The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 4, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tnJ IctJlntim paswd it the FIrit Sfgsfon TELL T11 I'EOPLE ,

of the Thirtieth Conrnsx That JSacharjrTajIor and MUfard! nlrrK!! *

LITfl1 arc the nonwicrs of the t\tf; part/ The

Jfo. 9AN ACT to anthorize the i iie of a register I FLORI AN0 same party mho pronounced! lh i war \\ iihMeiico
to the barque Wilhamef.StCTio I II
mast and damnable and
vnjuvt gsth
I. Be it enacted by the Senatr ant I
flis' 0f Rrptcientaticei oj the United State of I / .5 aid mini rnfort" lo the enemy, !by mnkin

jM%ici.iii C.ngres attembled. That there I be isMjtoader I them believe! thil, tbouM thpj'get infnpower,
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the direc'ion of the Secretary of the I the American troops would be withdrawn.

Tre urt, a register for the barq'ie Wilhamet, formerly I
a Brituh renacl, but now owned bv A. G. Bn- I BY SIBLEY & DIKE TELL THE PEOPLE !

pin anJ John Reason, citizen of the State of Xe-.t- I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. SATURDAY KOYEBBER J J, 1818. VOL. XX-N0.1G, That in tha capitol of Alejico, when our

I York : liii vessel luunr Wen wreckwl and con- I II victorious army carried it at the point of the
itniei > R>ckaway beach, Lon? Marvl. was d..vof De.-etnaer, one thousand ---
cbiJ bt the af reiJ citizen* of tin- Unte1] Slates pur-, (ory..i.v.-n? between A Dudly Main eight 'penal hundred aid, t.equ-1 to thirtj-feven and a half cents United States D<.ne c* Sclwlln, this 9th (ninth) December, to touch slavery! where il exiM .-Grn. Catt bayonet, tlie .pecclmca! ofClaj, and Corv ii |
and hn bec't repaired ami refitted f..r sea : Provided, of the Itmte! fatcs. and L. de Lutzow.- currency are wht..) lo Uy i.o higher duty upon 1847. and Webster, were found there, rc>rrpaUi h.cd .
I hll be proted to the satisfaction of the S Tretarvf of the P.IVJ Council and First Minuter rresujent whaleoil, whrther imported in ca' ksor barrel's.than Congress has no right to say, that there in the Spanish language. and ready ( r
It of big A. DUDLEY MANN ...1I.
j Roisi Iwtlve [L
half shall! be Now York that there
that the I Hliness ; a sclnlliu hundred flarrry in or
tbeTre arj cost of the repairs made in IhrCrand Duke of M I j.tr pounds, OF LUTZOW. a ] distribution thr3zgh thu pomut.ctlices of Meiico;
urg-c |It
the United Slte ,slIer the purchase of the in i ve on the part ol t heir respective K,,%Wnnenl,, %en Isich ii, her Hamburg Cents t'nn.fl wt-ght States, (equal eighteen n and Ihree-quar Arid where-as he said declaration of accession has thai! be no slaver)* in Georgia ; nor in the re those same rpecchcs in which lbe e traitor
th present owners exceed* three-fourth of declaration is, word lor word currency ned ireicht ) human but the of those
rtby\ ,as lolU a- ll.e Grand been i.'uly ratifid on both parts ; any power people called the Mexicans the soldiers
Duchy of Mtckie'i.burc-Schxverin to meet
the original C'(5t of building a ves-cl! of the same I Ul> LARATIO.V. .11..... ._ fur I u. acmy T ----- Stales.-Grn. Cass. upon
f the United Sute I Whereas. a treaty ,,f *ifi iu ie'v_t no iiigritr traris.t duty on the fthe Union with bloody hands and hospita-
tonage in cornmc rce and na icati.n hetneen alc-re-mcntiorud artichs POIK. P.esider of the United States of America The involved in the Wilmot! Proviso
I rbruirj 15, tblS.jf I he LniH-d Stilts cf in their not cm n't on the principle Fife *'
Approved America and hs Ma. Lcrlm hare caused thwaid declaration lo be made public, graves !
the Kin' ii llatnbau rail road than two ; should bo out of the national l !
of IUnu schilling. kept gisa.
or. as conclu.l.d on the tei.ti. hundred .idi pcr tim the end that he same, and every clause and article
j 15. AN ACT a'llhorizinz persons to whom reiervatm daj of June, one U.-usind (izt hundred and foil*. cot Unrcil pou Stares Hamburg wn J.f, (-pial to tl ret thereof, mabe observed sail fulfilled with c< d lure end !I.'ft to the people chime cnnfeetrracjin TELL THH PEOPLE !

cf land hate iMtn made under certain I six. by the plenipotentiaries! of time eontractji- parties levy x.o tran.it du; ) on ruiretry the abote: ard n.i-ntioned weiuh'.) and t t. faith liv the Lnted States and the cili/ens thereof.In I their respective local governments.-Gin. That wimen the gallant noTdiers, dying of

1iisantreatI. to jliemte the same in f< e. I and was sui.scyaeuil Cuh ratilu-il on the hart %% in-n Ciumi.i.t'.,t tl.. .;. ..i. _. arlicloi wittiest w creof. I have hereunto set mt ha.id.nd vounds and imea p. in a far ofTforeign and
I. //- it enicted by the o' noin covirtiiiicnts : i"n wv j't 1 19 oi nr rtJU r\, ca'i.s.d the al ol the United States lobealnxnl.
Xenate an-t I It iindir. ostile land
is tcod. l. > cherished the feeble
'we cr, that Let the their internal spark kofife
1iuce < / prcfnlatcr ,,f the l ,ntl ,variea /> of And whereas, l\ the trims cf the tvolmh articK- Contained ouch nolhn .rrn June at the ciltof Ua.hinct n, this second eliv cfAu people regulate con "
J ii C.ngreia< em'je1, That all tI lie irvrtt.tions of t c .a.. it. t I C l-iiu, d St.t agree to cM( nd all time cheat for contrtl prcht'ut, which the 1ev" mug of a duty sufi st.m theteir ofi-ur rdorethou- cerns in their own wa .-(Sen. (V/**. until the next mail would cmnn with

to or f.irany person or |irrs in* named n I lie a.Ivantas.sand privileges contained m the ti.u'ati CeCil on the two articles in Iii m-taife duty, .hill c- [it ] s.umdcugmt Iiuru1r.il and foriy-eicht, and Leave to the pepe.! uho Mill! \1mm' alTictedby I ho news from home," thnt the agonies of

!Jreaty of twentieth djt ot| Ocl.iUr, iht.fldrat hi.n- .m of the slit tn-a\ to one or ir..re of lh u'ther i-n tr.mnemt. me ktlntlin- imported Lu-idrwl fr eor lime.- of lie Indrpfrdeno of the United States this question, to adjust it Lpon their own Va'h were cn.Mttered by the ingratitude of
and thirty-two, made at Camp Tipjxraioe State* ol the Germanic C.-nW-ruti which ><: chf ,. ,, ptr Pommmids llanr cfracnca l the! cntv-tnrd heir They died in doubt fn
; ; w ,
InJiana, between lie inIbeSutecf wish to secede t.them lit mean. of may ( t tm( ''mit' tt.. a.lda half, L.uli| JAMES K TOLK responsibility, amid ia their own milanner.kit. .- country. anerein
Uaiied S'atts bv an o'J.rul ex"- I States
cuu renc anJ
weight ) and in tribulation.
their o
ant the chiefs and headmen of the I"!tta\vjtonii. Stats fhallcunftr sumlar faior, uj. .n the Uiutcd Tie hml contracting arlu-t: IAMIS Bt.csAAN, Stcnttarv rf St la'e.Ft I am opposed to the exercise of any juris TELL THE PEOPLE I
| to each
grant oiler
tribe of Indian* of the Prairie and Kitikake Sta'es tot hose Conferred |liv the Kiesdc-n.f Han- time libtrlof diction the ot'e'avery. '
shill hat by
Congress over subjects
msr, cacti the -
be o construed and held to mmr, aid oii-trte and !be a suhj.ct! to in jHrN of time c.thr, That on the nails! of Puebla and Ilumari.i -
to anJ
con Nticeco.i
contet te-s in con- uUandcorui.iercnl I -on the leor iti 7' hgrri. .-Gen. Cais.
their heir Uiti .11: .fijviaion! and obli agents of tleir I the editorials
aisl of the
nid reserved and atio.is Ieadingwhigjrstirnsb.were .
ns, foretor (wn appointment;
a-i And wli.- wioshall tnj.t thesiL.e: pIn i- An Appeal to Facts I Irnr. I do not see in the Constitution
fee simjtle and rea* Ihegntcrnrunt any grant
-1 bttC in in to I lie reservations s.. md his Rival llu'hnc OROS and pcwcrs if tlio-e c.f ll.e'most favored re-published and exposed. Those ramu
BiaJe.by said treaty, to or (lor said rcserrees resprc-: I i4"'licd-s the Grand ilue 1 DuLc of aiecUnl ur,;.<*-Umn ha* ; but il any of the aid consuls sliJl carry jn aK.IIS TI) I.PMOK (ju ?jrn. of such a power to Congress.-Gtn. Cass ditoriaK'w Lich incited the Mexican tnorgan2P -

tuy.;C. .,. O. 4mt.. f.f It frlJ.,. .....<. 1. -v.t"Cu. --. _- I lo thf *(tlliUlal-.ir .i lo....tie._ *m. sail_ :_ treats_ _- and muiii I rJe, I Ihct sh || (? 8U jeci t.d I K is tl.e same lam e nml A monentouf interest is to 1 bo dociJod. at their TiifrilK bands! anti nrnlnnc the ua'l .V
' -- ,-or- their- : hrir-- -*. '-imt' sj""! ami crm I LILI< \;U aI( refervees or- as far as (the anie a e f'or urn'c-Avii he itifrii-iu applicable; \ to ml Hi the**I* are usage subjected to which m the pruate s. nie individuals place. ol their nation the l balimi box in Norpinbrr next. Front the .V O. Crontcle. until the triumph of fcdm'raimnwa'! com piecd .

I aiv part of hi'. her,or their re ;p
P pucli sale and cone>ante nha.1 vest in the pureliaWr has cpreo'm&d the United l its readiness to orif.r'nniUr favors ommrrrial acenf, hail hate the risrht, ai meh, toit for jour V-rinon. Then, Slavery extension, We have placed this gentleman'a name the highway, from the American army, attest .
his or ler h>-irs and a'. mch title upon Matis as an t.ui alent in all .. i* judges and betor.d
ign as nele- res ari.itratois such thiSuiiNF. amid tho increase
cribed uch dd of ; ectstoth! <'M.-confLn -thtJvit.cdonof diilerentts a* consequent conspicuously at the head of tnis article. The liii. filflity with which the augetion was a-
in # runvcjance. ta urli Und Hamper. himay am iSO !>Lt.teenlhe t
and ontcvtJ : I'tride !. Tluf all d&A siW olconcre.ra'e1)etorc > AnJ ivhereas, the <;c t rriitnent ol the Grand Durht"f !hei.mogmmm to the nation Cmu.tmrs whc.e di.dcrtvtscl UiHrrMs .,the t tail ofSmthern Power, in the councils 011 testimony of a near neighbor r>f Gen. Ta>lor ajited.

the pa.oi rof this ai !ialltnJ 'the MeAle'ihurzcLwerin.. in i's ai\uH t0 aoid nil. dt > tluir charge, without tIe in(< rltienre rt. rrrn ol the Nation, \
uw theam*- I<*itiii2 a* thoi.e tna !e after the pus.-i'jiity! of a tni>co c< plioi hercaltcr of thetIiUt ttt locjl authc.rituunit., ., the conduct of ll.errtwsor Louisiana, than the assertion of Mr. Webster, into power by using as their ready tool thd
; of this act, and t he rights of the shall a:id extent cf time tasmmrm ditr, nn? i rt.tnllt I < fthc ta.faiu.l.ould djiuib th.c Mr Clay TVS: the candidate of lha Antim'znncaationAJi.Satrry
parties order
pipage from t.i.e "I I llan% whuli or Irani as to Gen. Taylor' views on the cave qtics- cry man whose present importance is tn hit
I t, the same in one ra in tin" cthrr : riociJtd, t.v, n con-ut* to hi Mnw i lumen the trited < con- lion. An intimate of attributed Lie in that
uttM, well acquaintance mainly lu successes
That such deed of conv iaice fur any one of sudlind as aK.r iu own f ..thful Mils, commercial .tumts, .nice cemmercial twenty I
observance ol ail theproti ioi. of iniuld agents, Polk of the ..nncxatiou, islaterjr extension will add! much force the their and
thesa.d to
made bsfore statements tar, notwithstanding
t or after tie! passage of tlls act, ,hs lime treatx, require their a, Manie to cau- tl.cir deci- years impious un.
Il not be valid for sub vi >tij'nlaJions mupo.itd mioum.m; it, as ale., ioi.s lobe carried I parlj. of Mr. be itcrftrm-ce-let
: h purpose until the *an e those Immeim u.td e lit it or umuportd.| | Rightor, and they mnst considered patriotic the people know
shall hate been a;';>rovel I bv the J'rM.denl ol tie tatd s word It-st fr upun woid tl lie, United time Sitti-, sscxit.icitv It i. Lovt< t II, u.ih'rocd, list tins tj.ecie of 1ou, fcllow-ctizens, met lImo enemies of correct until contradicted by Gen. T. They that they hare abandoned all their old is u4

: totted Slate m E'nhh and Gtr- j-u-raent. cr arbitration, .hall mast d prmse the con- Southern power.and they were } ours. Two frm friend and the tari.T the ban! and
lanyjges,aj cimajntd in t the foil corn" a warm personal neighbcr upon :, the treasury
ArprocJ March t>, l lslS. jw ng art.ck-s tei.diC ;parties cf tl.t rirht tieS hatt to
ARTILLE 1 tl.er! nturn, to the y3JmciJ r.sort, tn tinted States S nators and Representatives, of(Jen. Tailor, from a vhig, from a p'an-! Ylttrin*. Knnir>rr 11.. .ttli... m'titt.om.bai.mn... ......... f\ftr\ntt'
The ln, h cur.fr.ictm' .. ,. at.mtlmermty of t-eirowu from that AnurnrerritoM. md the friends 0
naiiu ti-
arr. # t < new
r.n. fiorn citizen of Louisiana.! Mr. military resuscitate the
;vo lu A. AC; i uraiini the franking prinlcjc : ter a Righ renown, to carcass of ;
to L'
I I. Br it enacted by the Xcnale and J hut.y impirts; d into t te can! Uiuttd l he, Irtm Slalom lithe ta t.aie. l Ian- urd t.-p the comrcr'-ial airetitf, uie a'itl.cn/cd to r, Free Scihsm.aYoir declared that Ar insic frun the evidence of Gen.Taylor's Who, during the war, were the friends of
house of Il'prrttntattnioJ tft L'utttd in I lit. ir uvum 'lain. a' ftar.re cf 1. -al ajtUntus
slate* t-f I v&tel.s. raux a be f r Itie the cant great and absorbing issue Hpi that he was lo the the war ? The democratic who h
Jmfrifaia Coiigmi awnMtl, That all letlirt. u m.porteJ in tie ve--N < f iit- 'tarch. arrcf, ar.d m.n f.n'rcnt Cut the de-.trft.rs own 'opjwsrd party, io .
and packets carnal l ly t'ot lo and from Louisa CaJh- Grand IurimyefM-ckkm.bur-mvprjn, a-ij: ziul.mrh-: Iron the hips ol war amid merchant vi-sehi! tf tl.e.r isajram presented- ital to the South-vital ri.'ewm of slarrry and voufdunhcsliatingly stood by their cour.trj's flmg, on land and leAithroTi

anne Adams, widow of the late Juhn Quincj Adairt. er or st-l oilier shall l.Mis t upon th- tonns e cr c3rn of it.ero ceui.trj. For th.s purjv-rs thv* shall! applt; to the lo the Union t/r// Gen Tailor and Millard sign a bill for prohibiting fy.Ve I h co >d report and through evil report. ftTl.e

bec nvr\ed free of postage during her natural Me I I < tie he nadv let led or collected, whrth .r tl.e impirtatn.n I Ct 11.1 j c-fenf triL'JLala, jurfeca, ymuI! o.h'iji.'d shall, Fillmore are the avowed Representative \ append, without comment, the remarks federalists will find their new shape %.
Approved March t ISH.ft in a v-s.iel of the l"juti-J Slates, in wntinr, dtnanddid cf.erters. jronii-r K> the of the Wilmot P/oviso principle. (len IElV-
or in a tes il of MerLejburg.S! cr1 u. txl.iliilH ol the of Mr. Rightcr we pr.d thorn published in -q'iiy!! unarailinp. Like the spears of Ithti-
registers the vesst-U. the ltrrollc
the President o.ftlie United Statct of..Imnica.A And in a like manner,whatever loud of produce, .f J lln crwor l.t ai.t other o i culdorumt mu;-ts, IS CASS and Gen. WM. O. BUTLER!: the Auburn (N. Y.) ITaily Adteitieer : rid, the popular Indignation will detect them a.

PUOCLAM \T10.V. manulajtureor merchandise ol any I reiun co-mirj that such lUu'iuJuaU rn.Vd part of the crew* and are the canduUtcs of the Ami-Proviso inter At a late meeting; 'of the Tnyor whigs, of in erery ci! guise. Thry hate evoked th, '

Whereas, by an act of Congress of the United can theGrand-Dar..t be, fro::, time! to time, lawfully- imr.fumIt-d u.to on tl.i. cliiin: b-mj lhu ub tautijtid,the surrender est. Auburn, New York, the Hon. Jo hui bpen- spirit of war, and they must not \TSICC: if it 1hon'd
Sitw, approted the third.daj. ot Match,one thom- I vt-eels .AT.-cklenburg! iCliWtt4h, in it* alkali net le rLi.siJS ( EN. CASS. cer delivered au 'Jdreca, ani 1 was followed!! biA. I blast ihrm. 'Jhrv who sow in tie
own aho
Liat be imrorttd 1-1 %, .. :. ..i ir. .irh d.-mho-c !.<-u .>.,..i.i, -t ill,, .. ..i.m ..
Iu vu;ii' "iuii-u anu ori-uvo_ eaiiucu An act emJ Li
rerilatincommercial intercourse uith the islands I United Sta'M! and no !lncht-r ('r itler JJ K., u on time dia] o.itl of l the said con.-i-u..us, t ice consuls Ujiaccu, ccic.I I Who is Gen. LEWIS CASS F. Rightor, Esq., ot Louisianna kclch whirlwind! will surely reap in tbo $:Orfl.lFth.'ni.zton .-

Sc Mij'u-lon and St Pierre," it as provided that all collected the tonnage! tr cargo of the tssc1 .l.all lie lexitd ir OiCtTiil! ..1.c. c ..t.. (mr tirecun.ir.eri.ial a tr.ts, and rr.Jtx I'i! 1807( Gen. Casa was appointed Marshal of whose remarks is found in the Auburn AdteilistT Journal.

