The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 23, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tI flY AUTHORITY. -writer says u When I wrote you before re.

I I spcting' ihe cotton crop In thissecticn.it was

ui tcwlntiiBi pioti at the First Session at the period when the incessant rains had
if the Thirtieth Congress.A : pMd away, leaving us a week or ten day J .

THE FLORIDIAN. of 6:1" 't'ather. Pi-inters begin to cheer up S

, 54,_AN AC carry into effect certain pro- and were satisfied with the appearance of tho

tI ,,,KilB Ih* treatlf between the United Statesnd crop*, and believe ifthe worm would let them
China and the Ottoman Purte giving certain S
I e t\ power to ml"'en.ale consult .of the alone a grind yfelei would be made. I am' :

Cited Statei in tbo.e cuDtn". ----- ., --- -- --- sorry, however, to inform you that ibis insect .
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vt if enacted by.Smat and Hovie of Rejireiiitet ----- -------- -- -- --------- 3 has appeared earlier than usual and is doing

of tit Untie-i States of.'mtlct in (01.wtt BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1848. VOL. II-N0.10 nrich mi chief and I -T informed upon good
That to into full effect
\TT treety of July carry I bid, eighteen hunJ _____. _, _. authority that many of our largest planterswith '
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= --- - - make look :
-fo. with the Chineke the' -- = S very poor crop'.fhingt
J- 'lort r rtnpire.
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:,!onrr and coiwul of the tnl'e' States, du11010teJ down competency, with the or character ruling in of all testimony such shall be n''r j }"o the Raleigh Standard Chow TilE FLORIDA EVERGLADES.The gloomy and the belief is that a poorer crop i
to reside in China .hal, in addition lohotbr dcnce shall be part of the case cot, 6.- GEN TAYLOR'S NORTHERN F.\CE most stupendous public! improvement will be rnide than has been known in this :'

pawer* and duties imposed upon I them by Sec 13. And be further enacfW.Thst the corr.misMonerof We stated last week, in a that mO'rnfulslhr lament that burdens the C" of modern (times js that proposed with refer section since the first settlement.! I have just '

I tfrr..lonlofAI?! treall.b" 'f'which' d\lrh shall theu4icsl Ihe United States shall, in addition 1< startling developments were'riefartic.being in From Bank.men-bow heaves the ence 'to the region on the peninsula of South been told by a highly respectable! planter! lhat
Whig sigh
authority appet.taji his
i herIQ nb. power to make !
Florida called the
ta the .1d, ( of colnrrn.Ii000r anj consul, herein provid, d, rl1uattO and decrees a i.Connecticut, going to show that Gen. Taylor How doleful (the visage that cries fut alas! everglades. the worms have rmdo way with the squires f1

Id b a part of the dl"lc belonging thereto. all case, rimia b ful| and civil, which lo hear rna and come decide I was openly advocated! in the Fret States, on We're sure to b beaten by Butler and Cass Thi region,* including two large swamps and are now fast destroying the ool! Another ;'

Sec 2 .fM belt fu'ht tnaeted. That in re- before him under the provisions' of tin act.'and to he ground that he .oul nol veto the Wilmot How vain u the !lrule. how fruitless! the lies, One called the 'AlsenabofiM/'on the u'pl'prn" cultivating prairie land informed ma I

,; dtocrinU'* mttdemeanort' said publicfunctionaries issue all process necessary to execute the powerco'nferred Proviso ; and that secret pledges were in cir- .All teem: in calumny's bitterest Rinse, side, and the other called the Halpabeok) that ha ret his hands last week to pick: the '{

are hereby.herein fully empowered to arraign, upon him ; and he is hereby fully' empouered qiljtion in Connecticut to the eflect, that if That imjmd-nco: utters, with features of brass. on the northeastern side, and including the worms off his COtton and in one day they
the manner provided, all citizens to decide finally To sully he of Cutler and Ca .
ad trr.m any case upon theevidence glory large Lake Okeechobee, covers an area of
"United Stales charged with offences a.un"rIt. winch com,. ui'; 'with it, or lo hear the further Congress should enact that Proviso under hia.Uministration slaughtered between 27 nnd 30COO. :1
ftbe parties

be comtnittttl the dumrin Let them rave in their maddened and impudent rae, seven millions of acrea. It i is now utterly "
.fc.Ji shall in < ol If he things justice ill be therein, he would give it his sanction: .1"
[ ,including Macao and upon conne-lnn, to and he may also pre,cnVthe! \ rromott upon "biCh new aid approval. The New Haven Journal and Let theircalumny blacken each newspaper paje. worthless four millions and a half of that area Cerrepondence of the llortftrd Time .i
the manner herein aithorilrtj iiuls ho' Let their falsehoods the blackness ol hell's spite from 2! te 7 feet.Thn Boston tJ a
p.tenCC fchofendcu.n may granted, either by the consul or by Courier ofthe 25th in being usually submerged Aug. 29, 1849. : i"
August now our ,
the IU"Clionairl. and ech oftliriii.irtb hiir.iK, 11 UeJ lor possession airpass.They're "
; and upo: justifiable: the
; grounds dromed be : Butler and Cas. "Pahhajokee, or grass wafers as You rest assured that there will be
the"question" nn
,rebf authorized to nbC all uch a* and from which e quote, regard? lo vanquished by may
prieeq Src
,re saittble and necemrv to carry tins authority c!seexcept 1. .111 a* i beitfnilher* herein otherwise enacted.provided That in, the all as "settled," and cal!upon "doubt- Let them (- forth Ihe heroes whose battleearnedfane Indians call (he everglades comprisa between election by the people in Massachusetts on II
I one and one and a half millions of acres of I be the 7th November' and that .the 1 legislaturealready ; j.
jsto: reurion puiihment d crime rro"idtfor bv' /llu- act shall jet? Whigs and warm Soil men, to ,
Srf3. A&be it further enacted. That in regard be hJ fine nr ipriwnmtnt, or bolh"at the discretion "take proof, and get round it i< they cnn" They bit y,.terdiJ s'amp'd with the murderer's submerged lands. chosen will cast the vole oflhe S'a'o'

|0ftrtrighlt, whether of property the peison, cube I functionary who decide the case, hut tuhjrct That publishes a letter on the nan The everglades is a basin of solid lime (for President and Vice President. Unlike
tbe said flnchonUle are hereby veiled. with ,II the to the regulations bett1 contained, and such a* may paper luljc Let then wrihe in their wrath-yet they'll wither rock, and llie bottom Out is said to be at leas other State in ,the Union a majority of ;'
to hereafter written by Truman Smith, a leading Connecticut Iikejrajs every
execute the be made. It ,
ijjicul authority necessary provijons verbe the of
5'a1 '' duly 1'2 15 feet above the level of ihe
: of said treaty. and .)""I entertain jurisdiction' each and I'tr functionary. to allot punishment acc Whig, from which the following is an In the fl heats that circle roind Butler and Cass. some or sea ; voles ;s requisite in this State to electors. .
of' contract at where, to Ine and the rim ofthe basin, varjing in width The is but I have
port nearest < rding and
13 matters or magnitude aggravation cf the of. extract : Let them choos.from the h'rnes they brands-dot late, present legislature whig, S
U which, tbe contract ''I made oral the port al fence, and all \l ho relu e or neglect lo comply w ith .-. ArcrsT22,143"Gcvr. As assassins and in Iheir hare, (torn half mile to five miles lies betweenthe reliable information that a large number of I

iCii.UC nearest to %which it wa to be executed the enten-e past upon thorn, shall stand commit : The confldence expressed by you n the blo-houd votanej ftnh. in mast, waters ofthe ocean on one side, and the whigs of both hOIlUTill noL under cir.cumstances .
til in all! other matter at the port where, (Ir near- ted until i I the\ ( <) corn''lo, or f'nchaiged by order leading article of jonr paper of yesterday, in regard But they never cn stand" before( Butler and Can Guf! of Mexico on the other. Deep tide nv. any Tbe-e j.c S
dtto which the cau-e. ,l cnnlr.I'PhY arose, or at of Ihe (consul with the consent oflhe commissioner to General Taylor, in reference lo the free soil question ,support Zachary Taylor. :
where or nearest to which, the darner, fIrs flJl1 Horn the ocean and yulf up to the margin with th- democrats form a majority and
port Src 15 Andbe founded ;
tat further enu-frdTtoat murder is, I can assure well \ friend of 'I DEM OCR\Cf HAS NOTHING TO CONCHA"
pKBpUinel I of "a su"Umed-any such port abotre and insurrection, or rebellion agaiuot il. CIIUN-M ...... .n w-l.wiu r 'CIO| iiu ,ti'; it ("ldencf had a or foot of this rim. Within the basin are though the vote will not be given lo General t .
Ue beiiualivavsonerl, the IMC mentioned in thetroty lo'trnmf.t."t intent tn ."l'clllhe same 5ha1 conversation with (tle General n n this subject lastMay We were much struck with this seemingly thousands of island* of rich land. The gladesare Cass it is equally' cf"rttin that it will not be 11
; which jurisdiction shall embrace all controTrrtiM capital offences, punishable with death and in a to me. dated the 10th of that
no unimportantremark, expressed by Mr. 11 of.lingsworth i. filled with A tall grass from G to 10 h'el. 10 'fit Jor. Such is infor. 'f'mtion.
betweon' the United States, or shall month, he that in given ) my present
cI17.nof bp convicted cf either of said: crime report : The
,tberi provided lid treaty.,. I unless person(he con"'il and his au dates in the trial all I orotund taken IIT him i.cO"er'llol. that the ordl fll.of '*>7 it the Democratic rally on Hroad- high, the annual decay of which has occasioned 'fhe consdf'nce'bi ." are very n

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted That such jn- I concur in the opinion, anil the rom>ni."innrr also! I I.anng been passed by Co'ijre!., approved Htt l hy U'ash- way last Saturday night. Yet when a goodDemocrat a deposite in the water of from 2 to G feet strongly set in their ay, this year. J
tjdiclioa in criminal! and civil mattel shall in all lap'o\t of tic ronnctmfj ; but it shall alwavsbelawful mzton.and upheld bv Ihej:idiciarv.. thccon.lituiioT- reflects torn moment, he will feel thick. Il is proposed to cut canals or drain

taut, be exercised and Enforce in cnf"rmllwilb lo convict one put 0,100 trial lurcillur of !II ably ol (lie treasu'elias been etld; by alt drp th.lawsouIhe United Srarf. 'hl."h are hetettv, !nIiru I these crimes <>t a lesser a similar charc.1| :ol thc Government, and coi.sfjneitlv; ,lit"re is power .
of.nCt.If with the eoicealins polio of our around it, in which now, when the waters ol participated in the proceedingsofths S
i it necessary to e'Kulraid treaty, fxtfor"l fe. if the evideriCf justifies' ; when soconvirt- j 1 I'trounrle::(t' rthe interposition ol Ihe veto ; opponents. negroes .
( e all Citizen 01( the United t.tt. in (and ed. to punish as for other ofTence, by fine cr inpii-1" leI my fnrnd that hr tfntfd netlhrr edo thf J. I No, we bile nothing to conceal. Our doctrines the glades arrive at a certain height, they Buffalo Convention, which nominated' Mr. "2 I

"e all others to the extent that the terms of the sonmenf. or br'h.I .I mol Pivnto, nor would he infiigue a ( ,&!it, nor are vritten in I.Utrl oflight. All men I, flow through fissures, or depressions, or confined Van liuren. Among them was Henry Bibb. .
justify or ) so far as ueh Ian are Sic: M And belt fwiiovrenocleoTiiat vvlicn- ole any Olin to embarrass its the read subterraneous is in V
tty rtuire. I .prunase. Ihrotig'i. I may and understand Ihem.Ve have I outlets. This it i is a runaway slave, whose speech reported
to into effect bat its all | be oonvicted liomet "
carry treaty ; ereranv one of either nfthecrirn.pun two of Consorts V.
"hal sufficient in the intelligence, and said, reclaim for cultivation most of the sub. the New York Herald from which we give :
can where such are not adapted to the o JeCt. s aMe! \\la death, aloreaul, it hall be the fQlfdtnce '
'. lwi a The Journal and Coutier adds : Now, I virtue of commit I oil in the glades I and the two large extract. In the recital of his persecutions t'be
rare deficient provision nece!'arv to furuh diJI" of the {Cmri',iontr to i-suc his warrant for (tIe} milon., to our (.u e. aqueous an i
suitable remeJie, the c"maioi lji shall bnieuded *- :execution ol ,"('h convict, appointing the lim*, gentlemen, take if, and let }our cry hence I with a boll confession of-ill: to :I swamps mentioned, which are overflowed from forgot to mention that be was imprisoned iV

in like manner over such citizen and place and manner but il the said commissioner forlh be Taylor and Fillmore forever But if their fcrutioy and keeping. the Iadl's. at Detroit for theft. Well might he exclaim .j
.tiers in China; audit detects' still law remain the lo beupphed. shall He !at i.ft' I that the end of public j'I"1 lice Je. \ou doubtthc I truth ofthe letter, then we pledge We are in favor of the currency I The correct quantity of land estimated as in the language ofthe illustrious nominee of'the .
neither the Common nor itatu mand it. may. from lime* to time, such cnslilu'iona I
.n ht postpone our veracity that it is from one who tnorcs." of'tdd and silver.We reclaimable! million of The former occasion *. our
tt appropriate and suitable rerldltl. thecatsmiHioner rt-cntion: ; and if he find cutagatory is one acres. Convention on a Jj
.hal by decrees and regulations! which may aulhon/e it. miy submit the circumslanCt Case lo the I Senator Baldwin, of the same State' who are opposed to a National Bank and COst is estimated at from $250,000 lo $:>00000. ,- sufferings is intolerable! !1"' fy.

bicb shall force vf law. supply such def President of I hoe tnilel Iaif l her pardon writes to the Washington Union on this subject paper moOre ( Besides this, it is proposed as a part of '. Henry Ribb said he bad been a slave in "
and deficiencies. Stc 17. And be fuithtr snorted That it shall and who denies that he has seen or cir.cu'ated \ the I II I T
are in favor of a Tariff for Revenue, same improvement to drain five or six several States ofthe Union. lie was a na.
Sec. 5 Andbe further enacted. That in orJerto bt the duty of the commissioner to establish a tariff an) letter from Gen. TIJlor himself I with incidental all interests. I feel ofthe Great Lake Okeechobee but had also been slave t.
organize and carry into effect the svtem of jurisprudence '>f fees for judicial services, which shall be paid bv I protection to I : nearly I live Kentucky, a JR
demande by said treaty the commissinn.ewith such parties and lo such persons, as said! commissioner -I' containing these pledges. says : We are opposed fothe extenifti of government 40 miles square, by two canals, each 12 in Louisiana, and among tho Cherolee Indi. fr
ad'iCe of the several consuls fur the sholl!! direct ; and I the proceeds shall, as far as .nut while I thus pronounce liii. staeme'nt! to tie I Ia patronage to one class interest at the I miles lung ; one into the Caooa! Hatchce, alie knew Lewis Cass personally ; be. -Tj i '
ire named in said treaty or so of them is necessary, be applied| lo defray the irci- :entne falincalion. I wish" it not 10 be un'lertood
ports many t1fel"eO I expense or an other. I a river flowing into (he gulf and (the other in. had become acquainted with him in Michi- H
dent to the ceutian of his that I e-MtPilam a that Gen would I'I
doubt Tavlor
can be conveniently avrnblfd prescribe act ; accounts sign f )
I shal We desire make the seas and the ocean lo the Loch Hatckee, a river flowing into In that State, when Le bad lately at. -
the form of all processes which i -ued by5cOf5)AdcOnsUls br.th of re-cei! Is and expenditure, shall be i anYll1hu"1! may be panted bv Conjresg appIliin I gan. ;
the mode of executing and the kepi( l and had: before C(:ngrcss by the commissioner : t,, H.f Itrl'ulf!or the oiled States' the proviso ": free, and will construct forts and equip a navy the Atlantic. In the largest estimate of expenses tempted lo register his vote, he found to his M t t

Line of returning the same ; the manner in which annuallv I the ordinance of 177 on Ihe uljcl of slave'rv,- at any coif, to protect our commerce upontbfm. above given, the cost of these Iwo canals astonishment that it would not be accep'ed. 'h

trial!* shall b conducted and how the record thererf SEC. IS Andbeilfutfirr tnulJ. That in consideration Were Geti Taylor, to interpose the veto power 10confllJe is included. This, it is supposed, will On going up to the ballot box, he was told 'I[ '
the of the duties del:berate action of' thator I
be form of oaths for ChristianwitnesSes.
shall the I
kept; Cunre. upon
imposed upon '
ttU'W We will not however, in the drain some hundred thousand acres ofthe best that slave had not the right of suffrage in
come I a
and the mode of examining all other witfttuct commisioltr. there shall. be paid to him out of the any hrr the costs which .bal be alowf to the r>re- treasury of the United Slater annual the sumrf I to\\luch tl.e ronstilu'ional imurr has been settled highways of the several Slates, and expendthe bottom sugar !land in the South, now value. I that Sla'e. His vote was challenged, and jf

'aihl partv and the shal be paid for one thousand dollars, in 8d tis salary ; and bv' the 'alOli department' ct' the eoverrmeM, and money of the Union, lo improve the roads, less lying on the Kisseme river which annually I they told him that he teas a negro, and therefore 11
to iieces the there shall also be pant, annuailv of said a-'lu] .te,1 l in b, the penple, hioisdrvgard it ci 11coiKtittnt >
judicial services derry expends ; consuls and ri\er and harbors, particular: and fkvor.te overflows, owing to Ihe rise in the Okeechobce not entitled to vote. lie asked them wbr
cuner in which all officers and agents to execute fr alike reason, the sum of one thousand dol II with tie.frank amtral nj 1/1 8rlimf'lft ;
into J
ranlained sections. which it empties.Mr. they did not accept his vote and they replied |
and to carry this act into shall be appointed lars addi'ion (consular; fcrsSrc /i.ltltr to Captain 1I\ 1. AS the
pnceii.and compensited ; the eleci. bail bonds, 1 H' .1nJ ht fuithrr, enacted. That in all (r ilnf of I7.7 wa- (onfloc. and e-enarted, ineffect We desire an Independent Treasury. Wcstcott of Florida, introduced at the thai his hair vas too curly (cries of shame.) "

ud the security which shall be required of I he part i criminal cases which are not of a heinous d.aalter. I by the first COI'rfs"' ; f'onvene
who appeal from the decision of a con ul : and generally it shall l he lawful for the parties agenevtd rr con- ,I stitulion in I 17s ',and I,-ain aiapplu-lolhe I territory region to his State upon condition that it would tual, and he resolved to get up a petition for .
without fuathcr eunmeration, to make a 1nch I cernel llt.ttin. wild the a-setit of the commisjioner I noilhofli; dee. 3'') mm. in the' act for the a mlI *-
V.'e claim the largest liberty for the citizens drain t them. We have before us documentNo. the so'ic'tmg! : the aboit'on! of this !
decrees and regulations from time to time, under or consul to adjust and settle (he same among themselves ,i| sum of Missouri! in I IVXI, with I Ihcr deli'ratt- pjpme !
the provisions of this act, a the exigency may upon peruniarv or other conoid.-ration. I I IS i proval of IVe-iJcnt flrt and his cabinet ; and as individuals and wi give the widest 243 of the Senate, containing interesting law. He carried that petition to Lewis Cas, .1

dan and all such regulations, decree*. and or- ,:c, 20 And bt further enacted, That it shall :I a;ail in the I.t for onirin; :terrifonal RDvera- range'o their proper enterpiise, their skill and I information on this subject. The commis. I whom be saw in his own chamber. After ,

plainly drawn up in ,,ilin and tub- bel I he dulv also of Iheeoiirrissionerand the {consuls :'I Iwnt for Ort on. with the approval of President industr/. sioner ofthe general land office tbe secretary reading it, the General refused lo sign it." :
above provided, the advice of the con- fo enci,urjse tie settlement of controversies of a I>i Pclk. I have entertained no elouU that Gen Taylor "
mine I fo We the of ofthe and the committee
deny legitimacy Corporations, treasury, on pub.
I o I manv of them as can b* cons' lted wit hout civil cha'-a'-ter bv mutual agreement, or to submit ||I would repml the question of constitutions! pO''H PORTRAIT OF AN INDIANA WHIG. JT
them the too settled tifv designed to compete with men in their lie lands of the Senate, have all! decidedly reported -
. prejudicial delay or incon\enilncl. who shall each : to decision orefelttt ajreed upon by the : as firmly to j'i" any attempt by theExecutive pur. &
ipify b-s assent or di-sent in writing wil hils parties' a maionlv' ot \hor,1.1 have' power loileciJe (I i lo control tbe action of Congress, and this suits or to exercise any attribute sovereign in favor of the measure ; and a very The New Albany Democrat draws tbe fol-
time snSsmb-d' thereto and after tl.nch ad- Ihe mal r, And it be the duty of lit.I opinion I have : <'tlv! eipressod to all who hate conversed ry. aLlis facial report by a gentleman of high lowing life like portrait of the whig editor c( If

4 vizt anj (considering the same the commissioner commissioner to |repare a form submission (for I with me on Ihs sulne-et" We bold public officers to strict ac oun. character for scientific attainments, who madean I the Richmond Palladium, who was a member ..Jrif

nevertheless, bv causing the decree, order, or such C.S', to be silt b} the parties. and aclnmv.ledjed I The above facts afford conducive \\nooC would confine Governments I w ith. examination of the glade' it seems to us <. the State Senate of that State and is now 4*! .
rna.ito-n: to b; published with his signature theretMnd btfre the ; and v> hen parties Ila'f so lability/and '
the nlni"nt of his advi.er in cribed there- arelto referthe referees mae, after suitaMe! notice j I Iof not only that Gen. Tailor i. urged upon the in Ihe-lmits of our Constitutions, State and demonstrate the r feasibility of the project ; and I a candidate on the Taylor electoral ticket. ::4

l.t1 become binding and oblizsfory unt-l annulled the time and place of meeting for the trial, 1'rI I I t support oforlhfr men upon the strength ofjriiflrand judgment is backed by strong letters from There are many such Hnlloways in Ohio.
Imoj5r1 by Congress and it s'ull take effect ceed ex parte. in case either party refuses or r.ICI. / secret pledges that lie will not veto We deny the existence of any power in Gen. Gadsden, formerly enjjineer-in-chief of It "Thi notorious Hallowa}-the fellow who

fr pubrctlon: or any subsequent day thereto to appKar; and, after hearing any case, may dtltvrr I!l i the Wilmot Proviso, but thtt he i is openly su*- Congress or local Legislatures not expressly' the U. S. Army-by Gen. Jesup. Gen. liar. boasted in the State Senate last winter, that 5
trafd in the art. their award. sealed I c the! consul, who, in cI.af, shall I|'
!cc, 0. .f/iJ bt it farMer enacted That al; such onen the sane,jrnl if I he accepts; it, he hall endorse I lamed as \Vtlmot Provivoitt, by such leading granted : and will not assent lo the exercise ney. Col. J. II. Long, Major J. D. Grahamand his congressional district had not sent a single

reflations, orI"r., and decrees shill, I speedily a* Ihe fact. and judgment shall l be rendered Ihron,1 I| Whig politicians a Truman Smith and implied authority, for any purpose howe I Major W. H. Chase, Engineers all a. volunteer to tbe war-is out might and mainin ,,3

cay be after publication transmitted by the comauimnfr.with aid exocutio is.iie in compliance with 11.t I.rr. i j j Senator Baldwin. Let Gen. Taylor speak er plalitIC.I mong the most intelligent officers of the service the Kichtnand Palladium far Gen. Taylor.Halloway .

