The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 14, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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"Eft. AUTHORITY.Itii Gen. //rIftig.W+ ut )nand 'iE1iFh ,

i in hit conversttrant'wir\ eatbergOtiesnen

tnd Ittalclloai fusei at the lint Smionif what we can rely on as to hia own curse of

the Thirtieth Cwgrtu. THE FL.ORIDIANi action not oily' on this but other qiieifiont .I

renewing certaia niTal pen- if the fair will f Conrreu' hrmaoV known ;

10AN.C the ntfi. of existing 1"1 and every man may rely on it. Lit Gen. Taj. '

respecting naval pen.ion.. nlineer. nil! feel he it not seat to Washington to lord '4

] ca-benn in the nary, widows it over Congress but to b. tb. Executive

f a il".cct J*' Semite mn/i House cfftrpreirntalirei and exponent oftbo people's trill expressed
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Slates of America,I C n- -

ittcmblcd. Tat all lbos widows and, Much iY-iiijii k DYKE, TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA\ SATURDAY OVTOBER.i4 tS. 8. VOL. XX. "NO.I3. through that that body.bare W. tell the Union once .1
or children now receiving a pension un- more we no knowledge cia letter

fid Ibe laws of C.ngre s rusl prior to the & --- ---- -, ." ._ from Taylor lo Bates, which Truman Smith
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trt of August the 'law, eighteen( the third of March lorly-mie eighteen, excepting Si;;. C. Jnd be it further enacted. That it shall be For armament- of (fortifications one hundred thousand -' From the n'aJiinglon- Union -- Cats hal received Ihe enormous sum of .6J.: has a copy, nor do we tLiak such a leuer in iaxis

pat lawlul for the courts ol the United States or anv olthem IJdbr:4 :nce ; and yet we say again. Get Tay.
honored and and those widows and Extra nllowiincrs to Ocncrnls Cns 'J90 46 for extra allowances-more than two
ba have deceived r>enions at time to authorize any person or persons to ft as a For purchase cf ordmn"e ordnance stores and or has stated hit would not meddle witb thIS
any thirds of which for actual and
children iliad was
five years prior to the pa* abe of this art, a.rnmintssniier! or COmmissioners i under the provisions .supplies inc hundred and fity:' otuand dii IUn Tnjlor."LOOK expenses constitutional action, Cocgresa on tbe slavery
.ithil and shall continue tn rp"I'e the anne arnonit of this act and the domes of such person or 1-'or current ex|"en!e. cf the ordnance service one ON TIIIS ricruai AND THCX ON TII\T" xpendilurri, and did not therefore benefit nor any.therquestion. We bare what 1

may hare reccivwl under any pe-ul act, from the per-';'" -o authorized, in pursuance 01| anT of tie hundred thousand dollar The whole amount of the allowances made: him a firth ing-and indulging their refined
a,tfojj provisi..ns aforesaid, shall benod and available! to 1 I'or the manufacture cif srr-! at the national him vc consider Inotclfdge positive on this point ; 1
time Irh special act expired: Prowled, Such act all intents and armories to (;npral Cats, over and above his reguUr talc! by calling plunderer robber.
purposes "hahfcr.ArI'rnedAugulltl three hundred and OidIhf1uSJnd dllIarc.For and on It we here at the North rely. Tie
first "
of !
sitter day ,
September "
egh.o hnd other
ceased on or which the ihicf polite epithets common in
all their
"hig."it remark .
huaJred and fortJ. 'e. or may hereafter itreunite. ISISNO. tepairs im; ro\"t'melli and i cw nachineK pay Union" may take te //ict-UM it-(br we I

teen And all such pensions'are now in force, 93.AC.r at Harper's Ferry armory, fift)-t hi t'e thousand and lie! facility at figures, can make out, is $G3.- their political! vocabulary! their own candidate ban no wish lo play a game ; and be may t

as are renewed by this act, shall be paid concerning Ihe department nnety-one dollars 930 46, viz : has rrreired in extra allowances over
end South far be
of wh any money in the treasury not otherwise an.propnated pf Ihe army. For r..pair1. improvements and new machinery' For 10 rations per day at CO rents per ration, from an I ahorr his ;pir as an officer of ihe army it as as pleases. Not A t

I rot: .: long at the Mid wldQws .lull live ac Be it enaeted by tile Senate and IfavsfofJfpre.tnlatteft at prmztield armory, t"i ht-(1ne thousar djllari;. October 9th. ISI3, lo May 2ytb 1C22, allow d to tho first January: last, the very nW- Whig south of Ma sou aud DiJID' line, how .

wiiovva&d, in case ol the death.before 0: after I ht of the United States ef .Ametica in For arsenals one hundred and tl.irty thou aol bv Mr. Calhi'Jn, Secretary e.fVar., on account of up which does ever, will be disturbed a hair by such (act." '

jS&sa e of this act, ol' the widow. to the orphan Congress (u6 mb"'d.That the Paymat U r General be, three hundred and tlurtv-eizht d.)lhr.F .-<. the great expense attending; hu inlf'r"nllrs"ilh crate sum $74,834 Oi, not in." Here. then, ve hive the whale! confession, 'I'
: and he is !herebv author.zed to allow of the 'i.r land rlu.Je the value ofihe and] tir.}
child or children of the deceased parties, until tbijrw any j aynusicrs purcbaseol at S1'nin.lic.lh I Mas ichuselta.adjicent the Indians as superintendent of 1 Indian aflair, "quirlers tbere
as we expected. be
., of the rmt. who hall hue b.- n ettll.II'\.d to new arsenal and tenth fiirnished him his .ri'l if Though may n*
pubi.c bmlditgs during long
ectivrly arrive at the ae ot :xt vn ; and $$').;IU Ul p t"rricr. -
; years in the volunteers! t-ttT from Gea. Taylor bimstlC there is
payment during the 1st.war u-iancl dollar
the child children of sail \ido\I. m cjse tftnirria ror offire-ront rl"rk-hirp fi'el. af;it ion. .and which would! amount several! tboul-
to e by said widcws, until said child or.chilnrca with Mexico such a aromm'ssion. not exceeding one For purchase of land) at Sl'rin.ic1d. Massachusetts, cry &c., from October 'Ih. isll. to and dollar additionaL a 'letter referred to by Mr. Smith from a most

shall arrive at the ae of sixteen hall of one per centum on all sums disbursed b\ to be unwed by riiung dam at u'l'er; water shop, July :lst, I repliely them as aforesaid he iall! deem 'I'hc list accounts of the .
as a reasonable: fire thousand dollars allowed whig military candidate
fr Calhoun of
and thirtieth April, by Secretary iriih Gen. Taylor and thoroughly understood
i hundred and aPlro\.t not be con- compensation lor the r',k and labor attending such For e\p"n-I"* of prepares; lrawin of a uniforms War November 2d. 1 I'21. and drawn for the presidency show him to be nowin
eighteen ( 1 -ervicc: Provided That the said comn>ninn. lo \fIcm: of artilltry, three th"iuand d.IIJ.rll. his views. The Journal editor has poti'ive .
exclude afterwards to that decision 00 of the month
trued as to teamen, or maine* pursuant 23,713 receipt following gums per as
\ ofcers. any one paymaster, hall not exceed thousand For that Gen. has declared that
ths t
from their pen.io:1 whtn .-J lor sea semce.froruled. one two conlcm; lated military stations on For service! in *tipcnnfndinlh( Indian and extra al owunceg : nnxlcdgg Taylor
r That the whole amount received by the dollars close of per the annum, from Ihe commencement to the the 'hineofcowmurajcatjun with Oregon thirty thou- agencies; of PijuaM i Ohio; Fcrl Wayne, pny Pay and allowance of .Major General Taylor n would not meddle with any fc.u, -J. .kriuviso ;.

including fay for his ericf and pension, war san 'dollar in Juliana) ; and Chicago, in J Illinois at ff _.'*i 4. clause in it which Congress may pas*.
f' {fntionlr.exceed his lowest duty pay. That the Soc. 2. 1111bt further enacted. That the said For arrearages of I the nil:tan' and geographical -1JlJO per annum from January 1st. Pan $200 00Allo I Sucb is the positive fact, and w.ir bare no doubt

ban or of the deceased Paymaster General may. in his di-crelion, allow any surveys west of the Mlul il'pi. twenty thousand I'U. to July 3h.r. bJl. allowed by ', for 9 at $15 I IJft WAll
chil cli1drel parties! paymasters clerk in lieu of the pat' now allowed by dollars. Gen Peter B Pr.rler Secretary of \Vr vanre quarters rooms bcut it ; and yet here is a Connecticut edi
shall pension in ca e the widow has .vanre for fuel S cords of wood for
diC law, an annual salary otseven hundred dollar For arrearages on account nl tic appropriations on an ojjir.ioii of the lion. William Ion who is so well satisfied efthe iafatuatej
after' ;a five J ere' per.bion.to self, and J of a cod for (lour ,servants
Approved August 12, l HIS heretoforema le for works fortification at Mobile flirt Attorney Gereral of the United and bigoted spirit of the Southern Whigs,
the time when the widow dies, aad to continue on- at :> l per cord. CI 33
t' point filty-nme dollars and nmett-two cents oat the States in favor of the allowance-the that bo believes the declaration
til the child or children lull pectiv-Iv reach thee Allow nnre (for subsistence for elf.TiiRTr positive and
NO 94,-AN ACT in relation lo the terms of the Iliffolcts, Louiiuij eight' hundred anl fifty-two sod agencies not bi' within Gen
; of sixteen )'ear; and that any calmly by which ing RATIONS PER DAY, at 2J cent per raI.or a certain knowledge cflhis fact will not dis
circuit aid district courts of the United State in d< liars; and at Fort Lafayette, New York seven Cass jurisdiction as sjperirtendenf i fInHnn
officer s"amin, or marine lias lost, lose I ISO 00)
C *n or may turb hair' the vote cia
and for the district ol New Jerstv hundred and t'vintt-six; dollars: and frtr-six ('nt.tht" affairs for Michigan, and the a single Southern
J be
bn life while in the line of hit duty thll considered Allowance for four servants,4 ration r per
s'lTki'Mit! t>) entitle the widow, child or Be it enacted,, the Senate and house of Hcpi etrntatirtsofthc same beinz the amounts expended '>t' LuutCol cervices beinj therefore extra,and not day', a' 20 cents 21 00 Vljig. Tbo people of the South know best a
United States ofAmeiica in dm- DP Ri-isey. I'ni'ed! State engineer, und admitted r-juired ol' him law. 14,373 00 how thu factious theis.Ufl.an.
ti children to all! the benefits ol' th- act. by Allowance rOT clothing for same,at $2.:Cl to appreciate devotion I*
t 2. And It itfurthtr enacted. That ninrr Brest assembled That t the circuit court of tl.e: United and Allowed by the Comptroller of l the Treasury For spruces and exjienses as cOClmi,-if\tl- each 10 00 ,
SEt States for the district {>f New Jersey shall! here but not credited to Lien CuI 1 DC Rii*!cp, owing to er in the negotiation ot nonier'u In- earh.
J firemen and coal hea\trsin the nv shall be enti Alloxjnce ai pay for *im". at g 32 U)
in the if:er be held on the fourth Tuesdays of March and the want of p-opnativs fir the aor'tJJid"I'rk.*. dun; treaties, bv winch rear one hundred AIIIJ\\'Jlce for forage for 7 horses, at t 3
to pensions ainc
T manner as sta
tie art,I m'rines, and the widows olccn.engineers, September, instead <,l the first days of April :and *?FC J. An-lbf fuither enacted That the art millions of acres of land was arjn each .'),; (0.MaVing .> Mr. Trumaa Smith is the au'oofFire. .
: October heretofore and that lhe"lilrirt of entitled \n art to auhori7! of the red three hundred
and a> ; court a incrnc ( worth at least
heavers firemen, il the manner the I I
cut same as
I wiJiM ol oTccr, seamen and marines : I the United Stales for Ihe district of New Jersey rank and fi'c .fhe army rf the United States," ar-; millions ofdollirs. for expenses incoming cll l 33 .--On Saturday evening last, our l hoe

the peDioD of chief engineer Proridc.Ttlat I t.all hereafter be held on the third Tuesday otJ.nuary. proved May thirteen ciz': :teen hundred) I..ti fortt- to, and while at hVa.hiuieton, Su itr>nnrD A-to MXLTV\E DOLLARS ire quiet city was alarmed by the cry of fir .
: June and instead of lie six.be. and the same is hereby repealedJrovtird.
April September ( in preparing a cole for the re-orirani-
titnsas that of a lieutenant in use nan ; arid a pen- second Tuesdjjs of Marc.. and September and the That the I're&ulent of the United State nnt bf zation of the Indian (t''3rtrll"nt. and A"ND TJURTY.T TF.E Cl::TS PFR MONTH, and on proceeding to the spot, we found the
sitn of lhe low of chief the '
that of the ,widow> of a licute.iant engineer in I the a I hird Tut'iday. of Mat and November, a* heretofore tran-fer from other regiments, i1rrt.'a* the number on one occT>ion, to aid in the settlement wiiicn IS SEVEN TI1Ot'sAND Tiinre IIC DEEP residence of Mrs. Roan on fire. Every exeron -
a ;
pension of a first assistant; er tie ran that and all writs, actions, recnjnizanfes, and proceedings of privates of not more than five tegin!i.ts. to *:ih of Ins large and complicated at"- ANt FTY-IIVr DOLLARS A:MMTT\-IX was made to save the furniture, but te no

of a lieutenant of minncs engineer: and the lu'jxnMon nmej of .the \\hat en-r pending i or whicr may be pending i in number as he mat think discreet not exreedmz! counts disbursements PS nuperm'en- (EXTS A YEAH, which this military candidate njrpose. The whole of the worldly goods of
said courts, or ruurr.able to the terms as they now oi.c hundred privates to each ol Ihe companies ol dent of Indian aflair*-the services
\ tridiof a first a9si"tant engineer, (he sjne as hit I for the presidency receives, and is determinedto our oldest citizen were in a few moments en -
exi'f, shall be continued: "heard tried proceeded sail fine regintntsSLC hiving be"n rendered and the ('t rt'J'( t
the C
olthewiduw f a second or of third a lieutenant aHisranl ol engineer marine* ;the same pension as with, and disposed ct by the sj.c: courts, ,n the same 3. .indb! it ftuthrr rnaettil. That any noncommissioned incurred at vinous period lutween hold on to, unless! the good people can be rely consumed.-Apalaehicola Star.

f\ that( of a forward officer : and Ihi? pension of th? wi- manner a! mi;ht or oujht to he JOT) il the said officer musician, e'r pruate, in the 1'14 and 1"'J'>. and the allowances gulled', cs the availability.no-prmcipal? whig

doof second.or third si-tant: engineer the same courts had been held at the times heretofore( directcd regiment cinjiitrd riflemen, who has been in service therefor having i been made by the Secretary part hope, into electing) him to that high of from the JV O fieayune.
UV law in Mexico shall on application, receive an of War for t twe' time bein, 12,712 00 VERY LATE FROM MEXICO.
that of the widow ot a forward ofnccr( the pennon rice. 'I'he democratic candidate, on being (
I ..J','ru\tJ Anyist 12, ISiS honorable di ot a fireman o- cIal-hla\r the same as that of a Stiles and stand as if they haJ serted o'it their re- cnrv:>,nstion for his services, in dis- nrmmated, immediately relinquished everything The Royal West India Mail steamer Trent
the pension of the id.Ir rf fireman
I ths aman widow; ot a coal.beater the" --ne a a* I that. ot ra-or NO !'.-\N ACT mailing appropriations fjr Iheu'xirt spcc'ive terms : Prornl'd, Tnat any vacancy caused chance of outstanding debts' in 1llchim : dignity of station and salary, and placed arrived at Ship Island on Tuesday morning '

Inca : And proliltdfw""u- an enpnetr, firt- ( of the army for the ear ending the thirtieth bv 1J"h discharge hill be tilled at the discretion of : Territory (und..r an ap.'oir.tirient himwlf the hand of the people ; but nothing last from Vera Cruz anti Tampico. Hef

vial or rer not be entitled to am' of June, one thousand eight hundred and the President ot'the United StitesSFC ol the acting Secretary of War May short of the 525.000 per annum, as President mails and passengers for this city were trans
-1. And be it fuither enact'd, That the! Scc- Uth, 'S'7froni MotY lth. 1S17. to
pension by raso4of a dl*abllit) incurred prior to thethirtj fortv-niip. will indue the whig candidate lo give erred lo the Bolivar which and
.first of August, ei hundred and lort- Bit enactid by the Senate and House of Rrpi e- reran of the Treasury' and he ID hprt.'bautho- June 2Sth, 1S21.sllussed by the Secretary got aground,
two.nor shall the \ldOv of hea an .firemcn.tr tmtattcft of the United Stales of America, in Ccn- rized an -'i-ec'eil! to pay to Captain John Lal>J..toll rf War. 2,575 f 0 up his cherished pay and allowances, amounting her passengers did not get up to town till last
fniDetr the srrn of six hundred and fifty-''\'en dollar, w itli For compensation for services. paying than the salary of
to more
coil-hearer be entitled: to any pension by reason of grrss tzurmblrl.That t the follow ing ims be, and the I considerably vening.
the death of her hu band, if his death was prior to Same are hereb) appropriated out of any money intie interiM thereon. from t he twenttsixth of June.eilh- claims of (the late war being the pat, anyone of the high cabinet officers of the The Trent after performing her voyage to
for teen hundred a .id lorly-seven, being the amo'i::t ",- &.*. for one year, of an assistant deputy!
not otherwise I he
the said date treasury cf appropriated -'up- pen'!led by him in tht purchase of blankets: : arid quartermaster general!, allowed bv the government ; and for which, we opine, he has Vera Cruz and Tarapico. upon returning from
the lor the the thirtieth of
SEC 3, .Jnd be it furthtr enacted. That the a- port army ,ear ending
mou it of I'eniion.in c\eryca>e ari!mz under this June one thousand tight' hundred and forty-nine clotliins, for the scrond regiment. of OJ 10 volunteer. Secretary of War, l/iQl SO been for some time past rendering little! other he latter port was prevented by a severe 4

Itw not to exceed the half ray of the deceased officer For the pay of the army, one million six hundred while 3"rinI' assistant quarterrnaster: for that reg- service than writing political! letters, each rneof norther from entering Vera Cruz for soms

seanan or marine, as it existed in Januarv.eilhtt.'en and thirty-lour thousand three hundred and t'ightt )"- imnr:t, ill Mexico; and that' said l sun be paid nut of I Total fC3.9iO,; I which in some way contradicts: or is inconsistent clays, whereby her passage was delayed.SIte .-
hundred and thirty-fire or such rate of \0 dollars. any Approved August 1:, I"ISNO appropriated Of this amount we dearly showed, in the I with its prrder.t's, or. Whether on the got away from Vera Cruz the morning

pension :< is allowed ll.l4S.NO L\* thus.act. hundred for commutation and fiftv-live of thousand oncers'three subsistence hundred, five awl articles upon the subject published in our paper S2."i,009 being secured to him he would relinquish ofihe 20th intt. She bad an board in specie,