French eeU cumin:; directly trom lho.e i4aa 's, CCIi ol the, whether the imiM nation be made in tt.- ? coi.Cr.t i in (liepul I c pruor- .t the rt viiat and of Ohio, by the immortal Jefferson.At a'l'alor and Fillmore paper :
either in bala! or laden with aiticle Ihegniwth or Party cr the other. Cet of ihm.a tf wl to *hail cia.in their. in order to besem.t "After Mr. bad concluded Mr. From the Raehnttr .1Jertiqer.
\Vhatetcr of the of he Spencer ,
mat the out lall!
bciawlulJj eipoiteJ I to the t McJ. breaking war ,
Diuufacture ol either of said i-land or r-cxpoit- lo wh.cli Ihe !
aid: wlich\: are ) teht.og. or lo cliar
ed Iy one pattt 1.1 its own Ci.t-li .f tie of his Rightor a neighbor of Gen. Taylor! and intimately 31iard FiMmorc on the Slarcrj
|innitteJ to be exported therefrom in American o-- % to a-j ioreijn smj.counIr--. Jut! if nut e3it bark w.tlnn: rushed to the defence com.trj-commanded I .
H!. mi% l ealmilled into the |wrls of the L'nitrdSlt'esonpatnjentof country mat in Jife manner, betiportrdor rc-ci- I hiecoot.li.a from ;l.edat otti.eir arrest, ti.ey shall a regiment as Colonel, anJ was the I acquainted with him for twenty years (tuestlota.'l'ho .

no higher duties of foniisge, or duta jiorti-d, in bounties the tttNof und the ith* r AnJtie.ame je st at lib. rtit anJ kl.aii i.:,t Le a'4ai.irn.led |lur HKsT M5 that landed, in arms on the shores fiast, and, therefore, well un !lerstand.ng his Albany Journal of September 9h;
) tlrattl.aeL.
ca their eargsalnre.aid. than are united on Ain- khall be co.letttdanJalIo.ted the whetlitr such Canada. Was appointed IJrigadier oj upon
e'lcan Tesels, and 01 liketarKoe- -d American ea1mort'jon cr re-vapor-| ouid to hate coDinntleJ an) crime or ctienre, Ins !I 13lh addressed a
import< in trd Juy 18I H. to Hon. John
remarks in reference Gen. Tailor's
tation W made to
vessels, provided that this act shall not take m tc .Ji d the cr.e i'arit or tie stiireudi-r i..a, be dthed until the lubunJ Ufore in 1813, and rendered efficient: and gallai.t political '
ottitr. which li- ca.e shall be the battle of the Thames. principles, particularly his views CJae.! of Alabtrm! in rr-ply! to the cbrnid /! :'
effect until the Preiideut of the I'm ted Slates }hall penJirg. sbgil!: hate vrotounceJ : scrtice at upon
hive received satisfactory information that similar Nor m.siI! holier or other charges cf a.ij Viiid be mis sentence, and such .-ntetcciha'l: hate Vas appointed Governor cf Michigan, by lha Mjbjoct jlatery extension. He declared ; at the South, that ho is an ultra abo2tioni -
ysrd in the
; iinj> port cf oae parlj on tc..rlaof tie >Ltn cirricd into efTsct.AeTrLe. "
pwihpes hate been allowed to American ies>ei other, thun are or hall be payable the Mr. Madicon-made Jl Treaties with the from his own personal knovhd-e, that t.
tad their cargoes at said landi bj the government UatluLai in lathe ports X. Gen. is he alwais has been Of *o'irv. Mr. Fillmore endeavored to zfs.
veael.. skill Taylor now as
3) Indians-secured by his and efforts, ,
of France, aa J hall ha o maL. The: sublets and
proclamation accord citizens cf theliah cnotretinc !
the South that had lear
ATTarer IT and pure they nothing to
and tamable an uncompromising thorough-going whig
parties thall le I large secessions le-rntory in
|eru-iiud t aad
And whereas xatiifactory information Lag bi-en re- Th? jreceuing trade aid article u n&t applicable; to the all |Jart. vrhslettr of the Hid tojuuru Inritorug, in crUet mim to the North West. Was appointed Secretary as true a one as Henry Clay himself! or any from him ; but like all letters which are ne-

-, cured by roe that similar priMli et lute been allowed coasting mug |> iitii, tfimch are ndvlgath.a of tl.t high LUarl- attend lo their ailairf, and alto lo hire and i-crupy of War in 18; 1, by Old Hickory, and was other man in the \\holc Union. Of this be cpssanly designated for two meridians, it will
to American estls and their at caiJjiliadsby re-pertittl ob rtedt-y tachea.c1u.ely l.oun and ware-bous... lor lie ihci'rVLst fail to fjlly satisfy ciiher. He that while
cargoes toiU own jbjecU cr citiztaa. ;jurpose. c! one of hi aiTTrst cabinet pflirers, In 183G, said there could be ne doubt. He raid, too, says
1 K therefore the goterncicat ol France : -- axarIJL u: itiVm c..rmmerce ni m.iJ tm'Otomdtmi.e.. .i- son Br5 ne innnoriatized tiitnmt, by defeating mile Bjignicst intimation that he bad any tymnalh substance, his views on the subject slavery

the Lmitfd* M.i..,, I r JAMCS America,K do POI.K.lieiciy Pr'--Jctlareanaproclaim -( of the'contrmctin- I partie.. Lor bj .i.j coinj. i.j c >'- \ they conform to the laws and regulations the infamous jiuntuple Treaty. For a ) with their principles, as they repeatedly in the States.

that all French vessels coming directly! [>oration, or agent acting on their behalf, or under iu free, they ball be at liberty lo manage hit tim- few years past, he has distinguished himseliin attempted to do the moment ho returned from a *

from the islands of Miquvlon and Saint Pierre.either hlmear[ ajthonl, iu the puichase cf au> article of soir their uwu busings iu all the territories sub- the Senate, by an ability, sagacity and devotion .Mexico, they would have n-ada him their can- The substance was I regarded Slavery as an'etil
ballast or laden with articles the RroMh or manufacture tommtrte la.ttullj mjjori.-d! cr in relr.fnc" to, the ji-ct to the jut sdirtion cl each partv as well in rt-
;t- ot either of saia islands and which are national character of hieessvI, iitthmc." il bt. of the pert to IU cousi
permitted to be exportel therefrom in American one partt or *f the ether, in Inch such article wui l.oKsalc- or retail a* with respect to the loafing, unsurpassed by any Senator in that body flatter nor inveigle him into any such expression >ME T HAD OTI1IXO TO DO." S

nU, shall from this date be admitted into the ID per ted uuluju.n and str.dng off the-ir ilups, or to cnmi-luj| of great men. Gen CASS is admitted, by promise, and they gavo up the efTjrf.Of The design of this remark evidently! is lo

j>9ru of t'*e United States on pauuent ol no lusherdu'iej ARTICLE IV such av'tnti and brokers as they mat deceit prupt-r, the unprejudiced doll parties, to be a man this v.-e have not a particle of doubt, because lead the Sou'.b to conclude! that SuvrVr is a
on tnnag.,or on tnir car >cs al reiiid. than The ancient and baroarou rignt to wrecks cf the ti ey beiup in all thtfe cans to be treated ui tie citin" -
of unblemished moral character the whole tenor of their corroborates subject with which the General Governmenf
ire imptHed on American voi el*. and on like carj"i s -a shall rtinun entirely a'jjlul.tJ \\iilirrsjett to or subjects cf the country in which they reSi -a rijf press
imported in American ve'.cls. the ;projuTt bflonRin to the ubjtcls it tit./eci cf le. it !Icing i-eterlhele understood that tho sli'i Scholar-a profound Sla'.csman patriotic it. have nothing l-, do"-but if this should ho urged a.I

Given under m> hind, at the citj of Washington, the high contracting |lad ICC. remain subject to the
the twentieth day of April, A I*, one tho'H- When any tesjel of either party elikll bj wrccli-d, in re-pc-ct to sles by vrliolesale or retail S. S. PfliNTisa-HIS OPINION or to be true from the evidence of GcicralTaiflor's My he meant in the S'ates."
aol l eight hundred and lorty-seven. and of the trandi-d or otherwise damaged on the coasts, or They lull lute Irec acc* i lo the tribunals 3f
lt CASS A"i> IlcTLEH."Gen. Casss he knew | own /r/T, TIIVT HE WAS OPPOSED TO All such letters as this, are a species of
thur liii affairs lime hems
the en sanme
IoJepeDdea--e of the United State oentv.&rst. within the duin'iiions of the other, their refctitc'citizens justice in tuu>
or su'ij..rts shall rectr.iwell t\r Iliiiatltesas \L.cli are jrrai.te-d by the law aid u.a eot tie eou-- personally, as a man of girling worth and j THE mxreNsloN orSLVKKANoworLDO- frau 1. Mr. Fillinoro dare not any to bis

JAMES K POLK.Br lor their tesit U and etL-cts the ame assistance trj to ratite cifi7fi.< e.r s.ubjeLt fur wh'di ( irpie pos es"J of those high tn' ral cjmliiios and IltSIT TINeLY SIGN A tILL run rROHIBITIXC Northern Whigs that the National Govern. i

-',. tic President : which would be due to the inl-abitants ol the) day ev'J'O '" d -lei.ceof their rights such ait.Kales qualifications that s'amped the gentleman and IT. Mr. Rightor is the brother-in-law! of cue ment have nothing to do with slavery, for hoknov.s ;

JALS HUCitAsAN, Secntary of &tale.Ey the country where time a-cide.t hap.eias. and matre attuim.vjs, .iul other agents -m they nay scholar! for \\iis early daring in defence of the of our most respectable citizens and a gentleman I rmny ofthem are hostile to the exten.
S The ,hall be lial/Ie to pay the same clnrf oroner.
each siall have rich's' of his country, and tho recent I of high cbaracter.isnunpeachable integrity I non rf Slavery! into new territory. Nor
: t\e President of the United StaUi oJ..lmeriCa. mite a ol s.iLiaie as the aid inhabitant* uould tie Li.itile 1 l.e citi/ens cr sUbjects patty prou
F-i A PKOCHMTION to pa> in a like case r-ower to dispo-e tl their per jnal Iro1mt thy within stand ho took in rrrence to the Quintup'o' and mode!, gentleman! and unassuming: ; d.ie he s'vs to his So-ithrrn) Whigs that ho

Werea, by an act of the C.w.-ren of the I'nited lithe operati'ni* ol repair flull re-juire tI! at the the jari Jiction of the ether bj sale, donation, testa- Treaty, whle niinis'er! at lime Court of St. a man, indeed whose appearance and mm- is in favor of a Wilmot! Proviso, for if he did,

Ratc-m of the twenty-fourth eight hundred and tweniy-cilit, entitled An aft sit til no"duties of custom, charges, or IceS, on ,cal Lein cm/ens w
1 J pat Tl'ir per repiescntativej, ; ; I I S
I could with hm! that Mr. Fillmore had
n addition to an act ruitled An act concerning the part"which they shall reload and carry a.ay, -ubj-ftscf the citimenc&mm'ractizmgjiamt) sf1411 iucce' this reas n wish in my heart that tcrcoursa bis word U entitled more pluck a year ago;

Fhig." lo the most implicit belief; aside from any he then dired to talk loud and Ion;; in Minerva -. a.

} I julizethed'itiroi Prussian vessel and their carpea I vessels mei.t or ai tnltiilalii '[hey may take josscssiontl.treof. Abbot Lawrence, a Whig pa>s : I knowledge! of his character C>r hone ty and I IIaI!!, in this city, upon "the aggression of a

it is provideiltlut upo.i aatiI.cIory evidence It u, ncvtrlhtless understood that it. vrLil't the I either by tl.fcin-eltesor by ither. uTins l hum "I 1 kno him well. I have broken bread in'cgnty. Ve therefore consider hUrv.rlen'pconcbisue Ihe s'arr pot-cr." His speech made there .
(.einZ given to the President ol the United S tesbythe tfs with h'i' 'n his own house and he mth as lo Gen. Talors! was [the of it the a.
jrjverrment of any foreign nation, that no disenminatin kept in a ;place ot depo-iit designed torecei e good each duty or.It as Ire n.hab.laiits cl tic cc.untrt in", whig prn'i- major part ] upon aggres-
; duties of tonnage or impost are imp.Ml: the duties cil winch! hall Lave ben pud, the Ca' u wherein the aid personal |roperty is ituited *W1be I in mill'- He i is a gentleman, ot unblemUhcJ pcs! and his views upo ? the extension of sla riot) Slavery! upon the monopoly which the

levied in the ports .f the said nation upon vesilsbjll *hal! l be liable to the cliar_' -J anj fees lawfullt due I bU'Jjtcl tojay in like ca--es. in carne ci l hit aim- I ppsonal character." very. We only wish that every man in the Souihern oligarchy [fa netcr r>0.000 Slave.ho'.Jersl .

belon in; to citizens of the United Slates, or to the keepers such war..h(.e s.-nce cil the personal reprt-cntatitcs tie sji..e rare I \) man has higher claims, to Tf>urK'ifTra"c. country knew Mr. Rightcr, and could hear had rnioi cd in all the officers!! oflruat J 5
in-rchandisc im- ARTIcLE V. _,m.r.t..m. ..
the .toanufact ureaor ..
upon mmaim ue .mt.- .i'.i I.- I"S- ih i Gt tii. CASS, inietv of pT-t sort ices in 1 his testimony upon these points. They wou'd'thf how many Presidents from the South how m.
ported in the same from the Tn.tfd Siat or lro: The privilege securtd t>> the |>re=ent treaty In itltlie r re-pert t.| a Ditive in like caM, unU IheUwtjl ,
ny lornijn country,the President is then b> author- the resnectiw te el"f lu Inirii i.litractii. \jar- owner flaY lake int-a urts fur receitit i1If tip field-in the Cabinet-in the balls of leg.islafon n, ue arc sure, bs fatif>d that Gen. Ta}. ft if from the North, ditto Juc'gcs ; of Foreign -

I iied to issue hi* priKUraation, detlariiij: tli-t the hits shall only cxtetid to such u.4 arc built wi.l.itlluir : ant mju -.i'ion shoul<* an-t amons' sitiral ciann- -as a negoii.itor; of important Treacs lor is all right, not only on the great q-ieslion Ministers ; SpeakersoMhe llocse ; members 5.

fireun discriminating duties of tonnage aid: inp"t jH.ttite tcrr-torn v, cr la.fully cuitdiinntda ai.t to'wlnch >A U.em Ihe said imroi'enty| letvuqtim i.mL'me -as a Foreign .Minister-as a Scholar I of slavery extension, but upon all mc& ures oflh Cabinet, dec. cfce. All with the
within the United Sates are, and shall bc.s j ,>endida prizes of war, ut aIum.hed to be fjr'i ted let .' -. shall be finally decided! by ll.e lewa and judgcjul and able Statesman advocated this evident to in
ncperienccd r Northern
I by whig design freemen!
as an party. rget
>idd.sC9ntinufd.so far as respect the eU of the lirtuth of time nutncipil law* of till.tr ti time lm.ziI the country wherein it 13 situa'edU
and bflonnn nIoiy to tU.tubjects I tone1 man. On the Questions of Batik Tar1" a like respect, and a sons of Southern
said fareim nation and the produce, manufactures contracting lattice, ? here, on the decea.-ewjf ant person holdirs rca arro. ,
or merchandise imported into the United States in or citizens. It is fjrthtr ktij-uLtel th- e tale within the territories cj| one lmam'Y, such red ; I stnbution, Internal Improvement, he is The Veto-Suppressing lie Tru.:? .-That I gince and injustice.It '

the same from the said foreign natun, or lion an> vt-eelmi of the Grand Duchy ol Meeklenbnrg-'x! l.we- I e-tate would, 1st time lame of the land, dts'ind on a a Site Highls Jrjfiritonian Democrat demagogues and unprincipled! politicians was a no.de anti-slavery! sprecJi, and abKtronis's -

other f>rein country the aid suspension to take rio ma) select their crews from ant cf the States of riti7.cn or subject cf the other t\cre he not rli iuaU- ailvn Democrat f should the truth which is then said, bra\o Millard Fillmore /
effect froa the time of s'ich notifictii>u bring givemi the Germanic Confederation, prot.ded tUt ll.t master tied bv alienage, such citi/en cr subject shall be allotted suppress rquiia'rntto
tithe President of the United Slates,and to continue of each be a subject ot Ihe Grand DucL) of Meck- a reasonable tune to
soleuj as the reciprocal exemption of esls be- fenburg-Schwinn. withdraw tie |irmcess without molestation and QUESTION.G but we_ must confess our surprise at ?uchtilings subject of Slate aggression. and would hoodlirinL

hnjio; to citizens of the United States, and their nT1CI.F.Vt. exempt from all duties of detraction on the part ol CASS has ncter'ca\t rote Irom such men as Senator Criton and I th: Sou'hern Peoj>2t into the opinion *
artoeI, ai aforesaid, hall be continued, and no Ion- Noluzlitror other duticim shall he inpo-icd on the the internment ol there pcctitv Mates. a against I I Mr. Hues. In speeches made these that he has said that the National Oovernmen! *
and efk-cts winch the citi7cns or he Sith on Slavery fne tion. JN'o by gentlcmen -
Eec: into the Ui.iltd ''tatts of au> articles of The capitals any IKrtr -
II impurtation has *
Aid wnerca* satisfactory evidence has lately been I the growth, produce, or manufacture of the UrandDucliyef subjects of the respeciite parties in cliargni" their We challenge a denial and the PKOOI.Ho on the Veto, they speak; of the opposition nothing to with Slarery. *

received by tat, from Ins Majei.t> the Dnprror ot Mecklenburp-'vhvteriii.orof its fi-her.e- lesidence. shall be desirous of rtmotin from the i a never made a speech in, nor out of to it in the Contention that framed the Whig editors have cflatc attempted to Je. <

trazil, tlrwih an official communication of Mr. and i.o liiKhcr or other duties shall be imposed on place ol their domicil, shall likewise be exempt fron jonfis[ in opposition, (directl or indirectly, | Constitution, and name Franklin, Mason! and ny that Mr. Fillmore had made any antishu! t
Friippe Josa percira Leal, hucharge d'allaires in the the Grand-Duchy of AUcklen- all duties detraction or emigration on the part of rchrs. Rochester
tl.e itmtO Sherman '
I importation Sihern insiitiitions. We fearcs! us being opposed lo it, and .Mr. veryp Whig editors have
to chaieni -
I'Med State, under date of the 2'ith of October.'Sl7that I burg-Schwcrin ofarit arfKles the growth, produce thur respcctitc governments j said denied that he mide pich
Clayton it was only supported b the Fedcralists. ppeeehes hi end
no other or higher duties of tonnage and and muiuUcture ol the United Stateand, of their ARTICLE XI. d"nial and the I-KOOF. ) 5
'lapostare imposed or le ied in the ports ol Brazil I tiin-rjv4, ti.an are or shall be |vaa'mle on the like The present trcatt shall continue in force unti lILac never favored, aided or approbated Now it is a little singn'ar that a or two phceshrre Mr. Fillmore never' j

s'ot vessel, wholly belonjm to CitiZenS of the article, being the prowth, produce, or ma-.ufacture time Uilh ol June, mime Ihou-and cuimt hundred a'iii ntitiavery movement in the Noith. No measure thit was only adtocatrd by a law pence! his lips. Thai vas sife and Jumcsl, \

t-Ml .Slates, and upon the produce, manufacture, of an) other foreign countf) or of its C litri -sN.I f.tty-eihmt, and further until the end of twelvenomi.s.nprllieKotcrnmentofMeckUwiur.SVhwc ad ntird (1( his life, i is maikrd by Imstilin Federalists, f.bo'i'1: have received t una'11mout prrJiapi ; but they will not deny that tug J
BerJunlue imparted in thc jrae from the L'.u- or othtr dutu and cli-r,;* s shall wim- I t mam
Injher of iho thciis of Mr. Fillmore' last
vote Convention .
a 'd&te,, amid from anj loreii country whatever, I i>os .J in the United States on the exportation of I rio on the me part, or that of ihe Tinted Stair or to S Ii-rn rights and xve challenge a denial ; jet ni"b i im (lie speech
haa are levied on Briziiian ships and their cargoes a y articles to the Craud-DjcS.) of RleclileiijurjStli :- the other part shall hate pv-m notice c.l its inter and proof. fitt-sec Madison's Journal of the Coin enlion. this city, made at Minerva Hall!!, was upon

I the same ports under like circun.ta'iccs : <-nnor in 1lm1eI4bJrsclierIn (ii) tl.e x- tiMi c.f tirn.inalina the -aine, but upon the condition JIbe other hand, wo assert that Gen. t "Tilt AUCItrS30 OF THE StArt PoVTEJt." '

O5' theret.re. I, JA.MINK. POLK, President of I rtation of army armies to the United Stafc. lhant.ich lierehy expre U Ftipulaled and agreed that il the CaM.is BpoKen, \vnitlen, ic/ted and acted Hundred of Whig pnpcrs have pu'ishei!

I teUitd tates of America, da In reb) declare atud I a* mmreW shall! be pa)able on the exportation of I Ci-nd Puel.) i.l I ?klei.burp-Sfhvtcnn U1 t5< nI .__ .i.S Q..t --i: .k.. those speeches, that r.eve-r read the Joumn.el ConmIicioii aud Iticonslstcnclr 4
rrelaimn.lliat much of the several act iinpo S limp ucje* i< i irji *... ;. it I ript-cient. cr I.nil it cmn'.iuleiry, U' ung time tame ttnwu uiMiiii uiiijur mil,) mi tie c1ime Simon.- : The Ohio Statetmin states
**nmm tmg djties of tonnage and tmpo"t within uprciubiti'Hi hall be mp *ed on the irr;'orta- rrm.to levy a duty on pad.Jy. rr rife in the husk To otherwise is fnl\e and .slandruus ol the Coinrntion, and arc excusable, so far that upon positive ] '

'lGetautd State arc, and shall be, u'pendod and I I.rontioqe3 him n (.r rfcporUlion ol any article the prowth. prodoce. or aii tienl time duties upon leaveH strip, mr *team THE PROOF as ignorance cons'i'iit' .* an excusin a cas testimony, Mr. Senator Corwin is show. '. >

'. so far as respects; the ve nc-s of Kranl.JMUJU or manufacture of the GranJ Uiich ol M. ck- iii toine.cn. on whale-i'ila'.dnce, intnuoredin art- where every edjlor ought to bo well inform- ins a letter, as was the case at Masifon.! !

sad time e, manufactures, and merchandise im- lei.l)-Schweun, cr outs f.iherits. or of the Lintcd tie VIII (c-ijblh) cf I ll.e prc cul truly tIme uotcrnlaMil IParis, in 1641, be published, to the ed ; }b-it this is no excuse for 'dessrmm. Clay- Miied, yf. TV/ylor," declaring himself b i3

Prt,4 into the United State* in I lie name, from HraMd *.' the I'nited states before that the en'yoppo.-
from other foreign country w hateter, the aid nd-Duchy. (-r -f the cud I'nited States year lo the pattrnmcrt rf -
any vomds : 'It (SIas-ery.) can bo Jell Mr. Ewing ( is tIJ by that
said xupeminn to take ertert from thethvabotettioorj wln'li shall taut Dually iKlend to all other power proceeding lo do .oandat, the capiratmnumol Mtion lo the Veto Powi, wns tu nn c/i-ro/N'c gentleman; I IHi
mj |0 continue tlx-nfeforward 5) long as I I I and States lust year or any tune sul.e his per" :14

'wiprocale\eiaption of the veases of the Lni- Annex VII. of Ihe I'niled Slates 'hall Late full jeseer ard ri.iltoahrocate Iy ctcdjby il, and there it is left by thoCdtution the Constitution, was ndopvd without a dissenting sr:n.il pledge that surh a letter from Gen. Tay.

t,4 ebi&ate.. and the pro-lu'e. manufactures, and rner23 The hie<> eonfraciine rarlics enscc mutually not the preset:t treat, by ptii.j a prevKU cklen- of the United Slain. It (Sla- i voice.-Columbus Tines. lorwa? HI his posfc sion." ;

saij* imported into lir-zil in the ame as afoie- to grant any particular favor to oilier nation in rHect notice ol KIX months to the povernmcnt c.fM ) infill vela a nattrr vi'h which the General Corcrinl Mr. Tnmtan Smith is also allowing a ?.(.
,shall lo'oi.tinue it (at Us option
te continued on time part of the govemJJ El nati alion and duties c.l c tomK. wlnrliiLil burchwerin.pr has Did ler, declaring! from O'en. Taylor's '
) no concern. fnylor lips'a
of Brazil. l-eon.e to the oth.r force until ti'e operation thereof shall mave I orFilie Miss Leonora Fitlora Angelina Jonr JI-M aim

;, undermv h nd. at the city of W* hinjlon, not who immediately shah cimjm'y the Mine common fierly, if time con- been arrested in the manner first specified its the pre I ever declare a sentiment so tottml, from tbe boarding school, in degrnnting upon it.ir i-t&'rmnttjonm: ; : : !