; the opinions of' his adeisers,.dravnabv thireotProenlfd: hou-ceer. That tl.1 parties may out. If it be true, as his fiiend say of him, acknowledge the ofthe Fed- and by citizens. is not on'y! a Mexican, hut be is
them to Le !laid bdore Congress for :1"8\1 settle Ihe same before return thereof u made'' supremacy many
?milio leferaIJ' to the (onul ':\ that he asks"no favors and shrink.- from no I era! Government rn all the powers given, or The land reclaimed is below latitude *}7 also a tory at heart-having made the infa.

SicAnd be it furtt enacted, That each < f 'ir '.!. .-1 le further enaclrd.That the ConnisMoners responsibility, let him come forward with an duties enjoined, by (lit Const Million. deg. 30 niin., where there is no frost t. and if mous declaration in the S.natelhat whatever

*lx cmttals port lor which he is an- and I the consul shall f he fully aut'iori/ed '''avowal of his opinions and hit principles ; We deny its authority: lo impose particular! the project succeeds, country larger than ihe j others might think, he should always believe .

pated.: shall be comoetei.t under the suthoritbbereincontainecj.upnn 10 cal! upon the Chinese aul hoi ilie* to sustain' and ; and let him announce to his countrymen, in I institutions on State or Territory the 'I Stale! Connecticut can be in five ears in that (he last war with Great Britain was one ts. j
facts within his own know. support tl.t in I lie} t\fullll of t the, confided ; which neither bp "distorted" I
TO\HO language can oflhe to interfere in cultivat.on! in limf"s.lf'm.I aggression and injustice on our part. and 4
Wje,or which he has good reason to believe true, lo them bv said treaty' and on to do' consent people, or any : : sugar cane, oranges,
and form whatever nor misunderstood, whit hi, position is on tho with their domestic local bananas (hat all the blood spilt in its prosecution rested :et
w lion complaint male.or information filed in writ- pet is neCessary lo carry thE pro. I manner, concerns or on, and other tropical productions
n:.and authenticate l in such way I shall be pre- cisionsof said treaty into full!! effect, so far a Ihe. vital q"It.rion. As the matter tOW stand, i laws.I that cannot be raised in any other! part of upon the heads of the American. And thn

trLbed by the c.ma i ,ioners, to issue his warrant are to be exe ufH i i-ito Cr.i ira.. either, the people of the North or ofdJf South I We claim the public lands for ,the benefit the present United States" to quote thc significant man avowing these infamous entiment% and j

for the trrrst ol any ritizen. of the United Hch': SO 22: .1ufle ifurlllt enactnl., That Ihe provisions I will be cheated and deeeirfd .W hch: is the I" of people, property, and de. language of the gallant! Harney. If making these i infamous boats is a nb'g edi. .$
I rtirjM withco-nmitling in China an oflTeii"faTain"tW i of this art, s:far. as (Iht same relates to crimes alihe 8
; and when arrested, to ar-aign and trv any sucli committed t bv rliztn.of the United Slates', shall ('- I j doomed section Ilis northern supporters j sire they shall be reserved lor actual set- this work can be effected, we shall not want tor, a whig senator, and a whig elector This S

tender; and upon con\ctlon. to s-ntence turn tpnishmenl tend lo untfr the treaty with,' the uhlmf,say the Smith, and I lie Souh; can make no I tiers at nominal prices. I Cuba wretched miscreant, upon whose very countenance .
in Jhe manner herein prescribed ; *1- Porte of May tekenlh, eighteen liumlrrd and llnrlv, answer. His friend here tjej: is fixed will
may say hope I We are opposed to all !speculations in this Wo do not profess lobe competent tojuJgonf tho impress of treason -
'ls me tmc out [punishment] in a manner ;> and shall be rxpcu'r-d in the drminion'of the *!u- I I I II
n.pyr- hope! but how can they do even that, and de. .
ay its in j travel his district,
domain and lo the of but through abusing
ibis scheme
sales at
to the offence, which pumshTipr. lal.; in all blimc! Ports in conformity with the provisions of: I particularly large I practicability ; S
1e, except I i i. herein otherwise prond, b said treaty, bv ihemnusirr of 11t! United Slates, ar,11 I! after Gen. Taylor in his Allison letter, had tracts 'for the purpose distributing the pro.cetds any rate it is a grand conception, and one flouncing General Cass and General Duller,

S liber fiie or imi"nm: n?. the Conuh appointed by the, United, Stales to rc.ide pioposed lodeliverlhem over, hound hind and among the Slates j' which, if the Senator from Florida succeed who rushed lo the frontier to protect tha pea.pie -

Sec 3, .ini lie further en acted That any nn. therein,ltemn who are. hereliv ex-ofTirio vested with the I.foot, to the tender mercies of a majority of These [form a creed which is not only defrn- I' in, he may rest satisfied with the good bu has of this territory from the invading foe.-

J I'wben sitting alooe for the trial of oflence*. shall powers pres-ed. so far contaitKd:* rrzards, hot the the punishment|'urro.c!above of crime f\-. I Longren "! cible but winch the nation may embrace with done.-Phil. Bulletin. Will not a patriotic people! who remember
decide all whe'e the fine
; 1t baiJ, one hundred ca;es dollar, or I he imposed terns of dOs imprto Src t= .'ndbtlfurtlr."att"d, That Ihe word :I safety and honor, and which time will vindi. I with gratitude the early services of these distinguished
An immense Democratic
rommi" w in art, shall be umlrr-! meeting was held It embraces hoot down such a fellow S
; ment does not exceed vixty days, and there 10J cafe and confirm. no trrnpora. Psej'rual R03 .-.\ New York correspondent gentlemen,
sal! be no appeal therefrom, except I provided in stand lo mean the person vested with andexercismeIhe I in Kahway, N. J., a few ,Iays since, which expedients, creations drb. day no sec. furnishes Tire Horticulturist" with the when he attempts to address them !"-Ohio '
principal diplomatic((functions in China and I addressed, others, by G. C. Col.
lectioa eleven of this aCt. tt \a among tional schemes or Slalfiman.
Sec.; 9. be further '.l. when sit. word minister, as meaning the person vested ins, K Philadelphia, a gentleman of disImguiilied prejudices, antilthiEI.- following :
.fl Tat the power of chief diplomatic functionary cf f Ihe I q. Eternal Truth, the Many cultivators of this fine new class of
hag alone a'.sn: decide all e which thee lu1Jlc f}
. Sne imposed d may.e; not exceed:five r4 hundred or United S'altJ in Turkey The word consul h'l he ability, who in 1840, and ngain Good are its bisis, and it confidently : roses, waste its sweetness" by allowing it A Fair Hit. S
dolas. understood to mean any the j in 1844, travelled the whole Uuiou in behalf The following is an extract from a speech
the person \'slby and With
: term ti If imprisonment does nor I lenges investigation lo carry all its blossoms in the month of June.

iau bindrtd: but is all such cases, if the fine exceed one Stales any with of the, and five ports turr"ine.in; China the named consular in the authorityin treaty=, of the Whig 231 cause, making in the latt campaign such principles need we fear lo go into the Now to have the perpetual rose fully enjoyed, recently delivered at Jacksonville, Floridaby

daa.lhedefenJjnt dollar*.or the imprisinment uCtf. ninety or in anv port in Turkey speeches and eJp'ndn: some coming canvass. No To doubt our success it should not be allowed to bloom at all in the C. H. COOFEH, Esq., of that place. Reck.on .
ma?. b* the requirements I 8 OOO to the
oml.lyinJ i' <>rc. 24. And r further enacted, That a'l! such secure adversa.. is to question the virtue, intelligence rose season. Roses are common (hen thatit ** **
in ca?s of appeal; carry tbt case before ries. Mr. Collins reviewed the base we shall bear no more oflhe two lives. ij;
the commissioner by appeal. I' officer* !hal be rfponlbl for their conduclo the abandonment and patriotism of tbe great body of our countrymen. is not at all prized, while blooming from
United nol the of Those that live in houses shouldn'tthrow
onlv by Whig its glass
Sc Ij And be it further Jattr(', That whenwennjny a. party measures To fear, would be Alike unwise and mid-mmmer November it is highly prizedby
functionaries and commercial functionaries
diplomatic and its the cruel stonesFor honor
case the consul shall be of opinion that, men- treachery of its course upon my as a
by reason o( the legal question which may arise but judicial olerl when they perform judicial towards Henry Clay, and the reasons which unmanly. all persons. gentleman I Ion have seen two distinct editions :
duties, and held liable for all
negli The I to it in perfection
assistance' will be turn, when. way pursue grow ,
tht11 u..rullo or and misconduct a* puUieoftjrerfROBT. I now induced him (uiner lo withdraw Horn a of Mr. CabcIPs circular letter apologizing
Met be shall be of opinion that a severer punishnt gences THE CROPS. is to pinch out, as soon as visible, every bIos.
than C. WINTlIROr. I party so base, treacherous and unprincipled. for his Winthrop vote ; and as Mr. Cab.

s.aJ j n]. in either those case above, ,'ptifril be more required(-itili'fls,.lie Speaker of the lou., of Representatives. Mr. Collins further stated that he had a letter MISSISSIPPI.-The Nftchez. Courier of the som from bud the that middle appears of May at to the the middle first crop June.say eli has taken the liberty ascribing the inteniion '

tItttjfljted Sale.not exceeding four in number M DALLAS, from Henry Clay in his possession, expressing 18th says : oflhe two Lives of Gen. Cass for cir- fl \
Vice President of the Slates, and This reserves all the strength of the plant
htsacapit nolle" than 'lour wloshall he Unilf of I Ihe Senile. his opinion that Gen. Taylor did not During our recent visit to the countrywe culation, the one at the North and the other *
pTw* rCi" for the after bloom and accordingly I have
ofgood repute and competent to the dutv. to JAMES K. POLK. possess lie ability to discharge the duties of occasion: to olltne. well to in. ; at the South, we can avail ourselves of iba
I.rIb him in the trial, and who, after so sitting lad a a such clusters of roses in July August,September .
t lh trial', .h.n' each enter ufn the record h" Approved August 7. I S-9. the office of President.-Providence, (R /) quire, of the prospect of the and October, as those.who hare not tried same liberty, and believe that one edition of ;.,

&"t and<' opinion, and sign I ht same The conbalU ---- ---- --- - Republican 4 Herald. growing cotton crop. On the whole the accounts his letter was intended for the atmosphere of ]*
"" this stopping system can have no idea of La
however. decide the case; but if his deci- although in Massachusetts to Mr. Winthrop straght
of are
If Lai was stated \ty Cap' very many
Rein, Madame La flay Compte de Paris. and
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.. **!'*f*posed.I he tae.bJ the without opinion further of one proceeding or more of,In to-* Montgomery, at the late! Stone Mountain Mass EXTRACT of a letter from Cor. Ransom of places the boll worm had done and was doingconsiderable the Dutchess of Sutherland ann particularly with his constituents and the other lor Florida -

ht with the U rail the Alabama editor damage. All our planters now to apologise for Mr. Cabell to his const i.
ier C1rl<'rncc and opinion, shall be re- I .Meeting. we Michigan : superb vareties' under this treatment. Indeed S
!*J'0 the commissioner for his final! adjudication, to account for circulating falsehoods He fear is a continuance of Ihe rainy weather.Clear .- tuents."
1tbtrbyentering Of this Slate, there is no more doubt than they may bo recommended as among

I :Jnmetothe! consul UP jodsroent with instruclionk thereinnr i how remitting to pro- stated, to testifies the Savannah Georgian, there is of (he existence of Deity ; and the and excellent sunshiny weather A is all they bounteous requireto the best ofthe perpeluals. A new tray to collect Bad Z>f6/ .-An nn- i

i j tbwf with j ,; but in all such CtI,except capital .that he was from that portion of Alabama, man who says tbe Electoral vote of Michigan I male crops. most I Save adopted with excellent results! Mr. dertaker in New.York being unable to recollect

** i ,rlbefnI1 and his aociato concur in in which it \&supposed that there t.some is doubtful, is either totally ignorant of the crop corn has this year almost everywhere" River's recommendation giving the roots some old debts, after calling and sending -

-awo. decision shall be final disaffection in the Democratic party but he state of parties here, or wilfully the rewarded the labors ofthe farmer. of well established roses a good soaking of in vain, look out his hearse and drove up In .'

J sih If- -*r be further enacted That the conh assured the Democrats Georgia that Mr. truth. We shall give Gen. Cuss perverts to 10,000 The Port Gibson Herald of the 18th says : liquid guano,after they have shed their leaves the dwelling of a creditor. Much surprise .

.h*at is,' >TMl each shall of have them jurisdiction at the port, for is Yanccy did not hare a corporals guard to majority-and the result in Ohio, :Inei.n., IIlinois From all parts of Claibnrne and adjoin say middle of October. It greatly promotes was expressed by the family, who on hearing "J

lIer15 aTPintt., in civil eases arising under I said follow him, and that Alabama would roll Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa Wilcon. ing counties we hear complaint ofthe rn rages their luxuriant growth the next season. that the hearse would remain until the money S

fl'r'"._bmin"the damage dlmandr doe not ex- up' a majority 15,000 for Cass and Butler." sin, is as certain a in our own of the boll woim. Should they continue -- ---- was paid, speedily hauled over the money- T

i tSide.11 o* fire hundred dolar* ; and if be tee From what we can learn of Capt. Watson, will ALL give their Electoral vote Slate-Ibf'' their destructive operations much longer, the From the Mobile Tribune, September 3. He repealed the operation with all his ered- i 5

"I luT! Ena1 th* *;*hut me without in his i decision any case Ih in-re. he is a br te and honorable soldier, who "did inees ofthe Baltimore Convention." crop in this region will b very short." Cotton Crop.-The storm of which we itors, and before night the debts were all .

l.w;"{rl 1 rlnltt.; and assistance i will be usefit the country some service" during the late The Canton Creole! says : have given some account in its passage paid. i.>

daja! ; ,i. l exceed fire hundreu M lian'ar.. lithe Alabama Journal and Jin Affecting lnc nt.-The Piltsburg 44 We. have had several showers sine our through this state and East Mississippi. did Don!'! tile IL-The federal editor's den't

.to"> )either aid! such ca.e it shall b bit duty to its co-workers hare deceived us in this matter Journal, .noticing the arrival of the troops Isst. Wo understand that the boll worm still considerable! damage in Louisiana. It tore like Taylors letter to Lippard, in which be
th hi < not leM than two. nor more than I our confidence in them ceases, from no, from Mexico trees prostrated fences and houses and he is .
tl ', the United of good repute there says : continues its ravages, that the must up says not a party candidate"-ba olfc: r
a a',"Petentto the lnty. Satt with him hear henceforth. From representations made b)' As the volunteers were marching up the be less than that of aD year cro they arc greatly damaged the growing cotton. It was words that nc it TIOT MIC Wnio CAM>TDATZ.

f 1 c" CI; aj if the cors 1 and hi. associates the Editor of this last mentioned newspaper, wharf after disembarkation, a young gallant- soon checked. Wo have not yet heard of the accompanied by an excessive flood of rain.- The Philadelphia Inquirer, a leading Whig paper

I"::.::'oinion.; the judgment shall be final ; but we bare looked for 5.000 or 10,000 for Old looking soldier bapened to catch sight of a caterpillar or cotton worm." The papers in the region alluded to say that says-w In reply to the Pennsylvanitn
.leo any *f them, dlr( <>r from the eontnl. Zack at least. Is Alabama erect .r not 1- .
young woman at the tame moment that she the cotton crop has been reduced twenly.five we say'thal as Whigs, WE DO NOT LIKE
Oallshafl .
1 the and LovIsIA'u.-Thc St. Francisville Chronicle
lh I lsub.oribe h.b nof 01* llnt recor., di.- Does she see her interest, or is she yet it saw him. She was quite pretty, nr imatly i pejLOtat by ihe visitation THE LETTER ALLUDED TO." The

I l Uqt r<>00''I. with such re *> therefor tr a" darkness Lagragc Reporter. dressed, and had a very bright baby in says : ; In consequence oflhe continued rains, and Whig papers in New Totk pretended to regard -

"P" to fisn' aDd 1 either party may EncLJt C nrf.-Lieut. Maury, tbe Sup. her arms. The ouog woman .uttered a For several days past we bare bad con. (he ravages of the worm I, (says the Sumter it as A forgery, and intimated that Taylor

M teappl..;under such but ..relrions as i. taw.may erintendent of the Washington Observatory, short joyful cry, a she saw (he soldier. Away aiderable. rain. Our planters will suffer, a county Whig) many of our fanners inform us mould not be guilty of thus insultIng the
no appeal
t1 the *ft'wi.!.ioa of tb coonl ball b. C- in a letter addressed to the Secretary of the went tbe musket, and darting from his they are at present gathering their cotton.\ that they will not make more than half crop Whig party But the Philadelphia Ledger,

;1 e. Nary, an notices the return of Enck'n Comet place in the ranks, the brave fellow caughthis We have heard it asserted by those well informed this season. in which it first appeared vouches/or authenticity ,

2..1'U fut"enacted Tat in all after an absence of three yean. He says wife and child in his arms To as this about such matters that there will be]:. Cotton Crop in ATutisrippi. mercantile and sets the quarrel at rest. So Whig

c" "ic n. taken it discovered on FrUhty night but, j .one oftbe mot touching occurrences of a falling off.f at least one-fourth in the cotton I. house of this city hat placed u our hands get is forced to consider Uelfkkkrd bj its

Ee: purpose' .; a 11 fttifl obtn U may th. tat Profo'or Bobber tbe dlYt to fruitful in touching eeDes stop nwi.1 to the very unfavorable season/ a letter da'.d !,lit ult., at CeJuobos. The o*S cai* date !

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9 CfrretptnJenee cf the Flortdian THE FLORIDIAN (f tsr the ability and intelligence be bis display. Whiff Ticker Exposedr 'The coming af from me.n"Tict'c1 opoliical dulwnesly, The !D..I1'-Ez eTa.le 1'
OCALA, Fla., Sept. 14, ISIS.1 ed in fulfilling the duty he \&appointed to and therefore "Of111 of I he slightest credit.Filing6' to gull the people .t Fillmo an,,' Ipk.

