The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
July 29, 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


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
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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Pursuant to a r.solution ptwid at the Dem.
aid LtI$1IIIOIpUC4 it the Pint Smioo
If tie Tkiftlttt COIIptSLNO. ocratic Mass Afe 'ting in May last the delegates .

Tfl1IFLtMttMAN. frjrn the several precincts in Columbia

40.-AN ACT nukin ppropriitioQ* for the county, assembled in Convention at Alligator, .

payment of rerolotionvjTod other pen k>oi of on Saturday 15th July 1948.

the United StttM ro the year ending the thatethJuae The Convention having been called to order
one thoonnd eight hundred and ( .
on motion of Geo. D. Miller Esq., the
ft enmettd by Ike Senate and House ofRepre- t.
i -- -- 1 j Hon. JAMES S. called the ,
UniUd States efjlmtnea, in Copt JONES was to
ttG..fW,That the following be, and I he came TALLAIiiE Chair and GASEET YAXZANT, apppointed Sec.
are beb!. prorrlte. oat of any money in the & retary. I
the "J
IrT not otherwis apptoriilrd.lor payment At the request of the Chairman, Col. W. '
ihirtieth ol -- -- -- ---
the -
the June -
for year -- --------- -- -- --- -
pDtOf. eight udint thirty-nine: anoe ol the act entitled .An act to provide for the Fran thr JVeue'York Organ. GE. BUTLEB'S STECCII AT NEW ORLEA s. amiss, in the meantime to say (bat I have M. Ins arose and in a few brief and pertinent .

for ievolutionary p.ioa.under the act bf the transportation of the mail between the UniUd Sllr We find in the New Orleans Courier of(he made it a rule through life never to seek a remarks explained the object of the Cun\ca ;
and ( countries, and lot THE MAN WHO RODE ThE GOAT.
( er
eighteenth of March eight hundred foreign the third day ol II eighteen purposes.hundred approved 5th inst. the following chase! and eloquent nomination, and never to decline one, bowev. tion.On k:

and the In addition treasury to of(an eighty-three vines(tended thousand balance and forlv-fY. rr of any Mach.other act, in which raid BT JOHN W. OLIVER. speech from Gen. Butler in reply to the recepu'on bumble, when tendered by my friends. The motion of Alexander Bachelot Esq.,the d{

rem eight iniDff hundred and seventy-seren dollar and forty- contrc is :stipulation, on I the part ot such In a quiet village in the sober state of Connecticut speech of B. D. Howard E.q., at the dignity of the office to which I have been several precincts were called in their order i "

three cent, fourteen thousand one hundied and contractor, giving to the United St"'e the right. to flourishes a flourishing Division of magnificent demonstration in that city on the nominated by the Baltimore Con\"pntion-t'H' and the credentials of delegates examined, 1

tirrntj-two dollars and hTly-even rents. shi-9 purchase M an appraised value the steamship or the Sons of Temperance. Much has been 1st imt. TIe Courier introducing the speech manner, and above all the unanimity: with whereupon the following persons appeared i4

For invalid pensions thousand,under dollar various acts,two hundred conveying required mail b\ such, shall contract decline to to be employed and deliver in said about its mysterious mysteries and manya of G n. Butler, remarks (that he spoke with which that nomination was made, render my in l were enrolled as authorized delegates, ]
ind sixty 1.1
for pensions to wHow* and orphans,, under the lo the Unie Slates such ship or or shall refuse quizzical story has been told in relation to greatdistinctness and with a graceful dccii. acceptance a matter of COUtllIn a few diy viz : '

act if the fourth of July. one thomanJ tih liunjrtf name and appoint appraises lo value the the antics of a certain goat, said to be connected lion, and war greatly admired for the manly I shall lay nfTlbe trappings of war-I trust King's Store.-Alesander Bacliclct! ;
in addition to same, agreeably to the provisions of said act, or the, therewith.It BunCt Store. Garret Vanzant.AW tt'
< and thirty-six an unexpended and earnest style of his! utterance and gcsiiculalioi. never to resume them-'mil return fo my -
balance remaining in the of one Sime having been appraised and \alued, shall refuse is said that in .this resides :. I Jarns, 5?.
treasury hunJre to convey and deliver taid ship or ships to the United quiet village own quiet horn, wLere I shall! a await not t gator.-W.ishiiigfn ves, J

and dollars fifty-one and thirty-six thousand one cents hundred, thirty-two and thousand) Slales. (II the pavment, or lender of payment by t ht among others a 'cute Yankee cia remarkably I rust, my rri'nJS.lh:11 but IIttI: will;:i be ex- without solicitude, the rrsut! of tu! great par Jones, Goorge D. Miller and Dazil G. O'Bry.p.n. 'fl

eight hundred and fcrtt-three dollars and sixty-four United Slates, of the sum at winch the said ship or ingenious and curious turn of mind whom pectal l of me I'D reply! to the kind, Ihe cha.te. I ly contest now about fo comm-nce-confirjent. 'i 1

I cent*. hips may have been anpraiitd and valued such for his resemblance to the Pry family, we the eoquent address, lo which we bare just l however in the belief that although the prosperity oJumliu--Gco. W. Cole, Jos. S. Burrett .

I for pensions to widoun'fr the act of the second not person exceeding or persons one, 50 hundred nfiendin thousand*, shall forfeit a to sum be khall name Paul. Now Paul took it into his listened. For I painfully fel thai my reply of our country uny 1m in some degree i and ,\. B. Uobinaon.EJwrJ's. i

Febay. eighteen hundred balance and of fort-eight hundred in rc'aord in any proper aclon. for dulars. the busy noddi'e to enter the gates If our Order" must be brief indeed. Thee are times- affected, its honor and its lilieify willl.c secure .-. L. Wilson, G. W. Stow f

.J and< : .thre unependt. hundred two and twenunine of the United Slalf; in case of refusal" uiiho'it riding the goal. lie therefore lotk.d and believe me this is otu1 of them-when iu the hands of either: party. art and J. Edwards.
siJt iftn or inability to pay the same, shall l be liable lo be imprisoned round mankind" for Son of. Carter's. Jos. A. Ellis L. Jones W. '
I dollars and eightt- en cents remaining: in the among a green the 'heart speaks and we feel thai (Ihe tongue 0
I treasury of a former appropriation for the payment ol the court not renderirigjudmer.t excetdins one year lor, at tlt penalty.dill retion Temperance-and having filed his mind upon s-houlcbe mute. How many memories crowded i MAJORCEN. WM 0. BUTLER.It Walker, L. K. Mickler.

J 1 cf pensions, uo.the act of seventeenth June eighteen Sic: 4 Jlndbeit ju"ht,,oded. That to secure a victim lie started in pursuit, and found : arouid me ns I listened to (hit address is interesting to observe how warmly thepress. Santa Fee.-Win. To\vnsoid: :and Win. .

.! two(ort hundred.tour.and one seventy hundred dollar and: thirtjx and- the regular transmission of' the mail to and trim his man. Alter' erercising his pumping in. How maty and how varied are the feelingsnow I without distinction of party, has greetedthis T. Niblack.EllUvlllc.. .5. 3

thirten thousn. foreign countries, the Postmaster Gt'Drrl be, and he genuity in a manner' too tedium mention." struggling in my heart f fI dittingnM.ed: soldier. It is a complimentdue .-S. Hancock, Ji*. M. Craves, t

For half pay pensions to widows and orphans, on is hereby aUlhotzf unreasonable and inquired and to impose fines he found himself the road homo tickled to have lulencd to the oVIic&ie praises of a not only to the hero, hut to the statesman. G. U. Ellis, Wm. Barco and Tyra Pari.. h. ,-

payable throagfc the Third Auditor's ofLce, in addition I' contrclou. any unnecessary pieces with the idea of being in full of Cedar Creek.-James M. Burn. d. -
The Della
delay in the departure of such mails, or in theperformance possesfcion race patriot* from which I nm perhaps too, says : 5

Tretrary to a of eight unexpended thousand balance seven hundred remaining and in ninety the. ol the trip : PiorfWrrf.Tha1 the fine lora of that mys.Zeriousword which would unlock proud to have I':ruo;. The briefest day His manner anJ person are very striking Jo'nnillc.-John Harvey and Geo.Comls. .
nine .y one default shall net exceed ol the con. the Division door, and put him in of On motion of Joseph A. Ellis E q., Wm.I. ,
etlars and tour ccnti thousand {five hundred one.lal pOSSe my own youth rise vividly! before me I te.1 and strongly remind one of Gen. Jackson, whoin I.
tra" pr.ce; paid for the trip. session of" [ Durrance allowed to act J
dollars. up'n sesame. the Place d'Arne.t-my was as delegate
:Src t C AndleitfurtfiercnactrdThat it not young companions: his day had no superior in this or any oth.
For arrearages prior to the first of Julv',rne thousand 511:1 In the mean time, PatilV from Mineral Sprtns
be lawful was communicated girding on (heir swords for their fir bittle
hundred and fifteen, through t'-e' for any contractor f'-r transporting the t : er country, in emprcssment, ease, warmth, and 4tOn
right the Second and Third payable in addition i- mail to any foreign country to assign or transfer his to a few waggish spirits sifihe Division that mighty battle on whose dread issue wa even elegance of manner. Gen. Duller stands motion of Col. Ivts it was resolved

to an unexpended balance of .IJllloII. two I contract and all such alignments' transfers shall and appropriate arrangements were slaked not only I (he fate of your noble citvbiittho erect and straight: his 'head hieing thrown back that a committee of five be appointed, to draft .s,: ,.
be null and said : Pro"idtl. That assignments andtransfer made for his rules fur the of this Convention. .i
hundred and one dollai and .Jorty-fire eighthundred reception. garnered f-easures of hearth. In government
cent. your with a hold and candid expression. His
*, which) have been made and accepted by the eye
dollars Meeting night came, and after the brothers the language of ,liieu-l i it indeed Whereupon: Messrs. Ins Eachelct, Stewart.Burrett ? :
Sec. 2. And be it ftuther enacted That the Postmaster General or the Secretary "T I t Nay, before my was a is keen and very bright but with its daring I
to the second section of the act entitled .proviso An the pssageoftbis uct, .hal not be affected by had pretty generally assembled, the O. S. I daik and perilous clay, and one that seemed there is mingled a mild and benevolent expression and O'Bryan, were appointed said ':
this Fertun hoard a strange noise at the door, like unto the prelude of Hill darker committee, whi having retired for a short '
a most t
act making appropriations for the payment ol revolutionary : night.-Tbe 1 indicative of the! kind and lender, as
and other pensions ol the Unite Slates for i Approved June 27, ISIS. the Heatings of a certain animal familiarly sanguine had but little hope and consternation well as the firm nnd intrepid character of the j time: returned and reported the following: ;:i

the year ending the thirtieth one thousand. NO. 51.-AX ACT to change the name rf the steamboat called Billy. The O. S. true to his; instructions I' seized upon the many. But iu that hour of The carriage of the General is that of j jman. | rules: i

eight hundre and Mayitevcnth.eigUren forty-!eren, and for hundred other Iur.pOic..ppro'f II I .C'liarlrs Dlwnu'I," to lit.Calhcun." opened the door a jr. gloom God sent us that great peculiar man a gentleman military precision and bearing, 1. In voting on nominations tha votes shall .

lorS-six. ad the same is heiebt'. rppta'f.' Be it spractd by "/' ". of lirpt enenlatifcsofthel'nittd Hah !" said Paul. i the fire of whose eye could: warm the coldest! soiiened and modified by that ease and polish be taken rica race and each precinct: represented ,':

ROBT. C. ('on- Bah Bah Bah !" returned the heart and make the timid brate who here shall be entitled to two votes. U.
WJTIWJ' aitemlUJ never which much intercourse with the world and a
Speaker of the House of Rfprtsrnfali"c I prtt Tliat the coIUctor of the port O. S. and flew the door. I 2. The persons receiving a majority: of the
open suffered doubt hold in
hack the time
C. M. DALLAS.Vice the S ate of South Carolina, be, and : to arm cultivation of all the duties of hospitality are
President cf the United Slates, .arid lit hereby, u. autln,nz.'d ts ISMIC an enrolment and Paul walked in, looked knowingly the \\hilt-' : danger. Order succeeded to chaos and vie- calculated! to impart. There is an offhandj j votes of the several precincts represented -g1
I Icr I the steamboat and took shall be tIC: nominees of this Convention. ,
lcen"t railed he- Ctialuon. a seat among the initiated. The to order.
President of the Senate. tory edness and readiness in the General's re pon- I
t?. in the iisme if lilt .Calhoun ? the owner sham business Which was ad:ptt'd.
Approved June I J S.5. thereof, William A. proceeded as though nothing To have been present on so trying an oc sos to the welcomes and compliments of his I
Carson Ihe usual fee, I J
paying of M. Craves it
JAMES K. POLK. had Oi motion Jo-oph Eq.,
and happened. casion and to 'have taken in the glorious .
complymsin all tetpects with'the laws regulating part i friends which are very impressive and picasinj. -1
the Worthy Patriarch," at length said battles was resolved that this Convention now pro-
mem- which followed
yO.Ac ACT to the at entitled An granting of enrolments and IICtIUN 0 sea. it, would: be accounted .
act (for the regulation amen seamen en board the public eels employed in the coa.'ingtr. de ; mil enrolment her in a soienai! and impressive manner, the memorable incidents in a life the We wore very mach: interested by a little 01 eJ to nominate two suitable persons ns candidates 1

and private ve.soUol the United States," passed .1lal!state in addition to the usu..l de cii| tmn, that j ir'ot1> who last enteied, having: neglectedto most distingu: bed. In one so humble an I so incident that occured during the General's to n-present Columbia county in the '
the third of M.reh. eighteen hundred and thn- mer name rf said hle.ic.bout! was I the Charles turn the usual and I' I next General Assembly. f
Downing, ar d that it was charged by authority cl I; somerset light upon uneventful, as my own they nsi'ute: : an epoch. levee, which we may relate, we trust, without
teen. I this : his big toe-it is evident to mind j Neittothe done I Whereupon the names of several prominent
art. very consciousness
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Kepretntatttcs my proud ofhtxing violating our neutrality.! A sturdy mechanic J ,
I Approved June >, ls 4 that he has not been initiated. I tlll ref're democrats were put in nomination and
of thl United Stales of Jtmettea in Con- > o I my ditty on those great occasions, is (the tip.pional I who was introduced tothe General graspinghis
frtH asseintiled. That the last clause. of the tnrlllh mo\e that we proceed to put him through !" I (those( whose good opinions I prize. I hand with the vigor of devotion added I Ito the Secretary proceeded to call the precincts
NO. '
of the 32 \:; ACT lo tuihonze! tIe issuing; reg- h t and record the votes The resultwas _
article herebt as given.
act amended
canli.ta2 of the I later to the; schooner Jsme c: i Second the motion shouted t. dozen. That I have been so fortunate nato meet yours, the fervor of personal admiration, and looking I :.,

duringthesaid following words five, lo wit years:.out vuthwJt of the being at any"of lime the Bf il enacted by the Senate and Houre of Rrprc-,I I guess I'd better retire," said Paul rising fills me with a sense gratitude which I will intently into the General bright eyes as follows :
United States," be, and the eameii" hereby repealed s ntatieet of the Untied Slates t-f America, in Con- I I and evidently Unf'RSy1 guess there not attempt to express. Some of)ou, gentlemen remarked in a strong voice General, you George E. McCIellan, 20 rotes"

Approved June 26, 18 direction ol I the up
Secretary of the Tteasury, a register Wm. G. Stewart, 2" aIcssrs.
to go. But they wouldn't let him. familiar with, and deeply interested in its history the in the world. take
enrolment ; to
or for the schooner James, lortncrly a Tri-: I greatest army only .
and Ellis
.S.-AX ACT to regulate the exchange of cer tish "esst'I], but new vMi-r bv Timothy Canaan, a All)' one who once gets in here, must go ; you will therefore believe me when 1 the Vice Presidency of the greatest nation in : McCltllan having received r

documents Bt it enacted and the other Senate publications of Con re"! citizen of Snot!) Oyster'/ Bay, Queen' county State.! thiough," said a blacksmith who stood six j say lhat I prize your approbation above that the world.! The General blushed and remarked a majority the votes were declared .
by and House :
of flepre.statelier of New York, arid which said 'e- el, been feet within his boots. So be till duhnominatt.d as the candidates: of the democratic .
hating just quiet of nil others. Suffer then without
of the United States f .imo-a in : j jwe me appropriating that his friend certainly did not ones.timate j.
and the south shore .t of Columbia! for
condeinn-d on ( Representatives

\\f1Cd I county
Cntrrcss That the Joint Lrg :l'llhe goat ready. to the' handsome and party
CommitNe myself the honors referred but he had
R'lmbe. on \\ purchased 'him, and which many to, no 1
te I the General of the
the Li ruI appoint such agents. a< they ma' cjucd. to be rtJairtdrorirJ.bJ I llall be proved 'J he door was fastened, and all hope of es-1 complimentary (things which my young brolh. doubt he looked with too flattering a view upon to Assembly
from time to time deem requisite to carry into .. I to the of cap-uascut cfT. Paul trembled. The black-1 has been State of Florida.A ;
nh-roCliol Cr the Tienury ers soldier pleased to say ofm'. silO. his merits and qualifications.The .'t
fet the donation and exchange of such documents that the ( ot the repairs made States, smith ali, ai J closet: anJ i committee consisting of \It srs. Wilson! a,
e opened out
and other I l'III-lmll [ pulled ,; ply to thank not only for distinguished the I.
publications as have been, or shall be, you Gen. Butler
alter ll.e purcluie use MK! 1 Picayune says : was one Hancock, Townsend and Combs, were on motion .fr
sack. Paul
; present a turn white. !
their : which have this
placed at disposal for the reception day given me,
pirpose.Scc. owner exceed of Ihe orizmal cost of you of the earliest appointments for the war. He Wilson
inform 1/
Iht.e.fcurltIS of C. L. to
Eq., appointed
2. And be itfurthet'enacted. That all bools Prepare the victim said the W. P. lj-4 fur former and kindness. 1
building a "clI of the time tonnage m the UiuttdS'atcs. : your courtesy took the field at and assisted in the '
such once, re. Messrs. McCltllan and Ellis of their .
( the
1aimite through agents lo use ot the Paul uprangto his feet, and begged for mpr. I cannot but remember gentlemen, that a re. "
{jovernaent of the United States, or ot any government _" but there known." duction of Monterey. He played a conspicu-i i nomination which duty having been per- .r1
was -
of a State or of or of any departBMot NO. cy mercy ception even an warm and grateful as tho pre- iris in that bloody siege, and there received .
53. an'.1.
itllegijIt'If -AN ACT coricernin the taking of official alii I part fjrmcd both those gentlemen appeared
; He
hustled into the sack of
tbe o" rDmnt ,. (.1 or cia oaths was spite cent met our army in If 15, on ib return from and I
r G ( in District of Columb.a.Be wound which
I.t a painful the nomination.The J
or of the Academy Point, of the the kicking resistance he could make. The the battle accepted
Sate. Wet or it enacted Ly tie Senate and house t f Krpresentalitxf I field-hat your arms and your bus. forced him to withdraw for several months I
then commitlee
Institute,shall be admitted into tie: United happened to bo out of sorts that appointed a
o'I.r ClttJ Stair of.-lurito. in ConZrett goat night, pitable mansions were thrown open to welcome '
Sates duty free. from active service. When next he appear, I consisting of .Messrs. Ives, O'Bryan, Burrett, ;
a$ all ofhcial paths reqiiiird bylaw and so an wheelbarrow \\as substituted.Paul that maidens with
: us- met u<
SE. 3. And le i further enacted That the sum I lo J tie taken" l by officers of the Units States nay, trundled around the first 1 your it is to assume the command in chief of the I \Jickler, Harvey, and Miller, to draft resolutions ':
of \sas room- smiles and their : !
two dolar. i ic hereby appropriated, out in Ihe Ds-trirt ol' C< l adnnni.t 'red and backwards hung garlands: upon our army Mexico: a station for which he was : expressive of the views of this Convention .1{
of and then forwards sticks
any tn.ney in net otliorvtne -over words.
treasury appropriated tified onenf ,
and the by ant thejuJges cf thcCrul(( eminently fitted by his sound judgment and hich committee having: retired for a 1f.:
; same is put at the, of the by the judge of the criminal: 1 court of the said cel'l wood, down stairs and up stairs. !
Library, Commitee. for the purpose of car 'ing into trict. Bah !" said the blacksmith, stopping to A third of a century has passed away, but discretion as wt'lfaa brilliant courage. But :, short time returned and reported the following -

cfehuch agenc., and donation and rxclanf and Aj'prov.-d June 2*, 1SJS. blow.! [ i these are things which never can he forgotten. I Gen. Butler i is more endeared to the citizens : resolutions which were unanimously adapt -

ofpaying thereto. epenle already incured in relation I *. Please let me out," pleaded Paut."Cau'l Tbese are memories horn of Ihe heartwhich of this State }by his exploits: here in the campaign ) ,,!

