The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 5, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Amongst the earlier' mt*>ionaric> who viited i,

ud ItlUD&Ued it,the Pint Sewn New Zealand, one gentleman a Mr. 4

if U Thirtieth Ctsgrtu. I -, was distinguished alike for bU ztl in
I I FLORIDIAN the good cau-e, and the success with hi.

,JrO.M. AN ACT rnpectiDI< &*t. ot Florida I r I i eorts
; one of the native chiefs this
pro.ltea ;
I jl it,.&detlly tht Senate and Haute ofRepren -
'" *fftite United Slateuf America. in On- man was constant in bis attendance wheneverMr.

\IFIbE.d..Th&t the Commiuioner of the Gen- ____ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ ____ ___ __ ___u ___ -_ ____ __ _____ __ __ __,__ ________ -_ I performed diinf service, led"
*.ist fl/ Office is hereby authorized sod directed to to: his sermons with'the deepest interest aod

...H.ft**surveyed. and other ss soon lands as in practicable South Florida the,islxys. in-- BY SIBLEY &DYKE, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, 5, 1848. VOL 1X-M 3, I I ".altogether considered a very satisfactoryconvert. I'
Ail at once', his behaviour underwent .
cannot conveiu.otIybO.sectld
iiped water _. _._ _h __
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with the regular public ; ande1II1M --- --- - a complete change be absented himself
private cUiBU o* grant which have been I justly sad legally, and that the person who received I Prom the Alhen* B _er. ; .Jr., David From the Iowa Gatrele. (from the meetings, appeared

confirmed. situate in said State; and that sacklarvevi said warraat was legally entitled to the same. THE VOTES OF MILLARD FILLMORE ON Russell, William Slade.Tbe : QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. and prayer and sullen mr .
d'J dejected a answer .
gave to
< of said inland keys and lands interspersed Approved July : 1&8. SLAVERY TAKEN FROM THE JOURNAlOF question then put, that the Housedo any 1
; -3 be elected the his altered
Why should Gen. Taylor to question as to conduct. At length
be made loch
with water u aforesaid may by per. REPRESENTATIVES IN to the said second resolution whichis
such terms, and in such mode and manner NO. 5S.-AN ACT giving the consent of the government age ; presidency of the United State ? Mr. -sent for him and after some trouble I.
oM ofthe United States to the State of Ten CONGRESS. sortIe following, viz :
said Commissioner! may deem most expedient and t cause be never filled even the smallest elicited that he was .very unhappy.
to extend her eastern boundary, so as to include R That for the abolition of
proper, without connexion tbereo with the other within her limits Sabine Sabine Some of our opponents having complained Svt petitions civii office under tbe government, and ac. .Unhappy !I" exclaimed tbe good mision- 11ary l
T.a'jlic! surveys, by township lines but the expense; on-ha1 pass of a of a part of the slavery District of Columbia and theTerritores .h. .
lake, and Sabine river, north the thirty- suppression proteding knowledges himself be i ignorant in relation .and here/ore/ !
maximum a a a
exceed price
shall not per of the United States and
heretofore allowed for surveys by the United second degree of north latitude.Be on the Atherton Resolutions, a originaly against to al the measures of policy which divide the .Me come to heir you preach you male 1J'me {.
nil it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre.aenlatives lished in the Richmond Enquirer, republished the remival of slaves from one State to ano. J
in other States or Territories; and the surveys great of ihe country. Christian tell me -all
Sutes parties you
of{-d private claims or grants; may be m3de by such of the United Stales of4merica.in Con. by us in our last paper, it i is cue to a ther, an a part of a |plan of operations set on Why should the whigs support him good." say prayers t'i"
and on such terms as said Commiwionei gre. a"etI That this Congress consents th.tthe thorough of (the subject, that foot to tffect the institution of slavery in the very.
persons and but the legislature of the State of Texas may extend her understanding I Because, although .a whig, but not an Wel. why should this make you unhap:1
most expedient rxnetttt and thus
deem proper Slates to
be indirectly
should destroy
the resolutions
maY to include within her I question upon st'rl ultra he will the ;
thereof shall not in any case exceed twenty. eastern bundar so as lmit. : one, he declares not run as p' 1" [1t:
said heretofore one-half Sabine pass,one-half Sabine ,ahl distinctly stated and the votes of Mr. Fimfre I that intitution within their limit*,- of and because .Wait bit
AYe per centum on the price allowed exponent whig principles ; ,-you Chi isl Ian man only i
of from its mouth far northas Yes
one-half as
i ia addition to such price : Provided, however That Shine river of north latitude. upon it. And here wo remark, a And pacd in tea Irmatl"l \ 'JJl further, he has avowed an entire willingness have one wife. NOW me two You say ,
t' \ shall be the duty of the President, at come convenient the thirtyecood degree Whigs complain of the suppression of. the vote Nv'. a go ,
t l! Approved July 5, 1S43. to accept a nomination at the ham: ofthe democracy. that very wicked ; what me to do with 'cm, I
time,and befote offering any of said island! for upon the first of the Alherton Resolutions fo Uponlhe above question, Mr. FILLMOREvoted ?"
ftle\ ,to) have an examination made by, and a report --- -- will derive NAY.'Fhe el
THE PARISIAN which Mr. Fillmore voted and they Why the democrats him ? TLiiu bat is termed j
fron. a board of engineers, to ascertain whether any D.\NIIE. recurred that tIle du shol support n commonly a po.
of said islands or parts of them, and if so, which ol amusing correspondent of the Courier no benefit from that vote, inasmuch a he question icause is the nominee of the unconi- sec ; and the worthy mission-try: was at fiat .I

I them. should be reserved from sale for the use of the des Cuts Unis, gives the following anecdote, destroyed its efficacy by afterwards voting agree to he third of the said resolutions. I prosing enemies of their priucipR.Whlahould "somewhat a loss what advice hefitow. -
United States; and that all islands or part of islands against this plain proposition, to wit : That The quistion on the said third resolution
which of loses of its citizens foreign birth Afec few : consideration he .
course something piquant support a moments, re
jecomraendd such board to be reserved for public .
by has no right to do that indirectly was,on moion of Mr. Bond, divided ; .
C character in the of translation.We Congress him ? d.
ue shall be reserved from sale. process pie "
RORT. C. 1VINTHROP, hare also many gentlemen, double distilled which it cannot do directly" and thereby asserted And oa the question that the House ro! a.. Because in addition to being the nominee appears to me, that in the situation in '" :

