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

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if Iht Thirtieth Co&gms.A THE FLORIDIAN' Air. Fillmorc's Vote

On esfabtiihing Diplomatic Rtalirm'lri'a tA4
.15.-'? ACT for dividing the S'ste of Georgia
ito to j<*lif'*' dii'tieta! and ontaniutctrd e.. NEGROES OF ST. DOMINGO !!

bli.I I'* adiiti"?*! di trict court of the Unit- In ibe House DecrmUr, 1838. Thfi .

t\ Slate*.rilb circuit court powers and jurisdiction. M l.ii.inr,9 j in nrd rtti* the nrlilUti prv
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it"*riM to tie Sftt **1 flotv ofRrprcttttatifeioft on pray.
ye "" Ctited Sttl.t" o/.f"- utl..i.i C fI.I. BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURffiLY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1848. VOL. XI-X0.11 ing the establishment of international telJutOI.S

I. rgossrMibza.Tbat theateetOforvthi11h.. trith the tie pub!it of llljtl. Tbe tno
,. divided intn indirtal Atiifts. \*. ,.
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petition to
:in m%' oer rnll'in. M-woe.?. to wit:June the ronnfir. Putnam* ofTslHor I. our jirumiM to your countrymen unredeem.d prosperity, can a moment hesitate to believe when they pleased, which was a > ry 'u -i- Corrtffjdettce/ the FloriJIam.JAsrEK committee on fom'cn afFairs with ioatruc.

I Hacxk.flrr*, Warren. Up Col*"""tnbia. .->d all the count\+* ? Is this the m"n" who ub no ("ar his duty culls him to give bim his ardent and portion of ihe time. Il was doubtful 1M S.p. 7th, 1819. lions to CHiidcr and rfport Ib r"on.tt A di.

II J in "id State smith ofth.!. hill romrwwe one di*. and shrinks from no responeflUityT" zealous support. ten would settle down into their old state for Messrs. EJ.: previous ro. vision of thin qurMmnrtift called for by Mr.

trict to be r Urd the outrirn djstri't : and thtourt. Read Rend! ome lo come.-Bo'ton 'traveller Monday lice to f"ct, a pretty jolly crowd ol Droom;oolr,first nn the reference and seconda
Rend o
be held lit heretofore, and at the time
.sHslI From the Huron
met at the 5ib
Whigs place on '. to the and tatrn
authorized and repaired hv law. at Savannah. The following pearls at random R'jutor. From Vie J\T. Y. Daily Tribune, 11 th in/. il" Ijron instructions bring on tbd
aGE strng"WE The of free which the hear the As il
: Tbecoontiesof Troup M.rri,'ether, PiVe. ul., question Letter from John spealing. happened we were reference Was agreed to trilhniif adivis Jaipef Morean, Greene Tali.ferro, \ ilkf'.. Lincola. clip from our Northern Exchanges all good vthigs of the north Are now urging upon (he .of the .TI. Bol deprived yuLe pleasure ol hearing fintn Gen. I question recurring on the instructions
; Published order
. and all the maininz connti. in unid j StateBtrth Vhig authority in the reaper-live States, 5r nation, he. Gen. Taylor submits to tie judg. [ by Clay Committee ] BROWN. We were lold Iea sick-I tva- Mr. Adams parr bit reasons for moving to

; of them s h an com nose one di!frirt. tn be which they are issued. They require no ment of the people as declared bv ih"ir R M RICHMOND, Sep. 6, i349. very much disappointed (for n"'. of the nr ny. instruct the committee and itddr *ed the
4lled the northern district and a court nhall be in He believes thatas My Dear Sir : I received letter who wished to hear the old
r.sentalivf Congress. your yes. gentleman explain house length
at M fn" Iratr. Mr.
IfM for the siid district at Marietta, in the cour.tv comment at our hands. Read them people] of ftpon Hj
., of CDbb. the makers, they ate supreme interpreters (erday: by which I was delighted to bear of some of his conduct in regard to repudialionhe mini, Mr. Waddjr Thompson awl Mr. Wine
" Sec 2, .11 *? .' further enacted. That there Florida and we will have no apprehension &1 of the Constitution and unlike his antagonist' : the fixed purpose-not A Alb.iny flash.in (the. has hardly forgotten AtC of his votes in look part in the debate, Mr. T. deprecating

iV.lbfIwo: ttrmi of the district court for the northern 10 the course of p.tn such Southern Whigs, be will not oppose his indh'idun opiiion in ;un-of the determined friend of tbe Whig ihnt regard. But Mr. CAUELL tells; us that i he whole! discussion as dan,eri>u* ati
, district begin heldn the at second Minetu.Monday in each in March and cccivCt&i and 81 shall prove thmpln' true to the South. the form of a Pr siintial Jre", the verdict ,'ause, and of Whig principles lo nominate the Generalbassatiafiedet't-ryire that il was thun dangerous dishonorable! and degrading
,to
. of millions raen.We Henry Clay : for. a" now stand admitting not in the of the State Legislature lo southern
iatLf second Mondat in September. And the di,- From the \tt York Expreii. twenty offrte m"t.r power loetery roan. Mr.J TbompM.n >uld
tnct jodfe of Ihe United State for the State ofGevrgia The Whigs ha"l presenled Z. Taylor, n ask only that the free territory qtrtMions ; Gen. Taylor lo be a Whig candidate, tax the people Florida with the payment ol not argue the question ; he nnud! nut so far

I is hereby requited to hold the courts .(orf"- lave bolder, hut pledged not to reto nn ads shall be nubmited entirely lo the people, and (which I utterly deny.) the party is doomed the faith bonds. Well now, I d Iii dccar. i I disgrace bimselfand t!hOic bo rrpresnted.Mr. .-
said and urthei tnore he is auhorir.ej and requiredto c fa of this declares the to certain, inevitable and defeal this is be lost.
the majority nation at pulls disgraceful not lo good to Wise explained thai be hid discussed it,
ground
h,:ld one or more special; term*at Marietta in each Congrfs. upon of eretlie1ry.
,,u.lf, in his opinion, the buine!ol the court or auctioned by precedent. The o of in favor, of an extension of slavery: we will and every man not wilfully blind must see it. not know this before ? The old General seem neces>arily, in defence of tbe rights, feeling

: Ike public convenience ,shall lequire it to be done. 1737 and the MiWquent' acts of Congress call for nn Wilmot Prm'is President to inter. It was an inexcusable blunder lo suppose that lobe rather slow however, in admitting the ,tU,1! prejudices of the people lie represeuleJ,

Sec 3. .f nd be it further enacted. That the second making Ohio Illinois, Indiana Michigan, l>oe a Veto. All that we ask of any President from a million and quarter to a million and a fact. I have a few hasty 'Iachu frfr the &c. Mr. Campbell ol' S. C. moved to lay
Mjndij 10 }March and the second Monday in Sep. is stand and lei do half .f free Whig Voters could of,ihe which .
shall div ard Iowa free territory are the to a"irp. tP r-"p'l independent speeches gentleman, I am de5r. the motion fur instruction on tbe table and
each be return for writ Wiso.uin.
timber sear their' trill. As whigs we utterly abhor Ibe I wheedled! into line at the word of commandFrom lay before readers, jt.sl lo Jet them which
Cullo your mantled the and
sad execution, returnable to Ihe said district court I It. precedents that in the opinion of all Whigs of yeas nits, heinz
. .be held for the nr:hern di-trict. at Marietta; he North and West, justify Congress in en. Veto Power, and would see i greatly modified, some fifty ur .i.'I i >v..biripli>ri rvttiii. we bow the 'iMks; talk when they think the' ordered re.i li..l 'n 110 teas, 40 nar.. A*
and the parties to such suits as shall be so returned like ,ordinance for California or swept from existence. cians (most of whom bad scarcely shed their are out oflhe bearing 01 the kermUty.At I mong the nays are the na'niesol Joun ,uincjAdrfin
shall make up their pleadings under such rulrs a* actinl another pin.feathers in politics) for a candidate who \ 12 o'clock. Mr. SPENCER took the siaml !. fiond, \V. B. Calhoun, Cofivln, Era
tbe court shall prescribe,in order t<>have the causes say nothing of(he annexation act of Congress LOOK AT THIS bad never filled a civil station, and who hid in presence of a very respectable audience. erett FILLMOkE, diddings. Potts Saltou .

:, .)returned in a state of' readiness for trial at the restrictng slavery in Teias North of not fur forty years, and perhaps in bis life, He let out at a terrible! rate in favor of old! stall and Slade, all stoWed alKililioniMs except

ijrceeding Sec4.. And regular be it terms.further enacted.That all causes 36 30, or the act admitting Missouri into the 03-: flow easy I IK to satisfy" the Wblgs of gitcn a vote for man or measure ; without ZAC, a he termed him-and when he got I Fillmore, and there would be no doubt as id

tt law or ID chancery pending in the said district Union.[ The Loofos hate presented Cass South .& l'lflPriiflCC_ _.,_ _- __ or- _knau'teH/Ti_ nf.h. nrarlirnl r---""" nn.erations -','.- through you may depend on i every body was I him if he wtre not a candidate' for Vice I'resi I
courts at Savannah ur in the circuit curt cf the a Northern man S.uller, principles ; of any; ;; cft5iu; ; domestic questions' astonished at him, for, bo certainly paint I idcnt on the Whig ticket. Wflll might Mr.

United States at Savannah and Milledgeville; \\here known to 1 adverse to the \Vilmot Prorisoand From the Savannah Georgian. about which we had differed ; of no acquain- the old fellow in the very brightest .colors Bj-num who took the side of tbe South in I his
the defendant! or defendants reside in the northern to veto such act of Southern man, Whig or Democrat, read ihe
pledged any Congress. with f relations who had I possilie-he! never looted half in in
lance in
4i'CIcI. (u hereby established.) at the time or*.>rvin our foreign ; so wel et en controversy Congress say a speech on l'
; proc u,.baU be transferred tor trial to the district Journal. following remarks of the New York Globe, arab said to the people You must lake me on I uniform, as Mr. SHENCER made rn appear; Red Hirer the other day that Milliard Fillmore

court for the said northern district and be proceeded Fiom the Albany Evening d Barnburning paper. Hit does not bring your own responsibility" wi not be he hut the next course the gentleman took rather was one of the last men on God's earth that .

J in, heard adjudged, and determined in the But now that we have, by virtue of conquestand the blush of shame to the cheek ofevery honest candidate of a party," nor be ihe exponent surprised me, and many others. He said the the South ought 'lo tele for nrlbat be ever ri.Pf'cted *
lane manner as though originally commented or treaty, vast territorial acquisitions!, the of look General had no which knew for its .
principles, nor we to presented
your party see stifflages.l'hene -
the has been (OZ'"rn. al
prosecuted in said court And it hall be duty Southern Whig who platom.
of the clerk of tie: said courts at Savannah and question return, shall that territory remain to the doctrines of your part a the rule of was a fact ) -but is (he i proceedings may Ie r..md in Niles(
Milledgexille safely to tran.millo the clerk of the I free or bonded ? And that question, when I.ED..4 Q into the support of Fillmore, tbe time my action ;" and while he professed to shrink sub :_" The General needs no platform. He Register, Vol.! 3 pages 88-t.-1\"Qdd

district court at Marietta the original papers hereby I (j en. Taylor shall have been elected: President has come for the South lo tremble.! A hale- from no responsibility, steadily refused to give and all the Whigs stand on the Constitution"as free Trader.

ordered to be transferred together with a tranxcnpt. will remain to be decided by the peopleand ful charm is upon the spirit of a large portionof I his opinion on any one question, except the their platform! and the Constitution "
of all ordert and other proceedings bad thereon.Sec. 'a
3 And be further enacted That all suitsbcrealter their Representatives, to whom it right- her children. Darkness is upon their vision. practical use of the Veto power ; and declared large enough for old Zac and all his fliends." CANT GO LONGER WITH MEXICANWHCSa

to be instituted in either (I said courts, nut fully belongs, and to which dtd.ion. when They know not irhal they do. his determination not to be governed by the (I said to myself: So it is Major, arid too big [From the Chio Statntnan]

sf a local nature shall be commenced in a cow t ol bus made, whatever that decision may be, MIllard I'Hlmore. action of the Convention, hut would be a candidate too 8 you will perceive on the 7lh of next MlLFOBD. (/prmun'/ e nnh.l
the district where I he defendant resides ; b seal who be nominated so far Hamilton is .
no matter might ; Xu\tILu. county concerned
be more than one delendant, and they reside in dil- In Gov. Cass therefore the ha ttlTTIift! following: letli-r from Mr. Fill- 0 a
ttreut districts. the plaintiff: may -Uc in either and people for the 0 :::: d to Gov. Gnjlr, of AI.. and in my judgment his name never should at ,1 events.) He said further : II i i. Col. Medary-Dear Sir ; Allow me, if yoU 1
send duplicate writs to the other defendants, on candidate who is largely responsible OmoladJI.t ( in the Mobile have been considered in iliui Cunremion after said alt Zao i< not sound upon the Pro please to occupy a small space in your talua
which the pUintiffor his attorney shall endorse that i annexation Texas ; who aided in precipita- ( fld Adrr.J he made th it declaration. viso-w-hete is the etidence ? MILTON nor be! (paper I Jan a returned! rolunieer. i I
the writ thus sent is a ol a writ sued out of the the with Mexico who, but for the OO-//. r, beaded Anohr Lofoa GunJ
copy ting war ; But this last objection, it was said, had been DCPOXT was nut here to show him the evi. went to Mexico, and returned with thai tier.

proper returned district into; and the the office said from writs which when they executedaad illsuc-d'i noble stand taken by Cot Benton, would haoeru.IH OSpikcd.: The and is
shill con tilute one and the name suit and pro- ,. d us into a war England ; who is paper letitir. THIS atifed. Judge Saund.rl of the Louisiana and he wen! on to stale thai old lie Regiment' Ohio ro.unleftrs. Dcftie 1 went
Fillmore's
rted in accordinly.Sic. now committed to new schemes contemplating Twilh SHOWS- Delegation: which he subsequently adopted was a southern man-his interests' were with I was a lliazg, but while there I saw with t
0. .f ltd be it ftVtA nn.dttI. That the judge the annexation of Yucatan and Cuba : and (ozriiow: EASY IT I TO TIY liy a card written by his authority and pub- : us on the subject of slavery. I lb"Ugbt lo iicu! tbe miserable attempts made by Cnr I
.f the said district court shall appoint; a cleik ol' the who. ifhis election possible stands pledged Qz-w1ljGs OF SOUTH !Reepect.cgOaring -
district court of the noithern district, who shall re were ; tile TiE question of -: liihed by Biibe Peyton, BulleD, &c.andthis ()self! maybe they were hut I am not so sure win Delano! Gidding Vinton and others and !
aide and keep hi. office and record and documents t lo veto any bill that Congress may pa's ;' important free ntend.-.. declaration was held up by the Taylor notions are exactly of ihe same kindas by tbe Whig press to calumniate the Admin.

appertaining' thereto at the place ol boldinj raid prohibiting slavery upon soil now free. (Kriug: slavery to territory, JetCr men and Whig presses eftbe country a sufficient ours)-but be smashed right ahead, and i tration in general, and indeed bylbat wboldparly.

court. And the said clerk rull be entitled to the Cans is foremost in the ranks of those who O Tof Mr. Fillmore says rot a word. IIE.41). to reconcile all Whigs to his eltcinn.That .- did not allow me much lime lo think. He I did not like to welcomed tct'A ,

lame fees allowed by district law to the clerks of the diet rich tvibh lo cur e free soil with slave labor. lt ( TTAKES TiE GROUND or TiE BCFFALOftCrCoxvEvnoN .. Pey'on Card and his cordial acceptance tad asserted that old Zac. wa perfVct'y soundon bloody handk to hospitable grara" in the i
court in the other in aid State perform the AB..1iJ
like duties,and be subject to the same liabilities and is prominently ludentified wilb every AD EVKN OF which TiE ... of the nomination had placed him upon that that subject, in pre.ellce of Duponl. Mi?. word of hat great champion of WLifgerr, t
{xsaltiei. measure of the present administration ; and ( OLITIOMSTS GENERALLY, op.OpOSfS Whig platform ; and just at the moment that ton, and in the face t-f ibe Democracy of the. Mr. Corn'in. Therefore renounced all aUlegiancc a

Sic 7..f nd be it further enacted That the district his election would be but an elongation oftf : any interference by the GeneQ many of us had brought our minds to the conclusion and, and he asserted it here-no ditptited to that party and gr fir Cass, But

attorney and the marshal of the utUcra duties district existing dynasty. Ie has been false to his )Jral Go.ernment with the in.titu'inn.' ( to vote for him however reluctantly )you thought I, Lut at (the same I ont the mzbt the I ler and Jno. R. Weller, who I think are tbd
ofCt"OrKII.hali nectively rnrtcrtn tre slave .
in the
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stbedi.trictatiorney, and the marshal of tr.e northern irntned ate constituents-false to the sentiments slavery, he writes another letter, in which he says he Major was not so sure of it himf"Jf Ht was safest hands for tbe affairs of tbe nation Jo b4
di.trietrd the said marshal liall keep an and interests of the whole North-false } Globe, 1 It h ins!. would have accepted the nomination from the opposed to CASS. because was an instrument paced! in.

*ffic* at Marietta ; and his chaw for inilease ill to the great principle human freedom ; and A SPOILED.At Baltimore Convention on the same terms on in the hands Abolitionists; he bad preMi'eJ I am, sir, with respect. Tour ob't wrrt,

the aid execution northern district of the dune shall t liU computed oQice within from !the le. only true to tho?. whose aim is the aggran. the coon SrEEC1 kennel" on Friday last, J. A. which lie accepted the Philadelphia; nomination ) aiboitl.n! petitions. But the Major soon TIIOS. L. BOND.

Mita.Stc.. diztrtnt of the Executive and Legislative Van Dike said : .. Fur the sake of Fillmore, What becomes, then, nfthe Saunders itrgot this little bit at Cass ; and in aft\ :
8 .1nJ be further enacted That the said departments of tIlt governmeul, to promote together and elect the Philadelphia pledge ? What becomes of the Peylon Card ? short and very brief remarks in regard to that Going it at a rro'urr.-Paufn Brotrnlotti
us keep
J dnttctcotirt for the northern district ol G;rgia.in I be political power of the South. le nominees. 1 regret that some of our most .And if it bo true that th.re w.re hI terms ox. fanatic they bate got tacked on to old Zac's notorious reverend editor of the JoneslwroTenn '

j addition to the ordman jurisdiction and powers ol ; refuse, to enter pressed or implied in the Philadelphia nominal uld brown coat, in hopes that the skirts are ( *) Whig, sajs-" Let all good whi:_
a district court ol the United States, shall within. From the Pit bt"r CommrrcialJoiunal. ardent whigs refuse utterly! ion that woud: be inconsistent with an ac lo pull him to the of Vice'resident. role for Tailor at a venture and when lour
I should do so for the strong ennugl seat
tht limits ol' the said northern district have jurisdiction into the contest. They :
hare
ol all causes, except appeals and wratt ol Gen. Taylor's position o the Wilmot Pro. love bear Fillmore." The words may ceptance of the Democratic nomination at (Thought I, it must l he of good years shall rolled ri>ufid. Jet them again

error, which now are or heieaftcr may be made cog- fis&.-The position of Gen. 'l'alor in regard not be they the samf. but the ideas are. Twenty- Bahimort in what an attitude does it placeihe materials to answer the purpose.) He said put on the harness arid wheel into line in i

biuble in a circuit court ol the United Slates. arid to this all important question i is perfectly satisfactory after thin the announced Whip nartv. selecting as their candidate Mr. FILLMORE was not an abolitionist at support of their ptinciplrs" virtual' admin nil
four hours speech, telegraph hari
: iball court.pr, ceed therein lu the same tnaniur u a circuit I to the tvhijis of the Nor h. Whatwe that '1'alor had repudiated pour Fillmore one who"ciuldwitb equal 1 propriety have become i for he had voted lo pay some one for a .!a't. sioo bat they have no principles now. Ana r|

Stc.: 9. And be further rrtottrd. That appeals desire in a President is that he hall not and accepted a nomination with Butler the candidate of(heir opponents ? And if lost during the last war ; and on one or two other consideration that induces him to gd 3

ind writs of error in the nature ol appeals, h..lI1ae interpose to defeat the will of ihe people, 8 We are not surprised-Taylor said in a speech not true, in what a position does it place Gen. occasions h may hate voted with other north. fur Taylor is, that before ibe four years ex. 9

and miy b; sued from the said district court at Marietta expressed through Congress. In the languageof I New Orleans that the owedGetitral Tnllor ern men, against the South, but in doing BO, pire, Taylor may die, and Fillrhore! an un. |
to the Suprome Court of the United States Mr. Forward the wlig. want nothing that at debt of country and I desire to learn is this If Gen. he did but follow the instructions of his con.slittients. questionable whig, will take his place Of |
Sec 10 And be it further enacted That it ould Butler a gratitude : Ill it
obtain through the action of Con. bound the action of the Philadelphia the course the whigs will be dispose to pray that
cannot is by be .
"
the julge of the diet ta ict courts aforesaid tail h I 0 attendatthe they hoped it would he paid. This pajs Fillmore Taylor nu was way sought to vin.licate
, time and place cf holding the court .hot the greM. off for it said at Buffalo that he had de. Convention, who is ? And jibe may FILLMORE in the eyes of ibe people of this may happen The Parson is a cool) caU .II
j Kid northern district, at any one ot ihi terms a I ore- (;, TiJlor'1 position i. one that will make \35 to disregard its recommendations, who may not ? he South, when we have so much proof lo I culator. But tnusn't the old Gehefal feel fiat ?\
a
said, before the clone of the fourth day of any such him the executor not the dictator of the pub- dared his willingness accept McLean rl'Dinationflum was And if he is hound by their action what right the contrary. But CASS was an abolitionist, IP red at the support of mm who will be inclined
term, tbe buineiu such court shall that body provided or
pending in
any lie wilL lalt has be (to lehd the influence of his name lo ihe all doubt be from to wish him dead the moment he is eilecled
, ('.nd adjourned to the next terra i thereof on the ticket for He could not accept beyond ; was a free Slate,
Sec. 1 1. And be further enacted. That all laws If the Wilmot Proviso is adopted by Con. with Mr. Van Buren, because tbey both defeat of Mr. Fillmoie who was associated with far North, and therefore lie could not support so that another may carry out the 'pars

;, contravening or opposed to the provisions of thi'at gross Gen. Tailor a President will not veto hailed from the same Slate. Taylor must him, by the same bndy of men, by accepting lim. But he was not quite satisfied; he was ty schemes refutes in carry .out ?

