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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 28, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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1iJ.U1t. that li.is i their fru-inl nn this great

iittanl Etiolation! pawd at the First Session question.' Ik riul.irsrs Milfan I HUmorc'-I

of the Thirtieth [on-rus. about iotii'ni, and! .ivs not a word from \"lii"I li

HE FLO DIAN. he inferencerah t te drawn that !IH' i il "i.II #
N ACT m .kin for li'ltHYII
.j N \ !; appropriation; -
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I h! rr ectn'ti anJ <* ta'"li-liiint of the a'me.j people :
{. it rn irfW 4y lilt Senate and Ihiuepf litprcti'tt't .
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e "",' tie. anJ III) ure ar,' hereby t.dt. :approjf3'II BY SIBLEY & DYKE) SATURDAY ER- 28-.1848. ''TO :. XX. .NO.1. noticed Iu our last the arrival! elf> Mr*
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
b' paId out 0" af rnnIy' I Ille trt.ultr) not oth4 : EJward Fitvgrrald Beak, (in> :r\II".1I f.r
; a-'prilrJ.lo hI enhll? the ofrr .
S rtlir .
-" oo Coiiitnodore Truxtun
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b tI urry the ptoviinni of fIei ict into -= -p -' a pasxcd muMiiprmn.
t rlfft. : "e'l p,< rit.l.hulcrrr.1 a good title loanj landwlnihit ,olin: ofdiscritiiiiiati.sg rise .light (rim another an-l i'' I TIlE CONTRAST. ; in this, that q-iention his been put at rest, ando who arrived on Js.iturdajr eTniii. in thi
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tmy nlpe: ..cannot, (I.,- "lijiiuilBJ determining (the Ci.(ati av. .,c from a lihl, it -5 fir the Union has been preserved.) s'eamfr Au u.la. lie I ill jnst from Citniino*
sii bi-j term,, or the t'xclu:iv'.> I nt| to ncht.T ) lie said Secretarv .lal! he of opinion that 111 d,scorr another of the slave loraJnnts' and has
r. But pha e squadron IhH
be ar'lured: *>y ci-s-ion. wln-ie the inttrt mem.such i tiul sd f its value. WHO IS FOR US, AND WHO AGAINST US AT THE NORTH. now comes ; performed
t nnot I to (hn Stales it most that has been known
( Unite t State* demand it,before the appru- 1HJIIT. C. WINTIIROP, agitation. Disclaiming as rapid journpjr ever

: &ol'i"ucld"til' 1 > **xv fjU' into the *u plus fuud. i-. Spe-vkir of the Houe of UtprCent tc!. \\ e give in our columns (this morning extiacts from (lie Addresses of the Whig Stale fastens upon the territories. It assumes that! from the Pacific lo Washington. He left
a'3 an,! *' ch rasej the appropriations slull br G. M. DALLAS, II we of the north are wiser (lo frame domestic Commodore Jones at Ln Pat on tho 1stf
al \u-e I of the United! State and Convention and the Democratic State( Central Comrnitlert( Massachusetts.( These
-Vlic-* l< s the objccU lot wbkh. they are made at re.dent institutions, for territories thousands of miles .tiigtist! t. camp l hy Mazallan and arrived at the
) 1'ieM'Ient, of he Addresses before IJ'e that thrm in full. The
; within tw > alter the merlin ofae I Semite.' are regret we cannot publish extracts
tm-, years frat ;; the under their ,'Iiticilorginization Purl r.f San las the 10th and his
t K. 1'OLK. ofT: than people own p nn ( pushed
!1* ll. nt to the f'sge: ot tIsi.act.iaI J\nS however convey the spirit of hoth.re solicit the attention of c\cry Southern man to this
1.! Iltl. herein any Iu.l'h Und lays to wit : in Approved ,Augu-t 14. L'49. new nd conclusive testimony of the fact, that t the Northern people! are not allotailld Itf and : ( will be to make local laws for way I Iy horses and nui! M across the country

;I\IF NO. 10).-. ACT for-the of Ihe( fourth our rights-that the Democratic prxrlj': of the North :are vith its, and il we nre only true to themselves. to the city: Mexico, where he itrrited nn the
hell at th on Pond i-land : payment north that this is i lie '
For afoz light-house The democrats of ihe say 17th. vas detained by Mr. ( !lilifurd
'bee river, bundled regiment a(Ihe second brigaded (the third division ourselves in the present crisis the Union of ihe Slates and the I Kightt of the South( ni.\y both
K seven and
: "Ilh (-I iut lllljan ol! the Vermont anti-republican because it deniesllie right of three days HIT despatches, and in 49 hour
t. militia for srl'icc! at the be pre erved. In reference lo (the documents from which we extract, it has lecll11 HI
'fLarI't.rbaoI >' beacons in Casco one t hO'nnJ: battle of Platt.liurg( served by a Northern writer:' :- the majorty to govern and lo frame govern- pa\f'd from Mexico to Vera Cruz, about 373

: bJ. Be it tnattrd by the Sttiale and House of Rrprtarntaticm "The Whig Address will that the only difleienee between Northern Whigs an.IXQrthern moOn!, within their duties to the Union, as they mile sleeping nut t more than :cn minutps at
JJr" of Ihe l.'nited America in prove
INM\KTT3. 'ale r-f .\ time. from Vera Crux he sailed (Id Mol,.!!l '
please. "
atsniilltit! That the Abolitionists is in their candidate It is ( for local in ihe States may f
j Im'w at the m"ulh) of CII"U' pioper accounting( ol- : a struggle power
For lijlit i Parinol r "tr.in and armed here
ji Trt-rtA'.peCod.threelhousand jive hundred dollars. fleets.ot .hI Th.a"11)be,and they are herein, ali hu- lo be used by either lo agi'.ale: ( the slave question, and entnIi'r the Union. ,The Northern on Saturday evening. Mr
and ri7ed and ( adjust and Settle the claims for The The Wh'gs! rely for their only chance! : ofiiccess Bfali- crossed from the Pacific at San HI!; g t .
i house uiili'M General lor.
For a li.htIflbh1'e at Sankatylei I j Whigs cannot even Massachusetts: (hey alxHitianhr Taj
curry
keelr's one m"nth'f'in'; ol the officer and soldiers( ot I the influence of abolition.isrn ) the iiilfat Vera Cruz in the .
twelve solely unexampled'
Nc..ct! ;. of of upon
ih the
I I. d'J'rl' Southern Whigs connive at this, and I line become most t-flectire} allies ( party
the luurtli( in (the second brisride! of the
Fur haibor: light at .lnia. thousand: regiment in New York, Pennsylvania, Olio'! and ney often( dajs on the road and was detain
JIll l
i is Ihe
thud d'i.iml.r the militia nf the State: of ermo'II, disunion in the free Slates. The Union ol' tho Southern and Northern Democrats (
4\llbr", iit on Palmer's New Hedfjixl i\hoseived at the battle. ot PldtMttirg, on the elevenlluby only barrier to disunion b>% a Noithern COIlf.Jr'ratipn.rC! ask the attention of the the plurality free states, (lo draw off enough cdat Mexico I three days Hebring t'ffpafrh'ct '
for a blI.n i-lind. frien'l'l Democrats the free soil candidate( to reduce (to the Secretaries cube State and .
I of thousand! hundicd Nary.He
one
upon
,three t housand. fiv-p hundred tl.4 tare. :-September eijht of the Union, North South and West to time National promi I upon which (the )
and fourteen, for their military services on (that the for Gen. Ca below that of found the full of inJlurr.ctton.
oc- vote !s
fr :I'zht '"VH hundred ca.iln. that the same he paid out of any niomj doomed to disippoinlment i robbeiie ntid) murder Ho \
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tlHrtv-fivc Gen. Taylor. Thej' arc paed rrrTpni'irdcrrd
dulaf. in (tit hot and circulars. Exhibit these! official expositions of(he Whig and Demo
Fcr a "jur buoy mrml!. of Little \0'1 treasury ot'rwit 3lrruprial'(1 lour papers your but the design is not iho le's iis- bodies on the. road.: It wa% saul nt
Appictcd H, ISIs.NO ciatic New side side aiftl let (the Ilt'cill'llih is National
one on thee August ( parlies( of Kngl.ind: : bj people :
t Hole "r : .t teily part of lllnl that. Mexico that there only flOflOfl
honest in itself disreputable( lo any jmly ( were aJoull ) (
iHsiI one on the southwest point, and one on theterthwc'4 which is Constitutional, and which abides by (the Union as our Republican Fathers made i iL"!
point of I Haw: e'* shal. oneontheea tcrlv' 101.-AN AfT for the relic of (the widows claims to belong to the whole Union, and oft lie 33,1)00,000) left on hand ; find when it
pout ft "!otn'* .htnl.; in Mi) !u'I.ct chaa I I." and and orphans of (Ihe olccri.camC1( and inarims ol retracts from the address of the Whig State I I office soil would be found; in a hopele: minority deeply ,Ji.n-\llo! thai Union.In i i" fill! exhausted; fears are entertained of art

thire at the mouth sf| Parm river Tiuo, five bun- t lie l -ol-\\ar sJfor.. Contention of Ma&suchiis&eUs, S'113., I ( at l lait in one branch of ihe Legislature, this view let us consider the free oil insurrectionary spirit; and of serious disturb.anre .
( ; and the upper buoy at I !. to.\n .n- I \nrnfu the elilJ St.ite l.ris-of-war Sumac 1e4. I and thr glorious cause of freedom thrown !
!rt loin. II ;: i (, at in t tin- oil I the naibor olVera i Ustie, and the duty! of democrats! concerning '.
> remo\1 'RIIODi to the shoal ISLVNI point),(I Cape POP.IX : 1' "'o Cruwhne s.a.1
For a t'lphin on Long Hed, in Providence ri er.n .n.rc. < 1:1 the pioHcriition;: (.1 Jio,; .tililKS against and Original Free Soil Patlj-I I Nor i i' it at all improbable that the election It has ever ben a fin hmcntal: principleof Mr. Heale! tring i-j i about the real El

liti of 1 the' '""i,' now placid! one hundred: a'i rnctnj% .f thi.. r-pulilic : Therefoie.Ke I flu?, f fellow citizens, we uMrees you not( I ( of Cass will make sure, the clefr-a': of (the the: democratic( party to admit into Dorado, t the gold region: in California. His

-.tdtwcuty d"U3r.} tlre. it "frlcllif the Stnntr Stairs xnd cf.liHrtica.llovtf of in Itrjirrsciitatircioflhel'nilid Csit-- only as Whigs, but as Northern Whigs, as i Wilmot! Proti.r> Jn rate '!f his drrI .. it ilenliul elections none but national i i" prrli-I account of the extraordiimy richness of (ihtf

For a spar j bu.v' at each of tlie following places toitoffI'lumV I I "al fU"blrd, That the widow, if an} vich there I Massachusetts Whigs. We stand \\hein our ', ;trill In. said ; that the whole question ACT been cover the whole Union. This has ) .' gold! surface, and the: excitement it had pros

beach point ; on Manna Wirkford rock ; ri I I tie, and in ca'e t there tie nownl-nv, t the childrrchildicn glorious Commonwealth has always stood on \\submilled tolhrj>ro],'. and the!/ hure dared source of the uniform success of tlic democratic( ilured arning all classes of people, inlrtbitantd
Fiat rck ; a'J on Uill Iher'l rock, near and tCr' be no child i (then I the !pin'tit or 'the labor < tinl lhat X.mthrrn rifinlf inth thi ir rol''rlJl11
tea h'lTiiIrc-d! dollars.Tor j I i platform Office a fur lorn ; parly of the Uiron. of the country and the towns, among seamen
if there to the (
two huavs and a spindle at tlic tnculh of PJVotack -- .. a parent>;i'J Si,terj anc who arc are triinor no*.parents ant ussr!. r the, hr..lhl.r.ap(if ,free toil. The Whigs of the North, and t'Iinol be fjceludfd from these trrri'vries. 'i hal Now this free soil question so far from be. and soldiers, are confirmrd. Ly letters fnurt

riser two hundred dollars. I i cishtt-rn ears at t the (tune ot n.d !lice of t tIe 1, oll.cers, pecially ihe Wliigs, of issarhusetts! ; ma; :t :argument; WHS foiii; : I to be! all-powerful in in;* a national is.ue, is exclusivelv'sectional, Commodore Jones and from Mr. Larkh, thn
IN CONNECTICUT. eamen and marins, who wore in the H' ice ot the I rigJitfulljcl&irn lire appellation oflJif fitc i< (lie case Texis aime-at'on, aid: it v.ill !be te-i! i
i For F her a light-boat*. island 9 to<.ijti1 bo.placed.in thousand on Ccf l dollars.IN Ora>".shoal j' Unitisi Sate! and l lost in (the United States brip-of- soil parly. Our Whig delegation iii Congr0 i found equally} potent I in tli s ca***. south, and i is w narrow in its applica'ion: that fornia. Mr. Deale states that .the \\ hater4hal

: IW'om} .. I sear' Somer in. shall the tra intilhd(m.t to.stheriea.prnpriatttl and receive; out olanv for more than a quarter of a century. ha* :' C C C (Oregon b-ing already K'keu, away) it ha' : suspended their operations--the captrvni

F. three lanv: on Ihe Hudson rive( ; one at the I Ifj.t.ab'.11 money qnal I to t tutlve'HY of (tlu'l ret 'I.ecu uniform in resisting (the extension of h. 1 There are a few dNsitNfied whigs who hut two remote and spare territories to stand permitting their seamen to go to the gold r(-

titreme part of iinle\est Point; one at the ln-nd of the i >prctivcdec:i,UI .a!eil relations. mJlh"'la l, in addition. t\ verj' In IS.'JO: when .ikansas vac admit, say they feel indi nint at the attempt of the npnn-wht>!e soil, babiis: and climate are to- Zion: upon condition that every ounce of gold
two north of Cal
.1 oftlie river; and one *t killjn.il'Pr\Je!s ll,mk.on tl(>e piy due lo (the tlcceascd at the date( cf the loss ofsaul ted into the Union, the voice Massachusetts! slave power to extend this institulioti into tcrritorj' ally( unrongenhl to sat'<." Then again tile cearnen o'.lained! should! be given to the(

twi" "miles north of the city of Hudson, one hu-".*<] \a-el. was heard against the slave feature of her now frre. S. do re. And we are the brief space of lime in which it can act. captain for $10, making fix or seven dollar

sad fiftv dollar I I Approved Au-'i-t 14, 1SI" Con titution. The late and lamented Adam refcolved as firmlj! as (hey ran he, to resist 1 is the transition from a territorial to a sate fly the bargain. Tho towns were being evacuated

Forthreeispar bnovs at the mouth (,f Port JelftrsonJurlh'r NO. 102.-. ACT in relation to niilitarj laid moved to amend the bill, and our presaut that unholy attempt, and to do all in oMrpow.er government when the latter can establish or -mechanics, &e., going to the uttractii: rr

For east. Lin! ,*parb'iovs Is-land. one to bundled uide ifieNinto and eight Niagara dollars" .: warrants. worthy Chief Magistrate, Go,'. firing, need to confine slaveiv within its present limit: abolish slavery as its sovereign pleasure,justas pot. The two newspapers had been 'u'pen-

nfer from I like Erie, and into Ulack Rock harbor, Rr it cnarltilly the ,S"lllt anti Ifumenf Jhfiflentaticentf this emphatic language on (he floor ol the Under all tin ciicurnslances of the ca'.'. we Massichusett? can now da. ded-(the compositors going ofT to gather gold

fe-ir hUJrl1 l d..ll:tr*. the Cli/\ l Stairs non-ccmmiisiorn-d of_1tnctira in L'ongrtsi House, on that occaion :_"I I never can consent are satiMled( that (th! ? election of ( Cfl. Taylor! The Souih( siv, let the new states come fur themselves.

TIe a Ui t-house upon the North Brother, near ,, musician atscmlfctl'Tiaany c
)IhrlOit', Ca.'t river, if a title to tie site can be .htjinfJ sal! receive and hold in hi" 0\I tight a land war-\\II a vote or do any other act which shall sanction which we all have at heart ; and ue advise I states! had, and where is the power lo deny Mr. Larkin to the Secretary( of the Nary,
UnO satif cti' t trms ten thousdnd dollars.IN .
ry
I :rnV.VSVLVANIA.Fora rn i uucdl( >; the government ol the United( States (the principle or extend the existence and t forewarn our whig frit'mh.'lin have: them this richt in their loral concerns which he received from Mr..Beale, and for

ligh.house "! the tone 'ier in the river ((ub'lm r.r military service, may Wate,land(the same in to one private legal: l slavery. In the deep conviclion of my 01'1 formerlj acted with us, tint: an oilier course Hut beyond this the free soil i-siie'rests up. which we arc indebted to (the courtesy of tliflSecretary.
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iiOI on 311 public subject (
Nllurc.lwn Midi.nfire; thousand dollars.IN entry', ta.'injsaid:land at the price at which the I believe it to bo politically and morally 011.1: end in the election) of Gen. Cas, anti on the single moposition( that Congress shall .

MAKVLAND.F : .same is eubjicl( to private. entry, ai.d rccknunp the wrong." During the same Congress on the consequently: in the further extension( of slave pa-s a law prohibiting slaverj- in ihe territo The danger in California is from the want

I ..r tllr a liht- thousand h.u".on luc maCketl.nC'1! hundred dcllar island, Potomacfircr. I, variant at one d hil r and enty-fivo cents per acre bill for rifling the mails, for which Van liiiri.. .*MJCI! are our convictions ai.d such webeliexewill ries. of food for the residents, and sl(ill more fur

For a -nar( Lu"v in PotOIIMC; liver, above Rozi.'r's I I for the nuinlur ol acres tI.rcin 'contained but nodaim, and paving ron gave the( casting vote, our distinguished be the conclusion: to( which all C C C C C C the stream of emigrants* n'ould not some
il ,
rj} ff. nti e Marjlatid -idf,between Alexandria exist thE on lai.uuiee.the government anv in to mine p.iy> ;fur any shal! en Senator from Worcester made: two able! and] free soil whigs wi.1 1 come on due reflection.paircr. history will show (that the "omJu 'it.1p of our merchants find it a profitable speculation

i Furl Vasl.irL-ton, fifty lolU-! aid warrant( in molt\ manly speeches in which he denounced (the lI1\tf'riaI"of Abo'ilioni at the North hive (to send rargors of biscuit, flour, &c. round (ta
Fir five b'joy to be placed on the shoal
ia W.coinic par river two.hundred and fifty GrEat dollars.IN Approved Anin I 14, l"'l*. bill as "establishing an eipiomge: a ciu. Address: fiom the Democratic State: Central! from the Jars ofih Hartford Convention till! I the Pacific coast 1U'e

VIRGINIA.Fortwolulit -_ .- ., till) into the contents? : of the mails: which Commilte' of Massachusetts.1'eUoir ( now been wielded! by the Federal! pirJy to repeaf.lhat( this' wonderfully region

houses on Sand Shoal!' island, to (lie fl.r'ol. Jrjrrson [ Son in law cf \0,1,1'folate I its sanctity, and frustrate the Citizens .Massachusetts d of the recp.iu the ;political power which thev Jot in just acquired by the present administration*
(bceJfoas to guide vessels in the br-t and t-sfe-t Hen. Taylor and one of tb! fighting and whole desgn: of it." He regarded it a*, a I : cf 1901 by the triumph Democratic Virginiaover ms in every re!p"ct depreciated by Me srs.Veb .
into Sand Shoal inlet, be tfl'O7l.1h1e democrat of Massachusetts? ,
1aMr or to placed ,oa.to I I:I: herding heroes Buena Vi.Ia-out for violation! of the freedom of the PI"l""", ai.d as a Federal Massachusetts.Abolitionism \ .fer. Bell, & Co. It was reported( as not
pMe into Matchapungj, ten thousand o ihough rarely in a imjority in the State, 'liarsty I
r.f&Ct: Cats and Kutler. measure which I would! enable the ruling par- dais at lint denounced and) des.pi worth po se"in and Mes-rs.I luemC.. Smilh4V
i :iflC- the Jetlerson and John
IN NORTH CAROLINA. I Ji'tmlh .\risfiif>iant Srf 21 lh. of the country 'to exclude fiom th? lII.ai! a 111,1: "nci ,odwh! n weak, has, b"en n'Iret'!. p!te.l! I ', ('n., are even anxious tog've: back lo thr
V-iamn 1.51011 thetuselves popular minor.
in a
For a beacon light on he upper jet tee. Cape Fear political information which wa tll"I ugh1! ::. ] : and vehemently courted by (the Whig party J Joftlie \1."ir:1I1: :o\'rnml'nl.
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TJve!three lho< ld'e i undred dollars. COT JEIiEn'OX DAVIS AT HOMK-HIS sprne 'Ih'1 J the L"n- .
I II
vcrcs to its III t ercst. From that I periodIIP! Cornmonwealth j I J'I';; North, when it be:an to draw: from Marl, (toO : this i is the country ** 'hieh ihr'
For a tH-nrcn tight on Camp! !!a ljmd, same J'1S fwivdpration: (; niakus t them 1 jealous cision '
rirerthrce thousand. 1 five hundred'.! >llais.F IX THIS ('ITV.Wlntever !t hare uniformly opposed the ti'nt- t the preservation cf the I Union and) of t tlic I supremacy -I their ranks ; whil the Whigs of the Snl"h'l !a't House of Representatives( has left without

; .ra beacon luht. at Orton Poilt. same. river, mi' i1. itij* persons! unacquainted slavery, and the encroachments of ifs of I the Democracy ftl.c I Union for have at trait winked at it, if not flt'l'or: an organized government-no provision made:
tires tbousand five hundred dollar with the lofy! character of Col. Davis may Th(')' have advocated the riglt of ; amalgamation, under! the assurance of their! i for the public lands-and none for (the collection

For a light boat at the ll"r-e Shoe\ ,same river be- have: etiteitaiued in re;;.ird to his position (to. petition(I denounced I the gag 't, 1:1 condemned they se (this one great fact limning through. Northern friends (that it was the only way fir 0 of revenue, at a time when so much could
t-tntlie New inlet auJ Prince's creek, ten thou.uo all our I history' tiz : that the democratic( parly
1 J1 m. wards the democratic pnity in I the pending in the strongest terms the annexation have alone preserved this Union( and (that the Whigs to jret( into: power. I be obtained hem its increasing resources iIT.