Speaker of tbe House of Representatives. plebeians by birth, who had ennobledthemsdvel the power Congress indirectly to in. gree to the first member of thp said third resolution of their ancient enemies, the whis. he is nl.no .I: are unf the only
DALLAS I much thereof is containedin you runat.l11)lact :
G. M. with in the STATES being to
terefere by I
and slan.r the regularly nominated candidate of the be is for
their determine
Vice President of the United States, and by own authority, slipped District Columbia the words following: thing to dOle you to to
President oC the Senate. into high society by all sorts of intrigues.- abolishing slavery of That has f.nanticl and church-burning party: the na. which of your wires you are most deeply at. d
Congress no right to
and the
Approved June :?S, 1S49. They were in the habit of repudiating their in Terioie or by prohibitingthe leovJ ti'-EI. tacbed, and then put the other m. :1
do which it cannot do direct. away.
JAMES K. POLK.O. removal of slaveafrom Stale lo State !- '
should tariff T ,%
own families with an ostentation of impiety.But Why high protective men support .Put her awalt -

the aristocracy being brokenup This objectionable vote was not stated plainly IJ"- him 1Because .* Yes, put r of course taking care tillhat ,
now-a-das, away ;
M.-AN ACT bribe relief of the bona fide 170
settlers under the cts for the armed occupation these prodigal sons are coming back to by the Enquirer, and a it stands upon the' It passed in tc affirmativeea\ Nave' :30! under the doctrines of his Allison she shall not want for anything : it is I

and settlement of. part of the Territory of Florida proper feelings, their souls are openingto Journal, convincls Mr. :Fillmore of asserting I the abe Mr.I FILLMORE, o letter, he would, a Piesident, interpose no four duty provide for properly. Do you j

Be it enacted bv the Senate and H ute of Repreitnt filial piety. They even boast now of relations the power of Congress indirectly to strike at Upon question, objection to the adoption of free trade and direct i understand me I" t .

ativet ofthe,Unitfd Sfe *f. America.. Con at whom they were wont to blush. One the institution slavery in the States throughthe voted NAY. t taxation ; for he declares that on such I The chief signified thr.t be did so, and took ; ,t .
assembled That in ail caws in which proof! The then that the House
freti federal district and the and by questionwas put I
how fathers Territories, the t tariff&c., the will Congress his leave with nsslons of 1:
snail be made to the satisfaction cf (he Commissioner can scarcely imagine many hate will do to th second member of the said I subject a many expf t
the slave the soil. The reader agree
of the General Land Office that any person been recognized by their children since the fling to ought to be carried out. A short time elapsed, when be again sought *' *
third resolution much thereof -
entitled .' that the vote the first resolution being so as itl .
who obtained a permit under the act, An revolution. on i Why should the anti-protcctionuU support .VIr. -, and greeting him with a counteu. r
I act to provide for the armed occupation and leU le- annihilates the assertion, very common contained in th words folowin" : him ? :
But the truest and the most interesting victims nice beaming with contentment and intense

cent of the Bettled part of the peninsula of FloridA the Whigs that jurisdiction! of Congress :I "And that be agitation 5u1jec on I Because he is the nominee ofthe <:,lt .
the among high ;
elfapproval, began-
," approved Acgast fourth, eighteen hundred and republican levelling are young I slavery in the Estrict of Columbia or the Ter. proective ; -
forty-two, and who was an occupant under that act, who had gaily run to ruin on the over slavery in the States is not main party. .Me happy now." ;
ritories and with the view of disturbing
and the act amendatory thereof approved Jane fif. strength of their parchments, making sure of tained by any even the Abolitionists, and tho as a mans Why should! those who have been enemies *' 1 am glad to hear it ;" was the reply! h .
teenth eighteen hundred and torty-fonr, aud who inference arising from it, that the Democratic I or oveihrowing that institution in the 7 4i
jf Ihe him 4
themselves rich war have acted advice then ?
settled under said acts, and did patching up by a marriage, to several States: the and support you upon ray ,
actually occupied or true
cot voluntarily relinquish and abandon the same, but which they wouU be helped by their titles of I resolution at Baltimore against such interference I of th. against spirit Because he recommended the forward movement .Yrs, I only g' t one wife now I tt 'If :

continued to reside on said frontier south of said line Count or Marquis-titles they legitimately I by Congress, was unnecessary.. I must meaning constitution, an infringementof ofthe army, which they assert was the .Quite right ; and the other, how have I.

ipecified in said act of eighteen hundred and forty- possessed and of which they could not see the be borne in mind that the SIX votes againstthe the rights )f the States affected, and abreach immediate cause ofthe war ; and because all I rOIl provided lor her ?" I"r
I thereby aiding t. effect the object of tmd acts, I that of the uhlic faith on which they en. I
two, first resolution are all WHIGS, and
lop. One of these victims, the ci-de\ant his claims to the presidency are found r in I There was a pause ere the chief "iih t the I
received the Unds
and who has not provided by said tered into thisionfederary J
Kit, such settlers shall be entitled to a grant and Marquis of \\as at the races of Versales !!. they represented each a constituency of seventv his successful achievements in this (a they I sir of a man who had done tomelhirg ilocid. h ,

patent for the land so occupied l or jet i led by him. and modestly proposed a bet of filteen thou-and people, or an ajrjrrpjjate of And passed iothe I afflrmativcUpon ', j .Yea. ]jjjj call it) infamous war. ...IIjr .I..rr. and fcl PUIC of" .|"."< '., ''11 lUJ, '"