: be, and the same are ROBT.hereby C., 1"1..1.WINTHROP| d it. have heard of this ingratitude, and take ihe a nomination with, Gen. Butler, a Loco,Foco, rather in humor, I thought, to take advantages. FEI'ERAL BOLTERS.The W

f Speaker of the Home of Re;>re <>ntaties.G. \Ve regard Gen. Talor as opposed lo the he has to pay Fillmore off.-Detroit whose election be thereby assists in promo so be brings up vagrant law, read it, ( &
bas the l
Trumbull Democrat following
, extension slavery although southern man. cour"l short his whole conduct is
M. DALLAS. a ting. In course and commented on it ; said i it was a bad
Vice President of the n-i.d-Slates:'aid Free Press. insulting the and especially very in relation: to the federal liohers in that ciiuan.t R.
nartv. to clauses
to Whit law__ :. nointed. out the _in_rernnl_ __ to sell.ng
President JAMES of the K.Senate.POLK. I From tht Philadelphia th Am I Senator and by a federal Legislature was elected *
Candida'e Cass.--\\l after the nomina. and had
the Philadelphia iflhey any.Whig spirit ; and such as their
Approved August 11,1513. The Protidenco Journal leading Whig
I IO. lion of Lewis Cass by the Baltimore Conten- ot Rhode holds Iangu.ige lelt in them, they would resent. earnings prsns. not provide mi."pnd((11tir famiies. President .lUhgti; of the TrumUill district.

S5,-AN ACT to authorit.ethe State cf Alabim lion the resolution introduced by Mr. Fore paper in Iland.the sympathies.fllplici, the If it is ascertained that the purpose of that Several of his hearers said it was a John F. Beater was a member >f ihe
a to apply certain land heretofore granted f of the resolution last Senateand acted its leaderofthe ** 10
most ,
from
Georgia natur'l Convention was perverted its original rate law and some of them
that Slate for internal improvement for the use II Whig and Democratic parties in reference to frt Whigs too;
in the refract
under the cireumsfance in the world denouncing perjured Tyrants In whipping
of and

of .hnot, in the valuelisixteenth sections in the I Abolition movement. He says: legitimate objects ascertaining giving I' he ranted ahead-said that even a negro
" cud State. the 'ilmot Proviso a an iindemo.cratic '.The Whig party is the hen! fre..'uil party. expression to public sentiment : by srnothcring ,- has the right to spend hit money as he pleases! lory* When such men as Beaver leaves :he

t Se it enacted ly the Senate and Haute tif Rcpretttttitri measure wu mt by a storm' of disapprobation Iflhe Abolitionists! had not defeated the Whigin i it on the one hand, and manufacturing it under our law. Thinks I to this is whig party it must truly be as a slenrh in thrf
of tht United Statet of .Imerica In : ,compelling is! immediate' withdrawill. the other in other word if it has been mJf"If. nostrils ol honest menOhio Statesman. _.
the 1844, ihe extension' 0: slavery: which has tale urn or not so,a negro can't buy and pleasesin '
: grttKutfmtifd, That the land granted to some of these good renegades the doughfaces I of which there is doubt that Witt THE Frbs co HIM?-Since the nom \
Stale vf Alabama for s.f! internal improve- ready taken plare, and hits greater extensions ascertained, ( no ) Florida, and he knew it, too, for he de.
'J me.t. by the eighth section pslrpo.es ol the act entitled I .An of the frfe'l I. and free North,rnn \ hick i il m""lctI. would) have l been pn"lti the nomination was made through the instrumentality ended a man at last spring court, in this very ination of Van Buren at BtmVo the above hat f

act 10 appropriate the proceeds ol the sale u f the doubt congratulated themvelves that they hud i Tbiotigbout ils whole bistortrAe of politicians without the slightest house, for trading with a ne rl. So after he been the question wilb most etery one. It i i.

.IIC landj. and lo grant pre-emption nehts.and"(ap secured a great triumph for the lice Sates: ftrpreventing I party has been the party of freedom. It Whig hasmaintained reference to the public will, and that tIlt interests had found there was no Use in ranting any now generally conceded that they will ; most

pro't September fourth eighteen hundred or.at the repudiation by (he connulionoflbe I the it has of tbe ;party are likely to be sacrificedby further, he said he would leave the subject for of the J leaders, and many of the rank and filey! C
: be, the same are hereby placed ., ; appos.
i lye.may tt f disjxxjl ol a of said Stale at such I Wilmot Proviso. Bondmen tha the,, de riJh a r"tii result ex. it ; then I hold that the error ought lo he his friend CAB ELL, but before doing so. he have already given in their adhesion. Judge .f

j I price u said l i.ltu Ifgi.tt'lrt e may t,to be ap"llN t' are they forge that IN TiE OMIXATION o.j led of slavery which is now niemplated th coirected promptly! by tilt people t themselves, read a few lines of very poor poetryvhich Newton John F. Beaver, State Senator- t1

:, the u of such 'own.iip. r.l sid in LEWIS CASS, SIte convention had repudiatedthe not only over New Mexico and C California, and I trust in no. the meeting you notifyme was in substance, that old ZAC and FILLMORE George Parsons. Ileman R. Harmon Joe! F. _'

:, t'which''ely valuele the citIoth and or the Ihol Ueislalure sections are tom paa.sjiJ Wilmot Prociso-had u'lerly rejected and but over the country which is to I he the next of may put "mi in motion. that it may would! he elected which said po'lry'a" : Asper, Slate Attorney James Henton. (oM!

lands in an! legal* t su.divi'ionf. not may less t.eatt than forty annulled and trampled it undo rfoot and giren subject of re.annrutio.the yet unfnimed re. roll, and all.e a rolls, until the Whig cheered, and Mr. SPENCER look his seal nfier Jim as he il generally called) Edward Bear ,

e within the limits said State. to th republic, in him. a candidate fur th Sierra Madie. The Whig is party shall have its eyes opened to its true speaking n.ar..n hour an I a half. The er, county Commissioner Hiram Austin,c.un-

S Appro\t August 11, 164*. Chief Magistracy who has solemnly' proclaimed a public party, which the Free Soil party party condition, and uniting a one man, on the on. Major's was a poor effort. If DCPONT and ty Auditor, Zalmon Fitch Eq., and lots and! :-

KQ.S7.-AN he time of holding at his, a principle which allows,to the South cannot be ; and numbers even in the slave ly one who lives embalmed in the beans of! MILTON had been present should! have said score of leading fed are out al fierce at .4'
ACTiochange
lb circuit and dittrict court in the State ol Ken.1wky. the iption of making every new State hereof'the States better friends 1 freedom than Barnburners bis countrymen, we may command a triumph, that be was sleared, but they were were not 'a blood-bonnds"! for "Van Van. Matt> tan," 2

to tome into the Union a slate State, without ofXew York, because they th are hon. (that our real strength in.entitles us to achieve. and I am at a loss to account for the cause of the nice little man. ai"niahitt ft if* fact fl

t I, *.,it etirtfj Z9,ifo gen lie nnd Haute of Rrpre allowing any, opposite equal pririlege to the est friend, who are actuated by convictionand shall be in New York very shortly. his failure, unless he was a raid the lermitty may apr 'ar. these men find prnbaf/y the ma. +'II

*ices*itUftioftkf, United Stol tifAmetica in Con-. North-the \\tlmut Proriso ira by attachment: to tile great principle of Yours truly" in great haste. were about. This termitly seems to b. a joriiy of the federal pirfy. will Support lh0 t
tumbled. That he terms of the di. tliore .
hut spring STAHBEU TO DEATH WIIE.I Ma. and JOHN M. BO ITS. sort of dread to the U'higs. Some fool downin man whom they have lately denounced asteO L
not
, and circuit courts ol the States in and their 1 political organization by a mo. I -
fur Unitr Benton said CLISBY thai be fold worse than erer was Lewis Ctt Is not
tb dutrict of Kentucky here-afe romr NOMINATED.: mentary of malice and revenge. Tbe county was
spasm Northern Whigs Taylor.
o lite third. Mo-iJaj'in May, annually, and Yes,the Baltimore Contention has nomina. Free Soil men are playing; over again precisely Why support dead ; but this is not so, as you miy be assured this a curious commentary upon the honesty
1 ". Fell triroi cf the same co irti shall hereafter ted for the Presidency an OPEN KNKJJY TO the which the abolitionists play. The why was "Iplain. by a Taylor Whig fhal, il is a mistake, and in spite of the ef. federal charges against democrats.
lie solid
; mence> on the third inOrloberannuallj, sam. speaker at the Taylor meeting.
hd Monday WILMOT PBOVISO-A RE EGADE OF The election Gen. Cass would forts of the whigs to render the Itrmll11un..
: TiE
of
r may for.tii'ie in session at each terra the numof TiE ed in 1844. every northern Whig should vote the ticket I Yet! T.'" Them of II.**
judicial da!. now allowed by law ; and all cLOI" FREE STATES-A NORTHERN MAN WITH be th greatest achievement UlrL slavery could for the placing Mr. Fillmore in the popular by saying nil kind of hard thing The New York Poet a violent Van Buretf

sad iu'l,appcals' ,recognisances, pructl-,\Ilf.. SOITHERN rEiceii.En-althuatigh to do no i achiul. aud every Whig that is given chair of puposn the Senate, I" that lie could give the about il-* uch as secret lril.uh.il. & '.. &c., [ thus speaks ol General Can and fret
proceeding whatever pending may was ttescessary lo inflict the grossest outrage to Van Buren is given in aid of Cae The between the North and the South. Kermitfiyet lives, And lives beyond their paper
epniding in thereto, ruling tnte
Saul courts or rturnable all demociatic rights and principles-lo Buren i is not reach He Jives in die 'breast of true soiliTtll
shall election of Van expected by every
upon anybody
have
day elate and fifteen free Slates
therein, and be heard,tried, proceed- There arc fifteen Thrmof It.-AVhen (he C. politi.
; rj with and & in like manner il the turn18 say nothing of the unborn pritileges of fiee. ; (he choice is between tbe two cantli- all Ihe in. republican every lover of the freedom of the '
( a said be, und on questions affecting cians pretend that their candidate is in far l ** jof j-
olding ] altertdAppr'n dom which were crushed without a eight.From the and will keep their two green
MM o"rl bad not been heieby dates which represent two great parlies. ferests of either. Milliard Fllmort! will give press eye free soil ju-t tell them that Call voted
August II, ISIS.Ito. choose 8t all slanderers and tale I bearer :
those l Iwo man must spying
,
Between
every ; for the "
the casting tote furthtr.aid against the \\ ilrnot proviso in the Senate.
,. tp their and shame be it said hold
Lotion elector divest himself of his Itnd.tn sorrow
,: M -AN ACT to change the time of ho'ding 11 Ata and no can re".o. Taylor dare not teto any ( measure. YES TELL THEM ot IT! By its fruits shall

b I",, of the cieuitcourt i of the United Slates Let. them if they really mean to do rigid sibility by throwing away his vote for the reason he stood pledged not to do so, them in check.thai I bare J leisure: the tree be known. When the Southern
I not to give
elec
Ibedi.trictofM/.r.e. he knows be am
who sorry
*'ii exacted by the Senate and Haute of RrpreZ1 and to act for the hf.I. with clear con. candidate. canno and because he would bo arraying himself] an outline! of the speech of Mr. CABKLL. Whig papers or speakers. falo.e! to the liMit

c *.//Ae United Slates ofAmtrira, in Con- sciences consider whether they really have ted. against} the man elected on the same tic-c. you which I hate before me. He did not vind?. and the South pretend that Cans is a proviso'

? 0""*Ve _the Uff Stales for the dwtriel of Maine ..hallIkirtj ,General Taylor ; find above all, let them From St. .Uarn and M tjnThe How will ibis sage speaker get along with eats bit rote for abolition my eyes regard He :VOTCD against tbe protiM>-nay just tell
an Speaker.
from St. Marlins to
,*b follows' 01ir'' : lh twnity- pr the fearful ibe brig Sarah Capt. letter nominationmade'ty
view a
responsibility
I o into } Iitgins. Gen. Tnjlor's accepting them that upon ALL questions, in tthieti South
*. seemed too much devoted with old lie to
h'! .
sept -Ilri. and u the twenty-third day will lake upon themselves if by their oppo i ilion 14tb nil., arrived at prt "ft rdy. Cupl.Iigfin the hotheads of Charleston, South I f fay ern interests have been involved l-e bat voted
.f the time by much about thing else
law eltr. "acha. now that quiet '\1ien he any Suppose rethought
; and all aynns i'I.lea. suits, appealn.. rent they bring trpoti the country .llb.awful reprt.. m ul Dutch oflhe Is. Carolina ? The ticket there nominated is he would aid the Major all in liipower. with us ; againtl US'KZTKH And tell them
iatta,1. .. and ther pr icf J.ae'e. ronequfnC.ln'oJ"fd in 11f flerllon Lewis part Taylor and Butler. Whige/y i is a curious further that Fillruorihas JJjroTM agtrmtitus
sus P'nt before reported had been con. Hut just wail (ill! oM Mico gets hold
thett!. pe.ding in said cmirl or returnable Cas*. Let them ponder these ll.ing well.Let .- land, who a Free Press. of him he will make him wish thai old Mico 4LWAts ; with UtlltlvJnlll i 1 11 1 and that Ta y'
shall work. Thedecision umpnd.-Detro
hUt da*. be keaid tri'-l, pr< will learn if ditionally emancipated, were at ,
ett414 with an them learn-as they ,lhey prevails in West Jersey lor endorttt Fillmore!-S Jrernah Georgfau
and, decided : Pr. of the Home Government, to their Iture and the lermitty were all at the devil.
i.d.t
.Tat "htn ,. accorJiugly dajs hall will not h* deaf and blind to the I roth-that fn tome the corn and round and sweet Yours truly. I. C. U.
happen parts ,
received.
fit .been ;
h'ii' Ih.".iot of said court shall eotn- Gen. Taylor is a whig in princeple Is in favorofpeac'e Anal freedom, bad not but little Sal potatoes hare suffered rery rrruch, reducing General Tailor litH mere rearpes( ttftixfChatleslon

o the nut da. ,"oppoted lo all "a belieces Slavery \A very plenty on the Island, the a fourth or a WoodtmryConstiiotroB Making Crooked Things nomination thaj fAHi
APP1edAuu.t crop Ialf. 'Ib : rgl.t-Tber"
Martini
H. at
1 4. 1S49. and det having .fallen. stopped slaughter bousa d nomhufion He took the
tig fields
be curse to the country, >rtM extrrrn Cp. the wonder A
to a says many end lo fcocv.ft-datfrf color. '
sell his p.ture i< no
,.PleJges. w. Principle.-(Jen. Taylor saf' and it opposed to the further ex. que on his unable do in lo cargo of are burned up, which will large ed doctor in New Yoik advertises In make feller oat of the office promfily-.-perfcap' 'pay.-

.U .make M0 I'1"V* <>rr weI.Ceaerii '! Itn. n. lerri'ory. When they shall which be was oflhe lo Island.consequence number to commence foddering their Cattle' curly hair Straight. He says: It Is Inffn. ed the 1""f'It'n..

t 'itit as JOB pleasure about that : bu I.ar these things, 'W'f believe, that no .man \the unsettled dale control of Te, but negroes had early. Buckwheat is also suffering, and the ded for colored people, or such other people' The democracy of New York .".j e ma4(.'

dslhru.tt.tb 1Votr P* >.,". You Mid jmi weal who truly lorei the whilrar1, and who be. bad ibe complete new PI. They worked ret il affecting the potato crop. M may be afflicted with knotty woolly or ted Chancellor, Walworth to GoTereor- ;" -
eommViffcl\ ,no .Jo
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.jitl! Ti the Editor* of the Florid ion : meot, with every interest *>hich hp can bring tobear ether authority up_n this point Mr. J. Q* Vermont Election. enemy NORTHERN by New York 7

: ; : finjrn.KMK* :-A pin man and a farmer I South, co-orraiii can Ln-j;; to n bear"ith', he every still rslabluhrd intcrrat which the rwt-the ADAMS, who after! I the tote on the appeal was Our Whig neighbor Is making a great ado .WAN-*. PESt!! sFitsccrTHB TEall, A bunt M That

.. .,;',.: who has never dsbUed in politics may le ; p'fmi>r /me.'t try nf&t,.' be fore we are out of* taken said : about the election In Vermont, and holding! it Whl i is it, then in'tbe teeth of tbtse stubborn Butler to marry Filltnore Sootbem w. havt Taylor men wovlj ,"

r I' ' excused f.r troubling: you at the present crisis ,1 I th.v'tf!'. i if Wt feel: that there n no danger about I Accor.linx lo the idea of the jtenlUm from up a* indubitable) evidence that the abolition- troths, thai the Whijcsof FUnda try 'lo jl.>ss over but for what object the 5er Orleans cooclosivn B.t .

f'!" : ) of political! confusion: and fur intiudn; his iht-- ntv 'erfruries." question New Yor wa;. .(Mr.now f'.5.MoaE applied it)did although net. and Iheprrvioo could not* i ills are going it strong for Taylor and Fill. his character by such flimsy and deceptive quotations following standing in ifcolooins w. ". ,

:' (Jk5" ; tiewa on the people through 3 ojr column I Then, according lo Mr. Webber's opinion, citE off the RengIennnfrom OAi0Mr.( .Cinviycs.) this when it is'' the mentioned ? Wlmore be a gin,. fjCJ-TAt AbohtunAn* / Caw luu .Z1'-1
We wonder at U one may
more don'j discovered at the.'rlA. .
i&Vt there i i. nf tho Sou'h her % 0
; danger enjoying
-H. : : Hating; no aspiration af'er political honor. I i JrcnChisrizht lo tt heard;that t Ihe previmi Jiuf'"ti"ncvilJ
t; ...:.: : and certainly no idea of ever prs(e!!ing ('ml)!. ;I rights under the administration of (rn. Cass, I nofupply toViat gentleman, a though it applied well known that TAYLOR is supported at the man of lalcit-we believe he i*-Tent ,Concin I i. vole I.*for h'erp Wm.it before 0, BUild the for People Vie* That no ftu. tIca
also ol talents GitUin *. PietideM
a man -so are Patjrey
:A nmeiiln harin of the of if I lie i is elected ; and to this he : lo all lth". North the ground that be is opposed wHWw
'< : or : !poi ? parlj con-1 II prE elt woul expressly on voting( for Lewis Canthe) Northern .f
but would it be safe lo
1 and Halt men of talent lilittrtil.f4J
" I .: quest, I have coolly! anddi*p3 torHtelvf'ur. I j !have the people! of the North to give sup. What now becomes of the exulUnt! to the further citension slavery! ; andas ; the higher .flice cf President. *'
J I in their hand Ihe vole of the Snate ?
lion of ',!Ir. eulogist that be place casting _
i---1 ( Ior. The South was
med the dicu3i'ni that have fallen 1:1: :;n : .n. 13 hal never Fimort'
I(I after their
FILL.MOBK be is own
, to a man True, each one of these abolitionist aj well as The Truth
denied ConfeMed
''I.:. c',. W4f. ,*!' l;;, frcrn? the pre SH'%s nf f I Inilh I 1,01"' contended Cur snore than General Cal stands the cpecil man to Mr.Giddingsthe
: 'I of heard of hU I earl. Being in favor ofthe Wilmot Proviso, Fillmore, have disavowed any desire to interfere A writer in the
" ;: ." the great p.trtie!. cunten.ll' in the presentranvaw plod .] : -I 1m I q-tos.: (and I have no doubt out,) nor can the South course 7" And jet Mr. Fillmore Is applauded and of the aboli.ion slavery in the Districtof with ularery in the Statei, but is this evidence to ginia make a precious confestioa in reftnf

