The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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if lie Caagros,
Legislature Massachusetts, in April 1847,

HE FLORIDIAN. adopted a resolution Con'ainin.g! these word t
jCa 99:-AN ACT to establish Ihe Territorial Government '.
TuB ail who have
of Oregon. WAS is A cxrxK, and

ft i eacttd by the Senate W Hnue of Repre. partaken in its well-fought fields, hare aided

Lrikd Stai ofJhterica.i* Con- n its perpetration I"
That 'ro after tbe ps s.geof
aa The Hon. LutherSevertnce a Whig M n*
1bI3et. aU! that pirt Territory of the Unit- --
ber of from Maino. of the fast
lies ------- Congress -one
which the summit of ---------
States -
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north o 'Inrty-second degree BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURDAY teen who voted against a pplies of men ani

.J.D u.b Territory of Orego OCTOBER 21,1818. VOL. II-MO.M. money for the war -a delegate to the M great

tall constitute a temporary ----- national house '*
b eraDu slaughter at
name the Territory ol Ore"p. Provided.That nothing in I his act shall -- -. _. .. ,
by -- ---- -
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pvetntOCDt.. That u in this tj? give to incorporate Lank b construe tol, A.o a chief clerk one assistant clerk, a fr. Territory! Ynay.Jnethejudicial districts of said and -- -- ind now a warm advocate of Gen* Taylor'ioo&prthei4ks -.
pfrUed' nothing ac contained prr a of any in.tf1- gtnt..t.arml. and dcor.keeper. be chosen and upon enquiring.wjbaj U was, sIe! ,Md *iwas
tilE taJ 'o Territory Ihe judge who be of Pisln fftto
assign and
Jjali beeoBstrued t impair Ito right : to may RetaraJe
persons or- banki"l pwer. { borrowmoney t each house ; and the clue shall five to elo good and nothing about it.
name of dell rlie cl l 'for nU 8! Territory to Ihe several districts, and alto say
to the in the faith la Palcia addressed letter To ftfo
** pertaining fnJian. said tern- oro pledge of the dollars day and the said a edUeff
.fgpcftyB per officers three dol But
people oftbe appoint the limes and place lor in on this occasion, it is not
inch riebts shall same, for holding courts ftt'ct'UU\
f.1 long u remain onextin.pjiVied any ,'batel. cither lars day the session of the legislative > the National Intelligencer in which
per during occur
as- the several counties that
by between United States and such) directly indirectly.. No charter granting or subdivisions in each of saidjudicial I should either advocate or defend Masonry
treat th any wtnblv ; but no tbe offices shall be paid by the districts his -
the privilege of making issuing, ( by proclamation to be issued by 1en passage :
Indians, or authority of I e gotcrnnuntif ? or putting into circulation United Stales: Proftded, That there shall be but him at lb."oc are an humble! an'
United States to make any regulation any notes, or bills in the likeness of bank ; but the legislative a* rmblv, at their first cr but "I believe the Mexicans upon he Rio -
tbe rtspwt- one of the peaceable, at the time
session legislature annually, unless same indf
net Indians, their lands, proper, or otherihtbytreat7lW nole. or any bonds, scrip drf., bill of exchange an on any subswjn session may org anise,alter or mod. an pendent Grande have been acting strictly In srlf-dr-
'. jag the shall think of '
extraordinary oca"ion. such set people. We neither
governor ify district
or obligations, or judicial *,"nd '' the judge, and court norfeainpposiiM
or otherwie. which it would granting any ot ( banking powell proper to call the legislature together There alter gign fence, and if they have mid a rcanly resit F
to or privileges, shall passed the sh.1 the time and places holding he court, as to n. We have ofien passed the
been competent government lo inaVe if by legislative through
b as
)litre bt appn'pnatl. annualy. the sum of fifteen them shall and ance in General Tajlor! -THKT ABC TO saf |J
scnibly seem \
Jlnd ; nor shall establishment proper convenient. furnace of
this U* had never passed : provided alto.That of any branch: bv the de fiery persecution and though somr.
expended to "
land, not or agency of any such crL dolat. governor SEc.22 Jlnd be itfurthtr enacted That all rffi- 1IOXOBED AXD ArrLlCDKD FOB DOIXO SO. fc) |
to exceeding six hundred and t from limes cast down have been
th of the including w e never
rnrton. contingent destroyed.
t expenses Territory -
other cers to be the
appointed by and with
authority be Presidentby A "
fou, *crM Indian now oUPle i I said miwionanr Itatlons a- shall said legislative authorize territory the!; nor the salary of a clerk of the executive department the advice and consent of the Senate for the Tea-:- Thrones have crumbled! dynasties have pissed dcleg ite from Ohio In (he great*'nation*
Territory assembly al
ooBgtle tlb togetherwith issue and there shall als Slaughter-house at Philadelphia Mr
" the impiovcments thereon, be confirmed and ol any obligatinn, scrip, or evidence of debt b\' said ; b appropriated, annu for) of Oregon who by virtue of the provisions of away, and religi. n> have ella,gl'dyet ma-fl11

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station certificates Territory upon ctimatl ring the present COf'Jrt'fI-. are required to give security constituents :-* .
to said ihe
.aid ionary respectively belong Jlndfrfttiedfurlbert { ( Territory ; and aU' the Rock Mountain in mine
by Secretary of the of the United i our own Geor.
That nothing in this act containedtball such Iwl. cr an\ law inconsistent with ;the provision -! Treasury y for moneys that may be intrusted with them fordilhul"If'lDt'nr.llhalJ U hy, sir, when the victories achieved Ly
States to of clouds
theexpenses the legislative gia-the about
!! he construed to.i inhibit! the government of the I rh.act, hall be utterly null and void ; and I ss-rnblytbe defray printing of the Ian, and other incidental as. give such security at such lime -the may gather summit Gen. Taylor on ihe fllh and 9h: of May fi-st;
. States from dividing said all taxes shall be equal and and place and in rich manner as the Secretary of lightning and the storm may spend!
tale Territory into two lion ; no dmtinc- expenses ; and the governor and secretary of theTerritory the Treasury their rame In Ohio-to that part of Ohio I Laid
I shall he made prescribe it up
Territories, in nch manner and at such in the aixescrnenU between dif may fury upon it will ever stand unshaken .
loe kinds of "hal. in the disbursement ol' all monevs Src. 23. .1nd be further enacted That all the I he honor to -it was received with
lAnes aj Congres* .al deem expedient and proper, property; but the assessments shall intrusted be solely the in its deep fiundatin. So will :M*. represent
according to the value To governed by instructions porlll. harbors shores and water on the main land such enthusiasm that I Was satisfied that we
attaching b avoid ,
. or from any portion of said Territory to thereof. improper of the of the of the sonry ever stand unchanged and uncban
Treasury lIthe
any other Srate or Territory of the United Stales! irfuenc which may result from intermixing in United States, Srn.tay semi-annually account to : Territory aforesaid shall constitute a collec- ble because in the Jlnd be one act such shal (tion dilrriC't.t'bt called the ei!tncl ol' Oregon; and language of Washington,
2. further things have
SE enacted the execu- .n.f a no proper the said for in which the United and his
Secretary manner aforesaid I of the States
Lee powerand authority in and relation tJ each other, e law shall embrace but a port of entry shall be established at Astoria, near it is founded on the immutable principles of
over Territory '
.Oid [sum] shall have been and "
rf shall be vnted in who shall one object, and that shall be expressed in the t title moneys expended; the mouth of the Columbia river and a collector Of truth andjus-tice. It is however for Vice President.
Oton. aro'ernor. Sec 7. And be no expenditure to be paid fat of money appropriated cufomlllhall be appointed by the President by and proper Amos Tuck itt e
refor Representative
fourears, ttfurther That all town- a Whig
to that
ad successortStllbe morlN. shall be made said me Masonry
Congress legislativeasemblv say was originally
shipdistrict, and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to resideat pure
appointed and qualified, unless sooner reBred county ofic rs. ( herein othervvis for objects not specially authorized by the such port of !operative, and it is in view of this fact thai Congress from New Hampshire, in a speech -
provided for shall entrv.
by the President ol the United The bf appointed or elect ad, in J
State. acts of making the appropriation, nor be- in that body uttered the following senti
ftreraor shall reside within said Territory, heozvnanderinchiefsif such manner shall be provided for by the legislative the thu for such SEC. 24 Jlnd it further en feted, That the President we assemble and perform the ceremonies
the rmlitia thereof Ihal at..tbly of t the T rritory of Oregon.K sums appropriated objects. of the United Stales be. and he is hereby. au- which you have witnessed this day when ment :-
perform Sec 12. Jlntfle it further enacted. That the any
S And be nvrr 'horiied' to establish such pails of delivery in the 44 Let the vote that declared iht> waf '
the dutie. and'receive further That same
tbe emoluments iC no mem edifice is about
of erected
t-u- and streams of water in said of being for the
Territory Oregoi, district public
her of the crnfed by this act, not exceeding two
wnntendent of Indian affcirs. he may rsnt par- legislative awmbl .halllld. or bt appointed in which salmon are (found or to which the resort!, nnmher of which shall located benefit. unnecessary and unconstitutional. STARVI3
respites for offences against the laws IP, any office which I ,' created, (one on PugersSound IT TO DEAf BY WITHHOLDING
of shall dams
il.nd .a't not or otherwise, unless .
and reprieve for offences aeainst or I he salary ernalumens vf winch shall been bt nhtrucrN .) as he mar deem expedient, and may appoint The Fletcher Institute i ill such an ei iic,. "
the ha"l
bn of tbe United States, until the decision o* the increa-ed.] while he was a 1'mher. during the terra such allow dams salmon or to !! are and!I down constructed such rivers I to I bv and with the advice and consent of the It has been founded by the Florida Conf fence SUPPLIES!
for which pass freely up Senate, Mirvev"r. to reside thereat. The Hon. John Dell Tennessee ulrf!
Prudent .hal be made known thereon ; he shall lit vvaselrcled, aid for one vrar after the and streams Methodist Episcopal Church South, and i.de..ignt"d i i. ,
, ;! officers who shall be rr| iralion of SUCh! term : but this restriction shall Sec. 25 Ind \tfwthrr enacted That the collector ed one somewhat similar :-
ol-" Sic: 13. .'nt1 enacted. That the sum for the benefit of the .
L ilfl'tC of said allowed
alpintl- district shall be
be a
not compensation genera
Under the law applicable to members of the first
le of said Territory law legial'tiveassembh of ten thousand i hercbv. My advice is, sror THK WAR Flee the
and no he appropri.atedtobeexpended of one thousand dollars per annum and the fees tion. That this particular section of
I sion ; holding
nch commi be person a commis.un or country
, tJur 'he laws ph.l re'Uirf. ad shall tlc '. appointment on. er the United Utes hall be a rrtmbtr undertkedirectionof( the President allowed by law; and the compensation of any surveyor need greatly need such an institution I country as yi.u would! a city doomed lo de*
care ; tseltd. of of the Unil.d State, in panient for the services in of this act hall not pre. srrucfion fire from Heaven Af
the appointed
I Ng slative purnance by l"--Albany
; as shall hold is
-Indie further ir sums known and felt
jtc.3. : enacted That there shall! eflire under the (mily. and expense (f!'ch persons as have ben engaged exceed five hundred dollars per anrum. including in by every one. It
Lea, ot .. Terr:'rv, who residftherein IOH'lnmnl ( Territory | the of Oregon in should he countenanced! gut.
secretary shal SEC 9. And h further smarted That the anJ'1 hy provisional government I said sum the fees allowed bv law, and the amount encouraged and patronized I
and hold his office for five unless convcme to and from the United for fees in all. It i is the s
cial power of saH 7rtritoa l 'eJ in communiCafonl collected by ant of laid surveyors, anyone by rise of the Desert
removed United < :c, > fhalll ve! a States and the of for of the I A Correspondent of the Louisville (Kir.) ;
joner by the President of the ; ; prtnnecoirt. district court.. court. and in i II j purchase presents such vrarexceeding the nm nfive hundred d' lIar!. and if we will only tend it with that care whichwe
U shall record and rreerrt all the laws and rroeeedings I j'utio.s or the peace Ihc'puprtme f1.bale court- shall I II' Indian tribes a the pe-.ce and quietude of the country shall h' accounted for and paid into the treasury cf ought, its reviving influence will be felt Democrat propo'e the u'e Dactram camel

ftf tl e legislative assembly hereinafter con- require I ISFC. the United State for traveling to California, New Mexico and
Cttited, and all the acts aiidproceednisofthe; governor 'I' rosBi: two pf of i c.ier! justice shall, a* d two associate 14 .Ind le further enacted That the inhabitants Sf'c,2lt And be further enacted. That the revenue all around arid it will only appear the more Oregon. They would be useful for car

in his executive department; he*hal I transmit who any shall hold wlHm t"n.titule a
etc copy of the law and journals l of 1t i 1li'eambly. aidT.. .. a term at tIle seat of \ all and singular the nehts, privile-rrs. and advantages I extended over the Territory of Oregon. moment from the institution itself lo its object.It rying the mail. Good authorities state that
, within the rnt ry annual! ; und they and cured the of I the Territory 1,000 100 mile
thirty dajs alter end of tacht hal granted to people SEC 27. Jlnd b" further enacted. That the sum they can earn pounds weight
oCces be
.eonand one of the executive during the period if four and until// of United States northwest of the river Ohio, may not altogether unprofitable, very .
. copy proceeding their thE pf fifteen fH1U"lIn! dollar be. and the sime is here per day, for eight cr tea days in succession,
sad official correspondence on the sueeasr.r shall be ar-pcintcd'and bv the articles rf compel ntained in t hf ordinance ; in the briefly to turn the introduction lo the literature .
bv ated out of
semi.annualy. The said, aprropr- anv moneys treasurynot and subsist on a very scanty supply of tbd 4
shall be
Territory divided tt.n'e I
tnt days January and the into judicial of said the thirteenth of the
July. bear, to for the government Territory on otherwise appropriated, to He expended under present age. There cm: be no
President of the United States and twocVpies the district and a district court hall be hlt in I if seventeen hundred and eighty- coarsest herbage, only requiring water ones
o each of said districts day Italy the direction of the Secretary of lie Tnasnry. for doubt but that in the earlier ages of ihe world
liws to the President of' the Senate, arid to the! by one of the jU"licf! ff the seven : and shall be subject to all the condition, and the construction of liht-llOu.lIt Cape Disappointment ; there in two or three days. With the aid of this

Speaker of the House:of Representative for the u
of Congress And in use of the death. removal I prtefbd .b\ law ; and the said judge shall pact impost dupe.n the people; of said Territory anal anchoring of the reqniite mimh of bHoy.. to men. The perfection of their languageand from St. Louis, Mo. to Astoria, at the:
migration or absence ol the governor from the Ter- apt; ( !, rts, ertively leside in the ds- the nisi in law now irl force in the Territory of indicate the channels at the mouth of the Columbia tbe beauty of their poHy fbo\\this. But

ttorr: ,I he secretary' shall be, and he i!hereby, authorized l incls of which the slull bt as-igncd them The jur'sdiclion 1 Oregon, under the authority of the provisional government river, and the approaches to the harbor of Astoria, whatever of inteJIf'ctuallight actually existed, mouth of the Columbia in twenty days, or ina
and required to execute and he several courts hrfl provided 'for, both estibli-1 tie thereof. shall shorter time from the mouth ol the Arkan
perform al I I by people continue the said buoys to be placed and anchored tinder the was almost totally extinguished about the time
and duties of the appellate original, and that of the probate valid and therein. far the river the harbor of San !
governor during va- to he operative s a direction (such lenten as the Secretary of the sas to Francisco, in f
per courts and of of the be limited I of the fall of the Roman After
justice* peaceshall as Empire. the
or or until another with the constitution of
; .hs.ce. shall be same be not incompatible Treasury shall appoint California. At email
governor a comparatively jfT
July appointed and qualified to fill such vacancy j I by law : Pro -,Jtd. That justices of f the peace the United Mates, and the pnncipli and provisions Approved August 14, 19IS death of the Doethians in 524 the decline of cia |
I and within three
SEC. 4. .1>id be it further That al not have junsdiction of any ca.c in winch the ,nevertheless be altered, literature e, two or years, a month
enacted legislstwepowerand I (>f tins act ; subject mo- ._- was very rapid. From that time it
authority of shall to land shal in any wise in futsfilln. cr b\ legislative assembly : Ij or even weekly mail might be established
lid Territory be where the tore ifi -d, w repealed i-i THOMAS LODGE, No. 49.l was confined exclusively to ecclesiastics and
,**ted in a legislative assembly. The legislative and damage claimed shal nc cd said Territory of Oregon ; but all laws heretofore between these points. They could be got in

u embl) tball consist of a council and house of representatives one hundred dollars and the said supreme distract pissed in said Territory, making jrant. of land, or TnOU8\.ILLIl. Ga. S even they made war upon general literature their native country, Asia and
The council shall consist of fine (courts respectively shall powtsi chancery as otherwise affecting or incun bering to lands The members of St. Thomas Lodge, togtth. by attempting to suppress it. But it is not to land by

mnbr.hat'ing the qualification of voters as here- well an comtnoi Uw jurisdiction Each district shall l lie, and ar!hercbv'. declared i,ull and uid ; and with 'lother invited brethren of sister Lodges be denied that we are indebted to the Benedictine to the Black Sea, and shipped for the

pre'cnbed, whose term of service shall con- court. or the judJl thereof, shall appoint il, clerk, the laws of the Unittd States are hereby extended Georgia and Fla., having assembled themReives order of Monks for the United States direct. A sufficient nUnibrf

bout three j'ears. Immediately after they shall beUmble.ID who hall bt the ncuur in ctancerv. and shall and to be in force in, said Tnriltf. preservation would, no doubt, be bought by the Government
over dedart in St. Thomas Lodge room at 10 A. of liff'rafure-a.nd
keephis office at the place where the co'urt; be philological in the sixth
consequence of the first election, they may so far as same, or any provision thereof, may b I In insure a permanent stock of Ihrse valuable! !
b as equally as may be into three I held Writ of error, bills of ufption and ap- | application M. on the 5tb of Oct. A. L. 5349, were called century schools for the diffusion of general
a animals fur
c. The seats of the members of council of the peals, shall be allowed in ,1 cases from tie final SEC \'t .Ind be it further entitled. That Ihe leg- to order by the \\ M., P. E Lore ; and knowledge were established, but they mel our great western region In
shall be vacated at the of the decisions of said district to tl lje supreme court the of shall addition, it may b? Mid, that the Dactrain or
!cu. expiration cn.lcr such lalive as"lmbly of Territory) Oregon after an appropriate address the throne of with so much opposition that they soon closed,
nt of the second class regulations as mav bt prescribed by ; Asiatic camel would he useful in in the *
$ year; at theexpirationcl d the Jy. hold its first session at such time and place in said var
but in the by the Rev. Ira L. Potter, the Lodge and illiterary: followed. From this time until
case removed
second yea; and the third class at the expiration of !supreme tourt .hal Territory as the governs thereof, halt appoint and prance Vast plains of the West. From their great
the second year ; and the third class at the expiration trial bv' jon be allowed in said court Thecuprcniecourt direct and at said first sessionor soon opened in due form, l.y l P. M. P. P. Smith, the K'th century, it was one dark and starlen
t ; I Ihtrnre of rrwtioa and
;; of tbe third year, so that one-third lay be I or Ihe justices thereof, shal. appoint ill own they shall dt-em expedient the : ,!- he acting under authority of a dispensation mental night-the persons and liberties of power, quick nees ,docility, shaptfof
cl" k. and clerk shall hold his the I their barks might be useful in
: chosen every year; and if vacancies happen by rtss every! ofhre at bly shall proceed to locate and establish the f'a' of granted to said Lodge by the M. W. G. M. men, were fettered by arbitrary and despotic they carry
: orotherwise, the be filed plea-ure liecourt 1.1 vhich lie shall have been at such they ing light piecns artillery! and be trained lo C
IIO rame at the government for aid Territory place a.
hal The
tuG. L. of Ga. Wrn. C. VI-wlon. and their minds chained down
Writs pe- ,
ef and from tie fi governments
! error
, Ixt ensuing election. The representatives appinted. (,f s.iJ .ppal. .may deem. eligible ; _which place. J',. however' ",.,shall.. .:.i .' -I-- .-. .. ;..- i>one .. I.T ek. hJ' .uo--hhnn 'cotsr....m... _____ the us. of them ,for. ..thsr. various. p.qs..aea.
at it* first session, of : supreme b alow.d. I L L. I 1MB WIIUIU ww
al consist eighteen nern- .. 'Sie Institute. The .j -0il t
of Fletcher
. po9miiig the .me < .uncaiiuiiB prescno- .j. -: uc < "" in SIC ->ujin me court s!scmbi). And"the iim ol five thousand dollar, Corner the 12th century, however we may deduce a Indians."

