The Floridian
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00568
 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: October 6, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00568
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

Full Text
: : : : iI

-- -- HBBBMHUMMBBBMijjTHE. T __ -- -- -- '- -_- _-- :;-L-) I I.d
-AUTHORITY. .- -_- _-__ _
I -
,BY' and sill believe that now, when our Jo* :I i

til leulfltiflli passed at the First Session! 'itution are in rnmoarativn inrancy is Id. .;

u i ab'i i1'h the that mil. .
m? to eB> great princijJr
cf the"Thirtieth Congress.
FLORIDIAN iiirrqualifcaticn atone h not sufficient title .

\N ACT making appropriations! for (be to the presidency. If we Jrt tigL'i wr may I

$0nl.mice.. fur the year tiding the thirtieth of run 8 l' ng race liberty, happiness and t l r.. .

roe thousand eight hundred and furtY.hinf. ry. If we stumble: in netting out. wr 'l.af!!
\te .I Home oVcVweJdgtoct ,
bye *r n
fxH as other bare fallen before un, and' fait .
At United States of Am-rita. in
of Co..ut. without even a claim to the .
: .
: the followinc l -- regrets orsympalb.r
ruins > -
; e --- - -- -- - '"
m Tat "
at.iate of

in one thousand seivire.for eight the hjnJrol jrar ::and DY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, _SATURDAY) OCTOBER G, 1848, VOL. XX...N012. Ohio maoki.f. De .
giren tne 'l
up by uytvr men-, mo.crat 'I 4
,out of any U'j'pu'priat rnony in the
r -. of Ohio noble Slat i. ;
;. loaJiiH0 lo the turn of one rmll'ioi five -- ---- your given op
thooand dollars of the oe .pend.d bilances nletir wliarf numb r t".n ; drrd.inz machine; and proprietors !. the Navy Department for a floating Itr READ THIS JjjGesi The Past and Ihe P" Rnt. by the Tax'lor men. They confess Tarltff'.n.

forvflWhval, The! repaus of all kinds lourlvcn tI.uujJIIl11h'e hundred rlr\ ,dock on e:Ihrr of said plans, and for Ihe l.a ins it. -
;former appr..priat lolUrs. and 1'uyiol'. Northern Platform. Joseph L. White, now of New Y uk, and no carry and WEL.
railxvaxs. rf the dimen ionllfnrt"I.id. at of
'uch un'Tr'ef1eJ; bahnct's, after d!-. any
m tiDthe,ini r ot lid sum ol one million the liundrit! AT W,\ IIINr.TOVForchaincibleloires the laid navy-yards' : And prowled fvrlhrr That The follovx.ng; is an extract from the address we believe a member of the whig general LEI, ar sweeping all before ibem. All lie

t to be earned to the surplus fund. and fitting part cf number the: said Secretary: ehall alsoby further contract x\ilh of the Ralificalion lartions ofaljthe factious cannot prevent tuG,
Meet but influential
Taylor whi
lau eleven f'r bOlla ( hammer for .rr.itli'j slid dimensions of said works great committee formerly an honest : '
c.and 01 I rant,and pelt t) officers ship ; earn parties, enlarge the at voters of Ohn rallying shnu'der (10

'KJon! ,commlSlon.including the\ engineer corps of the shop, and alteration! i in )bxlraulic 'roving machine i each yard to a capacity sufficient for docking war- ing, which recently assembled at Worcester member Congress from Indiana, was a delegate shoulder mingling heart and soul in the glo.: I
I onverlirg: JOH,er's ship in number twelve to mould steamers of tl.e largest class, at least three hundredand
!LIIII0flC one hundred and eighfj-ninc: Massachusetts: : to the Buffalo convention and matte lions strife and acLicTin .
vv. t..o a splendid victory.Slrteszian.
oft ;
hundred and eleven dollars.Fortbe steam hammer in phc of dd till hammer; fifty feet in length, if the d nensions above mentioned 1

ts9jrfnd two of the superintendent ol the NavaljerratOFY nrdnanreviork.sopa) an-1 extcn me brass loiim'ar! should not| be fnonl adequate fir that J\urpose.Src On the question of the ordiance of 17S7. of ihe most powerful speeches to wl.ich that I
pay _ _
elltndn. black mith'. and iron under N -I. .lnd be That
Mere further enacted the
it WashingtoT city xvho shall he auncommander.or shop sum the sentiments of Gen. Taylor tire believedto occasion birth. In the
and fiirni.hi if f hundred thousand dollars i. gave course of his Ftvm the tl'athtngten i'm'cn.
lieutenant in the navY.lhree jr shot!) for pmitherj ; tot' ertin! old < ur hereby appropriated be in accordance with those ofthc Whi..s
c inddollar*, which shall be the azlary an- oundaiv t'jr> tablr,. and toy repairs of all km.l towards said works from any money in Ihe treasury speech, h" thus sketched the character of the General Tajlor nnd the f'rortao. .
t per 'h i\-tno Thousand ftur bundled antI eighteen dol- not ofhpr".i"e iatf'd. "hich ;um,to r:ht'r of MatKachusettj, "hile thbje of Gen Cass '
superintendent.% And the provision inc The in this State New York fob
ud nominated the Whigs ( ) ,
by Philadelphia
au.I._atitled" An act mikmz appropriations 1 fortb.11l. lava. with the sums thai remain unexpended cl theap'rn are knoua to 1 be directly opposed to ttem,_ I'.ugb. Truman '
the lead Smith in Coursed
service frrtliexearrndin:: the thirtieth of AT NORFOLK.Foretensioncf rriations made b> said act of March third, eighteenlunilred The n r.tcralic ran'Jidnle. has lold u?, in his ler.houso" for the whig candidate: for Prcsi. owing 4'
eiffht hundred and i .juayalU : cu:i f letin;flipfoitrrijl ; and lorlxfxin, fir fi ain ; drv-d thousind f4'rv.eiht !letter: to Mr. A. O. P. Nicholson that Con. dent
i J ae. one in thee xxord*. %iz : *. lacludin? three : .t, and for the store h'ni-.e numlirr nineteen the three na7v-jaH aforesa-d! shall be appliidtftxvards : i. pleelged! not 'to veto the Wilmot Proviso er a42
.hnh; 'rick ,tables s'eani hantirer and engine hri( k the pajmenls to h prnvid.-d fur ill the said: greta htis no constitutional p'.wer lo excInJe Who
end dollars fur ray of th.' fUpMai end.l.nt. xxlio ; ; fin ? was he whom they (I the wIngs i ) presented any bill! prohibiting slavery: in the Territories 7
i place. coal! house and wlurf culvert drill r..nlaaetn he slaverhurts I territories
landing divided between the said
commander ; equally cur newly acquired ,
either a (avlaa. or htuI.n3DtwtllfY. to us as our candidate 7 A man who or rt'tr States. At A meeting held at New.
.halb Ir'u ; punching machine and cutting ,11t'ufl. and lor contracts for the lIduk. at th% three nan"anJsaforl's",1.
** he would veto bill winch
be to to the consrqueully
t sn- any distinguished himself civil ice No'! New
j bal repairs of all kinds! one hundred and forh..lourtlll.unud sent burgh, Orange county, Yorkon the 8tHSeptember
: ol Ild Naval Ohjtrntory. and -hal hundred and th contained the provisions of the ordinance of tie had fought four battles and written four iiivta the resolution!
{pr.aeuJ.u.from and after t he palace of that art.For one ijxenntenJen'!, naval constructors AT N: SACOT.\. the aml.uutl.f money coUitnutaticn allowed by law 17B7. On the other! band Gen. Talor has accounts oftht'm. and therefore, he was to beojrcandidate. was offered by Hon. William C. HasbrouckJ _

tlltbecicil pay establishments at the 11\trl navy xarJ anr,, For' two third-das' officer- houses; completing in liru of the spirit ration shall be increased to four toJ! tig in hi< Allison letter, that hn should An honest oldgcntlem, who, Chairman of a Committee on Resolution: and

KTentv-four tLoujinJ two hundred and Lvcxty del lim.'H shed nan,ber ttventy-six ; dredge machine cents Icare all: questions of domestic policy" to in the honesty and simplicity of hi. rough unanimously! adopted: :
cows, foir warrant olEcrrs' h. trees. and {I ruardiou Src G. .qndle it further enacted, That when any ol and should feel bound .
k the action Congress, western nature, told them plainly: I have not "Rno1-rrd. That to the .
coal house in the according princi'es
!e; ; paint shop and rail tracks ; p rnanent rna.trr na>x, or pasSv tnidsbipman. holdingan
Ferproi and.ions seamen fir commission, including, warrai.1, and and petty wharf; drain in rear <>f officers' quarters : acting appointment master 'iron the Secretary to carry out ihelr will. It i ia true that he the qualifications for this place ; but if you >! avowed by Gen. Taylor! he cannot anelic -

mcer attached to vessel for sea son engineers i"t', SIT bunIted rna- ,wharf id rail track in fiont f st!>rihou.e number of the Navy, has per ortmd or shall hereafter perform claims the right exercising the veto povxer choose lo make fools of yourselves and Tote! will not, veto any bill prohibiting slavery

tine i-iJ ierent -'fventhou>and eight hundred andcixUFcrsurgjons' 1wl"nty.sis ; |p\\'nl; ernlmj planting trees, and I the duty cl a lieutenant urdtr an order ol the in cases of clear unconstitutionally ; but he for me, I will! do the b*>it! I can for you ; but in Territories or ncr States, but General 3.4
evrlirj, and |I"r repairs of all kinds hundredand crmtnarider cf the xr-stl I to whirl. he was or cl.all
one that the President ought not in'erpase fii what it will be for I *
God knows dontPerhaps .
.nan. Cats is to and xvill 44
fifty-nine thousand: fix 1 undrcd and twei.t\-fjve : beat the tune attached, to supply a deficiency in pledged veto every prohi- a
nectaries nd apphanros for the 1 ol'jfcttons where questions of constitutional it is possible that this hit ion of the kind and that
dolUr.Fercorstrnction.. i tie! e ta'l<.lied crinhil| leinent ol lieutenants said gentlemen, ; therefore, u
lick and hart of the navy, including the marine vessel, whe-lhfT beloreirts lo a M.uadrcn rr rn Jzarr teen settled by the various Departments o'd be elected. NV No If he be
thousand five : in part of a new timber shed at eep&rjtt power man may [ ] Taylor or Cass must elected the fnend

tsrpi For, twenty-eight increase repair, armament,hunlhultllllar.and equiptientforthena navy 'ltJ. fifty thousand dollars I'I'alJ service, which order shall I.*ve b"t n *:.!ht1(- I of Gorernmznt and acquirsccnd in by i is. what soil ofan administration! will be have ? liberty are bound to support the election of

J *), inclulms wear and tear <.t xes-t-U in For pavrncnt cf such arreiraie as the Secretaryof i <]U.-t.lh approxedby the &crcrary of the Navy.s'ull! : the people'The; [Miscellaneous.] Miscellaneous, some one Gen. Taylor."
be allowed the of a master Irrlhe pcned cr -
the Navy ill law and equity l.Ti<)le to be due pay periods
,C5intni-sion. coal fur ste-anurs, purchase (..f hi-rap. tQ Jcms-ii i.d wv Fvstersven tliousaiid dvll. rs. i I culin; which lie shall have peifumed such address, speaking of Mr. Fillmore for !)!. True ; pledged lo nothing but himself; : : Hasbrouck seats the Whig speaker cf ill"fr.

tDd one million two hundred thousand d >llars for AT Jj'\. would find this turned into i the Slate the be/we/ !
I MF.M PHI'S. tIle Vice Presidency, : you government M Assemblyf year as%
first I
ewnpleun. lour clan steamers, two ITliilionc says
{ve hundred and tbirtx-or.e thousand fuur I hundred t Fir cinjilelinj; Coinni"ndant's !:ou-.e and storelcemse I SLC 7. And Ihe further of tnacffJ in the, Thai, Kerezller in calculatirfikr You all feel perfectly conscious that if'c.. kind of miilaryllo'pital. Imagine that that 1 I. and is a candidate for Congress this fall, nod 1
; f irri'ig-lu>ue. eigie and rna<'hiiier} for saw i pay seo.s navy old! the white houst Bewid-
is It will 1m
duhrs : occupied
i uJi.ventf-four mm supposed to speak by authority. f
mid ; timber shed and b">it bnildr's shop, and the lure upon I he graduated scale of psj shall be heeled, arid the ca'e, bhouhl! require it, he .
f Fur ordnance ansi ordnarce stores, including i iaci2 i. ered by the of his he that this resolu ion further thIn the
. witH?l toeittard! ; enibankrrert and exc os v ill ions, : reckoned (from their rricmal entry into the service. would! give his casting vot" Bgninst ihe extension strangeness seen goes r.
ta1 expenses,two hundred and eighteen thou ndforLuadred enarted That he Secretary would! surround himself his friends from
machinery f. r rOj ewaa'id! f. r repdirs cf all I S :c 1nJif further ( of slate and it. casually by resolutions of the Barnburner and those pas. 1
dollars I by
twenty .tindj. one hundfd and seventy lour thcusand and of the Navy be and he ill hrreby directed lo territory ; any the army-for, as I understand it he has not .ed at the Bu a'o: Convention. The Frea I
). for nautical books maps, chart, in..lrumc-ht1l. to Congress at the comm r.omrnt of the tIe office of President shou'd! become vacant .
11II1! ight doUr] I report slept in a civilized bed for forty ears and ol Soil to in the
< :sJru and repairing the acne and all n| ) pu'yT propose slavery
I| expends AT SACKCTT ILH nOr.. next jll's ion.lhe number of persons, in the the interests of the country would be
" At hdro;raphical 1 o'fice, t'nrtv-nxe' thovi-und d..!- For the completion flHceri' qmrters ad kr xic<,> Pi.ij.ed in each of! the bars riehteeu tafa in his hands." course his only friends and associates have Territories only, leaving the States lo deter 4
w.n.t the Secretary of the NJ,.v i, hci< bdi- and hundred and Jlaval..lr-I perfectly been those of the mine the for themselves slIer '
repairs of all kinds, two tl.< usjnd dollars. and forl -"IJo eighteen : camp. question they ,
rected to upend fire thousand d4ar.i.. !! or s>> much < the name of the ship he The lion. Rufus Choate, late United States: I remember that in and
FOR HO=PnAL ?. MAt /: .f's-cifssig 1825 1832 we I are admitted ; but here it is asserted that
Thereof as be nece ;arin causing the oitr a-
t tiMSta bj roiy made which have been rc-fulv rcc...tnmenJed ton-For rej'.ti.iuit; ) lio jilal b-nldmc and sentence, and the auir.ber of I..hf-fl I Senatorfiorn that State, in a speech delivered mad the country. as whig' vocal with our Gen. Tajlor will sign a bill prohibiting sla.
make similar for each
it fhatl be his duty lo a
to him by the American Pli..oaphical\ So- dt"l'crJ.tlci in.l ; an.1 I wl.llcasbang K-ncf-s and, two furojcp thojsind, painting tight, ;hundred -- bc-ar thereafter ; in the Convention said : denmcialiuns of military men boirg raised Ito j very in neio States. If slavery! can be pro.

cirtT and tin Aca lemt of \rt< and Sciences dollars Src 9. Jlndbeit fiuther enacted That on tk-e I ** Yes air Gen. Cass stands pledged to-day the presidency r n account of their military: i! !iibtrd; in a new State by the (ieneral GOT.ernment. .

ifi For contingent cxpen h't that maj accrue for the ot tile Secretary ol tire 1'n .,Ihe l'res-,iUnt : But Gen. Jackson had "been be
For tr.e completion; of the marine hospitals; new application law of Freedom. The Democratic q'ml.fications. I then it can abolished in oM I
viz the
(Jlovunj : freight andtrJnportai'n lo veto
ani rltpl"CC kaiIJI'IoC. viz: At Piitjibur ten th.o-.;lI.d dilUrs ; at ; of the lilted States ba auh! >ri7< d. when rins a distinguished senator in Congress and .n'' States The docts t line is downright Abolition.
printing stationery ; ajrrrdcin: in their ablest allows directly
nt'w"'l"tpf'rli30kt ) the conliriernci cl tire: public! service Review journal,
CcUi.f! ) thousand dollars Louisville ten .Tnon
ten lit cj
nudcls and dra\\ and ; nbl-jij.'ge: in Tennessee and the f. ct i 15,0. The Sou'h should understand uhat the
map purchase ;
ng. ;
f the 11'
I linu-aiid dollars. nay re,uirc it, to tr&o"er! any portion c sinai that philosophic and per tc it is a right
repair of fire elline. and machinery ; repair tf and For the purpose of erecting marine I oipitais on I one million five hundred thousand dollars of un x- anti good thing, irrespective of all party considerations of his military. qualifications was' no serious I Democratic party at the North has to contend

; trending on steam enzuirs in yards ; purchase and the sites owned by the United States at the follvwiU : >ended balance! ot former appropriations, mentioned: extend t far objection to him, and cur rnou'hs wrre thuS with, and bo united in their support of Cast
of hor and and to slavery as as our
es era, drupe le.me.Uf ,
topport JiifK lZAt : in (he first section of this art. from one head. if ap- Be! in 1843, this I and Butler. A Nrw YORK HTMIEE.rnzzlin .
; | sloppt'td. now sam cm
nhees.: and the puirhaoe anti rejuir of Gen. Case to make the
other head ol the flag shall be borne ,
St Louis ten thousand dolhrs at \"Irhcz.len I.ropriJtiNI1u any appropriationsn3de
workmen's tools, postae v.| public 1, lt-rs : turni- ; for the naval berxice and all of such for him will to old "cit'nlioua'hi paity, that taught tne this
iho'j-rfiiJ dollars ; at l'oAdacilh, ten thousand tIc.- ; in uses masters rote agree keep I ? Qsir flon for the SonthcrtiIVhijc
tare for government ho i!cs ; 'lucl v,il. and candles t rarisltr, a !;erial srcount of tIre rronexs t transferred and sell in infinite principe! of 18iS and 193.J, by way or.how- .
new ones, genera -A Cliallerifcc.
hDan'lt'arJj\'Irdt and watchmen shore statinna and incident.l;clranins and l.ibor cer-! not arsAt Napoleon, "rkan .a', (s.) soon as the eo prn- and their application, shall he laid before Congress ions.." ins the utter insincerity all party profession lists Gen. Tn Ior expressed any opinion asto

inf ; ; melt title to the site selected! and purcli*.cd ban rft each session j'reviom to its adjrurnment. presents fur my suffrage a man fresh -
tbar eii:le to any othrr appropuatiun ; l Ia.or attending I Buren and his the constitutional Congress to
be shall Van fovrr fast
be pel fecfrd.) ten thousand dotur Sic 10 And further enacted That it In speaking of :Mr. from the : battle.field with .
the deli"erof utorrs and fcr- glory no qaahnca.ion
supplies on the IVdsiot Proviso ? Has he ed
f the Postmaster under the
A l-o f.< the construction cl marine hosbital on I be the dUI e> General eipfe any
r a
sign stations, wharaze,dockage: and rent ; traveling u'h site, as shall be selected by the Secretary of the direction of the President to cause the nett re eipts claims] on the Iree soil" party, he indulgedin except that which he has wrouht out by determination or any opinion that will bind

expenses rent ot stationary(ohccr! funeral and fuel expenses to navy. store enft.and and office Treasury 1 on the lands ouaed by the United Statesat :I If posUires collected on the several lines ol steamers the fallowing emphatic declaration : his sword. Such was not the purpose for hitn to veto the Wilmot Prorisn, should! it be

; a Chicjzo ten thousand dollar from New York to Liverpool, f"me' York to which the whig was organized! aol
store-keepers; fli?", awnimt and packing boxes ; At New York Fir from .Ihe city of C'bsRres, and from Paramatosnme point in I the territory But suppose he would not veto the law of party pasted by Congress. If so, wfierc are they to
r-urcrnse such was not its character: as I understood' it.
urns and other of recruitinc in the territories -
pren erpeti- apprehending New York ol. water-Iron! to "; fill l land ; for i of Oregon, stipulated lor in contracts made Congress, prohibiting slavery new found?
oVserters ; per and diem lay to p<'r on: attending -ur;eon's house ; paving. eittering. and c Jinpletmcewer ; nth tie Sceretary of the Navy, to be deposited in neither will Gen. Taylor veto such Mr. White' memory is gocd In 1623 We put these ques'lons! in a spiiit candor;
courts-martial of
courts other
scrTite authorized by law to jde inquiry advocates, or and fur current repairs, treaty thousand; arid he treasury to the credit of Ihe appropriation, for a lacOn.. this ground, thereforexe wii!! and in 1832 whiggery did make the country for the purpose arriving at truth. We call
; pay ;
he annual compensation for the service tn be rendered
pilotage and t"' age of vessels: assistance! rendered fitv-sevti: ( Uarr.t hundred under said contracts or otherwise apply the lojusl as much for freedom with him as with vocal with its denunciations military: mon I vrxtn the Saitlhrrn tehigi tn ansyer them. W C ;t
\\'ashir.glon-Fur current repair one
, to Te* eU 10 dislregs. seven bundled thousand dollar dollar. sji'l postage in paxment of the said! ant.ual com pen. :Martin Van tiureti ; while along! with it you PLEDGE OURSELVES TO ANSWER
being raised to the Presidency. Wr &.k our
*. And the Secretary of IheavJ'! is hertbau-
At Xcrflk-rcr, repairs cf callcrirs. cells, batli- sition.SFC. have peace, honor quiet, and the whole vast I SIMILAR QUESTIONS RELATIVE TO1GEN. ref
thjrized. troni the sum aforesaidilhout furthrr house fence and i-oii' h, thousand, four le it That touch. doctrines into the readers to remember the language of Ilenrj I the scratch
notice or adrerlisemrnt, out of the appropriation sur; u e,one II. And further enactei. !o hotly of Whig bargain. CASS. Come up to gen.