m'oLUTI ; can only die when the hear! die!. I of '14 an I '15, than by his later deeds Resohcd, That the war between the UniI .
JlpprovidJune2t5 2t .lSle. NO. ".-JOINT: in relation to t'i! : It ill doubtless be expected that I should and command. He has .
< present high e cry ted States and Mexico was a just war on our
tra'is]>r>rlation arid iliscf argc .f the force rf"adlf'd: the Falls of Niagara-rnubt I
XO. 49.-AN ACT giving further time for siti>f)in 5 ol the United States at the close of military tile war ",11'1, put }ou through the shower bath !I" Paul wiped ; say something of the Mexican war. Had I j claim upon the whole body of our pt-op'e' for part, the result of repeated acts of aggression .

claims for bounty lands, and for other puroo. :Mel; ICO.JiCMileed. I the time and were (the occasion proper, I would I a cordial reception, whilthi" recent nomina- and outrage by the Republic of Mexico upon

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of llij>retentative by the Senate anr house of I:,jresetitatirtitofthr ] awai perspiration.C'irak j: gladly fellow our gallant army step by step. 1 I I iintoa high ofiic-e of State by one of the great j our citizens and cur territory, and mr-
the United creak, creak, went the old wheel
*of ica ; Unitid : '
Ct.n.fUl Ial" of in Congress ,
Slalrlj.1/t / 'tfnrd through its hri lunt career victory. I hatf: parties of the him
] vindication
country gives a peculiar 1: es;arllv couiinenccd: and prosecuted in
Gut/ILltd. That second *c-<.n usutn'jt'J, That on t if-pttrjtn.n .f h ace barrow found the roi>m auain. At Paul's -
(1 the went.nluth COIrts!,cliater; axta: ; .nine.fnI I I Mexico, by J ir' sty 01 lt! peace duly ratified and Will pro- : canted solicitation the shower bath wasIlil.. exam.ned minutely and lingered in admiration | Ilnd! upon lUe afT'Ctions: of those who think :: of our national rights and honor and

titled" An act to provide for Mii!!'tin
bounty with Great lands for military services in the"Ute war \Iwthtr "OUltpf1! ii, re uLr-i: or the ross Inc (Oq'I, j I I been otherwise "ulllarnuII.a ro Paul and lek my heart bounJ prouder and my wonder I The Commercial Times says : Ii I every American citizen, for his promptness
Britain, and for other "ho by Ian or the teriiis of ll. '
< ir engagernint. ire
I purple. IPI'roe \ I grow at every step I took. One feeling, lIe has left too recollections in the in repelling the from our soil, nnd the
enemy .
July twenty-teien eighteen hundred and forty.C 10"1 l discharged! at tb.e close of the war. fhall., urdl!! was liberated-a terrified man. lie blurted many ]I
tlO, and also the two act approve I January twent.. the direction .,f the President ol the Umud State 'j 'for; a lawyer fur vt-ngence. But I he lawyer ; that of their own invincibiliiy: -wtuch is but I' bosom of Louisiana ever to tread her soil I zeal energy, and wisdom, witliwhich he l.a'conducted :

and seventh eighteen hundied ar\d thirty-five', therein be tranC''rtt' or marched ills the least |racticaule )I, told him he had better nothing about it- I another tHim"' fur victory-seems to have animated j without meeting the heartfelt gratulations of 'i the war to an honorable aDd glorious -
thereby rein', shall b*. aid the tame are ( ) .ports or places in the United Stats, j' say every bosom, from the Commanding 1 her children. We confess ourselves under '. termination.
revived and continued I and he finally concluded not lo.
t in
hereby force for five as may be t ansI tiuSt ronv'reitnt In
be ora' xpnsiie j (Gen. down. No disparity of numbers no i the influence ofenthusiastic in dwelling Resohed That in the names of Lewis
to computed from and after the passage of llnsact. the Iroop4-ai.d at such pl-ccs Ihrv shall di".1 It so happened, that where Paul woiked a j feeling,
t Approved June 1SJS.SO rhai t-d from the service ol' the IlilflI"II'lt! ; number of girl were employed. One day strength position: no intricacy or depth of I on the career of this well deserving and Cass and William O. Butler we recognise a

tU until they tlull .j.ecti\ty! "' sin pUrc Paul entered the ladies department." That defiles, could nave the enemy from flight or time honored citizen. His career, even from ticket for President and Vice President of the

50.-AN ACT to amend the acl to provide for and -discliarcedll.eolficcr. and loon ..rial! be consid.cel. j Irish slaughter.! There has been one unbroken I his bojhood is identified with the brightest United States, which meets with our unqualified .
the transportation of the mail between the United paid and IIf".led as in the service 01 the morning an girl had been admitted to ,
) chain of victories from the first battle of Palo deserves the full
United "tites, Ihe the establishment and the passages of bis country's history. A hero of approbation, and which ,
f States and foreign countries,and lor other purposes in lne: n.anntr as if the war h.d mischievous imps
not closed I Aito, until the proud city of tho Aztecs f..I1.- memorable the of Chalmelte active and zealous support of the democracyof
Be it two ,
enacted by the Senate and Haute of Htpretentatheiofthe had wrapped her up iu a piece (.f canvass., wars plains
.t> united Stjte of.imeiica in Cen- I Approved June 1C;, J JvJS. I and wete wheeling' her about (the floor. \\hen the t faithful hand of history shall have and the streets of Monterey shall ever gloriousy this StateResoked *

t pest l.tltd. That the Postmaster General under 5NO .. What 'ou- ?" recorded the different campaigns which makeup witness for him when the records of his That we regard the resolutions ,
s\ed! Paul.
of the President of the L'uiledSatesbe S.-JOINT RE-OLUriON providing for the are doing I the Mexican tie, reader will I
war. military the Baltimore Convention thoroughly
: deeds soldier and is passed by as
I outby
as a a patriot sought
be it hereby anlhxirtd and pat mmt of the regiment ol Texa taunted troors Biddy's ridding the gllat. archly said the
.to chare upon anJ collect from empow.M.ers called into the service s.f.II e t'riit.d States, uId'rIht' ringleader. Paul bolted. search in vain throughout the annals of (the contemporaneous life, or future generations.Gen. democratic, and the principles thereinset

and other mailable matter carried to or al ant port requisition; of Col Cuilis in (the tear eicliteenliundnd The man who rode the rtal" is well world for one which ill more strongly thai. I Butler! conies hither the representative ( forth are such as we are proud to maintain '
f the States in and l lorl.'...- en, and fur oilier Jorge his admiration or Lo more of his t
o Unile any foreign packet ship rr the puipuctsRrsotfrdby known in (Ihe \'ill"g -and is often pointedout worthy ,-alas they are now few in number, indeed before the world.
Senate and house .
f Qler r.d. the laoe rate or rate ol charge for of Hrj>resmut- I study. of that band heroes who in the of Resolved That the nominations made at :0'
: day
t which the to which lives of the {,eitl Stairs oj _Jlmnira in 'OPlprl1l1 ( by (the little Iiii) a. We rnther think thenext
roei ptag or other "t government!el belong, imp-'Sf* tJc ,L/rJ. That the S.'Ctf"lan ofVar 1 be, and 'lie IHliere'jy i lime Paul wants to enter a secret gocicU All (the great objects of the war hate at last trial for New Orleans rushed from the woods the Madison Convention, meet with our cordial .

poa letters and other mailable matter convetrd t authorized trod required to cause lo be paid.) he will go in the front been accomplished ; our rights have been SUS. and forests of the West to meet the invader approbation, and we pledge ourselves to c:;

a from such foreign country in American packets or out of any iirn-\ppiKJt d apjiniprutiorikTcr the pnisecution *- way. tainerl, our: wrongs most t signally redressed. A who vainly imagined he had the Crescent City use all honorable means to effect the election

other ve 4el*. I the postage of such government, and ol warbetween the United Slats ot Anie- nation that had wantonly thrown, herself out within his in 1314.15-lhe struggle on of the nominees. ,
time to revoke the And shall be Ihe rica and the republic of Mexico the reciment of GOING TO CONGRESS. grasp .11.
same. it
a duty any of all custom-bouse officers and other United Texas mounted troops, which was mastered into the of I the pale civilization, has been taught (lieneresimity the bloody battle field in the outskirts of this Resolved, That our warmest acknowledgments .

8at; agenu, designated or appointed for that purPO service the United States lor six "months under Going into Western member's room of adhering to its laws and usages great Emporium of the South and West, gave are due to the democ/atic members of .1 '

*, U enforce o carry into eflect the forepomeprovision the requisition ol Colonel Curtis in the year eighteen the other day (says a Washington correspondent In fine, gentlemen, in I the language of the day, proof of their courage and devoteduess, and Congress, from th3 non-slaveholding States, 4i'

and to aid or assist in the collection of hundred and forty-seven, and discharged beiore: of the Boston Courier) Hud seeing him we have conquered a peace. With that peaceI vie'ory was the meed of their prowess. who voted with the South on the Wilmot Proviso ,
such And to that end it shall be joining the army. the pay and allowances of mount with his off ill the middle
fo inch postage.officers and agents, on suspicion of f'rul ed men, from the tIme the several companies there coat of the apartment am aware, many are dissatisfied ; for my These are facts that are deeply imprinted in for their adherence to Constitutional principle -

I 0 and examine, in the presence (.f two or frud.more I arrived ilt San Antonio I the place of rendezvous, up 'lo his middle in documents and own part, I am content. the grateful memory of Louisiana and are in preference to sectional prejudices. '

pectable persons, being citizen of the United : until (hcy were ml'HlrlCd out ol .service and the speeches, and letters laboring i industriously Though feeling, iu common with the whole sufficient to answer for every survivor of that Resolved, That the South can only maintain

States! mj package| or package supposed IT contain / iiMul pay ansI Iraveiii: g allowances from tIle time with his franking pen, I alluded to his press country, the strongest objections to Ihe man- memorable day, their heartfelt gratitude. her rights and dignity when her suns art : .
ailable matlrr. found on board such |'actrt tht-v (left( their hones until they reached San Antonio of private businefiK"Stranger which the was made, I have exerted avowed
tier m treaty and that the
< There is a peasing! feature connected with true, recent supp.irtofan
other vessels tl.d from the place where mustered
they were
elsewhere. audio .if I "
eury, neb packet n other vt-snels prnent.from enlennc t,e-, out nf service until they cached their home ; and I said he, I never came lo every energy of my mind, and I trust to the name and fame of Gen. Butler. Notwithstanding I Wilmot Proviso man for the third highest office

breaking bulkor making U deuncf. all such the companies ol Captain Smith and Hill until (hey Washington l efore : this office member ol dime advantage, in effecting its ratification. tbe natural virulence: of party ; in our government by our present rrpresentative .

1 -e ter. o other mailable matter are du.t unfl; delivered refused lo b< nms'rred "ut of, s"r\"icr. or were disbanded Congress is not what it IK cracked up lo he.I .- Immediately on HMiimiug coruinuid: of the feeling, and considering the prominent position i. in Congress, the Hon. Edward

SOto the Unite State post otlice I by their respective captains aid also that he I I calculated to have a good time here this which most unexpectedly! devolved onme before I Cabcll mfcts with deserved
artnVt ( he the Carrington rep-
Sec. 2.. bl further all letters cae lo be paid lo Ihe aid iccmienl the full value I now occupies country, so
enaeted. winter, after racing all o\er my district, and the viral question of entering into an ar. does he stand in the rvhnsion by his constituency. ,
I t other mailable mailer conv Part of tie United Sl.fe by any foreign any or them fir want of foraze, during the period* herein making more than flte hundred stump speeches in utic*! was presented. I was aware that; a I the firs! line of vituperation( or reproach is yet Resoleed' That we pledge our un HviJed

f Hip, except inch nn ealrd letters rtliin pad.c j to 4id specifiidProtided, That, nothing in the act approved in order to get elected. But the fact is, similar measure had proved of no avail and I lo be written of him. One distinguished: support to Messrs. McCIellan and E lis, the
tip or veiMel, or of the second March eighteen nundred and forty ou can see the I it is fallen the .
any part cauo I hereof' a ) way enjoy mjself some censure had on general who recollect stated that it nominees of this Convention
print, we openly was a
*y b to the owner or owner, consignee seven, e.itttled An act lo amend an act to provide what I call the
directe having enj.o.\ mt'nts horribly. resorted to it. I knew that whatever reptila. On motion of G. Vanzant, Esq., thr. e cheers
t eni sid chip or other wr. !. khall be f r Ihe pay men: of hor!es and other property lfwt and a pity that he was not a whig.The .
t subject .I pottage charge f whetlier devtreiyed/ in the military service of I (Ihe United Why sir, I never began to woik in this way lion I possessed was staked upon the success were given for the democratic nominees.On .
Mr lo any person in the Slalt o elset State.** approtrd eigIieenth; January fiphteen hundred before in my life." of the measure ; but believing .the lime to be British Don't Like Cass.-Grn. Casa motion of G. W. Cole Eq., it was

1br't> ; Provided. I u done by the "packet or other I and thirty-seven shall be construed lo revive Well, sir' I replied, (the honors of (lie propitious, i did not hesitate. The result has has unfortunately, says the N. Y. True Sun, Resolved, That the proceedings of this

a foreign country, imposing postage on lelt the ,f.roviso lo the second f'rtiont.heart approvedthe rtalion undoubtedly compensate you for your been fortunate for myself more fortunate for encountered the decided hostility of the Brit. Convention be published in all democratic
miilable fifteenth of June, eitrhleen hundred and :
matter from such forty-
conveyed or coun. '
trJ.\y any packet other ship of the United State, four, entitled An act making an appropriation for labors. the nation. I feel more pride and gratifies- jab presssl! The Canadian papers are downon papers in this Stat* I -

qri i in foreign packet o ships or other vessel, e\-1 the psymsoat of bnrlll'llOIIt| by the Missouri volunteersin The honor be I HI ruled ; all I wish, is that lion in restoring our gallant army to their his nomination ilh a malignity of feeling On motion of C. I.. Wilson, Esq., the Con

I. any par o tlwt raron tbereof. I may b die belonging lo vlunteerswhjch wtre lost in I he Gulf. 4 How comes on jour loan bill in your them to a hundred victories. They are now coadjutors and the miserable remnant of the JAMES S. JONES, ChairmRH.G. '
cted to of' Mexicosince Ihe thirteenth May eighteen hundred '
owRtr owners, consignee or r nrwes factious Barnburner It cannot he for.
o branch ?
arriving Thousand of press. VANZANT
daily amongest Secretary.
u aforesaid, and such letters other maila- and forty-six, I y heing throw n overboard or you. ,
1Smatte are hereby to be or dt into "thf'rwi".ha 1 be paid for IB the same manner as is 4 O, they are pouting away sir, and hereI their comrade have died the victims of a gotten by those in the interest of British power

the eAte States pt relire ofc by the liwerf or com- provided for I the payment of other lost horses in this am, franking speeches. The Lord only malignant climate or fallen in battle-oft those I that Cass was the first man to land, in A Sign in the West-Strong for Cass and i

1 all o other vessels when act. knows what is in them., who return many will wear the sallow of disease arms, upon British soil, HI the last war. The Thz.tIer.-ln Illinois the democratic party have'

oct tflVibg when. and to be taken from a United Stale post I Approved. Jane 16, IsIc.Friendskip.Wiien S And (the. Ten Regiment Bill ?' on their cheeks and the seed of death brilliant affair at the Canard* still occurs to their ticket of candidates for all the State .

11 cb'leble deparill.bI this and act the postage and for paid theieon I WP lee the leaves dropping 41 know nothing about h, and don't wantto. within their hearts. But on all their tattered their unwilling memory And, ahove all. offices ready for the polls. The whig party
l I I.or fo conveying said refusing or I Look at them J letters,' pointing to a two banners there is not one blot of aba me. they cannot forget that when Minister to had their candidate for governor, &c., also i
the United States ., 1tI.n over o from the tre, in the beginning of au.tumn. France be bearded the British lion-braving announced and the fair
be o intended lo I bushel of private( correspondence Look at In my absence my democratic friends have ; prospect wut pretty

CQ''e b af1.lhlp o vessel of' such f. reicnSfiSSSKsHSH" I jutt each think vie, is die friendship of ; these speeches, not a quarter of them franked. conferred on me a most distinguished mark of the combined interest of the allied powers for a decent contest, in which the democratic

=ft 9hO e PIOD.thereof., arid. the party otending I the world ; while the tap maintenance lasts, Wl'at attentioncan I give to loan bills ? Sir, confidence and irast l. by nominating me a., and stood before the astonished world the majority would have be reduced, perhaps, to
5". t d fla pay n exceeding I I attend proud and triumphant champion of the free. 15,000. On the announcement of the Taylor!
o lo eseb snce. I filends swarm in abundance around us, but in I must to my constituents. their candidate for the second office in the
Pepio .3."r6iftdwm.ded.Ta incaethe We left him to his business. Our imprcs.. gift of American people. Owing lo my' dom of the seas Well may the Hamilton nomination, the whigs prudently withdrew

P.f th d'fflon of any Dcopora_ I winter of'need they leare us alone and naked. ion is, that it takes all Saturday and Sundaytoo fr-qtient change of place, I have not as yet (Canada West) Spectator, mourn over the their candidate*, and left the track open, *o a*

tpl. enteies into I He is a fuitonaf man that finds a real 1 friend to bring up the franking and lettrr.writ. received a reguharneti6cationofthat nomina oelectionnfa candidate, to use its own "words not to show to the world too soon the 20,000

1 I Ii ia bis need ; bat more truly happy is be ly ing Business of the week, for the a embmelJow l- tion. When it reaches me I shall endeavor 44 BO notorious by"his hostility to Great Britain majority which Illinois will gise for Case itidButler.

: la', that lath 30 ee orb;9 ad. gflt t to cb'j'cK. '* to p-vt: toil a :!aWe ars... Jt 11'1 jr not be and this calony. .-Uaton.


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!i Htt.,-' :: GOING GOING GONE ground, determining not to longer associate nounred- biro and- -all whigs f r that lev "4" tor Ihe baotb !I6'ritjf I Keep I befor the People A caI1lW* .__,

11 ,. with a party who gave aid and comfor" to traitors to their country and jtheir ; Hon. MATHCW HAI& McXtusTirf: or That .i.r,the Whig candidate (or Son time* ago the STlTix 8tftl It'Oh mhflSl1! "

I ?; i ; : .. RENT.C1.&flONSFROM WHIGGERY. to an enemy in war-that, at least, my name for this, federal wb'gery bates him ia, addressed 'the Democratic Conrer- Vice President of the United States, while a Representative >* protpeeU in Florida anti '.aoalftd t'-t

'. t An esteeci'J patron ;in Giles county, writes should not descend to future time with the lost heart." [Immense ap huse.;] Georgia at oft the 21s In Congress from one of the ,strongest Abolition he would"sweep thrccgh the Slatt like It t

.J I' I .. <. :' to us to discontinue his paper, as lie is deter. cure of infidelity to my loved country, and of -__ ___ ___ ____ ] Mi.dgetl. his Districts in the State of New York, always lightning. We have bee. daily lockiog e,told tor I .
1 1.1':. ,: mined la suwport Cau and Duller. We Are federalism, upon it. I have investigated more last, and in tie eloquent Voted wjjh GiMingi, Adams, Slat and Gate* to General -strtddfeof that .trea of 1Chr.illf'

1 .$, "*. '0"1'0 part with;1 a good! subcri i.! er, but would closely than ever the general principles! of de. THE to the Democracy of our sister State, receive i lie incendiary petitions of Abolitionists carious to see bow Old \Vhil J'r master "otJd I

i vi t 'r-i- utand up for old Zck, tf we Io.t all or list.Chailatooga. .- mocracy, and am prepared to avow my firm -- up to the gaze of the people of the astfng Congress to abolish slavery In tile District of bear bimsell In his new and fleeter toia a| J t?