J t for members ol the ju and who>e term of ed Spates, in the same manner and under! the aire out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated Lodge on motion adjourned ; and having line of men conspicuous, ascending to the

, ri shall continue oe coul.ci.sear. The number of' re- regulations .from the circuit court of the United and granted to aid Territory cf Oregon formed procession, proceeded to the cite of standard of their times in diff'trentnlks of The Mackerel Fishery. We learn that ihd
State*, the the the -
or amount the
wl.fre to erection
pnseatatives may be increased by the legislative .Iut c property lo be there applied by the governor said Institute where the D. G. M. proceededto intellectual pursuit and though ignorancewas
'tuembly horn in controvert lo a"ertamt by the oath fiutUHle building at the w-at of government ; fishermen on the North shore have had fine
the of
time to in
proportion increase
. qualified] voters Provided, That the whole- or affirmation of cither party or competent SEC. 1*>. 'Ind le fvrthrr enacted, That a delegate lay tbe Corner Stone according to the ancient far from being cleared away the natural sport for several dajs. The waters ofTCape '

; Bomber shall never exceed thirty. An apportion- witn,", shall uCtC two thousand d liar and in to ''he House of Representatives of the United established usages and customs of Masonry powers of the mind weredeveloped inconsiderable Ann are litterallj swarming with fat mackerels

i Bea sball be made as neatly ejual a practicable all eases where constitution of the United States. States I" sf-rve for the, tern of two years, who h"llbeariti7.cn which being done the brethren awlcongregation activity. Up to the 15th century, universilies On Tuesday within a circumference of about
brought in ,lion, and each of the said districtcourtS be elected
, que Stats-s. by
the lo of the United may
several counties or districts, lor the eleci addressed in short but
uaong instituted the of
were were art writing
have and esercise the jurisdiction six mile, within short distance of Eastern
i ton of the .1)al tame to elect members of the lepi.Ia- a
the h'rs qualified
council .an4 to '>
I ch section of the representatives representation giving in the in all caf arising under the constitution of tl
i Mia of its qualified Territory voters, a neatly a maybe, led Slates and the laws of said Terntrrv is rights and privileges as hue been heretofore exerci- The Lodge then formed procession and returned and the civil law investigated. The great fishing vessels engaged in catching mackerel

: And the members of the council and of the house of vested in the circuit atiddiilnct ec'irte nifthe United 1'4d ar.d enj-fd bj the delegates from the several to the Lodge Room. On motion of the result of all this however was the scholastic The crews of vessels of all sizes from five
States writs of and in such shall ,
r Kprejeatatives shall reside in and be inhabitants of ; error appeal cases other. Territories" of the United Stales to the said -
Resolution unanimously which of
S. W. the was was a mixture and
following philosophy good
tie district I II be male to tbe}! supreme court (.f s.id. Territory, the of but the delegate first tons up to one hundred and tuenty.five, were
for which lloue Representatives
or county, or counties, ;
cay! be respectively. Previous to the they first same an in other cao, Writs of error and appeals elected shall hold hal seat only during the term of adopted. evil. It gave rise to great display! of address busily engaged the whole day ; and according

;; I eton.eletl governor shall cause a census or enu- from the final decision! of said supreme court shall the Congress to which he shall be elected. The Resolved, That a Committee of three be and sagacity in discussion abstract ideas, lo several estimates made by some cube( olds seat

be allowed and may be taken to the Supreme Court shall be held at such lime and places solicit from W. M. but the time worthless!
; of toe inhabitants and qualified voters ol first election appointed to our a copy at same to many speculations inhabitants of Gloucester, it is supposed
of the United from
in tie *
us several counties and districts t If the Territory toM Slatl. same manner a and he conducted in such manner, *s the governor of his address for publication ; and (hat said and to a sovereign contermt of oBi. that
twelve thousand
the at barrels
the the where
circuit courts of United States, were
l taken and direct : of which and Ihe time, Jtgj
pvernor by shall such persons and and in such mot. a the the value of th properlv'', or the anp.ut.t in cOltrn."tr. I hall place appoint and manner of holding such elections, he shall Committee have it published together with live and particular knowledge. Dante of the taken, valued at over $100,000 An excels

J'. ami e appointed designate shall appint. le comI per.. .v'. shall exceed Iwo thouCand d< lal. and each give at hast sixty days' notice by proclamation. ; and I this day's proceedings in the Floridian of la!. 14th and Petrarch of the 15th century, have lent day's woik ibi*. The mackerel were"

I of said district courts have flrei the elections the times, places and Fla. Courier of Alban GR,. and been called the of mod. '
I penndon therefor ; and the first election shall be llal I at all subsequent lahassee, } properly morning stars nearly all No. 1 -Boston Transcript.
; J I I arid at such time and plce. and be conducted in same jurisdiction in all c4 arising( under the constitution manner of holding the electors shall be prescribed Masonic Review ofCincinnatti. The Lodge ern literature-and the discovery of the art
aSCII and law ofthie United State*. i* vest din the greatest number of
: both a The having
manner, to who shaUluper. I by law person
rtend such election.and the persons returns thereof, the Ihe circuit ail district courts of the United States votes shall he declared by the governor to be duly then closed in form. printing about this time, give a new impetus Spots on iltt Sun -A student at the board

'. pternor shall appoint and direct ; and he shall a, at and also ofall cases arising under the laws of tIesaid : elected and a certificate thereof shall bt- given ac- to every thing that concerned the mindsof ing school Alexandria, Va., states to lb
itt stne time, declare the number of members of Territory. and otherw ie. T he said rInk. shi i cordinglv The delegate from said Territory shall ADDRESS. men. Learning was not cnnfindtoasim- editor of (he Alexandria Gazette, that there

t&e concl. and house of representatives to whicheach clerks receive cf. in the all di.trict such cases, the of same the ru's late ,Wisconsin I not be entitled lo receive more than of f"' nfv.fit'e hun Ladies and GentlemenThe regular cer. pIe knowledge of(he sacred w'ritings-books i it nn unusual number of spots at prtscbt visible
district shall be entit.cd: curl at one session Congress, as a
or dred dollars
couatt received for any Dedication having been performed, general literature were published and in- the dir. dark
Territory Sun's One
taderthis act; and the governoi shall by his procr st-ri-ices. compensation for his mileage in going to and returning emony on Cat em id

lton. give at least sixty dajs' previous notice of SFC 10. le it further enac d. That there I from the eat ol government of the Uni- it is now necessary for me to detain you a lellectual food furnished for the craving nppe- particular, now near the centre of the Sun,

; Ib .Plorionment. and 'of the time, place and shall be appointt an attorney for said Territory, tad State,any act of Congress to the contrary notwithstanding short time iongerwhilel make a few remarks. tites of man. Very soon a Lock arose and and distinctly visible through a smoked glas/

: Dt holding such elnction The peraon liavmg who .hal(onfi'luf in office (or four \ear.and until Masonry addresses itself the ailections and analyzed the human understanding-Bacon is upwards of sixty thousand miles in diameter.

tbe highest number of legal rotes in each of said his successor shall be appointed! and qualified, unless I I SEC, 17 1nd be it further enaettd. That all suits, confidence of one, from the fact that and Newton overturned the old and substituted
every This will be visible for about week
a longer.
council d"trict. for members of t ht council shall sooner rtmo'e by the President and who shall re- and prucepc1in ot. civil or criminal at lawar.d
ke l by the goveruor to be duly elected to coive sme fee and salary a* were provided t>) I processes in chancery, and all indictments and informa it teaches the purest morality. Its blessings a new and better philosophy-Invention afier Besides this, there are four other large clus

tie council,; and the person having tbe highest num- law for the attorney of the United States for tf late j tions, which shall be pending and undetermined in are both particular and general. It benefits invention-the development of Sciences and ters.

bet of Jegal votes for the house of representatives. Tfnih.r(,{ Wi con!m. There shall al-..be a marshal \ the courts established b) authority of the pros monal (the mason himself because it serves to calm the improvement in the arts, and the world

j b declared by the governor to be duly el'-cted for Territory appoinrP. who shall hold his government of Oregon within the limits of said his passions to circumscribe his desires, and has been correspondingly benefilted. We Conner/on ofKpcs.-Tbe trial of W. Dan
J'J'al I of houseProvided, That in case office for four )eal. shall be 'I Territory when this act shall take effect shall be
rC Prioiu lid ro' l for shall base an equal num-1\0 appointed and qualified an., unless sooner'UCCl'ISOt rrmoHt by transferred to be heard, tried prosecutedand determined incites to thorough selfctamination, and often live now in the full blaze intellectual day ; dridge Epos charged with the murder ofF<

b of isles, and in case a vacancy shall otherwise the President ; and who shall execute processes in the district courts hereby established, it is the stepping stone to the laying hold of and judging from what has already been accomplished Adolphtn Muir, commenced in the Superior

ear.u either branch of the legislative assembly, i sninc from the sail,I courts, when exercising their I which may include the counties cr districts where that faith which is the anchor of the soul it seems that with man to will is Court of Dinwiddir, Va., before Judge J. W*

the goverDor shall order election and the jurisdiction as circuit and district courts of the United such proceeding may be pending All bonds, woiks love Nash
a new I any both sure and Itrdrast"which" by to do. He has laid his hand upon nature and on Wednesday week. After some dif
Person, Ibu el to the legislative shall Stale; he shall perform the duties.be subject to rccoctil/anccs, and obligations of every kind whatsoever the world." It blesses them has discovered her hidden laws. He
oeetatsuth te assembly, the same regulation and penalties and t le entitled valid under the existing laws within the and overcomes most ficully a jury was procurred on Thursday eve

dxii &i- such elections, and on such day, within shall ninety to the same fee!. as were pro\it-by law for the limits elf said Territory shall be valid order this because, in the language of the great LaPty.etle counts and names the stars that glitter in the nmg. On Monday evening last, says' the Rich

.I Abut a the governor and ap- marehal of thedi.!ncl Curt { State for act r ; and all crimes and misdemeanors against the its leading star is philanthropy" and blue vault above and listens at his pleasure mond Enquirer, the jury, afier a short retire
ijl hl tJlereafrer. the time, place manner
.' Uag and conducting all election bv the peo- the present [late] Territory of Wi'on.in. and shall, laws in force within aid limits may be prosecuted, its practices the most disinterested benevolence to the music of the spheres. lie has seized ment, brought in a verdict of guilty. He 13
1 the courts established this
,t.aDd the apportioning; tbe representation in the in .Idition. b p'id.two for extra hundred services dollars. annually, tried act and anJ all punished penalties in forfeitures actions and by causes and charity. upon the fiery lightning as it played upon the sentenced to be hung on the 2d December.*

*several counties ur di.trict..to the council and house a Sic a compensation 11. .,qMbeiifurik.'renarkdlhat the governor -I ;of action, may be recovered under this act. in Many object to the Institution on account dark bosom of the storm clouJ has chained l"ortbe prosecution, D. May, Esq., Commons

!tt'Prentatives accord ins to the number of well quayoe" a.- : ttretay.chief justice, and .liatt justices!, like manner as they would have been under the laws outs secrecy and say if masonry be as goodas it to the extended wire and made it the winged wealth's Attorney. and T. S.Gholson, Esq. $
; shall be a
,hdy of the commencement prescribed of the by lw. I scions attorney and ma.bal. shall be nominated), and, by in force within the limits comprising said Territory..Prora'- you claim it, why not let the world know messenger of his thoughts. All these scientific for the prisoner, Tim. Rives and Thomas RJoyncs .

!leZilativ.ae.mh1" TV-riJ rf. .Th.t no... end with the ad'irf and consent of the Snale.lp.1 at the time this act shall go into and operation forfeitures: and all about it, so that all may be bone filled.- truths in this day and generation are Esqs.
des!, That the laws, penalties.
1 ii anyone exceed the term of sixty pointed by the President of the United Sttf. who she had accessible all and be is be -
yeanhal by this section required to br enteredby There was once a lady thought to to ignorant, to

/'J. except fr. .ion. which shall uot be governor and secretary to be appointed as aforesaid take an, punishment the courts provided for by this act: hall not be discovered the great Masonic secret, and I behind the age in which we live. Eneour.age Another Battle with Indians.-Toe Sk
i.ord beyond hundred shall, before they act filch
day a tepctl\ely. with ihe constitution of the United whether she had not been therefore the institution which aims the Louis Reveille of the IGib insL has letter
-".c 5. Jl4 be U furiher enacted, That oath or afrmation.b"fore the d; (I ju.! or some inconsistent leave you to judge at a
'le.Il inhabitant above the age of twentv-one every justice peace in the limits of said Territory, Stales: And TrotriJ d Jurlhtr.against That no right of action (- at least partially successful. She had ever cultivation of the mind-the immortal mind, dated Santa Fr, August I, from which wa
shall any person
I !er'.wbo shall have been a resident of said Tern- duly authorizr to administer oaths and affirmation whatever done in ,ur"nanee accrue ol any law heretofore been opposed to the institution ; and that hostility for which there is no ,shroud no coffin, no extract the following JOur

|fey&tbtimeol Ihe passage e of this act, and shall b) I", now in force therein or bfall the chief any act hr the temporary. government, and which : had if possible been increased by her grave. Encourage patronize, sustain the volunteer troops have had another severr *-
'* af court passed
J:| qualification hereinafter presc ihed. ju.tice as'ncistejustice supreme to tbe constitution of the member of the fraternity Fletcher Institute with the Apaches and Eutaws on
Silk. b*ntnle.lto. vote at the first election, and of the United; State, to support the constitution of may be declared contrary husband becoming a which is intended! to be the fight ,

1 I shafl J* ligible to any office 'itbilhe said Terri"t the United States, and faithfully to discharge the United Slates.Sic. enacted. That all I One night he came in and inquired 'for means through which the minds of our children the 18th of last month. A party of them that

t[; the qualifications of toters .n of holding duties of their respective t offices; which said oath, 18. Jlnd be constables further .hprir.*. ar.d all oll.er justicssof her shawl and a thick article of bed-covering. may be stored with useful knowl d:".- hud l beets committing depredations in th.
,atall anbseqije-it election, be such as when so taken, shall be certified by the person by judicial and peace ministerial officers who shall be in office both of which she produced, and he took them I The importance of(his to Item in !\'idual- neighborhood of Tans, were pursued beyond

11.b prescribed by the Irjii-Utive assembly! : whom the shall same be.shall received have and been recorded taken and by such the said certificates within the limits of said Territory when this and went out. lie returned in about a half ly and socially, is too pain! for argument.Hut .- the Ralone mountains by Capt. Botke, of the
1t. the and of
riRht of holding
e.bal Tai only sutfrage by citizens ct the Unit- secretarY among Ihe executive proceedings ; and i ihe act shall take effect shall be, aid they arc hereby and hour without the articles and she waited in education has a controlling influence over Missouri Mounted Regiment, and sixty men

Sat" b llrc.l age of "twenty-one years of age. chief justice and awf-iate justices. ant all other nuthonzed the and duties required of their to continue respective to off exercise ees as offi vain for an explanation. Tho uneasiness of governments. Intelligence and freedom, ig. On coming up with them, a small skirmish

;, r-* above that ace. who shall hive declared civil ..ffiirrs in sid Territory before I hey act a* petform the Territory of Oregon until they ..r others I! the lady was very great-it was all mystery norance and despotism aie inseparable. ensued, but the Indians instantly retreated,
aath.their intention to become such and such, shall take a like oath or aUr ation before the eruf obtain and behind 32 head of horses and
.hal or shall b* duly elected or appointed and qualified to to her which of itself added to her anxiety.A .- General intelligence is certain to leaving some
written oath said or or sane jude justice
an to the governor
support ol .tcr.rary. fill their places in the manner herein directed or after this and freedom while general ignorance can mules.
fht15it.1i l be A evenings occurence
States aod the of this act of the of the Territory who may duly comtni enjoy
prn".iol peace abolished. I
b4rDeikdfurMer.That no officer, soldier, tea- ioned and qualified ; which said oath or affirmation until their offices shall) be That the sum while taking an c'ening'nlk she discover. I neither retain nor enjoy it. Ignorance can. Major Reynolds followed with one hundred)
.o. mariner or other\ person in the army or nlvy shall be certified and Ir.n.mite.Iy the person SEC thousand 19 .fndbe dollars be, and the Mme is hereby ed her shawl on the shoulders of a young wo not be free ; Intelligence cannot be enslaved and fifty rwn, joined the advance, and wilb

**"U UDite Sate or attached to troops ia the taking the came to the secretary, the like by oath him of appropriated five out of any moneys in the treasury no! man. Fired with indignation at what she con. The education of the rising generation therefore Williams Fisher, Mitchel and Rirker, mountaineer

1 shall U* allowed to vote recorded f!aforesaid; and. afterward, U be expend.d.bv and under the Pair! guides continued the
I Temtorv Sate. affirmation shall certified, and rCorll.d. otherwise appropriated. ceived to be the perfidy of her husband: she addresses itself ho Mason as they pursuit*

a ,by ir."n is of being on service for he thereJn or such manner 1 tken. may he prtrit h, the direction of Ilie aid governor of the Territory follow! eddeterminedto know the whole! truth. ot, and the Christian ; for unless this be and soon came up with a detachment of the
Territory and hiss been, t peU in 1 the of a librarv to be
:- $.L2 mnths. i. permanent domicil: Prmuttotlj'V law. The governor Ihal receive an annual salary of of the Oregon seat ,of in government puicbase, foi the ne nfthe I governor The young woman turned into an a'ley: and brought about, the beauties of Masonry. the Indian, numbering four hundred strong ; a

j .Ta no ln belonging to the army or fifteen hundred a* c"\"ernor. and fitef-en. hon. kept at, legislative assembly judges ef the supreme entered a common looking building, and the duties of Ihe patriot nor the sacred truths cf fight ensued, which lasted nearly three nodrsV

I a, lLu tl !* States. shall ver ** eletr loUJ dred dollars a and*superintendent of( I Indian nhalleaeh ffair* The court secretary, marshal, and attorney of said Territory lady stepped in immediately after. Stretched Christianity, can neither be appreciated performed and was ended by the Indians retreating, lear.
esocat.ju.tices .
.t ,itorid cii office or arpointmt lid Ttr- chief justice r"Ceitf such other and under such regulalMns. least do of their number dead the
and persons in Let twenty.five
in annual salary of two thousand dollar The * 4 receive annual of fifteen Imn- as shall he Described by of and the and in and sustaining this Institute fbld. Two of our men were killed and sit
I'1 6 i/ltht That the legis- relarv shall an salary Jlnd be it further enacted, That when the last stage consumption ; only duty ; honoring ,

., ; lie t1atr. extend to all drr'dJbr. The ssid salarie shall be paid quar the SEc,2rJ.land in the sad Territory shall be aurveyd un. protection she had from tbe freezing air, was we will but h.nor and bless ouritlves. w .umled. Among the wounded, are Caj>t.Silmon .
? the dates of the respective appointment
tll" olrilaio.not inconsistent with )ealy. States hot der the direction cf the government of the United the lost coverlet. The afflicted woman tta. and "O'd Bill Williams," the mounlaneer -
of be
JaI.Ii an United State ; but *, at the treasury ( ; to bringing the name into market left theshawl Discovery of Mummies.The Texas Star whose arm was badly shattered---
with such shall l>e made until said o't ( n Stales preparatory ted that two men had come in hastily,
..,,. b interfering the no payment and thi t.is. in e chlownship
"U pte primary section numbered million of mummies bare been latter his woted
the respective for her daughter the coverlet for her. states that a The Botwithstandtng fudght
shall hare
le "In b imposed epsohiidafOpety shall enreflpn dll"l ffbllt. in said Territory shall bo, and tbe same isherrbv.
't UB'red no shall the itmointmenU Tt mrmb.of 1f II. re-served ton the purpose nI being applied to sehfand five dollars, and after enjoining silence descovered on the environs of Dura go, Mel through the whole engagemeai.

o-' PertT *f non-refideoti beI taxed *n>bl shall be t rleiu three dll"e.cb school in said Territory and in the States and Ter- departed. The lady bursting into tears, left. co. They are in a sitting posture, but have A public meeting has been called here PIT

Jltba the P-ed JaI b.,o Chf ProPerty of residents.itire I da'v darin their attendance etch for at every the UMlnn.twentY tbre-. riloriti hereafter to 1 be erected out of the .ame. abe room. She afterward told her husband the came wrappings bands, aid ornaments as the purpose of dMpaling.lhe Texas claim (le

t. the assembly shall and thrt dola. from said sessions. Src 21. ..* le further m dtJ. That, until she haddisceveredibe .ecr,t of ; the Egyptians- thU territ6ry
morning masonry
!.e of .Ullf Stale*. travel in r ing otherwise pfoflde for by law, the governor cf said iiat

p. shall b a:!U 0 D es-ct etittd ttwrdiuj to the M rft usually tan.