I far provioions, to purchase, at discretion, a s-utT.- hundred d'-llar ; and fwr rnakiij; uec'-s-ary repairs! -f ll.c proxiv> of the art ol third of Marc) toe I IIlwlls.ad Ala meeting of the members of the Massachusetts Clay ; and, as some of our Whig readers may tie-men, or acknowledge that YOU PARE
f'lr the canue 1.0 N r.rcl! l.undred hundred and .tl.ue erititltd'An
-rihl ;t iOxteclI lit '"rf' ,
f ei.
cient quantity of flour and corn-meal pre par' d I and dJaio.At Let making appropriation fe r tie naval n<' Slate Convention on the 12ih at have found it convenient to forget tat Jetn- NOT We give fair notice, that we shall

dried by theproce-a and machincrv m\ei.ted by J. Pei. ,la For ; ard drain vice 'for the half calendar scar Iwginnir.i tl.e fillil of we it :- not accept for answer, that Gen. Taylor i is.
; ILStattcrd, of Ohio, to t-c sent to different natal San Inck.rg'Jp ponds ; Worcester Mr. Kellogg on taking the chair, guage copy
t I aationl.: to teat its car aci'j to resist the fucnce of r< pairs to hospital( and lurcuireitt repairs si i\ tbi>ujri'l January, and endma Ihe thuiieth of June, one thousand Extract delivered in 1627 pledged by his Allison le'ter to veto acts fConsrrs
cf a Speech by
1 I time anJ climate, aid to ascertain \\liat advange three hundred and It\'rity.t-ihl dollars.! ei. 'it hundred and forlvfour.c,. as re'jnesh.t aid : in violation of Constituticn- -ri

there may be in introducing the ue (,(tie same lor At .ilc-Ftr iurrsjtrrejuii s ff the marine n.iteruU of rve-rx nme aid nature 'fir the use As for his political character, he Mr. K., Henry Clay, pf Kcnlvcly. UNLESS it is also! asserted at the same time, -
with the lowest
the nivv. hospital. one I Inunsa'id and ninety dollars. of the tracy furnished bx contract Regardless of al! imputation, and prcudof
Foil MAAzhNEtic! nd<5pr, be and the name is hereby 'II |hr nwiried.: believed that Gen. Tajlor would stand by the tint GEN. T\YLOR maintains that thaWi'mot -

between Fortue tran-portalion (.r the Uinle-d States nail At Boston, fixehundnd dollar. : I hat it shall be lawful for the Secretary' ot the Navy, institution as the North understands it.rVe .- the opportunity of free and unrestrained in. Proviso is UNCONSTITUTIONAL.Wr .

New York and Liverpool ; bl'lweencw hereafter, to enter into contract tor t..bacco. fn m ercourse with my fellow-citizenc, if it were for close forts
Yurk At Newock., bite hundred dollars.At I bad his that he would not veto a 'I are quarters-we are fight.
and New Orleans and Hanna and Chacres.nl pledge
: U" >1intton, Iwo liut.dreJ d,>llar.. lime to time. as the Itel\icr requires, for a iend lid ys'cilly l : prs'ib, and cr.m'a; 'ib'e with my the in the field
rigId to -we are -our
of poinl
oetween Panama and Astoria tinier the act ol constitutional for reasons mere expediency
f.. and in making ?'" h ro.i'racl",
At Norfolk! thou. nJ hundred and th.rveight eacs-edrng: ur years ; fliciarduties 1 would visit State
one nine to %
tbe third of March ei'liteei hundred and ( every go is down-TAKE IT UP WHO
trry- dclUrs. he -l.all not be restricted tu the 1 lowest bidder, un- and we know that the constitutionally 'I gnive
sevee.eiht! hundred and sexenty-tour thousand: nkaadred \ les-i, in his opinion, economy and the best interests slavery is already settled! every town and hamlet Jiddrt'llsy man in DARE !

dollar. And the S'cretary of the Naty n MARINE CORP<. of the service will bi- Iherebv prornot d. of acts restricting the Union, and entreat them by their love of Will our exchanges do us the favor tn ;
hereby directed t. advance to the contractors tor huiJrvice For pay of o'Lcers! o"l.clmml..iont'd ofij't'u.mn..irian" under ihe action of almost every admimstraloti promulgate
S.ci. Andbrit finthtrenacttd.7\\\\ :" rtirrjtr I country, by their lav of libeity, for the sakeoltlremeelves j I II
this Athms Banner.
or to tLeir as > amid their the
to liuis1 the riteira hlpi ccitrjctcd tor ru 'a.k'ence; oocers. and p 4 v fir u'idr wn cl'tlLin:, li't t creed twelve' that Ibex' tball be appointed' and! and ail admit him to be an honest man- I rOlt ritJ-in urn j jof I From the Providence Journal.
niaer their respectiveevintracN. the runt f"li| tnenix- tv-o hundred ant. eihtv.tlree thoutid dr>Il.r.. b, tie I'reni'ie'it ol t* e United Statu, would their venerated ant'.stors-in the nnme eli\\
five tbou
J 1 ablf", alter sats stii i fchili lave been launched ; thousand d..11.". I and shall perform such dirties as max be a-wir.f'd: use his official influence apamst anreitric tilfildient of the trust committed to their hands! !! of the public journals, represents the King. 4

i I bjt: tbe money so advanced u.d'r any one of >.&id Fcr, cl"tliinz. etz'' contracts .bilil not exceed the amollll of one x t ar"scompeasation. .n,1 1 tnns-ty-tviodlbrs :and b"ud'.ip"f.! and
naval srho |, tl.e obserxatorx. on form
i' ( pass. he mockeiana and
For eleven thousand three hundred and that wails us as a nation if we are true and t powerful venomous reptile
J I stipulated! lor in sjrh cemtract"to he Ijel ,
vxar, in instructing the: mid !'iif mm ol I tie ruvx.or Wen Mr. Join Qtiincy Adams told Mr.hudson. .
! Beared in all cur fly a lien na sud. .hips, in such hirly-four: dollars. otherte icThat when on duty t tie ,pax' If l a j>'ofes f ai'.hful in gratitude to Him who has hithertoso hough not aware that he is the enemy .f any

Banner as the Secretary of tt.e.lfY may -uire; For military stores: repair ot arms, pay of armor- >.or of mathematics stall! he at tinrate of f.ftreri : the represen'utive! from Worcester, signally blessed us, to pause-solemnly! ether of the serpent tribe. At the South;

tad the money kit advanced sh.ll l>j faithfully expended er*, ac o'Jtr'tnentc.rJn.nct', store, fl. .;*. drum, !hundred. ) dollars per annum. with a ration ; arid, cc lie,, hat he be'lieu-d Gen. Ta\lor would do more p\use-and contemplate the precipice which however, I believe it is generally! understood..
l in finishing said hipn t. the satMjction ol' I fitesandmusical Inl rumf"nl".ri;'.t thotnitid dollars I I ..n leave of abserce ir waiting orders, the hay| shall than any other man lo prevent the extension I hat ho makes war on other species of!
I the Secretary of the Nave .and compensation rn the I For transportation of oIT.cirs and troops and for I lawns before us. If indeed we have incurred every
Lie at the rate of cizht hundred d.1lIarscr zniximSrc. it well be believed thai he .
: caatracl from Panama to Astoria s'lalt cuinme.iceIrani exoensesof recruitine, tvielie thousand dollars. I 11 AndbfitJittthcTfiiaettd, Thai the SeeI slavery, might the Divine displeasure! ; and if it be recersarv serpent ; be is most renowned, however, for

the time the ihipi are ready for service aiul For contingencies i \ IZ : r. *,\: ..r the N acv be. and he ill herebv. ant horiied I was looking forward to exactly such a state of I to chastise this people! with a rod ofxegeance combats with the formidable mcckeron, ini

placed at the disposal ol the United States ; the said Freight lerruce loll rartap,wharfage, compensation lo'cause"person'in thenaval" service or irarire ('trp"-, things as now existed. I would humbly! prostrate myself which be is believed to be always the con

annual compensation, liovxexer. not rn commence to jud.res- Until first October, eighteen hundred and forlveight. marlul. courts of innuirv.. :and for constant i before Him, and implore Him. in His mercyto queror.

: Provided, That the co-it rart or fur the line labor, house rent, tu lieu '<;iuittr' #; b'trul; l of dec I placed Le in conxrnient such lunatic and hospital! bet calculated as in his to opinion mi"e will a went on to !fehow clearly and eloquently: visit our favotite land with WAR, with when be accidentally crosses his path, but

from Panama to Astoria, as the condition of this advance I <-a"ed mum ; printine stationery, forage, roase .'- I restoration mc"t of reason; and that in addition to fr.t the, pay I the danger of the extension of slavery, likely! i PESTILENCE, with FAMINE, with any be Lun's him with all the cunning and perse

be required to stop art] deliver and tAe mails pursuit (it| deserters ; 'audlll, oil, otraw, furtn- which 'rem lime to tme, be due to such person he to remit from the election ol Gt II. Cass. To SCOURGE other thai MILITARY RULE verance with which a dog hunts a rabbit.
,at San Uiego. San Francisco, and Monterey, in Cshf'lfwa tore, b"d sacksspadsaxcs. 5JII'n'lli.pickol. carpenters ) the annual ll"l'rropriati"n for the, naval with those who annexed the tern- his be does it ina
ma,. (mm unite new When he approaches ,
blind and heedless enthusiasm prey
il required so to do by the Secretary of the tools, keep f.l a horse for mes .enr, pa} of I the the head of contingent crnmerated or a for mtTt1LITARY
Navy, with the concurrence cf the PoitniasiirG ne- matron waaheiwoman and porter at htepiul head- sersice, under of reasonable tory to prevent the extension slavery in : RENOWN !" quiet and stealthy manner, unilinear enough,
rroviII -
fat And ptottied further. That in considerationS quirtnr tweiitx-two thou and dollars: par.J,any that deficiency in each case a it dues cot exceed expense one: hundred that territory seemed to hm; to be in the Extract of Mr. Clay's Speech at Lexingten, with a quick and rapid movetnent, and with ar
S tbe advance the line of For the relief and protection of :American searren
foregoing steamers provided dollars annum. highest degree absurd and ridiculous. Suppose single spring tc plant his fangs in the back
in countries. further to defirieocie per Kcrtucky, June 20, 1827.
in the contract with A. S. Sn! shall ston, coin foreign ; supply '
succeeded in neck. In this be fails
Src 11. And be further enacted That the those gentlemen electingMr. ot his enem) never *
and at Cliailestcn, il practicable arid in *appropriations made lor the service of tl.t fi :"al proviso
; returning ihe noblest!
Soarannab. year ending the thirtieth June eighteen hundred ol Ihe act of August fourth eighteen hundred Van Burt''. they had no specific means You were actuated by one of He then coils himself around the body of Ibamockcjcn

and tort}-uhl, twenty t IIf.uand dollars. ond fortv-two, limiting the number of lff.cul.f the to prevent the exlstibion of slavery to New ; oC\'irtut"l. I too acknowledge its SWI!. But and tightens his folds ; and never
fo Iler iltbe-
(enumerated Forcontingent, two cxptn thousand cs objects dollars.not SEP 2. Jlndltt further enact td. That the sum ol navy of the grade! ol nndshinmen lo the, nurrber that Mexico and California, and General Taylor, whilst military merit is no disqualification, but relaxes the tenacity of his deadly embrace,
thousand and three hundnd dollars be, were in service on the first daj of Jaruarr, eighteen
other attain
To PlY arrearages due for pading University seventeen and the aamr ill hereby, appropriated out of any tnone hundred and fortv-one, be antI is t.enbmodifil'd he confidently believed, would not encourageit when accompanied by requisite until the life of his victim baa become extinct.

Sluice. and other expens, for the construction ol \ in tie treasury nit otherwise: | approuriited forimrovtments I, to authorize the appointment of Hirers of that and would not prohibit its restriction. ments, may be a reason for civil promotion This is generally in the course clan hour or C

the depot for charts and instruments, bean( a teappropriation ; and rep.tirs the luval school at Annapolis Cradc. to U.e number of four hundred and sixtxfour: : I But if Gen. Cans was elected be felt certain standing, as it appeared to me, alone, I did two-peihaps less. But I have known one
in part of a sum carried to the surplus ProcUcd, That the appointment shall be made according think cou'd entrust the chief
lund heretofore appropriated for that ten to be experded ai follows: 1r enclosing fifth I that the plans farther extension of territory not we prudently instance, io which the mockesou was found a.
of the
purpose to the directions section of the
tboaiand f"rtv.three dollars and \"ellh.lt.'v..n cent the grounds eirbraced in the new purrhane repairing upproxetl March thirdeighteen hundred :nd for- would encouraged and those of the extension magistracy of this great country to the distinguished live after an embrace of twelve hours, and
houses thereon d ckinc pradine, and -
the improving
t > of choice. 1 felt with
. For furnishing the marine hospital, building at the grounds, tut thousand eight hundred tx-five, entitled An act making appropriations for slavery would meet no check. object your the King Snake holding him as lovingly as at
***. Orleans, seven thousand five hundred dollars dollars the naval service for the year ending thirtieth June, you I the obligations of national gratitude.But .- first.

For 'i tneteoroKincal observations," to be ron- eighteen hundred and {ort .si1 ;" and ill appoint I should! be fulfilled in other
Ironic thought they
For and tirnine superintendent's hostile
repairing Snake is to rats
Death the The
Ih equally
of King
ted under (lie direction of the Secretary of the from each Slate, hereafter, its proportion fcffi- Street Fight at llcktburg-
ing ihe manifest it-
hundred dollars. forms. Let
. ",two thousand d<>!Urs.rortheeottblikbtarnl one For thousand b'iildi.12 five ar-enal five l.undred dollars cers nf that grade, !heappo.n'rnents shall be apportioned Editor of the Sentinel.-To a gentleman just public gratitude and mice ; and it is a sort of god-send to the
an elf and rewards drawn from
o f a depot for naval stores I'or raising the row ol houses occupied by professors as nearly as practicable, equally among the arrived from' Vickhur we are indebted for in just adequate planter to bare one or two of them quartered*

*. the Secretary of the Navy n hereby required one stort, six I thousand dollars. several foninetsional distric's therein tbe following account of a fatal affray at that the public treasure. in his cnrncrib. He is not of great length,
J* Cause la be located at or near the city. of New SkC 13. And be itjvrth'i enaeted. That firm and Let inspired poets sing the praises of our
Cleans, thousand doIUis. For completing mess-room and I Uceum five hundred place! : On Friday lai.t. at about 5 o'clock, but thick anti muscu'ar! ; and is perfectly
twenty after the pas-aze of this act, the annual |I'I of bat- ar.d naral commanders. Let the
I for the constructionven( .un, and c mpleti dollars. swains. cunners, can enters and sjil-mkers: lie in the afernoon Mr. John Jenkins editor of military harmless to man. He is regarded in a friendI -

r s1t the lolowtngctptpcts.;' and for the current repairs 1 or painting. outside thousand of five house liiindre. and other dollar: necessary navv-yard at I'r'l!al"o't fh-11 Ke the B:II.f as now allow the Vicksburp Sentinel and Mr. H. A. Crabb, chisel and the pencil preserve their faithful: i I light, and no one troubles him. He i is a
ne '
*the!> several nival tard. "ir : For repairs.fiv rncines and apparatus complete, firehundrtd ed bv law to the forward warrant ..c"" at then met \VaslllnSllln.5IrC'f't.. There hud been images' 'lor the Gratification of the present hold fellow loo. In passing through an ex.tensive .

ATPOR1SMOUT1I.rconpletirie dollars ,-yanU at Boston, New York and Norfolk. and future generation Let the impartial with Coiled
Mr. Crabb so
: misunderstanding. wood, I met one up
rltr < U2" wall and whatf, and wharf i Sec Ifl An-l be itfuither enartid. That the re- some previous historian record their deeds of and .
J'aberone ; wall west side of ship-house number SiC 3. And be it further enattrd. That in execution ricliott establi.hrd by the fourth section cf the act presented' a pintol at the brrat of Jenkins, glory renown near the carriaj" track, that one of mv wheels

and Clhn: iit; timVr shed opp site number of the act approved March third, eighteen proved March third. eighteen hundred and fortv- and tolJ him at the sain time lo retract some for the admiration and imitation of pos actually grazed hi* skin ; and yet he disdained

r ten. and Uulon, : to fmijhe'j I ; brick powder hundred and fort y..ewen, making i appropriations for five, whereby nn more than one hundred and eijtbtv offensive expression* he had used in his paper terity. I say, too, in the language of a departed to move. Backing my sulkey I touched him

CUinc. etines. fixtures, &jc'; Ins blowing lire the naval service. i.c ,tiir<-ciinatuoii other things passed mnUhipmen and those senior in rank shallat him. Jenkins rag, honor to those xx ho fill the measure smartly with the snapper" of my whip,
replied by u
to lorrl'l;and for rep.i a of all kinds, t>:t> thousand the ((:.tturion of flo:tinc dr '.do k8.t the naxyvanl the name time receive tire pay fi\rd bv law for regarding of their. country's glory.! But it should pretty
",bQradl Pensacola and and blow with a bowie knife, whie'b took effect in probably twenty times in the course of ten
and I U\.oned'\lbr.. at Philadelphia Kitlery. that class of officers, be supcn I A'T noqo in ;pjr-uinre of the reports ill favor of the two plans from the passage of this act, until the claw ef eighteen the breast of Mr. Crabb, and this was innrx be appropriate considerate honor-surh as minutes. He would each lime raise hiS'head

for timber shed number thirty-seven, and j.ier htreinaf'er named l all best adapted to naxal purposes, huidred and f->rtx-tv o shall have been examined diately followed by other ..trok..s.t length becomes its object, and such as freemen, jeal. look at me, and wreathe: his body ; but

Whtf 't anile number filly-nine; coal house heart made by a board of afHcers appointed to examine III and the relative rank c 'ftbli"hed ainsng those Crabb was enabled! to discharge his pittol- Otis, cautious and enli btpnJJd freemen, oughtto absolutely refused to budge an inch. I left

dlCk,.ild pier wharf in rear carpenter's and live l plans, and by the Bureau ol Yards and Docks, cairo shall paw their examination 1) 8to,'. If my suffrage is asked for the him there. I should judge him to have been
>n'. shop for eizht knee dicks and tricks for the Secretary of the Navy is hereby directed forthwith ROUT C. \WIt\TlJROP I the young editor fell to the ground, the ball I civil office of the candidate .

riiwze of gu-M in gun ;park for com leI in brick to enter into a contract' with Samuel 1 D. Dakir Speaker of the Home of Representative pieicing ins heart and almost instantly! expir- I highest illustrious my country.and successful l he about f-re feet long as be crossed tbe rosa?

IU'flatsd rf"l.air.of all kinds, ninety seven Ibou- and Rutherford Moody fur Ihe complete construction O M IALL\S, ed. Mr. Crabb was so severely woundVd, : however just before I came up with him.

**A4 three hud 'I arid fiftv-one' dollars. within a reasonable lime from the date of the Vice President of the United States, trod that atjhe time our informant ler.YickIiLurg. may be, must present some other title than Thn mockeson is an u, ly lucking custom

AT NEW YORK. contract of a sectional floating dry-dockba" nlnd President of the Serle. laurels: however gloriously! gathered on the He is also short and thick, and some
for he not to eurvic.As er.
ircn and copper store, copj *rage, cob harf. rail-ways, lit the nny. ar.1 Iat Philadelphia, according JAMES K. POLK. was expected blood trained field."
lad 5.11mg m limber pond ; dredging channels and to the plan and specifications submitted by them Approved August 3, lS4.Adjournment nearly as we can learn the difficultywas what resembles the Raftlo Snake in fi>rn

"haij in front of hospital Ian"5s ; steam engine m I to the Navy Department and also to (nt*>f into one growing out of come trivial political Extract of another speech of ..fr. Clay at and color ; ikoncu he has more ofibe dark

Insh.e: ,, team pipes, ite and ti.tf'rn" for each contract with John S Gilbert and Zeno Secnr for of the Grand IoJpe 1. O. 0. difference between the gentlemen, which bad Lexington, Avg. 12, 1827. coppery bur. Hi is amphibious is -omft

'rvnir. pavinr and Acing and granite skids. the complete construction, within a reasonable time meet Had I voted for him I must have limes, though rarely, taken in the water by
aa4. pla1lorma for cannon, and for repairs of all from the date of the contract of balance floating F.-i'he Grand Lode of the 1. O. O. F., arisen a few days previous at a public gone

\ rn, ** kimdred and sit thousand dollars. drr-dock basin and rail-ways at the navy-yard al cnmpriking delegates from every Stain of the ing, and in referring to this in his paper Mr. counter to errry fixed principle ef my public means of hook and line. When attacked on'the

Hb.Jrj docMhren hundred and City thou- Penracola. according lo the plan and ';wciticalion Union, closed Us icssir in this city' at 12 Jenkins, without accusing any one, bad spoken life. At this early period of the republic land, he attempts to **rk refuge in the

-'lit o11arL submitted by them to the Navy Department and o'clock on Saturday night! session ef of the meeting's having been interrupted keeping steadily in viexv the dangers which xxater. Great stories arc told about his ven*

t'r.F.tke purchase! by the Se'cretarynftheNsvy r.f also to enter into a contract with one nr Ihe other of I other Irate State. I believed and lie nf his I'tebut I never'
: above and under water bounded by Flushv5f the respective parties above named for the complete nne wpek. The New York difTicuty, ftII i it by a ** big fat boy hich Mr. sup. had overturned every om, fatality

"oe.in the city of Brooklvn in the State of construction within a reasonable lime (rem the date ban been called was settled l hy the admission posed to be an illuton to himself. Mr. Jenkins it to lie essential to the lasting prekeva heard of a well authenticated account ofsny'one

/** lflfk. the tfnill'd State navy j.rd. hospital of the contract at the tI1\1-)ard at Killery of a cfihe City delepatrs. It, however caused was much and highly esteemed and has tion nfrnir liberties: that a m n, devoid nf chit r-axing died l in consequence of it. The'general

.P"n the Walhbout bay in the chat nel.two floating dry-dock basin and'rail-wavs. cr>"n either no ill-feelinp, hulL sets of d imrnfl having agreed left a large circle of friends, a wife and several talents' and offering no recommendation impression is, that the kin cia per."

