i faclion and bolting, particularly in the northI .
the his views about
: never Sta es, when we ask for wh'g leaders, and hod! them to a strict account -
:. oCt under which he saw Mr. FILLMORE speak If broken tion lor jour own satisfaction in regard lu lie chage portion of the olate."
; a deadly plague 11\1 suddenly out brought against me from Ihe South slice slavery in the Territories. Such evasion cannot j I for thus to deceive them
n the Slate ol New Y k. Mr. C. attempting Ito
f says there could have been ibis is for ih
I' upon they hardly more ex.peditious Iluetioll have concluded lo slate briefly cfiy posi row very cheering news ?
J' -\: teeing Mr. MCALLISTER'S. statement, in a in geling out of its way. Pell mcll tion. deceive the merest child. I whiggies. Iflheir own pap"r can t conceal the true c ar"tt of Millard Fillmore.
5.' t-"i' he cut it out, had it trans While I there much The famous FILLMOKE letter which Mr.
uews.papcr all they went leaving their gallant leader, and a was in Congress scat agitation tl.eir fears, the f r@lKc must be poor indeed,
.yr: ) milted tu Mr. FILLMORE, an interrogatory : few of his loyal comrades face the stormingand on Ihe right ol ,ttitin. My vole \\ill doubt- CABELL is exhibiting about the country, is no for old Zack.: We have a few more extracts T aylcr vs. Taylor.
teas be lound recorded uniformly in favor of it. The
:t (' -.i as to its com'ctnt"S. He then produced final democratic battery. was a broad rule which I acted was, that citizen doubt of a similar character to this letter to I of the .same sort" left.Two .
I upon evety pre- .I confers while I have great Frincirttwlirh
: r \ 4.nd read a teller, which i he said was Mr.I'ILLXOKE'S I side iml ed. Hero the Ihe C.dinal
discussion to the that
J regular t-nting a rcsptctlul petition body by Judge GAYLE, and the strength of it ho will regulate mv political life I am rot sue-
-444 ::," reply to his interrogatory. This ended. Constitution had the power lo grant or refu!e Ihe upon races rienlU lamiliai with all the minute detail of pfr1icjl !:!-

"''s letter denies all participation on his part t in any Mr. CA EI.L (hen resumed the stand, and prayerof it,was entitled lobe heard ;and therefore' is trying to delude the people as to the true There is not a single question on which legislation lo give solemn pledges to exert m?'
ucb Mr. MCALLISTER describes but the petition ought lo be received and con ulerrd.- character of set out this or defeat' that ur.J b \'
:J't scene its made extra himself locally mta
:. an speech throwing on If right and ttaIUH\ble. I the prae of it should be war peo. Gen. TAYLOR has expressed an opinion, upon / hold opinion teAM I t"rtl0t
concealment. no
.- .'ld'. declines giving' his opinion. on the cuhjort of the sufferance of the meeting \lit. then spoke granted ; but if wrong or unr.amablt., it should be pIe to beware of that letter. If i is an honest which he cannot be claimed on both sides no rradily proelaim to m.v a"'I&/t nttymen" ;
*I Thi I letter u nothing in itself I f I but of hijt Wi.vniRor Justified it denied. I think vote whether the
.f. 41'.i .rery. vote. e my reception policywhichma
al ion matter
) one, there need be fear of its but crude inij re3. .
no seeing \VO.
Air. C. is making noise about it and of petition the consideration of Ihe resolution Thus, in relation to the acquisition territory, are .
; $ } great justified il before (be people of Madison, and he tight Inda and wrong to-morrow perhaps
.+ ;:. :. it appear to me if he intends dealing fairly as the cold chills ran over me like a shower I *han.will none b found of consistent with documents I this rule. here (he light. If they are afraid to publish it, and he wrote in his letter to Gen. GAIE ; noli Ihe best test* ue fitne for office. One who

l.., b i Lis constituents, be should publish it. Jus. '1.lh,1 I menially exclaimed, alas how fallen 1! they bein; at my my lurmtr Congressional residence in Buffalo, air) yet use it prixately, the just indignation of all .It seem* to me, the most judicious course to bepursued cann t be trusted without pledge"cannot Extract be rC1f.frcnTaylor't

;4k$4r: ice 10 Mr. MCALLISTER, a well a* the peo. His political doom is written. I sec I the hand.writin have I acce!to an}' papers or memoranda !:0 r.frt.h honest men should be aroused and directed against on our part, would be lo lake po*"es3inn at dPI in merelv.lllutn on letter.cc"unt of them. -
recollection but think at time while in once of the line we would accent hy negotiation extending .
Florida some
;. plo demands this nfbisn. Hut oii the and October will make it my ; .
per. the
authors and abettors of such at-
Mexico Ihe
wal Gulf of
Conarres I look occasion lo state in *obatance my from the to Pacific,and 'Tother Side.
haps it WM intended for circulation! in thislatitude frightful, to lo one of oH. No one iuth. the keep what we already have .
; a a views on the subject slavery 8lales.Vlelh. tempted imposition. LET LETTER SEETHE occupy same O possession -
( .1",1'. (A friend at my eiixnv stig. : replied to his WINTHROP defence, as it was er I be remark were or nO am uable TiE of, and that together with Tampi'o which .\\ill you, if elected WE THE VTiLCTForiso
;'r.: :: getlcthat 4i Mr. C. is known to have exhibited -: wilbb.J until after the regular debate walco'f'd say, but I the llb.tince rpl.letl l'l slavery LIGHT The people demand it. Honesty I hoie; to take in the course of next month (or a hou Id tbat measure pass Congress ?

a certain other letter under faie color in I would, of course, have been indeli as an cvii,wt one with which government requires it. soon a< I can procure the means of ranportalion.) .. B. M. McCOXKEVrBATOX
Columbia had nothing t tv do. That by the Consilulionoftle would give u* on this side of the Sierra Madre
{ the county in 1843, this may L one of do so. U. Stale the whole power over that question The whig of Lowell, Mas, want the large and u soon a occupy Saltillo( will include seven : ROCGC, La, Feb. 151S.
I "i- came aor.) Enough. Madison will render I proud ver. wa vested in Ihe several Stale whrro the institution Caw scud puller flag in that city removed, tinder the States or Province" .Sin : In repU tntowr inquirif ./*<"*'*i' ("**

4Y" Mr. QABELL disapproves of the diet in October and November. O-ir peopleare wa tolerated. If Ihey reftardedjt a* a blessing plea that it frighten bore.n-(Mi* Staletman.To If this recommendation bad been carried you t"l Ant la down dl aprineiplt.flOe t."gir.smy
; : Compromse: of the Territorial qlealiol beginning to wake up, like the lion to they had a onltitutioDal rithttu enjoy il and if they opinions upon prejudge in any tay''t C5-
\ hi which the Nashville Union
replies than of Mexican
J an it an evillh purer and kneW : nut, no less six Slalt'sI tA
1 and considers sit abanJnnmentof' the lights' shake the dew from his mttn Set us down regarded as I nom> '"tN.nl of ro'tty ""Ull IU&tlUUf
: be-t how to apply the remedy. I di j4 not conceive All fudge about the horses being It annexed this the no "
frightene. would have been to country political parties of tovrttry
't.)4: of the South, and says I.e voted: against layingit for safe. Yours truly and in baste. that Congress bad anv power over ".or wa in anyway is the hob-Uiled coons who are Mled. they /would or would not Jo:were J elected to the Fret
;, & ?' upon .the table in the House, not because he responsible f. r its continuance i t in |l h. severalStale have got old While fo a candidate they proclaimthemselves The other face, however, be presents in his ideney nftbe United States; and that In the east

approved it, I but' .becau e Le wished to gel i We nsk proof of Gen. Can's fisedness.Ala. ." *where it eiUted. 1 Lave e&Urlaioed DO other MTtl famous Allison letter. He said : presented in your letter. I regret to add! 1 see no
sentiments this subject, since I examined it .
"I. under cnsi4r'lrnl, 1 thud a sub titue( might Jour. ufficienlly ( an opinion1and Idcobt ant, that t The principle of our government a* ,rl as it* rea on (or departing from clnwmle<'Tnm'| %U for the
1 : : .>. 0&re4. H. expressed his preference for Wait until the 4ih March next, and there all my act*. public for and private "i b* found i accordance 03": The Indiana Sentinel announces the true policy are opposed to the subjugation other *eutiroeiil my piofoond lowardme which veto bstvt".

. 1 ;4ni the Missouri Compromise line and thought will be D mistake abort the "jixednft of with this view. recent brilliant re.ul of the election i that nations and the dismemberment of of the other ('unlr. frfndl to'.prcssI; remai*;wr, i. est.wsP1Ct.pleiied '

' 'I'4'i hit that' would) be A air and equal dw.riullon Gen. Can. HA will be settled in the White I have the honor to b*MILLARD.FILLJJORE.
of the.Territory; b 'twr.en (be North.andi.'j House, to a dead certainty, for' four years j alluding t the ( that Gen. CAM foreign of ground.'" I. 1.
'r A letter, thin, for a Southmn' J lati.at !. fua "e .
: Sih.gilil <. each "La If and half, thus from hat trf-CoMfiu, il. cunning


-.--- -----.-- -------_1 _-. *" l i l : ''J 'M2--------

' -

r -T : : : : : : i i: tzi :t iiii :

-- .
.5Thm rtlajpr Ward. Never TraM Flllsnore. i', n dn anything t : seiredycootzovarsieL. _J Wihio' N ot1ce.t II Fire Inroranc f *

ft.. pobliab the following from Maj. WARDtfih Deception, and an attempt to deceive, are I through the two BOt.e of CI'Wp exptrlse.itrnng'de>ire to know.rbo wrote SIX months alter date shall apply to th* HOD I By the ,Ana( l losoranfe COttpanj

able articYs of sla. of Probate (or tbe County of JefTerson.
P' He is right in suppo.ft equally base. Mr. FlLLXoRz'.letler, though those In (arM extending
peat for letter of dismission as Administrator de bonu OF HARTFORD, COXNCCTIC1JT.Tin .
was not our intention to misrepresent' an attempt to satisfy the South that be is will Mr. Can on the Irish Belief BUI. tory, and the editor ga.df Gen. Lass fur abe run or Karqvbai Macrae l.leof raid County. dec'd. Company still confinnes her Aper :11'
;. the occasion alluuVrl! to. Cat the }f.. tit, which his whole life and political course It has been asserted in parts of the country auiiror ; b4sA4noreipectaihm then of ever RICHARD HARRISON. ,,". 1 he l"Oh'rtDf'U.nd tbili'j of .
I oa being r lid ,t be lived ia a State opposed Jet September 9, lS4. S Cm
t ">n County. ; the for the :tat thj.'H i,, it a i2.cient
Company yea
InoW assertion which chal- flatly contradict by prominent Whig orators that Gen. CASS, i
too veil
mikes an we wears flimsy a to lo sfveryTfJ'dar&iiot then claim the creditof guarantee of her soundness. She has .f,<>d the Irs

tg him to substantiate. He )' succeed in its purpose. We have elsewhere I in the U. S. Senate, opposed the bill rt"prted such_ !labor/and we nwy. well suppose be A Card. ;I nf all the great fire in New York and: other pait of

0 Mr.( Fillmore had on miny occasions, TO. shown that i il! only proves him to be where we by Mr. CEITTENDEX, which appropriated wrote-bis reafspntiments, so that whatever MISS SMITH respectfully informs her friend the United Slate, and so arranges tier business that
that the exercise her, riot allowin
the public generally I 01 I ino one fire can cripple injure ]
the South, so much so as to excite have for the relief of the of Ireland doubt there nuybc on his. 'Olber principles, .
ttd with always contended he was. And where 8500,000 People her SCHOOL will be resumed upon Monday.Ihe 2d I her Ajcefits to take over a certain amount of ri k in

; lie decided opposition oft hi Abolitionists, and is that 7 Why, just where the body of, and Scotland suffering from the great calamity there can -b* n> doubt that in supporting the October. She take this occasion tu return them any one block, and avoiding alt town built entirely. '
l his name is ,und in' many insfaners side great Ila'eo.hoder&octrin.! to the utmost extent, ; thanks for Iheir lorrner patronage and solicits'its of wood.