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; J -- he well for his I love liye by the 1 legislation of Congress. Congress Democratic party in Congress-if we had triumphant maj.rJIJT*. ia'aQM'a". I
( GE.'. lhIE1it SI-UCCII. was fought country. from lhiaori,
f THE FLORIDIAN him for what he kzi done VLzs aft to is their grand factory for making money. ordered our Representatives' to frrm assumed hardly fJne.l ird. Fmdiogihu; i fhiap501" .
in it
I We make the following extracts from t'ur love him! for what bo it tl) do. I know, to lthin is easier than tnengraft a paper sys.t Coogteswhencrrr | ahi pudiaJe their policy, they nw .r trfta rs. I
j "f( tho subject slavery-that ru'e: it into eflVct r.
The Clcrf Join. speech of Gen. SHIELDS, recently made at a he is only) 1 soldier, a professional soldier, tem on the Independent Treasury, which will jurisdiction carry by putting a ''JnaD IDlo 1
I would have stood or, when repealed.would Presidency who will 1
I ; commercial embnr.raismcnts roren'f; not
: claim relief 'lo
s y.
and beyond 1 his he does not give temporary fDlorceJ.e..eo-it(
Democratic Cleaveland Ohio. profession
1 I" ," We give lie latest news from lite election meeting at commercial have 'led at once to a reconsideration lion-who will instead
.1 nor does ho know anything. I.believe now in our great rmpori- eofcrciV j"
; which bare recently taken pJacccol.eJ: (("n TIE MEXICAN V\R. Treasury was our of the lermon which! we were lo continue duly; ard his oath requires ? Lit
lr ." -! he could not, if he would, give a pledge to urns. Tho Independent *acccnfi
Fellow ctlzns. I have l been inducer Income with the Democratic together. The Smith did nothing ; and now view Qf the Constitution *. *
:, the Savannah Gtor in. on fixed princi. next victory in co-operation \ they t r'l
''i'( '" \' .;! 'iiere to gratify the curiosity to see a man couruclllJis p'c whatever.government He himself any he has no party. Here was not only a_ vindication slavery is the grand subject of agitation in ged lo nol"'II1I"' $ibis fifulnini/rffj. ."if .
; :i'. From the Wa"hil oUn.II' .," i4 Satuitla.*. in advance whe was mnr.'ally uounded, ,>el did not die.Stampingandcheeiing. claims or qualifications' says for the high office.- ol the Constitution and a liberation of' Congress, and iltuf nnd contempt is daily cast llemen, if Gen. Tajlor agreed trhh ::;
$I :' : '.h of lli* mail Me learn that Col. WrLt.cn. I flue [ .] Island here mortally Clay has one consolation, however, if consola- tho Government from the control and domina- upon you and your Representatives. oherpaifj' ofpolieyr' and u as fahT.! J1friends
Democratic ha. bcrn ok-cttd Governor <>f wounded by the record] and draj endeavored 1 :
} J undi"atf. army of Southern Gentlemen; ;I have thus lo give Ida
r"rrelebt lo
it be called. Although assailed and lion .flle I Ban! hit a be-on ibk k :
Ohio, having ainea i ] in 03 countIrsiwre than li)0nmajority ) lion perhaps l
: In tin* rtdrs and of believe faithful sketch of
according but I etstsl,1
JJte regulations war, a never have
; ir. which enemies he disgraced fr.r a" concerned you hri.r rnrsnpport for ihe
: "- ver Gov. Bibb'i mau-ritv! 1S40 abu cd by his never was commerce, so tit Gr\rnrent .Prtlidtlacl
/ [shout.! ] Hut I am a resurrectionist ; andreturnitg to the the of the two leading parties in the I could not- aid in ;
'n4 1.927.WellerV by his o: This reminds from itt centralising tendency carrying iBt0 effect
Jr-v m'i"ril will be incrcaJ when full return to my country I find another' and except of incident rnfHnrl. in the North. Union with relJc 10 all those great m.as. conpirllcy against the Conetirution ?* j

r i }r'"$4'-: arc received.The dillereiii cninp.tign than the one I have re. me A an of (by the nameofDonnehlywas the urea of policy, which in past times have agitated tilted. States, or support the Instmme oCt", U4 I
:umY., countryman mint Texas and .
: troral hare gained I two members c-nty! "been engaged in. I am glad to see, butcher the llexican1Var.T"'I lit country. And now I ask, which of intended confoumati". All nr Wl" I

51. I j" '" ",,.I .""f. of Congress. Ohio i i. ufe f>r CASS and HUTLEK. that in our campaign; : in .Mexico, :l stood to.t.cth.rwhig4 u.ed to attend to his a duty as a butcher army. II a ', too, we carried against rortb. t\o great parties does i become the lily and honor IT.rbid, i'. I mnj can Tie" olIIor. I
democrats! and .! men then would snatch ern Whigs, with the aid of the D ( South In lilt lo power in the government of' pittance or rebellion rupect "'
fight came on, and he up even-(for
i-v: :j >. : ;.: ,PENNSYLVANIA.Johnson's ; -all ,litu:la houder! to shoulder! and achieved kind of mini orm, and pitch into the party. This was a great triumph for I the these United Slates. That is the true question born of nlM-to! ) amend !ibe We are a1!!
., our victories tl cller. But one opinionpervaded ono South.: Domestic in cumtJinatinnwill of' the 1 election. The Ctnttitutioa
:\ hnilor Pr.sidenli.1 person nr change the
? (Federal Whig,) rmjoriiy: fr thickest ofthe fight. At t Chapultepec hn got Government under !
\\lme! ranks of the American foreign cmi saries, sought through Texas al character of _,
"* r tl" or even political or opinions live but this
: -
; pitiful device
rjt : Governor, probably! lie from 1200 to in advance of the line ; and having a or
'.-L-f : "i army, as to the merit, justness, aid:1 necessityofthe ic.tn uniform mistaken for a Mexican, to the peace, and nskithe institutions the Presidential candidates, arc comparativelynothing pan of the Constitution! by >t..raneJing *
?' 4 4.J .: .. r 4. 1400. Four districts r jet rf-I1 to he heard '. war. Cut in tins country, the thing is fired and, was:killed. I, soon came across of the South. Lastly, war, in this great i,sue. Is it not clear, ridged to destroy It, We nmt patio< it inad..

h t; for ; that it was nn 'ill'asiII of a tion of begun and carried through wilh ether of \the\ in the Unionit But friend.
-: aid: three Whig i *. The Democratic, CJ1I-1 that and wounded ?" .Yes. Tlxua act parties this is the sole grand principle; !
J weak and inofll-nsii : I II :Sistcned i you. ( :are you the Democratic to its "(lD, \n
republic. :;\ triumphantly by parly, must he with the Demociatic parly T Prove r l
: r. date fur Canal Commissioner ispeeedvlikh: : : General," s-tid he, 4"l am badly wounded ; I pa rly
1.1 t' it )better ciitcrioit rftl.e tote of (he State I to these arguments in \\aiinIon.! am as good dead novr. B-it, General," glorious consummation. Gentlemen! parts hat the Democratic party is equivocal or tin George ,\7'rshngton.:
; I. i I I have heard grave senators cavilling about the a killed the ofthe Union have reason to be proud of the sound on any one point, and you will only
:. than that of ( f'eror.rrnor: Johnson I boundaries of Texas, the Rio Grande, the said he. "thank: God I was not by ; distinction and power won J, the Americanarms them on that point to bt IYhigl-wbilsl I close with Ihe position-and I ask,
o Mexicans. It own friends that shot ) pro\r 1th
.i. :. .: 1'auupport'J by the Free Soil party, joined j j Nueces kr. Let me tell, you, gentlemen! So wih: "Henry:1 my: was not the in this contest ; but we, above all, have un all others, they agree wilh you. If you of put the the Presidential veto into t the Coeltitlllion
me. United
:. : .,' ".:,' :. ': with the Whigs. His election is no more i'| t that the Mexicans l-.ghed, yea laughed.heartily democrats who killed (him CIt, but I was lois ownfrirntLt. reason not only for pride but gratitude, in ran do any thing with cither party in sustaining Our States, La 'manimcnu rote 1
at such idle they di.l not di guiselhc its splendid victories. South Carolina, I fear, I and (triumphs Whig ancestor, who learned t9
S. $ less than Free which, if Itll1 your rights past experience past priDei.
: nor a .
,: 'i S.i i fact that they : the; whale of Texas asa had lotv in the estimation of her clearly show thnt: it must be by the I pies of liberty in a school which ougltlo
: a i is to Southern Whigs so be it. Fellow citizens, there i is one very strange f.len.'cn., made them hus
o t : i satisfactory revolted' proiince, and that the, army which feature in this There are those sister :Iale!. Tho Chilvalry" had become Democratic party, and in their hands there 1 very nearly equal to thosetho
I' :I : : Let them exult. Gen. Tavior met and d *featcd at IJcsjca was car.paign. : by.word of derision and contempt. Wha! l fore should entrust the government. .ssumes their names, while| ,}, denounce
who wished Gen. Taylor : you
iii me,
5) Y SS .-: J The democratic candidate: for M.iy >r of an army of ;J'olio instructed by the Mexican .itid all country nlheis! with us, terlconicdicith blooflr/ occsinntd this stale of things I shall not now The Executive Veto. then heir those principle Were they WBL If

., Baltimore has been elected i about 900() ma.I. government to push their conquests, not hands to hni >i'ibe ," in their l far-ot! pause to consider, but it was clear that we who place their whole part!onS
) only to the Xueces, b'lt 'lo the Sab'mc. TIll ] gracr had lost our position in the South and the U. Gen. Taylor will in no case use the Exe. ground of oppojitibn to the veto cannot Jhigs.

""I : jority. liesidiit, in ordering Gen. Tavior! lo resist nemy's country ; and; what is the tery standard strange nion. We were considered to be far more cutive \7 7tlo.. I deduce the same inference \\'' Tlielrue' Whig in the !
------- these fallowing ofho rocabala/r
..' S I'cuiisj-lvuuiu-Gov. JoSiusoii--1'rco :Mexcan; eneroaclim-nts this side of the Rio name men are made boasters than heroes. The Mexican war from his first Allison letter. He there dccl',ice of the Revolution, must be the Democru.
wished dead and who
.... ,. Soil Doctrine. *. ':anile, did his duty, and ( en. Taj lor, in his: i very whole 1:1 character they in what, called demanded volunteers, and the Palmetto Regimeiit that il should: not be exercised on the subjects who sustain it. And who first enforced Ih
; hiorder' did 'his duty." ; they a the call and raised in of a National Bank, or Internal Improvements Pre itl'nlitl't"to.; and that
; :\ .::5 < To show what tort of triumph the Whig!j jhave obeying; "' wicked, unjust and damnable var.t If we, obeyed your flag TiuilT on a II'JItre
; cor.vTKV. the ranks of our Ho. faithfully and nor on (1'iCstiflfl' % of domestic question expediency ? George \7
Of army. *inJrw) .
gained in in () t1.'ci.J! is a party, cannot s-iccced: without stooping to "
Pcniikyitania cJ. i i. nation in the This all the issues be 1'Jn.'a., lie
55.- F.lf" (ns Iflor. flu) how bravely it was upheld and borne along policy. crJ\tr ore a Whig ? Xo. lIe.-u.
:" : of G '. J.mn'cin' we ,'!II.lhh!i his !letter "b(- J Jfu U atfracU such attention such, dishonesty: as this-if we cannot select the The of domestic Democrat,
: i. 1\ ,ord tl(1 jmt t now in the hottest tide of hiattle-hov mounfu'lv! country. questions policy or perhaps a Tory I lIe ,m.in
4 .: ";, he avows himself a !Fire: Soil man, and a''j I as I ,:". 'II l li, i li. rants and despots .rl I he old our f.\'laitl of a< a candidate" nand avowed and adopt then a pLtrm let yet gloriously, the-fell, with an intrepidity he alludes to must be the questions now ed the veto and exercised it, according ,to"
> -
.,e : : .," : thorough opponent of what he insultingly! ; ('al-! cojutiy I ) are looking! ; uitti h drear; ) upon our us be beaten. "'e want success on no other which mocked superiority, and n desperation in agitation aflecling slavery in or Tenilo- Ihe mandates of the Constitution, and hi, Bo.

lh: If Southern Whigs can rnl"rII I If I his cxpci intent republican other I that defied all forms of fear or death, history rice, in tbp District of Columbia or the migration ble sense of duty. I should have liked '
I : : sTar pOur zrotinds-iit no way. [Good burr.bJC."S !J fo
ism proves successf, they know there is no will relate.! They of slaves! horn one State to another. have seen I the politicians ho would
wonder I Ial pluck'c up your drwn. Ian
S .:' \ exult over !ld. a triumph, w(cannot safety: for them. Hit let it 'fail',. and we ii..& AND( 1UTLER.ii : ed honor by I the loc'is"! HIII you owe t h.r: There arc no other domestic question which dared to propose to "him. to make him Preil.

:. f their .walo\'I: Filimore, or even the fn. | 'bid f: rt\eJlo! liIJ"rlmm'r.. But I am one' 0'ir candidates arc Generals Ca.. and debt of gratitude that "storied: urn or motiu- I have arisen or now exit in the politics of the *nt. provided lie would practically Matt iLa

: ,,' ." ,',. torioos Giddingsi,Siade,Tappan d; Co. Head I I who )( H'" 11tti.!; nation will Micceed! in B"tl'" r. I kno\v them both pr .ml) I mental bust" cannot repay. The Mexican Union. How Congress can have jurisdic. Constitution, l.y forbearing to administer its

.' .:. ; :, the letter. I spile of temporary bad governments.! I sty regret thut t sirme of our whig : decended war, whatt\'e it may be to others to South (tion over any domestic question under a Con. powers. Such politicians ? No! Such mta

:4 : : IlAHiusncUG, oept. 27, 1843.Hon. this-:'hat a succession of maladminiMraliotiswill : to Mini low, vulgar, raid personal a- Carolina has been a glorious"gain, save in I stitutioii! notoriously framed with a \'il\to our did not live in the days Washington. And

.'_ .: Townsend Haines : ruin the best 1 gcvcirnnent on earth ; but ol i huttsn as they have, of these distinguished men.I the death of so many of her brave and devo. foreign relations only, seems not at all to if they had lived, and 'had made lo him mrl

S ., ..' this there !no danger." I I hope no democrat will do this olGen. Tay I ted hOn The chivalry ofth < State is not I have occurred to him ; but on all! the: great a !proposition, the mighty scorn of bis mighty i
In conversation !
5b S Mr_" Dear Sir:- th our idea that jesterdy I p.\snis! : AND raxcrrL. lor. \" can beat whiggery)' and him tn', { dead. It has again raised its pround crest issues before the country, the universal con. mind, would have driven them in confusion
: )(8I suggested ? during my There! without slandering rither. St ruem ion of his the North and shame from his
three language throughout ,
are now patties: in this conn- above suspicion, and sneers and majestic presence. Oa
be made of in
I. absence, in'"iril" might mt I (;cn. Css : been a soldier, and a I ClnllmlIj is that il thai.Gen. this issue the
control Iu Mr. Corvvin DenvicraU
: : of the trllfc\ing to its tsllit'5. There is, and challenges the respect of the put upon by are lie true Whigs
; relation ;
to \ Slavery O'rr brave He Ins been and
a diplomatist t. will the of theExecutive and ihe
i 01( Taylor ofthe
prostitute high appropriation
c tI'uJclatic party, one to which I Ii power name hy the Fed.
Teirtories: of the Slates and that The Compromise Bill.
; a American America had. Ills i iunpardonaole
Unif.t truer
I have a never approval of laws merely to era] parly: is a hold
i to
: failure! : construed into Imor belong andIlich, with II carryout attempt to steal a namt
to reply might an '! Alight interruptions has heM political control sin in the eyes ofthe t whigs, But le us go to Congress at Ihe very last the mandates Congress. He is to benonvjre without its meaning to cover up their naked

unwillingness to answer such questions. I Hav. i jever since' the found tlions ofthe' ;' is, that he. dared while minister to France, to scssiono( estimate the position of particv.I .- than 1 registering clerk, who writes impostures. From the beginning oldie Gov.ernment .

I. '. i-'g no disposition to conceal my other opinions! from The democracy)' of this nation has government.managed oppose Great Britain and her kingly allies I I what party did the South in the Senate, out, the tail instead I of the body of I he bill.How .- under the Constitution, they hare

th peeple. upon that or any important its afjir4. as I sai.l before, with but two or defealingthe quintuple? treaty; that in many I J carry the Compromise Bill ? With but one i is the requirement of' the Constitution! made war on i's limitations. Their object is
the mind and believii" !
.' S ubject I agitating hope I : public shall do that the0.-. slight! interruptions, ever since it had a ways he h.A chlckl.d her grasping power, andhumbled '1 exception from the Free Sates: by this aid of which be wi I be sworn to support on enterI to concentrate all the power of the Govera.
a a ; always candidate's: being, and have: set an example to the world I her ambitious pride. I quoin the the Democratic party. But! one lan in the I ing into Presidency ? The Constiu'ion? ment in Congress ; (.W there the North Lass

S : : 1 lers have that a the right to know of our th glorious: : institutions opinions of a good, a stab!", and free government.Tncie .- I language of the great in al nations, when I Ihiy I Senate, and not one in the House e of Representative says : .Every bill which shall have |-a std majority in the popular branch, and will soon
: ,
.5 spirit interruptions! were occtsioned by the that no other 1r ; have defeated the !, from the Whig party in the Free I the House of Representatives and the Senate, have a m.'ijorilv in the Senate. Gitinjill!!
be d into efiect and fearing
S may the iithfi-y cat ; two &dam t.and one Tyler ; and it is a q-jes- allied powers to that inf-mous treaty but Gen.C.iss. ; States: voted for this bill. And by what, par shall, before it LoU(! a law, be presentedto I jiower lo Congress, is giving all power ia

contingency miy occur, turin my thin whether( Tyler was so nnch: an .inter As a diplomatist: every American ly did we carry thA Missouri Compromise bill the President of the United Stales.; I he 1! the Union; to the Free States. The South ell

absence ready, anJ to be no returned answer under I have: my determined own namebo I'I ruption" to the democrats as to the whigs. ought to feel a jut pride in him ; and every in the Senate ? The Democratic: party.Not .-J approves be slul sign i; but if not he shal I'! hive no part in constituting: the mijority ia

S ; [Cheers from the Taylrr mIJ] Whigs wonder truhlltedmprican does. He. was a cabinet one Whig from the Free- States, in cither return it object i .ns to thatlouse Congress bit it dues have; a part in conititu.
in such
S ) to put my opinions form as may ena- at the continued success ol the democratic adviser in the councils nf that great man, branch of Congress, voted for it. Now it is which it shall have originated. ting the President. Ifcannor preventorcos.