'li%" fourth dy of Novemlx -. m the year of oat Lord Cfb/.cin partV. was freely made,or on allow me a con.KfiMi-| sent articl.-. so'lhfrn Never. In 1844, when askeil, the vulgarity of common $people ia tbc-ir! Lnguagr I On the either hand, we hear it i ponitiTrlf '
thouund eight tiurxlred and Iirty-serensfli the concession cvtidj- therefore time mder-ignc.l. L. de Lntmw.rnty if hvni in favor of iho imrrtin I slid Mr. Panr.ill cf "
was by
lion as ticar as |>o >ible, tftlme Nine ol byommittee, thus eloquently! ilfflnrs to oat :"___ I Onnge county, Virfinia. -
"tfy-wcond wf the ItidepeDdeiice of the United tional. riesidinmi if time ceuntil. and firsi rnmi-ler! annpinlion rf 'fexac. he ermuerri! -* To insert nutricious n b-iliin! ir.tn il. ,! ,, that he has a latter from- C.n...... 'P-.l.-. .* I

resident : In order to augment hy between all mcani the at t751td i"TV Suafee the hart of the United SlMes. invested with Ml prim Slavery extension, and of Smith- prrtnibeianc-p, which bomg mavt'caled. pore \\ hat are we think of these myitr TICK, .1.*

I CCMANAW, Secretary of State. time commercial the relationi(;raii> chy et Mecklenb' powers to hue -f>et. found in coed and due fom, equality in Congress, is proof potitito of ginates through 'tl e cartili-inru-j cavities ofiho ccpt Ihnt there is one fate for ihe north ani I
and Ccrmany, have eieLsi. I
and ;-
Sl *< PrtnJent oftkt United Slates of America.o I subject to the reservation in aril- I have thin decUrtlicn.day signed in Time triplicate effort ,(if this agreifnient is blindness on Slavery.! larynx, and is unavoidably dnmiciliatod! an jtLer for the south I His friends rn dtprmind *-.
oil Ih.s
A PKOCLAMATION.r etc Eleventh. to abolish the import\ duty< raw defined to be to establish time afcmcsaiml treaI READ I READ I READJII! in the mrmbraneous receptacle of digestible to deceit one or tbe other.-Waxtt.
\ husk the produce hereby
\ in the } ,
r ,*** the Grand Duke of MecklenburSchwe Cotton end paddy. or rice nohiehCr1rflPrtdu1tY I bclWen the l.igh parties to this declaration. M .p are not struck with judicial blindness, particles." ins Union.
tl>e aatDoriy| of tIme twelllli article sit the ollhe Urmited Slate.; tolcey iiihng.hradi and perfectly to all intents and purposes as ilanthepiovisioni.thfriin WI
lfe Of t bsco, imported holly wall! cling trt the Constitution the
strips ( as mar- 1" I be
11 Conunrrc and lionlietwren the Uni- upon icacee. stm5 UT contained, in time matmnwr I cannot consent to the candidate of The
uavig prinniles involved
ebillinde In the WilmolPro.
and two ,
I I twj W t' a*?' America, and the King of Hanover. or casks.hundred than pound'one timaler hlatdburg iicight. ;, lucy ame .l-.r PlMllj stated, had been agreed intings to the ]last plank when night and any party," saysiGen. Taylor, and accepts the vim should be kept out of the national .. I
d>t the fur one concluded and ratified between clo.'o nrotmd hirnI legisUturr -
unh d yof June, one thousand correncyand ta-in a separate treaty tftrtpest nomination of all parties "I do not want
Uraife'd and left
14 JJJ hldre1 suit lorly-ix; U* Lecou> a party to (equal to $CCWIitJ cnts duty ree irnportedia hem in theordinary lorm. 1 I Lftris Cats.i n .hmge.i lover/* aa3-sthe and to the people of the confede. '
'- ."! *lt'1' ceris.iua'modiktiods.by virtue weight ;) tolay no higher Import upon I wtntjfiveg.aiingi In vritnrrr' whereof the aUre named pkmr bare neither the the ccqnette, spreads r. cy in thoir respective local governmeBlj._ rfren.
tiercea or tmti( lkueM Qiiio affixed their nsracs ted st-ile'. right nor power her nets for all;
JIOQ cccMion to the ajne which watchtnged > 1ITnJr1! weight, teTuthlTieibITt hereto Cuss
bundzed pounds
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fatal boY-u b expect on t
; ., TENNESSEE party were icortepal. rteotdi.,> oa 'fI1IIr7"'OIalo: tn most mj with the I case-'.hi. verdict has already'bten!?
voted '
l-o.. S. '. I" riots. But I charge, (said GOY Brown,) not Tote to ber safety'and b: i.tcirst. I do not the free soilrrs, ,bo in October more : recrded.
;: Extract of a Speech delivered b.vt.. V. Rrote:, only that 'the immediate origin of this war hesitate this day to declaJhat neither Adams, Whigs give their; votes for their own ticket. Greely. I Another consideration Las weight in my His opinions are well known on fljB

', 'r- {. at Jonetboroagh, August 2I I, 1849 (annexation being the remote one) is to be nor Slade, nor Giddingafcave eter recorded one of t Ihe shrewdest ,of whig editors said that a mind. The orthf'r States have a majori'yin He is a Northern man In the highest; "jcr./
attributed to the course and conduct of your stronger Totes against Out of a muliitud -j majority of less than 10'WO. would give utile assurance ihe House of Representative! but thi Sen. best sense of the term I" MJS'QH :

1;' : (;ov. BROWX then ;reviewed and m. ji trio parly, but that its procrastination, with all the ", I will give you 4e that damps him that Taylor would carry,the Slate. Their majority ale is equally divided ; there heinz ,fifteen: free HCDSOX, on intimate friend S and ,
: timphantly answered the charjv that) Gen. consequent loss of life and treasure, lies at indelibly as one of youtworst and greatest for Governor is about 300 and acconlin to and fifteen slave States. If tIle line should of FJLLMOHE'S. acqu infl0c

'.: -. Cam' was a federalist in 179S, or at any other I j iur door. I enemies.You may T& for him if you Greel)'I own admission, th. State is sure for CAse be drawn on the question of slave extension. Whit Southern mil win
broad. chooso but shall not know and BUTLCR. and the Senate should dicide on geographical not award honor to those '
: lime. Ha showed by extracts from ono of Your whig speeches were thrown ; you so without (2triotic Wh'&II.
c. '. Governor Jones Northern speeches, that lie cast throughout! Mexico\ ; our army marching ing that you place in yoafeenalo Chamber a Tho Friend In Virginia. ties, the casting roe must be given b.FILLKEAIE "the Vice tioned above, who refusd ( he"

S ;j, \ had declared! that Gen. Cuss had been a democrat from hacienda lo hacienda every xi-hcro met man that may have lo givthe casting vole on President. THE VIEWS or Mr. to ,al"-thil disc.! God, whom the Lincoln

.., p all the days of his life. He denied that with them. Your whig leaders were enrolled your nearest and dearest'nterest, and who DEMOCRATS, BEWARE WELL KMMVN O> Tni9 St'Bjr.CT. HE I and Hudsons, and Seward. of the ,
GOT.: Jones had! brought; forward one jxirtict honorary members upon the pages of;Alex- would as surely give it eiust you as you We again caution our Democratic friendstO A NORTHERN IAN IN"THE HIGHEST AND BEST is mortal Xonhtel]

t of proof to show that: Gen. Cars voted for or ican societies, and their public journals pro. place him in the office. tOOK WELL TO THEIR TICXETS Our Oppo SE.-SSE OF THE TKHX. us our fo
\ approved. tho vagrant: law of Michigan\ -tha claimed that no treaty should be made untilIhfirfriends In 1939, Mr. Fillrooreith>>, !Mr. Adams This i is his true character, as delineated ly Their
it had as well be Mid that the Speakers of the should succeed in turning James and others voted against he Warning resolution .entsvill seek to impose upon you, a they those who KNOW HIM-by those who have genealogy truce.It .

two houses of the Legislature or Congress, K. Polk out and turning themselves ir.to power : Congress, in the C-Uase of its acknowledged are attempting to do in Virginia. Fillmore'sname I served his in and by those is a favorite argument with tha.dlk

voted for all the bilU they signed, or that the -then, and not till then, they said, should: a powers. has no ighl to discriminate is odious to every considerate Whig, and' by fide Congress from the democratic ranks, that the 'prued(

foreman of tho grandjur must have: voted fcr treaty be made and peace restored to the two betiveen Iho institutionsone portion of if, by substituting BUTLER for him, they can who are his intimate friends and acquaintances whig party Is the original Je ffrrsoniaa'
etery bill presentment or indictment which countries. Yes, sir, and yon speak of the the States and another, withlhe view% abolishing Remember these earnings, voters of rrpnb.
ranks lican
either in their own or panty, while Ihe
v be signs and presents to the court. lIe adrer blood that has been shed and the precious lives the one and prornotiij the othei."- gain any thing Florida I If you cast your votes 'for him, remember present democratic
ted to the charge: that Gen.: Cass had: received that have been lost in this war. Walk about Here U a vote, (among: may others) a\out from among ours, :Fillmore will be thrown aside that do it with the clearest evi. ty il the regular descendant of ihe ok Federal

large sums of extra allowances for his public the grave yards of the city of Mexico ; pass which there can 1)6 no tnistale. Ho expressly and the gallant BUTLER mounted in his before you that he is tribe-that tribe which sustained the elder
dence uncompromising
services, but said that GOT. Jones admitted! by those on the great National road from declares, that Congress hs the right to stead. Be warned, and prepared for them. you your strong Adams and again rallied for
that kn had not received one dollar which the VeraCruz: ; pause at that great one at New discriminate against Jour Iae property, and See that each ballot has every one of the names enemy I Be warned, then, in Quincy Adams, the LAST tb Jrlm
laws of the land did not authorize to be (paid Orleans, and if the brave and gallant dead that, too, with the view abolishing it. It is lime, and shun the precipice which threatens "duns: as Mr
to him. This he said settled that charge for. could rise from their resting places, with up. the very essence or marrow abolition itself. of our Electors on it. Vote, every of lOU, destruction. Choate calls him. But this won't do.

ever. If the law: allowed and authorized the lifted hands, they would exclaim, We owe No sophistry can exp'ain! it away-no argument I and vote early. By doing this, you will have your original whigs will not submit lo this. They'l J

payment, there was an end of Ibo matter. our death to the conduct of our own country. can justify or delend it. It ttands out inbold more time to devote to your friends ; and be Milliard Flllmorc an Abolitionist, are opposed to this assumption of the u latter

.lie showed. that the statement. of Mr. \Vise men." The balls that: sent manyof_ t these J and monst'rous t rcJef' ; il looks.every man euro that every one of them votes, and votes MR CLAY BEING JUDF. day saints as we see from the following
-- --
Lcloro the committee prejudicial (uen. (;ass, bravo defenders: of their country to their long 01 the south rignt in lie tace, am imis nun induce Wo ask t the people of( Florida to look at the lx.
Let from
he right BO ( tract a speech
were all founded on the hearsay and information homes wero wrapped up in Ifce speeches of with a defiance to vole for Millard Fillmore way. following sentiments and opinions ot Mr. Fillmore recently made by t09
of others, and not on any knowledge of distinguished leaders of the whig party. Sir, at his peril. And peril it you mal, but you jou to stay away from the polls, and while I Hon. Rufus" Choate, of Massachusetts :

Mr. Wise himself. lie adverted to certain there is no disguising: no excusing, no pallia shall not have it to saj that I did not warn Isere, work, WORK, honorably WORK In : .I was having: the honor to Jlr

extracts from a speech of Mr. Yancy, of Ala. ting great and distressing facts like these, andit you against tho murderois deed. When this. (tiiis way, our vote in each County can bo in. I BUFFALO, Oct. 17, l83. President, that. .it would have been superfluous say ,

bama, pronouncing Gen. Cass to be a lime is time for patriots of every ago and name man shall have been elected ; whoi he shall creased, and an increase of a few votes in'' SIR : Your communication oflhe 15th inst., anu inning- 10 nave presented- 1 platform-! ijrf

serving politician and an enemy to the South, and party to enter a solemn protest ngainst have given the casting voteagtiinsfyou in the each will the State I as chairman ot'a committee appointed by creed of whig politics to the pcoj.I* of Anxr.
and said, Mr. Yancy was a disappointed mem such conduct. The leaders and managers of St'natehen; the news shall fall upon you County, give us Rally, The Anii-Slacery Society of the County of ica, because the grand) out lines of ilat creed
ber of the Baltimore Convention, who had the whig party have: too long and too often like the sound of a fire.h.-II at ni/ht ; when then, friends-KALLY. A long and strong pull Erie," has just come to hand. You solicit were graven already in the hearts lad ia

returned home and whatever be was: saying, exhibited a fatal proclivity in every difficulty: the fires fanaticism and of insurf ction shall together will placo us again in the majority: in my answer to the f lowing interrogatories : minds oflhe people at large. Sir, we pthcred tha

wan more than counterbalanced Iy the big! with a foreign; nation (o take sides against have united their hellish !blaze when jour Florida, and let there be no efforts wantingon 1st. lo you beleve petitions to Congress up the leading outlines. of that -

testimony respect for the public character their own go\'ernmont-I say against their hearth stones shall be blackrtcd and your our part to accomplish this. on the subject slavery and the slave you will remember, very fa back platorD\ i b
and pritute virtues of (;en. Ca tI, ,..bicb hat owl government, I will not say against their altars! stained with the bloi of jour own Trade ought to be recc\.el, read and respectfully the most splendid and glorious epochs of iU

been borne by such whigs as Abbott Lawrence own country. household! say not that AarOi V. Brown was: rillmorc's Abet itioisiis Admitted. considered by representatives' of the history of liberty, and arranged them, for the
S. S. Prentisa and Bailie Peyton. In our difficulties! with Franco: to compel nn unfaithful sentinel on watchtowers of people ? first time, in something of a specific and rfe.!
(;ov. Brown afler pronouncing the highest her to pay up indemnities, which she !Lad solemnly !. liberty.But The following paragraph is from the New 2il. Arc you opposed to the annexation of finite form. if I remember, about the close of

pulogium on Gen. Cass and Gen. Butler in bound herself I by treaty to do, your parly I am admonished} tha my allotted time York Express of the 22d of last August : Texas to this: Union, under any circumstance, Ihe second administration of James Monroe

peace and in war, in the Cabinet and the field look' sides against their vim {:ol'e'7I1nrnt.- has nearly expired. I can nly appeal you Even Mr. Giddings of Ohio, the conscience so long as slaves are held therein ? In the year 1921 we first them"

said he must pass on to a more grave objec. When the Indians bad murdered men, women, to pause, and to pauso long befor you call a Whig, and we hope his con titul'rls remember 3d. Are you in favor of Congress exercising and we elected upon them prouce presidency;

tion taken by Gov. Jones to tho election of and children: on cur southern; border, and mere military man, with ncexperieace, with him for il, was absent when wi Am- all tho constitutional power it possesses, to oflhe United States the elder Ad imi,the laj.Irr .
Gen. Cass. Gen. Jackson, reccommcr.dcd f fur their formed if abolish the internal slave trade between the Ad ihe
war no opinion_yet .or _natured, or ma-_ istcd appropriation came up. And once before nn, LAST A alu. [Tremendous
( That objection' was, that the election of protection, your parly, with a few honorable lured, who has not and wil not make a disclosure too, when great questions were at slake, States ? and repealed cheer]
Lewis Cass to the Presidency of the United exceptions, took sides against their own goternmcnt. of them, to the presilency of this great: he wan in Massachusetts, injuring tho Whig 4th. Aro you in favor. of immediate legislation 410/i that creed ire stood in 1829, 1S32, and

Slates would bo an endorsement of the ''"at.. When, in that war, Gen. Taylor republic. There can be ro necessity for so members from that State, and Millard Fillmore i for the abolition hlavery!: in the Dis. 1830 ; ve triumphed it in 1840 ; ve detfr.
of this administration recommended the use of Llood! hounds to hunt I rash and, until at triet of Columbia ? red to it -
policy policy of invasion now so unprecedented an of this Stale, every one of whom are triumph on in 1 1911 ; and ve
-of aggression-of territorial a gran. up I the Indians in their lairsyou cried (Iown I tempt. For more than tweity years our government better, becaus" more practical and influential I am much engaged and have no time to triumph on it in 1818..Six, sharply mtWlo coo.

dizl'menl-whicb, persisted in, must lead to with him and Mr. Van Buren, for this wan. with but a singb exception, has anti-slavery men than himself." enter into an argument, or to explain at lengthmy tested elections. had proclaimed principles

tho destruction of our government." And Ion, wicked and unchristian warfare ;" but been in democratic hands, end has advanced Yet this same New York Express, reasons for my opinion. I shall thereforecontent of the whigs to every woman. andckild!
pray sir, have you not already endorsed that now this very blood hound (((adviser lauded to in all the elements national greatness with very myself for the present, by answering in America, and had blown them abroad
policy, by the selection of your own candidate: f the: skies as tho greatest and the best.- the most astonishing, rapi !jtl' There can be which told the people of the North on the 22d! AI !. your interrogatories in the AFFIRM ATIVK ; with tho sound of a trumpet, from Madawuka ..

lie has been the very head and front of that When we were on the verge of war with no necessity to turn out the old and long tried day of last August that Millard Fillmore was and _leave_: for some future_ occaiol amore to thfi Sabine, from the waters New

war. lie has gathered all his laurels: in it.Without Great[ Britain for Oregon, you took sides with democratic pilots who have steered the great a BETTEK anli-slavery man" than even the : extended discussion u on the subject.MILLARD York to the Springs of the }Mississippi.o Why

it he had been ntbing-witb it be England on the question of title, and forced vessel of State. The new oies proposed are notorious and infamous (; bas been. FILL 10HE. sir, every man knew our the day 'that

has become y.ur proud and boasted candidate. your own government a compromise, which untried and unpractised-they never looked cited by Southern to iJtin: the v. MILLS, 'so,., chairman." the Philadelphia! Convention met, as well tithe
lie advised every step in it. lie advised the you now say i it was base and cowardly in Polkto on her compass, nor touched her helm in all Whigs provejo peo. Now read what Mr. Clay, in a speech in Declaration of Independence."
march to the banks of tho Rio Grande, and have madd. When it was proposed to their lives. Four years agoh.n the good : pIe of the South that Fillmore is a marvel This is
conclusive and
the Senate of tho United States in 1830, said now, Gentlemen
afterward that the war should )be carried over> strengthen an( enlarge our own country by old ship sailed out, you were confidently told lous proper manthat! he is a man with
the Rio Grande into the very hcait: and vitals he free and voluntary annexation of Texas that Via would never return-that she would :. whom wo need not fear to commit the decision of men who entertain such sentiments. Couldhe .I deserters, please to leave your uniforms behind .

of the Republic. lie entered to deeply and IOU took sides against:: your own :government: ba driven upon the rocks, and shoals, and of all to have drawn a more faithful portrait of Mr. you," when you desert. Don't carry
questions vitally interesting m -
cordially into it, that in his letter to General and contended that it would be doicnnglit rob. quicksands, and finally ba Fillmore : with you the livery of heaven," that jot

Gaines, he adcised the capture and retention fry on Iciico, thereby as !good as sending In the dup. be son of the ocean LUri .d.' Brooks, the Express editor, knows Fillmore, And the third class arc the real ultra abolitionists may 4t serve the devil" more e fie dually.-.
word to Mexico stand for it and! Heaven and when he tells that he is letter antislavery .
of six or seven of her finest and lo out us a 6
provinces ; But, thank God yonder she comes, with who are resohed to persevere in the When you left the Democracy, threw
.ret. sir after all. vou !!O down into the Llaod- would sustain her in their claim. And when all her sails set, riding gallantly into port !- man" than Giddings, he only repeats pursuit of their object at all hazards, and with. into the of the yo .
and carnage: qf this unjust and damnabla war war did come, and our country was actually All I ask of you before -you make this great r what every candid man, who has ever carefully I out regard. to any consequences, however ca. yourselves arms anginal (

and pluck up your candidate for the Presid a.cy. ntvrdrd and our people murdered on our otcn change, is to go down with mo and examinethe examined Fillmore's votes, i lamitous they may be. With them the right of the Adams' party-the old Fed-