5: 't"Site1 : Gazette. adhesion to the pure principles of its creed "LET Uf ALO. .. the Whig candidate for Vice Presiden Columbia and in the 7'tiDt*-* ,\ beingone strange lo lay he bas not jet made his sppej t'"
: --- --- While purzlinK! ourselves
and their ever-enduring, evar-extending, -- --- - of them sccoentortb dilsi
Millard Fillmore in the ,
ant States, *
MARION Twicr. Cor.tTT Ga. the Saturday 29 KEEP PEOPLE met with the fallowing explanation ia the l !!
\ ; salutary tendency to goo government Juy altitude IT BEFORE THE -lat.
1;l?* JuneJ7, 1548. S the race of men. For thtle reasons, I hum. =- ----===- -- --- encouraging : That Millard Fillmore voted to instruct' the Iliad :
: ; :, Gen'lftncn Enclosed I send five dol. admission the surest DEMOCRATIC NO IATI any Southern man support him? Shake off Sloth !.(mce mere, we
i .i : you bly crave among you, a lo his vote while a member of Congretu Committee on Territories lo bring in a bill repeat Crieiid, of Taylor in ibis State to b wir* 1.

; I' : : ,,- I.irs in fill payment of my indebtedness for method of proving my sincerity, and evincingmy ran rncaincMT. 01 TIIK fwrrED : IJlin.t the South we find his mine constantly' inK a law passed by IheTERRITORIAL. LEGISLATURE Lazy confidence will not do ; and if* they up and do doiDJ.RclhTj

_" ., t. ;. the Republican ; and I dsk you to discontinue esteem for the party whose motto is "pro GEN. LEWIS CABS these of Shade and Giddings!! The OF FLORIDA, forbidding: the emigrationhere our voice in I hi. retard now,they will be
J :$_ it to my address. The decision of the timesurges grus," and whose platform is i], ; ." of Conpie tell a unifoim story ol his hos of free negroes and mutattoei, to excite our to remember it with shame and sorrow hereaitft very liJrtJl

.< ." me t.the dttPrmmatln to read no political I am, &c. &c.. yours, : ntemen! OJ MICHIGAN. the, guaranteed Constitution as they by are rote by against that instrument Southern slaves to murder ud insurrection This means simply that TATU wont I lake ft,

''j t' .. .' newspi|..T during the Presidentis.1 1 cam II. hEAT! FOR TICK PRESIDENT : a year since he was nominated by the very KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE promised ride, unless the people of Florida wi'l

''a J' paign. I hare ever acted wilh the Whigs I GEN. WILLIAM O. which passed the Wilmot proviso. for the That Millaid Fillmore voted wake up lo see him at it. If they eel no aort hi.
against en
: : am a \Vhi--an: ultra! Whig-never can From the IIaniiturg [;fcn. of State Comptroller. But, sir. I can speak laying I lerest in his feats than to lie asleep while heridti
4 *. ;?.. vote for a Dem) KTAT. How to vote for Tay.l RENUNCIATION OF FEDERALISM. 01 I ENTtC I\ of my own senses and am able to de. the table :petition from Abolitionists asking that in the circus on a streak of
the affiliation of Millard Fillmore with the have the throo h Ihe mails lightning be will
I they sending ,
.,f n : l I.r without a violation: ; of principle remains We being our list of renunciations for the FOR GOVERNOR .FLORIDA : .. In the of 1S41. is Western priitgeof & trouble[ himself to perform at all. Thal'j not,
campaign into our counties and among our people, their in. pjt. n !
; I enigma to nt. I have, a many cal witness purpose of partially clearing our table of the GEN. WILLIAM I heard Mr. Fillmore address a Whig Fbridians, why don't yon wake up Yoa
; I. '1 :: '. -: acted with;. as much zeal as any one, in the numerous evidences that the nomination of; FOR : Curiosity carried me there, disgust soon lulling and abusive attacks on slavery and slave will see such another show again. Shame D ver

primary meeting? and conventions of the pen. General Taor! }has not made the features of COGRI5 me away. On that occasion, t the gentleman I holders rowin haunt all and so,.
WILLIAM P. days it
; q S 4 :. pie, to the claims of (can Meal' of : federalism less repulsive to the *<1 to the South I a candidate for the KEEP IT BEFORB THE PEOPLE you your yott yield!our.
I : .. urge my > ,i \ti.\V: any -- harangued the assembly from a selves thus to the dominion of tlolh.
'.' :, a rnnn, and am sadly disappointed. It will, in patriotic and intelligent voters of the country. FOR PRESIPF.JSTIAI. FLICTORS : which foaled a banner on which were That .Mill aid Fillmore voted against laying on The Sentinel continues its explanation Ibos

z '; 'f my declining days, be a sweet consolation that Lrft hit party I defend hit country.!-At aregular GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of (. Andrew Jackson and J. K the table a petiticn from slave cloak and abolition Again, eo into any house, and see the :

4 1'. I never ceased to endeavor to bring to the I I meeting of the democratic club in I CHARLES H. DUPONT, Of full length, and by way of derision and in. incendiaries., asking Congress lo exert its power to .nts left there bv committees-bot nolhioirt Can dmum -.

: :. country's Kcrvice the talents of Henry Clay. : M'Connelsville! Morgin county, last week, JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson artist of the had latter represented from whose a r.cgro mouth mounted i Mued on a protect their t"persons' when they shall come prow. peak for Taj lor or his friends We hue effersj"
: IIo has been defeated of office- M. D. Cadwalador ,forward and -- .-- [ to off and steal IhcSrnlinelat' the merest trifle-bat there it
:. .:; .. by a junto eq., came > which the word I Texas" was painted. ling among u run our negroes our Alas !** no ad.
., / seekers and by presses in affiliation with a made a t .rnal application for admission as a Floridian for the }' under this Itan,1r whose folds occa property! I equate response.
What: ha JAe
.t.. ; cnhal at Washington, and ul on them be the member. We know the gentleman to Live. We will t furnish the Floridian touched hishead, hLLAID FILLMORE KEEP IT BEFORE PEOPLE I Smith's dreaded "kermitly" got
., '. t" tak of the election of the nominee. I can. been all his life a most zealous and decided rth his diatribe against the South and her in. That .Millard FilJmore refused TiE to vote for a'oul of Old Zack. and scared him off, too? W U,
three months preceding the In the '* Savannah ol 24th a resoulion his
Georgian" bad.!
I Who
is too ( would have
r,'4 and fchall not, hJonl or in apoth. whig, and therefore confess, not our surprise. thought that the
act.join IS 11, appeared a letter written from New censuring Joshua R. Gi ding, for introducing hero of
(lion for 50 cents-for six weeks I Okech' !ee, of Palo Alto Resaca
.a etis of Gen. Tailor. You( wi pardon me for hut our giatification, at hearing his avowal any an account ot Mr. Fillmoie, and the resolutions in Con re in which de la Pa'.mi'!

this! trt r u!. Aly t feeling / not Je me say that he could no longer act with a patty who cents. To cubs of 5, 10, 13, a 0 20 by which he was surrounded on the occasion AND TREASON ( ysfarcs) WAS! JUSTIFEDi/i:tIDER terms [ Monterey, and Buena Vista and of the Philadelphia;
J Jess. With bekt and until Christmas I allude. The letter did not give the Ian. Convention with its "closed doors," the
had invincible
individual will be furnished
wihesfuryour opposed just cause country
my per to ulltente law order and
hocking .
I olh'ir by the orator, but believe me, it was of humanity! Rough and Rudy"the
: : happiness and success" DKFKrfUCD AND UPHELD MCRI1EROV9 and Send great.glorioui, and imnwr.
I S3, S9 812. on pur tnlfi th tanner w/eichfloaJed above him KEEP IT BEFORE PEOPLE
: I am yours, D. CAUSE OF A FOREIGN ENEMV.: -Ohio Eagle. the tilll dream that the South would he in TiE tal champion of sop's well known fable,woaldU
rcpctful. low.citizens. Circulate That J\tillard in Conzre,. in 1535.
The above letter, import presentation of that orator's name on a imo frightened from his contemplated tour over Flora!
I :- that we have received during the utike present can. Front the Democratic JHes'tngir. the day is ours. ntial ticke. Were his associate an angel ot claimed to legislate on slavery in the District of hy thee shabby "kermittjs ? Well well, Se,;
not relieve, in the ticket Columbia, and stated in bit I
opinion that
( the
WIIICERY! RENOUNCED ------ -- my remark pro- enough,this i is too bad. But still tbe
S written for ,
VRSS, was a : FOm-\Elt SentinelptMu
I,! \ I) wwr! We take in the The Territorial the name of Millard Fillmvre: f.un. a pIe of that section of rOi r,'ry (Notth) believed Slavery hcpe. It calls for more
we profess the must unfeigned! regard ada' pleasure lajin following Queston.A I grease under the belief; ,
; ,_ : our acquaintance was limited to the hours o(i, letter, from an influential citizen nf North bill has been reported to Senate, by the casting vole of M-irtin Van Duren to be improper, and that thoi'ld not be tolerated no don'ut, that the lightning will require another

V I .o.j i, :: eeriice on two Whig State Conventions, at : BoomfpJlo\mlip, before the public. l bet Committee, to whom was referred officer of the Senate that the Post Office r' coating of it before it will answer the purpc...>

.j ., -. bo'h! of which, by tho .way, the Whigs of Georgia I now abandons his former tant mailer o governments for the from. It becoming, similar the vehicle vote of 'lanati- KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE Supply tLc grease, boys-the how it too iplendd
wa by a George
.jI I >, .. .' declared their preference t for Gen Taylor.Although I political friends, has. long been a whig, and which appears to b satisfactory t & : that the Free Trade Act of Ib-lG. Wd pass- That Millard Fillmore, by bit votes in Congress, to be I lost t (or the lack of it. Never give it op."

",' we dilfcr 'from the writer, we know nothing else ; but we are gratified to know ors. I leaves the question of slarery to Millard Fillmore in their position, and us been distinguished for his hostility to Ihe Com- It i it the opinion of the Sentinel moreover, that

how fo respect l his great moral worth his strict I that he has at I length seen through the shallowcovering constitutionally, the Territorial we to expect from him T* promielor the Constitution, an to the rights and a caIrn and proper view"of what Whig candidate

.I. integrity and his hearfel pure and honorall i I that hides the deformities: of that party I I prohibited! from passing ary law or The Vagrant Law. interests of the South I .. propose." yes, "propof'," will prevent any Whi{

',' ,' attachment t( .y.-Saranzal.z VcellyRepublican. from public gaze. And there are many others any reference to slavery. The Sentinel and other KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE I from being idle. That's funnjr. Just imagine a mill

..' .. ;.: ,' : I like him who have been deceived, but wi of(he bill is in the following words: Whig papers, seem That [lad Fi'tmore i is chimed by the Barnburners stretching his eyes at a view of what TAYLOX "proposef -

I no\ abandon that party and its selfish "Sec, :j .1nJ be it further enacted horrifed at the provisions of the vagrant .of New York as being ,sincerely and Z7.V- I:I ;" and keep yourself (rom laughing, if yea

:). RACKING OUT FROM TAYLOR. and go for Ca.f HutlerYcller, and dcmoc- emulative shall power otherwise of uic territory, be vested!..ll. by the Legislative Council of TIUSLSTIC.iLLrl favor of the Wilraot Pro. : cin. He "proposes" nothing and knows nothin|

I Wl find in the New Orleans papers the i\ racy !" I Hut let him speak for himself: ernor gress secretary, and provide judr of the in in 1819. "You may be sure such viso to propose." A "calm and proper view" a thorough

: '. two fJiowing evidences of defection in the NORTH CLOOMTICID To w>SHIP, who, or a majority of them, shall hare would not have received the sanction of KEEP IT BKtORE THE PEOPLE eje-search of that would keep one busy to all
: 'l'ajior : June 23. IMS.MR. 5 any law for the administration of justice in I eternity-no doubt of it. Mr. Sentinel. Your
'. To Delta EDITOR : Although! long a whig, tin- I itory, which shal not be repu runf to elected by the people," sass our That Mr. Charles Hudson: whig number of Con. peal is jp-
.Yn : strong one-just as would
; lh Orem : strong as be fie
like must of that party, I have been in the inconsistent the laws and Ah how it then resa from Massachusetts urges as a reason why the
: comes
: Having n a conspicuous part in the I pullirg: of a horse (Old Whitey, if
United Shte. But no law be passed tree States .Millaid Fillmore that you please)
habit of and for
7 of the independent Ta) lor men in i I thinking examining myself; I in with the primary disposal!hal the soil, Legislature of Vermont passed that Culllto support j I hitched! fast to empty space-vacancy-nothing, md
meclint .
S and in doing si, have discovered that the ten1 ; I Thebrthern Stales have a majority in the
Cichange, on the 24th- ultimo an establishment. ofnligmn. or respecting for it was copied from a Vermont by a rope of sand ; just as str..r.g as water mind
1 dency oftbe principles advocated by my i and no tax shall: imposed the ; (louse of Rtpreitntaticet; but the Senate are e-\\j
; and understanding! that Mr. Barker, with ;J friend < upon with good \"ill-in fact, strong as the most
is &f the most dangerous character. Granting United States, Mr shall the lands or other was stated in the U. S. Senate, and 'tially' divided, there bring fifteen Slave Statti,- fruitfal
.. others party, are about to publish their imagination could make it out of
: things
oftbt I'I special privileges to of non-residents be taxed higher than the in The lithe line should be drawn the of sieve impossible!
4 a portion community, Battery, a Ta\lor paper on question
creed that I may not be under. 1 other residents the laws I to be imagined.It .
that comprises uithii its numbers most of(he property 0 \1 in And how extension, and the Senate should divide on gtogra-
flood as any longer partaking wish them in j I I submitted to Con rr3i of United Washington comes 'I
: political scUiment, I ask that the following be wealth
published: : I interests of the masses who are debarred the I I From the best advices, it appears! probable BY TilE VICE PRESIDENT The rietc .'fMr I wish to carry a point, they are not scrupulous u to-

,. '. S CARD. enjoyment o them ; and as such i is not the I bill will pass. The administration layers law in 18J'U: ? the Sentinel Fillmore are WELL K.VO JWon the tub- I the means resorted to to gain their ends. They BLUI .

Relieving the statement of Messrs. Pcton) j avowed object of our government, I, for one, will unq ( ionaMy pass the Senate, but And how comes it that almost every jut HE IS A NORTHERN MN IN THE HIGHEST i I represent and slander: their opponents they equ.vgcate ; .

., Hun ton, and Bullitt, read at the whig ratificatioii do not feel willing to support the party' that is with serious obstruction in the House.I8IO ,! I the Union has a similar Ia\von its _'ND BEST SENSE OF TilE TERM I !I" I dodge hide run, and do every thing ntb .
.. S j in favor granting them. KEEP PEOPLE coming, aid in plain English,perform acts of downright
meeting held in this city on the 24th ul- > book ? Shame on etch a picayune IT BEFORE: THE

timo, to be true, I consider General Ta>lor ;! The position of the whig party in its oppo. und 181*. the Whis manifest in this canvass! That the whigs of the Union; offer a direct insult meanness. And another thing-they Defer
sition to the war wa also long matter We obiorve that several take back a f.lsebood-it matters not bow outrage
hound to administer the government according : present a Whig; papers In the people the Slaveholdinp States by asking
to their political views. j of regret to me ; and wf1 our leaders to place Gen Tailor in the shoe of Gen. I not the Sentinel consult Thompso'sj them to contribute by their vo'es irv placing such a j ous |Ihe hnder may be, or Low conclusive .the rehli.I .

I have: such confidence in the good sense, [ openly! abused the slldilf in the tenieJ feld. I They are publishing in parallel columns j to sec whether or no vc had not sods man as .Millard Fillmore in the Vice President [ tat ion-its never taken back Witness the wbi'jRoorback

I. integrity aud patriotism of Gen. TaJlor, that \I and refused to vote I them supplies, I : no of these .military chieftains" upon various in force in our own State. On page chair I about Gen. CASH and the volunteers, published

,, I }IwliVve untrammelled, and J left to his own i longer act in sympathy with them. My coun. and particularly upon the vela power and I : he found something that looks -- --. -- -- I in the Sentinel and other p pers. vej 0111

und Le not disturb the policy 4 try, right or wrong when the controversy is I of party This i is: evidently! an effort to I .i very i The Sentinel, and Its Testimony.The of the Whi editors satisfied that gross injustice
of judgment e demorktic wo:1 party but recommend to II between her and a foreign nation has always the Harrison capital which served them 10 the Michigan law. Here it i is : last Whi: orzan ol tin- great TAVLOR party, I done Cen. CAse in that matter-but they don't take

,-. Congress a continuance of the measures.Ceit'gof : .- been, and is now, my motto ; therefore I Wili '10, to the benefit old Zack. We Any person wanderu,'g -trolling about. in Florida ha. a bit of testimony en a (rifling I back their slanderous publications. Ob, no!-(hit
; : c or otherwise to s"i.t'rt| | h.m: "tlf in a .
.t this opinion, I declared myself fa. oppose the opposers of that country, noticed the singular attempt of the National we'A ble way, or t leading an irfle immoral or pro btJ1C. which about conclusive as any a wou.d show that the Caasite have a candidate

tor ol him at the meeting of his friends in this I find them at home or abroad. I grocer to pUce Taylor and Harrison upon of life, or keeping or exhibiting, cr Vhii( ever ad'locts. hire it it-juoIt read it can- who is not so bad after all. Lo k again. As sees

e_.:: city convened for the purpose of choosing'I' For these and other reasons, Mr. Editor I plattorm, thcu;h it had to rely upon ,' to be kept and exhibited, either ol the ously : I as it was announced that (eo. CASS was the democratic .
., have determined abandon former paniing tables common!} called A. 13 C. We remember rpadlnso,' years sinre-we their batteries cf defamation
to polit-1 candidate! and
delegates to the State, convention to i my I port" for its and assertion These I .
appoint l tallies: or faro. banka. or any other gaming THI\Kit"a. while Mr Cjss wa Governor of 'o1.rh.1 j
I t Taylor electors ,il Louisiana. At the meet. ical friends, aiid request you to publish! the show what turn the Wtigie t rung to give bink: uml.whatever denomination, shall il1an- account of a white man acId in that IVrritorv ,' ahu'e opened. They charged him with robbing tie

ing of the independent Taylor party, held in !, fact to the world. I go hereafier, for CAM" canv. *. They' desire to prepare the public by a warrant i issued by any Justice ( f the I for a term of tim, to a black man. The sale, Government while he was Governor of Michigan

the Coi.nsercial Michangc on the 24lh nil., I Iuas I'' BlTLER'iLLFR., and DCMOCHSCY. a renewal of the disgraceful ,cel.C,f MO.- : I alderman or mtendjnt ol police it was .t lI..J3, mule! at public auction under a and 1:11: l tint Mr C,\LIIQCX having refused to pus

: one of those wiopro1easedto! Gen. Your, pectfjlv.! trickery and licentiousness in tuffictent security for his.j1 d law of the TUfllhran.lthe. \tri.-:", :accompamttlby 'Ian some t f his C'ccunti. as soon as CAIS was called to
suppoit hunluery.
I inru?try f.r ole year ; his white !crvar>t. walked: from tie! ground with
Taylor of iderations. \ILLIAI SMITH.A characterized that canvas they are .the War Department. he ordered his own account
... : irrespective party con I seeking ( f.ilJnj to give uch security, b. hal I air of great li'tufv. j
: .. : I then believed Gen. Tallol did not approve into this one. They have again .spread i t ; indicted as a vagrant, anl on ccn.I I Now is not this -Clnc1u"iv? '%'e remember! I be paid. In this they wickedly, maliciously, and
I THRILLING RETORT TO A FEDERAL OR. be by a fine exceeding with malice the trut!.
: the course of Mr. Saunder in the Philadelphia for birds of every feather. They are again | shal punisht rent/ins; some years sinfe*"-ah, it was sonic }ears ; aforethought misrepresented
Conven'ion. Next morning, ATOIt.I their sucrose to the military enthusiasm of dc11r impniormrnt for a term since tin is indefinite he ; When Gen. CASS entered upon the duties ol the War
-' blwe\'e.I | 'lhl 10nth ,or by being Il.IJ (teetse I an term, but remember
a '4 the card of Col. Peyton and others informed We find in the Louisville Democrat a I pie, though they curie from the bottom the highest t bidder,or by wl ipping rt.t r". it-" we THINK it was while \Ir C.a was Governorof j f Department there w a* tine him $3S)-:, but, g'J,-

tue that I was in error. I' graphic letter, giving an account of a great hearts the war iti which this enthusiasm I thirty-nine stripes, at the disuetioo. of the higan"-he things so, does he?-very sati*. t! erned by 'he uiost scrupulous delicacy,and the nicest

: Gen. Taylor bating abandoned his independent I meeting in Bourbon county, at which Garret recently so signally diyplated. They are factory-he isn't sure, but he thinks so. Well this I i sense of( propriety, he refused to pass the account

< position, and sufil-red himself to be | Dais and Hon. Lazarus Powell, the democratic ning a candidate; whose principles no OC I e to page 33 of Journals of u good evidence! an accrunt of a white man and endorsed on it the following: :

: .' .. the chosen leader of the whig party, I cannot I'' candidate for governor in Kentucky, (he himself declaring to theto he has ) will be seen that Mr. Benjamin D. sold in that Territory for a term of years,to a black In the pecufiai position in which I now stand
the ; ; \ relation to the department, although tbe charge a
were ( atrett Davis declared
the of
tiuticw him their
as political speakers. and who is in different (
exponent supported parts ol Pensacola in. man" he 'u it bl.iek man-then
s a. I a very good whig sure Whs a it was not only unexceptionable in itself, but supported by
that Polk had made but
faith. In 1840) I voted for General one good appointment
( Harmon
: J 4 try upon directly opposite grounds. I t the bill containing this provision, one of Fillmore'i friends !"thesile. it was*/ ;;: and in 1814- for Mr. Clay. Upon mature dIning I the war-that of Persifor F. Smith. I difference between the two chieftains in -how positive !-" WH made at public auction"the am willing it should remain suspended, and.not act-

." letlection, I believe the United States Says the letter : respect it is in favor, of Harrison, for he did page 75, it will be seen that Mr. doors were net closed, tt t'n-" artier a lair of [ ed on until it can w ith propriety be decided."