Approved August fittv-one: dollars- c.i; \\ ACT sipplemcrtarv to An art lo on the 10th and 16th instant that $10- his uniform word, and habits of command 81,502,000, of which 9102,000 waa for this

90-\\CTtosurrender to the State of Indiana I For commutation of foraie l In oIT.CHi' hunrsus.one I authorize the Secretary of Slate" to liquidate cer- '>')* 30 was for actual eipcnsos and expenditure is a matter which we much more than port. .

the Cumberland road in said State I 1 undred and four tliuusiiiJ two hudred: and tiUy- ix of tain.\pril claims,one therein tho'i-und mentioned eight I Luriiri-I!, pushed'! J and oinliteenth lotirteenBf ( incurred In Gen. Cass in the performance doubt there being an opportunity of testing. Our papers by this arrival are to the IDthnit. 3
Be it enacted b.VIM Senate and House of Rtpretentahtetoflhe -: dollars t/ enirted by tlir S'naand Jhme of Hrpreent of the duties imposed upon him, and l by II!ill four "dar!," servants, "Ch-irle8""Tnm," fiom Vera Cruz and to the 16th from thd
United State .imrrira, in Con- Tor payment of clothing; (or officer servants
ativc of the 'nttcd MatifofAmrnra in Cougrrw which he was not therefore benefited( on cent ; and "James Mexico. As
t aiemlled. That so much of the Cumberland thirty.six thousand one hundred and seventy dollars William, a* they are '- city represented to ua by an
grrtt anJ (H f"tJ1r.l.! Thirst th'- Secretary of State be. a. d- thins leaving only $17,035 JG. as extra named in his :he would who
road ai lies within the State rf Indiana arId all the For ecpcnsesofrccruiting, fi\e hundred! sixty scribed and account intelligent gentleman cams passenger

:; interests of the Li.ited States in the same, together dollars he is of hereby equity directed and justicthe to exinun claim". according of Joseph tu IV|'nnplen la- compensation for a large amount of extra services probably prefer to leave behind in Louisiana, on the Trent, the condition cf the Country IM

with ah the timber, stone and other materials be- For tlirce: month extra pay to non-comm:stoned Francis fir advances made, for r the use and benefit f extending through nearly nineteen lest some of the Van Burcn abolitionists shou'dbe comparatively tranquil upon the surface.

lonini to the tailed Slates in tile satae, together officers, muiei.l.U9. and pnva'e", on rc-cull.Uncut. the United: Sta'cs. prior to and since the taking ofthat I jears. and the value ofuh.ch.: l"oth to the ; disposed to fraternize with and give them There have been no political procmneianien* -
rith all the timber and other materials belonzin Ihouajid fin hundred dollar!
stone twelve of MIL late provinces or West r lor:Ja, and to the Indians his charge
portion in
government of further We told however that the
taking a journey tos. are Sajitanii-
I ; to the United Slates and procured for th.! For three months extra pay to theoT ccr, non- .!rnSed in the act (approved "icJIcenthf'ril., I an opportunity ,
purpose of being med in the con,tnirtion of said conmissioieJ rflirers, musicians arid "privates en- eiib'ren hundred ant l fourteen.) to which this is a couU carceltbe computed.We northward As to the thirty rations a day (as and the Pums have united their political I '

J I I road.and aU the nchti and prmeeeot! every kind cajfl in the m:htary s.-rice of the Lr.itod Stales: in !supplement, as included, within the.I limit i of the now turn lo the other picture-the ex. and the seven horses, we do not see how be fortunes, and will make an effort to overthrow -

longing to the United States as connected \\i'h: the war wit h Mexico under the art entiilr t4' An State: of LmiHiani or the Mississippi tt'rnlory. by I tra allowances lo Gen. Tajlor-taken from rould give them up ; the depletion he would ho present Government. Tbe return of
Slid road in said State, be and the same are hen bytransferred act to amend the! art entitled An act jknrljl; | :: .anJ that such rifinonen he male the ofiicera -
:h. United Stat .um a" reports by proper accounting sulTer, and he want of ample means of loco Santa Anna is openly talked of and expected.
and surrendered to the said State of Indian In an act entilltd. An act protulinc for the pn oN"u-1 to \ t duto the\ sail I Ie ll r'rari.s be I
mfi:1I1 >e 'I'itiy and laid before the House of Representatives -I
j motion at the of the Our informant assures ns that he shall be
na lion of the e\i"lmz war bch\'e'.n the Uni': 1 S'atesand : eipensc government
; his IP I
paid to him. or : rejiresHntatives! fist of antnionets
Approved August 11,1 SIS.JJO the republic Mexuo,and foi ether ;p rioses ,''" in the treasury not otherwise apprcpnattdAp t during the latt session, but which Gen. I woud: be greater than lie could probably sand! surprised if the ex.President be not again in. -

proted Jute ra'ittccnth, eiihtecn: Ii'indrcd and 'ro\ed Au,u,l 12, I I'sJs.' I Taylor's friends (the 'ehigs! ) would not su, cr Hut we return to the figures. Grn. 'l'alor has vested wilb supreme power within three
92-,VN ACT for giving eiFect to certain treaty turt\-el ht. three millions of Joiia's to he published. We restate: 1'l"C! allow !
ancs '
received extra allowances which e have months. Thft strength of the Admin-
as present
stipulations between this and fore sn !oetrnments For regular supplies cf the ,mrlrraisf -i di'pnrt- FflcOLtTlONc.NO. I'ns .
in of the IGth instant
published our paper and above his Oration consists in iu command of
for the apprehension and delivery up of certain mentconsisti'ignf'uel, forage inTkind for Ih I'Jtllo. jo JOIN'T RESOLUTION conrerningrrrtain specified, over reg. money.t .-

offenders. ri'ed number ol offirer bor et and for the horspf portions of the marine and
Ee tt enacted bv the Senate and house of JltprtMMattceiofthe nulej and o\en ol the elu rlt'l masrl'r'! department Rr ohf.I bif the bennte and Hoitir ffjrfir!rnta'tcfioj I 110 the present pay and extra. allowances of the la't 7 4,96-1 04 resented to have yet at iu command nearly t1

L'aittd StJtet of-l.venta& Confrru at the .everal military posts and "station, and witn the nird f>tatisnf.Jnimciim Con.'s.snsy'rthlirI whig candidate for the presidency.let. To which add his extra allowances a million of but this is not generally
atittmUtd That in alt cases in wh>.'h here the armies ill the fieldnl for the I l.cr' of tie .. money
Tll.at! the oT.rer-<>ri-c ir miss:' ;ie I ofiir Allowances over and above given
now exid*II. or hereafter may Xi5r. a"% treutv or first and t-ond re:m'er.ts of diazoon, the eight privates ant l i'ni-"irnn: of th- mine rorji*. pay according to his accounts, conceded. So long as iu means of paying

convention for extradition between the poven.ment companies of lijiit artillery, arid the regiment of who-r< hive served with the army! in thewir with separately in the reports. up to the 30'h! :June, viz : 2,947! 99. the army hold out, BO long it may be considered

J of the United States and any foreign Ro\'ernrnsnt, itt mo'invl ritlenun ; of straw for Nuldiera' bed ting Mexico and also: (the artiiir;rs and I iborers of the SI.COND VIEITOR'S KETORTBrrvrt .- pretty secure, and no longer. Such are
shall and be lawful for of the ju>ttct of aid of Mationary, mdtiding and o'iicrIrian' : I pay' and emoluments, f.r.tI'
may ant company or Juan,%e corp serving in said; war, be plarrd; in allrf'Cppctc. he representations made to us 04 this sob
the several district courts of the"ti.ited States-an..1!.1J. -bfl ,Us for the arms, certificates for di;"cb.rj! ,'d as to bounty land anj other remnnerat-on, Double rat ions, 12.'j05 00 \Iakingthe' very moderate! sum of$;;,812 02

J. the judges of the Several State courts. and the COT ildiers. blank forms for the piv and .i1artt.rmater's; I in addition( to ordinary pat. on a foot in;: wuh the officer I THIHPUDiron* EFFORT which U only! 813.321 56-more than the -ecf.

mmioners authorized to to do ban>' ot the courts departmeiit, and for the printing of diti.ion and deptrlmcnt *, H'ommii.ionrd ofiicer, privates! and mu- Transportation of office ba;za:e, 3T3 1" I whigs, with all their distinguished mathemat- The country is suffering extrecielj from
'I cf the United States, hereby !tierallvested orders, aud !hundred I Cornmutation of quartets and tuel. t"'N': W the unsafe of the
are army regulations I !;cian* of the srmv : Propulrd, I hat this fNI1Un"U.jon :')3 OjS2V03 I i icdl talent, can in any way nuke out that state public roads. They
!' I with jurisdiction and iihonty com thousa'id dollars Perdiemallowanceonccurt martuldu'y .
power upon slnll be ill lieu of prize none, a',d all other (en. Cass has ever received lor extra allowances are infested by robbers ia every direction.
plaint made under oath or affirmation charging any For the incidental of the quartermaster'sdetartment !
person found within the limits of any State district, consisting expensr of po.tae on letter ar.d I extra Szc.allowing t. And be i/llll'thrr remind. That the non- I 30 : of all kind, wh !'her (for compensation, Travellers make provisions for being robbed,
or terntorj with hath; committed within% the jurisdiction Allowances mixed with his We have not only as a thing of course ; they carry with them
pickets, received and sent bt olhcers of any su-h foreign povernmcnt any of the rice; expenses of courl-martial. and court of en entitled to the same l bounty fir enlistment a* i ic dor the head of" Pay and Emoluments." been reiurtmlhdrawn into the consideration money expressly to satisfy the rapacity of the

criraes enumerated convention or to provided issue Ins for warrant by any for luci.the Ijuiry. iiclud.ng; the adlitional compen,jtn.n Ill' now or mv hereattirbs received by the nou-coci- I rations per day l= as lieutenant and cap- nf this ibjcct of the extra allowances which banditti of the highway, content if they escape

treaty appeehen4ion or of the person- so charted, that he maya juice ad vocal es, recorders, members, aiid wilt issf s, misMom-d officers of the) armv.Approv tim.from May 3d, led)'. to September I ( en. Taylor has received, by the unfair an,1! all other indignities. It is a marvel bow travel.
while that service Mjrchix
under of .
on the act *
10 IM
d, August ; and '
'ith, 1",1'2-1'1 dip, 0,31'J ra- lers in considerable bodies Buffer themselves
brought before lfe or (commissioner to .. eflorts of whigs"to
ych ju I leenth, eizl>fe n,hnndretl 1 and two ; extra pav to tinisat2Ocents. ;;J21:< 00 i 'unscrupulous the"decency
the end that the eAdence of cnminilitv may be diets employed he erection the mitcon. In be plundered, and often more than once, bj
in 01! barrack quarts people by wilfully
hull and consider and if, on such lieanns the NO 2'J -A RESOLUTION granting to tne Jackson 1 ration for servant fer same time, 317 00 j jAllowance ( impose upon
; ,storehouses and ho"plr alitl he coils'ru"II.'I'if nctais.! much inferior bodies ofmen. Whenever si
.dence oe deemedlnufTicient( him to !sustain the MunUTet t committee certain brass guns a:id nior- as ray for one servant same truing, misstating, and misrepresenting the
v by
anl) oth constant labor under the direction of d;,
> r e 7 month 331 7G resistance is made it ia effectual.
charge under the provisions of the proptr treaty or tvs, captured General Andrew Jackson and time, at per allowances to Gen. CaM, hut J iJLve been spirited
.'; :arterm3ster's department t. for perio'1! t>f not les i for other \llow ante for clot lung for same, at $2 50 The Arco Iris mention the cia litUd
cou\ention. it shall be his duty to certilv the same, than ic's days underlheact rfsfctnd M"rr!;. 'ih- I Iti'T0ses. 130 27 meanly tantalized, dared goaded into it by

t,Mherwith a copy of all the! testimony taken be- teen hundred and nineteen ; expenses ol' f''tl'rf's''t'lllit Ileinfrrdbt/the Sf'nnt IToin'of frprcsfnla- per month from unprincipled presses throughout the country.We party of Germans who were attacked OB their
( him the Secretary f Slate that a warrant tires fir 1,1' United State of.lnicrira. ill Congress 4 ratifns per day as major, September -
ire to and Irrra the frontier and armil' In tlie to Vera Cruz. The resitted and
posts 1 results have WOOD
I President! of the. Unted 5 i, IM., to Aprils), J"I'J1,417dJ | are content to leave the we way
au'honties the States
Ray i-suc upon the requisition of the pmpe field <>f escort* to put'Titters other disbursing olT.- ,: anembhd. That authored and and ',.<>rt rations at .20 cents, J ,031 c v) ) and which cannot be controverted ded one of tbe robbers and his horse ; the
cf such forcign. 1vt'rnm.t. for the surrender be be. and. he M hereby revested' to developed,
aol trams where military escorts cannot
of said cers to b* d'Mitered to tb"! Jacks >n Monument I 2 rations for two servant for same time %0 SOAllowances and consideration of rest scampered off. The wounded man was
cfsach person acc( >d *p the stipulation furnished ; rxj;'cn-.es of the rnJerment of non-i-tm. I I ca1!*" < for to the calm dispassionate
treaty and convention ; and it shall! be the duly ol the missioned o'Hcrrs and soldiers; hire of Ubc.rrrs ; committee in tie' city r.f MTashncfnn, the brass guns as pay .samesame time,at3pcrmonthcath. 4CAllowance an intelligent people. afierwards arrested and handed over to the
s djud commnsuoncr to issue Ins warrant fortbecosj&itocnt 'I and mortars captured bt General Jackson at PI'I '**- $ authorities. learn that he
; or compensation (If clerks to the officers of the for clothing of same,at $2 :0pt'r i Verbally we was
lie to the quarter'I'I cola, and referred) to in a statement of tic Chief of
of person s) charged r.1 jit'r'lI: department ; com pen-at ion to wa I month each. 3n 31 From this sum the amount of brevet erroSntr.ents% hung for the offence.
: Ordnance OTice, dated fourteen April!, eighteen
tJ surrender Ihc
proper shall gaol there remain until such forag- mater authorized by the act cf the filth of hundred and lorttix, to be use,! Vv thi said committee Allowance for forage for 3 horses, same should be deducted as they are embraced in the next Lieut. Tilden, formerly ef tie 11. S. Army,
be made. / July eishteen hundred 1 and thirty-eight ; for the :I time, at S3 per month each. l.'OS SO class, which are made up according If hi. brevet
material for the constructs of the the Trent and ashore
monument over on weal at
f Sec 2. And be it trther enacted. That in every incidentto as came ,
J apprehension ol' deserters. and the expenses 5 rations day as lieutenant colonel rank when he was in command and received pay
r, case of complaint as\ore.caid. and of a bearmz upon their pursuit ; the various expenditures. nt'cc-u'i to that distinguished authorized pat iotand the tlie said com from April per 2'\ 1819.to April 20, IN HI- and emolument\ in accordance with that rank. I Pass Christain. Our readers cannot need to
lo erect said
the rctcrn of the warrant of arrest copies of the de- to keep the first and second regimentsof dragoons, mittee i. herebv such of the p.iblir grounds monument in the- 3fl5(} aays and 13,250 rations at 2U tThe value of the, quartets and fuel in kind" be reminded of the deed Hf which be brought

pMitions upon which an original warrant in any the eicht companies of lighfartillery, and the regiment i ef upon%Washington portions as man be designated i (for thatpurpose cent. 3/V) 00 furnished to him, when he did not draw cnmmuta deep infamy upon himself in the city of Mexico.

u-Ia foreign count may have been granted certified mounted riflemen complete including the city by the President of the United States. 2 rations, 'for two servants for same time, 1,400 00 tion therefor we have been unable to ascertain. It He WAS compelled .by the Government
under the hand <>f the person or persons issuing purchase of travelling forces, blacksmith*and shoeing Allowance as pay 'ten 2 servants, same would however amount to a considerable sum.
neb warrant an.t I attested upm the oath of the tool, bore and mule shoes iron, hire of veterinary Approved August 1 II I ,1S-IS. time, at $7 per month each 1,650 OT to leave thai country.

party producing them to b. true copies of the onici.Sal i- Hureeors, medicine for horses and mules, Allowance (for clothing fur same, at f2 50 Grn. Tn) lot's Northern Face. Paredes ''s still in Mexico, and said to be
1 depasitions. be received in evidence of thecriminality dollars NO 21.-A r.ESOLUTIOXcon-ernmg Ihc distribution ; I
rosy three hundred and fifty thousand per month each, COO 00Altowances succeeded in renewing endeavoring lo procure a pardon for himself
ri of the statutes at lar eRrstloed We have at length
of the person so apprehended. For the purchase of horses required for Ihe first ; for forage for 3 horses same It is thought that he will be sacceaaful.thatho
StC. 3. .'Ind be it enacted That it shiM 1 and Home from the editor of the "New Haven Journ,' I
further and second regiment cf dragoon, I the eight companies by the Senate of Representative I lime at E?-< per month each 2.SV 00
e lawful for the Secretary of State under his hand ol light artillery, and the regiment of mounted *of the United Stales of Amrncain Congress 1 6 rations our Ihy as colonel from April the revelation which we were "rt'king."r will not eves be subjected to the inconvenience '

'M sal 1 of office, to order the person so committed nfiomen one hundred thousand dollars assembled.! Tint the Secrelarx of Slate auih ,nzd lt. 1\2\.1. t(1 DC'"t'hrr. l's373lfiOdays determined to smoke out the '* old coon ;" atld ef a temporary eiile. I

'1 be delivered to such person or persons as hall he I' For constructing, repairing, and enlarging barracks and directed todelitcr to the St.lhtor of the and J.OI4 rations at *0cents, 3,;-O2 SO in his ofThursday last he Foreigners, we are teld, are treated with
accordingly, ,
%iithoriz] in the name, and on the behalf of such quarter, storehouses, :hospitals sublet, Treasury four copies! of the statutes at I..r"?, fur the 2 rations for two servants, same time, 1.257 jlJ piper much m-vre consideration id Mexiro since the

i loch foreign gmerrraent. to be tried for the crime I wharves, andvJY.. at the several posts and army uscof his of.ce! and to 1te kept and preierv clllu-h.I Allowance a* pat for same, same time. makes a full confcss'on! about (ttn. TnyloWe The Amen
J et bich such l be acctne-l and such and that the Sihcilnr be allowed CO his about ourselves war than they were ibrmerery.
persor\shkll so depots for temporary cantonments, gun houe f.r in as public properly at $7 per month (lch. 1,15 : pass over rigmarole ,
7fJn shall be delivered accordingly; and it ; Ihe of the library (if Congrefs. subject to for 1 icans share particularly ia this increase of
the protection of cannon including the nect'uary use Allowance for clothing same, same and come at once lo the gi
Wl bf lawful for tK*< person or persons authorized tools and materials for tie ohj.'ct' enumerated), and regulations lie Joint conmriee: on the Library. time, at S'l "Ji) per month each, SJO U2 As to letters in this vicinily front rcpard.I -.
",aforemd.to hold' tich person in ro,tod>, and to for authorized furniture ol barrack! rioir.s tf nc.n- Approted August tl, I l'I.NO. !IQ. Allowance for forage for 4 horses, same any \\'oud'do! in ). Luis de la Rosa has been nominated

[ h en.aior her to tl4 territories of auch 'loreign gi Ct'mnrils.lollI'c! l o2rcr 'n'1 soldiers ; rcnj of quartersfor tim?. at 3 per month each 3,33390 Gen Taylor! averting what and confirmed by the Senate as Minister Plenipotentiary
'vrraQcnt.purs'iait wh treaty ; and if the person officers barraeksand hosp.tals troops where 22,-.\ RESOLUTION antlionzic!! the submission l? ration per day as brigadier general reference to the Wilmot Proviso we have fee

j' *cn,'J shall eseapen'it of f"> custody which I there( are no public buildings for their accowimoda- ef certain claims lo arbitration. from De-ember 2">lh, 1M7 to June29th. never asserted, nor believed in their existenceat to the U. S., nor Pica y Cue-

w! she shall be c>>: Atnitted or In which lie or _he ti,ins.for store bosses [houses] for tho safe-keeping Resolved 1t1 the Senate and JTtnue of Itrpretcntatipes I-1- .I((day', and 37.57J rations the same time we have asserted and p ibHthrcl vas has been appointed Minuter of the Treas.