tbe same .. if all the conditions and etipc'ation:* ot francs on his only horse the last relic of an FOUR HUNDRED ANoTWENTY THOUSAND %J! Why should the no-more-territory men support with a chuckle self-approbation! @: i
said acts and requirements of the General Land Office melted Some PERSONS The intelligent reader tbp zsove question, Mr. FILLMOREvoted him 1neCatlle 'Me Jica! her /*' J
rapidly days
in relation thereto had been (.sl1y and strictly opulence the away. had will also discover that by the \erbage of the SA Y lie proposed and advocated a line --- -
Before the .
fulfilled and complied with. re\uJutiol young Marquis first part of the fifth/ resolution, Ir. Fillmore The questin recurred, that the house do I which would have given us twice Fmm the U'.ahIgtOI C'Ii" i ,
Sec. 2.And beitfurthrr rnartrJ.Th3t in all cases arranged a capital matrimonial speculation. i I : a many -
to thitiurth resolution.Mr. LFriTEi: AGAIN. .
where the lands settled or occupied by such settler In the month of March he was to hate married i I was not called upon to tote that Congress had agree I Mexicans States a we acquire under the late I TiE
or any part thereof, were or are not legally liubJeclto.cIoalion rich heiress the of I no po" er over the subject of slavery in the I Lincui called for a ilmsioii i c the I Ileal In our article of jesterrlay we attempted e
a only daughter a
: under tbe said act on any ac ount vti.nt- question on aid resolution : the in time letter to the Picaune
i District) of Columbia or the Territories, or the Whj tlwic who b lieie with :\r. : :to correct error a.'

part ever,13 then interfered such settler with on may any locate vacant his public right lands or the in Broker ten he times been a a millionaire.Had little quicker the affair 1 removal of slaves from State to State, but that And on tie question that the House do agree I II Clay, that lloul better to hate. war, pestilence i t by showing that dead litters must be ; 1

the same or any adjacent township. would have taken place and the dowry would i he was required simply to vote that Congress I to the fist member tlwreof being so much and famine than the reign of a military chieftain idcerlited by late three weeks, and iben remain

SEC 3..fd ile itfurtltcr enacted That this act hare been but the could not exercise this power with the I as is ronlaiad in the : support him T : in the office for three month after, before their v"
shill extend to, and be construed and executed for. i figured ; dissipated rogue ; That the constitution rests on dead letter There however,
refer. and
I few thousand franc "VIEWS AFORESAID I which by "Resoed. Because he i i. known to be a soldier, return as is -
had still notes ,
tae benefit of the widow and heirs of any eUlt'r.I a remaining pmciple equality the members I dead letters nhicb do not .1-.1IJuire
coca to the third and fourth resolutions lie thE among "nothing cl e. another class oi' re. i
according to the principles of the filth .section 011 and he wished to wind up as gaily and] as lateas "> '.'
will find be for the of .disturbing I of tbi! onfcderacI \ an advertisement, and arc returned at ,
sud first above recited act. possible his pleasant bachelor's life. Whenat I to purpose c I [ ..
Sec. And be it further enacted That immediately last he presented himself to conclude the I I o oivrth'airing that institution (slavery) in t passedn tea f. Yt'a. 182 :' Cmimion--a .1lurdertr.-We I.ar be close of ibe quarter-sucb asarr refused -el
after the of this the of ) Nay.. oj( addressed. To '
act the p
passage Secretary the decree tides had : the SEVERAL STATES-or of discriminating I : (Jamaica) Journal, of the to be taken o by person '"
the Treasury\ shall appoint an agent to proceed forthwith marriage, abolishing i thcabove FILLMORE II'
; Upon -
that ,
question l learn
of of I we on yesterday "
between the institutions portion I our uprise
one 25th ult. that named Bernard great
to the different county scats of the counties of been promulgated ; and the broker coolly addressed YEA a man Meiers 't.
tnt State of Florida,where said. lands lie, who shall) him-" Hold, there, friend you the States and another, WITH A VIEW of ht.d a native of' London cook of Blue Bell, hin l I on opening the quarterly: returns from Baton U

attend at least ten successive days at each county more son-in-law.! my He was to have abolishing the one and prcmoting the other !" I The quelion ,-a then put that the House in harbor at Kingston, has been placed in thecustody Rot e,forty-eight letters addressed to Gener,1 .

seat,if fco long time be necessary to take and receive are no married my He admits that Congress has no power do agree tc the second member of the said ofthe tbe of the Taylor were found in a bundle marked i.: .
: been for his the Mar. frt police, by Captain
proof by depositions before him, or in such manner 1arquilate fourth resoution much thereof as is .
being letters
I the
the States-then asserts s refused ; pos-
on thil subject his confession with having Iy postmaster a
as be may prescribe in relation to such settlement or'. quisate disappearing, they no more O'er brig, charged on own
contained h the 1 i'
following : These letters
97 30. we
occupation, and of settlers being entitled under this to do with him. was a simple matter, that it can reach the subject INDIRECTLYand wor. committed several murders and robberies. age amounting to
I IS "
exercise of i its
I And that the
donation; of land aforesaid and maintains the monstrous Congress in are postmarked at different offices in t
act to a grant or as ; the lastly, propo. The Journal : lear
,; said agent shall also attend at such other places in I Fifteen francs.replied dandy sition that Congress can abolish slavery in the acknowledged has no right to discriminate says he United State during the months of April.
for he Why who laUghing'l p\erS The prisoner kept a regular account in a f'11av I
Aid settlements as the convenience of such settler sti district and in the Territories-and between of one portion and June directed to Ihton Rougeandrefused
: their proofs demand under the francs? You are then absolutely federal book in which he confesses himself the :
IB furnishing may instructions the removal of from State to of tbe Stats and another with a view of a. log to be taken from the office by him. Among .. I
oC the General Land Office;and said agent Revolution prevent sates of no tban thirteen murders, 2
I and the other, perpetrator 1(5 found letters addressed to Lim
bolibhing |e one promoting them are i'
shall,within five months after he shall commence State, unth a new of OVERTHROWING .
4 and this horse that 1 of robberies Xew.Orleans
Oh number in
his duties in said State, transmit all the proofs be leaTens.yes ; the We 6 Yeas, 17- and a large front post-marked the 7lh 8lh, f
: that institution in Phil.ddJhia
may take, and make report of his opinion as to each : have left i my lat resource. have the Journal before and I And paled in the t I affirmative, < ..ay., _>g Houston, (Texas.) anJ other places.He .- 9th. and 10th of June. The address on those
us, are reeponsi.
case to said Commissioner of the General Land Office f. : Do you want to sell him ? I We Upon tb above question Mr. FILLMOREvoted details each of them with a degree of unconcern ] marked the 7th&;9:hisbelievcdtobe in the j
ble for the truth of this post
,who shall forthwith to examine and of fortune. time
proceed That is
my plan, my only hope I XA* that is truly surprising ; at one The band-
: decide said caest Prtvided, That if any settler does : challenge the Whigs to deny it. ? I handwriting of Goi. Morthead. (
In that case I pity you ; who buys race. he is engaged in a regular of purchasing
not submit his proof such agent within four months The qutlion recurred that the House do system writing has betn to some of the mem- i" '

after reasonable notice by advertisement of t he times horses now-a-days l'I I I agree to lejifth resolution. and panning spurious bank notes ; at another ben of North Carolina, who unhesitatingly '.
and places of his attendance to receive such proof, In Paris no one : but in England there I. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.. Mr. called fur a division of this period he is at the gambling table win. it hi*. .