:That?w"'4a* d eithty-fire thousand d dollars : Presided, cUbe above named plans.hat said the said the Set aid rel"ry works may that th'o decision of the Grand Lodc children to lament his loss. Truly a but one founded on military service should! son bitten by this reptile assumes the rant
Part 0 yard *
lilid shall be best adapts ;
III tli. PTm"t of the om purchase o' money m'oney. until applied a (ond *prefet t each as yard to be of the largest dia/l.n.jnr. rropoed should lien final and binding on racb. A great fatality attends the editors of the Sentinel. tint l lee selected to administer the government. tied hue of the reptile himself; ape1 that tbe

,M&pet1ecL tirl* i. arlured to the United States '..r lI in said plans and specifications: Provided, That deal huwness was transacted and friendship This is the third that has come to an untimely I believe BO }et ; ecu I shall consider the- most effectual remedy is the sound of a violin fI

thsui414 ,nd nurtenance in each cue such contract can be mad al prices .that I lore and truth' pervaded all ibeirclcjibSvn end within the Jut three years.-JV. ()* days of the commonwealth numbered when have met with no one who could swear to1

AT PHILADELPHIA.. shall not exceed bjrarr than len pr* -nt the prie l&h Intt. ATI opposite principle established. I b lieT. either fact.I -
r. erations.-Bnllil'lOre Mercury, -
.inJ aM lfsllip-boUR Gi OD. which have been submitted by ri




.-. ;4.tf -.- -- -- .- .
- -
1 If" ..I --- -- -- -- ---- -
: : !.'!.;". t DEMOCRATIC lEFO3 PWJLWAN nOMINATIONS. -date- --in- its- agitation, lo make the pr CASS and CCTLKR arenotolected. FILUXOBK, anIwiTh: ; not hesitate ;' 'llbt, this can b-e questions as to bit opinion of asr naJZed ,

I' '". ..'r question subordinate to the on" pi r:1 : FLORIDIAN. the abo'.illonisl: and uncompromising Whig, proved from the records.. sure, (ho Whigs justify him in ir. mea. I

p.". . sole t,> which I have Adverted, I will: I be installed in power over thm. Rem Tic rmJn.! taken by thu Whigi! is this- This i is not rigbf. Gen. Taylor hi,

l' -,.' ,: !bro trratcd it, anSI jet regard it HS L Ii 'l' t'. ALoft. : nb-ring llusc IIinII"t" 'xpccu1e'II'mo.enth when it was moved 10 lay Giddings infamous said that it is a right inherent in hiftlt"lt?'
: : -
iJ't 1 : ',1'. ", ',.' art'Rut im'it rranc-i is still .ixpsrtar. Its: ": October 7,1'18. all .them, tbe, at their posts, on Tuesday resolutions on the Call,. Duller, as well as man (to know the political principle eYe'" (' e.

.. .' )" the f future, although? not decishe, : ---- -. -- --- ------.- --. the 7th NovemVr, to cast their votes Fillmore, voted against it. The question now i candidate for office ; .nj he has *!*,?:/j[ *

r. .:\ ohpr\vi! than iiiilucntial.! Indeed :,\TIC NOMINATIONS for the democratic! c ndi'!1tC'. :arise?, why diJ theso gentlemen: who, in ,'I he held no opinion which heY ,. tbllt

,.:';; I flf the Sonth up'.n Ibe pre !"dei.tiul: >f'tT or TIIK VXITTT> TTC : Let: not one of us fail to do )Us c.11t). Our I their previous action upon subjects of shave! ry. claim to his assembled coun?rJ'melt."lot ?"

i:! t*,rtm. i ii; my view, one of the steps, '. LEWIS CASS discretion and differed so widely, in their votes why will he not do it
k' ? I recent defeat should! teach us I agree upon ? Why dots J"wards
rles; of which our ri
1 ,' .1-.."..-t. Jo., "'" -;----- .--- -- -_- --_- be ullim th'ly.iIlJC';; trd. With a OF MICHIGAN. wisdom.! The truth of our principles! should I this question ? The subsequent proceedingswill ay that he has laid i it dawn :ai ? *

_,t ,I;:!J ,:", ':.;, PRE tDE:T, lo all pending i issues, as well as t '! vice FHESIDENT: : iunpire us with renewed and increasing: ener show, and we appeal to these as a con. ciple" not' to answer questions touching"political

IJJ 1 t :, ,A' :.; GEN. LEWIS CASS, movements, I nm prrptred to cast I O. DUTLER, gr.yo should all go to the polls-all vote elusive answer lo all that has been said on this issues More the country? nil t .

f.r Cons and Butler, and shall it ) ticket !J'I'j4.'ct. The next question which arose, was an rf hit "
:b' t 1" t rKKSIDEXT, OF RF.rrCItT I the democratic electoral Antn.\'iKS, inconsistency which it I is fc
.f FOn doubting! an I with a clear nll.
'a'i .. "I GSN. WM. O. DUTLER. is right. parnPrzL r.rpcrops : Drrocrand MII/TOX-who will represent our upon" motion, that the main question be understand. The Whigs see and fell ;i'llId

,. i 'f, I I cordially! :: nj.prored the course : [{. FAIRBANKS, of si. Johns. party in casting the democratic te for CASS I now put." Butler votedybr this motion, Fillmore to get over it, they try to humWg" ih9 ,

"t hL \ ," ', .. Tr WE ARE MT STECCTt WITH JfDICIAL the FIOI hla Delegation: in the \ II. DUPONT. Of (;', zsIc::. and KCTLEH. Forget not the 7th of Nov m. against it. And here it is proper to explain by talking about the folly and impropL!

f f\ : : DUXD:>E8S, WE SHALL CLINH TO THIS CONSTITUTIO Hlthimorc ; no other conduct : TO:, Of Jackson County. State has heretofore for what the main question" is which is pledges. We it (
; Is
-I., .. SIAUI-NER CLINGS TO THE LAST have been consistent with .__ __. ._ __ ___ ____ t'r. Many: gone repeat, not Li, peJgea! bur
I. > AS TilE
3; -- - ----- at the Stall elections. and :or the the more important, as a writer in the Scnli. his principle, which wo
1 .,f : LAg "'HElnllT AND TUK TEMPEST CLOSE xtructioti, or the well understood : read Mr. YULEE'S letter to one party xvant him to give
other soon afterwards in the election of ncl: to whose communication that paper givesits Until he gives these, those
Lsicis Cass.Vct who &T
Sllh very
f" e. AKOCMI mil.- IIC I their constituency.;' ; paper to-day. Southern; men rote for
t .If. ,,":' ." \ hue neither the light nor the power to ba't"indictt.I the correctness of ; i Dc.'mocralfl-lu'n: President.! Let it be Si I) with Florida. We strongest commendations. seems not to do so in ignorance of the policy to be Mtiorf
: s or
..i. : c"l1Jcha"! rJ where it exists.-Gen. Cass. and) action. I ''If"iIh..t! if Ins : : FiLLMonn if support; : earnestly urge upon all democrats to rally know what it mean, or, at any rate, has misstated : by his election. They act in the dark-Mini
'; I, : ', has to that there .hltlll) Jikedvit!> a united voice, from you its meaning. Tha 'main question"upon Iy, and with
: Congress no rigla say agair, and to throw. aside their personal dif. a humiliating sacrifice '
.* : be slaverj-! New Yoik or slavery ir Geor.gia I ren in (ho Contention, a distinct r : TO E'iiOfliT. resolutions! is to decide whether .
: 1 .. the doctrine ofth nl' r 'rrntfor the common 00l1. The limes : any simply own judgments, independence and principal';
I .', / ; nor i ili there an iy Immnn power )'.t the I Virginia desires to l learn ticgisl l and ten- I the vote those resolutions shall be Will
.T : I this their demand it. LCII upon a self-governing people
'. .- .. ". pvoplc of those! Satis.-Gcn.: Cats.Th H47' Ihe Democratic party planting! demand principles go M far j jGeorgia.
in times pnst, the : MOES public :addresses, IIP can candidates the full democratic 'now taken, culling off all debate, or whether
:: .. :: p principles involr-d in the Wilmot Pro. country, W1jlil: ] have adopted ihe by applying! to the editor of the tho resolutions! shall lie over lo another day, -\Vo have seen reported retarn
I: 'I" ,. ': viso should! be kept out of ihe national I Ie islature strength i f the Slate. I'we( do this, we doubt from Counties
; thirly-two :
'. appealing to the justice and intt we understand, !has: extra slips: which gire
lg to be then taken in their order. UP.lrd.,
4,4 I and left to the people of the cotifederaej' not that Florida will east her volt with Vir. up regular of 100 for the'
would have Democrats.
; American
pl'ojl.; Democrats will know how There i is
local To the "main therefore .
vote ImaU
in their against
:: t : respective governments.Gen. tory )Iich would have nude glad ;iuia, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, question Democratic l loss, but
I .. Hass. and consolidated, : the opinions of a r.an professing anti other Southern State for the democratic as Fillmora: did in this instance! is not a not sufficient |te dun-*
: :.if". .;' .:: Let the people! regulate iheir intern! 1 con. r the every Stati patrio'Oh, )es their banner, 1 who thus !lends him,ef! :to nominee: vote against entertaining tho reso'utions, the political! complexion of the State. Tte
\ i in their W1J.-GC.1J. Cat:. strong Democratic Counties
erus own
rd with the i issue / ( of the'hi cause. When bav, not Uen
( ;
jl1.t Equality the Sentinel's wiiter would! have
/* as : : us ,
: Leavo tu the people who will be afil'C'ed 1 he .,li,, in; is the result; to far a I and tb'iroiers raised lo the old from General CASS, we hope lo : but it is vote against deciding the
.fte bv" this question tl) adjust it upon their own rt' from : a notr upon

... .l>or.sIMitr: and in their owa ma.nncr.-G could ihout! (it tho Ccistitvtion been otherwise. and equal 1 '11t' J alive; and kicking, notwiihsfantl! I.CON' T.'TY. resolutions! without (further: debate. So that Mr. Hives mill CJcu. Cas$.

C-ns. have trijir.jihed ho. ', anJ the country bulletin. from St. J.,s"pL*. I II a decision against putting the nriiti question Mr. WILLIAX C. KIVF.S, of Virgin!,, f r.

_ 4 '.: .. diction; I nm by opposed Congit-siovc:Jo t7 Ij<; exercise the t'iIect' of of any: kavarrGen. j'iris. I,een :it pe.ir. I \-Answer---- -- I ; f-1'I.L: f f'IJ. I jjII II. .J II leaves the resolutions still: pending, and opento now a great gun in the ranks of uhiggerj ,ill

Not s.lfj fi-d! with the action of the ,; challenge! i is font lie .S'jot1z- .g 'i I. : fit-bate when! they! are agiin reached in the that ancient commonwealth, and performs
Lusf.I I tion! anxiou fir the! just righti! of : I ; I ll.g I' : ,! I; S more than his share iu tho
G. "
Athens order of Bur wok
t : .: I iln J not s-'e in the I Convention any grantof uncertain: of: the (HrCli"n which : ( : :) nJ.I... r I kt.irov' I KiiMiiest. to votf ftJrrbe main ditty tf a.

I" '.. fjch a pcuerIo Congress.-Gen. L'uss.Jen. .1 : : ron Tar Sot'TIIC& question," as Dutler did, means simply: that : fusing Gen. CASS, the democratic uodidare
: :
oping even's would! give ti ihe actis) 'J o li 4J-JO II I 16 S 1 nu17J3SI; /
.. "-.I cli SLLaNCE.; CatrSI.II JO.r l,--2!) 14I. ., I fur the! Presidency. Yet there
Sirs, I waited: with vi\iotn suincnc > 16:1 I:3: !' the resolutions shall be nrx decided upon, and was a time
I r "'..' ( TdJJOJ.S endoisem r.f Mr. .FilI'j I w ay of duty cetr' before m0. A. a 1':1.fM. expressed any) opinion a'I'I L.orimrr, "./I.>'-2!, : 13,!H ::6121 j I without debate. It will ba seen, lfjn, that when till Hon. Mr.I RIVES' had an exited
more's abolition opinions, in his la't .' %VaLer: :JI I'.25OI4. 1331 17,337 I
', the : :: of the Baltimore! ": t I l j 01/cr f Congress tn pats opinion of Mr. CASS. That
: Mr. .Allis.m by lbs f followii!; extract : i nOuinuoo" innrr.i.in. 4IS17j21,2'iiS|. ; I4iU2jlJ3fiSCS. : Butler voted affirmatively 0:1 this question! because was in 1813,
lias he
wilh lha pledges contained! in the !- cxprewd an\, >-hine :'JCJ, COilI' '13 ::'J 't7s.J:1Matweit. : while Mr.I R. seated
'* r was amidst the .
T.e: National W'hig Convention'met in : he: wanted an immediate: decision tna.T
of that! ho'!' ', wnnM of course, 'have '. : or any flI'iriwl: I ihut will hind !. JIG :* 2.j: ta.is i ;.2i 1 I 13371JI i upon
I : June, and selected: me as iheir' candidate.I .- ed confiler-ce and d'l : Wiimot! J'torisa, soul! it lie .-,CI' .I(..I I I I( I I the merits l of the resolutions themselves, and I il shades of Castle Hill, loathing the riro.lencc .
: ,: I accepted the nomination with gratitude and my in-tar1 adler. :" '' 51 I t: 2,! 9' I I
as a citizen r.fa SOlllhf'r 8:3'1: I : gre s. If S'), here are they to 1 : : ;; 10J277 that Fillmore voted negatively, because he party, the slanders of prejudice, sad
i ;' S : with; prido. I was proti I of the confidence lJuv.\I) ?, .!O13)c, .J 3 21,I.1 I 1130-Jj:
: offcuch of to piu (fi>r reflection and! : : v iitu.'J: '! 21 ,1132IS 6 3 :) t I ii:2;: I wanted th.'m kept before this House I for further the envious gabble of malignant amlition.1*
; a body nr'-i: !cnting such' I
,. repre a I ter wnichfjl l and) cIihl'ralp fonaid : !) e ''CSiir.S in a spirit of candor: Archer, .13. 31 5 3 1112,1,31; At that: time he penned and published noble
consideration and action. a
the of Iho United '
constituency as Whig party I all that has Iratpin, : ., I : of arriving at ti ith. I;Vr Sate: a manifestation the more grateful be. I the firm conviction that! it was:\a my ; ( zrhk'sian.s'ort'n. WE: 'ha r< *, ;':!I t2\:u: I 4 u 4;i t II t t II 323 Where does this bring the two men ? Both eulogy: upon the glories CASS, hut he seems
: .. cause it was not cumbered with; exactions; in. U..Ur, 21O.JtJ2 G .1 3.11 It : to have the
rnv vote! :for the rick-I nominated at B ; : '.\. TO'is'WElt I ( 31:1I I voted against laying the resolutions on the la- forgotten glorious traits of ckanc-

.' compatible office, and with the lh"responsibilities dignity.of'he! of presidential its incumbent .. -:and I humbly! believe! that the ::sr lNS RELATIVE: I G.MJ! >DF.N:: COUNTY. I II lilt ; and at the next step Butler voted! that ter which tfon attracted his profound admirt-

Sutes. owe it a a duty t:the Union an i Come up to the scratch, :-'n.I i I t I I i i., I I I. the resolutions be their tion, and he is now found dabbling ia the
Ihe whole ie f ihe now
to nition.Anl = put upon
peor (> I I passage
selves, and arc bound I by ') t! : < !' Ihat: YOU DARE 1 I L1 I L'iWrs ,
ii I !
: Iniyaddthat! Ihcsc cmolionsvcrc inrcax every I fair I 1-1 I .& without debate-show ing bejond a doubt that same muddy pool with STEWAKT, the second
of honor and lo give notice: that we shall
rd namcvitJi Jistinguixhc.l jU.lit sa'cty I I 1 .t : I = I OGLE of Pennsylvania and other
: byastocit'ingmy Federal
thilofthr .
.I" 1 ho them
weight declon:: effect i answer, that Gen. Taj IMF i is 0 waa: opposed to laing oa the table
.t V ., InotrlcJgtd C'abilities':rn f and JNVtc sound York, trhztc ac. that ticket.It a:1 : Allison letter to vets acts of : I : 'I 1:51 I : L 1'-:3! E EIJr.i.vn .1 because they could again be taken up and agitated Orators. So it is with other distinguished

opinions migh! hare justly cn'L'lfd ronStTC't1lirt'j was impossible fo m? to pass: \ ,:;' of the ConMitution :--' 11J16;::);: !t2.9)li; I''t' I I Ifr6T' : : butv.is in favor of immediate action men ia our ccuntry. From the time of tba

impressive scenes of the late t ee -ion; ao! asserted at the same time, C4.t.t'! : J23 17 IIll 136.usin defeat of (he famous quintuple trt&1y'L Gen.
merits that the would! be
a firs place on the tide!. I :17I- upon so : matter ,
gre!s, without )being convinced that \ J.Oll maintains that the, : ,\ lz.n,6 Si21, I II Iljt1-112,
\ I CASS, to his advent in thu Senate of the
: : This man Miliard Fiilmoro, and this : i of pvmpatl.y! the South finds for her ) is UNCONSTITUTIONAL. I Jones : : 9217j10,17,133Stejihens ,: finally disposed of; whereas Fillmore voted up

. The he ; Caxdila'e I of the ZIIGO,2)1, ::/ ; I against putting them their with. U. S., be was regarded by his political 1 opponents
Flatfom! of Whig for t fewlings on the part North, i 'I'mrlers--we arc lor a fight, 2i.: 1 .kyl t .1-1 9221171IOiIGjI2IIIn"m. upon passage

: the Vice P-f: dtrll':. r, I bosoms of the men who constitute: tLc I' -we arc in the field-our I Nnowlt's, 21'66, 2;/2' III out debate-showing clearly, in connection as a distinguished statesman and cmi

; .. .. "BCVFALOtht. IT," 1939.Sia the Democratic organization there. i -TAKE IT Ui' WHO C.l3si1cs.flaile I 91':2 t711011i with his former vole, that he looked upon the nect jurist ; but no sooner does be allow himself .

: : l. co.-nminication of the loth! int. I The \Vhgs: rflht\ Northern State, : : ., !, 0'3"1,. 13$ 7 7 t:"-"I"JDuul. resolutions! as entitled: to the respect of still: to become a candidate for high office,

V as chairman of a committee npjllirlt by j supporting Tajlor and Fillmore, are a assured that no Whig will 1\(. \111:1, .11--11'.1, : 91 I131G3iiblO:1. : further consideration.: ;: and therefore In the xvay of whig Lopes this
., 1 in their the' 1.I11
The Aiti-Slarfry Society of Ill!'Counry of a: compact hostility a !, or attempt to answer the ( : r 8,1C31GMc'Ii3an he dwindles into '
/> has I who support Van: Burn and : 12 63 15j21' 7I153Fletcher. Tha proceedings do not stop here. It was 1 a mere deU1aogue-ajtg.
*>, jUst come t' hand. You tIic11! ; j nr ji we will adJ a word of our 'J311t0! !
Cast and 1 levelled! llil ::3 L6I7 gler-a political hucksterer-utterly uz& tooccupy
tho : lit are 711J,3.)1I moved that the rules be suspended that Mr.
answer to iHouing i 931111
interrogator '* eUfjolh'u
\ my : ,
show how the case: really stands. I ( .aui'Ilvr, I32:77IL72I, 7/13,3.:
eq-ial 1 : : ; by / station within the gift of the
1st. Do you believe that' petitions to Con. j 8lrnns i Bolts might introduce a resolution censuring any pea-
1 'u'lILs and the< !: t q-iestion must be answered Making Crown's majority! for GJ\'crnor, Iii I
gress on the subject of slavery and the slave! I n1rhur.-r upon I I It Mr. Giddings for insulting! the House and the pie Beardless whigtings mount the stump
) trade be received read and ground that his election: cppos' : ; jot Gen. Taylor's: expressed Cabell's fr Congress, 110u
ought to respect- j he had done his Cieolo resolu. and dispose of his qualifications! : ia few words,
as ,
: considored the the Fr"e Soil movsment, as they are : u ,' lia'g for State! Senate, 4a country
fuJlj-! by representatives of the I ; binding efficaey of Jbng-sct-
j" to designate their assaults:! uprn the : tions. Bitler voted lor tho suspension, Fill to the great apparent delight of the gnj
: tickct
:: people I in connection with of Average mzijoriyofVhigIousu 7:
1. 2d. Are you opposed to the annexation ofi' the States. The argument pressed | questions .more--, ni-0-----' nd -iL- .Aol..,-' .vli. -"-.n. .Mr... ._ \V0Ilar. -.-. -.,.t'it.srwardsin I beards, who sit with open. mouths, drinking- ia

'i.; Texas to this Union, under any circumstance, Whigs anJ Barnburners! in the : ,i forces the inference: and Y.Kt.LL.CotJ IY. t regular! order, introduced the Ibo masterly: efforl." of the rising gyration .