liat with well known Southern men." Not them Abolitionists are. Is GIUDIXOS an scarcity and famiue. he acts out disown principle; : and Southern I continuance for the future. Trims as u.ual. I All risks are eltled promptly, agreeably l tn It. .

bv side The and zeal with which Gen. September 2. ISIq. 7 M j drcU'ntion in the policy. We are Ibanklul for the
broad assertions and Abolitionist 1 Even he said in Congress last eloquence men may sa rely trust him, but it is ji.st as cer. I.
are and friends call henever
Ties are pre. past p troua<;e. brg our
I be made with an to the proofsupport I IIQmrd winter that he did not desire to interfere with CABS bas been denounced for OPPOSING Mr. lain that no m
to eye I CBITTEXDEX'S Bill is the irucl 57inVJudg] Wilson himself is,my SALE Apply to favorable term a> any Company <>l squid! tandicz. C
slavery! in the Stale and, looking further only equalled by ,
IItrtuar to Ih m. But will Major I ; authority for ibis statement, and if he be living FOR I". t H. GREENBERG 4. CO. J. R. I rORTHNF Alettl.
back, we find the following his outrageous eloquence and zeal with which Gen. CASS AI the Tin XannCactory.TJah i
4 or any rthfr whiz. have the goodness among will repeat the same. September ?, 1S4S. 7
WAS, Anzust 1t IMS. 4
did in it both his lrt'
Creole resolutions : fact, by speeches -- I .
I furnish this proof to the country ? We are I StPORT Estray taken UpcN t
to and the occasion. Aio-'fter Whig Dr.6erltr.-1 Enoc I
SetohrJ. That
prior to the adoption of ourFedtal on
I anxious to see it. and we promise to puhlithIt } Moore, the candidate for State Treasurer I Mondav,21_ t instant, a .\rrol mare !
eai-h of the unreral States corn. whig .
.1 I Cuntltllon. 'ro correct wonderful 'l'IF.! co-partnership herelofore esNtiriE lefwun
so a misapprehension a Maze face and white hind .
; world through our columns. Wedo posing .. exercised full and exclusive one
tbe juris- in Illinois las addressed the following
to diction. lo.on of Gen. CASS' in relation the suffering I _ ,foot, about tenor twrlte jesr* old The I I I thnbscrtbii.'aadisolVidhymOtUalC't5Prts'fl :
f b'lieve, (without' dlsrerpect to the Major, ,) o>er subject of slavery within its, own position ler to the Quiicy Whig. He hall been for oituer i* requested to come forward, prove prop ely thC 2.:,ih July li not TerrUor! and full continue
.jjjt'Millard!: Fillmore ever pave a single ro'efavorable I I abolxh it at rlpa.mf.pO.f'ue povterto or Irish and Scotch, it is only, necessary to I, years one oftLe most prominent Whig in the pay expenses alI.lta'e. her >\\v. :11''bhrtzt\.I to close tt.. business J W.of the SHERWOOD.firm. : .
place ogain before the the State : '
Rfto'eed That by adopting Constitution. public eloquent .
in which; ( I. N. DRAKE.
: to tery, Giddings, or Tallahassee Aujrnst 26, IS4. fi 4t $2 .V
part <>f the aforesaid p'\er were delegated to the speech ol Gen. C.S delivered in the Senateon : SPRINGFIELD, July 14, 1348. SAMUEL QUAIL.
gaje: or Hale: would n<>t hate united ; and Federal Goternmrnt but were reserved by and still Editors the > Tallaha-tiee, :. tS49. f
I I of QtinryYh g: Six Hundred Dollars.ITTANTED AugJ J
that occasion Hero it in and :
to, each of the States we commend
tre do bei: \'f', and have proved it, and can pertain se.era1 GENTS-Hating seen my name suggestedin to immediately, Liz 4 4'T"IF

it again if denied, tint his vots were !I Do the!R rex-dutions prove him no abolitionist it to the careful attention liberal men I I your paper as a suitable candidate, upon V" V dred Dollars purchase tn Specie.August llun'I' Florida Exchange. .

prove recorded ? Would: the South support him upon of both parties : the whig Stale! ticket, for State Treamredeem -, I 19. ISIS. 5 S. S. : .i''srriHer will continue Ihu lnuiness ef the 4 I
uniformly :1.gaint't'11 kno"'n.Solrtbern I Him .l the old stand where he will at all times
i he strength of such resolutions notwithstanding The national which held it due l It yourselves aryl the whig
calamity partyof .
great .
1 1 men. Who will disprove; this ? i Notice. b hpp> l In 4'f' tbe old friends of the h u-* and lh. I
his ir.famous declarations and acts rela. Ireland during the years 1B4G-7, wa de. the State, h say lo >ou that: I have hereto puLiit J.nf'ralyPerllon.. indebted 'o the firm wll

.',- in-What i is the reason that Major ling lo in the Territories J plored and lamented by all. -The appalling fore acted wih the wl.i; party, but as that ALL persons" Lain hat. inj sate claims of Benton against County the,dt'C'estate I.t'd.of I 1 t'taaae call: and settle their acci'unl< hi an eitlv day. 1

W.U1D, in his numerous able speeches before sa"fr' :o-ft and distressing scenes which occurred in that jarty have ajandmed those issues, the ad. are requested to present them duly authenticated ISAAC N DRAk'E.A .

the people, has never jet adduced a single from it. Then neither! ought she to support unhappy isle, attracted the attention: of every vrncement of which: I have heretofore( deemed within the lime preCnbd b.' law. or they will be iiv"t :. l lIS.t 3 Sentinel copy. I

FILLMOKC. for the laciest of the and the debarred ; and all person indebted! to aid estate are
: philanthropist. In the United States Senateon country, as Groceries. i
nilmore on :
vote *, any question ofblatery, requested to mate immediate payment to
Again-Were those who assembled at the 26th of February, 1617, Senator Crit principles of the t m.1Cratic patty have been I C. T. JENKINS. ) S" S. KNIGUTc..ntinu-e to '.e-i.II b, ."ry r..
iide by side with well kucxrn Southern long and tried anJ Aditt',. ._ set frm New Orl an.. LARGE SUPPLIES OF t
| Bijfftlo to nominate .free.soil" candidate tenJen. of Kentucky ported a bill: appropriating tho-oughly pnnen essen- JOHN B. ALLEV. S .fa,
i. raen I" If be Las toted ** on many occa- I $500.000 e for the re'ief ( the lially correct,._I feel it my duty: hereafter to Benton County S. ., August 2ti, I4S"S'i Cm I.OfR.. BACON AND GKOCEKIES. He makes -..'
j the Harnl.urners f New York the anti-sla- J peo. il the interest of every bu\er tocalland see him bo-
; lions," as is aliedged, of course it is an easy > pk-! Ireland: and Scotland, suffering from the support ihou measures which I am convincedare I Attachment. (fore they pert with their cor>.,. if

o trr to cite one instance. Who has done I j very men of :lasscLusets of Ohio, and otber great calamity of scarcity and minc." The for the general good, and being from this Injustice's Courtfor t/'t 2rl District ofLeon County. .'.ugus: .'), 1S4S. 3

I States, and the Abolition of hill was supported by General CASS in the following time, a rmuher of the democratic party, I ; .i.iI
it t. or who will da it, or who cnn do it ? supporters Justus R Fortune, Agent} By the President of the United
and hardly need lo decline the honor which ihe .
speech.He .
Mr. Fillmnte hicselftells Ilule-were these abolitionists ? Even they pertinent eloquent rt. Debt $_ 7 >. States.
Afld again- us .. (
said : As one m of this body he partiality of my friends has seemed disposed R. H. Whiting. )

h a letter which ill be found in another col. I adp'ed th.f Qwin. resolution : felt: obliged to he Senator fiom Kentucky for to bestowed HI me as a candidate for office. fglUC defendant: and all other interested are t. gk

com, that be uniformly voted while in Con- .Jltso'neJ I'nin'i winch, !1\'lr in its I the existence several, ,State olItJ.n fI the motion he had submitted, anj for the appropriate I You will (lease pubisb: the above in"ur _M hereby notified i of the commencement of n"el I
I depends jtiit by attachment returnable to a Justice Ccnrt
gross, favor ofrecricing; abdilian pftiiions, I upon Ito SI ate loss alle. which cannct be repealed remarks with which he bad introdu. paper, to praent any embarrassment on. the to be held at Tallahassee on the 13th day of November I J*

and all resolutions llicir 1 lor modified b\ the fc.denlfmlnt, and for which ced it. He has expressed my sentiments.Iul part of those who might! otherwise: be di po!. A. D. 1549. 1 }l

against against r ecp- i law that I;" 'rnmt'nt is not reoonsibe' We,thre- with an eloquence peculiarly his own. While ed to suppm me as a candidate for Sate: Given tinder my band anJ seal this 23d day of '

tan And it will l bs found, by examination, .:, fore ;propose nr. intrrfrrenceb. Congress with slavery Treasurer.Veryr. .\uDu l. A. D. 1 SolO. .
is unknown in the
physical want our ,
will.1 the Ilmt; cl any Stale" country EDWARD M. WEST [r. I ] '
that be Toted to receive petitions praying Ihe I Now, are we to be told that FILLMORE is angel of death i is striking down the fanmhing ob't serv'l.ENOCH Justice of tbe Peace. 9I'P

a Abolition slavery in the District nf Columbia population of Europe, and especially the suf. MOORE. August 21), 1545. C 2n 1
to be by the South as a sound, re. ,
and in the Territories, Florida Icing one ; supported fering people Ireland. The accounts which Hauled : pursuance -,1 1 I,.. I. J Mol ES K. rOL!. Pre I.; '
the PainesvilleO Notice.
i j liable man, because he expresses precisely : reach us from that country indicates a state of awn "a.The. 1 dent of ll.e United States: of America do hereby '

.fthenz !! Thee totes were uniformly given ;, these same views ? And that, too, when we I distress, in extent and degree, far ( ) Telegr, a whi; paper of high standing 'A PPLICTION w ill be made to the next General I,I' declare and make known that r-noLc sale* will be ItI'
in opposition to the well known wishes of elcecdiu. located in a county which is good for I 'TX Assembly! of Florida for an act of inc..rporationI? hei.l at the undermentioned Land OtErt i iri the State ..

the South as expressed by resolutions and :( find him voting in Congress side by side with any previous experience in moer I 1200 xvhignajority ordinarily puts up Van to authorize a company to construct a Rail Road trom I' of FLORIDA_ the }>enods hereinaitcr dcsigr."ted. !
is the reach i
a case beyond private charity.Its the I
Cedar Ki-ys.or II one point on Gulfeoa.it to wit : f1
I such men, that it is not a violation of the Con I Buren and idatns and it The
the votes of our representatives j fountains are drying up Vefore the magrii.tii'e goes Mrong. J 10 the St. Marj' River. ,or lump e'.i! :iLlepo.nton the I At the land oCce at NEWN.NSVILTt.cvuiiaen.