such settler shall not have the benefit of Ibis act; arc still buyers, a there still are found in that TCESDAT, December 11, 1839. question Rudolph:1. ning large sums of money and afterwards pronounce The letter of tbe 9h or lOih probably an- \t
and all the cases reported as aforesaid shall be definitely .
e decided by the Commissioner of the General happy country heiresses who willingly exchange A motion was made by Mr. Atherton that And otthe question, that the House do a. waylaying those whom he happens to knoware ounces( his nomination, and is the missing'V

Land Ofiice within two months after the report a goo dowry for the title of Mar the rules in relation to the order of business gree to tr. first member of said resolution possessed of money, murdering them letter of which we have hear*o much. for -

thereof received at his office; and said agent shallbe chioness. S plan is settled. To.morrowI be suspended to enable him to move the following being nuch thereof as is contained in the and rifling their pockets of whatever is contain. the loss of which the of Phil- &?*\

I allowed the same condensation: as u allowed by start with my horse. I make ray appearanceat resolutions, viz : words 1 folbwing : sd in them ; he tells of a bridegroom whom he adephia! denounces the Po t Office Depart- : .

law Approved to examining July agents 1, 1643..NO. ofthe. Treasury Department. the Epsom Races, the rendezvous' of 1. Resolved, That this Government is aGovernment therefore That all attempts on the murdered for going to marry a girl he (the nent for h inanajement"and< more a "

.4, Brilish Aristocracy and finance. There I of limited powers; and that, by part Ruot to abolish slavery in the District prisoner) had loved. If he is in his proper ban intimates gross that "depredations" have been -

l .56.' -AN ACT supplemental to tne act passed I engage in the struggle and I mount my own I the Constitution of the United States, Con. ef ftlunbia or the Territories, or to pro. senses, and all he has written be true, he is committed on the correspondence of Gen. '

""j J on the ninth day of July in the year eighteen hundred horse in the race for gentlemen-riders. You gress has jurisdiction whatever over the bibit theremoval of slaves from State to State, one ofthe luckiest fellows we have ever heard '['ajlor-hi* letters: abstracted." &c. Such .:

aod forty-six entitled An act to retrocede know how becoming the jockey's dress is to institution of slavery in the several Slates of I or to diariminate between the institutions of of, for evading the ends justice a he has all were tbe charges made violating tie cor. j
the erasrty: of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia
to the State of Virginia." me. The heiresses will look at me with their the confederacy. one portim of the confederacy and another along done. espondence of Judge White-and with not yy\\

Be it enacted by the Senate and ll"wef Rtpre- I Iases.I Who is that,' they will say, that 2. Resolved, That petitions for the abolition with the new aforesaid, are in violation of(hecotistiluton --- ------ Irutb. What will the North American -I

amt hflr' of the United State of Ameiica in I handsome rider with the orange jacket and slavery in the District) Columbia and the destructive of the fundamental Forche; and to the Point.-That sterling more 7 Is it answered f 1 1I

Congress astcmbled. That the Supreme Court of the I cherry colored cap ? They will look to their Territories of the United States, and against principb on which the Union of these S'ates journal the PennsIranian puts nosay seemed to the North American impoasie )

United hear States and determine shall have, fu'.l and! power shall and proceed jurisdictionto in due I lists and by the colours they will find out my the removal of slaves from one State to ano. rests, aid beyond the jurisdiction of Congress. the following cruel proposition to the \big supporters the letters could Lava been delivered -\

which had name with the title of Marquis-for there are of the of operations seton c Yeas 149 of Gtn. Ta)lor. office and
course to hear and determine, all causes ther, are a part plan in timo ansVat-the proper .
been removed into said court Irom tbe circuit court I Marquises yet in England. The magic of a foot to affect the institution of slavery in It paaed in the I affirmative, < Nays. O.I r 0. The nomination Taylor, must t therefore that pmper no reply should have been made I and !

lUbe District of Columbia, holden in and for the title will not fail to complete the conquest and thus des. one of two ihincs-either that the war
the several States, indirectly to Uponlhe aho"t question Mr. FILLMOREvoted : prove hence the postmasters or thc d must ;,
late at the county time Alexandria when the jurisdiction, by writ of and error laws or appeal lately commenced by a good figure. Then my fortune 1 troy that institution within their limits. I N\Y. was just and the Whigs wrong in opposing be censured-charged with abstracting department them -

.existing in aaid county had finally ceased and determined is made. If I do not win the race, I 3. Resolved, That Congress has no right to Tbe |lucation recurred that the House do it-or, that they have nominated for the -of practising an .espionage" on the letters J

in the manner provided fur in and by the third shall throw myself into the English drawing- do that indirectly which it cannot do directly; agree ti tbe second member of the said fifth first office in the world one who has fought to the General. abe North American 11\ .