.J- Bank, or any other fiscal agent except the &u1,. I After his (Dam's) time was out, Po\cJ I something of politics and the civil Lutory and nine others voted for it, and f"t the Tirritory**-under a lar, was if ? is he sure ?- I| Tins ac'ouut'YU not paid until after Gen. C.had

treasury, to be unconstitutional, and no tariff arose lo reply! ; and I can safely say I It country, and had expressed opinions of it ; and on page 109, it will be "anJ the .\frican,accompJnid by hi, w'ufeservant. I left as Minister to France about one year when it

".. but one 'fur leteQiitf only, to ba politic or conBtitutiunal. t have seldom heard a more powerful, scathing, other, whereas Taylor, accoiding (to his own Mr. James D. Wettcott, then acting walked! from the ground irith an air of CUE.\T DIG.I I was passed. of course. Now all Ihe decency"
t, I toted in the legislature of Ala. :I and withering speech ; and I doubt not Mr. i is I j whigs km .. this, but it did not suit them to givi I
of and "
o utterly ignorant politic,
ing of the Territory, it. No NIT I* it possible !-how well l InH-and l 1 what!
t 'b" bama to instruct her senators and request herleprcsentatives :j Davis and his whig friends will remember it qualified for the duties of a statesman. II Ippro"et j the wl.vle; irutb. and uothh.g but the tiuth ;" they
a fuss it kicked the Whig ranks The fenti-
.. .' to vote for the annexation of 4,, to their dying day. Every charge that Mr. Here, then, is the VThig party of 1S1" ( to this law although it sells white uti iol'ltt:1y shed up tear., while we saw a Whig law. i i I must go beyond, and make it appear' that Gen CAIis

.: Texas. I was in favor of the Wo wilh Mexico D. had made against Gen. Cuss and Mr. Pulk's run over its mad of btO Why didn't the vhigs repeal this horri a monster. They could not, and be cousisfentd
1'0 again career walking otl utmost baulh out like a spartka.dbaby
I and of obtaining territory from her "by !I I administration, he moat triumphantly refuted. do more than fta'e this fe. and then point I when they had the power? Why did yer And it is .,1./ that- uS--the dern,'d i niccersfb ; him jifetice. And so, also, of his compensation for
of indemnity. Believing that Gen. Cass But when he camo to the expression, Mr. I I extra sets iccssnd.the reimbursement of money paid
re'lltl of their success at that time, to CALL have it stricken from the stat -absolutely, licked the white man because hew
will not dibtuib the sub-treasury nor recommend I Polk during this war has made but one good out by him as ,while be was in the N. West
a reasonable that expenses
it i is *
men a party not worthy did the do it the as stubborn How shocking and disputing !
why not whigs at
I and that
;; a chang of the principles upon which appointment, is Per&ifor F. Smith, confidence and Territory. The Tiylcrites. with a shameless abandonment
? Who does r.ot
the present tariff U based, and feat ing that the Col. P. turned to Mr. Davis, and with his eyes the rank !support ? ? Oh, the hypocrites They can It i is as ba4 on the sensibilities a* the advertisementsin of all semblance of truth, charge that he
". \\Iligl, if General be elected will dishing indignant fire, said : Persifor F. proscription they the of but the Washington pipers for selling negroes were
Taylor of"
repeal not remember the odious batch of \ poor people Michigan, for Mr. Fillrnyte't nerves Why don't the Whig received about 100,000, and all in the way ex-
,S the former and pass a protectve: tariff in Smith: the only good appointment duiing this some of which they carried with no sympathies for home folks into ? S-3nJ insinuate that he was not justly entitled-

place of the latter, I shall suport Gen. Cass war KENTUCKIAN: DO YOU HEAR THAT ? prolOc., defeated partygo mourning to it, and in other words, that Government wit
-,. where is Butler ? the chivalrous \'hile otler were by This whole matter reminds us very forcibly of
: for the next presidency. Why, gallant, Llfilciicts. cheated out of so much In this blind
their own who had become di<* Mrs. and the 17 children. "
.and world.renowned William O. Butlerone party gu, Partington Talking about -
W. B. II. HOWARD. their reckless and that the Whig Council of New Or charge they blacken the character of the patriot
unprincipled doings ? a woman having twelve children in twelve
of the truest and noblest of
New Orleans, July 1,1948.The Kentucky'ssonsButler decision
not remember their wilful of the guilty of the contemptible act of mean WIRT.the Attorney General under whose
said the kind old II
ioltion creature, why that's no
the dauntless of years
Courier also states that Cub Nicholas champion .
mise act, under which secured the offering to General WILLIAM O BUT a large ami unt of the claims were paid. Mr. Wnr
"'- who is one of the electors on the Taylor ticket, cause in two victorious wars-he wcre i his late return to that city, a public re- comparency to a carcumstance my poor dear deceased said :
of the South ? Who dots
i in Louisiana in last has who stood by Old Hickory when he breasted peace h'I..bandV3i acquainted wilh. Heknew a woman -
adopted February "
".- I This act of courtesy had been extendtd Gen. CAS salary as governor j is compensation
their clamorous
: declined called in favor the storms of war, and helped to roll back the by importunities' for office, once who had ha.l seventeen childien in five claim do
.: attending a meeting i and to General TAVLOB, and for governor, but the services for which he
a of the General, and expresses an intention of disciplined legions of 'Old: England,' and I scented even to death their chosen President ? SOT occasion had even been offered to Dan years, orrubbing her IIUSti"e children in not belong !t. his duty as goternci of tbe Michigan-
: withdrawing from the It is probable saved from the clutches of a licentious and does not remember bow they quarrelled and O seventeen years I d-ui't know which-hut it was Territory,and having been employed by Governmentto :
a ticket bled and fought over the spoilt of when it was rumored he was about to the other !" The old is aboutas perform three services, he has a lair claim for
that he will make public the reasons fur the brutal soldiery thu great metropolis of the ofke. Orleans Hut here was Gen. BUTLER, a one or Udv's memory them on the principles of a quantum IIIn-u l. Tb.
: l course which he is about to take. Col. Nicholas south. William 0 Butler not a good ap.poutixsc'nt whole party was broken ami shattered to defender of that very city of New Or. reliable as Mr. Bryant's.'Vote facts conceded, biI right is undeniable.*'

was oue of the original Taylor men in Why ho stool cairn! unmoved, Who does not remember how they reviled this act of Neither SCOTT Besides, the amount be received as extra com*
.:- ,.' : and endeavored the and amid the iron hail of Monterey in l.d each other until every thing the courtesy. for him. Southerners
uusia.a, t procure undumtfd. the battle of New pensation, did not exceed $13,457 50, and all be re
at and
were Orleans
._ .. iiominatioi of Gen. Taylor by the Legislature, and, in the ratings of that awful storm, l had said aiinst; them was justified and not I there all these A Whig Convention was held recently in ceived over that was for necessary expense To*
was -
.. of which he was a member, in tLc action of said Come, comrades, let us storm these bat. wil be a long while before these thing are of the city, but yet BUTLER, demo-gen Massachusetts, at which the fo.Iowing among while amount he received, during eighteen and I
; 1947. teries and the strongholds of ihe ten, and we are surprised that the Whigs guests other resolutions C
carry enemy, who had spilled hU blood in defence was unanimously passed :- half years, was $00,412. and 33,325 of this va
and there shed-freely nhed his blood in more policy than to begin the sam game, a
of the Crescent 7r50/prrfThat we hail wilh pleasure the nomination awarded him by Mr. CALHOCN himself, and sanc
: ..: JACKSON Ij.June 19, 1849. defence of his country's honor and glory.- memory of their former folly and mi .dleJ. Beauty" City, 'as nor of Millard Fillmore, of Ntw York for Vice tioned by President AI APISOX. Thus do the a
To the Editor His name is written upon the fresh in the minds of the people. We are :reception by a whig City Govern President, know iiig him all an able and upright statesman f
young renown a
t th lJlwl: their insane efforts to injure the spotless reP"
on whi-rgery whose services in his native Slateand in
o signal
of this fail. Let know that the
I have the to enclose the letter glorious ol and bis \"i every man reflect C
.. )0 ---- the halls of Congress, have endeared him to the utation of a valued public servant, directly
: of Mr. II. II. in accordance with theresolution Kentucky heart the home of rupt luotive impel the leading Whig Dr. Simms
lealb. ) every manly Off.- assistant Taylor Whigs of the country. In the present pr.Jture of cur I upon the conduct of every President and Secretary
: and noble virtue. Oh (exclaimed Colonel 1 the support of Taylor which impelled them becomes that .
it the
l of Democratic Asso. for Greenbrier, Va., district, has i affairs peculiarly important prr of War, from JtrrcBtoN down to JACZS.U The
;,5. ; ciation of the lOih inst., requesting its publication Powel in a voice of thunder) oh federal support of Harrison in 1S10 and let it be 10 siding officer in the Senate of the United States, because h
Federalists bated CASS
the field and declared for Cats and truth is. the old
the vote that should be
'. in the &Union" and the Campaign." whigery, where is th} blush !" Here a per. lamentable' were the refills of their victory having casting in body one : British,
I. in hand the tntttents of the Free Stairs was foremost in whipping their allies
feet of the showing the rotten principle of their so also has Capt. G. W. Jackson, a
DAVID hENRY WOOD torrent applause greeted eloquent old
\: : tcoufd be safe against all adverse influence It in the last war ; and the descendants ot that
,: Secretary.WAMUNUTOX speaker.Mr. all nonfat ,'oler will ant hesitate toreject| gentleman of Lewis Co., was the casting vote or Vice President Pallas that Of- have inherited the hatred of heir ancestor*

;,... .. Davis row and said, he did not intendto offers now. There will not be another this State, we observe, by a card in threw the tariff oll IS'2. In the eminent statesman ol party Mine5"
their allies the
and CAS efforts to ,
N. York, we believe t the welfare of whole ,
.; that Gen. Butler's given them to exhibit the deformities of tbeir o-ir country
: June 13 1848. was a and
arty appointment that Mayfield Johnson, in a would find a fast and unwavering friend true to himself i have served to stir up aU their diseased blood,
-.r. bad meant to that of them The same indignation which drove them mit I
J11,. /YfJtdfrtuZ and (Scnllcmenof one.
: say many venom
1t written communication his true to whig principles, true to the nation. they are now engaged in spitting out their
:. p' the Jackson Attociation : were bad Which is bad ?J" asked Powell. er in 1S44 will forbid their returning to i in I assigns I public }
; This i i. (be man the of Florida and him of decency or
: whigs utterly regardless
for the upon
'a Pierce and others Davis. leaving ( whig party coming
: ; : Having ever lcen a whig from my earliest Why aid "Ah Indeed in their blind against bim. IC
remembrance at the political world ; having I will tell you, fellow-citirens," said Powell, r* Our Whig neighbor cmre had the and Butler. other Southern States. are trying to run into opinion. rage t IC

: given moat earnest andundivided i shy the whig dislike Pierce. A dinnerwa assert that the Wtiiuot Proviso was f the Vice President's chair, by hiding him un they forget every thing else, and even propose chair, tl
mistakenly l"et my ( : / in letter dated President's
:: n"i/mo slates a der Jen. TAYLOR'S coat l tail. It won't do- elect an abol'Uionut to the Vice
him after his the Convention A t
lbI exertion! to that party professing given to return home, bv Philadelphia very pretty I Gen-CAsv-
that he cannot fir Cass and But. I !ihe people cannot ,IM* into for it will only contribute to the defeat of
duped voting
; the name of whic, have hitherto, until re his neighbors and friends ; and in response to diation when every whig paper ;in (the 'lee go an assertion v C

,. cently, written, printed, spoken, and laboredin a sentiment in honor of him, he denounced urging TAYLAR to I he support' of their people, election would be (the death blow abolitionist; 'lor Vice President man who i is Impotent malice. Your slanderous sfl" I

the cause of that party. Men change- Tom Corwin of Ohio, l because he had, in his .le ground tht he will not vote the Proviso Proviso. He had much rather set up by his own Northern friends, as being return upon you with overwhelming know power,U* r

,. principle are immutable. .'ro a conviction high place in the United States Senate, at the I it be passed by a Whig Congress? A nice Huron and Fillmore succeed. hostile lo I lie South, which i i. not denied by crush you in their fall! The people words. Tbey yon k**' I
will estimate
; ;: : that the course which the whig party bad as- very lime that Santa Anna was pouring his doing business! The Convention repudiates his Whig supporters here. Let Ihe people properly your found wW K
upon the question of late Mexican legions down upon the brave old Gen. Taylorand theu the very actors in that Convention him \' see it staled that ihe gallant Maj. beware of Fillmore weighed you in the is writim"you ?**
sume and mene.tekel, Upharsin
and tortile to his heroic band this Tom Corwin had and claim that the nominee of that mene, C
totally patriot
war .wrong, very gone on a visit to Baton ROU 8.- WhU 1'Utforn. struggles and heaving*""
and ill
ertt of die invoked the of Heaven i.i to .hold his hand and let that >our front, your
ism. and highly savoring came princi vengeance upon our pledged may now expect a letter or two from to The U"arit a crime,and all who harepan.'acenin but to sink deeper and deeper t tGOT. -4
pie of anU-Americaniirn evinced by a large cause, and hoped the Mexicans would greet tous measure be foisted off upon the South\ its wellfovght fields hare aided in its perpetration. you

-, ii4 party in our country during our last struggle ?U toldiert' with bloody 1n mul/pitbe the South has one of her own sons in the Vista. The Major ii said to be an ."Resolutions of the Whig Legislature of Massachutetts. Shunk, Pennsylvania), 'Li dI& 5.

.. with old Eland, I forsook beta upon thr t| ; :. For this tLo brae titl cbair. Oiton web "rrpu4i'jtioDinMy i ? scribe. 1817.

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'l'eu..B4aI"J'. i-- would;; -confess it were it honest,that tMlmore i i. not They can't tell. of whatever party-r--, who produce- one principle PROCRAStiNATION IS THE THIEF OK T1MK- MEDICAL NOTICE*

Tbe intention of making the Bravo a limit ha a proper man to b voted Co by the South, and all While Southern Whig members of Congress are now contended for wi the universal whig Delay it dangerous-neglect that cold and cco h T\RS. WILSON and VAN %% YCX. (Ill. PrbfWrLJ

0 innoonced by the clearest iign for the lat the patching daubing,and plastering, of which the compelled to sit in profound silence and bite their pry, that is no contained in the following a few weeks, and tbe bop o recovery will b (out of Surgery,) have in the f rmed Franklin a oo-pttnet Medical hip Coilrf for the*fPhiladelphia. .

I Jlllfeyear*; and a would have been impossible the defeat of at.iTprwent whig!are capable, will no convince themselves or when questioned to what Gen.TAYLOR. wii! lines. They are believed to contain the to yon forever. Let any pecuniary considerationdeter practice of MEDICINE and SURGERY, sod for It*
day to change it. After the the lip of all tbe you from trying to ,.your life and health INSTRUCTION OF MEDICAL .
b J.cintoin April 1S35, that the territoryhieh people to contrary. ,. a factious majority in Corgreu pa?* the great leading principlespromulgated
"I it chance. u annually Patients from distance be well nccomtocdat-
{he late Whig National Convention while there a Corwamption a e n j
stipulated to evacuate, and which we ac- Wilmot Proviso, the Northern Whigs are clamorous, by
we Matamo- How Taylor aud cass staoA with the WilmotProrlsomeu off thousands to the tomb; no disease has ed, and on reasonable terms, either at the Hotel or
back on With Gen. views sweeping
TardinsiJ did evacuate by falling together Taylor's
and ready to answer question may b Private Bonding Honi"f fbe city,ami can receive
rtTla this place "'U anerwar..Iatonwht ef the North all ho ions he has beencalled baffled the skill of physician like it ; n physician
r asked them on the subject. They unhesitatingly on quest from I be Subscriber ueh and Surgical at-
called the army of ; and though n Southern people need only to open their eje* to Imprut. ha done more for this large dais of
at least the abovereward perhaps, ever tendon their
a rates requite. C
have been made Gen. TAYLOR is pledged to interpose no executive ; may
and invasion o answr
true that ice w hat danger they are in. Their Whig papers be suffering humanity, than Dr. Wi far. n" ounce A limited number ot OFFICE STUDENTS will
upiton. to the individual who
there Bejar. we have very ab soon. reotrt are deceiving and misleading them. They do not setoon the act o Cpleu. especially in all mat'ters wi paid of preventive i il worth a pound of cure:" therefore, received,who heropplied with Book*. Plate
leaviag the intermediate jpace olutely of" domestic South cannot gain will to the contrary : before lung become ulcerated, and diseasedthat I' '
your J Anatomical and other be
polry" Te parat"'ftt-.iI1 regularly -
General Tayhr fjund it, when, inthVeirly I publish. what ii notorious, that Northern Whipsapport .
In thi tate "Sound the hewgag, strike the lonj.nBeat human can save from an
say this. Again-the North ., Mr. FILLMOBE'S nu mean you early I examined in Ihe progress of their studies, at-
olla l t >"', be entered there by order TAYLOR because he would not veto the WIN s wake the in teuon try at a medicine which cord mode
pat the
views are known the subject. He n A tb Fuxguzzy, gonquong ; !I sun try one np to pursued in the Urge Northern
cf bit OTctfl'TtWI mot Proviso and oppose CAl became he would vetoit. / D Let the hozanna ring. I en of such infinite value to thousands-obtain cities-will be taught to Compound and dispense
i is the language of the Commissioner of the S far from it, they are trying to produce an impression SOaTHEnN MAN I.NTHK HIGHEST A:* BEn : J bim." a bottle of Dr Wistar' Balaam.! of Wild Cherry,take. Medicine, and will be instructed io the minor 4
Burn (
Mexican Government who signed the treaty ofPeace the But their efforts or THE TCHM !> The Southern Whig cannot deny fuizlegum dingo it, pet another i if necessary, persevere in using it until every day duties of the Sargeca-Lleeding, Cap

habeen ratified. They admit directly contrary. "i this. Indeed, they have had s many nce. of _. [Berk'scounty_ Press. you have removed the disease entirely, which if ping. Bandaging, Lc i.c.
: which lecently be vain-the truth shl go forth to contradict them neglected will terminate your life. B. not deceivedby Perhaps no Private Office iu any American city I Iwit
that the Western boundary uf Texas was the Rio Hear hat CALEB B. SMITH a leading Whig of the hit. hostility to ni on all subjects, a to remove every From the .Jthen Banner. quacks.with their irilatin. aid counterfeits."None afford greater variety of n.w ard ,ppro.Pdremrdit't