\\1 t v1 Messrs. E.li'ar00 Saturday? the 9lh ". perform. The Commissioner .f the General The \VLig papers in this State, I elsewhere, like Letter." by loudly aLli
,# with hundred others, had the LL r v ALO..Jt. drowning men, catch at every straw which floats proclaiming through tnr it
. bit., many Li nd Office Judge Y recommendsthe
---- ,( oco.))111. FIU.MOHE Aboli. and the
c : pleasure of attending a Democratic haibacue -- ---- upon the political waters. They are coin ing extensively The Stfa'l publshe : pert on stump, I niDc tllt j
: of the bill. Gen. J. I *
23 1848. Letters from
J; at ihe beautiful: little! village of Ocala. Oatha SaturdayBepternber passage a weak, flimsy, humbugging and deceptive lion letter f 1S38, and tie to get round Its sound, that he one Ipore a billt

. 1 I .; public square there had been previously' DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.f( Gadsden, Gen. Jfssup, Gen. Harney, Col. article from the New Orleans See in reference to. odious d 5t"*9, by saying that it MconflicUM a slave. "1f"1 have us looks t p l.rI.
( '. stand &c. At Long, and Major Graham McCIellan, FILLMORE'S JOSHUA R. GIDDINO'S infamous i talt
i44.- erected an arbor, speaker's an Capt. : votes on with hPrccent letter lo GAYIJC, of Alabama. conclusive 1"IQ1tat I .s dot .
i :: early hour, the stars and stripes, anJ for>> (he- FOR PRCflDK.tT: OF THE VXtTf.D' IT ATE* I: of the army, and Com. Powell and Lieut. Ro. Creole retolutien They parade tlut article Wher How T In what or particular lertain the anti-slavery! t ID.

.'J; ': i first time on this rural spot, .together with ap. GEN. LEWIS CASS, ger, of the navy, and several other gentle before their readers asa triumphant defence o(fiLL both respt"c letters and been to him feelng whkh Layg
; banners their silken from democratic when the truth i is. 1 're have published altu ; ire |
14 rlt: ,: : prupriate bearing on OF MICHIGAN. of character the MORK charges; wht AI j f
men high ,
!?"\;' folds the names: of CASS and BUTLER, HAILKY recommending the Bee falsifies Ihe record, and fails entirely to tel we ilk our reader to refer to them, that they Fortunately we have these furnished r

,;l l .. :: aid: ) DCVAL ALDRICh and PAIXK, were given ron VICE PRESIDENT: :' : measure, are appended to the report of Mr. I its rea.Jer only sufficient, to accomplish its pnrpo mt see there is no conflict. There is no. our bands in the Savannah Georgia fa* ofti

) : i LI ..\ ', to the breeze, amid (be long, loud, and enlhu. GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, Smith. We say this with the Congressional record belore U!, t tbng in his GATLE letter conflicting with his I4ib instant, and we gin them that m':
't'iI1.> :' o'a:! cheering; of ihe inuy Democrats who OF KESTCCKT. We learn there is ne doubt that tho bill i which any gentleman of the opposition is at libertyto our
: ( ecUration in 38 that he was in favor den may see what little affiJ
I t Ij"i.. : had assembled to witness llu interesting raw will next session. I inpCc by calling at this office. o arrgb they
Ij FOR GOVERNOR: OF FLORIDA : pass exercising all the constitutional the Whigs to sustain
f .tlj ii & eant.' The Bee sets out with the unblushing assertion Congress power advocacy or }'in.

: .1.: r'*. .'. .. At abojt: 11 oV.'ock, the! meeting was or. GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. lnrk tie Abolltlontst! that Mr. FILLMORE on that occasion voted with the i possesses to abolish the internal stare trade more :

; 1 Ji-i ":'' ... ionized: by the Rev. WM. CONXEL: asJvjlVV FOR coxrjRr : Platform of Mlllard Fillmore, the Abolitionist South, and as evidence of this says that he voter between th States." That letter says nothing .It seems that during the

: ;:! : Chairman supported by thirteen Vice PresiV'j i. WILLIAM P. DUVAL.FOR "BCFTAto, Oct. 17, 1838. with 125 members against ling the resolutions'a this subject. Nor is there any thing in J'cktn.lhe Comet sad the admiDirtir( 0 c,

: { ?;j' .' dents. JOHX (,. KEAKDOX, E..q., and Col. PRESIDENTIAL f.LtCTORS : SIR : Your communication of the 15th inst., the table. This is true, but whydid not this ver.. upon it conflicting with bit views in '39, favor driven k"n vessel by distress., freighted of weather in part ian with .In.,, *1.",
* '
:" II. HICKMAN were requested lo act as cious and satisfied Bee little sat "
i t.)1.. easily a further
: : chairman of committee appointed by go of the British West Indies
as a ,
4, ll'iil-" j" ?.: : Secretaries. After I the President J in n few GnORJi( II. I FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns. I .The Anti-Slavery Society of the Clninty tell the whole truth ? John Qittnry .IJami, Start, of immediate legislation for th abii o sit one at !liberty. Gen.Jackson, through aDd 'the If.i.!';,1IW? .

' 1 i *'"I.:" ... '..' pertinent remarks had made known the object CI1AHLKS[ II. DUl'ONT: Of GadsJtn. I Eric" has just come to hand. You I o date, AND! TiE NOTORIOUS MOVER OF TI: slavery in th Jislric of Columbia. I rca, his Secretary, demanded of the nlih. :

J* 'fj!:;'. .'* of the meeting, Louis' Aldiich, K-q :irc, the JOHN: MILTON( Of Jackson Count. .,.. my answer to the f following inlwrrogctorifs : RESOLUTIONS: HIMSELF, JOSHUA R. I letter to GAYLE says nothing upon this subject ment a idem Great nil Britain, for the slaves thn ]lot(Go. f[
paid lo
.. -- -- : the
, :; .. ,,y*" Democratic Senatorial:) candidate: for this and Extrn -Pay to Volunteers.- ---- 1st. Do you believe that petition*,to Congress DINGS, toted tfilh Fillmore and the Ittmemben'r either. As we have before shown, that letter o'uer.eminent the sum cf SI 10,178 62, which AruinQ*, go,.

..: i'-\i\1 1: '.. Alachui counties was called lo the slit n l..U .-:- on the subject of slavery and the slave .This "tafemcnt," says the Bee incontrovertiU Bf>ren received in I toast! for the Q
We have received from Mr. WESTCOTTthejfollotving had reference to in the States. Then,
*. ::. *.$ :.'. "t ''r Aldrich stated that the committee of invii : : trade ought to be received, read ant! respect proves that Fillmore went with the South on the m?. slavery and during his admlnlstrlon C"Dtlfl.a t ] /* I
,. i, : '*I :''! J .'. talion' had handed him a letter from the lion. cctnmunication\ which it gives fully considered by the representatives of the tnorableoccasion :" Then it proves incontruverliH e where is the conflict 1 The Sentinel has not mants Executive except chair. Mr.sum Van ol $7I63 Buren 28. On'tniDl1' t "

'ys.[ :f':.'!> t '.. Mr.\ Yulee, who had been invited lo he pre. in great pleasure! to publish : people ? that Gilding* went with the South too! What on- pointed i out, and we are unable to discover he depo.ile with the Treasurer of the United\ 'I'

: "yV ". deprived of that pleasure. The letter rising TIle Editor cf the T.tIbasee! papers nil I oblige presented t themselves, and demanded cllil J
t. 4f' Texas to this Union under any crcumstances, feet kf-e ing with the co-jrse the Fillmorittt are FILLMoRE himself would have
b. tf "J *': :', loudly called f for, was read by Mr. Aldrich.I. .- me by tatin;; in their papers that the Pamaster so long slaves are held thereh 1 everywhere puruing.irh to the Abolition opinions us this fund held by the United States in ijSV

)I. .:'*'. '-,; .' It contained a full and aL!. exposition of most t General has decided: that the Officers, noncommissioned 3d. Are a you in lhtor Coagess exercisingall ism of their candidate for Vice regard President. He voted believe that his sentiments have always been Treasury them. But, it was a Mr.found Van that Euren it could had pat it inta IK!
..!,.' of the national which this Officers Musicians and Privates in the since he examined the not t be paid_
at Captain subject .
.if. great questions the constitutional power i possesses!, to while in Congress no less than forty-seven time same suf. ithout ar, Act for that purpose. That the Mbw!
'.' ., "-J/. .' :. lima so flilly occupy the public mind, and a Fi'JtI:1\: Company of Florida Volunteers are entitled abolish the internal slave trad between tbe with the abolitionists against (fie South, his atl' ficiently to form an opinion." may b fully und nto I will Cin the Act at it* !
" '.i' y : thorough understanding, of which i is of such to three months Extra pay under the act of States ? b,1 reported and : .
Yo ale? in the South close their eyes to this, or else Well, but the Sentinel thinks even if a
:; : vital importance: to those who, at thc ballot bt\c. June, !1I'! This pty: is for 1st Sergeant:::-19-2dTd ;! 4th. Are in favor of inmeJiate legislation to hi. ,1 .An Act 'for the relief of the owners the ht&received
you fry explain .w y enurso bjr p.r..r.n *" .chango he conceded FILLMORE should D
;" .:, / Artloon to 81'alille: fate of this great and go'v..i" and 4th 'runts.: $.n) t'a'b-al1lhe Corporals, for (the abolitiun ef slave in the Distrie similar to the above. not from the British Government as an iiwUm"
i. jr garbling for the loss of slaves lost
: he blamed for this than CASS. 'from
f : ...1. ..' riuus Republic! which has come down to us as! S27
r .:.'. : a goodly! heritage: from our illustrious Ances. Duplicate affidavits- of identity and of service, and I am much engaged and have no time to eotnpelliu Giddings to sue for permis'ion to,withdraw you don't admit that FILLMORe is no better .Be it enacted,tc -That t bU'D of !

T ;.. '."i f. tor, nnJ which under the guidance of Demo. of honorable di scharge,must: be sent with duplicate enter into an argument, or to expliin at length ; the resolution" This i is more garbling, andit than CASI, do you ? Thank'ie, thank'ie for and nine hundred and silly-five' dollar> and'f|tit,.

'. 4 -HV." ; '' cratic ruler has attained I r.. that degree of receipts to the Pan.i'ter Oi lIfral's> Of.Vuh.: my reasons for rny o inien. I ?hil| therefore is unltlf'. I i!a remarkable fact that the very that small favor Then it proceeds : eight from the cent British, a balance Government of tbe lJrmnilit re
j! : ." pcifrctiun which has: formed an en; in the Le rrmiltri] the order I. |
will I ohlur
the to
ington'and amnur.t content fur the ,
myself present by answering fir t word said about withdrawing the resolution "Theque tion addressing itself with solemnity from on board Ihe Comet and Encomium itN !
} .-. .:. .:>. ,:'.. history of the world. adding i-lar after star tot of the persons' entitled. J. V.) WESTCOTT, Jr. ALL your interrogatories in the IFFIRMATIVE came from FILLMORE! and at suggestion I GID to the people' the South in this (ri al itlhii :- ?an, paid info theTreasurj by the late John FortrtT

; ,." ':. the bright galaxy that adorns its rwutcheon, &rh'm't'r| : 3. I N IS. and J leave for some future occasion a DINGS withdrew them On 343 of the Con. Shall we have a Northern President and a SC tht'r be paid on the order of the Secretary of SI.t,11 ths
., I' ':' .c. .: and presents a living refutation of the crown extended discussion the page Vice: President-or : Souther President with a persons c'r companies rnltl.d thereto their
4-. '. more on sibjert. grcssional Globe, 2d session, 27th Congress, Mr.f'I.LHOR Northern Vice President ?r' and fur that e
...i i :. '.. fostered maxirn, "lhat man is incapable of self To Correspondents.. C. IL" must ei. MILLARD FILL 10RE. representatives ; purpose the *fom i4
: ..r.. .,: God that the E said- What does this mean, if it not virtual sum be. and it it hereby appropriated lo be pii4 cat
'..t ,. .. government. grant howlings cuss our neglectofhis fkv.r. It shall appear W. MILLS, csq.. chairman." 'a i a of any mcney in the Treasury not otherwise
. lie had never asked to be excused from voting, inn.
'.''! disappointed ofTice-see! the carpings of concession of the whole rr"Approved
" : ; in point against priated.
: our next. and he never 'yoI1.I But he wi ..',: '; .' political demagogues:: or the hind: enthusiasm No man" received LOOK AT THIS! it wasinor.Serfor him /on.'"the gentleman FILLMORE ? And what good will TAYLOB. ,Feb. IS. I43."
; longer a Taylor was i n
:. of pseudo religious! :; fanatics may not retard its from[ Ohio, (Mr. GiJdingi,) to withdraw the rev>Iu. Now it will b perceived that the moieynkita
,It: '. :.' : oi\vard: anJ upward tenderer, hut may the too late (or this \vetk. It will be publishednext 09-: << How easy l 18 to satisfy tie Will;* of: lion:" a Southern man, do us, if his Northern Whig was appropriated lor the payment of the owitnsf

;. ..,; ,"e' ;:,,: people, in their Democratic, strength, rally; week. I South 1.'. And jet, say the unscrupulous Bee, FILLMORE friends are right in saying he will not veto the of trust these fund negroes placed was in the nothing keeping mere of nor less tbio a

,4. S.. : : around tho standard of our common country, %% W. would be obliged to our correspondents wa I in favor of compelling Giddings to SUE for Wilmot Proviso 1 He does not say be will for that purpose. During the last onr session goveromeat of Ceiu

... ... '.. '. an I con"i.tn i; i 10 cer1astitig oblivion those Who, to be\ prompt in forwarding us the returns From the Savannah Ceorgttn. permission to withdraw: them!!!" I is a strange veto it. What evidence has the Sentinel that gres a similar cue came up ; there was a small fired
'i- .: to gratify' a venal ambition, would! endanger Southern man, Whig or Democrat, read the way of" compelling" a man lo do anything I by 01. remaining in the Treasury, cnhu.IP to us bv Gmt
.. ,I. of the election which takes place next :\ he will ? None of your burrahing now Britain to pay for slaves BritishVesie's
Monday '
either its distance !
or prosper/: following remarks of the New Yotk Globe, a untarily asking him to do it! UUt of
.' during the
war ol IS12. This
about and hero Southern case identical
; ".:/ After reading' the loiter from .Mr. Yule! a week. rabid: If it doa not bring Moreover, says the Bee, in speaking oflhe point a Rough Ready" with that of Mr. Fillmore's Was was it

:. ;.. synopsis: of which I trmild give you, hut that I I The Hon. Mr. CABELL arrived in town Bariibiirning paper. of older r.iHed by FILLMORC, and which wj sustained man, and all that-we want an answer from by the Abolitionist? So ra(rpm i. it, the notorious opposed
:. : have: learned that tbe entire I It-tier t n to he pub the blush shame to the cheek of every hen. ) by the Houje : .Mr. FILLMOBE'S view, of his expressed views. His Northern Giddings (always found side by.side with Fillmore)
..: this morning, and will address the people to. Southern who has been any spoke in its favor,from whose
limbedvilh( the regular proceed! ;: of the est Whig (Dt. were maintained by the House, and Mr. GIDDI.YG blends take his views speech we make the
a extract
.,. meelin,!. :Mr. Aldrich, in a chaste: beautiful, day at the Court House.Fnellovingoxtract. PED..4i f) into the support of Fillmore, was thereby refused the privilege of speaking in de. expressed a guarantee :
: ', and pledge that lie will sustain them in .It is said that we deiire to keep this in
; .. :. and highly appropriate! adJress, which commended :{ from the last SoullaernJournal has come for the South to tremble. A hateful fence ohis oJiouiresolutions," Falseagjiu. Gu the Treasury. Sir, 1 have no such wi.n.money God 'for-
:' '. S. '. it.cll'In all parties: on account of its charm is upon the spirit of a large portion dingi rrlu '.! lo make a defeace' No objection their opposition to the extension of slavery. bid; it is the price of' blood. It ".obhinr from
: mild and! gentlemanly: character, but replete : will explain itself and show also that was made to hisdefeidingbimselfit he chose. Mr. Why will not the Sentinel show that they are Great Britain by the Executive witbo1t connlurg,
of her Darkness is their vi.
.. of lotirvl Democratic principles, entertained I we took the earliest opportunity to correct the cnidrcn. upon STVJILY of North Carolina, then as now : WLigsiul wrong by explaining these views ? This is this by.. the The treaties and conventions were nego>
sion. They know not what they do. ard money was obtained by the
the audience: for upwards of an hour. His tr111.
; ; errors spoken of: wbat we want. Don't hoot and hurra alto making power. with which we have no right to inlerfere. .
.". : speech was greeted with the warmest: acclamations Letter from Millard Fillmore. He had understood that the To of it
t We are ren.utstrd by the srr.ior editor of the} nobody objected lo di.trllhi. money or any portion ,
",. : of applause.! to that, in Lis absence from the (KrThe following! letter from Mr. Fill-CC gentleman from Ohio, (Mr. Giddings. .) making hii gether. Reason a little. Besides, this talk to the payment of' other claims,would be violation
., .5 Col. C. A. M. Mitchell, a talented young; rlridian. say QZnaore, addressed to Gov. Gayle, of Al..4) drcncf if lie chose. There was no objection matte! about a Southern President and Northern of Ihe tru.t reposed in this government breach ef
... of this The city, on Friday acd Saturday last t, (the junior editorbeis .abarna find in the Mobile g itl lan'l asking a matter of (aorto do this solemn covenant, and a total disregard our ci.
: lawyer place, folloxred. Colonel & we 1ldrer.ji) a Vice President, does not relieve us of the dif. I faith-" o
confined at h he I but would if claimed ledged
;' ; me I, family afflictions) lefta so ; no man object the gentleman
: is a gentleman of fine natural and! (& liser headed .Another
acquiredabilities friend in chirge) of the paper, \Tbe, under a misapprehension LCccO GunJ it u a right. He wished it to be understood that I ficulty, for your own man, who is to be the I will be noticed thai even in this busiotaFillanore
.. aDd really made: the most of a had CrrSpi1ed. The ; j there not a dissenting i voice to that. TIle :
of the facts, made! statements in the Edi.tiral "a gen. Southern President tells that FILLMOHE
cause ; hut, though among his friend, all or Uror paper, and is perfectly ? l lleman: had arfeht to defend him-elf, and to go on I us was not separated from Giddingt,
.' whom entertain the highest regard for his pri. : ,at the head of Mr. Prndl'l address, ,which 7"with Fillmore's letter. THIS atiafefJ) undisturbed! in his defence, if he chose."-page 31-3 I j your Northern Vice President, is "justly en. for be, too, favored a similar appropriation.And .
lie desires
to correct. The statement that the Cen-
rate anJ professional worth, yet the feeble, Cnow EASY IT IS TO SATISFY TJE-} And (.uthe on pago :340, Mr. CAMPBELL. d ti!:- d to be tLe first on your ticket." This now we tack, if to such a bill
l Committee rer i
very feeble: ,applause which his speech elicited, Ir.1 never rtei'td"an, report tr rc- : OF TiE SOUTH llesp2ctCC7"ing .. South Carolina said- brings back to the same old dilemma. evidence of Fillmore's Southern feelings
t you wu
..uun.IeJ'cry nnch! like the dirge \Vhigi'rv.. ports( from the Delegates, is erroneous. J is true the important question of extf ndg }..| He w'i.hed it to be generally understood that n"
At'er the conclusion of the Colonel's speech, that the report ol one Delegate (Mr. Mo
I It tvas announced that dinner was in waiting, ad.ire.ed to the Central Committee; but those of Qin Mr. Fillmore says not a word.' HE.< Ohio, (Mr. (;.) proceeding in his defence." Ho under out of it. torious Giddings equally as strong testimenj

.3 S S j and an invitation; extended to repair to a t the other two came to the poe!,ion ff lh. Committee Oof CROC.ND OF Do not these extracts from Ihe record show how Ah! I but FILLMOHE is bad, CASS is worse. that he, too, favored the South ? Let lit
through the of the to AU TiE TiE BtFFAL. the Bee has tried to deceive and impose
11 : neighboring grove, where we found a most courtly gentleman Qz-CoNvr.xTzos, AND EVIN OF ( shamefully I How so ? CASS says expressly] be is opposedto Whigs answer !
;' \hrm they were addressed, though they were subsequently upon the public ?
f sumptuous dinner, which! did great credit to OZOL1TIONISTS GENERALLY, which Op. ( the Wilmot Proviso, and, of course, he will
1 ... the culinary attainments of Mr. J. Beckam: withdrawn. But the Committee never Urposes any interference by the Gene-_.( Hut (this i is not all. The Bee stops in its examination "Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep.reseatatives .

., : :' who, was the especial smerriser of this depirtmcnf fel it to be within the range ef its Jutir, in publish I flJ'ral Government with the i iJtj institutionJj[ and perversion of the Journals, just where vela it. General TAYLOR has never said a of the Terrilo y of Flo That

OJ:' S. ," and to which the assembled hundreds under their sanction, or I a matter of course, any! I 'of slavery in the slave States.JJ-4V.( they begin to show the true feelings! of member', lot much, and, as lo FILLMOHE, you' could not in.1 the failh and honor of Florida will

., '. did ample ju>tice. Dinner being; over, of the reports. They regarded the Delegates! like }". Globe, IIth ins!. just before the House was brought to vote on the suit him worse than to say he was opposed to i be maintained inviolate. .