Posterity will be amazed at the inconsis. oil, they took sides against their own go\crn slate and condition of ihe good old vessel Congressional of property is nothing. A single idea has taken ral party-the opponents and haters oJst
tency and absurdity of the act. But I meet ment, and, what is still worse, they continue is fully apprized of and Southern Whigs are .
' State. Look at her capacious and noble possession oftbeir minds, and onward they son, the father of the democratic party. Acknowledge
't the charge of GOT. Jones with a positive and yet so to take sides, against all the Jight and hull her wilfully! deluding the pcoplo when they tell
towering masts, peering upward pursue it ; overlooking all barriers, reckless it. Don't deny Jdentitjfsr
unequivocal denial. The war policy ol this evidence which truth and butory, with all toward the clouds-her everlasting timbers, them that the slightest reliance i to be placedin and regardless of all consequences. With
it is associates.
Administration has their and effulgence! can shed) the an imputation upon your
not been a1mressivehalrrot power upon
bidding defiance to the wares and the (tern. him. this class the immediate abolition of slawy in
been for territorial a 'jrrj>r>' nr
and or
,? -offers b you-none--and will"m offer IDC pTOOr.he you none.""' --.or, sorrowanfTn&gnaticut1at:\ r ric'ciflsbiirii: P.the\AJk..a"w stars and stripes that have carried"your tha'South if ultrrrollyTnveV pO V '- 17lrhfrom fe _rQlumbi",, (lr:1aa[( $, .".-. AUwnw-ti.... _.._ .tiil- devoted
lie prefers charges against hii own government ing pages.Gov name, your fame, and your power, over all any thing from this I BETTER AXTI-SLAVESY nestS&itr Slate to Slate, and rtI.rl to admit I II friend of the South!-whom your party corruptly

ahich, if true, ought to sink it to the Jones prefers another charge against! tho habitable! globe-four more stars than MAN" than Giddings, makes the following re. I institution any of domestic, comprising slarcrv. limits Ihe I placed in tho Presidential chair. We

lowest depths "f! infamy and dishonor-char. Gen. Cass, to which I wish now briefly to re. you ever sa\ khino there before. But all mark--- f- means .- the ". art' Lnt-- Sf mrIf. advise you to fry lo from the odium
to no
ges that present this noblo Republic as stan- ply.> He warns )ou against him as a north. these relate to tho outside, the mere exterior "Senator conducing accompl'aliment of the which escape
Corwin made idtimate but attaches
end : to in of
a speech at San. perilous at which you
ding out amongst the other nations of the ern; man, whom you cannot trust on the great oftbe noble vessel : what of her cargo ?- lietaeomdly consequence jour
cut of our peculiar southern It is and Our ? dusky city, Ohio, on the ICtb inst., wherein and holly aim ; are but s many short staffs desertion of democracy, and espousal of the
earth, as a proud despot, bloated and reeking questions growing precious prielen. commerce he slated that the Vice President had in and
with the blood of a weak, innocent and help. institution. Sir, I challenge proudly a com- Under the infuence revenue duties only, it do with legislation than the President more lo at which 1M/Oi they bloody road to lh distant good heresies of l federalism. That is impibe.

less people ; and jet stops not and cares nut parison of candidates in this respect. You is larger ever was before. Our agriculture tiat the only chance of law ; and is abolition irouldjinally universal- Their purpose and besides your flounderings only jouappear
passing a contain. abolition
to bring forward one fact or to adduce one call: on your's for his opinions on the Wihnot ? I has fed half the starving nations i the ; peaca. ridiculous.:
ilg Wilmot Proviso if it
would be elect bly can, if
to Milord !- forcibly it must he. Their
argument, to( support the foul impeachment. Proviso. He shakes his head in awful and of Europe. Our navigation ? Boundless as
Fillmore, and thus give the object is no longer concealed This advice is
the ou.Vo
Well, if ho will not prove it, I will disprove it. ominous silence. When called on to the the oceans of the earth. Our mechanical arts controlling by thinnestveil gratu charge DO.
Since this war has been ended and our armies North, in one of your speeches, to say how and sciences ? Have filled the world with n/e infarr ofihat principle, in a body equal ; it is avowed and proclaimed."-Life and thing for it, and all we ask in return is that it

withdrawn, Mexico, by her commissioner (ten. Taylor is on that great question, you astonishment. But tcl us-tell us, what of ly representing the Slave and Free States." Speeches of Henry Clay, tol. 2,p. 395, 407. shall le received with tho same frankness

who negotiated the treaty, has acknowledged frankly admit that you do not know. Others, (he Union, the ark our political salvation ? Here,people of ForiJa,you havethe TRUTH Who can mistake the picture ? Millard with which it is given.

that she did not own one acre of territory on i with better opportunities, declare that ho is Safely brought home to you brighter and of the matter. It comes from a man who sup Fillmore Thou art tho man" _

this side the Rio Del Norte. That she had against any further extension of slavery, and stronger than ever. What of the constitution ? ported Fillmore for Governor in 1814, when He won't ICesign.
not owned one acre of it since the battle of that he would not veto the Wilmot! proviso. Brought back, too, sound and unbroken.Our .- he "Mr. FILLMORE is indeed Xorth-
the a
San Jacinto-that in every attempt she had Caleb! B.I! Smith, member Congress says he civil and religious liberties what of them ? opposed annexation of Texas on the The Whigs say that TAYLOR is our second

been whippedofffrom) it, leaving the country i. with the north o* that subject ; Mr. Ewing; Hero they are. pure and inviolate as when ground that i would extend the urea of-- -sla. c.rn man-\vlio,_ on all proper occaSions VASIIINGTOX ; but Washington resumed st

between the Rio Grande and the Nueces of Ohio, says he is with the north ; King and they were first t. baptised in Ihe blood of Ihe yerJ"-t comes from a man who supported \VH stand manfully by the interests the close of the war, while! Taylor- hangs onto

absolutely free." Absolutely free I This is Ashman, members of Congress from Massa. revolution. What patriotic roles is not readyto bins in 1946 for Comptroller, when the battlewas of the North, which are the his commission, and is thus electioneering

the free and voluntary coafession oi one of the husetts, say so ; Coalter, from N. Hampshire.and exclaim, then all is wall ali well I fought on the question of the Proviso and interests of freedom."-JV. Y. Cbitr. for further
Trueman Smith from Connecticut, promotion. Taylor evidently be
parties to the controversy, and is the very say u __ ami h
highest and best authority. Reverdy John. 'o; and hundreds of others assert it with a THE FLORIDIAN. was WOE by Fillmore-it comes from a man 1Jtrcr, July 29, 1818. lees that *4 a bird in tho ban is worth two

con, one of ycur ablest Senators, last winter, loldness and confidence which seem to be who KNOWS him, and ho tells us that he is a So a friends and acquaint.ances i in the bush." He is not going to surrender

S after deep and profound investigation, slated founded on; actual knowledge. Now, sir, if BETTER ANTI.SLAVERY MAN" than say, and so say all his votes in Con. thirty rations per day, at 20 cents ration,
the same; facts in almost the some: words, and Gen. Taylor were right on thai subject' would "LET cs A LO WE. Joshua R. But the I per
-- Giddings, tho notorious Abolition gress. says Florida Sentinel, Mr. with the very shin chances which he of
his head would he his : -= ba
he shake at = -
expressly declares that from the commencement you ; put -
of the revolution of 1634 to the independence finger on his lips : would he leave his friend Saturday, November 4, 1848. ist And he tells you, too, that should he be FILLMORK" is the best abused man in .America getting in possession of twenty-five thousand

declared by Texas in 183G-from (;ov. Jones to grope his way here through the ilected by your votes, ho will give the casting Who abuses him then, but the very dollars per annum as President.An .

that period to tho admission of Texas into our State of Tennessee, unable to say how his '>te of tho Senate against your rights There men who KNOW HIM, have served with him exchange paper !thus toucBeyefl" the

Union in 1845, and from '45 to the present candidate is on the great question of the agea ; ii no disguise here-you know what )you are : in Congress and are his neighbors and acquaintances manner in which ho holds on to his ration
/tour, no Mexican document can be found, question on which the continuance and tc expect, should contribute I ? Will believe
you to his electionh Whigs the Florida and his SGOO per month.
of this Union ?1-
military or civil-no Mexican officer( civil or permanence may depend
military, has ever been known maintaining When) I look upon you, sir, every day panting your voles. Will you do it 1Vi you i Sentinel in preference to Daniel Webster, I Gen. Taylor i I. allowed lour servants and eijkt(

that the territory lying between the Nucces and laboring under this load, I cannot but place r l (he knife in Ihe assassin's hands, with Levi Lincoln, Charles Hudson. Caleb B. people horses by line the lo government find Gen.Ta! lor That's horace pleasant.and servant Tb.

and the Rio Grande, belonged to Mexico, by link of Saint: Paul, when he stood an ;Mars\ he assurance ringing in your ears, that it shall Smith, 1 lam If. Seward, (his conscience In addition to (this, he Is aloe) 30 rations per d*J,

\ t any ocher title than that which she maintained Hill and exclaimed, Yo men of Athens I be returned to you reeking with keeper,) tho N. Y. Courier and Enquirer the while a common soldier one. Tkat'
your o'nhtat' ,
the whole territory between the Saline. and perceive that in all things are too fupersli'oug. pleasant acrain. The General receives $<
the fo Rio Grando." I pause and-stand- on these For as I paused by yo and beheld jour h I blnad---- ?. -P._"._-.",_ .ikon....f &e n. _n.uucu.-. .-.i HI'lme. :_ N. Y. Elpre8 the N. Y. Tribune- ----, .ami. .r indeed -_ per. month- U fmm__ flKA._ "frr\VA- ...nn\4tn."., .I o.abut. ff\l.lit.*_.
__ Hantcr. He
two receut authorities, and demand of Gov. devotions! I found an altar with this incrip- --- FleD from the snare Fillmore's advocates I every whig in the free States, and every is a candidate thinks for Ihi that!It not enough) howneadhe
Jones to overturn them or take back the bold tion ;i-to the Unknown God." Yes, sir, I see have sot for you. Trust not their smooth whig newspaper in the free States, to say no. would be pleasanler still. t2'I rfnu lo ye3. Ta ht

snd disgracing! charges made: against bis own your inscriptions every day to the unknown fOR PRESIDENT OF IRS U.MTFD fTLli voices. They may be honest in their appeals, thing about what Fillmore tells ui in life fa- office until he is elected. That's shrewd

government. Reverdy Johnson, one of the God whom you ignorantly; worship. You GEN. LEWIS CASS, I j hut they are misguided. The evidence is moos Buffalo letter in 1833, WHICH HE HAS Now, what: a yell of indignation lh Tsy-
ablest whigs in Congress;; tells you you are pray to him, hut ho will not answer you ; you or MICHIGAN. lorites would set up if this was CASS or BCT-
wrong. Mexico herself the only parly inter- call: upon him, but he will not unveil himself verwhelming-.Millard Fillmore i not be I. JiE\ER VET, AND NEVER WILL HKTHACT ?_
who thus
*lAd Against us, tells you you are wrong, and to jou, on no one subject, in no one parlicu- Ton TICK FRF!IDECT: t trusted by the South His friends, ac uaintancc Let them answer this question if they can. LER cling lo government pay-! '

your heart ought; to leap with joy from the tar, in no form, nor shape, ner manner. Ho GEN. WILLIAM O. DUTI, *, and neighbors tlus !o, and wo can. Fillmore wan abolitionist, and Mr.I Robert C. CASK. labored and toiled for his country n
Mexican to the American side of the question. ,fill not thunder to you from the mountain, nor OF KF TCCKf. not, must not, and dare not close our eyes and Winthrop may spare himself the labor of at. leI than eighteen years as Governor and !h.

,, "if then the lover" Rio Grand, k whici )laz: before you in a burning bush-all is FOR .' |I cars lo the truthful warnings they give us.- tempting to delude the people of this State in. dian agent, in the wilderness of the great
doubt and H.ECTORS
only tie army was sent, were the true boundary mystery, uncertainty. PR'ITAI. West, during which limo he secured, bI
between tb. United States (after annex But?, sir, how is it on the other side 1 Gen. GHORGK i: K.h FAIRBANKS, OfSl.hns.CHARLKS ) \ Says tho Hon. Levi Lincoln, a distinguished to believing the contrary. Wo will always / .

ation) and Mexico, every doubt and shadow Case leaving the strong side comes over to the II. IUPONT, Of (,ad.\:. Whig of Massachusetts : believe HENRY CLAY in preferenco to friendly treaty, no less than o r UCIP

fdoubt' about the j justice, the constitutionality: weak one ; giving up eaily and hasty impres- JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson Covnl Associated with Gen. Tayle! in the nom. him. He says that any man in favor of abolishing BULLIONS ACRES or LASH, worth at'lbe lowest .

and necessity of the Mesican war vanihesnt @,ion, he follows tho deep and constitutional l inalions by the Convention, ({at Philadelphia, slavery.in the District Columbia! estimate three hundred millions of dollar '
cnce. Tho war policy cf the President in- conviction of hit! mind, and boldly declares GRAND RALLY lays Mr. L.,) ig tim namo of Mr. Fillmore, THE WORST SORT OF AN ABOLITIONIST and for this labor and service to bis country
south is this Mil?
lantly' becomes ono of 6:1J defence, protecting that right en ;great question, The meeting on Monday IU.On '. a the candidate for the Vice Presidency lard Fillmoro he received leI ih&njiftecn thousand dollart
anll that he will rise or fall with her upon it. told tho abolitionists of the Erie
from invasion every portion of'our wide spread Monday evening next, thero wilt Need I recommend him to confidence .
your as
What is it "that the south is needing in this District in 1839, that he in compensation Notwithstanding, however
Ys sirs after all havo and ? WAS favor of the
lug Republic. support If
you grand of the Democrats of the a man
rally C
1 and critical 1 Not friends in at tore h vorthy" the smallness of the and tbe'
beard, the Piesident. has only' acted on the ryinj the Court House. confidence in this community, a man o IMMEDIATE abolition of slavery in that District compensation,
the eoiiih for if Iho wholo south stood as one Come one-como lI l-
greatness of the service formed his UI.
The ,
principle ofzdf.lrfencc. Mexican i sympathies arc altogether in northern and this he has pet
in the night time, crossed the true boundary, i man (Gen. Taylor! snd all,) still she would will be our LAT meeting before w et : and free Stales. il is the candidate yours tIe for the ITre never will, and he stands never before retracted the and principled and unscrupulous opponents. cSrg
of her. She
.will* the view of reconquering the whole of: have a majority forty against t at the polls on Tuesday morning. Let 3 a Presidency, Milliard Fillmore. \1 know him country him with plundering robbing the*

.. Texas, assailed our army, murdered our peo.pte therefore, needs friends in tho north-some rouser 1r;. DRoc&IDRouGrl and Aj. well. I know him personally. I have served an abolitionist by his own COliUWFILLMORE /! and treasury'The cannot
strong man, with strong friends, who will government so on people
on our own soil, as is now admitted by T. AKCIIEU will make ftddresses. in Congress of the United States with him.
"I Mexico herself. But Gov. Jones tells us, stand by her. Such a rmn is Lewis Cats andtbe icr I I know his unflinching, fearless BELOW PAl.-Some one hundred dele fail to ceo the despicable! course of ,h opposition -
friends who stand him in this election. Democrats will also make .speeches coure.'JYe gates returning from a in
by me Whig_meeting Scriveneoumy in this whole busmen.
S however this may be, that [ told you in .. I ihs _Hon.___ levi. Tina.i'aIn L called for
r. 644 that there would lie no war, and there. With him ana them as her allies, the dirk out, all 01 you who loel the importance becoming n -- .. w'u".f .UI. Taylor,\"hiehrre i.eorgia given. Three three (beer for Zac

p. ..... fore I was a false prophet on the subject.Well .- clouds that now bang over her may be dis. struggle, and let us show our op us lIe served by his side in Congress. They asked lor Millard Fimore-but. sayi cheers a were then No CHAwcr.-John Minor Boil njt that T 7.

sir, who falsified my prophecy I Nol >elled, and our country start afresh iu a now that, though defeated in our late bat re stood shoulder 'lo shoulder against the South. dent of I the Crorgian, an universal correspon and lor's election is totally out of Ihe q jo rion," nd 1

: f .", Mexico-but you-jour (party-you as good career of glory and of greatness. are not dismayed I Their sympathies are identical-their feelings a siimter Whigor silence'an was ultra the Wbi unexpected.' dared response to Not says Willis Hall and Dudley Selden. The ,red.
: ; as sent word to t her that she bad given up But with what sort of grace, said Governor a' ALTOOZTIIE&" with tho Abolitionists of the representat ive of the {rest Whiglpartj-(his Norlh-this New York Clay Whig meeting also told the follow-

.:: Texas loo f"uity-that *he bad a good title to I Drown, can our adversaries object to the! Pennsylvania Right Side U I North' I Who will!! not heed I this : cnn Abolitionist, with'Sou them whig principles" ing fact* : 4I
./ V iI, and that if she would assert it, that Heaven northern residence of Gen. Cass 1 Look to The official democratic majority (or Canamiosioncr warning ?- with a nod of recognition!t. I Their romination [Iha oflhe Philadelphia Con
,1 .' would tako tides with her, and that it would your own ticket for Vice President. Compare in Pennsylvania is 9,798* and t tjoriljr a. Who will vote for a man with such a characer Yes and so it should be from one extremeof I nntiona.. fallen vfon the tnmtrJ-u/J.

'.,t 1.. ..J be-downright robbery for the United Stales to it t with ours-Butler and Fillmore ; both in (or the Demoratic Congressional t ? the South to the other. We want no lice.ut response vitality.: no HIM exert tan wt(/ tcnridrr"inll tm/i*'**

;: : take it from hjr. Bo encouraged she did go Congress for years together ; Butler true as 3,950 t And this, too. over all combin: Afcain : Says Mr. Charles Hudson, a Whig Northern Abolitionist with Southern tinuntlulU_, a t".a"t tfd. times ."r II'* fan

.,. \.i to WM for it, and if I and my par!j were bad :steal to the south,on every occasion| Fillmore natives* free soilfii.i&d \hi i.! These. CQJrelmalflQ M&sschustig a in. ? Whig onccitt of n.poujjte.ensng5neythal caM alleY
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Tba time hai been when th. Whigs; ex- I conversion' enthusiasm pt6uiled. His acquaintances""cTC en-TAYLOR, bojdfy anti *ofci*-'Cur.a"1 'Proclamation.. Oflce Chairs.

jirt lied a holy horror at seeing military men triumph of lift tjT&niocracj is one of the great publicly proclaiming] (that he will: not veto the Whiggr i D ro wms never pos 2 DOZEN OFFICE.ARM CHAIRS, for sale at .
cam aign. New Yoik
; co f. tBIRCIIETT
fanning for high civil office. When the |'zt1. Proviso, should,pass Congress! These are Itled' rnuch4estg. 'It tit* always, un. L1XD BEnGF.R. |

riot Jackson was a candidate for the Prrsi. Warning Facts for the South no vilo Locofocos," these"WALKERs and til experience convinced the world to the con. October 29,154S.$ 11 }I

. Venc), they raised the cry of alarm, and their 44 1 SPEAK WHAT I x'Xow-1 tpcal nr.1 rrih.out RIOIITOKS, who thus testify ; but they are trary, claimed that it numbered ia its rank Lloyd & Flagg i ,

grcal 'leader was heard passionatedeprcca.! authorit.land. I tell you 1 knw Zachary I slave-holding Whigs of Louisiana-support. all the decency ud talents, and a to braggingand \ RE' prepared tnadranceon COITON shipped t

ting the election of such a warrior-hero, as Taylor will not use his veto, nor his personal ers of TAYLOR and FILLMoRE-acting members boasting, every body knows what i can 11. to their friends i in New York.ktobet29.l'l .

Wing worse than famino and ,tiJenct.- nor official influence for the purpose of extcn- and ]leaders in the Whig party And do at that. In 1844, they were to sweepibs 1 15 (

; Tbej could then see nothing but danger and ding know slavery it. Think into any of our Territories what Whig has ever been authorized, these democracy before/ them like cbdf but when BY WILLIAM -MOSELEV NEWGOODS*_ f. [
not, my friends l la e continued the rRlnc MiWutwr is fci PALL ANtI F
receiving *
statements votes were counted 170 and
are untrue to contradict ,
them ? Pou
destruction to our institutions, in the elevation that I am here to make a case" for Governor of Florida. I XL WINTER: GOODS td whit! he would call
chieAnin." Gen. Not one. They are all silent. TAYLOR CLAY 105 I And so it will be in 1813. Be. the attention of the p3bic.! rricct
Not ) Taylor. Have re- la
bf a military only did they : sacrificed: Rvjmuch Slate of Florida, t>v an Art ot' eonnpond

fcon sider precedent dangerous but they as any of you in defending the principles of fuses to furnish them with tho necessary au. fore' th election, however, they will carry \VJEREThe\4Tr.btJ"rrrovcd Ja'nuary lh, with the lime. J.. M. '' .

frre soil ? In their defence I have battled Ihority over hit own while every thing- f They even have the )"S, entitled, .\1 r dtln a.< f->("t\\* the October WILLIAMS. .
regarded the fngrcdients qualities which when few signature, CORWIX onpaper boundary between the Stale. of Florida and :\1.1". 21.! I IMS- 14 31

Birred into and formed the character of a form I took battled with me. On this plat. and others in the free States exhibit ]letters brass to lay claim to South Carolina !-a State in a"h it'll ratified and confirmed I the a rl.tnnlllHle; Selling off at Cost.
my stand, when to do to, I had to from( Mm where between the re'Itli-e|> Commissioners, of the .jidStatrs :
successful General, as being, of all others, separate forever with dearest friends friends entirely satisfactory (t. the Promoits Whigs can scarcely be numbered, in reference to said boa'idait : ,'nt ir ', WILL wll my rcai! ininz itself of fond fur fit,

those which unfited him to be the "ruler of "-.-In.... .frtf".* ft, .*KIM. .. .._ t_ _, t -. i of the North tbrv. are co few Tha- -- -Mrrruru--- --- of-- the--- 21t (is, the said agreement by tIe said. -Commi"'iorwi., I n-Tt Ihrr "e-kiat cost for C ,h, and ir l.hlt.,1! ,,

TI a good And evil.wJ report.J5dUdUtOOi Upon this tymeInrour ark I h I I Will not t tho peoples take warning from this ultimo notices theso crazy assumptions of halb been r.I'ft.J !>y I Ihe Stale, ol .lalamalhe. evi. have: any thing remaining. from the wreck of tIn.
free people. cast / ----I I deuce! .hert.f tiled in the '>(!ice of the Secretaiy \\"art'311rl"Id oilier ve! el lt en which I hare shipped I,

Since that time, howerer, they hare chan. ed myself. with nil--- m n/,' n hoop__,_ (.,.T.lorite., and dashes their .I of Slate of the State: Florida_ : __ good:!* lhf: !ori.thry are also in the market atC0r. fI

almost with sinple) arm, the waves of pop South from the Lands of Ibo to .hc earth thus : I Of the one hundred and i'ow. TllERirOEE, I, U It.MJIM J}. ;10-tf.IY. J.r.'UiTi ail m! goons warp t'en purer eu .
rillmorites and
ged their tone. They afterwards ran and ular! indignation. Think not therefore! that Governorcf the State. of FIoiiJj: in j>'irsiianre and I since January, and *ir r e the f.ill of Cotton I conwquervtly .
I elected! Harrison, whom they ]lauded and I will abandon it abolitionists of the North 7lr. sixty.eight members of our Legislature, not iy virtue of I the bird seilionof I I Ihe Act of I Ihe Grnral :are new-,and at cost offer induce : rarelymet
reoe of noswhen in the full tide more than thirty vote for the Taylor Electoral ,' Assembly: of this Slate aforesaid. do proclaim I with in thi", cit,. I hate also Ilnaiehold ant .
. tommended, not simply) for the civil qualifica. popular favor. No, no ; I support Gen. ZIobcri C. Tiuthrop.We wi the line agreed upon by Ihe Co3in3i->ners af'r Kitchen Furniture, a Cooling; Since of Ihe latest pa-

lioni they claimed for him, but also for his Taylor became of the three candidates for caution.the ticket, indeed such a ticket is Toted] "iil. and defined. b\ the said Art, approve January tent and most approved .tJ It.. All for sale yen low
President now before us, WITU HIM AND people against putting any for at all !" ISIS, lobe the boundary belwern n the Sla ealnre for c. h.- TI1OS. HAYWARD.
military exploits and successes. Nor have ALO.NE, I HIM faith in the statements of this gentleman as to 'aidrand I that it shall be hencefotIh deemed. and Ottober2l,1545. Starptts
I am trilling to /rusthe cherished the Hera is a quietus to the hopes of Taylorismin taken by all the aiilhonhf and people of this( Si itc
been willing to stop here. Much rinciJc abolitionism of Fillmore. Mr. .
they as they j> which you and I hare so long enprorcd. Cabcll the noble PALMETTO STATE ul he tle and only boundary line between I the Staler ( Matrass, &: fur tale Low. ..I

once dreaded the election of a warrior, great ." may get as many letters from him as he choos. of Florida and Alabama. to wit : The line commen- : I i.'> cril>er bu two second hand CARPET! -.