And yet, says Maj. WAED, What I dd; !I stiiu'ion to aJfjl'ixh slarrry in the Tc nines of the evil. It is a national calamity Telegraph lays that Tcounty will vote the Atlantic coast, f>r the St. Jol-n RIver. I tin; on Monday tie ninth: da/ of Octofer next, ftfthednposal I

Who denounce them. if we ilo not denounce and calls for national contributions. The I free soil'licket. Where is Taylor! now /-I A'lgiHl I I lt I SI*- '> 3m I ot ihe public lan.-is sitnattd within the ] .
tar was, that Mr. Fillmore hid, ox MANY He i is biigdeserted in all sections. JtJ-: The :ewi. Jacksonville and herald! St. Au- I un.lermentioned townships ant parts of townahips.
I I him also ? hug him to our if starving mi.lions; have no i'cypt where they i KUalinr. wilt publish the al!>,vr three month*, aoJlit.'tld viz : .f'
voted with the South and that \\1) J:5oms __ i t'l
OCCASIONS, -- -- --
j I we Jc :-.' t.. : rn also T People of Hon.I can: go and buy corn, that they may live and I HTED STATCS AKSE.VAL.Fatetteville their a-c(ur.U to this olLce. South of the late lint, and Cast of the principal :0' J
his name is found, in many rVj-'x-irr, side not die.' From our of abundancelet I tnrnJian. 41
I Ida we wain you to IJC\ -.'" of a man who granary North Carolina. ) State of Florida. Tie: fraction! 1.11-1011'| iH>ven. situated east of j Ij _
( b" side with well kt.wn Sou'.hern: nvn us pour forth supplies. Ireland has: strong March 2, 1547. 5 '.
1 I the! Sun annen er,(except Sections one,eleven aiul ,
believe! hia sou..J Sn
requires to cow is v.:
,S When, where, ou what occasions Name : you I claims upon the sympathy of the UniiedS.ates.: Dr. FOTVIE tuelt.and the lracti- of tcwnship ten, east of I
I he tells; \ou his horse is sound, and There few of citizens who have I raid ix,4evenei2h'eennice-!
them The peop'e demand to know eptciali. are our not Dar Sr: Having used several bottles of Vita! I ; rI.-ert'\cepl( )
Irish blood! in their veins. That has teen. twmfy anJ lhirt ->iiecf range Icurteen.Fractional .
I \11f1 the cow'l limping gate and hoJo.\ horI country Balsam ( Wild Cherry in my tamil, for Ihe complaints -
The Majoi's note to us is ?s follows:! : I of the i lownshtp ttirly.si'l."rl seventeen. !t
prove Lor unsound-and so we warn you to sent out a large portion emigrants who fit which it i if recommended with decided Townships twenty-three and twtnH-ltur.. trod I
TALLMSASEE:. 7111 Sterther. IS4S. I ;
beware of a who to believehe have added numbers to our population, industry bencficia1 cited I cheerfully! advise my friends, and fractional townships thirt .nnt, thirM-six i thirtt- II
Ztilort of the Floiidian : man requires you I and to and the other and thirty-rune, cl ei/h- .
enterprise 0'11 capital, all othes who need a meJicine cf that kind, to I seven thirty-eight range
You ba>ein your last paper unintentionally no I is sound (In the subject of slavery! in the elements of power and prosperity which are t II I teen. .5, .
doubt, djne me inju-' c. ; ...-.Jlf/ to my remarks: t try it. II Townships; Iwenty-thrfe and t f'rY-'M1r' frartiinal 'Ii
Tcrriloriis, because he tells he is sound doing that mighty work, from the Atlantic! lo
itBea Had.n in r.jrard to !1r. Fillcaore. You le- you G. A. SCIIWARZMAN. I I township thirty-nne. to\n.hil"| a thirty-six .

port me .s syin;; that Fillmore has crrr st->odshoulder : upon the subject of blavery! the Stales, especially the Pacific that is already exciting the aclmi- N. B. 'IVe (] flioulJer with the S-'Uth." I hate I ratian of the old world and will stimulate of nineteen. .
to not ,
byi thirty-nine
when all his nets and \otes reconrnendation produced from States far distant I IT KNOWN to all the! people of this State i range
nadf either s.t Ben Up den or elsewhere: uh anarm3'n. proethat i ltt; the exertions of the new. Our Towns:tips I"en Iy-tt.reI, (except the wes'ern tier f I'I't .
{! example that, cl the Act of the General |
: he is sound with reference the where the cannot be known ; but having in pursuance .
: There is no puic man at the Northcr : not to person of Sections,) thirty-one, thirty-two; thirty-six; ; thirtr ;
population! of Irish descent have fought the Gth January. Isl7, and 41 h December -
..Jtii it CC1lj be madp-r.ol even }', urcflel .tpc l j I testrnonv from every State in the Union, we refer Assembly approved j -le\"en. tlirfy..ti: ht and thirty-nine, ol range '1
Territories. I ISJ1 "I and lGr, election! nllho :
battles of the with tfs much zeal and Chapter an .
il.At* erton. Wht I ssy all vho have doubt about the efficacy of this twenty i
any held at the several within Ihe on
mare had on na-iy occasion* oed wiin the S'l1lh.j I bravery as any class of citizens. And from precincts Town hips thirty thirty-cne and t tLulj-two.cf j ;
Florida. highly popular: and useful medicine, to their own Tuesday the 7th shy ol November next, to choose .
omnh so as to excite lite derided OPIbifl i:i i-f the the heights < f Abraham, where Montgomery I ran:e twenty-one. .
three Rtc ot 1'reside'it and Vice President ol the .
)lill"r.I.ltI.t and ih thii JDIi i ij found in minvia II IIA .A teljr3-tSc! i despatch to the New York Express I to the walls of Monterey, their Mood has neih'u rs who have used the article. I United States.t'/r? Townihis thirty, tlnrly-or.e. ttlir y.tw., thitliHl" ,- \

,:.QCCj side by kidc, with I well kno-\a SoutU.-a ( Irom TallstijeeIa..sis.. f.l Ee.ure ol counterfeits and imitation*-!jrups, and thirty-luur lance tweni\-!wo. ; .
> I poured out like water in ticli-nco; of liber Given vnd r my band and the great seal of the i .
t oen .'Gen Ta 1< pri.-| rtM are better in thU; State heel and af other of Wild Kttntin- At t.e! land .tl.ce.1 ST. ACGUSTINEenmntci.
preparations Cherry. S' te. at the Capitol, m T-ilULfcuee, this
I djnot drjbt tint \ou wm! r'nd-r ne j jnl"e: ; in i j tr.A.i siro.ih: aiv. oihT.' I i Iy.'e can now send to Ireland. not indeed L CAL j < cinzo't: tJm1tv.lhe sixteenth day of Orft.bernext. :
thi .::tf. I wish at the satnetiire to repair an "Very l'ru'J'e-'Jt' : if Irj?. it sh">ws Tax lorwhi' what she has sent to n', her children-those ber, hey only! imitate in name, without poosairg J7th d ay cf AnsiKfi\ tsts.VM.. D. MOSELF.T.By I I l fur the dispciai of the public lands within I the an. tI

errrrwmch I hate recetitu cornmittrd ill havnc.; : I' er.v lobe in a ra'iiu'rt'Uibid: f .* Florida wll I I we cannot part with-but food for their rela the rtues. Buy none bat the genuine ar.d cniralnSTJBTS i I th Governor Covei of Florida. I lerroention townships and parts of tnwn"nir-!.viz : j-j t
en one or two occasion*. imputed to Gen.; CaMs Ih* surely! g) ii.r Cj-3 and Butler jet ,'lor'2 H D' \ 1.LS.1..Mnf WILD CHERRY.S : I South nf the last line, ansi Ejst cf the principal :i1 .
e.'eatof! the Iruh I:lfe' bil!. A d.>u'.t was cs-J! ford: 1 i. ac""u"-Ipdg..d by his Iriends lo I i li\"es our friends, upon whom the b.Uc of God ncd I. BUTTS the A.E.MSIWuLL, I m r tlun. :,. .
carYll1 : nrappir.Fir of State.
p!fsed to me as to the ai'(uracj' of the ctaeml'nt. i iad bltr .t ot carrvin another State in the'I is heavily laid. In:1. petition presented yesterday I Secretary To>vn.''ips eizhteen nineteen and twenty a-d :'J _t
EARNRD Jr !, Tallahsse Au5a 19, 1SI3. 5
haiin. referred t'> the j mriuU. I fini) that Mr.: Uuion. -Campaign; (O,) Statrtman.Higiit I by the Senator from New York. was aslzestion sale by E. Drusqi* fractional lownilip hHCll-oce. cf range twrnfv- i

C. lost in tLe l1ou*p.1 friend, very right. That Florida ; which I am gratified lo find embo.ilied D. LADD, Newport and by Druggists ene- Fire and Marine Insurance eiirht.Fractiinal- .J .
I make tins reparation thr..ugh ><>jr coiuciiisfor all .t broutboullhe United States I torr.hip nineteen: and township twenty :
in the bill!! I the Senator from
own satisfaction not however "'IpoHrz; ; tat; it is will cast her vote for CAS and BUTLER is now reported by ____ __u ___ __ __ ___ BY IHC I rf range t"entj -nine.Tuwiiahip -
olaoy great impoxta--ce to Gen. Cass or iu. friendi. I|I ceitain. Oar accounts from all parts of the I Kentucky and which I should be happy to bee Notice.TilE Protection Insurance Company I wenfjfour and fractional townshiptwentyfive l' .

lie ject lull.: I I i carried into effect-to employ, in the trans-. ol range thirty. .
.: CEO. T. WARD. I Sate: give: perfect assurance of this. The p rtation of ptovisions, such of armed ships iub! ..crihcT, hate o-i Land for' ,ale a lar:e Of IVow Jersey Townships twe-ity-two and twenty-four, and fractional .

t Perhaps as a cor.c'udincr commentary! on "cnnl. (Whig) hich once predicted a clean j I I of the United States as are-not ale required for the j new SCINC( (ln% ii; only been used for AT SOMERVILLE, I : towrishiptvsenty.five.eeept( Strlc";tnelve, -1 ';
I' threiweeks: ) measuring' 115: to !120jard in l"nlh. I thrt: "ei, twenty-four and twenty-Jivt,) of range \ ;
the above, it may not be improper to append sweep for TAYLOR, is now belaboring its columns !. i I operations of war. It wjuid be 1 beautiful 'I Itribirte and U) to 12 ted depth. The ;price a'.Vid is f 3t> 00.I j I CAPITAL 8200,000-Chartered February 15-IS. thirty-one. 4ynshir.lwtnfynne.h"f'nt.tw"

the following testimonials! as to Fi :more'6 :' with far more interjections and hot exhortations I to th.advancing spirit of the ae. Themessenger li'ili more than half its actual value. Any party I Iwiihing I This Compai insures on Merchandize Furniture T;\ ,twenty-three re sand I
of death would thus become a messenger to engage in fishing can here meet with a | : twenty-fciur fractional tuvkosLipt twenty.fivc.
character from distinguished Northern men :' than consists with nn idea of success !I barain. Dnildmgf. Machinery Fcctcrifs.. and property generally of range thirty-two. 'cf I
I ) I of lift1 ; the agents of destruction a- in cMy! and coubtn. I '
MeNAUGHT & ORMOND. Town-hip nineteen, client 'nt'. two, tktff H 1/
vho know him for its ticket. It is to -
striving now more
: gents of preservation ; and our eajrle. which New port, September 9, 1SJS. 8 5t Sectiyn ten K filteen inclusive. Stttions Ivcrtj- Hone

Whig Testimony. |I make a decent run thin to beat us ; inasmuch '' has t.WI ILc"p them, and carried oir arms William DIRECTORS.Ed.vtud Pavson.X I to twenty-revert inclusive and Sccticns thirty :.