I Grande. Here are our enemies denyag.a position present Whig Congress from Indiana say: doubt;from their minds. And yet we are coolly askedto THE MAGNIFICENT SPFECI OF MILLARD genuine unless signed I. BUTTS on the or present more practical facilities loratudenls. -
in order such When his Northern friends FILL I .
the whis are'obligrd to make to support a man wrapper.For U
which .1 \ ;
a Whig, desiring to tfa
their shameful opposition to the war. Mexico extension of thtn into 'prevent which openly tell us they know him, and say to us: O He I We find the following extract of & speechof site! by E. HARVARD, Jr. Drm-ri-f Tallahawee In connexion with Ibis department it may be proper
jiutify slavery any territory we I D LADD and
Newport Druggists :
t by gene- t8 tate that n soon as possible an Intinnar .
Grande but vliich we hereafter will be the Presiding of the Senate, and Mr. Fillmore paraded through the Whig m
} doe not claim this side of the Rio possessor may acquire.rrfff7y OcN ally throughout the United States. for the leceptiun cf both Medical and Surgical Patient .
asserted that 1f" the election of Central Taylor to that of should the line le Wilmot Proviso, journals a proof by some that he is sound ,. .
J the whii claimed it for her. They draw D7 a -- -- ------- .-- ------- ----- ------ will be opened, when students will have the
abe had right on this side and on this flse. assumption must Gmtal be made This Congress.r"llriction.General il made Cal at hat all. and the Senate divide on geographical line, tht un the questions of slavery, and by the others NotceIs opportunity practically studying disease.

i which Mexico herself, whose cause they wtre pledged himself to the South to resist any attempt I catting rote must be given by the Vice President hat he is no Abolilionist.ti'e hud thought HEREBY : ., the next *...!on of Tallaba&tte Jutl2fJh.l. SJ. I
t locating against their 0.\n cuuntry, does not agree to restrict the eitension of slavery. Me dc- Hie TOTE WILL BE IN OCR FAVOR !" When, W hat it had been proclaimed here I by thfbi the Geoeial As-iernbly ol the State of Florida, C. C. VAN \VYCK..M D.:

have based their unholy to make a dies the power of! COn, rfI", under the Constitution say his Northern: friends tell us this, the Soul hen delegate to the PhiadElphi. 'onvention, that application"il be made lo that honorable body for J'lv22 I 6m '
ti they ef"rtl to make such lestrictiotn and consequently it for R il ;
any : the as far r of incorporation a
Southerner, to i even go as grant chirt If
Whigs us on- giit !
t nr. in which our national honor was songht to b he elected he irotild veto any bill tchich urge yes urge tlerseh'r which Rnad to extend from the town of St ,Andrew,, Jr. oUoe.
I curtained, an odious war. I it unreasonable, then Cinigress might pass to effect this important ohject. their votes. to Fillmore! and for what purp"*e ?- j Mr. Fillmore does in etr.c to we West Florida, to a point ujwri the Ch.'ttuhroch'e XX\\

the of this just and GeneralTa'.lor has pledged hlmtt to leave the decision Why, that he may. as Vice President of the Senati, allude Here it is : River, at or near the SeCtion ol boun loY line be."we' ALL person having claim against the et'ate .f
call opponent .
to necessary \u. of this question to legislative department! give the caMmz vote to abolish slavery in the District Idisatote most unequivocally: nOl and for- Florida and Alabama with slid rler. t..te Dr. Isaac U. Newtoiideeiaa.doi L'*n
)Mexican inasmuch I they claim more for ol the Government anil he will not arrest the action County are requested to prevent them to the ondrr-
'big. desire triih the July 23. IMS. 2
in righ's.
of Columbia and in favor of the Wilmot: Proviso erer. arty to !erf ere or
Mexico, claim for herself? I of that department: by the tyrannical exercise the signed Administrator, within the time prescribed b}
It il a and unpatriotic thing to oppose 1) vetopowrr. "fite election of General This it the entertainment to which we are | what it called the property, of th SQuhtr By the President of the United law[ or (this notice will be plead in bar ol their recovery -

"iC\e but when this is Taylor with the pledges he has given to the country invited-this is the feast prepared fOr the people rf Stales." States. ; an.! all person indebted to said estate are

war of one's country; opposition tilart to Co"p'ful pt'N to preventthe the South-but from it they will turn with loathing Does he indeed He would! not inttrf.rt requested to make immediate pavmenl. 4
wounded perversion ot truth iu the case PATRICK SMITH.
upon I $ of eri-Iavery.( ) The with "what is CALLED ihe of the
: juestionit argues a factious and reckless spirit exceedingly election of General Tajlor will leave in the hands -withdijust-with abhorrence. Beware it Fillmore Southern States." Does call properly it the July 15, 131*. :!2 2m Administrator. ; ::i

the national welfare. The of representative of the people their just and h p
dangerous to .
constitutional to exclude the evil of slavery --- --- i prrty of the Southern ( No you Molasses and Sugar.
,." Mexican is v that the annexation of Texas was the (From the Territories power which belong (10 the United Gen. Taylor a second n"ashingtoAb.. him to do that. In (fuc', this phiaseology, BARRELS EXCELLENT )MOLASSES

cause of the war but the Whigs say that Mr. rOUt States." bott Lawrence boasts of having in his breech I is e the best proof that lie docs not himself con. It 13 do. Brown Sugar.

brought it on. Which is mo"t likely to be iizht-: Whig here profess to be horrified at Fur ae' low by the p* k re.BIRCHETT" 'w
any expression sider slaves But
a letter from Gen. Taylor in which setting uide
es pocket a & LINDEN BERGER. ..
the Mexicans who commenced the war, or the vi lugs of doubt whit TAYLOR would do rcf- proply.
as in
of his
[ this view the votes on the Ath- 'a
j tct. July 13, IS 15. 53Crystaline
be that should he elected President .
said that annexation would cause war, says ,
who deuce to the Proviso question. But they di not erton Resolutions conclusively that he :1 $ t
prove ----
and afterwards, when it did cause war, thought it tell the people that in the North he is supported by he will appoint his Cabinet from among the allude only to a direct intNIlrtncf. For he ol I JAMES K. POLK. President Candles. tS4

bi.t fur party purposes to take the ground that. it those who favor the Proviso, on the ground that fie staunchest Whigs in the Union Washington did there most assuredr! assert that Congress l- pursuance of the I\\ tu.of America, do t.ltb\I SPERM for sale if 2u cent per pound f ,

d.J not. and that Mr. POLK was, accountable fr itIi ? will not check their wishes by a \efo ; while CA never wrote any such letters: to .\bbol might do indirectly( r lliot to slavery) whatit declare and fLake known that public .1'! will! beheld GOODS I

not the evidence faction here too strong to allow i is OPPf by them because he agrees with the s.tltl.) Lawrence coud! not do directly, that Congresshad at theundermentir>nfd Land ( i the JURCI1B7T & LINDENEERCER.( 4

l, any faith in their sincerity ? And again, they' on the subject, and word protect our right by his or any one cl/E power to abolish ;slavery: in the federal of ..LOtD.\: the Itlchtrei"art.r Slat"j -July 15-, -ISIS.-- .--- _52 ---_- *. '

)it was the march to the Rio Grande which wswrong. \.to. The position here taken by Mr. SMITH is the White or Illack.I I district an'i in the territories, and to prohibit to\lf At the land office at NErNANsviLLE.commercing ,- White Beaver Hats.

although Gen. TAYLOR, the whig candidate position of the whole Northern wing of the Tajlor- was decided!. in fa- .I do not design i to I the removal of slaves from States, with view on : the ninth diy of October! next. fur quality and most fashionable: lt le.-zlt rr-

for the Presidency aJyif it, and that this movement ites.: What Southern man can doubt of his duly under vorof Mr Clafu'leclnn. withdrawing. name if : I of overthrowing the institution of slavery! in thedi.jx>sa! ot the public lands situated within the BEST : .. .i 5
and would now prefer Clay be the nominee ol und rmentloD d townships and of township, byBIRCHETT
caused the wa. But the Mexicans say we these circumstances ? Either TULOJ must be the States. Upon to the Journal we parts & LINDENDEKGEK.
seeing him in that of1ec|the National lone turning viz : .
had much right to march to that river as we had unsound or the party running him is the Whir find that the first of the Alherton: July 15. 1S45. 5i "j's.
I practising to any individual in thieeention.-Z. Taylor. j i upon Ht n. South rf the base tin and Last cf the principal
to ener any other pot tion of T su. Which i i.most grossest deception; and, with) these developments Union."-2. Taylor. \ lutions which assertathat Congress has no juris meri'liaa.The --- Notice.SIX !-i51

probably correct-tbe Mexicans who certainly 'oughtto before m, sic should not hesitate to prefer General I! liction over the question of slavery in the fraction of township 1\\0. situated eat of .
I the Suwannee river, Sections ,eleven and months after date, the tnders'gned; rill
know something ol their own rights and their own CASS, whom denounce and Correspondence of the Charleston Conner. I find that that (except one pre. PI
Nortltrnhigs reject Staffs w( fV(1 n"foi Whig I twelve.) and the fraction of township tee. east of their accounts and vr.ochrrs to the Honorable -
motives of action or tbe whigs who are I led into up. because he is a friend of the South, and would.veto WASHINGTON, July 1'. I Abolitionist. JOSHUA. GIDDINGS of sid river,(escept .S>e/j'/muix,* v n,eighteen,nine Jiid,e of Probate of Cenfon C,>nnty. and apply I

po.iion from motires of partizan hatred to the present the Proviso. Let the facts be known. Let everyman The Committee on the Territorial questionhave Ohio actually voted with Mr. Fillmore in theaffirmativethat teen, twenty and thirty-one) of range for letter of dismiision as Administrator and Ad-

administration' I it not absurd anJ ndiculoustht talk with biB neighbor of the true state of things!, after a mo t arduous eiamination of the i is to say nugtinst; t any interference I thirty-iixrif range seventeen. minitratrix ff the estate of William E.d.l late ,'f Ji

any of men should lt theimelvc up ute exhibited by bi.hi and we do the bill could the Stales. Yet Townships twenty-three and twenty-lour, and said Couctv, deceased. i
party (
a I.ff :t\id"ncf subject, reported only they a.gree I .ill Gidilings was fractional townships thirty-one thirU-six, Ihirf)- A. & A. CL. RK. ft
champions of a foreign enemy and yet not be- nit, fear the result. People are not often wilfullv upon, and one which does credit to their then and now an Abolitionist I is a fl\r seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine cl range eigh Administrator and Administratrix.AusuJta .

Leve the statements of that enemy! as to matters ol I I recreant to their own interests, or slavishly blind to I sagacitj and wil, I trust l. prove satisfactory chance for your Mr. Filmw. if your only teen. Benton Co., Fa., July 1. 1S45. 50 6n

fat? I it not outrageous that they should oppose ti.eir own right! Let the fet be known, and ( to ihe whole country. Mr. eflbrt to bolster him up can carry him no farther Towiuhip twenty-three and twenty-Iour fractional : Notice.

their own country. when that opposition res-ts soleh_ must triumph in the South. C'U'I Clayton, as Chairman of the Committee, gave I on the question of slavery, than Joshua township thirty-one and tounhip thirty-six,
thirty-seven tnirty-eicht fractional township APPLICATION will be evade at the next 4e .4
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upon unfounded and unjust assumptions which dis- A Comparison.- a }history of the proceedings and votes of the' 1 R. Giddingt, of Ohio. thirtvjniRp, of range nineteen.Townships AN lOn of the Genera) Assembly
tooor that country and which even the enemj hi rate I Committee, showing that the Wilmot provisowas I Truth Teller" twenty-three. (except the wcs'ern tier a charter rf incorporation of the Stockholder cf
N. Y.
If does not pretend to be true ? The Tajloritcs compare their leader to moved and rejected, and various other Gen. Caw.-The of Section,) thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-six thirty -* The, Southwestern Rail Road of Florida. 'f

the great WASHINGTON What presumption -I measures proposed and rejected ; when} the I thus speaks of the VeoP1e'cand1late fur the ..,"". thirtt. -eight and thirty-nine ot range July 50.> I Is4!>. 3! 3m a
The last of the Independents. Prelidflcy-
Washington nc\t sought the Presidency i Committee agreed to report a bill giving the .Whr the starving Irish claimed by the f thirty thirty-one and thirty-two ol Wanted, 1
The oftbe Independent Taylor Party territorial Government to Oregon, without range .
organ never asked the office-it was thruston | of existence and miserable: twtntone.Town t 1
appeal suffering I !. ; .A SITUATION; as TEACHER: in a private family
thirty thirty-two thirty-
of Maryland has ceased to be. It died the him ; but Gen. Taylor has been the most I' any restriction as to slavery, atiJ tcmporrji j death, the sympathy of the world, no voice three and! thirty-four, .*1_ cr academy by a young gentleman who has had

moment its great independent leader surren- governments to California and XewIexio, j I was heard bewailling their ufilction with so At the Ui,J office at S I'. AUGUSTINE comces.cing experience in giving irn-truction in the different j
inveterate seeker fur a nomination (Washing. J. without restriction a to slavery! leaving :, I on Monday the sixteenth day of October next branches of English, Classical, and Mathematical .
!r' And with the death of the touching tn eloquence-none advocating
dered organ, t<-n never was nomina'ed.) of all the candi. the subject, in case of any complaint by the for the disposal, of the public lands within the un.tormcntion.d education and is in every respect qualified to pre i
dissolved. The last numhrr of II relief wi'h such affective energy as Lewis arid of youths for any college in the Uniqn. The applicant -
the firm is dales whose before either Convention holder of slaves or by the opponents of slavery } townships part townships: pare
names were I Cass. South the bate line, and East of the peincipalmeridien !: can furnish testimonials of ability and character
the paper contains the letter addressed by the I Just trace him from the time his to redress through the Judicmy of the 'When the question! about the cmJ ajy to vf I and will b* tis.led s* ith a rao3crateaaary.! r JSt'
I United States. In other words, they leave Address W. 11. T Savannah. Ga. *.
Independent Taylor Electors of Maryland to Tu'n"hlrl eighteen, nineteen and twenty and
and the and
first letter appeared on the eulject. At first I. Rome was agitated, good greatPius 3J
the suljec to regulate itself according to the fractional towuship twenty-one of range t \nt.1 July 1.15-13. II
with the assailed with the
Gen. TAYLOR to statement IX. malignity
was -
regard Le was very modest, and doubted his want laws of nature, of commerce, and of climate, ni li/i.t.. t
SAUNDERS Louisiana ignortnoe impelled by and fear, Lew.* Fractional! nineteen and In Waknlla Circuit Court. I
made by Judge to of the! qualifications." Then liecouldn't and of economy. If the people want African : township township twenty
necessary I is Cass stood forward, urging the measure- of range tent.nine.Town SPRING TERM, 1543. .
the Whig National Contention, of which the slavery, can have it, and we well know $
be candidate unless be I and fractional
I Iwenty-foor township
a was brought and lashed the hounds into submissive si, hip Tborestin Lurnp in. Agent for)
that where it is useful, the will have it of Attachronf
following is an extract : people ; twenty-five range thirty.
combustion then be Robert Lumpkrn
44V. th* honor to end to a of out by spontaneous and, where it is not, they will repudiate it.- |I lence. Township twenty-two and twenty-four, and fnc- II., [ Debt .c.9 iO. 1
h. you copy bud the of the And a letter writter from Madison county tional Sections twelse. : SleQO.I .
not irnc&tigatcd day township twenty-five(except ntf'r.Bund
that statement, taken from the Baltimore AmericanS questions lint either party to the question shall take \ I William S. Carp.
ff June 10th, and identical, in suMai: version which have: appeared elsewhere, in the reported i I heard a Whig ask an adopted citizen a thirty-one. I J. of the ins'ilution "( the above suit by at' '
but altra he people make, they to have
"a whig not an wlig"-lhen may arc recourse Townships I"twenty.three,
proceedings of tbe nceiition. The statecieut day or two since whether he should! vote for'' tachment and appear and plead la (he declaration I
you win perceive, submits jom claims,, unequivocally was the people's candidate, but would accepta i II,the United States Court, for the settlement Taylor. for Gen. Cass," and twenty-four,and fractional township twenty-five. filed in the case within the time prescribed by law .
and professedly by your autU.ritv, to thedecision of the question according to the Constitution I Cal "lalalore of range thirty-two. H. N. GRAY.
of a party convention, and commits >ou to nomination from any Convention( Washington of the United States. said he, .although was a anbrer ; for Township nineteen Sections one, two, three, Attorney l f..r Plaintiff.JulytlS4S. 11

tic withJrawkl of jour name Irom the canvas*,' Unless ne\er talked this way !)-then it was Six members of the Committee Gen. Cass has been the friend oppres. Section ten to fifteen inclusive> Sections t\Prf- SO 3m
one to twenty-seven inclusive, and thirtyone -
should receive the whig The sed voted to the SrtiO
you norinati'D foreigner always give
ground thus taken fur. you i* so utterlv ncon.islent not his intention to withdraw mailer \lie. I Mr.I Calhoun, agreed to the bill and two Irish a half ft million of dollars,poorstarving and thirtT-I ur. thirty-five' and thirty-six in fractional Molasses Barrels. 4 1 1f

withthepoaitionwhieh jou have axumed for yourself ther Mr. Clay was nominated! by the Whig 5' ere opposed to it, to wit : Mr. Clarke, of t township twenty : township BARRELS fat
Native Americanism while Gen.
he loathes Sections thirteen
lwen ,
ship y-two (except one I".elyf (
on every occasion on which you have presented K. I.. and Mr. Underwood! I have ,
ofKy. 4) sale at the Store of S. S. KNIGHT.
Convention this his pOi.j and .. and
or not- on point has their nomination.And i twenty-four ) townshipstwentyfive
views that have Taylor accepted twent-t'
your o\'n "to your countrymen we no doubt that the be resisted in both and thirt.throe.Sections June 1', IS"". 43
iiut he.tafe to express our conviction ot its inc( tion was immutable !" This was just Ll'forE Iil \il said JE .Every adopted citizen who j hyenIY.-lx range u
Houses, but Mill it may passed.: It t three four five Stcian nine to fifteen SHim
al.ea by the card which take appta1In candidate of the Natives, de-1" PROSPECTUSor
tbehiterty retneu.11 to toyou with this letter. A high the Convention met, but this second Washing me that it wil bp satisfactory to nearly. all wiIe (r inclusive. Sections t\ent-Iwo to twertY. Ten in-
forever in as abject slavery! as j I c'siVeand Sections thirtv-four, and or \
confidence in your purity and honor has been one ot ton had found out that the spontaneous com the Soulhr men-for disclaims: the right serves thirl'.ft.
the main element in the entLu'ia.m'ith which i the serfs of Russia.' I thirty-six in township twenty two, Southern Literary Gazette' ,
bustion" hadn't worked and the of Congress to interfere in the question, und twenty-three (except Sectivns one to six inclusive,) *5...
your independent friends of Maryland have left the ".I net car.
mlimits it to the decision of the Federal Judiciary From Bermuda.-We hate received of ranie thirtj-four.(
tank of both parties. to bring your name bore the thing we hear from him is through the Louis- O.-V SATUUDAV TdE 13TII OF MAT.
as constitutional letter from Halifax the Fractional to-vn-hip twenty-two, the four eastern
people. To that confidence cu have cordially: re- a question. by steamship I
and it remain, on our part altogether un iana delegation : We are aU.Mrier bI Congress hare disposed of the great qus- .I flowing Capt. Jari'I tif ot Sections in township twenty-five and Sections EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS. -
I one to four indu"iv Sections nine to fifteen ismt, Sooth of the Potomac a single
4 J of taking from unabated.your enemies It is the imply solitary for the pretext purpose for Gen. Taylor to say that if he i nominated by i lion relative lo the tetention of cfficers of the I II Corretpondenee "f the J\'rw York Sun. I I in"lusiye. and Srcion. twenty-two 0 to twenty.evenincueive THERE whose soe object is ta develope antf ,

niirepresentation which ha* ever been alI Convention, he will accept the nomination, i regulararmy! uho ueie to go out of the er- HALIFAX, July 5. 1 1843. I.I m township. twenty-sis of range thirty- foster literary faMe and talent myths South; and thir

: with your name that we and those whom cnnectt we represent if not he vithdrav .' !" Very like Washington vice,under the !laus terminating their commissions : I I The only item of news here'i is the arrival I II five. fact is certainly! a *'jncieiit( reason for an tiniest attempt -
: are anxious be favored with yr.ur own authority til with the war. The arf'mt of the bill I from Bermuda of the Admiral of the West i Fractional t-rtvnhipninelcen i ac t wen ry,cCange ,i II establish such a ournaI. The faihfte of fprevio'Is
-especially his unsolicited I !it. I efforts cannot be regarded by rhe intelligent T
; to do )justice ;iu the premises. eating own thirty.!
passed is thi*-that the two Major Generalthe and North American iadron, in II.
,I I India !q the land office at TALLAHASSEE commencinjf -! mind as an argument against such an attemptThose
; With regard to the answer received from declarations Did Washington ever mani- I four Brigadier Gt'nfral., the additional M. S. .\\lI.slv.' towed by the stear.rScolrf on Monday, the '' nt -thirJ day cf October I Failures may have been, and probably were, the ye-

t General TAYLOR to this letter, the Buena feat manifest a desire to be the nom-nee of a Majors, tbe additional Quarter Masters: and conveyed the "patriot": f-'r I the disposal of tf.e public land situated suit of circnmstanre no longer existing. Tbe needof a

J Vista" remarks : party ?-did he ever surrender" to a Con- B"lilanls. Ac. &c., of the regular! army, art, Mitrhel from Ireland to the convict hulks. A I; within own.hip the. urrrentione\ townships and parts of such an organ, that in not our to midst attempt ill to.o supply universally the deficiency acknowledged .

