The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 15, 1848
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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if Uc TkWietk Coaptu.rt lips pray. ac could Dfr
THE OiRIDIkNTBY forget. It influenced his whole life and .".

-- J4-AN ACT to provide additional examiner* ed him from the dangers of infidelity. He

a fa tb. Palest Office, and for other purpose. was one dar speaking O tbfe subject of infi.
*t if enttteJt 9j l* Senate and Havre of Rrprc- delity to which be been much
-ttttna _/ A* United State tf America in ba esp
his intercourse
by of infidel
, Qftrreu tutembled. That there bill be appointed wib men t
.Yaw ninner provided in rfae second section of the pies to a distinguished southern gentlmn.

eatitM "A. act to promote t be proves. of ose- and used this remarkable language
rI fill lIS arts,and te repeal aU act and part of acts heretofore SIBLEY 3 DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1348. VOL XII-NO. 51proi.inas 441 believe I aol have been away r

( made (or that purpoeeapprot'd July fourth, by the flood sep
ekateem. handrfd and thirty-six, two principal examiners -- ---- nF Db infidelity, not
,aDd two assistant examiner*, in addition to ;f t-h e'entitled.M An'act to grant t'a induce some solution of the present ELECTIONEERING MISCELLANY. From a most narrative- (fa- the- ben for one thing-.tbe remembrance of Ib*
I tie aamber ot zaaioen DOW employed io the Pares quantity of I.d Territory of Wisconsin, for peif longer take'the when my sainted mother oed to make
Ol&ce and that hereafter each of the principal i he I purpose aiding in opening a cacal to haleD keeping Italy any Albany Argus we following striking me kneel by her' side I
cnaioen! ;employed in the Patent Office hall re-. Wltf'f o Lake Michigan with those of cnnedthe Rock Austrian thraldom. Te Pope has de. Our readers all do know S. S. Prentist, tbe incident in the life of Gen. Ca whie Oov. folded in and taking my little LaM :

. ceiv an aooiul salary of twentv.five hundred dollar river .hal be offered for sale at the same mimi- spatched Monsignor to Vienna, to lawyer, orator and famous whig. A short ernor Michigan Territory : Lord's her" cutd mo to repeat

*,and each of the assistant examiners an annual mum prict. and tubject to the same rights of preemption negotiate in which we hope he will b time ago this Mr. Prentiss, in a speech delivered 1820 he his Prayer.
, fduj of fifteen hundred dollar: Prwidl'fl.That thepower i as other public lands of the United States: successful.Jacp conditions recommended by at a whig meeting in the of New I elteode comprehensiveviews Every mother who red this anecdnta mal
city and of the lakes
. to extend patents, now vested in the board PfZ That no person shall b entille policy area upper read an important 1 lesson, which she ;
competed of the Secretary or State,Commissioner ot a pre-emptson by reason of the the Pop are, that Italy shall be restored to Orleans, gave utterance to the following sen. and (the lure of the Mississippi, with a double ought input lou practica case of her own children. .

. Patents and Solicitor of the Treasury by the eigli-: cultivation of any quarter section or other sub-divi-- her bndaripl and that the Germans liment : reference to the character of the Indian .
heath section of the act approved July fourth eighteen lion of said even numbered sections, which tract. shall recross Alps. The people of Italy .There must ever be such parties in this population under his charge and io the No mother can ever know hoW great
hundred aad thirty-six respecting the Patent before the commencement of lurh settlement shall and Austria would then become brothers. country. We shall rue the day when the placed will he the influence on her son, in all hi.fii-
Office, shall hereafter be rested solely in the Comtnistiooer have been claimed by any other person, cultivating no resources and geographical features of that Lure life in this and in the to come, ofleaching
Letters from Ferrara stale that the Nfapnlitan party idea is carried out-when we shall have worl
of Patents; and when an application is and improving the same in good; faith and which immensand unknown region. In this ex. him to how
turfs to bun for the extension of a patroL accordingto shall have cntinue to b cbimf cultivated, and troops refused to cross the Po, to jtin I no political i issues or contests to fight. Then tensive journey, he concluded treaties with beautiful the pray apprratf

said eighteenth section, and sixty days notice imprsvel I lite good .u pefon. his re the allied army. The moment is critical. i the lie down like a great giant to several tribes, for establishing a fort conduct of : who .
popJei prepared
riven thereof he shall refer the case to the principal prfenttif or assigns, until the sale of said tract, The intelligence from Naples that I and whilst tbo demagogues leaches her little son to kneel by her side if
announces quiet at Salt Ste. Marie and caused of
examiner having charge of the class of inventions to'' said prior cultivation, and improvement a deputation he retires to rest to lift up his heart to
which said case belongs, who shall make a full report ,the person so pre-emption shall Calabria was in full insurrection ; a boy of will carry on their nefarious purposes Cbippewas.from a pint five hundred miles the God that made him, &nd young whose '. J
to said Commissioner .f the said case, and par. have had notice at the time of hi.entry and settle 1,500 Sicilians bad passed the rol 1 with impunity and success. GOD SAVE us above the Falls of Anthony, to make a and in o can .

ticnlarly whether the invention or improvement. ment ; neither shall any pre-emption be allowed to Messina, with ten pieces of cannon, to alic.. most yo FAKTYISX God save the whig peace with their ancient enemies, the Sioux.In mfr reply all the fuuf ,. -
ecnred'in the patent, was new and patentable when any tract, to the injury of any pern, or of the re- their in Calabria. The famous Roman party from the disgrace deserting its stan this expedition he years of bis existence I If all mher would t .
patented;and thereupon the said Commissioner shall presentatives or assign of any person claiming and Irolber was accompanied by leach their children to and fir them, .
pray wib
had landed Civiu
pant se relate the extension of said patent,upon the occupying the same, or any part thereof, in two sons at dar present epoch or.fcir. scientific men;to observe the natural history bow soon would this cban.
,ame principles and rules that have governed saidboard faith in his or her right, at the passage of this go a t. Veccbia, and were on (he road to join the in. is now manifest to that tbewhig and topography of the country. At St. Ma. ged and bud and blossom the aspect b :

; but no patent shall be extended for a longer and owning valuable cultivation or improvements surgents. The King of the Two Sicilies will party has deserted its standard. Judge ry's Falls, near the outlet of Lake Superior, the ,mother who does as rose And

Lyre than seven years. thereon, which cultivation or imrroYf'ment shall scarcely be able to resist the overwhelming Alien and Henry Wilson, of Mass., and Hor. the Chippewa Indians opposed his no teach her children -
SEC. ?. And Hit further enacted,That hereafter, have been assigned by the person e claiming pre progress. to pray has no to she if j
which has him. The Vermont and other LHne'tbat
if feeling now set against ace Eyertt delegates broke the in a violent manner, and Jrun *
the Commissioner of Patents shall require a fee ofM emption or commence subsequently to the entry up cncl shall ever meet f
dollar for recording any assignment grant, ort and settlement person shall have been made royal troops are said to be everywhere disarmed to whig national convention, testify to this retiring to encampment O!an elevation, bat she will reach o r

"J.rar.v whole or any part of the interest with his consent or acquiescence.. And provided and the people marched on the capital. fact. If.b whig party were capable of dis. ran up the British flag in defiance. The ex.perieoce eotr .there bnl Pray. 1_. 4j.

ia letter parent,or power of attorney, or license toanakeotuiethethings further.. That the liabilities incurred by the Trito In Vienna matters continue In the same gra.' are disgraced by th* twmiaation of Gen. Casa bad Induced him _to erl mothers never .find. t bea- ". ,.{
patentedwhen such instrument rial government of Wisconsin under the art entitled state ; endeavors to induce the Emperor to a mm who tells them be will in no case Le from the Miehilimackinac ye ,
al bring ,
along port
shall not exceed three htadred woids ; the An art to grant a quantity of land to the Territory
tam of two dollars when it shall exceed three hun. of Wisconsin, for the purpose of aiding in return his capital have failed. The Russian tb candidate of any party. a detachment artillery armed with muskets, LUTHER. -f J

dred and shall aot exceed one thousand words; and opening a canal to connect the waters of Lake Michigan ambassador has joined the court at Inrnpruck Mr. Clay received the news of the nomination added 'lo which, the seven members of bis trav. As an instance of what a single of zeal ;
the sum of three dollars when it shall exceed one with those of Rock river," heremtofbnr referredto together with several of the chief nobility.The .- cling family and man
thousand words; which fees shall in all cases be paidin .hal be paid and discharged by the State of Wis- retirement of the has created of Gen. Taylor at Lexington. He aan. gides energ C&accomplish in a good cause, r'and
advance. con Emperor had ridden over to wait for intelligence, and were armed man to accompany him. look tbe reformer, whom Govern.

SBC.3. diidbe further enacted. That there shall SEC. 3. .And be it further enacted That the purchasers the greatest excitement in the Hungarian was sitting at table with a party: of friends log the interpreter alone, he pursued the pa'h orEverettthusdeacribes : ;.

be appointed in manner aforesaid two clerks, to be of any tract of said even numbered sections Sclaronian, and Croatian parts of the empire ; when the thunder clap came. He rose thro a gorge up the sandy acclivity to 44 He awoke ail Germany and ballot Eu. 'r
employed in copying and recording and in other mentioned in the section, and sold since and it is form up
pr..ceing altogether impossible to a con the Indian Going directly to the ,
services in the Patent Office, who shall each be paiJa the reservation therft, the tnimimum price of of the which and, under great excitement, denounced camp. loge rope from the scholastic sleep of ignorance ;
salary of one thousand two hundred dollars per an. two dollars and fifty cents per acre, shall b entitled jecture political consequences the convention a having in a day cacri- of the hostile chief who bad offered woise than death. He took into his bandsnot r ;
num. to receive from the Commissioner of General must atle: d this almost virtual disruption of ficed tbe fabric of whig principles which had i dignity, he pulled down the flag with his own the oaten pipe of the classic musehemoved

Sec. 4. .Allt further enacted That the Commissioner Land Office, certificate of the quantity of land sopurchased the Austrian monarchy. only been reared by the labor of the lifttimf bands, and trampled upon it. The Indians to his great t :
; of Patents is hereby authorized to send by and of the amwunt of the excess paid In Prussia matters seem to be worse. looked upon the movement with amazement. work'no t .
mail, free .( postage, the aaausl reports of the Pa. therefor ever and above the valhe of said land, at At Berlin the mob hate obtained .ti of the greatest, purest, and most patriotic had loaded to the Dorian mood 11
the rate of dollar and complete statesmen the Union He They eighty guns in their tent, Of flutes and sod recorders
'j fee, in the same manner in which he is empoweredto one twenty-five cents per e\'e possessed. ; rf f
send letters and packages relating to the business: sere ; which certificate, to the am' unt of ouch excesa. ascendency! in the government. General showered anathemas upon Gen. Taylor on his but not a gun or implement of ofiVnee was he grasped the iron of his moth .
of tho Patent Office. shall be receivable from the holder thereof orhis Ascb'lf.the commander of the burgher guard, belief that theconvention raised-not a was uttered. But not 10with the old trumpet J
presumptuous by dragooning wor er tongue- good Saxon from whichour f.
ROUT. C. WINTHROr, assigns. in like manner as so much money in also military commandant of Berlin Gen. his fire
wboTS flashing
lands into submission to his demand for Cas. eyes own is descended, the language of noblo tl,
Speaker(the Home of Representatives. >aj ment of public of the United States. That,
has been his command of and
G. M. DALLAS in the event of the death of any such purchaser be. compelled to resign the nomination he had compelled the patriot standing upon the degraded ensign, he bought and high re.olve-md: blew a blast

i Vice President( the United Slates and fore the issuing of such certificatethe same shall be the burgher guard, owing to the jealousy of ic whig people of the country to bow their old them that they were within the jurisJic- hat shook the nations from Rome to the Ork- !.gj
issued in favor of the lawful of his connexion with the tion of the United States that red and white -
President of the Senate. representatives of such the people court.- : -
necks safe
of for the conductof citizen
by way a bridge | neys. Sovereign, and peasant star :
Approved May 27, 1S49. purchaser. Affairs are in a restless state. The alike bound to itsKws.l and .I.
men were
iI. uneasy Tylerism back to the high places of the respect led at the sound, and i in a few short the
Anil be
JAMES K. POLK. SEC 4. further enacted That the judre years ;
I distributed the for the hat he the
arms of the Presi.1
of the district court for the district of Wisconsin by government government. After thus express:ng himself a exercising power j poor monk who had begged bis bread for '

i I.I.I NO. 35.-AN ACT extending privileges to American shall hold term ot said court in .ach year, at the I. maintainance of order are very likely to be for a few minutes he ordered his carriage and I:! dent, should never permit a foreign flag to i' |iious canticle, in tbe streets of Eiseuarch, no a ft

vessel engaged in a certain mentioned trade seat of vo\ernment. to commence on the first Monday turned against the court ; and altogether the drove home to ruminate over the sudden death I wave on its soil. lie then returned to his longer friendless-no longer solitary-was ;rr
and 'for other urpoleSoBe in. term of rid court in each violence of the cubs. and the / of" I I camp with the flag. It was from this moment I sustained victorious
it enacted the Senate and Ilvvse at Milwaukie, to the first whig principles. by armies, countenanced
by of Rrprc- year commence on Monday against seem likely to have some that this people, struck with his air and voice,
ifntatieet c/tAc United State of Amei-ica in Congress .,f January. He shall also have the power to hold In the the by princes, and what is a thousand times mont :
results. The 1832 whig party pledged and the of the
serious Prince of Prussia has
year act
annulled. That i fur the trial of intrepidity ben truly to than tbe
it shall hereafter be lavvlul special terms canst-?, and for the deermitution precious brightest crown in Christen 'I
other of all at rived at Potsdam.The themselves to oppose the elevation of military regard him tbe man of the nation, I'
tar any steamship or vessel! on being duly suits or proceedings in said (courts 8 great dom revered as a sage, a benefactor, and
registered ia pursuance of the laws of the United at either of th-- aforesaid ,places, at his diretior I Diet at Frankfort appears afraid to deal men to the presidency. Had any thing since and hailed him a the American Kosinon.It .- spiritual at the fire side of hU. humble
I States, to engage in trade between one port in the the nature and amount of the business may require.The with the Hulstein-Schlewig question. A occurred to change that determination was yet neon, and before evening closed parent, : "
United States and one or more within the said. court .hall be at all time, for the no and grateful countrymen. :. .
ports open That the Let the
motion has been proposed to make the affair was true prncplf. men they bad sought another council,and agreed s
same, with the privilege of touching at one or more |.urpo*eof hearing and deciding canes of admiraltyan
a national one, and that the war will nol be who were educated camp be sent to the to the terms of the of 16th June 1920. ;fs:
foreign ports during the voYage,and land and take! in maritime jurisdiction: solar .the samecan be i treaty The Bigot.-The darkest of ii
thereat merchandise, passengers, and their baggage done without a jury. The records and paper ot allowed lo end without a previous satisfactory field, and those who were educated a states (Vide Indian Treaties, p. 280.)- tbe lor, with a aJaorer i

and letters and mails : Prooidtd, That all Euch said court maybe. kept at either ol the places herein guaranty "for thr. rights of the duchies and men be employed in the councils of the na. *James Riley a son of the late Mr. Riley, of bio bis he calls measure ( !
vessels shall be furnished the Collectois the designated lot the holding said court, the in men common and
by ol as judge
tion.-J. L. White New York Clay contemp
the honor of but the tchig. post master of t
Germany ; Assembly Schenectady. unclean believe t
ports at which they shall take in their cargoes in the \ his discretion hall direct. otherwise than h. .

United States with certified manifests setting forth i SEC 5. And, be further enacted That the clerksofthedistric has put it of to a committee to determine the The call for the whig ratification meeting. I ABOVE YOUR BUSINESS.! believes, and when be takes to himself thus ; j If

the particulars of' the cargoes,the marlu, number! of { courts ul the Territory of Wisconsin order in it is to be brought b-fore the holden in Boston, on Friday evening, contained DON seal! salvation, marks them with the brand -I
packages,by whom shipped to whom ,shall before their term of otTice certirun.. Young man, don' be above business,
consigned: at I t"xpirts. Diet. The honor Germany and the rightsof your
the of from all the of I do call
what port to be delivered ;designating such goods as : der .al.ald transmit to the clerk of aid court, all the duchies will be best consulted names gentlemen neighjoring was the advice of Abott Lawrence to one of periton. not a man bigot who l
\ art entitled to drawback, or to the privilege of being recoid.of all unsatisfied JU. pments, and of all suits bj leaving towns, and se"erl from Newbiiryport.The his clerks, who had an idea that his dignity merely supposes another lost in his error, 1
placed in warehouse; and the masters ot all such pending in said courts respectively, attaching there Holstein in former position, unless Germany meeting was made up in the same way, for this may be a conviction which he cinnot .

vessels shall, on their arrival at any port of the Uni. to all papers connected therewith in all cases arising has resolved upon a much more serio'J war and there were about enough to fill Faneuil was outraged' by the menial employment of a resist. He may Lr a man tenderness and i.:
ted States from which such under the laws of the United States to which the chore.boy. Young mandon't above J
foreign at or
any port vessel than the one with the Dane. b .
may have touched as herein provided, conform United States shall be a party!, .and they shall forward Hall, and no more.-Xeicburyport Adter.iscr. your business,' is advice 'which applies to aU mercy-he may hoIJjhis opinion with fear and :

h the laws providing for the delivery of manitests/ the same to the clerk ol said district court of FINISHED SKETCH. with equal benefit. Don't be afraid of soiling trembling, and look upon his brother, wbom". .
and taken board at such for the State of who shall enter the in he in the of ruin with ._
passengers on Wifolsin. same regards path exceeding ;
o eg., and all other laws regulating the reportand his docket, and the said district court shall proceed A young girl who has passed three years ina A Ifutfor Taylor .Men t Crack.-Henr your hands ; the world will think just a well sirrow and compassion.! But tbe is .