.. S we again: repaired to the arbor when J. A. themselves. responsible to the Democratic party,and) I And can be possible that thii NorthernAbolitionist resolution condemning Giddings, Juhn Q. Adams the Proviso. Nobody is so ignorant as to say "leloTrtd. That the validity of the bonds

S ,, 1'edtf, Esq'r. was called to rile stand, who in neither responsible to the other ; an I that each alike! i moved that the resolution bt laid upon Ihe table.- this of him. Then how is CASS worse than pledged by the Territorial
: and
this inveterate envesomed
.. .' a long; and masterly arg-imenf, proved inconlestihly were free to exercise.within I their respective i spheres.[ Upon this:motion the yeas and nays were taken,and I Government, will be recognized and hello-

., .o"' .. that the present IV/iigpary was none 'jch discretion as to any and all raatlir, a!their hater of the South, has been OCTi.M, >OKsby were, yeas 70-FILLMORE, Adams, Gate*. and he ? This matter of the Proviso is the great cred by the people: of Forida! under any f.r

other than the old Federal party in a new judgments! mi lil lictale. }; the Southern candidate for the Winthrop ruling YEA-and nays 125. Had (his motion question, and CASS is undoubtedly with us, of government they may hereafter assume.

... '. : gui <". lit laid down the true Democm! We are de.irr l to say fUll her, Ibllt.o t necessar>' Presidency v- ? Yes he has Here it is-! prevailed, there would have been an end of Ihe while FILLMORE is a undoubtedly against us, t Resolved, That we do, in the name of o

r... principles and established: : iho fact beyond the correction 'i be made i:the IK-T'' Flruian.! Read it Weigh it Think it Vote matter, and GidJmgs had gotten ofl without cen and TAYLOR will not say where he i is ; and I constituents, the people of Florida denounce
:. ;power of contradiction that they constitute* upon sure. Hut the abolitionist were defeated in this the doctrine, so injurious to their fair fame,
tie only true policy of ihe government. lie We have: received a copy of thn Report of upon it and if you vote the Whig ticket, re. move, though they struggled to save Giddings to the fet CASS is the worse of the three. Strange I that they are either competent or inclinedU

member that Northern revilers will not la-t. logic The Sentinel deserves much glory for violate! their plighted faith to the holdenof
I. pursued Wbig; ery to its various hiding places, he Committee on Public Lands of the Senate your .

": stripped it of the garnishing with which it is of the U. S., upon the bill offered by Mr. whisper in their sleeves, but will announce to The resolution of censure was finally adopted the a great deal such. those 'ferrtocialbonds which have bcea ii-

.,.. decked by Whig speakers'! art; I Whig writers I WESTCOTT on the let instant to to the to the world in their papers-CO"'THIS votes of Fillmore, Adimi. Gates, and other aboli. sued by their authority."
.;: \' and held it up in all of its nairc deformity to grant tionitl.by yeas 12 ,nays f 9. Which is Rlglit.1 Gen. Thomas Brown, the Whig candidatefor
: the delight of his Democratic bearers and otate of Florida, for the purpose of draining snows HOW last IT IS TO SATIStT TiEVmGS These facts ,all be found 312, 343.
.. lo can on pages All Northern Whigs say that Gen. TAT- Governor of the State Florida, reported
I .1 t .. the utter consternation anJ drcmay. of the discomfited the Everglades, the entire Peninsula, below! OF TIIK SOUTH CO 31I,31and I 310 of the Congressional Glebe, 2d session .
.. LOR not re o the Wilmot Proviso and te the House and the Ike
J' \ Whi;,. In fact, :Mr. P. proved him. South of the line running from the Gulf to The National Whig Convention met in : 271 h Congress and i il, the editor of the Sentinel, \i urged passage or

... elf most adroit at coon. kinning, and weS be o Atlantic due East, which divides Town. June, and selected! me as their candidate.I .- or any other Whig who has been gulled byjthe perversions therefore they support him ; all Southern above resolutions. If any oae doubts it let

'.' doubt not that the time is not remote when the accepted (the nomination with gratitude and of I he New Orleans paper,has any desire to Whigs say be wi veto it, and therefore they him refor t the House Journals of 1841.a .

""I', '.!"'. coons will say to him, as it is reported ths Te. ships 36 rnd 37. I is the first township line with pride. I was proud of ihe confidence examine them, we tender him or them the use of the support him. Which is right 1hich is at-

.."' ritable animal once said In Capt. Scott, of the South of Lake Okechobe. The Committee, of such a body of men representing such a Globe for that purpose. tempting to deceive the people ? No Foreig demand must be

:' ..: :: U. S. Army. hold on, Pcden, if ihatV you, of which Judge DKEESC, of Illinois, is Chair. constituency a the Whig party of the United But thigh not all, by a long shot. On pages 439 All Northern that Gen. CASS made government of this

i .. :/0 don't shoot, I'll come down and give myself up man, made a report several pages in favor States, a manifestation the more grateful be. and 43'jcf the same journals, will be found something Whigs say that is not promptly met"
S ''' ', at onee." Mr. P. closed his speech late in cause it was not cumbered will exactions in. which settle the matter beyond controversy. will veto the Wilmot Proviso, and is pledged 'reritor

fT.' t'ae afternoon, but was: listened to with admi. of the cession, and it reports Mr. 'VESTC01T'SLi compatible with the dignify the presidential On the 2d April 1'Mr.. DOI, ol Virginia, to the South on the subject slavery, and sai THOMAS BROW in 1641, the present

; I "S ration and delight) to the end, and took hitseat without amendment, and recommends illpusgr. office, and the responsibilities: of its in. brought a matter to the notice of theilouse. whichis therefore they oppose him ; &1 Southern whig candidate for Governor of Florida,
., amid the of the : The documents : the cumbcnt to the whole people of the nation.-
deafenng in bit And
applause as. accompanying an important item in this business. Mr. GOOD, that his views are unsound, and be famous Faith Bond report. again
,, Whigs
S : semblage! ,.ho felt confident that tho cause of a of J 133 A nd I may add that these emotions were increased of had say
'. report comprise pmphle come Ohio slipped! to the CI rk. table certain in that same report he declared
S .: C cannot be trusted by the South, and therefore
the distinguished
Democracy could] never sufier with such ages, and a large portion of which is appro. by associating my name uiltht of th resolutions adopted by a meeting of GIPDIMG Abo.
.. him. Which is ? Which l This obligation is alike incumbent -
.' ; champions for its defence. ci'iien of rok, / ( ac lition cQntituenls"hich censured the hey oppose right
of ef the ; }proceedingsof
to recennoisance
priated a Report a
: The then abilities and sound conservative the the Banks and
meeting The deceive
I" adjourned. great. knowledged the House in GInnING** infamous course, and is attempting to people ? on THE PEOPLE
: est order and good will duo Everglades, made by order of the Secretary opinions might have entitled him to the
& having prevailed justly evidence whichis the Government Florida !
these evolutions had been duly entered by the Clerkon As some very strong a to
5' 5.,. ring the entire day, and with an enthusiasm fiftbe Treasury, in 1847, by XIXOIIAM place on the ticket."-Gen. Ta Tor'8 second .
I rl the Journal. Mr. BOT said they had never right, we may state, what cannot be These, so we know, are still ihe opinions
: in the Democratic Allison denied fa a
: : ranks utterly new in this SMITH, Esq., of St. Augustine, in which that Letter.
been presented, and he objected to any such sneak all and Southern And :
S -. section of the country. CLIO. hat X.rher of the Whig can4idate. ail
gentleman has exhibited great ability and reearcb. ing way of censure on the House, (or vindicating .
: Clay Nominated' casting agree in their belief that CASS is opposed to He reported this resolution to the House,ansi
: .: .:;;. The Charleston Mercury thus seems up objections The report is interesting in its allu. An immense meeting of the friends of CLAY itself by promptly punishing one of its m m. and wherefrom
: lor an attempt to the South, in the case th Proviso, gels no support any urged its adoption :
incidents of the
.I. to the election of FILLMORE : sica lo early history (Florida was in the of New York lie 14lh br inul
S. : .. bed city on of the Create. Mr. Boris therefore moved to amend men who believe otherwi How l That the validity of
Mr. Fillmnre's dif
... us aura up qualifications t which it makes reference, and for the (acts Resoh'e
-p lo represent the Southern Whig party exhibited: and it adduces cf inst., at which it is said there wero not less the journal by striking out that portion of the jour. ferent in consistency and honesty i is their open the and faith pledgedby

S ..'. .. in the second office in the Government. arguments high than 10,060 present. 'rhe Hon. WILLIS oat which contained the notice of Ibe presentation and manly position of Democrats from that the Territorial will

4 p.i ;. *' lie is known lo he in in favor 'ftbe reception importance to our State and to the Unien. It HALL presided, assisted by 36 Vice Presi- of the Abolition resolutions trom Ohio. by the various wings of the Whig Goverment by
S .. EVERETT moved that the motion strike occupied be recognized ad scred
and consideration, without limit or re. seems a manuscript history of Florida, written dents. Resolutions were adoptedand HENRY Mr. to out

4 ;'\ striclion, of Abolition petitions in Coagress.I 82years ago, has been traced up and found CLAY nominated for the Presidency by accla. be laid on the table. Lost-yeas FILLMORC.- party rRunatays_ _ the people of Florida. unc any
Is known to he in favor of Adams,Gale and U'IKTHROP voting AYE-nays 1)3.) Gorer/ime/if hereafter
excluding they
by Mr. SMITH, which is said t. be of great in. Other enthusiastic have abusing COM.- The Northern form of may
'! the South from all share in the recently ac. meetings The question was then put on the motion to strikeout "
I- .V.-4. juired Territories. eraet. It is by Major DE DHAIIME, a Brit been held throughout the State, and a Clay and it was carried by yeas 99, nays 75-FILLMORE paper> all state that Frederick Douglass, the assume !

7.. .' ': ., lie is known to be in favor of the suppression ish EIigiIeerWlIO surveyed the Coast .f East electoral ticket is lo be presented to the peo. Adams. Gates, Slade and WINTHaP voting runaway slave, his been continually, and in Fortunately for the people of the State o

.:Sp. .. : / Congress, t. the extent of itspower rcrida! in 1765, by order of tie British Govrnment. pIe. 'hu New York Journal Commerce, NO atlAnta late ,speeches, has denounced Cass as Florida, this attempt by General BowsW

:.f ; of llie. freo transfer. of slaves from one Major De B. was, we believe, an Tavlorpaper. says : o New these incontrovertible: facts settle the matter a treacherous. dough-face. .The white ora. pledge in advance the FKOPLK of the State.,for

.S .r.-: Southern State( to another.M ancestor oftho late Col. Fr.\wicK, of th. late .The CLAY meeting- last night, and the Electoral beiond Ihe possibility of dispute, and they show tors," to use Ihe language of a crazy paper the payment ott Bonds, had been provide*
S lIe is known to be in favor of the Abolition hat throughout the whole business connected with II
U. S. A., and was a gentleman of high cha.acler. ticket llo be nominated in consequence' will afford in our neighborhood, .who denounce" Cal against by the Convention which frarne our
in the District of Creole resolutions,that .Mtllard WI
by Congress, slavery a nucleus wound which dif! It'd whigs in other lidding more -
i3 Columbia. [ The MS. it was discovered was ex. parts of Ihe State and country can( rally. It ii another stood shoulder to shoulder with Giddings-that he .a I knave and a traitor," must feel complimented State Constitution. *

.1.. ;. ..h I 44 Do or Jo not lltesc opinions on all the ant in England a few months since, and! ef and invites apple yet of discord another thrown for there into are th Whig intending camp. did every thing be could lo shield him from Ihe by the company in which they fight.If" But these were and are ((1 far I..'.

\o: practical issues of Abolition constitute. Mr. forts were used t Ie procure it from t thence fort i to vote the Tailor ticket; who do not many at all relish jus indignation of the South, and finally, when his Cass is an Abolitionist," and Butler advised) the opinion of the Whig candid*"

Filiwore an Aboliiionwt T For ourselves, the high Whiggery of Mr. Fillmore. efforts he voted to censure that very South doubts let them
have ,
'cr5 State: but it was purchased in December fie little better, why are the Abolitionists and for Governor. If any
I heliering; that they do, we hare pronounced "The '.cfthetiectinglast night teill eneaur- which had dared to rebuke an abolition incendiary
: ... him such. Any man that thinks they areS last by Harvard University, Mass., and by it age thefriendt ef Gen. Cal tohcre. and we for his bold and cold-blooded efforts to insult her, frCe negroes of the North, every where, op. consul the House Journal of 1841.

harmless! opinions, nowise offensive to tbe loa f'd.o Mr. SMITH, before he made his re. cannot say but such ..its ttt I through the channel afforded him I a member of posing> reviling, and denouncing them I"- who surrenders 11.00?!***. .**

South, is quite right to differ from us, and to port, which contains ref.rnce to and ellnctlfrom The Express, also Taylor Wing, says : he Congress of the United States! II Examiner. Sentinel."The man never .

:::4 vindicate Mr. Fillmore: aDd, to say even that i i'. We are informed it is an interesting .and The much number.of the were-Claydpint iare, the of meeting, olden enthusiastic time was. I And now in conclusion, we ask the Sentinel, Partly true and partly! not true, .hbor.

:Iij tbe charge is & slander, and that Southern book, containing much curious data, and a. manifested. The name d clay drew forth shouts and every other whig paper in the State,which has Gen. Taylor never chewed tobacco, never He surrendered to the Philadelphia Coavei-
men are bound to love, and honor, and rote applause, oold-partiouarly! when Mr. Clay Ihe perversions of the New Orleans Bee, smoked '
: I lbli.bt drank rum, never a cigar, never would pot aU"to
others the and any
1 u1.S for M unexceptionable a politician-r-one who mong name occupation of was spoken of a the Old Chief," and u the' Political to correct Ibeirt-Uinders in this matter,and tell their lion, after declaring that he

e U all that the Souh: could ask for, and who very inhabitant of East Florida in 1765.- Father.. readers the ndn truth. They have boasted .owed any man a cent, never was sued, never be a candidate, let who might b a.int

Is in (fact, according H> the respectable Gov. Ve hope it will bo published. We notice Dudley Selden, and other distinguished FIuwo.I':* ".iwmrban vindication, ," and we ove de. sued any man himself never was dunned, nevr by that body ; and he"never wrren
1;,5?. Gayle to sound upon the-subject of Abolition I ..ha in a r'rnr lo the Senate, Mr. WALKER, Whigs, addressed tho meeting. The Mirror, man that they riiiillike bark Jheir i.lmt boaitng dunned any body, never lost a battle, and office in the army, by which he pocket e'

:. ;, that' no man il sounder than Mr. Fillmore. the talented Secretary of the Treasury, strong. strong Taylor Whig, grumbles at the whole ., and acknowledge that tie TIM been moat TRIUMPHANTLY ever wrrender.-1VMg 87000 per annum I Tell these Itttle factt0

i, We know that Gen..Cuk a man of tal. 1 ly recommends ibe proposed cestion lo Florida proceeding, and predict that Gea. CASS wi CONVICTED, in order that the community Never paid $7 30 for postage, never \a _reader*, and ask tHem what they thld
be Mr. POLK'S succensor. No doubt ice that they have still remaining in their your
of may wishedto
ent, of ability some celebrity as a stales President of the United States, never
man, and thatch. U in every way superior to ia a anne becoming a liberal and alight John M. Dolls of Virginia, sent on a letter, breasts one spark political honesty. I they will a trifle in the ofthe en. ,
and swore
'SI :, lib tapcrior) .bit predecessor shoul 1 he be ned statesman, and we are hippy' N ,t wishing' them God spcod. He repudiates, not do this, from henceforth*let them b bndt I b. never November- ,ecep for GOyaroar, &c., Mon ay,0ct. t

S i bar, natuir r ir*. Plk. ..-Daild Webster. b" pays a doftAjrrd compliment 'lo Mr. Sxrra, Taylor, ff Clay S nominated. connivers it deception. wilful fertertert ifS { atttr fart o tS.E. EfctiO

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-r-- .& eaU..:;-Hlp t stand firm and Immovable in support of' CAts Let H not be F rg tten Corrttp; .nJencc of the Charlttlon ..ecI'E Another Physician' Testlsoony. RemOa

'Ti.I Webster Speaks. and Buries. That the the Whigs tf this trct from a letter dated, Mr. F,mle-" "DearSir: could send you a douncprtirrate..tron Tl1HE .ubscr !>tu-hi.r to the if ere for.M. .
only objection
and decisive, of 'the really sana meily occupied by Mr. J. R.Fortune,and Im
After a long and ominous silence the God.! Taylor and State, or of the South, urge against General COLCKBIA, Sept. 8, 1849. liYl r your valuable! Balsjm of Wild Cherry, doors above Messrs. I"lin. and )fl"ni. c
WKBITH bas at Jut gi.rn the country CASS' notions the subject) is The Statei go for Cass and Butler beyond within the past twelve month',under my own super B E'L DE BEi
tte" on .
It is well known that Fillmore, while in a ma vision and direction. Indeed, I know of few persons September 1 .
by an 36. ? :
bl l .jewi ts 10 mailers and things, and men Congress, invariably Toted with Giddings they say, that be is In favor of leaving to thepeople a1 qe'lio o1er"hflminl fam. who have used it. comparatively but commend 8 ,

eiididates corrected with; the present of the Territories the to deter. jority. Diatrica ar it in the strongest terms. A case of Asthma,the severest &tat" of Florida. .
aDd Slack, and such like, in favor of the reception right iliar, you may set down Richland as di.idtd. I ver 15 lo which I was called a month

nn... It il truto, ke MJ ne will not Pnote Abolition and mine whether slavery shall go there or not. (10 Sumterall the candidates are Cais. Ker. aio, evinced the\superiority of the Balsam.: The

; Gel. TATLOK'. election, but be gives inbli petitions, against laying tboe Listen to the FillmoreiteS, and this it all you shaw dot, Orange Parish do., St. Matthew's disease had lasted six weeks, nnd lhed).pnar and
petitions" on the table without further action. : suffering were dreadful ; he sit up every nilh-
adhesion with so minI drawbacks and It : will bear from them on this subject againstour do. In Lexington Ihere are two candidates The gentleman told me to give him some'hin 0
well known, also, that he voted against I for the House are all Cass. In Edgfield :.all he his v*ife
that even Whig papers are grum. candidate. ( admit I him home, (21 miles.) so that mipht see
abatements They are obliged o
a resolution which declared! that all attempts are Cass. In Newberry all. In Laurent all and child and die in peace! I gave him one bottle
that he damns the old warrior with that be is opposed to the Wilmot Proviso and of Bal and four directing .
Ihe ounces
yinc to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia.or Cass except" Col. Irby. In Abbeville the en- syrup!ui

faint praise." Here is what be says : in the Territories. was in violation of be will veto i; yet they say his position U tire Cass ticket sure, (hough there if a showof him to take Ihe teaonful difficulty; bretlhinit dOe of bPt was Bordeauxolive.ilwhen great

I' ..yjjj nomination of I candidate (or the presidenpjtde lh worse, because he would leave to the peopleof opposition. Pendleton! and Greenville est. Next d.a11 forced his; despewlent' will,
by the Whig Convention it' Philadelphia, Constitution. Besides this, and much more in fa. a c
divided with Wistaf'
1 be a predominance made him lake six bottles' of the -
the Territories the decision of his I "i
to the "hl' ol Massachusetts ( PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
not satisfactory : of the sams sort, Fillmore wrote a 1 letter in of Cass. In Spartanburg all the candidates Wild Cherry home with him at I jrre,ent, he hav.
J. It j i.certain and it. will be i idle to attempt to tion. Maik it well, that this is all (hey can ins alleged that he had much expensivemedicine E IT KNOWN to all the people of this Slate
onceal the(a't. It '* now more jut and more Nt.to.tle 1838 in which he said he was "in favor Cass except one. Union all Cass.- to no profit. u-P week e Mr. A called B I that in rf the Act of the General
acts a* they are.and thing*as they are, o say. Then turn to the proceedings of our York do. Chester do. Fairfield pursuance
to take exercising all constitutional all Cl except and expressed his gtatitnde to me in ,the warmest Assembly, approved flub January. 1H7, and 4th December
n4 declare our own conviction of duty from whittiiiti Congcl th last Whig Legislature, and you 'i find that one, who is a Whig, and de. manner, said the medicine had waved his life paid 15., Chapters 7t and 10 an election will