Fer"!beacon liehti placed in the bet manner at I political: canvas, none, now that he has returned II f'I''xal. They I't t C(I against' the lli" of the democracy has been Southern Whigs, in the r earnestness for
cre'k came river, ei i\thousand . ( to \1i si "il'l'i. from the arduo'is. labor slave I feature t in the constitutions I, of Floridaand ) supremacy political povar abroad and their impatience S. Navy AOE:CT,

For on the two west li<;ht-hnuoes channel placed of the) in fame the hat t ,mannerS and a !I of the last csMnn of Congress, and boldly and Texas ; against 1 the introduction of slavery and can be sustained only! of along minority at home hare permuted this I Montefey CahifurniaJtihy! 1, 184.

Iwpcr's house nn Oak i ilatid. nile thousand tr! .lUrs. i frankly addresse l tlte: people can I louder have into Iowa, and Oregon New Mexico HYT11E f IRttr.MON sotTJlF.Rf'iD NORTHKUX process to go on unrcbuked, and art thus the SIR : Since my last letter to Jon, writcn( in

For :'bny on the \\"e:tern bar, a.t 1 anoth at I IIP a doubt. He arJdre "cd a very l.irge meetingof and California: ; against pa) lug ftlr nniawaj- DRMOJ'KATS. mod ejfectire allies of yorlhern Abolitionism. San Francisco, I hare visited the "Placer) ,"

t'p oTt1se point; of 0.1 island, lame ri..r, five huu- : the people of both parties in this city, onSatuiday slaves, and in favor of the abolition of slavemyiii At This tnomenl they are strengthening (the or gold region California, and found all that
crisis of false issues and
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sired c.Uar. exening lavt( anrl emphatically( de. (lie District i of Columbia, in even t fi.rrn in In t I present hands which th -y pretended to believe would had been represented to me. My anticipations
1 finORGIA. time recall the
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raliht boat :be placed off the knoll north ofTrbeeisland dared: his vote: would 1 be east for CASS and j which it his been prl" 'tltI. All this ha* faNe. men, IllS a most fitting( north south light the torch of the incendiary and shapen ( were fully realized. The part I tNiteil

; Savannah rivsr t":i thousand dollars.IN IJL'TLI' on the 7th of ember lu'II.- been done bj' our Whig delegation in Congress vigilance ofeverjdemocrat, or the knifi (of theie assassin. Theyto! thi.|'>yrTr- was the south fork of (the fiver -\mt'rican.
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the chart
FLOIIIDVP i I Ail preset knew the position (If the distinguished I not from any desiic to produce a scliL-m east or west, to great republican I. milling the North" rn W higs in order to retain which joins the Sacramento at Sutler's fort, of

the removal of the IjIit.Iis.ue! on Amelia iII.i orator to be peculiar in it ef! and of I among (the Whig, or lo build up a new pall ; fathers : the Free Soil Whigs t affirm uiiconIradicted two mites! from it. This river has its north
*Ito such other site thereon. the r.ftke
Treasury sIsal! Jeem best miied a< to sot exigencies i ry -.I singular delicacy, so far a! it related; to his i but( from an honest conviction that slavery: ,\J 1IJJlI'iCF. TO RECC-LAR NOMINATIONS. AB- I by themselves or their candidate: and south forks, branching more than twenty

tl* commerce t>i ix t ihoustnd dollan. ;lu..soual relationship with (ien. Ta\lor ; and : was mi evil, and ought to 1 be circllm.crilJclJ.HOlllaC: OF ALL SECTIONAL DIVISIONS, I. (that Gen. Tavlor is in favor of the Wilmot miles from Fort Su'tcr. On these two forks

t I IN MISSISSIPPI. all could FCC I that if percontil considerations; ; Iii ibis manly course in Congress-tlie only AND A PLYTHIRM BKO\D ENOUGH FOR Tin Proviso and would! use all his influence as there are over 1,000 people digging and

Fralig thousand lit house dollars.IN 'the. west oi.d (IC Ship Mind.taelve I rather than a lofty devotion to democratic I field! in which the doctrine of free soil can be WIIOLK (UNION.The I President! to put down the slave pnver." washing for $od.! On Bear creek and hub

4 .LOUISIANA. principal F, were f't' m'ttrd to control lila vote, made a practical IUl'"lion-the Whig put: prominent feature of the present presidential This tendency in the Whig pirly of the creek I branches Feather river many are

for a bug light at l.r
Ire hundred dollar*. .rgJc. j c' rikion be deteribed the inliinatc personal ( ( May we not (hen with (turn upon a geogiapliical, and sectional d:1 mc. I directly to the revival of the oft defeated the banks and bottoms of all these stream

cr For a light .boat filtecn boat thousand on Ship dollars..)loa1. fear D.ricr. I rclaticiiK which hiil, islcd between binive!! and : propriety claim lo be a Free SI/ill'art). tion, founded on the local fact that fifteen scheme NORTHERN CONFEDKRATION. i contain vast quantities of gold, and that the

For Last a inland light boat in Alchafalay bay, as drc-natrd:: Gen. Taj !lor-(the many fc vere trials through On (the question of the ordinance of 1787 Stales in this Union have local laws which valleys between( them are rich with the same

(the chart drawn by Captain Fo-ttr, provided th- j which I they bad passed-his aifrclion( for the I IIi the scut incuts ofG(I1. Taj lor are believed to I authorize the relation of master and slave, aDo metal. The people are now working at many

fifth Auditor shall deem the same i.ece'!arv 1 for the ( J1Itn. nnlllll is ndmirali.ri! of the purity of lis I be in aecordanc-* with those of.the Whigs of I while the same number (many of which were THE WHIG PARTV MASSACHUSETTS places : some are eighty miles from olhers.'

protection (.f comtneice! alter cau"mz a full exatmtUoa character, in language which iluwrdlrom his I Massachusetts while those of (.cn. Cass are originally slaveliolding States but abandoned PUT THEMSELVES UFO.N APLVTFOHH WHERE The placu I 'isitedru: _about a league in ex-
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to be made IN, twelve IhoiH nd tlolurs. Ii heat ; but all the>e, be said, be would! throw : Known to be directly opposed to them. The I it when it became unprofitable,) arc happily1)emocratic THE NORTH AND SotTH CAN STAND TOGETHER lent( ; on this were about fif., tents ; many

Fcr a Iirlit house\ISCOSIX.'cl.I. through the aside and (Lcir rernetIlratlcaiIuI! ) forever i candidate has told us in Ills letter without (that domestic relation. IN THE UNIoN 1 have not even this covering. At one lent,

ram t from lake Michigan to Green la\! called 1 I be extinguished, rather than he would surrender I I to .\. O. P. Nicholson, Ksq., that Congress The natural result i is that one section approves If whiggcrjprevails in the Union: Massa.chuselts belonging to eight single men, I remained two

Pail d.J Irl( three thousand fire hundred doliar. i a s ngle dernociatic principle. This indeed has no constitulional power exclude slavery and the other condemns that form of Whigs will be at ihe head of it. or three days. These men bad two machine

tiad For fire alight.(hundred hou-ea! Iort'ashinglon, three thou- M the true nobiliij( of patriotism as it I trom our newly acquired Ferrilories' ; consequently servitude ; and hence it follows as night the Now, the final objection( (lo tho free soil made in a d.iy, from 80 to 100 feel, inch

a Fcr a bu,'.Iight dolau.on government pier at MilSrwVee prevailed! in IIR! days when a Roman fatl.cr I he would veto any I Hill which contained day, that lithe two classes Slales'rally upon party is, that it is eminently( sectional and boards, and very roughly put together. Thick

five hundred (dollar*. I surrendered his son to the lictors for execution I the provision of the ordinance of 1787. I this sectional I feud and come into stern col. can never succeed but amidst the I uins of the form was something like a child's cradle, without

IN MICHIGAN.For and when a young man of Rome deiib- On the other hand Gen. Taylor has told( us lision on (this exciting topic, which involves Union and the( constitution.It the ends : at one end there was a movable

C-Ji, in twelve St. Clair buoys rin'r to, ei be ht placed hundred on dollar the St. Clair eralely placed his tight arm in the flames that I I 1111 his Allison letter, thai he should leave all one thousand millions of the working capital resolves all political action into a singl I sire or rack to trash down the dirt., and

For two beacon tight.lwUtcl.1; Detroit river, one trants might bu convinced that his countrymen questions "domestic poicy"! to the action of the south there must be an end to the iJea, and males the agi'aion ofitthe main business shake off the stone Holes were made in

tfr Maoiajuda and the other on or near Grass ilw.er were unconquerable. Who can doubt I I of Congress and should f.-cl I Tind to carryout Union, to be follov! ed by separate conf dera- of congress. the bottom of the machine lo catch the gold

a at such place as may decided upon bv the. the democratic SIJCl'NtI.llel such manifestations their will. It is true that no claims the (lions and ch'jJVar The democracy of the north have always, this wash stopped, and this seas scraped out

**ftJi Auditor,after a survey JKRSKY., seven I hous3uJ dollar devotion to the cause ate made in our right exercising the veto power in cases of To guard against this fatal collision, the as a body withstood this influence but the federal hourly. These two machines gathered each
I IN NEW :
for providing surf boat, rockiJs, nr.nadd. and midst ? clear unconstitutionality) ; but hJO .n. the constitution gave no power whatever congress I or the whig parly has always liken advantage day I was present three.fburths to ono pound

either n-ceys.rv apjiarattn (or the bettor (procrta- We hope soon lo be able lo' furnish some. President oiiglit not to &',t 'I'o.se his objections over (the subject but reserved it to the I of il. We had rather lie a minority each being three to four ounces of gold per

.Ci life and property from shipwreck on theroistJcr.cbttwtrn thing like a sjnopsisof Col. Da\is rpcecli.Tie. ehcn questions of constitutional power hare states, as it did all relations of property( all I I state party( belonging to the Union than man. These men had worked one week with

etYew Sandy Hook and Little Ee. - been settled byt'u-! t'arioulJeporlmmrs of the the freedom of the press, and all matters ofGoterinpzf in a local majority with the party of disun tin pans ; the last week with the machine.I .-
itttsrten thousand dollar ; the same to be expend-) Mutability of AJptirs.-Taylorish !- andacquiestcd in by thepeople"consciemice in religion. Congress can pass I.ion. I saw the result: of (the work of two brother .

dGr t heJ fur lie thil"ujfrn.iu) )!' the of such Secret IFici-r ol as t theTrcaStc. miv be- The Washington Union closes a scathing article Now, there ever was a question settled no laws in these respects( but the States can I Hut we did hope, (\\higsofMassachus.. (Americans ;) one had seven dollars the olhef

'Zr. upon Tailor's many prevarications( and by the various Jcj>artmcnts of the iorernmcr.t, pass any laws they please, in these matters, look up a southern( slaveholder and relied eighty-two ; they worked on the same five

2. f/iJ le it fiirlhrr enacted. That if the I the remaikabln facility with which federalism and acquiesced in by the people, it, must be that wilhilllhr; border") on southern( whigs to help elect him, we nnN of land ; one,however, worked less than(
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;*fc Auditor rhal report in any ol the C3..S lu'rdnri bops around ommodate it!elf to his many of the ordinance of 1787. It was affirmed by I In the Massachuscls convention to adopt .should hear no more from them of this can: (the whole day. Their plan, like hundreds of

tar: the vile preliminjrv of. proposed tlJH' !I light are neecesaryq l.o'Jse. : or j contradictory positions and pledges) with the the first Congress, and expressly! recognized (the constitution oftho Union, Samuel Adams of(the slave power. 0 her, was first t with a pick and shotel, clear

or to air-trtain, more fulty \hat the pub- following pithy ami telling fJU"rifI'Ilat in the organization of Ohio Indiana, Illinois, defined) state rights to be, that each Stale We have been disappointed but not surprised. off I wo feet of the top earth, then put in a tin

!C.'It.r d.'nai.d. <,theSrcretarv,. ol! the Navy fliall one pledge made by (;c'n. Taj lor during (ibis Michigan. Wisconsin, Iowa nnd Oregon ; shall choose such republican( form of government The'hi of Massachusetts assembled pin or a wooden bowl a shovel of dirt, pi into

':"!'"apoo aijM.iiit, t.ic or more olj."er..1 the navy, II canvass I has, been rcthiinrd ? What t otlCJ;. i. and bus the sanction of Washington and his I as they pll'a.r. and congress solemnlj- in convention( at Worcester, in S 'pt.'m' or, running water, with(! the hand stir up the dirt
,! re.'iisiesiIlaude.apeiisiicc, ( to ptr- lion has be taken towards body <>f men, and has been sustainedby hundred' heave out the stones until have
(mOtile; $ ,,. any successors in office engage themselves lo piotect it from even. with Zachary Taj lor and(I his three and they remaining
3.re..irl. jte. and then abided I by it, without attempting to the highest judicial tribunals of the coun kind 1 violence(, whether of faction at home slaves in ihe foreground, have assumed that a spoonful of emory or black sand,
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p. ?"r b jima I'rt: r epa'l, ( lust upun any I ,of ('' gH rid of it or explain! il away ? What one try. Here, than, is a ca where Gen. Taylor I or enemies abroid." the free school people of this commonwealth containing! from one (lo five dollars. Tins can

11:1. al.d, aU'r\I'fully'Ikr arnl taiiiing I II Idler has he, written 10 any body, whicl< is not would be bound to withhold his ,veto incase I When northern democrats tal't'! of state must( be duped into volin* for the whig can. be done once or twice a da}'. .

ii b't''...laU repori. tret t. whet.her ihe l'rqlsfod 'acil- contradicted by another letter written by him Congress should pass a Hill excluding I rights( and the compromise of the constitution, did ite by a rather extra amount of an.i-sla-! Each d.iy is causing some saving of labor

aIlsh} \.UIIUI i" I lie ",t ll i I"tt! for I the cxizeisey to somebody else ?1" Saserylromthie Territories. Nor is this all ; 'they mean this doctrine of non-interference very and free soil professions. by the improvements of the rough machinesnow
.'I... and, istrt..d. "IIfI e (.u Mit Ilc- himself not to to influence the 'lirsl position taken by their in u'e. The day I hell, some email companies
:;tt' %tnntul J conunrrre demand it ; third, thf Millard Fillmort-:Millard Fillmore was he has pledged attempt maintained by Samuel I Adaim, Thos. Jefferson Accordingly
"II; (primed b rmt, the lot suitableh I.'r it CHIC o! Ihe Filinorc! ;" but who the Fil'morcs the action of Congress on this or any and the republican fathers. It follows address and unanimously carried, was this- tsffive (lo eight men had machines from

a ".5 'tiesl.iit to make other kind of iniprov n.cntj;; were nobody known.-Mem. Eagle. other question domestic policy. that II.the States can frame (their own local II The whigs, the true( and original free soil: which they anticipate five or six hundred dol.
:" ,whether} the !isht) ( has conne'tl \- There must this beat
./ I I.rolu--| any It is not lo enquire into bis parentage institution, they may establish or abolish slavery party. I lars a day. certainly day
er I whether it cannot necessary
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: '< shall succeed in If is bound t to* They (then proceed to prove this, by an work on the different Placers several hm.
for the
1l3al,as to 1'lhsel'<* both (the general and toLii Id I.Iot. It is sufficient If this new organization as they please. congress
1 trade ii wluthb i ir that from the whig number their form government it is bound earnest appeal to tire gratituda: of the shoW dreds of Americans and others, who are clean
IL"h and navigation ; and Git I South to know who he i ill, and vliat be ; ( wilh-drawing party a protect ,
I'i1iti.e' any, and if any', what other (acts of tin- he is the same .MiHard Fillmore who is now a sufficiently large to give (;tII. Cass the plu- to protect it from every form violence ; and tiouuts .tor having done moire against the ing one ounce of gold a day, I Lave this week

r.c. 4.'WJchilijt. the utibjert.1li'll'ettf""fuffH. candidate for the Vice PrelliJencand wrote ralilj' in New York or Ohio, and thereby secure if so, is it not p. breach offiith for Congress south: than the abolitionists( themselves. seen in Monterey a Californlan, who shows

,..!al.! M *r -dilv as f'til.be. be That laid alt be;'uch ore that abolition letter trhich you a.re afraid to his election by. the people, or by the by slave agitation, to encourage and incite four hundred dollars of gold from Ihe labor of

t'herire y cfth Treasury; may, and if such as to au- publish!-Mem. Appeal. Mouse of Representatives( they will, wa fear, (the very domestic violence it is bound to suppress True enough.-The Wilmington Chroniclevery one week ; much out was the size of wheat.

I the 'Y \'ilho'lt' farther legislation. lie of since the recent find, when it is too late, that they have de- 1 properly remarks : 1 myself weighed one piece from his bag. and

5flfonhwit", ,,.prO't with I' ; otherwise, such re- The whig Michigan, the I featcd the very object they profess to !have at By (the firmness of the democracy of (the Gen. Taylor in his Allison letter No. 2, found the weight an even ounce. He, hike
aU
rlf be of carrying
; ut'll' I\rlre C*.:,ign-ss at the next (lluintc.II State election arc sanguine lilaysrillc heart. We venture lo predict that if Gen. north in keeping the faith of their fathers announces that hh political; -epNlofarjcorre! many others, only went up Ir. the gold regions
all ras<' where h"iflh I for lor and 1'illmore.-
.. trePrt( such preliminary examination Auditor cx Slate Taj Cass is elected, slavery will bo extended over with the south in this respect, the first shock pondeucp in at tin end ; and still, although in to see the place, borrowed tools, worked a few

a .W,.VL-/BI tI(rr "''ionsof this hall without a d<- Herald. the New Mexico and California, and in all probability political abolitionism which was aimed nt (hat very letter he has bid high fur Northern o'ajs and came home to show his labor and

Sjlrned"' o execution. c For the same reasonvo suppose, nliigs we shall, during his administration( the( Stales, was turned aside. The aggressors support, there Is not a single woH from vrhicli_ take up brothers and cousins and provision
Arkansas
V tait lit 44 le it JI'ih enaclcd' That the sum claim Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and have tho Republic of the Rio Grande, or ol upon the south, who have so long kept the South can infer that he is with it on the Flour at the "Placer" i is scarce at $16 per

",I .'DP1iriated OI'lfld. out d"ifars of any Le, and the in the J same i is hereby not because ihe democrats have increased the iheir the Sierra Madre, or the Island of Cuba, added up this agitation, now admit, in their Buffalo 1 slavery q.iesliou.( Is (ihis nut passing strange( 100 Ibs. At almost this price it must continue r
> treasury than
.(*raise IPJrol.rjlt-to t,1ney purchase lease. and to fit vote about five hundred more whigi., lo the Union. With such additions ol platform( that Congress has no power oxer that Gen. Taylor should so studiously. I (through as people! are forsaking their fields. I fo
Lou.Democrat.
niuW thousand.
.1:*.,.a dlrl t.on ol t lie Secretary of the Tr a- and beaten .them about ten Southern and ka.ehoding! l'rritorylhefrientJa slavery in (the State' and, if ilej are !iiieerc out his whole series of l letters? \'ojJ giving hih not think I nm exaggerating in estimating tho
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:. / tint of obtained on tl.e rivers I bar : puts I IViII younot disappoint them ? 'Will d.Jar pay Iii tbe of thj their
gold TI.RIDrN.: inl&f
,\ '' .Mir.ttl I at' ten thousand dollars a day'for' you net Iefat then:-win you not. rout them 1 : siuco hs! appointment in the army ? It \01'( the'Sminc 1:11:: .* WHO WILL STAND OK IT
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' ... There is reason to -- Democrats! spprul. devoles Jo, Messrs. g.. .TajrTor! i it ono of .the appeared lete The
4 :: .. frt Jew dot every to you we On'yoii \h ONE WHO KNriw HIM.Co'trnBiA Taylor! Wbigs of New York Lad
t.: . ihe amoont will not this reason (un. '' LET V ALOJCE. richest in the Southern country. In. s recent
.mre = -= Ibis, ligh and patriotic dutj-a July ten COUNTY E. 30, la.15.Jos' meeting at which they adopted
; 4 : the Tnrhers ardriven from thrir work = ; -: ; ---- and deed man with his Income, who is si. I ., Sept. the (.flowing
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" Satui-dayOctobeit 20, 1849. you OWS lo J our country, jour posteii'j': E Dear Sir I wish I choice! resolves :
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t I I" ;' .: :ickncM) asy : close! to rehue'to tetcn dollars for pottage t.
\ :;. .!i i-n of worktrr-n now joining: the first! = = j-ourselve* T'unTO a pay say a word for Gen. Taylor from personal JtetolveJ That we cannot sad will n t '
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.., I .: I. r.nd th emigrants from the Atlantic, THE} POLHl f must be rich. 1ou't you think su ? knowledge. Men in high station whether. that tbe old, wil XV'Lijc\ our j'litfcrm con .nt to no faikTupen Cuba llutk any pbl\k'other-"J,

'. '. :' shall base in October and Decem- civil ur m litarj-, seldom! permit those of the I Yuralia ,bt
we
'S Democrats, let in rally ejrery nun of us, qellcto plank, shall be added to it I, L. "
IL t.; :; will soon swell the Tattle of California peopo! who approach them, to forget t that. fact. C.oIS"ot a IJufalo COlnltitl".ltJlIslic ,"crk.Lv1 't.
vho the -
', ibat will be washed out to an unheard-ol 1 at' thin pjlla and v voto far men have ( f Candidates will sometimes encourage a familtarity lit.Van Oaren. *'*

iJ "' V .-. Many who have seen the "Placer loct"etl'olI't'IIk' out like freemeriwhto'e opinions From tho nf/rg' (.\. C .lcml. t before the election which they will not L'jvoD a 'J'rIt S.7* our platform hat aWts

I .'. f' ,k it "iH last thirty. or forty years. I nre known and read by all men, and who Gen. Taylor Bad oar Yolimtevr l>rmit after it, successful. Most of the U. ttoml stand with and IIi always upvn it will are stand invited, and to (they oIDI".,1101 said j ,*{?

. ,. '.' .:.t! think that it would afford woik two or will be the servants and not the masters of We art indebted to the politeness of .the S. Army officers on service in Florida, have I' welcome tt.erenn-bui w I& cannot leave tw it M

i ". I' jears to many thousands people, and I the people. Let us vote for Cass and Butler! Hon. J. I). WESTCOTT, of Florida, for Executive : not failed to rcm'nd: ns by their demeanor mount any new one, rS?f'dalI1.b.a. one which haJ

\ for very many year, as I cannot calcu.1 Document No. 7tJ, being a full accountof here, that they considered themselves among but a sc.lilary j prop tosupport (it aDd that at Ytrl

'I;._ V :he exte'nt of country hating gold. Theking becau they have been long tried, and have f .the Court of Inquiry held in Mexico, in relation -, inferiors. Not. so with Old! Zack. I became i dtubtullrrnber..o say the least."