:: .: sa long as slaves are held therein ? I in States, against Cas, will nict .f"r j Le does not and will nut deny : ; same resolution of censuie it was opposed and !" But our design is not to waite a com
:;J. Are in favor .I ness aid empliasi) *, is that M llt.I to the Wilmot .: .: .
Congress I power pus .
.. you exercising I'rorisowhile! Van Barest i is I '; j voted against by Fillmore, while! Butler favorcJ mentary on whig precocity, but to make to
all the cotiiiituticnH.1 it to In''n reference to the second z :
power po sosvs, ;
'. ubo'ish the internal slave trade between the to be, and Taylor is asserted to be, leJ: of his q'lcs.II has C.: 2 i1 .4" i t .I and voted/I/ if. Now does not this bow extract or two frcra Mr. RIVES' eulogy .f

.. States ? sign a bill! containing it, passed by II : open opinion own :3 c. : : most conclusively! that they acted throughout Gen. CAS in 1913 :

',. Itli. Are you i in favor of immediate I J.s:g.islation The course of the canvass and the< his "decided approval" of Ne'atsrt 2'2 21-25 29 Z2 22 2:1 23St ipon difijrcnt principles and! from very dfifrfrnt To rfprl attacks which English d."tormiadpoliticui

.. t for the aboliiioa! : of,IHcr, in the District effect of antagonism of parties has I cfthe Signal article,"' aid his Muk 30 5U: 4 31I ,I 31Bln motives 1 Fiilmora! lias lisJ Qisde upon Gee. Cass, ,toe bielig
Cabs and; the miss of his friend in: the I li'Ii-:), 16 47 11 4:1: 15 4t13 17Cogh.s thought reao'utiur.sshou'i th"ir cr.dfircr to inveigle: France into the qniitB-
cif Columbia! to the veto ,
? squint lb
power Ireedcm the
into the attitude of champions and itore. I II 23 10 2J: 11 2J 20 1 LSoj.etiiy : not be acted upon without debate and tie trey! a-aiiwl the cf
I am much engaged and have no time to : the conclusion: that so ; to 9 G J 3 13: II aI.r.JhU'II -' muun-eof woiU, Mr. Rms wrote4 AMIRI!
of j'lfctice' to tho Souih.I : respectful l cor1SiJl'ration-Btl thought they CANUS." sent it to Washington, acd had it ferth-
I ; enter into an argument, or lo explain at length : : 2 19 I 1J 4 Ii 16 2
4 l" j I bound: by any opinion he en with! ',h..hN in the cube I .-
Under these circ.imslance,1 I fur I government.SecGlubf
on i hould! be acted and p\ organ
f my reasons: for my opinion.: I bhail therefore - -- upon ut once, finally."iliinoru -
to i feel myself dishonored and recreant, if the Wilmot Proviso, General (;enerIrcsut: 91 133 95 127 95 123 It tJ.TEI'FEflSON ( '.l 22J May, 1b43.-Jms ibal lucid au4
content mjself: for the present, by answering I did not 1 think GidJings ought to be patriotic article, the w"rirr pronounces Gep. Cw
back while! blows were received and : veto it at a!!-will not hesitate .
ALL your interrogatories in the AFFIRMATIVE : I COUTY. ensured fcr introducing! them ; Butler: though: 017: ot the most able and accomplished minute
by Northern friends on our account. ar.dpriVi of whom can boast ," toi
'. and leave for some future occasion a I bill containing this: odious f..3. any country
whatever be our views of the I ; he should be censured. and he aided to "i\'f". thaI" rhe value ol' hi* services lofci* own ccnn'rj!
more extended discussion on the! 8u1jf"d.llJoOf.HD be in view of thU a
.3 .5 il I wtrc difficult to appreciate.even by aDJ'approJlmll
for the future this the which the House
: apprehensions one i I : ,= censure imposed. Ye
FILLMOKC.W. % b. -
if the decline to s'.ardird.: 114dPie quintuple treaty eoeoLuinmattd
Whigs answer a i
1& p MILL, C5., chairman." plain. to supp.j.t' with: our full weight I i : : :; = : it has been attempted, notwithstanding this, to by the ratification of .France(and that itwa

___, _. ____ are fighting our ba't'es' in the very : ator1ts. An attempt to .v -- ..Co bow that Fillmore not, was owing ex dally to Ike timely ind
.t .' -- --- ---- -- I I : ; .. ; Co4 ; is no more to blame in this
'.. LETTER OF ItlR. VUt-KC. enemy.. To desert or betray them / to the South: will make I. ... ,- :. .: :3I spirited interposition ot Gen. Cass,) we La,. the
than Bllllf'r.PrincipiI's
.1 juncture will leave us net only without that. it _;_J- :: I I mCdhclt. .Jj matter authority cf Lord Fjlmerston in the lat debate is
tree was to straight lisa llou-e ot Con.racni. and cf Lord Ercogbam.fur
Sr. AUGCSTIXK, Sept. Cth, %JS13. for the future, but unworthy to have 17 5.j 21 .S 9 1 11 12 :1- 2( Britain ud have been ftuhcd
Great so
-it would him clean and E'lcdjjes. saving \M>
vay carry Ihv..I, 130 21 22 It 3 1' t1 t 7-236
.: : GcNTLr.M&.v I I do that the of !
: am obliged to abandon the cot say s'iccass: with: the pUU'-o of hd projt't .and so emboldenedin
S ..' ., hope of bein; with you on the 9h.: It would j end our struggle: or bro us peace. I si':>. j Iiicy Brown! IJ'CO; 2)016 :1 lot 13 2 5 7 I 9 2 It: 21-7-t60: .i Whig papers and speakers seem to have Tic: pursuit cf Iu !long cbtmbcd aim of ondif-

.p have been Iruy! gratifying to mingle again htrlirve! it 'vil.!| But will be a step! -..-Elections.--- Viiu, l.j7 2.3 23: It ItO 21 S-c their ideas greatly confused as to the right: of I''ud SDJ reruiy oc the ocean, that AmtriCI."oal.s&afe

t, ,. with thts many (,M and long esteemed friends j it. I will! jive ascendancy to the 1'.aylur. 11 3) t3 i: j 17 2. :0-0 ''I every freenrin to know the principles of these had no alien.afire but war cr submission which she ea
far heard from, the great question c.f cariticne rigtts on
ns, so
., } :\, who will assemble at Ocala, ren.Ming; I the assurances 1 most favorably! inclined ; and will thus as Unburn, Ir: 16 19 12t 11 2: 7-:11: who are before them for office. It i is true that had fsed hi r chzrarter ard fortur.es.
a..lrou51lo the G..ml!ll". 79 62 21 1 .1 7 11 11 1216Djv.its I ,
: of and the ultimate settlement of this ilernocrats. ia the tecabalary -
a my regnrl: interchanging tale now Sul"nii9jinn is a word net found
: ; I 1:3.m their conduct
DI.1j..riry. I IG-U.drY'1i: msjorly as a party, proves clearlythat
ties upon th. present monentouscris.; I Ia II controversy upon a basis: consistent: Governor, nn.J Congressman very ol American patriotism. War then with tit
,. still; self the lice and continuance of the they either havu no principles! or care greatest mar.time: power cf the world would! bi"
profni nij pleasure upon tome a happy t ; present probabilities I leave :H'rl rt'L.\TIOX.Cr.t'IIr3 been 'revitiMc ar.d with the alliance of all Europ
oilier occasion; that be the other had I fn.ir that the CJ.'rll, Drel.Cadsden little of what becomes of them. -
,:. : any mutually conveni Upon 6 l : any different rel'llllt..11, J.ku'a. D.uii'y. very They secured to f hr bf".lehar.J. to back ar.d iuitainlrtia
ent. of! either: of the other tickets would 4VJ: 34lJ: 333 avow no principles, and run a candidate! for the conflict. lj? the bolt! and skilful '' !' of
:. of have struggled hard for a vie- J Leon 277 393 339Vs'akulla (;,-nertl Ca--3 in ratificaticn ol the treaty? ,
Never the course' of mv 'brief connection amicable arrangement. our ; : 97 1'iesident who also refuses to It arrrtinglhe I .
with public affairs( has my mind been so much I fa d.flicult. and! impracticable! 'to : opponents have snatched it 133: 91 127 oiJeirson any. France was detached iron this menacing sod formiilabl

S oppressed With anxietiei.: The successirc developments the existence of the government in its l : abide! the lois as beet we 1(10( 2'3 2O 233ColuniLia cannot be expected, therefor, that their ideas to her I natural? Anglo arid European cient confederacy relations of cordial and restored co-op
: a::
I'. : of the last two years 'have: been form. I cannot: upon such an of a correspondent, I, 2 Hi ::3 12 232 2 tODuval of the rights of the people in this particular I rrationi with the United States in defending the ii

.o startling and the evident tendencies oft ture into detail, but it is perfectly plain wo Mill : 2j9 234: 263 230St. are very clear. So they can elect their man, berty of 11 I seas. Th is at once gave England pan*;

-. these events: so threatening, that it has been observation that while the general am undismayed Joh:1'! 13i 1.1 19 1)5 be his principles or no-principles, his partyisro andby transferring{ to (the side ol the United Statet t
: has been lost, we arc not ; the i aceful! ally which had beendetached from her.
difficult for faithful Democrats is fair
the Northern lo
a public servant to a -
: per or no-parljism what they iheir object enforced uron her< rcunrils! t.e necessity of p***
:: form his duty in (be emergency, and at the ment, that of the Northern Whigs is : ; ; ough fresh fioni a fil'lJ'h r 17jj IGO 182Q 1591Majoritiru may with America."

same time maintain with grace his adhesion to any anjustm'nt short of absolute we am prepared for will he accomplished, and they will be satis. The talents nail l influence of J1 r. Ruets, IJ

,, .' t" lo any previously organized; political combina by the South-in this respect more important struggle I 15:1: 229 Ii I'd. But the people are not so easily satis render these el-
a leading of
,: tion. For my own part, I frankly! confess I the Birnburneis. the Jackson rl'Jt'J 2HJ 22:) tied-they dsiro something more. They whig Virginia,
on 7ih of November
); have founJ other considerations I ; Mad-ion tracts of peculiar interest, and worthy ln
-" it n<) eay taolt lo determine the I There are many GO GI') feel an interest, and a strong and earnest in.
I 'proper action for myself ant rq ,
... ,. and delicate to afTnl suggpstinnt for the dfrision '- I''I lo anJ nilmore u'tcrly unsafe! and : wo did on Mond'iy last. \Iachua, rst'.l .to 55 (crest knowing a principles has Mr. CASS since don to change tbe current
oflhose of rfllowcitizen and frirndu ,flh? So-illi, aaJ which i his views of the constitution, his views
my : IpoIlhe put r.a jccav'nn; ) t far' diileri'ircrs: or -- of Vfr. I l's: admiration Nothing-to*
4. who live apjtealed: to me for my uinifm.-l recommend lo our favor the opposing ranks ubojt! men. It is 132 4'2 013 55 of public policy, and his views of leading political .

f ., :: 5.'ncerry; attached from: cunvictim, to the Cass and Butler. I cannot now : there 'have L"f"l1lh In Madison: one Democrat is probably e. measures, are ; and they will: not, and Mr. RIVES is nor a iclugt and that explain
principles of ihe! Democratic party, and united of those that weigh with me. One only I 'ie 'r. the whole matter To abuse and TiKifr!

_. ._ Iy a common) sympathy, with the members of' advert lo, !K.'ca'j e the question' it \ :! elections, and that in some l lectcd, Mr.J Coleman. ougi.t not to be, content with any thing less. every democratic candidate is a part ofl tl*

e .; cut! plrtJ-p.t, rfgird.ng the question; of the the first t magnitude. 1 allude lo the ha-J more candidates than The Democrats hare one, probably' two, in What do the Whigs tell us on this subject ? whig creed, and when a whig orator 6il 'in

...1 : CTII] 'ity of the Souhern! States in the L'niontn I con'Ilihliftn of' I id* powers of I he HO\'f I there were personal ol'' 'c. Columbia, one in Hamilton! one in Alachua, Why, if we object to General Taylor! on the thc of this of his datI' .8

: >he eminently vita!, and therefore, above al) ii: the Legi-dative depirtmcnt by iho \ of many: to some of oar can- and iho Democratic Senator from that Di!. ground that ha refuses to answer questions as performance part This
of what is known the the cold shoulder from his
S;) other considerations of current policy I de.lennined abolishment as trict. to his views of any political measure, the Wil- gets parly.
: lo make thut is'ue (he prfdominant power. When this important Executive not and which Mr.r RIVES well knows, and hence his course;
the South will have lo l All this is removed. The Whigs claim the Roiresentative in St. mot Proviso for instance, they will tell us that
: : rule! in my action. The rapid growth of division lion i is paralizcd, now I'I'l and hone too the slanders and small potato!

\,.:. ,..; ; upon this n'les'ion has shewn how likeIv principal shield which the constitution election, democrats will Johns. Mr. Forward, Democratic Senator, is no pledges are needed from him, and that in attacks have from the whig dumpers -

". Pb '. it is to absorb all others: in its progress. es against I In: domination of a more I sustain their principles: and elected. fact it would! be wrong and a condescension on our people *Vlf
It '
: U'hat. course the gathering event's' of the limo section. To aid in the immolation the candidates these Doth Whig candidates are elected in Duval, his part to give any. Suppose this is true alto in this Sfiand elsewhere.!
;. rriiy oblige the Southern States lo adopt fin defence will be to surrender herself \ upon only capital', and we must not deny them I
pledges, this does not remove the
and .
RcTLnn. 14 objection.
Defeat that by majority.We
., 5_ :-: honor and self-preservation, is a rubjrtt 0 sacrifice at the altar: of Northern D good use of it. Deprire them of their sling'
defeat be able to full in What the people want is, not a pledge but "
grave: lrnportanddeserves (the deliberate ami und Northern power. Of course the of their cherished hope to givo returns a and bitter abuse of Gen. CASS, a nd they SZ3*

p :c caily consideration cf the whole South. M) could not be dispensed with safely or are not willing to submit! our next. declaration of his opinions and principles. into Destitute ofprincir I,MDf' J

I,. own opinions ujton the subject, humble at daily for any ol tbe States or any ; aro before them as TV. O. Buflrr and fllillaril Fillmore. They care not whether he pledges himself or nothingness. .*ve
they arc, and unimportant as I feel them libe but considering the pregnant causes of mint go by the board, unless they taD
of democracy and, being TIm( CREOLE RESOLUTIONS.The not, so ho tells them his views. They seek to words.
3r I may take some rally occasion to ci.1UJ' ance and antagonism between! the themselves by an unsparing UN of fcard
Whig candidate for in this know these that determine whether
? press ; less however, with the hope of affording South as now developing the most : gallant and nero Congress they may Let them jog on-they ham but few days t t"
which the South stile and State, in common with Whigs of the 10 or disagrees with them. And if it
T'iIj1; Ufceful counsel, Iban with Ihe purpose ot ror, in my view, can accomplished many agrees lire, and we should ali r grel, afler their de tbin

inducing public discussion and eliciting the will be to assist, directly cr indirectly in all their principles! South, followed! up and sustained by the Sen. I be objected that he cannot answer all tho let. I did thing 'fo

i-f.L'. : judgment of wiser men in the State. .iroKtration of this eminently defensive in their character, they tinil :and its correspondents, i is endeavoring (10 I ters which are written to him, some from goal November, that ave ever any
; the meantime conservative provision of tho mar their i-i their last moments.
Buf,, in present duty isdc cordial support of the demo. make the impression upon the people that, if and some from bad motives,this does not mend peace
"te volvcd us. In regular conMitutiona. With sentiments of warm regard, Columbia
::5iflu3: : progression upon, an election must take place it ''Vicnds in Marion, and among them for There! is but one cxcep. Fillmore" is answerable far his course in con he matter ; for he could at least: once-in one l\\UK THE Iwrtzznxcs.-TbO

November next, bra President of ihe Unite( 'elver, through whom the invitation was for notoriety's sake. Demo. nection with the Creole resolutions, so also etter-tell the world his views of every impor. Soulh Carolinian calls upon the CharllIo11Democrtic

l 'States.? Florida, as"one of these States, musdecare nunic led, they abandon these men in and equally is Wm. O. Duller, the Democratic tant measure. This would bo no pff'dge-it Taylor men to publish the letter

: her choice. The du'/ is imperativr. I remain, respectfully, ; abandon their only hope of candidate for the Vice Presidency. Well, let would be only letting voters know his opinions Gen. BUTLER addressed to tiern. It u DB

:: and it attended. at thiijuntture with an unuiuaInterest. Your follow D. L.citizen' principles in the administra. us examine (the matter, and see how they makeit and principles, his position, bit whereabouts. derstoodhe[ Us. refuted the use of M aira

;;; : J ;. DeersiGed: AS J hare been fiom oa ear'y' To/. G. REACO, :.*, W. J. SPA! X, n''. Th"j know that j'f out. They certainly fail of their purpose, Yet, when General Taylor refuses to answer along' with TAVIOIU %**'

... -.. --.- ,,
1q frlf )1
':' \2: r; .' .... .. : '1 ,. .. .' i lii }'
l .. : :- .:'". .,4 ). .. c.... :; .r:; ... ; ;'':_tr .he ," !\\" "."... ., """ 'I<'; "'f', "\ .:....-. 7 ...1. .. t.r\ .

- -
----- --- --
-. ---- -
-w : ,. .


_- -
--- -- -_ _-- --5- 5- S --&- -
--- -
-S ----- ----- -

. Rrnd tic Evidence.We log testimony of his 'hostility- to Southern pie;- they hate conferred the veto power" and Gen. Butler-,men. he said, distinguishedabove Auction Notice.ATSmta Removal. J I Ir11111r4

hate, from flue to time, given evidenceto rights, is without the level nnd honor to Fee, CiilumbuCounty. 1-: K ,.n S.\T. subscribrrf have rtmcTfd lo ll. store ( r. .
Buchanan said- an
excuse. said Mr. again be ordinary any
I ; D"rViII t he II
ant Y, the 2.Ih Octobtr In SL winy rrctipicthjr Mr.i.R.F'ortuneand Imo ;
. prove that Gen. TAYLOR is supported b.>' People of Florida: we warn you to beware I Hut, after all what la nature of this qIJI.! party. Gen. C.is, hIt said, he knew person to the highest bidder the huH of the S'eamrr OR. door above Meiwrs. hopkins and Mefinni( .

I Northern Whig*, because tliey beliete he will of the Fillmorite Thir Presidential ified veto under the constitution ? It is, in ally as a man sterling worth, and possessed PIICUS, together with all her tackle and apparel P.lRCIIL-fT & LINDENBFRGER. I

not ntl $the! Wilmot Protiso. The evidence date has candi. fact, but an appeal: taken by the President of those high moral qualities' and qualifications, Consisting Anchors, Cable*. JHock, i.c and a *>p rn.Scr U:. ISIS. 9 31 .j

refused to say that he is opposed to from the decisions Congress in a particular that stamp ihe gentleman and scholar! ; lor his quantity of Smith* m.1 Carpenters rools.
fat ilill The nival hi I\ KNGINI said engine
this u acrumulating.
of the Wilmot Also, a splendid pressure State of Florida.
Proviso while he has of the of his
: so pledged case, to the tribunal of the sovereign pto. early daring in rights i it in goodorilerand complete nievtr} lespccf, .i

of every miil brins; kttong auj (reh decl.ir.i-: himself! that mry d'tfinguishtd Northern pic oflhe several states, who are equally 'the country, and the recent proud stand he took in with BoilersStc.

lioni in confirm: what we hue siid. TheirnewSp3PerS \ \\Miig supports: him on the ground that he muter of both." reference to the Quintuple! Treaty, while. Sale lo commence at 12 o'e!10C"1i. M. ..1

"i Minister of St. Cloud heaJm'rrJthe : For r'JrllU'r particulars, apjdy lo the uikrsaedat ;
oritors, contention, HUM m t'l.iugsall at ihe Court / ,
not veto the lrc'solId; ton sec in the 'el Game of Rule and Tic.-Gtn. Tay said Madison Court Home.
For ihis reason,
man andilzeparka'
declare that TAYLOR, Southern A. B NOYF. .\ .r.t. "
man case HATES, (that the mere fact of owning lor, in accepting the Native nomination for Pientiss, I could wish in my heart that Gen. Sopfcrabcr aI'( IS-Ig. It I.

though! Le be, can be trusted by tho North on slates is the agreed to wilh General --
run -
no touched ----
pro fuf opposition to the Pro\iso. Presidency) Cass was a whig. lIe then upca
*' free suil'. qnes'ion. Who doubt ) Native candidate for the Vice Notice to Settlers
/ this can Gen. TAYLOR might be twenty imes in /favor Duller ; and here is a man, said he, that I

the meaning oflhe following reso'ution.: I oflhe Proviso and he Presidency. In accepting the Whig nomina. love with my whole! heart-a noble spirit, or UNDER ARMED OCCUPATION ACT"

A Rough an.l Ready ratification I : never would! Jose onefciatv ) lion, lie contented lo run with Mr. Fidmore one of !loftier daring lives not-but he eould Tim U"dersunet!. Aijent of the United Slates

meetingMassichusetls ; by it. The Proviso 1 h lot iatended to for Vice President. And in accepting the ; thai he should '; ,&.c., will attend at the follow'in,; |-lace i PROCLAMATION BY TilE GOVERNOR.
the help regretting most litterly
passed tlowiig :- lake from slate Charleston nomination his with I *, onlhedi\ss.;>ecitid below, to take :and( rective1rnofs I IT KNOWN to all the people of Ihl. Sfillt
us our property-it onlv!,' : agreed to run have to vote him that if Gen. Cutler f BE
KcsolirJ, That it is the Irue policy! of ihe I pro. against ; by d.'poMiions btfcre him in r !*/li"n to the ihat. in of Ihe Act of the General
friends fI f "Tree Soil," to unite in the elec! poses to keep us from going to territory now Gen. Hutlrr, the Democratic candidate for was only on the ticket with: 'I'l.tor! he would I settlement( an-l occupation cf all person h" rh. Assembly, approvid Alh January. 1S47, and 4th IVcur.bcr. -

t lion of TajIW and Fillmorc: nominated as ; liec. Many Southern men are in fivor of Vice President. This last act of his, implying 'labor night and! day lo elevate him ; he diJ.i't tined |'erm.ls u' Ilf r the Act of Ci.n;res*, entitled I Is-I's, Chapters 71 and I6fl an election will

a willingness to run with any body mouakdbthint ifhe democrat." I. An Act to pnmdtf for !the! Armed Occuptwn and t h.- h.l Id at he Ilk cecil I precincts within the': State, on
was a
they WC by Xorihcrn ".es, in a Contention :I this and the entire! Noithem whig party claim him, Native, Whig or Democrat, was care I SitllemiM uf the in!tllie.l I part elr I ll.e i eni-.sula" ili Tuesday. the 7lh div ot November neat to choose 4

i held with the full concurrence of Northern i ir TAILOU _% S-S _BY. S _x I Florida," apj'ro\cd AUIJIHI Jib, ili.I and who were ihree Electi'reof: President and Vice President of lhUnitetl .
as being one of them! I subject of remark the at the
: by speaker
r Whigs, and in \\hich ihe Preo Soil States ; Ilsnlw. Old VIRGIN AGAIN" occu.anl; undtr that Art a-dlho I Art arnenditoryIhereof Sidles.

held a large and decided nnjoriU." I cates in this State are defied lo deny lli indignation suppression meeting at the Capitol! Albemarle: Count, Va, M-in ttt. 1SJ7t I I pi.r.ved J"nc tlh. ISI It l.awl wlio a.'tuatlorcujtitdcr .lunUnly Given under my hand and the great seat of lhr. .
i i ii did
Mond urdersa.d: Act, rut' i
Their candidate for Vice PieiJent MILLARI on fr Seth \V. Fovile I -Dear ? ir-I take pleasure in HiU'ed: .. S'.le. at iht Capitol in T.IJaha5ltilhl'
i ,
Or of the following by the people! of tl. r..lan.t..h! :and ab! ndi>n the! same; hal continued c1 I
I ; j M7lh oC ,
General tlq.nl.
Whig Tit was represented atcarrying tattii.;: to voii mv experience in lli ue e>f \'t'l'.iar'sC1om ( day AngHsf. (
same State f i iII I IILI.II:, is known to be a XortJurn man I,{ him, l first taking! up Gen. I ot Wild Chi-rrv I own s very valuable near lo reside on Solid numbers fruntH une r S a-d uih d tee.tIe So"III.liol'dlvl.Jin \ D. AIOSELEY.Py .

Jt a large ratification Taylor meeting in I i.i liviiqics: ( and lest s nse ofthr tT-? Butler and running with him in South which.* ;irl brought x-io attacked her in"with arjnre a difficulty lo the of brink ihe tune of ternc. and Eat TuwlHhip"of the bHe: lire pccifu l in "li.1 :VI if! A.Ih K.Grrcrnor MAiwrLL: Governor of Honda.