: Lie you to answer all interrogatories if any be I par: in this country. It has no secret at ail.: Gen.; Jackson, who never made a mistake in true, th lt these IJil. failing: the Democrats Here you will perceive no restriction :as to trot the former but it can, in I he Presidential

proposed. Tim)diiitiocratic party is a national his selections! ; /r.d none stood higher in his from the Free joined wilh the! Whig the range ofnuotives which shall control the election control the latter, and through him
First-I and party ;
am ntlerly decidedly opposed !. estimation than Gen. Gas As a senator, in from the Free States in the the !
S of our principles are national principle, and passing Oregonbill. mind of the President. It is a simple; reference legislation: Congress. Hence (be op.
to the increase the anJ of
% the slarcholding interest patronage of this power believing apply to the north to tic south tu the that learned and most dignified; body-a body I mean to make no excuse for either of all 'laws in all I their bearings, to his osilion of Abolitionists and Consolitfattooijti! :
f. country : and the wc. .I last which has not its equal for talent on the face< I party in doing ; but it is clear, that all the judgment discretion. Nor does the Con to the Pr 'idt'nrial"eln.. It is a check lo their
that the increase of that power, not nf I the earth-I the language of Daniel i the South received in the maintenance schemes of
inteifercs and! the of the THC DANK AND THE TAHIKr. q lIQtC support stitution leave him any option : 'if he approves Consolidation and AbnlilioD.m.
., S prevents. growth, "T'... ,'. .. Webster in saying that Gen. Cass, for sound of her rights from the Free States, was il, lie sign it" it commands him They declare unanimously in the Free Stales
rice North! but tht ,.I.Im.: : : : '"- |I"i .rr.... l tu. Vllu _._._i -,.-.$ _-,-_ .1_. .._ .1131 .,
I >.i"r, I calh a blighting ir.tiuenco over thei but the democratic party coul have throttled U But, the he i ii -a a n.-r.tiIOrhl; And ol/ffC"n. I in nlan ibis} }, : if not. .hall! rllur it ;" it that, on this issue, Gen. Cass is against them,
;l ,; region that tolerates its existence.Secondly that colos an monger, (United States say whigs, a war man- gress, and since Congress rose. lo commands him to return Ihe liii!. The Mm- and lien. Taylor is with them. I believe
I' : Bank There as though standing by Onp'8 country in time I different course of Ihe two parties towards the pie question i is one of restrictedto this to be trueand
.;: : -I beliec tint! lh.Territory of j I is the lariil. Who would or conscience being true, that it ought t Ie
of need crime. I in
was a glory belonging Abolitionists from their ,.
could have respective nlkI the merits of the bill itself and its settle the ofthe
the United States should be held an'! preserved 1\1 equalized burdens, but the ; on ar course South in the Presided
a the 'homes of a free, 'happy and virtuous great democratic party ? Our whig friendsare lo a party that always take sides with this 'I For many years past the AI>oliliou party have bitrament of approval or disapproval the ti.\I contest.

'. population, and that slavery or involuntary] I the next claimant: to conduct the I country. [Loud cheers.] Gen. Cuss wel been a p"ilion of thehi party, toleratedin mandate of ibe (Constitution carries out the
of this afiri represents thp party in this respect. He communion with thlm as long as they The gentlemen of Great Gale at Ttll We
servitude should be forever excluded therefrom j: government. They riu to have some ful consequences. reason, pa.- regret communicate
:. S... Thirdly-I be'ieve: that. thc compromises |i principles, but I believe they have got tired of by us while in Mexico, w-Jien it seemed wessere ( to continue the association. At the this provision of the Constitution is no mystery. I to our readers the unfortunate intelligence .

t, S of the Constitution contemplated! the non-ex- tietn: and got rid of them now. I recollect to IJp dtlrh.d by a large portion of our last PrtsiJ.nti 1 election they chose to separate The Stales of this Union, the people of that the beautiful village of Tamp* i i.

", S : tension of slavery into the Territories of the the time when in their opinion a United States countrymen. Whigs wonder at the success Ibtms"h.ts from the Whig paiiy and the Union never intended that the power of at the present moment, in ruins. Ia conic

S United Slates, and that each extension, here Bank was a sine qua nun in their system of of the democratic parly.: They need not ; "'supported !VIr. Birney a their candidate. making haws in Congress shou'd be entrusted quence ofthe severity of the gale, the waters

lofore! h:1 been violation! of the spirit of those government. It was the great KCUCL\TOR, j c{i we are :national party-we go f for our whole You remember with what importunate solicitude. to a fnpulo majority oldie( people of I he United "flhe bt y rose some I ten or twelve feet higher
: and .
compromises, if not of the Constitution itself. I without: which the country would go to ruin. I I country, alr"y. fur our country. their secession was deprecated by the Sratts. They knew that the people nfihe than was ever before known. Nearlytbwbo'e

S,. ., lolrlhJ-IIJet\C I that the refusal to sane A high tarifl, too, lo &protect American indtMry. 'I is the stcrrr.'e never flinjj away our principles Whig Now they are a\Oalto support Alar Stales composing the Union bad various. interests village wasTuhed away, and among

11cm spirit ( Ordinance of 1757, as ." I will give the whigs!credit of making and calor to ''actions.'e neither tin Van Buren. Mr. % in eloquent and pursu Is, and differed in character the buildings! ; destroyed we fpeciijr the store of

,4 rrLractt in the Wilrnot Iro\'iso. was nn unworthy I the best U'P oft terms, for such they called court.hunkers, L:1nIJurer: nor native .American strains, entreat II.r to May wit!, ihe Whig and institutions ; they therefore gave to Cnn. Mr. Clark -the house occupied b/ Mr. Wm-

:. .- subierviency on the partoftie) Noilhf HIM system of taxing farmers and mcchanicsfJr !! party He that lIt Whigs are the gress very restricted powers of legislation' J. Ferris,-:he dwellings of Mr. Alackir' ,
rn freemen to the dicla'ion fthcslarsjtouer. the benefit of large: manufacturers.; Dis. .As to Gen. Taylor. we could have had true original Free Soil party and that the entrusting it wilh no power at all, excepting JudgeTurman Mr. Lemy. B. Allen. Tie
J. p I. : him on the same terms (the whigs have got v'ewsofthe Aboliloinlsts: l will be best "ub. over mutTers general foreign row buildings occupied the .
\ Tliese opinions are not new or of recent triJuton of the proceeds of the public: lands" tn' or formerly by company
origin-1 have long entertained them, and on I was another whig nH"aSurt which was merely him: ; that i is, by whistling all our principlesdown ed by remaining with the Whigs, and voting! They therefore required first t, iIIPrells'-1 of Florida volunteers, as well at tin
;" the wind. But no ; we have done bet. for General Taylor and Mr. Fillmore. should have the of C and
,: . all. proper occasions have given them publi appointing a standing army leceivers to lo\ sanction a majority the mmissary hospital, are all swept a war.
': .. ;: city ; no with the hop changing the opin. 'I collect: the peoples! and another army ter. --- i il it with Barnburners who have laltn up people of I he States r represented in parts or From the above brief account we can git

ions of others! but simply as an expression' to distribute! it, or what there was after HEAD HEAD HEAD with AIJllil.n in the Democratic) : party 1- districts in the Mouse ffH"prtsl"ntalivf; sec but a faint idea of the sufferings that many

... :. of my own feelings on the subject. I am persuaded : being pustcd through double hands.''If.i They bae cast out from all cormlJiulwilh ond, that it should then have the sanction of valuable! and highly respectable citizen no*

t .I. i. ... that if the good people! vflhis co.' mon- TJIK: WHIG' BANKRUPT L\W. Another voice from S. Carolina. Ilfl. denounced and spurned, and are the people! of the States, acting in their aggregate
S. .5 wealth would refusa theiretipport to any pen '.The whig had another principle in olden act from aSjucecliofllon. R. B. RIIETTofS. soon to sink into the arms of the capacity of Slates: through the Senate ; friends can have at present, is in a firm reliance .

.... .:. tlcrnan! advocating or supporting contrary opin. lime, and it would be sin J Whigs. nnd lastly, that it should! have the sanction; of upon the known generosity and kindness
a to that. C. delivered in Charleston.
'". : :" Q ions the same unanimity would soon appear They had bankrupt lair. Nothing forget recently The Tariff! all the people of Stales collectively, acting ofthe Commander at Fort Brooke..-Jeeisos-

S aimug us of this generation, as distinguished I more essentul 1 in their whole than was Democratic Triumph. With the Democratic party, and t th at party through It single agent of them all-the President rille New, 1th inst.

.5 our fathers of 1910 and! 1820, on tha same ibis ; for alter having a United States system Bank, The first great victory we achieved in cooperation alone, against the Whig?, we have arrestedthe of ihe United Slates. Each of these agencies .

a '-. question. I and ten thousand 'little banks, creating facilities with the Democratic parly in OpPOsition system of Internal Improvement on the are to act independently of each oth IM'C and resfi1fgfrom Santa Fe.-TIe

: With the expression: of my withes for yourS for getting into debt, it was to the Federal or Whig party, was in part of the General Government, With this er. The House Representatives must approve St. Louis RrpublUan announces the arriralin '

welfare, I am truly your friend, I should have some mode ofgelingotT very properthey of overthrowing the Alien and Sedition laws.- party alone, against the Whigs we have -the Senate must approve-ihe President that city on the 22J nil. of F. X. Aubrey

'. S ; \}I. JOHNSTON. I debt. Of all the legislative devices for mak By the former, Aliens were lo be treated a modified the, tarif of 1842. Certainly the must approve. There is no one-man direct from Santa; Fe, having rmdethetripin

.S : But, further, the N. YOlk Tribune,the most ing wealth of rags and gelling into debt, the enemies ; and I by the latter, the liberty of the la i iff of 1846 not properly speaking a.Rev. power," in the whole arrangement. All are the extraordinary short lime of a fraction over
E, uncompromising: enemy Southern rights, a I banking system, Wa supreme.and of all the Press was assailed. I la this great strugglethe ernie Taritf I docs contain throughout dis Representatives of the people-none more fen days-a distance of full 1,200 miles.
fantastic notions for foundations ofthe Democratic were view to Forno I immediately so than the President oldie United Tin* Republican says :
few I before the repudiating and party crminltions a protection.
S.. days election! thus getting
4. emphatically I out of debt, the bankrujvt law the most ri.diculoui I lid deep on the limitations ofthe C nstitu. olhrr cause is a duty of thirty per cent laidon States. A member of Congress, or a On his way he had lo swim every stream,
,S--I,, endorsed Gor. Johnston : ;. two \a worked and the reserved rights of the Slates. Sugar, whilst the Tea nnd Coflee it sweetens Senator, has just ns much of this one.mn was: delayed by the Iransaction of business it

: .Gov. Johnston ought' to hare the rote of together, fur by their joint r a.urt action men wel Next, we. went with them into the war of are left fiee. Nor is the reduction on the power" as Ihe President. The only difference Fort Mann, with his own teams which passed

.S : every earnest Free Sou man in the State.He .- get rich without industry, and pay their debts 181iJ-the second war of Independence.This .- general! average of the taxes very large ; 'be. is in a larger or smaller constituency. that way, and with the various parties: ol

S. .c. is no new ronrerl, hit the author and without money." [Cheers and stamping.] was a war of the Democratic party- ing I think, only eight per cent. But the Their power, i is the power of the people troops ; and beside breaking down six horse'

', : :: leading ad&Hale. of the Legislative Rcsou.! I AI! DXmXT Pitt NChZ'LE.: perhaps a war of South Carolina ; for ifCal- great characteristic ofthe tariffof is (hat their acts, are the acts of the people ; the and walking 20 miles: on 'fool he made ti'

a .. : I 1'H.; which placed Pennsylvania right on thin I But the whigs never 0 had fair trial houn and Chcves, nnd Lowndes. had not been it is an honest Tarif By its ad valorem duties whole! together, carrying out the great purpose trip, travelling lime only counted in about
.. question long before' .there was anj\t' >ro!pec! I into operation, and show ofTlheir 10 get in Congress with their noble eloquence, high the people what taxes they pay ; of a free popular confederated Govern. \four days and a huff. During I ibis tine, he
I :, of his being a candidate for ; fairly) gorge. and 1 E'lir. Thai great is, not that slept two 'hours and six meals. l It-
.- (fJ"erntr I ots: "n'rnmrut. '1 he people, the patriotism, stern determination, to urg on whist the tariff f 1842, by its specific duties purpose a pop. ate only
t Hiielcdionirillbe. mlhafird/la free Soil I classes, the democracy of the working a reluctant President, and faco the desperate fraudulent device ot minimum, effectually ular majority should rule in the Confederacy: ; rain diipnn him I w-eniy.four consecutive boor
triumph and hope for e country, wouldTLItVUs not that one should rule another and nearly 609 mires of the distance was performed
S S Ue pleasure of recording -! interfere ahd cut thott their opposition ofthe Federal party, it might have covered up i is; abominable oppressionsfrom part part ;
4 _' ", it." hopes of/ but that all the in the ii, the mud, and what is -
never begun or have ended i norninouslv.As .- ,the/ people. Mr. Wehsterh n people Confederacy yet, straftg-

S .:. I, i not a singular, a most mortifying andS !sick plendor.ofthe whole Latterly! pjt>(em however; I tarifF, they bank!hive, distri got I As it was, the South, and South: Carolina, Tariff of 1846 passed, set up the cry of .tie rt- should rule themselves in the enactment of the the rain did not reach Council Grave. l

; alarming spectacle to see Southcin Whigs, bution, bankrupt laws, are all now abandoned. supported this war in conjunction with the peal." Tho Whigs in tho House, at the late laws passed through' these various methods of Independence he look a passage on the P ,
1 hs'
Democratic representation. 1 his is most cortehisitelyshown She was detained, night before;
5. have party, and redeemed the lost hon session of ess, in Committee
with Horace ofthe N York Tribune They not novr a of Congi proposed
Grceley, \ left
\ rag principle in the modification rf several hours the fb and O*
and are about as ..ked or of the United Stales. of the Whole to out this policy.n hey the Veto the by ; low wafer.
.b.:5: :: throwing up their caps, and shouting} [.> of laiighler.n ] a a mode nrtisl.- United States oliurd. I think carry nearly a hundred votes for Constitution! prescribe 'f"o.third oil the the 22.1 she reached St. Charles, where A-

., \ bosaunas: for this Free Soil' Tiiutfph ?1" oar They. nr. now about auk repeal ofthe 'l'ariffofI8-1t and a tubsti- House in i which the bill originate, mutt re. brey took a buggy and arrived in St. Louts' the

S/., _ trying anttsp"rillfnt.cau; get along without which is 10 see. how Next came t the striugie I the United: Ration 'for of I the of 1842. This is the pass the bill to make it a law should! the sime evening ; making the entire dstsnCCtromn t

.: A Cliaptcr un Lone llrnnii" [:wod.J pUI] and I believe they any make principles; Slates Bank, with 1 South Carolinian in thePresidency grand pivot i of Whig Tarif politics at the North.It .- President disapprove-clearly: showing, t that Santa Fe to St. Louis, a distance of Cu!1

q. ,:; :," The Sentinel knows a thing or two. It fight without with. I "i am admirer a goodA and the Democratic party to support is as strong avarice, and as undying the absolute power legislation exists only I 1.200 miles, in a fi act ion over ten *J.T

: '.t: :. certainly, has learnt the weak points of come : ; h.ive a always! wished an to him ofOld'ach him. We conquered together, and the : the love preying a upon others. a in two-thirds of one branch ot Congress, after When it is recollected that 800 mile ot the
see '
monster fell. We hear now that a Bank of the ofthe other branch distance horseback, ot 4fut &
1 't approval i M obtained.If
was performed
l! people, and accordingly: while pouring oil ol succeed, creep notr. That he has been ever the United States Abolition of Slavery.We on
'f' can M.tr be revived. this Iwo-thirds cannot be o'luint'tJ.lla"' Constitution the perlormance seems almost incredible
,: to I the t heart of certain .J 1 successful in war cannot L. denied but the
S ::, comOltlon a flt ; That it an obsolute idea-and will be eschewed passed the 21M rule. keeping out Abolition by the interposition of the Pi evidential We learn from Mr. Aubrey that he mao>*>.me

S .!:...!..;. hermit," it administers commendation alt greatest victory: he ever acie1fdUS over the I as strongly by the Whig a the Democratic Petitions from the jurisdiction of Congress Veto refers the law to the people, for I portion of the trip between Santa Fe and Independence

flattery which would most cormo. trliiparty.! himself[fStlutl.J their] They \anl d him to party, if the Whig party is placed in in the I Ions* Representatives, by the their consideration and determination, who at the rate of 190 miles lo toe
pledgrt to
:' rant appetite. Work and we not know what their principles lie did power. I this is so, why has Gen. Taylor Democratic party, against tho violent opposition : carry out their ultimate will with respect to 24 hourII* had no one lo accompany bim.

doubt not will ere long : back he could principles were, and deemed it expedient to commit himself the of tutu Whigs.' For eight years we sustained it in the subsequent elections.! Such are the Such courage and indomitable energy almosi!
you recover a thought get along without any ; so ;, Whig party against vetwnjja United States this rule.! But at length the Democratic guards and guarantees for correct legislation surpasses comprehension.

stray sheep. You are certainly on the right the whig party struck their colors and cam Bank ? Gentlemen I have ho faith in such party gave wny under the increasing the Constitution has thrown around the action

road. lithe plaster is not thick enough, buy a nayS over to i him; bodynml. breecher. [Stamping representations and opinions. It is true thata pressure of the Northern Whigs and Abolitionists of Congress. The'hi s denounce Ibt'm.- I Gen. Taylor a-.d lf'. Fillmare. ll is yet

trowel n sacrificed
prncplt. they thtir great lot again be established by Congress ; but victory in Congress the in from hand in the meeting'at Albany.
4S jour .urcc. fJOt) a oVwibf.! But cannotrfj' leader, Clay, IhA who Whig party expunged the Constitution ; and fr I lie i hasty fudtling
\\t only
l'P; help thinking that the hermits of 1'nr. has man for let another severe commercial convulsion arrive the North and the Abolition party were one. s line reason, I suppose, the Senate should be To refute such an assertion in
: the
: our days are twenty" far. kept whig party to. and the Whig party! be in power in The only aid they received from the South expunged. Accordingly at the close of the hones! way, and lo show that these two rtlemen

; rrrj different in spirit and feeling from those gether. Washington, fts sure A the United Stales from Southern WLi s. I concede that then, session of Congress in J842, they put forth a have the best understanding, tve [ '9

I of olden timei. They did not seek notoriety' TAYLOR AND CLAY. Government exists, it will be called on, by a lately on .the Compromise Bill, the Southern manifesto through their members Congress what we know In flu,. the fact, that (.aefl. 'laJ".or

fcj retirement. However, men and thingscianje u I know Gen. Taylor well ; he, is a brave: the use of its credit in some way, lo relieve Whigs who aided them professed an ex. to the people of the United Slates, proM| >sin has written Mr. Fillmore, expressuif "J

and we must not 'be surprised at ttoui-beurted' honest old soldier. I would tho embarrassments of thn capitalists of thE Ireme rran for the interests of the South. that tho Conilitiirinn, should be amended by pleasure he has in being run on the tic
S any rather my right arm should be palsied than North. They Whig of the yielding we would with well known and so dUliniiiw1 *
the (ontrolll" party quiet agitation They abolishing the Veto. What' was this result ,,: so ,
Uug nw..al.-D"t enD at flare-up sty aught at.liirn. I )like him better than North : and especially connected with wauled. proper issue I lithe south, by any thiiproposilion ? The people abolished (hem. Salesman, with other like kind

5, ::1 of ,* Ti'!ne*f JoHo%.Jw.g.c. t ihosB "Jn>supported him like him tUlt m nufacuru bate long been accustomed to course of action, bad Ihti in d the position They came back to the aeit Congress from a .V. 1" Jtprct : .