; aDd loud as was their alarm-cry] against sucha [Tom Conrins Speech in Xenia; Ohio. i es, but they are of no more authority than ciTiz on I the Chat tahoocliie." Rivtr,nar a place known TIn 'ie cheap ;-a1n, one superior: new bait ..
'I Oue of the most remarkable cures ever Recorded. aIrwin's Mills, and! running; \t to the P rdilo MATTRASS. Apple to ..
thing, they did not become so fixed in their THE PEOPLE ix Cot'NCIL.-I'hO people of would he the statements of Abby Tolsom. WalJo'joro": Maine, July 3U">, 1.15. marked throughout! by blaze on lbs trees, and J. K. FOR UA'C. ,\elll. .
t Marion county (Indiana.) met in num This also by mounds of earth: thrown UJHID the line, at O"tober2t.l$3. 11 .
opiflioa; or so paralizcd their fears, but that great man, Winthrop is ono of the rankest Dear Sir : Having npf'riroe great benefit from
bers in the State House i di.tancn of one mile more or lev. from each other,
they can now, i y a bold and reckless move yard yesterday. Uxoovernor Wilmot Provisoists in the free Stales. HP your invaluable toedicme. I feet it my duty and privilege an'1 commonly known a* the Mound Line." or Nbtlcc.ILLlAM .
.Metcalfe of ---
Kentucky was selected to the world know what it bu d Jn fur me. :. Ellirolt'.Line," and by thee narr.c distirigiislied' l
laent place themselves wholly on the other by the Committee of Arrangements to denounced the Mexican War as infamous and Possessed le of constitution I had from another line above, running irTe ularh_ at dif- l\VKlNS I \'I ill :1cb my aJlhftriLcJ .
; naturally
extreme. From opposing men who were distinguished preside over its deliberations. On taking unholy, yet said he, I would REJOICE at the a strong the of t3.I I erent distances (net e1crtdlllnf and a half wiles) V Agent during tc" ah FETE ene health to C.
enjoyed perfect ;previous spring t. WXTTEN
the chair he ( I tlie Mound I.ine"anot marked t> only I ,
in a military capacity, but who pronounced an address to the war, if it should result in permanently end in. when I was troubled with a difficult} in my side i attended I and known a- the'- Upper Lmeor"Ct'fCei) bl"Z Line." Ortober2t.1'4t14 41* :

were also taught and experienced in the civil People, characterized 1 by that strong good cradically engrafting the principles of the wilh considerable pain. Sometime in July! 1was In testimony whereof, I havehereontoset my JL-eon ;
sense for which he has been eo long distinguished hand anJcaused the seal of the State County ,
r eerrice of their country, on the ground that the in the councils of the nation. lIe Proviso upon the policy of our government !r' violently attacked with a cough, which continued [CAL.] to he aH'ite.l Done great at lie Capitol in the TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. .

. habits and character of told the Who will believe his assertions after this until fall, ; then I was confined to the house tih city of T.thlahac'sce, tins ijih d.v ol October .
military men unfitted People, as a Southern man, and as a as virtue of the power vested in me by law, t
months, during which time cou h wa se .\. D., 1M?. BY
f them for civil station, they hare now Senator representing a Southern State, in the to Fillrnorc's soundness ? Robert C. Win- : W D. MOTLEY. Gvrerr.or. I have levied upon, and shall expose fur sale, before
gone I had of which
vere. frequently spells coughing :
I he Court llo.icdiierinthechyo1 t Tall..ka"t1"
f entirely) the other bide, and are using their U. States Senate, that he did not wish (;en. throw knotct that the very man who he t tells lasted two hour; doily! r.istd: large quantities of Taylor to interpose theeto to defeat the ,. ( 4t
! utmost efforts to elect] even to the exalted sta- ofa pa us is no abolition! !. holds view )identical inalttr, accompanied with LlooJ. Siime- ; log described proj.erfy.or PO ranch thereof as will
sage bill extending the ordinance of\1S 7, Proclamation.BY theStIeznd County Taxes due Ibereon for the
1 tioa of the Presidency, a man who is nothing over our nowlv. acquired territories. That with his own on the Promo I He knows this, times I raided a quart of blow at a licrie. I consult pay ji-ar IMSto wit :

1 else but a military man, who has no (lorSTOODPLKiGCDIUFOUE and yet he tries to deceive and delude in intoFillmore's ed three physicijin, all of whom did their be-.t to That body o' land I lying in the County of Irfon .
THE restore me; gate me lip; said they could d* no more iin'li'd North by tie line of demarcation Wcsr by
! ence in civil life COUNTRY, so understood North and support, and Mr. CABELL is not entitled b .
no qualifications, no the Ocluckonre Hirer, South by Wakulla County
capacity South. NOT TO for me; I must die ; it was impossible for me to lire .'
the St. Marks .
to our thanks for the and Est by River.kn"n a. t.ort-
lor civil --- he .
office, and of whom the part performs but short time. One of them said lungs were
greatestman DISHONOR) HIMSELF a [Y and .
WERE liE TO I ; Porch -c, purportirg to belong tothe Apalachicoa
who supports him, says, and truly sap, DO IT. The Whigs of the South would in carrying on this delusion. :one. At this critical moment when eminent phMrians }- ; '1 Pf- Land Company. i

Lit nomination vas not fit to be made." SCORN lo resort to the had exhausted their skill, friend* despaird VofSE4Se-c7T2R2.SantiE. ; W i of
one man power to An Original Free lon r life WILLIAM D. MOSELEY, SF: 4. Sor IS. T 2. R 2. S and E.owner nnknown.E .
defeat of own hope of at an end, resorted
It is not merely the inconsistency of tho it, or any other measure of deliberate ".e earnestly commend the following from my my recovery Governor Florida. l S \V 4. Sec 2S.T 1,141, N and W..owner on- t
I to of
Il'itJlation.-lndiallapuli i Journal, a Taylor 1.no"n.
in the this
Whig matter which should be con- and Fillmore Organ. the Rochester ( N. L) Democrat, a strong Tay DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHCRRY.WLrn WHEREAS, The -ul"r of al Good has }nipnh \V i lot No- H)).I)ir.g and being in old plan city

demned. They are culpable in rejecting the Lewis Urodwell called the Taylor meeting lor and Fillmore paper, to the attention of hon I had t taken one and a half bottles, those severe .: the good 1 people hi Stale, durm; of Taltaha"'cs, owner unknowt.Lot l
share of truth which he current year, with health, pro penly, and other No. 2, frac !ec 1.1 ; l.ts 1 and 2, fnr sec 21.
") was in their former posi in Cincinnatti! to order after which Gov. est men of all parties. Who will question the RpelU coughing were removed. I continued btessiivs : ,section 2J : W i, and N E4of Sec 2-'. and lof, NO.I. .

tion. The objection, when they made it, was Metcalfe ofKcntucky, a Slarfholder. was introduced truth of what is here declared of Fillmore! taking tbe Balaam until spring, J ISM when I ceasedto Ttlr'efort it i is prolaimf. that THURSDAY, l.2.3,45,6ai.sl7ofSec.1Gi'sTowaship2N

- to men who, in addition to their I' by Col. Bond, and in a short 'but tJLttMI at thC lungs my health and strength 1 improved ) day of be set apart (to l he of R 1Y.., containing 2131 acre, pnrprrjin; to be. ,
military repi weil.arranged; speech, entertained the audience coining as it does, from one who has supportedand o that the house. but was not able to work bsmcd Ilirou-hout) this Slate a* a day of Tbauks- loij to ATbert A. PicJcett and John II. Gindr -..
utstion, 'were fir from being unknown and inexperienced I stood him iu I 11tf i\-ing and Prai.e to AInizh' GO1 W 1otNWl of Sec 17. T I. R 1. S and E, be, ,S
stating other things that if(Jen. by every canvass: in New for a ear. Now my health i i" good. I am able to I
among Given under my hand and great seal of (Lc longing' to e'Ule of A. Uransoa. fur taxes due for
in civil affairs. The objection Taylor"t"rol'd a bill containing the provisions York ? da ;daj'j work every, day on mv firm.JAME3 Stale, this -.ijth day nf October. A. 1) 1 US.. )cars l4 j, li<*>, IS';. and 1513.s:4otSecST1R2.NanJEandElefSW. !
would hare been true if applied to men who of tho Wilmot proviso, or Ordinance ol V7, Av OSIUIXAL Fmc SOILEK-MILLARO COMERY. n. I). .MOSELF.Y( Governor. t
Witness THOMAS P.ENNER. A. E. t' \Er., Srerelaiiftif : : 1 '.1 Sec 5, T 1. K 2, N and E, belonging to A. Melv t
knew nothing of respecting the newly acquired he FILLMORE It'3TLe :
\1 political matters, and who territory, IN whigs of Western Oder( 3, 11S.. 1'", >r.
were untrbd in political offices, as is the case (.Metcalfe) and all others in Kentucky, sla\c- Now YOlk, in these days when the old ene- See Dr. Wutar's treatise on Consumption, to behad Section 15T 1 r. R I ITIand E., purporUrg to be.

with Gen. holders, would consider him. recreant to all nail's )liberty arc taking so much credit to .. of the agents, gr ol i.. Plantation for Sale. Ion: 10 W. G. Guuld. -
Taylor. Hut this was not the case the pledges ever made by him, and unworthy th(':iurivcs for their buJJen conversion to free Iercrhcr. the genuine must bare the signature- of : II."VI G removed a d''lanllal of the State. JAMES w. SHERWOOD.

of Jackson, as it was not of Washington before the countenance and of honc.\t s'/.l : I. on the wrapper.XJFor : the subscriberolTtrs for sate. his plantationron- Tax As*"*or and Collector Leon County.
principle? and
support any poit.tlilipridc plea ImTS lainbg about "j( acres, 4 II
him. Nor was it the case with Harri- man forcrcr' tl& re( fiu."Cincinnati! Correspondent sure to the following to prove that he was the ( sale by E. r.\R\RO. Jr., Dr'jiat,T; under a good fence, and in-:l n"pecls in gOld order

son. In fact, Webster has correctly said, of A. )". Tribune.IfCorxvin fr.cn and advocate of free principles wlen laha" ee, I). LADD, Newport, PloriJa, and by Drug. lorcullivalu.il. IIi. well '4Itr' d, Mid has a delightful NEW GOODS.

is to believed the Richmond his present were Uisls Cfiierall fhrnushout the United States. ) well of water :ailjomin; the dwelling houwt n now ceivi"1t Ann Eli-
there opponents
is no precedent for a case of this eort. says sustaining gag : situated about 0 10 mile! Irom Lake Jackson, anJ'ix Tlinsnlwcribfr per ,
-.-, -- .
laws in == Yo?L. tbe following GOODS tuwhich
Congress the of ---
But when a use has arisen in which their Enquirer, or if Governor Metcalfe, a slaveholder advocating burning from Talkihassee, on t the Cambridge e road. Tit he would inyhp the attonfion of his forme' .
lice and O nIT U A R V
publications pledging themselves will be made
from State in the United ; to i terms easy lo an approved purchaser. customers and the pil>lic penrrally. *iz :
; positi.n is correct, they abandon it-worse : a slave-holding l'rcrmt the abolition (f.slarcry in the district Died at his summer re"iJcnce, on St. Jar(!' Island For further particular, all) *>n tl.,' premises, or Hazjin.I'lou.III, Northern Floor,

l than this they make the case themselves, and States Senate, he worthy of credit (and, of Columbia. on the iiigbt of lie IWh Octcbtr last, Captain[ to Mai. Richard hayward, G. TWard.J. J. F:''. Gents Llack Clolb Dress coats, .

. then obstiaately stand up for unadulterated what Southern Taylorito will dare to discredit [Here follows the Fillmore Platform] JOSHUA H. BYRD, in the 5Mh Jar of his age. October 2 1q1q. 15 SC01- Do. to. do. Orrr Coal!.
Do. do. do. Sack do.
such a witness) SOCTIIERN That Mr. Fillmoro is Capt. R\rd was a native of Lenior County, North
military chieftainism. I OUGHT ANY MAX an honest and onsis. Do. do. tlo. Cloak.
Mules! Mules! !
TO VOTE FOR ZACHARY TAYLOR ? These tent frUnd of freedom-an advocate of 'free Carolina and emigrated with bs: foIil} to Florida Do. F.--icy Hunting Cost, t
There never was a time when Democrats I soil and free speech,1 from the in the year IS2C and Las been a citizen of Leon 'IIC subscriber oLrers for ale. Sr\'ETY.FJ'E Do. Jo. Suck do. .
beginningthe -
L weal far this I FACTS are stronger and more eloquent than all since till ithin the when young MULES. Terms approved Do. do. Frock cc. :
so as They do not object toI most malicious of his opponents are compellcd County ever present year rt-dit. MARTIN PALMER.Mohticcllo :,
he flimsy of Do. snper. .lk. Calmer and Doe Skin Pant. '
military men, if they have besides civil qualifications ). arguments &ndspectdation Whig to admit. E"JRPI' LIC ACT OF ins, ha moved to Wakulla County.For October 2>, 1515. I: Ct Do. do. fancy Ca-*;mer Pants

butihistheydonotrequire. speakers and pressess, to prove Taylor to be WIIERH TUB UfEbTIOX WAS INVOLVED, liASEC some months previous to his death, I.e was in Do. do. Black Sjtio and Fancy Vest,
They bad health, having had attack ot t bilhous f Choice Madeira Wine. '
worthy Southern suppoit. IN I-AVOU OL THESE 1'RIM.IPLES. The aa ever Do. do. Linen Doom Shirts, ALC Xc.
have no idea of placing the government in the insinuations that his friends, now that he is l last 'till, from which he never entirely recovered, 10 BOXESoC *ne dozen each of Newton, Gordon ALSO daily evpeeJul by Kf i? L icy, Brig Le Roy.
hands .f one who confesses his ignorance of People Florida will you put your rightsin on the ticket with Gen. 'I'ayloraiid is though be w as sometimes able to attend to Lis ordinary ii..Co's." Madeira. Wine f.,r sale! at a re- and Ba\ If. T. EariTeta.; full and extensive aor"l-
tho hands of Corwin and .Metcalfe, who a can. uced price, by went of NEW AND FASH1OXADLE GOOD.
political questions. There is a degree of military didate for national support would glady conceal business. Kind and affectionate in his family, HRCIET&L\DE BErGEn.Orlrb which \vill tcsold at prices cor responding with the
will rule Old Zack .
fame they are willing to take as a sub. to anti.Southern policy his anli'Slavery acts, false and slander/ a generous friend and a hospitable neighbor, Le was 2'. bl' : times. .

slitulc for civil qualifications. ? Will you arm the incendiary, Fillmore, OilS. They point to hit advocacy of frrc respected and beloved bal who knew him. To Country Merchants, Planters, : October 1 11,151 13 JAMES KIRKSEY. .

Moreover, there is danger in electing such with a dagger to strike your own breast !- principles as the brightest portion of his public OCJ-: Wilmington and Raleigh, N. C., papers please and Families. I

Will you not rather rally to the supported of career. 'These things were not in a cor. cur'! 'TTC hare now on hand a well seltt'tC stock ot : Cigars Cigars :

a man to the Presidency. Even if he should tho chivalrous and noble Cutler: and that truo ner.' The South, \\hosejcaious1y is attempt. tV Good, cons sting of Fancy Staple L>r\ VENICE. RFUALIAS. i.\ r-ton-

I prove harmless, by giving up judgment to ed to be aroused, are fully acquainted irilk hit AUCTION.I Goods, Hardware, Crockery, Hats Caps, &.C., &.c., )0 S 000_ isIAacdLORDRYRONCIGARS.just .
National American patriot, Lcwid Cass, who, which we offer at wholesale or retail at lower prices received Erino E1iz. and for tale bv.
the public course and notwithstanding the eflorts pet
s-; keeping of others, as his professed views ; tho 14th nextiil be before
Dl'eUber IOU than the same articles have ever before been sold inIlit
the O L. I" H. GREENBERG & CO-
in graphic language of General Quitman of the faction of face"
m. grel dough. Van Auction
would r.iy 1,11. market. October :".
: the
: require, y t fact of electing) to power 1.,15Fall !3 0-
at the enthusiastic Can and Caller meetingin IJiirenitcs all'] Abolitionists to prudue a contrary A Liktly .Yri'ro Woman and Child. purchasers will examine our goods, they will

t ; one who is purdy and solely a military chiefly Clinton, Louisiana, is II the leader (lithe t impression, HE is CORDIALLY AM UNAXIMOt "K. H. BERRY, Auctiaueer.NoTember1 be satisfied of their cheapness and good quality.- and Winter Goods. s
tain, would have an effect upon the destinies L\ :l'I'I'OUTJU IN THIT SECTION OK THE IStS. 10' ts \ e w&llas heretofore.ell on a credit. T> ECE1VED bv Briz Ann-Eliza a good sopplv of.
Spartan Band at the North, who are defending IRCIETT &; LINDENBERGER. IV FALL ANDTlNTErt DRY GOODS. Will ,
; this country which it would be most alarm. U IOX. No instance is on record where he October, 15Lost .
the Southern ?" Flou. continue to receife I>.* ( rther shipment?, a fall as- t
f. I leg to contemplate. Woulu it not point out Thermopylae, rights has been repudiated because of his acts in fa- BARRELS GOOD FLOL'R. just received, rind sortinent ctFancy

r e. to the aspiring and ambitious, that war will LET FLORIDA uo hER DUTY for freedom. O\J for gale byOfk N last Tuesday nilt, between, the residence ol and Staple Dry Goods, Ac.," .5
be the road in which & D. P. Hogue. Fa q, anti the Capitol. a largei'IL'AeruU' which w ill he sold cheap for cash at the old stand ;
they may, with surest ;Massachusetts in Convention The Jacksonville) Republican of the CGth Nuvembet "I h-I 10. ..... Th. hn.I... .il.; ro. hope, seek elevation] ? Will not this lead to a On the 13th day of September, the Whigs ult. contains a long art>cle in vindication, of ---- For Sale. >! to L- & H. GREENBF.RG & CO. -"

.. thirst for contests with Massachusetts assembled in Convention nRCHE&IXDE EFrGER. October 14, IS-J8. 13 {..
? Willit
foreign powers at Millard Fillmore's anti-Southern voles, whilein THE sufr.cribcr offer for sale his interest in the October 2", )

not gender a sprit which will keep us con. Worcester, and adoptod an address from which Congress and in endeavoring to extricate known as Ware and Tuckers plantation, Buggy and Harness for Sale. I,

stinUy embroiled in we make the following extracts lour mile from Ihe .Aucilla I'enon the Aueustme. Florida Exchange. GOOD BL"GGYND HARNESS( sale. F-n--! .
quarrels, disputes, and : him from tho position in which they unavoidably Road. about twenly-jix miles from Talatiaaee! and A I or .