I Worcester, it was unanimously He is admitted to be in fmor of the Wilmot!: i iI boa, then throwing him
Rcsoilfcd, TIIVT WE DELIE\F. i.\ TilE AStrsvNCESTii I Proviso, in favor of abolishing! slavery in the I Fillmoie to mount the pillion, Ind so on pronounced bereave incurable, wr I that I they could Jo At.Act NewnansvilK. "u : Alachui! Coun!.", on Ti.ur-Jij, August II. IMS. 5
I the list different backers no lor her. I tried remedies, but| none
through -taking more many
VT EX. TA\LOK UEPLOKESTHE District of Columbia! and of the of up 12th OctoSei I0das Fire and Marine Insurance
of \U'lifar Ualim
passage dul >d. I account :
I to uit tho different latitudes and longitudes. any :o< sa* some tCJ October .
SLAEKY At Long Pond, County on Monday,
>e-E OK ,
KXisTE AND is OPPOSED TO faith -
and Iho\l' I.11V"Iu.l I but had little t
laws prohibiting the iziernal.mave! trade and ; try i. .T THC
; and old ..
alone with da
IT KVTK>SIO.\ The question ot extension finally running I Whitev"only in it. I procured bottle, vvhi h tvai aclminirerl'tl I Iacc'irdini I 10 }

of slavery! over the lerritory of ihe United I opposed to the nlls'iCI: :: of Texas, so long as for Vice President This picture of the ; to direr!mns.ardi *a\v she bt'/ot.ln to mend ; I AtMicanopy.d.A'.acliua. Countyon Thursday,2d November Protection Insurance Company

States: must first t receive the '.1clioI' Con. slates; were held therein These constitute Whig candidate! in his multitudinous! : sectionalpluses and before the first bottle was rune she was np.-, St Augustine., 2 \)SAt St. Jo.n"! County on Tnursday, Of IVrw Jersey '. .
procured a second and she look that and now she i I II
aul Gen. Ta IQr has formal! and him abolitionist drew out a burst derision and ridi. 9th/ November dt"s. AT SOMERVILLE,
gr ss ) } expic.'ty an :\ defined bv Hr>KY I thinkcured, or nearly so She attends to her daily
declared his intention not lo inteif-ie CI.in 1S39. Tho wliigs: arc drfcd to disprove cute.! Tru'y! a fine subject fur the caricaturist.Albany | Ubor, n,11 1 lear no complaint*from herR At lUda St. Lucie. County, on l\Io r"l..y,2"lh CAPITAL 200OO-Cbutued Ftbroarf, 1S4'. ;

with "ihn will f the Argus. L. JFFFFRSOV.Remember >* .5 .
o people as expressed t flit
Mellonville.. Oian-e County, on T1.uraJ.r.
their "' i this! They cinno!-tl.py knoltbl'se --------- the genuine mut have the signature of At : This Company: insure* on MerchandizeFurnitnr, ,
through Representatives in Congress. FIOM l'ie fiotlon Daily T,:I'I. I. nUPTS on tl.e December, 10 dava HuildingB. Mach.nery. Foctories, and property ... 1

clrtrges are tiuo, and still they hue: the hardihood wrapiur.C3r At Ocala, Muion County, on Monday, 1st January,
Or of these, pissed by a ueeting at Poitgh- MAINE ELECTION-TKIUMI'IIAN! T I.CSfLT: : r a-liv! n \RN\RD, Jr Druj:ut.Ta-! orally, in city and couutrv.

to mgp i'lLLMoni: upon Ill support ol lahasiec, D LiD, :vport, F'lori.!aand by Druggist 10 dJlt. I3th a .
New Monday
kcepsic, York : According to the Portland AdtcitUerWhig At Chocochntlie, Denton County, in DIRECTORS.
the people! Howare f him If wo-ild generally I throughout the Unilrd Sate.A .
"Resolved, That the doctrines of Free Soil > JtU authority, b-tho war-in 407 towns January If1d"\* .!onda Yth William! Thompson, Edward Pay.on. N. York. : r

hate ever been the ciidiai: and inherent! el.,c. not 'haziid: your dourest rights! shun! the Pill- Dana has this year 39,0:;; Harnlin: 30.111 t ; Situation Wanted, At January Tampa, I0d\s HilKiiorough. County, OB Peter L Slrjker Matthew Rud dale, .. -

trines of the great whig! parly and that the monies scattering, 1 lzrn3.; Lat jcar Dana: had 320'J7 t ,. I BY a voun man 21 yean ol ase with a smllfamtU At Key West. MoisrucCountyon MondayIItti Ftbr.iay Jamoelaylnr Ua"ill[ Sanderson., J G.. S.F.Mclnlyre.PoW'tr"Brooklyn. to", .

country now looks to us the fit: hen rf this -- --- ; Hronson., 03,991! ; scatteiing, 7,5t1. ', a, a Teic'icr' 11: the l Enrli.1 ianziieze 1) day. William: J. 'O\UIf', t.
Ti) lor and tie Iroiiso.The Harnlin's minority: 20.300Dam's nly. References it I the most tih,faetorcharacter At (aJeCouIIJ'on'errlr..Ja ', tat March todays! "
ths extension of s'aveit I W.M. ThOMPSON PreiiJenl. .I
principle I '
oppose Adlre- J. SI Fort Hoj will beexjmine l an I reported
Riven. D. Va'Iev, .on Co. All!
cates presented "
Springfield! ( Mas?.) Pokt claims Gen. Ilim'in' 8911 1 3. II. VOORHEES .
by a reprcsewUtion in Congress on: wl.um w.' majority ot cr : (;1. I fI'I,and person interested are rl"111t..tcd' to have: their Seerttory.Agents ...

may implicitly reh] ', to exert their infljences 'I'ajlor as being pledged no! to iclo the Wil. Democratic: i.crtas of totes, G,3y8: October, tbt'. 12 ft permit.Ieptsitiuna.and. ) w itnes!e* ready and be prepared a-ilhori7ed the f.i'I'I1E .
to stale to
are cos J,1!
Whig t. .>::1 to their casM (fully in conformity with
t to such extension.Rcsolred ( : mot t.1 prove
present proviso. I says : of this Company that they recognize >i

\ Thit by the pii:cipi; !>avowed I h We the Hon. \.'. G. Hates Scattering, 3,99k! i'> Notice. I I the printed instructions forwarded HUGH each ARCHER.claimant. the Courts' of the ditlerent Slates of the Union \ S

by Gen. Taylor, he is bound nit lo rr/o rnybVl KXOIhat Thirty towns and [iiantati tit to be I card: ALL creditors lezitec1*. anI person entif'? :.d to I| Aent United State Treasuiy.. (>vh"reir.eT have a f"ls,) in case of difcrenceand .
ha \
; or : a lett-rfi-o.'z\ G'l. Taylorin from, which last Uroitsjn 303, ,' ,'mn of the entile t f t?"'nj G. \Virm:, i iI that their .Aicnt are instructed to ronfurm lo the
because .slavery Mate gate lear 3 t, I45. 11
it prohibits a ncir his possession, in whitli: he virtually, if nut late of the County: of Leon,decease I, ;are hereby rc- | September News.ind St.ktustine usatrcs of other resporsibl Companies in the settle- j .
Dam Gill 1, !caiorig; IOS.Ileprejentatites The OcaU ArusJarku1viIle :
or territory ; but ti! Gen. Ca.csszs pledged himself the *i'iired tn present and exhibit their c atnn to the undersigned i {5j- m-.tteflnvus. t. .
po&tirely, IJ1eJC i:ot to veto \Vil- lien), w.ll; i.uMish this above notice
I t himself rco prohibition of the Kind, and mot proviso. This a matter ofdoul.t Congress cl'cted-5 DemocrTis within Iwo teara !from the date of' II14: notice i I The sii'jscribeM! hate been appointed Acenls/ by it

thai therefore as o.ic or the O'/IT mist be electcd I lot ? ,, Whig othrrise thev will bt' barred at I he n pi ration the above Cotn;>anv fur Tallaha er and its vitmily. '
all. It is fact for I School for Boys III
at a : which he haresai'fuctury Select ,
stating i : Federalists cf ui:1:1 prriwl. All prrso.M: indebted, are rc' i.red; LEWIS A. AMIS. ;
; Preside! :is bwidlo DC'/ocras:3 ,
err ru. friend freedom ( aut''Ti! Jrgisature-8 to make immediate p.itmrtit.H i (LImited to 23 PepIJs.) August 12, 1f-1S. 4 Cm <
13 Democrat. J
1 bolting
Gen. .
: to'.cfor
Taylor. -- B. WARE. Kxeculor.OcfoVr : of -
it divided into two term Iwenfv-
Now, these are expressions of the) belief of TKIBfTKS: OII.M.KAK: : : CAbslJV: HIS orro.tXTS. cntor elected-11 Democrats and 3 : 7, l"ilS. Il -'jn ,.;I.1-111 ear weeks i each, and 1\..) vicali"ns of I two Notice. it

: \..g!. I week each. i'upiU: mat enter at any lime, bet in fill Fin subscribers have on hand for sale a hares 1

It Wi'.niot! Proviso, free soil men, as to wha! I nILe ,. poiitions which G cu. Cass The rc.iUiiiing distiicfs.! where no choicewas Notice. no case lor a shorter period than sit months.: Hon JL and new SEINE (having only been used lit ,

t TAILOS will de, in ftvorofthe North, if elect his been called to has won the esteem cfiecled, will be filled, by \oteoflhe two ilnJt"Io,1 to Ihe estate of Jennetf orarium, $">. $), $1 J, per quitter, (in alnnce.- I three weeks,) measuring itS tn I20yard in length
li111e ALL person | I 13xtras-none. aid 1"") to 12 feel df'plh. The trice asked is $3o CXJ,
ed President and the of this anl ho!>ej, wuh Democrats.GLOCY tile of Leon deceased,
; upon strength approbation : eou.itrjmen: of all
! belief sustained as it is by his views in opposition patties. We are aware. that when a statesman EOCGI FOR OC YEAR. all hereby those ncitifird to elemind ma'te imm willdidle resent payment them to; and the puils may pursu!,at their option,either an English wishing to engage in nshing can here meet'wilua .
Cl-mical Course < f Studies, to any extent required. z
candidate bargain.
I to the veto power, ihey support him with becomes a fur the Presidency, Cart r'.;oiJente of the .'ft'CU7' undersigned for 'it:111.mntVIIIin: the time prescribed or a McNAUGHT A. ORMOND. "

nil their might.) There is Mill other evidenCe I it is lognrded by some as a matter of political 1 Extract of a letter fiom a citizen tratclliug by law, or they will be barred. The School is,at all! times, open to public in.pec- Newport, September 9, 1515. S :t
and becomes A. A. Fl IIFR. s
duty Ont'l a matter of feeling, lion and challenges a comparison w.lh any Seminary -
the North dated. ;
, from a warm whig paper : i t(assail. and decry 'him ; but it U impossiMo at Sheriff, and Administrator fJ offici.. uf any grade or designation, South or Nori h. Notice. ;
NEW YORK, Sept. 23 1848. October 7, t S4 12 "n
From the PittsbJr.Commrrcial S. 11.LL.'i..
Jiiunal.Gen. I to recal Illd strong expressions confidence, The demonstration of the : SIX month after hOe, I shall apply ti; the Hon. 4
Clay Whig ID fct
21, SIS.
. TayLr's posihi on the Wilinjt Pro ndmilsion as to his talents, industry Buggy and Harness for Sale. Tallahassee, September ( of Probate (for the County of Jefferson, "
ells : It
viso.-The position of Gen. "fa\lor ri regirdto and : made by the! the! deep popular feeling. may not re- for letters of dismiMio as Administrator of Paul dMtlhabe .
patrio'um same pailizins, GOOD BUGGY( AND II.RNESorn1c. .
suit in an organiz.d party, 'but vast numbers A G. A. McIntyre, deceased.
this all impoitant question is perfect satisfactory at a period and under lircumdncl's which I o'lire at te! nook Store of Mrs. P. A. II..y. =
of t the not tote. think RICHARD HARRISON.
i to ths whis of the North. Whit we evince their be offered i Whigs wi They Tay. \vnyOMoSer7\ lJJHE'Oru : reJa, Persoi!
: I sincerity. They nuj County, September 9, I8-l. 8 6m
lor in to his for the station,
I i-l9. J L Demilly.
1 12 Mrs.
desire in President is that shall interpose tributes taken rooms
a ho not ai so many j:ist t." Ins acl nowl dged HAS
still : dark which, of services to the citizens
keeps 0 on his
I lro\'iso. : AUa hmen'.
to defeat tho will oflhe people! lli 'I. worth and c ipacityliy Lis political opponents, Ladies attendedat
all things he to disguise. The Boarding.AFCW of Leon and !urroundingcounttl.
ought li Jiuttce't Court for 2/ District Leon County
< ,
, In the and -
pressed through Congress. language as I ready answer to any attempted disparagement their residence, if desired. .
Van Buren is doing the South sUfice. DAY \RDF.RS mull be well provi.
cfMr. Forward the ihit his character party 23, IJ-H. 10 John S. Bond, 1v -
want ol talents
wings nothing and from Tallahassee, Sept.(
at conxement distance fir business,
: The old: Democrats oppose him, and ha opposes ur a '. > Atuoant of debt 50.
: they cannot obtain thorough the action fC.n.I I Ibrt those or any other quarter. them.! He has the Abolit.onists; : allies !. by Mr*. P. A. II.\YW.RD.OClober DR. C. H. HUNTING.SUJIGEOV John W. Florev. )

f eitrai's: from ,. and allied !- a 7. 1 1lL; I 12 defendant -
Th' JJ.\il big rllID aid all others interested are "
s.'f and th.it sets the Democrats against the DCNTISTQtINCY, FLOBtDA,
, ( a)!ur*8 position is one that I willtatke I wht'l (;rll. Cass was calVd to JL hereby notified of the Commencement of thiS <

him the execulor, not the dictator: of the I General papers Jackson' Cabinet, show the estima- Vbulitiomsts! so that this: pulling by Ihe ear S Dves.AT T> ESPECTFULLY proffer his professional services ml by attachment.returnat'le to a Justice's Court .I

I inclines the Democrats? to listen to the South ; the Tin be had IV in every department of Dental 3urg,>rj. to to be held Tallahassee on the tlth I day of December :
/ Stove
I pu'ilic' wi'.l.: I lion in which he was hell by political: oppo- and they are talking uniting w.lh the South. either for Jfinufaclory the may bed a neat citizen of Tallahassee and vicinity Dr. B will be next, and to appear and plead to the same. a
J parlor or room. They can
J lIthe Wilmot Protiso, is adopted} by I Congress nerds :Albany Argus. I erR Democracy in establishing: tho Missouri frequently be used .oci 10 line the t expense of buildn in Tallahassee on the lit October, and reraain one Given under ny hand and seal),this 4th day of September i-

Gen. President will veto month. 1 A. D. 154.
as ? a chimney. Ale, Cooking Stoics (if ihe rnoat
r line to settle the : in and
.t. [Fs ont the.'' 1' Ltrnnif Past,July 13,1:31] I I question Congress approved kind The.'I. that have u"elllhtm here, September 23, t5.t'9. 10 EDWARD WEST, (II..] .
r Van ( of their ol
I We regard Gen. Ta\lor as opposed to the "Thcr.cv Cabinet.-Uteri our .bitterest adversaries strip Bnru..lactiol war cry think them more .c..nt-mi".t and mncn easier for the Justice the Peace
Free Soil." Stolen September 9, I1S. Si 3m
cook than a fire-plar Thu are *o arranged as to Strayed or ,
1. extension of slavery although: a southern man. feel obliged t to confess that the new I. -
: At a meeting at Tammany, Col.! Moses, iaVe! bread and tn'cu.t pl'dl'cIInIl.. [ Newport abmt the S

; la addition! to ail this, the celebrated lion- Cabinet, which by the appointment; : of Gov. I I Senator limn Claredon, Bjioke ut the feeling October 7,1 1 1-;. 12 FROM JulY la-l, a laree sorrel Notice.

Cass to the war lit been completed blaze hiving claim against the estate of
ACE GHEELV editor! of the New York Tri. teparIUtII. of he South the Aho'iiiou MULE, with a large ALL persons
( agnir.it movement,
is National Gazette I I his ht Lain 1 Utt-of Benton Count .df't'eaSf'd.
I in his face, has lost r:: ; )
cIctllnt. List of Letters
buie, who is better known as an abo'itionisf! I at present one nio t acr:rri'inious of the and received clivers from thntsatiJsofthe old: i iI ft e\t-ball Any persoriwhiOtlI are requested to present them. dul) authenticated 't

i find as devoted: heart and soul, to the success I. opposition holds the following! latiginge I Democrat, aiJ! three cheers for South Carol.na. IV I) I\I.\I: \IXG in (be rust t OJice at Tallahassee return the said! Mule or Rive within the time prescribed bv law, or they will b* ,fj|[ -

papers The (tlO! i Democrats will tote far the October! t, ISIS : information where he may b' debarred ; and all persons indebted to said estate are i '

cf the Wilmot! Proviso and of free oil" I II which! we quote, not that. l.e! opinion i i line. if to defeat Van Du.I ..I.J! Car Hart, 0rirrmjlron. hid will! be reasonablvrtwarTHOMAS repealed to make immediate pat moist to ,. .

I I of the National Gazsite, wl.att-ter way ex- i Compromise only .\ .'. K;<'harJ 1.bby.! Mi;, Hizabelhuten d.l. : A. BILI LFt)lD, C T. JENKINS. ) .
principles! and who has been }long hesitating, : I The will act at the session and *-
: j pressed, is a matter ef the slighted! niomenl ; i ii ren. } next J"ct"j.h; I Hjrn f". RG P.st Office, T.lILJhdl"'I' JOhN B. ALLEN,5Adm1In'ntpn p"
hot li I wail i for ('t'urcss and if Cast is .\.h. Charles 2 Irwin, Jr.liiat C-.unly S. "'., I&4 2'1' 2m
f whig as s i ill, whether his views of slat ery : but that our be to rcteit to net a new ; September 21, !54'3. UIt [Sentinel copy.] August
rl"ucr may ale C1 J.ne .MfnuMMni4.
i elected Po'k: will finish the s'ato "('rv.ln ,
: i d'd! not require 'him lo *upport Y.\X 11EEX it en some futuie occaiul, when that paper qiesiion: I Lourian Jerkins i Zsch-'nah: Notice. i-
wel! the ?Iexicdii at least he will Eatrayed
J the candidate of the free oJ"! partj- I shall hate added another t: l the) number of a as war, t Jurtoi. JiMrph L 3 Jiihn-rm, Jo'ei.h B Miccosookie \ PPLICATION will be made to (lie next General 'f I 1
the subscriber's plantation on
cripple! I the Abolitionists so efiectuillv: that Iriett: Sinvjol'f Johnson, Auciistus '
he has : political somersets which it with all FROM Ihe I0th of August last t. a small ii Assembly of Florida for an act of incorporationto
even at length cane out in ,
support of ptrmn' they will ceac ti> lie a party at l all.: Taj loris Crow:i, Jarm- P Kinir Siiilh U 4Juilock. authorize, ; to construct a Rail; Rod Ircci 1. J
t tLe faci'.ty; oi a ttitijei! du-i colored MULC. One cf her shoulder a company
T.A LOn, reli.jgupoa the \iews of the others j I practised losing all his charm.: The \\ higs do not Florid, I H L"iier, Cot (II I Hrr Was ore when mare she riaotl: ; when ecar.-d she thrcws Cedar Keys.or some eligible point on the Gulfeoatl ..
:> II Tester Miss Frances
I of Iii! whig pirt> of the North, that TA\LOK [From t\t .\' /ional Gazette, July II.] trust linn, and hit ailow him l.ke SWllo\ a fiord, Wtllin3 Henry Lrach, Miss MirthiJailer. the points of he r eau very clo-'e t :cth'r. Any person to the St. Mary's, River,(some eligible point on tr. 4
I' itiformotion there she Atlantic roa '. or the St. John' River.
will not veto the Wilmot Piotiso. .1 'h" second Cabinet is completed. The cat, scratching ant clawing nllhc way.Webster .- On William! rareater. )1"ht"rtV returning her, cr RIVI ia:is 19. 1S49. 5 3m 4
: Icwrrd..el.AJIre"i
f Shall Southern men shut their to these i. materials are gocd. (;u" Cat, just an- laughs at him cll I unqu' ilified Urbir: William Lsveid, MrCoven. may be had,will be r..aonaM GECRSr. F:. DENNIS fJO-: The News. Jacksonvilleand Herald. St. Anzu .
eyes Alexander MiIN Mrs Hlvira M
I I no-mced Secretary of War, is H man ol ntailallc. The Clay men see in him September 21, IS IS li; -It MICCI'jolltlc. .tine, will publish the above three months, aa I
Carter Joh-i Miie
S (.icl.7'ill they, too, a man xtho r. Washington this office.
support education the instrument of defeat of their! Jailing, send their accounts to
t IClit and indjs'rj.: He has been tie Conjpton. John OeorjJ M."c.in, James
will not make any declaration in their fat or, I. for many )'.ar. n\ersat.l with the suSJrcts! and many of (hem will bail his defeat a a C..r'II'IIfr C M Mr"hiJ! XVmriioice. Jefferson R. A. Chapter, No. 5. Medical Notice.

and who I bus receives the warm advocacy of, which lo the depailment t of war. i ii wholesome: lesson on availability in place of Rv Wra II Mracham.: RinV 4 REGULAR MEETING ol t Jetrers-m r."yatnb .
1'long'latt. principle. You can tell nothing oflhu result Cup, John Mallard.! Miss: Hester /L Chapter, No. '), will be h.ld at their Chapter II G TflRT, M. D. I. I. CALL. V. BTRS.
S their We all the details! of the ,
opponents upon grounds directly adverseto i : presume I Cole. A 11 J\f.f'n. Wm 2raii Room Monticello, 01 Monday the 16li! dacf WIK T JL CALL hare associated Ibf'm.eh. 1

Southern interests 1 public biiMncss in the! fir deptrtments will from the clamor (,f partisan The silent ( ; &. n..t1irlf.tr.It.. A P October 1.1 next. Members are particularly! notified to \J in the practice of Medicine! Surgery &.C., and

--- I Le adequately cxccUed. tote at the 'ballot 'box wil tell the true frcjingsoftho Cain, Uham, Munro, Wm'ondov attend. R A. Masons: of other Chapters are respectfully offer their services to tie public.