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''IRE FLORIDIAN mutbedeut a tcamp any bow, no mat. What will Southern ,men do, under *ucb Motion was- made-:----to lay- -his resolution-- on the lab .- i bj -whkh northern -"bia seek to satisfy the -nrlnn tnb NEWGOODS..criber It Teeeiin bis. FALL AND. J

ter by what means ; and if Gen. Taylor is as circumstances 7Vm they reject a man le.:; Wf rritironc agtin voted agaitt laying i people that there If non fur Totin; .M. \TJNFER' GOOD, to wliicb; Ji t ,,iLl oil f

vulnerable on the table-.which Is taatamounl to otir.g/or rescinding in order lo out the Ihestteniipa.( the public. Prices 10 c"rl"l|>r.cI !
'X.CT VI ALONE. '" as be it, (tbe two baring alike re. known to be sound, as Cass is, and take one I ht 2Ut rules for VAX BCRB*, carry wiiblh.li.ro J

= ceired extra pay,) why this will not alter the who will not come out in a manly way in their This is the nm for whom Southern Whigs, end Free Soil po:icy. It if this which make J.M. WILLIAMS. I

Saturday October 21 1818.NOMINATiONS. case Cass must be condemned but Ton Cokwir in Clinton county, Ohio, de. Oclob :a. is-I'. 14 3t
; Taylor favor, but refuses to solve the doubts a as to his Floridanti are determined to vole A man who t.

shall be justified. Where both did the tame position, as is the case with Taylor ? Will has stubbornly and uniformly voted to destroy their care that : Selling- off at Cdal. f

thing, ihe former must suffer, while the latter they take a Southern man, advocated and domestic tranquility I Taylor is fpfasfJ 19 the extenrion tftlaveryftnA TWILL sell my remaini s srVfc of goods (CT .he
the only: reason why the General has not Cs\rt\\ if I .hot>M
1 "f
MAM TUB ABOLITIONIST I The tree i. : next ,lhre w ek shan go unharmed and uncxposed. This Lathe ported as safe for the North, and associatedwith said; so himself is merely because he never had an hue U.hfc rrtnaii.irt; ; from lh. wreck olWamll'r I... ,.
morality of the Sentinel. an Altolitienist for Vice President, in known bj ill frui!." opportunity-that the question ". not asitalrtlwhen and eltrr '* ilj wi wtich i I hare ship o.pt
he wrote his Alli* n letter ; but he (Mr. C.) thi; 8f'1anPll'r1 If" slo.i-i t.. market lit I

The people will not he imposed upon by preference to a Northern man, known lo be Butler ani Fillmore.The had 'leirned from other !urce.,/rc7 i private letter COAl go.ai Recollect: rrfy rinds by. beei purchased ,.

such conduct. They Mr II demand that equal with them, and who runs with a man 'for Vice his which had nol' been r"bh.tl'd. and from Gen Taylor's -, since January anj since tLe fl rf CM ten; con e-
made southern /A.that lie
attempt bIome riotS intimatefrirndt, in tht .S' 1 1Gen. l at ) ofirr indacirknlf rarelymet
quently are ntw,!< '
justice be meted out to all ; and they will not President who is known and proved lo be as to place FiLtxoEC bj the side BcrtEn, I; (( .T.) i is with (the North o Ihal qnetion.II ." with in '1u. d'1. 1 ban aho llrn eb..ld and

hold Cass guilty of misconduct, and acquit true a Southern man as any one in the land ? Uom U absurdas if ibis which made 'VALtcn Foawino Kitchen Furniture. Coofcinjitoveof latest l patent .
locjue pertaining slavery, a I and most approved styl. *ft f ni sits vet low
Taylor, whero both stand under the same declare at Pittsburg Penn., that iGen. T1103IIAYWARD.. t
READ READ it Wdud! be to attempt to prove that two is for et>|b. <
charge and upon the same footing. Taylfr.\"ere bt tive'o a bill prohibilinrlheexlen October :1. 1S-I9. 3t
DEMOCRATIC TilE TREE much dozen. That BCTLEE is sound, __
IS KNOWN BY ITS FRUIT. a I: .i '"nc(f slavery, would be/o/ to the mctttottmn ;

.anlfENT or rue UMITCD STATES : The Right iril--Ctecp It Ui>. .Millard Fillmore in the 2C/A and 27/A Cimgreuet. no man can do'i!>t. Nor can any mn, whose pledget lie will not do it-he cannot-O..rt- Carpets, Mattrai-, &. f-r sale Lorn
os Our Refresh l"emorlcs-So. 2. not !r ,uS I criber bIt. two second hand CARPETS
from different of the your
accjuats' parts mind closed theevidence or TnT
GEN. LEWIS CASS against rio/ lit W bat*
State On 311t D.c.ml>er, IS3'). tat session, 20th Con i Now, these things oiiglt to be cMsi.Jnd.h sle chet.i ;-aUo. one oj:' t
OF MICHIGAN. represent a stale of things which we else incapable of weighing e\'iencf doubt )fATTn.Arrl.o
greu, a resolution vrai introduced excluding all Gen. TAYEOB miircprescatcJ: ? no?, J. R. FORTUNE. Agent.Octeher2IIcI. .
are glad to't"e. If they have been beaten I about the utter of FILLXOKE. I
malte.a reining in to Ihe abolition of unsm.ndnts It
,' rOR TICK PRFklCENT: any way he South should not?, cannot ippn h 'n. I OJ.
once, the Democrats are determined' not to ery from the consideration of the House of Represen Look to the tecords of Congress. There I
GEN WILLIAM O. BUTLER, lie is lie to be bold to STV
give up the State in the approaching election tatives. Upon the jcas and najalwing rail BCTLKB will be seen always voting with, the ought NEWGOODSa

Or XENTfCKT.roK without a struggle. Confident in the integrity ed. Mr. FILLMORE voted against the rcj l Iulion South against the reception of abolition peti. so, and to relieve the tWi'ir mind from the pHK "'iS ci b ** now 'e"1? Per "'Ahft HiJ. 1 Cs-

meiiDEXTiAL TLCCTORS On the I3tliiinuary. 1840 Mr LINCOLN, of Massachusetts embarrassment under which it labors on n .'." "rom 1'rw Yurkthe Mlowinj GODS.to .U
: (
of their purpose, and in the purity and : tions. He IIP seen also voting to retain which he would invite the att.nhion o'' bis former
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS Of St. Johns. of their will I presented petitions prating for t the a'*'- "i count llf his long an I }>tina: !i silence ; and I customer* ad thel l jm'j'.ic cenerally. viz: ..,
strength principles, they perform the rule! of be House which forbade the
lition of and the slave trade in he Di"'rict con.
slavery : Northern Fltmr
ChARLES Of Gadsden. until: ibis silence is I broken, S ,uLrn men I IJjzainj. lf>uz *, ,
JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson Cuuraq.I their duty on the 7ib of November as if they 1 of Colurr.bia, and in the TerrHorirt of the United sidcration of such petitions; and further, he C'-il* Black Cloth Dress Cctlsj

I,; were for the first limn making a trial of their Stale*. .ind Florida'\.a. a Territory at that wi be seen voting to censure those who car not safely: vote .for him. Do.I>>. .1.do.. do.do. Sack Over C do.atf.

: The United States Land Sales numbers, instead of having teen already do- tune.; troubled the House with resolutions! in regardto Da. d'. do. Cloak.
It was moved to lay the qmttion ofrrerptian .n Tort of xt. 'larks.cRRI'ED. CrierstIlui. .
Take place! at the CAPITOL, in Tallahassee! tested by their opponents.: This is in the the table, in order to cut off a 1 actionthreon. Eat slavery, of improper import. Xo word Do.. F"'u'll1..n.ir.d J. s..ct do.Io. .

on MONDAY neit. right spirit, and it should be kept up. A single Mr. FILLMOIIC ''I'ishptlo excite the Southern portion i has been uttered or written by him, at anytime Oct.. 17. Schr. Tallahassee, A
reverse should not lead us to despond. ( nf fhv House, and thrrerore"oh'd a gain ft latinj brlore or inc his service in Congrjs, leans. I Do. .uper.btk.Ca.si'oer; and De Ski Psoti,
fJ" do.! lancy Cu.mtr Pants
The Democratic Club ,I The true philosopher! the true hero, the true the question of rrc I.lIon on the table. Lythis conflicting with t these vote. 17. Schr. Rand.!!l Marsh. Merrill, from New I>.,. !". Clack Satin and Fancy '"'*.

Meets I on Thursday evenings at the Capitc.1. I freeman never desponds, while, there is a pos rote he declared it to be F.:. opinion that Con;re. But, FILLMOEE'S course has been just the Orleans. f Do. dJ. Linen Bosom Shirt' *C &..

Gentlemen of all parties are muted toatttod I hadjuritdiclion ofthetubjectoftlavery in the then CLEARED. ALSO div( nf"'C.ed' by Brig L-icy, Eric Le Ror4 .
iliilify of success. Neither should any true opposite. In Congress and out of Congress Oct. 21. Schr. Randall Marshall! Merrill New and Bark II T Cartltlt.a fill and .I't'n-i ire ."'nrlrne -
and bring Ladies with them. Our I Democrat slacken his efforts. for Territory of Florida! the the the '.t of NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOOD-5. :
a victory, on streets and on by-ways, on I Orleans.In .
and ihe Baltimore : On Uth J.snuu.r.: % TKOIIP!OVC{ S. C., moved which will be sold at rrice corresponding with, ll.o ;
late worthy delegate to while there is jet a clay len on which he may a suspension; of the rule, f) enab: him to oro. r are.'tiiion stump and in the council house, every where, our last we stated the probable loss of the Brii: tim<.

Convention, L. O'B. BKANCU, Esq., \\ ill\ ad. win it ; and it gratihVs Ui to Mac! that, so fotrliS lo the ditoctthal the qW :i071 'frrreitingabolition I anll ).ear aftEr year, all the while since be has L'1.} '?.n, New York to (this 't'rt.e- arc ratifitd 13 JAMES KIRSSEY. 1'0:

dress the Club, ghing an account of his slew our information goes, tLis i it the feeling and petitins i or paper*, thouldietaid: \ on been in public ii.'e, be has uniformly acted in ? to know of her safe arrival, as the fallowing notice -October 1-1, Iqq.

ardsbip. We bespeak for him a full atten the rl'souf! the Democrats of Florida. I the la!',, ui'hout drbate, rr further acfi.>/ thereon opposition t the South. His votes are numerous will show : Cigars Cigars'! J.

True to his hatred ot slavery, and true to hi dire October 17. Arrived Drii; Lucy, ito*:er, Ma'fer, VENICE. .. J.t."S. LA N'ORMA 9'
dance. M. D. PArT likewise I *
Esq. was appointed Why should we not btnigg'c: still T We all and they were all given in the same 3' dj\j: from New York with merchandize lo sundiie 20 000 ami LOUD: BYRON CIG .\R*a ;
to frrce Con rt-si to act upoh lIe: fill1; iion of*!arcry ,
to address the Cuh.: know there were many obstacles: to the 5uc'l aamt, the South, Mr. FILL nnJ: rvjtrdaaii.1 the spirit, and for the same purpose, that votes of *, T. I' Denham, passenger. On f the r.isul: of I just received per Kru Ann F.Jizi.: and tnt sate t COi byL .

Florida Xltctionl.-A few more returns cess of our local candidates, and that us-enion; of the rueq. and t the resM'lution wa* l",t. the name sort by AI>AK, GIDDINCS, SLIDE the 10th in-l.. Cape St. Geors- bearing N. \V. d.c. October 1.1. ISIS. fc II. GREENBERG 13 ,...

have been received fcince last PuI1iCat)11.which are not now in the way of the Drmocratic On the *lh, the: -llo\\inr.. the famous 2IM rule, and others such! were given for. He has tanl 2f mile,experienced a heavy pale of wind trimthe .t
our ( N. E which! continued ui'ltill'e of the t
morning Fall and Winter Goods. '
m-'iJjte for the and Vice Picsi- was adopted; ,l.y the U..u".iz : written. and voted! that ha I
Presidency spoken Congress
ji lessens tLe hig majority a few totes. *' 1 12th! when it increased lo a hurricane: ve.-scl layinj T> ECEIVEH bv Briz Ann Ellis a 'lOvt supple rfIX .

We hope to be able to give full returns from dency. We all believe that the Democratsare paper. That, pra\in nopctitien.memorial.thcab"lili"nnfsla rl'ool'Jli\n.l'lr e'y in the! Vi.f or trictof her power abolish: slavery: in the District: of Columbia : lo, under the lee-clae! of her rnain-top-sail.with I FALL \ND WINTER DRY GOOP 5. Wit .

the entire state, in our next. in the majority in the Stale, and that, if Columbia or any State '>r Tf'rri'nf"r the -(Ijvetrade : and in the Territories.He her lee-rail under water for eight hours: material continue to receive l>y further shipments, a lull assr.rttoerit .
, between the States or Terntoiin ,.f the lr ifed damage.! On the IClh spoke Crij Pioneer, It days
misled l. the calumnies and misrepresentations did vote with
they arc not y Slater in nhich it nmv eici.ti, shall received! once, it is true, Bt"LF.I Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. &c.. ;
American Art Union.-Subscribers to this from ?ew Orleans, for St. Maiks, with the insa l of
of the character and views of by this Hou-ieor enlert. used in any w jt hateier against laying GIDDI GS' Creole! resolutions which will he sold chca;* forcasb.'ut &lh? old stands

. Institution will be supplied with the yearly: engravings Gen. Cass, or by the military splendor of GenTaylor's MILLR FILLJIOKE, permitting n to
o Captain top.nil'l L & II. GREENBEHS & CO.
for 1547. oil application to F. II. in which be could attest to the world his
reputationithout regatd to his inexperience pas proceedings show, because he \&in L eam-endj oa the I !IIh and 12h.: fince October 11. ISIS. 13
FLACC, Esq., the agent, in this city. They bitter hatred to the institution of .u and unfitness for civil station, they favor of keeping them before the House for
two beautiful of the and against this! rule Inpirtant letter from North Carolina. Notice.ALL L
are engravings Syl/cl,
\.ill show that majority at the election. How On Dec. 9 t. 19-Jf(. 2d -r.slon Cuh! Conjre*-, JOHN agitation: ; whereas t un"ot.d with him, Fa (tteville. North CarolinaMarch 2,1547. creditor; le-wtees, and persT* enfit'.d t<1 .- ,
:4i t'js Jolly Flat Boatman. then tiiat should! : from is also! shown the > '! .io. of the estate rf Renj G. Wjrinr H
I important, we not cease Q. AoAMsofTt-red the following ribolution : as by subsequent proceedings Dr. Sloth \V. 'Q\\'l.-D..ar Sir-For two jear-t r'1c'
I late of the o' on.decea ed.
for the will County are hereby rt'f f
Subscriptions present year yet our Uitors RespIred, That the standing rnlc of lhi- Hou"". because be desired a final and couclu- I have l been more or less troubled with a cough.- qnired t<' present and exhibit! their c aims to ihe uidersizned '

l. received by the agent. Terms, 8:, \\ hichsecures I No. 21 (ab"\'f'.) :111 pled n', the >tb January lasl.U- within from the date of flu ,
I tw) no-
the I taken with ypar
How important that truth should be established and the i is hnt rescinded." site vt te on the merits of the resolutions: : During pa't year, was a severe pan
I urI lice, otherwise tL y.wilI be birred at thectplralifin :
an engraving worth the money. and a and falsehood and error put down ?- A motion was made '1 la th.resolution on the which was not had by laying them on the ta. in the left side, accompanied by a very bad cough of slid period. All persons indebtedare required I ;

dance for drawing finely executed paintings Upon this depends the success of Democracy. / taMe! whichva. C.'fJ. Cut, Mr. FILLMORE lad ( This we have shown more at length and 3 raising blood-probably quart or more.- to nuke i immediate pavmenl. )1
In addition to this! I i'.veat pn.f-isely at night: which II. n. WARE Execnlor.
valued at from 8100 to $4,000. Three prizes 1-st none Ot? his hatrel I to the i slilufi'l..f J>1 livr}, heretofore. FILLMOEE'S here then .
Democrats rememhier! your duty in this mat v<*te induced ma to aril to a phy"ician, but received no OctoVr7.1S4. UJ 2m
have been subscribers in and therefore recurded his tote motion -- --
already given to agallthe
ter. Try again 'lo place Florida, where she forms no exception to his: general coursi?.- p to lay Ihe reolulion of tr.DAM' on the table. .
, Florida.r I ; lie is still the abolitionist ihe tar' BjUam of Wild Cherry which geezied to hare
into the Democratic rank same : -
properly belong, Soon after this time, Mr. ADAMS presented and tame BY a ron: HT: 23 years n. aft?. wifh small
r I bitter Southern the desired effect.( I continued to ue it, and my appetite fara-'ly; a< a Teacher in the ErglisS lanfoacoonlv.
Write talk work in all honorable i- rights.
NEW YORK. speak, ways, moved the reference of a petition asking the abolition opponent
References rJ the most sstMiaclorv character
whih had been very rrturn'Jand withit :
The Genera Gazette estimates the rote of workday and night i to redeem her from the I of slavery, in the Dittrict of Columbia! and in. His letters and epeecbt are of the same my strength was restored.poor After taking four bo'- givei. Address J. M- D., Fort Vallev. Houston: Co* I

'thraldom! the Terntorie ; and also that no new Trrrittrry tolerating breathe and death Ga.
of tenor
Whi Your and
gPr). principles They opposition and
New (tea I cured
York as follows :- be admitted the Union was completely enjoyed good October 7.1<*tx 12 ftt -
tlaetry ifl "
the prosperity of country appeal to I may lo slavery. They speak emphatically in favor health since. i J
For Cass and Butler your you "
150,000. Florida was I" nets Ttirilcry toft rating tlarrry. Notice.ALL .
for such effort. Will forth immediate for tbe abolition of DAVID: R. CELL
For Taylor & Fillmore, 150,000. you not put your I and this petition was trumped u to j'reten! her ad legislation persons indebted to the pl'ale i.f J-n.'tt III

Van Buren and 'whole energies! in so noble a cause as that mission into the Union ; I slavery in the District of Columbia. They The editor of Ihe .'"rth Carolinian,albeit strongly n, hoe of Leon Colflit!, dea"ed, sr"
Adams, 90,000. opposed! lo puffins"qiji'k! medicines," but believing notified to risks im-nediale ; ar.d
espouse, of liberty, j islicc, equal right;, I A motion was imdelo l lay that portion or( .the petition urge the right abolitionists lo fl'>od Congress hereby payment
CrA plurality elects in New Yoik.. you ''I o that Wistar Balsam of WiU Cherry! cujit; not to all these! having deminds will present 'them to the
I and the constitution as it i is ? coming under the :bt.v 2.st rule on the table,I with petitions in favor of abolition.: u>lersiz".e.l for settlement within the time prescribed
be eJ with that testifies his
I ca sort', cheerfully
The 7th of November.DEJIOCRATS --- which WM carried.Mr. ; by tar, or they w.Ii be barred.A. IJ
Yot Southern will advocate the claim
men ?
knowledge of the truth of Mr. Dell's statement, in
Cn&" mid Tnylor. DLACE ofGeni-giathen moved :o reconsider A. FI iJEn.