4 before us. However resj-ctable and dl!>ttn.1, pSCltTO ABOLISH TiE INTER. and resolutions feat. Lanca'ster all Cast. For the otherparts his wAo'ebill. and took fix bottles more, and len he held several precincts! within the Sat,.,on
line of his howevtimable Whigs adopted placing
jibed i illibe own profession or !, reported -
SLAVE TRADE BETWEEN THE office (or home rejoicing. Tuesday the 7th d"llt next. l e
rl of the State I cannot my No'embr .
Gen. speak, though our
as a private citizen. Taylor i* a
them in precisely the position they now Very re pectfullv. yours, three Elector of President
ff.lita'1 man and a military man merely. He )has STATES/' and infaror of immediate l g. accoflnfs here all agree that there will not br WM.! A. SHAW M D. United States. ofh. e

had no training in civil affairs. lie has performed i.elationfot- ABOLITION OF SLAVERYin condemn Cass for occvpying. here they are : thirty Taylor men in the next Legislature. Washington, North Carolina, Aug. 12. 1"- Given under my band and the great seal of rile :a: .

p ne fractions ota. civil nature under the curstituticnf .A just and correct interpretation of the Constitution ?i His Whiggery i i. well established for this -- .Sute.; alihe Capitol in Tallahassee, this
bif coontry. lie has been known and is know; the District of Columbia." These acts and of the United States vest in the TERRITORIAL to New [ EAU J 17th day of Amigo.?. 1&4S.
nit! bj his brilliant achievements at the head of an opinions beyond a doubt that Fillmore as "el as the State Legislature FIXCLUS1VE Yours truly. GOods"FaTrade. WM. D., MOSELF.Y.By .
:rJ'". yw the whips of Massachusetts I am- prove jurisdiction over the person of individuals the Governor: Governor of Florida.A. f
cnr'theta. are of opinion that it was not trine nor is an Abolitionist But, notwithstanding all ; within .their respective liril!. THE PEOPLE OF EDGEFTCLD, Sept. 9, 1349.MR. S. F. BURNEY E. MAXWELL, {
to tt the army for the tehction of a can- THE TERRITORY ALONE have the determine just from New York and would in- 01
Aterret fo right to
retnrt of State.
c this, Gen. Taylor, in his recent letter, of I EDITOR Silas W. Helter can. r"TS he Secretary
JMI tt for the presidency of ITlt United Statet. It says upon this subjrct, [exclusion ol. slavers),] : esq. hi, patrons and friends generally, August IMi. 5
'it tkejirrt instance in our history which any man him that he (Taylor) feels his emotions of and it is for them. WHILE: THEY REfL" A didate for Congress, made a speech here on is hourly expecting per E/igs Wakulla and Lucy a H n

I tf mere military character hat been proponed fort4ftt gratitude and pride increased by associating ; TERRTORY. and for the State, Monday last, (Sales.day,) in which he advocated Large and complete assortment of Fie and Mar Insurance

hits lIffict. General Washington was a great; I a! atmitt as a State, to 'ay whrthrr the in. the election of Gen. Cass to the Presi Fancy and Staple Good, -
Dilitary character, but by far a greater civil character his name with that of the distinguished citizenof ttitittion of exist within the limit of BT THC
slavery! hal I am glad to that the Hon. A. Bonnets, Read made Clothing, Men' and Boys' .
lie had been employed in the councils of his I tuch Territory ; they having bv a jmf interpretation say ) Protection Insurance Company
New York, (Fillmore,) whose acknow. Hats of John N. GeninV
country from the earliest dawn of the revolution ci f the Constitution EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION % Buit, in a speech on the same day.atAb- Caps, superior qualities.

it bad been in the Continental Conrelll-he; had ledged abilities and sound conserralire ojrin over the subject matter within thtfir bexille", also came out for Cass ia preference Boot and Shoes, IIrdwareSingle and Double Bar or New Jersey I
retied Guns,Crockery,Glass, Stone, Wood and Wil- .
established a After great!: the character, for know.civil wisdom be! elected and I ions might have justly entitled him lo thejfrsf limits." to Taylor otherwise Heller wo :ld beat him tow Ware, with a geod assortment of Groceries.! 'I AT S11FR\"LLE,

judgment a member of that war onYt'ntion'hic.h as you ,formed was the- place on the ticket." What Fillmore., with CASS is denounced by the Whigs a dan. so sound is this Congressional District. I/do He tenders thank very especially to the L'die. CAPITAL $200,000-Chartered February, tSI9.This i

rontlitutlonfthe United States ; and it is one< f the gerous to the South, because, according lo not believe McDufne, in the pride of his and regular cu his Abolition opinions, justly entitled to be patronage, and begs again the notice ol all lo his Company insures on MerchandizeFurniture, t1
honorable tribute to him,that that and
could forTaylor.
paid strength it
most by assembly popularity, .
like carry Foctorie and
them he views those here Buildings. Machinery. ,
expressed put Fall stock. property jcnerally
of rood and wise men he was selected to President of the United States T Is it possible i. I and .
in city countrv.
presideover heir iterations.. And he put hi* forth by a Southern Whig Legislature." he I The Libral advances on Cotton consigned to his tat'or
that Gen. Taylor can thus highly approvethe I candidates for the Legislature from ( shipment.
first and foremost to the constitution under
name cannot be trusted, neither oubtthe Whigs of this District, all for Septembers!, 1949. 10 DIRECTORS.
which we live. President Harrison wag bred a soldier 1 doctrines of Millard Fillmore 1 Flori. Cas.oincudi"g one William Thorrpion Edward Paysyin, ff York. j
and at different periods of his life rendered' important Florida, for they took, inch by inch, throughall who was at first inclined way. On Matthew Rudsdale! II 1
L. ,
dians when you read Ta)lors Signal letter, Select School for Boys, Peter Strykcr
military services. But President" Harrison, I its breadth and the I Monday last I had this from hinasrlf.! Theyare James Taylor, J S. Mclnfjre, Brooklyn. I j
length depth .
nevertheless, was for a much greater period of his \\hen you hear him speaking of Fillmore as called out on this the (Limited te 25 o Pi'pl. ) David Sanderson, G. F. Power '
life employed in civil than in military service. Hut he does very same ground they say JII did.: The questioa through pa. lltear is divided into two terms of IwentyL William.J. I ,
here when Know of his
opposition District should do the
you Every
fir twenty years he was either governor of the Territory -I |I' S:0t"- four weeks .aeh. and two vacations of two Bownr.WM.. THOMPSON PreriJent.
member of one or the other houses of Con- to -etopos-erand when you see that grave they dig for him, they will be buried in I For though Cass is not all we could wish a week each pupils may enter at any lime, but in J. H. VOORHfEg! Secretary. ) ;;

frets, or minister abroad: ; and disehad all these Northern Whigs support him on the groundthat themselvei.Now !to the territorial question' lIe is !tiso much no case for a shorter period than six month". Honorarium m'

duties.. to the satisfaction of his country.This we ask the people to remember this. preferable! to Taylor in the Whigs 85, $10, $t5.per qute(in advance. Agent are authorized to slate to the CD,
case, therefore stands bv itself, without he trill not rclo the Wilmot 1'rotiso, ha"eJOu Extras-none. THE this that
Company they recognizethe
that the Presidential *
S precedent justification from anything in {tIlT prt- not reason, strong reason, to fear that Remember that the Fillrnoroites arc obliged I election becomes a mat. The class's, in Ibis school, are so arrangr that Court of th different Slates c.f the Uaioit.wherelfcjey .
on .
I imaine.'hat ter of deep interest to the South. I trustCharleston !
It their
tioutkittory. ilonthisaccount.a at option an
pupil. may pursue tilhe-
lo admit that CASS is opposed to the Wilmot Fnsli"h ( have agent,) in cue of differenceand
the whigs Massachusetts feel dissatisfied/ with this this Proviso question, he will not stand firm i will have in the Legislature Cass or a Classical Course of Studies, to any re- that their are instructed to conform to the

nomination. There may be others-there are others by the South ? If he intends to stand by us, Proviso. Remember, then, thai he is safe on delegation ; if not, she will be in a miserable q'nred. usages of Atlnt responsible Companies jn the settle 3' .j t
-they are, I perhaps of less importance, and more I The School i is, all time, open to public inspection of '
this Remember further that their a ment
easily to"be answered." I why does he refuse to answer questions as lo question. minority. _ _ ; and challenges! a comparison with any Semi- The subscribers 1Jr. hare been appointed Agents br ;i ::

He says further : what his course will be ? And if we are sin. chief objection t. him applies a strongly, Plomlht ll'athinvlon Union. nary, of any grade or designation, S.>H.ALLAN.nth or North. (the above Company for Tallaha**?? and its vicinitv. I

Now" the truth is, gent1emen-the truth is. and' cere in our opposition to I he Provisowe shouldnot I against themsehcs a against him, and that What thinks the .South of this Tallahassee, September 23, ISIS. l'') it. t 12, l4S. 4 LEWIS &Gm AMES. :

no man can avoid seeing; it, unless, as sometimes they to influence judgments We call the attention of the South the \gt
I Jour to
when all these wbie attempt *
cannot indications
happens the object is too near our ejes to be distinctly we sec G. A. McIntyre
di.cerned-Ihl" truth is, that in thcie nominations against: us, be satisfied with less than against him on this ground, (hey at the same I following article from the Albany Evening Notices
and alto in the nomination at Philadelphiain an explicit time show lioulJ Journal," which is "adapted'1 its own sentimcns i1 subscribers have on hand for sale a larse .I
strong reasons a F } rMia-f
you they THE
these conventions and also in the convention avowal of his views in our favor before why i I by the ational Inteli: tncer" of at : and new SEINE (having only been used fcf

it rbiladllphla-Gen. Tailor I wacnominated exactly we can tote for bim.Complment not be trusted. Lea them to appreciate the yesterday'the central efthe whig HAS' his professional services to the citizen three weeks.) measuring Iii to 130yard in Iengtb, J
for this reason : That believing him to be a whip old nsaxim, "that people who live in glasshouses 1 organ party. of Leo and surrounding country. Ladies attendedat and 10 to 12 feet depth. The price .kf is ?5O 00,
The whole South will which of the
they thought he cculd be chosen more easily than ta Southern Whig. now see their residence, if desired. little more than half its actual Any party
any ether wh 15. This is Ihcwhele of it. That $a- : I should not throw ttoncs." two parties is conservative of its constitutional Tallahassee, Sept. 23, IMS. 10 wiahingtoengae fishing can here meet with a
,unte,far-teeing doctrine The New York Globe of the 9h; instant -Pt,
facioat A v AIL AEILITT, rights. / is not necessary for a tchig to bargain.
JAil at the bottom of the matter." contains the following complimentary notice What's the Matter 1 change his position to find free soil platform DR. C. H. BUNTISC.SCBGEO MeXAUGHT & OR IOSD. \ &
th Newport, September ? isis. & 5t
So this great Whig leader can find DENTIST-QCINCT, FLORIDA, { .
pre of Mr. STEPHENS, of Georgia : I Th. last /i//ne7contains these remarkable says the Albany Evening Journal. :
cedent to justify: TAYLOR'S nomination and ) the "a. T) ESPECTFULLY proffers his professional serviIV Notice :
; f-ullon. Al II. Stephens Exactly S. says Intelligencer : we
.ande views : the voice is pn.1ial.le .-
of Dental
in Surgery to
si to comparing him to WASHINGTON, which wno VOTED WITH TiE NORTH ox THE I. lrcsidrntl dopt" this. .The loco foco party has been citi/ensof ces, Tallahassee every department and vicinity Dr. B be SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. I

'Whigs here are so fund of doing, or even to SLA\'ERY QlESTIOX. has been unanimouslynom.inated can drnd our constitutional rig1s by a I floundering in the sloughs and quagmires of in Tallahassee on the 1st October and remain.il one ge of Probate for the County o JefTerso,
for leiiers of dismission Administrator of Paul deMalhabe I
the the
!paver tz.thirds of Congress of Amen the National Intelli a
for re-election. He ONE slavery. says month.
HARRISON, he utterly! scouts the idea. As to I deceased.
NOBLEST WllIGS AT TUE SOUT ."... 0 United Slate" What sort of a tune is this gencer. \\i the South longer sleep upon the September 23, iS-13. 10 RICHARD HARfilSON.JtCerjon .

knowledge of'civil affairs, which qualify: mine threateaing to engulph! them? County, September 9. 184w. 8 Gm II
I The Globe is an ardent Barnburner paper The President's voice potential !! Why, Strayed or Stolen, 1
TITLOK to be President, Mr. WEBSTER has From theJ\'alional Intelligencer of Monday.
and of course its compliment is the more to be I Mr. Sentinel, what has become of ytur opposition FROM Newport about the Attachment.
beta at a loss to find anj. A pretty man to LIGHT IN THE EAST. July last, a large sorrel '
the vela ? One would: Jn Jutliec't Courtfor d.Leon Covniy.
appreciated on this account. is a pity that to power suppose -4 2.tt .
I II. MULE, with a large blaze
make a President of when his own .THE THAT NEVER .
supporterstell the other extreme. is S.\R SES. has lost his John S. Bond, ) U
Mr. CABELL had not avowed his opposition to you were just on ex- face right
us he has no civil qualifications for the I '' Vermont remains unshaken. The star that never who will vi. > Atuoatt of debt $5O. .Pj.
the fame Compromise Bill before he left : actly like you you are obliged} to give old sets! and whIch has been a beacon of hope to the the Any said person Mule, or give John W. Flerer. }
office Out it is "arailability"-tbat is the whis) of the Union for i is undim- !
twenty defendant an.! all others interested
Washington because if be had he TAYLOR the veto to the South on leas. where may b THE aft
might power I.
thing. Whether qualified or not, if he was satif med The fear ,that the passing clondofthird par be rewzr !, notified of the commencement of this
I have received a simiar: compliment from the the Wilmot Proviso qHeslionthou h you ,an.1 ty-ism iniztit obscure its lustre was unfounded. The A. BRADFORD reasonably suit; by attachm.nt.retumnable to ..tk.Court II i
available the Contention cared for .
Whig nothing Globe. not say he would use if, and you arc obliged I whiss of Vermont no more than their own green f Office, Tallahassee. to be held Tallahassee. on the m. -,
more. Shame shame In what mountains are to be shaken. They are as due as 4t [Sentinel copy.] ber next and to appear and plead to the nme. I
The same paper, in speaking of the Ver- to rail against the veto power, because you the needle to the pole and are always to be found : Given under fl'! band sad sal,this 4th day ofSep f
humiliation ought the Whig party to hang its where honor point or glory Ir.,]tlicm. The fires tember, A. D. 1S4.. .
thread fiddle
moot election of the think is a strong to upon againstthe .
Democratic candi.
bead after such a confession says i of freedom rise as high in Vermont a! in any other EDWAttD M. WEST [r I.] t
date for Governor"Returned Democratic party. Did you ever see a State in the Union. Uut they can be angmented : ,on Miccosookie Justice of the Peace. Cr ) ,
Mr. WEBSTER proceeds : neither in tutensity nor by the IUP! furm of August last, a mall Scpfembrr P. 149. 8 3m :
blind ? is said too briJhnel.
horse with
"Gen. Taylor haj been nominated fairly, a*far among the Scattering.-The staggers I !hr l by modern and health dun colored mare MULE. One of her shoulderswas .

taAnotr, and I cannot, therefore, and fhall not Cass candidate for Governor in Vermont wi much eating pumpkins will give it to them. principle of ''rt'p-loil IT IS NOT NECESSARY sore when she ran off; when scared, she threw. Notice. i.
FOR \ HIS POSITIONTO the point of her ears clo'e IOfelh r. Any person
cy'poseliis election. A\ the same time, there IB no be returned among the scauerin Ha a Don't forget this. Predisposition to disease : very she persons having: claims against tbe estate of J
FIND THE FREE SOIL He ha returning hf'r. or giving information ALL
nan who is more firmly THAT SUCH A I PLATFORf
opinion man of considerable popularity and Lain;. late of Benton County deceased
personal I
NOMINATION[ renders strict precaution stood upon it for tenears; FOCO may be had,wil be rc onaMv! rewarded.
necessary. authenticated
avowed are requested to them duly ,
friendly to the Free Soil principle GEORGE E. DENNIS. present
Bat the declaration that I would not General bimsJ I '
oppose within the time prescribed by law, or they will
Taylor if nominated by the whig party,was ol' course I ; adthe misfortune to be a sup. % W. have received during the week, information I AND QUAGMIRES OF SLA YEPY.- September 23, ISIS 1 4t Miccosookie. debarred; and all persons indebted to Said estate are b '.,I..
subject! in the nature of things to some exceptions.If I I porter of Cass for the Presidency, and a Cass The Whigs Vermont felt this truth dignity to make immediate paimenl to ..
1 believed bin to be a man who wuuldptunge the pledged to veto Jcffersonian the and letters from various sections of j of their position. AU that was necassary for Jefferson B. A. Chapter, No. 5. requested C. T. JENKINS. I ).'
i .
J into farther for ol' ambition th lrriU them to do to be right was to stand fast.. This MEETING of' Jeffersen Arch Ad ml >
country wars any purpose people the country, giving us ibe most satisfactory REGULAR Royal JOHN B. ALLt.N.S r
could conscientiously
or conquest, I would oppose him let him benominated I rernn n they have done ; and, in doing .0. they say to their A Chapter, No. 5, will be held at their Chapter Benton County S. F.. August 1549. 26 2n ;,
by whom he might. If I believed that rte for him. accounts of the progress of our cause through. whig brethren elsewhere, STAND rUT WITH us Room, in Monticello Monday, the 10th day of j

be was a man who would exert hit official influence I Yet the Fillmorite journals in the South out. We have not room this for theletters We cannot more appropriately herald to our October next. Member are particularly, notified to Notice.A 4 :"
for '''tjartArreztrnl n of the glare J wouldopptte wee I attend. R. A. Masons of other are respectfully .
power the
readers from Chapters
our gratifying! intelligence PPLICATION will be made Ihe
to next
are Gen. CAS natwith- for several communications have General
I constantly we
him, let him be nominated by whom he might, attacking or invited.
the election in the Green Mountain State, AX Assembly of Florida for an act of
But I do not beliete either. [Applause.] I br liete sanding: be has taken a and received likewise.We I T. J. CHACE Secretary. incorporation it itto
nsanly a to a Rail Road 'Irma
frm open than ADOPTING ,the brief but au'horit company
be has been, from the first,opposed to the policy of l.y foregoing September 23. I1!. 10 contrut
the Mexican war, as improper impolitic. and inex- position in favor of the South and her constitutional say to our friends, that as fr:1: we can significant paragraph from the "Albany Evening Cedar Ieys.ot some eligible point on the Gulf toast, ;
I to t the St. River,or the
some eligible point on
pedient. I believe, from the best information I can rights. They do this, too, in the teeth learn all is right, and we need only to jjo to Journal." Tax Collector's Last Notice. .111antic tOOt lf.Y'1, the St. John's River.A .
will take this
o'tainnYO'J tl'-n3-I bilieve! from th; bjt as informttiot my opinion,1 gen-can of the declarations of.the entire whig press of work in earnest, one and all, and the Democracy -I (Thus saith the National Intelligencer.) TIlE undersigned Tax. Assessor and Collector gut 19 1349.. 3 f'
Leon County!, hereby gives notice that he fThe: New*. Jacksonvilleand St. Aognstine '
obtain: : that he has no disposition to to war, or to Ht'rI.
go the North and itself of the derided
of their will
everyone leading politicians secure to one most will attend at will publish Ihe above *, and
iacrease the limits slavery, or to all ow of the annexation Mr. Clay will be a Candidate.
and all in the Let The Court House in the city of Talabane on send their accounts to this office.
the Barnburner achieved State.
of new States to this Uiion. and victories ever :
presses The New York True Sun of the 8th inst. MonJay September 23th inat. until Sturd.y, the

Here is another leading Northern Whig every one of the leading democratic journalsin every Democrat do his duty. in allusion to the late Clay meeting held in 30th inst., for the purpose ol receiving payment of Medical Notice.

the free States. II that It is said all the Taxes duethe State and County for the year 1S-1S. i
aye, the very bead and front of the Whig leaden City says :- over town which time he will close his and H, G. TVIRT M. D. J. L CAt V. O.

Mr. Berrien while in New At bok. proceed
Georgia. that on the day before Mathew L. : WIRT CALL have associated .
reliable yesterday,
who will vote for TAYLOR, because be Very journals are these Fillmorile to levy upon the property of delinquent, a re- DRS. I
the 23th ulf. remarked learn I Davis received letter from Mr. the practice of Medicine, Surgery &cu4
the York on (as we Esq. a Clay, by law.
in South !
believes him not disposed to use his influence organs from the Mirror of the 2Gih ut.! ) that "he is declaring that he will feel it his duty. to accept I quirt of attendance from 10|, A. M. 101, P. 1(. I. offer Office tbeir over service Drug Store lo the,MorUicello.public. Florid"a. I

extend slavery and the slave power. Yet, The Sentinel a nomination from any respectable body J.uac W. SHERWOD.I August 5. 1549. 3 ly
says:- not over sanguine: about canning the State Tat Assessor and I
of his fellowcitizenshethuer Colecor Ln
when Southern Democrats TAYLOR will representing a ;
say .The Floridian acknowledges it knew the facts for Taylor in November, but thinks the Whigswill State also September 10, 1845. Notice.
or county.'e understand that
DOt veto the Wilmot Proviso hooted ,f the with Mr. CAM Q
they are ( when made
((rt''londt'nce it do their duty." communication similar import from under Medical College of months after date I shall apply ,. tbe Hon.
.a2, although it is well known that this is the ; apSrts that denial ":.rte the facts.." Georga. SIX .
no his hand and seal and addressed to a different next Course of Lectures Probate lor tbe County of Jefferson,
more than is said by all his Whig friends of We have ceased expecting justice to be For the Floridian. irentleruiin, reached New York yesterday. THE on the first Monday in November, and for letters of dismission u Administrator de bunts I.

the North. done us by the Sentinel ; but we will make A Text for Mr. Cabell. Thi accounts for the lelegraphicdepatch from continue until the I M of April.FACULTY... non of Farqubai Macrae BJCHAKD late of said HARRISON.County de'd.