.A letter b.ben received from Gen T,>lor by r.twnid he ever hear of a Convention, to be retained in the service with the proviso -: large British fleet is concentrating on the A.meriCan South of!the base fine, and East of the principal would! indicate a disregard of the signs cf 'tv,1

tbe committee correspondence and the electors ol; that in case of vacancies, no appointments I coast. The United States should b meridian. the times scarcely more(nrprijung than )inexcvuablr. ar -
the Independent Party in reply to one which the particularly, an one a the Philadelphia to fill them shall be made: without authority. preparedfor a descent upon Cuba, unless they The two eastern tiers of Sections in township The progress o: the age, and the rapid advance W
addressed him the 12th of June. At the affair it of two. the east half or township, three and township Manufactures and Internal
on special composed a was I majority of of law. lo let slip from them. I this the South in Commerce
request of Gen. Taylor that letter will not now bubll.he are willing i say 'i four, (except the eastern tier of Sections,) of range Improvements imperatively demand a corresponding .
I will, however he 5utJtiltd tn the Abolitionists and Wilmot Promoists Taylor The Senate, last evening confirmed the I advisedly. Everything here indicates a speedy three. advance in literature. To aid in this great ct>-

Sate at the meeting on the 27th.I Having a second WASHINGTON nominations of Generals Pillow, Quilman, movement for an ed interference or intimidation Township two (except Sections one to twelve in- jeet. he has established a Weekly Journal at the seat

bn favored with an :opportunity of perusing it. difthing, and PricI.jult two d..Vs before those in some quarter.I elusive, arid Sections seventeen, eighteen, nineteen oC[ the University of Georgia and rallied around it

we are permitted to say that Gen. Tailor fully be Possible officers go out of the len'icE by law. I The concentration of British forces around thirty and thirty-one.) Sections fix i and seven, in the best writer of the South.
adopt and sanctions the,statement of Judge Saun- Cal i town'hip three, and fractional township five (except The Editor i i. assured of the support of his able
den, which republish to-day and f'coni.estb We understand that the Whig orators of Nova Scotia, appears to us more like apprehensions Sections three, four, fiv. And six,) of range four. coadjutors in the Orion Magazine and also of muclr
t statement a* having been made by hit authority. West Florida All Ai, lit in 01ce"-Thi'\ is a \lil of revolution in the colonies. Recent Townships three and four and fractional township other assistance from the most prominent writer c!
in their efforts
It is needles for us to *ay, that the ground on which desperate to sus. objection} to i. Unluckily it an demonstrations at Halifax, liberal movements .. 5ve of ranse five. the South. The GAZETTE i is made up of matter beth

we have heretofore stood in our support of Gen. lain a sinking cause, are trying to injure Gov.Dt.AL argument with a double edge, its keenest one in the Canada and displays of popti- Town ;rp flue, of range six. original and vt-lrctrd ; and comprises. Tales Es ae.
Taylor is thus taken from under us Township nine, of range twelve. Sketches Travels, Poetry. Criticism, and a General
unequivocallyby the individual in ddibnlel\'hC tlh weuiiimed by saying he approved the law on being Ir Gen. Taylor. Gen. Cass has filled '' lar joy in New Brunswick on the last Fourth Sections one, eleven, twelve thirteen, fourteen, Miscellany of information in all department rl

it, and there can b neither doubt nor diffiCulty our statute book in reference to vagrants !- a variety of civil offices, all of which were of July, are ominous change. We incline Sections twenty-three to twenty-seven inclusive, Literatnre, Art and Science. Particular attention i if .

i in regard to the ahernatiY which such a state Poor malicious schools in which to form the man of business to the opinion that British fleets are in demand and Sections thirty-lour thii ty-five and given to Scientific and Practical Mechanics.

of(thing presents to us. ignoramuses ThEJl tell and the statesman. ( fn. Tiylor entered t the just now around t. township seven and townships eight and nine,of Ir Mechanical execution it is surpassed by no contemporary .
anything and anything to save laIt ranee t thirteen. and the ad; cf the fine arts will not be-
making a full statement of the previus say army a a Lieutenant at 19 years of age, and
fraction situated of
The of township seven, west wanting lo enhance its attractions. Portrait cf
position of the paper, and the Indepen. fiom a political death. If they arc very anxious being now 62 years of ace, his been in the Unpublished Army Jokes.-A returned vol. theSuwannee ,river of range fourteen. Southern writers, and picture cf Southern Life anJ U
and in the of the Government for unteer is responsible! for the following : Land law for the of schools,
dent the ** Buena Vista" further adds to know who approved that law, army pay appropriated by u.e Sct'nefwill. be presented.
: party, : we'l 43 years. He holds at this moment the highest During the march of one of tile divisions military or other purposes, will be excluded from The Editor confidentry appeals to the frier2.s ct

.This the last cumber of the Puena Vista which tell them. Acting Governor James D. West. rank in the while a candidate for of the army from Vera Cruz to Jalapa, a teamster the sale LiUratare in the South ; and he i i. h.ppy to announce I
wlt| be isued. Our cause has putftred that worst ofSiisfofluiiethefailureofitsleader. approved it, and Benjamin D. Wright in. army beard to and The offeiin? of the above mentioned( land will he that his enterpri is of no doubtful issue. By private .
(0 the and receives between $7 and was curse swear very se.
We must take Presidency commenced on the days appointed, and proceed in effort tarn and lint has -enoblain-
.t, I back. to our wn bosoms the confidence we had so troduced! it into the House. We have been 8S.OOO annual salary. And, although, all his verely at his mll s. The General, who did the order in which they adfertiwd, with all convenient ed. and upward a ol Our generous Thousand 5iimi have

j freely lavished, we can be true to our.tyt when also informed that Gen. BROWN alluded to life in office, it has not been in offices wherehe not happen to be in uniform rot up lo him, dispatch; un'il) the whole shall have been pledged their support to the paper. Until Ibis wa 9
rtl j others are untrue to u.. The Cue cur country could learn how to make a President. and peremptorily ordered to stop the offered, and the .alf* thus closed. But no sale shall accomplished tne editor was unwilling to publishhis
1i remain, full of vitality, and more than ever that act in his recent speech at Urown'a Ferry be kept open Innsrer than two week, and no private Journal bat it i* now given lo the poblic with:
thy of our devotion ; the genius of the constitution and spoke of GOT. PCVAL He acknowledges .s that hlm Elf. This is arnnst noise6 entry of any of t Ihe lands will be admitted until the qoiYllcal.esmaftCf' that i it hall be permanent e
till iD'ok.our fralu are] reverence In theapproaching a having ap. unfortunate objection to be raised by the And who the-are you 1" said the after after the expiration of the two ",th. TERMS-I. The Southern Literary Gazette is '

political contest, the philosophy of in proved it. We always knew that Gen. B. Whigs. driver. Given muler my hand at the City of Wa.hington this pubhiahcdweekhy.On a handiome imperial qnarlocf "

I difference i ours. We rtly upon the fortune nl'ihe took every possible! advantage of his opponents _ _ .. I nm command.r of the division." third day of July,Anno Domini one thousand eight S p.ges-printe I and in the meantime remain .
neutral beeea hundred and) :
republic THE ORDINANCE OF Tfv-eigtt.
? rival competitor for pUre. Nevertticl, s.. on (he Flump, but we did think him ca. 1787- .".el, then, command your division' Bv. the President : per.2.: It is furnished to single subscribers at TV* a

I.i is for each one to "el.rtin his own courts lor I pable of such an act is here attributed to A correspondent" over the signature of I am commander of the mule, and ( 1 JAMES K. POLK. Dul'art per annum in advance-and lo clubs of ,v t
hlDwt' A* a organization in b1.a1 of General a Gonter, which means no mistake, lel a holler and swear at 'em a much as I RICHARD M. YOUNG, for Ten Dollars. aaAll

for the Presidency our bnd unity A gone." him. good 'un at the expense of" Old Zack. Ifahows please!" Commissioner of the General Land Office. ( communications. not retaining remiftance -*

Ohio given up ly the Taylor men.-The Ohio the strong military bert toft the General's The Gen. rode forward. NOTICE TO PRC-EMPTION CLAIMANTS 'r solicited articles, must post-paid to *fc' ft
DI and his abstract sure attention. iL.
Opinion.The mind when addressedon
hoer euc o Statesman thus cheers its Democratic friends : manner Every person entitled to the riuhtof pre-emption WM. C. RICHARDS!
Macon Messenger and Journal whig. sass of Ohio your noble State is given up other subject not contained in his pocket 'o'.otic.-By Divine permission the quarterly, to any of the lands within the fownthirs and ruts ot A-T-Mvss. Mar 13.1 49.Fletcher '
that whatever Southern democrat may think aboutfaimore's by I.'mnrrf Tailor men They confess Taylor cannot editionEsopV fable, from which the old Gen.eral meeting of the Methodist Protestant Church in TalIaha !. townships above enumerated, i is required to establishthe

abolitionism. Northern democrat know cairy tle it CAM. RUTLI.R and WLLLCR are sweeping is so fond of quoting. A warm and enthusiastic ee will take place on the 10th or 20th Augu.t. same to the satisfaction of the Register and Re Institutes

*hi''m to b a friend of the South. They do, eh ?_ all be'ore them. All (the factions of all the factions friend called on him one day, and In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit ceivercif; the proper Land Office, and make payment this r PHE Trustee* of netcrfr/Tristitnte. FlovMa ConJ. -
How cannot prevent the honest voter of the Slate 0 therefor, as soon at practicable after fceeing notice ference. will oftcJbrreleonTdedavthe lUiTrAngutt
come it then that they propose to run him i of Ohio rallying shoulder In vbunlder,mingling heart anxious to ascertain in his opinion on the slave Florida, in and for the County of Leon. and before the day appointed the commencement riexf. a number of beautiful boildirg lots. 4

f th barnburner'* ticket far Vice President 1 Be.causeis ar,d soul in the glorious strife and achieving a splendid question, began to interrogate him on the sub TO SPRING TERM. A. D. 184S.LeopoldGreenberg of the public sale of the lands embracing the ,itnate at Fletcher Inrtjiute. rear Tbomaiville. G..
they be i i. victory. Nothing it but an apathy t tract claimed,otherwise such claim will b* forfeited. vlaee. the follow-
say sincerely and enthunasfavor (1 prevent ject. Charles Green. a hijhbeal'hy.w.ll.watered m
fly 1, of the Wilmot Proviso .- How and folly that,thank God,doe not exist in ourrank General," said he, what is your opinion of berg, Henry Gwnberg.and Adolp Assnropsit Commissioner RICHARD of the General. YOUNG.. Office. inc terms: One-lhivd parable first

too, ir Fillmore the ordinance of'67 ?" Kline, merchants and copartners damages January January. 1 S. Pnrchaws
such lOw
a friend of ours. July 22. 1&43. 1
Ominous. Th- whig ; destined from four tocelhev. mv
flag tobear can OM to acre as
and procure
"Uku j.ntrade.usinirthe name,style $1000.
Itaf "
own brother whip, in the free State are i the Taylor flag through cam. Why, answered the General, I don'tknow firm of Lfc H.Greenbetg &Co..) Attachment suit them. Person wishing To look at aid lot* will

o it ? Hear what Mr. Chwle hudson a paign in this town, taken down on Monday that I have ever teen any a old! a 1. for $4S6( 23. Medical Notice. call upon Mr. Hod on. at Thonusville. who will exhibit -
Mmaeio..tu whig; member ef ofI' wl that, but no doubt they were of poor metal William S. J J. L. CALL having settled in Montieello to them a plan of the grnni d.
Conrn says to rig on come new halliards. While Capnter. DR. .
1 The ordnance of this day is certainly the best defendant persons interested hi. professional services to the public. P. P. SMITH. Agent.Jnn
endeavoring to raise it again, i swayed away THE take notice of tbe institution of I lhi* suit Office over Drag Store. lO. 1SJS. 47
n if )fr. in the world. Why, sir, there's Capt. Bragg's
rl".. XOR7'JJE&s.. are WaLL KNO"D and the rotten foundation firing out, i cameto by attachment and that they are required lo apVa July 22. 151%. I ty Water Monkeys
NCTlf the ground with a and a crash, threat 11Itery"- and plead to the declaration filed ID < UU
n BEST S1SE 01 sweep An interruption and an explanation followed. cording to 1.. DIvanS.O A N excellent article for cooling water .stital'i.
lives, but doing no serious injury. For ale by
many lajnilie-
JAMES T. ill for
.bi.J e bill nch a Co friend t tM I Will Dot such be the end ofTajlorisra ?-Barre $50 Revard.-This sum wi be paid by Attorney ARCHE Phin'it NE pair of BTBCHETT Mahogany Divan& LINDENBERGER, for sale by B1SCHETT It LINDENBERGE*

u\ ldtt!. the N 'fce Obo: or ret oFrimn tIn July 1S.JS1S. M
lw-n knew,. aed .t ( ,/ .. Wltchreo any Mn JaJ/23,1518. 2 I- :11, 1:8. 2

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: i "i' -. Gen. BuZer a Barnburner of the right eort.In .- T (allowing,which "e eitract hum the Cam Newport Springs, Florida. AXEMDKKNTS TO THE Boot and Shoe Making. STEAMER GLASGOW 7
1 I Gen. Butler dnn Journal, i i. hem the Rv. E. L .'uurot Florida. hlEunsleraignedhviegpvrchased he
Ij itiK' :: the last war Englaud Constitution of the SUte of T '
; Ker,haw ,
doeJs of District. S. CFanningtoo en'ire stock and raateul of LUAr.RJIFrLtJ. .
; I performed one of the noblest Kershaw District 5L, C., ) a i who is about leaving the Stale,
( :( : : on record. In one of ibe severest battles with May It). IS*. 5 Propot&l and agreed lo by the third General respectfully inform* his friend and the S

i I"t\I"tir::1 -::' the Brjub: and Indians on the Nerthweitern I have *cd in my family Dr. )Hull tevei and Assembly ; subject to the action of the nrxt public that he is at present at the old stand, wheie JAMES TUCKER, MAIM

l ", frontier, a Urge number of tlp savajrpt had Ague 1-ilU, and also! Dr. Spencer' V. .t".le Till, THE WAKULLA HOTEL, having undergone ex- General .tss tllbly. he is prepared to execu'e all work in his line with avails
from which for the last two year*, and hare no hesitation in pro e improvements, i* DOW for the recent promptness and despatch. lie has on hand' 'he finest TilE Limatlf, of tki, ,.,.
:; heir into a l,arn, they open the f
r :. found i way nounC'rn;I hem tobenxttl excellent lamily medicine* ion of guests under the superintendence of Mrs I of cilf skins and all oits of materials and will : public that the new Stilt

t f 1 -:., pourrd deadlj fire upon the American troops.. -and a* an art of justice to the worthy proprietor MAPDEN, whose experience and well known qualities AN ACT to amend the i2lh Clause of the 5ih Article 1 I make at short notice. and in the best manner GE.VTLE.MEN'S : GLASGOW ij now performing ber rrnlar! :
of these invaluable I'lUd! I Ivill state lor the infer of the Constitution of this State !o that the the Suwancee River between Colombo
t ,
I TbeMseriCaflCOm1UaflderSb'LhatIrflmUt as a hostess warrants the promise i that nn ev.VnseOT I ROOTS AND! SHOES of' every descrip- tBd
j.t .. he burnt *' and enq-iired, .who perform matioa and satisfaction of all concerned, that m, attention will be withheld that would add lo the Judges, of the Circuit Courts shall hi/Id 'their offices I lion. Boots fooled soled' and otherwise repaired in K..vt. This boat is strongly built of tilt.

r.\-:... wlul wife, prior lo nor nurria'e, bold been m,>re cries comfort and pleasure of visitor for a leim of eight years instead of during j good style and .t reasonable charges. He will war. tenalj and propelkd! by two engines, ird CI'P'We.;
t"1 ; the periloiu After a )"n pause the the subject of Chill and Ferns tor about: eighteen ood behavior I IS'rcrio.v carrying me hundred toes burthen, UlZ
tuk. or :
These Sprmxs are situated on the Sr. Mirk River rant his work to be equal 'to any done In the place, 4(30(
4 :" ; youth full pallantly%! stepped forward, and months tuvinj tried various icmedies without sue 1. Re it enacted by Me Srnalr nnd Untie cotton with suitable. accommodationi lOt
five miles above its junction with thy Wukulla. and | and fo give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any fen.sengeri ,.
,'E iJ,. a.idwas much reduced fl. h. A few Representative of the Slate of t'/enda in General of light draft !requiring bet ?*
:. :! providing himself with a tfrcb, proceeded to cesi very in about eighteen miles South of TalUviase, in the other workman. termf* ilt'
JurmWv convened Thai the 12th Clause of e> water.I hereby enabling tee "
dj>* after o'ir inmuce she commenced with fprr midst JOHN LERCH. to perform 11ft
4. of healthy pine region to the constantsea
of bullets from
1 S the barn amid shower open
a t1.f
) Ihe 511) Article of the Constitution rf this Slate be .ularly at all of .the
ctr'i season
: Pill, a-id] ill a da> or I wo afterwards with t llutr breeze from the Gulf ronderh, it a residence, 9 1W7. 42 tf year belwee Col
; May ,
J 1 rifles of the Indians and fired amended to rvad follow, That at the antfCedolr
I J : soon .so com I'Jti ; he usod about I half a tax ot each ; the re during the lultrv summer months, truly delightful. so as as vu: KeJs.leaTingCoZoitbuseery..j

1 1 : '. pelel.t! as lo envelope it iti flames, aut return cult was, a HA Die\LCCRCSliereeamrd her hcall .\ vib-.tanlKl' bridzcha*been thrown over East River, expiration of the present term of office of the Judgesof NEW GOODS. DAY morning M. and Ced,, r
aid strength ; and has hold no If turn of the Circuit Court, with the exception hereinafter every FRIDAY morning. Should *:*
'.1 t' unharmed tO ho American lines, when very rapidly brininat the li; t.huu-4C and sea hore within an aof5dea| PDtre
mentioned, the Justices of the Supreme Court, *
aget'eeztendeui, the
: I intereatof
Chill and I'rersince. I beieIhue: medicinet' or
f'I' '. rrery spectator' considered his death ilu \'i'a.' hour liJe on horseback or in carriage, wh.e convenienre and the Ju" S of the Circuit Cflurtc,"Iul Selected subscribers would call the attention of Ihe her lo two shippers q1Iir.
b lmnle!;anJ *::fe; and \hen i* d as pteifieall for bathing will be found at all ime,. : fIll !trip per week the
: !' ; .: ble.! Th. firing of lhat barn deprived the directed, are alt..riled wilh satisfactory' roults The battling sea estal>li>hrricnt connected with the Hotel for a term ot eight years and -.ball hold their offices ".. to the choice and extensive assortment will cheerfully acquitrce in, and make the I'ropri.t".

.f)tt t 1 enemy of f h;I "I r pv,*itiiti, and s.wn jjavoihe I': L. FHAiiER.Tiif ha* been thoroughly repairedand improvem for that term unless sooner removed under the provisions of GOODS now receiving per Brigs j WakuIa and change,or add another new boat to the line IKCftIa.tflv
J. .. made in this; Constitution for the removal of Erneline. Their stock hm been "selected with care, to the
one now
Gen. I B-illei i capacity employed. As
; the
lo m.tJthat lunue and stin"er baths be fur- soon
; victory AmftICanl. | can is
'. following: infbenli..1 Plan : Judges by add res-, or impeachment ; and for \vilfalncfrlict I from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this beat will etrnd her prato
S 41..o if'.. : is therefore, the right suit cf a harnburnrr IT in WWmnjton, Count", we Uke an 'Irom the: MactIVlegraph ni.h..d the at all hours of I the intrinsic day free of value charget"selherwith and of dillY, or other rea>oiiable cause, which I I York ; and, having ben purchased at reduced prices wannee river to Ihe Upper Spring,,trip arid 'phe if, [ 7 Sa.