1albedclireredasforesaid..I it shall be lawful to (f Military store, and of ground for summer can- of the United Stairs ef America, in Congress at 2') cents 7,451 .) in this sheet a letter from an fminn"cn'lrman. 1 nry. His first act was to appoint a coai nis.cion .
rca . ia accjjcd: of an* cr\mea aini.t the laws in force inj3L for with the 1.SG3 07Allowance (who. by hue war, Rcgisteajs
For mileaze or the allowance male to officers be, and I(, is hereby, authorrred. bv and time, of the national! debt lie U
part of the Unttd States in which he or she the transportation. ol themselves and b. ;lIf'I.ean approval of Ihe Serretarn-s of the Treasury and War as par for same, same time, at is the lion. Trtlrmn Smithhut yet who represented atrepud

wrso escape may fie retaken on an escape.Src. tn\oiling )n duty vi'itiont troops seventy-five thou Ocpartmeiitsto submit the difiVrencts between the J7 p.r month each. 2,14441 this on !his own authority, in which letter aling the, acts of his predecessors in rca
4. Jl+d It it enaeted. That when for for at $2 50 says the notorious oI'th. fire millions
further sand dollar United States of the onepart and the Catholic con- ..1110lnre clothing same reliable information is given, I\t to pard to case
the t
say person who shall hate been committed under including the bag- Ciegition of St. Augu>tine, Florida :and P.enediftMadenn |ierm.nth each, 7C" S6 mo of On. hf bonds hypeihecated to secure $500,090,
of !
tbiiarrt.or t remain For transportation armr. for for 5 the liberal and enlarged polity Taylor
any such treaty a aforesaid > Vicar General of the catholic chnrbh of Allowance forage horses same
Vul 1 of lro when moving either by land or water ?, would bind they are to be turned ever to'the proper
: delivered up in pursuance of a requisition as cage ps and Florida, of the other part ns to certain properly time, at i per nu'nth each 4.0S3 C7 on this question. Gen. Taylor nol i
'"TNjid shall not bs delivered np pursuant thcre- ; of clothing. camp and garrison C"fjuiptltl" to specified in the m-mnrial. to Congress ol the claimants 15 rations per day as major general frota veto a bill of Congress, establishing) the Pr.. tribunals for trial.

is. sad conveyed out of the United Stales within horse equipments frcm and the depot at Philadelphia of subsistence at this session, to arbitration, and to agree for June 29th 184C to Dec-tabor 31sf, nisi principe! he considers that matters set The celebration of the 16th of September,
t depots, ;
*o calendar months alter such commitment, over the several poets army United States to such impartial and dis'ntf 1S47-r>51 day;, and 8,205 rations at2Oeents the of Mexican Independence
the .1 l lliverv the birth-day
the : of purchase and from places tied the cor.nitnlion already and not to appears
sSov the (rom paces l/.VJ 00 by
J' tho time actually required to convey learned in the law as said Solicitor ,
the circnnstanccs cited citizens. have been the
r t'3:1'r from lha gaol to which he or she may have under contract lo such flares as be sent- and said par'ie* may select,10 decide said diflVrenres. 4 rations for four servants,for same tine, 440 ff be dis'ur1aNlIIY the wishes of any set of men to general throughout
"*" of the U- of the service may require it to ;: for same lime, atc1penrncanthcach. if he wishes it-And country We Lad it continually referred id
: eomm.lted. by the readiest way, out from such terms and conditions, and ill such mxle Allowance as pay same, -not even by himself,
kited! States, it shlll in every such case, be lawful r>f ordnance, ordnance store,the arid 'nal arms. 'lorlificj-I on manner. and form as may he deemed just and pro.per 507 20 it is our confidence in, and admiration of this by the press, and we have & copy ef a? era'

!0 MJ J judge of the United Slate., or of anY State, Ihe foundries and armories to at. million by said; nolic.lnr, and s.id! parties, to b" set forth Allowance for clothing for same, at ?2 50 tIre old manthat .tit'il, lion pronounced at the capital.
and one in con I
$cpl&catu>i made to him by or on Uh l lf of the lions, frontier pot, army depots snch submission ; aid that raid S-licitnr he directed per month each 161 15AHowanre spirit justice The 4.e| declared at Uuejutly en
v8; 110 committed and upon proof mad to him (he hundred thousand dollars in todefend thomhts and inter fls of Ihe United f' r forase for 7 horses. for one *f ihe il-tims he baa on the re.p-ct of the amnesty

"i: M.T 'reasonable notice of' the intention to make For gubsistrnce in kind in addition hundred to one hun States before( such arbitration, and to obtain from same limeat fi per month eaeb, SOlr'lt whole conntry. We say tho principle of $1arcry the 10th August in favor of all 1 the insure
thousand seven an<
taP1'ltUlaon has Wen given to the Secretary olL dred and eighty-six and cents in the ircamryone ., Havana or elsewhere such papers as may be necesbary exlrnrion is a base one-not sanctioned gent Indiana who should make their aubmia
tbWp-mon committed to be dis"rted fourteen dollars forty-four decision of said arbitrator to be G4'J 15) 74 kion xrhbin
so hundred anl I IlwentS'-scven Ihouwne I therefore, the spirit of the federal compact, nor contemplated sixty days.
Le ont or rastodv. unless sufficient cause shall million one dollara' and fiflysicents. !' made Lclore or during the next session of Congress,, by We hare as jet had fjsoe bat (bt i rapid
and -eight 4 04 it and we could no more
twenty -
to nch four hundred lound- Total of both classes, 81.J. by support
oben I jiide why such discharge oughl and with Ihe evidence on which the same files. We shall recur to them
*" at
w violate that glance our
ordered.Vli6" laid before Congress at its next session tot that while tim whig a man who would compact
hnn ed. tn be Thus won tee presses of
one the benefit them
F 3'.J||<' le & further enaeted.: That. this act For medical and hospital department approval and ratification thereofor dissent there oratarnhave been'4 ringingrtbe changes," in this way than we would an other traitor and give our readers
I f I iJ | cofittase in fore during nistenee ftf drd and twelve tho uand dollars. further action. and should they contain anything of interest* -
any its
and for hoi
I of ihe
-. e ""n with nsy lor.ip FnnlDmt I. dollars For ct ntiof ncJe of the ia7lwenlj tboa.aw I from Approved A.. 434*. all orcr U* country to the Jfcct that Get to the real internts TV country*-


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The voice of South Carolina. servative. (;,anted. S i.t tko negative General Qnitman. The Northern Democrt Mr. Wehitcfi .pe. ,

ft* THE FLORIDIAN.: Notwithstanding the attempts which have either House of Congress on the other. I can.o The position cliMe, gallant officer and aba! The Demort. Kt the Norh an the I liaised I.Why the bart Ute act speech bbs Whit of Jf pp Ir Gr

not the General) mistakes the Con. who has been as supporting only men standing up for the compromises of .r.spIopsie I
* : ;. ,. been made lo draw efl the Democrats of the Lutthinl man, represented of itl Their "dnl are bpI a
. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. have BO doUbt l when surrounded is in doubt. Like Shields (the constitution and the integrity cube Union. of the cheese?., of that I
DEMOCRATIC Taylor, longer
"Palmetto! State" 10 the support of the Whig by his Cabinet he will learn that a Pr.iJtn no Martin Van Burcn and his Free Soilers are which; ';- .,. T.jrlor i. .txUr 4a coult i.

.i. Foa PUSIDENT, candidat far the Presidency, by associating must approve of an act before he signs it, and and other distinguished ofc.r who won for in open loslilyla us, while the whole Whig SLAVKKT M... and Gen. C.s a.a! GD. As71.

&i* GEN. LEWIS CASS, kirn wiih' BUTLER, there is the strongest assurance thus put upon record his approval. Could tbemsel\"e imperishable fame in the Mexican party a\o\ the same principles, but SOCTHMW they afraid lo OB let AJTI.WU.XO PRovmays.! r A
*!;Xii: FOR TICE PRESIDZ: T, that General CASS will be the man of Gen. Tailor, a an honest man, declare to war, ho is making strong speeches in favor wtpect to catty the question by restraining the ed the candidafi. tn,pple presidency see posit,05. .1

GEN. WM. O. BUTLER. their' choice. With only a few exceptions, the nation and the world that he approved ot! of Cass and Butler. Thus we see that while exercise of the veto through the action of Con. Iuihf leader or their) i ,> Iy a Ii.:

an act when he did not approve it !, The act there officers who went to Mexico gress. How ought the South to vote in sucha "all.Tho rI1.--Gtp .
the men of greatest prominence and influencein not become a law uutil tboPresidenl were many contest ? Duty, patriotism, and that good same inquiries be made
t Ir WITH" JUDICIAL dos ; may will
:';; .'LIDES1, WE SHALL CLING TO THIS COSTITCTIO the State have spoken out in favor of the writes on it"approved," andrif s the declaration Whig% such a WJnkoop, Manly, &c., maxim Stand by your friends," all invokedthe erence Jo the whig papers of this State. fet

Stjjta LASTI.tT. D -mocratic: nominees. There is now scarcelya .by signing i 'his name under it. Tho came back those who went as South to present an undivided front for we there is And
:* AS TilE XAKINER CLINGS TO THR suppose another
1N...: FLANK WHEN MGIIT AND THR TEMPEaT CLOSE doubt but that her vote will be given to CASS people have: said a plainly a they could, in Democrats came back the more confirmed a Cass and Butler, for whom the noble, the lionhearted lishing ibis speech. objection'tO.pb.
the Constitution, that the President is Democracy of the North are now They
t AROCND H ix.-Letcis Ca::. and DUTLCB ; and it will not bo thus giren appoin. Democrats, and are now opposing the election their readers should unwilling tha
ted other to scrutinise such battling with prospect of the most glori. know any
purposes every thing of
... We have neither the right nor the power to through the mere force of party ties, but froma among and if he of Taylor and Fillmore. This is a bitter I declaration of their the
acts Congress as they pass, does ous success. leading
: :.. touch slavery where it eli.ts.-Gen. Ca::. conviction: that Whig policy and Whig men not approve of them they shall not become commentary upon the course of the Whig lea. General Cass. nomination of Gen. TATioR-jro ibtt t,

2& .' Congress: has: no riglt; to say ths.1 there ball are unsound and unsafe, that Democratic 'l4s':. If indeed, he docj not, within a certain ders in that war, ana shows (hat those who In Gen. Cass the Democracy of the Union made because nocj&to
c.:.. \tn slavery! in New York or no slavery in but Georgia the principles! ought to prevail, that the Demo. ; number ofdas, signify to the House in had the best chance to witness iu effects upon had an experienced statesman, who had filled be credulous they are afraid there migkt

; nor is there any human power cratic alone bo trusted which an act has originated his objections, the are disposed to condemn and re. every office ever .held by him with honor to some enough to believe ihh_
of ihoso Statcr.-Gen. Cats. parly can : on questions enemy
pvaptc it will become law without his However true be, it
approval.Rut may
a himself and credit to his country. He was i yet win
it. Gen.
;.jm. The principles involved in the Wilmot Pro. relating to Southern rights and interest, and are we to under tand that the brave and probate: Quitman recently dcln.reda regatded while abroad the most accomplish to let it get out. The cat must be ne'e de

.. viso should be kept out of tho national legislature that its candidates are, tbeieforc, to be preferred high-minded Talor will thus evade his Con. speech in Natchez, Miss., in which he came ed and able of our whole a diplomatic corps ; wallet. kept in tae

.. and left to the people of the coiifoJe. and should bo elected. Read below stitutional responsibility ? Imposible Ho w11 out strongly! and decidedly for the Democratic and while in the Senate no man outrankedhim. But, why should

racy in their respective local governments.: what Mr. IlrecK, long a prominent mau in soon learn cannot do so with honor, nominees-at the same time making an able His personal worth was admitted by what Mr. WEBSTER'S w 8 expect them to tij

r 1 Gen. Ca::. that State and of her and therefore will nut adhere to his present argument in favor of Democrat'c principles, all who knew him, friends and foes-political says as to the posaica,
recently one Reprcscn.
: pt. Let tho people regulate llicir intern con. construction of Constitution. The ,:c is, and showing the safe and wite of the ones he meant?, fur he believed he had no personal of CAS and TAYLOR on the slavery qie1Qfl|,'
in the U. S. policy
tat \-eJ Senate, says on these sub. Gen. knows how lo beat an when have
ji1: cenis iii their own way.-Grn. Ca:: Taylor enemy bore the highest trstimo- they not yet lold their
in with that of the tnemies-al
Democratic contrast that
Leave to the people who will be affected j,*cts. His views are forcible, and we cannot and conduct himself a man with integrity ; party ny to deportment, his accomplish the whole northern whig
party are
." by this question to adjust it upon their own reaponsibiliiy I;e how any Southern man, especially any but he does not know how to construe the Whig party. Thus speak out the great vol. manner and his great goodness of heart.- TAYLOR on the ground that hem supporting

and i.n their own mlDner.-Gen.: Southern Democrat, can resist their truth ar.d Constitution. And how should! he ? His unteer Generals: of the Mexican war. The Presidency would not honor such 1 man, the n vets:

f,... whole! life has been passed in camps, r.nJ his I The following is an extract from the speech but he would be au honor to it and to the Wilmol Proviso, and opposing C.USOI
and them
.t I am opposed lo the exercise of any juris. power. Read ponder well. IM proficiency in arms is presumption against of Gen. Quitman : Nation.! I the ground that he ,'i veto ill Oh nol-it
diction; tbe of SPRINGI, August 12th, ms. his knowledge nub: laws amd Constitution. General Butler. will never do that this
by Congress over subject slaveryGen. fact should be
The Veto Power is vastly more than he now As to Gen. Taylor or Gen. Cass, the Pres- kno"l
Ca::. The leaders of the Whigs I have held in thinks it-it is conservative certeinly, but much idcncy was not made for any man, however Of Gen. Butler-the statesman, tho poet, to readers of whig newspapers in th Soutlr:,

:' I do not see in the Constitution any grant high estimation as gentlemen.! Hut they more so than he supposes. Tke President is exalted, and neither of them could have any the scholar! and the soldier-he feared to They would! ne"e"ote for the abolition

1j :. Cf such a power to Congress.-Gen. Cass. are all of them, in feeling! and principle, responsible for every act that becomes a law, personal] claims to the office ; it was only as : trust himself eulogize for fear it might seem FILLMOHE, if any doubts were raised ,

majority-men. They) tee no immorality in unless passed in opposition to his Veto.lIe ."_ they were the representatives s of their parties, overwrought. lea his personal friend, what TAYLOR would do and as to
Gen. Tajlor's endorsement of Mr.\ Fil!. trampling the Constitution under the feet cia is to take care that the Republic suffer no and advocate doctrines calculated to further his companion arms ; one to whom he was that would bs'

more's abolition opinions, in his last !letter to majority ofCoiigrets. They do not see or detriment from unconstitutional, unjust, or impolitic the interests of the country, or retard its pro. endeared by stronger ties than ordinary friendship too bad-oh I shocking! Can such withhold:

4 I Mr. Allison, Vy the follou! ing extract : ferl ih- evils amalgamation. They regard laws. gress that they were to be supported or'op. and fur horn no eulogy-no matter how ing of facts, such deception, succeed ?