.; :' : qu'ckkilver' mines, !like every .thing ---1)F.IOCRITIC- NOil J N ATI ONS.rnrsns.vT proved faithful, comjtclcnt and honest. From .to .the u\t'gcd mutiny in the North Car. acquainted; with. him at Fort While duringthe i Now herds, a heart/ welcome bold) out'trf,

41 \' C- ij'stopped ; tbrl" .fourlb8 uf the houses the days Jefferson's Administration downto olina! Regiment. On the 237lh page of this War and be was always the all Democrats_ and Southern men who feef

i S1- .. 'I.* town of Jtfnn FrnciIa are shut up.- ra or THE u.tiTtn BTATCS : this moment ,they have ever been found in document we find] the following letter from : game plain friendly, sociable and unassuming deposed to-.lnount the Taylor and FlUme! ;*

.- '>j-es in M nterey are being closed! thisk GEN. LEWIS CASS, the Democratic rank. In pence nOd in war Gen. Taylor to Gen. Wool : I man, pulling on no airs or lofty pretentious Whig plalr Sp ak
Ii 4' V.: ; the volunteer! companies Sonoinwi OJ' 'nIG.\X. .they base btoid forth the noble! champions of .C.IJPn Mo. TEn'T. courteous and respectful alike lo high and out I Democrats !bow

fri.';; i ;,IVancinr-o have: lost sett ral l men by the right. nf tbe people! and tl.eir country's ..'fJI8 H!h!?. low, rich and poor. He would visit the pri. many: of you aro .there

I! ". rtion. Under the present exr.temei.t, u FOR VHE 'IU-IDr\T : honor. Lave affinity with Hluo-Light .Mv! orAn GFJIKBM.: : Your lt yeati nlahat > "al.soldier in his tent, and converse with him willing to be found standing upon that plat.
:; : They no
!,_ ; .- -t.of-nar or any other. *'eael! hlng at anchor GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, Federalism: .Mrxican SymuathNpi*, Alui!i- Xrttted(tItUS to f.m"lt make :ai reached) chance me ; my and on'er, although! in relation I re- fieely. I have seen him, when ono of his t.rrnft-.llat. "0ld Whig platform" of "/re,

',4r.V. .>tn Francisco wirilil! i icse many men. In or KtNT. .',':'. tionim or an other abotninittn; of %Vbiggry.DEMOCR.t'S to Ihe number and description I of"troops ordered to waggons bogged, throw himelffr"n his bore: soil?"

[ ; : .t town there is baidlj a mechinic rcmainj : ---- ---- ) join the colj run uader the command of. CSon. Scott. in mud anJ water put his ehouL'er! !' to the To .these New Yorkers '
: rot .Mni.NTi. ri.rcrons : the
f' ( BE AT THE POLLS \ I am inJ'.ceJ.on our fl-presentlion ol the State Massachusetts
j k :. I expect tin sam in Monterey in two c heel, driver and team with cheer
; I CIEOUOr.: i U. FAIK1JANKS.! Of St. Ju POLLS The <.l' lli (feelings which taists among t the ?tissisij'pi i| \ encourage Whigs respond in tones still more
:, :;s. Il; ;hnew papershaie! stopped.; All I RAIN on PHI.NK, BC AT THX ful and laughingly remount his ioYiting'idSIlht \
: C II A 1 LKS "If.I 1)1 U PONT, Of (;'l* a:>d North Carolina regiments-\II'h. I am deejy, \ excamations.
k $.. '. nearly all the hotel* are abut up. One III JOHN n. old Coons of 41 I have emily !ot .their tail, and mortified: to heir, is so highly umoldierhke anil in- er a and ditty tug, and sometimes rn men. Hear them : .

,. *;?" :.... clerks who received $">00 and board, now UIlroOf_. Jacksonunty.. are j'laying 'pO SIH. Thej; love rainy \vcath. .,.Qrlinutt-la countermand, for the present, somuch a long one. He WI not then known 4' Resolved, That in I be language: of. Di ai itl Wtlstrr /
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< *,'! iics in his; store near Nw Helvetia: --- er. Sboul.1 the 7ih of November prove a rainythy of the sid: uidtr:. as i d lh' t., Captain Dta:': as Rou h and Ready," but he had 8.* ready" there has been no party of men in Ihi, CCO:.
** The Democratic Club Rain shine company ; as jou verv corrrcllv, siv, ifi this state of try. which ha, firmly and sternly rui"ttd! I the .'
month. other and cutch them. "
or :
: 4" iJer's: Foil) 8100 per ; my turn out hand tlr work or ,and he was rUt'I"tnought Jor
tu! the tonld in thr I tthl uress ci, the lave but the wbi '
: only .
in troops you rlj on. power tlat"4
Meets Thursday! : the :- ;
Jat their bocks to Une me. In 0:1 evenings at C.ipiol. keep an the old dissemblers.! lo the He of
closing was a man
A eye upon event meeting the enemy, would, l I.- I the Virginia enemy. behrve lhn re!i-tance can best be rortinaVd fey ib,
4R ;i. ., I .ii.i-1 mj -elf or shall this month, withf ( (lenllomeu: of all patties: i are imited to COME TO THE rOLLS je honest and hardy. regiment, your artillery Xc, inrludinz tcur
;, -* .%-. .. \ : a clerk! carpenter, or servant', and! all my atltnd and] biing Ladies with them. The patriots. who scorn the hicks of Whigyerj'. .and mounted men. The umvarraiit.Uiattack like habits. lie did eterjlhing without fii.s ard '>f \\\nz\ Congress, and that the iLtereit: c.; .

'. :es, firmerly rented, piven up 'to In!. InV and meet and confound the motley: band, that. mole on Cn"nl) Paine, for no iic vljTlie -. t freedom will be safe in their hands."
lion.V.. II. l>KOX>;:BKonu; R.. B. SMITH of uloing duty \Mtli ?eil; l. anil in a solilic'ly! m nnet Floridians
weeks Monterey will be nearly wiibuui; in the name of44 Ro gh and Ready, would! ant I compelling: those untl'r! linn ti do to uj M Ihe 'e thing I know to 1m true, because I -Democrats !-after these high

*** -e .'iabiun's: I am. with much r 'pert.V and A. MAYWLLL: I'vfrs.: are appointed cheat us cut of the ilcaiegt rights of freemen. mini di8.rTu'f,1 aid rvtcardly. occur.?r1r\\hiclilia could 'say much more for him, had it not al- endorsement, of the old! Wbrg platform,"

; THOMAS LVRKIN. to aJJre&s the meetin.. Scout, with scorn and contempt .the well- 1 n place since i tl.c comraemic.rrismut' of t the pre- ready been belter said, by others. and the qualifications. Tajlor and Fillmore
_. _- ---- -.- hacks of that the ,"i-it: vi ar. TJie prompt measures ha\e taken t .
: : :; .. Tuos.1' C. JONI:*. known I petty Wliiggerj infci JI.H Now, we poor people, hive n man: who can will
REMEMBER put 'tt'nm. the name, which: are entirely approved. I you not rally to Ibo polls, and teach that
We have of ihe California poll*, and their 4nopaity"ticket. and with like Old Zirk. Let
: sron specimen urge upon you hope will I restore a proper state ol di c"ip ne in t lhat meet part us us
" '.: \!. A* far a* we have 'eezi. it does not Tl.at .tl.o clcclioii for President and Vice Tboj mile but 'lo deceive-they grin corps (the North Carolina t' ilr.flto: ) aid) that it rally for him on the 7th of November, and party which, in tie language of Webster

I ;>ear in large lunp; surh a* was found. tlm President: taves! pace.! on 'r rsla.1tte. 7lh of! Iullo bite.1'InIINDs! MI I, t t.r the time to come, l tv its eotd COIJUc" I when we have elected him President, we has done so much to depress the slave pow.'

':.. : !er day in a gold mine in Virginia, wmthi November, and that every man who wishes : or THE UNION FRI D OF I ir.ai.o! antn.d-4. for.ll.e tr ir' u. has.r.ll'n! :.\A, I shall find him still as courteous. and attentiie cr," that jou spurn the trap they have set for

: I }0. Indeed, the largest piece saiJ to hive: LtmKn': all who prefer Republican govern- to .the as he M to the rich.
I : With: in and Fillmore
rt uc:! and poor TaJlor 1 If
'to \oe lor CAP* and UfTLia: must roc for arl tfm.'our flend sl\ar.to you you are Ube ,
'en fl>und does not exceed an ounce. The Utng: to l ort of military: and abolition: oh.garchv TAYLOU. Yours, truly, \\'ORTIIIXGTOS..
.V ,. '. ciiatrn we have eeen is in minute pieces.y the! three! elector" at .the bead of .this! paper, All \vbolove honesty and .:pcrrde.nmg J. General J H ''00'., stabbed lo death, as the Massachusetts

;* -.'. much resembling the scale of a small who are pleu'rd to votu for the De.nocraticnominees. coma t t" the pol.and re'CIf On. Taylor L'mted Iale., Army, Ry yesterday morning's miI"c receivedthe Whig tells us, in the election of these men,

-. -t ;>. We have r-en ill other papers letter And Cioni .the cruel pretended friends. : Urcial: : IRVIN Corumamling McI>OVELL.at fialtiHo. .Mtfico. following (from .the real S. WORTHINGTON will you contribute, by your votes, to your own

--I. ,-n California confirming tilt ofTicul ones KKMCMIIGR: The :Mexican sympathizers wi hed hums a ; ..t"i.taltjltot Genera" ," which we publish word for word as received. death ? Don't be gulled by Tajlor's "tbre

. : .:cl'o hate giten. For instance, we hospitable and bloody: grave" in Mexico, and I What (he of North Carolina "
That people hundred I If these the
Democrat 4 are
no can vote for Gen. Ta}' wi The letter is Kfet.rnarkcd Ellis. negroes qualiji.
would award him (
the New these
;; '.iiC! the following extract fioin now !ame men a t.) Are .the
-h*, *. !, dJkl.urnalofComml'rct : :witl.out' vo'ing far Milliard! Fillmore, the h.htedcrown at horn:, that he might take of f1} say with this slander, uttered Whigs against prepared our to brain put rifle, Oct. 2 j. 19.18," and may be seen by anyone cations upon which the South relics. they will
up
".: MONTEREY, Upper California.! 44 Xoithern m in in the highest and best t sense the Leads; of his courtr\ni who dared to Y"lunllfr by Gen. Taylor! and by voting for desirous inspecting it : bo found a broken reed. Clay is a slavehol.!

.., July -, 1813. 'I of the term !!' nuintain: .the honor of their own country a- him. endorse: it nnd approve it ? Bear it in COLUMBIA COUNTY, E. FLORIDA. der, but a year ago he avowed himself in Li.1..t'ling.on .

.. Since nnIa41 t, a gold mine i.as; been sprung ----- {'Ciiiut' Mexican aggression. As the true mind, fellow-citizens! and le it be rung Dear Sirs: I write lit get you to contra. : speech, opposed to the further ex.j .

*. re. It has been discovered that the saiul! GROSS FRAUD. Jrieiuls (.1 Tajlor, and .truer friendi of our throughout the state, .that Gen. Taylor has dict a letter that I see in thin Sentinel. of Oct. j tension of slavery, or in other words, infatorI
.' .. iich border ths American I'ork nil J the countrv, let us rally! with Gen. Qnilman,
; Frclared, in an official letter, that the Noith 17th, 1919, printed at Tallahassee with my the Wilmot Proviso
( !
'
*. .ather river, branches of tho Sacramento, Drirorrat Rerttrc I Ptr..ifer Smith: and a host of Carolina I Taylor's negroes
ShitlJ" l.l'il : Regiment could not be relied on"in name ,signed to it. I can say once and for
s o full n f particles! of god! resembling in Wo warn the Democracy to beware of nil \ ,'ountlr! at the polls, and *'neTaicr the hour of battle, and that their conduct all, I never wrote the letter nor authorizedany afford no security to (be South, as we hun

.. 'npe squjricl shot, lUttencd out. It i i'l got repoits and electioneering stories promulgatedby from disgrace, and cur country from had bt-en not only highly imsoldierlike! andimu"rdinat person to write it fir me, nor gave any abundant evidence in the declarations of the

wasl}.iig) in any vessel, from a tea-saucer tho Ta) loriles: on the eve of thc election.: I I' miii II) guingour stilrrages to CSS- and ," but DlscKACEruL and person the authority. have enough do 'lo i Whig press, and tbe silence of tLe Souther: ,
A will I As for Fillrnorc, be i i.? ibm price 0"
t a warming pan. single' person Believe none of .them, and see to it thatcur JU.TEEI ('owAKi>LY." Q .the above letter attend to rnj own business, without dabblingin supporters of Taylor Let the freemen of the
: .tIer, bjl this ?. from one to two oun- paid by SOIhrr! !i f for Abolition. votes. -
r prices tickets \hi to .the people the State. without comment. politic I am a Whig, but I don't like my
all
South be
warned in
are right. Right here i is where / i j time and shun the pit I
have high as Comparedvith.i, Juias'sthirtjpieces were
as a
s a day---.an.Isom' gone The is them of without
appeal t tl> -to their regard for name lo go to any piece piper my
V. V .- :ndred faliars* worth. Two thousand whites your opponents will attempt to tricli: )ou. In a treasure.\ S..tlJtr Whigs would! sell us their own character and for our gallant Volunteers consent, l for God knows I have put it to too I prepared far them by the Philadelphia Cotivention I

* :: *" r ..1 J n many Indians are now engaged inV Virginia .they hue printed and put fut, 1 a.. for nCu'llt. who are thui tlandfred, and branded many papers for rny good now, In.i I my neighbors | .

*,- 5 V .. ashing tko sand. All labor of every other. .ticket express'y to gull and impose upon the' TO TiE POLLS with! epithets calculated.lo disgrace them anl. know it. I would: have wrote to the !

.; '. nd has slopped except a little f.uming.o .- and their forever. the Sentinel hut I would not like lo | Facts for Reflecting 9feu.i I
V. people. They!ad it, "for President, Gen. That we may tell to our children our posterity Wi people ol thought they
li'chanicf, doctors, lawj-ers, merchants, sailf ; the do .that letter that i Daniel Webster says that the question now I Ii
; ? fur Vice President childrens'! children, lhat on the 7th day of Slate set the seal of approbation. on it. as they had printed they
:: ..: and soldiers, have all gone in mass to the i Taylor ; Gm. Kutler. November, 18(9l' fought' and won for them I this conduct of Gen. Taylor, by voting for or some other person wrote ; and b\ so doing i ii-ihe 117/0:0 Proviso or the Missouri Compromise .' I Ii

Id region. Only tho women remain, and Then follow tie names of the seventeen a more glorious battle than was ever won by him ? Will any Whig Elector dare to stand you will oblige your, i and he expresses it as bis solemn!

."ej' will, "it is expected' start soon. Their WHIG ELECTORS In this disgraceful I before the and "S. WORTnI TON.
way military: chieftain ; that we preserved the up people attempt to excuse il1 conviction that if Gen. Cass is elected President .
k -adles will answer admirably to wash out they to for .their from We shall To Editors Floridian.
V expect get votes electors' who Constitution: and saved our country an see. of
I ild in and the little fellows i in the mean lie will settle! the question of slavery oa
;: are all pledged to vote for T.i)3or and Fillmjre. oligarchy of military despots and fanaticalabolitionists. P. S. Please ccrrect any misspelt word.
': no mustamuse themselves! with tho ingots: I the Missouri Compromise, while Taylor and

\ !'jich: tl.elr mothers dig. I Ueware of them Look at jour tickets The Federalists! Il'Uus Tajlor is a man of Pennsylvania and Ohio. In other States we see .that with tbe whig .the Whigs succeed! ihe Wilmot Proviso will
this and he have the I Had the boasting: whigs given a little! heed
The excitement which gold diacovery sure they : names: of the : peace, and Fillmore i it a friend of Southern humbuggerj'and deception is the order of.the : be adopted and carried out And this is not
/ I f. ii produced in most intense. Pcop'c s'op Democratic Electors on them in full! .thij to the old! adage of don't brag until. you arc ,
: righ'e! want no saint in regimental,
lire alone of the
ff'eltbe and II day, but we did not think! that in our own the opinion great Webster. It
-ci other in the streets to pulse, Dcrr.'jcrafic Electors. with Major General's commission in his out of the woods, they would have sated:

. 'M how the gold fever, as it i is called beats GHORGK R. FAIRBANKS pocket a, for President. We d/ not look to. themselves from a portion of the ridicule which lie State: such resorts of a snl.inlIn! rsrJ'' is the opinion of nearly every other distinguished .

.alk to laborer about hiring him for fifty would be into We mistaken in the free States and hencs-
a : I Gerritt; Sambos for Vice President.TO put requisition. were ; Whig ,
'1 CHARLES II. I)U PONT, Smilb'l a i is now falling upon them. At 1 first they claimed .
: ... ,!lIars a month, and he \-all.urn. up his nose JUH11Jro POLLS !-TO POLLS however. Here a? elsewhere, .the their deep hostility to Cass' election. The
.that Pennsylvania had elected a Governor .
Offer him dollars and I.elifl Til TIE
i.: you. ten a day, I i \hi; whig leaders the idea ofa South should be influenced by these opinions.
practice largely
V Vote ticket which has Down with this and coali- upon
.4 V tell you he ii bound to Feather rher.Oie .- no not the whole of military puritan by 13,600 majority, and that Ohio had
lion We han contend distinguished Louisiana whig. as related ina There cannot be a question' in the mind of
door .these it. to against principal. any
man, who resides next' to me, gathed names upon done the same by 6000 As (he true returns
> fire hundred: dnllars's worth it six dajsI ities and powers and political wickedness letter published' in the Washington Union : candid man as (10 which of the two aspirantsis :
in however
came ,
:. -I f; his one lump wbict weighs over an our.ee.V 7:) the Polls To thv Poll! again enemies abroad. and enemies at bore whig r.ce elongated, ant Sir," paid this scrupulous Whig, if we I the most preferable! -Cass or Taylor. The
enemies at home, who would strike the main whig hopes full. The true state of .the cast
trough such as feed pigs in, will bring beaten this; lime beaten foretcr.We .
. : : you PF.on.K: or FLOKIDA :-On TUESDAY, are we arc first is committed against .the Proviso in votes,
';'. :" : YJ the gold region fifty dollars. Put a piece pr"p of our liberties from the Constitutioneniemnie.s ; i is, that in Pennijlvania, JOHNSON, .the Whig must r carry the election by all means, arid
THE .SKVENTII DAY OF NOVEMBER speeches, &c., while .the other refutes to tell
sheet iron, punched with holes on it_ and ahrolllht crowned heads of Europeand Taylor free-soil candidate ii elected by 230, the State by any means. Let money flow
t NEXT will be called I their min who would} U3 what he will do in the event of bis election,
will hundred. friend J. \iiu to dischargethe not rfjice.o see
.' bring over a My I upon and FORD, the ani.Talor ichig candidate like water. Talk about the veto power.Ca .-

,. .; ::. paid sixteen. dollars for a little basket ; I Light and responsible duty of recordii.g our glorious Republic go down in military, in Ohio, is elected by about fre"Ii 200, the I I it mO.1arcllical-lfranllical. Print monarchy at the same time he so commits himself by

-.:Id his companion gave twenty for a chain- your votes for ft President and Vice Presidentof desot im. in big letters. These common fellows pledges that his suppoiters in the free State,
all wash the ; in. It beats Freemen,' lo the polls, to the polls-the 1thof democrats. claiming the Legislature and .the
'Vr pot- to out gold I can't or don't read much and it will catch .
.the United Stes.! To of this ; and some of them even in the slave States,
; !II 1 the dreams of romance: and all the golden many you, Xovfmbcr, to tile polls whigs admitting a lie! Tho Pennsylvania! their eye, and, whit is better, their votes. .
. -V I
that be will use Pro.
will be the first occasion which todj proclaim not veto
, .. marvels cube. wand of Midas. And yet it is.e on jour votes Our Legislature! is whig by a small majority, whilein But, above all," added this modest [ptrtisan,

. :. it there be truth iu man where gold i is have ever been recorded for these high office We have and ft'roiprcts.conversed with intelligent (he Congressmen .there has been a gain of go it like hell on the military glory! that riso, should it pass Ccngres Who can besitate .
seen an
I under' such circumstances their
roncerned. and value will catch the -
r- ?, a you our glorious Union, our colnznalipcctie.
democrat and in Ohio This i it
ono avery
. -: Sailors all run from our *hrp- *, and soldiers venerated Constitution! and the li"h: and r\. gentleman, recently from 'Kentucky, tlO. So they go. The "cCaanon: : people" are I choice ? Remember the advice of the sage
'. ")m our camps, to search the go'.d region. l.y way of Tennessee, and Alabama.! He different result from that frt reported by of the "
o-- for candidate
1 : "oto
V' I alted! privileges! .they secure to us should expected to be carried away with the gunpowder I Hermitage- no
Oac Yankee captain bete found that all his states' that in the the Whigs, and we may expect, with great'
. this Kentucky greatest npal11' smoke Biiena Vista and fur the who will not tell you, with the frankness oran
discharge duty to and ,
r tilors were about to desert, and so he told you your country confidence, to both of these States in go
the few carry
V -" : '. them: he would! join them, and they would jour God. You have before you men from prevails among Whig, hero" with. a rush But they will find that independent freeman, the principles upon
November. Oi'Ohio there be doubt.
.4 can no
. V.'. iiive ihe rrtute the ship,-and sure enough, whom to choose jour future ruler! You are office seekers .taking any interest in the ellc..ion .the common people" have sense enough to whic?, if elected, be will administer Jour government
.' ., ilen the mate waked in .the morning "tlJtil.b. FILLMOEE'S i.ame on the TAYtoRtick- TAYLOR. can never get FORD'S vote, especially **
up This candidate is
V acquainted with their several capacities, and see through! the arts and devices of whiggerj0 mum Zachary
.. and launch all in the Western Reserve. This is ad.
0 ; captain crew, ship's et he assigns as one nf the reasons for this.
and he refuses the
in Tajlor, as to trust people,
.
depositing
and
your votes oiigU should
lie himself sole monarch of all he you
: i'one and milted on all hands. Had l FORD r.ccivdsomething -
, ; 'irveved.. Tin last vessel that left the coast know h.t will l Ixj the course of policy the Th"lJfOjJTthil.. they dr'rc TAYLOR, feelno 0:::7" CASS, while Governor of Micbi- the people ought to refuse to trust!.

ins obliged to pay her crew fifty dollars per recipients of your favor will pursue in administering deposition to cast .their votes for an abolitionist like 10 or 15,000 majority, the gin, and Indian: Agent of the Government,
V for Vice President for the of probability would bate been that .the State A Free Soiler's for
bare sake rrason opposing
:. month. each. There is no use in chasing a tho government of country. ecured, \friendly and llood'ess treaty with

f .. !iilnr here ; lOll might as well bunt a hare jour making TAILOK Prckidcnt. In Tennessee \ould go TAYLOK.. As it i is, however we ihe Indians ONE HUNDRFD MILLIONS Cass.
Hut do know advised win nearly
joa are you fijlly k' "I have bin f..r refusing
iulsrinJaable forest. should not be surprised if CASS and BuTLER one reason support
u an there is both
measures the PattY: calledVhrg propose to more feeln., parties claimingthe ACRES OF LAND, worth. at the Gen. Casj, and! that can be told in a few words. /
State' but opinion is, from careful observation carry it by 10,000'uttl. A distinguished lowest THREe HUNDRED MILLIONS am deadly opposed to the extension cfnegrott andnrgrormn
in the election estimate
dated out of
From soother letter, carry Taylor and Fill-
V the .
fie tfrituritt rtpuJlllc.alld
whig in this city admitted lo us a day or two veer free oj
that (7rn. CASS will .the electoral .
Mo.NTEiicr, June 29, 1849. morert you ttcqllk ntl.d with the princi. get DOLLARS For iris services in will rote far no man trio by implication ervthencise
". of the Slate. He since, that with a majority: of 500ft for FORD, i, the of negro
vote heard much of the work the Government allowedhim favor nf extending, curie
in this
Ycu can have no idea of the excitement pies upon, which! they intend to conduct important ,
jour he should bondage its laiutt. Here you
give Ohio to CA5. btyond present
. fe! northern part California, in regard tore government. ? You arc not! They have not canvass in the Ohio, and (the general impression a small compensation, but tho Federal Lave my reason in Mie sentence."