section of the act to which this is supplemental and rooms, after having sold my horse to furnish and that the agitation ofthe subject of slavery resolutim, being so much thereof as is contained the battles of an unjust war, and whose only low do to \ri tVe shall |;
shall deal with and dispose of I Ihe same in the same is the justice department
me the frt expenses of my entrance into the in the District Columbia or the Territories, b ihe words following : qualification for the office, success
the laws rules and ee.
manner,and pursuant to same ,
regulations as would have applied to and governed world. it be necessary, I shall put myself I:1 a a means and with a view of disturbing or An that every petition, memorial, reso. which attended him a I commander. n"t understand that at the request of tho j t ,;

the said causes if Ihe same bad been duly heard and and my horse into an advertisement.Aacice overthrowing that institution in the several proposition, or paper, touching, or re. Which horn ofthe dilemma will the whig postmaster, at Baton Rouge, the letters have :

determined in the said Supreme Court before the to Amateurs of both Sexes.-" A I States, is against the true spirit and meaningof hating any way, or to any extent whatever, I elect to take ? That the war was jest been returned unopened, for delivery to Gen. 5"
slid jurisdiction and laws had ceased and determinedas horse be sold and to be i aiders and abetters of the in :
race to a marquis the constitution, an infringement of the to slaviry, aforesaid, or the abolition thereof they enemy .
aforesaid; and all judgments, decrees and man- married the horse a mottled sorrel, and the States affected and breach of a it, or that the war was unjust but '
Ailtell, after that time, issuing from the said Supreme ; right of the a shal on the presentation thereof without opposing /f

Coort in any such cause or causes, shall be certified marquis a clear chesnut ; the horse four years the public faith on which they entered into any firther action thereon, upon the Gen. Taylor, a patriot for fighting it through, "In 11m Vzjon-Somne: have b.. 'r>

and transmitted by tbe clerk of Paid Surreme Courtto old,the marquis twenty.eight ; horse and marquis this confederacy. table, without being debated, printed, or referred and they, (the whigs) patriots also for oppo- tans to know bow Gen. Taylor can recoDc e -ft jf

such court,or to the judge or judges o(such court wtl bred, of pure blo with a well at. 4. Resolved, That the constitution rests on ;" whenA ing its progress Verily, it would appear that the declaration contained in his Ingersoll J. l

}jurisdiction"has been or vested authority, or shall to take or may cognizance be vested of with the generalogy; both conditionand the broad principles of equality among thememben notion &made by Mr. Potts, that the either position is anything but honorable yet letter, that be prefer to see Mr. Clay Pres- f *|

UK, or in any manner to carry the same into cifect. free from vice." of this confederacy ; and that Con. said sicond member of the fifth resolution dole one or the other of these must ultimately be ident to *. anybody living in time U.io"with vfjl

.or to act judicially touching the same, by any This will answer excellently in a country gress, in the exercise of its acknowledged on ,the table ; assumed by tbe hitherto great Whig party. tbe subsequent declaration contained in his n.

i Jol weafler the State Virginia in such case provided or where everything original is like,' continued powers, has no right to discriminate between And on the question, that the House[ do agree I Baldwin letter, that he would not withdraw ,li
i to be enacted and
piovided. the ci-devant nobleman. You, too, will of the Slates Mr. Fillmore an Ani.Jlton-The darks- of the t
tho institutions of one this motion his if Mr. the nominee
k Stc. 2. And be further enacted.That it shall be I portion t* name Clay was !"
the duty of tbe ciecuit: court of the District of Co- be obliged to seek your fortune abroad ; and and another, with a view abolishing the ( Yeas, 77 vie Jeffersonian, the paper national convention." Mr. Clarke of Ken. t'J
wiDbia for the and and join me in England, which o It passed in the I negative, j been personally acquainted with Mr. Fillmore f-,
P- county \Vabinjrfon, of the youi come one and promoting the other. Nays, 13': tucky, in late speech in the House of Rep-
lerk of said court and they and each of them are only where they can still esti. That all : FILLMORE for many years, gives the following 1 inconss- *
country solved
Wreby authorized and ilthf 5. l' therefore, attempts, on Ulan| (lie above question Mr. resentatives, reconciles: the apparent ljlency
of required all to certify and transAit I mate at their proper value a race.horae and a the part of Congress to abolish slavery in the I votedYE\ sketch of him: satinfactorify. When Gen. T. epieferred ),,1, .
I J exemplifications proceedings, and of all very
jtdfmeots. decrees, and orders rendered or pawed, :' marquis, and pay for them accordinglJ. District of Columbia or the Territories, or to i Tie question then again recurred on the se.i "Office is the God of his idolatry, and he to see Mr. Clay President to any -

.5 say action, suit, or pre ee tion originally commenced I The'ilmot proviso seeks to exclude between institutions all probability, have been acting & countrY however" in"ihe
tbe arrival
State, or to discriminate the question was put, that the Housedo out of tbe couDtr!. His ,
i in the said circuit court holden f.r the county" ot slavery from the newly acquired territory by I of New York at this time had it ..
Alexandria, and thence removed into the said cir.J i that of one portion of the country and ano. agree to the said second member of the country since, has mlle Mr. Clay hv. second '
< an act of Congress contending Congress with the view aforesaid in violationof not been for his treacherous conduct toward
count olden for the county of Wellington. ther, are fifth resolution ; choice.-L'nchburg
Btfber with all original document and other papers[ has the power under the constitution to pass i. the constitution, destructive of (the fundamental $ Yeas, 12S a political friend. Thi affair has not been disclosed Rrlica.An

*W in the same, lo men court ;judge, judges, or such an act. Gen Cats proposes to exclude on which the Union of these .And pasted in the I affirmative, < Nays, .8 to the puhlc. and perhaps will not be, Irish Invention.-An honest Hibernian 8' ji

clerk,be DOW required,authorized, or as shall or slavery from taid territory by referring the I principles be the weight of it on the invented with two
till be authorized such law ol States rests, beyond the jurisdiction of [hon the above question Mr. FILLMORE although wi recently a teapot spouts
\Ttioia J required as aforesaid or to receive by or any take cognizance vhde. matter to CONGRESS and the"Southerndemocracy Congress; and that every petition, memorial, vote* NAY. day of Suffice it to say, he o\er., Le one exactly opposite the other, for the convenience .

are supporting his tieics. __ ___ __ himself and the nomination .c"tbel&mr. or to carry the same into effect, (inMJ resolution, proposition or paper touching or I h reached JOt pouring cups same
taner to ae judicially or officially touching theAPproMJ We clip the above morceau from the edito. in any way or to any extent "whatever .1 Cass on 1bnprralcr.-One of the Convention which had upon the informal tal. ime I'

rial column of the Macon Republican, as a.. to relating slavery, aforesaid, or (he abolition there proudest acts of Mr. Cass's administration of lot given him eighty out of one hundred and The Courier des Etats Unit say Giri-

ly 5, IS 18. specimen of the respect for public intelligencewhich shall, on&the presentation thereof, without the War Department, was the abolishment of twenty votes." tot has not visited Louis l> tat theu

tO.A Ilrtbntend the time for 10 i is daily manifested by some of(be whig or further action thereon, be laid on the the spirit rations in the array. In doing this Them is one portion of his political creed i it residence i1 and hip: be denounceshim