/ RALLY. Let Democrats remember that Cats Is a 1 the vote, for the purpose, in case it "',uIJ be rcconinleied of this man to Southern votes. They applaud! regard to the efEca-y of the Ba'.satn.! Sheriff, an J Administrator ex c ieit.

r After clearing up the rubbish since our sound man in all his principles. That he is ( mating Ihe ejection of the z1i.le. a, I.e him a eminently const'natiand they' Remember, the genuine must have the signature cf Ocober7lS-F.! 12 COT ;

recent defeat in car State elections, we fee i true Democrat is not doubted by any one, i contended that no part of it ought to have been rc1 \oud! fain have us tJt'le\ can be trustedas I. C3-FM BUrrS: ale on the by E.wrapper.BARNARD DrIJ isr.Tallahaj Baggy and Harness for Sale. "
1 !; -
reived. But Mr.! FILI.MOR ihou ht the later
? well as BCTLER. This should not be done.It A GOODLGGYADIIANFS'fnrsae. Fn*
, no reason for despondency in the Presidential! and that he will his efforts to out : 1
use D. LADD "'lor lb and
carry re, Newport by DrujHisH
.i clati-e, OCh PRECLUDING FLORIDA FROM AD- 1qn're at the Book Store of slr,. P. A. 11.-\Y- .
issue which is to come off on the 7th Nor.We Democratic policy-this is one of the chiefobjections is wrong and injustice to the South. I isbetraying generally throughout' the United StaIrs.Y WARD. .1"

t were beaten, and it is unnecessary to re. of \Vli s lo him But it is an oLe I TOLER.\TF.D SLAVERV.-CQ should n-l b taken her into (he arms oilIer enemies. L---__ October IMS. 12

; fer to the causes. But we will not admit that ,.ction which will weigh only with the most I from the han* of himself and.(his hrotl.l aboltjonlats ; Tbe two men are a opposite as can be. Jackson Lo tg' No. 1. Boarding.A If IftJ

f the result i is a correct index of the politics of lidc-bound Whig, for it cannot be denied J that I by being (aid. on the ta'>lc. and (therefore toted Light and darkness do not present a grt:'cr c1:A RFGULAR1Er.TIt'G I. will be held at the Misonic of Jackson(tall in Lodge this,city No. FEW DAY HOARDERS rouM be we1! provi'i i

!! against Mr I'LICK'S motion. Who in the South will FILL. tied I f-,r. at a convenient distance for business
L tbe State. We will not believe that Florjh ;he policy: of'.lie: Democratic administration cnnlrat. trust this evcnrt Members will pea! "e be (imctual in :1'
;pn.ct'lit :[ Tliu-", in the 2Cth Congre.s, \\e hare their attend-in-e. Al Masonic brethren. in good by MM P. A. 11.\YW.\RD.
Is Stale unless Nu, SIXOTE' Moac, an abolitionist and our when he <
r in enemy
a Whig so proved siicct-ssful andprosperous. Ocfober,151. 12
has been eminently; ; ''or MILLARD FiLLMOitr, on the <]Ue5toifI of ylaveri, ilandinr' %i!itir.jr our city, are pectfully invited .
j RALLY DEMO.BATS. Up and at the vor); Some of our J leading opponents can get BUTLER, our fast friend and aids advocate to attend. Dy order of the \V. M. -

fr' again in good earnest. WE CAN SCCCEED IFWE "o far admit this, as lo contend that all the old! ;,: SOUTH '! ? October 21, 1S-1'. II Ihe Tin Manufactory may be had a neat Stove

WILL. small gain in each county will i issues between the parties are abandoned, oj ": tor the parlor or bed rwm. They can 'I
C I I| That is, TUnEr VOTES lo EXCLUDE roolu- To he "c UmoI1( !-.Uend It. Hamilton County Tax Sales. frequently be used so a* lo are the expense nf build-
secure the 3tate. Exert yourselves secure and that i k the time wlien there should !,c
now tion* trom the con-jideratica of the lI.ul of Re reSciiUtivi'i Southern orators, when they address northern virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ins a chimnf'!. A No. Cooking Stoves r>f 'the most !
I that gain. You have no personal feelings to for; President. If Democratic BY Ian sale, before the Court lInus.door. approved kinds. Those that have used them here
( a no-parly man i| .f"'lidoin!reception, and action up. people! do not venture lo that Gen. expose .
, gralifr in this contest. You for I say in the town nf Jasper Hamilton County, Florida think lh- ) are voting has been successful and is to be on, infamousabolitioi p'litions TWO I
policy so : will the rook than rire-p'jce. .
,OTto TAYLOK veto Wilmot Proviso. On on the lourth Monday in April, lijjy, the f..I. I : a They are arranged as (to
principle entirely. (10 to work in 1 FAVOR OX; RECEIVING !ACTING UPON bake bread ,.i b well.
earnest, for i : cmt perf' 'elJv
continued should select: Democrat .
we a : the they desire to make the im. I\\iog described 'ri'perty! "'r so much thereof a< "
coji rary .
as though you intended to succeed, and you the Butler | ABOLITION 1)FTJTJO S. ONE VOTE: virtually I will be 'sufficient. pay the Stale and County taxe October ?. 1SJ*. 12 I
and With
Cass is the man. :
purpose that be will the will Congress .
prevsion permit doe tht'rf'orfur the t it
and will be successful. i 1: FAVOR OF RESCINDING THE TWENTVFIRTF c year .jQ.to : i'
can New Good3--Fall Trade.
fur Vice President, and an able: Cabinet RULE! whatever it may be, lo be carried out. The S W 4 of Ihe'S E i of **e ,13, the entire sec- :'
We should take courage from the example! lion :31theV of Src 33. the E i of the S W 4 of '
around him he I
will administer the Government This; i i. the man whom Whips We have heretofore given instances of this I s? FT'BCRXEY
SI.er propnsto >c-c 2';.all in Town-hip 2, R.''ce 12. North and r:-,.
Georgia and Ohio, which, in addition lo the I as Democrats wish it administered and cla to their This i the Florida also the N W of and Ihe N i returned from New York,irtd1 wmld
: ; ;i !O.m' > man sort of tpe king. Here is more of it, delivered 4 Sec 2. i of Set' 3. and HAS just in* .
other States heretofore given to the democrats in that manner uiiith will best : i lie Whips propose to elevate lo the second highest ol- the N E. of Sec 4of Township t JRnee ]:. North : t liis patrons and friends geiierallv. that he I
promote by a neighbor of Gen. TAYLOB, at a whig and flat. Dries Wakolla and
: I purporting to belong to estate of L.f rC.lor i* hourly expecting Lucy, a ;
have shown that they will give theirvote ; fie i ii. the ;i if of the (people: of the Stairs !
interests and happiiu's of the and tnllet W I5rden.Aiv *
people, I meeting :in the ci'y of Xcw York, as reported I..tlr?l' ::) complete :. orinicnt of
to CASS ar.d Hl LEa. I'vimsjiiania, too, thin honor (If the II Oi 7th January. 1SI2, 2J s.io.l. :'J7th Co'isrcn, >, the S E 4 "f the S E 4 of cl1.T wn'hirt '
country. the notorious abolitiont, J. It. GIPDI.NC', of 1 Onr! j by the New York Express: t, Ilaie 13, North and East purporting bvlcr: j Fancy mid sinple C2nod, i
is far from being lost. The union nf Frc -- Cnnnet, Ready made Clothing MfnV and Ht>ys
There who !
are not many Whigs openly I a memorial from citizens (.f that State, "At the third stand, tlu.reI a band; rf nvjs.'c; to the estate 01 L'enjimm Chaire I Cap, lists "f John N. Benin's superior fjrtaljtrr*.
soilers with the there carried the! Stale prttn'et I Aln. the E i of S E J. the \V t S \V 4, and S E j
Whigs propose lo change our policy ; and if the !lea. I raying the abolition ol' .Int'ry on board d any' A.incrIea pont" and gtc.d t-peerhts. line trim Mr. Roiname; ,I Riot aid Shoes Ihrd.vareSingle and Double Parrellwl -
4 of the S \V 4, and the \7 i of the S E 4 of Ser 2=.
election buthen .1! Ulster and another 'Irrm Mr. Louisiana : Guns,Crockery Class Stone \VnnclandVil i.I i.
against us in the recent ; tiers and jffice. e'kt'rs among them are thus :, vestt1hrlhrrpuMic o putate.in! which J\u"linol the W i.f the NV 4, and theN E 4 ol theN \V
I and I
the friend neighbor f Gen to"arl", with a good a-nortment of Groceries.I .
tbe the Free-soil vole a tlate carried .Ihiee I TI.'IQr. 4 "f See .Vi, Township I I. Range 13, North and East
next ejection: comes on of Democratic I ua lelut5 ut to paa heaid lull ,
l the
silenced by success measure I I which we were. ol good sene and'good teeters thank, very 'i> rially In lie L dies
In belong tn the Union Dank.
will; be given lo VAX BCREX and this will *, surely the people: who hate no other i new hJilt'; of the a'tohtinn! ru bc\ond llitnv Soil I and with plainne-, stniplicitv, i latronand the notice of all lo bit
Tree PrLIEdl beg again
\ent any ; her..lf"It I [
dmni! :: the majority for the Whig to a mitjority. '. intercut than the prosperity of the country, A motion was made to lay the qni atemplpd.sliul of reception and f.r., that carried CoIi 'ellnlu all.: He kne'w I I. South, purporting of Range to 17 belonj, Ee:, to latin S. ;;IJ.on Thompson.the SuwanaeeRirer -"! Fall tock.

then bestir ourselves General Ta lor to b. Win.;, moderate' hut determined | Liberal advances on Cotton consigned to his car
We should
will not deem it necessary to 'Iransfor the government on (the ta'jl.Mr.. rJL ORE, true as ,I'tlto l -a Whig in favor: Protection und Hd.rm- Also, t the S W 3nfSecTown.hip2ftancelt, for shipment.

*ith courage. The prospector our candidates from Democratic to Whig rulers. the Northern< abolitionists, voted against lain; it Reform of I the lurr.y. of t the ('res.oit- Tariff", and South. and Cast purporting to belong William J.Uill lerrber23,1S4S. 10 4 I:

is a good one, and we should not buffer Why should they ? If the policy is not to lie on the table. f of al the a u"'s fr GovernmentUpon the Free WILEY LEE Tax Assessor I
On the Mr. ADAMS ) q'ie''lion, Louisiana would abide by will) of Auction Notice 4
2Ist tie
Florida lo be taken from them without a rlru;. changed, why exchange the men who understand prl'.ent.i a petition the. mjj'irii} whatever the result And woulddo and Collector for Hamilton Countv. ls-13.
prain that the naturalization. law be an n in ended notion and Gti October 21, 15.5. : 14 A T Sinta F.. Coinmb-ia Cotfnly. E. Y .fin SAT-
that for lOt"n110 : Taytor vauldao. nothing, to JA. URDAY. October will be 'd
Ie.Le and practice policy a> to permit free coloredforeignrrs to become ciii- curry tlavery into free ttrtitoty." I next, s
to the highest bidder the bull rf the S'earner ORPMEU5
( democratic party come out (fo the and cannot appreciate it ? Zen of the U. S., and hold real e ute. otice."ilLL1.U I -
is by sudi evidence as ibis, in connection | together with all her tackle and apparel
Polls j in its flill .Irnn .h. At every prrcincl But a difficulty m.idu! as to Cas,' views Mr. WISE moved to lay .the question of reception I \[ ( D.\WKf\S will act a. my authorized consoling of Anchors Cables Blocks, i.e., and a
Ihe table. (Here( Mr. FILLMOHE his with Gen. 'U'LOI'S avowed opposition to the : I Agent, during mv absence from the Stale. quantity of Smith anti Carpenter' trot.
the State, let their entire vole be given. of slavery.: This is on'y done on a.iu true lo I
uon q-M-rtions PETER B. WOOTE.V.October .
; otcd NO exercise ufthe veto that the North is AlSO, aplendi.l! high pressure ENGINE usiden-
r.ilh. \ to d.aruis the matter power
Nod-mocrat should slay away out of any apprehension for party rfii-ct;; and by misrf'Ir tntn.iln.lie .- lei.hed 21, 1'!.S. 14 41* I -.ne i is ir. ;ood older, and complete in every iesj>ecr.
I for his colored fiiendi! against I the South-per- brought lo his support. Certainly if all this with Boilers Le.Saletocommeneest.
that the Slate is lost and that I
I cl the Wilmot! Proviso
has vo> against ; hap* for the purpose throwing a trc-brnt am<,ng his neighbors and personal friends, and northern Leon CountyTAX I o'dt\1t.M.. ,
! tlertwre his vote will! be uecs. A*"ill! an J in addition: to this he has expressed the us I COLLCCTOK'd SALE. }'.'r f-irthtr particulars, apply fa tbe undersigned
supporters say him be true, he will not
I : .
Madison Court Hoti
mi.ake. Forget not that the election will which sound On 2Ist March, 1SJ2 2d session 27th Congress, at e.I
following \iewR, are ceilainly virtue cf the vcs'ed in
suit the South. append an article from BY power me Mr lav.1 I A. B. NOYE3. Agenf.j .
Lc held on TUESDAY, TilE SEVENTHOF : and Bali-factory lo the South : the Creole case wa brought before Congress by \. ha\e (lcvnd upon, and shall expose for sale, l he. j S-plemheray.' 11 Is
JOIHCA R. G.DDINCf. in a series if resolution juttifiing the Richmond Enquirer, making further dc.velopmcuts fore the Ti.nrt Ilo-i""doorin the city ot Ttll.h..!e, I
NOVEMBER and remember that toget / am opposed 1'e txrrcie of any jruidictionLV
; In the fir-t Monday in May next. following Education
and murder" slaves .in this (Ii-I0.the
mutiny subject.
',' mljict of ,lae< by terms upon (
Confirm ort r ry.
your vote cast for the democratic candidates described property| or no much thereof a" will Ut X MALE.'vD FEJTALC
I da not .', in the L'omtitvlion any grant of shod.ina to all sense nf l.iw. order and humanity! *> .. LET THE SOUTH BKWARIL: pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur the TIinexerrNeW t..rt'fum..f'tI M'Trav.2d of

CAW and BcTLnR, yon must role n tveh a potrerto Con},'.. Suit bern member determined to give .tr. GIDDINCS .The Ohio Statesman furnishes a new feature in yen lilSto \it : I' October. R.". WILLIAM NEIL and Mrs ELIZA

ticket containing the lIamf'aofGEnGI I!. .4 tl'e hare nritbr the right,. nor the pnrer to ; a merited rebuke. To thin end, Mr. BOTH, introduced (the Presidential raining. It tjuoles Irorn Ihe \\-tlwot That body o Und I.iinjj in the Crnntf of A. NEIL. Principal, together with competent as"ii -
I.usr001r4f tckert it tr lf J'locii'o" C.unpain paper at Ma i|. br.undid North by .the line of d'marnli, % "tants. Tefrjuan .l1af.
and resolution in which he used !! Lt"In'l
a preamble ,
FAIRBANKS. CHARLES hI. DUPONT ''angrii* hat n. right to toy that there thaHleftatiry : Ion, Ohi", 1y Iv liurke: Fiher. !lalt., upon (lie Ihe Orlockouee River South by \VukuIla Two f'r I three yoimj; ladies wi,hinc fw bwr-tne pnpils -
and JOHN MILTON, who are our Electors 7'' .AVir Yurk, or that tl.tie thiilt be no the "Irng language quoted *bc"e. The resolution authority. ) (his respected fi icrid, George I U. 1 lime,' and East by Ihe St. Marks Uh pr. kno.n all in the Female Academy can he accnmmodatd
A/tfrrryiM (ieuigia : nor isthtre any hitman pctrrbut reads thus I that Mr. C..rwin in his and to to !,
: produced ( prt>cnre) a MANI'hCniPT P-irchase. purporting bvlong II.r.illarr- as 'biardrin! the family ol the Priocipal. .
-fcr President and Vice President. the jwptt t f thonf >;10tI. rrtprrtietly, tcfnch Retained, That this House hold the conduct olmid Utter purporting lo l he written hj General ic.-la Land Company. I: Septeiberl6lS1!. 0 ftG

can fhan!f Ihrtelatiant fritting thtnin.Tlitpiinripln mctiiber as It<>,;<.ther unwarranted and unwar- Taylor l'n a gentleman of Cioriniutli. i, the )purport (.r W i of S E 4. Soc 7. T -', R 2. Sand iV J jot .

Extra Ac. ineo.'vdin the ll'Umot rrort'fmld ; ranUble, and de.eu'H the severe condemnation of which wa, as %tr. Ct.RWIN REAP IT TO MB. Iliair. N F. 4. Sec IS, T 2, R 2. S and E., owner unkniwr,. A. McIntyre,
Fay. l>e l' >t aut of the nul Itgittalurf. and that he, the writer Gen. EISW 4Sec2iTJR1NandW.ownerun.knor'
rj the of this and ot this body in ( T4\or.| ) (fO-ttAS) IN ,
f The Sentinel tries lo get over the showing Irft to the people of the confederacy in their rtrpre- tirular.people country! pa FAVUH OK TiEILMO.ro PROVISO" AND t JJ1GOM( LDE TJt r,

r. tntde in our laltt week, proving that tire local govtrnnitntt." Southern member in Conziess. THAT HE.UAU 8EF TO SLAVERY U" lint P.'o. 100, lying anti being in old plan cityof T.TAS taken rooms at \.. J. L. DemiliyV, arid
paper What more can we ask of him ? Though thought every FOR THE"PAST YEARS. Talljhas!ee, wner unknown I -L JL orTcrs hi* ,'roCeHion.lleni to IheViiiz
Taylor had drawn much more largely upon ell Mr. FILLUOKK thought otherwise. There wa .WI aWleHotrr friend if he h-d seen the letter L"t !.). 2. inc sec I 13 ; I hll I and ?, fr.c see 21 ; of Leon and surrounding country. Ladiet atlrndvd *

[ the federal for thin! Gen. a Northern man, be taken strong Southern great excitement in the House at this lime among He Aln1Er TAT HC HID; that he had looked '<.cti.'n 21 ; W j, andNE4of Sec 2-=. and loN N'n. ; at their residence, if de.irl.l.T l.

i treasury extra *y ground, and the true national ground. the Southern members, which soon spread among erlhe sbvuldcr of et-Governor. Cr.rwin. and 're- I. 2. :. .t, 5, rt, and 7, of Sec. 2'}, in TownsSip, Nit lUhjkee, Sept. 21. I IS4'. 10
\ Cut )fcr saying that the extra p.y all med to I, cognized the signature of Z. Ta lor to I the document.Mr. ( R 1V... containing 2131 acre, purporting to be.
! Taylor is Has Gen. Taylor done as much ? Neverno the Southern 51 aft; and Mr GiDDi:ct was con II. further went on lo male that Mr. C itFORMED lone to Alb-rt A. Pirkell and Join il. Gindrat. DR. C. II. BUNTISG.T .
|, nothing more than usual. Why did
where. On the contrary, ho takes demned by all. Mr. FILLMORC tu.lainld him by HIM THAT THC GCNTLFMA TO WHOM IT WjorNW4eifSec17.'rlRl.SandEhe.longinir nunOf: DPTnST--qCI noJt"
| **tie sapient editor state further that the cz- voting agaiint the rebuke of the ..e. In his WA ADDRCMiCD AUTHORIZED HIM TO MAKE .UCHr to e-lte r>f A. flran!.>n, for lazes due for > ESPECTFULLY hi. "
10u proffer professional {.
which leads his Northern *&
tr ground supporters : 0 THE LrrTTFn AH, IN HIS IMS 15-11, SI7-and 1SJ3.
pay allowed Cau also his brother GIDDIIVCS, did not HE years Iv ce in department of Dental.
to was view i every Surgrr. toc.tizensotTalhhaac'e
nothing more around him in the belief that ahollioni.t. MIGHT DElI PROPER ; and that the said document sii of Sec :. T1 t. r R 2. Nand E. ard C { flf S W '
i Wn until T The GovernorofflorWa in for. to rally warmly merit the rebuke. He sustained GIDPI,.CS, an
t, toe: lime, rcccjvej aha be will permit them lo carry out their antislavery nfamous resolutions, by voting > aiD.t the retoluionofMr. ensuing dJ," f.er. trmmfh.liteniber. cm the tat October, and, remain. : on*

J *nj did other GOT game sort of extra pay, policy. lIe does not deny their ..- ( UOTTS. There has been a great deal of(hie ort of Section to W.15 G., T I. n 1, Narul Hpuiporling I o C..j. 23, 1549. 1O

pro on of Terri'orit'a.But .- teriions-does not repel .their association with On 12lh December, 1512, 3d session, 27th Congress long Gould.JAMES
: letter writing influence brought lo bear W. SHERWOOD,
a wotrfj not answer tbe purpose of tbo jin> < allot tell them they support him under Mr. AOAMS rilloJ "1 his rrtolution rescind upon Tax A'"lor.OO Collector Leon C* nof r. PLAl\'TATIO: .: FOR RE.VT.JOHN ene ,rtil. C tuulho(

lMl to Sae this Ob no. Caw I mistaken tiem of what be will do. I'l ilnSIst: rof*. I ,h e northern people} ; and I ii flit infJurirre October atri544 M h'i S.pn! btor-3. f8.t8.- v it P.. tV'VAL V .

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-- Leon Circuit Cou.IN '?' ; t
___ p !_ -- -' 'D- : !' 8eJl.
. For New York. Fire Insurance CHANCEY. UNDE"AJ 1 1cci
: .
Insurance Constitution of the State of Sillfirr tettlcment af Estate. T uoni l. AS.lt *C ibtJUi.*
ror. By the Etna Company Crt"n for theinntlves and .
subscribers hare removed to the store other, Treaurl.A. atten4 th.followh

THE occupied by Mr.J. R. Fortune and two OF hARTFORD CONNECTICUT. Proposed and ogrtxd to jy the third General other creditors of a. M.Gatlin, Complafnantt, IPfjf d blow.a to ttkt and reel;.

door ibove NCL'11. HIP" and Mf'Jlnnln.; T HIS Company sli continues her Agency at the action of the n. VI.Torbutt proofs,by deposition bfore in relatfe |.7i"
BIRCHETT & LINDEN F.RGER. Tallahassee. promptness and stability of Assembly; subject t r R. Iletton,Sarah A. Helton,his Wife,Ef*c- sllm"t and etptio of ill pmonrwU !?

September 16, 1818. 9 3t :LINE OF rACKE between the Company for the last thirty years, is nt Ge"a AtsembJy. ulrix of A. M. Galn. and others Defendant. tamed "permits ur.e of Confrm, IL 0
1"IE St. Marks Newport, will of her sonnilnee'. She has stood| the test HER an order made by his Honor .An Act to provide or the Armed Dccupife?

State of Florida. at the opening of the fall trade, guanlf great fires in New York and other parts of' AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5lh Ar- W THOXAI DOUGLAS, Judge, on the 1ft De- Settlement of the unsettled part of the PtDiDtt

and bout the entire year viz: the United Slates and so arranges her business that tide of the Constitution of this State s" that the comber, 1 S-'.in the above ent itled cu9lbe undersigned Florida approved August 4th, 1547.aDd -b.