. ;" .!, '. lions di pas i ) by which I mp.U as .. ever consent to lake less. Then, I hue! that, 1 lor not voting .to centre a Ian; whose de Col-irnbia, as well as the passage of laws us that they are friends ? Of cruise not-and why ? to Milliard Fillmore, t bich ought (to
1ilmltl. fence he had been hear I" The ttecause lit the lime make thee avowal,. ring jrf i
.. uf"I8iO) and sind.'r the of flairs, the election unwilling to sam they
it is Whig 44 present aspect
U 9 !! internal slave trade of
i rl i1t I prnhibi'.ing\ the course the ear of Southern
'I ,io it) none of us are entirely free from of Gen. Tailoror.M be the worst raiainitr fact: is palpable] that Fillmore's purpose was they vote to receive and refer petitions from aboli- every man, from the Pw
(
so. fo I
i ; !;:: bias, and if convinced of error are !; that could befall the country. We t not lo silence Giddings : but a y one who (the Vermont abolitionists would be satisfied tinnia'.. asking Congress IA intrrlrre with slavery [ tomac lo the Rio Grande. Tbe man confen $'

4' t: .: acknowled it, even lo ourselves ; yet I cm.,1 should I tfank! M Ir. Webster f>r rpening; .ur I might be deposed to reply! lo (he tirade ofubu with lliral We want no evidence of this- not only in the St3te3.but in the District of Columbia that Fillmore t* a Wilmot Proraoittl nit

". : reive this to I lie no lima for apathy ; no our e">es in time, and with mv. best respects; I I c which he wa expected to (Iehiver-Io U it j is a necessary deduction which must foJ.low. ]. and in Ihe Teiritories. They vole lo prohibitthe acknowledgment of the truth has been forced

I '. ::: .' .: lo permit others to think for u* ; no time tu am No r.OXGIK: 4 TAYLOR MAN. them the gag .should be applied. So that ilIluiler ." Tho democratic candidate, being a selling of slaves-they insult Ihe South by theiroutracoue after it was found utterly impossible
I IfJi. ----- Hunter and Southerners who and Jo such other wnutd longer
.: s'l.Tcr hood-winked but rather "forty" course, acts as
"lr"I'1\11 ; a could but
CASS an! BUTLER man, get 12,190 gull the people! as to the true
-, ', lime that *haud! exciin! us to lo re- for the f't'criJian. voted lo sustain Fil.'more's'! appeal, did Sl un purchase lor themselves a coat of tar and feathers character ofik'

I : .-, lea rch. .ad: lo dicu siun : tor on cn'tirv.t tin resuit nf THE CREOLE CASE. der ihe i.niiression that they were siuiftirtg! votes. This shows, it ill true, the weakness vA-*>4k I IAV ft*-. frmm- *rns\t\tr- na. -From these- oftlP- -'Iwe ''Whiff candidate (for Vice President---. -r A 1fh *

: the present cativnt for President and Vice Truth crushed to will again." (Gitlingi'1luth; I". appeal itself vas taken of our cause ; but it also shows thai there are know they are our enetnitej -tnt-t u* the difference it, people! Florida, and weigh well tbo rtt 49,
rise
1IJ
.: J.1.t. President lianas the destiny of the South, and : : W. C. URVANT. net purpose. at least 12,190 voters in Abolition Vermont, between any one of these men and MtlvrJFtllmore. ions the recreant writer gives for .

'. .'j .;':. mint; tell out on generations yet unborn for .I On the resolutions condemning! the otitrageousconduct who ar! not willing fo ride over the South, We challenge I tI.e Senlifietio a comparison : supportM.him
:1 good or ill. How fearful' responsibility, I IJI The last with a triumphant blast!; of Giduing; *, 'tl I r. Fdlmoro voted of their course upon I"chjbj 'I" as were in
.1.,. n Smilf II' roughshod. These votes will be cast G r CASS We doubt not that Mr. Fillatore
I ..: then, rests on u!, and lo what f fatal conse- ';'of trumpets, a correspondent, who xo, as wo are fold! with TWO Southern lIen, agitation at the time Fillmore was ia Congress. The it a IF-
Prorifo
: : quinces! mijht a mis'ake' lead.Vlicn the j I I makes what is deemed a full and co.nplfte ( Wljigs from Kentucky.) in opp'I .''ion fo a November, and we woud! rather have Sentinel dare not enter the l lUt!. He knows hi, mot man but, considering him 1OCInd-

t.f: :, Whi party of 1540 came out of a successful I( vindication; "of Mr. FtLLMotiE'a course onIuursos' l-irge number of rnemltrs from ihe North, Ihem than thin 20,8:22: given for the abolition. candidate ii rotten on the subject of slavery," as er than Gen. Cas!, and compelled to lake aid.

j .. '::... campaign ) .iinsl-the rnal.administration: ; : of f (; famous. [i infamou*] Resolutions.! principally democrats, and in opposMon' to (he hi EATOX-the whig candidate. But ihe resu'l : we hate shown from Congressional rf't'ordt. and yet era Pioviso hesitate.Presidenljor; Vice Pn.ideal, w,
cannot Did Mr.
I I: .. Mr.I Van lluren, we considered it a glorious The editor asks, with indignant horror : Can whole! Southern ,'ntto. with the exception of is no triumph for thin whigs, afier all.- hat paper has the brazen effrontery to endeavor lo the views he Fillmore entertain

' :;; tiiumph (f principles! for our principles stood such disingenuou'ursi is this article exposes frro. And yet we arc to ur.de"t.-indthat Fill. 'patch up{ his character, and gull the voters rf Flori. sam expresicd in hisof J/i7Zilfeer
ofGo"t'rnor-h"
election
There is : whigs 838 would
: '. in bold relief and who be more vent vi'h the South on this question.!" no ve ytt prefer him prttidurortr
< out ) none voted the ever forgiven J" Perhaps the question can U by garbling an abolition speech made by ?"//-
r. #' -ut \\'hi. li..l>.. ..M .IA:_ .- t -:...i..- I.- .. ....1 ....__ .L. __._... ..e.I&13 ,.Sln. I' A...J M. 11." further charges that those being in a minority of 5,303: There is no and palming the extract ofTas evidence that the Senate and Gen. Taylor in the WLii
: \\'hen in 1814 the Whig party met with defeat I euuoJsICI': is made apparent. who have maintained the contrary either knew election for Congress in two of their strong more Southern House, to a Southern man enlnuted ttil.LV
he is of Vain effort.
' : : .. unJTthe lead of Mr. Clay, it did not I need not recite the particulars of the this, and so have: committed a fraud upon Pitrids i no enemy rights casting role in the Senate, and a Nortkert
and election of Slate officers !
no The be led
'I'. bring with it disgrace : because it was a con. bloody! onliage perpetrated on board the iil- ihe people! nnd a slander of Fillmore !" Or people cannot astray by so palpable an wolf in cheep's cJothin 'at the balm! of State.

.: tost lot the tame principles, and success must [ted brig. sum( t it to say that tidings of ithaving if Ihey did not not know it, which in his con. And this in a Stale the second in the Unionin attempt to deceive. Never was a charge more We mutt take one or the other Cfcoone

1 ,.7 hUe been inetilaMe but forth* inl'IVfntiol reached Washington, GIDUI.\U? arose (lescending compassion he will rather sup- 1840, and a triumphant one in 1844 strongly fastened on any man than the charge of be. which. OSCEOLA."II

.t.1r:: ': ofth i'exasqtzestion, which! s sstyediIte South in his place in the IIousu of Representatives, pose, then their ignorance i i'C such, that lie can This is n poor showing} for Federal Vermont ; ng AX ABOLITIONIST .UiJlard Fillmore. It cannot .

. :: ''. and West, aid brought defeat ,:candidate : \\ilh a hiring ofresolutiuus. which, setting out rather pity; than: despise it." Now I con- but despairing Filimoriftin in Florida boast be shaken ofT, and the \vhij; leaders KNOW IT! The Sentinel complains that no democrajfo

'j i1 ,. :" :". n.J' a cume which no other auesn'on. at Ih.11 uiiii the priicinle. so m>J h lauded in FILL-f less (hut I read t this h ungenerous immjlation I il can Let (tie -edple then beware of them and their caodidatc print in this State has published the denial of
However if
lima could' have produced.. I MORE, that t Congress has no control over I not without some feeling. Vr.! II." inoirs over TAYLOR cannot run in I II Senator HAI nwiv.. ofConneetit'ur_ lila'..I... L.J

: ', : When at the oj eiiini; of the present canvass slavery in til. States: ended with the ,i.ti1ca./ '! that Fillmore'j votes in this case have beenaniiiKidiertrd I Vermont, where can h* run ? Answer that f ntb'II nnd so on. received a letter from Gen.- ------y TATIOK..w. ":&II

,"1.7-. (;tn. Taylor's trimc was rung throughout ibo i j lion and approval: of the mutiny ant! mui- I' : upon by men not I less honest II III' Elections I The Sentinel talk.' to u, in its last issue about be would not veto the Wilmot staEig
-
, .t J length and breadth of this Union it WI4 stip. I| der" in t leinn," lo use the appropriate word than himself: ifindi-ed his transccmlant! wisdom Democracy Triumphant.fflinvii. FILLMORE'S abolition letter of Proviso if elect

'!! '. posed by the Whigs (at leasl I can ;j'c.ik for I of Mr. UOTTS, shocking to all sense of Jaw, I and universal! knowledge place him, In an .-OJEcial returns nf Ihe recent Congressional garbling well from a; wliicl. contains 1S3S in its Thissounds last ed. If the editor had looked sharp at our/a

ir.- : :" .. ont) that the principles! of the Whig party I' eider, and humanity.: As stated by Mr. elevation from which; lie may: look down with II III 1st dist.election No in llIInoii.giurelliefotlowin; results: no \lea than tiro instances paper of miserable garblingone paper, he would have seen that denial pqbliii.]
opposition to Dem.
i;. were again to he the object of contest, and I 1.1) core pnJcnl ofthe. Sentim-1, :Ir. I 'pity" upon/ their ignorance, the modesty 2d Marshall (W.tJN) Bmsell M'CIrrtuitd (D) W02.Id in reference lo Gen. CASS and the other in reference ed or rather an extract from it. To make
. : :: the peculiar institutions and rights of the South : II. which told! .
;' T.( EnRrT'rof"ermlHt. llmsdf we are accompanies such singular! : HansonV( ) 315 Yoane ((1:1): ) "NO ta its own abolition candidate for the Vjre1'iesidcncy the matter sure, however we publish it .
. !;. :.' to be strictly guarded a they were well defined I a bitter foe of: slavery) moved to I lay ros.o'litiotison If merit, might hits e ;preientcd him from calling -Ith" Sc mmon (\V) *Jt'ehlwollh, (D) 11857 In regard to FILLMORE. it quotes his Here it is tgii*
?:;. by politicians of both parties. know it the table.: L',st 123 lo 53. Mr. | attention to it. And after all, it may he that 3thnth No of
I .- ; was argued by ihe !leading Whigs of Florida : .H." states truly that FILLMOUK was some wnild command! even him to Baker (W) 10.7J3 Well. (D) P3XJ not wishing to interfere with slaveryin But while thus pronounce this statement ta U
ono j a
I more 7th Login (W) 'W3 Harris (0)) 7JOI the Stales-a declaration which has been made an entire fabrication I wish it not tube
that that it of aodentood
upon ground was r for us i 'he li3! but he I :
J'CtS5 \,11 "ultd does carthlpcdocumenls."R.H.TIlE .
1; that enteitain a doubt that
r. ) I by GiddinSiadt., the BufMoe( Convention and u.Taylor wooldaiga
,:: "f. to give up Mr. Cljy, ,who had. proved be no : sate! truly that this is the vote! on which reli. j! J3,2fl 42.44S all the prominent abolitionists In the free States any bill which may be passed by Congress ippltinr
-'. ; : : longer safe for the South and substitute! the ance is placed to establish his : ::,2'I to the territories ol the United SI.tf'llhe proviso
1-" .: .::" name of(.en. Taylor I to J lead us again; to vic I (;WOI OS' reioluMoti.! %, and his rank approval abolifionhn. of- I l( LOR I D I it N The Sentinel has the impudence to offer that d Democratic in five di trict ration Southern Were Gen
';: tory. With reluctance the change was m -.de ; ." To tabi&h! his majority 92t7 men as evidence of FILLMORC'Ssou Taylor to interpose the re(. power to
,,:.' ,- and now that vre have nearly i: some reliance is "lholthnir/I -- -- ---- -------- -- At (the last Fre.idenlul election the Democratic i dncss on questions of slavery He takes it out toatrol the deliberate action of Caoeresa upon that
gone through placed / other
upon : or question ci l domestic
"LET U ALONE. majoril in the other two restricts and 5th !''or the middle of in which iU any policy in relalica
,) a speech arthor
; t. Ihe canvass, a and perplexing I el f his to ___ ((1st j teas to which the constitutional
very grave question an Anli-SJavery Society, -' -h ____- --_- _-_ i pewer bu been aelJr( t
has arisen, at least in my mind, and: i it is ho not onlv! asserts his opposition: to the annexition I Saturday September 30 1848 q was 4-104. ThJ4 added to the above would make aittocatingtheieteption and reference of a petition by the various departments the gorerBoxot, ar.4

,P:;". : this : "oul not the election! of Gen. Taylor I of Texas, under -- -' hU __ tbe total Democratic majority in the State 13fj 1. ![ pruning the abolitionof ttarery in the District cf acquiesced in by the rt'oplt'.llAtnJJrrfGrd Ito,inconsistent .
any -----
'. lift i he1 ,verv worst calamitv that could li-fal! 'so !long slaret held crcumfance but I DEMOCRATIC: : NOMINATIONS. --- \ Columbia!.'! This i is what makes the abolitionist ntitittfil. with'n ;.t.efrank atmcalffku,. _sentiment_ ..*_
K arc affirms .11iutlllrTht' Ilowinsr i is a summarY cf the s _ftt_ _*_* t* /T .A.;..e.!./;..-.. A .
Ilrcn. -- --- --- n --
:. the South at this lime ? Upon Ihi-I-q. t ti I l.at he is in Jar'r of the AHOLITIOXOF I votes fur rarmbcr* of Congress at the n-ccnf electionin 'I' HCKRY CLT being judge. (See his speech ic.1S39Cnlton's ordinance of 1787 wa! confiimed--r. and re-enacted A&,''i is.
; J 'ill sL.nr.I FOR PRC'IDC.NT f>K THE f.MTED I Life ) Tim it what we call effect the tint
: n proceed to give my own views. In the RY ix THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Ind STATEs : Missouri ; Shannon in the itt distnct.and gartiling. by Congress convened under the Co.-
i : first place, then we find ourselves I suppression of the slave GEN. LEWIS CASS county The Sentinel is guilty of it. and still it has ,stitutK-n in l59,arid 4gaia as applied to the territory
trade ,
: supporting betf7 1se1SIaFcs Gentry Harrison and Putnam, in the 4th, not re-I the hardihood north cf 06 dq g, 5'') JIlin., ia the act for the admia
: candidate who has : to charge TM with a like oCence !
a !
most !
himself Ol this
: letter or )MICHICIA
emphaticallypronounced : one eo deeply read turned. mon of Missouri in Is20, with the deliberate
1 .. his own uufitnees for lint elation. in documents Nor is this all. In the same paper, it picks out of ap-
Mr. lreidnt Monroe
f i : as II. doubtless knows Ditt. JJ7c g. Dem. .'.taj.t. proral and his cabinet; sad
.1 >; We find him, instead: of the elponent of Whig I something. But tn return: to the tote tu FOR VICE PltESIDE.'VT: t. Co k.j,7 4 J. B. -.\"liil.; 10W> 3,403 from the midst of a paragraph, a sentence from Gen. saia in the act lor organizing a territorial goviramnt .

.1 I:' principles which he teems to profess rather lay on the table." As we are told by Mr. GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, 2. Porter 0,9';8 W. V* N. Bay, S.'J!. 1.45 I Cass' famous Right of Search Pamphlet, and parades for Oregon with the approval of Prtsidnt
. "; 3. Wilson 7,417 J. S. Green 'J.754 :..337I. that evidence of CASS' the South Polk I have entertained iio doubt that Gen. Tajlcr
engaged in hushing those into silence .11. Mr. FitLMORE or KCNTfCKT. as opposition to
that .
in ,
would
.. principles gave vote cot regard the question of constitutional
Samuel 4.351 W. P. Hall! 10.11 :..,,;; pcwsras
And this i is Sentinel
: and not Ihe first time the has been
relying lor success fame with HCNTUE too settled
on military firmly lo
pan.\ RHETT, HOLMES, and W. FOR OOVCRISOR or FLORIDA : 5. Win.ton.SS4l J. S. Phelps, Il,0o2 5,214 justify any attempt bv Ikt
alone and on a n.me which could never hate BfTLER : hut we are not told! by Mr. guilty of the same piece of littleness. We hate requested FJxecutire lo control the action rf (ongre.aDd Ibis
'I been redeemed to fame but for the Mexicanwa. II." ho civo: the a same 'oe in GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. Total 31..T21 4 '.5J3 1S.275 that paper to (publish the tchott paragraph, opinion I hare Ireel expressed"to all wh* havaCM.