From Hon. LCT'I Lincoln of Massoclinsr! t ; I itS i wo* '!'d seem unpardonable! to blunter! a it I' to \c.y: crass of Ieand.ouM! thus become Notice. I Peter L. Thompson Strjker: Mjttf-ew RuJ,djlf, one, thutj-four! thirty-five' and thirty-six in fractional -l
this of has been montis after date, I shall apply tu the lion.I y.tk.1 t township taei.ty. toMnshiplwer.ly-onrt! 4
t signal J S.
". ** Associated with Gen. Tajlor! in th* nom. has rio.iH: anel inations the Convention ( IMuSiui: ') I I the signal of defiance.. I shall lend the bill teen, twcnty-f and twenly-firr) and tt-wrlhfri ..
, ui
by ( ; lpliia, All of ,.hidl." in the classic language of, fur letters of Jumission as AJiniiiislr-tor of Paul de William J. towns
; says Mr. L.,) is the name of Mr. Filimore II my support with great pleasure.. Milbabe. deceased. \VM. T1l0 frSO President.J. twentv-riveand twenty-six tanee thirty-tl -
TAYLOR, our lends kbroad rest RICHARD HARRISON. I Sections three four five. Sections nine tn fiJteeninclusive. .
i as the candidate f:>r the Vice Presidency. any II. VOORHECS. Secretary. I
red, gives .confirmation al n'hur-I TWO T.\RIf5Lt: FACTS SPEAK. '.(eur, County September 0, lN. S Cm Section twenty-two to twenty-seven in- .
: Need I recommend him lo your confidenceand strong TiF cinsivf, and Sections thirtv-f, thirty-five, and!

support ? If there be a man worthy, nfconjidenee ] holy' writ" tint .01.1! Zack" is no go" I I The difference between the journals of the Attachment.tn I THE Averts of this are authorized Company that to state they to the cue tblrt -!i" in township tv.->tv two, and township i

; in this community; a man vhose I and that the Sfinc see and feels it. C ss I f- t'ral and the democratic party at ihe prc. Justice11 Court for CJ District, Leon Count!. the Courts cf the ditlerent States of the recognize Union twenty-three (except Sections Cone lo six inclusive) .4

; sympathies arc altogether in the nor/hrr1 I day is this : that the former rest satisfied I where they have ,) in of difTerence.tnd of range thirty-lr.ur. 1. 1Fra
yours and the of ( agents cue \
Floridathat's Uond.to }
get vole John S. > tionallo'\nco ip Inentv-two. the eastern
and free Stales if is the candidate f.r the Vice Bl.TLIni j with making; mere abstract :argument un"nundil ,. > Amount cf debt ;50. that their Azents are instructed to conform to the tiers ol .Section in township Iwenty-Sve and Fu- _

Presidency, Milliard FJImore. i know him :I I fur d. _: _kit_ I II point of political philosophy, and uixupport- Jnhn W FlcrfV. 3TIIC I unf'S of other responsible Companies in Ihe settle. lions one tn 'lour irclusive Sections nine lo fifteen

I well.!! I know him personally. 1 hate "f'n'cd czSome of u --friends-- I t ed l by cxistirg facts. ; while the latter: look to defendant and all others interested' are merit The of subscribers I losses. have been b inclusive and Sections twenty-two to twenty-seven S
our whig arc chiming notified of the of this appointed Agents % I
tilings they are, and ju.I! of from commencement inclusive, in townrhip twenty-six, of range thirlj
in oflhe United Stale with him. p Iht'r
t. a Tallahassee and its
Congress ,. the above Company lor ricinitv
returnable iutice' Court
Mississippi C'r and Fillmore. This suit bv attachment a five.
Taln their results. Tbii is the 'hich
. i.1 practical w I
I know his fearless LEWIS & A IS.
unflinching course. tobe held at Tillahassee on the 11th day of December Fractional townships nineteen and twenty of ranga a
Opinion of Mr. Chants Hudson. only done upon the same principle that a scary I we desire the community lo put lo the tariffs next and '0 appear and pl.ad In the same. Allgus! 12. ISIS. 4 fun thirty-six.!

man whistles. whrn passing; a church yard in of 184 and 191 ,. We ask our readers to Given under n.y. hand and seal,this 4th day of September At the land office at TALLAHASSEE corr.men- -.n
.J particular friinJ of Jfillartt Fillmore on the j' In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of .
look at (lie following table : A. D. 1S48. i I dog on Monday the twenty-third day cfOctibern 'J'
.iolition j'i innpltf t-J the Whig candidate fur I (he night-lo keep their flagging spiiits UiX&che ).- EDWARD M WEST, [u. s.] I j Florida, in and for the County of Waknllz. i I 'xt, rr the rf';_prwal of tre public land citnated

the I'ice I'seazdenry."Another : Free Trader. Slormrn ( lome.oic erjxtrtx during the year Justice ot the Peace. To Spring Trim, .'. J) 1S4S. I within !the ermcrttioned I"\"wbil's and part ef :

con i t rLtion has weight in my -. IS 10. under the larifiei ; and 1847, KM- September 9,1 SIS. b 3n tovmnhirs.tovmit: .-

mind. The Northern Stales have a majority WhIgcry in Ohio.Of der the tariff of 18 tU ; and also of importation TAXES.TAX Leopold he .Henr GreenSerg, Green. Charles rlt,and Grf'en'l I Asrampsit South of the bate line meridian., and East of principal .

the but the Sen- of in Ohio the of specie under the Iwo sy items.Domes'tc .
ill HOUM >f Repreneniatives' the difficulties: Whiggery Kline merchants and : damages The two eastern tier of Section in township -
ate is divided there l fifteen free exports 1nIO'rhtion COLLECTOR'S LAST liOUND. in trade using the name,style! and $loiO. ,
equally ; eing Cleveland Plaindcalcr thus draws a graphic two. ( east half of to\\'nshiplhreiand townohip
.ud! fifteen slave Stales. If the line should in value. of anecie TilE undersigned, Tax Assessor and Collector firm of L. & II. Greenberg & Co. j Attachment four, (except the eastern! tier of Sections,) of range ) r
picture : I*41j-l1nder Jaw of 42. $!I2.1l7Qy $1.tlts,4.slS47undc Leon County hereby gives notice that he II' fur $450 25. three.
oe dratrn on the question of aZure extension, ; :law of '46. 1G6,4'JO.2Q! 24.153,712 mil attend at William S. Carpenter. Ii
iaeloiive .
have Root Sections twelve
.This WP it-Giddinpn Township two (except one to -
**d the Senate should dicide on geographical Crowel. Beard's Store Miccosookie Saturday (he 2d.arwl defendant and all other persons interested
and of and Sections eighteen
Dritrjs, llamlin, Vanplm, [erliap Showing an increase domestic exports THr. set entfrn. nineteen.
Ivus the casting rofe must be gicen by the Vice U' $ it 'fur Van utpn. .in"i Ewing, in favor of the tariff of 1846 upwards of for. Monday the 4th day ol September. take notice <>f the institution of this suit thirty and thirty-one,) Scctinns six and seven, in J
-alltginJ ;
President. THE vn\vs: OF Mr. FILLMORE ) .. lots of hinall fry, who are go- School House, Fort Braden.on Wednesday Cth September by aUarhment,and that they are required lo appear township :three, and fraction! !own>hip five,(except .
j millions dollars and ,
declaration filed in this
ly-fotir an importation and plead to tbe cau e, according ; ,
!e HE inc it for old Section three, :lour, 6vand six,) o] ranrr l It or. I
WELL KXOW.if OX THIS SUBJECT. ISN'OETflEES I II Uhia it Z.d. Cast !" of specie in fivor of that law of upwards of Benjamin Half's Fort Stansherry, on Thutscby 7th to law. T.ssnsliipsthree and four,and tractional l toivnihip I

MAX IX TIIC IIIUIILST A: P EESTME ------- twentv-one millions of dollars. This M the September, JAMES T. ARCHER five, ol range fue.Town .

OF TUB TERM" Taylorism in At'ic rurk.-Thurlow l"ed. law which the federalists charge the administration Roa h'l Cro** Roads, on Friday, Sth September, Attorney for PI.inliffic.Auu"t ip fh e. of rarge .;x.
Cenlreville 9th tin
Daniel Houck'a, on Saturday, Sep 12,1S4S. Town of .
nine twelve.Sections
-- hip
the leader of anti.Maonic'big t"r with passing for the purpose of crip, tember. range 3
great !, one, eleven twelve thirteen ( .
I nelfgionK Intelligence. the o'the( Manning'* Old Place, Mannington, on Monday 11th For New York.THE. .
Tbe Harrison Whiggery! ,Taylor Whiggery in New pling energies country, by depriv. Sections twent>-three la twenty.seven ireltlli"p6m !
Methodist Church, South, bas just clo- ing us of a market for the productions of our September
sed a Camp Meeting at Miccosookie, which York, in his Albany Keening JUna says : soil atvl labor, and at the same lime draining Byrd' Shop Lake lamonix on Tuesday, 12th September in township "\'tn. and township eight and nID .Or *

.With those who again*! the extension of_lave 6 tame thirteen. *
*-irpts ed similar! meeting ever before go ut oflhe bullion which forms the b.nis of our School House, near George Young's Lake Jackson :
any situated
we are cnaboIPf! ; and, upon this quea. The frartiort of township oeven. writ of
t LId within the bo-imU ol' lbn Leon Circuit. territory thin, we do not intend lo la b1.iri those who go I circulation. Let the facts speak !-Pennsyltanian. on Wednesday, 13lh September. the SU\\.1nnl't river of range fourteen. j
farthest." : Court House T.lIl1ha.er. on Thursday, Friday and REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between Land appropriate! l u y law for the ue of fchrolt

t The meeting commenced on Friday night. 1st --- -- -- I SUiirday. 14th. loth and 'iOth September, L New York and St Mark and Newport will military or other purposes, will be excluded from
For the of receiving the Taxes .*es-ed commence running at the of the fall trade,
Sod. The New porpoe I the .
; *pternber and 'closed Gen. Taylor and Free the !; Wednesday morning Gen. Cass in Early Life.-We find
State and for the and continue .
I for Revenue of the County year throughout the entire .ear. iz: The offering of tl>- above mentioned lands s'Blbe ?
the 6ib hit. There wvrc 53 additions to the Haven Courier publishes! the following extract following: in the Flag & Advertiier: from ihe IMS. Brig WA RCA LLA, Jossely Master, commenced on the ch l y. appointrd and ''.' io I
I ofa private J letter to the editors from Gazelle which think Tax will ple-te take not ice that this is OCILLA Trim do.
Church, and 57 clear conversions all whites Cincinnati we proves payers my the order in which they are ICh.rfolIPd.1'-ilh.n eon
an emir'-nt gentleman and a personal friend that Gen. Cass is not a recent con vert to southern last round for collecting, that if I their Taxes are not LUCY H< mer, do. venient dispatch, until the whole hill have been

We understand that protracted iMetings have of Gen. Taj lor." interests promptly paid before Ihe If October next, the law SUWANNEE. Clark do. (new.) Tered, and the ..lu lhns rloseH. Rot no a1e si-all she
: compelln to levy and advertise. W.a.CISS.Perry.. do. (new.)
teen commenced in the vicinity of the Camp August 2C!, 1648. Gen. Cans is not a new convert to southern Hour of attendance from luj A. M.. to 3. P. M. These Brigs are built in the most substantial 1 man. vate kept entry open of any longer or It.than, land two will weeks readmitted, and r"pri until

Ground, and it is expected that the good woik Gentlemen : The confidence e pre-sed IJ doctrines ; hA took it in (he natural way. JAMES W. SHERWOOD ner expressly l lor this trade, and are rommanilrd barrful \ alter after the expiration ol tbe two wrtka.

will continue to on. you in I the leading article of your paper yesterday ) When the subject) of extending slavery loMiMouri Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County. : and experienced Captains Freight and pu- Given under mv hand at the City ol Wa.obiflllfM\.
go 7 at the lowest rates. AentCOE -
in reference Arkansas the Septembev2tS4. sage third day or July.Anno Domini one thousand eight
in to Gf n. Taylor, and was agitating ANDERSON & CO. hundred and

The New York Djy Book, a TAYLOR paP to the rPJar question, is lean ass ire you. country, Judge Wilson edited a paper in Stubenville Committed to 3ail.lA 10 Beaver: street New York. By. the President forty-eight.:

% in an article headed the ** Whig wt"1 founded. A friend of mine, in whom I ,' and strongly l advocated the aide of NEGRO man named DICK aged about JOHN DENHAM.MeNAUGHT) JAMES K. POLX.

party had a conversation liberty ; an able! paper published in Chilli! 32 r-trs. 5 feet 6 inches highstout and & ORMOND RICHARD M. YOUNC.Commissioner .
the Buffalo! Convention," MJS : rfp iapTct G.nfral confdtnC on subject last May, cot he contained articles on the opposite aide ; built ; MARGARET, hi. wife, aged a- Newport, August 12,1S49. Newport.4 of the General Land C, ,.

ml whig aredef ermined on Chf'iro.'D ruin,and dated ibe Ifrb that able and had the [ 2Uytar., and CHARLE.their soot aged
and in letter to lf bitt the Judge was an man
".II tar a, present indicate, about torP1s.hst. a m about 5 years were picked Dp at sea. in a canoe a NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTIOfI CLAIM.\NTS.
!* When appearances they threw aside Mr. Clay at month, he reports that conversion in full. advantage of being right, and to was too few miles from St. Marks light, on Ihe 12iu ult. by Medical Notice. Every per-m ent UH tn Ihe right of pre-emption I