Brig WARC.\LLA. JM3In. Master, no one fire can cripple or injure her, not 310\1j Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold thflr offi- was appintr among otbe thig.to take occopanlt under that Aef and 'the Act IDe dtttrO"

OC1LLA, Trim, do. her Agents to take over :certain amount rifk Ce'for a term of eight years instead of dunngoo an account i due to Complinant. their t thereof approved June l ,' < ,u4 who acti'

LUCY. Hosmer, do. any one block, and avoidinj all towns built entirelyof behavior. claims,and to all other ttddDl sid M. Gat. oceupii d or nettled under said Acts,a*}did not..If.untarily .
d ) Beit entitled by the Senate and H-nue lin with interest thereon ; and it ordered lur.the'r rerinquuh and abandon the
Clark, SU\\NRE.. Perry, do. (new.) ritb are settled promptly agreeably to Ihe Xepreientatioet f the State of Florida ,,General "That the aid Master do cause an ..dyerlis.ment tinned to reside on said frontier Sooth *f the hire
Brigs are built in the most substantial manner declarations in the policy. AVe are thankful for the jJwemA/y convened. That the l'rh. Clause of to be published i in the Floridian' a newspa. dividing Tcvtnshipt number nine and ten So.ih*

Tee expre.sly for tiiis trade, and are commanded: by past patrnna-je and beg our friend to cal whenever Ihe Sib Article of the Ctn.hfutlon of this State be per publ.he weekly in Tallahawe. and in suet and East i>f be bate line specifIed In 1114'Ad ef
wish insurance, anJ1 will risks on read follow, vir.: That at the as he shall think proper,for : effect
careful ai 1 experienced Captains. Freight and pas- they I 1 amended as to newspapers 1S42, thereby aiding to the objects .f tai4:
at t \e lowesi rales. A ent*- favorable terms as \Cotnpanv of equal standing.' expiration of the present term of office of the Judges the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gala to come Acts viz:

it sage COE. ANDERSON tc CO. J. R. .'ORTtNF.Aell. of the Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter in before him,and prove their debts the At Newnansville ,Alachua County oa 1

., GOVEINOR.Itj. 10 Beaver street, New York. At Manuracor, t mentioned. the Justices, or the Supreme Court, first. day of May next ; and that such ol' the creditor) 12th Octobei 10 da,.. lIrIIlay*
PROCLAMATION. BY TiE JOHN DENIIAM.McNAUGHT Tallahassee, Augr 19. 1819._ and the Ju.'ges of the Circuit Court,shal? be elided who shall nol come in and prove their debts by the timeaforessiul. At Long Pond, Levy County,on Monday: Oct.
"> E IT KNOWN to al the people of this Stale' ORMOND, -T for a term of eight years!, and shall hold their offices shall I be excluded the benefit of this de. her, 10 daytAt "
ej ) in the Acts of the General & Coubtr-Merchants. unlcVs removed under Ihe such not the bill
that pursuance Cf Newport. for that term. sooner pro- cree; and that person parties li'lnory.Aachua Co Iyon Thursday 2d
.r '. Cth January. 147. and 41'h De- F. Tin now, and i is constantly.ad'lin ; for the removal of in before the said Master to No.
: sembly, al'prye Newport. August 12. I C S 13. 4 TB lhnuf.clory vi"iuns made in Constitution who sh.H come proyetheir Tember 2 days.
,:: .vmbcr. I H4-S Chapters 71 and IG i. an election will "tock, a complete assortment of Judges bv address or impeachment ; and for wilful debts' do. before they are admitted directors,, At St Augustine, St. John' County, on
.- held at the several precincts within the State, nn which we extract Horn the Cam- Tin of all ilestriplions. I has added new machinery nellc of duly' or other reasonable cane, which contribute to the complainants their proportion of Oth November 10 day. Tbrsday'

..- r'i *Jay. the 7th day of Novem .'r next, to ch.te TWEfollovtinz.. it from the Rev. E. L Fraxer.olKeribaw by which the work done better than ever not be sufficient ground for impeachment the the expenses of this suit to be settled by the sid At St. Lncie County,on Moo&!x**,-27th Noyemad

:. -1 '"rif Electors of President and Vice President of the I District 1 S. C.Firminton before'il this j>lare. Governor shall remove any of them on the address Mafer." And it was also ordered,that "an accounl 10 days. .

,itf SUte ', Kcrshaw District, S. C., > There i is :Peillrr travelling all Ihe year from Ma- of two-thuds of Ihe General Assembly; Prcitt. be taken of all securities or collaterals held by thecrelitors At Mellonville, Orange County, on Thursday
..*- Given under my hand and I the great seal of the; May 10, I lSfi. J rianna to the Siuvannee River to supply the Merchants however, That the cause or cause shall Ilatfd respectively, and a report be Jade of the December IO dnll.1 14th

i I' :' .j S'altl t the Capitol in Tallhaee. ihi I have useal in my (family Dr. Hull's: Flyer anc who can alwajs rely on our wagon going length in such address and entered on the journals of same, and of Ihe value of each." And it was also .\ Ocala, Marion County,on Monday lit January
"uu. j.jjj day of .\uu"t. 18H.t \11 Jill*:, anJ al-xi; Dr. Spencer's!Vegetable! through the section above named, and delivering the each }Jlndprotitlnltfvrthtr,That t the cau-e ordered that all parties may be examined upon in- lOdayi. '
I). MO ELEY. for the last two "fU. an : : 1r the Governor t Governor of Florida. nouncing them to be most excellent family mfiinsd to, and delivered at once to the lrchant.Wf he remnvcd.and he shall be admitted to a hearingin their custody or power, relating theretoupon call January 10 day*. ;

A.MAXWEL.T.. -::; as an all of justice to the worthy proprietors stale that our l prices' are always 8m., \ilh- his own defence before any vote for such removal before the said Master. as the said Master! shall dircct. At Tampa Hillsborough County,on Monday: yfy
I'f.. Kfcretnry f of these invaluable! Pill", I will state, for the infor- out the least t variation. shall pals : and in such case the vote shall be taken ." January, 10 days.

: .\'iZtht IS,_ISI 5 ovation anal satisfaction of all concerned, that my We have on hand the following articles as well a by yeas and nays and entered on the Journals of each Now therefore alhiper.sons claiming to be creditors At Key West Monroe County,on Monday 14th February .

wife prior to onr inirmge, had been more or less every thing kept in our line : House respectively.Sec. of said A. M. ae in pursuance 0'' 10 days.
; Fire and Marine Insurance the subject of Chill and Fevers for about eighteen Furnace, such as every family nee.; Cooking 2. Be further enacted That the Judges l first sid order notified to produce their: claims, and the At Dade Countyon Wednesday March, IDdajsJ

BY TiE mouths, having tried various remedies without success SrC\e of the most approved kind in me ; Air Tight appointed under this amended Cnnstitutionshall he vouchers in support thereof, and all collateral and All cases presented will be examined and reportedon

I and was very much reduced in flesh. A few Stoves for Chambers, Parlors or Offices : Coffee. divided by lot into four c3"se'. The first class han! securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee ,and persons interested are requested In hat*their
: Protection Insurance Company Jau after our maria e she commenced with Sr"w- Roaster' Double nod Iron Pumps; Ice Cream Freezer hold his,or their office for the term of two within the time limited in said order, and permits depositions and witnesses ready and be

O I" New Jersey err' Pills, and in a day or t two afterwards with H/lfA *. &.r., fir. years, the second for the term of four yeats,I the third otherwise comply with the provisions of the same,. to prove their cases fully, in Conformity wit prelpart'd '
\ AT Pill ; she u ed 1 about half a box of each ; the result June 3. 1545.. -rHavana fV.r. the term of six years the fourth for the term ol that they may be admitted "parties to the said uit. the printed instructions forward'eod eChclaimant.hUGH .

I. SfFR\.I.LF. was, a R UlC\CUR E. She regained her health Syrups eight )years. Date this third day of December D. 1 1M7. ARCHER

.f CAPITAL. SWO.OOO( -Chartered February, !ISIS. and sf renal h very rapidly, and has had no return of .'ml Frfntrct at cost to close the Sate [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority SIMON TOWLE Specia Master. Agent United States'Trtiry.

; Chill* all Fcrcr linr I believe these medicines DOZEN Orange Raipler',and Orane Fo\nr December 22, IS 17. Passed the House of Representatives Dectmbfr.. 1517. ," I S ptemtr 3D, 1S49. 11
r ; This Company in"urC.on furnltlr, tobc harmless and and when mod as tpteifically 5 6 _
1.rcbandlzf. : the Constitutional ,
"ff by majority
January (fjcj-: The Ocala Argus,,kck,onville: News
Syrnps : and St.
;; :' R-iildine*, Machinery, FCctorie! pro/crJy generally ,!tHrccle.1 are attended with satisfactory result l"oz. in Jar, ISIS.I ) Inthe( Circuit Court t of (the Middle Circuit of
1 : and 4 ( Havana Preserves Augustine Herald,will publish the above notice.
' '!. '. in city countrv.DIRECTORS. E. L. FRA2ER. 4 Handsome Grass Hammock Apply; to I April I IS, HIS. .10 ( m Florida, in and for the [ounlyo ton,

t'.:. ., influential Planter J. R. FOlrUfrnt, TO SPRING TERM, 1SI' Select School for Boys
Tie following :an Notice.
' William F.-lnaid N York. testimony the June 3, t"543._40 At hf!j ._ Leopold Charles! Greenberg (Limited to 25 Pupils)
\ Thompson, Payon Washington County, we take from 1.uol: -- --- lIE co-partnership Ixrelofore existii.g. betnccn Greenberg
r .1'.r IVtcr I*. Stryker, Matthew Rudsihtlc I Telegraph : HOUSE. T the siib f ril'Hsas dissolved by mutual consent I henry Greenberg,a ml Adolp Assumpsit TilE year is divided into two terms of twenty..

: .Time Taylor J, S. ilclut; re, Brooklyn.Oiviil Washington County, C:, January 5, IS 17. } on the 2th!July la"t. Mr. Isaac N. Drake is duly Kline, merchants and copartners! damages weeks each and two vacations of tw.aseeks .
.' Sanderson, G. F. Power Dr. Calvin. K. Hull-Dear lr-1 has:been a'oul BALACHUA! Florida.the house! authorized to close the business of the firm. in trlt uin.the name,style and) $10($). each. Pupils may enter at any lime,but in
piucrnd and & Co. Attachment no case for a shorter period than six months. 1101ourium. .
William J. Bowne. t three since I cnmmrnled lining your, Freer and J. W. SHERWOOD frm &I. Greenberg ,
years and occupied by J. for .$-3, SIO, $Ij, in advance.
WM. THOMPSON, Prcsilent. and Jlntl'Fntr on m, I DRAKE $ tj6 25. per quarter ( )
( plantation. I. N. 18.
: I i/l .
"i' E. F.. ia now Extras'
Nwoan.vilr -none.
; J. II. VOORHEES, fiecritary. have had large number caics of Chills and Fever pt SAMUEL QUAIL. William S. Carpenter.
: to accommoiLite Ruardrr Traveller?, and defendant and all other interests I The classes, in this school are so arranged,that
t' and some few of Billions Fever, and in no instance : rell Tallahassee, t 5, iSIS. THE persons
mike his Aue'ist
.. Agents are authorized to state to the CUi- of fcithrr/,i of Fever have I failed to etVrl! hopeby his exf-rtions to true.!* 3: comfortable take notice of the institution of (his suit pupils may pursue at their option,either an English

THE of this Company; that tli) ,' recognize a cure when direr lions were followed and they were a:possible. He attendance.ha* good stabling, and a Florida by attachment, and that they are required to appeal. or a Classical Course of Studies, to any extent re*

.'. the Court of the diflercnt States of tie Union, taken at the commencement of the t1i' "I hive frt rate ostler always!in Exchange. and plead to the declaration filed in this cause ac- quired. .
(! GEORGE M. GALPLV. !subscriber will continue; tIne business c.f the The School is,at all time to
iwherelhey have a tll) in caeof difletenceand had greater in using Pills, than with' THE cording to law. open public inspection
"UCrji your May 13. I IMS. 43 at the old stand, where lie will at all times
i'ulthdr JAMES T. ( and challenges a : with Seminary
(- Agents are intructr to conform to thei. any other medicine I have ever used in my family ; rn3nvite ARCHER ; comparison any -
.;.. mazes of other responsible Companies in the settle. there is i no doubt that when used according to dl.c-I Groceries, &c. be happy losre the old friend of the house and the Attorney fur Plaintiffs. of any grade or designation i South or North.-

.. 1 m<"nt of tOSjps.J t tions will: etlect: a tpfcdy and ,alical cure. 1i I1ekILBS.. $.'tCN HAMS, SIDES, and public generally. Persons indebted' 'o the firm will July 29, 1343. 2 tin 11. ALLAN.
!: .' : The subscribers hare been appointed Agents! by Your, with (!pct. IjtJJ _, SlIOl-LtoERS. I-1< ..<- call and settle their account it t an early day. Tallahassee, September 23, 19-19. 10 it Iift

t. : the above Company for Tallahn.** and its ,'icili''''. EMANUEL RROWN.I lull( ) Ibs. best Leaf. Lard, ISAAC N. JRA E STEAMER GLASGOW,

\ !. :: LEWIS & AMES. I >- The above valuable medicine, fre. genuine SOU) 11.. Carolina. Rice, August .1, ISIS. : Sentinel copy. Eatrayed tyax

_A'1U,1_12. I'.q. 4 Cm are f. r by LEWIS AMES IJ St. Louis Flour, 77ROM the subscriber's plantation,on Miccosookie
i; ___ .II & : Committed to I? Like, about the 10th of August last, small
July I I. ISJV 0 TlW, Jai.E
,; MEDICAL NOTICE. dun colored MULE. One of her shoulders
< choice and Wines
f )0 .I"n; Liquor NEGRO man named aged about
WILSON and VAN WYCK, late Professor Dr. Vegetable Pills A was sore when she ran off; when scared, she throws
.,.'. ( Spencer's :) b'!! double! rectitied Whiskey, 3vcar., ;feet '> inbf'highstoutand JAMES TUCKER MASTEH.
:, JR 'urst-Ty in the Franklin IMItal College of AND 10 dozen best Port Win?. built ; his wife, aged a.1'1lf the points of her ears very cloe together. Any per
'l M'lG.\RF.
f. : ..: I"ij! ) hive rmej ;rn-nartneithip for the Tome and RestoratIve Biftrr 10 rb.ll.irtVi le. t 2Uyearsand 1 11\ LI.t heir son,aged THE undersigned avails himself of this mode of son returning her or giving information where she TiII
MEDICIXE and and fortheINSTRUCTION the that the Steamer, may be had,will be rrasonaldv rewarded.
; N"cticlof SIRGERV Fur t'ie of the and Jlnlorin af 4 Sherry about'i years were picked up at sea, in a canoe a
... i OF MEDICAL .STUDENTS.: the PuriraluJ all .' Bloo., Accretions nf the % I O Claret few miles from St Marks light, on the 12th ult. by GLASGOW; i now performing her regular trips 01 Address GEORGE E. DENNIS.

. .' :_ Patients from a dl"tmcf: c.n be\t1 arcommodatf ( "tl NAin and /w'rrr, Morlii-l Humors, and Soap, Caudles: Starch. Cheese, Pickles! Olives: the St. Marks Pil.its. S.iid negroes say they belong the Suwannee River between Columbus and Cedar September 23, I IS 13 10 4t Miccosookie.

.. I I. and on reaomble terms the Hotels or illtl(. State t f t\r.Sylctn, SC.r1HE Oli'f Oil h, Catsup, Mustard, Pepper,Ground Pepper, to a Mr. Lloyd Hill of Marion County, East Flor- Keys. This boat i is strongly built of the best materials List of Letters tar

:."''. s'rivate Boirding Houses of the city,and r:i receive .E Pill and Bitters. have been raJIy! rain- Green :and Black Teasi.c., &.C., at the new crurerv ida, and were hit from Cedar Keys whither' they and propelled by two engines and capable 01.
... : "rom the Sjbcnbers. ouch Medical and < ::1.icl attention -. J. ing in popularity among all classes-arc not \ store rf S. S. KNIGHT. bad gone for the purple of malns their way ,to carrying one hundred tons I bet then, or 40
; as their cases may "piire. anong thuse ol I Joul'tful efficacy or experimentalcharacter April 20, ISIS. 41 New Orleans and are \i: the custody of the U. cotton, with' suitable; accommodations for forty pas. ISIS:
"..I. "' A limited number ot l OFFICE STUDENTS will but can be relied compositions S. Marshal, engers, t<( light draft, requiring but seventeen inch. Athby,Cap Hart, Oscar
upon Pure runaways.
'; ': be recei't..iaawiittieupphiei with Book. Plate. founded upon orc(1 therapeutic a principle: andconfided Sulphate Quinine The owner a i is requested to come forward, provepropery.pay es water,thereby enabling her to perform her trip: Armstrong, Richard Hobby, Miss Elizabeth

. : : \nallmi"al. all other' Preparations-will he regu1 in safe( pleasant, and efficient Medicine TiE subscriler. have on and take them away.Appl regularly at al reasons of the year between Colum. Austen, Joseph HarrisonRG 'IB
. a ounce Sulphate of which expenses! Ash. Charles 2 Irwin, John M
1 stir examined in the progres of their !studi*, according wherever a Tonic or. is needed! and where Q'linint. they lo G. W. HUTCHING, bus and Keys,leaving Columbus every TUE-
. .. "It'itt have obtained direct from the manufacturer, and .hion C M Jones,AlfouId
: to the mo'le pursued in tin- large Northern a Purgative or simple alone is uccde I I. the U. S. D M. for Middle District' of Fa. DAY: morning at 7 o'clock, A. M. and Cellr : Avery
they will warrant it to be a superior article. .AlmsLoucian Jerkins, Zachariah
Cities ; b* to and FRIDAY Should
compound dispense morning. patronage -
-yi tmb Pill, alone stand unrivalled. Tallahassee, September 2, IStS. 7 every
We have enlarged our stork of Drugs and ff'i.cinfs Burton. Jo.oph L 3 Johnson Joseph B Ii
-t. : and instructed in the minor will and have in thou;and l t.e extended, or the interest' of shippers requireher
They positively cure
;" : toery dry dutiei of the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cupping of Jaundice, Liver by recent arrival, and are prepared to execute to perform two trips per week, the proprietors Burnett, SamuelV Johnson, Augustus
cases, Vipel'j; Complaint, U. S. MAIL LINE
U : BanJiginz: &C. ice.Perluns the orders (for articles in our line at wholesale or retail cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the necessarychange Brown James P King,Smith D 4
". ) Eruptions of Skin S.loCtmpll inn. Gtneral on the most accommodating' terms. 'il Bullock. Florida 11 Lanier, Col H H
. ? no Private Oirice! i-i any American city of .or add another new boat to the line,of like p
icbili'yL i Appfr ,( I'respiration' We have also a few account due to us the H Lester, Miss Frances
Berry Henry
,. will afford a greater variety of new and approved kc. kc. As an excellent eradicator of yet fo capacity to the one now employed. .As soon as practicable" -
'j. remedies, or present more practical facilities for the these Pills and Bitters 1f'U.1 sear 1<17. They are urenerally in small amounts, this boat \i extend her trips up the Su- Boyd William 3 Leach. Miss Martha
a ftom system t arelncll'Jlf'l but if the whole could be would Gen William Larcader Robert W
'uJenU. The 1 paid shortly, go wannee riser to ( Upper Springs, and also up the Bailey, ,
indication reuiringSj1encer's far towards liquidatingceilain sums which we owe. Barber, William Lavender,Mr
with! .
In connexion this< : it be Withlacoochie river.
department may pro. '
and when should be taken ilhwit delas
ers, they _
, tier to state that as KODH as possible an Infirmary, the disease LEWIS &AMES. The would further state that he and 3 Croom. Alexander Mills Mrs Elvira M

fur the reception of both Medical and Surgical Patients a when jirettntite the of formation i. furred;of\11'1 acute I the vrinc, me i is -April-2->, I
will be opened, when *'u ; opportunity, practically ." ,lying diseases.Tallahassee and bowels when there are nervous irritations Notary Public .\tar.n, artU.,. C\nrttlon in IhrttJay', improve (the navigation and to Suwan- Corhetf Mrs C M Marshall,Wm
; ,
in time to lake the .Mail Boat river and for ol her therein menti Choice Rev Wm II lUeacham Banks
: -.' July' 20th) 15-1. on nee purposes !
when there are pains in the back ard when T.I TJ 1IU SURE. FLORIDA. P
.,, J. T. J. WILSON M D. .\orth the fourth day. enacted at the last session of the Legislature of the CupP. John Mallard. Miss Hester
lie kin i is hot, dry or wl>rn the n<*
; April lv4S.
) appetite I
:' C. C. VAN WYCK. M. D. elo\ : /PMIK Stage' will leave Tallahassee: on Monday, State of Florida ; (hat they have recently organizedtheir ColeAH Moon. Wm 2
i" when there chills when the
'. Julv 22 I rm; dream poor ; bad. in(( ; -Spring and SuinrnerGOOds. JL Wednesdays, and Fridays at o'clock, A. M., company pursuant to the provisions of said act, Craig & Daffin Moffitt, A P
. are ( r startling sleep.If
and arrive in Macon,(ria Quincy, Bainbiide Newton under the name and style of the Florida State Inter Cain, Ishsm, Munro, Wm
: r
the of of thesendications
Notice. taken on occunence any o al i Albany, Americus, and Perry) on Tuesdays nal Improvement and Steam Navigation Company.The Condor, Thomas Munro Dr ThomasCoe
: of disease, and BETTONARE & HIGGS
.. ..'. month! sfler date I apply to the lion. approaching: ; pain and Saturdays' : at 10 o'clock, P. M., in Company will soon complete their arrangement, Maj Jesse Parsons, Rev James 3
sickness be Thursayi.
prevented general asort-
SIX ib.l :may now receiving a large 4iid hich notice will for Dei. James N Porsoi. Joseph H
'. e of Probate for of Jefferson cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on of due be purchasing
: County The above Medicines, fresh and cenuine, are for SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS( jinn.
of of
. De John F Price Miss Martha JDothard
" for letters of dismission Monda Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A Cotton and other products of or make Witt.
;: as Administrator of Paul de ) (ounIJ.
sale LEWIS & AMF.S.July the
by attention
invite the of
to public. : James Rollins John II 3
. : Malhabe, decoucd. they M.,and arriving in Tallahassee oa Tuesday Thursdays liberal cash advances, upon all property shipped, ,
; 50 Kli. :
i I Tallahas-ee.
d'': RICHARD 1,1919. March 25. 15J' 3# and Saturdays at 1U o'clock, P. M This line when reuirell As soon nj practicable,a line of Driger,1.John Rollins. Juliet A Iia
." -- ---- ---- -- -
_ : J fcrs.n County, September !I. t HARRIS. : Medicines &c. Just Received, connect.with tire Central 1 Rail Road.Savannah, Augusta packets will be established by the Company Dcshouzh, Dr Lewis Rail,Eli
< fm Drugs, New and New De Wolfe Chas S Russe, James
fresh Milledzeville! and Western Rail Road to Co. between Cedar Keys and York Orleans
.pi.f Attachment. A T LEWIS &A1US' Drug Store, a supply limbos, Ga. also connects \\ilh the Mail Line. for the conveyance of freight and passenger, F.chnrdol\f.1jor John D Robinson Mr or Widow