*try *f veap.ts Irom foreign ports, and b subject -' I h.rt1 to final judgment and execution, a il such boarding school, gathered superficial knowledge Clay made a speech in Balimore, of you, and your business will prosper better. thus. Proud in biB assumed bigot not'r. t
to all the penalties therein prescribed. I suits or proceedings bad originally been brought in of her own knowledge and the French ; tb following is an etrac- How many men have been ruined and made humility, elale ;

SEC 2..8.n I further enacted That all vessels sid court. acquired a profound knowledge cf the art of indeed, we incured the divine bankrupt, from the very fact that they were in bit vociferated secure i .I
and cargoes, in the trade referred to in I SEC- 6. And be it further enacted, That the clerk "I fancied election, confident as the favorite or"
engagf and if it be chas above their business. of :!
dancing, with a fashionable knowledge of music displeasure ; necessary to They were men
tai act, shall beome subject to the prmision ot I o the supreme court of the Territory of Wisconsinshall bis faith becomes actual in
I existing collection and revenue laws on arrival in deliver over to the cl
I %*y port in the Jailed States: Provided That any all record and papers in the office of he clerk of the husband would humbly prostrate myself before Him, their whiskers and goatees trimmed, 1 practical exculsveneu.- .

foreign goods, wares,or rarchaodize, taken in at one said supreme court relating to proceedings in bankruptcy A student has passed four years in a college, and implore Him, in His mercy, to visit our er et ceteras performed, which would not be He i is the one who says most emphatically to ,
port of the United States. to be in said under the late bankrupt law of the United his brother: ol! thou impious thou
cuneyn learned to rob hen.roosts drink smoke favored land with with PESTILENCE, in keeping with their self-opinion to do (hem- '
vessels to any otber port within her under States. He shall also certify, under seal and deliver 'AK wretch !"-Rev. Henry GiJts. ;
the provisions of the warehousing sme.act of sixth to said cerk. all records of judgements and ofprocevdinga cigars, play at games chance, and spend the with FAMINE, wills any SCOURGE other than selves. Teyae' above their business,' and 1

eighteen hundred and lorty-stxor under the I pending and all papers connected liberal allowance of a kind parent in MILITARY RULE, or a blind and heedless enthusiatmfor what consequences Why, debts, 2
Aag. the therewith, in under the Constitution every The Lae Crash in Boston.-On Monday l
& transportation coast iseul goods eases aiifr species unworthy excess-make a common mere MILITABT RENOWN empty purses, neglect business and ruin.-
entitled to drawback, and laws c>f the States. afternoon, fragments oftbe flooring and .
goods wares ,
any f.jJ
Cnitt This been
a wet. place receives his and is fin- has the case with thousands \.ho
o merchandise not to drawback, but on Sec l:: And be it r enacted.That from and speech diploma, which bad remained suspended, fell from
ished. That is for the deviL NoUc and true .-The eloquentand have begun the of life with :.
which the import duties chargeable by law _hal after the fourth day of March eighteen hundrt and ready Seime game every prospect their the imminent of
have been duly paidshall not become subject to any lortv-rinf. and until another ct"njUI apportionment The prodigal who wastes at the gaming patriotic Lamariine, in his Address to the playing it to their advantage, and allowing danger some
the who
impost duty by reason of the vessel in which they I .hal be made. the State of Wisconsin shall be table and in the haunts debauchery, a splendid French People, speaking as follows of the to their having got above their busi. of workmen were engaged in re. ;i "I

may arrive having touched at a foreign port during three representatives in the Congress of patrimony, and then blows out his brains danger to be apprehended from tear, and of ness.' moving the goods. The walls are believedto .' I j

the this voyage act. in pursuance of the privilege given in the Urilf Sratf.Approvf May 29, 154S.FOREIGN.NEWS in a fit despair, is said by those who tempted ha desires of the.Republic_ : A.good story is told of a poor batter of New ning be it very was securely evident propped that up, but the last eve.

Approved May 27, lS4S.. I him to his ruin, to be finished.It .But besides these disinterested conndera- Bedford, Mass., who applied toJ. J. Astor fora very pressure
the of the front wall
0 O is finished, exclaims the man of fashionas (ions the sole interest of the consolidation purchase of fur, and as he bad not money on props was on the in.

NO..I 36.-AN ACT explanatory of the act entitled. i !!J: (a he the completion of all essentials and the duration of the Republic would inspire enough to pay down for the quantity he wan. crease. t .
An act to raise, fo a limited time,an additional surveys Mr. Gragin, who had his hip dislocated: by
military force, and for other purposes,.approved BY THE BRITANNIA. of a splendid entertainment, which he is about in the statesmen o France the thoughts ted, asked for credit on a part. Mr. Astor the of the floors

eleventh J'erul. eighteen hundred and lortyeven. The following abstract of the general continental I to give five hundred men and women, who, of peace. It is not the country-that runs the told him that he did not trust strangers wiih tit comfortable falling this on Saturay.s three more

newt it from Wilmer & Smith's Euro far from their indulging a friendly l feeling for greatest danger in the war ; it is the liberty. goo city reference. This the hate could ;
Be enacted by the Senate and House of Repre truckmen, Hayes and Hunter,are all
i will War is almost always a Solliers ( he shouldered the fur he had Spfor
.mt.hl of the United cf America in Con- |>ean Times: their host, laugh at him in their sleeves, dictatorship. 1 doing well. Pierce, tbe man 4
fret assembled That the term The continental news is still of a grave a they sip his costly wines, and imprudently forget institutions for men. Throne pair for and leA the store. who saved young from i

in the ninth section of the act entitled, An act ul to character. By 1 successful, and, we hope, criticise his person and air, while they are tempt the ambitious. Glory dazzles patriot Stop, sir,' said Mr. A., come back, TOUcan was so death miraculously is able being

raise for a limitf time",an additional military force, decisive battle, the hopes of Austria with re. wasting and devouring his substance.It ism. The prestige of a glorious name veil have credit for any amount of goods you crushed house with to but little, to walk about Jour.the

and, eighteen(o h!rp. approved eleventh, shall February be considered pard to the retention of Italy are annihilated.The is finished, a the poor widow \'hispf'rs be attack upon the sovereignty of the nation.The want.* difIcuhy.-lt

as extending to the forty-seven brothers and sisters ol Pidemontpse and the Lornhardians have while her sunken eyes dilate and light up witha Republic desires glory, without doubt, 4 But, sir,' returned the hatter, I can give Horrible Dominica Colo!

those persons whose aenie. under that act, may pronounced in favor of the Union ; and Charles mournful joy, as she folds the the but it wishes for it for itself and not for Cze- no city reference-I am a stranger here.' fist, of May Baby.-, following dia-

have entitled them therein provided : Albert, who is now regarded as the liberator I making of which will give lo herself"rments and fatherless sars or Napoleons." 4 No matter,' said Mr. A., 'I want no additional bodical on rcor. of the liberated
the order of however shall outrage part newly
or priority right
remain I that just furnished by
of is be rewarded with the the and rcommfndation
Italy, to crown.- coarse scanty loaf for an slaves in
I declared in that act ; and those tailing the right onts Dr. V. Mott, jr., of whose conduct at Pal. The man who is abate hit Martinique :
Prussia and other subsistence.It .
stall the brother Germanj-especially Austria day's yourelf n b 44
accrue, fourthly, to or sister or in I I A large number of the insurgents assembled .
equal proprtionl. to the brothers and sisters of thee continues in a very unsatisfactory state ; whilst is fnisb.d. the needy, pale and emaciated ermo, in the late Sicilian revolution, in urging 8nul never hesitate' to apply to around the hose of a respectable white
be.SEo be people to assert their rights and maintain Astor for credit.
may the renewal of hnslilites in with
Schleswig, now trembling fingers and that
t munun.a he should deliv.
2.And be it further mat That the benefits them by force ofarms in the woun. 4 Young man,don't above business.' gentleman demandf
to be caused by the armed in. he of the work which be attending b your
acknowledged athf'r page them
of the said act of eleventh February eighteen : hopes feats of er up to daughters, two in number, 4
hundred and forty-set shall not be construed as lerrention of Russia, will, we hope, lead to an I will give fo fame he looks not for, to the dcd and performing intrepidity and Madison Family Vuo. and on meeting with the most prompt and ex.plicit .

forfeited by the printf and non-commissioned officers immediate an.l I satisfactory arrangement ; young at his tide and the little babes at valor, &c., we gave some account not long denial that could
Told lo.-"Wife wife cow'sdeadchoked language they
who have been, or may be, promoted to the which we deemed. perfectly delusive from his knee.It ago, has been appoin'ed chief in you our burned tbe house and the entire convey
grade commissioned officer during their service in finished the Sicilian with the rank of Major, with a turnip !I" family per .4
is with array
mediation, however influential. Prussia ,
Mexico, and who have subsequently fulfilled mere despairing YinJncf. 441 told I always know'd she'd choke ished in the Bamea the savages keepingsentry
.hal Director and General of the you
as Inspector s
the condition of : Provided Such if she is well advised or rather the Germans, shouts the homeless wanderer, dslhe sleet descends \el around of them should
engagements herself with the;" I" any es-
promotion shall lace been made subsequent to the will do wel lo abandon their pretensions even on his unprotected head and the icy Hospitals, with a salary fifteen hundred do!. 44 turnip i .*

original organitation of the company, corps,or regiment to at once, or they will find that le 'Mast congeals the current of life, and he lays lars per year. Dr. Mott, jr., is a son of thecelehrattd But it was a a darned big one.' cape. -
Wai it is all the I knowd all
to which such privates and noncommissionedofficers Dr. Mott of New York. same. a.
la chanddlc him down uncared for his brother
is by
jell ne taut pat -war sometimesvery man. Masonic Convention. Convention of
may have We add to the above that Dr. Mi-tt. long bow would be. Nobody but you would '
blone. jr.,
Finished is the life
Approved l127, glorious, but always costly. j journey ; what joys are "i feed a cow on pumpkins that wasn't chopt." delegates from the Masonic Lodges of North
the rules "fthe
had the
junction having been formed between the ; expressed in this one word, what hopes real folly to outrage upperten .The pumkins was cbopt. And 'twant Alabama was held in Courtland, the 1st '..
KO. 37.-AN ACT (o the admission of the State of Austrian arms of Nugent and the ized what forebodings confirmed. thousand codfish aristocray of New York, June for the Cr *"
Kadetsky the adopting measures
pumpkins nurtber what choked her, 'twas I purpose
Wisconsin into th'Union. I united forces amounted far Finished, the fond the realization by marrying a poor girl who sung or acted for -:
Austrian as as we says parent, as the establishment of Female in
Whereas the the the end on't is out of her. a Seminary
people of the Territory of Wiscon- : her For this unpardonable sin, h. tray- sticking
sin did. on the first day of February, hundred I can learn to about 30,000 men engaged in of all their prayers Ilf'epslveetly in the support. mouth now." North Alabama. The Convention having
adrift and had stir his fora
eighee to
sad forty-eitht, by a delegatescalled the battle ; and the Piedmontese had probably cradle they are bending over. was set stumps 44 Ugh ugh There bread been duly organized, a Committee ofone from

assembled Co that purpose,form for themselves about the like number in the field, althoughthe Finished ejaculates the weeping woman living. We are happy to perceive that he No thin goes my I told tray.the each Lodge was appointed to take tbe subject _
a Constitution and State government, which teats the has found in Sicily, persons of more taste and longer ago yesterday you
whole army Charles Albert amounts to dropping over tomb.-Noah's. Men.Gf. intoconsiderationandtoreportthe Convetnioti .
said constitution is I cow'd swallow that
republican and said Convention discrimination than those who form the kid- tray.
having asked admission of said Tenitory into the 60,000 men. On the tOtb ult. the two armies sJtab'e! measures for its action. The report
of New York.-IeZfa. i
Union as a State, on an eCu footing with the orii. came to battle, which appears to have been YOlk Buter'*. Chact EodorseeL.ThcNew glovedom A Grand Procession.-In a few days more made by Ihe committee,and which was adopt. ..

oil States: one in which the artillery on both sides were (Whig) which does not than fifteen thousand men of ibe army of Mexico ed by the convention, provides for the establishment .
Be it enacted hr the Senate and Howe think much of the Democratic and Ball.-Send us powder,
nominee for
United of Rrprettntatioettftkt -. chilly brought into play. The Austrian, on Powdr be in the enviions of New Orleans in North Alabama of a Female Sem-
Statuf America the of detachment of \i
assembled, That the State of Wiscotikin il Congress be. tit 29lh, had forced the Tuscan and Nup- Presidtuc speaks for a tht follows Vice of General was thf the reply revolution a when a British Americans force awaiting but proclamation of the President [nary,to be entitled MNorth Alabama Masonic
t during
and i i. hereby admite to be one of the United&ates n lines, and completely routed ; utlfr, candidlte Presidency: to be disbanded and discharged from the ser Female Ic.titute"-to be located at Tusciimbu .

of Ameic. hereby admitted into the having advanced to (;oto. on the morning of We are inclined to think our adversaries wanted In borrow some bal. ; .send us pow. vice. What a magnificent sight they would -/to be endowed with the sum of Aondrcd -
Union equal (footing with the original Slates, up a good sort ofa man for Vice President. der, and we will ieturn you balls in propor O
O a the 30th Charles Albert waa compelled too put present,marching though the principal streets, thousand dollart,-and to be accessible

i all respect by the whatever act of with the boundaries prt"-I ( into action. For some lime ha ap. Gln. Butler is not 1 great man, but we have tion. with colors flying and drums beating, with their to the destitute/ gratis according to its ability,
lib August I considered him honest brave The federal in their attacks
bteen hundred Congeu. entitled "An (p ared .act entirely upon the defensive, andan always and press upon. armor glittering in the sun, and precision and on the plan of the following preferencesIst,
and know he i before being nominated have funmb.e.d
act to enable the people of Wisconsin Territory to eje.witness of the battle, which lasted from manly, we made a capital run Taylor regularity marking their every movement !- to the destitute orphans of .Masons ; 2d, t(tbe
the Democrats with and ball for the
for a Ciotior and State (government, and lor one o'clock till six, seemed in doubt which for Governor in 1844. The National Intel powder Could a grand military procession be got daughters of destitute Masons ; 3d, to '
the Stst into the Union.Ssc.8. Mr. Cass both the whole campaign. Jing
.Lis o.ah way the fortune ofthe day would turn. But ligencer having passed up, to enable the patriotic and enthusiastic the daughters of indi Ministers of the

scat.(Cnr 6 i fl given ttdt That first, 8"00 the as- however the Austrian forces at length gave nominees stand endorsed a good men (ex. (to1"4 IN NO CASE CAN I PERMIT MYSELF TO population of the Crescent City to welcomeen Gospel of every denomination ; and laity, to ..

r rb. resolutions adopted by said I. way, and retired in the direction of Mantua.At cepting the politics) by (heir political oppo BE TiE CANDIDATE .ANY PAKTY, OR YIELD masse the heroes of Mexico ? We have the poor generally."-Mobile Register. .&

.and appended to said constitution; and the acts (he moment victory, which the Piedmon. nents. KYELF TO PARTY SCHEMES.-Zachory Tcylor. already had one glorious procession in honor .

0 hereby Congress referred to in the said resolution, arc claim, the fortunate intelligeBce of the A Good Onf.-Tke of the Thunderer of Buena Vista and Monte. Gen. John A. Quit nan and the War.-
JWIWOM amendt o several so that acts the referred land rante, he by said the tall of-Peschiera reached the camp, togetherwith the following good one PitlhurJ Sorewber J'fen lel. What an outrage upon Gen. Taylor it is for rey ; but we are anxious to welcome, "by When this brave hero, who led the storming

I lor resolutioM, and the proceed of lid the news of the decision, by balo of the West a sable knight of the lather and brush, the Federal press to expect him to deny all wholesale, as it were, the gallant soldi,try who party at Monterey, and crried with his glorious

!aD.: 'bfil.lreentumof the neff po union Lorabordy with was performing the operation of shaving a the pledges like the above which he has giv. have achieved such wonder in this war, and the .briIJn frr.of Cha-
lands therein menUoaed. Italian combined seemed hoosier with dull their anti-war surrounded the Stars and Stripes with declared a evenings ago, before
Ihe orby ** Slate in the hal The army highly a very razor. en, in order to stand upon plat- cap ph"Pc
SSKS J0"6" bJ convention m and and lo elated with their prospects ; and the campaign Stop !" said the hoosier, .that wont do." form. How much better will the country like lets of,icor brighter than any yet wor ) audience, that the war with

1 dr-b*lac ree nic t the United Satf; baring now begun In real earnest, we trust M Wat's de mata how?" if he does it ? ; this naioB teca8idoarm. Let u give 'f "dc was ajust" and tla".i. right arm

1. .c. tl entitled. AD at that, either by force of arms, or by come ami. .That razor pulls. them%grand publi rcpio they hang should)! have withered drawn .

:e. ;quiy o( 1 to.aid in the mpvove.sent cable arrangement, will coon b re. "Wel no maLta for dat tab. If de handleob The Tender Patsion.'-Vie notice in up their br.ed; ." We sword in aa unjust war," the sentiment w
o&WMII fn", ad to connect the pac a1 them forth in hop l let welcome them received with cheer upon cbeer. voice
.1 al lath. stAred ( ItalyThe dixorgulzation of nz don't beard's bound to western paper the marriage of Mr. Stone ant : u Te

"M CCD ,Tert.WisD, rffYd ..D tb all gcvcrarcoat &Vieara IJst surely taper- I cum !I" Mrts Mtrbfe.! back in trampb-l. 0. .1 :the pitrtcOwM responded to by poplf.I



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t.; THE VOLUNTEER CLOTHING CHARGE. like pig I" Comforted by these ekgant a.'0. connected ,vithihe a itinn in rlan"? :If the horrid, da" rllhi"ltl. $""""/I'1t is mi'ttlctlo that t" has charged ,
whe they tide FHric
the the the tribute i it however the object of Mr.I t them ..ut, how mwrh worse are they I II is a right inherent '. -
; 3.1yc: We have annihilated thit charge against ranees, audience paid major repeat d'reroua Gen TAVLoa with being .Abolitionist," or every fr..5
)- ,
1 : this is known birnarl' them'etves from the r.l.ii eye I tlo' arr I seal himself( the political principle,anT.!
lliI 'lo
,! f': ; den. Cass, and It would seem unnecessary to, of their applause in buzzas.ALACHUA Till friends,country with whom the only to should remain when they act openly how much mop dangerous .hostile to the interest of .the Sooth." We have ot thC into whose ban i"
j ..\; .slay the siam ;" l IMJI lo 6 make assurance AND MARION CONVENTION.A they deem its ad vita* must they be whrn'lhelt secretly ? Let never said so. We have said, and we repeat it.that government may be thelaulilriC T !*
promulgation Delony 9, 184". XV.
unti hu said the i i. fv- ,
all Gen.TAYLOR ever on subject
4 '. doubly! sure," we lay before our readers a vrrorrduiv Convention of delegates from the Counties ble.- Y. Sun. those who hive yielded to lh. prejudice against To the.point cited ia
1 $ of Marion and Alachua was held accord Conventions by the persuasioni' o f the Sentinel, arabic to the Norther side of the question, and we : your letter I d
l; '<: ; ; 't' letter which is extracted from the myself liberty' to express my fraak l.
t ing 'lo previons notice on the 1st of July, at look well at this unnsnal conduct of the Conventionof have quoted from Northern Whig papers to prove it. Gen. Taylor t.Mr. Bvkey.Jwu .
S l< :' : .Harri5, jrg Union" of the 22J. Il serve, THE FLORIDIAN. doors the He said that the veto power ought not to .13,1347.
I Wacahoota, in the County of Marion for the the\7higJ-this closing of their against b "I hold 06 opinion I )

,}..! I''. beside; to kill two birds with one atone. 11 purpose of nominating a suitable! candidatefor people. How these leaders ran have the consdencfto used by the President on questions of DOMUTIC proclaim to my assembled wwI 8 '
l -- conrm.
Q.; t. o only knoclui up th clothing charge, but i it the office of Senator from the 15th Senatorial .LET U* A LO 1E..' J>ide the dictates of nth a Convention, after all POLICY." Every body knew that the Wilmaf Pro- Taytor to Cop.Allison, 1S

t;.1 fJ\--: comes jint in time to refute a very silly charge District. --_ --_-=-- = _1 ".. Ibey_have said agint Convention, we cannot un visas is a question of" domestic policy,"and wt have till? My CD OpiDIO wtr bte'

.,J ,., # that is now afloat among ,Washington Te Convention was organized bv the dcc. Saturday, July 15, 1848 dtutan. Yet Ibey it. They are condemned omitut proved that TATLOa'.Northern supporters urge him 1817.a. the.D. of the wu.-8pel ,,,, ,

l i. tb Col. COTTON RAWLS, of Marion their own mouths. We are sure they not on to the people, on the ground that he "pledged .
p that the dinner ton Gen.Taylor will b* loan! :
to Tat
If F
\ i lorespldel" a given County, .President, and Joan J. HELVE DEMOCRATIC. NOMINATIONS. find a great number to follow them in their wind not to interfere with the legislation of CongH in t application of 1
'. .
!4:.1: '. 1lc. Critcuden this city, Mr. Senator Cam STO>, F. P. SAXCHEZ, and WILLIAM DEL ing way." the subject of slavery in th Teritorie. Whig party cle desire or expeet Wil ,
FOR FRi.'inej T
) :. .: erot made a speech which leaned to Geneia E qr'.., as Vice Presidents,and GEOUGE HKLVENSTOX what do Ihe Whigs offer us in opposition to the established Allison letter, and by 10? I? .
GEN. LEWIS CASS Pathetic: merit of the Louisiana th
low claims of the North' to what Gen.TAYLon will do dltho Ia.!!
S.-: Taylor How little truth there is in this itn.putation Esq., as Secretary. a stand the former AD. '
I' of wellas
; The delegates or MICHIGAN.TOR Does i not show refnemfnt crult a in the event of his election ? the .IItoY.n
following persons appeared as Nothing-save the Plt"t
sufficiently appears from the follow. snsle and suicid.l inju'diCe. RobertC. on one great. question of principle M !
from the Coun'ies viz lean annunciation that he i i. Southern and
Union. two : VICE EIDET: Winthron is denounced by Northern abolitionistsas a man, a divides and .tlttf the country- ttn I
,4 e: ;r .= jug kuerWasAington[ F BUTLER a friend of the South, he should be at the same slaveholder! There i i. Dot word on record from OF SLAVERY" OTERTERRTYOSY

:' I : Gtnrral Cat* and the rounccr-We are George \ John J. Helvenston, GEN. WILLIAM O. time a* recklessly denounced by infuriate party him (favoring our aide of the question-we are required .etl I. interfere with the a ti ,JffrttttlW C"ttN.