&,tbe) loosened tb* balodll that had held The ground taken by him .that the ordin. strong for bit slavery opponent ; at this point I theSt.. Mrk PIn'. Said oegroea say they belong H. a. WTRT. M. D. j. u. CALL M. D to an> of the land within the .owrthtrw and Cirtinitnwnships
I ke to elht'r 'nf the side tn a Mr. Lloyd Hill of Marion County. East Flor. RS. WIRT & CALL have associated; themselves| ..hof''umt'rate.l.
teenty years; still thtr.a. ance 87 baring been passed by Congress, several 1 article appeared on slavery l. i ill required to ert shIihthe
:aa-bJ': enouth left, to enmire them victory with by Washington, and upheld by the much above t this capacity of the editors, which .da. and were lt from Cedar Key, whither they LJ in the practice of Medicine, Surgery, -c.lnd same lo the .itisfacti, n of the Register and R..
men M T y'' nnd Fillmore, if they would act approved I had arone for the purpose or making their way toNew I utter their services tn the public. .i..r of the proper Land Office, ard make pa'trent
'wim ftoUoft....ieutloo aDd t e CTuy. Bul there are Juicar1' thn constitutionality ofte measure were more difficult for the Judge to answer OrtetQl'.'.nct are now ia the custody of the U. Office over Dm; Store,Monticetlo. Florida. I Iherefnr. a* won at prat t ifablf after eseinrthis no-

\b1l1 ( tbe mis or rain" kind among them, fettled by all departments of the than all be bad to oppose up to that tme.It ; .- S. Marshal runaways.. Auen f :. ISIS. 3 tv lice, and before the day apnointeil for the commencement

CIa J itfc the devoted and ardent friend el Henry I Government. and consequently there Is no [ wu evident that the editors could not write The ownerfa requested to come forward, prove Divan of the public sale of the land enhrarinc the

,-tHeaaao? etwJnrt th. thought of moths?. left for the Interposition of tho reto,- sock articles but tbe author was unknown until roperypay expenses and lake them ...y. tract claimed ot her wi"eec Is him w'll) Ke Cm Ceiled. .
b"" ground lo O. W. UUTCUINS.US of Mahogany Divans fur late
"i ia aftetMBs ai abe I Apply f"NE pair b- RICHARD( M. YOUNtt:
.. eI -a11 ; ,"IiI'I to be 1 t'J-tbe n.k2dvtyfrimZtha1 i wouZdneAer M.tM many years afterward, when tbe editors D. M. for MiddU District of Fa. LA a.BIRCIIETI' UNDENUEBGER CtnmnUsifner if the General I.ast4 eft:

dnbff J II it II det.nlJI... mlJ Proviso. "or wt'sildAe i'strie ",av of both papers met, and conversarfon tCJ1DM TsflahsnwpSePteRibIr 2. IS4S.. 7 Jan 15, 184.'J. S3, Jn'> 22, 1848. 1 lOw *>



-- -

. : : :: : -z -

: ------ ____
.. --
: ( ----------- ------- .. -------- -
'L1 HJ. ._ -- --:: -.- -- --- -------- --- Boot and Shoe Making. Attachment. *

MEDICAIa NOTICE "PHE follow-in j,which extract from the Cam- I Newport Spring*, Florida. JXEXT T THC undersignedhaving purchased the *.TusIice, CowifortAc

:"rJt:1. I I.jJ L dem Journal )is from the Rf. E. L Frazer. of COD UatioD of the State of Florida. T entire. stock and nuteualsof LOAISiREHFELO. %tridofLmttlWa/ .
bte Pn fes-r R. Fortune ,
.: I of iW4 i and VAN WYCK. ( > Kershaw District, S. C.Farmington. Agent
who is about the Stale
L DtU11. leaving
; in l.e! Franklin Medical College of Kershaw District, S. C., I a "". Debt 'Ig I
:A: lry .
the third General informs his friends and the a.
for the and to by respectfully R. H.
Philadelphia,) have f*med a rn-r.atn'hlp 19,1S46.I J Proposed agreed Whiting.
: 'ij : May the n'xt that he is at present at the old stand where hlEdefendant
.jJ I I' rmcticec.f MEDICINF.ndSURhERY..ndforthe I have used in my family Dr. Hull's Fever and Assembly ; tvbjrct to the action of public to execute all work in his line with T and all ether art hmbf
he i i. the
f l"1. t INSTRUCTION 01 MEUCAI. Ague Pills, and also Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills THE WAKULLA HOTEL havinj undergone ex- General llt71lbly.AN and despatch. He has on hand the finestof Justice commencement Court of this suit. rttll1labl1ot'
Patients from a e Can well accommodat- hesitation i in it ( the reception promptness to be held at
rr' for the last two and have no pro improvements now fpen or t'
) of materials and will '
'las. and all soils
..3 1 ., ..J. and on reasonable. tenn, either at the Hotels them to be most t excellent faintly medicines of guests,under the superintendence of Mrs ACT to amend the 12th Clause] of the 5th Ar- calf skins, notice and in the best manner GENTLEMEN'S day-ol October next, and to appear and uW **
nouncnl at otoiht
1l ) i'': t'rivate B.udil* Houses: of the city, and cm receive Uar of justice to the worthy proprietorsof MADDEN, whose experience and will I known quail- fiche of the Constitution of this State so that the BOOTS AND! SHOES of every dt'ICription. same.

t ; I horn the Subscribers mich Medical and Surgical at- these invaluable Pill. I "il) state, for the information -' lies as a hostess warrants I the promisUhat no expense Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offices Boots r.footed .olt',and otherwise repaired in Given under m1 hand and seal. thu. 2d d'J of A
A. D.
trn'ion as their cases my require. and satisfaction of that mywife attention will withheld that tould add to the gust is-is. II.
: or instead of during
". STUDENTS will ronctrnl. b for a term of eight years good style and at reasonable charges. lie will war- EDWARD
limited number ot less visitor M.
A mirriage. m"re or comfort and WEST.
tonne pleasure
;. prior {
tn behavior. to done in the plac-. ?.
good his work to be equal
i.I I S .}' b. Mceived. who will he-upplied with Books\ Plate the, miliject" of Chills and r'evrrs for about eighteen These Springs are situated on IboSt. Marks Ri'lr. SFCTIOI 1. Belt enacted by the Senate cad Haute rant satisfaction any as to fitting as another Jasticeof the Peae. ]
and to good ,
and other Preparations-will be regu- : wilhou with tie Wukulla and August 3. 1S43. 3
Xnatnmical. ,
.,. month hating tried variom lemedies success five mile above its junction Repretentatieti of the Sof Florida in General 3m

I ;, r I irlv ..mi.d in the progif-ss of their studies, ar-' and was vr much reduced in flesh.. .. few about eighteen miles South of T.la"asse. in the JttentMy convened That the 12th Clause of workman. JOHN LERCH. In 'the Cirrnit Court of the -.-

:'' '.j \'r.Jinrtnthe mode luuulin thetaeXorth'r' (dats after Or marriage she commenced with Spcn- midst of a health! pine region opn to constantsea the 51h Article of the Constitution of this State beat '.. 42 tl fIddle
;' be and dispense: c'ir'i in afterwards with Mults breeze from the Gulf, rendering it a May ?. 1 Florida, in and for the Count iSlf
l'' -,. "Itirs-wi Pills, and a day or I w o rfdence. ) amended u 1ft read as follows, viz: That at the j of
: i ,. !1fJicnf. and will be insrn.tcd in th minor Pills { she used about half box of each ; the re- during the sultry summer monlb.truly delightful.A expiration of the present t terra of office of the Judgesof GOODB.rHE TO SPRING: TERM A. D. 1549.
1 NEW .
the Sjrgeun Blcedi.j, Cop4 her health East River
duties of She
) regained substantial bridge has over ,
J'l i-ry ""t w a. a SADICLCURS. ben \ he Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter Leopold Greenberg Charles
,,,._ p :.h:, flhgin. LC &l. strensth ery rapidly. and has had no return of bringing the light-home and ssa shore within an mentioned the Justices d the Supreme Court
anr bprg.ltl'nry Crecnbergsnd
IJ Perhaps n-. Private O.fice iu any Atn.rica: cit Chills and Freerrinee. I believe these OIICinftn hours tide on horseback or in carriages, whe.e convenience and the Judges of the Circu.t; Courts.shall be electedfor subscribers would call the attention of the Kline merchant. and .As mp.it

: ,1.4 vi'l' afford a greater vsrirtv .,f n-w' and approve be humll''and sate; and w hen us d as specifically for sea bathing will be fo.n at all 'imes. a term of eight years and shall hold their offices to the choice and extensive assortmentof in trade,mini the Grten-l dallllifl
; narnf',SI
,"I : ... : remedi. *. or press-it t nure practical f Cltll" directed are attended with satisfactory: results. The bathing establishment conntttilh th. Hotel for that term. artless sooner removed under the provisions GOODS. now receiving per Drier Wakulla and firm of L. & H. Greenberg) $ .
has been selected with
Their stock
Emeline. ,
F L. F'R\ has been care AltilchllIfTIl
( -4; stu I.nts ZER thoroughly repairedarxl imprvemnt.mad made in this; Constitution ('Jr the removal of
';.:? In connexion: with this department. it may he pro so that plunge and shower baths can be finished Judges address impeachment ; and for wilfulnegtect from the most fashionable establishments in New r. I for t.fj 23.
William S.
i_ per to stat:that as soon a possible, an IiiSrmarv, The following testimonyfrom an influential. Planter at all hours of the day free of charjetnlchr of duly, or other reasonable cause which York ; and. having ben purchased reduced prices, Carpenter. peLons
defendant and all other
t nf bulb Medical and S.uuical Paj Macon enabled to furnish their customers at prices
tor the Tcceptioi Washington County we take from the with the acknowledjcd the they are TilE
1\" :: : :. in intrinic shall not be pufficfnt ground for impeachment take notice of the institution
0 !j Llf be oprnr-l, wru-n students wits have lou effect of t the in particular cases proportionately low. Theiris of ifc.I.;
J' : # "i Telegraph : water presentattractions Sovcrnor "hall remote any of them on the addressof by alt chn.,. and that ;'
; i ; :;: 0 ", 'jHirtuKity uf radically' stnlying ditcaftt. Washington County Ga., January :, 1117. to the invalid and tlizt of Iti"IHl not two-thuds of the General Assembly Prodded Ej.W J.\DE OL "} JM@ and to the' cLclaration they are r lJirl'dtIPpta'|

r," Tm1ahas'e;i July' 23th, 1"4" Dr. Calvin ).: Hull-Dear Sir-i has been about surpassed in the Slh n in pursuit Itot trtT. That t the cause or cause shall be stated f at of the best of material"! and beinz manufactured cording plead to law. filed in tbi nuac.

t'' J, T. J. WILSON.M D. three yearn "IICt' I using jour Freer and of pleasure alone can always find tmats for fishing length in such address and entered on the journals of under the of Mr. Stillman. all JAMES

.- 'tb. : C. C. v.aX WYCK. M D. .1ue nd.1nli-Ferer Pilon my plantalion. I parties o excursions to the Wakula Spring and the each Houc. And provided,/ur/Arr.That t the can'e directly is eye and ARCHER,

;! } t I Jlyjn _J 1_fim__ have had a large numb'r cases. of Chills and Fever Bay, or can enjoy the more exciting pleasures of the or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended fear purchasing ol shop-work rely thereby getting precluded an article person well July 2!. IS"*. 2 Attorney fur Plaint,-'*-
upon tin
:1 "' i Notice. and some \ Fever, and in no instance chase seek exercise in the Ten Pin Alley, the gameof to he removed, and he shall (he admitted to a hearing may the articles their
; made. comprising
,, of either of I'everhave I failed to Billiards, the healthful danc In a word, Among STEAMER
ihee,t.teol form elect or I in his own defence before any vote fur such removal GLASGOW
: : person* haviu claims against when directions were followed and ; will be done to make t the Springsan FALL Jj\'D 11T.YTER STOCK ,
,. ALL D. Newtentkceaeed.ot L-onCounty a cure theHre every r thing possible I hall pas : and in such cases I the vote shall be taken
Dr. Isaac
_' taken at the commencement of the : agreeable resort.
.. ttl to them to the under die\I. bv yeas and nay and entered on the Journals of each maybe found the following:
,: requested present had greater success in using jour than with June 10, If Iq. 47 House and Dress Coats Ela.-'t
," signed"Administrator within the time prescribed bylaw .Pits respectively. Blk French Cloth. Frock .
c their recovery any other t medicine I have ever u ( my family ; -- Src.2. Be itfurlhrr enacted TIuJ the t Judge firstappointed Brown and In\is. Green Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa
.3 I orthi.nntice\\il bppladinbaol there is doubt that when usvd according to directions To Country Merclants.
i.o shall be
to said estate, area : under this amended Constitution, Gotha Mixt Tweeds and fancy col'd. Caiimcr doPellots JAMES TUCKER
.t S. incited; anJ all persons iIJtbll I t will effect a tpeedy and radical cure. lIE Tin Manufactory has now, aid is constantly: divided by :lot into four classej The first class shall: and Blanket Overcoats, &(., Heavy Pilot MAT .