?-" For the sake .availability: alone with the company] FOR CO NCR EM : The next house will contain 27 to 73 Dem. hut ;it ,nrefvr In _miililifi._ ,_._ it... and Ihui. deceive its, versed with me un the lubied.-
f we leading-(perhaps all)-the aboli.tioniots Whig. -- n ---- -- n --- --- ---- -
.. :. find ourselves surrendering for 1 time, at least, of the 7Iou e-J. Q. ADAMS, GATES. WILLIAM P. DUVAL. ocrat The Senate i is also strongly Democratic. r readers a* to the real opinions expressed and held by Now will! this satisfy the Sentinel Hera

1 .,, our claim to the! protection of our peculiar in- ;I i GIUDIXGS and LtnC. The case here pro. TOR PRfIDEliTrAL LICTon: : The Democratic majority for Governor i is about Gen. CASS. This i is whig fairness. It shows what is the denial, but it is accompanied with rather

titutioJs and I f fear giving up forever all light j r sented pcihaps appears inexplicable! to Mr. GEORGE; R. FAIRBANKS. St. Johns. 15000. I reliance we can place on their statements.As more than our neighbor bargained for At

.. 81J: claim to any portion ,,(the lately acquired i iterritory. ill. If lie will permit one so ignorant," I CHARLKS II. DFJPONT Of Gadsden. rntont.\1) it regards its ridiculous charge against us, we the same lime tLc honorable! Senator Jen let
: In Of ) choice of Governor by the people. have to that the entire letter cf 1S3S has been
the second place: our allies at will try '0 enlighten him. is familiaraphorism say
a
r. I JOHN .MILTON, Of Jackson County. Senate. 20 Whigs S Democrats, 1 Barnburner in having seen anj such letter, he expressed Ifs
( ,
'. '. the North, Whigs;; though they be, with feel- that crtremci frequency meet.- published in the Floridian and we do not conceive
r : .-1' ( ings antagonistic! to ours, on subjects! of vitalimportance Il'XTEK. RtiETr: HOLMES and W. O. BTT- Ge ;'lor'-I; ;:; : :- -JIt-her 1 Lamoille co,) and 1 member (K.s
"'. ., : to us, seem t<> gather hope, strength LEE, the Jouth, voted against laying on Oz- Read in ained Home, 109 Whigs, 67 Van Burcn men, 34 serting extract from it, especially as that extract veto the Proviso! What says the Sentinel

;' :. : '. aDd.cO:1fort from the belief in the weakness the table, became. they vere determined t hit column, written in 184G, and ask yourselvesthe I Cass men, and 19 vacancies..1ransos.Returns notoriously represents the gentleman's real opinions. this? Will it publish the denial, and not th j I

:.' ":, end inanageabloness of our Southern candi- the indignity offered to ihcmtelrcs and their q'JestiQn-can it bo possible that the intelligent I It from forty-five counties (five as evidenced by hi, subsequent voles in Congress affirmation 1 Do tell your readers what Sea.
':::,..::; \ date. Look to the speech of the Hon. Dan. conslilucn's, should nut be be heard What FILLMORE said about pledges amount. in his
, ." *< ;. so slightly disposed t Whigs of this country seriously think I 10 from) give Johnson (Dem.) a majority ator BALDWIN,say, neighbor ; or at least tall II
I ijl! Webster if IOU would wish to arrive at a nil Butwa'lhi"lhemoti.. ,. case, to just nothing at all, for it i is well known that
orAn. f
It ::'. .: correct standard of feeling at the XurtI-:1J! I and' SLADE ? Clearly--not, I apprehend.They "j (.i I.r..= about voting for the auther of (hat letter for I u 4.G27.Ihe counties over Newton heard\Vhiiri,from 3. for Whigs CnnTrm.In and co 20 Democrats te most faithfully nuird out the wishes the abo- them n_ __ .fliqf_!___ tVtm___ _"tlrri/J9f99t__ ___.. ,rtfifkti.YiA/f__.____ _f7a.. _d..i.t......

ngainst Dernocrnoy, nor against Whiggt-ry voted the Presidency of the United States ? itiormt in respect and particular Had he and the other pari. too!
against laying on tbp table, lest L Lire been elected to the State Senate and 10 every
:: but agtin't the South r misse. That Mr. I doitugotherwise, they should sow disrespect) Yes, such is the fact, astounding as it may I Whigs aid 51 t Democrats to the House of Represen ailed in this, the accusation of the Sentinel again.tus The
P.: \Vcbter is one of the flis t men of tho nation, to the morer, or opposition lo sentiment appear tatives. might have some point and force ; but as it i is, it Sentinel answered !

::, no man can doubt. He commences his speech Was FILLMORE actuated I by the feelings which. is only absurd and ridiculous. His pledge to the The Sentinel has once or twice asked us

:. J I'J JaJin. clown three propositions, the second governed the former, or those which governedthe Democrats fo the Polls I .l/'it'/ie,According to the Jouinal of Commerce, Buffalo abolitionists and his course and votes in the question whether Gen. CASS did or did not

za!..+;, of is in these words : "That a IVcti.flent I Jailer 1 I say with a much confidence a Monday next decides the fate of FloridaI'uitics. i I the Democrats have gained since the last election Congress, identify him with the fanatical enemies present a remonstrance to the Senate again
: .tt"
should he elected \\ho will not use his can be br.night about by circu.nstantial t\ i. : The long cherished principles ofDemor.racy I! about 3 XO votes, the Abolitionists about 20-/, and IIf f Ihe South and all the twisting and squirming ol the admission of Florida into the Union with

t( '> fillciai influence to promote any disposition: to deuce, that 'his actiI was determined by the f{Ilbe Whigs 200. The majority of the Democrats the Sentinel cannot do away ilh the damning fact
: I are then to be sustained a Constitution It it
or igno. to'entiug slavery. only
.-. permit the further extension of sa\ery! in this same principle.! which dctcimined that of .\. over the H'hijs, will be aSout t 0Y). There i is pro. I that Ftllmore it an abolitionist! The Sentinel may

*? r country, or farther the influence of it in our DAMS., GATES and HL\DK. I came to this lily abandoned. We havo the power in (the I j i I I babiy no election by the people but (lie Legislature '! publish! as rmny garbled extracts from his abolition necessary to say, in reply, that Gen. CASS did

ii jt\:_ \ Ilhlc'coun
'I : pgery of the present day ; 'but it don't can (oltro\'cr. that as a g.neral thing any Democrat fail lo do his duly ? Will any 1 I canih.Jati-s. There bas been a gain of one It cannot be shook offer evaded. He is urged upon vas admitted This the Sentinel dii

; suit the South, and Mr. Webster: reiis: on throughout the journal of Congress on disputed cherish at the ballot box a personal enmity, Wblg Cnressunmn. the people the South.by the whig party, with the know or ought to have known. Gen. CAse
i (;-n. Taylor lo carry out this rroposiion."U : .- questions touching Southern feelings, orinvolving loll and clear conviction that he is hostile to our I
Now let us follow Mr. Webster a l.ttlo;! ] further i Southern rights, 11 n and either! split or withhold a full: ticket, and The August elections sum up thus: dearest interests. They know this! The evidenceis look his seat on ,the first day of the session in

! -i and we will sec something of his opinion HOLMES and W. O. UITTLEU t'XTIJ arc iri'h IUT the thus visit on the party at large an enmity Missouri Jem maj. JJ1tig maj. i yes conclusive that (here can be mistake about it 1846-Florida' was admitted in 18451 r

t,1'"l: of Gen. Tailor's fitness. He bays ; Gen. Soutl: GIDI G:, SLIDE, GATES and AU.Uf which only exists towarcs one iran who may Illinois, J3o 15O'i*', Let the people beware of such a party I As something peitinent, however, to tlScmincTs

f Taylor is a mIltary man aod a military man il company till Mr. rilllort. are against happen to 'be our standard bearer ? Surelynot. Iowa 1,3'X inquiry, we make the following ex.
: merely. ha no training in her. If this a "fraud the : I Indiana 7,(>!< .
ch'i.a upon people, It is
.
1. has Iiaidiy probable that every Democrat Arkansas, tract from Ihe New Haven (Conn.) Palladium,
furs: her functions and 6,000
; : performed no a i, a slander upon FILLMOKE, make the While the FiUmoritea are charging as a reason I
i.'" character: under the in the State will find in the of the North Carolina, 554 a rabid and Fillmore ,
constitution of the country mo
(g; : be has been known, and only known, bj I the question of taking the vote on Gio- various candidates for the Legislature, Congress -8..100 I that he has been in office unward. of -forty.. .veart.. which'somebodv- has sent us for the -purpose. ,

I his bril.n' achievements, ht (he head of the DI.XGS' resolutions, Mr. FILI.MORE vo'ed in and Governor, Ihe men they would in 42.i->.| .35-11 they forget that their own candidate Gen. TAYLOR, we presume, of letting us see what the Wbigs

i" army 'c. And again : lie is a tkilllul, the negative with GO others, including J. Q. every instance favor ; but shall we, banded .03g: l has been in office the same length. r lime and what of Ihe North think of the slavery feature in

;:. brave, and gallant soldier, that is admitted by ADAMS, GIDUINCS, GATES and SL\DC. i is is morethat he refuses to" surrender" his offit'e.
.: all. With me that but a little to true that three four I together as political brethren, and united in a 33,';527 Dem. tnajorit* by our Constitution. The Sentinel may be satisfied .
.1 or which he
goes way Southern
whigs were Four pockets some $7000 per annum This
the
make up the proper qualifications for a Presi. also among the number. But did the great great content for principle, act so selfishly: so the August years r elections an ? Whigs Where claimed arc the victory? Hur in I may be what the whig mean when they say "Gen. that, if the Whigs of the North could

: ; J dent of the United Mates." Again : And body of Ihe Southern mmher vote with him, unpatriotically, as to remember, at tbe ballot ra for CASS AND BUTLER they now TAYLOR never surrenders T* He certainly never have prevented it, Florida would not hate

f.: I therefore think of him very much as he Did Mr. Shepherd, of N. C., Messrs. Moore box, a l feeling of personal resentment, and surrenders' a goodfal office no matter whether he been admitted with a Constitution tolerating

' : '( seems to think of Limse.f that he is an hones and IKiwson. of L:., MUr. Wise, Bolts and leave off of our ticket th. nan)" of a Demo. Whig Humbuggery. surrendered lo the whigs or not Now, if Gen. slavery."
man with an independent mind and an upright Hunter, of Virginia i Messrs. Rhclf
PiktJ I CABS was the roe who would not surrender $7000
: crat Democrats fur disavow and a
heart ; but as to qualifications for the Presi. Holmes, Sampson H. and William or whom we are entitled lo most unequivocally, now :
lutJtr1 forever, desire toinlerlere with the rightsof year we should never hear the last of it from the From the J\'eu> Haven Palladium, WMgpaper.
i d vote and thus any
the .
Wi ncJ.LebaJtlemoretf.aJahoutit. He of S. C. ? .And last but not least endanger success of a common
t ( hat is termed ( ) the of the federalists; but as it happens to be their nun dog PERPETUAL SLAVERY.In .
; says flrther. repeatedly! Tuy.lor WILLIAM O. BUTLER Kentucky, the principle, because, forsooth, wo have property who the .
to
.k. present ) Southern STATES. clings bone why they are at silent as the Constitution of Florida is the following

; alone\.s 6 noin."d and the" men on 1,0 score active of availability in nominating .' candidate of the CA S i'crlyfor thl Vice some unkind feeling toward the individual; per-, \V. notica I"allhe hut .S'entinelrepeats this qun.hlinn I death What a vst difference it makes when their provision : The General Assembly shall

f- i Presidency. ofthe U. S.1" We answer. No! sonalh' 7 Surf'- -- -'' .not... .1\Tn. 1f..,..,.".. ,.......:.,. i..'ft .,;u_..I L'I _. ..I____ .L ,. 1._ own horse i is fattening oft" the public crib Who /r.ar__ nn. rJOrr r. fa 'fIn.U larr t r tAs ,_ tHJ.pn .
"'' -- .
Oen. ''' -- -
oil Y -- --- -- --- nn
lajlor cut Mr. .i -
woul their right "H. vils liiat: these : S r--- ----.1--
; f t\1 vote the love of I is a friend ;o.the ; would have thought it.PAss lion of stares." This Constitution was sanC.
hand before they do any thing to promote show .concuaicehv! that 1 he, (FiLLUOKE.) principle at heart, and apprecia.; South t What 1iumbieerywhath.spocri4y
: ,'t i": in the United Sutes." ting properly the In Ihevl'rypel'Ch.too. in which ihe tinned by the Congress of the United States!
slavery Again : thought it beneath the dignity of the body lo obligation under which he Old Soldier SOn penklnl
"I believe be has no disposition lo ex'end the which he is his j language occurs, he was advocating ,.eccpliPnOlkl' when Florida was admitted into the UDio ,'
belonged, to cnlcilain such mono placed lo parly lo do hi. duty' at this yesterday, the Ohio Statesman.
; t'are of the United States rrftrrnee of says we in the year 1845. Who, reader, among
territory nor to increase ktrous propositions, and that 'his lime a petition aihing Congress to
object
!.h : the influence slavery! in the councils force ( zrsnzscs lo withdraw Ihem." wa\to Thenwe can hesitate. Let us go minfully to the abohthilatery in the District of Columbia without published two renunciations of Wh iggery,from Nrtbf'rn.enaton, do YOU suppose voted for

" ,:' of the nation." This, then, is the 'ground, siy that ihe Karne two votes, given polls, looking to men, lo our candidates, ratheras the content .f the people thereof and without pay. West Jefferson, by men who left their party togo this provision for perpetual slavery in tbst

'J .i and the only ground upon which Mr. Web! in the same wny how precisely the exponents (principles, than as individuals ing them Ihetefur.!! It ia (this fact amongst a thousand fur their country. Below \vo add lo the State 1 Were they Whiga; I Not a man of

, % sf ter gives his support to General Taylor ; and clusive" that 1. Q. Ad'-ms. quuly"con., and in their private capacities : and if a can. other, which convict him of bcin( an a!oli. list. It is the voice ofan old soldier-one who them. They were some oldie present leading

tP54 this ',on'l suit the South. Giuni.vos himielf thought it l beneath tbe didate tionistf The editor of the Sentinel knows this full champion of Fr e Soil!-now thorough'
di" on our legislative or general ticket is has the in the of
.; t. fought war 1812, and .'U'
enemy Van
Now J let us examine Mr. Webster's opinion. I nily of ihe body lo which they To well and yet he tries from week to week by such going Buren men I The question
In'l'd. not personally acceptible] to us, let us be influenced is to do battle the taken Mr. Erana
I now ready enemies this
against directly on provision.
:. c; Gas. fu the place he :_ entertain such monstrous and tricks as the above to deteive his readers as to J.'ill.I
:1.\; ..' He In.is a man of learning fut, 1 man of says talent, ihar7A > objecl-(ve.% tlt object of GIDDI RS by a just sense of our obligation to our mere' true character.: Every whig in the country of Democracy in the war of' 1848, under the of Maine, a WHIG moved to amend the bill
=
J and in erery particular superior to his prede. Ilim\elr-wl!) to GIDDI.\C to vith. political friends abroad. Let us feel that theyare I at all conversant with the opinions of abofilionit; glorious lead of the volunteer soldiers of the for ihe Admission of Florida to the Union bj

1 cessor," &c. And further : daw tMI injured lo the extent that! we gratify fs.J. i i. well aware that Ihe declaration ubote qdofed has Republic, CASS Butler and Wcller : inserting the following proviso:

.And now I venture la .JJ, gentlemen, two We come now to tbe resolutions of Mr.130TT3 ings personal resentment. Our Legislatureis i been put forth time and agitn by-the rankest abolitionist JcrrKneoN, Madison Co., Sept. 7, 1S4R.I to Prodded Florida this, hoictter.act shall That not lake ao far eilod aa reWj'untillafter
Ihingi! : the first is well know in the land. ,
to That Gen. Even the Darn urnt' ,
) offered Mr. %WELLK cf Vew
this
.u. by democratof
a i year most important. Much devolves Col. Med, -Sir : Let an old soldier elected t
COM u il fa.o of what it tailed the compromise Ohio CIDDISUS i York, whose recent movements have attracted *o I ry a Convention of Delegates J.
lint ; and that the Wiltnot IVotino. or Ihe ordinance censuring action. And on it. Many important elections devolve upon much tpeak. I always voted a Whig ticket be. the qtralified voters of Florida, shall bavtf M.
attention have the
t 17S7, which excludes slavery from territories here we are toI that II an appeal from the proclaimed fame doctrine.In I them and the Convention
) it.Ve cannot therefore withhold cause thought right on side of altered! the Constitution adopted by the
,
a vote Iheir platfftrm dE'Clarl"-
ought not be decision of they
. to applied to territorirf lying jouth sustained ,
But when
I
.. \ 4. 1. No inlerfereuce my country. see the leaders of of Delegates on the llib January :
; 31 Hcj SO min. He announced this before he was by (he of Southern there, without fficcling tho general result by Congress with slavery
omioated, and if he had not announced it,he would \ole men, Mr. ; within the Slates that party taking sides with an enemy aj they 1839, aa to strike from article 16tb i its said
.5 bare been IhirI..ix'dtgn thirty minutes farther FILLMOBE deprived GiDDiMce of (he power and thus infracting the political compact under Here-: is Mr. Wllmore'i sentiment re-echoed ty did with Mexico it don't look well for a man Constitution the following words: Sec. l.Tba

off from |IN n.xt place he of peaking in defence of himler! This we which we are co.operating. Then bro. the abolition agitators of New York and I is it necessary who fought the British forces at Bridgewater General Assembly shall have no power K>

,vi"-l' will! do 81'he wnien can 10 establish.|Lhat lcompromiie line ; understand" lo be the noiion auum.d --J bv .Mr... trier Tiftnnrr&tM... fr the no,. !lit___ .A.mn** m>,.. for u* t. tell the Southern voter that it presents and Lundv'c Lane, under Gens. Scott and ,flake I laws for ttiA man inSitioa Ol alavea."
k u a matter H. Let --- n .UyU -
.rlllUy. opinion il my con- u. see if J"'W'a.l"u
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ttientwut brliff; te teill fttalhth il. ihe of order right. was ; rise far above the contracted feelingof no evidence that they are Ihe 'tlentJ 01 Southern : Brown, lo be .found under such a banrl r. I On taking the question it was decided
4T-1; .Give tim the power and the patronage of the ; point made by Mr. FILLXORC. right ? Certainly i.ot. We all know that notwithstanding served, five years in the I Jut "'ar. and intend gainst the protiaion, and the odioua aectioa
&lnroeA.It himesrrci it over certain portions We appeal to that gentleman! himself] : personal resentments on this great occa. they avow no disposition; to interfere lo serve ia the Democratic party the balanceof is therefore retained in the Constitution 0''
tMt wbO reprearntative* voted on Ihe .Mr. FILLMOBK re-stattd his of order I sion ; and by the sacrifice of : *
P1 lo leave question for future conaideration that point prove every with slavery in the Statei they are our enemies my life ; and if I live until the election I Florida. The vote atcod yea 12-naya
(.iO f .ba although a member *n trial might hive the
iI.) ) lo fettle if t IWecon ,ball b. free, and rivilrge of being heard in his own d.'ect' yet afer such feeling, your deration te principle.- and are feeling to deprive us of oar constitutional will Vote for Cau Butler and Weller. The following U a Intl of tbosa in farorw

leave Hew Mexico and California to decided here. Ihe previous question ".moved, no OTHER Leave to another time the gratification of rights. So toO of .JintlarJ Pillmou-al'hough' he Respectfully yours, striking out the clause! for peT 'w'P' *
! I." Let him hare the riower of this goTernment number had a right t,pta until tht prtvioui yuei- feeling of resentment that any also' disavow any desire to interfere with slavery in CHARLES DOAN. and it will I* teen that everyone ia a WItty
lii. atachcneat.( frith his inducement : I rr. ion tided." you may cherish.
-M4i II, belter* (that nnleu Ihr i i. a renewed treegth, The strength of our political the Sfa/M-we know from his Congressional car"efrom (or waa when living,) namely :
. The point of order opponents has Another WItness C
himself be. Maaa.
Aleasra. Choale ol Dayton
FU.LXOBI
eq.i < ftnnMC 0"tnrfti ofthe whig roteajin COIeS.be the very ipeeeh in ichteh he pvtt forth tk* ;
9 Fi' will acecpUh) ba! purpn. He will rare hare ng authority, was raised no,gainl GIDPI generally been gathered from our disagree duclaimer-ttom the assertions of his Northern' The recklessness of tho FiUmoreite journals J. ; Efaoa of Maine ; Frameu of B. L |

th 9ite; .|jd rb "he palronag oftheK 10Hnl. >G., lut against C/TBCSS. we hot ments. It is suicidal fo allow it at this time. friend, who ought lo know his sentiments.-lhafb* hi tilt State in their inserts a4la.k on Gen.- tiogtoaofCeon.-MaierofN. J. ;







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Vt.-; Porter of Pile u' b. ; Sinvtwns of j'f ion=the Fillmofeites! claimed that The fact of support isis man who avows his u wajat of ca:, the )letter ** over the same aipnatt," wl hh Notice to Settlers -- RemovaL- II J

Upham of VI. ; Albert of ; g. White of I Fillmore'i Toting with the South against lay. pacity 10 fill the distinguished honor1 to which appeared theo'herdaymlhe morning:"i UNDER ARMED OCCUPATiON ACT.- i finite *ubcrihci* luTc ncotrd to tie store emS I

huh \Voodhridge Michigan.Thoie ir.g the resolutions] on the table was evidence he aspires, and who knows not the doctrines and then fay if there a man in the United cnd'erfunetl. Agent of Ihe United States U n* i It. ,.rciipi.i! hir Jr, J. R Fortune, and tI

c>ppo edt with the : j! that he favored the South. To show the ab. he will favor elevated to that highest of all States who could.! have written; them both, alaways THE &c will attend at t the follow in" ..Ia. loc)" above Mr. r*.II..til'l", and Merisnies.JIIRCIFrr ; .

rr Aree Southern Whigs, Are all loci I honors in the republic. excepting Gen. Taylor. ces. nnthedj\. specified below Intake alld l receive & 1.JNDUr.RGrJt.
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d of : surdify of this adduced tbe before him. in rd.li..n to I lh, September J", I4S. 9
mnj mint of them ugh facet :I position, we names Permit proofn, by drpmitions :SC
to ,
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me gentlemen respectfully sav. GEN. TAYLOR 1846. The Iitle; Rock
Allen of j. is settlement ant orrupntion of all rer 'iwh > oh-
them are ofObin, Adams Galen SJade and the I
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Among j jin.nn notorious mo. that my absence has confirmed my political Banner publishes: the following letter (from tamed |termits under the Act of Conereu. entitled State Florida.