Now hear what WEBSTER says of Mr. one more brief effort lo set neighbor right. Messrs. Editors : Please republish the fol. Mr. Join Minor Bolts, to the Clay meetingon GEORGE M.NEWTON.M.D.,Professor Anatomy Jefferson County, September 9,188 6m

We have ne"e denied that there was eny lowing extract from the letter of Mr. CABELL, :, the night before last, in these words : All! and Dean of the Faculty. i

CASS : correspondence with Gen. CASS. Our denialwas to yourselves and the editor of the St. Augustine rigbt, go ahead.' L. A. DUG AS, M. D., Professor' of Physiology and. A Cad

M And now I venture to say, gentlemen, two New*-it will, perhaps, serve him a Pathologicial Anatomy. I MISS SMITH infftl her friend .
things the first well know to That General the lime of that M. Professor of Che. : the that the exercises of
: you. only 3 to correspondence.It text for his speech to be delivered in Tallahassee From li Columbia (S. C-) Standard. ALEXANDFR MEANS. public generally
Can it what called the her will resumed! the 2d ,
favor if u compromite Monday
lute; and that the Wilmot FroiiHo, cr the ordinance was alledged to have taken place after the to-day. I should like to know if the CAN IT BE TRUE? I. P. GARVIN Pharmacy.M. D., Professor of Therapeutics SCHO. b this occasion upon to return them :

ot I 1787, which excludes slavery from territories nomination-we staled it was lfoe. We allusion lo .peculiar friends of .the South,' A correspondent of the Mobile Tribune and Materia Medica. thanks for their former patronage, and solicit its !

vcghc not to be applied to territories lying south of neverknRw the specific.nature of the questions having no ,lars of their OUTS to rae far," was writing from Pascagoula, where Gen. Taylornow L. D. FORD. M. D., Professor, of the Institutes continuance for the future. Terms I usual. .
38 feg. 3d mini. He announced this before he was and Practice of Medicine. : September 2, 191 7 5t
such fellows
I' meant to apply to as myself is conversation
which he al.) _
. fionrtftated, and if he had not announced it,he would. propounced to Gen. CASS, and therefore have poor repeats Q JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D., Professor of Obstetjcs : -
hut! been tkirty..ix degree thirty minutes farther who, though xvn happened to be born Southof leges was held by General Taylor, which and Diseases of Women Children. I Notice.

tI If from beiag nominated. In the next place hewill I n "er" acknowledged ,hat we knew the facts Manon's and Dixon's line, yet unfortunate. makes him 'opposed t to the extension of slave PAUL F. EVE, M. D.an, fMor of the Principles THE co-partnership heretofore existing betne t

do IU he eaa4 establish that compromise line; of lhat correspondence." We never saw or lr do not own slaves, &well a to the "mere ry, and favorable to Ib Wilmot Proviso. We and Practice of Surgerv.II. ,subscribers 'was dissolved by mutual ecnRt
.**t tfitfy lahick it a..ctln.f pinion, in my con.I' adventurers or political tradesmen will wait few F.CAMPBELL.'M. D., Demount or of Ana on the 25th July Ia Ulr. Isaac N. Drake is duly
bead of the letter to the Southern Journal, to recently a days to see whether it is not
.nt1&t tau btl f.k will ettab/uh il.I tomy. authorized to close the business of the firm.
Give him the power and the patronage' of the the best of our recollection, until Mr. Mon from the North, or some foreign country. It contradicted ; fur we would be most lath to ROBERT CAMPBELL, M. D Assistant DemonstrUor. J. W. SHERWOOD

,lovernment let him eiereise it over certain portions is well that we should know whether we areinicluded believe that any southern man lnfueO. f. N. DRAKE, .1
in the Sentinel. {
(the country whose representative voted! on the communication appeared i or not, so that we may be more care. bel such views and opinions. A Course of Lectures upon Medical Jurisprudence SAMUEL QUAIL.

occasion lo leave off that question' for future consid- These are the fitcts-they are plain enoughto ful hereafter how we canvass the acts of our say that ,the letter seems to a genuine will be delivered by Prolessor' GARVIT. The Faculty Tallahassee August 5.1549.
Wion, to settle it that shall be free, and b will to make their instruction
Oregon .edearO
leave New Mexico and California to bed
fttr.. Let him have the power of this government, the Sentinel will persist in misrepresenting us, slaves of his own. Q. lated vnlil some little time is given for contra. Board may be obtained at from $13 to $17 per. .Mtrlbr will continue the tW.Jnf' ef the

with his attachments, with his inducement.: I Yer.I it. It is of lit. diction. If these are Gen. Taylor's views, month, every thin; included. TiE otlhu where he will at all time
believe that unless there is a renewed strength why we cannot help a matter But, gentlemen, my constituents have his at the south will not number a The fees for the eatire course ot Ltureinlu- Le happy lne the stan. of the bou,. and Ibe

l a*tormented: strength of the 'whig vote in Congress, tie consequeuce to us what course it pursues.. more intelligence than you give them credit corporal's aupporer ding Hospital ticket, are f i 115. publC generally. Person indebted 'o the firm will I

r hewitt accomplish his nnrpoM. He will sure have for. They cannot fail to observe thai I the men guard. eM,(once only) $5. Practical Anatomy (lo b ta. please call and settle their accrunts tl an early day.

.I the Senate; and with t e patronage of tbe govern- : Tile Nashville Union thai six different denounced have ken once) $10. ISAAC N. DRAVE.Anciil ,
ient, with every interest which he can bring to e says who have most violently me, OWe:: are authorized te announce Dr. The friends and alumni of this Institution are invited .*>, 1'3 Sentinel !.
bear, co-operating wit* every interest which the livfs of Taylor have been published in generally little permanent interest in the conn F. A. D\RD. of Miccasuckie, a candidate to tend to the Faculty. during the ceurse of toP

South' can bring t. bear, Ae will established the com' that place!, intended to operate on as many dif try-that they own few or no slaves-and are to represent Leon County in a the House of Lectures, persons in indigent circumstance who Committed t Ja
%***" li u. We C'.rJ. safety before we are oot of natives of the free Stales-that theyare may require surgical operations as provision has man about
| c woods, if we feel that there is no danger about fereot classes readers. They vary im their mostly Representatives next General Assembly been made for accommodation while ondertreatment.AutfUtaGa. NERO, feet 6 aged
"tae new territories." and each in many instances, mere adventurers or political of the State. ..September 1C 1848. 9 5tEducatjoz. years : ixmchehigb..ioutand
views Taylor's opinions, recently from the North, or built ; MARGAREThiswifeaged a-

Th' U something for the 'Whigs of th* one or Ire o bis letters to prove the posi. some foreign trade'T7 country, who have been, for a f0- We hare been requested announce ROBERT .A 20, years were,picked and CHARLES up at sea,their, in e son canoe,aged, a

South, who denounce Mr. CAM to bitterly, to lions advanced in bU name. Indeed, bin I.t. few years, seeking llieir fortunes" in the H. UUTLER .a candidate t. represent the people T lIE -ri"tsnr LEON ?4ALCAND FEMALE ( from St. ) on lIme llh wit. by
oi' Leon county in the House of Representatives ot brkllt
ACADEMY will be resumed
c ew : South and who, coming thus us, with PB Monrn.2d.t Pilots. say they feHnns;
upon. Mr. WEBITEK is ibeir great' ten funmb abundant material to prove that among the next Legislature of Florida. October. Rev. WILLIAM NEIL Mrs. ELIZA
Mr. Hill of Marion .
of education ant to a Lloyd County. East Florida
Qui. and be places CABS with the South one he sides with all factions and cabals in th; all their anti-slavery understand prejudices institutions early $}' We have been requested aunnounce Gen.GE0 A. NEIL Principal together compeleut as sad were last from Cedar Keys, whither they
to 14
pretend our sistants. Terms usual.
Slavery question. Read what he says.Il .- count ry, do ourselves and to be WHITFIELD &a candidat to represent UM Two three I ladies wishing to become had gone to the plr of making their way !.
,___ better than we people 4/ Leon Senate r( the next 0 yeung pupils New OrleaM and no i is the etutodj ef the U.
.-IU show that, according to the Southern .I have laid it down t I principle, pot to giemy better friends oftbt South, than men who Lave Legislature of Florida.county in the Femaleicademy ran be accmanodittd ;: Marshal,.runaways.The .

".* of this vital question, Mr. CAM can be opinion upon, or prejudge many Kay, Jhe various been taught frosn their jafaocy( 'lo regard abolition I boarders in 16 the, ISIS.family Ihe aMore Principal.ft owner ie requested CAOM forr prove
questions ot policy now at issue between the with abhorrence ((0- We have been requested to announce JOSEPH September propertypay and take stray.
w'y trusted !by us ; and what is more, the political parties otbeeontl nor to promise what and ablionia. utter CHAIRE.* candidate, represent the people ol and Apply 10 epa O. \v. HUTCH1KS.

**, authority, high and powerful I would or would I elected to the Presidency These purely politicians, and Lon ", in the House of Bepreventativps of(he Wagon for Sale U. S. D. V. fo Middle District 0 Fa.TalIahiasseseptember .
Whip. among of the United States."-Gen. Taylor. "peculiar friends of the South," having no General Assembly of the State of Florida. -4t 11M E HORSE is a g wd servicrable*r- 2. 14S. T

places Gen. TAYLOR in a position op. .It is all }in a ( and at acrisis slaves oflheir own to care for, very kindly devote ___ '- Imal-.orluwell-prlfIf'l The
poled to time proper re country QC>- We have been requested to announce JAMEST. _''I_ WAGON if covered, and will Six Hundred
the South, and on ibis ground sup. like'thii' deemed! indispensable I in our own, themselves to the interests of slave hold b a good Do1.WA

')OrtI !him. Note well these facts. They I that aspiraftts 'lo tffice, should b national distinctly foliry.under- : en aD hans Ikon bpv t protect their pr.pr .! .Leon ARCHER county a*, a in candidate the House lo of represent Representatives the peopleof of plantation Apply or market WICOn J. a. FORrU Price low. Acnt.spt..W I "ED Dellart te purchase* immejltel, S; .

-.Aptalr ia lean oT thnader to JBowihent men to food G,*.on Built all important, questions o !. tbe next General Anembly of the State Florida.. 16, tlI. 9 E Aog'wti,1I49. S S DGU.T


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.' ; ?c-r-Pe T4-:' MEDICAL- -----NOTICE.--- I'UltehIiwiiiwhitch' we extract Horn the Cam. To Country Merchant AMENDMENTS TO TilE Leon Circuit Court.IN By the Pre'14. tqt-tJarl1D1 e

: I I_ km Journal l. U /from the Ilcv. L .Frazer of Florida. CHANCERY. States.4er" .
late E Tin Manufactory has BOW and constin'lv! Commotion of the State of
r l il D1 WILSON an.1 VAN WYCK ( prr.w.r Kershaw Dmtiirt. C. THE is Crtdil.r" Bill fur settlement ef Estate I
t. its tnck, a aitortmeit of
Franklin Medical College c.t complete
i' the '
ct1) t 'orgirv '" '
i ; }'arniiton, Kcrshavr District S. C., ) James E. liroome and otheu. (or themselves and
> hive f rmed! a rAprtflI1)Sr fur Ihitrartic'of I Tin of all fffcrtr>nvni, It has ad.led new ma- the third General ;
? : Phiadertst1. :May :9. lS-li f>. JI Proposed and agreed to by other creditors ol A. M Gatliu Complainants,
and SRG1RY.! nwl i fortne "!nerv bv which the work i i. done better than ever
: I hocused in D Hull's Fever and I ttte action of the n'lt
: r. ; MDCAL! sTutNT.1bt ; SPatients It try fimily : "f'fnre'in this |lace Assembly ; subject to ts.
'r-1 : 1Nrucr1oN uteiei i iiU, and also Itr Spencer's Vegetable Pills, Ma- General Turbutt R. BeltonSarah A fleltiri his Wife.Enc- I II
i' -
from distance: can be will acit'mm !I..rtte last t two vears, and have no hesitation \iroflu9iIt&IZ utrix of A. M. Gathin and ot"pu. Defendants. I
to the Suwannee River to the Merchants
: Ihe! nanna supply
.: .!. on rjacolale terms cither at folds orPivale them lohe nvst exce'lert'!! nedtcinriai crdir made his Honor
1 ." .. : bmil ,"IIEREAt9. By an by !
rerene who can always rely on going Claw of the 5th Article
nq4enfiheitVandta' cur I2lh -
/; ) B.\*rd.nz 1 art ,.( to the! ,, wagon ACT to amend the DOUGLAS onife .
; | as an ju.tj"e proprietor Y V TIIOM Judge, ht t December
sibscribers 'Ih Surgical atte t.Ii t. through the section above named and deliverm theTin. of the Constitution of this State !o that the
(, ,- Ihe 1.'irllnd .
n the infor-
vl It. f these invaluable Pills, I will state.lnr 1317 in the above entitled cause,I he undersigned .
Any orders a.t by mail will be promptly attended Courts shall hold their offices -
their) Judges of the Circuit
101 as miy ,
r :i (34M tM.lirf. 1 f:1.11i'JIII and sati-tactio. of ail concernril that injwitc other
was appointed among thiflg..I..takean
limited n-mSerol : STUDHVTS t'ibreceived.hnM.llhestippiKsl to, and delivered at one to the Merchant for term of eight instead of during
a years
\ d.f'F I .f rir to onr mrrug', bud been rn,'re or less account of what is due to Complainants fur their
\1\ h !iooks. We state that u'tr Briers are always the same, without -
j !
I "II pl"tf. I the ;.:ittof (',';", and /Vrrrt fir shout i good benavior
I sti eighteen claims and to nfl olfi'r creditor of said A M G.I.lin. pursuance ol law. JAMES
\ "IH I the hast variation S, rtltJrftd the Senate end finite IN IC. POLk
Anitt-n al. iti l other Preparations- :cno< 1. Brit by
': : 't : :/ 1\- m'nlh11.1111; tried \ari".nmedies wi'hout uc- with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further of tire United States of 'CT' I,
U have hand the articles well America
.. lar'v i-xamnod in II." rniie ss ol t their '1t. 3r- e on following ,as as R'presenlntiees of the State of Hernia in Genera da ,,
rtslncrd' in lV -h. few
much A
J < *, and was -rv That Ihc said Master do cause an advertisement declare and make known that *
N, I thing kepi in cur line : the lath Clause of public sale,
: !
larz convened.
mole every Jssertb/ij
,.::4 : c.'r'.az 10 the pursuM in t.e 'rllu'r dav* alter!' on' maniace si e (( m'nC't'd"ilh tprn.I to he published in the Floridian,* a newspaper held at Ihe undermentioned Land win *
anl. : Furnaces, such as every family nedCooking; Ihe 5th Article of the Constitution of this Slate be Offices IB
h* lanihf the
u';: lo
I. clI..4- ; '
.t" : nmool'd dlcl"a.t .r, t'tH and in a dav pr I wo afterwards wit h Iful"sPills I published weekly in Tallahassee! and in such of FLORIDA at the Stat.
tn.rucfrd Stoves of the most approved kind in use ; Air Tight amended In read fellows, yi7.: That at I the periods hereinafter de ,
; ," 111 l rnrs. ail I "i.l i h! : in the rwIlr she used at!\,ut half a box ot each the result I so aa as other as he shall think for to wit S"**!,
'. .rtJit ilii'im of tIle Suron-Icdifl. CU?. I Stoves for Chambers Parlors or Offices ; Coffee expiration of the present term of office of the Judgesof publiC newspapers! proper :
i'1. e9 I' was, a R tPiCALcuRK She regained her health Roisters Double Rod Iron Pumps Ice Cream Freezer Courts with the hereinaft the creditors of the aid Alfred M. Gatlin to come At t the land ofSce at
t & ; the Circuit exception NEWSA'tSVILLE.C'otrll1let
pl'Z.: n.d"I kf. and : aid has had no return of S
{ : t..ntlhl'ry rapidly before him and their debts before the *
J .: ." in prove on or Cing on Monday, the day of
.c..l Justices of Ihe Court
Amencan cit ( mentioned the Supreme October
P and
of next that such the ,
first day of creditorsvhosriaUnntcomeinandprovetheirdebtsbvthetime Ihedi
May ol Ihe
posal lands
June :. 1HS 48Harana
> t I .. wi'l' d1'ri a greater nj.t.* of n'.n vid approvedremedies |I tob. liRrrilc! : sale ; and when us. das "rrifically< -- -- and the Jiii ges of the Circuit COllrt ,lh31' be electedfor undermentioned situated within I"

,,.'f J.\O or present tr.re practical r..illits for directed are atUrvLd with xatis :p'orv r.'c'III Syrups fur a thallf'rm.term of eight unless years, and removed shall hold under their the o'Bces' aforesaid\ shall be excluded Ihe benefit of this decree viz : townships and parts of townstri.. j
I sooner provisions
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.1 : J 4' : tuIen's.tic.!miexivi with department! it miv hepro H. L. FRAZER Jlnd Presents et CtH' to close the Salet made in th;s Constitution for the removal rf and that such persons not parties to tbe bill, South of the last hnet and East of Ill,
: DOZEN Raspberryand Orange Mower who shall come in before the said Master to prove mendtan. tuilll
.. lo stat* that as !w nn as p<.ible. ai Infirmarv: i. Orange, Judge' hy address or impeachment| ; and for wilful
; The f.-l! wr f testimrnv, from an infl tentul Planter before admitted director
r' do.
their debts! they are The (fraction
,r the rec-n!nn .t f both .1'iiaI and Sireiejl PJ-I the t/ S. rnps, neglect of duty! or other reasonable cause, which township seven, s:t.afed etf
take MscunTehegraili
in \Va
Count from
\\f. : .. "hington we 4 dor Havana Preserves in Jars contribute to the complainants their proportion of t the Suwannn ( Section, *f :
'. tents will b* opened, vVn "Iu.lpntc ",11 "me the shall not be sn.fieienl: ground for impeachment Ihe flver.uf'pl tne.el*,,.;
f : I : 4 Ha'id ocie Grass Hammocks. Apply loJ the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said twelve) and the fraction ef aa4 i
: tnr'tir.itv of prc1itltlUlytflg di list tTallahassee. : Governer shall remove any of them on the address tawnsbip ten ,
I :. Vuhinton ounfT, : HI7 R. FOR'rUfF.fen': of the Ma'iter.1tnd it was also,)ordered that "an accountbe said river,(except hit 1
". of two thirds General Assembly
.Mill. t 1M -
: ; July Dr. Calvin F. Hnll Dear 1f-1t has been a''oiit ; i
: securities collaterals held the
of ail by
JuneS. I H. 4'At the Tin MwifacUry I"f'n. twenty and 1 thirty-one.)
'r J T. J. WU/ (, M! I). ..ineI I commenced leper and however That the cause or causes shall be staled at o.f range 'loorteen '
three u
year mg yrnr and be made of the
credilors respectively a Fracl jonah j'
4 )1 r. C. VAN WYCK. D. lenth in such address and entered) on thejonrnaU of report township IbIrIJ-*lx.cfrangue'fIIf.
.. ,1fiir and .Inft-ffrrr Pills on m pUntaluo I Ice Ice Ice !
: same, and of the value of each And it was also Township. twrnly-lhree and 2
J..h 1 2 I each Holism And provided'/urMrr.That t the caireor tWf'Dt.r01r
: t I nft I have had a larz tunilur of C2"! of Ch'.N and Fer THE 1. .'ri r.iII deliver ICE at the Ice House caucen shall be notified to the Jud e so intendedto crdered that all parties may be examined upon in fractional townships thirty'cne. lbirt 4n I