; '. J : he burns the barn occupied i his country V : acknowledged nurac' sball not! besulTicient eround for impeachment the they are enabled to furnish their customers at prices Wilhlaconchie river, .f "*. '
) effect of I the water in particular case. enl
4 >: .. eiemks. Washington C.>it-.ty, Ga., Jinuiry 3, IS 17. attractions to the invalid and citizen of lei*jire:ire not Governor hall remove any of .them on the aatdresu! proportionated low. Their The undersigned: wauld further .f jfe that be

,,' : Dr. Calvin t: Hull-Dear Sir-It has been aiou "'lfJ'J"S>ed in the Southern States. Those in pursuit "if two-thiids of the General! Assembly ; Provide, I RSADV [ ADZ OLOTH1NQ] ethers proprietors of this boat, hue availed (l.eIII.atj,
\\oioftfr. That t the cau eor shall be stated at selves
causes of the
: ? three t'ar..jr.C'e I c-nnro'iiced f'rtirurn.1tu''and ; provisions of an
t ". A Caution la Jfrchmfs.-e heard :I % iningjour .Inti-h'efir I'ills, on plantation I on IhejtnrnaU improve the navigation and tn
4 my navigate the
: stun of a country parties or excur-ions to the Spring and the each IliUHC ,1nJpruvidfJ,further. That the directly under the eve of Mr. Stillman. all Si"""
.S gOJ BaqncJO'ss lnltman.E. have had a large number of cases; < of Chills and Ftver amier flee rivet. and for other r>urpc! therein
the of tIe
Bay or can enjoy more exciting plcasuie fear of ..&np.cvrk i is thereby precluded, and BertlicB
V I came to our city *onv days as'> nith a bill on and s'me'ft'w of Billioui Fever, and in no in. cha.< seek ex 'rcisc in the Ten Pin Alloy, the game causes shall be notified lo the Judge so intended) rely getting an article personspurchasing well enacted d Ihe last session of the u ilalllrf of"nT;
; firm'of The stance of either form of Fever hare I failed to eflec b be removed, and he shall be admitted to a hearing may upon State Florida that they have
.. ::: ;. V a highly! icspectible this city. of Cilliardi or the hejllhful dance. In a word, ii his nwn defence before any vote for such removal made. Among Ihe articles comprising their their ; recently .rrlJlizftf
J and a cure when directions were followed and I they sere thina siile! will be done to make the company pursuant the rrnvi 'ir 'A V was duly presented I acceptance, a every po I : Springs I nid
fo the act
V li fa'.en at the commencement of the di,.ei: r. I \hate resort. hall pa"3 : anti in such cnses vote shall he taken PALL A\D tl'lVTER STOCKma under I the name and style of the FcrHa! Sllrf ,
agreeable |
; .: young mfmhcr! of ihe firm, a fashionable) had in than an tv yen and nati an I entered on the Journals of each Improvement and Steam !Inrtr.
4 ': greater success tu.inz your )I'tlU: "ilh June 10, t IMS. 47 \ be found .the followi.i: N uj ip ion CltllP111f.
.' : I ;showily dressed gentleman, who had cultivated other medicine I have used in House respectively.SEC. The Co. will soon
any ever my family ; i Blk French Cloth. Frock and Drew Coats, Bla.-k.! V p-tny complefetheir arrarif ,,ftr"
1 '. ; a very. dainty moustache, wrote with a there 14 no d"uhi that when usM according! to three To Country Merchants. 2. Be further enacted That the Judjes first Brown and Invis. Green. Castor Beaver SacksSaxa of which due notice will be given for purchase '

: bill his tiuni, will effect a speedy and radical cure. appointed under this amended Constitutionshall be Gotha Mist Tweeds! aid col'd Cassimir do- Cotton and ether products of the *
endorsement fancy mail
; r: gold pen onjthe giving r. Tin M nufatt('r> has now, and is constantly! divided lot into frur d3i The first class shall: ceuntrycr
Your with 1'B by :' liberal cash adianccs.
V ,r; .J;,. middle name in thus J. Templeton Tom- respect; adding to its stock! a complete assortment ofTin V' hold his or their office or offices for the term of Iwo IVllots and Blanket Overcoats A.C, Heavy Pilot upon all prcperfy shirred;
f"1 A
EMANUEL BROWN. required '
all It has added I and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloak of (file Blk s-wn as practicable a line J
; of ilescnp'tons. new machinery
: V j ;' kin*. The cGuntrjtirui: ,looked at he LgI a. T: The above valuable medicines, fresh and genuine by which the walk ii done better than ever lear the second for the term of four jear*. the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons of Black French Ca!. suitable pack t II will be esf bliihed by 'the CcBp n,

S V lure, read it slowly! gUnced! at the fhiun- are fir site l.y LEWIS Sf. AMES before in this \>\\ICP. eight f.r the term of six years, the fourth for the term ot iiner, Elk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check A. StripedV! I between Cedsr Kei. and New York and l'e" Or*.

I ble merchant wlwwa-1 jry fiseinatinlyt"irl. July I, I4S. 50 T-IUhassee. Fla. There is a Pedler travelling all the jcar from Ma- [Pjs.ed years the Senate the Constitutional do. ; also,Tweed Satinet! and Jeans do..e: VESTSof lear.s for 'the conveyance of freight and fittfnttn
I I by majority, Biack and Farcy Satins Striped and Plaid Silk. thereby securing to all its patron, a safe and iaI:
rianna the River ,
; to Suwannee tu .
the Merchants
: ;ing his Wli, '-k' rl, and handing: the bill over to Dr. Pills supply December 22, 1M7. Passed the House of Representatives ditimn: mode ff
Spencer's Vegetable transportatior of
Velvets Plaid Iheir
V Cashmeres and Valencia Plaid Silk
who I !
V can always rely on our wagon going proper? t to
hi.n rk 'l by the Constitutional 6 ,
rcm .' : majority January either market well
V AND and Mazurka, &,c. &c. a* as return cargo to its
through the !section amore! named delivering, .the I place (f
V. ** 1'r stranger' cash that IJoclmnt.ha1 ." Tonic and Ite rorativc flitters Tin. Any orders sent by mail will be Drornptly attended I I I ibis.April 1 ] 15. ISIS. 33 6m They have also an extensive assortment of Clolhs. destination.instance The rates of transportation will ia B.,

2 VV, V !" iii'l.'cnantly replied the merchant, For the Purification, of iht Blood and Restoring to, and delivered at once to the Merchants Cassimers aid Veatings unmanufactured consistingin exceed those heretofore charged or allowed

:-, V V 44 discount own !-it is positive the Ky\tt'm from all Morbil Secretions oj If.GI We "'atelhal our pnces are always the same, without I r U. S. MAIL LINE pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye: I for like services, but a material reduction of toch
my paper : anils, ..,.' ami Lierrforbtd Ilutiwrs, and the Icat variation.We I Cloths, do. Eugiish do do. do., Englrsh Blue and rites is contemplated at an early period as tocn n

im! 1'iliiteJ Stilt cj th' Syittm, IfC.TIJII IinIJ hand the following ai tides,as well as I Invisible, Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and j: theiierease of business shall warrant such oedoekn
: ,. ,: .. .\ I..Lt. can't help it, fraidlhe countryman; [ 'E: Pills and B.lttM luve bren steadily cam. ever' thing kept in ocr line : i Castor do., French Black Ca simer?, do. Ribbed do j The facilities offered parties of pleasure and txktrt

: .' : *. ifyou don't I mu t get somebody eUs to do i ii in po/uUrity arr(nz ail clashes-ar<< nut now Furnace*, such as every family need ; Cooking t' do.. Fancy Plaid and ?Hped do. of the latest anal 't 110 visit the Ke>,. at all seasons ot the }'uOIlt.f f

1 V ,'. i il.! i among thos* of doul!tlui elLcacy: or experimenta StO\'fos of the mo..l approved kind in use ; Air Tihl I most fashionable styles ; VESTING of Hack and the mest healthy: and desirable retreats for innU,

him from character, b'lt can be relied upon as composition Stoves for Chamber, Parlors, or Offices ; CofFee !! Fancy Plaid Sating: do do. Silk, Silk ard Woollen! laaJ others in .the State,and Ihe beautiful and romtB.

V T4 prevent paper g 'tting on j founded u/'< n Correct therapeutic principles and Roastei, Double Bud Iron Pumps; Ice Cream Freezer I Velvet. Cashmere and Valencia: ?, Vestingsof' Rich.i tic 'cnery of the Snxvanree will it i i.lurpc,..r

V V Change,.ihe in'rcha'Uconcladed! to cash the I j cnutidrd in a* if>. pleasant and efficient Mrdicine *, &r.. &..c.JnneX I From Tallahassee to Macon. Velvet Plush, .1c. &c. I induccrner.ts to man! lo aralllbtniSf'h. olio p1e ,.

V IJi and piling over the innney to the coun.S w h,'n-t'er a Tame, or .ipttwnt is needed, and w her I'I. 4Havana : I Through in foity-tico hour from Tallahassee to p : ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT' OFj f ant an e'uuroo.!
,[ a Pur .Ii\'I' f simple, i'athartic alone needcl I the __ Harm, and to Chnrletton in three days, I This Company, having as .they believe, trade
V tryman, aked him, quietly, Why my friend i iIo < is I Hats and Caps(Monterey) Hro. and Uleach'd: Cotton all
V Pill nloiie stand unrixailed.Th I Syrups in time lo take the Mail Boats on j ; I tequsite: arrangements for the convenience and .
f ( you other me tIe "raluitom; in";ut! "of <\v will posztUely cure and fiare ii thoxuar.d: .?/?
V ., 5 ing me lo discount my own paper ? reqllir'l of cav.-". D>4pcps-a, Juuuda-e.; I.utr Complaints. ;T DOZEN) Orange, Raspberry: and \(r > PIlE Stage: will leave Tallaha"see on Mondays,, I i Satin do -Silk* and r'rlnldo. ; .

V V .' I don't mean any harm, ranger I Eruption-; the Skin SaSl'i-v Complexion (>tneraDc ci Srupe. !, JL \Vedne'aiay', and Friday at "1 o'clock A. M, j Rich Fancy Satin'. Wool and Angola I Fir furiher: particulars! applv fo Mrs u. D. P.

have just got this idea in that when ii: '\., Loiof Appetite, Suj'prei-.e.i I'rrspiration 4 doz. havana Pre.erve!. in Jars, I!, arid arrive in Macon (via Quincy, Bainbndfe, New- I Plain Fancy do Scarf and (Undershirts, j SMITH &. Co ; Columbus. \'*!. SMITH & HARRIS .
my Brow Cotton
.. V !kul. I &". &... As an ceelI.u.t tratlicator of mercury 4 Ha-idsomc Gra-. llmmock Apply to ten, Albany, Amencus, and Perry,) on Tue daj'*. and Cotton.Jenny Mad,son. Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS
.5 you see a merchant with (hat on hit up. \\fiomthctifileintn-<*f 1'illsai.d Hitlersjr-ur.e.iuallcd.Ti. J. R. FORTUNE, Agent, I Thur da\*, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M, in I Lind Hhks. ode Drawers, Cedar Keys or to !the undersigned.

:, V per lip, who writes hi! name out in full, and' j jendorses ,(. H.dic:4I"r., re Jlllrili'j'eJC'rr'lI Pills! and Kit June :. 1 1c1|. ,f'; At the Tin Maaufjctory. 'time for the cars for Savannah. Leatin-, ; Macon on Blk.Glove White and ColM Kid Gum Kla..tic Supenders, JAMES TUCKER
: .: bills with a gold pen, you may set it j tcn aud when the, !n"uSd! betaken withc.ut delay. Ice Ice Ice I Monds.. W'dnpsdIand; Fndaj at 4 o'clock, A Hose and Cotton Half- And others Proprietor.

V V ,. down a certing he's gwinc to bur.t up I' i prcrentice of flit formation of acute disease:al e rEst IIFsuHsrnbeM will d,'liver ICE at the Ice House I M., and arrmn in Tallahassee on Tuesdays, Thur I Co'nmbus! florida January 22, 1S4S. 22 ly
puny da\ and S.Ilurdl\s. at 10 o'clock P. M This line V Patent Leather Shoe, Umbrellas, Money Belt,
wJien Ii Cursed when the vtine is I '
i ihizhly JL
; in week. Ar. O. Delia.V ; from .r to o'd.1C'1t
a colored : when thete i is pain in the slomac! tail'at the Ice house every 5 morning, at 4 cents re-I|'j ernariect' with the Central Rail Road Savannah, Auj Shoulder: Braces, i.c. A.C. BULL &. PRATORIUS,
---- or cent per lb. np lo\ n.- I j .ta, Mill".le'villi and \V.- It'fn Rail Road CoIfrr.bijs CLARK & STILLMAN.
to .It the
4Md: bowel; ss h.'n t tin! re are. nervous irritations ; rt'Uli"ing in Ihe gii corner store under the Sentinel 0//ifend//
surrounding villages will be | It alo connects with the Mail Line October :21. H47. 14
when there :
the bjck
Gn. arc ai.d head when
in I
V Taylors losiion-Jl Fog. pains ; furnished Ice at the Ice House for 3J cent opposite the fhoix Buildius
the skin i i. pttpound from Quinsy to Chatfahoochie, and therire to --
hl't. dri, o( jell'nv ; when the appetite the hundred i Apalachicola. I
V We find) bet fijllowing card in the New j I I Ir is poor ; when there ire ccld chills ; when the by weight J. & J 7. DArnS j l'assengers: ran go from Tallahxssee to Leon Circuit Court.IN ARE NOW OPENING a choice and well Reefed'

Orleans Crescent. I is not a reply to dreams are bad. or ctaithni in sleep.If TnIUha, 'tfa *"- t 18IS. -44 I!' Ci'lumbtis in thrrr dais, and bat ont night will be CHANCERY. I of CLOTHS. CASSIMERS VEST-
taken on the cccurrei.ce of any or all of theo i spent on the roul b.-I'\'f'en Tallahassee anal Macon. I I\GSand READY-MADE CLOTHING. Tbe
it much
speaks so as a Creditors' Bill for settlement Estate. peat
of Ibl'l indications (Ir approaching di.fase, much pain ansii < ALACHUA HOUSE. i The public m-'v re.t a.-urcd that every attention will of care and tate bestowed in the selection of these goods
James I E.
which is and others for themselves}
the and
V important to -kntsi may b. preventedThe ,iiiinn m. f j be paid to the comfort of th'-se who may patronize warrant them in siyin to ill who wish topurthwe
V V V at the truth in this _.!!IV1V! .\>tfiintrc, Florida. [ ; this Line. ether creditors of A. M. Gathn. Complainants,
maltrnolwitll'andin; ave Mcd.nnts frc h and ccnuine, are fo I I good bargain, yon will da well to call and examineour
V ihe anxiety which seems to penade the whig sale 1\,. LEWIS & AM r.s. rpHE subscriber having purchased: lIt, house and I FARE: Vt.Turbutt stock. It would be a treat lax on time and patience -
R. Bet Sarah
S. V to conceal and it. I July!)' I.1 HI; ?., Fla. J. premises formerly owned and occipied by J. 1 Fmm Ttl.h:1''pl': to Qiiinev,2 .,i) ; to Bainbridge,, ton A. Betton.bis; Wife, Executrix to enumerate I the different styles and pattern

V V press, mystify -- ------.- --._-- W. Pearson, Esq, at Ni-wnansvillr, E. F.. n nov I 55 : to Al'i3f I 11. ar.d t If \f.t"nn. <522. ,i rof1. Gatlin, and others, Defendants.WIICIICAX 1! composirj this assortment : suffice it lo say that a

V To the Editors of tJiK Crescent I Drugs, Medicines, &c. redy to al'comm'd.ite [ardtrs and Travellers, and I WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors. I By an "rd..r mad, by his Honor portion of these cloths and cassimersare 0rIi 'Brit
hn exi-rtior.s to make his Uy JOHN M I VARN DOUGHS, Judge, on the lt Dei I ain' '
(; The card! hope* by BU |* as comfortable I Aeent.fjrj i Roasted Lustre, sod the clothineand
V V : fullawing I 1:1-1;. he
"Biber, above entitled
ETLEnX appeared HOWARD IUR.VARD, JR., as po .jbl.. He has good !ab'mg'! and a I Ounce at the Plan'er's H,il"-J, T..lIio1ha.-C. 1 in cause, the under- every article of their stock is of a style and quality
in the Picayune of the 23ti! of June, I first rate cstler always in atfepdjnce. E. BAILEYsent' ; at M;;.j NATHANS, in Q-nncy. sijjn.d was appointed. among other thing, to take that mill (*ieae the most fadfidioiu.
AS received the late arrival afresh I I at account 01 what .is due tu Complainants for their
inst I
: II GEORGE M. GALP1N. July 17. 1"11 2 j They wlinld mention that these CLOTHS are of
Idiiion to his stock, of GENUIXE claims ai.d nit other creditor
a t of ,
said A1. Gat-
"A CARD.-WC arc authorized hyen. J if e\\'na"\'ilt: May! 11. HIS .1'] the finest texture, the best English wool dye,French
S URUGS :MEUJCIMIS; ail t of t REESE'S I 1111, with interest thereon and it ordered furj '
----- -- ; was -
a. Taylor to say' that the course of.the Louisiana I I which are of go'xl ( 'i.niitt, l.,,fur ('aVt. Groceries, & lIVER fijys-p MEDICINE. I j ther Thai the .jil Master di> cau,e an advertise. I do.n rol Cat.dye.,black French,do.and Cassimer German,London black cloths wool dye Cass,,

Delegation of .the Whig Convention, lately j .\hv.TI hand: a general assembled II which arc Wjrtar.ttd gtnuine.r' : 000 j' TJERSoN.S:: : of ..-.I.le C'insfiiurions' and those ol se- published weekly in Tallahassee, aid;< ill such
V at mees: with his en. \ SHOULDERS, I' of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin,
Philadelphia I
tJ'uk''f Paiecea H J's Init,rr\eJ Tonic \Ii JL dentary habits. ar. oltcii troubled I
!ix. with hahitusl hf
wan otter sliall think
: pualic ncvopjpf; as for
tire full! and | 1j'lllh"( he-.t lA"af 1 L.rd, ;proper i Silk, Woollen Vehet, Ca>hmerrtl and Polkanetr
unequivocal approbaiion. f'i" W-.f.r'* IMsitncf WiH; Cherry lrardiflh! el-t"t'ntM, w hich ctfen? exerts a very unfavorableinfluiTce 1 the cu-ditoii (,Vt I the s id Alfred M G.riin to ((.rr.e ,. '
Cerro Got 'o and rberabuco.
5fr* Ibs. Carolina Rice checked.
t "That he not only never doubted} but never Pil I!.. S.errciV; CtleLrated Cat thartic, Camphor 2") bbs.! St LOUIS, Flour, II upon their general; health, which is ;i-airic- 1! III bcf're hw, a-d |'ro\" lh ir dtbr, on or before the j j READY MADE CLOTHING.Monterey-Superior Fine blk.
..t .. intimated a doubt that his honor and reputation <; W';rra. C'3.h. ar d Dinner .' ni*. Honr-laod's ID sacks R o CorW, ularly mia.ariiletted, hy irr.- ul3rttvII n.>, total l to-.3 c.r j jappet.te. ;; :caret diy >,1| May next ; and that !Uv-h .\I.lre l creditors J I Iw French dress arid frock coats, do. English wool di.

r were safe in their hands." I C:.!-ebrati Fettraid .\'J' K-ni'Hy, L'jc :lIIa Cordial, 5:0 gallons choice Liquors and Wines, : In this' condition of the system. tin' article -.: :. TbIJm;;">oi* F.'# Wal"': MrM'ir.nt' I F.xir of Opium, I is confidently recommended with roe a' ..' ".1, fcl.all be excliidt-d' the b neiir cl this rfei black id cloth
Sack mixed
:tI) bhts. double rectified a fancy ,
IliLic PF.YTO-Y, S4n"J. !: 7 ', .. i Whiskey that if t th-- d."*. is prfptrly adjusted! i ..! ilijt uch i opera
t Sircapar "rrt"r "- arid Azue Pill. so as rut to crt : ; > peroi.: not patties to the bill, black heavercloth and
: V 10 dozen best Port %Wine i I cr-a'-i. sack over-coats, black
: LOGIN Kl'NTO.V r itr'i ditf the bowels too aclivelv, relief niab I who jiliall i'i before the i-aid
*, ; rJ *ri4 '1''js: : and Anti Dvspeplic move relied come Master lo prove Cloaks. l'antaioonsofflneblack Ca.ssmermdinm

V A. C. BcLLiTr. Pill,, f>ck' i''i< Aiiti'Dy.peptic Piils, PeferV and I 10"1" Sherry Madeira Wine" I upon without any or even Ihe hast unpleasant; consequences -:j their debra, do. betore they are adin.tteJ dfectors! j i i Ho a zr* at variety cf fancy Casf imer pants of the

: June 23, 16 H. 'pl"t. "ele.Sratt-d riiU. in bottle l uicJiciiiCj usuj'iv' resorted lo. ;, the ot, l this :'JlI. to be settled the said
The high charactcr of ihosr gentlemen! Sursap juirt at ? per Soap. Candles! St Stauch Cheese, Pickles, 01 .es, expenses; by j| Trimmings, hosiery Shirts, Glovesj, Cravats seltadjristir.g -
bottle.! Alt It Persons subjct to Kilious Cholic the i :la..I'r.nd it .l ordered .that sa !
), superior Lemon S nip, prepared from may rely on v>as an account I Stocks
Olive 011.1 II Snjpenaers, and almost everjthiaj
V afTrds a rmfcicnt guarantee for the stalctncn'therein ; pure Curie or Ismon Arid, far preferable for .the Green and Catsup Clack[ Teas.c., Mustard, .c..t Pf'ppu.r.round the new Pepper preventive properties of I"IS 1 medicir.e bj uingiton I I be taken of all securities or collaterals held by Ihe'j'I connected with a gentl man'a outfit.B. .