.'The National; Whig Convention met hi State boundaries the remains of This highly wrought-would his feelings.
: as proiinciaIi But I must t come to a close. I cannot con. posed patriots. brought him to speakof GEORGIA ELCCTIOX.
June, and Fr.'ected me as their candidate.I .- anJ the tinctioiis, of Suffice it to when they were rivals lor
:' m, races as antiqua. sent to be one of the Vice Presidents. First, the conduct of the two Conventions, and say The )
I.I.L accepted the nomination! with gratitude and ted prejudices.! because I have already declared, in the name the candidates presented by them. the same office, had he controlled the votes liedge\"io Federal Union of tta
ttc4: { : with I I oftle contidcnccof Look of the Baltimore Convention Gen. Butler 10th inst. remarks follows
pride. was prou at t the vote on the Compromise Hill : ol the Democratic party of Charleston: that Democratic a upon the returns
. ;,. of such a body of men representing such; a All of the Northern Whigs' in the House ofRepresentatives they should take no action in thu Principles. would have been placed exactly where he of the late election in Georgia :
promises. The Baltimore Convention had laid
! ;:- constituency alt the Whig part of the United [ voted against it-tofiflhsof Secondly, because many of friends attendtd down was placed by that body. But why say more "The results an cheerng: to the Deme-
States, a manifestation the ll because my its principles in a set of resolutions which in his favor when it well
more grateful the Northern Democrats voted for it.Thia here was knownour Our
tho Tavlor! whom I am not racy. delegation: in Congress will
. t it was r.ot cumbered with exactions in. mctrinl were clear and explicit uppn every leading friends would be I
wall the effect sympathy. The Northern Whig gladly heretofore
disposed lo drive ranks what swap equally divided. The
: compatible with the dignity of the pre&idcritial Whig have no sjmpathy for u'. The will to them to Whig almost by point in i issue, or rather, which had al!! along candidate fur the second office for him 1 elected are Judge Wellborn Gen.Democrats
1.i1:'. office and the appear a personal been in issue between the two great l pasties Haralfoo,
: of its incumbent The listened
responsibilities Northern Democrats hate. And what was speech was to by marked at. and Messrs. Cobb and
I think
opposition.' they were and Hacked. The
!! :t to the whole of the nation. wrong, of the country. Upon the Bank, the Tariff) Whigs
.: people the amount of this Compromise Hill ? The would win them back by some more concilia. tention throughout, and elicited the strongest elected are Messrs. King, Owen
.;;, : And I may add that these cmo!ions Kcreinrrcascd Southern people thought they had a common general system of Internal Improvements, marks of satisfaction and applause from the and Toombs. The Stephens
tory nothing more be said popular vote has
:,: associating name J1, I/lat'flhc dis. share! in the It'aures. Slavery, and all questions upon which there and the retired no beta
my Territories won I by our common done, many of them, if not all, who aro not the Democratic audience Democracy highly large and indicates that while the Whigs biro
;;, linguihed ci' Zt>R of Xeic York, vhisc.acknowledged efforts was a controversy party and with the of the .
&.. or purchased by our common funds.- out for office will reflection delighted proceedings day.A put forth their the
,-, abilities and sound consercaliic The looking on see its candidates had taken the bold and manly strength Demorall bars
.b' Whigs contended that we Southern pco- that i it is better to for Qdss than to join a corps in reserve, which on the 7th of
of their
ote ground nailing principles to the mast
entitled him
opinions might havcjuitly to the had share Hit.
pic no tight to a in common acquisition. the lard will
. ,
. W'higparty.
...4.;.,' firstlJace on tJie ticket." i We thought, in justice, and by theConstilut.on DANIEL E. HUGER. head and standing with them or falling I) We have not seen a better and harder hit s"el considerably their msjori-
. :;.:.....:.'_.: This man: is Miliard Fillmore, and J this : I \\e were entitled to a slarc.- their advocacy. On the other 'hand, how i is:i upon the Taylor vvhigs, than the following At the election! in October 1947
with the Gov.
Convention and
( its ,
.., :. The Platform of the Whig Candidate for' They thought not. We then propose to leave A voice from Gcor la. It had Whig resolutions candidate pithy puting: of the case by Mr. Bolts in his Towns mjoritya' 1299. In the-78
passed no adopted no polit. coun.
; tlic \- it to the Courts Justice and the Conslitu- The following opinions of GOY GILMER were last letter : ties beard from
, : lee Presidency."BtFFALo in which Governor Towns
ical creed and had
::. lion. They refused be left to a majority of communicated in a Utter to the Democrat assembled presented to the countrya .But suppose I were to to the whigs ofthia received of
Oct. 17, lS3' say majority 823 votes (be
candidate whose ,
. ... opinions were not known a
,.: Congress-:tlmt i i. to themselves. I am tired recently at Edenton, (;:i. The high character district next spring, that I would as soon crats in the late election have Vero.
.';' ; \ SIR : Your communication of the 15th; ins(., except on a solitary question-the veto. a
; of I this everlasting wrangling about rights.I .- of GOT. G. a a statesman and patriot entitle his accept a nomination at the hands of the Jcco- 917, shewing a gain of89
votes. The
.," 'j as chairman: of a committee appointed by love the Union ; but tho Union I Jove opinions and vicvr to the highest respect and con. Gen. Taylor's Principles. I focos a: from them, and that I would make 15 counties will other
; .
: : *4 I i probably
The l/ie ma.
.;J. Erie "Anti-Slarcry has .Society ti hand.of You County of that of our fathers-one in which all sideration. HeaJ the )letter : He said Gen. Taylor was his personal no pledges, and would not be the exponent of jority beyond thai of Gov. I"elle.
just come ) solicit
.'. answer to the following! interrogatories States, as they were, arc constitutionally dc LEXINGTON, IGth Sept., 1848.- friend, and he would not say a word against their party principles! ; and that, if they elec. It is now certain that the popular voice of

f:' ray 1st. Do believe that Con: clued to be equal and every (as tie- Gentlemen:-I cannot be at your barbecue, him personally even if ho could ; hut he ted me, it must be on their own responsibility ; Georgia, is for Cass and Butler. If the democracy
. ..... :. jress on tho you subject of slavery and the slave scribed in the Constitution) entitled to equal and if I were. I doubt whether I coud! speak.I could! not. His private life was unexceptionable -I beg to know what twenty years of laborious do their duty, the State is safe."
privillgfs. If the Union can only be I will! however fake the of work in the whig cause would avail ?_ i ii
: ': trade ought to 'he received read and preserved liberty expressing ; it was only as the candidate of the
b:.: considered the respectfully by acknowledging Souh: Carolina! inferior to you mdcir6tha&& Jour cflbrts and those Whig party that he spoke of him. But who i And why should I no hare as much right to ITIorc Secret Letters.

"-r ? by representatives of the to other States, and her citizens not entitled who think with you may be successful in electing I in that assembly, s-hatpoIitical friend of Gen. i take that ground as Gen. Taylor ?" The Detroit Free Pres.ltaea, that-

'. I people to the fame privileges \\itbthe citizens Gov. Cass President. Taylor, could tell him how the General The Ohio Statesman furnishes a new feature Mr. S. Lamed,ofthis city, made a speech

..'" ,'.., Texas 2d. Are this you Union opposed; lo the annexation of of t the Northern States, then I would prefer I hare known Gov. Cass for a long time upon the Rank, Tariff Improvements stOlx., in the presidential canvass. It quotes in Springvvells on Friday, in which he said ha
to under
any circumstances, death-civil, political and indi"idualratbcrtll both from the I Wilmol Proviso," a campaign had seen letters from Gen. Taylor,
. slaves held therein by personal and official intercourse. He and last, though not least, the Wilmot Proviso paper pirate t
o long as are ?
: such degradation. published at Massillon, Ohio, by E. Burke citizens in which he avowed himself .
3J. Are in favor I been in public life for forty years, and ? He was unwilling, and he expected his
':. all the constitutional you ofCJn.rcsH'xerch.in it that a portion of the Northern: Democrats I most of that lime in situations which hare Whig friends would be unwilling for him, to Fisher, who states, upon the authority of his m favor of the Wilmot Proviso, and ia

':". J.: abolish the internal slave power trade between possesses, to have gone astray ; but Jet it bo recol. made him acquainted with those departments judge Gen. Taylor by what his Northern sup. "respected friend George D. Hime," that which be pledged: himself use his influence

. I States the looted they no longer act wish the Democrat. of the public service, of which the J're irent) porters said of him-such men, for instance, .'Ir. Corwin produced (in his presence) a in favor of the adoption of lbe measure.

,;- ; 4lh. Are in favor of immediate ic party of the Union. The candidate of the should bo specially cognisant. He has made as Corwin, Ewing, Schenck, and others.While .- manuscript letter purporting to bo written b}I "In the South, the wbigs claim Gen. Tay.

:4.. Islation for the you abolition leg. Baltimore Convention is not their candidate ; more Indian treaties and acquired more tcrritory they were urging him at the North Gen. TaIlor to a gentleman of Cincnnati. lor a an anliproviso man, and a reliable man
; : slavery in the Dis. (hey have one cf their own Mr. Van Hurcn 8 the of which was so far (the interests southern slaveholders
trict Columbia T for our people, than any citizen of the the friend of that measure, or as pledged not purport as Mr. CoUn a
'r"1.:., I much who is avowedly more opposed to Southern United States. to veto it, we of the South were told (that bp it to Mr. lime, that he, the writer, ( Tay are concerned. In the North he is claimedas

."' .: am into engaged and have no lime to rights than Mr. Cass, and who is for that very He is the only distinguished man at theNorth was a slave holder, and that was a sufficient lor,) (KT WAS IX FAVOR OF THE WIL a Wilmot Proviso man, and in favor of the

'. .":, '. enter an for argument or to explain at length reason sustained by the 'Free Soil"party, as who ventured to aid in setting public guarantee for us. lie admitted the full forceof MOT PROVISOAND THAT HE HAD abolition of slavery, &c. The people of the
- my reasons my opinion. shall therefore they call themselves.I BEEN OPPOSED TO SLAVERY FOR \hoIe Union should know the two faces
when the this
tl content myself) for the opinion right, Slate Georgia was fact, but, unfortunately, it was not always 0
present by answering
k1: ALL cannot consent to act with a party who grossly slandered for its policy towards the conclusive! as an instance from each THE PAST TWENTY YEARS. whier.r.

.J.y. TIVE your, and interrogarorics leave for in future the AFFIRM are pledged to each other to refuse to Souibern Indians ithin its jurisdiClion.Gov. j party would show. He need only allude to I We asked our friend if he bad seen te Itisatrange that these should b so touch

*;;,,. extended discussion some occasion a men the privilege having their claims in. Cass did good ler\ice a an officer Mr.I Clay and Col. Benton, neither of whom letter. lie answered that he had; that smoke and no fire. Corwin tbe existence

*:*** ." more on the subject.MILLARD vesticatcd c'.n in a Court of Jostien.I and a soldier in the war with Great Britain. was sound upon this question, and they are had looked over the shoulder of ex-Governor of a private letter to the same effect;

.:-;..". ., u_. .h''.MILLS FILLMORE.w. cannot consent to act wilL a party who He is well acquainc.d! with territorial and both nearly as large slaveholders as Gen. Corwin, and recognised the signature of Z. Truman Smith, and Bates of fSachuetl

esq., chairman.___ prefer, a consolidated Democracy to a confed State governments by his long experience as TaJlor. Tajlor to the document. Mr. II. further (the same. Is it not probable chir.

i: Beware or Fillmore. crated Republic, and would do violence to Governor of Michigan. The Wilmot Proviso. went on to state that Mr. C. informed him that man of the executive committee may
the laws of nature to vhom it written sent a of his private letter to his confidential .
by forcing the African to He was for years member of Gers.Jackson's gentleman teas authorizedhim copy
WiiF any Southern man vote for a candidate an equality with the Anglo-Saxon. cabinet many; so that his thoroughly He then referred to Gen. Cass's open and to make such use ofthe letter as, in his friends in the non-slaveholding Stales,

'.;' who entertains views like those expressed by I cannot consent to act with a party who conversent with the whole course of Presidential manly declaration in his Nicholson! letter, that judgment, he might deem PROPER ; and that. to give them the cue? Not so in the slaveholding .

Fillmore:. in the above letter ? would rather have our own biothers duties. he was opposed to the Wilmot Proviso byname the said documents would be used by him in States, where Prentiss; and Benjamin

t Rember that he baa no where retraced his in Texas to the tyranny c.poscc oppression of the He understands well, the foreign relations and believed, ..f ado ted, it would weak. his speech at Ravenna the ensuing day." bole a different language, and Dr. Pannil

.. distardly! Mexican than en, if not impair the union oldie States, and whig eector: Virginia, said lo
the risks
1 affirmati re" in favor of immediate encounter of of his country, having been Minister Fiance,
legislation sow the seeds of future discord which would
a war with Mexico. a declaration with the New Orleans
!; where he the Wake up, Southern Voters limia
managed so admirably matters
for the abolition slavery in the Districtof I cannot grow up and ripen into an abundant harvestufealainity. These double faces indicate fraud
consent to with
. act a party who committed to his charge as to defend successfully Do our southern friends believe that such i a
,L Columbia." In conformity with his views,, have attempted to obscure the glory of the the maratime )interest of the United This of itself was sufficient to.. ultra and fanatica anti-slavery champions upon the people, which ought to be unmaiked. .

&. always acted in Congress in favor of the country lo effect a party triumph, and would States against combination of I the most powerful show that (;en. Cass would never sanction a I Thos. hae taken ground for General a .-Washington Union.Contradictory. .

: ception and consideration of abolition peti. I have withheld supplies from our armies in anenemy's and commercial nations: of Europe. ml.ter: productive of so much injury to his Taylor without knowing that he will not in.

? country lo force an inglorious retreat. His late in the Senate of theUnited country. Ho was too good a patriot, 10 teriere with their projects abolition and disunion .-There is no Whig at the
. tions. This is not, and cannot be, denied.He .- which experience much devoted to the interests of his South more favorable to principles offree
our enemy desired but could not accomplish. States has made him countt' ? In the of lei
4 well versed in nature things, there must
also refused to join in the censure of GiJ- to do so. His whole life had given than General Talor.-Rohute Daily
.. t the policy of Congressional Legislation. be some such At the Taylor J.
of thisBut if Gen. Cass had said word m"i an.
who cfiertd the i infamous Rut not
Creole is there
dings, ) rcso. a single which
measure the (;0Can
has talents of the held the 16th inst.
highest order, meeting on Saturday, st "
on the subject be held that the 7th resolution! There is no man in the South bitterly .
have more
lotions,jollifying mutiny and murder of white i ipersons Whig party ever originated which could, and well cultivated, set of by a noble Doyleston, Pa., that equally violent abolition.
adopted at (he Baltimore Convention, which opposed to the Wilmot Proviso, and the
slaves in by any possibility, prove satisfactory to the and polished ist Thadeus Stevens made .
by a manner shocking to manners. a speech-the following "
people! of ? The Bank Internal Improvements Gen. Cass as bearlly endorsed as he cordial. princpll involved in it, than Gen. Taylor.
auraat>ily, and insulting:to tbe South. But wcaeed Gen. Taylor is a diligent roan and brave 1 extract from which we find in the whig O.
ly approved, He knew ths
Ac. have was enough. wascontroverted
again and again been soldier. His Picayne
life has been spent in examining Taylor organ of Bucks county :Knoxrille :
not enumerate his rotes, or quote more reprobated I by South Carolina and by some hair-splitting Whig
these arc morning orders Standard 19th inst.
; reports issuing provision Destructive Fi'e in Pen.sacola-On
of his 'friends and Mr. of Alabama but Monday
or speeches, to prove him utterly Whig measures. I know of nothing which by Yancey ,
drilling raw soldiers and
Stevens said
enjoying con\"esa. he held I hat could take the : morning last between 2 and 3 o'clock, a fire
have they
era sound, rotten to the core, and imminently: they promished to do uhich we can a p.protc lion and segars in the men room. Ho is a tion to that article the ofthe same oJjec.i Bank "These sentiments, honestly and radically broke out in the kitchen in the rear of tb
unsafe on questions slavery. This is known I in favor.or which T, by any possibilitycan work General, whom the country delights to honoras i: because States and on Territories were not, held by the speakers, together vvi'h his convictions building known a the Union House-
to every body. Attempt to disguise it, or tar our which .ey conform never pretended to nuch. If he has not been flattered enough lamed in it.The based upon the most satisfactory evidence at the time blowing very fresh from the
I S principles to ours, and their !for hi* conduct at Monterey, and Palo Alto that Gen. views and
tusU it, as they may, the Whigs cannot: get I interests, or interests Taylor's feelings North-east, before the Engines of the city
supposed are let him Baltimore Convention.
round the (fact that he is Abolitionist. receive another Brevet, or be put at are against the extension of slavery, and that could be got to the scene of destruction the
an opposed.Let | the head of(he Army. Rut do not make him The convention deal in general priaciples, he would leave the question to be settled by whole square, from the store occupied by Geo.

Will Southern men, then, rote for him ? Is me aV< rf a sing'e' Whig measure is Chief Magistrate, lest the honor which he has and the 7ib resolution declares, that all efforts the representatives of the people, wou'd! induce W. Barkley, Esq., lo the building occupied

any man so bent upon electing! Taylor, whose known or thought or beneficial to the South, worthily earned, be sullied by mismanagingwhat of(Lc Abolitionists, or others, made to him to vote for Gen. Taylor for the pre. by the Masonic fraternity, were in flames

principles are concealed and unknown, that or South.CaroliI3. Their ri\"er and barbors he knows nothing about. induce Congress to interfere with questions sidency. He appealed to those who honestly and that whole square laid in ashes. It,

and manufactures, and ships, and sail We do not employ: a Blacksmith for a of Slavcrjor take desired to the extension of \a
he will go a fatal step further, and vote for an to incipient steps in relation prevent slavery to then crossed to tbe adjoining square and CfCr
to our and ors, &c., are benelkted, by appropriations of Schoolmaster, nor select a Sheriff for Judgeof thereto, are calculated to lead to the most the new territory lately acquired, t consider building on it was also consumed. Tb

enemy rights interests Taylorctiuiel Congress ; bill Lht'6 come from the Treasury) the Courts. It is a wise saving that everyman alarming and dangerous consequences ; and weJthe position of tilings-to reflect on the here crossed to the north side of the street and

be sustained without sustaining Fill, and that Treasury is filled by duties, and is to be trusted in his own art. The (that all slch efforts have an inevitable tenden. fac Taylor or Cas must invitably be seven buildings were here consumed,when its

. more at the same lime. Whoso swallows I thirds of those duties must ultimately fall on The Colder lo his awl. The Farmer to hissoimgh. cy to diminish the happiness ofthe people and elected, if the choice is made by the people ; further progress was arrested. It is estimated

Taylor, swallows Fillmore also. Will this lime plantation: States as they furnish h'o.llrdsoCbe ; The officer to his sword The endanger stability and permanency of the hat the Buffalo! nominee stands not the shadow that between and sixty houses were
S fa fane notwithstanding the sacrifice it will I turb eiprr's.with Hut I am lot dslostd: :. Statesman to the Council Chamber. Union, and ought not to 'be countenanced by ofa chance-that every vote withheld from burnt.