4 : able to lay before the public Brooks Helvenston A. H. Or KENTUCKY.rOR prints at the South, a an he i is great pout pine. Thit I na
: ; ; ". in being Spencer Simon to take it for granted that all we wanton which eltt
hWY Whit can we expect of any Northern Statesman, i if ul we can tatiffied. _'
i... 4 : ';, letterirom (;en. Cameron, fully Brook J. F. McDonald, Gabriel Prielt Jr., COVFRNOR OF FLORIDA : .Ibii course is to be pursued ?" the subject This will not do. We will takeno mera/.d"tlt. C.

: : f : plaining the position of General Cass in Mcintosh, Granville Pritst, Milon GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.FOR This is the say-so of our neighbor of the Sentinel. man upon trust especially when a large partyat .The personal opinion. of .the )

;; '; :: '. nIcrenco to the clothing of the volunteers. Haynes, F. P. Sanchez, Philip Dell. COGRISI: \\'s hope we may hail it as evidence of returning the North set up a claim,founded upon the Omtrar. may happen to occupy the F.tIj iDi'iaa, _
; 'lhis letter shows that General Cass took that Alachua.S.imuel a not to control the action "
." Fro DUVAL.FOR letters, that he will the action oCCngrf vfon "
WILLIAM P. seise of the .injustice" done by Whig papers andpoliticians ow approve of domestic ft
: ., .I '. rourso which wa9 most bnefial.o. the vol Russell, Jeptha Knight', A. B. San- PRESIDENTIAL FLICTOR3 : of the South, to thjse Northrin stales- of' Congress on the Wilmot Proviso, even Iud it plkY'n.Tayl.r's4jj"OGen.Taylor's Lfr.
;. :' untcers, and which no entirely chez N. Stafford, A. E. Geiger, John J. San. on thlslbjedO.
pr GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, OfSz. Johns. own who have taken the side of the South on the tee proper to pass it We KNOW Gen. CASS will titer he would veto the .
1 to all when it understood.. Thomas C. Ellis Samuel Geo. PYlO, menothin.J.
: satisfactory was Geiger.
chez CHARLES II. DUPOXT. Of Gadsden. Uilmot Proviso question.! I i it true that Mr. WmTHROP NOT approve it, but we do not know that Gen. TAT Af. C'ayton i the s b

4 : '. .: 7'the Editors of the Dtmoai Union: M. Galpen, Samuel B. Colding, John P. JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson whose grievances so greatly excite the sympathies LOR will veto it. There is not a Whig in the country .I don't know whether Gen. Taylor trooW

e' . A friend ha put my possession the Crichton, James A. Peden. - -- County. of the Sentinel, both spoke and voted in so far .the public knows who is authorized to the WHtiot Proviso or not."-Col.tit skill,m 'e.
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On motion each allowed twelve from Tennessee. J,
F ,: Reading Journal l.containing letter from Sergeant County was \Vuli to Gen. TAYLOR will veto the Congressman
# Fourth of July every disposition gratify Congress in favor of the Proviso, and in that gave say Prois They may
: .f Wm. Graef of Captain Loeser's com. votes in the Convention, and the Convention friend the and we with them that il is their 'a Beyond 1 question,when Congress uia
our by publishing account. they are :he best evidence of his opposition to I the Sooth;andit say may agree he
.3 which the proceeded to the nomination of candidates. an approve it.-J't' Y.Exfntt.I n
of that following is I
pan!, I tend of the difthat Gen.TAYLOR
.. I kind enough to us proceedings on glorious i is ho true that Southern democrats have con. ."personally"opposed to am 'lo the of
Gen. S. Russell' nominated Gabriel Priest opposed jarudieiieaU
an extract : 4th nevertheless decline their ( the doctrine of the Wilmot but i eurcs any .
we must a. demned him for this course. The Sentinel calls Prliso. they cannot over the
I ;r .. Next let tell bow Senator Cats of Marion County. Congress .ubJec .llery.-a.c. ,
; 0 mo you and throw ourselves their that he will veto it.! And ? Because Gen.
YOU, upon indll enc.We .- this conduct of democrats senseless and say why .In the nomination of CASS
) You Judge Mcintosh nominated Louis Aldrich, Slthr ,- Mtt
the volunteers. will tH
: a f was treated by re. have now in our possession at least five columns suicidal injustice. What "injustice" to condemna TAYLOR has lid, and he has tied his own hands in vention has repudiated the Wilmot *

olec that we (the "oluntfer) were mustered Esq. of Alachna. oftbewe whole of whichwe it that the utterly rejected, and annulled, and PO-
proceeding or mm who opposes our rights and inter I.a. Southerners saying PERSONAL opinions of tit President
the act of May, 1846, Ly which we P. Sanchez'nominated Thomas C. Ellis, o>r f foot. and given to the republic in bin a
; would be to In addition: this net to control the action ,a
j obliged publish. 'to Where will this Whig of Florida pet ought of Congress f
organ date for
were allowed $3 50 per month tor clothing E q., of .Iachua.J. I' the Chie Magistracy who bas
S. ; we have more than twice that, number of columns of to next ? A few weeks it boldly stated that it on measures DOMESTIC POLICY !t" Here i i. where as which pro
F. .McDonald nominated Col. Cotton ago allows
and in R circular dated August 17, 1817, we I' caimed. principle the So
,e. assured of wl of Marion. U. S. Law, Treatie .ic which we cannot lay by \V3 opposed to a rule of Congress, which rrohibited the South is in the dark, and it is what lords( the of making every new Slat hereafter
receiungihe RI
again .
were lam : : and 5 we do not, therefore feel ourselves at liberty to the abolition antI its I North ground for claiming TAYLOR favoring their come into t he Union,a slave Statewithout
stated .that he author reception petitions now a
was alowl
I But it seems that Mr. Caw, with a g',orfecn.Domical Pip VtI, E.t itv an, opposite equal privilege fo the
devote much to the mentioned. and views. They claim that he stand committed, in
so room
of Gabriel Priest purpose a tenftletj suicidal n
injustice" to ,
name Proviso
t heart, offered bill! to came .the vol. I conleD1 was,tt/qt.IA""T0
untecrs to ta furnished I with in kind, and withdrew it. We> trail our friend will ic in t these reasons a :ufkient Mr. WIWTHROP for hi, oppoilioo lo the .South on his Allison and Signal t letter to neutrality and they WHEN MR. CAl WA .NOMINATED;

': :. ,, '. at the same rates according cothin2 grades, as is \! Thomas C. Ellis Esq was present, and excuse for the course we deem it our impertive he slavery question. Let the people of Florida mark boldly avow it to their people. The Whi"!of the faces YE, the who Baltimore voted for him, voted for is an'

d.ity to South hive no data upon which to put in a contra Coltnlimla, nominatedftr
;, for the of the withdrew his name. pursue. these thing the
: : regular
.u '. Thus provided you we he troops'ha reduced our pay for army.. I The President withdrew from the Convention -by-ihe---- are I is further I true, that n Whig of the North has diction ; and they must feel and admit that i if TAYLOR PRov.s-a Presidency renegade A:OPJ of!the:Free EXT States or THE-Wlu.

I. from $3 50 to 82 50. This. I f suppose co.I. his name being in nomination and his see 11pointmrt that our fellow-citizen Jrtitmt.-We, Joint W. Jlea.edto I come out against the Wi!mot Proviso. This high stick to this, and Congress sees proper to pas men' man with Southern Pntplc'-PAiat',. '

r. Ibing compensation we get for fighting our place was taken by William Dell, Esq. one of Esq., has been ,ie-appoint by the President AIG\LI, Re. : wrought pathos of the Sentinel, therefore, would b that iniquitous meaI1f the }'rvit will become a ,port\ of American Southern,a pipe reommende .p

.. . waytoihecapital. As soon a the 1st PennItaniins I the Vice Presidents. eiverof Public Moneys of the Land office in this as murh misplaced with to ;any ether law[ even though Gen. TAYLOR u a Southern man Tcombs of Georgia.Whigs b. Stephens u

:. ,\ received news that iblsfjmous bill t t'f' The Convention then proceeded to vote, city. His appointment }hag been confirmed by the Northern member of its party,:as it i is with reference and a slaveholder.. This is what w'e say,and we ask The principles involved in the U'iJmot Provij

p :. had passed, they extended a rope across the I\ and the vote resulted a follows : Senate. to Mr. WI.VTHROP. i if it is charginj Gen. TAYLOR with beins; .an abo. should be kept out o( the national legislature an*,

.. I :. Main road leading lo tie city of Mexico, and I For Louis Aldrich, Eiq. 17 votes. But if we turn to democrats of the North, we. / litionist ? We scout the allegation. We demand left to the people of the confederacy in their respec.
4 !:. hung poor i, :.:! Some office, Cotton Rawls,_Esq. 7" n- The mail from the East failed entirely on find numbers of the most prominent of them who I Ihe proof. We ask the opposition: to look at the tive local gnvernments..4jen. CASS."Gen. .

.: touched by their politics ordered it to be cut I Mr. Aldrich was declared the nominee ol Thursday last, and hat not yet arrived. We understand openl take the side of the South on this question. question just t as it presents itself, and say i if they can Cass has surrendered himself unconditionally .

.. ;\ down, but the boys had him in his just post/ten the Convention.On (the failure was owing entirely to the sickness They speak, and write and vote against the Proviso. get over the force of thee remark Why we will friends to the of the South Wilmot,and is therefore odious' to all the

: again soon after where he hung till evening, motion of Gen. Russell, .the nominationof I othe stage-driver. Yet! they are denounced by the Wliii; of the South, bring the famous Col. HASKELL on the witnessstand Enquirer i Proviso..'. Y. Courier. If

:. when he was taken down and dom d lo the Mr.I Aldrich was declared unanimous by ---- and at the same time by the al.litionill1 of the and le him bear testimony in the case. Re.

., .. tiakc!" the Convention.On Closed Doors." North. This i is precisely the position of the demo. member that HASKELL. is a Whig member of Congress War against Gen. Cass

; ," .. Having. since the commencement of the motion, a Committee was appointed by The physic is working. The whigs are terribly cratic candidate: for the Presidency-LEWIS CASS. from Tennessee, and is a very ardent admirer The war which the federal whigs are waging igainst -

war, taken a part in all matters relating to the I the President. draft Resolutions expressive fri htenfd. They cannot justify, or I'D anywise de. Put his name in the place of' WINTHROP'S in our extract of Gen. TAYLOR. He i is very likely to know if any the Democratic nominee for President i almost !

cmfr of our volunteers! which have hen I of the sense of the Convention upon the political fend the .secret" doings of their National Convention 'from the and there would be great body docs, what Gen. TAYLRtould do, should unparallelled in the history of that party.-

.. agitated in Congress I am enabled to explain topics of the day, consisting of the fol. and they see with fear and trembling the efeCI force in what is Sentnt said. As it stands, it either justifies Congress pass the Proviso.In They do not attack his,public course at home-tbry

the unfounded charge made-unintentionally, lowing persons : which an exposure of such concealment will have WI.VTHROP'S vote,or is absurd WIJSTHROP voted a speech in the House of Representativesa few are too cautious for that! bottLe warfare partake*

1 have no doubt-by Mr. Graef against Gen. Samuel Russell, J. F. McDonald John P. upon the people. They know that the honest, opcnfac'd for the oviso. For this he 'n rightly denounced by days since, Mr. CLARKE, of Kentucky, put the mure of a personal character. Even the'lemale members

Cass. j Crichton, A. B. Sanchez John U. McIntosh, straight-fernard voters of this country, will the Dtm-Cn! in I the South: But CASS voted against question : of his family cannot etap! They invade the

: .. Tc bill fro the Military Committee, re. I I James A. Pcden, Milton Ilaynes.I not submit to be humbugged by any bargains which the Proviso, and further denies the power of Con- ., Whether Gen. Taylor was a Wilmot Provisoman domestic circle, and seek drag before lh public

hy Gen. Cass, originated with the gal. After retiring a few moments the Commit.. the whig leaders may concoct under cover of" cod greas to ;pa-t' it, inJ still 1 instead of being thanked hy or not ? and called on the South to answer IfCongress I the acts and movement of his household The fo\\1.
: should
.. hnt Colonel Davis: who is pre-eminently the t lee returned, and reported the following Resolutions doors.." The communication of the Central Committee the whole South the Whi; denounce him mot bitterly wou.d he pas veto an il act,or embracing would he not the?Proioprincple. What lowing article from Ibe" Detroit Frtt PrC","Ihowl

friend of the volunteers: and it was intended It which were unanimously adopted, on this subject wlkhve published last and say be is unfit to be trusted by us In b the course of, this man whom they have I the abcminabe: and outrageous practices of the organ

.. for their benefit, and has been of great service viz :- week and which ho voter of the State ought to mi:' which case, then, is there t the greatest injustice" taken ( thrir standard-bearer, instead of. the man whiggery in that city:-

: to them. The volunteers in our army arc al-1 I t 1. Resolved, That we cordially assent to the pleasure of reading has sliired upthe Sentinel in the democrats in denouncing WI.ITHROP for his who (or so many years has been the very pillar of .a THE COURSE OP THE WHIOI.-The Advertiser
the enunciated in the resolutions their parts ? of this has shown Domination
lowed by law S3 50 per month for clothing j jthenvelvss adopted principles at the late National Convention at and all its host of scribblers, to the highest pitch of vote against the South, or in the Whigs in denouncing .Mr. HASKELL. I wi answer the gentleman if of Gen. CAto a resort dispositionsince to any mat-

while the regular soldiers are I| vexation. They know not what to say-xvhere to ." who voted in favor of Ihe South ? he will allow toe first propound an interrogatory ter how low. and even to invade his house to find

clothed hy the government. I this country, I II" j Baltimore, and Ielc\'e them to be the true begin or where to stop. The physic is too much There is danger, Mr. Sentinel, in with to him. means to abuse and vHUfy him. The editor has

'here clothing is cheap, this sum is more than principles of the faith, and that for them. They hate wholly lost control of themselves tn-o-cdjted tools. The facts state plyinl .Mr. CLARKE. I had supposed that the gentleman shown a willingness to impugn the motives of .Ihe
sufficient but when Mexico I, we pledge ourselves to the support of the candidatea you applicableto was going to enlighten me by answering my ladies of his household for some contribution 'lo'
.f. ; our troops got to : for President and Vice President of and 1 the consequence is that they are floodingthe Mr. CASS, and, if your comment be true. you are question. I do not stand here to answer his ques charitable purposes made even one year ago. nit .:.

where the prices of every thing were greatly I I whig organ all over with the offal. of their in- guilty.'"f "iendcu and suicidal injustice." Think tion. is meanness even Mend what many had nppoMd
the United Conen.tion
;J enhanced, this sum was found to be inade I presented by th fltmed pasico. So be it ; but we are sorry for I them. of tint. .Mr. HASJELL I call on the gentleman to answer the editor capable of. but tee are not surprised.- W- 1

quate. The clothing being scarce, too, the I to the American people. may the Sentinel and its co- djutors wince I have evidence in our possession 'lo sbow that it i it D--\.,
I volunteers often in distress while the 2. Resolved, That we believe .the Demo. Wel Geu. Taylor never surrenders.*' .The CHAIRMAN. Does the gentleman from old rail in his cbarcterand that such JDnD..w
were and writhe under such of the '
exposures proceedings Kentucky jield the floor ? hat before been lesorted for The fon .
to gain. w-t
candidates for President and Vice Pres-
1 .. "ae ._ regulars were comfortably clad, because the cratic of their Convention. Such confused and tumultuous Said. Gen. TAYLOR in his letter of April 20, iSIS, .Mr. CLARK' I object because the gentlemandoes note was addressed to the Advertiser by Mr.1 .

. 4. .. quartermaster's department had an abundance ident of t the United States by their intelligence scenes havetieen rarely i if ever enacted in this country to the editors of Ihe Richmond Republican: hot answer me. I put a question and desire a drick one of our most respectable citizen,and a. -

5-,.. of clothing on hand for their use. The distresses their virtue' and patriotism commendthereJvts by any enlightened body of men, were witnessed I I do not design i to withdraw my name if Mr. Clay rattgoncal answer whether he has satisfactory author uniform whig. t
of bravo made known to the respect and esteem and deserve I b< the nominee of the Whig National Conventionand for saying that Gen. Taylor would veto the DETROIT.June 9, iSIS.'a "
our men were in this memorable in Phila-
whig gatheiing in this connection, I to Wilmut Proviso Gentlemen of the Advertiser I pined to
the gratitude of the American people ; bf g permission rem.ak. : was
to General Cass and others, by letters from and their have full delphia. But it was not enough that they disgusted that the statements which have been so positively .Mr. lUsKELL. Has the gentleman aothtrity see the enclosed paragraph in your paper of yester'
by public acts given assurance
; the army ; and upon consultation, this bill themselves, and every body else by their scrambling, made in !ome of' the Northern prints. to the effect, for sa}mug as much for Gen.Cass:? [H.mmer. ham. day.

was passed, allowing the volunteer! to receivefrota that if elected their administration will their noise and contusion," but to make the mat that should.Mr. Clay be the nominee of the ll'u'g mer ] :. I am aware that it was called out by the fact
the stores if desired it be distinguished by a strc adherence to Republican ational Conrftiol.1 had stated, that IiroutJ .Mr. CLARKE I nrderstand. that we have.- having been communicated to you that Mrs. Case
'0 b government they a sacred regard ter len-fol wor'e, they at last drove cut tbe people not fvffer my name In be vied,"are not correct, and Will the gtntleman from Tennessee anstetr now 1'MrHASKELL. :attended a small missionary Sunday school, in a .