,. V ** Placers,"lately discovered. Such quan. told J'ou-th..y dare not IcU/ !-and arc was that the democrats would carry it in Of Penm'JI\'ani, we think we may speak Whigs rage and fume, and charge him with CASS he sass, is committed against the Pro.
titles; of gold I will to give some I you you with the same conl Jencc. It is true the -
try result
you November
the result of theGovernor's
no mater a* to iho although his claims visa in his Nicholson! letter and hence he opposes
recount of it. Mr. L. has just returned from called by them to sustain their nominees with is ]plundering treasury, ,
I unexpected to us, but when the whole
election. He met with a TAYLOR allowed of ihe who him. It i U thus with all .the Barnburners .
; '.be gold district, which commences about the most profound dirkness>staring lOU in the were by some purest men
matter is understood the
'
properly
' V. r irl.fi\'e miles above Suter's, on the Sacra. face as to thin general features of that Government Whig from the Western Reserve, who only won. ever held! office under our Government !- and Whigs of .the free States. They oppose ?-

nfluto ; f no one knows the extent.) Tho they ask 'to invest with Can gave it as his opinion .that VAN BCKEX.,would der is that .the mijority against us is so small. While, however, Cass was laboring to extinguish CASS on .this ground principally, and oootber. '

'. S :"fd is found on the surface near the you power (i large majority of the in .that A few days only before the election, the whig
get Whig votes from
you, will you, with such thick darkness Lfore the Indian title to the lands in question, nut Southern whigs pick tp,
!.tnks of the rivers tributary to the Sacramen- candidate came oul a rabid! frecsoiler"andthus !
V / with who flrono1(abolition Whiggery. This he Taylor} was drawing his extra for rations. obscure prints, paragraphs endeavoring to-
. : 10. More than $110,000 have been collected you, vo'e a pasty refuse and arc o- pay
received the of that faciton. With
oithin: the few weeks since it discovered. I raid to trust you with an honest and candid; conceded, would give .the State to CAS with. votes and servant hire, and so on, until finally his provc Gen. CASS as good a frero. oiler" "

.' ':: The aecowtc aro wonde wt. Steady work. avowal of their political views and intentions ? out doubt. Our informant passed through .the natives, whose candidate at .the last election purse was maJe! to contain no less than SEV- VAX Km EN himself! They will array tbeti

.: -. ing men average $10 per day though many Alabama, where, he Whigs few obtained about 11,000 ,votes a bargain
are DANIEL
,0 We cannot' and will not belinvc that you will. nays EXTY.FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS, a small potatoe. witnesses in opposition t
times a hundred dollars bas been collectedin and far between.I On .the whole the information had been made by which their support was
.' ... a day by one man. Hundreds of people You must see that! with the opponents: of de.rmcucj' secured. The sum exceeding by thousands tbe extra compensation WEBSTER, who tells us that if CAsuielected .
it is we derived from him was of the mist understanding was that, inconsideration allowed Gen. Can for services infi. the Wilmot Proviso will be killed
: are tbcre. Montcry, Santa Cruz, San Jose a pure tcramblc for rfce II ,

. ... .. and Fan Francisco arc deserteJ. It i is about it is not, where are .their declarations: of prin.ciple cheering character, and we as ure the democracy for iheir votes, the Governorwas nitely superior to those performed by the present and tbe slavery: question settled on the principles .

.I. five day's good .travel from here to the district. except on the tingle idea in .the fr'eStates throughout the State that our prospects to bestow his patronage upon the Whigs, Whig candidate for .the Presidency !- of .the Missouri Compromise This is.

. There flour is worth $32: per barrel ; 15 Ibs. are most bright and A united effort while the Canal Commissioner was to give
promising. humbugthe
. immovable hostility. to the South ?_ And besides all this, Taylor, not satisfied with the way whigs attempt to gull and
Hoston crackers in tin boxes, 810 a box the
his natives But
; is all that is to unfortunately. for them
.. .: : cotton sbiri', 810 ; boards, $500 per 1,000 Do they propose, especially among us, to re. wanting to route no.parlj'- the democratic Canal Commissioner is elected ., .the extras already received by him, hangs on people, at the same time that they urge
forever
(fOet. A carpenter can get 8100 per day.- feal the tariff of 181C, and substitute the black whiggery and we are confident that to the public teat and tugs and strains like a them to vote: for an unadulterated clolitwn.it! "

I.,. '.' ',. Mr. L paid for a common craddl! trough 12 !law of 181;! ? >*o !-Do they propose a ibis effort) will be put (forth in November. .' by about 2000 majority, and tbey aro b) sucking calf to .the tune of over seven thousand for Vice President, and for a man for the higher -.

- .. V feet 3 wash earth in Rally .then democrats Give this unforeseen result, completely done fur i is
8150.
,
by wjde to gold a long and a whether be
But do
\ mammoth: and corrupting Hank ? Xo !-Do dollars a year!! not Ihe Whigs find office, who refuses to say
'. { Less than a day's wrk to make it. So things strong pull, and the old ship of State will These combinations were entered into by the Whit'll.
I' con- ?
.they propose to distribute the proceeds of the fault with: him as well as with Cass ? the astonished in favor or opposed to the Proviso !
5.. : were then ton day since. How long IhflLuLMe tinue fast at her democratic. moorins.Wil. Whigs, and their majority. is less than 300 .
4. ,'iIIl"f.f 1 it is tmpos!ibl l. to say. All Public Lands among the Stales ? NoDo! reader will exclaim. Not a whit.- i .trust such a man TPennsylvania
: and this, too, in an am usually small democratic
.,. that L. says about it is won rCJI. Govern they propose an iniquitous assumption of the We They are as silent as the grave on this point. .
T\YIH4" vole therefore think from these Election.
4 vr Mason and aid bare pone to the district.On .- debit of (ho Slates by the General Government The Taylor journals are publishing state con- They can only talk about greedy Cass," The nidi '
It Free foil in Lnrtetu'er Cnmty -
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: tWir return we shall bare fact and siderations that the State be
perhaps ? No !-Do they propose a general ments from a New York paper of the wealthof may certainly office.seeking! Cass," and all that, forgettingeven date for Congress in Lancaster, have been infrro-
the ,
;jt:: other side of ihe picture. put down for CASS in Nov. We have lit. rated in regard to free soil. Th1dJfU.t'r'

r1A,... ; scheme internal improvements No, no Cass nnd Taylor. Cass, I hey lay, bas a tie doubt about the matter ourselves, and we in this that when Cass was nominatedho Whig, answers t that he will support .principles

4 t;: tft( is. of course,impossible for us to say Low Though these were once (heir favorite measures million, while Taylor is worth but sjxty tbou- observe that all of the democratic papers in i instantly resigned hi* seat in .the U. S. and I he ordinance will support of a 11S7.bill for in the reprd exlinction-ol lo (ru temtrry I U 51t7.,

x:4:: long this gold fever will continue. And it is I they are now repudiated. Democracyhas sand. What, then has become of those three the State in the confident Senate, but when Taylor \Val nominated be Mr. Shaffer. Democrat, takes the ground f( the Er'-
speak same tone.
.: cull doubtful whelherH will eventually r.dound .: killed them What, then, do they pro. hundred negroes, which have heretofore been didn't do any such thing Oh, Taylor-the ojutions; formed at Baltimore, that the PfOP1 '-
of The vote for Canal Commissioner is much Sf and have.th* n'zbt of coat omg
io the advantage California One effectit eaeh ts'e Territory
I Nothing, nothing' but their elevation held Whig orators a sufficient 1 honest and the true I" ."_
pot by institution.
may bars, ,i- to invite emigrants from the up A guarantee better index of the popular feeling than the a n4 checking .the *d anceof t
to office! It is a pure and unblushing scramble that Taylor is opposed to the Proviso?- Dollar A'cvujiaper Get 4)
United States, Oregon &c., &c., lo fill the for the Governor .
vote ( and '
up we see by ibis IF WE ARE NOT STRUCK WITU JUDICIAL Tbad country sooner.] far the crumbs and poils of the public Where hY they gone ? And what has b.. Rejoice, WK&t. of-FUnd
that the Stat is still. democratic.We BLINDNESS, WK SHALL CLINO TO THIS CONSTITCTIOX Ho h' *'
aDd they to the of the hundred thousand be Stevens I Ii elecletT '.Congttssi
'- treasury, cry you, lax.payers come dollars recently
43': i ,;: I am opposed to the exercise of any jurr.; AS TUB 1IABIXKR CLINGS TO THE LAST Et
; and bone and sinew of tbo land to aid them ) invested in in Louisiana hare neither the tbe seat in.ibat bod/fij. vfr ot lhe pea
iTciif/n Iir Congress ore the ril};jct of.!.tnervcrr. !. property ?- right nor power to FLANK WHEN KIOUT AND TUX TKMMST CLOSE- :
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'- $ ;4 .' C'ars.J ;I 'by yojjr suffrages to lay bold en the public And what, t too, bit become of the n'Jou touch slavery where U eiisti.-(rtn. Cast, AROUND HI*-Levi* C<*w. C-CabcaJJ: .;': ::


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poRttettf Trf ek rr. Warning for like Sooth.*, -, ZACk* loss of the rote of Looisiarut. tFilliaore i* a from the Fnlrrat Union.Convrr priciimtio4ra* -"Hamilton County Tax Bales.BT .

I c11ihing under M be Iruih of the charge Cor. Wm H.Je>arf,of NeW Tork.ua notorions mill-stone tied around his neck in ocr region, and 'atl<*o 6et\vc n n Whig foiltician : :: 1 tirfne'orih* poweT YPSIS4 in un fcr law, I

Mr. Cabell tof Toting fur an AbtiHtti opponent Sontbero rlehls and interest., in eteij the people,many of them fatorabfoja% his (Taylor's) and a Conatfjr!.I cuiocrau hall expose tot ale, aefnre lit r .nrt L.t- ,

II iJc agtinrt point, parcel and particular. He u of the fame election, will not swallow Pillmore< J am so dis- At a public discussion not a hundred miles door, in the town r.f Jasper, Itamiftnti Cruntv, f 1 Ii..
; fa carting! his vote for R. C. Win.in kiJne ant! rusted with all, that I hare Wtyrd from the rank, rnh.on the lourlh .*ljn stripe as Millard Fillmore and from here lji conrerxatiot
** passed
forlte! Spcakf irliip, the Sentinel? adverts always and lee! no j>ai titular interest tit 1he'*Uction. following | lowing d;'cnbed property, er ga much Iherinsswill
P acted Uh him, tide by iJe. He now advocates between a Fuliticixn amid a Cobntryrban : be sufficient to pay the Stale and Coautj tate

I Mile jectTlircctlj and Indirectly Uheneters his election wish all his zeal and ability at well as Tcdrral Slander ahIcd 1l'ILjVell Uncle Uillyt I supj>ose 3011hae du- thereon frr theyea'r l l5PIoccit : .

,opportunity! l refcertU ;iisd'f: that tan' belrtistpjiDtoadefeDCWofourReprewsntatire. that of Gen Tajlor.! The reason he urge far tic The iftn'tnel rays Fillmore is the beet t made tip jour mind to-day lo vote for Tne S W 4 of the S i 2 4 of!Sec "3. the enfir/- s'lios3tthefl&oSic3.ithcFIifth.SW1 *!-

Tie election of th',c men present another sotin v ara- abu eJ in Atneiica." That ic Old Zac.Democrat.. 1
man to to h
say, >ec2ll! in Township 2. pae I?. North ar lug to the South He told the people of New Well 'squire, lo be honest, I
Sntine1dot not appear very cautious either York convict Fillmore of being an Abolitionist by aleoih'sN XV 1ofSecan't l lIneN 4.f See 3. arJ
in a recent speech made there, that- cin't say that I know any reason why I BY WILLIAM D. MOSELEY the N E 4 cfSVc 4. >f Township IRanre 12N.rlls|

:*;to the tekotf trvih "of the matter he sets up "We rm*.t rjlly to put down the Tariff"pf l ice. his vote, speeches, and letters, h abuse of houM! tote for Tavlor before J should for Governor Florida. and! East, pi.rportirg to brlort; lo the! rilate of I'tc-

Mr. Cabell't dct itt.t. Clipping para- and with Mi.Urd Pi 11 more restore the tii.cip1c| ol him ; but our singular neighbor had certain! C.is of for XV Br.don.
40 iMi. The interest of FrecSul) lo : The Slate of Florida, by an Act ol Also, the S E 4 r f the S E 4 of Soc 31Tirinihip
.,pbs here &nd] there, apparently! at random, Ihn cinva*. The Ordinance ,.f I'b7 M lu-tzj invoju-d sutpemleJ in- f>rgotten the distinguished Presidential nonii. IIhi;'. Why, Uncle Billy, don'l you know WIJLHEAS i .ht etnbly, approved January Mb.Ivj i t, Hne 13. North arid Ea t. potting lo bIc.a4

Ls reallY itudiousljr mtoidtnjj alt!! those making on the recoil of tin diction. Ife elect Gen nee of the Democratic party when he made that Cass is a Northern man, and Tailor lines entitled, "An Act to define and elite I IIP lo the e>Ute of Benjamin Cliaire

Eat r and a U'hi:* Concrcs*. C nzros will send .it the South 7ikinocrat. boundary bttneen the States of Florida! and Alabama AN" I lie H i of S E 4. tIe! XV J 5! XV 4, ant S H
Lie calls, he palms them hi* the remaik quoted aboie. If citr a man wa confirmed made 4otheSWLanuttheVoI i theSotSee23.
,-linSt upon him a bi.l) prohibiting the extensIn of Slater atl l That be trti", Vqnire. but hats ratified and the agreement
ht traduced may between the Coinmision of the dtatos the XV i of the N XV 4, ansi! the .V E 4 .4 the N Vf
trader ai uudiputed evidence of tbs Miule.Kulfd pledzrs himitlf not to t'neart the people by the slandered, villified and abused, that what have I to beliere that Talor! resj eclive
Executive trto. Should Lew M Ca b.. reason > in reference to aid bour darv .InJ irre- 4 of St-r 1>, Township I. Ilanj 13, Ninth sid East.
elected with
and national riewi of Mr. man is (jen. Cass. He has been denounced will stand to ? he has'nt dared to tell the Lflhifli IUnc.Air. .
patriotism aCon-re,, In* way of *tiinkin lie \\ouli not contemplate up us us at, the and! zre Tnent. b> the aid Comwu-i mrrii, piir'>orlini{ lo belonc to

\Vintbrcp. The sequence fullon-a naturally, the result. This is a-i era in our hi-tor" as a public plunderer, demagogue, s\c 'phant. so, and how : and then, there's Fillmore, hath b-en rati'n-d by the State of AI ibaini, the evid ( !tiit N, 3r>f (racbonglseetiun 7in t.'nmns'tmi}
.i .'e wliereol u filed in the cJT.cs of th j Strntarvol I. Si'.h of K nje 17, Lnit, lavitzoa the SuwanineRi a.
Will what he and where dirt he from ? <
Vr. Cabell did no violence to the feelings and not Sinhiern: moo open their e'es to the douWc changeling, and prevaricator, and the Florida is come' State if the State of 1 11 I rida : iN. v' r. purjwrtiii to b-'ont to S. B. ihomison. ,

of tbe South l y aiding trJ kate Mr.V. game bein:; \ U\ed hay the Whig paiU ? One or Sen'inel lu performed its share in retailing \7tig. Come, now. Uncle Billy! not so .>w, TiiEncroRr I. XV'ILMVM I). Mo ri. T, | Al o. theSXX 4 i-f Ste SLTown'Mp I.nniel3,

nterebl1 the other ctionof the Ui.ion1 inevitabiv b
\ to the reponibe! station of Speaker oftvt to b- grog ly cheated. should the T jlor ticket succeed these \ilc charges ngtinst: h.m. His character : to Fillmore after a while. Cass you hv virtue of the third section ol the Act of the Gen Miii.
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House of Representatives, in the view of and the Snot!, wilt b*> thc tictm. From Fill.mire has been assailed in every way concei abe know lives in a free State, onus no sa\es! eral .\ mblvii| this Mate aforesaid ilo proclaim LEE. Tax Asses"r 4'-:
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'he line ?irre-3 upon oy tiie ('oomi.snincri af reHiid s'td Cotle-tor for 1hmmn'tn! County 1OctoVr
we )have nothing to but and even his courage and patrivtUm: while! Old Z.ic lives in Louisiana, and works Janurvr.tb
til defender.In expect opj>o rtioiiS and d.'fned; bv iheiaid .,ct. approve1 2t, IS 15. It

late attempt to justify Mr. Caliell ward tells; us s >-UVbiier trlli us so-all the called in quesiion. We hate now before us several hundred ; now don't >ou -ee 'he difference l l> lobe the botmiary hitween the' St.t-
vetf Northern tell t Vote for Zatk, and jou will elect a aforesaid, and! that it sinaI I !be hrnct foi I h deemed aol
I paper u* so-and one of Fill- attack the latter NEW GOODS.
I It Las been guilty of gross political tricken.jl inures o'ei cery an on nliuV !by the ILtnoruWcThomis tuthern mm, in whose ha.ids jour property taken by all the authorities arid peo; !Ic of this Stile i
CIafl.ZI-ei4
n tell
fliP n torn of thuadn Ilutler! the true and bnsrb! line blwen the Stale* fTMIE suhemmibsr i* now r cei ii4 per "Ann Ki1 -
a* only
at
material King a public meeting
ba dei'gacdly suppressed very th.,t in lam we beln.ld a .Vn/Ann wan in the will! be secure. Florida and Alabama Ii'c it : The line commen- J j jof l.a." leo-n New York the f .ll. winjt GOODS, Id

portions of tbe evidence in the case. He has h'ghftt an I test anise uf the lain."* And whit are in New Jersey, which for miligni'j and Dcmtcrat. I see *bq lire, you are afier getting civic on IheChaltahocciiie Rivernear a place known vtlarli he win'.J /miic the alt ntior vl bis forui'sPI .

1 1I been detected in the very act of endeavoring we to expect fro':> T.l'r On the q'ieiori! recollect told me at the barbicuo at the do, marked throusKttil bv tlL.ea I on tine Irer*. and ::. I'u'utgiis. ,
to make black appear whit- But the kin ofbe high or low tariff, he tells us iumsJf that he \\ \ill\\ other slanders against him. King p'jt forth Cros Iliads you in 1810, that I ought to tote for ale o bv m .'ind* of earth thrown n;>on the line, at Gent Dl. ck tloili Drc-. Coat.

could net be Select. let the oiceof a in3)ont) ) in Cuigrei c'cciJe !- his tile tlander in these words, as published d.t.mces of one mile m re or less, from eich other, Uo. Jo. do. Gtrt Ci-atj. S
( Etbibpian changed. Therefore in Ins election, we see destruction ol 01.1! ITippecanoe ; anddid'nt he lite in Ohio, and! commonlv known athe Mound Line." or J).,. do. At. Sitk do.DJ .