Unfott mate ICcronitucndafioii. I ma "es. old! Democrats are Thomas Munro Dr Thomas I invited. Office over Des; Store,Mont icello. Florida.

It will bo remembered that the Scnlintl I [Horn the \fl York Jmmtan ] last leaving: the Van Ruren ship ; it is et ident.'ly 'oe, Maj Jt-ne Parson!, Rev James 3Dei. T. J. CH\CE Secretary. Augnst 5. 1S-IS. 3 ly
I W" read will great satis action the an. I leak}. oYOli cannot offend an old Hunker James N Porson Joseph. IIte September 23. tS.tCJ. IV Notice.
some months back, recommended that! the I Wilt John V Price, Mi < Martha Jothard.
I nexd notice of appointment Gov. Cas*. more than to call him an Abolitionist. I consider ) James Rollins, John II 2 Medical College of Georgia. months after date, I shall apply! t. the Hon.

lion. CUWAKD DATES, Missouri, should! betaken I I He i is a soldier, a scholar, and a gentleman. the Union ol the black factions auspic.| )riirier'",John Rollins. Juliet A SIX of Probate (or the County cf Jefferson

up and placed! on the ticket with Gen.TATLOII I I Wo know not any one point, Kate in his view ious ; their utter defeat will render them rid.icuous. Deshoiuh, Dr Lewis R411. EliDe ThI11Ic next Course of Lecture in will November be commenced and for letters of dismission as Administrator de bonu I
_L on the first Monday
I I of Indian that could wish him other The of i is Wolfe Chits S Rm e, James non of Farcuhar Macrae late of said County dec'd
the rights we tendency publ.c opinion
as Whig' candidate for Vice Preident. : Edward"hjor John I D Robinson, Mr cr Widow continue until the 1st of April. RICHARDIARR1SOi.. :
I than he is." strongly! to the Missouri line, and that too in V-\CUL TY.
vlwanN. Mr Louisa M Leach
He was recommended by that printas Jefferson County, September 9,184J. 8 6m
VON. of Anat- .
the present Con rl'Fs. It is urged as a line "Iw rrd<, Robert R.vcr L F GEORGE M. NEW M.D ,Professor

quite unobjectionable to the South on bra! [From the .V 1' CumnHiciuI .Mccrtiitr ] now existing, as one which in practice agrees Elliott, R.'v JJin D Kcntf Limt W W amy and! Dean of the Faculty A Card.

grounds." TiLLMonE is urgedupon us too as Gov. Cast is a native of Iheler, N. If., with Ihe nature of the climate ; and. aboteall .'ur.-", Whit Sej'.rooL! Cap Joseph L A. DUG A-, M. D.., Professor of Fhysiclcfj and SMITH respectfully informs her frier.!
Vedenck James A 3 Stairs, JI Pathologicial Anatomy.ALEX.INDER MISS
and was appointed Governor of Michigan by all of 2 of Chemistry Ihe public generally that the exerciser -
sllcC"t'urlJl110. Professor
"quite' unobjectionable, and so would WM.HDE as blasting hopes a lorev, John W Stacy Join 1' MEANS D.,
I President .Madison the of and civil and her SC1IOC L will be resumed upon Slonday, the i
on reliuqui&hment lition party, war. Let the South Forr.slf'r Alexander Slater, D T Pharunacy.I.
he the candidate. Cut
were whig I that office I by (:en. Hull. His thorough acquaintance tote solid! and the Old Hunkers will stand by 'nrbfs W sley Spears, Jn!!i\ ary"Hher.fieorje 1 I. P. GARVIN, Jl. D., Professor of Ther i>'uicli, October. She takes this occasion to return tEes
let thanks for their loroter solicit it
us see about .Mr. BATES. In the New and Mat Mcdica. patronage I
Sweat Win ma
with! the and 2
manner, customs them. The talue: of the Union businessmen (
: to L. D. FORU. M D. Professor of the Institutes continuance for the future. Term as usual.
York Tribune ofthc 2ht ultimo! is the following traditions of the Indian tribe, with whom hi* mechanics, and capitalist I is beyond all (ordm Jib* II., Mrs Wni Eliza Ann 2 Tiirbeti'.IrWilcon Yarn, T! D and Practice of Mtdicire. September 2, I 34*. t Ot

paragraph : situation has led him into otcialln'l personal I calculation. C'a's election will ietto! all raham! Rer A Willis Jtitin JOSEPH A. EVE, It!. D., Professor of Obstelics f'

** lion HOWARD HxTi'',of MI*,ORH, in Im nccut intercourse, is widely le it alan I parties into old Whigs and Democrat" (;Iib'oti J Willeam.*, Mi s .lanoJmton and Diseases of Women and Children. Notice. .
PAUL F. EVE M. D., Prof-ssor of Principlesand T' heretofore existircb lnr.J.
HRco-parlneril.i <
( Mf J iI.m4. Wm T |> .
great ccch) at St. Louis, at a TJ>lor Jr.t't Iii.!. came j distinguished for his tireat general: acquirententii Yours, &c. >se .
I : : : Practice IIf Surgery. I Ihfpubscnbeu was ditsilved bv mutest lcu :
tat for free Ililil. jnl; li,- wa. highly appl npiic : D Dtmon..lraf..r
*aJtor Ihil rapacious ml "' lTMerips4.' lames 2 Wimhdp1I01ll"1I. \. IV R 11. F. CAMPBELL M. ''n the 2".th/ July bet Mr. Isaac N. Drake is dc'!;
: :lor the n.ble tand he look! The 1 Taylor it (XII.
posi/ill. j and fine oiigiii.il "l tyle of tompoaition. Frpr'ri'k W lktr, *Iia'r tomv. uiilhi.iized lo elite the business of the firm. S
f Ihu rulruc1 of the Uin* part" <1 Mi t The following paragraph from the Hunts lOBCRTC.tMPflELL. M D Assistant Demonstrator J. W. SHERWOOD.
-- ---- --
Itirst! Elijah R Y<'oman<. Ahs l li n
Ml" el'ect in that l ljvcKite.
*** a greet nlmif.al
I .. The Veto Poun'--\VIio c I-oucr Banner indicates there is I. N. DRAKE.
He ctitnrnenhj thevilotn jiortratrd h rule (Tent) thai Ptrsonj calling for any of I the bore letters -
ant h the I'ottcr Itlr. A Conrsa rf Lecture u;>on Mn'iral! Jurisprudence SAMUEL QUAIL.
till rertised
lie neceoity (last :the hai.:
of 17'7, as intn, to apply loe>ur Iuch! imu, in a speech delivered in theSenate will endeivor to make! their instruction a"
Texas Ol"toJl'r7. 1 ISIS I! 3t
Uhrf orlhw'frl' Territory)' st lh.t early ,'u/ ) anl of the United: States in support of the : tie mono!rat Me a.' possible. Florida Exchange. !

rerarkedhst the fnaciilM c..J In. q'ltiln ,d"p"I'c be fn exlemhd hi rot, veto power, in February, I 1S-T.J. in replj to Mr. "It appears that tho Whigs of this Stateare Cotton. Beau may he obtained at from :13 to $17 per ryiin ubs4 riber will continue lh. business ef the i iJ.

over Ordinance huulJ agsiIlst; the veto, said :-" In its originwe unable! to get up an electoral tick .- month, every Ihms included. firm *l |the old stand where he will at all tin*.*
nch ol Clay BAUS COTTON wanted the nubecriber
every "territory wa ncnv .!.r ntgLt democratic. They have made several cfKirts to salt! one, 1000 by The fet for the entire course ct Leclnres, m'lu- be happy Inoee the old friends of the bees and tr,
I- that it purely for which the
wa tick
now market
Ilfaft acquire I highest 115. Alalnculalion
al dins lIoIpilallickct. are f public 1tl'll4"ully Person indebted hate failed far. The Contention .
N'otv It its e.\i ience to a revolt 1 of the people but s here is a whig I'4t1 iarch, in a I owes .'I. (once only) $: i lca e hit sod settle their accounts hi an etly das
in Austin lal winter nominated Gov.UunnelsHxGoternor R. "
I Southern of 1 Jiome against the! tyrannicaWecrees((lithe DURXEY. ken once) o1U. ISAAC N. DRAITE.:
.. State, at a '\YLOn mcelin( ;, al1''I'I Henderson and Mes rs.Calduell September 30, IS 19. It fritnds and alnmni of 11i.lcslilution are invited -
Senate. retiied from I lot city to I IiiI| The Auiiii.t %. 1 IMS. 3 Sentinel copy.
I eating I fee and tho Wilmot .1) and Uppersnn. The three first to lend to the "Faculty during the ecur e of
si" } Sacred .%! aol J demanded. the righ's offrevmcn. \.NTATIOX FOR RENT one mile N.-rih ofI lecture, persons in indigent circumslancea who :

-and this very I patriarch" was recommend Thus they extorted fiom lie aristocratic named gentlemen refused flatly to run. The Talthasee.! JOIIX P. DUVAL. may require surgical operation, as r1rl.ijinn has Committed to JaiL .

1 'd to the people of iho South by the VI'irida Sena'e! a decree atlIhlIrizing them Contention which met hero on the 5th inst., September/ I ISts. 11 I been made for acxonirnod.il 'bile und rlrea/m/ nl.Au A NEGRO man named DICK aged a-

called Webb, Judge Ochillreeand la, Ga..September 1C. la4S. t 9 Tit :32yearstUeet6incheshighatouf.a.
II Sentinel (the people) annual'y: to e eel tribunes < f the upon Judge New Goods--Fall Trade. U' .
his wire
a a suitable! man to Lo Vice Preei- w ll built ; MARGARET agf'J
take their and
On these tribunes conferred the Mr. Yerger, to places represent and CHARLES their .,.
< of people. & Education.ACADEMYwiH t bout 211 year, son,
elt the United SlaltVa! wero told the Taylor parly in the 'forthcoming election. s./F. DUn EY icke I in .
annulling any decree oflhe I Senate.by about S years, vrrre |> up at sea, a cani ifew '
too, that be would bo q-iite I unobjectionable power the word veto (I .) Ju::Ige Webb has courteously declined just returned from New York, and wenld in- 'II'UE.rl"iwsor LEON 31'tLEAND FEMALE, miles from St. Marks light oath* 12th s' -
simply pronouncing lorll HAS heresumedua \.nJV: .2tI olOctorxr. 1 .
his and friends that he .Jl Mark Pilots. Said b ito l. .
the ihat he generally the St. they
0 local ihe honor, nlled ing as reason, is patron negroes MY
:: grounds to the South But the Sen- This was the only one by means ul ; Rev. WILLIAM NEIL and Mr_ ELIZA
very power Ochillree learn has 't hourly expecting per Brigs Wakulla and Lucy, a a Mr. Lloyd Hill of Marion County. Fast TI"! -.
lle may say that at the time it thus poke! of which tho Democracy of Rome exercised an} Democrat. Judge we Large anti complete afcsoritncnt of A. NEIL, Principal, together with competent .- ida, and were last from Cedar Keys, whither I"..

L' control over the of the republic. accepted nominalion. Mr. Yerger we S sistanU. Terms as usual. had gone for Ihe purpose of making their way f.
ho was believed to bo unobjectionable government have not heard from." Fancy and Staple Goods, Two or three young ladies wishing lo become pU. New Orleans and are now is the ens tody .f tie U
Now I would ask the opponents of our conktitutioiial made Clothing, Men' and *
Jennets Ready Doy he accommodated
the Female An.tf'lny1'1
tucily pits in .
I Are --but how is it with FILLMOBK ? veto, bow is i, that they make it The Whigs, in course, will claim the vote Caps, Hat of John N. Genin'd superior qualities a. boarder in the family ol the })rincipal. S. Marshal owner, as is runawa'4.Th" requested to com forward, n.rprm _

you not recommending him, wi.h. the full out Ibo .one man power," the mumchica "f Tex as for their candidate especially since hoots and Shoes, Hardware,Single and Double Bar.. September1fllS-V. 9. (M >*-rtY.I'11 np nlC'. and Ilkelhem *,v.
Guns Croc! Glass Stone Wood and Wil.I.w
relied ,
Mefa/e. that during his :wholo Congression- power ? The Roman tribune did not origu theie are not Whigs enough in thu State to Ware, with >good cr" assortment of Groceries.He Apply to G. W HUTCHI:..':
a Horse and Wagon for Sale. U. S. D is!. for Middle Ditrkt ol t Ta
I' '1 President i
career etery veto which he gave: having a nate laws, our cannot originatelaws. form an electoral ticket. lenders thanks, very especially to Ihe L-dws, Tallahassee September 2.1343. 7
direct The tribune was: responsible to tl.r anti rejrjlar customers generally for their libe.al r11!C HORSE is 1 g.odserviciableai -

bearing on slavery, teat against lh President is the 1 lie Kcumrlts of JTlr. Premiss at patronage, and begs again the notice ol I all to his B iml1-\\0kl\'nU-prit"rl"w. The Dollari.I1TANTED
people-our representative .WAGON i i. covered and will be Six Hundred .
Sahl Your nf ; fan stock. _ good
plea ignorance in the Mobile.
case oflhe of ihe people" be isthe crea. market Wagon. Price low. Si 11"
majority Liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his care plantation or to parch immediately, *
I might be allowed, but your advoca- ture < f the people-the breadth of their nos I After passing a high and well merited eulogy for ihipmenr.Splember. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE Agent. I-V V drtd Dollari I* Sreie.Ang'st .

f t7 f FittxoM, fa the! face of ih overwhelm. trill-vtd on him I the tribune of the fo. on old Zick, he touched upon Gen. Csss 23, 151?. tO rttm\nr\ 10, 1919. 9 IJ Lt. 1 118. J Sf.. NIC.



; Tii _

.- -- = _
--- -- --
-- -
I' Leon Circuit Court.IN By the President of the
; United
t MEDiCAL NOTICE.VLLS11N *TIHE following, which vro extract Item the Cam- To Country Merchants. A11KNDMK-ST9 TO TUB CHANCERY.Crtdilarf States.

t ; L dem Joornal, is from the Rev E. L Fraxcr. oKcrshaxv has and I. Constitution of the State of Florida.Propoted .
r11l1JTjil Manufactorj oow constantly
: H? \ ft : O ft( 5'ir z-rr m the Pranklm( Medical College clWi'Su. DistrictS. C, > L ddine to its stock, a complete ajtortment of James C Uroome arid cthen, for theuiMelvr and

.; .) hive r-ned a nr*r neislup (car the MJV l'', IS1G. J JI 7\n of all descriptions It dune has adlt-d better new mx. and agrtf.1 lo by the third General othor creditors of A M Gathu, Ctmplamantt,
bv which the work than
lfvJiSrvr p-ai-tie f M tl CI N .nd SURGERY. and I3r haven,'J in my fimilv Ur Hull' lcrand oh.neiv bef.' this hce is ever Assembly ; subject to Iks action of List n il ct.Tu .

:: IN ;rntTcrIo o V* MbOICALPatiV srUDLNT. Ayie Pills, and also Dr pcncer's Vejrta k Pill*, The re re in is I IVlter t travc'lmall the vest from Ma- General Aembly.N butt R Bet ton.Sarah A. Bet tori, Ins Wife, Execulrixof -

fim adu'ancc; Cai her mil and have he.it tii n in A. M Catlin, and others Dcfrndantt
: : :yr ths last two years, n > prono nanna to the .Sjwannee River to jpplv the Merchant -
:* I r,4oIb1e terms eiiher at the Hotels 01Pilvjte excellent mtU midicinvSa I5y an ord ii. ..I.1 *i m mcin them to be mI l
; flth
always our of
wIn rtirl
on going WHCRK-VM
can rely ACT flaw
and wijon (te anend the ,2th
Hw-eiof can receive Judge the l l't December
It nrJiiR; city 1 art of justice to the worthy proprietor wn
; as an Ih* above nvned, an ti{ delivering the S'ate that the
: through section of the Constitution of this so
il4 f ru-n the ib*crib er9 ich Me Tin Aiv orders sent bv mail promptly attended Judges of the Circuit Courts shall iuKl their ofices -
i. i a tHeir ces mc require. and satisfaction cf all conctrned. (that m\ the sm i, to lakean
4th:0: numSerol( OFFICE STUDENTS' will 14 to, acid delivered at once to Merchants for a teria of eight year Instead cf duringgod wlrat is d' to Complatnan's: lor their
( A l< n.t-J. wife prier to "nr mirnatre. had l tweti tore orlhe the with account ot je
; tte ,'ate flat nccs are always same, .
o ir behaviorS
ktre-eivel. who will bisjpplitdwil'i tone, Pli'eAiittnical. ".iSifrt of Cills an.I JVrrrs for about eighteen cl inn'. and t<* nil ether rreditor\ said A. M Gatlin. TN pursuance ci! law I. JAMES K. POLK
t' oil the le-',f var: 1irn. 1. Beit ennetriltv fit SriatP And lt uf hr.;.
: 9t1 othvT Preparati is-w nl benj' thereon and it ordered (fur I dent of time United
mm'r-s, having tried various remedic without .tte.CLi. with loterttt was > Slates of America do
fctiIowin' aiticlos.as f.V/i
\'ro !have on hand the as ,flicprt'v'ntsticrs of fit tttte.Wit in hereby
'I L t ? I anY ecrni'ie't in the |T"ire s of ibeir stulus. art ., aid was very rvieh red icJ in flr line the Iil ol will
thing kert f in our : eral convtnrd. Tint fc.
; i : ;; ... .arJin'tnlSe mol pursued in the tire Nrtcrn Ja4 after our marrusre she commenced with f>f iil btmSt lo compounl an(J tjIeme Pill and da two afterwards with lliiirFi'ls weekly in TalI.mha.i're, aid in Jcb of FLQRIDAat t the
cilies- > in a > or Air Tittht per publHSi-d i pemiods hereinafter: desi
Ihe mo't apprt'vedkmol in ns< so amended as to 'esd as follows, viz. That at the ut*
ail t U te irs'ructed! in the mi:iorry IIe4 half box of each the re. he shall think l t. town fc i.
ll'i-ji! -% < !lie about a other public newspapers* j roprr r :
5love, for Chambers, Pam hors. or Offices Coffee of them term of oC ce of the Judged
Cui4 expiration prestnt
/ of t aiyoii-BleeJin?. 'rejuned her health creditor of Ihe sad Alfred M Gatlin to At thehnd ofice
Jiy "'ifJ i nit .cas, a AMCLcmie the CO i.e at NEU'N
Ice Cream F htt'ina1- ANS\'ILLEcrmrtnn
I Roasters, D uble Rod Iron Pumps reeer ol the Circuit Courts, with the exception
n: Ra'vljiinr i-c *". Intl 1 s'renrt'i' very rapidly an'I has had no rehrrn (ifCWI in before him, and prove their debts, on or before the cini on Monday, the ninth da, of October
I T .Vc, Ac mentioned the Ju of the Supreme Court next
? tsr fs
: .
p'rr,,.,, no Pnrats OT.ce in aiv Ameiicin cifnJa > at I Frrrr itner. I h-lieve these rne4irjne fir,t div i.f May neat and that such ol the creditors I ho disposal ol the public lanr'a situated
'L elected
and June 1, I ll anti the Ju.g.'s of the tCcitrts.shil v itfcinth.
; : w1l greater variety f new W"e 11 he hermhes arid safe and when ud is speeially w ho H 11 not eorne in and prove t heir dibNbv the time nndfrmcntionedlownshifs aid of
ind shall hold their offices part
facilities for lor a term 44! cithit ars, townshius
I 4 ,.ielie.. or prei-nt n.r.r practical ItredcJ, are attended with sit.sfacton rrsu'ts Syrupa1J yi timkr the aforesaid, hall be excluded the benetit ol this dr. viz : '
for that unless r"mved -
t.i-n. sooner
.. stri1ertg. it nir !be r. L. i \znn FrtKren nt etui ta elose the SafesT 'ins it.Xc* in this Constitution for th- removal provi4i rfJulcsbv tree ant I that uri per oni, not parties lo the bill, Sout't of tht bate hue and East of the printtpttrif&tian
,, si'w '" ifcuHepwl-n-nt. who hill come itt beK re the aid Master lo
: DoZEN Ora. lluwer l prove .
/ Orange, Raspberrv.and ge IJ.-e- or impra'h'nenl and |lr
1n'irmrv. a
.. :. per to stit'thit as s an a' piwiM"! M The foil. wir te,ti"n, iv from sn irfl lential Plantor .J their debts, do. before they are admitted director, The fraction of tcvvnsh. < seven
\r other revomlle canswhich | situated
M. li-al EI 1 Su-sinl ij <- lecl of duty, or east *f
I f.r t'ie tre .)ti.n- of h .th when .tu'lenttvi 1 hic Pjtients \VnSinfton Cow-it, we take rom the Macon 4 d!..7. H vani Pt.rrit.. it: Jars, s; nil net oi? su Srieut ground for impeachment, the ntnbute to the complainants ihc ir proj orln n otttie I lie Suwanner riaerezccpt( /wnjr.neele fnin Il. -rill b >en-l. lecraph : to ex>Knsf<4 of Ibis suit, lo be Drilled b> the said twelve.) anti the fraction ol
: : jisi-srs. I Ha id. ome Gra,s Ihnmnck : ;'rIY Guverni -' rer.cve ny of them on the Ides township term. rasi at .,S
'. : : ::1ictiit! nprrIe ifl? Wasiintan Conifv.Ca., Janwirv 1117. J. R I O'jn'NF.i) Ant. nf two.thuds, nf the General AsenMv I'ifirtdeJ. Meer." \nd it was ordered, tnst arm account sad rivtrexeept( | I Nectienjjx.<. n.righlenniM..

: 4 Telahas4e. July th. l"l' 't 1). Dr Calvin Y. Ht'l-Dear. ir-! ha. b.ri: a'o'it Jme 1, il M the Tin Mv>'il.rt.rv fittrrert That: the cause or causes shill be stald at be taken of all eeunties or C'dlatera's! he'd !liv tin teen, twenty aimilthmirty.otmeof range lourtrtn.