., : whatever articles, apparel they might need, for the principles by of each and who were mere spectators and shut the doors upon hate no fuut.dation. in ant oral, or written remark of I dDI.'IID. mote and long neglected part'ol' the city where her
...:. at the price it had cost the United States rights every, them. They continued their disorderly session with mine. Il has: not been' my intention, at any moment "Mr. CLIRRE. lir, is a Southernman interest has been enlisted since it* organization a
which found he part of the Union. to ition withdraw who has taken an active part in bringing for and when she ill attend in
on computation, was to 82 50 I closed doors." No tt. know change my po -or to my year ago ; was too to per.
month for each man. In other words, the 3. Rcsoltxd, That the domestic policy of, one was permitted tanefiom the canvass, whoever may be the nomineeof wad Gen. Taylor, telling us he don't know what son,she sent ten dollar to purchase books (or that
0: .the present Administration meets' our full up. : what was going on. They were pretending to actor the National Convention, either of the Whig or \ould be the course of his candidate. same school. It i i. also known that her house bas
.: 4 government agreed to sell to the volunteers ( the claimed be Dfcino.T&tic i .Mr. HAIKKLL. I can tell what I believe.I .
and that in its relation people whose delegates they to parl\ you been open for the meeting*of the Orphan .A -
-I their yearly clothing at the rate of $2 50 probation ; to foreign I believe Gen. Taylor i i. opposed to the doc'; of tion ever since her return (rom France and mainly
per Governments it has had the strictest but still the people were not allowed to see or know In the face of this, the Louisiana Delegation declare
S month, while it to them, by previous W8, regard the Proviso. because her health would not admit her going out to !
gave to .the honor and interests of the country. what they did. Our opponents see that such dark, in Gen. TAYLOR'S behalf that- .Mr. CLARKE. Do you believe he would veto it? meet the association elsewhere. Ycu are at liberty '
93 50 month in cash from which to make
.4. per 4. Resolved, That we will use all honorable and mysterious doings will rouse the indignation o( "By the act of ulilinl with this Convention hisfritnd' Mr. HASKELL. (in his seat ) 1 don't know. [A I to call Sunday schools 'little matters;" but if you

._. the payment. Thu you will see, 1lesr. efforts to secure the election of the nominees all intelligent men ; they see the tempest already I withdraw! name from the canval. unless laugh, with Ihe noise of Ihe hammer,and some con- can descend to things so vile a* to impugn the motives
Edir"r instead of taking a dollar :, tie be the nominee of this Convention! fusion., ] of a pious Sabbath school teacher and follow
4 and its
brewing counteract
of the Madison State Democratic Con. they are trying to
\ General Cass was instrumental in vainly And to make assuran.-e doubly sure, :self-consti .Mr. CL.IRKE resumed,declaring that here was a with your political poison the charitable and truly
.. vention. fury by attacks upon the Central Commilee. Thisis palpable and deliberate attempt to practise a fraud philanthropic acts ot a Christian female, who seeks
giving them; a dollar a month more than theywere tuted committee go off post ru*>le to wail on the General
p'. 5. Resolved, That the conduct of Captain i a great mistake-a most utterly futile labor.- upon the people of the South-a cold.blot fraud, only-as she hast ever done-to benefit the orphan
lt '. by previous laws, and of giv. and on their return made: the following announcement
/ for the purpose ol reaching power tu and' children ol' will leave
Gabriel Priest, as Senator from the 15th Sen. They can never shift from the Whig Convention regard ignorant our city, you not
j ing too. the only means by which : principle. The fact wa unmistakable for the declaration
they *
; such corrupt effusions at my door but tend me your
the Central Committee the and
atorial District meets and upon as
our unqualified strong
be furnished with comfortable( wan before that his did
could clothing .We are authorizeJby Gen TAYLOR to say, that now us !supporters bill to-morrow morning and oblige
., .. in a foreign land. Without this law, while warmest approbation ; and that the Demo truthful a strong. language of PATRICK hENRY, the course of the Louisiana; delegation in the Whig not know whether Gen. Taylor would exercise the Your, truly, It. N. KENDRIC'a.

". i the have been well clothed cratic party have cause to regret .the voluntary i that .under the abominable of political secresy Convention, lately cmbled at Philadelphia, meets veto for I the protection ofmi oltie. He challenged
regulars woul retirement from public life of so faithful and awl contrivance, your (I the people's) most valuablerights with his his entire,full and unequivocal approbation he production of any writing saying ol Gen. Tay- We believed then and we believe now, that the
) ..s> from our military stores, the equally influential be -Bailie Peyton, Logan L'unton.A. C Bullitt. bar! by which he sto committed upon the question rule [excluding abolition petition] was in direct
I servant.The without !
volunteers have been a public may by a corrupt faction, efa national
." meritorious might suffer. .acjud protective trif. dirrbution. conflict with the CODitirulioo-SmtiJItl,June 20.
'i .: lug for the want of clothing in a distant land, fullowing Resolutions! were, on motion, having the of knowing who injuredyou. Gen.TAYLR unconditionally!\surrenders What independent treasury, or upon any great question Exactly Mr. FUlmore't notion On the 14th of
." a fall was there my eountr.\men! which divide the
adopted viz : shallow a trick do. The country.
., where thewere beyond the reach of sympathy unanimously} S "i never people December 1841,Mr.dams presented a *vast num.
continued to the close of the hour holding
That the and unanimity will still -
Kfsoloed. the
.' of their relatives and friends. No man harmony a 1 why great Whig Convention .Clay and Bolts for Taylor.-We have information the attention of the committee to his remark ber of abolition petitions,"and among them one from
of this Convention of the closed its doors
0 give earnest and what done in that .secret
: a in this country has stronger attachments for SIC. wa in an authentic form, that Mr. Clay i!about to upon the ominous a.d unworthy silence which was Ohio lecturing Congress for daring to refuse a reception -
the private soldiers tban.Gen. Cans. Like all cess of the Democratic party in the Counties session, which was unfit to he seen or heard by dye in hi, adhesion ion to the nomination of General made to conceal nearly all Gen. Taylor opinions, of th* insulting petitions of abolitionists! Mr.

., .. men who have risen from humble life, his of Marion and Alachua. them? They know that all despotic and tyrannical Tailor, and cal upon his friends: lo enlist under the which the people now required, and had a right to Adam moved to refer the matter to a committee of
Resolved That the thanks of this Conven. Taylor Mr. Holts has that this i i. Mr. know
.. and governments, where the people have no liberty or !tIM
sympathies feelings are readily excited in nine. A motion wa then made to lay Mr.Adams'motion
Clay's determination, and there could be no better Now, here i is one of TAYLOR'S right hand-men
tion are due to Cot. Cotton flaws for his do their
L. .. behalf of those who have none to protec gen. priiegel. \01 in secret, with closed authority than tint.. Mr. Bolts will himself, it is whom oe the table,on which the yeas and nays were
them. He might forget the demands an crous and able conduct a President of the doors, and they will alk. and still ask, why the said, soon corn out with a letter addressed to the sl.y -holr 10-lea. a man to TAYLOR admitted taken, and resulted yeas 87,nays 90-FUhnore, Gid

::.' officer high in command, but he could not Convention, and to the Vice Presidents and whig leaders did the same thing-why tlfylolow.& Clay Whigs of Virginia, in which he will give reasons that he was a" Whig and a quarter ovr"- dings, Slade.stnd Winlhrop voting HO WILLIAM
Secretary. for their prompt and faithful per. so bad an the ofccresy for coming finally in'o the Tj 'lor rur enf." who I don't know" whether TAYLOR will veto the
overlook the wants of a private soldier. eun.ple-wby !
formance of their duties. "abf.linabl'ei [Correspondent of the Journal of Commt Proviso or not. if it passes Congress Can the 0. BCTLER voting aye-2d! session Nth Congress
t It is due to Sergeant Graef to add that thehumane close concealment, utter datknes, were
: 16. The matter was finally ordered to lay over.
The National Intelligencer the p.
fvllow- the honest of
The Convention was addressed by James publishes Whigs expect yeomanry the country,
thought in
intention Congress, in the c necessary, their Convention ? No shifts,
... \ of this law, was, for a time, interrupted paua by;.a A. Peden, Esq., fn :very eloquent and inter or turns, or evasions,will turn aside these questions.The ing positive refutation of the rumor, probably from in the face of such universal ignorance on this important Messrs. Editors:-.Plete inform the public wimab
esting speech. I the Hun. gentleman hicmlf. Mr. Bolts is still in a subject, to rally around TAYLR. at Ihe nod the Sentinel means by 'a Common People and oblige -
decision of the accountant: which people Floridi, and the whole S.uthhave
.' After the business of the Convention: fog: and beck of the .motley crew" who have taken him A Seeker Knowledge under Difficulties.
it the construction to be alarmed
f of him reason this
t. gave complained by particular by proceeding
.e.,. '' soon this construction known; concluded, cx-Gov. Wm. P. Duval was intro. t U not idle fear are made to 'tee!, when theysee "Messrs. Editors :-You are authorized and reqUft'd in charge ? If they do, we .tell them they are mis [ We presume the Sentinel means people who, itt
I they
u a a \a duced to the by James A. Peden t to state that the above paragraph, in the taken. However much we may all admire Gen. the expressive language f Mr. CABEXX." own few
fr tAlierr, the subject was re-eiamined at the in. Convento politician, 'from all parts ol the countvy meet "Sun" of Ihil dale, (\\t\ten\ from the New York slaveholders "
slaves"-or who ,
I fr "*Stance Gen. Cats and others and the con. Esq., and a most eloquent an forcible together in do what is always done by the Journal of Commerce.) has not tic! !Iihlel foundation TAYLOR for his good qualities I a soldier, we can or no are sot"arge

f struct c intended by Congress given ta the address, touching upon the political democrats openly, in the presence of all men and afernatds in truth. Whatever course Mr. Bolts may not forget his position placed in ita he i,too,by like our worthy represeetatve.-EDS. FLO J, ? '

.l law ; which authorizes the volunteers! to receive questions of the day, and enforcing with great find the result to be a bargain, by which a deem it his duly to take in the premise!, it i is certain his own frind, and lose sight of the truth, that War! War I-We observe that whig newspa-

..'- : from the stores the ability the doctrines of the Democratic parly. candidate is that he has not. given and ,.il not give authority while a man may he a good soldier he may b a for Gen. .1
public same 'TAYLOR the bonot
clothing brought 'forth for the Vice Presidency |to any oth r lo speak for ; but will speak for per are claiming
.. as is now furnubed to the regulars, but does motion, it was who vote that it it not a violation of the Constitu- himself when in his:opinion the proper time shall very poor Prefident of the United States !' having ended the Florida War. Thi is a misfaVe.Gen. .

.. not compel them to take it, at 82 50 a month, Kesoltfd. That the proceedings of this Con. ion to abolish slavery in the of Columbiaor have arrived. He disclaims any authority to speak T. left the command >n 1840.and was succeeded
vcntinn h* published in the Florida Herald Jilrc for Mr. Clay." \Taiistippi -The Democrats of Jackson, Mississippi -
t v T-- '.* its actual cost in the United States, without in the Territories %Vas it for this that the doors by Gen. AAHSTKAD, who was succeeded intl*
and .the Tallahassee Democratic held a large ratification meeting a few days
;. transportation or other charges. papers. were closed ? Was it the stab at the South which >-Gen. TAYLOR that he has been. the month ol June, 1541. bf the gallant WORTH. The 3
On motion, the Convention adjourned sine says since at which several returned volunteer were
J .\ ,. As I have heard Sergeant Graef spoken o die. resulted from the secret session ?" Let these frontiers for forty years, and has, therefore, bad lit. present, and participated in the meeting. The Wunssippian war was not concluded until S44nd to Col. (noW

.' C as a gallant soldier, bo will 1 am sure, COTTON RAWLS, Ch"n. things be connected cOd doors" and an aboli. (te opportunity to make himself .arqminted with ; : Gen.) WORTH is to be ascribed the honor ol bringing

:.. he conies bome.lke a true Pennsylvanian, be GEORGE HELVENSTOJT, SC'y.Arrica ionut candidate. -and the people will see whether the various political topics of the day. In view of .These men says entertain for Gen. Taylor the greatest the Seminole war lo aa end. Ce). W. was materially -

: .: among rt acknowledge the injustice the Whig Convention meant any goo to the South this fact,the Mu!coeee Democrat waggishly propose and affection, and have entire confidence in assisted in cutting off the guerrilla band of

: .. he has done to General Cass. Mr. MitchcVs; Brother.-A pro. by putting on the veil of secresy. that a Board Profensort be selected to instruct rtpec a a General ; but their princpipl they will the enemy by various volunteer companies, headed

% .,' : SIMON CAMERON. "Jnd o was created among the Irish The leaders whiggery in this Slate have brought the illustrious pnj t il in the scientific and (the never surrender for any man. feelinzotevery by citizens of the Territory ; and probably the last
.s. /June 19 184S.Rffttgtrt Democrat with whom we have met who ha
.; \.UHL"GTo residents of New York yesterday, by the ar. themselves into a worse predicament in this nutter amenities"and suggests (deferentially,we suppose,) been connected with the army in M >ico." severe blow struck it the war was made by a party

'. ; rival in tbe Brittannia of William Milcbel, than their fellows elsewhere. For a long time it the following Faculty: of volunteers from Jefferson county, under the PClft"

-- "- : fr0 Marini.Tle scbr. Esq., brother of the celebrated patriot. Immediately has been a labor of love with them particularly with I' Prof of NalivUm, Peter Sken Smith, of Penn! wf'll n &tme1"iof lt.- *\lne Xrvers.- mand of Col. WM. BAILEY That fight occurred on

;(.,:" : Henrietta, Cap nnD.Y: hereon on the arrival of the steamer be their organ, the Sentinel to render C"nentionl' Banking and Finance, Jacob Barker, of La. It is said to be a well authenticated fact in the life of the 14th or 15th of Augul, 1842, and receivedfro'

1 Friday St., Thomas brought with proceeded to the Astor house, in odious in the estimation of the people. They have 'a Constitutional hair-splitting,W. L. Yancey.., Gen. Zichary Taylor I bat he never chewed tobacco Gen.CALL,then Governor of (Ihe Territory beaeen'ble
:. 'her dozen company Virginia Attractions. John Minor B -ne er drunk rum-never smoked a segar-never
$ some paateiigen, comprising t".oor with a few friends, and throughout the day spoken of them as gatherings of political gam Arts &. Iron Manul'rs, Stewart of Penn.Fourierisni owed a man a cent-never was sued-never sued anyone notice in his annual message to the Legulat v

a 4'k:. t three flmiea refugefrom the atrocities : h wa viftited by hundreds of our public men, blers"-as meetings of corrupt and factious men-as and Socialism, Horace Greeley. himself-never w. dunned-never dunned any: Council.

r : nf the Mad. Martinique. They bad ccaed; ] Irish. leaders, editors, &c., &c. The objectof impositions upon the people-and they have diligently .. Belles-Let. nl\! Tom Corwin. body and never lost a battle.-"?4.'paper. ta
4t from Martinique and arrived at,St. Thomas, .I sought to public sentiment against International Law To these might be added, that Taylor has 'a The people have a right, in respectful term
this sudden and visit fo this task
Theory Treaties, Daniel held Congress for think proper
from whence they made their here. never a civil office-never voted-never committed petition any thing they
_ way country is understood to be connected with them. Men who have talked thus, must stultify Ingratitude of Republics!, Henry Clay himself to the Whig party, whose candidate "Sentinel,June 20. .

Ctic Prooft, of Gen. Ta-.lor' Polif- some movement in relation to his brother, and themselves, before' they can attempt to justify the he is-and never will b elected Preniident.-Las- So Mr.FVlmore thought, when, on the 21st Jvne.1gB. *

rj: i .- the Faneual Hall meet- I Ws country, but the exact nature of that move conduct of the WUi j Convention. !Democratic Cone r.. OJ.-The New York True Sun contains the caster Intelligencer. he voted to lefer a petition asking Congtett t*

:, on Friday flight Major Gai e said in a merit has not transpired. Some assert that vent ions, which they have abused 1 much, never- following 'extract of a letter from the Chairman of f:r- We would inform the Timts that the statement abolish slavery in the District of Colombia and i a

tnN of absolute.triumph, 6 I know Gen. Try. be brings an order from the British Government ; retired to work in ..'re nor ever had any .thing to the Ohio State Central Committee : that the resolutions of the Michigan"l. af. the Territories t* a committee, with iastrnctUM *

4 ;: W. I have ate, with him in hit tent, and in releasing his brother from confinement, do, which they were not willing (or the people lob Look out for Ohio! We will sweep it clean of firming the doctrine of the Wlmot Paoli".were report thereon .

hU house, and entertained. him at my own.- on condition that he settles in America, and present at. I they were bad,still they stood out in whiggery)of ill descriptions. The whole West wi submitted to Gen. Cass and the draft now bears the
oil a voice that will startle the interlineations of character & j ..
up a to strengthen their ,.
i't He looksJiLe hat he Bermuda the broad light of day. Not in the Whig Con unite Hamilton Cosumty.-JosiAfl T. BAIMCX
: I fcotv he is a whig a whig; proceed immediately to to 1 cannot be think. Yon never saw such the hind-writing of Caw himself"has been fo .
I be walk lie a! whig; and, .for hit talk, obtain lift release. Another rumor is that heUiU vention.. They shut themselves up. They did what wry-facet u the whigs put on. We have good news most emphatically dn md disproved.-Richmond Democratic candidate'for the Lejirfaf m > Vf? :',,'
why b talks loorelikeawb'glbanapijfsqueal. ibis country on 'a important minion j it waj Delnr to cooccil. Now, if Convention' I (romtU.tue.Stitc." E'vrr..)' ilten Ccmuty. '

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: .Tb same s.naa.rr44.grestly: in this region ANOTHER WHIG GUN 1-THE WAR that th war debt is Do estimated at more than sixty The following i copied rlnl the Zanesville (0. Me*>rt. Editor*:-J!I very rare' that ] AN APPUC.\ if I" j

0, popularity of tbe ticket writes a corresponA DEBT. millions; .n(hat a portion( this amount is made bio) Aurora, and is the testimony of a brave mi trouble an editor to pblih'aD1 o tbe pro J.i oftIse Gte.' FIos'idatora

A tl the BaltJsMrsPsrJSnW$ from an abolition! re- The whigs bare been in tbe hhC of elnto up of the loan just effected on such aduteo who.was present and witnessed the heroic conduc I ductkms of ray brain DO' at this charter of rfteorperstioa 0 tin ftoeUMsdct.'* o
.The Southwestern Rail Florid*
iot is Ohio. lExsclly.nd it was for thir ery the amount of the debt incurred by wa. a terms. This loan will furnish the means meeting of Gen. C.I a the time of Hall's surrender: lime, but I was e on perusal ofthf July !. Si e 3o

(|>.G. that his tame was tacked on to the ticket.fitboiit ; .- rightful extent. Mr. Webster began with an expenditure contingent expenses which may have occurred u LC feal1! repeal her foolish (aol a.. Sentinel of tbe 4th< instant,with its utter'rc. I.! .

that leaven Wilmot Proviso abolitionism, of half million a day; and be then added during the progress of the war and not yet adjustedat CU! Her most silly onf tbat hdid lessnesft, ta I cnDo refrain (rom Wat

Urnburning abolition Whip of Ohio and New the prediction, on the floor of the Senate, that in I the proper oces. This; debt has been contracted not break his lt on heating of Hull's surren wor or two Iftbe statements of that paper A SATO i>a pr'aiJ,

fa is bitter dose all the Erst of the the debt would der. Below we a letter from Sire Willis,a Mr. CABS is much fitter for the xi. o acdemy. by a young gentleman ..h
far* would not swallow it. It s year war, war run up : during a war which has settled longstanding disputes old and highly citizen of county, on b corncl experience IN giving intrpctiM ia the .
fefe ;
,-in the Weds,East,South and North. They to one hundred Billions; and,during the last sessionof with Mexico, that were pronounced years ago the subject. a get letters from olh.l. we haler tbe Presdential char There is branches wf Eiiglith Classical, and Mathematical rnt

urallow the pill in the free S-ates because, though Congress, members did not bewitate to run up the by Gen. Jackson as justifying a war with Mexico. think, who were eye-witnesses of the transaction.This .- no othi.. life which has tbe least good education and is In every respect qlife to prepare

is a slaveholder. Fillmure is with them heart estimate to one hundred and twenty millions for the The war which we have,jai concluded is, too. the' abuse of Gen. Cass is not at all detrimental to qmiityin it-all are eril. Is it not strange yodth* (or any eolfeia th Th spilicant .
Tsjlw his of election to the furnish .
Presidency. The ca ability and char
tad foal proviso'. every thing else; and in the war. And i was but the other day that a candidate mol brilliant one that graces the annals of any na prOpt.aD support of old companions in arms that such an abandoned wietch-one to Ior acter,and will be Ilia with a moderate*alrrAddres .