Ing ju>t so much as would suit his design to the deno' ratic in the Whig papers at the lime : and did he own any b.nes! And when 1 -' I.llictilt'sLine,*' and bv the>c names distiri.ruiishel in0. 4 i. ito. Cloak',
pres.nt tarlir. which Las ted
readers he discarded items iliuitratiiij In sat- *' (Je eral Cass i is the hero of I lull's surren- said oinethmg about a Southern man, you Liz
Hind many i>taetor\ to the South, and tl.ec. rtain restoratmn, uf distances (not eiceedinconeand a half miles u.n. Sack df>.
der. Ordered bt (leneral Hull!! before said there 1
the ictole-souled patriotism and notional the black. ue-iJd: Xnrtiurn larifi if 1SJ2'! This away wa > fion I Ihe" Mound Linr"an.i ma-ked l Ire Mi7ronlv. I'o. do. I'rirk doi .
w illb the inevitable the attack upon Detroit by the BritiSh, General Whig. Sop: Uncle Uilly ; you know Old and known a< I he" Upper L nf" or ColFt-e Lin*." )<>. s'llrr.| blk. Cj-i>:rncr l.id Doe Skin Paot ,
tieics (') of his M&s achselts farorite. consequence re tili'i!; from hu Cass received of the diJ'.Mt line } fulfil he !. fancy tassner: 1'anl .
no intelligence da.! Tip long enough to ( expect In le'H'nony whcre..tl I have hereunto r-v Do. 4 > *

That it may be seen we are not misrrpre- election; while on the more important qt.etiun rl aster till he wasMJinmonetJ l by a single! luti&h! ittons of the party that elevated him to of hand! and eaued the great val of the S'ane llj. d.). Black Satin ar,l Fate* Vies,

the ctesjonofsacerv.th! ,s jht'd t voice of Talor*< [CAL ] to be all \fd Done at the Capi'rl. 1-1 the Ii>. ujo. Linen Ho'or Shirts &.e &c.AT.c .
officer, fourteen nn.Vs flora Detroit) i jell| I fire.
brother editor read the to \
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ruling our following supporter in the fitc Siate. ttrlU us that l.e will city of Tj.l i'>T sec, this '5'h! day < t October ) d"ilv eapituil; bv Bn? Lucy, Eris Le.KrJ
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extract employed by him justification of Mr. I ICsbcll. not the atnl he ilid! tield : withtuo or I three regiment Dimvra!. Well, 'squire, if Tip (Jill m1t, I Ire.'kon A. I D. IMS.XV I an.I !Hark II Tni.f Bartlelt, fill and eatetn-ite ?,-<>rii
j &uterpose execulue arm lo j p citnt the j>a-- of rnen, (Jeueral ('as surrcndeied to a single Tyler did ; and whit do you t think of I D. MO>ELEV. I'cvirnor.A if. Nr.%% AND FASHION( .\P.LK ror>!>'\
The extract is fiom a. lato speech saje of a t.ic evc'uiling' tie frun an e<;iul paitu.pa- *' v\hic'tv\ill bcsjJJ at : with ll.
British ofiicer, fourteen miles from any other j jenemv. 'Ttler too was'nt ho a Southern man, arid E. M.rxcr.t.e., Seentarv nf bta'.rOrtoVr f rices correSportl.nj: -
by Mr. at j tiuti in the ttri i'cries < f the UiuTt Sutc ant I n 2't. l'-tS. 1.:) -Iftff I licit*.
filtered WintLrop
a Wnig meet. If (Jen. Hull!! committe I treason, i is how do j nu know OiJ Zac won't fool you like
j Sajil.tr man LJS ecr bten authorized by Gen.I General; Cass Tner! did ; All papeiin ''IP *5f ite will publi-h t limes. jMr.S: KrKSEY.:
M ach i.t traitor les he
is
Jjg in as* 118118 : j jM a an October It, I t1Q.J 13.
I Tjjlor to dcnn the truth i't edecljrations All! '
Ai to mv'elf, there it no nu take in reei'J tote ASS AO \ MI.HIN. lit snot LIJ H\\E HIL.\ j \\Tiig. Come now. Unrls! Billy, O'J Zack Proclamation. -

vital which 1 entertain I am a Whig : a'id not t these ire fjct* wliithii'inct be caii3iJ. and the} TItlED VM) IIU-NCJ ; UK bllO'LU JI.\\ K ULI:\ is a hero ; he fought brately! in the war, and Cigars I Cigars :

B -relv! a Boston cr a Massachu ett* XX'hij tut an j jppeil uith irrraivtiblf f rteto the obcr rtfitctioula TKIKM) ltOT, at tint very time," e'm.--: '( Volt ought to tote tor htm for that. ;-i, (tfltVENCF.. REG \LI.\S. L\ NORM -

American XV hi ; not merely a Northern Uhi:. bur utt'nctfl tiefl of sd ;'irtics.Iii Report of T. Butler King's s'-ccch in .stcJcr.er Dfnterat. Wvl!, 'squire, whet dosoti think zuJ'u \.an-l LORD BYRON CIGAKS;
I National Win:;, not merely a Trie btale* XV hi j coiitra with the V canlidafik I ist receive! pr Prig Ann viiia. anil for sale l lLi. I', .
IM.J tta-.d CA
Jimruvfolk's
Sand \Vas'ut
01.that| Mexican ? it
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failed States I lor tie I war
3? Whig: a in vU iJinztn II. GRHENBERG! &. tO.O.trVr .
old platform-the olJ parly I ce' ie to rr bfiieaiiiB flnrLiR-eomnjtte,3 l on the *la >ry cue tioti in 'J his is filse, in every point, parcel, firl virAhOUt tt. linm.> n -

> (eel no other noil than the coiimon soil ol our lar. r of the Suth. anti OH all other y'uaurc. for this time the Whig thought he hard -

tlorionf Republic I drire to tike inv Direction ( wluci the South has Ion,: si&ee contended. Sew aid pailicuJar! and is in the! very teeth of the publi soruc one call his iiam- anJ iii course left. Fall and Winter Goods.T .

f-ed no other fla* than that which vuii iirl uSe 01ritznre hrd history of[ the IJut lieu I DYVILLIM I n. MO>ILIY, ECEIVLO! Km Ann Di/aa c-xli'ipllT'! .'
opposis tfctu f.r tl.., rcafro'i-a'id XX\bter on the ] > country. wa' A COL'VniYMVV.Tc ) tc :
the whoa thirty stars of cur gloin ui Ucitn < Jx WI\TIT. DRYT.OUPwit
Florid
roonJ that bouhi thi, tt circted. the 3lissouri ever a Federal! pirtizin known to hold Inck a GiH-ernor of { FLLn
j i rutsts and Dealers In Medlclie.PR IlRn\!!: >, The Author of ail Ovx! liz, hul.IT } co't 'lUflo rCc5C ti ttl.tr su: 'Ciffs, a I'll! aj-
Compromise
w ill be \\
acuptrd a* the futuren\ v .f fjKchood because \ouJ! *
We hate no disposition to question thA'' IbcG \ 4, history disprove it WISTRSBLSAM OF WILD C1IFKKY > fivred the n'es.l p o-.le if tint tate, l n.n_' l smltoontct 4 fTaricy .

soundness of Mr. Ws. Whiten. \Vo ad. mrnmeit. Wliocan l..ok at thea ;wt winch j Never, neter. rtu-iately, howeter, there the ciireut ear, with health prosperity suet other and Staple Dfy Godtl*, AT.;
This ctkhrattd lid tntj lit ercmdv fr te cure
parlu-s m our iccntrv t.ow fresnt. and nf t be &jtis- j ble henntj rflt? fur CM' the !
sir;j* : wt'iih vull jp *t o'Js'indJcoruer
rait that he is a Vhig-.an Ameiiran Whig tied tiut Ito i'rest rvatitin ofihe li.ion d1q.ds t.; uu I i is a lining wi'ness to sustain the records of the ul l Ci n rrp.on, 'V-'f.T.i, ui.d Liver CoT>paintwas! Tt.ir. fire, it is prr-', .,rr.< d, tl.at TIHTR
-a National Whig-a United States: Whig J the -lccti,)n of the d.TTKicrjlicncmiitet, H tie count lu tins instance, with his voice. Gen. Jueoveu-J SoflC si'ij nr seven \eir ago, in the State the a itb diy of! Nowerr.ter! nff.. L' st apart to \>eob A. U GHEFNEKRG: & CO.

We hope the Sentinel will boar in mind that f'.Ice.d, the Jvrtj muns u.to rwwer with Hum I THOMJcstr steps forward, anti fitestht; | of Virgi uj tie T'Itncc of one of the mo-t tins. ivtd and lhro Praise jboit to Athty HIM;State God.a' a lay ot Thanksgiving -OcnoberllISZS. n a'

there is no mistake in regard to the iews.ttrtiusd" | will fcatistjcUrilv arrange tin question ofaljev. at brand in the forehead of tlic honorable! ie ier! tin7iihed ph.iieinns lhat ever liveJ. Sine that liven md. r ny hail and tie p'eat eal of the Notice.

leaSt D far a* the South is concerned XX'e have tune it tins, l b v it* own mtriis, t tietni rap. llv, surtiv_ State, this 2.nh daY it t Oct'bfr. A. I D. IQtS. 4 LL creditor?. le.Mreo. and ersnns e-ifit'H ti
before
and stand hi
by the Hon. gentleman. lie j is King now constitucncv .
Mr XXVj! trr"a auihtr.tj for tt.u, aa will as for i'eieu.ark smut sjftlj \vt.rlitii,; itS *.a) through the opposr.Ll.Y.: Cot'rnor.A j\. rlsri'arinn of the cstSe cf IVnj G. Warmej;

"1r standing by the old platform-the old that ktiould: the Taylur party s'jrcecd. the a con\icttd "tiiJfJ iillain." Tlie brave oj qujcU aisdco'i.Jtrrfcit! *, until, bj ifs frus %au.' F. MxrriL, Seercarunf ftate.Orto'.er late fit the Cocn'v of Loon.dees-ni-ci I, are hen by re.qtaimuJ *
23. 1,4's. 1"> to ant exhibit their c airn to the mdersizned
prcssmt -
.irtj." i Cocirornie w.ll te JeftittJ and the XVilmot Trov.ja old General thus bears his testimony, ccmpletely and iritn-j-ic excellence, it has paired for iNelf a v\ithm two veir* from the dire *t thi nf.i

New read the following extract front Mr. su'j-t-t'ited.' The ie are the views tf the entire refuting the Federal tlanJcr! and 1 cst.tl..iftliinj I most cnviaMf pspc'aritv! and tablilieJ! itself in Plantation for Sale. tic', *.thfrv i4< thsv will bebured at thus pireC.t

Wintbroj/s speech-his Whig speech-in re'. Northern whig partv an.I with WI.M rf the Suh the character of Genet! Cass for the coi ifiJe ice of 21 i'ituIlintnt aol en'i' LtenH public HAVING removed to a di-far.t part cf the State, of sd pc-ruxl All prr-ons irkcbtt! are rerir
l.t b of from one end of the continent to the other The -r (fir sale hi \ lantation.cirtainin to mate! immediate pavment.It. 5
tliev to *
ou sj.l.iient: wiLt "
induce
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; to them
girdle "the old platform" upon which the j high courage and [>all iohin : testimony of the thou>anJ-< who Lave been rtlieved aSuut SIHJ acres, 1i I of which are cif rt d, R WARE, Executer.T .

Whig have uncomprmuisinily! btoo.1 to lUse and rtllect. .Yith the dtuiocraty thtre i. I Ino As the acting adjutant reneral of the and ttirnl bv ibis valuable! article, will show that it inter a god; fence, and in all re-'x'Ci* in gird order cto't' iq._ :_2m_
party ; : concealment. The views ol o-ir disnii'iishid] j sTaiiiU uniiva'le' !-at the Iiea.l! of all other medicnrs: for cultivation. It n well ccitt nd. and has a do. -

"The* were opposed to the extension tf slavery, nominee* are puMi-Ltd! froni the hou e-t s, ai.i! I IprocUimcd a n toy, I detailed that detachment: anJ, by t the t fir thcc'ireol diseases for which it i recommended liihtfu! net! of water a'j-nrir! the d.Ttllin tinuie. A Situation Wanted,

irnt..lT. ardently, uncutnI'oniit'li1v.; : a-id: they de- horn Maine ; order! or General Hull, placed Col. McArihur. I Ketftrnjiie Dr. XVi,tar9 LaNarn of l XVild Cherry is It i> situated about one mite from Lake Jack .oa, and a rounj man 0"> year ot aee. with a small
lired thets-tlves s. Ibt-y had bten lrt- oit' to the P-ciLc A vcte for { (not Col. Case) in command of it. The now for sale by uulv pointed( asrnts, and all respectable six from Tallahi sce, 01 the! lidinbridje road The BY family, aa eacSer n the English larmieon'v

E n trora the first t ; they were4 free sn1' men while Ca*'. and Butler is given with the full knowledge of General; : directed that the detachment fclioulJ dialer 1.1 ipidaine in all 1 l.irge cities and terms will be :mlea-> to an appf'cd purchaser. l lteremees! st| ih mnot siti 'acforr cl.aractrrr.vn.

Mr. Vaa Buren and his frieiiJi wt re (sdm.llin Texas % lat will be the policy of t'leir sdnuni,tra'i n, I cusit it' hundied arid fio Ciii.'tc.trthnur's all important town- though'ut the Urnted States, For further particular*, applv <>i *up premusea! rr AdJr ss J. M I> Fcrt Valley, Ilc' i'on C<"
( ChiC billy
into the Union aid covering lour tilths ol it with' s' culdthrv L'ec14cO-tJ. f.ita v teKrTavr: nibc | men :n Canada-i.a:jil lr.t-li! I'rovmcts. to Mai. Richard llav. ward, cr to G. T. Ward. E.I. Ga
i a
lawy. They Lave alwavs bee.t Ine and the *ane number fiom Col.C..ss's !. J J SCOIF.Oetol .
soij' men. m the d.aik-a: lta,t so far a* we tnav be guidtd L bv AldrsaU' orders Seth \V Fowlc. Ro-*en, Macs ('irfh.r 7. letlu. l' t ;
According to Mr. W's. views of Whiggery, regifiiPiit, and a few mo>inied men were fjrj-l-.rijle bv F.. IURNARD. Jr Dr'igai.' '. TaI- > T2*. I lt. 15
declaration Notice.
any of princqiks directly eus-iuttr zfr >u I directed to accompany it. !>ei* re the detach liiia-j-tee, I D \DD! Newport, Florida. ami! by Drugi.tj -
It is no more nor less than "free ..coilisrn.- him If, however, we lo-.V to that wjr.s of his su,>-I trep.t marched! a number of toiunterrs joined ; Ktneriilv Ihrxi;heut Inc toiled -tattsDoprUd Mules/ Mules I 4 LL persons indebted to the e tafe rf J nneitAi.

The "olJ platform of the Whig party was, porter, wLuh aoe Las markid oat the t''olicv tf !. it from both reyiments; so that the ajjjrre ate TIIi: nitritwr! offers for ae SEEMTY-Flt hertby. Pater notfud or. I to te rca'e of Leon immediate Conntv, pavrrent dfcea.-ed.; ard arc

sod now is, ardent, earnest, uncompromising tis overnnttit,%.it !ull seetnea.t.res projioscd'rom force when it left the camp was about four 0 I I T U A H Y. ML'LES. Tern, cash PALMLR tf approv! d ail those havir.c demands will Present IhemlolLo
!
wt.ich theSi>uth wou.d lecoil with slaru and aler.! i Colonel tl is 1 hfe on the tiS'h Stpftmber la!t, at cr.-dif. MARTIN unilr ijne l for elllement within the time prescribe
him'Ired Cflss
opposition to the eilcnsion of laicry M r. j jMintbrop men. was not a part M.ticdin, Octohmr 2S I-Ps. 15 ft;
I renee, while Gen. lav lor, bv l.i-> silence, .vc3 us to t of the ilelail-be joined volunteer.! l.e rwiJfiice of Willuni Cannon, Ks.| in Leon bv taw T thcv w.H be barrfilA. .
as a
and hU associates the A. FI'HUJ.SheriC" .
composing uniertai.d that l.u thus defined MARY M1SSOURIE! ADALINF, .t Choice Madeira Wine.lJ .
VAC-VMS are ten fitly When I tin Icrslood that he deoired to I roui.tv. yrure
jro, j jobected and Ad-ninis'iator ex njjiclo.
Whig-American Whig-National Whig- I, XVto, then! will not take w er ui.r, and k'j'tari thci-e to two colonels! gninz with so
failed States Whig party 4< had brcn 'free \j men vv'io sic not .fsai J to Iru.i the lco1Ie; with I a detachment! ; bt.t: the sen ice was co:: ..iered | 'eLrs. do & CVs" Mad! ira Vine, fjr sale at a rtductd ,

I toiT an lior from the all bvLIR'HETT
men first; they verc 'free soi? >. by us as cit reinIy perilous. Colonel' i. LINDEVP.ERGERt

men while Van Du. en and friends uire '. A E.ilidv 'l'iIn. t Can claimed it as. a iiijlit to s'lare'! the din- To Country Merchants, Planters, SerC?, 1 )1 l' \ GOOD BUGGY AND HARVK S f r sale. En
1 auu r i.aL.L111Lu. rjuire; at the Cc Jj Store ot Mrs. P. A. HAYOh.Ser -
with! his atid he
adsiiUmg Texas into the I'nion and The Serein las ger ni'ii. was p"rr.i'tted: by
.fT-ft the
corcring attempted to WATD.
stuck Chairs.DOZPV
tl.e General, not onlered to them. !'ms no.r 01 hr-iJ :a well selected of Office a
; WE
four fifths of it trith elarcry ThEY JIA) truckling b rgiin of the IVi.i: \ !vania wl ijki.h the IGih of Au ''ivt General acconipiivOn Hull!! (;JojJ*. elliS .11114 Ut! } .iw-y a'lJ Maple Dry 9 OFFICE ARM CHAIRS, fcr vae at 7 1'4 5. 12Boarding.
surrendered ( rocki H.ts. Ac, & .,
G Hul hlirtcarie. rv Cap .i
> <<, : .
ALVAYS BEEN FRCI SOIL' MI\: ? ; \ the free-vu.Jtrrs which the lion hearted New York cost. .
1) the fort and armv, by capitnih tion. wbie'.i we offer at whoi al Mir renal at lovtr prices RIIBIIETT i L'NDFNHERGER.

Mr. Winthrop himself makes no conceal democracy were dffi-aled, cl.argvs that to the British forces unJcr ihe coimtni.I, : o< thai (Ihe eanme aitiHis Lave ever b. lore been sold in October c, li* 15 I IT.XV DAY 0. ?.DF.rlS mull beel! rrasi

General; Irock! and! included this rn.iil.if.II Ai tied for at a conrtnieat dsere (cit busiLv oi'
tnent of his "free soilism"-his aboitioni! WLLLKR, in Ohio had done the and Major ( oiinccArthniir's
taine, purchaser* will! examine cur cf>od*, Ih'-vwill & MrI'! A. lUYWAHD"October [ .
\! dc-t.irliment thu Lloyd Flagg
-bis ** earnest, ardent, uncompromising op. j was supported by the freo-soilers and ab ,!i- in capilul.ttion.; !hi. ati-.ficd of their che. '>ne s and uood ijua.tvXVe 7. 1" I"*. 12Stoves.
i The colonel had be Mi ordered by etprej-s toi will, as htreloloie Hl cmi a crrjilJc A rn prepared to advance en COtTON shirred
position to the extension of *!auin." Pel tion.stsof that State. A likely tale, sureVhy !\. i return to Detroit ana he was within three or hTltchhLrrl L1NDENBEROER. A\. to Iheir friends in >ew \ ork.Oct. -

openly proclaims that he was a free soil" \ man, Joiiv 15. WKLLLC, the nob! democratic lour miles of the l 1rt when be rer>itvd inlel- Octcb.rS-l. ber ?", |sjx.'t .
T the Tin r.Ianu'actory rat be had a real $ tste
man from the first-that he was a free soil" candidate fur Governor, to .k the licence cftot! surrender. He fell back about Lost, NEW GOODS. :\ either tor the pallor or bed! ro m. Thry can'

man before Mr. Van Burcn Was, and there btrongest and mot TiieMJ niglit lietvieen the rr iJeice ofI rniHCjrrit,( r i* receiving hi* FALL AND fre-puntlv be used >
fore I the articles of rapitnlttion: with an ON"). P H-pii" Esj ian.l r1!. t'apitrl. a tare 1L WINTER GOOIX. to which he would call! ] ing 9 chn.ney. AI. Ctmkinz Sieve if tie mo-,1
a more consistent, "ardent, earnest, and j jnncomproriising" of CASS and I'ITLEH, arid against the liaitor'IN order from General Hull to Mtrrender. The hRiTJ: IN. The Ci.dtr will b. revtardtd on apI'liCatlOll the attention ot the [ ubic.: Prices to ccnespond app'oitd kin'fj 'fh" ethit hare used them A r." .
"fiee soil" the times. think them more uCinrsoti.kal and much easier for tIe
than Mr. with
man BIBEN: the aloiliotii! : and the to .
entire ro'onel I believe bound in fiilL
was. good to
r.I'.C1IETT i. LINDENDERGLH J. 5!. W1LLIMS.O cor', than a flee.plse.Thc* are so arranged as to'
.
Van Duren -and that he had al\va\s been i i free-soil humbug and he, too was the very surrender! ; but w helher be was or not, he w as (iet..r! 4, If>'ier21. I I45 t-t *>! bake biisd arid biscuit pfjctly wt''!.

a 'free soil' man."* It is for the Sentinel to i! man who introduced the resolution into Con.grcs compelled; to submit! for he }hid: rut a day'nutbi'enre October, 151 .. 12
Goods at Prices
ofT at Cost.T {
nor a dozen rounds of amm'jniti"i Selling
Mr. '
deny Winthrop's own open statements of % censuring OIDDINOS, his NewGoodsFaUTrade.S. .
colJt-aguc tr
> for; his ciimnrnan. He was n< gallant a CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE WILL sell mv remaininj stock of goods! for the I
Lii own opinions, views, feelings, and predilections. insulting! the South with his t'a&'i
infamous Creole I next three weeks at totfvi auid if I should I Itnve
and
soldier citizen the
as patriotic a as conn- F. BURNEYHA"
This is Mr. WV. American resolutions and Hib cnb return their thanks to this any tt in.* remaning fn ni 'lie vvrofk cf tie '
pnbli"
that TS
against and '
bo he
did all
could
bat
very Cefi4riIa try ist ; ( was posMbli THE .ucallt-r! aid ether vc>-.tU on w hich I Lave h.'p- ?j-j ? returned frf m Niw York.anJ would in. p.
their libirti nj big leave to
National, United States" Whtgzery'- resolution, MILLAKU KIILMORUoted.. a'ing ; under the circumstance ; but whether turin the cit ill 0) ol patronage Tal. ih.i<-'ee and larroindinccuntrv m- |i od tr>M>.U this neaioti.thi-y are al-a it the market at his !ur.ms and Iriem'! generally that he : -