' cost ? Those who can so far will haveforever declaie you I do not I !vexed know of ocmuy! The Country wants a President to direct intercourse any friendofour political insI utions." That, Tailor and cast for Van Buren, will be one Among those who suffered, are Captain

go one opinion common : with this Indian tribes ; preserve he sid, was sufficient for him ; and when it towards the election of the evils Forsjlh. lose ing his residence and nearly *1
after to close (heir mouths about to the Whig one Can-tht
Peace and
South paily principle extend
the .
generally ac- commerce of recollected that ho and
know'e our country was was of the Calhoun we now deprecate, have pre. his 'furniture, tho house wo believe "'aIO.
era ri&bta.1"Le1 themselves' in their; blind I 'ged them by them, cr one feeling: which with foreign nations ; to appoint faithful school of politics, he thought it ought to be ceeded and precipitated it upon the country I tuned ; Mansion House occupied by Col.

zeal for party SD teN, will bare bartered avv aythose can bcliVve! aclia'e injurous: lo a the a parly South., which is not, I and intelligent public ofcrl; and to give the satisfactory. to most men. At all events it were produced or rninht have been prevented Saint nearly all his furniture destroyed;-

righu. Gen. Taylor states in of Senate! and House Representatives: the came with 1 bad grace for a Whig to object by those who blindly;though no doubt honestly Mr. Innerarity, dwelling and a large pre
one letters advice of wisdom and e spcnence.Rough to it, whose Convention has passed no resolution cast their votes for a third party candidatein tion his furniture ; Geo. W. Barkley

From Caleb B. Smith, a leading \Vhig memler is that he wi not veto any Whig measure, that and Ready arc the appellations given upon tie subject, and whose candidatewas 1844, and thereby secured the election of a large o quantity of his stock of groceries hut

U of Co* rettfro* Indiana : be, any unconstitutional parsed ')Cotmgressunieasthe same to Gen.; Taylor by his friends. }ohms quoted at the North on one side, and at J. K. Polk. we believe he i is partly insured ; Joseph Quigles .
or passed in haste thai do for
-JL, a Jfor&trn Hl/ff, desiring toprerent the is uithout due : knocking clown or cuffing a negligent the South on the other of this question. Before suffered considerable loss, no insurance ;

txlentie f tlatrry into any Irrrilorv which wepo consideration. Them are soldier, a Ready is a necessary accomplishment the Whigs objected to this resolution and The Difference. T. Coulin's bakery burnt and a numb-of

*tttof Trhieh we m'y hereafter setuire,1grraffy] sounding wcrcs, but they mean very little.- : for. a fuglemen or at pistolling. Gen. Cass's views they ought to point to General Cass, on receiving the democratic small stores also burnt.
p"fnt.e tleetion .f Central In ( first what grocery were
Taylor to that place, can Gen. Tailor Knowof But the
lif Country
Ventral Cut*.. ThU. elriclion$ i il, made at all, lit Constitution ? In all doubtful requires a polished man anda something better from their own Con\ention nomination for the presidency, immediately It would be impossible to mention the
must be mad by C ngre... Central Can hat cases be courteous wise counsellor for President or candidate.. He spoke of his own personal resigned his scat in the Senate. names of all the suffirrers-for we believe

t pledged himttlft the South to resist any at. must receive a correct the interpretations of The Georgia I/ouse/ of Representative knowledge of tho noble: stand taken by the Gencra Taylor holds on to his place as an one living on the burnt bate

tempt to restrict the extension of alavrry. lie df those about him, and I there 'ti bo none about once chose Patrick ?an'Id lawyer for true Democrats of Now York for tho South, regular in spite of his nom. every lost less.It squares.
Aies ofbe more or
I the I army
power et Ceucre, under I him but What
: to make such resfrictioik Constitution, Whigs in Con.gress Speaker. Afler serving for a while he arose and the obloquy they received from the antislavery maLice Philadelphia With the whigs, the by extraordinary exertions that the
, any ; and.ronceq'ientl if Constitutional \a
) regard M will be Consli.tutional and addressed the House
ht tkeitld tt elected ftf i. saying that throughall men there for it. Ho motto die and .
mruld has
Rill any lill tcJiich in the of Gen. was among "fev none resign a significant fire had not crossed over to the store ocupiedhy
I Conpren might f> GeaeralTajlor hapledged htOMcIf to 1 leave Ihe de. Aain how can Gen. Taylor ever decide to look at but one side of n question and and knew of of
I ioa; of tbia His own knowledge what he as. the two candidates in their peculiar attachment Tbe fire is supposed lo be the work 1
<>' question to the l act hu been
legitlaiira department an passed in a hurry or that now he found it impossible .
of I the Government, and he will not the unadvisedly to loo at both serted ; and further, if the Baltimore to office cannot fail to bo seen ; but incendiary.Our .
I of thai the arrest action by Congress? If ner-e takes this sides at a time, asked the choose lion had is com.en.1 General small scorci-
department bjr tyrannies) eierriaeof the adopted no platform as it r Taylor! has this one argument in support establishment also got a
: trto power. The election ground, satisfactory evidence wi L afforded !another speaker and left the Chair.. which is but
of Central thai be is singularly enough now his firmly holding! on to his present sta. ing. Our friends say we are fire-proof!
t Tfctrkr.tw'M thpledget he htu aM only indiscrete unfit Gen. looks
; uiU leant to Kirm.At tDun. be PreiidenJ. very to Taylor at public affairs as a sol. Southern Slaveholders and Northern Barnburners lion : the contingency of his success would be wo don't like this running the gauntel three.

t*fry tie tztnuiMl.r tkii Ccngreufaflp.wy erif-{ lytrf.) .,. to.prevent. The (louse, with the What declaration 1 return of a bi Presidentappendant' to either soldier dier. Gov.and Cass looks at public affairs I a and had taken Gen. Cass withouthis :. but a poor re"ar for the certain surrender limes, particularly twice in eight. month. -

election *f General Ta>,Ur NflIrs** in Ihe bands as a statesman. Nicholson letter, we should at this contest 86 per annum. Should he loosen hishold .
i of the rrprrcentfttirea of the penpl lh jr thereto Iha&u- ..Iir .cae House Very respectfully, ". have the 00 Ga"e/ -
3uit and bat kgkJiootes y ur. swept entire North., It was this upon the public treasury;six thousand a .
-oOftitutinntl power ta rrrlude the .*U of aele delibera- GEORGE R. GILMER. the editor of the Bait'!
sUrerjr dem.
wif0t that bad raised the storm in New York in our year would be irretrievably lost to him. Mr. Cloud, ( )

of'( a.t.*'osh..... TCt tories which: belong to tte United Gen.lion ? Jopottlblft u.lh&t I This never be done. To Mcurs, Hudson, Dennis, Tripp, Rose. own party and caused( be driven from it bO Who, then, can blame his marked.tenacity: more Argus; )Ju'been elected sbtiff9t1lI-
Taylor th
?: veto p-er i con- Reid.; & Free Soil men. .'.never tet f" nor.c.unty.. tv7 "I.

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. THE PLOBIDIAfr Prepare for-fb-. .nJa.ef":1I.oYealler.";: ing tho delegates go for W OODJlC'Z1r. Here-, and-to uy if they are not uflkiently- -strong to tecare I.--- T : :. .

, Democrats! do not bo discouraged the Soathern interest while To oWIi
w.": by : i. roomTfor another tWraire.Mr. } every ; they particularly.
i,.. result of the recent elections. You should plunge !I. fofeboreto necoteh en the rights of any other por Ehf je.!Ieh i alat
, "LET u* ALOXI:. Mosrs tion of the Union." the
tv.ncjlit. resolve will not rote" at all in the election ;.' I"" character

far ::::: to come out the itrotiger, and work the for President and Vice President. We Mr. Wise, thinking the above resolutions the ,lloaitou Co:
'\- ,. Saturday October 14 1818. harder on the 7th of November. quarter
Oar defeat >
not sufficiently of the of the
announce the fact as being his preteni deter expressive position *f .
Ar.ivI.. : is by no means so bad as we first thought it the
mination, and as quite important to all can. South on question slavery, subsequently! *
and we all know that in place Jo. City .;
i'4jg t many our cerned, especially to Prince Jons," of the offered following among other resolutions : estate of Jen net t :

't1114.ret f fI cal candidates had lo encounter personal objections VAST DCREX family. We sufficient .. 1_. Itnohetl, That Congress has no power to deceased .r*

j ., which took from them votes of presume a abolish slavery in the Dis'fpct of Colombia. or in TheCrr : : '* payment ; and ;
:. many number of the extra-notoriety bulletins have the Territories of the United States; ithethtr such | to the
rent / hah
ADd fl their own party. We still hate reason to believe been sent to New Orleans. power in taid Diitriet or Territories be exerci- U' th* il; .

that the democrats ttd' at a ,mean,or with tot rirtr, disturbing and ISIS. ;
are in this '
pub. strongest P. S. Democrats will know how to esti. overthrowing slavery in thr Slates or not. July 10.- Fl ?HnR. 1

(bit State. Then, let the full vote! every where, inevery mate the value of Ir.JOSFs':\ opinions, whert 2. Jrti/rMf, That Congress: lias no power toaboli.htIia'sIe : :: ( nl '* cffici. ..
precinct and be trade, or prohibit the removal of l' 2m :
' the county brought out in they hear him declaring! as he does, that be ; slaves between the States, or between (Hit: State and I 17

the presidential conte t. Let no democrat be would the District of Columbia; or Territories of the Uni.ted ( for Bale;
111. vote, if he voted at all, for the Whig I \ug. 17 S
DEMOCRATIC NOM1N induced to support and vote for the abolition States. !: fo* aIer -
106eight ATI ONS.I i ii t, FiLLMosn, because he be ticket, with the Abolitionist, FILLMORE, on it, Mr. W. moved to suspend the rules and ,.p. A. HAY;
-ea FRMIPfT OF THE VJSITCD STATE : may in preference to CASS, whom we have again: called the and Mr.\ Fillmore vo. :
inclined to T A YLon. Our and yeas nays. J .
1.- GEN. LEWIS CASS our I and again shown lo be perfectly sound and -
ted the
duty should impel us to renewed and greater against suspension of the rules, and -
rdo Of MICHIGAN. reliable. the resolutions: lost.
were c
the tigorio the remaining: contest. We should ; b* well.provi,:' I

FOR vice PRESIDOT : not abandon it, or give it There is READ READ for biutdiWj
up. hope Although the first resolution, in Mr. Wise's
t1 .AEN. BUTLER, strong hope, and strong reason for hope i if; KOBY ITS FRUIT. view, were not strong enough for the South 1
OF ItENTl.CET.Faa : \nilaid Fillmorc in the Vtlh! Congrc$*-3J Session.
every democrat will do his duty. Let us be too favorable: the North ;
ion aion .1 Refresh jour Memories-N'o. 1. or to Mr. Fillmore: % l

PKCklDEXTIAL: fLCCTORS: : up and doing, and let us give the Whigs a LET EVERY: SOl'TDERXhx: :\ REJIEMBER votr
GEORGE R. FAIItBANKSOfSt.Jolzns. Roland! fur their Oi"cr-a! defeat in : ..m. Tho ran f
u\'em. Wise also. Thu
that That the ground was assumed in Congress hy evincing in every in.
build )1
II. ;
ting : JOHN CHARLES MILTOX DUPOXT Of Jackson Of Gadsdcn. tier for their victory in October. If the entire by Southern slaveholders! and others, that all stance his hatred: -deep and determined! ; upns.I.e most R
County. I
democratic vote be present at the polls, this I tho institution of ; ( used here.
Veto :1 -- attempts to abolish slavery in Ibo District of slavery. :: : easier for the

'.on i Appointment by the Governor. can and will be dune. See to it, that no Co!u.i bia and in the Territories of the Uni. On the same day, tho notorious Slada tub. arranged .t td

-it DAVID P. HOCCE, Esq., to be Attorney friend democracy, no advocate of CASS and ted States as well as all attempts to interfere milled the following!! together with a pream. f : : : l aI. I

)Wrf General in place JAMES T. ARCUEK, Esq. litTLER, remain away. on accouut of any with the removal of slaves: from one State lo ble : .

:.Itlr rhigned. suspicion that we cannot succeed. Let not another were covert plans of operation set Resolved, That 80 much of the fifth of the resolution : t
: failure on too subject ul slavery: ]paJlil'd by this by the nb.
liaf,. The Democratic Club enter our thought! on foot by Abolitionists the ulterior object of House on 'tile 11th and, I2tl ol (lie' present month 'JulY 10- highest. market J

Extra which was to effect] slavery in the SratcIr. a rehteslo the' removal nf slaves: from State to I 4 1.
Pay of Cass and 1'ajlor. -
a 1o Meets on Thursday evenings at the C pi- State,' and prohibit the action of (this( house on F. BURNEY. 1
We call attention article :\ Fillmore denied the plain inevitable Sep. 30::-.-\ I
I be' to an on ourfirst ten. every pftition memorial resolil'ion proposition,
tol. Gentlemen of all parties are invited to : !
from the lencr oft these plans operation and there- or I'spertouching' Ihe tame, le and hereby urestin* ; .
Union which : '
okthe! attend, and bring Ladies with them. The page IVaihinglon ; ded." mile North of

draws between the fore, voted against tlic opinion of slarcJuddcrs ; P. DUVAL- .\
speakers for the next meeting are Gen. JOHN: a comparison extra sums Above Fillmore voted against: r. Wise's : '

of over and above their regular: salary! embodied in tefu1lcziinresoluijoj : Oct. 1 -By : ?
P. DPVAL and JAMES T. ABCUER, Esq. money motion to suspend the rules! but here votes for .
I received Rtiolctd, That pe'itton lor the aln.l'tion! of E, F. : : Trade :
by Gen. C.ss and Gen. TAYLOB.
Let there be a full Attendance.Campmr il la\'rl in (lie District ol Culnnibia jnd the Tt'rrllo. tho suspension of the rules ii order to admit -

:roens I Our readers know how the former has been tIca ol I the United! Slates and against! the removal olUes the resolution of the notorious Sladc, rescinding The : 1 : t

erThe: cting at the Camp.ground ridiculed and stigmatized for the extra !hegot !' (rom one State tuaiicther, art a part ols plan !gentleman: | ; ,and would in ,
pay ut I operations bet on tlllt In at.c-t the institution of I a rule keeping Abolition petitions, insulting truthful thai ho

IC. near Quincy will commence on Wednesday while! in the service of his country. The .!"H'rin the several Stat", and thus inciiicctlv. to to ,the Snu'h, and dangerous to our peace ype. enf'ral ao!Lucy, a j r.

erening. October 18. Ministers and fiiends destroy! that institution \\itiin their limits."
statement from: the Union, which is based of :
up. and of
safety, out 1
.r Congress. Dear Sir "
rata from a distanbe are respectfully! invited to at. on authentic public documents, blows that the LET IVERSel'T"cn :MAN\ : REMEMBER MARK now take d.; ;.n
TilE : tree .'
; :
on, tend. of That :Millard Fillmore voted aga'.ivl the from theu,. ind I-.j ,
\ larger part the amount he received was for known by its fruit.: Last t ;) ? qualities .

figs ensen 1 The Fletcher Jnstituic.-Tfwcorner! stone actual expenses incurred by him in discharg. bllowirg i : I IUfas; by : and Double Bar. .

Rtsohed, That Congnss has no right to Jo that 51ail the DilFerciicc. h >ue: for :I Wo andi' o
of the FLETCHER I>STITCTE, under the pat. ing the missions of his government ; and it indirectly \\huh it cannot do din cny'" (if which of ". I I
t The two candidates for the Presidency, Cass fhi I.-die.;
ave ronaga of the Florida Conference of the M. effectually and signally puts to flight all the Thus supporting the converse opinion, most lopes of for their lib* '

a.o'o. E.: Church, was laid, with :Masonic\ slander I and abuse which have: been heaped dangerous to the Southern institution of slaicy and Taylor, occupy very different positions of Duf Dr. Wi bv I : o'' all to .a* r
\ before the American which should be
3r l. C' nes, at Tbomasviile, Georgia, on the ccrrmo.l upon }him on account of these allowances.! that, although Congress has no right; to in. people, e r : I : to Lrs car*. a
kept in mind, as illustrating (heir own relative lef,and
slant, by Rev. P. P. SMITH, P. M., But turn to the other bide of the picture, crfrrc with slavery: in the States directly, she aiwell and ;: -

0\. D. G. M. by special appointment. The ad. and see how stands the man whom ('.us' de. lay do so by indirect means! merits and safety, as showing the character For tile .
and conduut of the respective parties by :ievin; it : I
un. dress was delivered by \\'. M.. P. E. LOVE, oft. nouncers support warmly, as to extra pal LKT EVERY SomiEKx: MAN: REMEXUCR: ol.I-i. ad : .

"hl Thomas A of the address and allowances. The figures show that Gen That the wLich they are run. only motive I E. F ;on SAT-.
no. St. Lodge.; copy ground was assumed in Congress I Cuss opinions on all leading political ques. Your will be sold[ I

. of hat been sent us for publication, which we TAYLOB has actually recehed pay extra of LJ Southern men and others, that! the agitation lb f1,1D1 OR-
I Io lions have been freely expressed at various apparel,'
ber arc obliged; to delay for want of room. his salary, to the amount of S74.9C4 04, be. f, the subject of slavery, with the design of times during his long civil career, and arewell ari.Price one ., &c ;and a

n:1.: ::ug 813,821 C:G more than that paid to CASS disturbing: or overthrowing slavery in the ev- C3-For: : [ tool!,.
known. No will for him in .
Florida Election ;: man vote said
-Latest Xcivs. en-
of which the Whig pretend to complain so eral States, was against the true spirit and ahastre, D :
, of Pr Go rnor. for CongressCabell. ignorance of his views, for ho has answered ;;titi: in lespect;
de. C.untie. l3rown. Btilev.: VuvalGadsdell. bitterly. Why, then, do they hold him up as meaning of the Constitution an infringement
the demands: of our own free institutions, inmal.mg t '.
43P 3254J5: 326 less culpable! than CASS 1 If there is wfthe .
anything rights of the States affected, and a breach the undersigned '
known to the peope! what they are.
Leon 397 277 395 309
wrong in receiving such pay, certainlythe of the public! faith upon which they entered sob : 4
\Vakulla, 130 91 127 95 Livery: one can judge for himself as to their THE," ( Agent.
greater wrong attaches to TAYLOR, fur his into the Hut :Mr. Fillmore d
JeffrrsoD, 160 2Sg 220 233 Confederacy. soundness, and can vote with his eyes open, xvhk-li he ( t* t.
'cbhe Madi.on, 23-1 200 299 225 extra pay makes;: much the largest sum. Well hating given his opinion that Congress had a customer
intelligently, for him or not, as his judgmentand ;
lij in
Columbia, 272 293 295 290 might his friends in Congress refuse to publish right to do that indirectly which it could not GenU \ "
his principles : dictate. :: ACT.
, to I Dua1 276 2U 279 2.15: the documents relating to this matter- do directly, on this question: voted that the agitation may Do. United Stale
m. SLjohns, 130 161 130 IDS But not so with reference to Gen. Taylor. Do. 4
they hoped thus to keep the cry which had of the subject with the view of indi.
in Jackson 365 152 353 149 I lIe[ refuses to express his opinions upon any 1>0. t take and rceiy
been raised against: CASS still ringing in the in Do. ; relation to the
rcctly disturbing or
overthrowing slavery
Ice Holmes 115 50 135 35>
j political! question, and he has 'laid it .
: I says L)<) w nq c.b-
Franklin, 101 136 100 133 ears of the peoplehile TAYLOR'S receipts the States, vas not against the true spirit D. :/ ntitld
I down as a principle" not to do so during this ) ( S !
II- C.:1t'un.: 69 56 63 59 wou'd be kept concealed and he let off without and meaning of the Constitution," nor an VII. : Occupation and
canvass. What a slur is this upon popular in. Do. Peninsula o'
the 45
an Santa Rosa 190 8.3 197 82 i'1'
; remark for tha about the the Slates
sama\ thing
very infringement of rights of aject-
oon telligence As much as to say, if you vote Do. l t?. and who were
which they fiercely censured his opponent. ed" 4C.LT Do. Act amendatory
ed 2927 2335> 3034( 2347 for me, you must trust to judgment, and to ALSO who actually
be 2335> 2317 This is the morality of Whiggery. The EVERY SOUTHP.RN MAN REML.IBER::! and Bark II. ) and ot'ol-'
the opinions I may choose to adopt hereafter, 4i j .1.1i
be statement further shows that TJIYLOR though ThatliIIard: Fillmore rated for the following mei.r of : 'a ; bit con ,
cyfj1 (never having formed any heretofore) and not which will ( I i c/ the line
Majorities 67:3: 697 running for the Presidency, is till receivingextra i : Kesolrcd, That the Constitution rests : ,
times. and ten, South
to your judgment and! opinions. A pretty: way, .
Hamilton, 4 pay, in addition to his large salary as on the broad principle! of equality} among the I' I in said Act n{
EsamLia, 51 50 surely, for people to govern themselves, as they October object or
General. What would be said of "
Major not members of this Confederacy ; and in the -
Alachua, rep. 40 30 have a right to do under our government 5'

t S.a: Washington, 47 37 CASS if he were doing this instead ol TAY- same breath, almost, VOTED: AGAINST thefollu'ing There is a wide difference between tbe two, oa Thursday'

: Nanau, rep. 18 19 LOlL The Whigs would: never cease damn. clause! of the same resolution! (it being 20 I 23d Octo
and no one can deny that Cass occupies much r
Marion, 7 7 ing him for it. Yet, in their own candidate, divided.) and that Congress in the exercise just : i
,1.fi. Monroe I 70 76 the more rezns, Heat position frt the respect .2d No-'
to think it all riit.! of its : hat
seem ; acknowledged; powers no right
ti.I shown to the intelligence of the people, and October I S
143 to discriminate bet een the institutions of one I I on Thursday
749 159 700 The JVcuiral's Bulletins. to their capacity for self-government. !