Vew Hampshire. Buchanan of I IffStW .er of the resolutions himself Giddings, who I predilections, and that I have found no cause (;en. Taylor, written at a time when there An Act to provide for th. Arm.d Occupation and
of New Vork FairSeld of voted whilst to abandon the good o'd! of I i Settlement of I the unsettled part of I the Fenin'oia o'
against laying the resolutions! on the tab'e gone cause was some'lrouod 'for( apprehending a difficultv .
Yotk,of AInOhio.! ; n Democracy and shoulder the I, Flor.da; appmtetl I AujnM 4th, 1 1SI2. and who were
and SItES and asked if this (act did not prove that' same Il"ntllllial between (hit country and Grtyit occupants under that 'Act and the Act amendatory
Jjampshire Corwin, Giddings. Bell, Gentry, and the w holt"anti.war The letter is an acknowledgment! ) (hereof, approved June 1Mb. I lRI-tant wlinactuallvoccupi
t Mr. Nile this they too, favored the South ? To this nritain'-I
did not explain
1 \Vhv poserthe party have promulgated ;in our nation. fer ofa war-horse by Major Butler dor settled under said AcN.and did not voluntarily .
ful tote of his, at the Free Soil 11ef't / Sentinel is mum, but ;it can repeat, in the al nssemblr. Finally, gentlemen, "I love relinquish and abandon the name; but continued .
I He attempted) to apolojze for s.is. lo reside on Hi id frontier South of the linedividiF'ij
Caesar
fcitrf face of well but Rome
its glaring absurdity, the humbugging more. lIcAixC\TrR ARMY or OCCUPATION, I ICor !
Town-.tmiis! r.umbei nine ai! ten, South
and that He I (
|ur Texas pretended \\"u assertion that this W. II. hi.l1oL3I.Tn.lor ;>ujChristi., Texas, is',. 13, !"41.(
vole of Fillmore's is ., i.1 _! 1 (i ant East of the bate line perilr-i in said Act of l.
But hero
*d by the President. was MY DEAR MAJOR : Your highly leemed lSI-, thereby aiding lo etFect the object of laid
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in Florida dence that he was opposed to GiddingsthroijirJ Democracy in Pennsylvania.The .
10 make alarery' PUP"'J" letter of the 26th: of ember )last, accom. Acls. riz : riiOCL \M.\TION
fprite the General \ .mlIIJ! of. out As well might it be said that Slade State Central Committee, appointedby panied by one from Col. Wynn, Layfayette j At :r"nannilItAlarhua County, on Thuesd3y.lth BY THE GOVERNOR.BE .

t>f ihe power abolishing nla ery Gates, and John Quiney Adams were opposed I I the Taylor Democrats, of Pennsylvania, county, Ark., to you, fthe 24th of the same ;; At Lr.rPond O'.h.,,Levy 10 lfaU! Coflntr, on Monday, 23J Octo that KNOWN in p'lmusnre to all ef Il.e the AcU people nf of the thi.benerrftA faa; "

this be did aflrr giving rf"pf'alt"d'OII"S to Gidding, although they voted with Fillmore I hare recently) issued an r.dJrcss in which alter month has just reached me. While I feel) ; her. 10 .'ays. eu.ljyt| approved January. 1517. and **lh Dej

annexation oflVjas. U'hy, we 5:1} in instance recurring to the circumstances under much flattered as well as proud. for the Colo- M'canopv.. Alichua Cuunty.on Thursday Xo- ceinbrr. ISl-i, Chapters 71 and "ifiT., ah election will fit
defeat
not( attempt (lo explain this gross every to the proceedings nePs (I fear) favorable opinion of public Tentber. d ys. he held al the several! precinct within the Slate, rnTuediv

tin lU career ? The ansuer is ; against: the Ohio member There would which they were appointed, they remark : I; services, and especially! for the my handsome i At St Au.usfiiie; St. John'f County on Thursday the 71 th riy! ..f, November rexf. to choonihree

lie could not-anl )et Mr. Niles j be just about as much s nse and reason in this Recent disclosures! hate ehown conclusivelythat manner h<* has been pleased! to notice the j I At lIt St.November Lode County, 10da, on"s.Monday 2Tlh November Elector Slilif.Cuen President and Vice President of thUn.ted f

company of divarded and 5 r.ilcn: \ claim, us to say that Fillmore went with the Grn. Tujlor cannot ba relied on as a arne, accompanied by the profFer of a fine 10iU\. under my hand and the great seal of .the il 1

'fvos, are the leaden of li! ? Free Soil I South I supporter Democratic principles. Instead j) hiyhlired charter, which, I regret to say ; :j Mellonville, Oian:e County on Thursday, Nth L"tl' 'ale. at the Capitol in Tailahwee thiJ : (
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1711.
Oi bame here i is thy l huh! ol t professing exclusive devotion to the princiiplesofJcFFEESON's 1 ,ich i is the ditTiculty of getting an animal of December, 10d.iv>*. ) "ru: t. I4S.
-Kilt- -- tlliV' --.' la-, fliA---. -/-?...'.;.? ..7 -art- .nfnrmtnrvYt....... "ei,. i admiiiictration, Gen. Tav-' Al Oral, Marion County on Monday, 1st January, WM. D. MOSELEY. ...
r I to J that description! to this place or farther west, If) days. Rr tVe Governor : Governor of Florid

The Creole Case again.Tie \ lent as In Fillmoic's votes on amending the I tor promises to administer the governimnl ac without injury and the uncertainty of his fin,). At Chocochattie, Benton Couly, cu Monday l.'ith A. C.MATTTZLL.ffeerttaiy. 1.. .

last Sentinel; contains more journals! Why dij it pass that matter over ? cording .the practice of the "earlier Piesi- I ;ng me ;in this s-ction of country. even were January, IO( rlars. of Sln.ouaUlf / .

ging trash in reference to the cour i I Ssmp'y: because the editor's ingenuity was I dents." If he had confined himself WASHINGTON'S I to make the attempt and should I succeed I At January Tampa,, 10 HilUnorough dH's. County, OB Monday, 3jh; iy, isJa. 5 -. 01 .

I administration, as a model, no one ir him here and I
ioitioncandidae! ( for Vice there at fault-he could not explain; thai away would compl.iin. But the terms earlier getting brought were loorJer At Key \Vest. Monroe County.on MoruIay.Hlh Feb Fife and Marine Insurance
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him be be
to my plantation, might neglected ruary.l0da" .
dings Creole! resolutions. It appears 1 It tetllrd I the who'e matter against him, and Presidents"! include among his models the which would be to me a source of, At Darie Cou.ty, on Wednesday 1 at March 10 days. T THC P1

impossible to l-eat iuio that paper a proved, overwhelmingly' proved, that Fillmore Federal admini'trution of John Adams, with stick mollification! as well! as in the event ofinjury Alt cajes presented will be examined and reported Protection Insurance Companj i
its alien and sedition laws and all the odi. on,and pernons interested are r'qu..tdo) ? have their
count of the proceedings of the Hou! was with (he Abolitionists; Lean and soul If in getting him here, as (to compel me permits depositions, and witnesses ready and be pre Of New Jcrscj. .

bare tendered the editor tie c< not, why did he vote in favor of retaining on ous measures which the Democracy has so- in decline the colonel's kind and disinterestedoffer pared to prove their cu", fully in conformity with AT SOMHRV1LLE. I
long resisted. Instead (Mippoitiug the priii- for which I. am duly grateful, and which the printed instructions lorw,r Globe and requested him to examine the journal matter which Mr. Bolls declared ciples ANDREW JACKSON, we have it from cannot be ,forgotten by me. At the same I HUGH ARCHER .

was a direct censure the lloti e for adopting undoubted authority that Gen. Taylor I Agent United States Treasury. Thi Company insures on Ml'rcbandizpFurni.ar.:
self; but it seems be prefers to rely on upon rejectsthe lime, should our threatened difficulties with
September :30, 1S4. Ittz RuilllO.ga. Machinery Foctorle and .0'
tial: versions furnished liy corrp!jv> I the resolution condemning Giddings '_ wholesome principles of construction Great Britain result: in an appeal to aims, I (:> The Ocala Ar:m,J. ck onville .""s.and St. erally, in city and country. ; property & I f;

on the willful( misstatements of the Ae, tbeic's the rubVnv! did be ? Be. which binds the Cxecuine: lo enforce; the I II 'I j wh:ch I sincerely hope will not be the case I Augustine Herald, will puMish! the abre notice. I t
Constitution according to Ins solemn! DIRECTOn
own con-
or our relations with that sucha
leans Bee. For ourecites, we bate c.ise,huingoJTOt'd t lie proceedings through I fictions outs m-lI.nin;. He proposes t') surrender -1 1I character as to induce the countryassnmes P.e ident to have Select School for Boys, William Tliompson fivard P>v'on. N. York

of this out, but being defeated! II: was willing tore- hi, own judgment to other and to Limited to 23 I Peter L. Sir(kef, Matthew Hudd!fe, "
examination matter, sought I I *, a. the who'e: or a l large portion uflhe IroopsIIOW ( Prplls.) James Taylor, J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn:
J. any construction to the record lain on the j.nirna! evidence from the Aboiitiouists : bridge if not to abolish, the jicat conservative )here, withdrawn to more important points 'T'Htyearij divided into two term of Iwentv- David Sanderson, G. F. Power ,. :"-

: th,%:nsckes that they > >roifd hit power which has Leictofore sated the along our southern and eastern seacoas', and j -L four week each, and two vacations of two William J.
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its face and if hive aj ; ttoune.WM.
t apparent on we I It constitution from violation and the week each. PupiU mav; enter at any time, (but in THOMPSON Pretident
people it them and ,
course, and condemned the the S.tith should be my lot to accompany to shorter period than sir month. Hon- .5
that Fillmore tried to bhield! JicJdings course of no case: 'for a 3. II. VOORHEES Secretary.
j from tIle ions of ?
dangerous UMJI pal represcntatites I be assigned to duty! in Louisiana which in all advanceEx .
oruiumj, $tO, $15. per quarter, (in )-
indignation of the House, it has been j jLs j jti Tbis wus the! consruction: Butts placed! who relus to be palsied! I by the! will
probability will I be the case, I will with great I t :-none. THE Agent are authorized to state to the cue
toes and) entire course plainly! upon it.Amid. I of their c'JIJ tit\J.JtI".tl The Matstiilo te'o' I pleasure and many t thanks, Accept Ioc\y :Hu'JII.1lain. j The c1 ii"4. in this school, are !o arran f'd. that ': of this Company that they recognuro

examined I now. in conclusion wo confidently I and t':,e veto' nf the bill to re-chaifer, the United and take the ; to have him pupils may plirsueat their option,cither, an I: iIih; the Court of the different State II( the Union, '
ft. The Sentinel has Ml appeal proper step's StuJiei
Clddsical Course of to extent re- j
or a any (ui.efethey hate a-enl ) in
L I ter with the same spirit. It t has SO:' : to all candid men to say, if ''of all at. Sta!?. Bank, are pregnant: instances of the delivered! to me, and will uv him as a parade 'I'Jirpd. nt their Agents are in!;fructed CISC to of conft difference.andt fm to the ofI '

: great i importance of maintaining: in unabatedvigor horse in neare. and a c' an'er in event of war: The School i*, at all time*, op.n to public inspection maces of other responsible Conpanics in t Ihe tattlernf 4
Pot public delusion! aiJ I I
I the l
rz
tcrnps :
Fillmore
explain! it that imposture, .
to war, the veto po\er reposed by the Consti'n.! I and no nutter what position assigned j ji i ; and challenges a coml'uiln"it h any .ml. nt of I Io,sr!. -
may
; appu'r quite so objectionable to hIs r j i whole course of the Sentinel upon Mr. Fill. tifu in the President. It may be the only i me, either in pence or in war, I will endeavor j nary, of any grade or designation, South. ALLAN.or North.II. I The .'!'ib>criber. have bears appointed Agents ht

This has been hat been the uniform !i I more" has a parallel [Has not that paper, faft'. lInrd ngninst extratnganc Uscrpatiort. I to conduct rnt elf in such a way as not to im- j Tallahassee. September 2t. 1'19- 10 6t the ahoTe Company Tallahassee and its vicinity.. -
LEWIS & AMES.Anust1Itt
in the floDt unbiu hing delude and corruption. It should be defended as the pair, much leas ((0 foifeit the good of'
fj that print. I has not done its own Clt : ; manner, sought to i I opinion 4 On
last tutrenchment ..f liberlA President Col. well that of other val- G. A. McIntyre
those outs *, justice. It : its reuders as I lo Fillmores Congressional I II i I Wjnn, as as many -
opponent I
nor who surrenders this into the handsof Noti
I I II power l liable friends all of which I will thank e.
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youI DN'JJ5'icr
ceded horn its readers theirie s I in evert instance cited ? If it has not, | Congresi, does not evince .. A STRICT RESPECT -I I I to communicate tn the! Colonel l, as well as all 3i-D1 at Mrs J L and' TrtC subscriber, have on hand for sale i Urea

i ions, and misrepresented those of j" have failed: to perceive it. It has in no )II JOB THE CONSTITUTION !" However I hate slated in relation to his valued and HAS taken* hi, room-professional services Demtlly to the citizen* three new SEINE (having only been used fof .

instance its readers fair ,' honest his in..lives, his acts in theit results,1 I and surroundme Ladies attendedat week,) m..a41rrin. 115 lo IStJjard in length; I
Butler. This is a 'rlso well Known I ; given a "r.1 I highly aItiuble: lon:1.t: Dn. of Lees country. I and lOto 12 (eel ('pi h. The price a ked is $50 f 00;
of of Fillmore's life are like those of a sentinel I who treacherously ',! With and esteem. their residence if desired.Tailaha Wile more than half its actual vafue.
: one ,act respect
to make any espe I .. Any party
not necessary q'inlatioi.s :2X 15 IS. 10
i I surrenders. 'his arms and abandons his post to Your friend trulr.Z. -ee Sept. wis'iips? to er:Jge in fishing can here meet with i
it. But we give to its aiticle any act coanected with the institution I bnga- .
the That Gen. Ta'lor has
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II enemy. pledged TAYLOR.e IH. C. II. BUNTING.8CROEOX .
Creole resolutions) a brief notice.It slavery. It pra'es from week to week himsef surrender this power in* > hands :orENTRUeTF.I .. .. McNAUGIIT & ORMOND.
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DENTIST-QCINCT Newport, September
I I General Cass being an Abolitionist) al. | \\ authorized to Dr. 9,1SJSS 5t .
says that Giddings refused to ) WITH IT BY TilE CONSTITL'TION.is e are announce T) ESPECTFULLY proffers his professional *erviIX -

fence after the resolution of censure I Ii I he never gave a vote that was not it: apparent from 'his letter to Capt. Allison, of 1! F. A. BYRD, of Miccasuckie, as a candidate ccs in every department of Dental Surg!r>, to Notice.

: that he OR OF THE SOCTII, and in the next breath the :! !d April, 1819. This is the inference to represent Leon County in the House of citizens: of Tallaha see and vicinity Dr. C vvillbe SIX months after date, I shall apply tw the Hoi ri.
i; and denies: our .tatemtnt we are compelled to draw from his pledge Representatives of the next General Assembly in Tallahassee on the 1st October! : and remain one of Probate for the Connty of Jefferson'

f fore. In answer to this, we hate only will bold Fillmore up as a reliable mm, when "' to RESPECT anJ C.RRour" ihs action of: of the State. month for letters of dimiMion ta Adminiatrator of Paul. 1
I. 2Z1, 13.19. lf> Malhabe, deceaied.
f: that the editor of the Sentinel is totally I whole Congressional career pf\'eslnat be Congress on the subject of the TARIFF, the j j[> Vte lose been requested to-ionounct ROliKKF: -September RICHARD HARRISON.

I ran! of the matter. He speaks ,, TVEVER, NEVHR, gate; a vote, connect. i I CURRENCY, and the improvement of our great! H. BUTLER as a candidate to repr'flenllh. people Strayed or Stolen, JfSerion County, September 9, l8JS. 8 6raAttarbrnent. .1

record before him. Our assertion is I with slavery! that was not OPPOSED TO THE I'highways, rivers, lakes, and harbors." The !i ot the Leon next county Le-iilaure, in (the of llomf Florida.ot Ilepreientatives ol FROM Newport, about the .

;real political battles: have been fought on July laIa large sorrel I
Ab objection by any one was made to i Out upon such an honest and impar. :hese identical questions. The Democracy ; K3 \Ve have bcen requested to aiiunouncv (e,,. :tl"I.E."ilh a larae blaze In Juttice", Court fur 2J District,Leon Ctttnty.
/ this Let the I GET WHITFIELD a< a candidate to reprp*pnt the in his face, ha lost hi* right
i as John S. Bond Vt
himself I and he did not It' newspaper people scout the ;
fending I warred unconstitutional
a deend 'ins long against people f Lean county, in the Senate of the neil ft eve-ball. Any per on who mil S
t', self, it was because he would fO!. /i from their houses as they would! I ho bias f exercise of power not granted, in the eaact-1: Legislature 1 of nom! return the said Mule, or give John W*, Fiorey. $ Aiuonnf of debt $ O.

showed io our last by quotations fr / and Ijing writing of a Voltaire! or a r ncnt of oppressive tariffs to accomplish for- j f-->- V.'r hate been reiiiealnl] toaiinou'iie JU:,Kt: .llCH information where he may be "IIC: ct-fer.danf arid all others jirteretled are

, I t iduen (.1decrs-int.hf' chartering of a danger- | ,AIRES as i candidate to represent' il.e people of ..had..will!! be .reasonably. rewarded Jl hercbj no'ifiedI! ut the eomtnence'tnenf ot thi 4
marks made bv. Messrs. S'anltY! and rea'f ou corporation, anJ in ti.e. cit avag.uit i Leua county, in the House cf Representatives of the 1 MUM \: A. 1itI'iUU. suit bv. attachment, returnable to a Justice'. Court
t mJneJ f
I General' A of ih. State of floriJ.t Post Office. Talliha! re. to he held Tallahassee
I tell. Even the of the ; next "emWy I at on the II tit day of December
mater previous Taylor as be is : I It I squandering of the money of the nation upon I t: We ha\e been requested tr> arttiounce JAMES I Septembers?, !S45. 10 4t [ ntmcl' copy.] next, and to appear and plead lo the same. 'it

tion offered to withdraw it, provided t A New Hampshire paper contains the fo! local objects internal improvements! in the I T. ARCHER a, a candidate to represent the peoplei Given under my hand and seal,thi* Ith day 6fSep. ''Ii