This is the Whig supported b> Mr. Cabell for with Girns, Sttun, and ail the other aholitionists the surrender nithe detachment was right or that t lhr> still nmun .t tie fime old.land! Coitt Recollect al1! mv gooils Late been p rchafj is hourly eecZarg per Trigs IVakulla and Lucy, a

the wroiiir. he alone was responsible! for it. Col. con.- of Monroe and Jt-flirson #tret<, with a very since Jauuarv, an i fit ce tte! fill of Cotton, Ci ncIjuenllv Large and cuuiplctc assortment of fcT
responsible station Speaker of the House in the IIOUST A
arid offer inducements
9 pretty taie now to ( aie recv. at co>t rartlT j
(now Genera; !) Cass had no moie lo do with !lariri>tr k of J'anrtStaple, awl Domestic inoils, Fancy and 'laplc Good,

Representatives. This is the Whig whom J tell, that the abolitionists in GIDDI.NGS'- it I thiin tbo honorable: gentleman who makes KeaJy-tnaile Clothing, ktuttt, Boots, Hull, Caps, met Kitchen witli FurniJure in tins citv a .Cooking I have Stove also of Hou-.fl.olJ the latest a.id J Bonnets, React v made Clothing, JllfcnV and P.t1' r
patent
Cioceries Se.Atr.ons Cap, llat ol J hu N" GenF'k's uperior
the qualities
Seniinel holds up to Southern mrn-to Mr. j tion of the State made with and the him. and most All fir sale low
a bargain charges against ; our tock i is to he found a variety cf low- approved sivle. very Boot and Shoes, Hardware,Single and Double Bar '. '

C&belTs constituents the emblem of honor, i supported him You viil! have tO try agaiii From the foregoing statement, you p'rceite price Calico, whiili weuflef for sale lower than evtr for October cah. 21 l lls.. THOS.3t IIAYWARD. relled Guns,Crockery, Glass. St one, Wood and Wil-

virtue and that there was not event a fcing'tt! legunent lo before. low \Vase. uitb a K<>>1 fortmeM cf Grocerus.He .
patriotism ? Mr. Scnfinrl before
nationality Query : you can convince your Alo, a1 larze a-ortmer.l of winter r. thanks. very eopectaily lo thin Ladies
*De the editor of the Sentinel and .Mr. Ca readers, or even 30;irself! of/fiat. surrender, nor was Col. Cass in command at SuCh a-t Cashmere Mi. de Ltine. ('raTe de Lime, Carpets, Mattra, &c. for sale LOTT. and regular cu-tomers generally, fur their Iibe. l

bell the time and on the occasion referred to by Cashmere de Coarse, i-c., whuh v\c cfTer fcr sate a* 'T1 lIE ,nb cnbcr has two second band CARPETS i |.itromte, and beds aain the notice i>f all to bnFll

acknowledge that they are members of A Wnruiiix [out the Ilrrinita Mr. King. Tie gentleman ha teen so unfortunate New York cofcf. -L for sale cheap ;-al-o, one superior new hair !! *tocc.L .

the Whig parly" whose old platform" is I ia> atm, (lelhi'w.eitisenq. rrincmbcr the fate i/i the random statement of Ins facts, as A laze stuck of Winter Shawls bought very low MATIRAbS. Apply to beral advances on Cotton consigned to Li car/
and will be sold a- above mentioned. .1. R. FORTUNE, .er.t. for
ere so brilliantly set forth by Mr. Wiathrop ? of ancient R me, an I tote for no candidate trho tint to hare slumped v[ on a single truth his htpmTit.
Black and colored Alpaca, Silk*, and Silk Shawl>. October 21, l f. 11 September 23, ISIS. IO ,cj
Are they now-have they been froei thefft" dent trill nut till you. with the Irankn.- of an in !ipen charges 1 know lo Ir utterly vnfounded from Thread. Lac.', Ed nuol difh riot stIes, black Silk, I a

tieenlcri, rut: PKIN(: rL.ra UPON Wlllf'H.iftlortfcJ. beginning to ciii!. There is nrtthing in the his- Lee Trimminjr-, Gvinp*, &.c., &e. Notice.Vf Auction Notice.
have been free soil Hi: \VILL AUMl.MSlEi TOUR GOV-
they always ilRXMKNT."That: toriof the coun'ry. vritten or un>rrittn, toju.*. Jaconet I. .Si isu, laikron. Book.CambricandGrn'- 7ILLIAM \T7KINS vill! act a* nr an'h' r.7ed. J Jtv 4 T Sinta Fee, Columbia County, E. F ,en ST

near tran d* 'ri -s to be a ,LA\E vhio would lit:,/ any one of them in the smallest Jtgrcc. bar tui.hins ; J.uiinei, Ss-i. au.! Lincui Bibbiti Agent, during tny aSsfnce (rrm tie Slate | _/-\. URDAY, the -XliOfl.! net. will be ...fd
Tiimmlflg4. Table DaBsastts, atid Damask TableCloth IEIF.R: ihe ) t b.dJtr. the I lull
B. WOO lnjn cf the
TEN. > S'fsrr.rr: CKPlL
This is not all of the speech ttf the Sni'i \olejora aat.-s CAI'IDk TE. where his libirt> is at .Iv lo Ge::. Cass. Iscned trith hun in tiro camftfiiym Nipkm &.< -
< I
October 1S4S. 11 It S, utlhtr with ail tur tackle and atnperal.C .
Flake Cati
.
*?*paragon of a Rational Whig. Mr. \VWicitaJei a lictnu'i \\\bi aln ,> hiliil.ts %iiie fur a part of the tune un'lrr his orders In-li Li,'. n. artI Lt"en ll iti.lkerrhJci 1 ir.f di(7'cn( i.'nmsofnh ri, CaMx, Block, ic.actla
mrli a man, \\hio. wi<*n IIM ( asked for,
are
ipiziIomis;
nliti'". If! ..t-rv. <..lnvr ant a -pl -nd.J new stvliot -
attached Ins I hair
and to brigade. h :* cf Sritth and i.-.U
viin i.ttr.
iri-ult., with ll.e seen ( Leon j-nstit Carp
his free soil" \t-\i n-pl\ : I \'itl|! answer n | Gounty "
uiqn}
Whig companions children"* v\o< lien ( iat< and Cap Al.natemuJii l.ih .. 3iten.zmo .
ENGINE.
situations and under circumstances tILL pre ir*
liut.s. conwn citlir from Inend *>r f e. I an wer I IBY
IhiCeneral t \ (ante lock ol |j.in> t* aud i.b1ion,, which w e TAX COLLCCToi: SALK. *
him. sal order and
has committed
Tailor not i ir 2 complete in every effect,
that worthv lo (be lo ironld the
FOR YOIT none tree can vu. test courage of any man, and he nrrer will I sell under New Voik cost.Culltrvnf .
virtue of tT.epo-aer v vtd in ne bv liw. 1 with Bi rl -r<. &..c.SuU .
self against the Wttmot Pronto In this "ANDREW \CKSON.- faltered ; but altrayi acted in accordance every description wl.uhvte off r for have lenin upon, and shail
Minection, he uses the following language : Beware of TATLOR irith the dic'ales of high courage and jmfriatIUTJ. slu- very IIM for cash and cash rvnlv.Xe lore t Ihe Court llt i-e dour,Ill I lii, city ol l'alLhaee For f-iilher parl.cjUr, apj IT to tSe tniJtrilgrrir I;.

"He (Gen Ta ] idoei Gon. Casltt W/uttsocitr matbe the course of others, are daily eM'fClirrr.or<' Good from New on the lir-t Monday iiMa\ next, ( ha P.1.)the lollow- at Madison Court ILuae. a.
> < not come in ai Itcpre sour Tears York which we will ili-5>ose of nn eitrttruly l 'vfprni" \ A. D NOYCS Aent..Seplem&rr .
in, at( hem whirl I he is nerer the apologist of the but iaJirays ing de-cribid propertv, it Cii much Iheioof a, will!
ec.r lo c 'rne in. \rtcb \ rnrmi/, I'urrlacel! s will ito vv* 11 (to call and eXaruiie 20 1Q13.
11
The !h FJt-nda U
*"> doubt >t H''g complains mot bitterly pay the State and CoULfv Taxes due thereon for the
r unnitl l againI l the Uilnr.ot I'ronx. found on the side of the country. our stock before b'ivins elMwhere.L" .
-*a of the removal of WAMII CHAPMAN Post l lNto wf :
drocije C.TOJI .tMi.ter jeir
of theiitt rrki&f Itte South rJ
Trittc
in .
< rrc i. II. GRhLNDEHG & CO. Education.
I sir with obedient
'! am, great expert, your That b dv o land Ivin:* in the County r>f Leon
J > option, both of lUc rs1enion of lern- ? at Mauanna, aid: the appointment of Mr. October 0 litx 1 > ererei'cs. I LEON MALCAD
FEM.L1n.
'J.and tL servant, TH. S. JLSUP.Hon. bound North bv the line ol demarcation. Went by
exteouon of iatt-M WILLIAM S. DICKY'S as his successor. >cw as to Robert Smith. the Oclockonee River, South bv XX'akulla County .II ACDKMY be resumed oa Mon.'af. t>t

erthis good Whig testimony, from so the cajiaiitv of Mr. C/IAFM or his succes-tor we Lloyd &, Flagg and l>.st b> Ihe St. Sharks River, kno vn as ForbeVI'lHchi October. Rt-v. WILLIAM NEIL and Mrs ELIZA!

Mlitnt! call the attention ol their cnst.tmpr and c,** anJ purpcrtm.j to bong! to t tie ApaTjuhicola A. NKIL. rnncipap, together with conipettnt atii ;. -.
a luminary as Mr. Sentinel's and Mr. hare nothii.s lo t>abut we will Lardy remark that l.atV Lrtifvcrilf of LoneIai. WOULD
penerall* to their a-itortnif-nt ol Land Company.
CbeU\J end, Winthrop, is admitted to bo, men not uifreqnently suffer, like poor Tray, from The law department of the University rf LruiH- NEW C.ODS. now nrrivin
** ar t a loss to sec bow the two former being fuund too often in lad ccnpany. The gentleman ana commences its kcsaion on the second Monday in |iltcon i-tnz of \RIWAHR.:. IITS, GloCl:. N l F. 4. See 13, T m 2, R 2. S aid E ow ner unknown. n the Female Academy ear lie accrmmodaltdfas

removed had the mi.f f tlemeii can any longer doubt the fact that *Coirmb"r, and continues until the first ii f May. It -', IMS. 15 SmlterobvrJGIS4S. S ttG.
mth the KriTom ef tke Sflngf and perhaps for this
Gee. Cass it M ii on a large arale. baring six Profexspr*-Juc'gean XV } lot No. 19I>, Ivins and being in'oU plan? CitY -
committed against the Wilmot reason he rm been ousted. Bui don't cry, Mr. Whiu Florida A. Mclntyre
Rt'm.LAIII' <{ C. KoBCLIfn, of Cml Lan; 3rv\ Exchange. of Tallahaseeje owner nnknow ,
advocate of the interests of then member how Frank Granger nicked *em.** Fifteen MCCALLB, of Adtntralty and Maritime Law Mr Lot No 2, Inc sec J"J ; Iijti I and 2". Crvc aceeCtiin 03 ; S
;
Saidi recently fftted uplhi.i c ''ab1 21 XV |, N l E 4 of Sec arid TJT1
j hundred, know was only a month wnik for rpHCun Iertjrifdlm ; ann 27. lots xii.I.
rtgord to all thit question, both of the you R. HCNT of l Commercial and Criminal Law, and the lifhment, and made all necessity arrangement* I. 2. 3, J, 5, tt, anJ t, of S -e. 31, lit Towr hip ?. N HAS taken n\i af Mrs. /. L. Deroir.r's" and'
burtedfhe"bier"ef! the
** **.* of territory, and the EXTK.-VSION or him and liad not Tvt.ru Law of F/ndence ; Jrrdjfe MONRoE, of Constitutional] for the accommodation of his friends and the public of R 1 X\r, containing 2111 af re pirrprtrlirg (o be- his profcj->nal services lo IhvVitizeon'of

Whig Frank aid he should have ousted three thou and Common Law ; and Chief Justice ELiT1,. of the The BR i is stored w'ith the choicest Wines, Li- long to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gfha'rat.XV Leon atufsarroun'linij conntry. Ltdli-s atlrndrdT -

and more in the course of the next month Spare 'Vt re, and Ciaar i of N XV 4 of Sec 17. T I, 1 K r, S a,4, E, bejongini at ll-eir idfnce. it de ireil.Talljha.e.Stpt. .

Sines tL. Sentinel, merely for the purpose then that's a good boA Conflict ol Law. The OYSTER ROOM is atwat* wpplied with the ; to estate if A. Ilran tears
"* )our The decree of Batchclor of Law i* coifered, bet the rrnrket aff.rdever in realness, and dine years l-l lS4i,1S13sid Jli. __ .
'
it4! nfing Mr. CAbell, can wilfully blind Voice from Louisiana. which is a license to practice rn the CouTlsof Louisiana. up m e ery !VH ropK.a.pthe f Mft of the eptcnie. S E I of l Sic .',T I. U 3. N ana E. a .d"F. i of S XV I)1. ( ir. CUXTIXCJ.- i

*tlets&1O the true Wh'5 opitiloits' ((1)) of Cost of the whole course is one hundred dollars The BILUAflD BOOM has one of the be.t Table 4 of Sec i i, T 1 R 2. N and E, tr.lonijiiig, to A. MeIver. $tRGF.ON DK TIST-QtlMT. TLORIDI, 4
letter
': Winthrop The following is an extract from a in the Southern country, open at all hourand provided Tl CSPECTFULLY pn.iT. r* hw f'rofeNs'oat milIX -'
is it
not Iiigh tine for them tobe written by a gentleman at OuacUu, Louisiana Congress has no right to say that fbrrr shall with lbs best of lights for the evening. Section iS.T 1. R 1, N and E., put porting to belong cc*., in CY5\ depattmentof Dental Sor ry. lo*

'cet will play a balder fame in re. be slavery in New Yoik or noslarery! Geor. Thankful for pa4 (lavori.h* respectful! solicits a to XV. G. Gould. citizens of Taliahas-ier antI vicinity Dr. B. will bin
totbe lo a friend Vicksburg : contincan tf T>nWfe! patronage. JAMES XV. SHERWOOD,, Tallahassee on the 1st October, and remaiu on/'
true optnfow of 5JJlJtr FjlIre, Jilk ere sbsat to dry op* here and lbouh gia } nor is there Any human power but the ISAAC V DRAKE.Orob TaT Assessor iscf Collector Teem C .unty month.
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; For.NcwYork. ; a IN CIIANCERV UNDER Alt.MED
'. 0 : Removal. .i OCCUPATION ACT-
Florida.
: ;'. \ f uiCTibers have removed to the store for. By the jEtna I Insurance Company Constitution e< tLe:Mate of Creditor" Sill fur ttttteiatnt../ Ettatt TlJE unddtl htd. Agent of flue United' 8

TKn octv ,&d by Mr. J. R. Fortune, and two OF CONNECTICUT James E. Broome and others, for themsclte and .tc, will. attend at the folltnfillI, !?

; t'f ". ILu1p above \Wssrs% H.'kins and Meginui.s. 6 1.\R1TORD. cmlinul her Agency al Proposed and; agrred to by the third General other creditor ol A. Zn?. Gatlin, Complainants COT, on lb. day specified below, |to fake rfI

t IIIRCIIRTT & LINDENHFRGER.t. TII0 Company. ti promptness and stability fIhe Assembly ; subject to the action of the nxl I via. proofby depositions before him, in rtlalionCpI *
Sarah Retina his Wif Executrix settlement and occupation of all wkl ?'
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J t. 1949. 9 3t Turbutt Betton" peron.
rt'mbr %6. mIlE REGULAR- LTKE! OF PACKETS between Cotnpanv for the lastthirjv years, is a !u3icienl General Atsembly. of \. M!. Gatlm, and otheM, Defendant*. tamed permits under tbt Act of Congress .J ? "

J- New York and SI. Malk and ltwporl11 IIranllt: of her !o"ntnf' "She has sl.llhe test By an order roaJe by his Honor An Act to provide for the Armed OcrnptioD t ,d

i- State of Florida. c"mm"uc riiMiiinif at (ptnin/ of II f'at fre. in York and other part ol' AN ACT to amend the -Jth Chu e of the .',th Ar. WIICHCAH DOUGLAS, Judge on (tl.cf I l.t December Settlement( of the unsettled par' or the Peoi l.ncS

and ciintintie throiHihout ,year, viz: the United Slat. and so arranges her business that tide of the Constitution of this NJ!> *t lhat ,the Is 17. in Ihe above entitled cause,the under. Florida' spprotetl August 4ih, 1342. and wk

nrl WA RC.\LLA, Ji (selyn, Ma.,ler, no one fire can cripple or injure her. not allowing Judges of the Ci'cuit Courts shill h.-ld tb.-ir olicts signed was appointed among ether. things to take otctfpjnfs under that Act and the Act f.tr.
.. o.:!'T f. \ Trim do. her Airent to take over certain amount of risk in instead of ,dun 11: amen< &
.- : all built for a term of eight veirs an account ot what i ij due In Complainant for their thereof, approved June 15th. nnr.anJ who
\ LUCllirtmer, do. any one block, and avoiding to'Tnl entirely good behavior j 11 Jims. and to all other creditor of said A. M. Gat. d or settled under said Acts,and did actoHloccupit l
.' MMV \V\EE, tUik, d,). (new.) of wood S RtttrnnfteJbiftbe Srnatr nnd H'>ne DoC vet
"CTIO-* I. tin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further nntarily relinquish and abandon the same hot
\Cls-SA, (1)! (new) All ns\s are settled prumntlv azreeablv to thedeclarations tht Stale of Florida >n Urnrrnl .1\ eon
Perry 'Reprettntalivt of I That 'the saiJ Ma.ter do cause an advertisement tinned to reside on said frontier Sooth of
These built the most substantial man in the policy. We are thankful for 'the the Uth Clause of belie
drift are in .lurmbfy convened. That the Floridian dividing Townships number.
to br published in a newspaper nine and
nor expressly fat liiis trade and are commanded: past patronage, and b. our friends to nI"hene"e Article of the ConstitiHion of this State be ten.South
: ty (Ihe 51 h published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such and East o( the:base line specified in nil
< c.irt-hil aid e".ril.If Captains Freight and pas. they wish, insurance. and we will risks ott as. so amended as 'to eat as flow.1'1.: Tint at 'the other' pualic newspaper as he shall think proper for IS47, I thereby aiding to effect the objects of Act r.

sa, eat' the low.si rates Ac,'nl- favorable terms as any Comrmv of ejuil standing.J. expiration' of the present term of office of 'HIP JuH:e* : the creditors of 'the said Alfred M. Gatlm to come Acts viz : Mia
CUE.NUERO: &. CO. R. FORTUNE, A'trl. of the Circuit Courts, with the exception h.>rrillr''-
Newnansville Alachua
III before him.and prove I their debts on or before t hue At County on Thori! .
GOVERNOR II) |B"u'r .treet. New York At (the Tin Manufactory.Tallahassee. tar mentioned' 'the Justices' .r ,Utc Supreme Con-t i. k'00e1 > .
PROCLAMATION BY TIE first tin of May next ; and that Mich ol the creditorsvhoshallnnlctimeinandprovelheirdebtsby 12h 10 day.
JOHN DE.VII vM I. August 1 I It). 1 ISIS : and he JII" 01" the Circuit Courts shal be electedfor
pE IT KNOWN lo the people of this State -. --- -. I 'S I \ t the time At Long Pond, Lery County, on Monday..53d tVt.
i.) that in al the Act of the General McNAUUIIT &ORMOM To Country Merchants a term of eight years and shall boMtluir olficts-! cforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of this detree ber 10 day,. *

pursuance( and Jlli DeC Newport. for lint. 'term unless sooner removed under tIre provisions and lhat ucb not parties' to the bill, At Micanopy Alachua: County.on
h Isl7
.sc-rublv, approved fit January. Tin has now. and is constan'lv. i ; persons Thursday No.
August I 1S49. 4 th removal of
Newport 12. THE "nlf"I.r made in this Constitution' for (
.,-nber.'lSIS. Chapter 71' and |11'i.; an eltction will to el of who snll come m before 'Ihe inl Master 'to prove vember.2 days.At .
within the State' onT'juliv ro'nfrnunTfmrt Ju.!'i;.'! bv address or impeichinent' ; and) frilr..l I heir debts, do. before (they arc admitted directors, s-t Augustine, St. John's County, on
the
h held at *ere-rii precincts! : following i which we ( x tract trim the Cam- 7\n i>f all deieriptwni ma.hlErv Me causvhirh TtorKht.
I Uct ol ilntv or other ren"on \ *
the 7th div l ol November no\t to ch e T''HE better than ne contribute to the complainants their proportion of Qt th November, 1 0 days.
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.. Jo mill. is (morn the R v. E. L Frazcr oKcrsLaw ( bv which (the vvo'k is done ever I ulTicuntrroiind for the
I t'iree Elrct..r!ol Presi.lnt and Vice President, of the Di"lnct, S. C. before in t this (\.I.ee. snail Guivern"timail; not be [remove any of them iinpeaclunent.on I the Mro-s, I the expenses of this suit, 'to be settled by the said At St. Lucie County, on Monday 27th November*

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U iited S. Iravollin all 'the from Ma- ;I.t..ler.1,111( : was al..o..n.lerf'fIlhat. an account 10 daytl.
Stllf! Kershan Di.lril. c., ) Th.rl is Pedlcr year E'nc'ul"t'mhlv I'sorlikul.iocrrr
l.'aruinol. : the (; .
Given tinier mv "band and the creat' seal 1 tif Itt MJV 19 I. h'I;. 5I 5 rianna 'lo the Suwannee River t 0 supply .the M 'r- I ol two tlunlsof I shall ;be staled, be ,taken of ill secnrilres; or eollaferils held by the At Mellonviiie-, Orange County, tin ThurednI.* ..
,' the at
'h it' cannes '
: cause or
-S'atc.! al the Capitol in Tallahassee1. : have inod in rnv Dmilv Dr Hull's r/ever and: chants, who can alosays it,ly on our wagon Rom.: lilream! entered the journals of I creditors rcsptcfivelv and a report b<* rr.aoof the December, 10 days.