: 1.39 143 When a man gets in the mire he is sure; jwrlion of the Stairs and another, irilh the view There is another important difference be. T 7Ih November:
n >
: J to struggleery hard to get out, and it has abolishing the one and]promoting tlic other. tween them- in which ( et:. Cass still standsout IX FALL : : Thursday, 14ft'

i:1.J8 : 589 623 grown into a proverb that the harder he Showing, by this glaring act, that although he in far the more favorable: attitude. continue to .
We bare not the full returns of the mem- sort wont ot hat January t
could but the truth the first
11Id J Len elected struggles tho deeper he sinks." So it has acknowledge ( /f Gen. Taj lor is wholly experienceor Fancy 1, .
to ihe Le is1ature. The Senate
been with the lone hermit of Si. Josephs, declaration, Jet he was willing that Congress i ishould" trial in the management of the affairs of which "il Monday 15th
. will probably stand 12 Whig* to 7 Democrats. .
RAPHAEL J. MOSES. lie is filling: all the discriminate between the institutions: government. He has never filled any civil corner : Monday,
The House Democrats 3Ob'I
24 16
Whig to giv.
of one portion of the States arid another, vith I .
Whig newspapers in the State with some stuffto station, nor 'ten exercised citizen's privilege October
log the Whi;s a majority of 13 on joint bal 1 ,I4th F b-
, show the members of the :Madison\ Com'cntion. the view of abolishing the one and promoting of voting ; and he tells us, furthermore, i I .
let. We be able the full .
hope to to give returns "
and Florida Democrats the other! in defiance of the spirit ar.d meaning 10 days.
i generally, that he : that he has not investigated or studied politi. |i lIrch. '
in our next. Seven Counties remain to '
and they have been treated horribly by the : of the Constitution cal questions, and is, therefore, ignorant in ALL, I i I *an reprtt't
b. heard from which
probably not materially : tfo "
late ol f the
Central Committee ; and new issue LET EVERY SOUTHERN: MAN: REMEMBER regard to them. and be
!] vary the rote for Governor an:J Con. I quire! t , makes it necessary that another should follow, That Millard Fillmore voted against the Gen. Cass, on the contrary has an experience dersigned claimant.

" greu. and still he does not drag himself nut of his following, (a division of the resolution hating; I of forty years in civil affairs, having occupied lice of said, othn : ARCHER.
f '
(5Cormll--Dbn.tcrlf Sen. difficulties. It will be some consolation to been ordered,) viz : during that time, many posts of the to make ) Treasury. .
For a month past we have had more or M Resolved, therefore. That all the
know that attempts on and St.:
that gentleman to notwithstandingthe distinction and in which : Newl.
; J leu of high wind from the north east-but part: of Congress to ab lish slaicry m the J District of responsibility, Oct fr 7. ', not c. .
number and length of his lucubrations! alt Columbia or the Territories, or to prohibit the removal he discharged his duties ably and faithfully ,
, our regular gale came on here on Thursday ol slave horn State lo Slate, or lo discriminate Boys
the members of the Madison Convention and and to the satisfaction: of such men as Jefferson ,
) last It wa not, however, very severe, although I. between the institutions one portion ol' the Contedrracy RE r.\l I ( .) ,,..
all the Democrats of the State, so far as we t and another, with, the \iens aforesaid are Madison, Monroe and Jackson, the latterof October i ,-*
) it has somewhat injured the ce'.ton! by in violation the Constitution ont
, of : oWtructive of the Ahby, CapArmstrong
know, but himself are warmly supporting Mr. whom took esprchtl pleasure in thanking :
it the ground. Most of this fundamental principle on which the Union of these any time,but
scattering over in
, CASS. And this, too, not, as his complimen States rests: and beyond the jurisdiction of ConSrett. and commending him for his valuable services Au len. I month.
trill be saved but !little] rain fell to injure it. ." I '
as Ash
ary notice supposes, because they have been to his country ; and in all this period his mind Cla"I. (in a"ace.}-
r We hare accounts of a severe storm at sea To this Fillmore said NO And a motion Avery, lon S
duped into it by any man or set of men, but Las been devoted to such studies: as preparea Alms, ; o arranged that
on the 27th ult., and fear the loss of several being made to that effect, Mr. Fillmore Toted Horton- J, an English
because, after an examination of his views statesman for the highest civil station
vessels bound to the port of St. Marks. The to lay the last clause of the resolution on the Burnett, afiy extent re-
and rotes, they are satisfied! he can be trusted Is (here nothing in this point of difference Drown
schr. Leroy arrived on Wednesday, reportsthe table. Failing in this, however, his deter Bullock. '
by the South. We had as well say further, between these candidates 1 Yea there is public insP-
! probable loss of the brig Lucy, between mined, restless hostility lo (be Southern institution Berry 1 with an
for the comfort of Mr. Mores, that it is not much. Our {government is not of so little BovcT. i or North.
\ Abaco and the Tortugus in this gale. We of slavery led him in tho next breath B-tiUy.Gen I Sutb
him that Democrats and that U be admin
I out of any disrespect( tu dignity impoitance, can Barber, Will 1. ALAN.
hope it not be so. There were several to vole against (the last clause also! Lich reads .
may choose to sustain CA S, but because they have isle red by a man without knowledge and ex. Groom

passengers on the Lucy, and a large amount thus : Carter, JohnCompton :
a way ofihirrknvgfortbemeelves, even in ca. [perience. It requires skilful hands, the fullest ,
for merchants in this The brig AND: THAT r.VERrF.TTIO! MEMO
crgoods city. has amount of and the wis : d T .
ses where &% the veritable RAFUICL, RIAL. KESOLUTION. IROPUSIT1ON, OR PA knowledge, highest Cnr"et. I

Am Eliza arrived on the 6th, having left expressed1 an opinion.As PER.TOUCHING OKKELATKvfi: IN ANY WAY. dome Hy his own showing, none of these Choice, R.'V. Demilly'citizen. and
Cupp. John lo the
after the Lucy, gives no tidings of her. he is in the mlod.Te will be generous, AS AFORESAID, OJ TIn ABOLITION can bo claimed for Taylor. Shall we, then, Cole A II i Ladies attended

On Sunday the 24th ult. a severe storrn and give him another chance for display. It THEREOF" SHALL ON THE PRESENTATION risk. an untried, uninformed" man, hon moreover Crti Cain i-3s. 10

visited Tampa Hay and the country south, seems tBat M'r. CASS didn't arrswer his ques. THEREOF.ThEREON WITHOUT KE LAID ON ANY THE FURTHER TABLE:ACTION\\ ITU- he dues not enlighten us by a word as to Condov ,

doing great damage.: It is reported that near- ions amthat he'JVsirrd'to be definitely satis OUT BEING:: DEBATED, rnL\TEV. OR REFERRED : the civil policy he would pursue ? Cue, Maj :
; Dei i. James ,
JjT all the buildings at Tampa are destroyed, tied that a man Lad opinions agreeing with Thn WMgs would never have run such a DC Witt I li servi-
Millard\ : Fillmore objected to this summary,
and every thing swept away. The plantations tho Madison resolutions, which were consid. man, if they had felt any assurance of success Dothard. : Surgery, to
but none the less proper mode of disposing DrisgeM Ii,. B. rt|gi
and sugar works At Manatee are also ered )by him in the light of imperative ;instructions of And with cue who openly avowed their principles.As Dlb'lh. and remain one b

ported to have been destroyed and several before he could get his vote. Now, in insulting incendiary petitions. yet the people have so often repudiated those De Wolfe"i;
Edward Y
lives lost. The storm was very severe, and curious to souro Southern slavekoIJi'ng Whigs are to principles they are (,) iug no* to get into F Uards.
of the we are
our ignorance matter wedded to and schemes, that they by keeping thenout of view and '
done much Cedar Keys and Char.lotte's rut party power put. lwrd,. ..
damage at learn what evidence Mr. Moses had as to the will, Without even a bltnl., east their ,'otcs for ting in their place an attractive show of military Elliott, k.'Y Miccosnokia*

Harbor. The brig Warcaller, in tfceTtcinity of WOODBCBY, DALLAS, or BUCIIAN glitter. Euro'. Whi ,last, a small
opinions n man who has, in I he above single instanceof her shoulders'
.. of the storm, and within sixty or t"igLIII which satisfied him that they conformed Congressional action one measure How differently; Democrats act ? Their "re FIOt'John o throw.'

miles of St. Marks, was dismasted obliged! lo the standard (If the ,!Madison resolutions 1 upon men are kmnvn anil 1 tried and their principles ForrMlr. | her'. Any per_
cast his vole SEVEN TIMES AGAINST forth 1 for examination. Forber, 'where *hr
to put back to Key West, where she has since addressed. \Vhal answer are boldly'put Surelythis \t !
Filler < .
Probably they were the and 81 their firesides Had ,
peace safety conduct is more open and manly than (that "
Arrived. This is the second"arm on the whom .Gtb* n. Wm : DENNIS.' '
the former
did they give, particularly: this been told thertrone year ago, they would of their opponents; and places their party, as Gordin, Mrs Micco ookie. .

Passage in which this vessel Las been greatly Mr. MOSE condescended to rote Carl Was have vporned the assertion as an insult But, 'contiattedwitH the'Whig; party, in the same: Graham

iejortd most of her cargo baa been*sold at said written by WOODBURY to favorable position as that held by Cass antl! Gibson, J ,
: any thing or alas !fit is but too true. For the credit of(he Democrats have LittLer[ ( Guy ton, AND FEMALE'
Key West.A Taylor. a' opinionof .
than CABS' Monday.2d f
show that he was safer Nothing there honorable Holderness, .D
South we hope are some ex. our government than to- suppose it can be HolderneM. !- Mr*. ELIZA
vessehfrom Pensacola} put into St. Marks The what an
have heard. broughthim
so far a* \u ccptioos managed by a President without knowledge Houck Competent ..*

a' Wednesday report taring parted compa. within the line of Mr. MOSES supposed ; Of th'e above resolutions, Mr. Bynum, of or experience. Those who support Taylor Hurst.' t .t. become. *

T.eli few bOW'S'pre"iodIJ with the barque H. instruction ? nil i il the more important to North Carolina, said :' must think otherwise ;' but wfe trust they will vill. : I q a< po-

Bartlett bond for this port. The Bart. 1 ihe Madison CoaTeD find the people at the ballot! box decislr+,lyft pi' ).llnoatt.
be known, Inasmuch as "1 Southern to examine these rwolotioot :
&* a. | rj every man
j bftviaf arrived yesterday, the probas UdetDD18tIUC notion; -r.bd'.
one, 8
Instruct. lead them oVertad ortr .ptn'oosbj
voted do & resolution ; .
87 it sWwu Mown SKA. inthe (ale. XloB'. nre 1j ., : "
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Circuit Court.
t 'ReraoTTHB pHEfoll.wln.whi'I w. ntnd fro tb Cam1 To C nntrMerchaztte., Notice. : PfrI't t 1'-.

rt.. !:( '4 nbfcriben hive removed to the .tor* for d.District Joarnal.S.C.Farmingtonerabaw(* leaD. ab Be. E L.Fur ofKersbaw THETo Manufactory has now. and it constantly rTH-E 1 I the co.ithip subscriber.wss Heretofore dissolved nitlli> between content Jill IN CHANCERY.settlement Estate. By the JEtna' Insurance Coantor

J. R.Fertsne and tw. to its ock, cotplctt otsertment f CrtdUtrf far of
.. Mr. ,
occupied 8.C-, on the 251 h \ Mr. Isaac N. Drake u duly and other for thetasclve OF HARTFORD -
James E. Bruotne and I
"d } Tin / has added new machinery
't-l ; door fcbor Mt 'n. ? il' MtinliM. denpt. J 1u\laa.
\-Iff 4 anthorired buiin-- other creditor of A. M. Gatlia Company till
. BIRCHETT LINDENBERCER.Septernberl6.lS48. by w8k i done better than ever 4.lERWo3D.{ Complainants, : eontiow* her A.L.
A t 3t I have used in ml family Dr. lul'. Fever and before in this place. 1. \ ... baMH. The promptaej ?*.T U

.& .} Ague Fi.. an also Dr. (' .tabl* fills. There is a Pedler travelling all the ;**r fro Na. I. N. DRAKE. Turbutt Betton Stsrah A. Belton.Ms WIfeEv.ec- the Company for lb. last thirty."*u41b, I. or

-' .i State of florida.PROCLAMATiON for the yea, and have no hesitation in ro rianna lo the Suwaooce River to supply the Mer. SAMUEL QUAIL. utiix of A. M. Gatlin, and other, Defendants.WHER guarantee of her soundness. She hat itoLnv '"*

flouncing Ihem to be qoctt excellent limily oPiernt chant*. who can always rely cm our wagon going Tallahassee, August S, 1843. BAM. By an order made bj hU Honor wf all the great fires i in New York and olhff.t

; t 'r _:id an aQ art of justice to the worthy proprietors through the section above named, and delivering the ). DOUGLAS, Judge, on the hi December the United Stain, and M arrange her wJIJf1* *

of Ihes invaluable Pill-, I will state, for the infer Tin. Any orders mt by mail will be promptly attended Florida Exchange. 18 Vi, in the above entitled cause the und r-. no one fire can cripple or injure her, !: that

main and *ali"f.ction of all concernr. that lY to, and delivered at once to the Merchants.- THE;: ubtriber will continue lh. business ef the signed was appointed among other things, to take i ber Agents to take over a certain annum 1I0 **

wife prior t onr marriage blen, m ire or !lessthe We state that our prices are always the same, without frm at the old stand where he will at all times an account of whit i is due to Complainants for their any one Hock and avoiding all town be o f L

subject Chi and fevers I )about eighteen the least variation. be happy In see the old friends of the house and I ths claim, and to nil other creditor of aid A. M. Cat.hin of wood. ill ealal"

months havinj vancu
cess. all sea, very much rfdjced in flesh. .. few. every thing kept in our line : tleae call arid'settle their accounts M an early day. That I he aid Master do cause an aUertisetncnt declaration in the policy. We are anetabr'lo t 'th*

d.vs after our muriJ:1 she commenced with Sprn.ur' Furnaces, such as every family j eed,. C/kl2 ISAAC N. DRAKE. to be published in the Floridian' a n.-w"pa. past patronage, and beg our rri.nd.lo thankful call for ti.

/Pl:.., s'ld il a or two afterwards with If'ilfsPills Stoves Ihe mo.! approved kir.d in use; Air Tiahl August r, I34S. 3 Sentinel coiu. per published weekly in TalUhaee, and in such I they wish insurance, and we will take riltr.h

; she nsed about half a box of each ; the rf- Stove for Chambers, Parlors, or OTires ; Coffee other puolic newspapers as he shall think proper tot favorable% term as any Compan of : a.

suit wa!, a R,APICAL CURE. She regained her, healthand Roasters, Double Ri d Iron Pumps; Ice Cream Free7er Committed to Jail. the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gallin to come J. R. FORT1TNE.uallta t'ItJlC..
and) has had of A
BY THE GOVERNOR.BE flrrnztli very ; .tlrrn
uiity. fO &c., &c. in before him and protelbcirdtbts.I on or before the I At the
Chills and I believe these n-nlicii, NEGRO man named DICK ared; about fIll1l(
ti." .. IT KNOWN to a1 the pec.14e'tlhi.Stae to be liarmle-lirf ; and) when us*d a* specifically JI1'f 3. 1549.- 4GHavana A \ears,5 feet 6 incheshiihstoutandwell first diy of May next ; and I that such ol the creditors; Tallahassee. August 19. IS4S. t err.Groceriel. .
r..e'i that in the Acts of the General art.fl t who shall not come in and provethf'irdf'brs the time
pursuance Cf
directed with refill's.E. MARGARF.Thiwife.aged about -
.jl Assembly Clh J.oUUl.I'I. and -4lh December are al'cded satisfactory. Syrups b'il; andCHARLEStheirsonasid aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of this decree -
arprye, Chapters 7 ) elcli ion L .'Inl Preserves at eoit to close the Sales. 2Jyear ; and that such penonl.IIl1 parties to the blI., O S. KNIGHT continue to
IS-' wi about 5 were icked at sea, in a canoe, a I receive br
several within Ihe State, ? DOZEN Orange Raspberryand Orange MowerSvrups years up who shall come in before the said Master to e''J v,,
be held at the precincts The following .limony from an influential Plan. : few milM from St. Marks light, on the 12th ult. by prove I'l I from New Orleans.r.\RGF SUPPLIES
r-: of( Novemlwr lo choose __ Iheir debts, do. before they are admittet.direeters
Tne the nxl.
day, 7ih diy FLOUR. BACON; AND
trr in Wj. hn !on County, we take Irom the Macon doz. the St. Marks Pilot, Said negroes say they belong GROCERIES! lie
of the Ihvim Preserves, in Jar, the their make
/ ElccturotPeidentand Vice President contribute to complainant
three to Mr. Lloyd of Marion County. East Flor- proportion of r it the lateresl t of every buyer to call
Ii.i United SI"le. Telegraph : 4 Haidsome! : Gra-i Hammncks. Apply to a IH. the expended of this !tut, to be settled bj the said L f fore they part with their and see him :
ida and
Ga. I 1S47. were Keys, they
Given under my hand and the great seal of the Waihi'igton County January : J. R. }'ORTVI'int.; lst Cta Master." And it wasalsoorderedthat" account I 3 4.
Dr. Cat'.ii Hull Dear cir It has lucn a'iou had for their loXew ,,,
.4 -S'jte. at the Capitol in : *I ; .: ; JIJf 1, l I" 'H. 4it .At Ihc r J11 f1ctnry cone purpose ( making way be taken of all 1 securities or collaterals held! by the
[. ] Tal.huet.lhi..E.U three yearsMncc I uci n your Ii err and Orleans, and arc now i: Ihe custody of the U. Boot -:
jll( day of Augult! 1&4 and ., hntation. I S as runaways. lug.rfhlEundersinedhavflgpurCh.
.7gM 'nti.Frrtr my ; Ice Ice Ice 1hr.hal. "
: D. same. and of the value of each And it also
W1I. MOEt.FY. have hid: a lirs number of cases of CImt and Fever 1 owner i is requested to come forward prove ;
hlRsuhscrihere will deliver ICEat: the Ice House gp ,
By the Governor : or of la. ordered that all parties be examined .n interrogatories t t.
Go"r T may up
A.E.MAXWELL. ( and ,me few of BilliotH Fever and in no in.t.nc from :to 7 o'cl.'ck every morning, at 4 cent retail'at : property, pay expenses and take them awav. and produce all books and matertalsof LI:4
of Lever hive I effect lo G. W. HUTCHINS. papers in .RI:1UJLD. who" about I f
r either to "B
4 p Secretary of State. ( form failtt I hp Ice oup. or :certs per lb. up town. Apply their custody or power relating theretoupon oath *U. heaving the &ar..If'"ru1J ,,,
when directions I were t U. S. D M. for Middle District of( Fa. intorms his
a cure 1 rriplldt
hvH'rf Persons in Ihe villije-s! will
: August 19, 5 f"l\,1 living snrro-inding hl before the said Master, as the said Master shall direct. and the
-1 I"- public that he
taken at the rmner.cemrnt ea"e. "I have furnished Ire"at the Ice c for 3J cents per Tallahassee, September 2, I 13 IS. 7 ." is at present at the old ftand whtr