I ;''. r to wake pament.PATRICK SMITH. I Your, w'lth respect JL adding to in stock, a complete assortment if hoB his or their office or offices for the 'term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloak of fine Blk lIE undersigned :avails himself cj |tj..s mode 01

; :1 32 2m Administrator. EMANUEL BROWN. Tn of all description I has afrltd new ma- year, the second for the term of four years, the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons of mad French Cas. informing the public that he new
.: r : July I. 14B. !: The above valuable! medicines, fiesh and gcn- nery by which the work u done Utter than ever for the term of six years, the fourth for the term of simer Elk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Cheek & Strip d GLASGOW is now performing her rr*ular, uK

: Molasses and Sugar. '1' at frale by LEWIS & AMES before"this ;place_ ei,ht yeaM. do. ; also,Tweed, Salin..u and JlMd'l.71'S: ; the Suwannee River between Cotumbu a nd C/

1 1 K. \RREI.s" vvrn i IVTU 'fil R ..Tnlyl.JM-i" 54t T.l.1an ce. I'la. There i:a Pedler travelling all the rear from Ma- [Passed the Senate by I the Constitution 1 majority. of Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid Silk, Keys. This boat i is str .lg11 built cf the best BI*

,a I 1: d.i. Brown Suga-. -- -- ----- -- rianna to the Suwannee R.ver; to supply Ihe Merchants December 2-2, 1M7 Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cabhtuercj: and VaJeneias, Plaid Silk tenals and propelled! by two engines and capbt! of

.. For sale low by the padazBIRCHCTT -. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills who can alv'av rely on onr wagon going by the Constitutional majority. January C, Mazurkas &c. fee. carrying one hundred-., burthen. cr4fj0baleief:
.. LINDENBERGER. A.ND through the section abosenaneel, delivering! the I cotton with suitable!
k 1 IS-1S] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths. acccmmodations fat forty n,.
to. July 15. IS IN. !2 Tonic and Restorative Differs. Tin. Anj orders sent by mail will l promptly attended I April 15, 18.'. 30 lien _ Cassimcra and Vestings unmanufactured consisting sengers of light draft requiring but seventeen wch

1 Candles. Fur 1'ie Puricatiol f the Blood, and Rr.urnof, to, and delivered at once to th. Merchantt.We .- -.- in pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye Cli water t hereby rnabl ling \tat to perform her trwi

i Crystaline I i the all .Vnrl/ut SrrtKJU of IicGlanJi I slate that our prices are always lie same, U. S. MAIL LINE Cloths do. English do. do. do.. Engl-sh Blue and regularl at all seasons cf the year between Cdom.

1 GOOD AS SPERM for sale at 20 cents per pound Skin and Lirrr, .V"rfd Humors, andI'itiated out the least variation.We Wilh-I I Invisible Gren, Wool Dye do_, Black Beaver and but and Cedar Keys.:to lying Columbus every Tl'Es.

a : the box, State of the Sytt-, v.T J3Yt on hand the following at t ties,as i Castor do., French Black Ca* ;ifner,, do. Ribbed do. DAY mornin at 7 o'clock .\. M. and Cedar reTi

-I .. ': IRCIE&LINDENBERGHR. 'HE-SE. ;, Pills and niler: been steidilj pining every thing kept in our lint: I do.. Fancy Plaid and"Stnped do. of the latest and every FRIDAY morning. Should sufficient patroi

I 4 : ", :: July 15,_IS : _ in |"/waritamong! all cla"ee-are not now Furnaces, such as even family eyed ; Cooling nost fashionable styles VESTINGS of Black and age be extended o/ the interests of shippers ivr,,,,.

i t ," ; White Beaver Hats. among those ol I doubtful efficacy or e\pKrimental Stoics of the most approved kind in urAir; Tight Fancy Plaid Satins do. do. Silk. Flk! and Woollen her to perform two trips per week the j.rcpra.ori

1. '..: quality and inoit fashionable style just re- character' but can bo relied upon| as cf>ilion. Stoves for Chambers, Paror or dices ; Coffee Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencias Vestings of Ikch will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the nt *,rr

e j_ :. BEST by founded vpon correct therapeutic prilci l sod I Roaster, Double Rod Ion Pumps; kCream Freezers From Tallahassee to Macon. Velvet Plush, &C..C. change,rr add snot her new boat to the line,of lilt
LINDENBERGER. contidcd in 3S alc, pleasant and) ctficient MedicineswVitvcT ic.kc.Jiine.MMS.. capacity to the one now employed. An .
!BIRCHETT & Through in forty-two hours fruat Tallahassee to ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF soon as pr*
Tunie i and where 40Harana ticable this
needed ( boat will
.' Julv 15. I ici. a ( 'pt'J'itnt is Mactm, and to Chai lesion in three days, extend her trips op tile Sa.
J : ____ ---- ---- I Hats and Caps MontereyBro.; and Illeach'd. Cotton
--- i a I'urz'itneiir >imple ("alliaitic .alone is ticcde I I. tlu-. wannee river to the Upper Springs, and also
in tune to take the Mail Boats on up tit
,. ; ---N tc. Pills alone stand 1 unric aIled. Syrups Linen and Cotton Shirts ] Undershirt Withlaconchie rivr r.

: .' months after date undesigned vill pre-I '. hey will po-itUelj! cure, and hare n thOhand. .f nd Prtsrrrts r cost to close lie Safe ,\"iorth the fourth day. Bik Hal. Silk Cravats ;Silks and Memnodo. I I II The undersigned i would farther slate that beard
/ lIE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays
SIX I1' Honura of Jaundice Liver nplamt, DOZE Otange: Raspberry,and 'range Flower Fancy Satin do Lanbs Wool and Angola ethers, of this
.' t : >: their cotnl. and voudl"rs to cao/s. Dyspepsia : I JL and proprietors boat, have availed them
o' : Wednesdays Fridays, at 4 o'clock A. M., Undershirts
a : Rich Salm and ; ,
!>le JuJ e of Prate of Benton Cour4 and apply .:Eruptions of the Skin, S.lo\Complexion General. J Svrups, and )facon. \fJia Quincy Uainbiid Newton I Fancy I. selves of the prsvisinn of an act entitled An 11'11| f,
di -- Adminisi and Ad- Debility Loss Appetite, Suppre ed Prespiration, .1 do # (tT letters ff ininintratrix of the estate efVilluru Lloyd, late of &.C. 4tc. As an excellent era'ltentor of mercury 4 Ha'idiomc Grass Hammocks. Aiply to Albany Perry) on Tuesdays, I Jenny Lied Ilhki. ;de Drawers nee river and for other therein
Thurdi, and Saturday! at Id o'clock, P. M, in Blk. White and Col'd Kid.Gum Klaic:, I purposes mentioned
j. FORTUN Suspenders
*iiJ Coontv, doceuscd. from thesyitcn 'hesePillsand Hit ters are unequalled. I. :. Agent, enacted! nt the last session of the Legislature of the
: June .1, 1 l"-l. .i<\ the Tin IVWfadtorv time fur the cars (or Savannah. Leaving Macou on I Gloves, Merino and Cotton llalf1 -
.. A. &. A. CLARK The indications requiring Spencer'u Pills arid Bit State of Florida; that "' ey hare recently ornnize'l
Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4
Mondays, o'clock A 1
.\drinistrbr Mitt Administratrix.An tots, and when the should betaken without delay as Ho e, I their company pursuant to the provisions(r said act
,- :n"ta. rw-nlon Co.. Fa. July.) t. 1-t- .r fi" a preventive of the formation of acute disease, alewhel Ice Ice Ice M., and arrivingin Tallahassee oi Tue!.)!. Thumdas P.i ent leather Shoes, Umbrellas. M ey Bdt,. under t the name and style( the Florida State, Inter'f
10 P. M. This line
and at o'clock
S. I the tongue is furred ; when the mine is FTIIn subscriber* will deliver ICilat he Ice House >, Saturday Shoulder Braces, &c. &.C. >al Improvement and Steam Navigation .
Notice. highly colored! ; when the is pain in (the stomach JL from :to 7 o'cl ck every mornin.a.cen' -e- I connects with the Central Rail Road, Savannah, Au. CLARK i. STILUIAN. I The Company will soon cnmplffetheir Csmpant:

AN APPLICATION WIl be made at the next and bowels ; \Len there are nervous irritations; fail'at tht.l l Ice house. or : per Ib.\j ton,- gusta Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- October 23, 1S47. 14 of which due notrce111_ be given for arrangement vurehasir-, '
of the -emblv of Florida fur Ga. It also with the Mail Line
lejion Gln Persons in the will be limbos, connects -
when the
there in back s
arc pains and head ; whenthe living surrounding via I Cotton and other prrxjjctj of the coantrr, msle
a charter of orpo.ion cf the Stockholders o' skin ic hot, when the furnished Ice at the Ice House rents I, from Quincy to Chattahooclne and thence to Apa. ,
.. dry, or jillow ; appetiteis per ; Leon Circuit Court. liberal cash advances upon all proper
The Southwestern Rail f4J of Florida. lacfucola. Passengers can from Tallahassee tt ;
,. \ poor ; when (there are cold chills ; when the pounJ by t fie hundred weightJ. go > when required As soon as practicable line
'. Julv *. 1.1.. 51| .1m dream are bad. or startling in sleep.If &j T. DFFINTallahassee : I Columbus in three das, and but one night will be IN CHANCERY. suitable packets will be established b! the a Company of .

Wanted, taken on the occurrence o( any or'all of these Ma % 1'U' 41ALACHUAHOUSE. spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. Ci editor,' Bill for settlement of E 'att. between f dar Keys and New York and New Or
indications of disease; The public may rest assured that every attention will James C. Broome and otheis fcr tuemtelvej and
approaching ich: pain and I leans for I the of freight and
SITUATION TEACHER. i private fain-l: conveyance .
as passengers
a. \ the comfort of these who
11 be to
sickucj'i IMbe paid may patronize other creditors ot A. M. Gathn, Cvmt.4ainant3
thereby securing to ell its safe and .
..Ti. or academy by ayou'iggenlleoian' who has had ; Ire'enttdTile 11 in in I patrons a expeditious
} Line.
I above and genuine. arc ivrse Florida. J |l[ r8.Turbult mode of transportation of their
experience in guinj;; instruction in the dillerenl! \ lh'cIrines. I'"tnan'ri I FARE property to
by LEWIS AMES. : R. Bet ton,Sarah. clfon,his Wife. Exec o eithei market as well as return to its place ef
lirauchej of Classical, and Mathematical & rl1l1h; subscriber having the hue and cargo
fn:1sl. purchased From Tal1a".aNl'e to Quincy, ) to
JnhllS13. SO; TallahasM-c Fla. : Bainbridge, utrix of A. M. Gatlin, and others Defendant destination. The rates of
transportation in
education qualified to .1. formerly owned! and nn
is in respect J.
every prc- __ __ premises ocruptd by $5 to Aiba.iy $11. and to Macon *2.
; .
order Je!
---- --- ------ By an ma by.i
p ire youth for any college in the Union. Tne applicant \V. Pearson Esq. at :e\\nansil/F, i is now WRIGHT I SAWYER, Prn ie1on. WI1L1RI1VS instance exceed these heretofore charged or allotted
Medicines &c.EUW.HD : Judge on the lt December for like but material reduction
can fuinish teslunoniaU of ability and character Drugs, read} to accommodate _, :and I JOHN M. yARN services, a of sues
and will be itistied with salarAdJre '. his exertions to make his ( By Agent. 1!S 17, in the above entitled( cause,the under. rates i is contemplated at an early period as soon si
a mQh.r.te .\ hopes by guess coin Office the Planter's Hotel C
at Tallahassee
: V C.
I (( >
BARNARD JR. i signed was appointed other thing", to take ihe increase of busin'Sul!l such
i among warrant redaction.
W. II. T Savannah, Ga. fortable a* possible. He has good and
.' tablng a BAILEY at NATHANS .
Agent Mij. <
; m J.imcy.
j of what due to for their
account is Complainants The facilities off.1iIIi
an to parties of and
W July 1,1 13. 5J received, by th 'lale ariivals, 3 I first rate ostler always in attendance.GEORGE I pleasure other
_--_ : __ h addition to his stock of GEN M. G/LPIN. July 17. 1S47..___52 claims, and to all olhtr creditor of said A. \. Gat. to visit the Kevs, at all seasons e* the year,one cf

.' In Wakula Circui Court. DRUGS AND MEDICINES: all ol r Newnansville, May 13. ISIS. 41 DR.r J. REESE'S I Jta with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur the most healthy and desirable retreats for invalid]

l1 -,. are of good quality, low for Cath. ----- Ther, That the said Master do cause aT advertise- and others in the State,and the beautiful and remantir -

Thorcstin Luntpkin, Agent fOr ].Attachment.I f' general assortment of the follow- Groceries, &c. [LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. ment to be published in the Floridian,' t ncwspa scenery of time Suwannee will, it i is supposed,off

Kobert. Lutnpkin, Debt ; genuine ,'i7: 1 A finfi Lns- BACON and PERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of se- per published weekly in Tallahassee and in such inducements to many to avail themselves of so pleu.