Sooth they swallow ,Fillmore because Taylor goes (U the governor's chair of a southern State did net tion. I has covered us with glwry. It has terminated is called o these attacks :' to every sense of good, could for 1 long a p W. .. Saa.Gs

hesitate state it at hundred toillion in honorable ZANCSTILX.C, Ohio June 19, 15 15. have possessed the confidence of tbe July 1. 1 -
.rstaudt1iey mUtt cot be selfish! If they to one and fifty ; a most peace. I has secured ample rio &s :
JOWB To Editor of the Aurora: that ol tbe emi
$r.geDerouItypIrDitted by their Northern brethrento To show how extravagant alt these calculations indemnity the past and security for the future. t In the Zanesville Courier of this date I noticed people-should: have some often appointed In WokuUa Circuit Co.

have the first office, they most not find fault with are, we lay before our readers a very interesting doc We may consult the history of any people article headed "-The Broken Sword," in nent Presidents 1 I SPRING TERM. .

tbe character of the man offered for the second office! ument for which we are indebted to a member of ,r and we shall seek in vain for a more glorious war, which it ;is stated that the honor of breaking his lira to so many high and responsible offices, Thorestin Lump in. Agent fOr !

This would be ungracious..Fillmore adds greatlyto I Congress, who obtained it under sanction of the or a more satisfactory peace. sword is" borrowed or rather stolen capital ; thai and that the American ro.ll by their ap Robert Lumpkm.lTilK.miC.rpr.lrr.. Atachment t.
it was Gen. McArthur and not Gen. Lewis Cass, >roval of his course, to him f }} Debt 9IX1.
tbe strength of the ticket" with the abolition Statement of the debt of the United State o the 4th March, lft-15, amount tineepmd, and the balanceof who broke his sword at the lime of Hull's surren .Well done thou good and faithful servant" BDd ilb. .

Whig of Ohio and Taylor adds greally to the the debt remaining unpaid which vat due the .4th March, 1843, and the dett incurred since, up to der. Nw it may be that Cot McArthur did break defendant and others interested will lake
he attX -
to rPllp
Vby> ,
of the ticket" in the slaveholding States.- 2DJA June, 1S4S. his for he was a and a brave man ;_ according Sentinn ncveiJJid .
strength I .wor tice of the institution lbs above suit by at t:
Balance of said but i tbe wrsterofthisdid not see or hear of an act, in the \"holf coure life, politicalor u !
and I'll tickle elbow Swallow and and to the declaration
Tickle; my back your Debt on 4th Paid to 20th debt unpaid it at the time But I did see Col. Cass break hi. private that was right acid proper. He tadmfnt. appear plead J
; within the time law
Tlylc'.abc we'll swallow Fillmore' We take March. 1845.. June, 1849. 20th June 1849. sword at .he picket where Gen. Brock, the British never broke his sword when ordered to yield fld case II.prescribed N. GRAY by

Taylor. ffI y the North-we take Fillmore returns Principal and interest of the old funded and unfunded debt, $176.450 55 $ 7,263.O: s'i.' '"' 15 cnmmarxVr, met Colonels McArthur and Cass above t-he first ad r i .ed, and afterwards condemn. I Attorney l.r Plaintiff. .,
issued the of 1BI2 4.317 44 the Well '
Ttenury notes during war 4,3t744 Springs below Detroit. I was
tbe South. The North .y.Tay1or"beIieeii1avery standing July 1. 1SISSO 3mPROSPECTUS
Certificates of Mississippi stock, 4.3 09 4,32 09 within sixleet of Ccl.l CM at lbs time; anll never ed (be surrender of Hull-he is a man in I -
to be a curse to the country and desires its extermination Debt of the corporate cities of the District of Columbia.at5i will forfet the indignation and mortification be whom we find nothing but duplicity, deceit J.;

,and is opposed to the farther extension cf slave per cent.. per act 20th May 1835. payable $60.0 exhibited a time. and f Notwithstanding the abuse or :

., territory" and we will therefore swallow him ; the per annum 1,20,0 00 180.000 0 1.1',0 0 These sily attempts to depnve Gen. Ca ss of his which lseho. candiate if
notes of the issue of 1837 to I heaped on our yet The Southern Gazette
musn't be .b-4h..t would Outstanding treasury 183. 221.07.3!! 167,359 patriotism ind courage, made by men or the sons of literary : :
we be
soBSch Treasury notes issued prior to 22d July. 1840 rnndt under men who kpt shady in those dark dais will only say one word even disrespectful of t heirs, theyare
like the locofocos-we take M your own Fill I the act of 2th! January. 1847,14th MX Iign. payable31st have the efftct to rally to hisstandard all the soldier up in arms. We must no speak one OX .OCalAL.aATCBDAT, THE 13TH GT MAT.. m

WOTS." What aa **arrangement !" as it is called by I December, 1667. 12 .72 0 of ]1912. C.I Cat was loved by all Ins men. II word of barm against old Zack nor VVhitey. EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS. :
s New York paper. The slavebolder and the abolitionist Lan ol 2lst July. 141, payable 3lst December. 1S44. 210,314 04 210,814 S4 could! not beolherwise, for he loved them all, and committed in t.
of 15th 642.6percent..pable.. 3Ist Dec. 1862,' '', '.6 031 S.379.3S6 03 did all he :nuld to promote their comfort. My They never an improper act all THERE is not, South of (he Potmac. a single:
OB the same ticket!molasses and vinegar in Loan of 3d March, 1S43,5 per cent., pa'ble. 1st July, 1S3, 6.004.231 35 6,604,231 35l7.7SS,79 voice and mj vote are for Ca s and Butler. heir lives ; neither would we with to detractne l whose sole object t delo and m;
the same pot. What's-molasses to us is vinegar to WM. WILLIS. iota from the fame of Buena Vista's hero, foster literary tae and talent in the SGh; this

tketn-and wb t'. molasses to them is vinegar to ua $ 62 $1,52V469 25 $16.327,539 37 nor shall the scurrility of our opponents pro. fact is certainly a sufficient reason ( earnest at. -
In 1S40 the to establish such The failure of 1"J
was securities tempt a journal.
ThIaaa.4t4Um..sead&groatIytohe.trengthV government .
4 r Debt incurred since 4th 1845. at 10 per discount- debt forty mil- voke us to say one unjust word against a man previous efotl cannot be regarded by intelligent
ef tbe ticket" among tbe abolitionists of Ohio-tnaik jfacl clnt. who has done the Slate service." We .
lions-her revenue wholly insufficient to meet her some mind as such an attemptTboee f'
Loan of 22d July. 134C, at 6 per cent., payable 12th $4,999.149 45 ammeatagnt
/ list!-and tb. name of Taylor adds greatly to the Lan of 2Sth January, 1847, at 6 per cent.. payable 31st Dec. 1867. 12.SS0.272 03 expenses. Succeeding to this heritage of debt. and will render unto Caesar the things that are failures probably were the rri -

; Strength ef tbe ticket" among the slaveholders of the Slok issued in pa>mcnt of the 4th and 5th instalments ol the Mexican disorder. Whigs paid off the debt"replenished his.)i As Brutus said ol Casar, so would eof i suit of circumstance DO longer nihn. Tbe need
indennntv. 10th after 9th the Treasury-and placed a surplus in Polk's hands of such al organ in our midst, 1 acknowledged I
Sooth-mark that! Now. subtract Tajlor' name 5iwrceot.Pr act August.l8.1f3payabie Gen. : U As he was fortunate we
all of which Taylor that not to to the"i3en-
is expended,and accordir to Senator' attempt supply
303.391 04 g
from the ticket here and who among the slavehold. Stock A'ust.lS5I in, of military bounty lands,at 6 per cent., per act Critfenden, liabilities are incurred lo the amount of rejoice at it, I be \8 valiant we honor him, cieny, would indicate a' disregard of the signs of .

jag Whigs would for a moment think of voting ftr llth 1'.Me February payment, 1S47, pajable pleasure of the government. 147.500 $SI85,000.000 about twice the actual amount of fut a be is (politically") ambitious, we wi the times scarcely more surprising than inexcusable.The .f t

Fillmore Not"one, we venture to say. He could! Outstanding treasury notes of the issue of 22d July 1S46- 13,12.65 0 gold and silver in the whole! countrv.. "-Sentinel, lay him"_" not that we love Caesar progress 0' the age,and tbe raoid advance
11.What. the South in Commerce, Manufactures, and Internal
of the issue of 2Stb January, 1647, July "
sot obtain one hundred votes in our entire Slate; and Outstanding treasury notes S31,05S,7fi2 49it9G,321 but Rome more. I hope every democrat demand. '
Improvements imiKratively (correspond"
IM would be opposed mainly on the ground of his a terrible array on-paper,but a few "facts rill be actuated .by these sentiments, and no' in; advance in literature. To aid in this great objecf I

nltraism on tbe proviso; and slavery questions. $ 5o. from the record" will scatter the Sentinel goblins How the abuse of tbeir opponents to excite he .e tabli"be i Weekly Journal al the seat ;

The S>uth could not and would not support him.- Included in this sum is $128,723. for the reimbursement of notes fnnded. like that be'ore the 1ind.U Her debt forty mil them "to fight tbe deyi with fire." The difereace of the Georgia acid rallied around it r1.

Bat how is the matter mended bv putting TI lor'. t By the act of 27th Juue, 1846, section 2d, the sum of$04,500 was cancelled of the loan of 15th April, lions"-the public debt on the 4th of March 1841, between Whigs and Democracy the The best Editor writets is of assured the South.of the support able :: .

same back on the ticket l Does it change Mr. Fill- I 542.- TRIASCHT DXPARTME.M- Office June when the Whigs succeeded to power was$7,454,467 is,that the former has no principles to cottend coadjutors in the Orion Magazine, and al oCbl much :t
Register 21,1S4S.
BOTC'S views Is he not the same man he was be-I DANIEL GRAHAM -,8 ,learn from the report of Daniel Graham fur, and consequently their only hope of sue. t other assistance from the most prominent writers of .

fore-the same sympathizer with abolitionists and above sum c.f 19.196,321 6i.i i. the aegrsgate amount of the rublic Register.The Reg-ster of the Treasury, dated June 21, 1843.- cess lies in humbug erI. detraction, gulling, the South. The G.AXETTC Lrcnade. up of matter both :

the opponent of the South' It; he not the same debt recorded in this ofct; of that amount $3ISOS,762 49 (see above) has .The Whigs paid off the debt"-tbe public debt on &c.-but while the democrats / original and of selected; and comprises.Criticisms Tales Etays, irll
Sketches Travels and General
Poetry ,
been incurred July, 164G. the 4th ol March, 1S45, when Mr. Pclk took the administration LuefeJprin- ;
Millard Fillmore whose nerves were shocked: at iples for which they are i.I Miscellany of information ia all departments of "
There remains to be paid; into the treasury umler the acts of 22d July,
reading advertisements; offering to buy and sell negroes 1516. 291h January. 1S47, and 31st March, 1&4S 17,552,128 55 of public affairs into his hands, was no necessity of their resorting to similar means.I Lie-rtorf. Art and Science. Particular attention i ":

in the Washington papers? I he not the same 811.188.19902:1 The Whigs paid off the I wish to give one specimen of the Senti. -given and Practical Mechanics. ;

Jfdlard FlRert who said he was interested in Making together, if thewbole.liouldbepaid, the sum ofestimated Sj .450' ,!: 04, which may be debt"wjtb a vengeance But this i is the way Whigs el's fairness in logic. In tbe Sentinel of the la Mechanical, and the execution aid of the it i is fine surpassed arts will by no net contemporary be. ;

the claim to property in man" in the District of Co. up to 30th June, 1S49.- always tell their tales. .According to Senator Cnt- day and date first herein written, wishing lo wanting to enhance it. attractions. Portraits of .

; hrobia, and to abolish slavery there without Stalrmel of the public debt 4th .March, 1841. tenden liabilities are incurred to the amount of convict Mr. Cass of favoring internal improve Southern wvitersand pictures of Southern Life and ';
w&nte Principal and interest of the old funded and unfunded debt, .
tbe consent of the people and without making them Treasury notes of 1612-1814, $334.521".79 ; 15 $IS5.00IJ." Now the debts incurred since the ment, he says in substance : That Casa is in Scenery will be presented. the friends( .m
Editor to
:0 4tb March, 1S45, to 0th June 1S1?, amount to internal The confidently appeals {
say compensation ? I he not the same Millard Mississippi stock certificates, 4,120; O( up favor of a general system improve Literature in the Sooth and he is happy to announce

Pdlmore who voted with Giddings and Slade to DeM of the corporate cities of the District Columbia assumed by Congress!, J,440,0X( ) 0 ij9,45.511 0-1 This includes the sixteen million ment, because be voted for a bi appropriating that his enterprise is of no doubtful issue. By private II t
t instruct the Committee on Territories to introduce Treasury notes of 1837 to 1543, 5.GSO.S31 .0 loan. Of this amount of fifty-nine millions, thereare half a million of dollars purposes of effort large and generous list has been obtained j.

$17,5S2,129 55 to be paid ala the Treasury.This internal be and upwards ol One Thousand Subscribers have '
bill law ,
: a repealing a r ASK CD BY orn OWN PEOPLE 64 ye improvements, notwithstanding I
; tl ova OWN TEftfcrroKiAL LEGISLATURE excluding $7,454,167 is tie war debt over which the Whigs are making (Cass,) says, be is opposed to this system.The .- accomplished pledged their support the editor lo the was paper.unwilling Until to this publish was .

l free negroes from landing on our soil to excite; our --- -- ao much noise,but even on this they cannot-tell Sentinel says actions speak louder than his Journal but it is now siren \a the public with .

slaves to insurrection and insubordination? he Your own Fillmore !I" the preamble to the resolution above,a follows : the truth. Webster, more than a year ago, said the wtrds. So be it. The Seninel: then on the the unequivocal assurance that shall be permanent. f !

\ Mt tbe same Millard who voted with I Gtddings "Whereas. the Hon. Joshua R. Gidinthe expenditures were half a million a day. That was lame page, attempts to prove that Mr. Cassisa TERMS-I. Tbe Southern Literary Gazette is ,
Plo FACTS FROM THE RECORD! member published weekly on a handsome imperial quarto of '
from the 16th
Congressional o rather much for his swallow but Provisoist because Mr. Cass nid
too to ,
own party ,
and14 ain.t laying on the table a petition State of Ohio, hal this day presented to this House \itnt S pages-printed from new type, on fine white pa. r
Congress lo law I Cnttendcn lumps tbe liabilities at and in a private conversation,that he was in favor L
asking series of $18,0,0. I
pass protecting negro- Millard Fillmore refusing to censure JoshuaR. a resolutions touching the most important per. '
stealers and incendiaries in the slave States and alto interests connected with a Urge portion of the Union they take that at a single draujht. I Fooled who" : of the Proviso. But bow did Mr. Cass speak 2. It k famished to"single T subscribers at Tir f

log have the privilege of through the Giddings for introducing treasonableand now a subject of negotiation between the United neighbor ? and vote when this question came beforeheSenate Dollars per annum in crdl'lUItt-aDd lo club of six l i

sending British resolutions info the House AP. I I Stales and Great Britain of the most delicate nature, ? Why he both spoke and voted for Ten Dollars. ,
Post Office,into our Counties and among our the JAll communications, not containing remit. .
result of which
their insane, insulting, and outtageous atach pple.upon PROVING and JUSTIFYING mutiny I I and perhaps may the eventually whole civilized invoke world those,nations in fJCWe republish the following communicationfrom against tbe Proviso. Now, we retort in theSentnel's lances.or solicited articles must be post-paid to ea- 4
the last Southern Journal the of the
at words "that louder
request : actions speak attention.
M as slaveholders and citizens of a and mu der by Negroes in terms shocking war. sare
? be I I And whereas, it is the duty of citizen writer. I was handed in for our last paper but we than words." This, according to the Senti- WM. C. R1CHARDSATHEITS. -
not the same Millard Fillmore to law order and !t every no :
wbo voted I a sense of humanity ,and particularly every selected apent representative did not feel ourselves at liberty to place it in oar columns nel', own rogic will clear Mr. Cass of being aVovikoist. May 13. IS-13.

against censuring Joshua R Giddingsfetiatroducing The attention of every honest and impartial citizen -!I ol the people to dicnuntenancl all effort without a previous interview with the author. I intend this merely to shew the List of Letters
resolutions into
house cf Repre. to create excitement, dissatisfaction and division
: is earnestly invoked to a consideration of the a- We now insert it, with the sincerest regret that about which the Sentinel cants "
any msistency ( T EMAl.XING tbe Post Office at Tallahassee,
atti'e in which mutiny and murder (by slaves) mong the people of the United States at soch a time >
justified and in all subjoined facto from the record." These indisputable and under surh circumstances, which, is t the only ef- notice whatever has been bestowed upon the unjust, ao much.) of the Sentinel and trust the de'. IV July llS19t S
were approved terms to !
shocking facts bow conclusively if other evidence trot to be accomplished bv the introduction of sentiments anonymous letter in the Union. Whoever the wri fuce of Cass' character lo abler bands. Adams. v William; E Knapp James E 3 if

i sense of law, order and humanity ?" In short,is he were waning, that Fillmore _:mpalnses: with the before the legislative body of the country, of that letter may be, we are satisfied he could Gen Anderson Tubert Kindon. Charles t.qj
same Millard who has been hostile to the ground assumed by the high functionary te LGOJ Allison S P Kyle Mrs Amelia A
Piln.t pro\e enemies the and not left in the have intended it for the and the editor
from the record to bare acted and sympathized f Smth. vie are having in charge this important and delicate not public eye ; A met, Jones F I.aliDger, Mary Lugenis "
with dark I to what we may expect from him in case of trust : of the Union has most grossly Yi"late the sanctity (cc> Some fearful whig says it will not be long be- Bettner, Jn E 3 Livingston, Daniel G '
and have
ailioni.U. to maintained a position his election to the Vice Prtidfnc '.s! ould ever the i *4 And whereas, mutiny and murder frt Utereinju of private confidence by giving publicity to any (ore the democrats will b denying that Gen. TAT-. Baker, Martin L 1 Locomey. Davy