BK military land "nrrnt., and re- papers of this State. To say nothing of the table any without being debated, printed,or refer. ho laid down n rule for others that he was will be hard for many ofthe whig brethren U the Engtan.his own anJthat

bnIDIAney.thereon to Lbs General Lnd Office. ridiculous mendacity of tbo charge containedin unwilling to follow himself. During a life of choke down. He is a political anti.Mason: 01 of a those connected ,with b'm.duwufil

enacted. by,the Snle mnd ef Repre.1tnSeflsc. the latter portion of the quoted paragraph, it red.The question was then put. That tbe House 65 years he has ne".used intoxicating drinks.In the most rabid and intolerant stamp. He tb |j ?|
s/rte SIssies of America in Con- such for the decencies of be dues the father of iniquities Test of Fra.ernify.Brother, said a j
few since
betrays a contempt speech a hnrs as
of the resolutions in a temperance years Masonry
"'tinWedThatthesct entitled, An act fur- do agree to thejfrrf Sid Parisian disciple of ibe fraternizing phi.
I"'tSfltend the time for Virginia political discussion, and such an injurious esti. the words following, viz : whether at Washington or in Michigan I am ; and to hear bin denunciations of lb ? order young "
his fellow.trareHer
*wirra s.and loatiG surveys miitar mate of the information of the masse, that it 1. Resolved, That this Government is a not sure, he stated that be knew not the taste which h. of course knows nothing about, I Iosnj Uy for to "young*' I the, pay

eight. **sxl Office." approved Augul nineteen, deserves to be held up lo the acorn of honest of limited and that alcoholic liquor, never hating drank a dropin person would be led to believe, that to his refined my fare me.. cannot was reply.
Government powers ; u .Ak
Mftdrtd snd How, citiren are we not b rotters I" ,
fortj-one, u all war- smells had. In
I i I
of all parties.Mobile Register.Gen. his What an it this for a Mason really
prior tbe tenth of the constitution ofthe United St"tel. Congresshas lfe. exataple nOltri. but sisters!"
t day August, eigh our are not
: wJl and Crt-Tt and ao others! ,.b and the* I Taylor spoke of Gen. Butler, while no jurisdiction whatever over the institution young men, and how proud do we feel in word, represent in his own person, th< yes .purses New

stdfT'reTTe<1, "d continued "re, nnSsc.TjiK at New Orleans, the other day, as "a frd, of in several States of the pointing to such a man as a candidate for anti.Masonic party of Western New York Wyi he Resign 7-Mr. GreleyofIbe

June, eighteen bundrr and ff brother and a re.i slavery th President 1-Eastern Times. This is a question, however, which the mem York Tribune, says that "Ge.eral Taylor

fight i fl & ThatheAm I loli. gct r/m conredercy- hers ofthe order be has pursued with the Spin t-arng: consented to rua for President ought
ifldJfljvjg i I country debt ( 199 Hurrah for Fillmore !F' exclaimed a whig
m.to i u ,al8utende the I an.t Il or And pasted in the affirmative, < NYe.S fl the Chicago Democrat.I of a bloo.bound, and Mr. Fillmore can settl ''o res.gn his commission at once and devote
i f"nDts subsequent on Frdaylaa says are perfectly con t is !lei a e, thus to the study MO
4.71rh4u: oAutA. eighteen hundred i o 1840)bey were tbe Upon tbe above question, Mr. FILLMOREvoted Why you put in Taylor T"said a friend. themlehe.Ve tender mcrcies.- of civil acquire with be oft n-
before the Questions
Tat lotion tbere- WI t than half the ticket at a lick tent to
(i-t '' satisfaction ctbe ( tbe cry ii little YEA. I ca't go more ; of bjcomirg "
Trrpq, .tat such w mnt was S.iued I more grape.te S.\YS-Meur. John Q. Adams, George I II'&D afraid 'twould choke me," was the answer., Flag 4Adrtrtiatr. danger to famiar.

c. I _- .- i :

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: It..1I". J___= ____ *_-_-___ Our neighbor Millard Fillmore'-What was said said -
) ; in the Senate on the VJMh June let. speaking of Ihe Wilmot Proviso .
: j\I ; ;'; J".m 1M .Veto Orttatu Puoyvnc, Xld int. \c annex a letter tiuui a correspondent kt THE FLOMDI-AN. will find be entire speech in I tb.*S
FROM MEXICO. Vera Cruz : Recorder i i. a Wtig .1 tAt ,Meet.i HB IS.4 tP5W.
; t }: : LATER of the ht instant. The paper JV'01l'lflEB.N"
J -- .Jt..ur- '
10. ---- THE brOHESI'
)1' i : Engagement l-deten the Troops of Bltsta. \11A CIVZ,July "LET us ALONZ. and the Sentinel will nol, for this reason, rue. The Whigs say lhal the charge against THE TERM .4J\7J BEn 8EN11 01

ti ,: and Paredcs. The nrili.h i courier arrived last night from = --- .: -. = -: -- = lion the accuracy of the extract. Millard Fillmore of being an Abolitionist is "

,1lt.... ., ... tnenie the city Mexico, but 1m brought no papers Saturday, August 5, 1848.DEMOCR.VFICNOttNATIS. I Extract from a Speech efVie Ho*. Jon McPHiRON now made fur the first time. This Is a mis. BewareofMrz /! .
1tI. Our packages by ihe Alabama) contain pa. tir at least I could hear of nOlf. I hare been BERitiE.t, delivered the Senate June S91&4S II'
'Tt''.:. = in take. From the time of his fits The Vagrant
Government Law
ettalli entering
the lilt to ApI.
receiv I /
.lt ; from the city of )Mexico the lllh lust. aisim'-l hffwotVr,by pertain who bate I fI. I
: pors
.t l\-, ; -three days later than uur former accounts. i eJ letter from respectable s'iUrCCstO the 14th I "Oregon.To hiendj-o those wilh whom I Congress up to the moment of his leaving il, The last Sentinel b'e&f
: my
,: bate of look bright FOR PRESirtEXT OF VITI STATES : politir ha uniformly acted with tie notorious Gid.I B/ way of .
11 la .. We at last accounts an engage i illil nsl.lh.tthe( prnsp'ctsofi'dreds TiE have voted resisting the acquisition of territoryI white under foi .