Mould make his defence I extract of a letter written by a friend in i 1 I several Iate On these questions after i of Leon county, in (Ihe Hou!e of Representatives of I Estrayed (tentrA.D.ISI.I :
I II j years laborious! conflict, the friends of tSTRICT ; the nest General Assembly of the Slate of Florida FROM thesubcribers plantationnn MiccoocUie rU\VARD # WEST. [L. ..]
The Sentinel says Giddings asked ( : This extract presents the author j 'TlO-i" I about the lath of August last, a small Justice ol the Peace.Setemher .
I CONSTRUCTION OF TllK (OXSTln
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** I' 7brin ; I(ci dun colored MULE. One of her ?hcul lepwa I g. I-I. 8 3m 1
defence mare _
to prepare a againatthe point I the "comp! te I..tter-\Hiler" as lie it ; and i ij ,i i I have: won a succesion of victories as gloriousas I Certificate York. Seminary.Dr. (>: of the. Fredurua, New t, ore when she ran oil; wh.n scared she throws I

der raised by Mr. Fiilmoie !" To I but confirms the try prevalent opinion. that those of .Maniihoti, Bunker's Hill. er McxiI Dr. Seth W Fowlc-Dear Sir-Feeling, as I do, the ;point of her ear very clo.e togetherAny !f"r. Notice. .. ,i ;

say-had the Sentinel accepted our j \' r much credit inay be due to him for I!I" They' bate gained a proud position, I I under obligition the Inem) who ur ed me to try ,",n returainz her. or giving information '.xliereshe A LL pefsois having chims against the eifsfe of t
the record would have been I which if maintained with *eternal) vigilance i Wis'ar's, Baisaui! in s,'ife of my tutiliIJ t I. the euden may be had, will be ona'iicwarded! I .:TX Charles Lam:, late t-f Bentun Count,,deceased -5'
not i services, and however respcc'ab'e' ; he may ,;: 'the price of liberty: will hereafter enable i I \ variety. *f remedied claiming inlailiuihu: I can. Address GEORGE E. nfeXXl, are requested to present them, duly authenticated; J

into so glaring a piece; of IGNORANCE as a citizen, still h.i i is toaJltning: in i them to confine the federal triilmi: i its: J not justly refute 10 'uflIly \\ itt your request to tur.nt.tt September 'J7. ISiS 111' 4t M;.eci*.okie.Jefferson mlliin! the lime i pre!cribed by law. or they will b. "1:
I : potter debarred ai.dall indebted .
I I a jttnit-nt ol ilsetkctl. ; persons l said estate aidreluested :
Irdiy! Fillmore did nut raise the )( the requisite qualifications for ihs Presi i I limits and the of the j I No.5. t ;
: assigned guard rights: I Fiora H v jouth I have t Teen subject to lung romj.litrits R. A. Chapter, to mike immediate payment to k

order fur the purpose, a the Sc"ir I : ;! people, and the States, from its overshadowing and liurmi; Inc lan ten i<-jrI I hare been und mrUL\P' MCETIN'a ol JefiVM-m( R.}jal 1 Anl C:. T. JENKINS \ J

correspondent seem to think, of ** iiif! lence. And yet the brave Gt'nHI'ho ,-r the flt"(' "illy ot mini; Ihe utmost caution to avoid I A Chapter No. 5. will beheld at their Chapter JOHN B. ALLEN.AJm"-
I have seen Gen. Taylor, and beard him I In [ r'nf'm: County. S. K. 2 1S4S2ii 2m1
I loved and because it i that uio-t ungracious ru>lotn ,IC'i
GijJingi from the privilege of .r' i'::_ <-njt lo reply! to an a'ldrees, extending to was supported" was thought I I February bolt took cold-a.tough set in,and though !i October next. Member; are particularly! notified to ; -

selC Mr. Film'! >r .'5 rt! oi/ject was the (jo .' I he could not articui.ite: a lo surrender to the first Whig Congress that remedies which I awj\s! keep (r"r that pllrpo"e.TIt .- l fulh invited. l'ccl'l I PPLICATION will be made lo the next Grnf'ra''
debate by other members, learing he singlc'ord'I fchtll assemble, all the advantages of theseglorious le ft tling I rcBorted to other. man of \\ hich :I T. J. CHACE Secretary. 'i .Lt\ Assembly of Honda for an act at incorporation'lo
is
hisprirUege of being This fid a man, vastly inrior, c:'r re. triumphs, and all the securities of our hue trained celebrity but my couh increased ill \- i I I Sepfernher 23. 1M3. 1U authorize a company .16 con'trnit a flail Road from
hard citizen B. Of a heavy, lymphatic i! olence{ and a pain in I the vide and right lube of the I Cedar Krjs.or some eliibe point on the Giilfeo&tt;
the total ignorance of the Sentinel ; nun..r.I. not quick in perception an J far j proud position I{I lun:j set in, which sO.ln bfcame ery distressing !I I 'rai' Collector's Last Notice. i to the St. Mary'aRierorsoine clicibtepcintnnth

prove it beyond the show of doubt, lessening solid and general Entertaining these views, we deem it prop. i[ and at lairrraN were attindcd with oppressive tnc- I I Atlantic coast;fir tbe Si.:Join Rave,
intelligence
j cr to announce to our Democratic fiiends! that''1 tares on the lungs, Dunne this 'iiae I expect orai '' TUB undersigned Tax: Alijt'S..or and Collector i August 1i. I c IS.J. 3mCC .,
from the record. On 34 is undoubtedly far inferior 10 any man who j tIe raided from the indiI j''r Leon County, heuby gives notice that he
but
quote page : the organization which ic!nhed! in (be nomi. ,i ted freely mucus lung I I ;*- The News J 1rk*nnvitle!! and Herald SI. A.- 31S'niinc
Globe, 2J 27th ever received the support of either party I I eated a disease (deepl seated. Two or lime physii will ettend at willpu'bhsL the ab.ve three month, sad
gressional Sf'OI, the Presidencey. I do not j-ilgn: of Gen. nation of Gen. Taylor at Harnb.irg, is ins- (i run* klII'4f'1l1: lue their tnedicinr, which have The Court House, !in the city of Tallahassee, on enJ 1heitec tirit to this office.

wi bt found the following entry : lor tinder the influence of prrjuJice. I ,! SOLVED, and that .the nomination itself having (; bcent'r, etd"lent in curing cou;h-, but they failed Monday September 25th inst. until Saturday, the _
4r. '4dain rote atid laid that there him been AnvNimNF.D by its recipient necessarily' lo reacli mv case and I bean I., be "uE'* hal un.easy. i 'Knh int, for the ;purpose ol receiving payment of Medical Notl e.
for I J'e
qeestion wbjchoecuired to 'Inin and whith converse hours and he did not becomes null and toid. Those who sincerely I In the Utter par! ot Apt ml I It-It home, in1 I I the Taiea due the State and County (or the year IS 1':1. 1
rd tj submit to the HQuse. In the >tion birth to an idea that would have done I are 1 tending t>> travel dvrliile, and il possible: fscjpe, L.t I, At which lime he wiLl close his Look*. a:,d rro.ceNt M G. WIRY, M. D. 3. 1- CALL V. 1)

,.cse
lain Item N--w York, [Mr Killmorc.] Ihe S >:t'r. j.re| wo hav-; Democratic principle: ofa STRICT CONSTRUCTION -1 liufljio I had ta'tt-n .an additional cold, arid my cough I by law. their services practice of the Medicine. Surgery .., i ioffer aDI '
Hours of attendance from 10}, A. M. to ". P. M. public.OIhcep .
A friend there advised -
CONSTITUTION do ti-as coniidtTjbly ag4ravau-IL *
bad d'dded that the tion auld i Cass OF THE can no only
previous que doubt t that xvlll; receitthe vote of JAMES: SHERWOOD.Tax er Dra* Store,Monticello. Fff rida.AustiM .
as to cut of the gentleman ( i by giving an efficient support to lh," Democratic m to try the H"ham ol \ViUI CIa-rry. but 1 told ,
'r(0 ; 5. 1545.
Iprlit 8 : and that if General 3
from his him : Tat lor would j him I hail swallow niedirme enough. Well sir, Assessor and Collector Leon County. ly .,
Giddings] to by ,
be heard righllur.in tn j j I the circuit of ln! Union he' would not candidates-Lctvis CAts and WILLIAM I roughed out that day and the night Icllou in*. and September Ifi. IS4S. 9 Notice "
!tatlllo dtfelCt.
I O. BUTLER.JAMEs the next day friend urgM me again lo Doctor ;
Mr. Ad.n' proceeded. So the Sneaker I '\c the vote of a kindle Slate. my try
The gentleman 'from New York [ j I BIIADY, WILLIAM DOCK) Wiftar." and at 3, P. It 1. I wis willing try Medical College pf Georgia. SIX monh: after date I shall apply Ie the Hon. '<
I caJe. Daniel Webster nay that Tatlor'n! nomina. C. I). W. any thing, for I couched constantly. procured a e of Probate for the County of Jenerion.- '
mot] had inqutied if the prevurut qwttwn I' : :ittim, I C. BROOKS, next Course of Lectures will be commen- ;
t 1 not be .(applied .o ot to operate vf>on all the n was not FIT TO BE MADE. If so, JOHN C. Btcncn, SAMUFL POOL bottle-drank if il-rt'alllte dlrt'c.ions-Iouk. the TilE on the first Monday in November, and for letters of diarm'sion as Administrator de bonit
itaze lor homo, continued taUin< it from that bottle now cf Karquhar Macrae, late of laid Connty. dec\f. i
J Humbert Ohio! of l/o 1t.lttint tl.1 feat fun. / was it made, and vII! do the! Whigs, or I Br.Nj. PARKE, I GEO. V. XSIOLES, one week an,1II heD the Dalsam was gone my cough continue ur.tillbe 1st of April.FACULTY: *.. RICHARD HARRISON. ;

: *fh .till.i[ prritr] undtrfoo bIrfrt.lo 1.f.t least a respectable! portion of them, persist ; (;EO. PRINTK, JOSEPH BLACK, and paius were gone and I have not couched. since. GEORGE .f. NEWTON.M. D'I Profelisor of Anat. Jefferson County, September 9, IS"; 8 6m \
teen the from I ELLIS Lewis WIILIAM 'LAK Kespectlully your .c.J. and Dean of the -
Slte.ktr] gentleman supporting him ? I S Trflt5W.TAsJjrom omy Factrlty. 1 A Card/ U
lork. The Sneaker had decided. that it wi> F. C. CAU! :. Jonv P. I IRCFiom \. n\r.\\RD'i\ : ;: ;; L. A. DUGAb- 7.). D., Trolcssor of Physiology and
-- -- sale ht K Dr'iggiatTa.la12v.4'C. i :-1
crate to -- SMITH i inform ber
cut tbe g-n.leiAJH from Oluc and Palhologicial Anatomy.ALEXANDER respectfully friend J
ct General Taj'lor. the \tw Orleans Conner.GEN D L.DDIt"porl.. Flon.Ja and by Drug. MISS 1 Ihe .
therefore, previous queVion couid not b : I I MEANS, M. Professor of Chemistry public generally that the exercise of
generally throughout' the United State .
t'lfied. No* he [Mr A ] look u thai, tin- The New York Express, (ofthe 16ih inst.,) TAYLOR'S) WAR HORSH LETTER fti" t and! Pharmacy. bet SCHOOL will be res umedl upon Monday. the 24
of tbe Hou e hOld ,jut t""a11"d! the queatiaa IH-I We copy the follow ing from: the Delta of Cotton. 1. P. GARV1N, M. D., Professor of Therapeutic October., She lakes this occasion lo return them
tb, Speaker and the gentleman from New I Whig paper, which is authority enough! I and we lay it bofoic the readers and Materia Medica. thanks for heir former patronage, and solicit its'
yesterday BALES COTTON
Arid he[Mr. A.] would no* a \tbether an Whig papers of Florida, when personal 1000 wanted by the ub- L. D. FORD M. D., Professor of (he' Institutes continuance for the future. Terms as uual.Septembers. ,
of the Courier in order thai they scriber, for which the highest market
ht may compre. and Practice of edicme. 15-IS. 7 Sf
|j ? not be taken from that pat ol the 1.1f
cecilIJn.:: which was. I that the: gentleman from I : (. upon ihe private cbaiaclcr of Mr. Mc I' bend the extent and variety of General T8J.I price will be paid. JOSEPH A. EVE, M. D.. Professor of Obstctics .
S. F .
'ould not be heard in Jo. den-nee because tic' | : $ are to be made, publishes the follow. lor' talents for epistolary corrcspon lent. A C. EURNCY.Sptembrr I and D !eaCTS Women and Children. Notice."PHEeopartnerslirp :
<> ijae tion li..d l been rt'iic4. 11 ar. appeal; \ I I fewdajs we saw in the a )It- I 30. lSt 11 PAUL .'. EVE. M. D., Profrwor of the Principles f"'fttOClt existing bein+rt
wder he wnuld now tn ke it on the grouml Of course Florida Whig will not pub. ago newspapers Auction Notice. I and Practice of Surcsrv.' X the iibscril f'fS was Ji-x lfcd by mutual consent
(tf'r over his signature, which we at firstsupposed H. .". CAMPBELL. M. D., Demonstrator of Anatorny. on the 2.lh July Iast Mr. laaac N- Drake i dul
it..An
rrftnf to the idea of tke gentleman fium Sinta Fee Columbia, (,.unl.'. C. F en S \T. ,
I--k might bate; lieen penned by Col. AT authorized to close the business of the firm. -
'J lihotjli" the prermui. (;MC'tian wa* n<' I URDAY, the-23th Ucfnhrr hxt11 It be old ,
Plied,a Important Oflin .-The Wet Clies- has been admired !. ROBERT CAMPBELL, M. D Assistant Demon. J. W. SHERWOOD.
- j.tl not and could not till viritr I Bin, whose style everywhere tit the highest t bidder, I the lull ft. t S'eamer OR.
fro, Ohio/rum lut rikt lo It kratj; that Register say, Utcurt"r Baldwin: of New fir its: purity and strength' 1 and praised' PHCUS, together with all her taffcle and apparel, strator.! i. N. DRAKE.

f 'ioos question could not apply to that gentl, I. :*,\\31 n tb will he delivered ProJes (; The TaUahasteergusf! 5' 1f?
Fa.
ngb it applied lo all others ; a native of the country. lIe is inli- I quantity of Smith and Carpf'n'ns1", I by "RYIof
always disposed to depreciate whatever culty will endeavor In make their ;instruction a.demonstiative .
This is enough. It kills the Sentinel acquainted with Sen. Taylor, and I Also, a splendid tlllh pre,muj F.N'GINC 3td Florida
comes fiom this side of ihe Atlantic.! We I order and an pn-.sitd'r. Exchange
good in
in
, dead ; and we might stop here simply that he is Mire that .the G nt'ralud: have been lo'd: however that the letter in I gine with;1 is Hollersic., complete every ie!]> f'n'l Doaic may be obtained; at from $13 to $17 per Tnt: subscriber will continue fh. business ef In**

rking that the other assertions of that if Pies dent, veto a bill containing the question was not written by Col. Bliss, but I by I I Safe to commence at 17 o'cWk M. month, etiry' thinz included. m al the old land, where he,will at all liiie*
The fee for the entire course 1'1| Lecture in'lo- be Ka.y to* the old of
Proviso. The Recorder is pure too, For further particnlam, apply to the undersigned i | | ee friends the boos* and the
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penis about Col. Bullilt, tvhosa manner is somewhat dif.ferer.t ding Ho ticket, are > 15. Maliirrfalion ticket public Person in
as near the truth ; but we bill aboJi It. at ItTadilon Court House. eraMy ebled fo fn* firm will
proceed a little further. the General would not veto a though still excellent. Whoever may A. H N'OYES, Agent. *. (once only) $3. Practical Anatomy.-(to be taken I l-lcarfe call and a'cttie their accr&nf ILt| an earl day. -

slavery in the District "clumbia. Tbe be ;its author' we begin to believe that we September :3J.( J"4". tl uTL.NTATIO.V once) $10. ISAAC N. DRAtE.IUIr"
The Sentinel says we withheld ihe himself is a Free Soil man, as are m.ide mistake in ascribing it to Col. Bliss. The friends and atwmni of tins Institution are inrilrtl t S, IMJ. 3 Sentinel copy, C
a FUR the Faculty during the W RENT one mile N.nh of to send lo
Da, O. Iutlerfrotn among tLc*e who and thousands, _of.others at tbe South. We hare not heard any one speak (,fit, who JL TaU.hlliH' JOHN P. D( \"A1. Lecture. |.erions in indigent circumstanrei whom Committed to- Jail -S

*th Fillmore against laing the Burnt-tlieir1-- rlncra.Ve pretended to allege that it was written by I I fffember 30. IS.". ll y require surgical operation, as i' oviMon hsbeen A NEGRO man named DICK. a**
., the Gen. Ta lor. But it is over his signature," New ftlllfft'i for accowmodat while unrl treatment. 32 years 5 'feet 6 inches
Gotfds-Fall bittlt and'
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table.
Trade. o\Jt.
A. that /
well might paper find the following letter in the Nashville Air*. Ga.,September 1C Is IS. 9 5tEdncat13x. !
plain and therefore' be must l be presumed to have "* built ; MARGARET.hisife.qed a.
that we alto withheld the name of oftbe 21st : written if, until good evidence be adduced S. F. BURNEY bO'II 20year., and CHARLES,rheir ton, erfau

**. Botts for he. too, toted with Fillmore ) ]ONR6 OJW' Aug.; 1648. that be did not. If he did write it, the follow :.\ just jet Btui'd from New York and would !ti. f1tiRe'srri4esofLEON MALE AND FEMALEACADEMYwrlrberesumdon few.ut miles 5 years from, were St. Mark Clicked light up at on wa the,- hi Jth.c ita,, a'

; tt.ough he offered the resolution) of the Whig Convention, as- ing which is also over his signature," shows .1 J. 'lormhipatt'tnsand frien li generally. that he ffi. M .n write in almost is hourly xpetlfrg per Brigs W kulla and] Lucy a October. Rev. WILLIAM NEIL :and Mrs. ELIZA" in a Hr. Ll-jd Hill of Marlon '
GiddiQ" for presenting the resolutions in the town of Joneboro"Vnn.)-I that the General can any sljlc. Coottfy. Fnt R.r.
exhibit the most Large and to ripfete assortment of A. NKIL:I Principal together with competent is- ida and were last from Cedar ten, whither the*
that surprising variety
in
.ou1cf ( Both together
the astute editor of ihe Sentinel rom your proceedings yon Fancy nnd staple Good, ... Terms usual. had Rine for the purpose of making rlieir way i.'
in
lhat Botll atxl Fillmore assembled wisdom have thought fit to of writing posers ever combined; one l1nnetll. Read madt* Clothing, Men' and Unyf Two or three young laities vMhin: to become pu- New Orleans, and are now fa the custody of the U.
( voted against my name sub-eleclor fur the county of mine. Such a man is well qualified lo write Cap. lists ol JuJin N. Genin's superior qualities, pfl in Ibe Female Academy can he accommodatedas Marshal, a* runaways

eato5 the table with the tame feeling*j Thi was dune while I was nb ent, bi,torv, poetry, theology, or on any manner of : Boot and Shoes. Hardware,Single and Double Bar boarderin Ihe family ol the Principal. The wrner h requester fo (me'' forward, pro?*'

10 why did Fillmore tote favor of the cause of my country in Mesico. subject whatever ; and who can lilY bow well relied Gun,Crockery Gla.s, Stone, Wood and U'il- September 1C, 1S4 l I.w Ware, with! a K-od assortment of Grocer,. Apply I.n 1". W. IlOTCHINS.
'.5 Wawring resolution) on the table, as motive I cannot comprehend bul judg. :' qualified tflf writ message to ihe Congress He tenders thank, very especially to t the 1.-dice. Horse and Wagon for Sale. U. S. D K. lot MiWU District of Fa.

Is agai init its HaUl from the policy of ihe party lo -A-hich ton of the United State, as their Chief Magistrate and regular rontomeri generally, for their libeial ,Wl HE lIOWEi. g lod servic*a. >le at Tallahassee S-ptembeV 2 linis7 .

re aDd passage opposed I am led lo believe that your object ? There can be no doubt or dispute on .patronage, and begs again the nofice ol all to his k. 8. i in-I.--'worksweltpricelow.. The -
0 did William O. Butler. But the subject.' Fall flock. WAGON i is covered, and will be a good Six Hundred DoOora.-
endeavor to buy up my principles by a
to
icIl10t mention die eame of any Sou'' of porridge-by tbe empty honor But here is the Doric )letter of GOD Ta,. I Liberal adrancei. on Cotton consigned to lii. ear 'plantation or market Wagon. Price low. TED tit parchaM immediate';. .a-
meat for shipment.September23 Apply t J. R. FORTUNE, Agent V V bed Dollars j. & .rit.
&, U Yetiog with Frilraorf! fortals tjV lcc'oribip, and_ wheedle .e kilo tw) lor. We be g 'the reader to, compare it with 1 18-19. 10 pt.m&u 10,1848. 9 AaJ'l" l >. 1M$. /* &.







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i .: P.- I"iio \\-hi ( the Cam- To Merchants. ANRXDMEST TO THE \
NOTICE. 'inr. h we t tract toot Country
i-:: : : MEDICAL I L dem mutual in from the Rev. E. L Frarer of r. Tin Manufactory has now, and is constantly Constitntioo of (the State of Florida. IN
Profcwrof .
i t f"\'H. WL: < :)N and VAN WYCK. (Ute i Kershaw Distiict S. C.i'armingtoii Tit addinztoits "ock. tf complete affortment ofT Creditors' Bill for

t .. J SurTv in the FranUm Medical Collie off I Kershaw District S. C., ) ;n of all d'fcriptions. It has added new ma- ; the third Central James E. Bruome and -
at" n.rtn.i'hi (or the Proposed and etjreeby other creditor ot A. M.
_!..' ".nI4L.'II'3.' Iii", r'"e a ;: May t. lshi. 5 .h.n,, by which the \\otk j is done better than ever
_n" rl.r Ih Hull'. l-evei and to the action of th* n"xt vs.Turbutt .
'UHmTV. Dr. Assembly
1 --4e'r; '!1UCI I haven rtl! in my family before in this' ..tace. ; subject
1b 't\ rRUCf1UXO' MEC.T.sTuDENT.: \ 'IP Till. and alo Dr. Spencer'* Vegetable Pills, General R. Dellnn.S.arah A.
; ; : ?: There i is Pe.ller trivellin? all Ihe year from Ma- Asscritbly.AN
: :. I'Patients from *di.tance e.n be w-M arcoinrvidatI I lor the :la:! t wo years and huerlf) hesitation i in fro- rianna lo the StivTanrtce River to supply the Merchant utnx of A. M. Gatlin, and

: ". .. I .>" reasoiable (trrn. either at the HoM ore nineiiih.ns lol>enn..l execlent lamily medicine *, who can alnajs rely on our wigon going ACT 'to amend the i'!lh Clause of the 5th Ar. WHIiHtlA By an...