wars ? Who can doubt it ? Open this as the SOIL II winGs PARTY.Till" : TRUE AND ORIGINAL TREE place him, that print falls into an error, thirteen mile South of Monticell" The lauJs are nPIIE undersigned has recently fitted up this estabX WARD.quire at the Book Store of Mrs. P. / HAY- :1\,

road to the Presidency;throw aside civil merit e call it harsher jtul to any in Middle lnlda. The tract contains lishtnent, sitU made all necessary arrangement- October ?, 1S4S. 12 a. .
to by no name, as regards the about 17UO acres, ot my call is. ll>jU acrts. lor the accommodation of his friends and (hue public a.Stoveg
and make this the "We venture to predict that if G,-n. Cal i is clecled. TUCKLR. .
and there ; -
qualification, will name of one Northern gentleman, now a dis. The DAR i is stored with the choicest Wines, ,.
slavery OVER NEW Monticello, November ISIS. ifeb'49.
If and Cigar
be no longer in our future MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA." qu' rs T the Tin ITan-Jactor/ Le
Democratic bad
any peace career. tinguished office.holder in this The OYSTER ROOM is alwajs wilh the :\ Kay a neat Store
Yet In ease of hi* (Gen. Ca*.') eltelion it trill It Notice.rDIHEundersicned supplied .t1 either for the parlor or bed room. They .,
it is the who can
Whigs, profeu such hor. : State, who is alleged to have voted with Fill best the market aflbrd., ever; in rea-livcss, and done ,
at// thai the whole tiai been ttilmitttd frequently be used 10 the
qumfion lo so as sate expense ol build.
widow of Silas S. in taste of the
stjle topleaethe epicure.
ror of war, that we are to thank for i the and have declared that bonthrtn We allude I. II. OVulree up every chimney. Also, Stores '
preparing people they more. to Ju'lge! HKOXSON, JL late ol Madison Comity deceased, hereby gives The BILLIARD ROOM has one of the best Tablet ing a Cooking of lh mott. .
the way to such a career. Taylor had any citizen With Ihrlr JiroperljsFlaI" not he excluded of East Florida. The Republican confoundshim notice tak.all whom it may concern that on the first in the Southern country, open at all hour!, nd pro- approved kinds. Those that have nsed them keret'
these territories. think them economical; and
from in December next, vided with the best of for the more much easier for the,
apply, by lights evening. .
attributes of a statesman, even some little Ol M1LLARD FILLMORE, the address with DAVID BRONSOX of Maine. Monday Ihe\il petition coo than a fire-place. They
.. saj* : JudgeI. to the Judge 01 Probate sid County, to hate Thankful 'for post favor,he respectfully solicits a are so arranged as to
knowledge and experience, some shadow of You all feel perftftly conscious that if elected, II. BRONSON was not in Congress at the her dower in t the lands and personal estate of her de. continuance of public patronage. bake bread and biscUit pel feetly well. .
it Ill; October 7, ISIS.
awl Ihe ruse iJiould require : H'OITLIJGll'E 12
husband allotted and set off to ISAAC N. DRAKE.
aa opinion of his own, the case would be dif-- IllS C.lSTL\'ii VlJ1'Blliw'lLn.T time stated by the Republican. Tho onlyone (eae according October 29.1SU I 15 ;<

fcrent. Then it bo bad. But TIlE EXTE.\'SIO.\ SL.tl' TERRITORY. of that in in lw. NANCY New Goods-Fall Trade. :'.
might not so to ." name Congress 1342, was OVERSTREF.Mliot Goods at Prices

give him the highest prize which can be offered This testimony from the bitterest opponentsof BRONSON from the State of Maine. Judge B. : County,November, IS4'. t tt CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE S. F. BURNET ., -

to served in the 23th and For New York. just returned from New York,and would ;in
a statesman, as a reward for mere Gen. Cass, as to his soundness on the Pro. Congress, served but HAS his and friends ; ,
military achievements is which term. We will not the : regular packet Rria Master, !subscribers* return (heir thanks to the public patrons generally thai he ;
a step cannot one accuse Republican L'Jey.loJmcr
viso, speaks for itself. Who will discredit it ? THE sail above. THE their I is hourly expecting per Brigs Wakulla and Lucy, a_
a freight or passage, liberal patronage, and beg leave to in.
but lead to dangerous and calamitous conse- Who, too, will not believe the testimony givenof of purposely making this charge, but that apply to JOBUIIA I. form the citizens of Talhlia>ee and surrounding Large anti complete assortment ot 1

fences....consequences which, of all others, Fillmore ? Those what sheet, with tho journals before it, should bo a NewportNo\ember 4, ". country that they still remain at the same old stand I Fancy and Staple Goods .,' .
*fa Whigs poke they corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets, with a very RonnrN, Ready made Clul hiD;, Wen'. and Boys'_ .
Whigs pretend most lo deprecate. It i< knew, from an intimate Acquaintance with him, little moro careful in future. For New York. large stock of Fancy Staple and Domestic Goods, Caps. list of John N. G niq'4 superior qualities.B .

lobe' hoped we will he saved from thin event, and their evidence is suppoited by the uholo T HK regular packet. Hri/ WarcalUr, Jos elyn, iea/y-ina Clothing t>hoe, Boot,, Halt Caps, il! and Shoes, llardwareSingle and Dotibla Bar -
Groeerie relied Wood and Willow -
\"c. GnusCrockery.Gladstone.
Relict of Bnibiiiisui. sail For t"
ttwl that the people will, at the ballot-box, past history of that man.Taylor. I passage l."rt, apply wil a ) or "monollr stock i is to he found a variety of low- Ware with a coorf, ortmenl of Groceries. I

**a upon tbeiftttrrrqit made to decoy them The last English steamer brings accounts JOHN price Calico,which we ofitr for aale lower than e\t-r lIe tenders thank, re/y-especially to the L->die*,' j'..

of the trial and conviction of SMITH O' arEx, Newport Novrrtber 4. liIS. \IAr before. and regular! customers generally, lor their libeial. .
rota their principles, "by the glare and glory Gcn. at Home. ) Also, a large asrortment of winter drew good, patronage, arsi beg* again the notice ot all to bit '

Ifa military chieftain." The Rochester (X. Y.) Democrat, a Tay. the Irish Patriot. The sentence of the Court Cotton Bagging, &c. such as Cashmere M" de Liine Crape de Laine. Fall toclc. t',.
will cause a thrill of horror lo run through the Kersey& Cashmere de Coarse, &.C., which we oflc-r for sale III Liberal advances on Cotton consigned to tis cara ,.
lor paper, gives the following as an extract, > by LriR. Wat'al, few York cost. I for kLipment. S r.

For the exclusive benefit of thosn Whigs from a ]letter of P. A. Witxrc, Ebq., a near entire length and breadth of the lauj. It isas J.V
I *h think it fortunate for Gen. BITLKK that neighbor of Gen. TAYLOR and formerly) May. follows : A lot of Kerseys, Nankeen. i.c.a little damaged and Black will and be sold colored as above Alpaca.Silksand mentioned. Shawl Education.THE .

"WT \Val not in command oflontelrlla.. of Baton Rogue, to his brother in Rochester /'" That spntenre it, that you, William Smith 0'- -) For sale JOHN bvNNwporf Thread Lace, Ijlginsfol different II)tel, black Silk, exercises of LEON MALE AM) FEMALt, f
or nri'n, be taken from hence to the place from whence DENIIAM.
( teLl of TATLOE we make the following ex.Iraet :- }ou cam and be (hence drawn on a l.urdle to the Novem!>er -', ISIS.I Jli Lace Jncnriett, Trimmin,Swi"s,.Till Gymp lion nook.Camlric.ar.iinros-&c., i-c. OctoUr. .Ru.D El\J WILLIAM Y tot J! be resumed NEIL .n4.1 wi 1n.nada ELIZA,.2tJ .r ,. -

frcoj place execution, and he (here banned by I the neck bar .lins Jaconet, Swiss, and Linen Bobbin t.,
SCOTT' farewell address the doubt Mu ; .%. NEIL with
lo are I nee that some of your rolilicianl or pre ; ATTENTION Principal together competent as. .
that !
be dead head he
until you ; aft.nd. our re- Trimminj Table Damask, and Damask TableCloths
t mJ in lend to doubt General Talors orthodoxy. Theneed ; ; Iitants.rrml a* \ual. ;_
Mexico, taken' from the New Orleans vf'n''frol your hid), jour txxlj be divided intofourquaiter" Napkins, &
Two lL.te ladies
not entertain fears ol that. I lliee him al or TOUIJC whbins to become
any pa-
1 ,
Picayune : to be disposed of u her Majesty itaiIpleas. Irish Linen,and Linen HantlVerchief ditTorenl
of the Cth of last March : moat day and h"t'1Irf"flM| hit opinions as tree pits in the- Female Academy can be H't'f.nmodattr t
God"have on soul l The
and May mercy your ( Gloved and
qualities, hosiery Kprendid Dew style
decide. U l loPrlOSed family
(taking th he Iy a* any true Whig could decidedly followed the ccdcliiainn, ot the.Pritsc.tpvt4 tj
official leave of <' troops of lave Some most profound sensation I of children' woollen Coats and Caps.A Scprfmber16s.a.Q.! .. i, j
hi the acquisition territory. .G.t" -
** l long had the honor personally to corn.Ind.m to this sentence, and continued to manifest lUelf to large stock of Bonnets and Ribbons, which wewilt
with the freedom
here not pleased
ol the Whig an
several minutes afterward) / sell under New York cost. -
an arduous small part with which he eiprewed his views on all subject L G. A. McIntyre :: 1
campaign ,
\ of which offer for .
this the bloody and barbarous Cutlery every description we .
:J"6j e glory) has been, from his position, re- and the LocofocM pronounce him in all their Probabljr ere ale very low for cash ana cash onlv. gmu t : o O tmv rII
o r it and much safer taken roonw'| Air*. J. LD and
to manor iniUy-s.
&* most decidedly opposed a HAS ,
vlppytobcrdieted %'ork, which we will dispose fI( on extremely low his
bp d general of n professional! serriceajo kecilueai(
{ the South. Rev. Dr. Ik-thane in hi ad. t.rm Purchaser will do welHo call and examineour ,
CAMThe *
*A*U iu:0- merit and DISTINCTION in the : of Leon and twrouriding country. 'aJi iteod.if
Ier1icc cf Ai And yet moro evidence : I drcsj before the Phi Beta Kappa S.ciely of Dartmouth stock before buying elsewhere. at their residence de iredv,, '. .
\ "SOUTH BIT ATIP: !-Citizens of Louisianaread. i t,chose fur bit theme, Patriotism aa Tallaha*e.Sept 23, 1344. JO I
U enough. It shows that the zeal of mark well and inwardly direst the statement of Cole exertiens," and in alluding (to A MEETING of the Company wi b held at the October 2'i. 1S48. 15 .
a tiTtata Whig his discretion. Mr. A. F. Kightor, a planter of this Slate, a neighbor a motive to Literaiy City Council Rootn, in the pito. on P tor- DR. C. H. BUNTI1IC.. ., ..
orator "
outstrip of Gen Taylor's, a (friend and acquaintance of the history of the Granite Slate, spoke of General day, the llth inst., at .4o'clock-P.. 1 paJua Lloyd & Flagg- I scRGKoir DExnsT-orrncT.in ''r- J'UJUJ.A, .

Dt' twenty ,earl standing and a thorough whit Caas I" the slrippling school-master who in obsiurity and full attendance is requested, as WOULD[ call. the attention of( their customers. and I .D ESPECTFIJLLY profHn bia'jrote.sts.aI leni-;
CLDIX, for the last ten year one Mr Rigbtor says :_That he knows Irom the left )hinative lull (or a western wilderness, portance to the interest Cma!! win be con. generally tp-their assort me nt of It c ill eiery Mpartmentol Dental Sergeiy t..

*th. 6m vhigt io the city of New York, hasPUtkr evidence of Gen. aylor'a. own lips, that he was op. but wbo.e name was now sounding from Maine to sidered. By frd.r :'I NEW GOODS. now arriving pet barqn H. T. Bartetl. citjzeu oCTaUahu aDd ..idahVr. 3.-w.1I heI
the extension of Slavery, and would tmhrs- L. A. THOMPSON, Cartain. tinc of HARDWARtU HATS
r to eon* GROCE- Tallabasfee on UM lit 0ct0Hr._ tvmaln ,
posed '
CAM and BCTWH. He ad. liltingly sign bill prohibiting it.--Ji. O. Chro. (the Rio Grande, I Ihfr.wsichwcca of" a vast &enthnsiaktic F. H..FLAOO, tat Sergeant., IES.. DRY GOOD, BOOTS.SHOES, &c &c. I month. eM S .

''I 3ed&werjlargc audience Philadelphia Here are men, near nelgbbon and intimate I ) ,.. November 4, lS4.- id I I OctoberaS,.184S. 13_ l- September 23, IS4S. 10



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; tLIfflJL.L... Salea. Leon .Circuit* crt? NOtice to Settlers"UNDER
:-Lt-- -= Hamilton Connti Tax
e Remot1- For New York. 1aFfrcIura;Ce law I S IN CL1ANcE4Creltoi' & ARMED OCCUPATION ACTJ I
fly virtue of the, power tMUd in me by seUitstfSofJ.'atnie. ; UDdvrsincd. Agent of the United
: Bill for J flL Stii
4 I r lSIn ibjeriHeri; have removcnl to the *toref r Bft1:1that1usiirnee Company I) shall expose for -sale. Wore the Court Houso and othtu, for lhem t.v ,-; am' r. ar-rj. tc will altend at the following ,*
I in. James I. firtiome .
I by Mr. J. U Fortune.anJ tvs -of' ( COtCTICU L'. door in the town of Jasper.ifcmiltrm Ceunty. I Ihed d below ?
H. w-rly cc"p IARTFOjW. ol A. M. Uatlia, CernJ'ic-s.7fs, cr on y* rpecifi to tate and I
f..I- other creditors re ,,
I.WM abjvc M--r Hpkinand >i-cmni Compttny still coitinoes her Aqepry al rids. on the keith Monday In April, 1S1'', te rtTurbuttK proof, by deposit i icOs helene him. in relation u *

H1RCICTI! & I.liFRCCTt.i TI11 The pr,mptncss and stability of lovvinelt property tn so much Iftnofas Cetton. rah A. Pr'ton.l.n 'eVse: Fvcutrix settliricnt ansi l cccupatitn cf all per.n.8 h0ii

; : 4tem'T IC'. 1IS mII REGULAR L1ND OF PACKETS between the Company for the b-t thirty >ears, is a utlicicntijuarantee will be s ifSrient to pay the State and (Ctuiif takes of A. M. Gatlin; and ethers, JJefen'iaect.. tamed ;permits urder the Act of CieiigfC.btIflCd

_I. New York and St Marks and Newport will of" her soundne She has stood the test due thereon fir the vea'r Io4, to wit : anor.krneaek by hi* Honoi Aim Act tu provide for the Armed Occopitiom

: State of Flrida. commence running at lbs vpirnnic cf tl.e tall trade, i.1| all the great fires in New Ycrk and other parts ol The S V, 4 of |he'S i II i of Ste ..J. the entire section WI1CH1LV-: '. J'idse, on the 1-1 December. Settle mcnt of tie unsettled pant of lire Penimd.ln a
i of the S U | ot .f
'* and continue throuhnut the entire sear Ml.Criz the United States and so arran .ei her business that 34the W J of Stc ,:\ the F North md 1-i-t. Is n, in the' above cntilled cau c,tl e und.-r- Floridi" approved Auifn 4th, 19t?, and who w,,,

\WARC.LL.J"elu, MasterS no one fire can cripple cr inlJe her, rot allow ,1117 ScC 2'iahl in Town.Thip 2. R'fel 12. I iMied appointed, amons other thing to take occupants uader I hat Act and the Act am Uio
to take a certain ammii;t of risk in also I ho N W 1 of Sec 2, and the N i ol Sec aiselthe was
t OCILLA, Trim, lo. her Agents over rl w.-at n their thereof, approved June I.Mh, IH] |ianj wbo acini
rth account
: LfCY, Hszncr, do any one block, and avoil.i'S all town built entirely N E I of StI.I. of Town-hip I I.Kansre the estate lU.J.N.>t L'tc- I clam an anil to nil ol'>rr crfiititr of s.nd A. M Oatlin occupied cr settled under said Acts,ar.d did not euntanly ]/

: SUU'AN.VEE. Clark do (flew) oi wood. and East, purporting to belong to e vvit'i 11.1. rct thereon ; and it was ( rJcrcd lirthcr refls-pmmcli] and abandon the same; bat ton

'I WVCISSA, Perry, tl.i (new) All l risks are ette-d! pronntly, prreeahlv te the tar W P.raden I'hat lh--Vii Master do cans an advertisement tinutd to reside! on said frontier South cf the lie*
declarations the policy. We are thankful for the Also the S E 4 of the SE 4 of Ser ll.T.mnshtp ,
The Hrns arc built in the mol l suiWautul manner in to I Ii- uiusIisms.d in the Flond.an,' a ncw-pa- dividing Tryrnships rnmhrr nine arid ten, Sooth
exprvs'-ly t tr lius traue. arJ are command by pat patronage and bos our friends to cell whenever lRane 13, North and East, puiportin to belong weekly in Tallahassee, and in such and East of the (base line penned ID said Act

careful and cp-ricnced Captains Freight and passage tiey vvi-h insurance, ate] we will l luke risks on as to the estate of flenjamin ('haires..1sn her publn'ud .ish* ihall think proper, (er IS !.?, thereby aiding to effect be objects of cf
at the lowest rates. Aeort-t. favorable terms as any Coznpaiv ot fi ijl-landing. the F n S E 1. the V. S W 4, antI S Fef pnslie nemaspapers M d
the eiil Alfred M Gatlm In come Acts. 'ir. :
..1R.. KRfmKin t. the V andthe W cit thee SE 4 ofSee the cniutilors
cot: AKihRSON i. CO, NewnansviSIe Alachua
and their dtbt. before the At County, on
on or
N V .) muriel the N F.I isthe' N W in before him, prove Thursday
> Ycrk. At the Tin Manutaetory. the W I .tf the >
10 Haer street
Pint L\M\TION RY THE GOVF.KVORIT ; : ew amid East first (1 iv if >shuy! neat ; and that such ol the creditor l.'thOclobei.lOd.vs.
lR.iieiel3N..tth ,
Tallahassee. Au'U'-t IP. I H 5 of S.5 n.; Township
JOHN !DENMV.M.Giir 4 1 !
in I heir detiti by the time At Lorjr Pond, Levy Cennfy, on Monday 53d
t)1: KN'OWN to all) the peopli of f ns tat- to beumz tmilt C men lian*. aelioshiall ni-mt cieme ar. Immure Qctc-
1 ) thit.in pnr.uanrf 11 tha Arts ut thtG. in-ral A, ORMO.VD. To Country Merchants.n purpurtinz A'* IM Vo 3of frattioiialsoitio-i 7.in Township! aforesaid, shall be exclwUel the benefit ci lImit decree her, lOdavs.

\*-finSlv, a..|irrJ Oth .li.virv, t.17, a-H 1th DeevmSrr. THE Tin Manulattorv has now, and is ronstiVly I t. Smtb if Rinzc I", Fjst, lajinc ito the Suwsismee ; aid that such persons, not parties t.> the bail. At Micanrpv, Alachoa County,on Thursday.JJJfo.
An5Ut 12 lS4. 4
lSlChipters; 71 am1 1 irr, :i oi.ction will 1. a,!>tn.3 to iN sick, a eompltlt anottmrnt i>f7n River, purporting to belouc to S. I II. Thomtson.AUo. : wile ehali cine in before the said Master to prove \ ttbber, 2 layj.

,,.. held at tie *Mera prerirot* withri the State, onPjislir nnilE: follow i.i \Inch we t\trad firm the Cam- f nil Jnrupt.un*. It las adlrd new nachmerv the S WI nfSec SlTwn.usp! | I R\nnel1, their ili-bM, ito, tefete they are admitted director, At the 7th el i.t! Novenb.r .-xt t. hnnsr I work djr.c better than ill.am J. contribute to the eorrplainants lhir pn j oition ot t'th Novtnbtr, 10 days.
tv n detn Journal, i< fruin the }Lv. E. L Frxtcr. of bv winch tb- i* ever 5nitb and Ea>t, parpcrting to belong to
the of this suit, to !be rtflrd bv the aid At St Lucia County, on Monday, 27tU Nosetmbp.
I'irec F.Lxt"rol President a'lJ Vice irci.kut cUbe Kcr haw Di ti.ct, S C. bcf -re in tlii-t I'ln; c Mill expenses
Iite1 i'.ermtLuoU, Kersha-v Dttriot S. C., > 1 hare is a Pidlei t'i. .>Uir.4. ill IV rear from Miriannajo V.'ILEY: LFE, Tix A .essor Mi-ter." And it was also oriK red, tint an account It) eLmt. t -

Given nJ"r try hsnl I anl the great eal ef the Hiv ft, l l-'l'' 5 5I the Si\\annei River ti supply tie clr. and Collector for Han>ilton Count, I-H. be ta\eiiof all seciltit its it roliVrrils held by (tht- At llonville, Orange Conntjr, on ThursJaj, ij.i

I. .Stitc. at ih- Capitol, in Tallahassee, lbi have nod in ny firmly Ir Hull's Fevu ansI chants, who can alvvavs itl) on our was n sjointl tebcr'JI 1 HIS. II creditors rt.hettibely. and a n-pt>rl be made of the Dicember. it) days.

1'lb d v of August, t-'IS. %SJe l'ill, and aUo" Dr. S(erccr's Ve. table IMU, (troughs I Ihe se.tirn aVte mintd, and Jc-liv.-rinc tlie tIne, and of the valu,. of eu.li." And it VMS aNo At (Vala, Marion County,'on Mon&v" lt January*

WM. I). M05SI.EY.IJy fur the la..t two bears, and ha\o no besituticin in j'ronmincin Tin Any oreK r- sent bv mail will be proitlv attended Notice.ALL ordered lint all parties maIN rxar.ined upon interrogatories jt) iiat. -
the G.rernrr : Gveernur cf t7rida. thcui toben.t excelltnt tamiimidicmes t", and delivered oi.cetot1.* M. rrhat.N and produce all book* and piper in At Chore chittic, Hcnton County, en t iedr, \\jfo

A. E. M \xwrLi., -a.id J* an art ol justice to the worthy proprietor We s'at that c'lr l.rAtet are alvvuvs the same, with creditors, le dtees, and persons entitled to their cmteidy or power, relating then to, upon oath January. M' day,.