I : ick or ordn nut what said when Porter i.c .\.. are some constitutions IiaS.e; to regular attacks of same, and of the value of each." And it was also
this I the latest .
: to and
sfaement! April 2r. I ISIS. 41 most approved styles.N.
S., wile HillioiH Fever aim! .t fall to vich the ordered that all
June I'l, t IS4S. 47WcsternProduce --- > every ; use of parties may be examined upon B Bv tie
: of Col. Col. J. N. in-I next arrivals we expect to receivt
Winthrop, Stewart
V .., gentlemcn Pure Sulphate of Quinine. I this medicine i* r con.mended, beginning to use it terrogatorie and pr.siuce all booV and papers THE REMAINDER.

V V of equally high standing and friends and Groceries. | by the middle cf May or first of June. their custody or power, relating% I h c.-rct{,upon oath: I October 16, 1517. 13
V .' of Gen. Tajlor, are laid before the public. THE: subscriber' hate on band two hundred and I Thoe hose dices'ii organs are feeble often/ experience i I l before the saidMtaLer. as the said Mailer shall di- -
V received lane of PROVISIONS .
a supply
V JUST ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which. th y 1! a tnse of fullness, weight and oppression I Ij Ilab. reef."
4 A few ; It Fine
days s nee, on the return of ) GROCERIES! at the store of Perfumes
thlt have ,
obtained direct from the and
: j < ut the stomach after eating, will find ibis ml"di-I J Now. therefore all person claiming 'fa be creditors .
V gentlemen from a vitit on ihn coast during S. S. KNIGHT. they will warrant it to be a superior article. ( afford almost immediate reluf. i: : of aid A.1. Gatlin are hereby in pursuance ol i From the ManDfartorj of lobin, Parii.TTEDYOSMIA .

which time they} Lad an interview with ( (0. June 10, IMS.' 47 We have enlarged our stock of fruits and! Medicines Ladies near their confinement oftei suffer from !| said order, notified to ;produce their claims, and the Helilrope Jockey Club. Ro eGe*
------- --- --- -- I
: Taylor, they stated that Gen. Tailor disclaimed Notice.SIX by recent arrival*, and are prepared to execute heartburn and costiveness : touch this article i is !i vouchers, in support thereof, and all coU..leraland _11 nninrn, Millellenrs, Patchoulv, Mi nionette.

... ithority nf the Dele.galion orders for alliclcs in I; o<'r line at wholesale or retail highly recommended, a* it can be u"ed without Ihe securities therefor, before me, at my office in Talla- Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,Ret. de la Reine.
thp Louisiana months afterdate! the
undersigned, Adminis on the most accomiiiodating terms. !least danger, and with great benefit. Iuuckvrraerv.uil4 I hj.;ee, within the 'time limited n said order and Hihntine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain.
; \ to make the pledges for lil which they cf the estate of Charles lU-ckstein 1 hte of WeAf\ aIn a few accountet due t r., us for Ihe headache it is invaluable: otherwise comply with the provisions, of Ihe same Marrocain and Couqnet.

,. had made in the Philadelphia Whig Convention l Leon County, will present his accounts an.1 i vouchers ear 1-J7. They are gent-rally in small amount, This aroele will be found to act as a pie ant cordial I I that they may be admitted parties to the laid Stilt. Also, Glenn's d595 Ashland Perfume, and Preston k

V ::: -that Judge S-tunders was not authorized beture the lion. Juil.e of Probate torlId: County. but if the s.s tunIc| could be rush shortly it would zo and I.IIir. r.'storing the appetite ardat the Dated this third day of December, A. D. 1S47. Merrill's Extract r.f Fragrant Flowers.

:'t ': to declare him an unadulterated! Whig ; that and said pray estate for a final settlement and discharge from far 'toAards juidatmgceilain sums which weowe. I sam lime i fulfillire"every i intention that the common SIMON TOWLE Special Master. The true Farina Cologne-also the French and
LEWIS & AMES. intended to effect. It December, J"4 7. a) tf
pUr2'aIIH. arc purely erstlaltt American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bav Run
I Judgo S.uinders had no authority for TI1ERESE BECKSTEIN (Hy herajent.) --- -
pledging April 2. ICI"I. 41 and, when useil according to the directions, and Apna de la Reine.fine Cosmetics, rich Pomades.
iJ.fJJ i: 17ffj
V $1-
him to abide} by the nomination of the Convention MivO.J. I tcis JOHN K DE CORCE. --Cgars-Cigars! will be found an invaluible article peciallv to I those I Hair-oiU and llair-dte. ruvinsr and Toilet Soap.
41 { Attorney at Law,
V or any authority' to withdraw bis name ---- -- -.-. -- --- ir SPAMSH received afflicted! with Dv!pep!ia, Derangement of the Liver, fine and course Combs, rushes (forth head.Teeth.NjiI ,
1 nnn Montircllo Jefferson Florida
jusi fonnly
: ".5 I a a candidate fir the Presidency.', in case he In Hamilton Circuit Court. I'J.V/UU and for 811. by or General Debilitv. I attend .the Circuit. ), and F'e-h. A superior article if Cold Cream,
V Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike CUI.r'* 01 the Middle in
For sale
county l'TlLL twiti. Vy LEWIS 4. AMES.
Lad not 'been nominated. L. & 11. GREENnERG CO.
V MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. & Georgia and for sale by appointment at and! of the County 01 Columbia of the December J, K17. 20

,. .' Thai 1 Gen. Taylor adhorcd to his original MAY TLRM, ISIS. May 20. 1 HI.1'. .11 1:. BARNARD. Jr'!., I Eastern Cirr'lil. FI orilla.

: intention of John Williitai, ) --- Iruz Store, Tallahassee Monticello, Ausut22, I'q!,*>. 5 Pickles &c.
running as an independent candidate ii>".\ S and not the candidate of either tt. > Bill for Divorce. DANIEL LADD, Xewort, T T.NDERWDOD'S
Gerkins OnU
V VS a party Pruia U'llluiug his Wife. ) Notary Public, Notice. pickled Mancoes. -
,V t' ; that (Jen. Tailor had never written a T.iLL.iUASSKK, PLOI 1114. ions and mixed Picklej, pickled Lobster Walnut !-
V I appealinx to the satisfaction of the Court that Q'iincv, months after date, 1 shall pre.-er.t my final act -
: I letter to Mr. ( lay declaring that in cate Mr. IT Prusia Willuraa, the Defendant in the abort stated April I 15, 1 I"lS.Spring 3-j HARDY BRYAN SIX and vouchers to the Hi n. Judge ol Pro and Tomato Ketchups, Capers Olive Oil,.Mus-

: Clay was nominated h. (Gen. Tailor) would caedoes not reside in the State of Florida, and and Summer Goods. Ajjsnt for Thomas county, Georgia. bate in and for Leon County and apply for letterofdismission Gooseberries tard, Pepper and and Pepper Currants Sauce in bottles,Cider,Vinegar fresh Salmon, fresh

V V not run for the I that t the said; defendant resides in I the Stale ol Georgia May 2'. ISI7. 41 at aduiini>trator of the estate of Joseph
Presidency. Shad and Hjlibut in canisters Curry Powder and
*>o that the ordinary process of law cannot be Allen, deceased.
An article was prepared under the dictation served upon; her: upon motion of M. I.). L. Ileeth. BETTON & HIGCS[ New Goods--Spring Trade. COUNCIL B. ALLEN, Ga\enre, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger. Cur

V V (,f Cols. Winthrop and Sic wart for [publication Solicitor for Complainant. it ordered by the Court, now receiving a large and general assort Administrator with the will annexed. rant Jelly, Macarrorii. Vermicilli,Russia and Amer-
in the Delta That service be perfected said defendant ARE S. V. BURNEY7"OULD 2e3 IS-IS. 32 jean Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes
V ; sotting forth the aboro facts upon by I of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS February 6m and Citrons.

,V '" which was not published: a C.I.'inlhrp publication according to law in that case made and 'to which they invite the attention of the public. \\ return thanks to (the public and country Doctor John P. Duval Nutmegs, Mice Ginger, Allspice. Cinnamon
provided : Jln4 it i* hereby ordered by the Court, March 2;,'IS It. 30 ,
from had his planters generally, (or Ihe liberal Cloves Vamilla i?.- and
somi Cu.e changed mind a! 1 rnd l the said Defendant' before .the first past patronage ans Sage, Summer Savory
V on or his services
appear --- ---- --- professional to citizens
V the of the he has received from them, and respectfully requests OFFERS sweet Marjoram. Orange Flower, Rave & Pech wa-
propriety publication and requested day of the next term of said Court to be held on Just Received .and surrounding Office
a continuance of the same. I have just received country teis.extrart of Hose, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla.
V i n'it In be published. /ind Wednesday the after the first Monday of the in .October next, AT LEWIS i. AMES' Drug Store, a fresh supply .pr Warcallar, from New York,a GENERAL in Wm. Wilson's Building over Harvard's Book For ile by LEWIS &. AMES.
answer complaint in hill
Should! the above hp denied, I am ready to Complainant New and Valuable Medicines-among which ASSORTMENT OF GOODS which call and exam Store Tallahassee. December .1, 1517. 20
Ijttll 'hn ed. will be taken confessed
or jhey and
as February 2'5, 1543. 32
produce the in : thereof are the foll'wing : ins for yourselves.March .
proof .the
Impr Court will grant such decree as slush! seem pro.
I 'V DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS RESTORATIVE 25. ISIS.Martin 3g Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale.
W. II. WILDER. l>f i in that case made and provided.A AND --- --- --- John P. Duval, ,

true copy from the minute of the Count : BITTERS, Smith & Thorn 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches
w. '. The non of the ust.-The JOHN S PURVIANCE, Clerk. Designed for. and 'viII cure. Dyspepsia Liver Com- Commission and LAW 1 handsome Mahogany Book Ca..e, with draweis
I ,'. English June.**, l l IQ. 46 4m plaint, Piles, Scrofula Jaundice-and all kindred Forwarding Merchants, W ILL practice in .the Courts of Middle Florida, and desk, 2 handsome Carpet, 1 Double Wheel Patent
'term 44hubanl": i i. derived from the An lo diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or iinuie No. 62. Povdra Street.NKWORLEANS the Court of Appeal and the United States Corn-Sbeller, the must approved article in DM.

V r. baton won hut and bJd and which hi ,tiify; Hamilton Tax Sale. > state of blood. LA. District Court at Tallahassee. Apply fo J R. FORTUNE,

.. V V the the hou.'," anil .it was anci 'nl- \irtue of the power vested i i-j me by law, I DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, N. M. MARTIN-G. W. SMITH-THOS. L. THORN. Oilice in Wm. Wilson's Buildingsover Hayward'sBook Feb. 5. IsIS 23 AI the Tin Manufactory.

.' J) spelt," and continued to >Iw, BY shall expose for sale, before the Cotut House The safest. most t effectual, and pleasant preparation Refers to Store, Tallahassee.

V .. spel) thus in some editions, of the English! Bi J.wr. in the town of Jujx-r. Hamilton County, FIojida before the public for the eradication of WORMS, in J. W. Argyle, A. llestwick, S. S. Sibley, Tallahassee.J. February 20, 32 Tax Collector's Sale.

after the introduction of the art of print. on ll.e that Monday November, ISIS, Ihe Children or Adults. L. Sntallwood R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. Dr. C. C. Van Wyck B virtue of the authority vested in ire by law.I
.. 'following do"focrill'J |imprrly, or so much, thereof as'till 1IULUS COUGH LOZENGES, February 12. Is-lS. 3U shall expose for sate, before the Court Hou.
ing. A. husband, then, is a house.lond-tbe nay I he":ale and County Taxes due thereon for Will PREVENT Consumption and CUIlE.111 cases of IKrr. II. HUNTING, LATE "Professor of' Surgcrj" in te Franklin door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first J'on&y

;. bond a house-that which engirdles the the tear Is47, to wit : Colds, Asthma Spitting of lImed, Pains in the Side, Col1l' e"af Philadelphia, I as taken up in Augutt next, the following described property,*'

a'. .: family into. the union of oneness of love.Wife .- The S.uh: Wt-stfj'jailer of Section 31, Township Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com1 SURGEON DENTIST, his residence in Tallahassee, and is prepared to engage so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the Stats

.. i and children, and stranger within the I. 13. Smith and East: purporting to belong to >1 lints HAVING permanently located in Quincy,Florida a' in all the duties of his" profession. Office,Southof and County taxes duo thereof for the year 1SI7:

.*"* William J. Mills. -AI>0- ( tenders his services 'to the public liartlett's Building. Section Township 1, Range 1SacdEI1r
: gttes"-all their interests and their happin. J'JSIAH BAISDEX, ShcriiT, DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS. in the various tranches of his profession. From his June 10, IS 19. -17 porting to belong to W. C. Guiild.

:V ess are encircled in the house.bondV embrace and er officio Tax Cu!. Hamilton Co. for '47. Veil known as a Sale Jettain, and Effectual Cure experience and success in practice, he feels assured A. A. FISHER Sheriff

V. S. the objects of his protection, and hi< April S, 'ISIS 3-s I Is fur Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent of being able to please those who may patronise' him. M. D. PAPY, and rr officio Tax Hector Leon Co.

.", especial care. What a finn picture is this of and all other Fevers. Puce reduced tu Screnty-Jiee Dr. B. refers the public to January 23, IMS. 23
Leather Top Buggy for Sale. Cents per Box. Co! W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAviDsoN, @rn lliLW9
.. a husband duty, and a family's! privilege.Time. .- Gen. C. II. ) Practice in all the G. HUTCHINS
: one second band large t-vo Horse Raroueh. The above Medicines fresh and genuine are fur DUI-ONT. Dr. K. f: LITTLE. WILL Courts in the Middle ,
,: : ALSO Apply lo J. R FORTUNE, ale by LEWIS: ft AMES.Tallahassee Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited;' Oilice on the first floor of the Cap.

; ------ June 3, ISIS. 44 At the Tin Manufactory. Fa. on at I their residence a.. usual. itol, South wing, room formerly occupied by the AUCTIONEER ,

1 -.: Kxclutioe Assemblies.'! -Major M. M. Noah, For certificate of recommendation, and other information Sepfembei I It.:_1R7.| _S __ _ Secretary of the Territory. T.1LL.1H.1SSEE. FL3.

i ,. in his Times an-1) Messenger, says that; ihn on. DR. J. S. BOND concerning the above Medicinessee future Notice. -November 15, 1S45. 17 SALES in any part of the county attended to, aid
drertisimfnt, and which
pamphlets, be ob- solicited.II.
i' : .., Jy real eiclusivc as*<*rnbies!;! in New York, OFFERS. professional t-ervice* 'to the citizens tamed of the Agents. may SIX nyntria after date the undersigned will pre- JOHN iilSUIiE.ATTORNEY .

: : aro our aristocratic churches. when} WI't "s,'e and t the surrounding country March IS, ISIS. 35 hi. aecouatani, vouchers to the Honorable AT LAW BOND, ES
: j :. pass by them on Sunday and seed 1.11" liveried Office! at Col. Fisher HoUl. Jjdje of Probate of Leon County, and apply for let- (tulucy, Florida. W ARCTLC. E-q., | D. C. W10.El

t' -S'; .., servant waiting outside, while I their ma!. .taytP.tSt7._ 4c! !, Cabinet Making, &.G., furs of dismission as administrator of the estate of WILL attend Ihe Justices' Courts of Gadsdon January 22, 1S4S. 27
Henry J. GaJfkinllale of said County, deceased. the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,
t. i.- ten and mistresses are within, we liiink thIi :" : Notice.SIX CO-PARTNERSHIP -The nnderoaintf"tI have u. WESLEY MANNING. AdmV. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.

i1 :. possibly the thing may be reversed in the month after date the itndersignetl.! admini .the shop will be united togetherand and Ihe from business this dale i By S. S. SlliLEV Agent November :2 2, 1813. 19 tf Thomas Jeff. Heir,

j it .., next world, when the masters may have to of .thcetateof B. F. Lipseomhdecea! two by LYNCH & VINOKRHOETS. conducted February 19. ISIS. 31 6ra (ji Sentinel: copy. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
I 1. *ill present her account and vouchers to the Hon.Tillie I They are ---- - -- ----- -- V practice in the Circuit Court in rae *
5 stand outside.
V S all descriptions of
prepared lo do work in their line, WILL
i ,.T of Probate' of Wakulla County and! a&k to be with fidelity and despatch and on as reasonable terms Newport Mineral Spring. LEWIS & AMES, of the Middle Circuit, and in the 9-
li.chugl."du administratrix, <>f said; <.I(ll te.E. DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. preire Court and United States District Court $
J' Ge Cats. Gen. Cass fdr ca>h or approved acceptances III any workmen in DBALKRdINDRUGS. :
". wr.i timei
sei'en E. LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. being Tallahassee.M .
continued undersigned f.lIy empowered I
V z : t nominated to the office of (;ov rnor of MichIgan rebrwary20, IMS. 32 Cm the country- The solicited.patronage o( the pub. m.TIIE make warrantee titles, has had Ihe ) MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS. ,niicello.Januarv29.1S4S. e*
lie is most respectfully i ?
V' territory by four succesirs president E.: J. LYNCH. : around the above Spring 1 Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Glass

'r ti/' and each timo unanimously confirmed by tbe Patent Shower Baths. GERARD VINGERHOETS.Tafianauee laid. off in good size dwelling lot. of upwards of an I PAINTERS' BRUSHFI AND COLORS Coffee. .

Senate. the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat and Nivemher fi, IS 17, 1 1C' 1/\ acre each which be now offers for sale Jow.] Plans Apothecaries' Glass ttnre. dec. BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE,

.J r" '. AT convenient SHOWER BATH, intended (or a V of the same, with terms, &c., cart be seen at Dr. E.Barurd'i. FIR above constantly on band,and for tale at the 50 do. Rio do25 -

''. donOr kmw whether Gen. Tailor wool veto :lamber. It occupies but little room, aad is enrlo- ULKY FOR SALE. Apply to ,Tal1ab lise First come his first choice. T lowest market prices. do. Laguira do.

;1$ 1 S the \Vi1m t Proviso or not."-Cot. Haiktll. ""it r ed 10 us not to drip water on the tHtt lT 5 J. R. FORTUNE.June DANIEL LADD.wrcrf LEWIS Jk AMES. Just received and for sale! by

V C.dxreuuaefonuV Tennwr, t June 3, 154S 4, 10, lUg. 47 At ths Tin Minafcctorj N' : Fekrua'y 19,131?. 3* T.llabisse: : orer *t>. I3i7. 13 S6Ft. 13, IMf. 9 LLOYD & FLA"



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