1 i" S :..' II-iirJi.it i ii,."*-,of V llr. and ;.J r" *iem -aid I a* an art ..I jti.tice to the worthy tiroPrie.f1or through the secfton a*>ove named snrt delivering the tide of the ConstitMi.'n of this Sute "o that the ,
f :. 'i M-lieal and bJrgical t. lhee ill".1I..hlf'? Pill I will ,state lor lie itlormatittn : cembcr IS 17.in 1 the above :'
the SiVenbfic I Tin. Any order pent hy mail rtill be r.romt>tly attended Jude of the Circuit Court shall hold Iheir offices -
.;: cae ma re n're. aidili<>::3Ctioi: of all concerned, that uiy tothe Merchants signed was appointed among
: i aittlJehired instead of
1 at once -
: during
to to. for a terw of eight >ear
hnull STUDENTS of what i i4 due to I
6 lc.il
: A nuoiVrol TICK: wil. wife, ruior to ont mirriage: had been ra. te or 'the without an account
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ahvays same .
XVe that are
s'ate I"r behavior.SECTIOJT
.z" prices good
1e, ', re.-eive.I.who will hcnplied with flonc'. I ; j tie! nulijert rf Chill gnu Jo'c""Ulnr about iMghle.iii the least variation. 1. He it enacted ty the Senate and H-iusc claim and lo alt other .

< ,.; .. tit mical. aid n'li-r Pre .aration*-will. be. rcgu- i I nv>nth*. having tried variou* U'fU.J."ill"ul *uc- \\> have on hand I the following ai tides.a< well as of Representatives of the State of Florida in Gen' tin, with interest I thereon ; I
of tfcnr t..d.e. ar.rJhztnth .vh. l K few That the aid Master
reduced tl ther
much
: "v exa i >Ad 11 th.r| '. I cess, and was v -ry I every thing kept in our line : era! .""tm"'! convened. That the 1'th Clause of M
J .. mole piIr4Id in the hrt 1'rlh.r da\# af'er our marriage ate commencrd ".ih'pen. need Coottlnt of thii Stale be men! to be published in the
L4'" ""rlla't11l'h as every family *; Me Slh Article of the Constitution .
'e. lo c.m.o-.J; and II : .e C'r"n Pill, aid i in a day or two afterwards.il h Il'ilTs per pflbli.heod"eekl! in i '
K: '?-, -.,ill blaurSt : Stove of the mod aPl'rwf-cl1cinlt l in u"e ; Air TiehlStoves HO amended a. fn read ai follow, viz: Thnt at the
i. : be i"'ractd !in I he I! ": I'ilff she used atxnit half a l'ox ot each ; I the re- other puolic newspaper as he I
: i.3ii-iei. '"4! "II ; for Chambers P.ilors, or Offices ; CofferRnsstt.t' expiration the pfesfent term of office of the Judgsof
.i. -Weeding! tup-, her health the creditors of the aid !
i i
. RIflCLCtRSh.eregiinetl I
I"e suit .
; .s' a
Ice Cream Free- hrre.inaft ,-
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Rod Iron
;:: e/ Jiy lltl' Double Pumps; the Circuit Court, with the exception '
"; and has had return of in before him,and prove I heir
and tfrenctli no
.:, Iz. lljndiiu. &e & I very rapidly zer1' &(. t mentioned, the Jiiitices of the Supreme Court i ,
.:: .. r' Am.rican ri.v first of next and ; l
May
i. av Chills and ''ffer sine r. I believe Iheje m licinesi day ; I
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. : erh," n' 11ri".tt JIne3.tq. |<5Harana and !he Jti.'ges of the Circuit Courtshal' elected ik.
:' '. : iii new aid proved .. das \vhoshall come in and pro'e .
.2. Greater variety I.>bt nnle- tnll.tt ; and when u- pfC\Rcalty their
.; .:. .ill a for a term ot eilit years, and shill! toW otlices (*,
fadl.l.es fcrft" be excluded I
shall t
.UX 'reiil ra-re practical directed, are ettetuU-d with jtisfacorv r<"ui| '. Syrups aforesaid
or | under the
i.: fur that term. unless! sooner removed pro-
; E. L. FRAZER. ,1nd Frnercrt at "0"0 clone the KDOXEN the removal of cree ; and that such persons
.I.n't.. rnvbepnvt "i.i..J'i made in this; Constitution for who shall in before the
tliUd-part-nent.il come
. Pu :': In eoEeVV! with" a* p',**iUle.! $ .i Iiilinr-rv, The following, te.timonyrom an influential' Planter 1\ ) Orange Raspberryand Orange FlowerS Ji.'Iges by address nr impeachment ; and for \vilfulleirlect their debts! do. before they
r el.t'lhat a4 ": S r -, of other rI'3.onal.leI'auf'? which .i
. ',. rtti of l.-.th t-lif,1! lanl I <:i'ii i.:1 1 Pa- inV.hmg'.on County, we lake 'from the Macon ip duty, or contribute to the I (
lb. < : in Jars.
!t} .r r : 4 do/ Havant Preserves Mall: not sufficient cround for impeachment.' I the I na
.tsi mil have the the ol this suit, If
:3h be opened! when -'s, I Telegraph :' 4 lIa'ld Gra' Hammock Al'ply'o I address etpen&j I
I wil lome- 'Invernnr hall remove of them on the ot
any
,. (3., January 5, 1SJ7.' Master." And it was ,
of flit-illy tin-lying lilrIUt Washington CnOJnlY FORTUNE (
0 'orl'inttf jtrj J. K. Acenf, >f I Iwo-thiid of I the General \.emhl.w.! Pfociiled
r.i/. : JulY ):h. l I" I Dr. Calvin 1':: Hall-Dear "ir-It has hoer a'.out At ti.e Tin ,..' be taken of all Kecurtlies or '
J", ,I t r.a.ho e:, Jine.1: t'tie. 4\ ry hmcrver, That I the cause or cause shall be stated, at
I' J T. vlL'v;. M D. three yt-arsMnce I commenced uing >i>ur Ftvir and I creditor respectively, and a ) I
; I length in such address and rnl..I..1 01 the journal of .l
.. : .':. c. VAN WYCK. M D. ,1f,, and .iiiti-t'erer Pills, on my pi-intalion. I Ice Ice Ice That the same, and ul the value of
( each trf
I 1 House. .1nJprovidedfurlher. can'e
: : '.'.. Julv "1 l CmFire l.uvc had a large number of cjos of Cl.ill and Fever TM IE! "rri'f.'r.H"illl1.'li"er! ICE at the Ice heave shall be notified to the Judge 110 intendedto ordered that all parties may t :
or causes
: ------- and nme few ol Billions Fever and in no in- JL Ulornin at 4 cents terrogatories produce ail .J"
--- from 5 lo 7 o'cl-ick ev -ry retail -I be removed and he shall be admitted to a hearing ;
'17 Insurance tancc of eilher/iwmol Fever have I failed t. eflecl lb. their custody or power I *
: .' I'I'.1lf at the Ice Houe, or 5 cents per ail; town.Persons in his own defence, before anv vote for such removal
when dfefliunlyere; 'followed and before the said Master, a* the
they tvill be
a fare were livine in tha surrounding villages
shall and in such I he vote shall be taken ,
1 By) the Jilna Insurance Company taken at the commencement of the dis31t. I have furnished Ice at the Ice House for 3J cents pet I hy pa's and:! and, entered cue on t the Journals of eich rue?I." t ;,*
yeas nays .
CONNECTICUT.rXVUS had! in using Pill than with Now, therefore, all
; :: OF HARTFORD greater success jour pound by the hundted weight house respectively.SKC. persons
I other medicine I have ued in J T. DAFFI.VT or* of said A. M. Gatlin arc
J still continues her Agency at any ever my family ; J. & I
it a'leeI That I Ihe first
:: Company 2. Be further en Judges
:
.1lf ; = there is doubt that when used according to directions r 41 aid order notified tu produce
\ 1 Tallahassee. ThelroOl'lnel.a".I stability: olt't no ,IIahasvr* MJ : ie-ti. appointed under this amended Constitution,shall be

: ? Company for the ,last thirty yeais.; I a Mithcientj. I I will ellcct a speedy and radical cure. ALACHUA HOUSE. divided by lot into four clas.e The first class shall: vouchers in support (hereof, I t ] '

.': i.ranle. of her soundness. She has. .t.Kxl the test Your, with respect rl I.'.. I hold his or their office or olfices for the term of two securities therefor bfore me |
in New York snd r>ait, .,1 S EMANUEL: P.ROWN. .tU'nanllCilI FlariJa. _I1!! hassee, within the time j
fire '
I I all the great nll.r 'arO.lIle second for the term of four >eats, the third
.:. United Stales I and: so arranges her Iminfi"* Ih.1 t tT 1 fjr:>- The above valuable medicines, fresh and) genuine the I f.r the otherwise comply with the .
>'ie r pi IE subscriber hating purchased house and : term of six years the fourth for the term ot /
: areu.r'aieI'y LEWIS i. AMES, that hey I be admitted
her, not allowingifr may
oi\e lire can cripple fr inj'ire J. formerly t.'nt.nd occupied by J.W. 1zhllt'tr'.
: : ( certain amount of risk! in I It July 1. I IMS. M Tallahassee, }'la. premises Dated this third day of ( I t
."i.nl. to take over a Pearson Esq at 'wnan.illt'', E. I- ., i is now [Passed the Se-n.tebylhe Constitutional majority. SIMON '
-
one and all towns built entirelyi.ii. accomim-d-ite Bouidtis and Traveller December 2'1. 1M7. "Pa .ed Ihe House of
tith. viy "I"ci. avoiding: -Dr. Bp Vegetable Pills ready to and Representative Decemb.r4.iS47. 20

";, ,._ tt WlMvl.Ml I A> hope by hits exertions to make hi* gie-'tt' at comfortahle by the Constitutional majoritv January 6, ,--,---- |.
ris'ts ttled promptly, aT'ably! lo the He has 1S4S. In the Circuit Court of
are < Tonic mid Rc'iernfirc Cillers. as posib'.e.: cowl tabling, and a ] I f
.:}: .1larai<>n. in the p-ilicy.). W.' are thankful for the CiTft rate ostler always attendance.. I April 15, IS IS. 30 rom I Florida in and for the j
f : ,
) and friends to whenevei I It For the Purification of t'le BteoJ and Jietloiingef
our
bt-g
"I GEORGE M.
GALPIN.
jl
I.
; p .llul.ro" lt. U. S. MAIL LINE :
: aid we will risks on 3* the Xytttm front till MvrUitt Secretions of the TO SPRING
wi. insurance NVwnansville, May 11. I I"I IS. 43
i: ,;. iivwrable icy }terms a* aIY C"n):':-iv ol, e.pul ..lldinop.II' Glands, .Sfrm (m.1 liter, .Morbid Humors, and ------ ,4 ., Leopold Greenberg, Charles

i:::$ j. R. FORTPNE. Asent 1'itinted Stile flf t'tf fiyttim, iff.rl Groceries,&C-- .. berg. Henry Grertbergand

At th Tin Manuractorv. 'HESE Pills and Bilters have been steadily tjiinX ;. : Kline. merchants and : .
.: LBS BACON HAMS, SIDES and .-
10. t* N. Ti i I' iiii ID popularity a in on if an: cia sn-are not? flow 10 000 \ in trade he '
:i T.'h.1.t SHOULDERS: ; i ,usimr I name,sl
.i :' amon those ol ,.lIIblllll. eilicacy; or experiment.il I.HHI (Ibs. host Lest L-ird firm of L. ii II. Greenbeig !
Groceries.C character but can be lelicd as roin o-itH'ii- _.2. *'
>
upon |'
I I.I ,.
[ : 5'KJ' lb<. Carolina Rice, r
... < S. KVIO1IT C'.: tiuu-s; to n-ceirehv every ve'e. :- louii.Jcd! upon cot rert therapeutic principlfand yi bbN. Si L.uis Flour From Tallahassee to Macon.TljrouJh William S. Carpenter. |

! ; --. .'.. .t. s-I I (r..m Ve.v. Orleans. LAIMK SUITL'.KS: OF confided in a* tat*, pl!a-unt, and efficient Metlu inr-4 lo sacks R 0 Coffee, in forly.tico hours from Tallahassee to defendant and all I
r.tt-rKW:! ::< He mak.- vfhenvera Tvntr .Iprritnt i is ie! Hid, ai>d TilE take notice of the
audio Chnrlmtim
\tOX. in
J.fl{. n \XI 5'.1' gallons choice Liiiinrs. and Wines Macnn days, *
.I I. if.eVCf toc.:ll aad him bv.re a Purgative t.r ; iie interest ( \ .ite Wi.t'fl'l 5') bills! double: r'ctlli.'f'hia1cn., lo Boats on"orth by (hey ( ,,

-. : they "prt with their i:one->. I Pills atone stand tutri vatted. III do./en be>t Port Vine, .\ the-fourth ilatt.r '. and plead to the declaration I .'

't ,_ .' .\.u't :1. 1.1.. :t They will_. poittlvehymtre.. and hare. i in IIH'l.I tl t" ManVirA: \Win. HE Stage will I leave Tallahassee on Monday, j cording to law.
--
"
.' I" C3et U.Hi'el''la.! Jaundice. I.nt'r ConipUinls, 4 Sheny \Vedllesc1a%s. and Fridays, 011I o'clock A. M, : I ,
: ,
r. Boot and Shoe Making1. |i Eruption: of tlis SUin, Sallow Complex: unerul
I S Claret and arrive in Macon (via Q'lincy' B.li.b.ide. New- .0\ ,

, .) 'l'atu" \' :. .... Ifl pucIiasd the :: I'dllil i! _\ .1.0li Afpctife; S'3ppre"e t I1rf.;>iration, Soap. Candle, St-rch Chee.e. Pickles Ol'ves, Ion Albany ,Americus and Perry,) on Tuesday*. July 29,1S4S. 2 *

,, : sloe: ..and mal ."11.1! I.CAK j I &.c. &.c. A* an \ -client era-tfator i f mercuryfromthetyittm Olive Ol'::. Catsup Mustard I'epper.Ground Pepper Thursday: and Saturdays: at II) o'clock. P. M :"in *,
' :- rt. who i is t b.ni( l.-avni" tie! Slate I .1 j\ I these Pills:and ii: !' r"are ttro fuJi.d.!
: t Xt.I.tFE1.T.; ; Green and Black Tea, &c., ic.. at I the n -w er.'ct.retore ) time for lilt cars 'tot Sotw..nL..vinsr Macon onMiiidi' STEAMER -
.
< .
The PiHs ant IIil-:
indicationreipiirirg. t..nCf'r'
; inlonas .1* Irit-nd and the 1 of S. S. KNIGHT. W..lnM.JaoJ Frid-iys. at 4 o'clock A -

*' I t-'lj'iic: ..,.t r"lt'clutl.Ir..nt.t the oldland.heie j'I ter. aid \sIstn! they hould betaken with' tll delay: J- April'29, I IS I IS. 41 M., and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays. Thursdays .
.
: ; : hi rep1rt tu ( work in !te: Inc with a prtttntire nf the forMtition ff acute tliteatf aic and S..I'ml.a\l. al lu o'clock P. M This line .
Ii He '. "id 1he i.e.t \'ten the t'tngtir is turrit! ; '':': the wine i it' Pure of Quinine.
Sulphate
,
I o"n.: ." tnt I '1.11Ch.; h.- toO I:I connect with the Central Rail HHad. avann.lh, Augusta .
I
e:.c.if 'iin i *, and all sit of miteriai:., a:.id will! ,,,' hi::! Cw'.o-ed: : \\ I'n theme is .pain in the sioinach I subscribers? have on lund two hundred and Millcdgeville and Western Rail Road lo Co- ) [

:: ...ilteat ..nt niir; "ar.d in the l lst nuarer, GEXTLEME.VS -i, ''101 b r.\ -l.; when' there are nervous irritations ; THE v ounce ot Sulphate! ol Quininevthieh they i Ituihn. Ga.; -It also connects with the Mail Line JAMES I

COOTS AND SHOES ot every .irocr-p-1:! i whey there are pai'jj! in the hack and heaJ ; when have obtained; diiect from I the mamifactniers, and : from Quiney to Chatlahoochie, and thence to ApaUchicoU. i ripIIK undersigned avails I II .

.. .. It, r.titet.l: | sV.ed.and: otherwise repared: m.i the skin i i. hot. dry, or yelUiw! ; wl.en the appetite from JtL informing the public
li .)!* they will warra.it it to I.ea s'i.ersuur; article. Passengers ran go Tallahassee to I *
.. n4 1 *t>!le a'td a m .
i. .. *:.4t his ""rl to be eynl to any d.,ne in the pl.ce, > ent on the roail between Tallahassee and Macon. I I the Suwannee River between

;:_ 'j .Jtogieas i gc-c-J satijfact.cn as to fitting!; as any If .taVen on the occurrence! of ar.;" or a'l l ol thc'e orders tot aiticU-s in onr line at wholesale or retail The public may rest af.urt'lllhal every attention will Keys. This boat is strongly .)
indic of djfae much
and
' '. C ..tr wurkrin. tiuns approaching : pain on the most accommodating terms. he paid to the comlort cf these who may patronize terials and propelled! by two
JOHN LERCH.MiyS. icknea UII\ be ,prevented due for Ihe this Line. carrying one hundred ton
alan to
We have a few account yet us
The above Mcd.riuc-5 fresh; and f'naineIre for
IJ ,
1347. 42 tf vear l h-l1. They are cenerally in small amoltr.I FARE: cotton with suitable :: i l *
saV LEWIS
& AMES.
t' :': by bat if the whole could be paid shortly. it would sjof I From Tallahassee to Quiney,J.-2 5(); 'to Bainbridge, senger, of light draft .
Notice. :; 1 M TalUhiSjee! Ha.
.. i iOIX J'.lyl.JM, f far toardi liquidatingeettain sums which we owe. $5 ; to Alha.\v! SI I. and lo Macon, S2. cs water thereby enabling her I '
-- ---- ----- --- '
:' .: mtilths! aft"r d.e.! the mlers'gn'd ''il! jre- | Medicines LEWIS: & AMES. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By regularly at all seasons ol' the *

.. i s.tint their a"cMN and v-rachtrs l.i the HonoriM i Drugs, &c. April2'ISS.<: 41 JOHN M. YARN Aeent.fC5 I' bin and Cedar Keys.l leaving

.'. J-iii of Pr,iUite' of ient.q Ciiurtty, and npHv! '! ): Office al t the P anlf'r'lI Hotel. Taliahasaee-C. ,I DAY morning at 7 o'clock *

'. ", (.,t I-".'u of !:imi*in as Administrator! and Ad-I EDWARD BARNARD JR.. Cigars Cigars F:. BAILEY Agent ; at ohio NATHANS, in Quiney. i every FRIDAY morning. I

...
wJ Cju.ttv. deceased. itHAS! ("h sddiiiou to hi. stock ol' GEN: 15, and for sale bv -- --- her lo l'elf\lrrn two trip per ,

A. fc A. C \nK. I ) : AND MEDICINES: all of L i. H. GREENBERG & CO. DR. J. REESE'S will cheerfully acquiesce in, 4

l, AdTjHi! ; -irit sr t. I Adrr.ini-tra'rix. are ol good
.. %II!:. Tlit"'1'" .F. 1..1. 1.t'' ",'1 r ..\'', UII tun.t a general! assorlment ol the following LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P capacity to the one now '

which are w.rrar.tid "IIui"! .,-,it : I2DWAKD M. VET, ticable this boat \\ille.\ttnd .
EIISONS of feeble
and
constitutions those of se-
Notice. Il.- r*'. Panecra Kuwan l'" Improved Tonic Mix- wannee river to the Upper
Public habit, often troubled with habitual
; : A = I.C.Tf,1: b' maj, :1 the n"t j 1'ire, \\ ,tar'* Kjl-utn WilJ Cherry I'randrelhV Notary dentjry are Wilhlacoochie! river.