& and Marine Insurance had greater success in u-ing your Pils. linn with pound by the h'ldrcdeiI lou, Now therefore all he is prepared to execute all work in his line with
; person claiming to be creditor and
Fie Ml.er mrdicme I have Six Hundred Dollars. promptness despatch. He has
ever u (
any in my > ; J. J D UTINTalhha on hand rhe
of iid A. M. Gatlin an-t-
& are hereby in pursuance fI'nid 'I of calf skin, and all
BY IHE there duubt t that when used according to direc soils of
is r.o
M cG )ISIS.' 44 matemls
sf* to purchase Six Hun order notified to produce their: claim and the and
WANTED make at s'mrt and
notice, in
lien, will effect a awl 'adital cure. the best
tpctdy manner rrv
Protection Insurance <
vouchers in (th"reofantl all
collateral and I
Your, with L1a ALACIUA HOUSE. jpi'i SHOES of
rf pCt. Ans'iM I 10. I ISIS. 5 S. S. KNIGHT. !securities rt'fjr. before me. at office in Tallahassee every dPlr'
my tion. Boot footed soled.and
New EMANUEL BROVN.fjCh .. otherwise
01 Jersey i1D!! JVctenanseitle, Fluriita.rMIE within the time limited in repaired
JJ' said order, and le and i Iii
above valuable! ( good sty at reasonable
: AT SOMERVJLLn The rmdirines, re.h and genuine cbar ps. He ..
I subscriber purchased the A>ir.NDMF. T5 TO otherwise corn"!? with 'the provisions of t the same, his will .
are f. r alc by LEWIS i. AME:<, hating : TiE a rant work to be e-jual to any done in the
'. CAPITAL $200,000-Chartered February, IS43. July 1. ISIS. f.D i I I premises formerly owned and Constitution of the State of Florida. that they may be admitted 'forties to the raid suit. and to give as good satisfaction a*, to place]
T.laha"te.11a filtinr ,
: ... --- \v.. Pearson, Ej, at Niwmnstille, E. F, is now Dated"this third div of rh'C''mbf'f.l\. 1S-17. other workman. a any

This Company insure!on Muclan.1iu.I'urilurt. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable PillsAND ready to accommodate IJoaidirs and Travellers, and SIMON TOWLE Special Master. JOhN
Machinery I Proposed and agreed lo bi/ the third General December 4. I lv|7. 20 tf LF.RCH.
Buildings Foclore property generally hoj;>eby Isis exertions lo make his eup'ls as comfortable I May 3. 1917. .n tf

,.',.t. t in city and Tonic mid Restorative IJiltrrs. as possible.( lie ha good tabling, and a Assembly ; subject to th action o the nfxl In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of.. -

4. ; For the of the and ; of first rate ostler always in attendance.GEORGi General Assembly. Florida in and for the
: DIRECTORXVilliam -?. PuriuIIQI R1Qc. RCIIo" : M. GALPIN. County of Leon. Notice.
all ."! ftcrrtions the
i ; Eduaid ra\M. N Yurk. i .' ( of Newnansxille May l l.1. 1545. 43 TO SPRING TERM A. D. months a.'ler dlt
: 1619. the
.. Peter L. 1lnmpon. Mil I hew Ruds.h1e. (i/anll. Mm and Liver. M,rlid llitmois, and ----- -- .AN ACT- to amend the I2lh Cluuic of Ihe 5th Ar- SIX nmbrsi ned r-JIl prf.
-4 James ktr. J. S I I'tliated Slate of the) Syttini &,'e.rPIICSC Groceries; &c. lice of Ihe Constitution of this Stale so that the Leopold Greenhere%Charles Green their account and voucher to the Honora
Taylor ble
: Mcintyre Urwiklyn. Tills and Bitters. have been steadily ipin- ". of the Ci-cuit Court, shall h ld their olE- berg.IIt."nryGreenber 1 Ip A'sump..it JIIJ.e of Probate of Beaton County, and apply
David Sanderson, G. F. Power Ju. "
.1' e LRS- R *< o.v for
If. HAMS. SIDES and letters of dutniMon
_L in n>.>ularity' all claseii-are not now 000 Kline merchants and copartner damages as Administrator aid .
: .. William J. Bowne ing | amony : I snon.iiis: : Ce for a term of eight years instead: of durng! Adranniratrix
WM. THOMPSON, President. amoii those "I| doubtful efficacy: or experimental good I behavior. in trade, usini! the name style and] $1000.Attachment. : of the estate of William Boyd, tat. or

'ft ./. 0 J. II. VOORHECS, Secretory. character but can be relud upon as (1mpo"itil'vlul..d IIHKI' Ibs Ihs Carolina best Leaf Race Lard, Src rio:I 1 Rt it en acted by f/se Senate and IT"uic firm of L. & II. Greenberg &Co., aid County.. deceased.

upon c'irect therapeutic |>nnci i |.le*, and :IO of n'prcsentalteti nf the State of Florida in General r.t. for $406 25. A. & A. CLARK

.v authorized to state the i conidt-tl! HI as .Ji'c! pin"ant, and elficient Medicinehcritcr :') bbN St. I.oli. Flour .'l.sntslicOflveflrl. That the 12th Clause of William S. Carpenter. Administrator and Admini .
. .. TiE Agents* of this Company J'!" .! tbev nw. CIM-ne: I \\ a Tonic rr .1C;( is ueeed.! and there ?*M') ZA\Ions sicks\ Ro choice: Come Liquors, and Wines the 5lh Article of the Con.rill1iol of this State be THE defendant and ail other persons interested AU II..tt. Benton ('0.. .'1., July t I. 1545. m

;.he Court of the diferent, States of the '' : Purjr:l li\c r 'iinple Call artic alone is nude I. the .eit.J''lbbl double rectified! !i amended as to rad as (.Iow., viz: That at the lake notice of tie! institution of his suit .
Irlon. Pills alone j-tand: unrivalled.! Whi"kt expiration of the office of the by attachment; and that they are required to appe.rand Notice.
'bare i o
.. ( herethey agents.) ca- of f that their in trurid: (Ui conform. to Ihe They' will poa&Ilvely cure and hare in thousands 10 Wine ol, the Circuit Court, with Ihe exception hemtiafUr plead to the declaration filed in thi cauic according AN APPLICATION will be made at the lint
; Aspnl art 1O Mtdeira Wine
of cas.. Jaunduc. Liver Complaint, Justices of the to law. session r.f Ihe General Assembly of Florida for
of Iptrsia. Supreme Court
..' usages ( responsible Companies in the settlement 4 SherryS I mCnliunftlhe
: Erupliuns (. General JAMES T. ARCIIFR a charter 'cf incorporation of the
c' of losses. Sllolompllxion, Claret 3n.llhc es I Circuit Courts,!131' be elected Stockholder of
.; '. Dtbi lily.I Loss of App j>iration. I I a term of eight and Attorney for Plaintiffs. The Southwestern Rail Road of Florida."
:: The hare been : Suplr.c"e.1 for years olKccs
appointed "
lub-ribff by Candles !
Starch Ch..p Pickles hal
the Agents .Vc. &.c. As an excellent of mercury Soap ,( 01 ves,, that form unless under the July 29, 191<. 2 tin JulSl34S.I 51 3m
.1. above ( fur sooner
t Talaha
; Cornpanv or <: <><* and its vicinity. Olive Oil, Mustard proiiiions -
J'torn' the 81" /?' these l'ills and Bitters I are unequal led. Catsup PepperGround Pepper made in t this Constitution fur lh > rimoval f
: August 12. IS 13. 4 Cm The indication' requiring oncer's Fills aiid Bitten Green slore of and Black T a"&c., &, at S. the S. KNIGHT.new' grocery Ju
"I'; anJ when they should he lake'iitln.ul Jeay asftrrrrnlirt 20. I*. I neglect ot duty, or other reasonable cause, which ffVERY CHOICE MOLASSES BARRELS for
MEDICAL NOTICE. a vf titt. faruiaiian cf atult- a'whcn --- -- .- --- .1 ---- -- smll not be sutiicient zrntind f'at impeachment 'the &\) sue at the Store of S. S. KNIGHT.
the tongve is furred ; when I the wine ishi Pure Governor -halI remove any of them on the address June 17. ISIQ. 43PROSPECTUS
WILSON and VAN Sulphate of i
P. WYCK late Quinine.
DR5. ProftCsf.r hlv colored! ; when thric is lain in the stomach nf h'o.tti.I'4l1f Ihe General
Asj(mblv Procidtd.IOIrrrtr. .
, ."I ( Siifsjery in the Fraiklm Medical Coiiesre! cf and bouelshen, there arc nervous irritations ; r'IIE subscribers: ha"1 on hind two hundred and Tint thcau.
e nr causes shall he stated at
t.: ; Philadelphia,) have firmed a co-nartnmlup lor I the when (here are pains in the back aid head ; ulunIhe A t hlty ounce'sof ='iltaie| | of Quinine, which they I lenjth in such address aid! enfr -
::.' : practice of ;1FmCIF ant SURGERY arid for the kin is Iot. dry, yillow when the hive obtained t the iniiiutarturers and rjjllin avails him-tlf cf this
'. ( ; appetite lrr' Irom ': each I HOII-.P. .'Iml pTfJD lrd.fllrt 'r. That the C'a'l-e undersigned mode of Tile Southern Literary Gaztttr,
' : 1 STUDENTS.Patieats : "
; :IDC"I. is ; \hei there ate rcld chills when the they will warrant ill i rut article. I H. the that I the
informing public
..L from wcllaccommoi'- poor :; (hp sup I' or causes shall be notifnd to ll.c Jutisce! so intoneidto new Steamer A WEEKLY JOURNAL, COMMEnCED IV ATHEY',04.o .
d a dreams; are b.id.i aid( 0:reasonaMe terms either at the 101,1.o taken (In the ocrurunce of any or of these M by r> cent ariival 31.1 are ; to I in hi defence before the Suwannce River between Columbus and Cedar EDITED
al prfIf..1 cx"Cull < own any vote for surli removal I WILLIAM C. RICHARDS.
;.,,4p. Private BoirJing Hoascsofihe city. ..ind ( receive indications of 'r.>aclnn Jiseasc; and 'orders for articles line, at Kl' Tim boJt i is
from the Subscribers ouch M-vlical and dpi, pain in our \ alt e'r retail, shall pa-1 : and irs Mich c.tses the vote shall be taken }' strongly built of the best ma f111 II ERE is not. South of Ihe Potomac a single
r61.; ; Sjrgical attention sickness may be prttentid on the most accommodating lenrx.We teriaisar.d propelled() by two engines, ar.d
ol' SL
-. : : I hv yeas and n."\'" an'l I entered on the Journals of each I capihle Journal whose sole object is lo develope and
i;''.. A a Iler cases.' ot may| -.r'1"r.]( STt'DEVT4 will I The above Mtdicnt., fresh and pnlint. are for hive al.1 a lo.v arcouiatct, due to us for the Hoits; rp.peclily. carrying one l.'iidrid tons burthen, cr .!(:) balecf f. *ter literary taste aid talent in Ihe South; and this
f'J'I' sale: LEWIS: AMES.Jnlv year .17. They' ar* 2n" nllv: in cotton with suitable accommodation for
l who will twr. with Hook'? by & .m1 am'Hll".1 NIC. .'. He tlfurt'icrenarteil.That the Judges first forty 1'3"- fact is certainly a sufficient reason for an earnest attempt .
>e .
- re.eive.1. and other 'I1Ilit he PI.le" I I,1 1 ISt. 5'I T"l.hun', I'la. hit if the whole could be paid !h<> would go appointed uidcr this. amended! Cons!itution, shall be eneiT3, of light draft requiring but seventeen inches to establish such a journal. The failure of

.:: etaciinM:: in me Prtpatinn-\i regularlY -- ---- ---- I far towards ti,]iuditingceitain nms winch we (,' divided l hI"r into four clas.,!. The first class shall: I water thereby enabling her to perform her trips I previous eforts! cannot be regarded by the intelligentmind !

;.. :: carding to the male progress in Ihe thel larce!tltiu. ao.' Drugs, Medicines, &c. LEWIS: &AMES. hold his or their offce or offices for Ihe tezm of Iwo regularly all seasons of the year between Columbus as ai argument agairst: such an attempt. Thes
I _
be tal PUhuf to compound and dispense( April 29 1. ISIS. -41 years the second for the tern of fourear*, the third I and Cedar KeysIeavingC.i'irntauscvery' TUESDAY failures may have been, and probably were. the refill -

'. clit5-wi, and will be instructed in the minor EDWARD BARNARD JR., f.ir the term of six years, the fourth for the term ot morniniLt 7o'clock. A. M. ard Cedar Keys of circumstances no longer existing. The need
!Ie'licne FRIDAY
: every duties of the Surg-ion-Bleeding. Cupping .: received, I'yille late arrival, a Cigars Cigars eight ye-us. every morning. Should surTcient j:alron- of stiff an organ in our midst is so acknowledged .

ft.--: Randiging.' &.c. 5>,c. addition '(his stock of GEN 15 000 SP.ISI RECMLIAS( just received [Passed the Senile by the Constitutional majority aejel-e extended, or the interest of shippers require that lot to attempt to supply the deficiency .

a ;.;. ,. Perhaps no Private O.lice in any American cit>. DRUGS; AND MEDICINES: all of by December 22, 1S-17 Passed the House of Representatives I her to perform two trips per werk. the proprietors wouM, : indicate a disregard of the signs of

t .. will afford a greitT variety of new and I[ are of coodqtulityUiff0r C'ath. L. &ll. GREENBERG &CO. by the Constitutional majority January C.ISIS. will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make tl.e necessary th. times scarcely more surnrisin than iDncl111ble.

. '.' remedies, or present zajre. practical (.cihlif arprlnt lor fIJAS I general assortment: ol the follow- May 20. 191*. -44cmvAitn J .] chanee.or add another new boat to the line,- of like The progress o! the age:and the rapid advance
April II capacity to the one now emploid. A* soon* practicable the South Commerce
students. genuine, viz ; J ISIS' 19 r m in Manufactures and Internal
.. .... In connexion with this department, it bp Rowan Improved Tonic Mix :.11. WCST, --- -- ---- this boat will extend her trip np the Suwannec Improvements( imperatively demand a crrespondirg .

to st.te that as noon as pojibe! an mar Ii.'irtnan proper ,,, I .:n > Wild. Cherry, linndrethV: Notary Public, U. S. MAIL LINE Vit.'ibcoochie riser to the Upper Springs and also up the i advance! in literature. To aid in this great object .

.. for the reception of both Medical and Surgical I'jtients !. : lVt'.raed! C.lharlic. Camphor, river. he bat established a Weekly Journal at the seat
I.. will be opened, when students mtl have thc., I Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, BonjiJand's, T.1111SSJf. FLORIDA. 4i The n der"irnf'dVln1t further state that he and I of the University of Georgia and rallied around it

.ppartucity practical'1'y ttudying diseases. Celebrated IVverand Aitm. R.-me.ly Luce ma Cordial, Ami l: : (others proprietors cf this boat have availed themselves the bet writers of the South. -

: "'alhauce. July 211h. l"4". Thompson' Eye Wle. Ic bnni. Elixir: of Opium, Spring and Summer Goods. of (lie provisions of an act entitled An art to The Editor is assured of the support of his able

:. .'.. J. T. J. -WIL OV.M. D. Sands, : ; '" Fever and Ag'ic Pills, improve the navigation and to navigate the Suwaa coadjutors in the Orion Magazine, and also of much
," S C.C.VNXVYCK.M. D. Tvler'i ditto, Gordon' Billmus and Uyspep - nee river, and for other purposes therein mentioned,,p ol her assistance (ram the most prominent writers of

. ." .-' Julv. 21 1 Cm Pili. Reckwith's Anti.Ivspeutic j ril.Anl, Peters and RF/ITOX "t IIS. enacted at the last session of the Legislature i tf the the South. The GAZETTE is made up of matter both
From Tallahassee
to Macon.Tliroui'i
: .." Pills and State of Florida ; that they have recently' organized i t and selected and
Sprnrer i* Agent tor -end's ARE now receiving a ard general assort- original ; comprises. Tales Essays,
0' ;. Notice. bottles of of SPRING AND in forty-two hours from Tallaheuice. lo their company pursuant to the provisions of said act,, Sketches cf Travels
. .., Ctld.rat.-=3aparila. HI quart at ?! per SPMMER I GOODS, Poetry. Criticisms and a Gen
... bottle < I which the .Maro", and to Chm'lesion in three days, under the name and style of the Florida State Inter t'r31ri.. of information in
AJG. HUiierior Il.run vrup, priarnl[ from In[ they in'ilc attention of the public. ellany all departments of
!: p T: : and sucnbtf tae on hand for sale. a large pure or Lemon : ,. far preferable. r I the Mach 23. ISiS. 31t m time lo lake the Jail Boats enorth Improvement and Steam Navigation Company Literature Art and Science. Particular attention ii
new SEINE, (having only been ti-id for .\ the fourth day. The Company will soon complete I! ,
-. ick or ordimry use than thai usually sold, London inrarran errenlj,, given to Scientific and Practical Mechanic
:k j three. wek.) measuring; into; r>0)yards in ItI\lh., Porter &c., Just Received / hF. Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays,, of which due notice will be given, for piirchasir In Mechanical execution it is surpassed by n.contemporary .