., :. 1,Juttice't Court for Leon County. EDWARD BARNARD, JR., New and Medicines-fcinong \lich from Quincy I Chatfahoochie, and thence. to Apa. thereby securing to all its patrons a safe and expeditious Edwards,Mrs Louisa Leach

,:. : John S. Bond 2 Ddrict. received, by the late arrival, a are the foil wing: lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to mode of transportation, of their property to Edwrrds. Robert Rivers L F
. } ( addition to his stork of GEN DR. SPEClR'SF.FAfLE: PILLS Columbus in three days, and but one night will be eithei market a:well as return cargo to its place of R11ioU.R."Jo!>n B Scoff, Lieut W W
: ; M. > Atuount of debt .r .
.i .'', John W. DRUGS AND luUcnms. all of II BTERS. Com pent on the road between T.lbha.scE and Macon. destination. The rates of transportation will in no Eure. Whit Seabrook, Cap Joseph
.. defendant Florcy. ) are of good quality IO Cash. Designed for, and will rlr. Liver The public may rest assured that every attention will instance exceed those heretofore charged or allowedfor FrealenickJames A 3 Scales,J II 2 It
ri. : ,\ TUB and all other interested are iHAS general assortment of Ihe follow- : plaint, Piles, rrfut, Jaundice-and all kindred be paid to the comfort of thcje who patronizethis like services, but a materia reduction of such Florey, John V/ Stacy, John P
of the stomach impure may
c-mimencement of this diseases a disordered or -
Forrester. Alexander Slater
genuine, viz : rt.mltins Line. riles i is contemplated at early as soon as *1
suit attachment On pprio
by returnable to Ju lice' Court ;
i. a tale
Rowau-l' Tonic Mis- l"d. Forbes, Wesley Spears JoshcaryFi
a, Improved FARE: I he I increase of business shall warnl reduction.
be held .
; to at Tallahassee on the llth of December DR. WORM
( c>f Wild Cherry, Br3ndrelh'sIili. LOZFGf.S. FromTallaha to Quincy.$2 50; to Bainbridge The facilities to parties of pleasure and others "her,George 'eal'lm 2
,. next, and to appear and : to the The safest, most effectual, and oftrr
Given plead lme. Celebrated Cathartic Camphor preparation Albany,t 11 I,and to Macon, $'22. 1'0' visit the Kf !, all seasons of the year, one of Gibs n. Wm 2 Tnrbeville, Wilson D
under ;
band and seal this 4th of the fur Ihe eradication of WORM in
nay day September public
V. and Dinner hlff $5 Gordin, Mrs Eliza Ann Yarn T
A. D. Cough, L07enJfI. P.onpland'sCelebrated WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By : the most 1 healthy and desirable retreats' for invalidsand
ISlt. Fever and Ague Cordial, Children or A''Its.! JOHN M. VARN. Agent. I other in the State,and the beautiful and roman- Graham Rev A Willis,James

EDWARD M.Justice WEST.f the[L. s.] Thompson's Kje Water, McMunnj Elixir o Opium. JULI. COUGH LOZENGES, ;Dx:> Office at the Planter's Hotel T.illahassee-C.. I I tic scenery of the Su wannee will it i is supposed,oder Gibson J Willeams, Miss Jane LvPt

1 "f'i;( Peace. Sands SUapaill, Turner' Fever and Ague Pills, Will PRJVLT Consumption, and CURt all cases of Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in Quincy. : inducements to many to avail themselves so pleas Gnvton, Moses J'lilleam.., Wm T
September 9.1 19. % 3m Colds, AsthmaSpitlinrot Pains in the Side, E B.\t.EY c
Tyler's dito. Billions and AntiDysppptirPills 10. 1SI7. 5-2 I ant excursion. ,, Miss Sarah Wood. C CIfolderness
tRf j;: Notice. Heckwith- Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters and Shortness of Breath and al Pulmonary Complaints -- ----- -- This Company having as they believe, made all .James 2 Wimboley. W R

Spencer's Pills, and i is Agent fur S. P. Townsend's DR. J. REESE'S equisite arrangements for the convenience and accommodation Houck,Frederick Walker, Mealer
A LL. persons having claims against the estate of cellbralo Sar<3paria. in quart bottles, at $1 per -,L"O- of the public, they solicit its patron. Hurst Elijah R Yeoman Absolom F
..;1' XA. Ciiarle Laing, late of Benton County,deceased botle. AI.I. superior Lemon S\rup, prepared from DR. HULLS FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. age. *.* Persons railing for any of the above letter

are refjuwitcd to present them duly authenlicate. pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the Well Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure For further particular apply to Messrs. D. P. will please sat they are advertised.** ax
..' within the time prescribed by Uw, or I hey for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent of feeble constitutions and those of se-
4' wi sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London PERSONS I SMITH Co., Columbu! Mes=rs. SMITH &. HAR M. NASH, P. M.
debarred and all indebted' to and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jiee habits, arc often troubled with habitual &
; person fid (stle are Porter, &c., &r. Messrs. PUTNAM RICHARDS, October 7,1S43. 12 3tIn
Cents Box. costiveness, which often exerts: a unfavorable IRIS. ladion. &
make immediate very
requested to to prr
"i I payment June 10, 1S4S. .
t, C. T. JENKINS. 1 4 The al>o\e Medicines, fuesh and genuine, are for influence upon their genera! health' ,which is particularly I Cedar.Keys, or to the undersigned. Middle Circuit of
'. ...:.. JOHN B. ALLEN: \ Admi's. Groceries.SS. sale by LEWIS &AMES, manifested by irregulrity. i not total loss of .lW.TUCKER, the Circuit Court of

; ';"- Bentrni County S. s'.August 2.). I'I 2m receive Tataba'ie., Fa. appetite. In this( .system, thi* article And Proprietors. Florida, in and for the Connly of Waknlla.
KNIGHT continues to by every ves- Columbus, Florida, 22, ISIS. 22
For certificates of information i* confidently recommended. the January
itn 1S43.
. ,4..1 from New Orleans, LARGE SUPPLIES OF rccommen< a3ur"ncetht ) To Spring Term, A. D.
; Notice. lel the above Medicinessee future i ii inc dose is '
: properly adjusted so as not to
, FLOUR BACON, AND GROCERIES. He makes concprinl Leopold Greenberg, Charles Gree -)
'; which be ob. the bowels too actively, relief mabe relied W. 3. ]
.., A PPLICATION will be made to the next General it the interest every bu)er to and see him before pamphet. may move 1 W i i beug.llryGreenbetzafldAdolp; I Assumpsit
cal tamed of the without the least ,:
Agents. Attorney
even unpleasant
Zi. Assembly of Florida for an act ol incorporation they part wilh their upon any or con. Klir.e merchants and co-partners I damages
; .' to authorize a company to construct a Rail Road Irom August, S, 1S4S. money.3 Mach I IS. ISIS. : sequences resulting from Ihe use of common purga- iffonticello, Jefferson County, Florida, intracleusingtbenamestylcand, I000. C

t.t Cedar Key.or some eligible point on the Gulf coast, Cabinet--- tive medicines usully resorted lo. WILL attend the Circuit Courts the Middle firm of L. iH.. Greenberg &. Co. I Attachment
-" to the St. Maiy' River,or some eligible point on the Notce.SIX Making&c.., Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the ,and of the County of Columbia of theEastern for $4CG 25. S
.:.. .Atlantic coast, or the St. John' River. months after Adminis C O.PARTNERSIIIP-Tjae undersigned have associated preventive properties of this medicine by using it on Circuit Florida. S.w. j a
' '. i.. August 19. ISIS. 5 3m of the estate of Charles Bt-ckstein late of themselves together,and from this date the I first imatioi of an approachingatfack. Thereare Monticello.August 22. 1S46. 5 William Carpenter. interested
.J:;, Qc>- The News, Jacksonville St. Au. Leon luunty. will present his accounts an I vouchers the two shop will be united and the business con- some constitutions' liable: to regular attacks of rpHE defendant and all other peasant of thissuit

will publish the above I luald.months an.1 I bture lon. Judge nf Probate for said County ducted by LYNCH 3t. VINGERHOETS. They are Bilious Fever almost every fall ; to such the Ul of Doctor John P. Duva JL will take notice of the institnticr*
J1'tint. appear
Iln' thea accounts this ald pray a final settlement and discharge from prepared to do al descriptions of work in their line, clne is recommended, beginning to use his professional 1 citizens by attachmentand that they are repaired1 C
;: ET :: otct. said estate.T1IERESE. with fidelity despatch,and on as reasonable term by the middle of May or first of JUle. i OFFERS ee and surrounding country Office and plead lo the declaration filed in I his eause.a'cording

Y S : Medical Notice. BECKSTEIN, (By l'Irltnt' ,) for cash or approved acceptances as any workmen in Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experienCe in Wm. Wilson's> Building, over Hay ward's BookStore to law. C

.' I O. triRT, M. D. J. L. CALK, M. pDR JOHN K bi.: CORCE. the country. The continued patronage of the public a sense of fulDeS.ei ht and oppressionabout Tallahassee. JAMES T. ARCHER;

', *. WIT & CALL have associated Mv2'. ), I V )% 41 6w is most 1 respectful I lolititell the stomach wil find this medicine February 26, 1S4S. 32 Attorney for Plaintiff- S
tum'fl K. August 12.1S4S. 4
"K VV1J in of Medicine ------ -- afford almost immediate r C
practice Surgery, ,
:.' oflVr their ser ices to the public. & Hamilton Tax Sale. GERARD VIXGERHOETS.Tai'ianassee Ladies near their confinement oCe' suffer from John P. Duval Thomas Jeff. Heir,
4 ; O. ce over Drug Store Monticello. Florida. B v virtue of the power vested in me by law, I r ivem!>cr 0, 1S47. K htarlur and costiveness' : to article is ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

;\".' :: t Auznst 5. I IvH.. 3 lyNotice. !hal expose for sale, before the Court House QULKY FOR: S.il.l. Apply to" highly recomrnendid it can he used without the ATTORNEY AT LAW T ILL piaflice in the Ciioiil Court in e ch)>
door, of Hamilton J.'R. and with benefit. In sick in the Courts of Middle Florida
ton Ja"le. County Fln- I.- FORTUNE, least t dant. great or nervous WILL practice V\ of the Middle Circuit,and ia toe Su*
i\-. jida, on the fust' '' November l',-ls, the June 10, t 1M V 47 At the Tin Manufactory. headache it is invaluable. Court of Appeals, and the United States County Court and United States District Court alS

'; SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. following described property, or so much thereof as Attachment. This article will be found to ae a a pie ant cordial District Court at Tallahassee. Tails preme hassee.Mnnticello..
; e of Probate for Ihe County of Jefferson, \11 pay the Stale and County Taxes due thereon for and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the Office in Wm. Wilson's Buildings,over Hay ward**
In Justices Court the January 20.1849. 33'
r.1 t( for letters of dismi""ion a Administrator' de bonis thf year 1M7. to wit : for 21 Jisljct offaon county. same time fulfilling every intention that the common Book Store, Tallahassee.: "- _
Justus R.
#j: non 0.Karquhat Macrae, late of raid County,dec'd. The South Vest quarter of Section 31, Township Fortune Agent ) purgatives are intended to effect. It purely .t February 20, 1S4S.. 32 Notice, -
.: ; RICHARD HARRISON.Jeflerson 1. Rinpe 13. South and East,purporting to belong to t >Debt 019 50. tlabt. and when used according to the directions months after date, the undersigned will pre

J ." ._ Coonty, September 9, IS 1 18. 8 Cm William: J. Mil,. defendant R H Whiting.and all ) found an i valuable article,especially to t those G. W. HUTCHIN8, SIX their acconnts and vouchers to the Honorale -
HorianfWiij T. BAISDEN, Sheriff, Tit rthrrs are hereby notified of afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver, > Jule of Probate of Benton County, and apply
tP54i; Sale. a'd ex of/'io Tax Col. Hamilton Co.for '47.Aprils. commencement of this suit, rfturnahf to a or General Debility. AUCTIONEER for letters of dismission as Administrator and Administratrix

' PIIG HORSE is a good serviceable an.imalworkswehlpricelnw. I I 39 I Justice* Court to be held I' on {th Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county T.1LL.1HASSEK, FLA. of the estate of William Boyd,late of
L Tile day ol October. next, and to appear and plead to the Georgia and for sale by appointment atE SALES in any part .the county' attended to, and aid County, deceased.

..., WAGON ii covered, and will b a good Leather Top Bugg for Sale. same BARNARD Jr's., solicited. A. & A. CLARK.
'" tJ' plantation rr market Wagon. Price low. one second HorI Rarnuch. Given under my band and seal, this 2d day of August Drug Store 'alabusee. JEFENFNctl: Administrator and Administratrix.

Appl/to J. I FORTUNE. Agent.. ALSO Apply! lo lre. R. FORTUNE A. D. 19. DANIEL LADD, H. BOND, Esq., I I LLOYD & FL.GG. Augusta Benton Co.. Fa., July t. ISIS 50 6gL-

lt: _fVptemb r16._ 1819. 9___ Jun-3, I 1SH. 46 Al the Tin Manufactory. EDWARD 1. WEST, (SEAL ] Monticello, J. W. ARGYLE, F q., | D. C. WiLso.t, Esq Notice.
of the Peace. Medical
Justice 22, 27
: January 18-9.
, I Bot andlioe rIag. DR. J. S. BOND August 5, IS4-?. 3 3in HARDY BRYAN, T lIE undersigned have this day formed a easpart- 1

: nplIEoniersigned n"d.huinKr'tch d the LEWIS Agent for Thomas county,Georgia. M. D. nership under the name and style of TAYLOR
' t aid mar -:,zl. of Lu AI. OFFERS his prore8ionalericf!to the citizens &AMS; May 2', 1517. PAPYI1L'o & PALMER for the practice of Medicine and offer
.. .' J .f RrHrKJ>.who i i. abut leaving- the State0reipectfDhly .ee and t the Itrolnding country DFALYRSINURUG 4 @ their professional services to the public. They hope-

.i'f friend and the Office at Cnl Fisher's Hotel. MEDICINES PAINTS on. DR. ('. I. BUNTING, WJL Practice in all the Courts in the Ruddle by l attention to business, to merit a continuance ol
public that he is at present at the stand where May 20.( I C 1. 45 if! Office on the first floor of the Cap former
' : f
, I J prepared to execute all work }his line with, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, if., Window Glass, SURGEON DENTIST, I itol,South room formerly occupied by theSecretary patronage.B.. WALLER TAYLOR, M. D.

. .A1p..M1j'; promptness and despatch. He .on hand the finest i NotceIs PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, TTAVING permanently located in Quiney,Forida.I of ng.Territory.,. THOMASW. PALMER M- D.

; of calf skins, and all noils of materials, and will HEREBY GVEN ., the next sesjon of Apothecaries Glass Wnrc, &c. JLJL lenpectfully tenders his services to i November 1:, 18 t5. 1 Monticello.Fa August 1.51 1849.3 3m
: make at short notice, and in the b tt manner, GEN. the General Assembly ol the State of Florida, rp HE above constantly on band,and for sale a the .the various branches of his proftuion. From his -
$. TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES o/ everyt' de.rip- application wil'' be made to that honorable body' for X lowest market prices. experience and success in pratic. he feels assured 'I JOHN EKSRINE.ATTORNEY Patent Shower Baths.

. :'i tion. Boot t fooled, soled.and otherwise repaired the grant of a charter of incorporation for a Rail LEWIS &AME or being able to please those who may patroniaehim. I AT LAW the Tin Manufactory may be badaataed.
good style and at reasonable! cha e. He will warrant I. Road to extend from the town of St. Andrews rn Tallahassee, November 20. 1517.. Dr. B. rert the public to Qulucy, Florida. AT convenient SHOWER BATH, intended for

:' his work to b equal to any done in the place West Florid*, to a point upon the Chatlahoochie Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, att.nd the Courts of Gaddden clamber. It occupies but little room, aod-is enclosed

e it and to give I good satisfaction at to fitting River, at or near the section of boundary line be- Martin, Smith &. Thorn, Gen. C. II. DuroxT, Dr. R. E. LITTLK. WILL the JUltie' of Middle Florida. so as not to drip water on tie floor
.any I
r.1?, other workman. wetn Flcrida and Ak>:amt ritk laid river.Jnly2ft Commission and Forwarding Merhanta Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited and the Courts in the Circit adjacent Counties of Georgia. June 3. ISIS 4P --<

JOHN LERCH. 1t4. S -i No. G2, Poydras Street on at their residence I usual. November 22, 1843. 13 tf Cotton.

\ May 8.1 '47. 41 t Western Produce and Groceries. NEW-ORLEANS, LA. September Il. 1847.- 8 c 03* Sentinel copy. inn A BALES-COTTON wanted by the sub'
L. THORN. higbest'tnart'
Molasses Barrel JUST received a large roppty of PROVISIONS Refers to Six Hundred DoUars.XTANTED Horse and Buggy lylMJ scriber, for. which the

tJml VERY CHOICE MOLASSES BARRELS for GROCERIES at the store of 3 A. Bestwiclc. S. S. SALE. to price will be paid. '
20 Argyle, Sihle1.Tallahassee.J to Apply %.
\ purchase Hundred S.F...BVRNE
.1.! lh. Ster. of S. 9. KNIGHT. immediate1. Bi FOR
a S. S. KNIGHT. J. .. Sma1.M R. L EdtnoBrli", Quincy, I V Dollars in L. &II. GREENBERG &C0> IVRemoval.
hu IT.I34LS. June 10,184T47 8lttt. September ,.1343*
'lu ry n't l9lS.9. S. S. KNIGHT. September 2, 1545.- 7

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