:t. d. _.. ,_ j and rne few of llious; Fe,er, and in no ineini'e ', 'n'dlC'k niernmfr.at cents retail produce all books and in th .
': T..n .""' every be removed and he shall be ad:nitled (10 a heaping terrogatorie'and papers 't'Vf'n. thirty-eight and thirty'nine, of JT:
r t. AU.-C .UU4aU\1 of either frrmot t ever ha ye I fai'ed. : t 1' erect Ih f te"- range
at the Ice Heu e, or i cerU per up I their custody or power relating theretoupon oath teen "I1 I
hi de'ence before vote for such
in ,
: :; :- : By) the Etna I Insurance Company taken a cure' when the directions; \,ere IrlhvrrA the j'm-as-and they were Persons livi g i in the sairjundine villages saul be 1 sha!! pass own: and in such cies any the vote shall betaken before the said Master, as the said Master hall direct Township twenly.three and tWf' ty.fo1Jr. I
at -nmencement of I hue tarnished I Ice at tHe 1 Ice House fur 31 cents peg ." lional towrs' i.
';:; OP HARTFORD.! CONN ':':-TICU! r. crcater *tlcein Using Pills, thin with by teas and nays and entered on the Journals of each lip Ihirty-one township, thirty*, '
.. j Ilwl yonr pound by the hundred l weight Hcu-te Now therefore all persons claiming to be creditors IhirtY' Yf'n. Ihuly-euht and
: respectively I fractional I
1: .finIII Company slil cotinui herg-nr> at another mf'dicI! haye ever used in try family i J. t J T. AFFIX S.'c.2. lit further enacted That the Judges first of said A. M. Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of thirty-nine, of range nineteen. towsahlp;

.1'. JL 1.bu,-c. ;'romptn* an,1 1 .I, ili' of S there 11 no dC\llbllhal "ijen ut ed according; to direction Tallarti.se! Ma T 1SH 41 apoirled under this amended ConsMtulion.shall? aaid order notified to produce their claims, and the : Townships twenty-three: (except tire
for the hit thirty % is ,licient: : t *, will efect a pertit and rodiral cure ---" vouchers in and all Wft'ffD' rier
; t. : tu! eats a support thereof collaterals and of Sections) t
: divided bv let into four clas!e<). The first class shall: thlfty.onf'.lhtrll-h"o. thirty ,
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I I,' -.. g:uranlee of h.'r soundness} She ha. .fo\d Ih* te t Yours with respect ALACHUA Is,.. hold his or their office or offices for Ihe term of two securities therefor before me, at my office in Tallahassee IY-Ieen. thirty-eight and tbirty-nme thir

<.. .. .. (r.1 the srlatlire" in New York and other ".rl'ot j I FMANUELIiROlTO. m. A'ctfnanstille Florida ,l' fl l years, the second for lie term of four \eatsthe third within the line limited in said order and twerty of 'fIIItw'
: $:'ates. and her biHireirut OtJ- The above valuable m..1i-.inf'.lrf'lh and genuine otherwise with the
arranges comply of the
UnItt ln f.r le LEWIS( Jt .AMES. TV\HE subscriber having purchased he house and for the term of six years, the fourth for Ihe term ot provisions same, Tovnships thirty, thirty-one and thirty.!,.
are bjr
no one fre can cripple or injure tl'r. not almI'11. I JL formerly owned and occupied b.v J.W. ei;r f years that they may be admitted parties! lo the said suit. range twenty-one ,orTownships
July I I. 1 cit :t) Tallahas. Fla. premises
her A f lake certain amount third day of lJPf'.mber.D..
? <> over tr in Dated this 1917.
.nt : -- Pearson Ps" at Nt-wnansille. F. F is now [r.'O d the Senate b% the Constitutional majority, thirty, thirty-one, thirty.two, thirty.
s-. ,. ny one block, and aro:lin: a'l towns bunt entirely | Dr.:Spencer'a Vegetable Fills ready to accommodate Boarders and Travellers and Dtx-ember 22, ]1M7 Passed the House of Representatives SIMON TOWLE Special Master three and thirty-four of range twenl .I.o.

cf wood. December Is 17. If
. All risks .mnllajreeaMy I the I AfI hopes by his exertions to make his ;\1..1. as comfortable i bv the Constitutional majority January tj.ISb. 4. go At the land office at ST. AUGUST IME/coma] ,.,,

::: IeclaaM are s.ttlt.t pr< .. than1! : tul f"r o the I I Toiir and Uororatlre nUf ". as possibk i lie has good tabling! and a .] In the Circuit Conrt of the Middle Circuit of cmgon Monday.the sixteenth day of October a f
: in jwlicyV rs ; '
t., 1' tlir in attendance I I April'>, IStS 33 fm; for Ihe disposal of the public lands within
first rate always
o! Florida in and for the of Leon. the i
4 past patronage 1 b-gour friends I.c.111! \<'heievertliev Far tree Purification of the Blood and Rea1o'i .f County lerroeDlionrd It.
(; FORGE: M G.\LPINVewnaisville townships and parts of lownstin. .
) '..: wish in.ur."cP. an.1 "'i mil! lake n,V!onasfavorable S lf f Nyrw frciii all? Morbil becietions vf I fie May H, I'I H. 41 U. S. MAIL LINE TO SPRING TERM A. D. 134sLeopoldrreenbere South of the base line and East of the ..,,
C : terms as any Com:'a n' of -ual, Hlindin l :!1! (;'tf..;'.', ."{i. anti L* cr, Morbid Hwnuit, and I Charles meridian prwentt

I '., J. R JrORTTNFeit.. I'i'i ited Slate of the S.1 SftrpllC'K .
I 'm. Groceries &c.
berg Henry Greenl .:rgand Townships eighteen, nineteen and
4-. ,, : a- At the Tin Muitfuctry. 1 [ Pill and Bitters have been steadily pun- Asiurcput twenty5 led
'. .. If nnn J.go BACONIKMS. SIDES and1J'J'J'i Kline, merchants and ( damages fractional township twenly-one, of .
1 T.1h"aq! P. .\I1slt \ I IM. iGroceries. _I in; it |>o,'uiarify among all clashes-are not now Grl"f'n'l I range h'tatleight.
,. '/ SHOULDERS, in trade usiwr I the name,slJ SI(().
iibltul 1
anon; ilntsc of d ) f'Ijcae: (.r exprninentalhjralpr
Leaf firm of L. & II. Greell Attachment I Fraclnnal township nin and
: .. <- bet can be relied upon as compositions IIHIO) Ib-i best Lard ell een township twisty
1 : I W) Ibs Carolina Rice r.. (or $.'j6 25. of range tWf'nl!.nlne.
KVIGHT c.entinue fou uii'd correct I i
S. : unon therapeutic and
.. : S tOTNtirttw"prvyp.1:1 Louis Flour From Tallahassee William S. Carpenter. j ; Township twen (our and
bbls to Macon. ty. fractional
y) st town, ,
.5. fr.m \. \\ Orlta'I'. L'PI'LIt: OF confided) i in a, jafe, l'l| l-a-;anf, and etfcient Medicines ,
T.WF 1 f.j sacks R'o Tofee Through in furty-lico hour from Tallahassee to defendant ar.d all other persons interested twenty-fi ?, of range thirty
FI.mm.CO .\\l! : ; nakpit "'..'r Yf'ra 'feme ,'r.lpnitntts i needed, and where THE
S : ( choice Li<-' .-> and Wines take notice of I the institution of this Townships Iwenty-two and verlv-foor
y) ) gallons rs J\larnn and to Chailestonin three suit and(
S ,nnle Cathartic alone cloy, rae.tionaltowrshiptwentyfiveesept -
.5 the i ili.rp-t < S lure walt. their; irrpev cl Ptl'i abler iim.j! i 'inn tailed.\ : ) bhU tlo11 inle! reclined hiskey. in time 10 lane lh. .Mail Boats lJilw.ulh by attachment, and that they are required to appear ( Seehmtt\rt\ ,
thpf.t J0d.,7-abe.t Port Wine and piead to the declaration hied in this thirteen, twenty-four and
-'S: AI : !t'-tS.! : I They will pcMiilycl cure, and hare in the)n and, ] the Join th day cause as- twecly-five,) of rang,
I :
I"") Madeira Wine, /rMinsiaije \yill lease alhha-'ee 1 on Mondays coiding to law. thirly-ure
l. IIr f ca'f I Ipeps, Jjundie: Liver Complaint,
.' .
.5 4 S. : Boot and Shoe Making1.f :r'II.I,1.: ttc: .'iigfl. sillo"y ( mplexion: (> neralDttili'v.Lo'sct S f" Sherry JL Utt'rc! d"''!. and I ridavs, at,1 I'clod.1., AMES T. .ARChER Townships i !went v-one.twenfy.twp.tffenty.tartf.I

: edthe .\'Pf'tilf'iuppr '.h'r.piraficn l r ii Claret and arrive Maronria( Qtiinv, lainbmJ? i Newton Attorney fur Plaintiff. and twenty-four.and fractional township tw tnty. i/

S piIEtndor inedha\irgU'cha} Soap Candles, .irch Cheese. Pickles Oltes, Albany: Amcricus, and ntrrv,) July SMMO. C f n of range thirty-two.
-p L en'ire t. anJ nateiiLi' : Lit c. &.. .A* an xteVit! : eraiti'filor of merfttryTre on TucdaysThut
.5 '\ 5 '. I : who.:i B rfbout l-av.n .the Vale: O, from fhu.1cf"m t h4'PIli-and littcrsare; ulle'IIIJltd.' I Olive O.t.1 Cat up, Mustard. Pepper I Pepper, I -dax: and Saturdays, at 10 o'cixk. P. f.1 I :"m Township nineteen, Section one. two thr.*

.. .' v-a'ecttuy ulnL'! inlnrrns his trI{ id. arid lie in.I .ationt juinm cncer's, Pills and <-r,'en and Black Tea,ic, tc, at tIf'; new grocer. I lime for the cars for S\VJ'1nah. fea; 'i" ?I.,con en STEAMER GLASGOW, I Seetion ten lo fifteen inclusive, Section IwfBrj

S. ', publ.c mat I IM* is at pr '*nt at the oidlard. '..heie :en, and w lien i I hey tnouM! betaken I \h"ut d HI'-I store of S. S. KMGHf.Apnl I, Mondays, Wrdnesda\s and t'ridm, at -I o'clock. A II one to twenty-seven inclusive, and Sections Ihirty-

1 S he is prepared, IT ex.'etel wtrk in '.i.lle i \tilhpronptn a pitr't:fire nf t'te formation vf acute ,Ii,,,,., 20, IMS 41 t_ M 1., and arm ing in Tallahassee or lu....J.v)>i, Th'irs one, thirty.lour, thirty-five and lhirtyu Jn frjctional -
dabs, arid S..IUfll.1H. at 10 o'clock P. M 1 This line tcwnhip twenty township twenly-one.town-
: savd JE'atth.: h4! m hand'hefine t : -wtiet the tongue i i- firrrd ; vylei the vine i is ..
.5 of call IjnC.! -ml jll l .its <.f irut.r.:l., and iilrnakenl hihii% r*:tIf'J"llI'fI tbfie is |"an in the stomach I Pure Sulphate of Quinine. :, connects with the Central Rail P.oad.S.\YmnJh.: .A'lSiita I ship In ei -*> (exirpt -Z-tchon one, twelve,thirteen

S short notice, and in the t hc.t ii"anner, (;EN. aid l h iw<'lc l ; whtin 1 thi. le are n ryi.ts irritations iu': suli'.cnber have on h.,n t.I l two hundred! and Millitl ev.lie and Western Rail Road to Co- JAMES TUCKER, AIASTKB.IIIF I t.cei.y.I..ur and twenty-five.. ) and fcimsfurs

S TLEMCN'S TOOTS ANHMIOF. *vtn '..srri"tio" w'pi: : ih.ie ale j pains in the bad and l lead ; when T liil>' ounces hi| Sin;ihate! ot (Jutiune, winch t'ie! liuvbi (.a. It also connects \yilh the Mail Lm twenty-five and twenty- ncf range thirfv-Itree.

Ro.iN f w. !. s..led'. and itHerw i.repaired in the ti:1: i. I 1.1.t .jr*, or *ellow ; when (he apj'etit" have rntatned dnecf hum t Ihe rnanu:actorers, aid Irom Quncv to Chattahoochie, and tn"ire to Apa- undersigned avails himself of tins mci!. of! Section three, four, five Sections nine fo fifteen

S. S h".1! "t l t.Ic 1.1.1t rea.
:r hisMoix tn Ix .1..1 l to any dme il If the.|r!iee. diea.::. ff bad (or ,'tail'in' ; in .IeeII ?. \Ve hare ei t.t.sr.tl_ 1 (ur lork of Drugs and Medicines ColumniH in three das ant I but one night will be i Lo, u nrv p -r:rmirg her regular: trips lath Cilisi ive, and Section thirty-four, Ibirty-Cve. and
Slunnf'e River between Colnmbus and Cedar I thirtv-sn in township atrJ i
and to give as ;ouJ s !hcUon a to flttire. any lik"1 .n the occunenre fOf any or a'l of these hv r,'r-nf arnvaN, and are prepared to execute spent, on the road between Tallal-.'-e and 14,'n. I! twenty two, tcwrtbip
| Kbs. PI.i* boat is trrn5iv baiL ol the best : tts enry.three, (except Section:one to six inclusis.
S ctlier workman : in.lu'jiio-M rl a n d .ease:luuih |1am and orders for aihclcs\ t,nr line, at wholesale or retail, The public rosy rest as-uredtnat etery. at lent ion will t ra- ,)
LFRCH.KST ..rktien a." !. prevertetines. I on the mof accommodating terirs j I be paid to the cotr.tort of hc,1' who C"a'1J patronize i tcnaisarid i rcrei'id ly two ti's:nes, aid rapib.e: cf !I I cf range thirty.four.

.. IH.if''. Ire for We have a''1st() a le1 accounts }et die to us for the I till- Lib*. | rarryinj one hundred tens burthen fir .J'If bales cf I Itl I Fractional to'vnship twenty-two, the (cur easter
'> ('n, with suitable accrmmidatioos fee lout tiers cl Sections n township five and Set-
S '.j'.el.y! LEwiS & f VF %. Tear 1M7 Thy are cenerallv in small amour.I..1 I FAR : : (pas-I|S twenty ,

S. S Notice.i j Jti.t.!'. I I. 1 I.4;. *,) i'ulahi'e' Fla but if the whole could he pail,I shortly, it would go I If.r From Tallahassee to Qmncv,$'2 jto tainbri- -1.1. 'I nr grrs t.f light draft, rt"Juifi 5 but seventeen inch | lions one to four inclusive. Sections sine te IIte!( .
$5toAlbaaySt1.andtoMaconc.t2.l I : ?s water thereby enabling her to {.erlorm her trips inclusive, and Sections twenty-two to twmtywa

SIX Ift1! a'ter (li?*, the un,!!rinH' ,'it:I j-rent -. I Drugs; IMedicinea &c.- -- toward li'luiJ.ltin'ell' 5 LEWIS sums w hich& AMKS we;owe WRIGHT & \WYFR, PropmfrrsBv ) regular!; *l all seasons of the year between Col urn. inclusive, in township Iwenly-six, of range thnty-

S5 their :: c"> 1ltt ::1 1 mchr-r' :1 JOHN M VAHAent. ; every
; ble Jz1a of Pr ibite! of ; ,,) C : s.:d' ,. ', April ':, ISIS 41 Fractional
r. ity. : ; XJ- Office it the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee CK I nornni! at 70'clock. A. M and Cedar Kevs to\yn hipsninefeeD and tsrntyof r ir.
EDWARD H.\R'iARD. JR. -- -- -
S for letter wf Jn"niji i Atrinistrutor,l and .\Amontti .
a FRIDAY mcrnir: Should uff cieat thirty-six
.5 Cigars Cigars HAl I LEY Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in ( uincy.I every i> p.ilronce
S. :riv rf tie e>lite or W.Uim Covd. Itte of [fs received by the late arrivals, a July 17, 1S47 52 ; I l-e extended or the interests of shippers require At the land office at TALLAHASSEE comciftt-
S aid Cucntv, decea -d. .11 Intel diliiini to his stock .f GKVULNEIRL"G 1 C Him DANISH RLGALl.AS jut received I Monday
I'J.UUU ---- her to perftrm two hips per ,week the proprietors I cing on the twenty-third day ef October
S A. .*. cr. \RK.A < AND MEDICINES of and for sale by DR. J. will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the necessary I next, f.'r the disposal vf ire public Und sitnattl
S. l-ninntralor .and .\Iliui!! ,: 'ris. which, are of aId iiality,, I.t'for Cat L. & H. GREENBERG tt. CO. chargeor add another new boat to the %Sine, of like within the undermentioned townships and parts if

S An.I h. Rntnn ("n. r'a. I'I lv I. 1'1>. VI Tm I f'S)5i, o i lia,11 I a ;,,ifi jl as.rtnent ol the following May 20, I IH-s. 41 & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. capacitv to the one now employrd As soon as ptacticaale townships, to wit:

: wt..h are "rl.ar.lt.d l e, 'i nine, yi7i : this boat will extend bier his[ np the Su- South of the base line and East .f the pinci.I
S I li. I'aiiecea R' IN In roved EIW\II: 31. WEST, of feeble constitutions and those! !f se-
Notce.A i HI i% s wan > Tonic Mix PbRSONS wannee river to the Ufpir Springs, and also n*> the meridian
q N APPLC.Tlo1 1 I! readt- the n<-,te t'KeV! .,f tars' BaNiin: : of t>lId Cht'rr.Y. Hrandrelhs Notary Public, habits, areofltn troubled with habitual I \\'llt.lJrp."hle ri\'f'r. I The (two eastern tiers of Sections in township

C : 1 ,. c fen.nl: l ". tn'v'! of Florida, t"r t Plll, shermuis Celebrated: C..I hart It', CamphrrVoim tivenc's, which cftP errl- very unfavorable I The unlf'fcj! ined weiild further state that he and i two, the east half ef township three and township

5- ; a. ciartir c.f int .rp"ri'i: ..i of lH" St ickh'i:dtrs of ,I \ Cou;h, aid Dinner Loiitc;, lionpland: T.JLMILISSKE, tLORID.i. ;influence upon their general health, which is particularly others proprietors of this boat have availed four, (except tue eastern tier of Sections,) tA range
.. lii 1 R.,aj of Ft..rtJa.1 I I Il'f'.t.r.tf'd April I li. lIS.Spring oO inaitile l ted irregularity it
is s.u1wfs..r n.il : I ryerai. ;d .Au Rsmeilv' 'ireniat'ordial by not total loss of'appetite selves of the provisions of an act entitled An three

St1 S 5 -July ".1'1"l > -r\\ --In- __ __ |!I hornpnn's; FIC: Water l .Munnt,* Plixir of Of.nun, -- --- In this condition cf the JIstf'm, this ar-I I improve the naviga'ion! and to navigate the Ibf'm'l Township two, (except Sections one to twelve inclusive

! Lr. MPN S r;jf'at, tila. Turner 1"<'ver arnl '*,n ie Pills: and Summer Goods. I t tide is confidently re'Cmmendt'd'Ilh the a.urarcr I i; nee ri\r r. and for other rurp('ses therein mf'r.1 ansi Sections seventeen, eighteen. linetees

.5 S In Wakulla Circui Court. Tylei'suilfo t (;irdon's I'llli I I it'IH and Arli I ties, eptic ,-. that, if the dose is -perly adjusted !o as rot to I enacted! at the lat session of the I.eci"laure( of the I j thirty and thirty.one,) SeetifJis eit and seven.in(

S SPRING 11:1:1.: I Pills: Peekwilh'nlir>vs(>e;tie Pill, Peters'and BE'ITON & IJKJCJS; move the bowels too actively, relief ma be relied State of Florida ; that they have: recently organized township three, and fractional township fire,(ezeeptS

.. '. Thorestn Luipkin.sm' lo. ) Afadlept. ;4e:,rer'3 1'111., and! i* .\;ent I.r S. P. lownsend's now receiving; a I hare and general a$orl- upon without any or e>en the Iea>t unpleasant con- their company j lurslanl i to the provisions! nt said act, I S Sections three, four, fiv>* aid six,) of range fcur.

.. R.,bort L U.I/"I'I.' j, lVj, .'.,.flT.IC I rei i. '>ra': 'd sar-aparula, in fjmrt billies. at $01! |I'f'r ARE. ot ol SPRUNG ANt) SUMMER; GOODS, I sequutcesresuliinurom. the uc of common purja ur,ler the name and slvle of tie '!<.rida State Interi Townships three and four,and fractional township

1d "Sl LSrJJ.I : bottle. AUn, !.upei .or Lemon S rnp. .prepaietl. from to which they invite the alienion of the \,ublic. live uieui-ii.es UoU..IV i sorien 10 i nut Improtemenl awfSItamayi alion Company r five, of raiicefite.

S ,. W1lian S. Carjenter. J ,p,tre Cihtr or Lenon .Acid tar preferable' for the March 2:, 1 II. 06 I Person liuLJt'd t to Pilious Cholic may rely on the j The Cor:pan will soon complete t heir arrangements, Towns ip five, of range six.

'\. defenJa and others mtere,:'eil will tjke. r,. i "ick '.'r ordinary use than that Usually sold London -- ---- preven ive pro,'erties of this medicine by using it on I I of shkh due notice will be given, for purchasing Township nine, of range twelve.

,, S et the ui 'itutio:t cf tae! aVe -nit !ST atI J I Porter, &.c., /,. Just Received the first intimation anapproachm;attack. Thereare 1 Cotton and other products of the country, or make Sections one. eleven! twelve, thirteen, fcortetB.