t.." ,J. f menl bet" cn the troops of I'ustarnente and i iI er, and hut little doubt is entertained by in. GEN. LEWIS CASS, say, adhere to the principle which o\'ernc)ou ding, Slack and Adam, in all their efforts din us's men,first, that certain it wa citcnmstssc copied ( ,., t" I1ait
: ; he xvilenlually *" I then. You tough to exclude this question our I tarn s Jaw.! 1'by
I'aredrs. The official report : I insult and the South. Jibe Senator
1 ( national by resistance to territorial acquisi- to villifjr was not Cptia'if :
Jficrr is l lcft.re dat Maifil, the 7th inst. in overthrowing the Govern e.unel "mistake not, denied the Irotb cf
.t "" fI u*, SUCCl.t lion. In have (ailed. What remains but Ibis 4
t too. VICE PRCSIDEXT : I you clamorous as the other abolitionists, it was short lime wnwi r
as .
; but \ letters bare also been receiveJ again the Senate.
) 1 "' ... It i is not worth trans'-nling! at length, we meiii. By lbse to refine all legislative interference with a question
;;"t : '. give: ihfKiib-Ntance! of it. He arrived Mar.filou authentic accounts ofthe battle betweenhim GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, i I wo pregnant with danger to the integrity of the not because Li sympathies were any the lets Senator Ur HAM'S assertion was thai 'Mheraww

', J '"l. "" the ol'u I iu-i. and established lher, his'll. and .btmpnh'. < and all agree that the or KENTUCKT.IOR j Union ?spirit I address to geutletneu myself also en the in other a perfectly ide of repectful the. strong, or his hatreJ any the less intense, than no such law in force in Vrimonl." Whether Sto*,

I )head Mrters. lie immniiiileljr ordered re- latter was soundly I wlippt'd. and they expoc t GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA : chamber. to my political opponent To them I theirs. They were made the organs, while tor UFHAM meant te say that there nner had bee

'., 1 ". cuunoi"ances to bo made of the heights on that under the excitement and advantage of GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. appeal adhere to those principles policy whic any such law in force there,or simply that there .
FiUmore and others backed them heir wi
; ;4 f f 'II'::: uhicli Parcdes had planted cannon and or- i victory he will soon find his way into the capi. they have recently and publicly proclaimed. In the by ( not then any such law in fotce, U immaterial. Th
;: : 'tal. is that revolutions in FOR CO GaEI'VIL.LIAI : rrsolutiontof the Democratic Conventional Baltimore voles, and encouraged diem by standing to law
: r, : dorrd line to be formed by which all the en. One thing certain up tea copied from a Vermont statute, 04
a u jfon
\ ff.: :" lranc lo the city: of Guanajuato should! be Mexico have even with less advantages over. \ P.-DUA. ciple,of I find Democratic it solemnly! 'Uuh resolved'That, a Congress a cardinal has prin.no (hem through thick and thin. More than the face of the law itself! The JawhwJ"4W;

: i :, ::: .", secured. Ti.is was dou amidNt a short disclrarge turned tile Government, and (or the last len FOB PRKSIDENTIAL F.LICTORS I power under the constitution to interfere wither con. I.,en years ago be was classed as an Abolitionist copied in the Sentinel and other Whfj paperr-j!

,4.. r.t ".,:.:, : "fmu.:. lry, which did no harm.: The I years none have hown in t their infancy bright GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of:. Johns. trot". I the domestic institution of the several States..' The Washington Globe of June, garbled, and even iu ibis small pat aloe btwia ih.
oflhe were found to I er prognostications of success than the present. And again : Whig press could nut do Mr. CAM
t-: principal positions enemy CHARLES H. DUPO T, Of Gad n. .. O efforts of the abolitionist or other 1841, in speaking of the organization of the justice! Tfcw
of the singular
aul the You form own opinion Thatal original law will be found
lh heigiits oKl can your the laws
fw gariia. llonnigucro ol g |th
: : -' JOHN MILTON, Of n Cuunlj. made irduce Cengreas, interfere with questions Tern.
': a-ul San Mingi"! On the 6th puMtion oflhe United Statesshoud: P i.redes Jccu in louse, and the number of prominent abolitionists tory of Michigan II published
1 : .t J : Tajad.t ----.-- ----- af slaceiy or to take incipient steps relation by authority a( rj,.
.3 h" dHcnuiacd to attack the Hormigucro and succeed, but it i is will known that hu Floridian for the Campaipi.We theirto, are calculated to lead lo the most alarming who bad been made chairmon of the troit in 1S5 After describing the class of