Ole lo the compromises of the Constitution the subject of slavery in the District of Columbia, (in ( tijied- and approved in terms shocking to all portion of it. We trust it will not be deemed worthy Loa ever won a battle ;to which it is replied that i Baker Daniel B Long Edward .
peace the ,, and the of the tense of law,order iind humanity. therefore"- Barker Moses Lynn Lewis W
e cosntry permanency Territories ,, be placed in such a position that the ,j of any further notice. \'ould be too bad to thus deprive the \lugs of all Barber George W I."nn.D -a

Uon' 1 he is all this singly, and we dare the casting vote of the President of the Senate would :I I Which was carried in the affirmative by yeas 119 heir capital in the canvass. Brooks, James M Lipscomb, Capt Jas

Whigs to contradict it, what change does the addi. determine it for or again-t the South. We know I I i among \hnm was WM. O. BUTLER-and nays t6. Edittr of th Journal:. --- -- Erannen Robert B May Mrs Mary 3

tionofTeylor.uaaemake to Ibe licket ? There is that Filltnoreiiin favor ol abolishing slavery in the PILLORE. Jldamt, Winthrop and Gales voting The fi>!lcnvinj letter appeared in a late VALUABLE TESTIMONY FrOM THE SOUTH. Buchanan,Mcieev Maxwell, Daniel P
Fillmore,just as be was-before he went and it isimpossible I! and Blewett Elder WylleCorbet Marshall, Charles
on, O-2d Sett. Ttth Cong. 342-38. number of the Union, are respectfully
District ol Columbia know that he is in favor p. you We like at all times, to give credit when credit t.Thomas J B ,Mar den,William D
for us to lose sight of the fact. And are of the Wilmot Provio, and we know that if he is I In these votes!, our readers will perceive the sym. requested to republish it, to give it more general IS due. and it at the same time we can relieve the Cason. Marshall "Moselej Alzenoo S 2
people to swallow so bjectionable a man limply consistent with hit past life, hU administratirn ,'i I pttiiizing jpiiit in ths who refued to censure circulation among the Democracy of distressed, we are doubly satisfied ; ne, therefore Christie, Joseph B Minion Stephen 2

because Taylor i on the same ticket !, never be in opposition to Southern rights, and interests Giddings for his (outrageous and inexcusable course.Treason Florida. They have a much right; to he en. give the following voluntary testimony as-to the bcn- Chairet,Mrs Ann Maria Merritt. Elijah
The I of Balsam of Will Cherry,by Chain...Green 2 Moore LeviMonchat.
politicians and do what such ibe Wista' .
may say they lightened by as political fiit8fect.
please Let the people pause ere they commit themselves to against the Government consists in aidingand di"coslre the Columbia Souh; Clark JesjeMChile1 John -
b the people ,'i never so stultify tmlehf'as to the support of kuib a man I abetting the enemy and when our l legislatorsgive gossips of Washington, to know tbe authority appears eitor have obtained treat. rditr Caro1nianwh by use .rs. William 2 McCraine.Alien

ote for such a man. If the Whigs expect Southern I .aid and comfi rl" to the enemies cf the South which they rest, Old! Dominion, Portsmouth, Va. Carpenter, Wm S 2 Mclver,Abner
men to rote for their tickets Sometime theyear ISJOor 1, a brig named the up trick of the Chester Abner McDonald. George M J
they mud offer candidates I j by standing' between them and the just indignationof It a mere enemy le \ WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY- ,
who b, truited. I Creole**\\\rA\ from the Virginia coast bound to New ofdisspnsion and theDemocrats Cook James W McMillan. James W .&j
can ; the
Taylor do, Fill- tares jealousy medicines
Y among We seldom resort to ,
I "i the insulted portion of the Confederacy they! in paten having Craven, Dr John IF Newton, Mrs Leusian
more not. He Orleans, having on board a number slaves. While of Florida it deserves be for the of ,
to profusion
"i never gave a vote or made aspeech I effect become cur enemies and should receive fromus ; yet, great respect th rtta Davis J W Neville Edwin W 4j
in our favor and he is even now arrayed at sea, the negroes mutinied, murdered some or the brought to light. It is hard to believe that but chance threw into our way above named med- Davis.Zacharuh Nunn,Eli 3DavidsonWilliam
no more than the tools who
quarter are
the close of the last
against us on a question of vital importance to the whole of the crew, and then escaped to one of the petty there is an out-and-out Democrat in the cines, immediately alter I".ivnor SOder. Thomas
\ forward the fiCClOeS in the fight. Sale f the -gitUture,when our tongs were a mot dried
South-the Wilmot Proviso. Let the \\hig how West India Island, wheie they were protected and tl.rul I who could indite such a letter even privately.But nl p by the highly rinSed! atmosphere of our stove- Devrit Washington Paul CTNeil.Joseph Dan W J

tbe contrary if they can. The people "'i repudi. I sheltered by the authorities. The outrage called 'lor Birds of a Feather. if it be indeed a genuine letter, while we warmed Slate House. The Balsam. immediately re- Drake Ellison, A K Owens PattemsonAlzander

ate their ticket. Let th people ol the free Slates ( the interposition of our Government, and the matterwas The New York Express, just before the Philadelphia leave it to the writer and his correspondent lo llet us of a most harras-ing serious cough; which threat- I Falconer Asmond Potter Rev Ira L
health in degree. feel thai
take care of their own Fillmore"-the South wants I the subject negotiation between the British nomination settle between 'themselves the merit of enter- our a F'arreilSithaR Plant. John G
being a warm Clajite, thus .poke we ar* indebted to it for some fifteen pounds of anima -
none of him. I Government and our own. While things in taming and publishing B'lch'iews., t eir publication addition Fletcher Mr Sarah Raw!*, Thos J
'e-rt which
of the Since once
Taylor party. that time, the Expiess weight- Dr Lionel 2 ,William
I this conditionthat enemy of peace and good order, has the gives us the right to know who the eD. Fletcher Register '
joined motley crew : Freeman Job Renew Timothy
Senator Berrlea and the Baltimore Resolution. Joshua R. adding, introduced in the house, on .Is it possible (hit General Taylor can see the author i is. Every one who reads it will be. foHe genuine unless signed I. Burs on the Franklin, Lausan D :i Robinson James V :

Senator BERRICV, of Georgia made a speech in I the 21st of March, 1S42, a string o nine resolutions, I motley crew that he is uumbtnf about him for the apt to form some conjecture of the writer, and. wrapper.Fur sale by E. BARNARD. Jr. Druggist Tallahassee Flynn.Miu II Simpson.MruuMaryAnmsFife

the Senate on tb 2Sth ult. on the subject cf slavery justifying the rising of the negtott, approving the Presidency ? There ia not a Tyler m4n, from Texas in that way great injustice may be done to D. LADD Newport and by Druggists gene- Miss Mary Scarbror,StyronSemmes

in the Territoijes. He took ground essentially the murder of the c>ew, the escape of the slaves, and to that ia riot a Ta\wr man, too. There is the innocent. Let the writer avow himself; ally throughout the United States. Fobbs, Rev WesleyForhs Cut A G
nut deserter ( the the Democrats Enoch Starkwether Jtwepbus
ame u that taken by Mr. CALHOU.I.. In the course \ the refusal of the avthoriliet of_\'asiau to surrender from a Dam to Ber ruin.heba, t that Wings is not.a Taylor man.Evertthing .-, or let the editors ef THE UNION give up bin Fulford. Witch Smith,John

of hi* remarks, says the Washington correspondent murderers on the demand of our (rtmtent that .been ca,t off, or kicked off. tie name. And, when this is done, it can better Notce. Gates Mr Smith, Lrmoa 2Gordin. : 1

.f tbe Raleigh Standard, be went out of his way Itlt might be expected,these telentles* and (reasonable I two great parties of the country, a natu-allv cling \lip determined what further notice ef i is required ALL persons against the estate of Joseph B Taylor Hit.

to give his adhesion positively and fully to the platform resolutions threw tilt House into the greatest I to the skirts of Tailor's popularity, I they clung to friimnMembers late Dr. Isaac U. Newton, deceased,ol Leon Giuber,Eloira Taylor Andrew or The a
the skirls Tylei's power. We do not mean to County are requested to them to the undersigned Graham David M Thomas. C M
of the Democratic'7stional Convention upon I excitecjent,and called forth indignant exclamationsIrom that there may not be thousands, who are not say his o the .fadiso Contention. Administrator within prevent th time prescribed bylaw Grant, Edward P Thomas Richard

the subject of slavery. He maintained, in 1 many Southern members. Nor were these expressions friends, and who would not be Itiendly to him a a or this notice will b plead in bar ol their recovery Harley John D TbcsmnpsonSmith&Co2Havis '

*wdsthat the resolution; in question embraced the of abhorrence confined to Souttern members.Mr. whig candidate for I the PI.dency-but those men Extract of t letter from Tallahassee, June I."All I ; a I all persons indebte to said estate, are Mrs Mary Tnrbiville. Wilson D

1roe constitutional; doctrine to tbe connection of Horace a whig from Vermont, expressed who howl lor him, and who howl I alter him, ass will t be right. We think, with confidence requested to make payment. Harvey Mrs Mary Vinyant. William .j
I E'fret. ,. the odds and HastincsThomas J Wood.Hugh A
No-Party Cantial. are be nod PATRICK SMITH
,. th Government with or power over the institution "his utter abhorrence of the tre.brnd course of all doubt of both parties-residuum of .nd was)lelt we shall carry this Slate. The regular July 15, 1813. 52 2m Administrator. Hutchinson.MrsElizabeth Wilson.Charlotte

1*f slavery, and he exhorted the democracy to stand I the gentleman from Ohio"Mr. Giddings. Mr. Caleb of their respective parties when they went throughthe democrats will be, and are, all straight.We Mer. John S Williams.William T

*P to it in all time. The feds all round the charnfcr Curbing a whig from Massachusettsdenounced process of boilini and purification. I General have let our new converts go ahead in Water Monkeys. Jacob!. John C Williams, Mrs Margaret
Tajlor going himself to found a party upon contentions &c. The lead has made all their Johnson A Wiggins, Jesse
: when struck this shaft feathered the resolutions as "treasonable,.and as containing ,
eQUere by them ?. A N excellent aiticle for cooling water, suitable Johnson. Miss Julia M 2 Yonnge.Chandler C 2
ow wing." We are .orpri.e that any .a British argument on a great public question between I leaders puI with us. They are committed for families For sale by Johnson, Berthey .: .

; Ier nan should object to the resolution adopt- this country and Great Eritain." Giddingt &: The Whig Legislature of Massachusetts uttered now. they are quiet, or back out,they can- BIRCHETT A'LNDE" ERGER. *.* Persons calling for. any of the above letters

: '.by tb Convention,or ee.ore the Convention for became finding even Northern Whigs tbe following language in April 1647 : notcari'ytheir rank and file.l Democracy will Jul,15.18.9. :2 will please say they are advertised.
e the resolution reported by the committee condemning him, and the resolutions being within The war is (crime, and all who have partaken. be more united ; and in twelve months we Molasses and Sugar. Joly lIS40 Ot

? O offered .I substitute by }fr. Yancey.A I i hit control, he withdrew them. This move did not i fn its well.fought/itlds have aided in its perpetration. shall he able to thank God, a General C. did 1 EXCELLENT MOLASSES,
quiet excitement, and on the Slate of Virginia I ." (as to Michigan) lo me in Jour presence that 5 Brown Sugar Fletcher Institute.rpHETrustees .
8> At tto'raising of a dar at Trenton, N. J., tb resolutions Mr. BOTTS then and I I How can rheMa.achusIIWhi.giveTAJ1. 4 we have a democracy of our own ;' and not For sale low by the parkas
I Coflies, rf being called (or FUrids ConA .
f3C' W l of Fletcher Institute,
!! Mphia. heretofore "
thrir votes after such a blow at him the blind disciples of a KCi. -Washington !
gmineot! Ciajr whig, made a speech avowing his now a distinguished whig member of Congress from I 15. 1S48. 52 feyencewiloffrrfaVaaleoflTOed5y.tbel6ihAugust .
Mtttson to |? fo Can and ButUr. Mr. Collins Virginia rt. and said the withdrawal of the resolutions Union, June 17. Vest a number of beautiful building lots, ;i
t ****tbat dating the &ting of the late < ((0A Philadelphia paper advertises I follows : situate at Fletcher! Institute, near Thomasville. Ga.,
2HT.Uittn! ?! wbil'. whose whia men.( ; did not affect the motive or object with .Wanted JnsrarrlialelySome of the patent obliterating Jacksonville Republican-We have received the Crstalne Candles. a hih. healthy, well-watered place, on the following ,

a ? ?. tollli< < P pie' of this o"tr1re which I hey were rru.nte." He then asked leave compound, bv \hich the record of Federal first number of a paper with this title, published at GOD SPEII. r&r sale at 2J cents per pound Terms: One-trim! ca.h, one-third payable fir t

J and ta the only 'a110 defeat the to leave to otTer a resolution which 'a read for opposition to General Taylor may be expunged. A Jacksonville,East Florida-COLUMBUS DREW, the bx January 1 15-9 one-third January, 18VX. Purchasers scan
"a t p12 114 up for a candidate tbe information of the House. great deal will be reuired. I the amount of documentary the From the E. BICHE&LINDENBERGER.July care from one to fnnr acres together Inn
: -. yi.iiiw white horse would carry nil I evidence, alluded to, is uncomfortably I espouses whig cause. specimen 15. 1&-8. suit them. Persons wishing to look at said lots will
't him!-p..4. From the facts I giouped together by Mr. Bolts I large. o sent us, we think the Republican will piove rail upnn Mr.Hndson. at Thomasville. who will ex- g

an unprejudiced mind would think there could be "A Reward.-Sacb is the pitiable condition of serviceable to Us parly.. White Beaver Hats. hibit to them a plan of the ground.
P eSIJZZJSLLA correspondent from Penn"yl.r the Federal press, in their hytl'ricl efforts te sup fashionable P. P. SMITH Agent. ..1
no opposition to t Ibe resolution. not so. Those The Florida Democrat, Pcnaacola.-We notice 3EST quality and must style just received .
.i tI Washington Union, ssjs- fut port Taylor that name of the active friends of the June to. IS.8 41
I : who sympathized with Giddtngiamong whom was General think of offerings reward for copies c/f I hOe that the Democrat has passed from the hands of Mr. b1 LINDENBERGER.July .

*-T Prp1 Wailed,glorious.II a nI Cass is well will Fillmore, attempted *o embarrass the House by raising Whig Irinl.lh"t have never abused the Whig candidate BAUCHCT into those of Messm. JAMES Si. DiixowJOBDA.N 15. BICIE. :;& Notice.TilE .

I carry Pennsylvania by an veawhelming Ill majority. points of order and appeals from the decision !" Jr. The editorial management to b under undlnined.widow Malcom M. Melllto.b. ".

I *e c. elect bin without New York and mil d. of the Spesker. These tricks were resistedarsd tie the control of the Hon. J0 The Divans.. of Madison County deceased hereby,,
H. .Such is the Whig we are assured DrLLI AN. '
I The movements in New York willitimulat, tti.e HOUH ..finally brought lo a direct vote nn lie that tbe nnminatirn prOre'"bile of the Democrats Democrat will prove a valuable adjunct to the democracy. pair of Mahojinv Divans for sale bv I nnti.p.that. or the first Monday in August netsl
i? the balance of lb. Union. We have OlE LINDENtfERGER. will make application to tbe JnoW of Pr.bate for
th subject, not, however, until alter there had been a been received with unusual coldness-an assurance The democrats of tbe West should give DRCH1T
abi4il confidence in the integrity of our said County to have her dower in I the lands and per
the Delta Democratic July ,
C. refusal by the Howe to suspend the tales, and the which is confirmed by a pa
u triumph of our ticket" it a heatYlopport. sonal estate ol her deceased husband allotted and set
resolution had been again offered by Mr. r.ato.alntt1tmt.Whn oft to her according to
p:EZpZoin.What doss Gen. TATM mean i democrat from Ohio and now the democratic WEI.LE. dignified journalslike the National Intelligencer Q9- The Jackson .Musissippian states that Dr. Notice. law.MARY F. McINTOSH.
b says j in his various letters.'41 stoop,' to such disgraceful fibbing I this single W. a highly distinguished months after rate. the undersigned r-ill pre- Madison Jane 24, \B4643 41
am a WUt. didate for Governor of that Slate. On (he 22d of paragraph there is but a poor encouragement S.UEJ CAaT.IGHT. SIX their vouchers to the Honors-
b a I**" WMg r It must mean what Col.TATU111 March the matter wu taken up. and the question for contan. fry journals to tell the son o the South, who warmly, espoused the cause ble Judge of Probate 01 Benton County and applyfor

HAa..GD told him be WM in Mi being on the adoption of the rel.tio".s follows : truth. So far from' having, ever said that tbe Domination of Mr. CLAY. at the last Presidential election is now letters of dilm.iOI a Administrator and Ad- Dr.
.M.'aol-am a Whig and of the Democrats had been received with unusual the.ardent advocate of the election of CASS and minNtratrix tb o William lloyd, late of Professor of Surgery in the "FriDkliB
,.! a quartet .Resolved, That (hit Hcune.holds the conduct r>f rnldnem.we hare repeatedly staled the nomination lid County, dclcd.A. LATE College" Philadelphia, ties takes 8"|> _
the said member as altogether unwarranted and un- had kindle the warmest enthusiasm in this BVUa &A. CLARK his residence in Tallahassee i* prepared to .

JO W.Caja.Lig rasEiq.,00e wai rnt able, and deserving the severe condemnation city' and .-O. Delta. 2t w' 9y-: A Washington correspondent of the Richmond Administrator AdminKtrriz gage ia all the duties et hi.profasioA. Office,Seal's
the DemeJ of the people this country, and i par Benton Co.. Fa., of Bart let ti Building.
sctors at o John MinoiBotti (the Ju11'1.-58.
( the .Enqidrers.yI that great gun .Ua
large I volunteer dollar; the
o S o Miulippi.; licnlar. To nr vole a to carry on war June 1 0, 1848. 47CIULKYFORS4LE.APP)7t
". 1 t tb".1 fo CA" ue itE J. It carried by yes-125-among whom was is moral Irraoon against the God of Heaven and ,th of Virginia Whiggeryepresaes the belief that there Molasses Barrels.
Ca I. and W wa rights mankind.-HaD"WI ) will be no election .(President by the People, aDd CHOICE .