..1 !.,inn t'r.14"r: 1 uf Itnridi. f.r I I'ih't'rm: o's Celebrated? Cathartic, Camphor T.f[ [_f 11.1 S S;f;f;, FLORIDA. co"tivei>{g*, which cften exerts a very unfavorableintlnence The undersigned would I
; health ,
i theirgentrai I hid
: ,.i of thC StktlJet: ot! .April 15, I :59 upon n i* particularly theis of this (
'. 1 mcorfofll"1 Worm C.u.h. and Dinner Ijtf.etises or.p1anI'oJCIetlr i'.1s1 tnamle-t.d il proprietors |*
\ hy irreculanty, n .t total loss ofsj.ette.
: .TIJ "1'l\t"! Ral .' of F1'lri.1. I d..1 I Vveravd Agu. :II mod!, Lu-enia (Cordial condition elvesot I:lie provision of an
; In this of the system, I his article -
. .i Julv I.h. :l :mIn [ Thm"*:!'* EyeVater, 1'- '.funll'I'li"ir, : <.( O|'iuin, Spring and Summer Goods.BK'ITOX it confidently recommended with the iurnce improve Ihe navigation and to's:4( -

''jnds Sjrsiparill.i, Turner' Fever and Ague l'iik.Tte'e nee rinr. and for other purrc n,
'- tf IhedoSK i i. !
Court. that t i'r.'l'cs'Y adjusted *e at not totiove I
WakuUa Circui ditto Gordon's fiilliou-i and Anti Dyspeptic enacted at the last esion of
.. j & Illia.'S; tie bOWelS tooaclitelv, relief nia be relied
SPitING: 111\1. ". [Pill, I Berlin: it!'* Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. PHers. and the Sale of Florida ; that they | ( pt
S : and general ort- upon! vkithcut any or even least unpleasant coil.sequtncei I
large <"
receiving >
"ril! Liimpkui. .Agent ) Aticliment., Spencer's Pili. and i i" Agent l lot S. P Townsend's ARE now a resulting from the ue of I their company pursuant to the i 1
common (
GOODS
SPRING AND! SUMMER
I ol i.l purgative
"
K .ert Lumpkm. 1 ,I"V). ceN-Hratt-d! Sar ll'uilla. i in quart bottles, at SI per under the name and style '.1 : *
to whit h they invite the attention ol the I'\lbllc. medicines u ( |
I b'IIIIt"'t1..IIU.etlf1r! Lemon Syrup, pteparctl from Improvement and Steam
L .
I B"l I I1v *1"0) 'M subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the
March-'J.IS.S.I
,.1.I.m; ". Cari nter. I I, (!Kite Citric or /-e.-*./i Acid, lar tire'erable for the properties of this medicine by mirg it on The Company w ill I soon '
: l.fet Jjtl : I othors interested take nu sick that uuall nuid London I preventive I"hich( due nol C'.il1 be
< thin
": ,'i | or ordinary use > .
T.IS Just Received I ti it. iir" i nl irn..1 is- .of an approach log attack. Thereare I
of the iu<-itnlun .,f the ahore >IIII: hy itlichnent j Porter &.C., &(. Cotton and other product of ,
constitutions lidl''e! ; to regular attack ol
I.EWISH;- Diug Store, a fresh supply same *
ayn ear a-.d plea to the d.chnlj..nf.J June 10. ISIS. 47 AT liberal cash advances upon ,
S 2t New and Valuable I l\1tdIClnei-ilIJIOJIIJ which (tillioni Fever alniu-t every fall ; to uch the u>e off t
-' in the case. within the time pr'scriHed i t.v L" when required: A* !t>on a* ,
S medicine i i. !
H. N. r.n\Y i Western Produce and Groceries. I, aie I the 'fidTtwing : tin r ci-mmei.ded beginning to use it ; tillable packet* will be e-.lahll : *!
,' the middle, of first t ot June
Mol Ilr
1p Attorney 'far I DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE: PILLS AND KESTOKVTIVE by I ITho between Cedar K..u and \'\
1. iSl.t !; 's-" "Iainlif.Jul TGST received a Ure supply; ol PROVISIONS : BITTERS I >e wlitive organ are feeble often experiewva i leans for the conveyance of at
D GR'JCEUIES! at the attire of of t'llInt'S:4..i hl and (
Designed for, and trill nir,. Iy pepia. Liver ComI >cii
Molassea Barrels S. S. KNIGHT. I plaint Piles, -x-tofula, J.llndlce-and all kindred about 'the stomach alter eating will (find this ditious mode ol I ,
Jane 10. 1Clq.! 47 cine afli; rd almost immediate relief. rn.di'l I
5 VERY CHOICE MOLASSi BARRELS for | diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure > eithei market a. well as return >
---- -- -- ----- I Ihearibnrn
lo site at the Store of S. S. KNIGHT. Notice.SIX tta'eol blood. Ladies near their confinement i.fte i suffer destination. The rales: of
DR. HULL'S! : WORM' LOZENGES, and costivenc : to uch this article \i \i
June 4sPROSPECTUS be
I ISH.
17. _ I, instance e\.C'rMllhrole '
___ months after dJle. I undersigned.. Adminis The safest most effectual and pleasant preparation highly recommended a* it ran l I.e u of the of Charles t'ckSleill.l.lte of '
fi estate i> ( It'a-I 'darner and with great benefit. In sick or nerv-
I.eforithe public, fur the eradication of %WORMS in
rate i id contemplated at an i-
44t* CF Leon County, will present his Accounts an I vouchers : Children or Alut!!. Iris headache it i i. invaluable. /
he increase business shall ) *
The Southern Literary Gazttl, before the Hon. Judge of Probate 'for .aid County, HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES.Will This article will be found to act a' a pie sint cordial .
The f..C'i IiI it'*offered part ie
-.. IN ATHENS GA. and pray for a final settlement anJ discharge from and tonic, restoring the appetite! and at the ),
WEEKLY JOURNAL
x- ,' jk. CUMMOCCD said t'iItl..le- PREVINT Consumption, and CCRC all case of to visit the Keys, at all sea") .
4L ON kATCBDAY TiE \lrnorflY. Cold. Asthrna.Spittingol Blond I'dins in the Side, same time fulfilling every intention th.t the common Ihe most healthy and deirabl

;; EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS.fM.lClE TIIERESE nECK 'F.Iy( her agent,) Shortne of Breathand all other Pulmonary Corn- purgative are intended 10rfff'Cl.1 purely rrelaltle ,. I and others in the Stale, and the !

: it not, S uh: of Ihe Putorc. a kir.gle JOHN DE COHCE. and when} used according to Ihe direction, the i
tic SUW3n'er
pki; U, Jo'inul who e sole object i is to dtvelup and M rCO, 1SJS 41 6 or rlaint.'L'O- will be foun.ian invaluable article.especially to those inducements ceneryof to to avail

: ("ler literary ta.le and talent in the Suth this ---In- -Hamilton- Circuit Court.-- DR. HULL'S FEVER: AND! AGUE PILLS, afflicted with Dypepia, Derangement of the Liver, ant an "cofiion.This many.

'.t4' lACtjs certainly! a 'idicient reason ftr an earned atteidpt Well known a* a Safe, Ceitain and Effectual Cure or General Debility. Company: having as
establish such a journal. The Uiluie of MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike
fUi to [ for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittentand Prepared by county, IeqiKsite' arrangements for the
;previous effort cannot bt regarded hy the intelligent MY TKHM 1SJ*. ali other FUt'rI.lliee reduced to Seventy-Jive Georgia, and for sale by appointment at commodation of the public

4 tnind a.an arllellalin 1 such an :Hemt.: J'boe John William ) \ Cents per HOT. E. BARNARD. Jr's.,

t&ipr failures. m-y have been, and prol>*bly were, the relit r*. > Dill (or Divorce. \ The abote Medicines, fiesh and genuine are fur Drug Store, Tallahassee, age.For further' particular,

a of circuirnJariv.lo longer e\i.linj;. 1'he need | Pru.ia Williams, lu's Wife. ) [ sale by LEWIS & AMES.Talhaha'usee DANIEL LAUD Newort SMITH & Co., Columbus :

.- of .ich an or. tn in our rnidat i i" k t Uhivei.ally ac- I -appearing to the sati-faction of the Court that Fa. Monticello, RIS Madison Messrs. : |

're..- krwttiecI, that not to attempt to IUIIIlllh defici ; IS Piuiia Williams; the Defendant in the above stated For certificate.* of recommendation and other information Quincy, Cedar Keys, or lo the under h |

u-y, W".lld indicate. a dure ird ot the vi u" ol caie.diK not reside in the State of Florida and coneerning I the above Medicinessee luture HARDY RnVAN.A J.o\ i

the time scarcely mure .lrlrbl;that (hat: the !iid defendant resides in Ihe State of Georgia advertisements and pamphlets which may be obtained nt for Thomas county' Georgia. And

sa The :progress o' the a (, il"XC""le'l .o that the ordinary process of law cannot be of the Agent May 22. I.17.. 44 Columbus, florida January

1r the: South in Co.ntnerce. Manufacturf*. and IntenulImproremerili .,rved iiion, her : upon motion of M. U. L. 1Ieelh.I March IK, 1..1.. 35 ; -

l$ ini..erativfly demin.t a c->rresj.cndIT I I Solicitor for Complainant l. // it ordered by the Court, --- --, DR. ('. H. BUNTING, *-
t Ivance ii lileratur To aid in this o'jjKt. Tint h"'iC'ee w. ). 17
.% jn-at perfected upon Raul defendant by SURGEON DENTIST S LLX U C3 W
I Cabinet &c. ,
j l. he In* tbl'nhed a Weekly J.um.I1 the seat publication, according to I-IYV 1.1 that case made and .Making-, Aftnrtioy HI
Unirer. of Gev ia and rallied! arounJ I undesigned have as- permanently l located i in Quiney Florida, Monlitello Jeffrrson -
Fit of the i'y >r I provided : And it i* herely vrdertd by the Court, CO-PARTNERSHIP. HAVING ,
FIr.? tie best write* of !the South.The mat the said Defendant appear on or before the first t ( ,and from this date | lenders his service to the publicin attend the Circuit
.. the two shops will be united, and t the !business conducted the various branches his prt.fu lion. From hi* WILL !
It Editor is a ured of H,, support of his able day of the next term of aid Couil to be held on ; uil,and of.l.he

C.JJufUf in the Ol.tm Ma acine, ar.J alf of much, Wedneidiy alter Ihe first Monday in October nlI. by LYNCH St. VINGERHOETS. They are experience and success in practice, he feels assured Lantern, circuit.rioriaa.Monticllo. !

4 S btliT Utanre from the mOll prominent wi lets oltheStuth. and answer the complaint of the Complainant in his prepared to do all descriptions of work in tht'ir'line, ol being able tu please those who may patronise him. August t'2, tS4o.
fl S with fidelity and despatch and on as reasonable terms Dr. B. refers the public to ------- --
ThcGAZETTEUmadeupot upo! tnatl- boils Rill rhargt d..r they ,'illbe taken as confessed! and
-.. original: and ,.ltllI; and comprises.!. T.lt Ea,4, the Court will grant such d.-crce as shall seem proper 'for ca.h or appr: red l acceptance. as any workmen in Col. W. T STOCKTON, Dr. J. M- W. DTIPSO.V., Doctor John

Uxelehe) at| Travels Poetry. triuei.II', arid a General in that case made and provided. Ihe country. The rouiinncd: patronage: of the public Gen. C 11. DUPO.NT. Dr R E. LITTLE. professional

Mi,c llany ut : !1 ,- ?!.J A true coy from the minute of the C'mar : i is iuo:t respectfully solicited O.Tce opposite! the M. f:. Church. Ladies trailed OFFERS, -"and,

Literature. Art aid &itlct. Particular aticntiun i is JOHN S PURVIANCE. Clerk. F. J. LYNCH.GERARD on all their residence U usual. in Wm. Wilson's Building

]given to Scientific( and Practical Mechanics. June *. I&.tq. 4'3 4m : VINGERHOETS.Tauanassee Seplemlx-i H I, IM7.I S Store Tallahassee.February *

' In M.fh i iicl. execution it i i. f>'srsae4eil; l hv nf eon.4. N ivember 0,1 1 1s17. HiSULKY Fine Perfumes _2'i. 1M*.

tem'r.try; aol the aid ur the Cae arts \villnotbe Hamilton Tax Sale.Y :
,
n-ittifU 'o enhance: it* attraction. Portrait 01! virtue of the |'o\ver tested ii me by law, I FOR S.-\LE. Apply to From the Manufactory of Lnbic, Paris. John P.

.. &i ithern writers, an! 1 ;pitlre. of Southern: Life audn.'ry. B shall expo-e for sale, before tie, Court House J.'R. FORTUNE, HEDYOSMIA Helilrope! Jockey Club Rose Ce- ATTORNEY

C will :e ftr'le.The ? dior in the town of Ja"per, Hamilton County, Flo- Jane 10, [SI'. 47 At Ihe Tin Manufactory. : Putchouly, Mignionetle! .
:, 1 Klitor C'I.'J 1.1. appeal-to thfiien.l. of jid.i, o-i the first Monday ii: November ISH the .Ambrosia rilla.. ; Hr. of Aratia Ber. de la Reine, WILL practice in the

b.-: I.l:!Ti''irei the SouLh : i n<1 li.- :. ;:1"1'> *>. ;'-.o.nI'r"1: r.tltmvini divrrilied \rarry\ \ nr a* much thereof' as Attachment. Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte Vervain District Court of Appeal,

.. thit! hii entr.'rsdd ;:- 11 1 aid .'ihtful' i,411". lv! will pay ;::L"J'.,tr and County Taxes due thereon for M.rrocain and e"". lou In Justices Court for the Id Wahid of Leon county.Juatias Gl 'ha'1i Ashland P'rlumeand Office in Win Wilson's )
. rate eff.rt a ;.ar anl zei:rou,li.t h. h.en ., pri-I ,theear l.47, tu wit : Preston &
ed. and upwards.e Our T'nnnait'1 Stt'i,rri'jrr* The South \WI j ailer of Sp"'Iiol31., TtmnFhil' R. Fortune, Agent ) Merrill's Extract: cf Fragrant Flowers. Book Store Tallahassee.Februarv .

1. pleJ!<*-l' their *-i,> )rt tn tlte pjp r.. U.'IIIII.i. \\*,! 1. Rin e It. S.iuti! and tpurpoitin-g to belong to r,. > Debt SI 1 U 50. The true Farina Cult.nf'-alio Ihe French and 2t, 1'-1:. J'

q co-n.ili'ie. l, the editor wi. In..ili' In publish William Mill R. II \Vhilil > Ames inn. Lavender and Fl"rida.all'rl., Bay Run

hi. Jonrntl, bit it i i. MOW uiven to publicrith JSIA11( T. RAISDEN.! : Sheriff "Ill 1 IE defendant and nil ethers are herthy notified of ami Apu.i de U Reine, tine Cosmetics, rich Pomades G. W.

Iheutej-iirocal :'*jrancefliit it Sill! h permanent. I and tt officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. 'for '47. 1 the commencement of this suit, returnable to a Hair-oils and Hair-iheo, Shaving and Toilet Soaps.

TfiR\I %-I. The Soutirra 1.ltar.I GaUt\< April S. I IMS. 3-i Is Justice Court lo I tie l.i-ld at Tallahassee on Ihe Oth tine and coarse Comb, (.rushes fur the lIud.Tet"l h. 7.'lLL.fl11 ;

P a "uhs.Iweedy.ni a hnd."nf imperial: 'Itl Irlo of day ot, October next, and to appear and plead to thesame. I Nail and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream ALES in of' the

. 8 pa;**-:printed from new type, i.is fie while Leather Top Buggy for Sale. I in pots. For sale fey LEWIS & AMES. S any part solicited.II. .
IaIe. Given; under land and seal of December ISI1. 20 respectfully
one second I. .ad Urge l-vo Horse Carouch. my this 2d day An- 4. .
11 E? '
2. It i ii fnrnuhed In ein'le s>iS'<:riber! at Tn.Dtliar. .. ALSO to J. R. FORTUNE gual.t A. D. Ib43.
Apply ,
II. BOND I
| Esq.,
p'r io-im in adcance td to club of six June 3,1515. 4AI the Tin Manulactory.DR. EDWARD M. WEST [SEAL ] Spices, Pickles, &c.TTNDERWOOD'S J. W ARGYLE Esq., I|
, fjf Tel Dallnrt.ICJAII Justice of the Peace. pickled Gerkin.Mangoes.- (

.:: ro lm"nialio"? not tnnhininl remittauce J. 8. BOND AugtHt 5, I IM5. 3 3m i \J i ions and mixed Pickles; pickled Lobster Walnut January 22. lb4S.

article moat to and Tomato Ketchups Capers Olive Oil, Mustard
,nr post-paid -
Inlicilt S his professional ervice to the citizens and Cid M. D. P
Ilre OFFERS LEWIS & AMES, i Pepper Pepper Sauce. Vinegar, fresh
WM C. h3IJ"ee and the surrounding country Gooseberries and Currants in bottles fresh Salmon
A
1drrJ; RCHRDI.Anr" OT(. at Cot. Fuher'. HoteL DEALERS
Shad and Halibut
in
.,i S Ma 13. 14S c ani"tru. Curry Powder andGaYt'nr. Practice in all the
May 'l ?. 1'311.t5 / DRUGS. MEDICINES PAINTS. on. .. Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger Currant WILL i
Toilet Articles ic. \Vlndow GlassPAINTERS' : Office on the
MedIca Notice. Perfumery, Jelly Maca'rroni Vermicilli, Russia and American itol. South t

% ? THE: uD-er..r day formed I rn.parN Patent Shower Baths. BRUSHES AND COLORS Isinglns, Irish Moss, dried Currant, Prunes of wing the room
name and style of TAYLORtc. AT the Tin Manutacttry' may be had a neat and Apothecaries' Ghlu Ware, -e. and Citrons. Secretary Territory.

PALMER for the practice of )f licnr. and oflerlUeif convenient SHOWER [ .\TII. intended for n rp|IE above constantly on hind, and for sale at the Nutmeg. Mace, Ginger, AHpice Cinnamon November 15, 1845. 17 J

4W. pro ,.innal.l 3rr ice*t the hope.ttr chamber. It occupies but little room, and is enclosed J. lowest market price Cloves Vamilla Beans Sa Summer Savory and

attention to hutinesi tu merit a.continuance ol I'I) as not 'to drip water on the (floor LEWIS It AMES. sweet Marjoram Orange Flower Rose & Peach waters JOHN <

,1 former patronage. I I June. ISIS 4f Tallahassee, November 20, 1847. 19 extract of ROM Lemon, Peach and Vanilla. ATTORNEY A
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. B. WALLER TAYLOR. M. D. Forsalehy LEWIS. AMES. dulncy

"471; THOM\SM. PALMER. M I). I NoticeIS Martin Smith & Thorn, December 4, IS41. 20 WILL attend the Ja .

)01t", n.Fa. .' ?.' -rsi- 1"1 ? *- HEREBY GIVEN that at the next "e.ion of Conmiuion and the Circuit

the General Assembly ol' the Stale' of Florida, Forwarding Merchants Dr. C. C. Van Wyck and the Court in the adjacent
lea' Hn ft. Pwvrtran ,
i Thomas Heir Street, November
application will be made lo that honorable body for 21.18-15.
. .l; S ,ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT .,w.WILL the grant of a charter of incorporation for a RailRoad NEW.ORLEANS, LA. LATE'"Prfe'!iorof" Surgerv" in the "Franklin 03-: Sentinel) copy. Cl

4 pi art ice in the Circuit Court in etc h to extend from Ihe town of St. Andrew, in H. M. IIAarIN-G. W. PMtTH-TIIOK. L. THORN. Coltf' t' or Philadelphia has taken "p

t4, 'of tbe Midd.e Circuit, ai d in the 811- West Florida to a point upon 'the ChatlahnochieRvrr Refers his residence in Tallaha and i i. prepared to engage Horse and
- J W.Arffvle.A-BestwickS.S Sibl .TIU.b..ee. in all Ihe duties of,hi. prpfewion. Office South SALE. I lo
Apply
prf'1Dft Court and United States DUtrict Court at : at or near Ihe section of boundary lino be. FOR :
Tallah'ate.. ween Flcrida and Alr' wmt ri''i raid river J. L. Smallwood R. L. Edmomfo, Quiney. of Barllell"- Uuilding." J.. & H.
r.bt4T ry 1', l4- 1) ?ueII94$. 4T
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