L HL ] 17th .I,! of Au;;.i-t. I'I"01 \ tf iilN.atiJ also; Dr. S.nct.r's;; \V-ri'a'I.. Pills. through. 'the section above nmll. and delsverin ,the each Icnsth I Hiiiise in such. a quIpiurii1eI.Iiur1/itr.< on That\\ t tin- can'e ame, and of Ihe value of each" And it. was also At Ocala, Marion County on Monday, lit Januarr'

\ D. MOJr.LEY.Ty fog tin- Usi f'I years, and have no lie-it.ition in pronouncing Tinnv' oidirs s.nt: bv mail will be promptly attended Ii shall* notmeil the Jiiil intpnd ordered 'that all parties may be examined upon interrogatories J JO day. ; _
\ the GIVtrnn: o trlur of f.1orula. them 'Itibemosi exctlltrit family rnidicinrsa } .to, and d.li\'n.I.1 oire to the Merchants or evicts 'be shall to bead t nilled c so and produce all books and papers in At Chucocbitlle Bcnion County, en Monday, Ikb
to he removed, anil! he : 'to a hearing
A. E. M 1 "'nL. as an art of j jn.t ice to I the worthy proprietors sate that 0'" |>ncs. are always the same, without for .lIl'h removal their custody or power relating .theretoupon oath January, 10 day.
\.e doft vote
in his 'nre.brfoiea iv
.. crtetai1/ of State. lit l these invaluaMe! Pills, I wil( state I fur the inlor- the lenst sariation.We I shall! own; and, in such cases',the vot- shall betaken I II htforo the said Master, as the said Master hall direct At Tampa, Ihlltoorough County, on Monday,30tlr
August 19.!' ., 5 mation and sati-l.iction i of concerned that mv hive on hand the following as well as |p.I" ." January 1(7 days.
altice! .
the Journals
I i tiv veas and I n ivs: ant i entered on of each .
------ ------ Now "therefore all claiming (10 be creditors At Key West Monroe Comity
wile, prior to onr in irrusp had been more or h't" every 'thing kept in our lint: House '.h persons ,dn'Monday.llth FA*
Fire and Marine Insurance the such Cookine rr!pectiStc \ of said A. M Gatlm are hereby in of' diary, 10 day. _
subject t-f Chill an I t'mtrs for aboul euhttinmonths Furnaces, as t'fn' famihnlft..; Be That the JUIrl'lIlir..t pursuance
entrteil.
BY bavins tried srioiia u'mc'dlt'without success Stoves of the most approvtd l kind in use ; AirTisht' 2 further shall be siul order, notified lo produce their claim, and the At Da-le Count),on Wednesday.Ist' JIarch, lOdavs.
amended Constitution:
TiE and was ""f much red. need in fl.'sh A 'low Stoves, for Chambers Parlois. or OlFires ; (.ttt rl'poinINllllulf'r t this .,,, The first clas, shall: vouchers in support thereof, and I all collaterals and All cases presented will be examined and re:Mnl1on
div idiMl (bv lot into' four ci "'
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Protection Insurance Company .1 hv- alter toarriage she commenced with.Sfitnrtr Roasters, Double Rod Iron Pump"s; I Ice Cream Fn'f. the of securities therefor before rne, at my office in Tallahassee ,and person interested' are requested to hart therf
for
o'a hold his their oirite olfires ( term two
or
'1 Pill, a idniadavor I afterwards with llulTsillt zers, & .01e. or within the time limited in said order, and permits,depositions,and witnesses ready and be prepared
Of \ \0 C. four ,the third
cv Jersey the second for the term of ,
years
; she! used about half a box ot' each ; I the re- June 1, I" 1'. 4o; years. the otherwise comply with I the provisions of 'the lame, to prove their cases fully in conformity' witf
AT fur the 'term of six jeais, the fourth for 'term ol be adrnitlul to the aid suit. the instructions t forwarded each
SOIFR'ILLE.C.PIT.4 suIt was, I R 4'1('Le'PRE. She ( i i md her healilianil eight that they may "parties printed claimant.
$2'JU,000-Chartered' February, ISIS. very rapidly ami lia hid: Ito I t turn of_ HavanaSyrps vears Dated this ,third day of December A. I). 1SI7.( HUGH ARCHER.
"lrcl11 : .'nd Prritrret at en*! In '" Snr' / .*. [P.n.oil the "semtcbv. 'IhcConstifutioml mijiritv
SIMON TOWLE United
(_ shire.; I believithese rnieirI.! SI''C'iaJfa.ter. Agent; ( States Treasury.
OOZE Raspberryand Orange Flower December: I'J 7. Pissed I th<* house of Repreentatives
TlmCotnnanv' insures on MerchandireFurniture. fi Ill b?harmless al.I"'I?e, ail l \\ two us dasprrifiralydirected. Orange December I.1 Is 17. 20 tfiTIhc September :30. 1S4S II

fluiI4in !. Maclunerv', FtKtories, and pro,erty gen Are attended with satisfarorv_ nsiiltsF J 4 Sirups")iiF.. I Ilavini, Pre.rres, in Jlrl. 1..1. I by the Constitutional 1 majority January 6, Circuit -r r Of nit Middle Circuit of (*:> The Oeala A nio*.Jacksonville New..and Sr"
cfallv, in dty and cuantrv. : L. FR.\XER.: Augustine( Herald, will publish the above not ire.
: 4 1 Ha idsim.e Grass 1 H.llnmOf'k.1'f'1| In I .April lr, 'ISIS I to r.mNotice. Florida, in and for the County of Leon.

J. U H>KrT\T: ,\_',
DIRECToR',. The f" 11.mine tosfmiony from an itif icritial 1 Planter 'nr. I TO SPRING T1RM: A. D. ISIs.Leopold Select School for Boys
June 1. |1"1"| .1ot the Tin MiuutaclorvALACHUA I
William; Thompson'>, KKvaid Pav!nn, N Yt.rk. Washington. Countwt take 'Irom the Mcnmi J I 'pilE pirfnership li"'rel .fore existins bi too ceo (Grcenbcrc; CharUs (; (limited to 25 Pt'pIU.>
Peter L. Mttlhew Rud dale, HOUSE: &i4 r IIF.year it divided into two terms of
Strjker 1.J.rl,1: 5't- I L I I Pie "II!""n i hH" \\al idi!siil id bv n.utual I ci'ns,'nlon I hetg, HeiiM Grernbr.jinil \'mmp..il twenty"
JIIMt Ta'I.r J S. Mrlntjir. Drookljn.tn .} ,, ron County, Gi, Jitiiiarv r>. Isl7Dr ; fills damages _L four week* each, and two vacations, rf Iwo
Etimism.rch.into
.Yitrnanvnlle, Florida It t'I'lli the 2111 July lat Mr isaac N. Drake is duly: situ
11 S.mllr.in, G. Iow'tr.In Calv.u E. 1 1-1..r Sir-It ItiIMMMI a',oul |||. subscriber having |p"rdlJ"(1 J i the hti., aimil! juthcriZfi! 'to close tl.c Luin s" "I} the firm. i ill''trade iisir.s 'Ihe name,si', f\rn'l titfit! ). weeks eich PupiN rna, enter at any time,but i ill
\ J. B ihrety,.irs s|?jco I tnHi.nr..II.il v< ur FI'.rlm/ no case for a shorter period .than six month Honorarium
; Attachment,
\ mne.WM ( -' lormerU,' invntd and' occupied; by J. W. SHUtUOOD, firm ft L. & II. (Greeabug
ilrnt.J. and l .ltitt-/'cetr ii1(10 nv' li'ita'n. I Ihave 8"}, $10 $15, in advance
TjrHISO: Ju ,1yite | \\. Prarsiin l E.i j I., Ntwmnsulle, K F.is J'I I. N. DK\un.: t'.f. forfclMi; ;.. per quarter ( )
H. VOORHEES. Secrttary. had a I l.re Lumber of cises e f IV- Ex'rat-no1t'' .
Chil.
.. ant fI'aly" ) accomiii'd.te Hond.rs and Tr..n'lh'u.! an,) s'\ML'CL QAIL.: William S. Carpenter. J
vet, aiul s< ini few ol Hillinus Fcv r, al.1 l in in. The class, in I this school are so arranged that
\ 1/ bv' Ins tx'rlion to make his Talljia-! t r. 1 1S 1'3. dt'f..nlanl.af1t.1 all other persons interested'
dopes guest
ai corv August >
.\eent are aulhon/ed to itiletollie (cus 1ancf! t.f cillt.:r f'rrnnt Fever hive I fti iied! ti 'I'eCt ; TIn this pupils may pursue, at their opfiiii ,either an English
THE[ (iii,table as possible lie has c" tif I this Company fiat they reco iu/c a cure v\l hei tliici 1 linn \.'eie I ltU.Il1l l and they \ retaken or a Classical Course rf Studies, to any extent re*
bv attachment and that
,t rate ostler alwavs. ill attend mre Florida they are required lo appear
lie! Courts of the dillerent Slates elf the Lninn, at tin- coir.j:lencesnent of (lao .Ii)i-tase. I have Exchange. quired
I FORGE; : : M GALPIN.Vewmnsville anti plead to (the declaration fiKd in this cause according
(wherelhey have a'III!.) m ease of dif'eierice! and hail greater !llrCl"' in tI.ii1 your III*, linn: with r PlIK i i : 'IJJl'fifrr111 i cuntun: t thu business rf t lie. lw The School i is,at all time, open to public imped-
IT. |1.IS. to
May f
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t tat their Agents are iu"Irnr'r In conform lo the any ether 'lw"licinf I have f''r I..J nv lamilv ----- 1 fit m alt t'hl' .11 "sran-l, whtrtbf \vill at all t lures \MFS: T. ARCHLRtturnev lion ; and challenges a comparison with anv Semi.narv .

usages of other responsible Companies in the settletn there is no iln'ibl} that \lien tisc
nt of losses lions, \vill miket! < :*/>'f
The 'urilkf; hare been ajjoinlfJCI'. byte \our, with respect.EMXNL'KL. J U SHOILDIRS': I lia-e call anJ i.(tllo their d --- -- -
a',jve Co nnaifar .. .. P.ROWN.t ills' th,. best Leaf L ird). ISAXC N DRXKIL) .1

LEWIS .V AM11S." ) The above valuable! nfdi<'mes, fresh and i gn. 5ix' > Ihs Carolina Rice, August 't, 1 I" 15. 3 Sfitmtl( C''I'| v. STEAMER GLASGOW, Estrayed

Aueusf 12. 1 isjs. 4 t'.mA uine.arefralet.y LEU ISMES, 2,1> t hul. FROM
--- -- ------ Jtihl.lM'I I '. ;) T.ha""lC.! Fla III sacks R'oCoffie, Committed to Jail.E about the 10th of August last, a small

ltEDICAiNOTICE.DR -- -- .- --.- -- --- -- '. and I
I ri srallons choice Liquors Wines NEGRO roan named DICK acred) about dun colored mare MULE.! One of her shoulders


Slra'r in I the Franklii Medical College of AM If'' dozen b...t Pi.rl Wine u..II htnit M\Br.( \RI T.ItI" wife, aged a- J.\'IE! : TUCKEH{, MA3TFR. the point of her ear very close together. Any person
Philadelphia; ,) line f rmed a c.i.p.srtn.s..tiip (>' the I Tonic and ifoiitivo Ritfrr HI Mad.iraUne, returning her, or giving information where she-
bout 2" y'arl. and CHRLES I ( their son, .tgtl rSlIIi; mmsitlersigned avail himself ol' this mode o'
praticeof MEDICIM'.au! I SITRP.KRY. and for theINSTRUCTION I'or of 1'ir fitood I 4 Sherry be had. will be reasonably rewarded
Purijtenliun an I/a1oinof -9. may
;
: lt dut ian; wire |ticked u,' at "l't. inirarioe, a informing the public that the new Steamer
1 OF :1..1.LU. STlTltT) : the' .*.1/,1 lioin all :Murbul Siertttons cf Iht S Claret few mii's! from *?Mirks I lujht, on the t 12th ult b\ (;\ViOVV; i: no A perlormin her regular trips on Address GEORGE E. DENNIS.

Patie" I ruin a .Iislanel can ". accommodat- (;/ :, Skin and Ijftr, .U rJd Humors, and1'itnited Siap. Candles, sjirch Cheese, Pickle, 01'ves, the st I. Marks Pil.its. Slid negroes >av they IM 1.r .1. a,1.1 i on re.onJ"iE terms, either at the Hotels or i Slutr i J the Si/item, tffrl Olive Oil. Catsup. Mustard! Pt'ppt rGround Pepper Countv
a Mr Ll" vd Hill of Marion f.t: t i nor- 1 his boat is strongly built ol the best materials List of Letters
Private RiarJiu, ; Hiinsesof' the city. arid can. reteive I 'HEsI': : 111. and ISillers have t hrn> steadily j ruin- ("n.t-n and Black Tf.'as..C.., at (the new srroeerv.tore lid,., and wire-list, from Cedir K..n.dl her they and propelled! by two (ensines and capible ol

from the Subscribers mic'i. Medical and Surgical at- I'' L ill;1:1: |H,.> mon all clao.es-iire. nut rlw .' ol. S. S. KMGI1T.Apnl had cane for the pose of making 'their way to I carrying one hundred: tons burthen or .I'JiJ' bales ol' REMAINING in (the Post Office at Talhhawe,

tintivn[ as their cases mav ""llirj. I ainon those ol d., '.III dticary or erunciital] 2 I. l 1"1". II 1 New Orltans. and are now i in the custody. of the L-. cotton, with ointahle accommodations Cur lorry passengers 1, SIS :
A limited lun''r 01 O'FIC STlDF\T will : character but c.n"l e relied .>n as -- .\hbvCap Hart. Oscar
uj compositions Pure Sulphate of Quinine. S. Mir-'ial! is riiniwavs of light draft requiring but sevt ntt'en inches
brecei. vcJ. "h" will Iw..ulie.! l w .}, ", I'latps. i I founded upon correct thtraieutic] pril.il.lt.| and The ted to I I Armstrong, Richard Hobby, Miss Elrzabet&Austen.
and other : ub-.cribers have on hind two hun nilred and j tiwiuris re<|'ir come forward proveprolar'y. water, t thereby enabling I.er to perform her trips
\utmical. Irel.ralln"-\II be re;u- contided! in as at C.llImh
) ou:ices of Sulphate of Quinine' which they \clay expenses In away.A1u1h re: seasons -
I larl examined in the prioress .II.li.., accnrh -!I vvh.'revr a Ttunr; <..r .ljuiifnl i is Itt! !. and where hive blamed diiert Irom 'the intnulaclurt-rs: and 't..1)Y.. HITCHING : and Cedar Keys.It""firb Columbus even' Tt'ESD.Y Ash. Charles W 2 Irwin, John M

:is to the molt I 1lhUe) in the lar..'f\orthern i, a I'lliz-tive or .Imple| jll.artic. aloi.C is lin',hI.I the 'they wiM!! \v.irrarit it to he a >i'ipt.nor article I U. S. D1. f fr Mid,lie District .I Fa.Tallaha. ; 11; "rnnig at 7 o'elock, A. M aid; Ctdar Kevsi .Mcry. lion C M Jones.Alfould
be
tilit"wil I.uh' CalJOI'.1 and (elisiense I'll 11 tilonfl.iiu! ii'.irivalltd We have tnhreed) ourfork of Irmizs and Medi ..,..., pt..rr.h.r, :. I' |I'. 7 i evtrv 1 KID( .\Y inoriun?. .shcyld uIcient! : |':.itrmiajele Aims, Lonciin Jerkins, Zachariah
1t.lcinl'i. ail I will bu iu the minor The will and fuire i I j Burton. Joseph, L 3 John-on. B
Joseph
positively CUT. - --- extended the interests ot !.
:'lou.anJ. cines bv reCent an i'1I. and! are prt'pared! to exeri.te 1----- or tppcrs require
1i..Iefirs of the
0-ry Hind. 4.C &.". Surori-Iltezn' ,*, Cupping <>f CJM: *, Dyspepsia, J.undue l'u'r Complaints orders 'for articles in our line at holesale or retail I 1I U. S. MAIL LINE her to luerfrno two 'trips per week the prol.rit-Iou ]Birnett. Samuel W Johnson Augustus
141 n.r Fruitions: of I the v\in, C.mpl' \io-i, G; -n,'r,l lDthiiitv 1 ill ill and make the Brown James P King, Smith D 4lullock.
S"low on the most accommodatM.i ItrmsWe w cheerfully anjiiitsce nceessarvj I J
Pffrlia1! nj. Private OFireni an, .Airencan citvwi'l h ,i Loss ui, _\ > i Supprt 1-Ct,I Pn'1 ; ... : I Florida H Lamer, Col H H
| | 1 r"llln. ehin e.oradd alu'lt'f, beat to tl line el like
I. ( Invf 41"0,1 h'w accounts vit due to in for t the ... .-fj j : 'l net e ,
LIi- : .
alTord ;: -
a Irc.tc\anetv. of new and apprvtdreme.1ie \c. As an tx ellent erajieatur tif 4f ; : I!errv, Henry H Lester Miss Frances
kc mrrttirij sear |1"17.| Thtv are generally in small 1m"'lIIls. kit i, ij.jritv% I ti the one row e'i.poT! < d. .\s soon as praC'J J
or present morepractical: facilities 'for'udents. fiotttthrnitfHt\\\i\ *; Pills and Bo\d, Williim 3 Leach, Miss Martha
.! \ Bittur.areurie.1.iahl&d. but i if I tlie vvholi. cou'd he pallt"short iv, i i'.ul t ,) go [ ticahle this h'.a'ill' extend htrtnis up tIe SuJllt'e -
I The imulicatiii;,.reijuirm Spencer IMls and Ii: ,- s __ ." t lo Ihe ar.d also the Bail*y, Gen William Larcader, Robert WBirbpr
w river lppT Springs
far ar113 main which J
too li'llIiI"ling( : sums we owe -# fr I up
In c'nneJioni'h' this department' it tnav he pro- let s, and wl 1tIIIIshould belak I it with* ut, delay asa v; ..tJ"t' \,11.1.11. chic nvi'r. ; William Lavender, Mr
LEWIS ,\.ME.S.Apri129I'tS. _
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7 nr to ttat lint ai taon as po.tibte, an 1 Inlrmarv, prittttlite i 1 jorla/ion of artttr dixraie:ale w -- rx- The undtrsigmd would! further state that he and I ruom. Alexander Mills, Mrs Elvira M
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: f)rthe ttceion.f both M.-lieil; and Mirciral; I>a- I vvlicn the is fUftd when the mine is ; From Tallahassee to Macon. 1 Items, pr"l'ri.tl.rs nil this boat, have availttl Ihem- :Carter, John Miller, Washington
1 wilt be os>e'iH. ytin students r.ill have: thepportur.itv .. 1I'u" EUI( ) ai." -i-i', hoiin Tallahuiste John James
ieut hily \ t bet e is |I.ail in I lie stoinacb Through m furti/-tiro fiom 101 'i In sol' the provisions of an act entitled An art IP Comfton, George Maccain.
( n(p fiaettc'ifly!,''l'ing dis'asa.Tallahasjee and bowl; when there are nervous irritations Notary Public, .Maron, nnil la'.hnt'!>.5/ti'5 in thru /'/!T, improve the navigation and 'lo riasii.ute 'flue owan- (r.r'.ett. Mrs C :M Marshall. \VmChoice.

.! ISJs. when ( re are pains in the bark. alt leal! ; when r./u.. i u.i s.s/:/:. FL unw.1.I' in lime to tar tltr Matl Boats on I ate nero r, and f ''r ether(! piirx| se': lh, rein mentioned ( Rev Wra II Meachara. Banks

J T. J. WIL'ZO'M.. D. (hf ln is I..t. dry, or yellow \\leii t the appttiNis \Nil I ists I''. ,\'>rth theJonift ilai'plIF. ./. enarttd al tie list s'>sir,n if the Legislature c,f the (Cupp, John Mallard Miss Hester

C. C. \NW\CK.M' D. i po"r ; when there are rrld c.ils ; brim the 'taZe will It..a, c Fall.itiasee on Mnndiw, i state of Florida l Ih.lt! they have recently' crginiedtht I (["ole, A H Moon Wm 2

_Julv 22 I On dreams; are Jwl>.r starllini; in sleep. : -Spring and Summer Goods. JL W -lnesins and I rulivs, af .1 I o'dock.1., '.ir rurnpanv r ursu.mt tim;the I'r..i"Ion'..i said act, (["nig X Daffin Moffitt, A P

Notice. If taken on .((.ccurrence flf ally or a1 1 (I'| these ami arrive in Miconrm (i,nnc, ). Hdinbuil.e, N"W- tin.ler the name and st\It' I of (the Florida State' Intrrn ([*am, I-barn, Munro, Wm

indications, cf lpr'larail tlseasl: pain and mrn'ON & iiid'cs( ; li'n. .\Mljtnv' Am ncu- arnl Ptrrv,) (.n 1iu sdayshursda i .1|Improvemt nt and SIt'ami a'ion C >rnpanv. ( ondov, Thomas Munro, Dr Thomas

SIX month"rter .J.l( I shall appl t"". the Hon I'' irUness ina\ t tx* | now receiving a large and general assort' >s, and S.itiir.zis! at 10 ,'dock. P. M:in i 1 hi. Cptn111 oon complttt 'hir arranaements, | (?oe, Maj Jta-e Parsons, Rev James 3

e of I'Pro1 t.. the CoinU .tf JelTtrstn Tie 1 above M .dirines, frt-sli aiid cenuin >, are for ARE of d f S.PRIV.M D s\MM|; : |:H GOODS, tune for the cars for Sdvjnnati: Leaving Macon onM ol' which ilue \tiee will be ci'rn. for purchasing I[)ei. Jjtnes N Por ons. Joseph HDe

rletters of :.u ion as Adtnuntrifor; d J Paul. !'I s:1.. lay LEWIS &. AMES, to whil'h i lie'', i invite the attention ol (the. ['ut,1 ic. '>nd iv s, \Viil:><.>d,ivs. i-d Feiah iy. atI I'dock.1. .\ I Cotli ami ether protlucti o*r the country, or make I r U itt, John F Price, Miss Martha J

Malh .lt, lhcf'a.t.d.: J ilv l I I. I h 1 H. W Talhhassee. l1a.\ March .'". l ici is. '..j I :: aol arriviium I raIl ihisste oa Tu.1 .' il!ivs" 1 hursdavs liberal cash advances upon all proptrty shipped, 1/ l Jot hard, James Rollins. John II 3"Jnireer