., tacnrn.nt. a'il ap[tear a'id pi".1 1 to the declaration. I June I", I'4H. 47 :: some constitutions Iianc! to ri-'' uljr attacks cl liberal' cash advances, upon all property shipped, Sections Iwenfv-fhree to twenty-seven inclosm.

..:. filed in the case within the tim, prc_enV-d b\' l AT I EWIS k .:11Oru? More, a fresh supply I I I Pillion Fever almost! "every >,all ; to such the u e of when required As soon as practicable a line of arid Sections Ihiity-tour thirty-fife and Ikirty-sii.

U N r.JXY: Western Produce and Groceries. N-v aol 1\atuable icint's-among whichare this inedirine M r tcRimended, beginning to use it tillable estSthi5hcd
W'1 I II packets will be by the Company in township seven, and townships eight and nint.sfranse
I the f till 1! wing i : : the mu'J'e! of Mavorhrst Jjne
: Attorney l Pj o Iv Of
S I.r ir.tif. I between Cedar Ke and New York and New thirteen
S li' July 1. miS '.i) ?' I Tr ST rere.Ted. a large supply of I PROVISIONS I DR. SPLM r.RN \ PGET; .\BI.E PILLS AND nE?- I Those whose digesine organs are feeb'e olfen ex- I \s Orleans
; 5 ANDCROLtRILSit the store fof fOR \TI\K IJITTEKS S for the conveyance of freicht and passengers, The fraction rf township seven, situated west it
| pcnencc a ensc of fullness weight and oppression thereby securme to all its safe and tire Suuvannee river of f
: Barrels. I S. S. KNIGHT i patron, a expeditious range vrtecn.
Molasses: j Designed for and will cute, Iyipepcia Liver Com- about the stomach after eating will find this medicine
S i < <9. i mode of transportation rf their propel tueithei Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,
t 1 47
\ vcrv CiIOICC !!:' it n. for :plaint. Pilevrrolnh, Jaundice-and all kindred afford almost immediate relief
20 IOL.\S rLC market as well as return Cargo to its place ifdestination. I military cr other purposes, will be excluded frea
at the Sure S. diseases resutiu* Irons disordered stomach or impure Ladies
I. -5' sue KaGIT. a near their confinement often suffer from I .
.. I Notice.SIX The rates of transportation will in n<> the sales
S Jur 17 b19. -'_ _ _ mo'ilK after dale, the III,1'r'linl"), "mini. state of blood hf-utbnrn and co.tivcne s : touch this article is I instance exceed those beretoforechargnl cr allowed The offering of the above mentioned lands will be

l31ECTCS of the estae' t.f (nailes htecksein Nte cf DR. HILL'S WORM LOZENGES, highly recommended at it tan he used without the for like t'rvitl'tI. but a material reduction of socrates II III commenced on the days appointed, and proceed is
'" The safe.t most ef'Ctual and 1 pleasant preparation least I danger and with great benefit In sick
S r OF I Leon C'lJnly, will prisent his accounts an I vouchers : or uer\- I i is contemplated! at an early penod, as soon M the enter in which they areadertiedwith. all cosvenient -
\ before the public ft the eradication of UOHMS ill headache it invaluable
4." Th: Southern Literary Caztlte, before the Hon Ju.l!e of Probate for Jid County I ." oils is theincreast-of business shall warrant uch red'iction. dispatch, until the whole shall have been
Children A :tillsHLLL'S
and or ( This article will b found to act as a pie sanl cordial The facilities nffE'rt to parties of pleasure and others offered, and the -ales thus closed. But sale shall
; A JOt.IN,tl., COMM1NCFD: IN pray lor a final; n-ttlemtut and discharge froti COUGH LOZENGES the | BO
S' "IEJLY and Ionic, rrstonng appetite, and at the i to visit the Kevs at all of the of be lent than weeks and
said kept two
;5151 (: ox .ATLKDtr, IMF HTH or tslateTIIFIESERCCK \\ ill PHFVOT Consumption and all efCol.li : seasons year one open er no private
CL'RE cases time fulfilling errintention that thecomnon
ATHE'G4'i' sam {! the most and desirable retreats for invalids of nf the lands will be admitted until
TFIV her entry
.1 EDITED BY WILLIAM: C. (Py azent) healthy any
Asthma. SI.IIin; of Llor, P the Side, intended effect /
[ ins in pureatives are to / purely rrelalle -
% and others in the State and the beautiful and after after the of the two weeks.
,IlEtE it not, SJ'i'h of the JOhN B DE CORCE. romantic expiration
S. Shortness of anti all other
Breath Complaints and when ed
Pulmonary >i" according to the direction
-. S : Journal -h.HO sole o'tject is to d<>velope andS j Mar 20, IS!? 41 ere found invaluable scenery of Ihe Sumanree will, it i.supposed ofler Given under mv hand at the City ol Washington this

.: ._' fj.Ier literary! taste and talent in Ihe South; and this -- --- \LCO afflicted will be with an article especially to those inducements to many to avail themselves of so pleas third dav of July,Anno Domini one thousand eight
Dv-pipsia, Derangement of Ihe Liver
In Hamilton Circuit Court. ant an excursionThisCompiny. hundred and
S.. : fact. is certainly :sulKieit reason for an earnest attempt DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUF PILL, or General Debility forty-eight.
S ... to bli.b SJT'I! a The failure of 'MIDDLE CIRCUIT Ol J-LORIDA. having as they believe made all By. the President :
;S ell journal Well known a* a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure Prepared by Doctor J. Reese Griffin Pike county,
., previojs Carts cann",t be rfar l by the intelligent MAT IkRM, 1':115.: for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittentand Georgia and fcr saleh\ appointment at leqiusite arrangements for Ihe convenience and accommodation JAMES K. POLL
: las Those John Williams of the public they solicit its patronage RICHARD M YOUNG,
rain an argument
; .instluchan31fmpt. ) all other Fevers Price reduced Scrcnty.fie'Cents E. BARNARD, Jr's.,
4. ., : fiil'iiei may have b'.en, : probibly were. 'i'ie: re- r.'. > Lll for DnorccPruna Box Drill Commissioner of the General Land Office.
I per Tallahassee
0. '. siit of circumstances. no longer existing 'i ,, need Williams his Wife Store For further part culars, apply to Mcs"rs. D. P.
II .S : ; ) The above Medicines fie ;' S cf such an organ in our mid-l! is II umvrmllv ac-1 f apiwanns: to (Ihe Mlioia"lion of the Court that sale by LEWIS Jt AMES, Monticello SMITH & Co., Columbus. Mes-rs SMITH & HARRIS NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.

kao>\leJgeJ. that not to attempt to supply the defi1cienv I IF Prusu Williams the Defendant in the: above stated Tallahassee, Fa Madison \( ",. FUTNAM & RICHARDS Every person ent:tiedlo the right of pre-emption

S S \on\1 indicate a disregard of the sijns ol (*(.<)ot9 not itf!!le in the state of Florida. and 'For certificates of recommendation and other infcrma'ion HARDY BRYAN Quincy, Cedar Keys- or to the undersigned to any of the lands withintheewnshipsand parts of

S .' the time scarcely more burprmn ng than i inexcusable ,' that the aiddefendant resides in I the State of Georgia concerning the above Medicines,see future Agent for Thomas JAMESTUCKFR, townships above enumerated,is-required to establish
county Georgia.
:. The progress ot I the ag e. and the raoid drance of toO that the ordinary process of law cannot be adverticrneritanch pamph'tU! which be cbt. May 22. I Icti. 44 And others Proprietors. the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver

S. S :' the South in Commerce, Manufactures, and InternalS II erved upon her : upon motion of :M D L lIt elh. .M..;...., ..r .-a"' 'j"_"_"_.'_J. may -- Columbus, Florida January 22, IS-IS. 22 ly of the proper Land Office and make pavmecttherefor

Improvements, irn:lerativelv demand a correspondingslvanceii Solicitor Complainant, //1 ill orie'redhiythie Court March 18, IS I". 3' I DR. ('. II. BUNTING: as soon as practicable after teeing this notice
'. i literature To aid in this gnat That service be | rfccted wino said defendant by W. DDLWORTM D and before the day appointed for the commencement

I'_, '.: i ject, he hat established a Weekly Journal al the publication, according. to law in that case made and SURGEON DENTIST, Attorney nt Law of the public sale of the lands embracing tbe

S. of the Uaiver-uv ol Ge.rn:a and rallied aroun oh-I' provided : ,1ml il n hereby ordered by the Court, Cabinet Making, &c., HAVING permanently located in Quincy Florida Vontiftllo, Jefferson County, Florida, tract claimed,otherwise such claim will be forfeited.

'S the best 'wntets of 'be South Tnat I the said Defendant appear on or before the first t C O-PARTNERSllp.-lhe I undersigned have associated ( tenders his services to the publicin attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle RICHARD M. YOUNG.

. The Eilo.. a >ured of the suppoit of Ins a (!hay of the no\t term of said C- 'lIt to be held on lh<'m."lves foietlur.and irom this date the various branches of his profession From his WILL and of the County of Columbia of the Commissioner of the General Land C lee*

S, Orion Magazine, and also.of mid, \Vednesday after the first Monday in October next Ihe two shops will be united and the !business conducted experience and success in practice, he feels assured Eastern Circuit Flllrida.ltfonticf'1lo. July 22.1S-18. 1 lOw

S other auiktance. from the most prominent wnlersof and anv\tr I the complaint e.flhe I Con;plairunt in his by LYNCH! & VI-JGERIIOr-TS. They are of being able to please those who mal patronise him August 22, 194fl. 5
S. the South. Th made of both |Prepared to do descriptions of work in their line For New York.rpiiF. .
G.uETrf is up mailer. Dill charged or they will be taken as confessed and Dr. B refers the public to

S .. :.. original and selected ; and comprises Tales Essays the Court will grant such decree as hall seem piu- with tidelilv and dC.:1lch. and on as reasonable terms Ccl W T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. \V. DAVIDsoN, Doctor John P. Duval,

.. .' Sketches of Travels Poetry Criticisms, and a General per in that case made and prodded for cash or approved acceptances a* any workmen in Gen C. H DUPOIT. Dr. R. F.. LITTLF his professional services to the citizens

S Miscellany of information\ in all departments cf I A true copy fiom the nuniilo of the CouitJOHV : Ihe country The continued patronage of the pub Office opposite Ihe M E. Church Ladies waitedon OFFERS. : and surrounding Office
'. lic most srlinfedF country
Literature, Art and Science Particular: attention is is respectfully their
S PL'RVIANCF, Clerk. at residence as usual. in Urn Wilson's ward's
Building over Hay Book
rivn_to_ Scientilc i and Practical. I Mechanics! Joneslchc.t 4G An LYNCH September! _II. IS.17. S Store Tallahassee
...,' In Mechanical i by no contemporary I 'f'J'D'. .-.inn'.. .yit'tir.t'ra's. ,i u".nllv=., REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between
eoeutloll .
S r S and the ci the fi"lla.al.>will not Lie Hamilton Tax Sale. Tauanassee N ivember C, 1817. 16 Fine Perfumes, February, 20. 1 1S49. 32 JL New York and St Marks and Newport, will

S. wanting to enhance i il.! attracttnns. Pi.rtiails of vnlue of the Io'er'f'"h.',l 11 me by hw, I From the Manufactory of Lubin, Paris.TTEDYOSMIA John P. Duval, commence running at the opening of the fall trade

:4 ..' ': Si'ithern writers, ail littJres of Southern L:fe and : BY eiposc for sale, b"'ore' the Couit house SI'LKYFORSiLE. Apply to Helilrope Jockey Club F.oeGeJLJ. ATTORNEY AT LAW and continue throughout the entire Tear, viz:

.5 5 5. SenMy.'i be pre4eite.1. door, in the town ol Jaipur Hairillon Counly.Ho- J. R. FORTUNE, ranium, Milk-flours, Patchouly Mignionette, Brig WARCALLA, Josselyn, Master,

S. i' conCd.ntl> appeal to Jre fnpnJs of Jidi on the ai>t M.mdajr ill Norenber I 1,15, the June 10, ISt?. 47 .At the Tin Manufactory Ambrosia, Seringa, B.r. of Arabia Uer de la Reine "VV] TILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida 5. OCILLA, Trim, do.

S Literature in the Slh ; and !ici I happy to inru'ire following (scriScd! prom rl.V. fir so IIHRI thereof as Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Hergamotte Vervain the Court of Appeals and the United States LUCY, Hosmer, do.

'.. b-. that his enterj'r.!a is cf oh, dwubilul ii'ie. Hv pri1' will ray I the taleaiid County Taxes due thereon forth Attachment.In Marrocam and f'!!. Bouquet 'I District Court at Tallahassee SUWANNCE, Clark, do. (new)

vale effort a lir.e :'. c nero'H I IM lia. f-en eit.in.! .: fear 1 t"47, to wit : Justices' Cow.tfor the /Ji8I'irt of Leon county. Also, GI nn' Ashland Perfume, and Preston A. I' OlLce in U m. Wilson's Buildings, over Hayurd'sBottk WAC1SSA, Perry, do. (new.)

..: e.l.I aol I .,\,arJ, ot One Tioimaml ",1'111 tlirr h..1 The SijuthW>t quitter of Section :a. Town*',.;.p Justus R I l'c'" 1ri Merrill's Extract: of Fragrant t lowers Store Tallahassee! These Brigs are built in the most substantial manner

q ;: |III ledieJ their vjp;vrt ta the paper Uu'il llm waCCOTI < 1. 7ante fl t, couth an.1 .!,purporling to belong to .ine, Agent, The true Farina Cohgne-al-o Ihe French and February 21), 18-1. 32 expressly for tins trade, and are commanded by

.5 .ill: ?ie.t/ the editor va:unwilling t(publish I William J. MilU. R. II. Debt $19 SO. American Latenderand Florida Wafers Bay Rum careful and experienced Captains. Freight and passage

,:. Lu J.nrnih. )i. but it is now given to the public withtheni 3SIA1I T. \ISDCN. Sheriff HE Whiling.d..fendanl and all ethers) notified of and Agna di la Rome, fine Cosmetics rich Pomades G. W. HUTCHINS, al the lowest rales. Agents-
are hereby '
S <* |"urucal. UfIU't tint it .liallbt! : (tirmanent. a"d ex officio 1 ax Co!! Hamilton Co. for '47. r the commencement of Ihi'U1t. returnable to Hair-oils and Hair-dye. Shaving and Toilet Soaps, AUCTIONEER COE. ANDERSON t CO.

1 :. TE1\t! ;-I. Tne Soutb'rn Ijferai y Gazette ic April, ISI... 2* I Is Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee on the 9th a fine and coarse Combs I Crushes for t Ihe Head.Teeth T.ILL.1IMSSER ft-1 10 Beaver street, New York.

\ pubhtahedweekly.oi a band.ome imperial ipurlocf Nail. and !Flesh. A articlf of Cold Cream JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT .
superior ,
day 01 October next, and to and plead to Iheaine in any part of the county attended to, and
S -, 8 paje*- printed from tie> I. p.*. on line white pa Leather Top Buggy for Sale.A appear in pots For sale hy LEWIS & AMES. SALES solicited. &. ORMOND.

S t per. LSO one second hand laree t'\n Hone Harouch. Given u-drr my hand and seal, tins 2d day of A.. December 4, IS.I'7. CO REI'ENENCI! : Newport.
b ( 2. It is furnbed to sinle 1 subwriber, at TtrtDtllari 2\ to J. FORTUNE: Newport August 12, 1549. 4
Anply R. gust A. D IS I II. BOND F*]., I I.LOTD & FLAGO.J .
per ann'im in a'feone-and to clubj! ef six Jane 3.1'1415 At the Tin laEDWARD Spices, Pickles, &c. I
S Manufactory M. WEST [SEAL ] W ARGYLE. Csq, | D. C. WILSOW
S far Ten Dollar TTNDFRWOOD'Spicklcd Gerkms.Mancoes. Onions Esq In the Circuit fonrt of the Middle Cirtiit if
of the Peace. 1849.
January 22. 27
..: ': (tj- -1 eoMm'iica'inI. not ceniainlng remitS I DR. J. S. BONDOFFFRS August t 5, 1545. 3 3m U and mixed P.ckles; pickled I.obsll'r. Walnut Florida, in and for the Coaitj of ffakuln.
'i._ articles. must to and Tomato Olive Oil Mustard
t'raid en
tncf.fr ro Ketchups, Capers
.ticte b hit .f'nice. the citizens -- -
l profetiional to I M. To Spring Term, .1 D 1343.LeopolJ .
D. P
I and Cider PAPY
ure : : "". and the surrounding LEWIS & AMES Pepper Pepper Sauce Vinegar fresh
1 WM C. RICHARDS. Omce at e"t." h'isbem's lintel.May29. country Gooseberries and Currant in bottles, fre h Salmon .1fiI @m m lli.W Greenber;, Charles Green- "Jheig.Henry

ATHri$. Mn 13 1VHMedical flOAtERS Shad and Halibut in c.nililf'fI. CurrY Powder and LL Practice in all the Courts the Iviftdle Greenbersj.and Adolp .Asiumpsut
1317 / in
merchants and
Notice. Cayenne, Brandy Cherries Preserved Ginger Cur- Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Cap copartnew"r
Patent Shower Baths. Toilet Articles, rerfomerj, &r., Window Glass! rant Jelly Macarronl VermicilliRussia and American itol, South wine. room formerly the in trade.using the name.style and V 81000-
ta lSS 1 THE tind,hm'r under.iirned have tin day formed a co-pjrf- the Tin Manufactory( may he had a neat ard PAINTERS' BRISHCS AND COLORS, Isinglass! Irish Moss, dried Currant, Prunes Secretary of the Terntorv. ,by firm of Li II. Greenberg &. Co. Attachment' |
:; J the name snd.tyleof TAYLOR AT lfor$6GWilliam -
convenient SHOWER HATH, intended for n AnolhcrnrlcK GlaM AT arc, Ac.rplIEabovecorstantlj and Citrons. November 15. !i45. 17 vi-
11 & Jo PALMER.for the "uNite wt fHicine! aid of-r rliamber It occupies but little room and it enclosed on hand,and for sale at the Nutmegs, Mace, Ginger, Allspice Cinnamon S. Carpenter. /
is4..qc; their *i i"a'' ;ni ice,totSepublic. They hope and all other inferestHJL
prc,' *> as not to drip water on tie floor J. lowest market prices. Clotcs. Vamilla Beans, Sage Summer Savory andsweet JOHN EIISKINC. rpHF. defendant persons
P' bv li.*' huines to merit a continuance ot f LEWIS will lake notice of the institution of Ibis suit
S Ite te Jane 3, ISIS 4f k AMES. Marjoram Orange Flower Rose & Pepch waters ATTORNEY AT LAW
; ; former patronagen. --- Tallahassee November 20. hSl7. IS extract of Rose Lemon Peach and Vanilla_ by attachment.and that they are required lo $fl'sI rand
XVALLFR TAYLOR. M. D. For sile by LEWIS A AMES. dulncy, Florida. plead lo the declaration filed ia this cause according
THOMAS. PALMER. M UMonticello NoticeIs attend the Justices' Courts of Gal
Smith & law.
45SJ1 Martin Thorn December 4. 1841. 20 WILL to
i:1: ; Fa Aujmst KCi[ ] I84S 3 3m IIFREBY GIVEN that. at the next r.es.ion of ", the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, JAMES T. ARCHER.Attorney .
the Genital Assembly of the State of Florida, Commission Forwarding merchants! C. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. for Plaiotifi*-

Thomas Jef. Heir, application wilt' be made to that honorable body for N n. (Ci, Po dras Street, Dr. C. Van Wyck, November 221845. 19 tf August 12. 1919. 4 tin

; t f I t ATTORNEY AND AT LAW, the grant of a charter of incorporation for a Rail NEW-ORLEANS. LA. LATE Professor of Sureery" in the "Franklin fjc:>* Sentinel copy. -

practiCe in the Circnif Court in cac h Road to extend Irom tbe town of Sf Andrews, mW W M MAETIJr-O. w. SMITH-THOK. THOH1T. Collf' e"of Philadelphia "II: taken rp Djvans.My .

S 1 WjLL nt1;.of the MuM':* Ctrcait, and In tbe Su- 't Florida, to a point upon the ChattahoochieRiver Refers to his residence in Tallahassee and is prepared to engage 'Horse and. Buggy .

I ", Onrt 'and United States District Court It or near the section of boundary line be* J. W. rgyle-.A. Df'lhrick, So S. Sibler.Tillthime. in ill the duties of hit profession. OffceSouth. .iRS.ALE.. Apply to ( ,

.1 TslAusee.ee ween FUnda AV ina H'k nid river.lti J, L. Snullwood. R. L. Edoondi, QuiRe,. of Btrllett's Building." 11 L. A. H. GREENBERG 4. CO.

S M..Ucehlo.JitisrT22. 1144. July" >. n r"rmr117.1NS. 3dldWl. Je.lOl4S. 4t September 2. 1544.! t 15, IMS'

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