: 4. I T. 1. lhreevcrsit'r'\] 1 eomn :iced u'inu'ir Frfr and, the creditors rc 'Vfti>ch and i report be made at the 1 rj.tioinltownhi! | lh:rtv. iT.c.f
d of
Icnztli its icii ale'ress! and enter* on fotirnals isnge
1 .: C.C.VNVYCK.M DR if? f sod .'Infi-Prrr full, on iny \Untation 1 I Ice let I lea I I Htuiw s That t Ihe stole, and of the value of each" And it was al i T wns5.is| twintv .three and twrt stvtnteen
uch .iaIproai.ledfurther. cau e >
,J 1 J .lv "J I r;.n }tare had a I.irz e mi.TiSf r cf cases ol Chit and 1 l'e. rpIIi.iisrriher, will d.hiver It:K-t: the Ice liaise d the Jriice intended ordered that all pirfies: m% tee exjnintd nj on in- fractional tourislups thirty one. tl four. ntf
'r causes shall be i>otili' l to( qm irivu, thirti
. ,..'I veT, and some few of lluhous r ever, an-i 1 in no inSIP .1. from ri to 7 o'd'ck every ni .rnuir) at 4 cent re- to he retnovid and he hall he al:nitlcd to a h arinsrin t-rrozratoriei, nn 1 ,'rod ice nil b iI Fire Imurancsllie rargt t
: of either.ftrmof hever hive I failed t. e ect IS their relating 1 thereto 1 'Si g.
fail at the Ice hian' or > cents per u i town his own defen< e, before anv title for su-'i removal custody or p wer, upon oa lie i
a cure when d rcclions *ere lohhiosmil ani thev were Peran. in the strrojndme villages xvi'lbefnrni ..fore the said Master, as the said Master shall direct Townships t .tlire
: living twenty and
; Iihiirnnrc !
;; B -rEliia Company sha'l 's : noil 1 m such, cases the vote ei.lI he takenby fnentj.four( fraclional
: ii. l tses at t the commencement rf the dijraw. I have ." -
'iel Ice at the Ice liaise f r Ji Cents j eround and ant! entered the Joirnalscf each towrshirt thirlv ne, town hiji
\HM hays on
o orS"XIII / lIARrtOu: ), CONNECTICUI. '!'iH: rrnter Mtireews in using acer Pills, thin with >> bv the hundred v> et1it_ Ifotie riseetively. Now liirrefore. all p *n .->nstliinin4 to be creditors thirty.-o.rn. Ihutv-eicht and fractionil thirj..mii i *'

.3. ; stilt ':ci'tiil.I H.r A.' nrv at any other rredicine I have ever nsd in m> fanilv ; slid M ftitliti henbv totta bB
%.' ? Coniiin J_ Jt: J T. DAFFINTxlhahi..cp Sic. 2!. I eit furt\erenarlel. That Ihe first of A. ire iii pur iian .e olitaid thirtv-r.me, ef range eninctern.
-. J5L Taiihai4e. The ( sanJ stability' (4 there lena doubt that when tiedarenrhirito direction > order notified their claim.- and the
.t to
II ppidnce
;. ;-onptne Ma qicis. anptirited l ,iindi I this amend 'd Cons:ilntinn, shall l be To-is'!, rstwen'y-three, (except the Western
I, Iu .. -. Com the li-t tmtears.! is a uTiCK-nt will effect a tfeily ail radical ture oucl thereof anti l all cotluferaN and tier
Ihe)i :>anlor class er$ in support of &ecttoni,) t birt..o.me. thirlv.two .
tlividi I bv 1 lot t into four clr-x" Tlie 'irst shal. thirty
f her ,uliies She bafoo(l the test Your, with respect ALACHUA HOUSE.A'ttrnanscitle securities thnf bpf onYi Tallahaiee. six, thir-
gun* fH' > f'r >rc me mv in tjevtn, lhutv-eiht and tl
bold : o'fices for the rf
'. Ins nr their "fi co or term twoicars { irfy-mne, cl
f all the creit f res in New York a id other imls; 4 I FMANLFL T5ROKVtTr within the lime limited iimid crdor and *
: .
J" t twinlv
t'lorida !
I tie ccin.i I ll Pc ,f four the third
.I1i2!! for t term i cat a.
and her b mne s tn tno The above viljsh'c dicmes, fre S and .
Unite sti'es. so genuine with time
t'ie arranges otherwise of the
comply r >v 1 10119
: one rc ci cripple or injjre her, not a1lwi'I are ft r ilc hy LEK A. AMIS. V. I't It K sul>*criber having )irrhn-r l I the I louce: aitl: t t.r the term of six years, the fourth for the term citi&it they may U- admitli! l'artils t to the nd ..nitDatid i.ni.tihnt range Town twenty-one>!nps I Unity, Ih.rty-cns and thirty.(ws* .f

., take over a certain amon it of riA inai July 1 1.1SH. '0 Pa'lahaisce' Fla I. I retnites (omeilv owntd a,id ocru: ud bv JV sears.
( hcr r nts to tins third day of December, A. I). 1M7 Town
thirty .
I NtwrtntvilU. F' I* [I'ad l'i! Penile bv the Constitutional msi< ritv Fii a iLiitv-one. tLirtv two
one blok, and avoid.;n; all towns bjilt entirely \ IVarson, C.1.j ia now SIMON TOWLE Master thirty.
Dr. Spcnccr'a Vegetable Pills nnd\ to arcomni'nlate ltoaidi ra and Traithiers, atisi 1 1huietbv Iheerober i t, 1SJ7 Pispd the House of Re prr.erlitives Special three amid thirtv-iour.. of range twenlv'lwo.

of TVOOJ.r s-ttleJ tSly tn the hit extrtiou; to make I l.is ffU'vt't as corr- >. by time Constitutional majority, January C, De-enbfr J. i'll.! 2O ifIn Al the land oli cet ST. ALfiUSl};. COITIe5.
All ris\s prum-Mjv ajrec
r .' ,.. .4 Jrrliri'i ns are in the pnliev W* are Ihnkful f >r Ihe Tonic anal Re iaratire Biltrr ra'le! : as possible. I He bat s'><*] &tabun and a IM- ] the (irruit (Court of the Middle Circuit of cms on nday.the xtcrnlli, day cf Octcber neat*

,'.. .. past: patnini ant 1 *i?.* >nr friend* to call I! wheneveit for Pie fjrtjicatiun .f thf h '.<*!, Rei'trinf of fir.t rjtf ostli r \\jvs. in attend inceC.FuRiL; .M GALPIN.New'maisviFe Auril lr, IsI" ">J r.tn Honda, in nnd for the County of Leon. ilrrrr for the rnlionrtl disposal tr.w-rslups rf the rubliebrds and parts cf within the on

,' 'iev wi.h nirince, aril 1 w w il laVe! risUs rn as t\e .*'q\litn from nil .W.iV1t.I Seeretums aj tht1'iliileJ town.ampsvm1.
M..y n. ISIS. 41Grocerien U. S. MAIL LINE TO SPRING IERM, A. D HIS Souffi of the gnat lute, anti East of l\t
r favorable tcrrai as any Compin of f ;tnl anJin,.' G1mO,1.,, .Stse (as'! LJer, .hfer&id Iium'rs, anJ principal
., Leopold fireenber; Imlrs Greenberr nendian
1' ?, -
FORrr.VK.: Azert ..
R .
I J fttate oj fie iuttnt itr -
&c.I .piat I Ilenrv G itberaand Ad l Aiur Townships eighteen, nineteen and
ret 'li) pst twenty nt
f : At the Tin Man factory. rT "kM.: : Pills ajd (inters hive been ofeieVv siin- : .
H.\MJ SIDES Kline merchants and >artii dunzea fractional township twenly-one. cf .
AttI4t 19. tci. S JL (5At'fl.CPN and coj .r range tvftatv.eiht
la1iaIte. ularilv 4ll
:! :! i in po.< amnnr.g cas.es-tre not in HTnonsj .
.pi ., those rl luMlul 1t.kJU UM LIJFK*. intrude.Usinz the r.amc.sl) le.rd S10CXJ ,
ei'caty or experimentalharectcr
r S r ;.: Groceries. tint can be relied u.en; js crfpos ticnsfouiuUd 1'i ) HH bt Ia. LirJ!, firm of L i. H. Grceubetg &.Co., Attachment Fractional township niceteen and(township twenty,

t 5'M '!'hC' .liua Hire.: LI. ftm $4oG 23 cf range trcntv-mre
c9linq.1 eSvl jn
-. : S. KN'IGIIT ti r rei every VPS u.x.n c irtrt t1trrapeutc |nneijle- aol
). .-l l frv-n Ve.\ Orl-an. LR:.E SLrPf.tES OF cont deJ in as ife, [pleasant, and etitnt *I tlicin, swhertvera 2 Mb's. M. T.'uia I 1k.tir, From lciliacnac lo Macon.7'ircuaf William S. Carpenter. J j Township. twent*.four, and fractional township

t ( ,.. KLOUR HACOV, \VI!) G JCfcRIFHe mak Towe. or Jlfnunt is i cedf J, a'idwh ..rei lo sac'.s R n I f-e, > tnr.y./<> <* hoots //"; i I'alla'iassce to THE dt-fuidant aid all other prisons interested twenty five, of ranpc th:rly.

: it Ih* intercut of evrrr batcrtocallar.i see bin b5S Ptirgi'ive or iiinj le Cat!.artic alone is ti-cdal I, the f El loiis! cKiuc Li:| S 5' b',!ls liouhli- torts ti''! V Ia tore they part with their money /' $twelve[ .

J : .%tlZu'l :5. l l'.N.l 3 They viul pwitlvelv cure a"J tare in thousindsof l I'<) dtixon bet t 'P<'rl IVi.ie. thefointh i/ay. and plead to the d.cUratitn filed in tt.i- cause according thirteen, twenty.four and twenty-fire,) ef MD.,

a Jatiidce. Liv.r 1 t" 'Mid.'ira Wine, 4 niirctwill hk! .iTj.Silu Vomliv to law thirty-one
.4 C3SCC. U5 speps.a| Lorntilaint; <, >see on
; Boot and Shoe Making. F ructions; nl the Sitin, Sailo C< cij.lexion, (;eierat 4 Mitriy JL JIK-K'MI! aid l'rol.mys, at I oVIorlr, A. M JAMES T ARChER Townships I vvcnly-one,tvTenty.twn.tweplv-lliree

.. S. .S iIEnncrazneil.liavingj'urcma4ed the O. tn.itv.. T.o sr>f Annetite. uniire.et !rmtiirat.cn. c Claret and arrive I ii Mii.;
eire s'ock and miteuals of Lu irs Sc. tc. As an tx 'ellent mvltrater ofn .o3p. CanJtes, curch, Ch'e-e, Pickles, Oltcs, Al'unv, .\iiiincu111; : I\ir\,) on Iue.dajThir July 29, 1913. 2 tIn rre thirty-Iwo. *

% .1EiiFitJ. who is bout leaving the Stite? I i5ori .. '//>mlhieF'iIls} <(rd <tLrareiip! 1iiilhed. Olive Oil I. Cmt.mip. MH.I ird, pprr.Hroiind 1 eper, _
S pertlally? inlornts, his friend and the 1 he lirations requiring! *<,'eiicer*, Pi.U arid Litters ( r "1 and Black Teas&c., l.c, at llt new 'r c,-r\ tUne for the c ir< f"r "MVj'jnah r>?am
'. .. mat he ii at present at the od! tand, where ind when they sn! <)uld betaken with, ul delay asa store S. S KMHI.( 4mmtlms I tViln'tiJ.y. nd ITI.!ay<, at-1 o'llork, A c-etotvvenfv. rven inclusive, and ferticns Ihirfv.

5, S he M prepared tn execute all work in hi* line with prrrfntive .1 the fonnutim of att.teutn)<-, ale April CM-IS. 41 11., aol .irrui it:;: n ltlliln- 011 fu: vlj>s. Fluira one, thirl) -lour, thirty-five and thirly- tx ID frac-

S S !promptness and despatch He ha on hard he finest when the tongue is furred when the tame ishichlv <1 aid Sa* in'j at! I jij iicloTM, I'. M Iluslinrooiinwrt li mal townShip twenty township tvveDty-one.loita

1 of calf' Ains, and all snits of materials, and will colored when thcie is \lain in the stonan Pure Sulphate of Quinine. tvhi tIe ( er.tr.l 1 Rul RoadSaurian. An ship twentv-two (except Sections one, twelve, thirteen

S mike at shrrl n&tfe. and in the< b t : inner, GEVTLFJIE.VS arid bowtN when there are nervous i rritat ions I'M!I IF.ilnrn'i'r* h.-c < u ban 1 t two hundred and i-ti. Miili.levile I !' aid \Vtatemn Rail Road taCollyiSi J\MISTUCKER: MASTER. tvitnfy.fi and Iwenly-five,) and (.* hir.

S. S ROOFS AM) SHOES ot ever dsmptio \viien there are pains in the back and teal when fitly out:o% <>( Sul[ hate ti I Q n miiie': \\lurh I tlirv -. I.a; It UM, oinM-t with the Mail Line tmventy.fit'eaoilta-eniy..ixof ranjcelhirtr.three.

S .i. Poots fojtcd. iled, and otherwiarjuired injooJ the skin i< hot, dry, or \ellotv \\l-ti I th lit apt>etitiis hive nltaiiett! l direct trim the iinularturers, and from Q'iitmcy f to < h.ill.ihooehic, a'i'l l tlii nre to Apj- f gMIIundera med ava;ts himself cf this irrJe of Sections three, four, five. Sections nine to fifteen

sttle and at reawna'jle charjea. He will warrant poor when there arc cclJ chills whiami the titer will warrant if to te' a 9'i K nor article -liic..U l'.iemgers: < an co from '14Uh--! to M. iruLTuiinj the j public that the run Steamer inclusive, t-rtt.om twerty-lwo to tv.nfyTen in-

r his work ta be ei i l to anv d me m the place, dreatn arc bi.I.I rr startling in sleep Ue have enlar;wl our tock of Drurs and \ftdi- Ci luraoin i in t'nf divj, and but one rmilt l will be dLSCiOW; is now ptr.ormirg: her regular trips OH c'mosive, and Sections tlurty-ftnr, thirly-Cvr, and

atSl I to cive as goJ silisfaetioa as to fittin; aj a-y If taken on the occurui.ce ol any or ail of thee cines bv r. cent nrnvaN, i d l are prepared tj e.cuf s;>eut on tIme mmmi hi twien T.mlljhaeaee aid Macon fit' Suwannee River between Columbus and Cedar thirtvnr n township twenty two. aid township

S ether wrkuan.S indications of approaching disease, much |lale a',d orders lor artirli ii o'r line, at whr,lesi>e cr retail, Tue public may rot as .'tred that every attention! will Krs This boat is strongly built ot the best mat 'j twenly-lliree. (except Sections one to six inclusi,,.)

JOHN LERCH. sickness ixay be pretenteJ on the inixt atromrv datirlerrn l lit e pud to the comfort jf Ihtae who may patronize lerialsaitd propel'td hv two engines, and cap-ibie cf of ranze thirtv-!< urF .

: May lt7. 42 tf The above Mtdicme", friih ard prraire, are tor \f e have i'stm a fe* ac'iirit. jet dire to ns for the this Lino earning one hundred tons burthen, or diAl bales cl | ractit.na? lo'sn hip Inenly-two, the (cur easterm

,, sale by LLVVIs &. AMP.S. rear 1"17. 31ry I are senersllv in snail amnmts, FATJKil cOttOn, with suitable accommodaliors for lorry pas I tiers ol t-ectivns IB tuwnshio twnt.ve. and Net.I .

: Notice.I July! I 1SI. Zl;l l.llahdSM-e. Fli but it the whole could be paid! shortly, it would so Vrrn / !n e.'to .? 39 foCambnJgpRIGIir enters, of light draft, requiring but eventeniics.! lions one ti Sour inclusive, bet hunt mine !t. filtteainclnire

ninths afl-r lif, thnJfrsi n'4 t- ill fTtnt fir toward li.in;dating CM tain suns which we owe ; to ;i I trmd to Mmrr n, cs water thereby enabling f her to perfcrci her trips I and Sections tvvent-tw m' tolwentjetea I

.. SfX their accounts ant vouchers to the Honora Drugs, Medicines, dec. Ll:V/IS iiF.S \\ V SM\YPR. ProprietrMF' ie ularlv at all -
and 2' IM-. 41 JOHN' M bits ammi 1 Cedar Kevs, leaving Columbus everv 1 L'FISD .
kit JiJ,;J of t Prohate of P.eutoi Co ntv, applvf April V\hV. A5eitft .
.r letters of dismission as Admins'rjtcr and \d- EDWARD ARV\RD, JR :> OT *e at t ic Punter \ \> \\r\\, TtlUhjs-ne Ci i D.\ morning! at "o'clxrk, A. M and Cedar Kes Fract ions! townships nineteen and ,.fiaDfthirlv .

I Ute Cigars Cigars F:. i tA I ir hEy every F'RID AY inornms. Should sul!:c.ert ...ilrcn.I .s x.
j ini !'r 'rn of the estate of W.lliam Boyd olm TTAS received, by the late arrivals, a Aieett at M..j.| \III\NS, in Quinc>. |

S A. A A. CLRKJm I'JjUul/ for sale bvL I her to i erf rm two tups per week, the j ropnefrrs ring on Monday, the twenty-third day of October
( all of t I will cheerfully acquiesce in, and mike the necessary next, fir the dmsposal, of tie public lands situated
\ nistra'!' r and .\dninitrari.: which ol .d &. II. GIinENBrRtt i. COriavC.0. J. REESE'S
I are po< juilitv, liirfvr 'ah
Mi:1Ish. Centon Co I'a. TuU I 'i' r .,. hjn I lenl !' isn 41 cl.an e.rr add another new boat to the line. of like within the undrrmentioned townships and parts sftownsh
ji. iO a a..urttiei.t rl the fellowmi .
.. : LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.Ol rnpmritv: to the one row enpktd. As soon aspoc- i; s, to wif

Notice. winch are wjrrant( l -nine; vi/ : iimti: > i?. SYEST, tit aide lit boat w 11 extend hi r trips up the SuAannee South of the base lint, and East tf the principal
Hjuck- t'anecea, Rjwa;i.i'* In- APPLf C VTIO\ will be rand* at the next river to the Uj-pcr Springs, and also the mt lull an.
AV lure, U star's 11.14.11 i of Vi.1 1 11 crrv, J mi'rilj Notary Public, d.-: tjy ''i .(,its. -m-ctf ti n tt.tui.? iIui It r at iluji The
VitPttacottrle two eastern tiers of Sections
/ :) of th' Genenl .\,lv >f F Ion f.'r ; r vrrn in township
a chirter! of in*orp iration of the Stockholders ol I Pills SliemaVs IVlrlra'.e 1 Cji'nrtir, lanpl r. TILT. Wfss/;/;, VLorwf cotvemit p.s, whir h often tx, rts a very iiMlavorib'tn c umJ< r-ijcifd weuld fart her slate that I he and two. (be east half of t town tii|, three and township
\V. rm, to'ih, siil Dinner Iio.et.: Pour.land'sCflebrate April I 1f>, l- s 31 .fl 111 f up ,11fii- ifii tru: hralth, which n parlitutarlj f '.
T: Sj'Uhwo..ern Ilnl Road of HoriJ rthcrt, r r' ,'rn firs rt this boat, 1 bat e availtd lluinvcci r. (excel t the cas'irn tier cf Sections,) .( rings
<4 Fever e'J R mood I ure-uaf tmamtiteth t 1 irritr'iliritv it .
Ag'ii on'ial, not trtgt l I f.><, ot | the of I three
July NF4. SI 3m | rovm rs arm set entitled art| toinpn
Thom joii 9 t:ve \\at-r. MMin'4''I lixir .f Ouum; 4jijntne 1 Itt tii4 ruiidiiiu:i of the system, (this jr
Spring and Summer Goods. vt the riabiatiin and to navigate the cuwaii-i 510a-cslit> Iwo. (except 5Vrrion* one to twelve iscltiive -
aad sjr *j arillj, Tirp Fever a'.i \BU* Pills, title i* rotrfi1'otly r"cmn'-md.-! a-.d fcr d lections
Wakulla Circuit Court. Ore nur, cihcrpurpr- thtrem mentioned, ai seventeen, eighteen, ntaeteen.
!f. ler's ili'fo, ( ,rd' ns* Il.hlius atiJ Anti I\* e tir that, it l'i.! f .[ erlv ail/Mtd ;> as rot t .
S&tlNG& TF'iM HlWillun > ( 'iictn! at the last e*<:in cf the I einilature ef tl e thirty and h rtv ore,) keetnuis *J\ ard seven, in
1'iils, l'erk\iii's! Ietrar.d RIiIJNA ( A. mcus, tIo tswes! to setme. lv, r.'ut t be
Anfi-l.ppttc} Pills naive r:la relied
S Tliretia L2o.it Art tot ) late of I if nJa liut tl.ev have rcct-ntU orgsrii.otiwr : to.Mi1,1! three, and fractional township live.(
Saucers Pills, and is Azeit tur S. P I .AHI ml*. RE no\vrii m-s a large aid general ao rt- bponuith .''t ;,'tV ir (.tin'ne i ..t l i mstiphe.sart r<.nTHL S', r'cn, tl
S Rbn Linpkin, : ci.ei-any p'iruint to the prov !>ion i.s.iJ act, iff, tour, five ad six,) ef>f range fcurT .
< elebratid Sar.spariihi, in juait b..tt.e4, at atironidit.il "
ret ,
pur; in S.Cari-nter* 3 3I bsttle AUj, b'Jierinr Lemon Sbrsp j TreParill l frorf o w tii< h t ihev invite time attiiiMon ol tine \ ubic.! .> r-ilai iit norrtid to nil lri'rovenmtr.t; and vlcan Na igaMwii Companv five, ft rsi.e tiw.'Fowr..s .