RICH \PD IIARRISOVJdlerson I' --- atidSjlindiv s, at I 1""I'' o'rh.ek, P M Tins (line : to lion rcipnrtd As soon as praclicable a line of'' *: *.John Rollins, Juliet A
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.tn'y. septembtr'I. 181 S; CmAltUflititeut. Drugs, Medicines, &c. Just lleceived, I .nnects; with the Ce'I'r' 11_Kul_ Road!, savannah An- : :table: ptektls_ _will beestaSli-ht-d! ) l>v the.Company_ ':I J): e-!innsh, Dr Lewis Rail.Eli

AT LEWIS11;"' Di'II u More, a fre-\11 supply _IIa.' MiUnL'tviIif I arid \\ealern Kail I K..ail to (o- ixlwten Ceilar Kvs ant I>ework.. antI Aew Ur- t *3e) Wolfe, Chas S Rus-e. James

EDWRD B.\KN.\RD, JR.. New and Valuable Medicines-among hick Iti.ibus (Ga; It tUi> connects wlh I Ihp Mail Lnif l,'ans for the conveyance of freight arid FIlieribv *dward t Major John D Robinson, Mr or Widow

I Jutiee'i Com tfor 'Id District, Leon County. c":! ) rcttivtd, bv the late arrivals, a are (the loll\WIM.Dll.SPEM'hU's".> : j from QUIIICV to Ch..fI.lh".die., mil t lli.Tire t tt1'.1" I II ,Hicnrinz to all its pitrons; d sale pa..St'ngerl'// *T lward*. Mrs"L >uisa M Leach

John S. Rand, ) : H\S" addition ID his vmok 11' (jl.i:\. ; : \ I:GET; .\ nu: PILLS AND RES1'OR.Vif -, lwhuie.ul.s. Pissen.ji fan zn from 'Itllahissre; toColiinilius I..dill'us. mode ol 'trtnsportation; of their 'Iwrrds, Robert Ricer,. L F

ta. > .\tiiount of debt :00 -a UNEDlllGs.D! ; : : all t.I'| n: IMl IFRS: I in three divs, anil but one night will be eilbet nnrktt as wtll as return cargo to its place of( J.,:Illicit Rev John B Scott, Lieut W W"urr

John \\ Fnrv. 3 .; are of { : llu.uiit:I.HL..L"!\ luirjoi Cuh Designed for, and trill cure Dv. pepsia l Liver Ceiin- spent' on I Iht road between, Lillibassce and \ldC'on.1 I ,1..tiIlJli..n.: Tile rates of transportation will in nI'l j F Whit Seabrook, Cap Joseph

TiE' aid al others interested are : Also, on\Ilel 1 a ic;.eral"lx as>,|rtntiit ot Ihe following ;diint i, PilfHiolili, Jaundice-and all I kindreddiseases The public ran ret assured that ivery attonlio-i \illj instance t'\c'ed l those here'oforechargeil l nr allowed F rcderi'- James A 3 Scale,, J H 2

tio'iti.4 of cumrnencement ol' this : vvliith ate warranted cluill. vi7H i : rt-siilluu lioiu a dmrd.red stomach or im- bf )IId"llu" 1 the comfort' ot t thf-sc who way patronize for like services, (but a material' reduction of uc', F:lorey, John W Stacy, John P

suit bv attarhtnent. rt-turaablc to a Justice's Courtto .tuck's [Paiien.a, Row: an:.PH Im;iroved Tonic Mix- ",.Ie i-lalei t IIf t 1,10.1.,! (Ins Line rites i if conlempl.>ted at an early ;penoel i ,, as soon as I F,arrester. MexanJer Slater, D T

be bell; ktTa'Ianass. :'>con the llth d..v! of December i I star's I <.f Uild i i DR Ill:I.r.'S0 n\1 LOXE.NGI.S FARE: I t lie i prrpidf business bill warrant Ouch red'iction. I- 'orbe, Wesley Spears, Joshnavy'i

next, and to appear ani 1 pie:id to the same I I'lc. \ :1..I.al is ChBraltreII'a Carnpht The safest most ttVrtuil and, j>lca>ant prt'jnntionhelore F'romTtll.ihuassee} to Qumcv,$2'5'0; 'to RainbnJge, The facililie-ioirered I to parties of pleasure and ot hers F hcr,George Sweat, Wm 9iib

Given under mv band and seal, this -4lh day of Sep Pils. 1.rl C.uh, ainl Dinner Callilic.is, Hotiplaiid'sCtlerateiJ the putilir. fir the eradication of UUIMS, in S't ; to .\lha.iv, $.11 l I and (to Mtoon 8,''!. l'n visit I the Kevs at all seasons ot the .ar. one ol' I G n. Wm 2 Turbeville, Wilson D
tember, A. D. I I*. L07I'I: WRIGHT I .VUVFR. Pr id.rs.. G iordin Mrs Eliza Ann VarnT
< vcrand) .\.u. R l.d\. (''nlial. Children tr Adults .. :.rn the most heallhv and de:irable retreats for invalids
EDWARD M. WEsT, [L s.] 1'hom|> o.'s Fve: \\\ater MrMunns' Eliir.f J""fli.i Opium HFLL'S COUGH LOZEGKS.Will i.v JKM.V! .>i v .vit>, /\cenitVp i and others in the State and the beautiful and romantic : !raham, Rev A Willis,James

Justice' ihc Peace. Sands Turner's Fevtr and Asjue Pills. PBFV .%T Consumpion, and cURf: all ca'es of t rr1- at the Phntei' Hoftl. Taihjhua-niei--C. i scenery of the tiwannee will. it is supro"ed.ofler G lib on, J Willeams, Miss Jan,

September9,1eIS.I S 3:n '"S.r""palila.dlo.: G.nl.all'" It.llioiis! and Anil i h DvspeplirPill Cul.I..ttunt., SIilin| t i .( 01 Hln.nl Pains i HI the Side, E. BI I UY.gent ; at MM NA Til.\: in Quiincv. inducements to many to avail themselves of so pleasant C lujton, Mosc J Willeams, Wm T

*. BtCkilh'a! "pptic Pt'lerV arid shortness of IJreath; and all other Pulmonary Complaints July 17, 1.,17.d an excursionThis II l.l .
Notice. Alli.I P.14. ----- -- -- -- 'lolderne James 2 Wimbolev W R
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Spencer's IMls III .gent |for Tfwn"fII'" Company, having as (they believe made all
ALL persons having claims against the estate' of celebrated arsapirilla! in quart b >ttles, at st| jtr -S 1.lO- I DR. J. REESE'S lequisite arrangements for the convenience and accommodation II buck. Frederick Walker, Meaterlursl

Lain;. lateeif Honloii Count .dtl.d. bottle( Al..i, supenor Ix-mon ; (from DR) HULL'S FFVI:U \\D AGUE PILLS.Wtll of (the public, they solicit its patrona. II Elijah R Yeomans. Absolom

.. are re<]uested I 10 present Ihll. dulJ :authenticated' i puio Citne or Ismon. Acid S.HII'.I'r.'lar'l rel'ratle r 'Ihe known as a Sife, Ceitm and h Hut tuil' Cure LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE ..'<>. *. Persons calling for any of the above letter

within the 'time law for Fever aol,1 A Chills! aol I Fever Inlirunlti' I For fur'lirr l\If'I D. P. till please sat they are ac.verived.( "
prelib- ( they win be sick or ordinary use 111.1 'that u.uallx sold, London guIt' I CtttJNS of fi t ble> constitutions' and thoSe of sedentary particulars apply to rs.
debar'cd ; and all ;persons ( to paid tlar are !r.rtcr.lc., &r. aol,1 alloihi Fevers '"u riductd StcintyficeCuili P habits, are ouch t Irouliled with habitualrostixntss sMITH & Co., Cnliinibus. Mes-rs! SMITH at H.ARRN M. NASH, P. hi!.

revested to make immediate' pav men* to 1O. Ibl h. 47 per J>ur. \\iiirlicltinexirlsa very unfavorableinflueiic \1.ld"on.; Messrs PUTNAM & RICHARDS October ?. 15 1
c. F. JENKINS. > ------ ------ The hue Medicines, (mesh and genuine, are fur .- uen| .tbeircc MI rat health, which is particululv Cedar Kevs or to Ihe undersigned

JOHN B. ALLEN,5Adml8'Benfnn Groceries.SS sale by LEWIS i. ,AMES: manilest.,1 by irri'\ularitv, it not total hue> of i. JAMESTUCKFR, Ii the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit it

County S. J.., .*njusl; :><\, |I1S.- 2''; 2-n KNIGhT co* linui"s to riceivebv( eterv ves- Talliliassee, Fa appetitt, I Inlhl'4(( condition d 'i the system, I this article And others Proprietors. Florida, in and for the County of Waknlls.

I from New Orlean LARGE SUPPLIES OFFLOUR. For certificate, of rt''ommrnallln.} and' oilier in is roiiInkntly reci intneiidid with i the a-suranct- Columbus, Florida January 22, 1IS.I 2 2 lyAttorney
!( To Term A D 1543.eoptld .
Notice.A n.AXU (:HO'' : makes form:ion hC'l'rnin t he above :Midicmes.soe tot ore I hat i it 1 t lie d..e is [ProPel 1Y ai'justtd! so as not to ----- Spring

PPLICATION will Le made to 'the next General' it the inh're"f' every buver to ERIFI sec b.- advertisiments, and paiuph'its! ( which may' be lbIaln.J move t tin* bowels tM .iit!ivel i relief ma. be relied 'J. Li lJt H. L Greenberz. Charles Green- )
X X Florida for i caland of the :'r.Ii. without or c'c1lhe !l..a..t unpleasant .1 i"- ,Henry Greenbereand Adolri I As-nmpsif
Assembly, an art ot incorporationto fore they part with 'their money.August upon any conseqiiincts :it L.avt.Vonticello
authorize a company to construct a Rail Road from 1 5, I sis. 3 -March-I-, |IiN.Cabinet| T, re-suiting Irons'the Usef common Jcffcrxon County, Florida, K e. merchants and co-partners I damages
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-- --- -- meditiiu r".OIIt.1 l in trade,using the name,style and 1000.AltacliinenF.
Cedar Keysor sr.me eligible point on the (; co'ut. live u"u.lh' to.Personssubjtrt puna'i : attend 'heClrcllit Courts of the Middle
:1Thi.L
&c.
Making
Notice.SIX Uilious: Him of L i. H. Greenberg &. Co. I
to the St. Matj'n River,or dipb'e. on the to Cholimay rely \ Cireuitaritlot the ol Columbia
s'mE of Ihe
point County
PAR1NFR-H1P t I i .- Iheimtiersic! ', haveas.ociated 25.
months' alttrdite, the- umutlersignemiimlmimiii ( for S-166
Atlantic the CO IC.' of this medicine bv rs.
cvast fr St. J.I.u' Kivt'r. prl'Hhl proper us uinp it on Eastern Circuit Floridi.Monticello .
: I .) of I tlim. staff' of ( hi.srlvs : of I therrise'ves! 'together and from this dateIhe William S
August t I!'. 14S 3m Ctcksttrlli Ute' (lie lirst inlirnaliiriof: : an approichingaftJck.] : Thereare Carpenter. j jC
Leon will Ins, I "'0,10111'! | < will,I I I tic unttiil and I the Business conducted I August 22, IQI'!" 5 r interested
OO-: The News, Jacksonvillend, herald s t. AugUstine C.ua'y. pr.nl .counts an I vourhrrsbefore some ftlllliluli"ni li.llat': to regular attacks oflhlliuuis HE defendant and all other persons
the lion Judge: ef Piohaie for ald County, bv I.YCII'IN'aHltCJl'; : : .". Thtv arehrel.ar.it '! Fever will lake notice Cf the institution of this sail
will publish Ihe above three months, an.I almost very (all ; to such the use of Doctor John P. Duval, -
end their accounts' to tlusolfice.Medical and |pray 'for a liual. settlement\ and dischatge fiom to tin desriiptions of work illlllt'lr-lin", I tins mnllt'IIIC! is r> eomr.ii-nudeol bc iniiin. to use it FFF.R5 his services y attachmentand( that they are required to appear
said estate with 'fidelity! andd 'spitch.a'idnn as rejscinia1ihttermois bv. t the middle 11 May or hrst ol June. O professional to 'the cilirens nd plead lo the declaration filed in this cause, tcording -

Notice. HHES::: :: ECKsTii\i5v: ( hen nt,) far ct.h..r approved eptances as July v\orkmeii in 1 hose w hoso ili i sii\e organs are feeble often 0h \- of Tallahassee and surrounding country Office to law.
JOHN U !Hi\: i.OKCE.Mn I Iheroiintrv The ivmlinmd j 1151:ruui.ige' ol (tht.'I'lIh. in Wm Wilson's P.uilding: uHr'lI.1yurd's BookStore JAMES T ARCHER.
O. WIRY M 6. J. i.. CALI-. M. P h p.'ri"lC"f"' a "sensol (1Ine"'t'i ;ht aol l oppr..i..nrb..llr Taltaliisspp
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WIRT &.' CALL bare :lei Ihemselve- 2''). !Ide; : 41 fIT tiC is most respecttullv nlit'ilf dE t IliP stomach ann fating, w ill !lind tins m<-dit ) Attorney for PlaintiCr-
2t t bc.q
DRS. a"iO I:. J. February 32
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the practice of \1.ICIhf. S .. &c., and 'me atloitl almost l i inn::mil.tiert' ref.! August 12. is-io 4 tin _
Hamilton Tax GERXRD VINGFR1IO'TS.Tananasaep ( .
Sale.I
tifflr their servicen t.the, 'tr. Lailits near I their contitument nile i suffer from
OZceoser Dri; Store, IJhlic.' Florida I I) Y ,'iltl.I nl the j.o\er v,'-tidii i me by' law, I Ntvemhtr'Ii.; |s7| Iii; lujrlburn all,1| cn-tivetiess i : to uch t this art'feTe ishiijhlv John P. Duval, Thomas Jeff. Heir,

August I. I Sis-' 3 I ly y shall. \M.SC, fir sjle.! In"lore the Court, I Itlht S T!;LKY 1-'ot: s.LF:. r\TTT,". In rtcoritineiitlnl. as it tan be used w it hoot I Ihe ATTORNEYATI.AW I : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

door in the it,vvn ol Ja.]
Notice. Jida, on I the first M Iuud.y HI November I hb, tlieIolowiii2 June I 10, |Ss| ?. 17I Ihe Tin I M h.iiuit.rmrv. h..ul.u.he it is invaluaMe_ Yv. the Court of Appeils, and 'the United States' V V County of the MiiliheCirc jit, and in lU >at
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morrh. after date.' I shall apply to I the lion. d'lrlIJ'! pr"pt'ly.i or I". much f hereof as Attachment. Tins ariiclo will b<* loimJ to act as a pie cant' cor- District Court' at Tallahassee .rome Court and United States District Court

SIX of Probate for Ihe Counts cf Jelrers, the willpav scar the| |St-! .'J wit :County, laxis due thereon for In Justices Court fur the Id! JJtiti id of Leor county. thai and I"nic. r..'torm the appetite and at the OHiC'c in Wm Wihllll' Building,over lia)w.ud's aah'as MontKello.)) !(P. January 29. 18-18. SS _

f..r letters of dismistion a AdmiiiHlntor' ehon TiH 1"1.10 Ju,tus R. Fortune, A:t-nt, 1 simctimc fulfillin everv intention 'that the common Book Store, Tallahassee} _

'.01 of Farcjubar I.crf. I late' of said COunt), dec'dKICIMRU I I. Hin !1:1.t Wf'st h 'pul'.r and I Cavt of' Sect|inn, :1J, TovnshijiI. } r,. )( lit .ft I 19 -IJ. pursitives are intended to elli ct. It i.f pllrr/.v veselalle Februarv 2''). isj b. 33 Notice.
e South |, purport i to to --- -- --- when used
belong and
according (lotludirection*, rill *
IIMIRISO.V.JefTerstn William J. MillsJDSIMI. R. H Whitinz ) IX month* after dite the undersigned present
Ct>unty, Sltcmbr t), I*-S. S Cm T. HMs-DEV .1'1 I u fendant and all others are ht'rf'by notified i of wi ill be ftiuul lal1 i invaluable art'trie espt iallv. 'to t those G. W. HUTfcHINS, 3 their accounts and vouchers to the Hooorale -
athlete! with Dvspepsia, Dirangemenl of the
Sherif. Liver and applY
and Tax Col Hamilton the commencement of i this suit, returnable to a Jiid e of Probate of Benton County
ex .
Horse and Wagon for Sale. offru 17.Aprils. Justices Court be held or General Debility AUCTIONEER and A<1nniA'ratriY -
lo at Tallahassee on Ihe inli i>r letters of dtsmisoion as Administrator
IIC IIOR SE serviceable 3. I diy ol 1 October nest, and to appear and plead to the Prepared by Doctor J. Rtese, Griffin Pike county, T.1LL.11USSKK, FI-1 of the estate of William Boyd.Utaelaid
M a
% 'I' i :.0 Tiie al. Leather Top Buggy for Sale. same Georgia and! fur hale bv appointment at \.." in allY part of the county attended to, and County deceased.

S _ im.1-worltwel-priceln\y. (;iven under my hand and seal, (his 2d day of August F. CAH'I.\lm. Jr's, rt'fpectfulh'solici'ed. A. & A. CLARK,
covtrN. ea good A LSO second
: ( 110 Horse Rimuch.Xl. .
<>r Price low ole Ilalllue A. D IMs Dru-r Store, Tallahassee REI1.NFNCCS : Administrator and Administratrix.

plantation Appl/lo m.ktlVann.J. R. FORFUM" Agent Apply, lo J. R FOtTUX1, EDWARD M WEST ISFAL ] DANIEL LADD Newcrt II. BONP, Esq, I J LLOYD & FL nG. August-,. B. nlon Co. Fa.. July 1. ljjl JQ ;
June 1
lil-i 40 At the Tin -
eprein1xr l 18, 1518 9 : l.n1aclo Justice of the Peace Monticrllo, J. W ARGYLe, Fsq, | D. C. WILSON Esq -
Notice.
%
Medical
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-- August ", !"19. 3 3m Quincy i January 2-2, 151 S. 27
-Bot and Shoe-Maing. DR. J. S. BOND --- -- hARDY BRYAN, r I-I lIE undersigned have this day formed P1i 1!

.- FFERS his LEWIS & AMES Agent for Thomas county Georgia. ner hip under the name and style of TAYLOR
service
lE uulchign..J. the O professional to Ihe citizens M. D. P APYr sad ofler
22.1"47. 44DU. PALMER for the of Medicine
Itok : matciuUof Lut; ol. allaSaxsec' and the surrounding country May s. practice ,
DEALERS rnrr@rn &'n' iw They nope
heir servicestolhepublic.t
who about O.lice at Fishci'4 professional
4iHFJLD. is leaving 'the Stale' C,1 1.t1 ('. II. HUNTING, '-. 'ILL Practice in all the Courts in Middle business continuance"
the
.. t.uI respectfully intorms his friends and the May 29. 181. t' DRUGS. MEDlCIN :<. PAINTS. OILS b>y attention to to merit a

.t. public hat be is at present at the old stand, where -: Toilet Articles, Ptrfomcrj, if., Window Glass SURGEON DENTIST, itol Y V South Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Cap. f timer patronage.B. hi!. D.
WALLFR TAYLOTC.
-Arinir. room formerly the
...: he is prepared to execute all work hi. line \\ilh P.UNTIaM' occupied by
in BRUIHFS AND COLORS, permanently located' in Quincy.Florida, MU
NotceIs HAVING Secretary of the! Territory. THOMAS M. PALMER -
promptness and despatch. He baton hand 'he finest, IEnFDGIF: the next session of Apothecaries' Glus j YTnrc, Ac 'tenders his services to the publicin No-ember 1", IS t:. 17 Monticello. Fa AuzPatent 1. [."] IS 453 3m _
of calf skins and all *')Is of materials, and will ( AlemLly ol Ihe Stale <.f Honda, T III;"bo v I" constantly on hand,and forsale at the the various branches of his I'r fu..ion. From hisexperience

make at short nntieeand i in the best mJ"ntr. GEV- ppliciition will be made .to that' honorable body for lo\ est market prices. and success in practice, he feels assured JOHNATTOKNEY EI1SKINE. Shower Baths.A .

-,.' TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES ol: every descnption. the grant of a charter' of incorporation' (or a 'RailRoad LEWIS & AMES. of being able to please I those who may patronise him. AT LAW T the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat atn

'. Boot' fooled 1.I.I.anl o.lerwi"t. relairP in : In extend 'from 'the town or St. Andrew,. inVest Tallahassee. November 20, 1 IS.17. is Dr. R refers t Ihe public to convenient SHOWER BATH, intended for '

t.' o style and al rea chnl" He 'il wa. ..rida. to a point upon the Clutfaho' chie Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W D.\TIDBOW, Quluey Florida.. C hamber. It occupies but little room, and is encl-

\ rni his w"rk (to be equ.allo any in plce. liver, t or near (the section of boundary line be- Martin, Smith & Thorn, Gen C. II. DUPOMDr. R K LITTLF. WILL attend (the Justices' Courts of GaiLtden ed so as not to drip water on the floor Z

\ ami to :give as good satisfaction as to fitting any weFlcnda and AJJ mama T s said river.July Commission and Forwarding Merchants Office opposite' Ihe M. E. Church. Ladies wailed the Circuit Court of Middle Florida June 3, ISIS 4f

.t f .1 other workman. 2" I 14. 2 -a No. 6'2, Povdra Street on at .their residence as usual. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. ___
: .. JOHN LF.RCII.M 11 November 22, IS..I;. 13 tf
1847.
NEW-ORLEANS September 8 Cotton.
'y S, ll7. 42 tf Western Produce and Groceries. L \ .' c po Sentinel copy. 'u-
a' If. M. HA.RnN-G. W. SMITH-THOU I.. THORN. BALES COTTON wanted by tIe
''.5 TUST received a large supply' of PROVISIONS Kef at to Six Hundred Dollars. Horse and Buggy I(yUU scriber. for which the highett gsrkt1
.; TL \XTATION FOR RENT one mile North of I, AND GROCERIES at the store of J W. ArIlc. A. Bestwick.S. S. ? SALE.
I blel',Tallahusee. to purchase immediately Six Hun Apply to pi rice will be Pd.!
I JL: "alaba.H JOHN P. DUVAL. 8. S. KNIGHT. J. L. Stnallwood. R. L. Edmond, Quincy. WANTED ,* in SpceieAuriat FOR L. & II. GREENBERG & CO. g. P. BUL

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