.-itl aepibe. i! e1aenlekr, WM. O. BcTLM-ar.d nays 69. FILLMORE..Jd* "The Mexican 'a appears lobe fast s.ettiingdown offers to bet that Gen: Butler "il then b chomp 2Q YEr the Store OLA BARREL J..I rorruKE. _
'':'tl SDlt of the O'iiI. Winthrep t to a mere'mattr, of punde! !and mtder.-3estoi. 2t 4" .Ytm'e153548. 48 I. inn JO.I I ISIS, 17 A 1 1 h.Tin Ma.c4ns.v.. _

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; extract linm the Can- .. l Boot and __ Mskg.fl'HEiusdeniVled.hiingptrChled. I :
; -QJwr.fUlsIer. THEfollowillJ.which we Newport Springs, uno.'K1 0
( i tbe Rev. E- L FraSer,of lord the I
PROPHECY. Coiitltitioa Florida.
1 : :/ REMARKABLE EXPOSITIONS Ketshaw harfa., C. I the Sat I entire stock and '
I \-:- ;,: Recent' eyent.-kye directed the attention Dlrd S District. S.C-.> who M lelat 0 LV'U'I' i 41
: J FaDOlenha. A & abl""iD1k.
i. : of student ofprvp-hecy to a discourse on the 19.1549. J Proposed and agreed to b the third General full/informs hi,, frieD a 1

: I f :: Rue and Fall of Papacy published in the I have used in toy family Dr. Hairs Fever an Attcmbly; subject 1 t action o th r% i is at present at o e I JA A01
the Rer. Robert Fleming, atresbjterUn Ague Pill. aD ale Dr. Spencer's Vegetable WAKULLA undergone ex- General Auembly. hei. to execute all work his line with .
6I' 1701 by TiE HOi
r: : year fo the last years, and have D hesitation in pro* I the reception despatch. He has o baD the finest THB
: .: iminister. This gentleman was them be excellent fanily medicines open ro all soils of sod
.i ; ooaacing to nxwt of guests,under the of Mrs of and will
s j .. .. : a Scotchman by birth, and great.grndton of -and as an art of joie to the worthy proprietors MADDEN, who experience Ipriflfn e qualities AN ACT to amend the ith Clause of the 5th Ar. make at short notice, and in the best manner GEN GLASGOW the is I
After of these invaluable will state, for tbe information lice of the Constitution of this Slt. t that the TLEMEN'S BOOTS ANDSHOESof I
John Knox, the Reformer. officiating Pi. as a hostess wrrt'lhe promise that no expense Courts their offices .ve dap *. The boat ia
of the Circuit Key strongly bout r
;. .. t. for some time to the Scotch Church Amsler. and ati.fadio of all concerned, that my .r attention wi be that would add to the f instead of during tion. B foe soledand terial and propelled by two o th,
'iff.; ;. a term of eight years escioes
1)-1) ,: .ie. prior to nnr mlriajp. had been more or In comfort and of good charges. Ht warrant ,
yi.itor. wi a
A t.\ >. dam, he came over to London, and becamepastor the subject of ( In' about eighteen These Springs pleasure are situated on the Si.Marks River, good behavior his work to be equal to any don in place, carrying with Cn.suitable hundred tons burthen, <
SECTION Senate and House cotton,
I. Beilenacteilbytlee scroaoMtkrie
.t }. of a congregation in Lothbury. Hi months baring tried .rio. remNie without suc.e1s five miles above its junction with the Wukulla, and and to give a satisfaction u to fitting as any *
of drift l.
the Florida in ,
of of Stale of light requiriaf
'..i' Either, who was aUo called Robert Fleming, ( and very much reuce in flesh. few eighteen miles South ot Tallahassee, ia the RtITmlatrl G- other g 'It. h *
: abut d. That the 12th water,thereby enabling w'S '
t ". '1. minister; and dais after our marriage with Spfncrrt of a healthy pine region'. the constantsea JOHN t he
was likewise a Presbyterian commence the Article of the Constitution of {this State LECILlb ejulsrly stall seasons of the yea/betwl r7 J b.
'L : Pills,and in with ora'to b tf
; a day or 42
tw HMr. breeze from the Gulf, residence, 8, I
author of the celebrated book entitled amended to read follows, viz: That al boa and Cedar Cdnwbu.lvTlSki'DAY
': : was ; she used about half a box of each ; f- the sultry e a I
.i. Pl during summer Truly delightful.A exniration of the term of office of the Judges morBi A. M/STSSJ
health present g
I f fulfilling of the ScripturesProphecy She regained her
The a RADICAL come. substantial o'cvk
: : bridge has been thrown over East River, NEW GOODS.
of the Circuit with the hereinafter FRIDAY .
every Should nttAFF*
has had
with both the father and and very rapidly,, and no return ofCli the Cor. exception
;1. & was a favorite study strength bringing Igh-I-bo. sea shore within an of the Court, extended, Ibc *
t and fever I these .n menlione.lh. JUlict Supreme age t or interests of ;!? '
\o"" "' the sound both rendered good service to the 6r.and bti.Y d specifically mridnt hours side on honfbak Cr il carriages, where convenience and JU'ge Circuit Courtsshal' be elected rUE subscribers would call the attention of the her perform two .bipp!.5ri!
: a science of prophetical '1)rrtation. It is re.: hamleln sf;with .hen us a results. for sea bathing will be found at all times. for a term of eight years, and shall hold their p to the choice and extensive assortmentof will cheerfully lrp pr week.oak 2!***

!.,1 r! '. ,./' markable that Mr. Fleming, Jun., in the dis. ditdt are atende satisfactory rEL.. FR'ZER tel The has bathing been establishment connected with the Ho for that term, unless sooner removed under ofce provisions GODS, now receiving per Brig WakuMa an change,or add another new .D to the\.a?
0L : thoroughly repaired,and improvementsmd has J.
Their stock been selected
: and Fall of fore made in this Constitution for the removal of r ,with (ae. capacity to tbe O. now Am ?
.t :':. : course on the Ria Papacy influential Plan 1 that plunge and .ho\.e baths cai be fur. Judges by address or impeachment; and for wilful from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this elployf _./7*
following rWiraony from an bt trip
I :! !'. tuld the first French Revolution about ninety le Te Washington County, we take from the Macon nished the at all hours of the day free of charge togetherwith neglect of duty or other reasonable cause, which I York; and,having been purbu reduced prices, wannee river wi Spring he. 'p t.

\. ;.t ," : yrar before its occurrence. At the lime the Telegraph : effect acknowlede intrinsic value sal miraculous shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment, the they are enabled to at prices Withlaconchie river.Uppr e_.

1' .,"I verification of his reckoning excited general Washington County, Ga., January 5,1547. the in particular cue presentattractions Governor shall remove any of them on the address proportionately low. Their The undersigned weuld further .

;. "., i rl ':'':. -::: :' noke.: The work was accordingly republished D. Calvin E. Hull-Dear Sir-I has been Fever about and surpasssed in to the Southern invalid and Slates.citizen Theism of bisnre pursuit not of two-thirds That of the the cause General or causes Assembly shall,; Prort IrlUM ,b'E LOTO3MQis D selves others,of proprietors the of this of boat an .*a"'e..!

.. / in 1792, and edition after edition was Afue years and Anti-Fever since I Pills- on my your plantation. I of pleasure alone, can always find boats for fishing lOt" such address and entered on the b state. of r of the best of mareria., and being manufactured improve the navigation provisions and to.c etilW.t'b.A!K,

.t 4 4 c. ".. bought up with great avidity. It is a most have had a.large number of cases of Chills and Fever parties, or excursions to the Waknlla Sprrig and the .arb H.\us. And plieJfulh That the cau,e directly uner eye of Mr. Siman. all nee river, and fo other Dnipe Bea/SST
.. : extraordinary fact that Mr. Feming: fiied up. and some few of Billions Fever and in no instance Bay, or can enjoy the more exciting pleasures of the or causes shall be e inlene fear of Mp.wk thereby precluded, persons enacted at the last session of UtjilaisW.1' !!
:,j4<< I 'I 1848 of either form of Fever have I failed to effect chase, seek exercise in the Ten Pin Alel' the game to be removed,and he shall be admitted to hearing purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State of Florida; that they lb recej 22 ;;
a grand
the as .
on present year, prr.phelical of Billiards, or the healthful a word, made. Among the articles their
.t : ; '. a cure when directions were followed and they were .f in his own defence,before any vote for such removal comprising their company pursuant to the provisioejJSJ',. '
:. '. :'. epoch. The (following passage, to every thing possible will be done to make t the Springs shall and in such under the .
4 taken at the commencement of the diseaw. I have pas : cases vote shall be taken FALL AND IVltfTER STOCX name and style of tbe Florida SMaflE'{

.: :. '.: ;. be found in his Discourse, cannot fail to be had greater success in using your Pil., than with an June agreeable 10, IS4S.relrt.. 47 by yeas and nays and entered on the Journals of each I maybe found the.following: nat Improvement and Steam NsvigsiietSS .
.. read with interest at this crisis : other medicine I have family House respectively. The Compsuywillsoon eonjpletetaeirsrna,.
1 .:. any ever my ; Blk French Cloth Frock and Dress Coats. Blade, i 'I ".
'. ,' ". 441 do suppose that, seeing the Pope re.ceivrd there is no doubt that when used according to direction To Country Merchants. SEe Be further enacted That the Judges first Brown and Invis.Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Ssxa of which due notice will be given for '.c
; Bishop no sooner *, will effect a speedy and radical cure. appointed under this amended Constitutionshall b Got ha, Mid Tweeds,and col'd. Cassimer do Cotton and otber pruu of lh couatrTer I"
.4', the title Supreme fancy
'.; Tin has and is divided lot into four The first class cash '
.. Your with respect. THE Manufactory now constantly by case. Pellots and Blanket Overcoats, &.C.. Heavy Pilot JiMa upon pr .
p .; than: A. D.: 606 he cannot be supposed tot EMANUEL BROWN. to its stock, a complete assortment ofTin hold his or their office or ofes for the term of two I and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of 6ne Blk ruire. A* ooo U practicableja :

,: .. have any vial poured upon his seat immedi.ately f >- The above valuable medicines, fresh and gen. of all descriptions. I has added new machinery years,the second for t the four yeais,the third I and Blue Cloths, Pantaloon ot Black French Cas packt will b nlablh by th .t .
uine fur sale LEWIS by which the work done better than ever for the term of six years, the fourth for the term ot I between Key
i so as to ruin his authority, so signally are by &AMES elmer, Blk Rbb do., fancy Plaid Check St. Striped Cea .Yo sad .
.. July 1, 1549. 50 Fla. before in this place. eijh year.Pase do. also lean for conveyance
must be supposed to do, ex Tal.ban ; Satinett and : VESTS o
; as judgment There is a Pedler travelling all the year from Ma- the Senate by the Constitutional majority,, of Black and Farcy Satins Striped and.Plaid Silks, thereby securing to all its .tr. [
,..: I: TIL TUB TEAR 1848, which is the date of Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills rianna to the Suwannee River to supply the Merchants ( 22, 1S47. Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias Plaid Silk ditioos mode of transportation th prraeiSZ:

I 2 '. "I.. 1260 3 ears in prophetical account when they AJTD who can always rely on our wagon going by the Constitutional majority,January 6, Mazurkas, &c. eithei markt I well u return 0 ttSZ3'l '

; are reckoned from A. D. 606. But yet we Tonic and Restorative Bitters.For through the section above named, and delivering the ISIS,] They have all extensive assortment of Cloths. The rates of transportatioa wfilt.?? *
V that this; rial will totally the Purification of the Restoring of Tin. Any orders sent by mail will be promptly attended .I April 15, 1848.- 396m Cassimeri and Vesting unmanufactured, consisting instance exceed those heretofore charred sQeB 4
;; are not to imagine Ban o
to, and
.. at to the for
t. once Merchants in 't of French Black lk I"icn. but a material
the all of the pa : Superior and Wool Dye
I it will System from
exceeding Setrtio
; '\ dettroy the Papacy through Glands, Sinn and Liver, lluoT and We state that our prices are always the same, with. U. S. MAIL LINE Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and contemplated at an early) 1i'tt
; :-, ly vxalrn it, fur we find this still in being and Vitiated State f the S"dr Uof out the least variation. Invisible Green, Wool dp., Beaver and the increase of business shall warrant such ttdadfaT
vial is poured our.t ."- Ic. We have on hand the tides, well as De Back The facilitiesoflered to parties of e.
alive, when the next Pills and Bitters have steadily gain following I Castor do., French do
.":, .. Discount, page 43. Edition Edingburgh, THESE popularity among all not now every Furnaces thing iTept in our lne : do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the and to visit the Xe,,, at all tlOn of tbeynriSSffe?'
cas'-Ie such the
t 4 among hose I of doubttul experimental a every family nee ; Cooking most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and mot healthy and desirable retreats for
". etcay Stoves of the most approved kind in Air Tight and other in State,and the bw
; Plaid Satins do. do. Silk Silk
.l : d" Fleming reckons that a prophetic year founded upon correct therapeutic and So.e. for Chambers Parlors, or Offices ; Coffee Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencias, Vestings of Rich tic scenery of Suwannee i ,,&r

.I. ,. contains only 360 dajs, and hence be places confided in as safe, pleasant, and princple.Meicne. Double Rod Iron Pumps; Ice Cream Free From Tallahassee to Macon. Velvet Plush &c. Ac. inducement to many to vail themselves of*o plm.

-, -,\- ', the termination of the time, times andS wherever a Tonic or Aperient is needed, zer!, &,& ALSO. AN ASSORTMENT OF ant an excursion. -

the dividing of time," that is, of the 1260 a Pills Purgative alone or stand simple unrivalled.Cathartic alone is neede I, the .1,1913. 46Havana Throvgh Macon in forty-tiro, and to Charleston hours from in three Tallahassee days, to Hats and Caps(Monterey) Bro. and Blech'd Cotton iequisite This Company having for as Ihe believe, nadt'ill

.. nars.notinI866Llhin18-8.& It is extreme They will positively cure, and have in thousands Syrups in time to take the Mail Boats on Linen and Cotton Shirts, J Undenhirl arngeenl the public, convenienel4a.commoaton

I 't' '- : fy probable, that the events of the present- of cases, Jaundice Liver Complaint, And Preserves at coat to dote the Salei. JVorth the fourth day Blk la1 Silk Cravats, do. age.For slcit il p

r : will,as Mr.I Fleming predicted exceed Eruptions Dspepia. Sallow Complexion, General s DOZEN Orange, Raspberry,and Orange FlowerS HUE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays Fanc, do Lambs Wool and Angola further pticuJI, apply) to Messrs. D. P.
.' ,i.: a year believe, in. Debility Loss of Appetite, Sirup., JL Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., Rich Fancy Stin and (Undershirts, SMITH Jt Co., Coluabu., Me".. .HAL
:..;, 'ingly weaken" the Papacl.r e &c. As an excellent Suppressed eradicator Prespiration of 4 doz. Havana. Preserves, in Jars, and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy, Bainbiidge, Newton Plain do Brown Cotton and Cottonde RIS. Madison Messrs. PUTNAM SMIT

,; deed, that the Jesuits anticipate a very differ ft&c"the system these Pills and Bitters are unequalled mercury 4. Handsome Grass Hammock. Apply to Albany Americus, and Perry,) on Tuesday!, Jenny Lind Hbk. Drawers, Cedar Keys, or to lh undersigned. & ,

eDt result, for we have heard that they have The indications requiring Spencer's Pills and Bit FORTUneent, Thursdays, and Saturday., at 10 o'clock, P. M., in Blk. White ad Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders JAMES
'. been secretly fomenting the discontent which ten,and when they should be taken without delay a! June 3, 1848.- 46 At Manufjctory. time for the car for \3nnah. Leaving Macon on I Gloves, 1)Merino and Coloa Half- And other TCXE
a : a preventive the I Mondays, Wednwda, and Fridays. at 4 o'clock, A Hose Columbus, Florida
has issued in revolutionary move of formation of acute disease, si e Jauar 218. ly
so many -when the tongue is furred; when the mine is Ice Ice Ice : M.,and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays. Thursdays Patent Leather Sos, Umbrellas Money Belts 2

: ments. They calcu'itethat by dexterous man. highly colored ; when there is pain in the stomachand and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M This line Shoulder Braces, ac. BULL &PRATORIUS,
.. themselves! at the TUF will deliver ICE at the Ice House connect with thieCentral! Rail Road.Savannah CLARK STILLMAN.
place Augusta
; a agement they may bowels; when there are nervous irritations; 3 it the corner store under the
.. and thus 5 to 7 o'c.'k every morning,at 4 cents retail'at Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to CoItmbu October 23.1S47. 14 Sutle or" u4oppoiite
head of the new go ernments, secure when there are pains in the back and head ; when the Ice [ 5 cents Ib town.- the Phznii
the establishment of Romish ascendency.Our .- the skia i is hot, dry or yellow; when the appetiteis Person living in the surrounding per up be '. ra. I also connects with the Mli Line: Blldl
poor ; when there are cold ; when the furnished Yil.e wi from Quincy Chattahoochie, and Apa- Leon Circuit NQW OPENING a and well selected
readers have remarked, accordingly chis Ice at the Ice House Cou.IN ARE
: may dreams are bad or startling in fr cDt. per hchicda. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS. VEST.
that a number Romish ecclesiastics were 1 If taken on the occurrence of any or of these pound by the hundred weightj.. Columbus. in three days, and but one night will be CHANCEY. INGS and READY-MADECLOTHING. Tkeiwat
: '. their adhesion to al &j T. DATuM spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon Creditorf Bill for settlement of Ettate. and
among the first to give in indications of approaching pain and care late bestowed in the selection
Tallahasset goods
I84S. 44 James E. Broome and oftb
the Provisional government of France. But sickness nay be prevented MI The public may rest assured that every attention win others Ihemlve and warrant them in saying to all .
The above Medicines be paid to the comfort of thnse who"may patronizethis other creditors of A. M. Gathn. Complainant bargains, will do wh pa
He who is Governor among the nations, fresh and genuine are for ALACHUA HOUSE. VI.Turbutt go you call and

_" -takelh the wise in their own craftiness ;" sale July by 1, iSIS. 50 LEWIS a AME., tilt II Jfcwnantrille, Florida. Lle. FARE: R. Bet ton,Sarah A. Beron,his Wife,Executrix enumerate It would the be different a great tax style on time pattenscomposirg sod pa.

and it may be that tbe Jesuits may find memselvei Fa. subscriber. the house and From Tillahasues to Quincy,$2 50; Bainbridge, of A. M. G tlin, and others, Defendants.WHEREAS this assortment: suffice it a say that a
Medicines &c. 1'HE having pnrchae $5 toAlbaiy.lJ.andto Macon, $22. By an order made by his Honor of cloths
unable to control the element at present Drugs, formerly by J. ; portion these and rammer*are ef'Bril*
occupied WRIGHT &. SAWYER, Proprietors.By DOUGLAS, Judge, on the 1ft December niu's Roasted
: in commotion. Free institutions are ut. W. Pearson, Esq, at Ntwnansville, F., is now in LusIre'sndlheclothjogaud
E 1347 t the above entitled cause,the undersigned
EDWARD BARNARD JR, ready to accommodate Boarders and and JOHN M VARN, Agent. every article of tbeir stock i is of a style and quality
: terly incompatible with the spirit of the Traeler Office at the Planter's was among other thing, to take
sys. W- Hotel appointt that please the most fastidious.
by the late arrival*, a by his exertions to make his Talahasee-C. wi
'S tern ; and should Roman Catholic States be reeiye additiol to his stock of GEN. fortable hope I possible. He has good stabling guests I, and aL E.BAILEY Agent; at Maj. Quincy. an account and to all other. due to Complinanr..for Iheirclia would mention that tbn CLOTHS are of

compelled to grant tbe liberty of the press DRUGS AND MEDICINKS, all of first rate ostler always in attendance. July 17, 1847. 52 interest thereon cedllo; and it was lid ordered M. Gat further the finest texture,the best English wool dye

.' and complete religious toleration, it is very are of good quality, lota for Cask GEORGE M. GALPIN.Newnannie wih, the aid Master do cause advertisement wool dye black,
iHAS a assortment of the follow May 13. 1S48. DR. J. REESE'S a do.Can.,French and German black clot ns,do..
I 1, .. evident that the Papacy will be exceeding'y general viz to be published in the Floridian, a newspaper French fancy Cassimers.VESTINGS .