P q 1. } """J' Howlnl's Improved Tofix- 1hJJ'Jj SHOULDERS, II\MS. SID habits arc often troubled! with habitual I other pUbliC newspapers as he shall think proper for ant an excursion.
William j Bond IStiJ.t which the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come This Company, having aj they believe,made all
t. Carpenter of Wild Cherry Jirai.dreth's( I 1O'$0 : best Leaf Lard, costiveness, often exerts a very unfavorable
f"pilC defendant er.d others intereflt.wi) take m. Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor ffiltu.CsroIina I\ic?, influence upon( their general: heallhnhich M )particularly .n before him and prove their debts on or before the qni'ite arransements for the convenience and aecotnciodatioa -

i tice of the ins'itation o!the! '\ .nit bat XVorm, Couih and Dinner Lozenges, lotipland'j! 20' bbli St. L"uii Flour, manifested by irr( ularil"'. if not total Ion of I' first d-ty of May next ; and that such of I the creditors of the public, they solicit its patron.
and and : to the declaration In this condition of the this whosh not come i in and!j Ijr vet t heir debts by the time
hd.rent. appear reai Ktlebrated I Fever and AginRained v, Lucenia Cordial, Jo sacks RIo Cot. appetite. system, article age.For
filed in the case. withn: the prescribed by law. Thompson's. Eye \\'atlr. McMunns Elixir Opium, 501 gallons Liqcors and Wines, is confidently recommended with the assurance aforesaid shpll) be excluded the lenefit of this decree further: particular, apply to Messrs. D. P.

: .- H. It. CRAY. Sands Sarsaparilla, Turners Fever and Ague Pill, :Cf) bbls double reclined that. if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to I ; and that such personsnot parties to the bill. SMITH &. Co, Columbus. M Ws. SMITH 4. HARRIS

4 --. Attorney f for Plaintiff. ry Icr's ditto Gordon's Billious and 10 dozen best Port Wine Whi.key. move the bowels too actively, relief mabe relied who .hall come in before the said Master to prove Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM &. RICHARDS
ISIS. 50 3m .ont.Dpeplit without the least I (heir debts, do. before they arc admitted directors Cedar Key, cr to the undersizned.
IDly 1. Pills[ Beckwith's Anti-D>'speptic Madeira Wine upon any or even unpleasant consequences -
1 contribute to tLe their of
Spencer's and i is Agent fur Townsend'scelebrated Sherry resulting from the use of common purja- complainants proportion JAMES TUCKER
Molasses Barrels. Pils : the of this suit to be -ettlcd by the said And
tire medicines usually: resorted 'to. expenses Proprietors.
in quart bottles, at $1 1 J S Claret j
-I\ '. VERY CHOICE MOLASSES BARRELS ( Suapanlt. per Hilious Master." And it was also ordered that an account Columbus. Florida. January 71,1919. K 1
20 or bottle. A'' superior Lemon Syrup, prepared' from Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles, d'ves, Persons subject to C'liolic may rely on the ly
sale the Sore of S. S. }CNIGIIT.I Sap. be taken of all securities or collateral- held by the
at ; of ihn medicine it.n
P'lic Citric or I..I'O"cid., far preferable for the Catsup Mustard, PepperGround preventive properties by uinn I BULL & PRATORIUS;

:. o' -June 17, ISJv ._ _4S _ sick i or ordmirj.. use than that usually sold, London Green and Black Teas,4.c., &.C., at the new J'lpr./rcery t the first inlituationrifan approachingattack. Thereare same creditor, and respectively of the value and of each.a report" Ant be!ro1 it was e of also the At tie! corner store under the Sentinel Office ant
constitutions, lublc: attacks ,
to cfBiUiou
some regular
PROSPECTUS orter, kc., &c. store S. S. KNIGHT.
c I ordered that all parties may be examined upon mterrogatories opposite the Fhcrnii Buildings,
o. June 10, I'-H. 47 29, 1 ISIS. 41 Fever almost'escry faU ; to such t the use of
Of April this medicine is recommended beginning to use it '! and produce all books and paper in NOW JPENING a choice and well selected
The Southern Literary Gazette, Western Produce and b\. the middle of May or first of June. their custody or power, relating theretoupon oath of CLOTHS CASSIMERS, VEST-
A 'IE1LY .OCnNAL. COMME>CED IN ATHENS, UAOX Groees Sulphate of Quinine. Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex- I before the said Master as the said Master shall di. INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. The great

-' .ATCBPAV, THE I ITH OF MAY.a TUsT received a large supply rROVIst THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and o perience a sense of fullness weight and oppression rect." care and taste bestowed in the selection of these goods

,, EDItED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS. .1 AND! GROCERIES at the store of ounces of Sulphate of Quinine "hici they about the stomach after eating, will find this medicine ;- Now, therefore' all persons claiming to Le credit- warrant them in saving to all who wish to purchase

I THERE is njt Sutitti of the Potomac, a single S. S. KNIGHT. have obtained direct from the manufacturer. and afford almost immediate relief. urs of said A. M. Galtin are heret, in pursuance of good bargainson will d.> well to call and examine

whose s-e! object i. to dt'. lope and June 1P. ici.? 47 they will warrant it to be a superior article. Ladies near their confinement often( suffer frora said order, notified to ;produce their claim., and the our stoc? It would be a great tax on time and patience

t ,4 I f Mter literary: lute T..1 ia.trnt: in the Sou ; and this ---- ------ .. --- --- We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines heartburn and costiveness : to uch this article i is vouchers in support thereof and all collaterals andsecurities to enumerate the different style and patterns

fact is certain' a tfcieot'cuol fcr an earnest at- :! Notce by recent anivals and are prepared to execute highly recommended, at it tan be used without the ''I therefor before me, at my office in T l1a. composing this assortment : suffice it lo say that a

.' ti;;! 13 ftabliih a journal. The failure cf SI X month* af!
previous efforts cannot be regarded by the intelligent of the ctUle. Charles Reckstein.Iste of on the most accommodating terms. headache it M invaluable. I otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, a III'* Boasted .Lustre,* and the clothing ari

\ mind a a argument against such an attempt. Those Len County .iIrl"tnt his accounts an I vouchers WIhave also a few accounts yet dee to us for the This article will be found to act as a pleasant cordial I that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. every article cftheir stock is of a style and qualify

.t--o' fa::'. ires may I bare been and probably were the re- bit'ore the Hon. e Probate for said County 'ear 1917. They are generally in .mal amounts, and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the Dated this third da v of December D. 1547. that will please the most fastidious.

i .. .. silt of circvmstan-e no longer eAtl inl. The need and pray for a foal kettlerr.eut and discharge from but if the whole could be paid would go same time fulfilling every intenNon that 1 the common SIMON TOWLE Special Master. They would mention that these CLOTHS are of

I. vf such an organ ta our u.i lt. u so universally acknowledged -I said eslae.I fa toward Iiquidatingettaimi nuins which we owe. purgatives are intended to effect. It i.,p"I"tly rr,. December. 1, 1M7. 20 tf the finest texture, the beat Ensi. h wool dye,French

.7. that net to attempt to supply the.llf.1 I THERESE BECKSTEIN, (By her acent.) LEWIS &AtfES. rtttble, and, when used according to the directions -- -- wol d eLlack.do.Cassimer London wool dye black,

ciency. would indicete a disregard of the signs JOHN B iE: CORCE. April 29, 19IS. 11 will be found an valuable article,especially to those W. S D 3J il LWt'fl M' do. Czsj,French and German black cloths,do.Cass,

'. t the times scarcely more surprising than inexcusable. Mar flq.1 41 6a --. -----.. .-- afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver Attorney at Law, French fancy Ca-'simer-

t '.' ,z t. The progress o: the age. and the rauid advance of -- - ----- --- ---- Cigars Cigars or General Debility. Morrticcllo, Jefferson County, Florida, VESTINGS of fine black Satin fine plard Satin.

a the South in Commerce, Manufactures, and Internal In Hamilton Circuit Court. 1 I t C finn SPANISH RE.'LASjust received Prepared by Doctor J. Reese Griffin Pike county, WILL attend the Circuit Courts' the Middle Silk, Woollen Velvet Cashmerr'.t and PoUanetf

Improvements, imperatively! demand a corresponding MIDDLE I : CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. LfJUUU and for sale i Georgia and for sale bv appointment at ( and of the County ot Columbia of the Cerro Gor lo and Cherubusco.. Monterey checked.

t, a ." .' ,. Advance in literature. To aid in .great object MAT TERM. 1S4S. L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. I E. BARNARD Jr'a., Eastern Circuit Ft orida. READY MADE CLOTHIKG.-Superior Fice bit.

I : he Las established, a Weekly Journal at the seat John 1 May 20, J81- H'Jnw.Utn Drug Store, Tallahassee, Monticello August W, \&t 5 French dress and frock coat, do. English wool his

S ,. cf the University of Georgia and rallied around it Wiiam.. > Bill for Divorce. DANIEL LAUD Newort do. do., French Cassimer Sack Coats, Doe-skin do.,

the best writers of *'ie South. Prusia Williams, his Wife.:JIT M. WET. Monticello Notice. black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin open

_. The Editor u assured of the support of his able appeann) ,; to the satisfaction of the Court that Notary Public, Quincy SIX months after date. I shall present my final ac- coats, black heavercloth Sack and over-coats, black

a coadjutors in the Orion Magazine and also of much) JL Prutia Wlh.mJ, the Defendant in (the above stated T.'Lil.fSSEf. FLORIDA. HARDY BRYAN, t and vouchers to the H n. Judge of Pro Cloaks. Pantaloomol fine black Cassimermedium

other assistance from the most prominent writers of case,does not reside in the State of Florida and : April I:, l" Agent for Thomas county Georgia. bate in and for Leon Cocnty, and apply for letters of do., a great variety cf fancy Ca'f irner pants of the
o the South. The GAZETTE is made of matter both misaion as administrator of the estate of Joseph latest style. J'et of description. Military!
up that the eaid defendant resides in the State ol Geor- May 22. IS47. 44 every
,m origi i -al l and selected ; and comprises. Tales, Essays, gia, HO that the ordinary process of law cannot be Spring and Summer Goods. Allen, deceased. Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravatssell-

Sketches of Travels, Poetry. Criticisms, and a General -I evved upon her : upon motion of M. D. L. Heeth. -- -- New Goods-Sjpringf Trade. COUNCIL B. ALLEN, adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everything

'_ .' Miscellany of information in all departments (f Solicitor for Complainant It ordered by the Couit, BETTON i HIGGS .,- _. .- Administrator with the will annexed. connected with a gentleman's outfit.B. .
Literature, Art and Particular attention; i February 2 3f 184S. 32 6rn & P. all orders accord
., .: Sincl. is That service be perfected upon( aid defendant' by now receiving a large and general assort S. F. BURNEY are prepared to execute
'"t given to Scientific Mechanics. I ARE ing to the latest and most approved styles.N. .
publication according to law in that made and
Doctor John P. Duval
In Mechanical execution it is surpassed by no contemporary it in hereby ordered by the Court T"170ULD return thanks to the public and country B. By the next arrivals we expect to receive
,.; .- ajid the aid of the fine arts will not be provide1" on or before the first to which they invite the attention of the public. Vplanlers generally, for (the past liberal patronage OFFERS his professional services to the citizens THE REMAINDER.

wanting 'to enhance its attractions. Portraits of lid appear March 25. 1819. 36 he has received from them and respectfully requests ee and surrounding country Officein October 16. lS47. 13
:: day of the next term of said Court to be held on _ _ _
-- ----
Southern writers, and pictures of Southern Life and Wednesday after the first Monday in October next, a continuance of the same. I have just re Wm. Wil lOn's Building, over Hayward'a Book Fine Perfumes

... .' Scenery will be mreseisted. and an,wer the complaint of the Complainant in hi, Just Received, ceiveet,per U'arcallar from New York,a GENERAL Store Tallahassee.! ,
The Editor confidently appeals to the friends of Bill charged.or the) will be taken confessed and A T LEWIS &. AMES' Drug Store a fresh supply ASSORTMENT OF GOODS which call and examine February 20. 1S4< 32 from the Manufactory of Labia, Paris.