.. f psie Citric or Lenssi .Acid, Ur preVraS'e! '! f, r thick : fzich >, 1SJS *> i ! : n cr Itieir > the. f
anlothersinteretel! will take no ; mf arran crr enls. n rao'e SIT.
T.IEdjlcnfjiit or (irdinirv use tan thai usually sold, London preventive pri>| erties ot tl mreJicine bv usinc it on
: ?ita'nn of the aS ivc int bv atlacbnent. Just Received I 11 t which cue notice will be given, fir piirchmaire Tonrmhi'; nine, of rare twelve

ail t an.iear; anti pieal toth( d t.wlarttmon Porte.c.. &c tli -tif-t itilitnaim.m: of an -mpprujciiiiic jliack There m ('eftm n a'id oIlier product, of tie ccurtry. cr ins!.. ."returns one, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fcurleea.
June 10. IMS 47 :-, Dnu Sl re. a fres'i supply are mottle c )iiili'"ili'nj li.tIe l I' r :uar! attack cti
S C'.f J 11 tUs casa with:.1 the lime vr-rib-.l 1 b) lwH ATLrVIAMI' liberal c-sh alvanec'l upon all ;.r'er'y shipptd, S.cion., i;>e ;v-rhree to twenty.seven inclusive
i hmli'ta! I air" f t
\Ud ciues- inon tvLich! o' r >-t torv 1.1 much ll c u laO ol whin
As ani I berlions
N C.fJVY, required soon as practicable a line of Ihirlv-lour thnlv-five and thirty six.in .
Western Produce and Groceries. :in tl e t I' 11 .w irs this' nedirin n r onneri'ed, 'K-i.ir.nin4 to me itIt
suitable< packets will bee-.fabli-i'icd bv the town hin evenard
: l tar Pi intiffJu' Ccrnparihietwet.ri townships eight and ome.cf
S Attormw DR SL'ENCEIt's ve.rr.r.i: : PIT LS AND RF:-'- b tie' mid lie of Mny or fir-t 'it June
1. icts. 50 1- lUST received a larre supply of PROVISIONS Cdjr Keys and New \trk and! New OrKats ranz.' thir'renThe .
; __ IOIUIUE i iIi' n.i.: Tho-'C wl t > dt vite! or atM are ft ble olfen ex-
.J ANt <;R3CF.RIF-sat thes'jfec of % : fur ll:e convevirce rf freial.t aid J .jerecrs,, fraction tf tewnship seven, situated west if
Desi.rn-d for aid mil cure. 1 \t> > Liver ComIjint pVrii rce a sense (.1 lullne, weuiit and i in
: Molasses Barrels. S S. KMGIIT epsia. onprts thrribv sortirinz to ail its patrons, a safe and eife- the ;.uwjnnee river, ol range '< urfeen.
BARRFLSfor JinelfIQQ. h'iles, 9iroiulj, Ja'mndce-and 1 4I! kindred] about III* s'enarh attr! titnu, will fnd th:s iriedi- dst mode ol lran of their Lands att-d
) ( VF.1Y C'lOILE! MOL\scSFS 47 : jus prrtatiin propeit tu appri pr by law fr the u'e cf icbcc!,.
J _, rile at the S'orc of S S. KMGHT. tineasreultins? Iromadisorl nd stomach cr im- cine stT'rdjltqot. rieduie nluf e'itttet market as well as return caret to its (tilace ofIt military or ether purpo e., will be ejclurfed frcn
f Notice.SIX little. >t tate( of l Ilt.d. Lilies near tl.i'r confinement cfb'n( stiffer from > the
: June 17. tSl. 4PUOsl'FX < 4tinatu n The rates of transportation! will in no s.Jes.
.. _ m'mth3aftrdite, the uoi1er.red.Admimii i ,. DR HLLLS WORM IOZE.NGES, heartburn and CitivtflCs : to suet h this article 13 instance c\reed these !icre'of< recharerd rr allowed The ol'enrs' ; rf the above mentioned lards will b.

1LSor ('I the estate? < ClinIcs Ctckstein. I lite ol Fl e sari 't. tno-t l t1krtual, aol 1 pit.uunt preparation highly rl with' ut the fr lil>e ervK>s, but a material rrilurlirn of soc comrencei itt ihe ds appointd, ad f rcceed in
Leon ',efi r- the puhliC, for tie eradication of Haul.* t..a>l dm'ig r, ind with reit Sene'it In sick or flrV-
County, will l1reset hi accounts an i vtaclicrs! in rnt s is conterrplttrd at an early per in!, u con as the order in r. huh they are advt-rt sed.with all convenient
4 : The Saatliera Litrrary Gittte, 'j-tore the lloi Ju.le of Probate ftr said County, Children or .Xdu'tgHI ouhii Uclie i i* iiivjl lahle. ih.' r rrr-a-f of business shall warrant such ird'iclion d:*,'atch, ua'il the whole shalt have been

I- A WE SUY JotuNAUCOMMEWCTD) ix ATIICSGA si.t I |>rav her a final bcttlctmnl aol disc! argIroin LLN COUGh LOZF'VC.Fl1?. 1nt\ article! will b<> found to act as a pie.ont cordial The fail itica nt'cred to j part ies of (pleasure and others offered and the ales thus closed But BO sale shall

'I- ox siruaoAv TIIL HTH or MTKDITKD said estate Will EINT ('onsuir ition, Jixl CI'RF. all ease of f and t nr. *t nnilhe appifi'e.; and at the lo vi ;il the FTtvs, at all sea* us cl tie vear. one cl be ke> t o,'en l 'rftr than two weeks, and no rnvafo -

., -, BYJLLIM C. RICHARDS.fSTI THFRE3C DF.CKSTnPJcraent) ,) Lc.lli, .\ tliiniS{.itli>i< ot| rio.nl, PJHIS iri t the Side, sain: time ftiPtlinz: every litertion t tint the COrTitooO the must I healthy ard dc>irubl retreats Err invalids entry of any of the lands will be admitted until

S IKRFI is not, boith ot the Putomc, a MI i leil. JOhN U DE) : CORCUMv2fnISl : ViottncbS of Breath! and ail other Putiaonary Ci
S .: Jj'trail whis-* sole h'et is to il.tvelupe] ai S fr-t-r literary fate andlaleit mine S.iutli and thie \isoDR will be ftini la'unvaluiblearticle.e-ipeciallv totSoeallictctl
mduceirci to many to avail themselves ci so pleasant third day of Julv, Anno Dcmini one thousand eight
S i; fact n ccrtiiuVy a su licient reason for an car:u-t at- Hamilton Circuit Court. HULL'S FEVER \M AGt'C PILLS, with Ivpti> u, Dtranpttnent of the Liter, an excursion. hu'drctl and frty-eigLt.

..\p tent; U eitaliah! ich a journal The Itilure tf MIUDLi: CIRCUIT or FLORUMY \. Wtll known as a Xife C itin, aol Tettual: Cure or General Dehiultv.!; This Contpirhavirzasthey believe, nade all Bv. the Prtsulc .

.- S. previojs effurU canw4 be reird5 by the it t llii'nttain PCRM, I-tl. f.r Fever anti l Asjue, Chills an.! I lever. Intermittent Prepared bv I)> cU r J. Reese, OmTn, Pike county, ieuite; arran i tracts fir the convenience and ac JAMES K. POLK

a. t as an arstumi.ii i;nn't such an attcmj hose I John liliauu, j)> anti I all.,ther Fever. Pure reduced to Ketmlyf Georgia, and! for t.al!( bv ip.untment atK. cnmmcdatun of the pub'ic'! they solicit its: patron RICHARD M YOUNG,

1. f4il ires miv luviao( and | robV>ly were, I the rent ra. > Dill for Divorce Ctnlt per Hor'I IAKNARD: Jr's., aze. Coi.tninsitncrcfthe General Land Office.

I of ctrcu nstanes no lonr exis'ni The need Pn \Viliiins! his Wife j lie above Medicines, (ieh anti I unuirc, are fur Dru Store, Tallahassee, 1 Frr fur;her particulars, apply lo ilessrs D P

V. .f i-h an orvi in our tni1it, is i.> universillv nrkno appeiun to the s ti,'aitiun cf the Court that sale by LEVIS C AM IN, DANIEL LAID, New ''t, j SMITh i Co ("olnnbus. M.s.rs. SMITH i.ilRKi NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANT'

%leJ fd, that not tn attempt to supply th" detiS 11 i iiaha s'<-, I la. .Montiffllo, ;<
< Pruiia \Vnlutnj, the Defendant in the abivesta. < \ MiiUon. Mesors PUTNAM i RICHARDS, Fviy persm ent tle-I lo tie ratt cf pre-empliew
ci.i-y. wjil I indicats a disrefar I rf the sins ol! led cssed.er-s not nside in the Mate of I"luridj, and For certificates of rccomiirndatu, and other in- ( imincy, Cedar Keys, or to the *: ; to a'm of lh o Iind with:n the 'cwrsbips and rinse?
v V tie (time* scarpely < titan inrtcusable f< r-na'ion conrrrnni t he above Met'icinrs,* future H\RDV RRYN.Azent dMESTUCKFR.
iaresurpnin ; ; that the said defendant resides in the State ol tlcor- ee J \ towpshi! : aboveeiirrcrat di is required to establish
S The pr rets ut the ae i and the raoid advance oltH adverli ment*, nnd para h'l.. which be cbtjtn for Thomas county, Georgia.
pia, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be may And others, Pro| rietrrs. the "jine to the ailisuctun rf the Register and Recciver >

S % SrJth lit Convnerc MimfaCtures, and Internal served Upon her : upon motion of M. D. L. Iltt-lb, d of the \'ens! May fl, I_'7:_ 44IR. Columbus, Florida, January 22. IS4S *2 lvW. f lh rroper Lard OTce. and make panmei'nt
Iinprorein. ira.uratively demand a correspondin March IS I> IS. T
Solicitor for Complainant, / i* ordtrrdlythe Court, therefor, ai soon practicable after seeing this notice
j advance in literature To ai.l I this object ,
; in great lhat service be pertectid upon sud ifcfindant ly gAtlonny. : J1TR1 and bft re the day! a; pointed for the commencement
be! ha< e tabli < DENTIST
I lublicatKii, arrr rdm lu law in that case made anti Cabinet Making, kc., :il Law, of the public sate ol the lards embrac Ih*

tf the Univtrs ty of Georgia a id rallied around it provided ,1nl it hfrtby ordered by the Court, C-PARIM R'HIP riiader'inti have as |Iii ruin,) nth located in Qinnct Florida, MontitcIIo Jeffrnon Comity FloridaTII.L tract claimed, otherwise! such claim will be forfeited.
th bst writers of the South HAVING ,
.S : ? .. I Cnat the said Deft ndanl app< ar on or before the firs) < lvestoLrlh< r, :,nd from this date leu !#r- his rvioi to the public attend the Circuit Courts RICHARD M WUNG.Vm .
The E'ettor nrcd of the of his abitcoajji'or \ the Middle
: is a support day of the nut firm of said Couit t > be h< Id on tIe two hij < will be nnitttl, and the business conducted in the various branrhe-i (1 I his prMr& : its the Orion Magazine, and also of much v County ot Columbia of the
\Vednehda alter the first Monday October i bv LYNCH 5. V IMF:RHOLT '
} in next, They are experience jiidsmitss in practice, he feels assured Eastern Circuit Florida. July 22. 1-54S 1 lOw
tther assistance from the t writers,
mo prominent olth and answer the rom]>Umt f if the Cor.plainaiil itt his |jrepar.d, in itt, alId I .'scripttons t f work in I their I line, nf being able to |'K tsi those who may patronise him Monticello
V S*jth. Tb GAZETTE is made up of matter both Itill charedor flies will be taken contented 1% it Ii l and August 22, ISIS 5 For New
as and ti.Idity l-spatcSia i Ion as reasoiuMe! terms Ir It refers the pu'ilic tn York.

original S and selected ; and comprises. Tales, FL savs, Iho Court will grant such decree as shall seem proper f ftr ca-'i or jpj.r.ivcd acceptances is any x\'rkmen in (M \V 'F. TOCKTOV, Ir J. MV. DAVIDsoN, Doctor John P. Duval
elcUes of Travels Criticisms and Gtnrral ,
: Poetrv. a -
4 in that case made and | rotided. (he'ountrv The rontinmd pa'ronjge of the pub Gen C. H 1)::ro r. Dr R K LITTLE
S Miscellany of information in all departments ol FRS Ins professional services to the citizens
a A true copy from the minutes of the Com lic u most resnecttullv siIii-iic-i! OTicc opposite the RI. E Church Ladies waited OFF
Literature Art and Science Particular attention f Tall i.thaisee ansi
is ItrtOmnfl5uifl country O Fee
PL'RVICK.. ( krk. F:. J. LVNTII, on at their resident as usual
: given to Sci'atific aad Practical Miclunirs Jnne,1elc.l ? .1! ; 4n: C.FRXRDTanana VINGERIIOETS. I m Urn. Wilnons Building, over Hay ward's BookStore
Vpternbei It. tst7 8
I 11 MX hinictl execution
it In Tallahassee
t* sirpa.'e4 n<> rontenjK ,
<, e X ,vernler ii, I l',17. 1' ffihlE Ih-GUL.R LINE OF PACKETS between
S '/ >rary, ail th* au iJ of the time arts will not bt Hamilton Tax J ; February 2f;, lbJ9. 32
Sale. I
Fine Perfumes, New York and St Marks and Newport, will
wanting ta ihaace: its attractions P S writers, aol pictjrcs of Swu'her! Life and B virtue of the | ower eted 11 me bv law I SIL KYFO.IS\LE. Apply to From the lianntotlory of Lutin, I'aril.Ti John P. Duval commence run iirg at the opening cf the fall trads.
4- .4 I Kn M will !hiC presented shall ixpose lor sale, before t Ihe Court Hni-e J. It. F'ORTI'NT. FiVS.lI.! \, IMmope! Jockey Club, Rose C.. and continue throii.bcut the ei.lire year, viz:
door, in tic! town of Jasper Hamilton Coun'v. I JoJidi June 10, ISIS 17 .Mlko Fin M ATTORNEY AT LAW Brig ARCALU\\, J< f\n\ Master
.. : Ti'e'EJitoi1 eaVHently appeals to the friends of Minufact-irv 1I r.inniTTi, -n.iri, PatcTw>ulv, Mi. nionette,
on tins first Monlay 11 Nttven'tr, l lni.*, Ih.- practice in the Courts cf Middle Flnndi OCII.LA, Trim, do.
S Litera'ur in the South and he is happy to announce Ambrooi-i, $erirmza, Ht-r < l Ariiia.lUT. de la R me, WILL ,
following ilescribtHl prrp.riv, or sr> notch ti.cno( a< Court of eats and the LJu.tcd Mat LLCY. H do.
Ap mer.
t'ut his enterprise u of no d > iblful is ue. Rv private will tht Sttc Attachment. I Cdsimtine, Vanuu. Violets, C rgamotte, \ervain, |
: ,. V effart < hare and (renerojs 114 his been oMamcl the pav and County fWs duo thereon fr Mamic-un arid ess. lori ]irtct. District Court at Tallahassee 4' SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new.)

S. an.I ,i > vardj of One T"iOaian.StWnVr* hue Ihe\ear South 1 il7.Witt to wit : lit Juitiers Cow tfor tfe 2d District of lean county AUo. Gl, tins :\sMarid Pirfume. and Preston StM'rrill's OihcemV'm. Wilson's Buildings, over I Ha)ward's XLI&SA.. Perry, do. (new.)
S.. 'jniterrf Section ))1 To in hip Ju tas R lortune Aent Extract Hook Mere, TalIaha of
: l'leJvl their stiiport; to tlie paper Until tins waa I I. Io.e n. titliauJ la } I'ragrant I loner*.
; .. ao.aiIishe44 tPie editor wa' unwilling to p'ib'i.hbis William Mills. >Purporting tu Ulori" to rt > Dcbt 1 13 SJ.R i lhin true rania ( .l i ne-nlso the French and }F'tbruarv 23 IM-s 3J exptessi for this trade, and are commanded by

4t Joarnal, but it i< now given to (the p'i'Iac! with JOSf.MI T II Wliilin ) Americtn Lavender and Florida Water, hay Ruin careful a:id e\j>oru need Ct>tams. Freight and pa5.

:: ,- thenneqnivociil a iurancathat it shall be prminetitTFiRM1 and tx offic\. Tax Coi P.MSDKV.Hamilton Co.herifT l lr '47, i1IEiiefemlrit! and all rthrr aiel ercbv nctifcd of and Agita de U Urine, fine Cosmetics, rich Irnade,, G. W. HUTCHINS, sage at the lowest rates. AgentsCOI -

-S ?-I. T.ie Southern Lultrary Gazette i' April I'visi 3S t, I the commencimerit rf this .nil, returnable to a I llair- lU and I Haii-dteM, SIiivimg ar Toilet Soaps, AUCTIONEER \ ANDERSON 4. CO.

Ss : :' yiuhltshed lMrerfdr, on a handsome itnpen*! qnirtocift Jmlicr Court In Iw held at 1aliahvn on the ytlida fin and roarne Coanbt, Pru'-hts for the Hoad. Teeth, T.ILL.1H1SSEE, tl-1 10 I'eaver street, New York.

from fine while \ om October next, and tu appear aid dead to the Nails and Fleahi. \ SMU nor article of Cold Cream JOHN DENHXM.McNAUGHT .
: 7151-pnate-l new type, on paptr Leather Top Buggy for Sale.A ( in anv part of the county attended to, and
: in poij For sale hy LEWIS &. AMLS.DcremVrI solicited

: t' 2. It I is famished to single uSsrribers at TVr ISO one second hand large fcc linn Rarouch.I liven; undrr! my I ban 1 ani 1 seal, this 2d day of Ao- ISI7 20' RLIENCNCFS : Newport.

t..5 .4 Pilfers per attain in advance-and to clubs of six \. Apply f lo J. R. FO'UUNF, gmod tA. D Isl's' II POND, Esq, I I.I/JYD tV FLAGO.J Nevpnrt. August 12, 1*=4S. 4

$ 4 .-; far Ten Dtllttrt.fryAll June 3, HJS 4(5( At the Im &hnulactorv. EDWARD M \VEST. [usm. ] Spices, Pickles, &c. W AnfiTLC. ET I D. C. UlLSON.Esq ilhe if
Jii tire of the Ptace TTNDPRU'OOD"? ( Circuit roan of the Middle Circuit
4 : : ( cotimurtirationt. not contain.nr! remittances pickled Cerk i ns. Manoee. Onions January. 1S4S 27

or sMiCitcd articles must be post-paid to tnura DR. J. 0. BOND .ItZtist 5, iS1. 3 3mri U and mixed 1'icklen. pickled Ixbster, U'al Florida, in and for the County of WakuJIa.

r-J : -' .atIeahi3o..jtS1 O}' ERS his professional i-ewce* to the citizens nut and Tomato Kttclmp, Caper. Ohio Oil, AIujlird To Spring Term, A. D 1">4S.
M. D.
S WM C RICIHRD3Anttvs of Tallahassee a'11 I IhesurroiinJinccountrj LEWIS &, AMES, Pepper and i'epper; Sattee. Cider X iregar. realm PAPY'ILL

fay 13, 1543. OT.ceat Cal.\ I isher's IloMISi7 DI\LCRS ivDRUGS. Goof berries ansi Currants in bottle. fresh Silinor, Leopold Greener. Charles Green* }
?.av2'?, 4-5 ) MPDICIMN: PAINT1 OILS. cited and Halibut in c muter*. Curry Powder and Pr\ctic -inallthe Courts in the Na.dtlIe F-ei ff.Henrv Greenberg.and Adolp Assnmpsit

. ; Medical Notice. Gatcrire, Hrandv Chrrrus, Pre-erted Ginger. Cur Circuit OlTce on the first floor of the Cap Kline, merchants and co-partners damages

iI rri.IE: unJersi neJ have this day formed a eo-nirt- Patent Shower Batht.T Tuiiel Ariicles, Perfumery, &t., \ViiiiIo\r! CIasPALNtICRS' rant Jelly, Macarrorii, VVrmicilli.Rosdia and Anicrican itol,?South *ingr. room formerly occupied by the in trade, usinti the same, st>Ie and 1000-

J. nerthip under Ike name and style of TAYLOR A the Tin Manuhrtory may be had a neal and BnCIIII AND COI.OR S, Iini'lass, Irish Mos-i, dried Currants, Prunes Secretary of the Tcrntorv firm of L. i. II. Greenberg & Co. fr.46k'2 Attachment\>.

5hj' '' Jt PALMER for the practice of Medicine and otTer 1\. convenient ShOWER RTH, intended for a A poihecardes' Gitisa 1nrs', &e.T and CitrorsNutmeir November 15.194'>. 17 C.-

,rL .. t neir professiotnl services to the public. Thej hope, chamber It cccupus but little ro m, and is enclosed !above constantly on hand, and for sale at the *, Mace, Ginger, AH.pice, Cinnamon, William Carpenter J interested

%-TfC1: kv attention to'business, lo merit a continuance ol so as not to drip nalrr on tte floor lowest market prices Cloves, Vamilla IVans, Sa'.;e, Summer Savory and JOHN rii* KiNi:;, rpHE defendant and all other persona cf this suit
LEWIS & AMES. J. wilt take notice ( the institution
b. sweet Marjoram. Orange Flower R .ei. Pech e
i- former pLrogLS June 3. ISIS 4f wa- ATTORNEY AT LAW
; i.t- : / \TALLFR TAYLOR, Jf n. Tallahassee Novrmhrr 20, 1 l-I7.; IS lets, extract of Roe, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla. by attachmentand lint they are required to appear
dulney Florida according
in cause
and ) the declaration filed
,& 4 ThOMAS. PALM DR. M UMonticfllo NoticeTS Forealeby LEWIS & AMES. attend the Justices Courts of Gadsder plead lo

fi: Pa Angu I I. [5] l43. 3 3m hEREBY GIVP.N that, at the next aeir, of Martin, Smith *c Thorn, December 4, IR17 20 WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida to law. JAMES T. ARCHER.

: ) 1 the General Assembly of the Slate rf Flcndi, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, : and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia Attorney for PUintiBiv.

Thomas Jeff. Heir, application wil'' he toxic to that henorable bo-lv f',r No Ci, Povdra* street, Dr. C. C. Van Wyck, November 22, 1843. 13 tf August 12, iS-IS. 4 tin

L 4 J. ATTOTt fcY' COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the grant tit a charter rf inrrrporalion for a Rail NF.W.ORLF.ATS L AV I ATE "Pfisscr of urjrerv" lilt the "Franklin (Eff* Sentinel copHorse> _

S tQ WILt, pt c"ce in the CiteW Court in cac h IJoad tn extend from the town of St Andrew*, in M. MARTIN-G. W. MITH-TIIOS. U THOBIf.Rfftrt J Medical Uee"nf hiladrlphia.. has taken "p Divans.ONE .

r. 1" of the Middle CI.it l, and in the Supr West Florida, In a point upon the Chattahorichie to his' residence in l'aliahasro'p, ard n prepared to en. and Buggy .fci sale !by

I ;-.F4j .Ti. Court p PJ{ Uaite
Tslhsbisu4.i''J. ween Flcnda and A If nett v 'ik laid river. J.f L Smallwood, R. L Exlmond, Quincy.r of "Bartlftt's Building" I1 L. t IL. GREENBERG CO. BIRCHETF & ,

ia .Tizhyle a 15.1SI8 30 JunelOiSfS.l 4r September S, lift. 7 lulj C 13,1943 nr -


.' ---. ------ -