..- weakt"ned.Vere such a man as John Knox ci RowanJ's genuine Improved: Tonic Mix Groceries, &c. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satii,
other he
shall think
to without disturbance, fort of Wild LBS. punlic newspapers proper,for Silk Woollen Velvet, CashmerrU an4 PolksatV,
permitted preach, Cherry Brandrsth's 11fC\ BACON HAMS, SIDES, and of feeble constitutions and those of se- the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlm to come Germ Gor lo and Cbernbnsco. ebfekti.
six months in Rome the Pope and the cardinals Cathartic Camphor ) PERONS Monterey
Celebrate SHOULDER habits, are often with habitual in before him,and prove their dEbt on or before the READyMADEcLomlNG.-Su.riserabL !
would meanwhile die of terror. Worm, Cough, Lozenges, Bonpland'sCelebrated boo Ibs. Lad, costiveness, which often Irouble unfavorable first day of May next; and of tbe ,
very creilor drew and frock coat, English wmi dye
Fever and ,Lncenia Cordial ( Carolina Rice, do
Agw Remedy ,
+ 5 11. influence their genera health,which is wboshall not come in and prove t beirdebrs by
., : Mr. Fleming connects the year 1848 with Thompson's Eye Water,McMunns' Elixir of Opium St. Louis Flour, upon particularly, French Canimer Sack Coats, D. 4
2 aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit
by irregularity,if not total low of of this decree
-" the pouring out of the fifth vial, and anotherstatement Sands Saraparila. Turner' Fever and Ague Pills, sacks Rio Coffee, maDfete condition and that such black and fancy cloth Sack, nixed i icoats
appetite. of Ihenystem, this article ; persons not parties to the bill, ,black

he makes in his Discourse T!ler'l n'. Billious and 500 gallons choice Liquors and Wines, beaverclotb sk.n over-coato, btatk
t I ,: dito Grd AntiDy.peplir is confidently recommended with the assurance i who.shall come in before the said Master to prove Cloaks.

5- in reference to this subject, is worthy of record Pills, Pills, and Anti-Dyspeptic is Agent for Pils.. Townsend's Peters' andSpencer's 50 10 bbl. double best Port rectified Wine Whiskey, that, if the dose is properly adjuste I a not to their debts, do, before they are adite directors, do., a great variety of fancy Cajrimer Cassimeijiediifflj pants of UM

: : "The fifth vial (Kov. xv, 10,)"says he, move the bowels 10 actively, ma be relied contribute to the complainants proportion of latest style. 61. of every
.. relebratP Srupaill. in quart bottles at $1 per I') I Madeira Wine, upon without or even the least the of this suit to be settled by the said J" durpio. U
..- is to be poured out on the spat of the Beast, bule. Lemon Syrup prepared from 4 Sherry resulting from the use of unpleasant common consequence a.- .npnl it was an accountbe Trimmings, Hoier Sir.. ]

; or on the dominions that more immediately belong P'ue Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the S I Claret tive medicine usually resorted to. pur taken of all 'furitie allorderelbalu coUaterls held by the adjusting Stok.with ,SupDen. tbd almost'cverytlu&f

to and depend upon the Roman see." sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London Sap, Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles, OrVt Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the creditors respectively, and a report be made of the connete. .are prepared a to execute outfit.all acced
Porter, &c.,
It is worthy of remark that Romanism is Catsup. Mustard, PepperGround Pepper,, preventive properties of this medicine by using it on lame, and of the value of each." And it was also ing .the and most oren. .
'a b. June 10, IS4S. 47 Green and Black ltet
at the new ordered that .all apprYt
grocery the first intimation of parties be
S Teu&c. & I an approaching attack There may upon interrogrorie. N. B. B next rscetrs
uamine to
prevalent in all the states which have recent /store of S. KNIGHT. aria.
and all ept
S are some constitutions : to regular attacks of produce papers in THE
,., .;. S ly bean revolutionized. Protestant Britain Western Produce and Groceries. April 29, 18J9. 41 Billiou Fever almost very lahe ; to such the use of cUloy or power, relating theretoupon oath 'I RE\AINE. 13

t enjoys peace, whilst France, Spain, Austria, lUST received a Urge supply of PROVISIONS this medicine is commended, beginning to use it before Master a the said Master shall di-

:. Bavaria, Venice, Milan, and other places I AND GROCERIES at the store of Pure Sulphate of Quinine. by the middle of May or first of June. rect." Perfumes,
.: wherethe is dominant in S. S. KNIGHT. subscribers have on hand two hundred and Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience Now, therefore, all persons claiming to b creditors Fie
.: .f Papal authority are June 10, 1819.- 47 TiE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they a sense of fulnes. weigh and oppressionabout of said A. M. Gatlm are hereby, in pursuance of From th luntldar of labin, Pars

I the utmost confusion. It may be that our have: obtained direct from the manufacturers, and the stomach wi find this medicine lid order, notified to' produce their claims, and the H Jockey Club. RO *
Young Irelanders calculate upon the suppoitcf Notce. they will warrant it to be a superior article. afford almost immediate vouchers in support thereof, and all colirerll and nnium, Millefleors, Patcbooly. MipioMt.

t ,', France should they venture upon an out. months after undersigned, Adminis- We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Ladies near their confinement often suffer from securities therefor, before me, at my ofcI Tala- Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Araia.Ber. .Rein

., break ; but the Parisian revolutionists for SIX of the estate of Charles Beckstem, late of by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute heartburn and coti.ene: to such this article is hassee, within the time limited ia sid orer. Eglantine. Vanilla \; ., Berjamotte, V"aa
( .-" Leon County,will his accounts an I vouchersbefore orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, highly reommendf a it can be used without the otherwise comply with the provisions of Marin and ess.; Bouquet.
'S h. some time to come will find it difficult to. the Hon. Judge present of Probate for said County, on the most accommodating terms. least great benefit. In sick or nervous that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. Also, Glenn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston It

\' maintain their own rickety government. If and pray for a final settlement and We have also a few account yet doe to us for the headache it is invaluable. Date this third day of December A. D. 1847 Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Flowers.The .

;: Fleming is correct in his interpretation of the said estate. discharge fro year 1847. They are generally in smal amounts, This article will be found to act as a pleasant cordial SIMON TOWLE. Special Matter. true Farina Coloes the French u
but if the whole could be would and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the December 4, ))841. If American. Laender Bay
r I .j.. fifth vial, and if its judgments are to be poured I THERESE BECKSTEIN. (By her agent,) paid go 2 Water
JOHN B DE CORCE. far towards liquidating cettain sums which we owe. same time fulfilling every intention that the common and Agna de la Reine fine Cosmetics, rich Poma.
.1 .5
out upon countries lying beyond the bounJa. May 20, 134S 44 iv LEWIS l AMES. purgatives are inlende to effect. It purely vegetable W. S. [Di'Oj Hair-oils and Hair-dyes, Shaving and Toile ,
ries of the old Roman Empire, the Roman: April 29,1SI5. 41 and, whfn according lolbe directions, fine and coarse Combs, Brushes for the .TedI,

'.. Catholic portion Ireland may yet be visited In Hamilton Circuit Court. Will bo found an valuable article,especially to those Xontieello Jefferson Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cress,

.. '"i I with even fa more terrible scourge than the MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Cigars Cigars afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver, County Florida, in pots. For sale by LEWIS & AMES.
General :attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle December4,1S-17.
; 'r famine of last year ; for it may be the theatre MAT TEKM 18-8. 15 000 SPANISH and for REG ALIAS just received or Prepared Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county WILL ,and of the County of Columbia of the 2

of the horrors ofa bloody civil war, crea. John Williams, ) a1e by Georgia and for sale bv appointment atE Eastern Circuit,Florida. Spices, Pickles &c.
H. ,
.: ed by the unhappy miscreants who are now Prusia Williams r,. his Wife. > Bill for Divorce. May 50, 1S43. L& 44 GREENBERG &CO. BARNARD, Jr's., Monticelo, August 22, 1846. S T TNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins.Mangoes, OnJ -
3 -
I .. sowing sedition among our misguided coon. Drug Store, Talabue \ ions and Pickles, pickled Walnut !

the satisfaction
appearing to of the Court that DANIEL LADD, \ Notice. mixe Ler.
S .' trymen. Protestant Ulster repudiates their Prusia Williams, the Defendant in the above stated Monticello and Kechup Capl.Oliv Oi. .
: proceedings, and it is, therefore to be hoped case,do not reside in the State of Florida, and Notary Public, Quincy, SIX months after dale,I shall present my final ac- lard,Pepper and Vior.'n
and vouchers to the Hi n. Judge of Pro and Currants in
.. that it will, to a great extent, escape the that the sid defendant re.iJe in the State of Georgia T.fLL1IASSEE, FLORIDA. HARDY BRYAN, bate in and for Leon County, and apply for of Gob"ie in canister bottles. ,fre Sl1
S .. so that the ordinary process of law cannot be 15, Agent for Thomas ,Georgia. leter Car PoMr d
curse of the fifth vial. April 1848.- 39Sprng county diamission a administrator of the estate Joseph Gayente, Brandy Cherries, Ginger, Cur
served upon her: upon motion of M. D. L. Heetb, May 22, 1847. 44
We cannot pass from this subject without Solicitor for Allen, rant Jelly, MacarroniVerznicilli.Ruasia and After*
Complainant, /it ordered by the Court, and Summer deee.COUNCIL
,I : ,' noticing a remarkable statement published That service b perfected spun said defendant by -Gods New Goods-..Spring Trade. Administrator with tbe B.will ALLEN, ican Citrons.Isinglass, Irish Moms dried Currants, P

in 1752, by the famous Dr. John Gill, relative publication according to law in that case made and BETTON & HIGGS anane.Febrar a
-,. And it it 26,188. 3 NutmCs. Mace, Ginger Allspice i ,
hereby the
by CDII.
:. to the French monarchy. Speaking of provide Drdtt Cou s. F. URNEY
said Defendant now and Clove. Sage
appear or before a large general assort mia Ban.
'. the number 666, mentioned in Rer. xiii. 18,r ra day of the neat term of said Court to be frsl on ARE of reei.inJ AND SUMMER GODS, WOULD return thanks to the public and country Doctor John P. Duval, .et Marjoram, e fower. Rose&Peach waters -

be observes : Wednesday after the first Monday in October next, to which they invite the attention of the public. generally, for the past liberal patron OFFER bis prfeiona services to the citizens extract of Rose, Lmoa, Peh 'Vanilla.
M The numeral letters in Luditicus, or Lew. and answer the complaint of the Complainant in his March 25, 1948. 36 age he has received from them and respectfully re surrounding country Office For sale by LEWIS&AMES.December ,t

,'. is, which is a common name of the French Bill cbage or they will be taken I confessed, and quests a continuance of tbe same. I have just received in Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hay ward's BookStore ., 1847. 2 ., ,
Just Received Warcallar,from New Tallahassee.
the grant such decree shall seem per Yorka GENERAL
#. : kings, make up the same number, and may per in tha case made and provided.A I. pro A T LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a fresh ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and examine February 26. IS4S. 32 Furniture, Caet&c.for SaUu >j *
; denote the destruction antichrist supplyxlL for yourselves.March PAIR of Parlor Conches -
vhichicill copy from tbe minutes of the Couit : New and Valuable Medicines- which 1 Mahogany ,.. :t !
; quickly follow the downfall of the kingdom of JOHN S. PURVIANCE, Clerk. are the folhwing: among 25, 1S43.- 36 DR. C. II. BUNTING 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case,with .dnwsU 4 :
and desk, 2 handsome 1 Double Wheel P .
Jnne5, IS48. 40 4m ** tf
"I .', ?: rl .

Ludovicus is the Latin form of Lewis, or Hamilton Tax Sale. DIER Commission and & HAVING permanently I, located in Quincy,Florida,, apprve. R ,. li
4 1 r Louis, and the name of the present ex.King, virtue of the vested in Designed for, and will cure. Liver Complaint Forwarding Merchants, his services to the public Feb. 5, 18.- 2 At tbe FORUNE. .p
... BY power me by law I Piles (Scrofula, Jaundice and all kindred No
62, Poydras Street, in the various branches of his profession. From his .
Louis attaches interest shall for ;
Philippe, special to expose sale, before the Court House from
resulting disordered stomach impure
a di.eaf a or experience and in Tax Collector's
s. .; this Interpretation. The number 666 door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County,FJo- ,tile of blood. NEW-ORLEANS LA. success pric feel assured Sa. d
.S be made up out of the name Ludovicus bycomputing aida! on the first Monday in November, 1S4S., the I DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, N. M. MARTIN-O. W. SMITH-THO 5.. TMOm.f.Rrferi of Dr.being B. refer able the to please public tbo to may patronise him. X T>>Y shall virtue of the authority yettd i me by law f/i t
following for
property, or so much thereof expose sale, before tbe Court BeeN ,
:. the Roman numeral letters it con "i pay dfcrib County Taxes due thereon for I The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore to Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSOJV, door, in the city of Tallahassee, oa the first }
,''- .. '-A tains. Thus- )ear 1847. to wit : the public, for the eradication of WOXMS, in J W.Argyle,A. Best wick. S. S. Sibley,Tallahassee. Gen. C. H. Dvrovr. Dr. R. E. Llnl.Ore in August next, the following described I
Children or Adults. J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds, the M. E. Church. Ladies wailed prrH'
The South West Quincy. opposite
L. 50 quarter of Section :31, Township 10 much thereof as will be afficient to
.' I. 13,South and HULL'S COUGH February 12, 18-8. 30 on I residence u
Range LOZENGES and
'. V. .5 East.purportiog to belong to County taxes due thereon for the year 1847: 4'IA.
Septembei 11. 1847. 8 .
William J. Mills. Will PKEVENT Consumption, and CDKK I cases ef Section Township 1. Range 1,N ,pur.
4 n. 500 JOSIAH T. BAISDEN ColdsAsthmaSpiltinof Pains the Side John P. u Pi
.5, .. Sheriff, Blo Duva porting belong to W.G. Gould.
... ., :' O. and ex of Tax Col. Hamilton Co.for '47. Shortness of Breath, and Pulmonary Com : ATTORNEY M. D. PAPY, A. A. FISHER,v>. rif v:;

'S., "'"4',, ',, : V. 5 April S, 3 plaints, WILL practice e in the Courts of Middle Florida, g IIIr AS? H.Q a ez officio! Tax Colet Leon .' -

'" ,'t I. .1 -ALSO- Court of Appeals, and the United States January t&s 2 :
Practice in all the Courts in
'. .. : Leather Top Buggy for Sale. DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, District Court at WILL the Middle
C. 100 Talahas. Office on the first floor of the .
Well known a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure Office in Wm. Capitol G. W. HUTCHINS.AUCTIONEER.
band large Horse Barouch. I Buildings,over ,
f..=,. V. -5: ALSO son J. R.two" for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent Book Store, Wilon'. Hawad' ,South wing, room formerly I occupied bj the I

:: : : : 6 June 3, 18 8. 48 At the Tin 'ORTNE. and 11 other Fever. Price reduced to S"mly-fl February 26, 184.! 3Notce. Secretary November of the U,Territory.1845. I ,

_i--;_: :c' Total, 666 DR. J. S. BOND sale The by above Medicines, fresh LEWIS and genuine, are for JOHN ERSKINE, SALES any.part of the county attended l u

&AME months after solicited.
undersigned will
SIX pre repetfull
professional services to the citizens ATTORNEY AT LAW
: Whiggery!-The lion. Mr. Dayton, inhis OFFERS hi bit .counl. vouchers to 1 the Honorable aUUDjK.:
: and the For certificates of recommendation an
: and other information
surroundingcointry Judge of Probate of L H. I &
'"!'. : speech at the Taylor ratification meetingin Offiee at Col. Fisher's 1otel. concerning the above Medicines,see future (hers of dimision administrator County and of apply the estate for lt of( TTTILL attend QUIDCY."Flord. of Gadsden J. BJD. F. I I LYD. Wiaaotv Fu', E

'f.i: : New York, on Tuesday evening last, gave May M. 1817. advertisiments, and pamphlets which may be obtained Henry J.Gaakins,a late of said County, dfft. YV Cny.lhe Circuit Court of Middle Florida, January 22. IS E 27

ti" -,,;:'..' a practical exemplification Whiggery. He N oUa. March of 18 the, 18-18.Agents. WESLEY MANNING and the adjacent Counties of Georgia.

I ,.i5:... Mid-** I am a Whig, a Whig from Trenton, OfX' months after date, the wnderaigned. adminitO 3 By S. S. SIBLEY'Agent. November 22, 1815. 19 tfJJJ Tom lef. Heir, -

\it! ; a Monraouth, Whig, a Jersey Whig, a Whig tratrixof tke estate of B. Fi Lipscomb,deceased, Cabinet Making, &0. Fera,19,18-8. 31 6m Sentinel copy. ATORNE COUNSELR AT LA**

:-j'.tt ;: all over, a Whig first, a Whig last, and a :will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. undersigned have u- & AMES WILL practice in tbe Circuit Court iaesel
Judffe of County, and ask CO.PARTNERSIP-Te New Sprg. LWIS of the Middle Circuit,and ia the
'. .. m7 Whig all the day. Mr. D. here states that Proteahla t b ther.n from this date LOTS S
.'f. J; there are eight different kinds of Whigs. and discharged ami.i rhis of said estate. the two Ihorwi b united, an' business con DWENG SALE DEALERS. IN preme Court sad United State District Court

.si { that he combines the whole of'lbflm When Febrery26,1848.E E. LIPSCOMB.32 6m Adm'x. duce T., are uDderigne bin folly empowere DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS Tallahassee.MonliclloJanuarv.
to do all descriptions of wok (in line, arnHE maJ wrnnte titles I Toilet Articles te. WildlY 29.1843. W f"
"l ::: their own friend tell us that Wblggery II a with fidelity and despatch,and on I reasonable termsor around the above &Pefumer. Slw .

.,n:t1t composition, w* cannot be complained of for Patent Shower Baths. ( cash o approved acceptances as any workmen ia size dwelling lots of Srng pUI.a' Also COLORS, Cfee. :

'r rr calling it a patchwork conglomeration 0( A T the Tta Manufactory( may b had a neat the country The continued patronage of (the pub acre ech. which he now offers for sale low. Plans Apothecaries Glass War Ac.rp Ct BAGS OLD f

.) :!.;:.. odds and.nd4, n little everything : and noth. tconvenient SHOWER (infended ( ate lic is most respectfully ,oUchl. of same, with terms, fcc., can be seen at Dr. E I HE above constantly oa band,and formic at the .U50de.Rio COF .' ;
cLs-nber. It bat Bariard's.Tallahassee. First come has first JL ;'
occupies eacfo E LYCH. lowest prices. 2$ Laguira
choic i mrkt do do
4' What kind of& Whig is Gen. 4
not -
I'1 as todrip "- th for.J VNGDUE LEIS A. Just received and for sale by
.r '1 T.yJor! I-P...... \ 3, IS4844 Tiusautt! X.vcat.v Ne"rtrt. February 13, !i&is. 31 TtIe!! November 20, AME Sept IP, 1317. 9fIII LLOYD .t. r...r..


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