Secretary of Stats. of these invaluible PilN, I will state, for the information out the l.-ait variation .f the estate of P.enj G.hereby Waring., bt-f-re the taid Matcr, as the said Matter sleahi elircrt At Tampa, Hill-oorougL County, on Moc3v,3rjtk
late of the County of Leon.ih! ceased, are re.quired dsv .
August 19. IS1>. 5 at.d ,ati-faction of all concin.cd, that any \Ve hiveon Innd the fallowing aiticlesas well as ." January, 10 ;
wiie, prior 10 nur mirria, nau ottii in re ori s ever thin' kepi in nor line : to pres. !nt and exhibit! their c aims to the unuiTs. Now, therefore, all! person claiming to be creditors At Key Vcst. Monroe County.on Monday,] U5 fef *

Fire and Marine Insurance the subject of Chill and Fircrs t t'r about ti l.tecn }'erlsae-s, such a-i every firmij reeds ; C.v.Vinj .; nta witinn fitS art irom uir uaic ui mis notice of acid A. M. Gatlin are hcrtbv, in pursuance olinl rusty, lf days.

in )iilh<. having tried vincm iern-nl e-4 without uccco' Stoves of the most approved kind in n-.e A.r Ti htS'oves otherwise thev will be birred at Ihe expiration ord.r pot li.-il to produce their claims, and the At lisle Count; on Wcdnes
BY THE *, and was TV much reduced in iIsh. A few for Chambers, Parlors or Ollices ; CoteeRjasteK of aid prrio 1. All ptrsons dtbtcd, arc rerj-urcd vouchers ii irIr>;.'>rf tin ret'f, and all collateral' and All cases presented will be examined and reported

Protection Insurance Ice Cream Free- to make iiuaediatc pavrientH thfrrf.ir hi fore at oPk'f ira Tallahassee on, and interested! are juesled to bavt
. Company dais after our marua e she comincuctd with Sf>*nctr's IVmbJe! Rod Iron Pumps; ?cunlies me. my persons their
15_ WARE, Fxecutor. limited ,aid or.ler, and -rm.ts, deposit ion,, and w itresses and
Pill, audio a Of W r w Jersey October7I5It. 12 2m with the of them same pared to their cases folly in
I'tlli ; she used about half a boof each ; the result June t. I-IS. 40Havana otherwise cornolv! provisions prove conformity with
AT SOMHRV1LLE. wasa RAroc'nce'Rt. She n-z lined her health that tIny tr.av \tie- admitted ;parties to the ;aul mt. the printed instructions for warded each claimant

CAPITAL $2< ,OX)-Chartered February, *IM. an-h 1 strength very rapd, and lu, had no tttitin t>f Syrups fie Sart A Situation Wanted, Dated this third ilav of D.-eembf r, A. D. IS 17. HUGH( ARniER,
And Prittrrrs tit ci. / tu ctss.e. *
Chills aibl Fees *i itr. I bt-liete these tut du-ines : a jounsi man 12" years ol age, with a small SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. Agent United Stales Treasury.

ThisCompinj insures on MerlAJv.Furniture, to be harmless an J safe and w hen mid as .specficil/y D POZEN Orange, Ras| U.rrjaudOrauge! Flower BY fim.U, asarleacher n the English; Unguaceonlv December. IN 17 2/> if September 30, IS-is. IIr

tl'uiltl&ngs.l3etuInCry, Foe tones aud directed, are attoi.J J with sati factt>r* re ,
prope-rtv the Middle! Circuit of
geu- -1 eh j/. Ilivani Preserves, in Jars, In thr (Cirruit fonrt of
Herald mil the
Co. above
v :_ 1 Ilatidioine Grass hummock.: Apply to Ga Florida, in and for the County) of Leon.

DIRECTORS Tlie fdloxvin* te-ti-r.ony from an influential Planter J. U IDIUrXFi, ()ct.btr! 7, fsf*. 11 June 1 t lsl.1 4.? At the Tn Mt'infiALACIIU .
Wlliam Thomp* n, Klward Pav< in. N York.IVter in tYasbisZton, County, we I-.L iroin the MiconCi -jwdd Greenher Charlis Gre -n- (Limited to XZ 1'tpil..)
J.. Slrjker Matthew Rnddale, Tilerat'h ATHO US Er Notice in yearn dividtd into tiio terms of Iweatj.
bi-rir Ilei.rv Grti-tibtr ilpKnne. surp-sit Tl
0 % County ft \* n. ind.b'id to the estate of Jcnnrll four weeks each and l.vj vacations
Vahsirztoa Jjnuiry > ptrson ,
li'nesTiivlor, J. S. Mcintyre, BrtMiklyn.Djvid i''riJa. ALL and dmages if ino
.>, trnans-i/Ie, ty merchants copartner
!! Lena C. untv tWeast!
lute of
Dr. Ca'nu F Hull-Dear ir-Itlas -e.i; awut are weeks each Pupils in t\ enter at time but
Sanderson F. Power any
aI t. -u4cnih.s5-r! l.aviu? pun !ias-d tie }home an.) uetifi.-d iaa' immediate and in lrad. u-in/1 the name, stv le and $1uit( ) inno
thru .mre I commenced usisug our /Vefrljut me/ hereby to .e pavmrr.t ; case for a shorter period tim-sr. aim month lies.
Wjlllam J. Lown years
_L firmeilv 1 owned! aid ociii >icd 1 bv JW. Grin of L A. II. Grecubug i.Co., Aitadment
prtiai.es dim.nd-will! I
WM. THOMPSON Prenknt.J. and .Ihtt-Fertr Fills, on 1.1* pltntatiuii. I all thtwe hiving ircsnt oranum.S'J, ''I", SIS.ptr -nrtcr, (in advance)..
Neuiiiu ville E.; F fn l iti 2.
Pearson, Fat: ;it t is now vs. >
II. VVJORHEES, Sccntury.r"llin Lave had a lar:e number! of cases oh I J. h ilU and IV- leri4Tied f sttt'jrneiit wilhm the time jre.citied ae.nC 5. .. I IrphIr.dthiiant Lxlras-none.
dat liuardt and Ti.i\tiler I
ser, sad some few cf hiiatisFvera'shin flu intauce -- readv. to. aicoii.m > r an>! by law er they wul U barred The clws s, in this I.-.. _. I.,. i ;_ oil-i to unekLIlls: i'iii.s i.ef S t r-tcirrn and all other! persons interested
Agents are authorised to tate to the 11 eit1s-rjrr.' of lever have I fai'eJ! to -r\ct! J- pupils may pur. le. at tLe-im! option, either an English
cu- italle as )pos tbk He I 4-1 jp'ol I vtabit.! and a and Administrator will take notice of the! in I a cure when direction* were fll.Mc'' ...rdv were Sheriff ex cficio. or i Classical Courts of Studies to
loner of this r that they rcr.iuize any extent re-
.tnpan\ fitat t rate ctkr.slwas in :itlc'idarce by att'ichrr.er, and that H. -y are requires! to ap'/esr
tawtn at tl.e commencement of the I ha.e Octtdscr7.l'l'1 1 12 .
!V Court of the dillerrnt"States u-f the Union ti-'a i- ynrttl.T
GKMKIU: M. GALPIN.NVnnvisriHe. and plead to the ltclar.itnn tike in this cause according -
had cre\ter success in u.iug I 1U-s!{ thai uith T School is,at a'.l times (to
( .\herethcv 11Ate ajri.its,) .n ca eof diETrrncaiid jour M-.y 13. I hSt'c. 41 to lav. open public inspection
fmt their .'tent are instructed to confirm to the any other mdu me I h iveevtr tied in rav Iji-jil. Boarding1.A j \JIPJ? T. AtICIIV.R, ; noel challenges a comparison with any Semi

,i4we flu other pon.ble Companies in the cttle- there is no doubt that when i.>cd aect rdir.zto eirec-! Groceries, &c..11i FEW D\Y' IIOARDF.US could be well provided .ttu-rne\ f.m FlaintiCs. oay, it any grade or eoipLion! ; South or North.

9ent ni low. lion will ctkct a 'pertly an I icltcul cue ACfl Llls iMi'Nii.\.i5! SIDES, and for, at a convenunt distance for business, Juily2Pl6lS.I 2 tIn H. .ALLA .

The W.i-ii' ier! have been ap[>onJeJ Azenl* bj Yours, w4lh rpp"f.. IJjjIJ MIOULLr.KS.: bv Mrs P. A. IKYUAKD. Tallahassee, Scprerr.btr 23. I5l. 10 6t

tic aIorc Compan tor TMV and its \irinit\. EMNt EL rtROWN.tJ 1 Ht) Ihs bef Ltaf herd, October 7. l-l'. 12Cornmittd STEAMER GLASGOW
LEWIS \.MIX" The above valuable n
.Ang-i t 12,1'4I. ,4 Cm are f..r -.alc by LEVI>s i. AMKr, i. > l/>.<_ !. !.uie Flout, to Jail. the suScnber4 plantation.on Microsinokie

July I 1'la.| .'.j Talbhisne FU hi ..:*rks C:.. ('c 1'.... L Like, a1somt the KHh of Au 'ist last, a small
MEDICAL NOTICE. r0s > j dIn choice Li j tnr-s and Wire, A Nmlo!: ; inn nainttl DICK, ageil a'>out don cohered mare MULK. Ore of her shoulders

WILSON"ail: VN WICK, (late Prif4cr Dr. Cpencer'3 Vegetable Pilla r.Jb'ils- dubl.- reetih.cI Whi.key, JTl :t '. .s, let irehe; tih, stint. ariul eeJ.M1S was ore when he ran oIl; when scared, she throws

DU1 Surjerv in the fri'iUii M.-uirCollisj; ol AND 10 dt-ren bitt P .rt Uine, 1 uill. l built ; M\R'\RF.T; his wife, a4 'd a- 'IUC1i:! M..srrzt.riii the points of lit-r cams vt ry cl. "c tcgelher Any per.

i'nilaielphi] .) hive f rtned a rci-pirtnci hip f .r the 'ronic and Kestorruivp Biltrrs.Fjr $ I.) Mi tI.! ira Wine, "', it i i : -..r", a.n: CHARLEs h I thf ir-onaed; :: .;ilcrsj:nid avail, himslf c' thj mctlt o' on returning h"r. or pvins information where sha
the cf the Rlwil ad 4 St.ry a'n ucin, vv- re piUcd np; ut si i, in a car.ot, a mar be !lad) will be na-Kina'dv rewarded.
rtice f MEDlCINr. SURGERY d f,the Prrificalun Je.czorinxi lh.it
a : tl.L the Steamer
pr bv M. Hid rniin public iie-\
ChietSoip f. w rili Jr< ::i M :M i irks tight, on I the I2ti nil AJ-Jr'-s GEORGE K.
INSTRUCTION' th .Svri fr in all .Mn'nd Stertttrjn trGlanls 5 DENNIS
OL\SiO\\; flo.V |j-' n> rnug:: l.-m regrut ir trips i emI
b. \
Mirks \s\j
l'il.ts. Said
from adiMa-ire bi -IlacecnmoJitvl Skin and Ijtcr, .Wttrfa I Httuom, and Candle. Star-h, Chee, Pickles, OFres, the St. negroes say they \ : .. C, September 23,1S11'l ') 4t tcc.qrki.
ciu ? \\< PJt I I.e Sow;ir>r-K> I i\ir bttw -n Inin' u si.d CVdirK
Mr! LI .vl 1 Hill rf Marion 1 l.ridi
to : -
a ; Cou.itv
anl on rea im.ble tertn either at tht l4ut..lcr l ia.szIe.i 'tite t:J t\* t\lim, ir. OliveOJ, Cat -nv,! b".uf .1 the bvst na-
1 I ('clar K. w'.ilher'. the. Li st f Letters
> tr vJ
ist v*,
were ri
a : >
i'nvate I5 irJiiij llii-.s ,.f'he) citi, anJ can rert-i\e rpllF: T! Pills a:.d llitu-i Lace iseca IciJuy Rim- ( and ClatL Teioc-, Xt at (the new cntctrsftr. (leri.iUr.t ul 1 lltd !icy to cteZui.e', and cambJe! i.t

from the Sjb crib.rs cjcb! M.-dicat and Surgical atttnlion _I r .j in po{>ularitv a'iir>flC ail 1 c.s.svs.are. rsr.t t ni.s l'mcntl.ie, or .ti! ;> I dtol! p EMINING: in the Pot Office at Tallahassee.r .
their acot.<{ those ol .u'itnl: t XJH
a< cisc fci
may reipure S. .hu.i.at, an..->..navTie *. Cot Ul, with 1 1 xi.tabli. jcc-:ntictitu is I.e rvss| -
A liiiitedftiraberol OITICE Sft'DEN'TS wilt! character, but can be relied UCn, as cunjn 3tt.t nf Pure Sulphate of Quinine. .ttCir, of lul.l draft, re.tiirine but .c-t.-eni i;.il.- Ashehy, ('ap lIar?, Oscar
i-s forwardrrovtproperv
tie eJ. ill 'lic J with I OO'K. PUtenitonical. un-lcd t1ul correct thti ptut.c jeiIri-le-s, ant! o ; ;t r repje-tMl ti c'ne \ ,>stror r, R'chardAusten I lntsby I Mi** Elizabeth
recui w ax* )? sUi > <. | ; r1aj ilE s'u'.xr/M rs htvi t.n liaise! two In:, >av a
.\ ailotlicr {'reparations-will he re. ularlv ctmSdeJ in a- sate, ;'lea-aflt, and cT.! itiit 1! drmivv'urtvera : J. cxpei3i.s vijJ the Iii Ue.hmri. Joseph Harrison, RG
fill) ounces '>f Suit hite of I eviiriineJ in tli2 of their stt'dn Tvttie -r.i/fiu/if is iicettl! and \>lure Ah, Chirks WAvery.Horj 2 Irwin, John M
pro res* aojrdiiz leave blamed direct (ten the naiiuijcturtrs, aid \ <*. D M. f fr Mid! .lie DM-ict ef Fa. l bus .ini: Cedar Kt\s.lenipp Colut-.turneD 1 U1.S-
to the DioJe >ur ucd in the lirz* N< rthtrn a urp-ativctir -in.] le Cathaitic aloe is utedel t, the C M Jonei.AlfouldJerkins !
J > M. end Cedar
t'eloek! A. K&'S
thev! will warra.it; il to bf a sup nor article Tallahasn-e, S, >tiiur ii I 151't 7 D \ rr.< run-) at 7 ,
stai.tl unrirallrd.TS. Ahre. Lurcian Xachanah
Pilh alone
cities-will bj ti'Jiht to compound s.id t5. .penui cient r.lrrr.; ,
and be instructed iC w.ll < lively cure, arid Air in thrujar.Js Burton, Jii-s-ph TRurnctf 3 Jof-n-on, Joseih B
cine4, will in the minor y po
< -, by re. nt arnv-iU, and areprrpatd ti> e'.s-cnte- age |i.e e\ter..lod, or fie nltustsof shcipcrs| re.uuce i
duties of the of casts, ls1'ePs'a. Jmrtre, !: Liver: Conipla.ut! *, U. 0. MAIL LIKE Samuel W Johnson, Anrustus
diy Surgeon-Ulccdiujj, Cup- ( ;
ttfry the ,
order lot ail iclt H its our line, at wholtaalrf cr retail her to pirftiri:i txxo trij.t ptruick, (proprulcta
lbin.t. Binugin! &c. & Fr'ii.tu, of l the Skin, S.lov! ( < rylexio'i; G;.itral Crown, James P King, Smith I D 4
and! tl I.e
on the runt iccoiu ioditin l it n;H. w ill rhr nmulh a'l/i.cscc; in, muaee ( ntct" archa \
l'-rlii f>* tin Private Oliceiii Ancr.can citvil Dcbili'y, Lo>s any \if c hevv; aUoa lew .CC.si1'5 jit due to us f.>r th' >ieora>JJ ai.othtr new boat to tic line, of like
;. \ afford a creator variety of new ai.d ajipruTcJlrenlio *_wC &.r. As an cxctl-tit! tTalirutur cf iii'rmiy ;; ... Henry HBe Letter, Miss Frances
car I Iil7. They are geres rally in snodi ar'ix'ini*, cn;> i'itto the nice i.o\v ernplo\ soon js raCtica'ie -
or prtseat inure practical facilititj fur I.TollS (aPt/.51eCI &hse. 1si1 smh Rttvr.ars ui.e.iuajltd. hut if the whole retold be |iid; thort.v it v.M go this boat will e\ttrd icr trips up the Su- it, William 3 Leach Miss Martha

I lents Tie indications re jUrr.j.cers| Pill a'id Cit- towards 1 Ii which r? -. ;- --- tl.e and also the Bailey, Gen William Larcader. Robert Vf
far Lt.ngctitaia M.rn-* wen-.ve ,, .., annie rIver to ( t'j-'ter SI>TIII, up
and when thee ,.tst.uiI .._.__ .. Lavender Mr
In comtmn wit'a this department, it iy be proper tsrs, be t..et ss iths ut ileia as LEWIS A- .MF.S. -- Vit ti.meosehieri vtr. Rsr-s-r! William ,

(1 to tit ttt ai uon as poxible, an InCmarv pnc'nttrc of t\f ft-rmittci tf aeuitif"i".,"au April 20, is is. 41.1Ei From Tallahassee to Macon Tf.e umer iined would fur'hfr cite; that 1 he and (.r.om. Alexander Mills, Mrs Elvira M

fwthe reception ni f both M licjil and Sirgical; Patients when the ion 'oe is furred! when the is,joe is )% tillS_ M. S 1.1' TttTQiti.h in fvrl'i-tiro fvnr* from Titllahanet' to t.Ihen, roprirturi et this boat, hate ataiUdll.fi >- Carter, J hnCompton Miller, Washington

will ha o,>fieJ, \\hcn ctudenU will have the highly colored ; when there is pain in the vloriarh .tario, of disease and bovvt-N when there are nervous irritations Notary Public Mrs CMC Marshall, WeiM
opportunity pratticnUy studying in tnnr to tune the .Mint houts on improie the mwsitiori ai to nai TalUhiSiue, July! 20th.' I ISJ. \\hcntherearepins in the bat.k; ard heal I ; when T-IL1I.1S..b., FLORIDJ.Atril .VtT/'i /.e/v.t'rl'i dii'f. and fr tther pnrpo es therein mmtionec!, !ivice.K.-v Wrall .acham. Banks

T. J. %WILSON' M D the skin .' Lot, dry, or yt-lliv ; when i.ie aj'tdite iri It5. ::11 :PHE Stage will leave lalUht -''e criveteis.4.ti'M M nnactedat the las -<--t.i m of thee Lelilure cf the Cupp, J 'mCole. Mallard Miss Hester
C. C. VAN \VYCK. M D. is pJ'/r ; when there ar<> cold chills ; \ Lea the JL Fri I f.' ,,. hue AH Moon, Wm 2
3 ring and Summer Goods.iirrroN a-i 1 s. et ;J tVI J., .\.M._ t.i'e of r imriela l ll>;it they recenllv i.rz-r.ized I It
July 21 1 ftai. droan are bad.er .Urtni4!, in tit tp. and arrive 11 .\tacon, (r.o '< '.cv iiai.i*>. ueIs-, r\ew- t tIe'ir!: Cf>n>j>jnv ( i.rtim.: to tx! |trot ii'.c i' 1:(said at t, I r-iz: .v i-sJii' 4'OJeiii, .t I-

If talczt on the cccuneitce if t any cr all rf tl. >oindicatioiis !tn, Albany Aiiieritu*. a'id 1'v.rr,) on Tue d&) un>Ur I'.e' n in. a:
Notice. cf ftjipr. ath.i. ds.ase laUwlt jainsid eVu iiicnsnr 1 Ih'ir-divs, antI S't-ir.\: -, .t I l''> n'cl ck, I I'. M., in Ir .provir.cnt and Steam ram iaIien! Cmmpany..rt Con!Ii v, Thomas Dr Thomas

SIX nonths after uif te, I shall apply tu tl P Hen. siekysesi i Iii4be preys i.ttJ k nw net lying a 11' aid t'ieril assrh.it time lor1!L cats f -r
<;e nf Pro'tate tur the i'ui.ty ot JiHi.r M1II ll:R GOD US, .l.r-s: iv s, \tlufsir. ii '. : lridi\s.t at I od.t-he.! AM t v r:i :i on.* ntic will be given, t(er | urr'' a_i g i, Junes NjlVUitt.Jt.'mF PersonJo epb II

("T letters of dismissioa as .'tJuiuitrstir if P.tul d.Thhbe .. sale by EWIS &. AMES. to which ihi v i-.vito the atttntioii ot the \-unite : ., all! n t MI .TIII I h.sll! >))5.i -. -.- SI irs -sivTh,:r- euitn and! of h'-r pr il-ets! i-f the cmintr i r make : Price, Mist Martha J
uLccasd. July 1 I S I. CO; 'iV.lahasFla.: March ..-. Is--,. ;.., JDotha-d.J.;: :esI Rollins, John H 3
d.s; s, and! Sil'udiv *. o.t l'' ocl->t 1.. P.i\I1'his tine liberal ia.>'i ahai.ci-?. upon all property iehii.-esJ! [ ,
RICHXRD HARRISON.J ,. 'Ii i IIH t- -A i ih tit- 1 'itr.d I C! nl l->jl. Sit ;.nnah, Au vxhen rej'iired A-- >' ;ia< prae -cable a line cfn I Prirc'r-*. Jrin! R >Ihr'. Juliet A