.:. and little feet dept h. The price asked is :(O>, June 10. 1515.& 4 T Drug Store, a fresh supply, JL Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 o'clock .\. M.,,I Cotton and other products 'l( the country or make and the aid of the fine arts will not b.

more than hl its actual value. Any part! Aar tJWISIES'ew Medicinps-among which and arrive In Macon (eta falney. nainblidie, Newton liberal cash advances upon all property shipped wanting to enhance its attractions. Portraits of

4ry''ti..i wi.hini. to engage in fishing can here meet with a Western Produce and Groceries. I the foil jwin" : :! I Ie Albany Americus and Perry,) on Tuesday*, when required As soon ss practicable a line ol Southern writers, and pictures of Southern Life and
and at 10 o'clock. suitable packets will be estal.liohed! the
Thurda\s Saturdays P. M in I by Company will te
D R. Scenery
i- NAUGHT \ORMOND. T l UST received a large supply of PROVISIONS SPEXCEf'S VJGFT.Bt.F. pI.T.S AND RFS- time for the cars for Savannah. Lea'instIaCO:1 on I between Cedar Keys and New York ad New Orleans The Editor confidently appeals to the friends of

.r tewport. September 0, ISIS. 5t AND GROCERIES at the store of Monday, Wcdnesda\s, and }Fridays at 4 o'clock for I the of fre.tht and
I S. S. Designed i for, and will cure. Dyspepsia, Liver Com- A conveyance pa *rnjrers,- Literature in the South ; and he i i. happy to announce
M., and in Tallahassee on Tu-day. Thursday thereby securing to all its a safe and .
.: June 10. *. 47 ;pl aitat. Pile, Scrofula, J a'andice-aral all kindred,]I arriving patrons expeditious that his enterprise is of no doubtful issue. By pri-
i. Notice. 1'- Jiseases resulting from a disordered, stomach or impure *, and Saturdays. at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line mode of transportation of their property to vote effort a Iare and generous list has been obtained
":. connects with the Central Rail Road Savannah Augusta either market a* welt as return to its place of-
SIX months after date apply to the Hon. slate of blood. carr anal) upwards of One Thousand Subscribers have

t t!'. of Probate for leha1 County of Jefferson,, months after( Notce., Admmis DR. lU'LI/.S! WORM LOZENGES, MiHiMgevilIe and Western Rail Road to Co- destination. The rates of transportation will in no pledged their support to the paper. Until this was
SIX limbos, Ga It aNo connects with (Ihe Mail Lm instance exceed those heretofore charged allowedfor
for Utters of dismision Administrator of Paul de The accomplishod the editor was unwilling to
a of the estate of Charles Heckstem. late of safest, most (.Ifollal. and pleasant ;preparation a publishhis
.. from Qumcy to Clnttahoochie and Ihence like s'ni"t'I. but a material reduction of such!
\ Jtfalhabe, deceased. aI to Apalachicula Journal but it ill to the with
Leon. County, will present his accounts an I\nldltr' I lore the public, fur _the eradication of WOXMS, m I 110ginn public
; Passengers can from Tallahassee rites is contemplated) at an early penod,
as soon
go to as the
.I" RICHARD lI.'tRRISON.y. belore the Judge of Probate for slid hildren or uneqnivAcal assurance that it shall be permanent.
Jefferson lon. County Allul! Columbus in thrrr days, and but one nlthtVU; be I I he increase of l,u-iness sl.all warrant such red'iction. TERM< 1. The Southern
Gazette it
County, September 1, ISIs. 8 CmAltacbmrnf. and a final settlement and discharge from COUGH! LOZENGES. ---- Literary
pray IULUS pent on I the road between Tallahaee and Macon. The facilities offered lo p-irtie* of ;pleasure! and others I
said le.TIFREE. t Will, PHFVOT and all el!r published weekly, on a handsome imperial qun'Z' 'oof
CURE cases
:, (11 Conumplion. The public may rest assured that attention will i to vi.it the Keys, at all seasons of' tl>year, one of(
I BECKSFEIN, (Ely her agent) C5,1h1. Asthma, pilin.ol Blood, Pains in the Side,, be paid to the comfort of these who patronize the moat t healthy and desirable retreat for invalidsand S pages-printed from new type, on fine while pa*
Justice's CourtIer District Leon JOHN Shfirtnc" of Breath and all may per.
1 County. B DU CORCE. s other Pulmonary Complaints
2 tin Line. others in the State,and the beautiful and roman
: ., John S. Bond, ) Mar 2ii. l lc 41 Crr 2. It is furnished to single subscribers at Tv.
p FARE tic of the Suwanr.ee will. it
cenery i* supposedoffer
DaFter in
clubs ef sit
--- per annnzn to
e f"r1 f.. > Aiuount of debt $:;O. In Hamilton Circuit Court. HULL'S FEVER:-AL"DR. AND)- AGUE From Tallahassee to Quincy,$.2 50; to Bainbridgc inducements In many to avail themselves of so pleasant for Ten Dollars.

JhnW.Florey. > PI.LS. 5 ; to Albaav SI h I I. and) to Macon, .-Th2. an f'cnrsion.Tlli3 .
: All communications
.. defendant and all others interested MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Well known as a Safe Certain, and Cure i (C not containing remittances
TiE: are WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors Company having as they believe, made all
; : Cor Fever and Chills and Fewer Intermittent ,or solicited articles, must be post-paid to ensure
notified of the MAT TERM Ague I
commencement of Ibis l'iI. fly JOHN M. YARN, Acent.fXJ iequiitc arrangements for the convenience and accommodation attention.

. \\" suit by attachment, returnable to a Ju.tict" Courtto John Wiiait. ) ind alolht Fevers.. Price reduced to Seventy-five OOirc at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee-C.E.HMLEY of the public, they solicit its patron WM. C. RICHARDS.

'. be held at Tallahassee on the I Ith djy of December t". > Bill for Divorce. Cents per 1 .\gent at Mil N A TIIANS.
; in Qnincy.
: neat, and to appear and plead lo the ame. Prusia Williams, hn Wife ) The above Medicines, fi,sh and' genuine are forjale July 17, I IM7. 52 age.For further particular apply to Messrs. D. P. ATHEX. May 13,1S43.

\t.. .. Given under my hand and teal,this 4th day of Sep- IT appealing to Ihe satisfaction of the Court tiat by LEWIS JL AMES, -- SMITH & Co Columbus, Messrs. SMITH & HARRIS -

tembr, A. D. 1SI9. Prusia Williams, the Defendant in the above staled Tallahassee, Fa. DR. J. REESE'S Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS Medical Notice.

; ; EDWARD M. WEST, [I..] cae.does not reside in the State of Florida. and For certificates of rlcommtn.lrion. and other information Cedar Keys or to the under inl'.J. T hit undersigned have this day formed a co-part-

Justice of the Peace. that the defendant resides in the State of Gcorgi concerning ahve MCdicine!,!Ce future: LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.PERSONS JAMES TUCKER ner hir under the name and style of TAYLOR

I' .:?: September 9, IIg. 8 3in f so that the ordinary process of law cannot bo advertisements .-nd pamphlets, which may be obtained of feeble constitutions and those of se. And others Proprietors. i. PALMElt. for the practice of Medicine, and offer

"i'iS. served upon her : upon motion of M. 1). L. Heeth, of the Agents. habits, are often troubled with habitual Columbus Florida January 22, ISIS. 22 ly their professional services to Ihe public. They hope,
..,' Notice. Solicitor for ComplmanlII it ordered by the CUUI.t.That 18, ISIS. 3; costiveness, which often exerts a very unfavorable by attention to business, (to merit a continuance of

' 'f ALL persons having claims against the estate ol upon said defendant by Cabinet &c. influence upon their general! health which is particularly W. g. 02-WOIrlTKI il former patronage.
publication according lo law in that case made andprovided Making, B. WALLFR TAYLOR M. D.
.Lin.late of Benton County deceased. O.PARTNERqIIp.-he by irregularity i it( not total loss of Attorney at Law,
: : it u hereby ordered by the Court C underirnf have asBocuted In this condition of THOMAS M. PALMER, M. D.
are requested them .n appetite. the Astern, this article Wontiffllo Jeffrrson
; duly authenticated Florida
present That the themselves this date County, Monticello Fa. 1S433 3m
,4 4 within the time law Ild appa on or before Ihe first lolher. is confidently recommended Ir the August [(5]
. rib by or they be Ihe two will b assurance l'XTII.Ittt'ntl the Circuit Courts the Middle
of shops *
the united
? debarred and all wi day next term of said Court to be held on < and Ihe business con if the dose is
zq ; persons btd to said are ducted that properly adjusted so as not to I \ t Circuit and oftbe Count
Wednesday after Ihe first Monday in October nest, by LYNCH 1 VINGfRIOFS. They are the bowels ) of( Columbia of the Thomas Jeff. Heir,
to make immediate tooactivth reUef
: pav ment to move ma berelied
"..'' feqoe.te C T. JENKINS. > and answer the complaint of the Complainant in his prepared todo al 1'ork in I Iheirlne.,I upon without any or even the least unpleasant I Eastern Circuit Florida. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
consequences -
JOHN B, ALLEN jAdmiiHenton Bill chargedor they will be taken a confescd. and .it h fidelity .l'patch. and on as rtrms I re-alting from the use of common Montic-llo. August 22, l"lfi s WILL piactlce in the Ciieiit Court incacfc
I the Court will grant such decree shall seem [or cash or approved acceptances a any workmen in purgative of the Middle Ci- lit, and in the Supreme
.1" County, S. F..August 2t>, 1S4S. 2fl( 2m a pro. Ihe medIcine usually resorted to. Doctor John P. Duval
i in that made and The continued ,
per case provided. country. patronage of the pub. Persons subject to Bilious Cholic -Court aid United StaM District Court at
;, : A true copy from the minutes. of the Cout, : lic is most respectfully solicited may rely on the OFFER his professional services to the citizens TaMakaasee.

Notice. JOHN s. PURVIANCE, Clerk. E. J. LYNCH, preventive properties of this medicine by Losing it on husee and surrounding ccuntry 0: icc J4'tee3. IA!
; t the first intimation of t'L'iy
," '1-i A PPLICATION will be made to the next Genera! June 5. 1&J4. 0" 4m GERARD VINGERIIOETS. an approaching attack. Thereare in Wm. Wilson's Building, over llayward's Cook
some constitutions liable:
\ XJL Assembly of Florida for an act of inrnrporationto Tai'ianassee, r ivember G, 1917. 10 Fever to regular attacks cl Store Tallahassee. For New York.IT'llE .
E Hamilton almost fall to'tmdr
f authorize a company to construct a Rail) Road Iron 'rax Sale. medicine is very ; the use of February 2G. ISIS. :32
: .,< Cedar Key.or -.ine eligible point 0:11 he, Gulf tooal BY viiiue of the po-\er vested i-i me by law, I SULKY FOR S.xLE. Apply to middle! r"ctJmm'ndecl. beginning to use it

.(\ .. t., the St. Mary' Riverorw eligible poir.i on the.itlantie expo e fo sale, before the Court House, J. R FORTUNE by the host"(f May or first of June. John P. Duval,
coatl *r the St. Jolut'* River. I d'*>r, in the town of Ja!t>er. Hamilton CountyFloJid4. June 10, 1819 47 At Ihe Tin Manufactory. digt'tl ive organs are feeble often experience ATTORNEY
the firM a sense of (fullness weight and AT LAW.
August 19. 1S48. 5 3m on Monday in \mbc. ISiS the oppression
.i: dt-srribed about the stomach after eating will find this medicine T17ILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida
r&The Newt. Jacksonville.and! Her ld. t. following properly or no much thereof Attachment
. Ihete > afford almost immediate relief. v:'t' the Court of Appeals, and he United REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS betweei*
and I State
gorin' will publish the ab'l"e three month) anJ "il pay County Taxes due thereon for
\ In Justices JL wila
for the District of Leon Ladies near their confinement District Court New York and SI Marks and Newport
send! their accoonts to this thj! \ta I.n.to wit : 21 county. oflei suffer from at Tallahassee.
} nt f.'I' The South Went (quailer of Section 31. Township Justus R. Fortune, Ag.nt. ) heartburn and toatireness : to such this article is Office in Wm. Wilson' Building, over Hayward's commence running at the opening of the fall trade i'

' .1J Notice. I. Range l3S.uthand L3 1, purporting to belong to C,. > Debt I 19 GO. highly recommended, as it can he used without the Book Store, Tallahassee. and continue throughout the entire year, TIZ:

lt 1ledca William. J. Mills.JOSI. R. H Whiting."pIIE ) least danger,and)with great benefit. In sick or nervous February 2fi, IS-IS. 32 Brig WARCALLA. Josselyn, Master,

; H G WilT D. J. I CILL U. PTRS. I. .Ml T. BA1SDEN, Sheriff defendant an.ral ether are hereby,notified of headache it n invaluable.This OC1LLA, Trim, do.
T-' WIRT ft. CALL have associated themselvessJ and ex officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. for '47. Ihe of thin suit, relurnaht to a article will be found to act as a pie ant cordial G. W. HUTCHINS ". LUCY. Ilosmer. do.SUWANNEC. .

in he practice of Mldiinf. Surgery, &.C., ant APril g. IS.. 23 I* lust[ ices Court to be held at Talbhate on Oth and tonic restoring the appetite, and at the Clark. do. (new)

; offer their services lo the "ubl lay ol October h3t. and to appear and plead to the same time (fulfilling every intention that the common AUCTIONEER WACISSA, Ferry, do. (new.)

: Office over Dm; Store, MlttieU Florida. Leather Top for Sale. SS IOC. purgative are intended to effect. II purely "rttalle !. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.O Thee Pri i are built in the most substantial mati

_August 3,1549. 3 ly A LSO one second Bugg Horne B.irouch. Given under my hand and seal, Ibis 2d day of Au. and when mod according to the directions ALES in any part of Ihe county attended to, and ncr expressly for tiiis trade, and are commmded by

Jt\1 Ai.ply! lo h3nc1ar J. R FORTUNE, ;u"t, A. D. IS 13. will be found an invaluable article especially to t those O respectfully soticited.nvvxN. careful and experienced Captain Freight and pal-

I.J: Notice. June :, 1313. 41 At the Tin Manufactory. EDWARD M. WEST, I.EAL ] afflicted with Dvspepsia, Derangement of the Liver, F.XCJ:8: : sage at the lowest rates. Agent*-
tg Justice of the Peace. or General Debililr. II. BONP> Esq.. I I.LOTD & FI.AC.G Cot ANDERSON k CO..

' ; Q l mOD. :cf he Probate after date, I shall apply t.( the lion DR. J. S. BOND August 5, lSl.I : 3m Prepared by Doctor 1. Reese, Griffin Pike county, J. W. ARGYLE, Eq', I D. C. WIUON, C*J 1O( Beaver street New York- '

for the County .f Jefferson, Georgia, and for sale by appointment at January 22, 1S49. 27 JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT .

'I"1udS.for letter of ditminion at Adminufrstcr de bonts OFFERS his professional s.errices 'to Ihe citizens LEWIS &AMES, E. BARNARD. Jr..., & ORMOND.

f. nn of Farquhir Macrae, late of said County, dec'd. !' and the surrounding country DCALT.RS Drug Store Tallahassee M. D. PAPY Newport.

RICHARD HARRISON. Office at C"l. Fisher' Hold. : DANIEL LADD Newort Newport, August 12. IS-IS. 4

'1 4' Jefferton_ _Coonty_, September_9, 1615._. 6 _flm -May 29. J 1817. .: If DRUGS) MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Monliccllo, W.

.:;; A Card. Patent Shower Baths. ToAT [( iIeI Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window GlauPAINTERS' HARDY BRYAN Quincy, ILL Circuit.Practice Office in all on tho the'first courts floor in the of the Middle Cap.' In the Cirrait (fenrt of the Middle Cirtait of

! :!.' the Tin may he had a neat and BRUSHC: AND COLORS, Agent for Thomas ilol. South Tvingr. room formerly occupied by the Florida, in and for the Conitj of waaJIa.
informs Georgia.
) :: MISS SIT respectfully generally that the her friends p convenient SHOWER ATI.! inrendf for a Apofliccnrle Glass STare, May 22, 1S47. 44 county Secretary of the Territory. To Spring Term, .1. D1S4S..
eierciaee of chamber. I occupies but i* enclosed T' handand & November 13, 1545. 17
her SCHOOL will litle rom. HEabnveconstantly on the Leopold Greenbeig.Henry
returned -
M.nd. the I
-1ti. She t b this pon ,. 2 10 to drip water on the floor J. lowest market prices. DR. ('. II. BUNTING Greenberg.and Adolp AssOmpsut
; Oob. to
: .
OHIO 'et.r I Jane 3. ISIS 4fNotce
,;. tba or their ''of patronage and iti* LEWIS & AMES. SURGEON DENTIST JOHN ERStUNE Kline, merchants and co-partners damage.

csA, CI.n for I future. Teems loliei. Tallahassee. November 20. 1817. IS ATTORNEY AT LAW in trade using the name,style and i000.

Septembers, 1S4S. 7 I u"al.w HAVING permanently located' in Quincy Florida Qnluey. Florid*. firm of L. 4. H. Greenberg &. Co. AttsChtot

r IS HEREBY the next Motion of Marin, Smith & Thorn, in the (( tenders hi, services to Ihe public WILL attend the Justices' Courts cf Gadsden: ?,. for ?48G 25.

Hoe and Sale. The General Assembly of the State of "Florida and Fomrdln? various branches of his profusion. From his the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, William S. Carpenter. J

:.. :"l RE Wan. fo application will be made to that honorable body for No. 62. Poydraa Street!erhanb, of experience and success in practice, he feels assured and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia rpHE defendant and all other persons interestedwill
a rood. "ienbl.an.! the of being able to please those who
T [ grant a charter of incorporation ( ratronisehim. J. this suit
: Ii or a Rail NEW-ORLEANS, LA. may November, 18t5. IS tf take notice nf the iMtilutioii( of
itnal-worsweIl--rie.low. Dr. B.
:. ; The Road tn extend (rom the (town of St. Andrew, in refer I the public to L fj3- Sentinel' attachment required lo appear
qJ WAGON M. )5AR1155-G. w. copy. by ,and I hat they are
covered and 1 Col.
will t. THO W. T.
a good West t Florid, to a point upon Ihe Chnttahcochie Dr. 1. M. W. DAvIDsoN, and the declaration filed in tbi cause. c-
Refers to to
plantation -r makt"Wajroa. Price low. River, at or neat the section; of line Gen. C. II. DUP llT. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Horse and Buggy plead
., boundary beJ., \v. Argvle,A. Bestwick S. S. cording to law.
J. ; Sibley,Tallahusee. Office
\ ;"i. ( a 'FR Agent. weo Fltrida and AlU'ami *1 I''l raid river. J. L. Smallwood R. opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited SALE. Apply to TAMES T. ARCHER
Edmoii, Quinoy.
Ie, 1_ L on at their residenc usual.8eptembtrll,1547 .
.1 M
'.: 1& : J 11. W L. A H. GREENBERG. t CO. Attorney for Bainh*-
relr 1-9 .
.p 8 Saplezabn *, 1M!. f AuguttlLS. < tin


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