: l.iteratureiathesouthand he is happy to announce the such decree' a shall New and Valuable Medicines-among winch for yourselves. rTEDYOSMIA. Helitrope, Jockey Club Rose Geranium -
S grant as
'.; that his enterprise. is of no doubtful issue. Bv private Courti case made and seem I'ropr are the 'following : March 25. l4S.Martin 3rt John P. Duval, LJ. Millefleurs, Patchouly, Mignionetf

S eflort a large and (generous list has ben obtained A true th3t copy fiom the minute provided.* uf the Couit : DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE ---- -- ----- ATTORNEY AT LAW Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia.Ber.de la Reine,

t, 'J. and upwards of' One Thoiuand Sub.crwrr hut JOHN S PURVIANCE, CLrk HITTERS, Smith & Thorn, VITILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida Eglantine!! VaniiU. .VioJets, Bergamotte, VcrvaiiVrlarrocam

I .. pledged their support to the paper. Until this wasaccomplished. June ISH. 41, 4m Designed for, and will cure. Dy.spepnia.'Liver Complaint CominiMion and Forwarding Merchants! V V the Court of Appeals and the United States and e.se. Bouquet.
S ..; the editor wa unwilling to publi h ---- -----_._- -- Piles, &roful. Jaundice-and all kindred No. (C2, Po>dra- Street, District Court at Tallahassee. Also Glenn's Ashland Perfume, and Jreaton t

hi. Journal. but it n now given to the public with Hamilton Tax Sale. diseases a disordered stomach or impure NEW.O R L.f; AN S LA. OlKce.in Wm. WiUons! Buildings,over Hayward'snook Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Flower
the unequivocal assurance that it shall be permanent.TERMS ktateof blood. The true Farina Cologne-also the French miinierican.
4 '.. ". -I. The Southern I..rar Gatttte is BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I nt HULL'S WORM 'LOZENGES, X. ,i. MARTIN-G. W. SMITH-THO t. THOU*. Store 2C Tallahassee.184 32G. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bay RoUnd
February *
.. publnhl weekly on a imperial qu trio uf !''I expose for sale, before the Court House The : mot effectual, and pleasant preparation differs u_ __ ______ Ag.ia de la Heine,fine Cosmetics, rich Prmadrt.!

.. \. pagej printed from new type. on fine white pa door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton CountyFloaid b"furf the public, for the eradication; of WORMS, n :'. W. Argyle, A. Best wick, S. S. Sibley, Tallahassee.J. W. HUTCHINS Hairoiland Hait-dve, Shaving andToilet 5o pV
per. on the first t Monrlav, in November, IS 18, the Children AdulU. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds Quincy. fine and coarse Combs, rushes for the Head.Tefi.

t l' ..0., 2.: I is furniblo to ingle subscribers at TueS II (following! delCtIe property, croo ruuch-thtreof f a lULVS'COUGI LOZENGES February 12, 1S4S. 30 AUCTIONEER Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream'..

'. Dolan per annum il td"anu-and to clubs of six wil pay tht Slatl County Taxes -ll.ereon t 'for Wit PRE1IST Consumption and CURE l cases of. TJlLL.1IMStiEE FL.1. in pots. F.or.salc Sy LEWIS &. AMES.
t I year I .: for Tel Dollars.OChAll Asthma Spitting ol Bond. Pains the SALES any part county 4.1847. _
.. The South .
rOnmuniratiun., not Conhi, ng remittances Westqiwiler of Section :Township Shortness of Breath and Pulmonary Coin- SURGEON DENTIST solicited.
.or solicited articles, must I.r.paid j to ensure I I. Range J 13. South and East: ,purporting to belong to platnti. al RLfENEOCLa : 'Spices, Pickles, 6tc.TT .
_. William J. Mills. permanently located in Quinry.Florid=, DEHWOOD'S Gerkins.Ma n'U
; flAYING .
: attention. -AUO- H. BoND, } I LLOYD $ Y.ncr.
.. WM C. RICHARDS. J'SIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff, DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.I I various tenders his services to the publicin J. W. ARGYLL Esq, -|I I). C. V/ILSOS Ej ions and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, V at*
and ,:officw Tax Coi. Hamilton Co. for '47. known ) the branches of his profession. From his '1'3. 27 nut and Tomato Ketchups Capers Olive Oiii4U*-
: Mav M. 1SISMedical as a Certain and Effectual Cure January 22.
.;1 V ATJn'- __ .' pnlH, 'isw. 3-i I Is Wet Sae. and Intermittentand experience and success in practice he feels assured lard, Pepper and Pepper SanceCiderVinegar, fresh
'eer > -
''. Notice. ano Fe"lr. of being able to please those who may patronise him. Goc fresh Saiuion..
,. all Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-five M. D. PAPY ebeuies and Currants in bottles,
M,"t ; rpHE undersigned have this day formed a co-part- Leather Top for 'Sale. Ctnts.fur J5or. Dr. D..ref4lrl the public to Shad and Halibut in canisters Curry Powder and
't\ Bg W. T. @m r W
:i; JL nerihip under the name and style of TAYLOR necoiid Horse BarouCh. The abo>e Medicines, tech and genuine are for STOCKTON Dr. J. M. W. DAvIDSoN, Gayente, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger. Cur
ALSO ole lrje Gen. C. II. DUPO.NT Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Practice in all the Courts in the AiTddl and American
and oiler Russia
; Medicine rant Macarrori-Vermicilli.
\ A ale WILL Jelly,
: t :: "IAL IR.furthepncticeof Apply to .. R. FORTUNE. by LEWIS & AME.T.Uahu Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waitedon Office on the first ,floor of the Cap dried Currants, Prune*
They hope Irish blues,
t .1.; tbtirllo..ional.er"ir June 3. HIS. 40 At f the Tin ):.nulactory. :, at their residence usual.Septembeshh.lS.17. itol. South wing the
room formerly
,1. as occupied by
._ : ',: by attention to l hu>inl. t to merit a continuance of ---- For certificates of and other information and Citrons.
rlommenialion. of the
S Secretary
1. former Nutmeg Mace Ginger, AIL-pJce. Cinflam"Cloves.
patru age. t future ? ,
concerning Medicinl.ee
DR. 7. B. BOND November 15 1845. 17 and
'. a '. B. \AL.FR TAYLOR, 1 D. advertisements, and pamphlets! uiaybe.ob. Notice. Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory

It. \;,':. .. PALMtr. U. OFFERS his profesionallerice! to the citrzens tamed of the Agents. whic months after date.-the undersigned will JOHN EltSUINC sweet Marjoram. Orange flower Rose St. Peach Caters
Muotic 41o. F. J. 3m and the surrounding country SIX pre extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vaniaa.
: August ((5)] 4o. March i8ISl3.'Cabinet. 55 hit accounts and vouchers to Honorable ATTORNEY AT LAW MLS.
Office Fisher's Hotel.7'ay29 4. A
?; ./ Thomas Heir, : I. C.t -IS \r Judge of Probate of Lon County and apply for letters O.ulucy, Florida. For sale by 20 .

ATTORNEY AND Je. AT LAW ---ISI.- -- Malting, &.C. of di.mil-ion! as administrator of the estate of WILL attend the Justices Courts of Gadsden Derernbu4.lS47.

{ ; .J 4.,,' in the Circuit Court in cac h N CO-PARTNERSHIPThuldeiene. bese a. Henry .1. Gulfing, late of.said County, ''!'. the Circuit Court of Middle Florida Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale.
t' \ WILL practice dice this date WESLEY MANNING. Adm'r. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. ,
Circuit and in the Supreme Couches.
: ;:if of the MidJ.e months after adminis PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor
i ; Court and United; Slates Ditric Court atTallahassee. SIX Cf f theestateof B. undt"ilm.. ,deceased, the two shops will be united anj (he business con- By S. S. SIBLEY Agent. Novembcr22,1S15. 13 tf 1 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case with drasef'
Ftbruarr'19. 1S45. Sentinel
; by'bWCH VINGKRKOETS. They are 31 6m (s: copy. Wheel n-
; ; will present her account and vouchers to the Hon.1udte dude and desk, 2 handsome CarpeU, I Double
ft )fti.Uo.Janmr.29. J 1S14, s<. of Probate of Wakulla County and aslcto be to do atde.ciplion of work in theirline, 'N Ort Mineral 'Springr. LEWIS & AMES tent Corn-Sheller, the most approved article in 0'
with fidelity u reamMble term ,
r o J. B-
Notice of said estate. depth.an Apply to
: dillrgr I adminirtriJ in DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE.ATHE
lor cash workmen
or ai sny DEALERS IN At ihe Tin Manufactory-
E. E. LIP8COMB, Adm'x. appoud 5, ISIS. 29
: HEREBY GIVEN that, at the nnilet.io' of the country. patroiftge .f the public undereignedbein fully empowered DRUjGS MEDICINES PAINTS. OILS. ,

: IS the General .Assembly, of the February 29,1849. 3 Cm ia tuostretpectfallv solicited. make warrantee titles has had the Toilet Artielei, Perfumery, &c., Window GIusPAurn Dr. C. .C. Van Wyck,
:\1rM.1 wilt' be made to that honorable for 'F'J.'LYNCH. ) a r wind the above Springs MLj
application boy ID the
:.> HU HtS AND cold T ATE."Professor ol Surgery"
I t the grant of a charter Incorporation for a Rail Pate Sho Uathi. :GERARD 'VINGERHOETS. ize dwelling lots of upwards of an Apothecaries' lnt Ware. Ac. Medical College" Phil beaskea imP

0 Itoad to ..tfo from the town of St. Andrews, in AT the may b had a nest acd Tsuanassec.'Nivemker 0, 1847. 16 acre each which he now efl'.refsr sale low. Plansof above conatantly on hand and for lale at the his mideMe Tallahassee, and u prtpsrf4 CS'
the ronverient SHOWER for the same with terms, Ice.-can be seen at Dr. E. THE 0
] a upon a QkiCC.SSUt
r' West BAT.itende ,
pint market prices. in allthe duties ef hU profesaion. ;
C $J' ; t Diver,Forda. of Cbatab.oche ehatnber. I occupies bat lUle-.a i.eJo. SULKY FOR SALE. Apply t. Bar lard's,Tallahassee Fiwt toni' has first t choice. lEWIS fc AMES. of gage" Barllett's BuildiBf."

1 f "ween Fluid and Alabama rttk laid river.l. sed so as to drip water tk for J. R. FORTUNE. DANIEL :LADD. Tallahassee. November o. lSot7. IS June 10,184?. 41

,l. July 3" :H!. S 1 June 3, ISIS .46 June 101648. 47et the Tin ')!nuac.r1.' Newport February lO.iatQ. 31



"- =- C
-I" ; ''
\-a i'
.' .. t-c _" .
t. ,- 4 : ; : 's. .'. ;."..'.:. ..; o ., r" I. ;, .,I
5 r 1..J.: ..!:', ..r. :;'';:.>.t' .I .