-.Ters n (' ,untv. Septca.bcr tt. 1SH. 8 CmAtturCuiicut. Drugs, Medicines, &.c.II Just Received, trusts, Mil'' dj..% ille and Wtsttrn iLnl R >ad te. (..e. faMepuckrN! will be -iMi-httl! by the f. rrpan) rWit.nJi, Dr Lewis RaIl. Eli

A T LEWIS J* AMIV Diuz tire, a fresh supply itiib'i,
EIW\r.D 15AR.NARD, JR, .tl. New aisU Valua'iia Mdecir.as-auii.ng wi.nIsart. front Query to Chattaht-ocliie, aisi 1 thence to Apa- leas; for the come} ii.re ( f tr .u.t a: d fa s..ge-rs, Edward-, Major John D Mr or Widow

In Juttice't Court foi ZJ District, Lion Couity. received, by the late arrival, a I he I h I .i &iiDii. 4t liicola. P..wen;i-r* ran sfioin TalUIiassre to ihereH ecnrnz t-> tfi'\ r.aruns' a "ife ii. epcriiii'Ais i Edwards, Mrs L- uisa MFtlvvrrd Leach

John S. Bond ) 5rrj'tT Ircs'i! cd>liii! >:i to Im stock ol CENUlN'i bPLNCLR'sX I GET \55LE; PiLLS AND KCSTOIIIVF. I'oltnu'.tu! iMthut divs. an.I lent our ieigtel will l>ep ( mode ol I lran>portatu n oi their prr>| crty to i -*. R .bi! -rt River. LF

t*. > Atnount of eUlt i3O.? 'e;: : 1)KUJS AND MHUiriM: all oh( : : iiriEK: <; *-:it rn tlrtoad bitwt OM Talah-s! and Mjccn.T ritic; narktt n* well as ritrrn cargo to IN ptace cf iliotr: KerJehn B Scott Lic-uf W WStaLrook

J.'m \V. Florev. ) _4' whirh are of good qujlitv, lair for CuJiAI.O. Designed for, ami will turf. DvsiKp.u, liver C mlanit he puMic! may ro>t as.tiri-d hit ever attention ill ehs'ir.ahin.! i The ra'e rf ?rncrnrttis'i! wi'l irs no F.ur: <>3. V.'hitFrederick. Cap Joseph
banJ the follow ;> Piles, Scrofula, J..use1ee-and; all!) kindred hi. e.f lluse who iiistauce \ctttl tho FETIIK: defe: lint atil all others inere: ,ttd arc 4i.i a general as irtr<.ent ot paid tu the contort m.iy patronize
ett-ss.-ot resultins fruia a d>. r iinure feet like rurir.-s, tot rmttr-al redoc(lens ot ccn Florev, John WForres'er. .r.1*
M. hcrclij notified of the cornr ,:i.t by attachment, returnable- a Ju-tiCe's Court Houck'ri Pantcea, Ro/.anTs Im:>roved Tome Mi\: { tate.of ti-s-st.! | F\RE: rate n CflettTnri'teI! a* an early! peried. f soc-n ts' Alexander Slater, D T

tube held at Talliha see on the I Ith day of December tore, \Virtar' ILlsamf Wild Cherrv Prandrtlh'n DIl IH'LI.N WORM I.OZENOFS FronTa'liias to Qumc ,- 3 :Vt;l ; to CainLriJ, I Ice --ist-if ini, ne>shall warrant such itu-iet in. Forbe', Wesley Shears, Jo hpary

next, 3'nl to appear and pload to the same. 1'illt, Slurrnin's CiltSra'td Cathailic, Camphir, Tie ieah 4t, CK t t.-ctnjl, a>id pleasart preparation S ; tu Al -v-tiarsltMic'.nEe2.I Tiefici'ilii! '. i STtred to j tarries of pki-.aro and otl.trs Fishtr, GeorgeGibs. Sweat, Wm fTurbeville

Oivcr. und<*r niluud and cal, tins -tlhdaj e.f Sep. W< ret. Con-ill, and Dmrer Lo.r2', fk.t i ...teh'. t.efere the puMir', frr tie tiod'cation ef Woans, 11 \\VRKIIT; \UYEI:, Pmrrietrrs.Itv to % i-"it tlif Ktat all sei't ri rf tic xinr. cn' il I j ; H. Wm 2 Wilson D

1ixerA.D.lS'": (VSelirateJ Ftverand Agus. Keinu'v.Lijcr rna ('nlial, Children or Aclu'ts JOHN M VRActnt.. the inoNt hfatr! and desirable retreats fr ir.aitzis-! j Gorilin, Mis Eliza Ann Yarn, T

EDWARD M WE>T. [L. s.] homp-oriV Eje Water, Mi-Muitia' EIiir if Opnrn, Hl'LL'S! COl'GH LOZEVGK':?. OcJOl."i< e at the 1'iaulii; 's II.itel, 'I alhhlssre-. and others in the Mate, and tl).eLeawtiful and romantic Graham, Rev A Willis, JameWilleams .

Justice ol the Peace. Steels S r Ji>anlla, T'lrner* Fever and A nc Pil'' Will PRPVCS.T onHuiiipiion, and crnK 41 case ofCt i!. i\ILEY: \ rent at M.|. N \ IIINS, irs hIlinry. -set-nt-F) of thi iswan. ee'\ill, it Hnnpcid.ofer i I Gibson, J Miss Jane

O. 1S49. S 3nA TvltrV ditto, Gordoi.-. Uillii.u aol Arti-f>v<;j. .ptir ids, Astl.i-ka.S;.ittin. t.l Clood Pains in the Side, July 17, Is 17. .YJDR. iii.lii-etrint- mny toa\ail tl crr-thcs tf >o .luj- Gutfon! Moes J Willeam*. Wm T
&rtevruter Pills, RcckwitnV Anti-Dv-peptiC Pills, I'. hers' awl St.ortness t>f Lreath! and ail other Pulmonary Coinplan. ant an e\cnrion. lolderness, Mi-rf Sarah wood C C

Notice. Spei.cir's Pills, and iAme-s. James 2 Wimbelev, W R

S the of celebrated Sarsapanllj, in juart bottles, it ;"il l ; ir -.5 T.-sO- ie<,iii-.itt arranji inei.N fur the! corvi-runce aril sr- I touch, Frederick Walker, Mealer
LL persons liav inj claims against iVceaed estate bottle Alj, superior I..cms't Svrup, prepartd Irons D.1?. HULI/S rrvFi ANDGFE PILL, LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. cni'-.riod-tan of the public, thesol.cit! its ratrcn- hurst Elijah K Yeomans. Absrtlom

Charles Lai rig, late of Uentoa County, pure Ctlne or I iintn Acid, tar f rtfn;iMe fur the \Vfll kiit.wn as a ***{' Ci rtam, avis! I Kil.;: rt-ul CureforFeverand a c. %* IVrst-m calling for any of the above leltert

are re.1ueste4| to present them, duly authenticated, sick or ordinary ue titan that usually sold, London Aitut Chills an J Fever, Ir.trrniittent I 31.Kso.N: > '..1t t -tile cu.titnInnaed those of seirv 1'or further pTtici'lar spplj to 5fr! D. P. wilt please sat. they. are advertised**
within the time prtbcnbed b> law, or they will be and allother Fett I'rtre itductd it thus, a-t elttn t IrmiMeit withcolivein.s habit oil M.
rs. M. NASH P.
P.rtt, ic, kc. StttiJy-Jice SMITh & Co, ('i.lunrbMs'sms.. SMITh 4. IfK- ,
tKbmed ; sni all persons indebted to taiJ estate are <, w liii-!. ellen exerts a verv unfavurablo
June 1'), 1SH. 47 CialitjerrJai. 1115, Mid-on: Mt sM. IU1XAM &, RICHARDS October ?. IS 19. 12 3t
rc-jucsted to make immediate rajment to The above MeJicinc*, frt-i! aol 1 rir..ire. are for till.ui.ti.- u,iO I tin i r i:.Mitral health, which is |rant mc- Cedar the undtrs.ir.ed.
C T. JLNKINS. > ilarlv inaiiift--ttd I ly irri ulantv il i.nt total lo of Kejs, or to ;;
JOHN B. ALLEN, J Aumr Groceries.SS sale Ly LEWIS: .V sMF.i.T.ill.thaoiee: p,>efite. I In tins conditn ol theKVsUm, this art JAMES: TUCKER, In the (Cirrnit burl cf the Middle (Cirrnit of

Benton County S. F., August Ib43. 2i'> 2in KXIGI1T! continues to receive by every ve-i- Fir certificates of rccommeni'itin'i and tiltI, Ka. t iclc is cot fickutlv reci.nii.urdtd with the assurance And other. Proj-ntter. Florida, ia and for the County of WaiuIIa.
( mforiha Columbus. Florida, January 22, Ibl 2:2
from New LARf.F. ? ly
Notice. Orleans !ion covet riiin the above Mi i!in in sce future hat, if the dose is properly astjti..t.eh so as rot tonove To Spring Tetm, .1. D. la-IS.
FLOUR, BACON, AND GROCERIES. lie naU the bowels tmactiitlv relief hi relied
A PPLTCATION will be made to the next General advertiseuents, and pamphlets winch may be obtani Leoprld Greenberg, Charles Green- \
it the ir.terestof buertocaliand him b- 7. IILI'J'Ahlorney ]
every sec d of the pull' wnht ul any er even the It-j-t unpleasant consequences ,
J\ of florida for of Ajrents. Greenberrand A itKlire
Asscmblj an act incorporation tore they with their tat Ln\vf helianny ; Adolp surnf
r.-ultiv the
part mouej. from of
:4 eoiamon -
March.ItIi.Cabinet I ) <. 3"} purrraive
to authorize a to construct a Rail Roadlrcm merchants and co-partners damages
company _
IS H 3
S Augusts, mcd;cinej u>u.ll\ resorted to. ronlirrlln, Jcffrr on County, Florida,
Cedar Keys.or some eligible point on the Gulfeoatt, in trade.ustn the nameslvleand $11100.
Making dec. Pcrsjtisunjtct to Hilious Lholic the att. 1 the Circuit Courtnf the Middle
to the St. Mar's River, or some eligible pcictcntbe Notice.SIX man rely on WILL ; finns of L. i. H. Greenberg &. Co. Attachment
months the HIP.-Iheundeisicntd have as- ircventive propeilus ol lI'M medicine bv iMing it on and ol the County ot Columbia of the
Atlantic coast, or the St. John' Rner. after cjatc, t underpinned, Adminis C r*. for $4 CG 25.
August 19. ISIS. 5 3m of the estate of Charles ikckslcm, late it .-oei.ite-d tin-in ilvei together, and! (rent this date I he tirst r.liii.atio-iol: an approaching i i attack. here Eastern Circuit. I- londjMonticllo. William S. Carpenter.
(he two bh will ht iinittd and arc ome constitutions liable to attacks rlIilliuiu .\n4\M 2 > I** Iff 5
tie regular
LuaintsH ,
O: The News, Jacksonville! and Herald, St. Au- Leon County, taut present tile accounts an 1 ouchers tp4 conducted liE defendant and all other persons interested
and before the Hon JUIC of Piobate for said by LYNCH & VINfJERIIOErs Thtv arc Fevi r alnosf- rverv fall! ; to such the ue of T this uil
ro.tintwill publish the above three muiHis, Counts, Doctor John P. Duval will take notice of the institution rf
end their accounts to tins office. and pray for a final settlement and discharge from J repared todo all descriptions of work in t twit line, this rneilien is comruridtd, beginning! to use it by attnchment.and that they are required to appear

said estate. with tilt lity anJdJvitcli.aiidon as rea-->n stile terms jv_ tie HiiddU ol May ortlrst ot June. OFFERS Ins professional services to the citizens and plead to the declaration filed in this cause, according

Medical Notice. THERE3E BECKSTEIN, (ty htra ent.) If r ca- or approved arcipt-nee as any workmen in Those whost> digestive organs are feeble olttn extcnuiCu and surrvursting country Office to law.

JOHN D DE CORCE. the rt.untrv. The continued pMronage of the public a seiiseof fu'lne-s, weight and oppression in Urn. Wilson's Luildmg, over Hay ward's Book JAMES T. ARCHER.

K 0. WIST, M. D. J. L. CALL, M. D Mar 21, ISJ3 41 6rc is most respectfully i>lieitedr. about Ihe sfofiarh alter eating, will find this mediine More, Tallahassee .
for FlainliL's.Angu
Ty5?. WIRF tt. CALL hare associated themselvesJ .. J. i.y.M ii, nfiord almost immediate relief. February, I H. H2 Attorney

\ in the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &,c., ai.dclFer Hamilton Tax Sale. C.ERM'.D VI.N FRHOTTS.Taninas Ladies near their coi.lmuncnt often suffer from ;t 1C. lm 4 tin

their services to the public. virtue of the power vested its me by law, I ee Nivember'',. IS 17. It; narlburn arch costiveness. : to uch this article is John P. Duval, Thomas Jeff Heir,
Othce over Drug Store, Monticello. Florida. B hi ighlv recotnnt iuk>das it can be used without I theta
shall expose for tale, before the Court IJi.iue L'LlwY Foil b\LE. Apply to ATTORNEY AT LAW ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
August 5. I I'1'*._3_ly door, in the town (1 Jasper Hamilton County! I'lo- tJ j. R Foirrrvn, l tl..nut r.a-.dvv: ith great benclit I n sick or oem- 1TI.L! practice in the CncMit Court m *tkV

Notice. aids, on the first Mu.ndav in Novitnbir, ISIS, the June 10. I H. 47 M the Tin M This article will be found v the Court of Appeals and the United Mates
described to act as a pie ant cordial a'
following properly or so much thereof Court istid United bUlea District Cenrt
Jote I shall t 1. the Hon. as Attachment.In r.-t.'riisr the District Court at Ta'.lalcossee.! !
SIX month after ppt will pay thtt State and County Taxes due thcreuu for and (susie, ? appet"te, and at the Tailat-atete.
of Probate for the County of JelFerson, the \e. r 1S47, to wit : Jinttrci Court fur tht M Iht.tnct cfLfon county. line time fultillni ever> intention that the common O.licc in Wm. \\ il on's I5uildirgs, over lIsa ward's Monticllo Jann-rT 20. IS 19. CT

fur letters of Sismi ion aj Administrator de konu The South Wtkltjuarterof F clion 31 Township Justus R. Fortune, A. cnt, } luicalivf are intendetl to elli-ct. Ilitpuieli/;;- Book Store, Tallahassee. __

non of Ftrouhai Macrae, late of raid County, dec'd 1. Ringe 13. South and East.pjrportirg tobelor to f'. >Dtbt ijlf 50. tnblr, aril, whtn u--d nccordinj to lh* directions, February a-5, IS.l.! 32 Notice.

RICHARD! HARRISON. Willum J. MilN. 9JOSIMI R II Wlnlinc. ) v-ill be found! an invaluable art itle, peciallv to those SIX month* after date, the nderrjjned riil pre

JaiTerv'in County. September 9, 1'>ls. S 6m T. RMSDEX, Sheriff. 1-a liE elcfei'.ilant and jll.thers are hereby notified of Ulictel with Iv pepsla, Derangement of the Liver, G. W. HUTCHINS, (their a-co"nU ami vouche-r* to the Hooorible -

a. and f j ofleio Tax Col Hamilton Co. lor 47. 1. the commencement of I llm suit, rt (uriialilo to a or Central; Dtbilitv Jei.l.1 of Pro'wte of Cenlon County, and apply
I Horse and Wagon for Dale.H Aprils, IbIS :3i ts Justices Court to re held at Tallalia-sie on the I'lh Prepared hj DtcltrJ. Ree, GrifTin, Pike county, for letters of dismision as Administrator and Aannnistntrix -

ID HORSI'isagooJserviteblear. day ol October next, and to appear and plead to the (',Gtur'U, and fr cue hv nnpmnlment at T.1LIJUI.1SSUK, FL.I. of the estate of William Bojd.utecfi

-. in>4l-works well- low. The Leather Top Buggy for Sale.ALSO same I!. DARNAKD, Jr's SALI1S in any part of the county attended to, and County, deceased.
price <;Iiven under my hand and seal, this 2d diy of Au. Driis Store Tallahassee ) solicited.HI A. fc A. CLRK.Admini .
WAGON Ii covered, and will be a goodS ous second lean large two Horse Rarouch.A .
t A. I).
gut, I'als.' DANIEL LAUD va recs : .
Newort and Administratrix.Angrtti.Penton
plantation or market Wsgon. Price lo- ,>;py! to J. K FORTUNE, IL I ONP, Fsj I LI/\P &, Fur.o -lratcr
M WEST > ,
[IKF\L lSlL5)CMedical
Mont jetilo
] Co. Fa.
July I.
Apply to J. K FOIUUNE, Ajeut.fUptein June 3. ISlv10 At the Tin Manulaclorv.DR. .
Justice of Ihe Peace.Auu Quinc, J. W ARGYLE, Esfj D. C. WILSON, Ui
l. HH 9
r -
;_ >t '), IMS. 3 3n HARDY BRYAN, January, 1S4S. 27 Notice.

Boot and Ghee Making. J. S. BOND Agent for Thomas courtly, Georgia. THE:: undarmened have this day fnnr.ed a en-part'

\ \ professional service. to the citizens LEWIS &, AMES, May 22, IS 17. 44DR. M. D. PAPY 'm' > under the name and styled TAYLOR
the OFFERS otTer
| iIF.uodereined.I4avinpurcuased A. PALMER for the ( Methcioe. and
4 I .><-e mid IIicnurryuDJiiig practice o
.JL entire stock anti ifileiials cf LVAIe: O'fice at Ccl.1 Fuller's Hotel. country- IE.tLPR8 i: & : r their professional services to the public.! They hope,

.aflhPtLD. who is about leaving the State May Oa, IS 17. 45 tf DRlir.q MEDICINF.s.! PAINTS. OI7.c C. II. BUNTING, ; JILl_. Practice in all tl.o Courts m the .s'JeIle by attention to business, Its merit a continuance of

: Ilb respectfully ID terms his friends and the Toilet Articles, fettRuttTj tit., Window Claw SURGEON DENTIST, V Circuit. OlTIce on the first floor of the Cap. former palronase.
public tnat he u at present at the old tnd, wheie itol, South -Ain room formerly occupied by the R. WALLER TAYLOR, M. P-
Notice PAITEJts' BRUSHES A VING located
COLOR*, permanently in Q-nnry, Florida,
he is prepared to execute all work in hit line with of the U.
Secretary PALMER.
Territory. THOMAS
M -
S HEREBY GIVEN that, at the next cs-ion of Apolhocaric ilatVt r % &c.rpj .J. pectluUy tenders his scrrices to the public
.'. of|HtoetM,tkiOf and Mid detpulth.all soils lie of has material on hand, the and fine will l IS the General Assembly ol the Slate of Florida, IE:above constantly! on hand, and for sale at the in the various branches if his profession. From his November 15. 1M5. 17 Monticcllo. Fa., Aoguat 1. L'J 1543. 3 3m____

application will be made to that honorable body for JL lowest market price.. aperionce and succesn in practice he fetls assured
make at short notice, and in ho best manner, GEN JOHN ERATTOKNKY !% Patent Shower Baths.AT .
.' TLEMBJTS BOOTS AND SHOES of dctrriplion. the (grant of a charter of incorporation for a RailRoad LEWIS & AMES. of being able to please horse who may patronise him.r. the Tin Manufactory he had a neal ro"

c ; Boot ftfotej, soled, and otherwise every repaired in to extend frou the town of St. Andrew, in Tallahassee, November 20, Ibl7. IS ) H rulers I ha public toCol. AT LAW convenient SHOWER may BATH! intended f i-er a
West Florida to a point the Chattahoochie W. T. STI>CKTO.V, Dr J. M. V!. D Qulney, Florida.
nd at reasonable uptti nrsow, aad.is enrlo'
: .- style charfrn. He will chamber. ,
: room
good warrant but little
i- hit work to be epzal to any dune in thus place River, at or near the section of bonndary line be- ,JVIartin, Smith & Thorn, Gen. C. I!. DPFONT. Dr. R. H. LITTLI WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsdcn scd so as not to water tie floor
drip on
ood ( ween Flcridi and Ablmna rit said rivtr. Cdimission and Forwarding Merchants Ofticeoposite| the M. E. Church Ladies waited the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,
nit& ac turn u to
: anI to give SI $ fitting u June 3. ISIS 4fCotton. .
Sb ether wvrluaau.. any July2 I54-. 9 -a HNo. nrr>ia. .
11, IS 17. 8 November22,1s-15.1 19 tf -
.; Western Produce and Groceries. 1)3Sentinel::
42 W. M. MABn*-O. W. SMITH- copy. l
"l THO
?4iy.Ll47. TTIOKN.. tk5
: COTTON wated-bj
; : Six Hundred lnnn BALES
ST rftcwrfrf UrgeMpply of PROVISIONS Riley to Dollars.ylTANTr.D marketprice
Horse and
' S rOB KENT; one mile'Nonh of ., AND GROCERIES a*the ttore of J W. Arpvle.A. HcMwick, S. S. Sibley,Talhih.e. to purchase immedialelj Sis IlunV Buggy 1.J'J'j wrihfr.for which the highest.
t I
( t J. Tallahawe JOHN P. tJVLLt a KNIGHT.nf. J. L. Smallwood. H. L. Edmon4-Qnjn,, V Jrei Dollar* ix Spreit: FORSAXE. Apply L. &, H.: GREENBERG- Jv CO WU be paid s.- F. BURSI'-

$ : f.pi.abe 3, t. U cwa aF iiaa'lt1-s'4a! & !t f S. a K.MCIIT Setembevi4P. 7 September 30, ISIS. 11

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