i'. ;.. .; 'r the Tajado. This was acc rdijgly; done, bu opposition to what he terms the disgraceful and dangerous conequencC; and that all such effort most important committees, said of him- coming under it* provisions, and Ihe punisLmrBt pcrwns
furnish the Floridian fir have inevitable to diminish the
will an happi
of the domain in the with any tendency
.' .. with no decisive result, aa fuu we can ju Jge, cession public treaty of the and endar, er Ihe of which may be meted out to them, il is added:
-: the United Slates is tke base of his revolution the Presidentkl elec. r.esl people permanency "MlLLAKD FILLMORE, AXOTHKIl ABOLITIONIST .
1 He claims that three months preceding "The
!localities. am*
,. : .. ';, hnot knowingtbe the Union, and ought not lo be countenanced: any being adopted from Ihe laws o f Oitr
4 :I drove ihoinsurgentsseveral times behind their ary mUVlItn8. If vie orious will ho not fee lion for 50 cents-for any bix weeki do. 25 friend of our political institutions.' bJ returned from one of the strongest I the original State., lo wit : the MATE or VaUIOllt irf
". ., sailed ont to attack bin himx-lf bound to carry out the avowed "I I aJJrc-s myself to gentlemen some of whom Abolition districts of Xew York, is put at (the a* far a- n necessary and suitable to the circunswa.
:" works they having purpose cents. To clubs of 5, 10, 15, and 21', the pa.1 of Ihe of "
; : be slight! while Parerfes of his rebellion I by refusing to acknowledgethe participated in the dehibersi ion of t that convention; bead oflhe principal committee of the House Territory Michigan.
lo is (lo
i"" :. His own \ said : Melico and per will bo furnished until Christmas, for and united in t the affirmance of thee resoluiions---alI at this juncture-the Committee on Ways and We take these facts from Tke Battery He
killed and about as binding prob. 13jlj
had; treaty upon of whom are 'friends to our political institutionsI ,
'j'i ; warfare alongthe 38, 39, and 812. Send on your orders, fel- Means." July.a TAYLOR paper published in Washing.. .. C:.ih,
:' "otnd The 'forces of Paredes received ably by carrying onta guerrilla -I I appeal lo them to say if this bill which inhibit -- -
considerable accession from the peope: of the line of our exposed frontier ? Should this II low- iti cnl. Circulate the dixutnents, and slavery) in one of the Territories of the Union is consistent Indeed, there can be no mistaking MilIaNFiHmore' The editor says lie obtains them from the 1..w of the
the with that resolution. 1 a them if it is not I Territory of Michigan to be found in the
them be so-and I think it not unlikely- only !: Conpw-
1 i : Mirrcmiding:country, he having: piomised: tho day is ours. an interference with t the question of luery'-if i iis it feelings towards the South. lie.neer sional Library. This settles the
of bo for the _____ I question. The l law
t '. the sacking of Guanajuato after his triumph hope a permanent l"aceyi rvjt at least an' incipient step in relation thereto;'
: The faxorof Jeficrson hat been re gave a vote while in Congress, on any was copied from a Vermont statute,and
United States our legislators
: '. nhuuM be secure. The of Bustameuter.ccompanied : again country C3- hi1L and then I inquire if, as frien"lo our political in.
:. by various f'por sub-reports of no inlerest conquer it and keep it. ccn'c. and shall be attended. to nextweck.C'oDipromlse I, slilii'icni: 'they will lend to a measure question in which slavery was concerned, so elected by the people" did enacl il, the assertion 0
.4 : : t. here, and an address IJustament to A runor was afloat this morning that Pare. IilH.!) I.i which t they themselves have recently and publiclydeclsred far as we have been able to discover from the Ihe Sentinel the contrary notwithstanding. Wt
I be
to to lead the alarm.
1 des and IJusiamente had had another fight, 'calculate to must now repeat our assertion of last week
: tbU
ot -
; bii; troops, which is as genuine specimen \Vc congratulate: the country on lie passage by I j int; and !! consequences;' lo have an inev Congressional records, which was not hostileto
was we : met in but I coud: not trace it to any authentic itabl tendency to diminish' the happiness of the bugging cry about the Michigan law u the verto
: granj'iloquence hUe j lie advanced
the of the : us. never sentiment
; Senate T.'riri.l Couipotjiise e I' a on
piece of
'. '. nidi loriThilc.. 5ul ree bil ppo,>le and endanger Ihe permanency of the Uninn.S .' demagoguism of which any party cia U
1' : .
I- :. '! :: -;The.;' I superiorly in numbers of the forces The persons who have been employed ;in justed that body on I'riday tLe 2Sthult., by the following However we may differ on other subjects, / effer the subject which has not been subscribed toby guilty. We venture Ihe remark that there are Dot

enable': him to a good face of I the cu"tom houvhere, under the United States vole : them my adhesion to this principle of Dmoculicfait" Giddings and Hale. The stereotyped half a dozen States in the Union which Lava Bet
: Bnsumenie put YEA*Messrs. Atherlu, Rcnton, Bernrn awl pray them to atlhere to it. With the
e r : mittois and to remain tranquil all the 7lh.- authorities: held a meeting the other eieningan Ron and, Ircfe.? Atdi.on.JSnght i ICler! CalKoun, privilege which belongs lo those of a common faith, quotation which the whig presses make from such a law on Iheir statute book It is "similar*

..' .' The papeis wonder why he remained pa! ivc, I II p.uotd resolutions highly complimentary to i Davis of 11igii1'i.; | Dickinson, Dvglass Downs, I warn them against an interference with ihe ques him, has been time and again avowed by the lo our own law-we bare not said "identical. None ,

believing that by vigorous action and with his Mr.J Diamond, the late Collector. have also Poote Hlnn" ;lI1311".lhJn\r: !ohn on of Mrvlind. 1.- tion of slavery, by taking even an incipient step in objects lo our law, and no Whig would find fault

. forces he might at once crash the in. heard that it is the intention of the mer. Julinln} ; JlhUVI of Georgia, relation to it." rankest abolitionists in the land. Here it is : with the Michigan law it it was nol thought that Ik*
superior .
.. :t. ., fctjrreclwn. From \' various indications we chants of this city to testify their sense of his Kini, Lewis Manz', Mason. Turner, 1'hes*. Hu:k, and Sebastian We know that it is generally considered ungenerous 'a I disavow mst unequivocally, now and forever, people were weak enough to be influenced by it-
.' o". should judge that lie cause Pairdes was ev. uniform politeness: and attention by a public Yulee-33.Spruince Wc.tcot to sly the slain," but we cannot help adding a called any desire(!!)to the interfere with! the the Southern righls, or what"t is The great Whig party rely upon such small trash u
property. Sutes.
dinn word or two more to the above conclusive settler to this to the election.
day acquiring' btrenglli. Hence the anxiety i r.While NAYS- It5U Allen B-tdzw. kldwin. Bell : carry They make no appeals la
'. '.. o-filf Got'cmnnent journal that Le shoulc: I write, the 4th infantry are march. Bradburv. Clarke. Corvrin, Davis. of 4...acluet>, the Sentinel. I is a well known fact that when Slade has av wed tLe same sentiment the rcaion-(o judgments o( the people. They
with drums beating and colors flying Daton/ Dix Dogt Fetch, rit7 Mr. Yaurey introduced his famous substitute for the has offer no
\be crushed at once. ing past, Hale llainlm. ff.. Miller, Hale too, expressed himself in the same principleprorote no measures. All jot
: In one of the fckirmishcs which look place' on their uay to the mole, there to embark onboard Upl.am) \Valker-C2.: ri1 1nderM'ood. resolution uWqucntly! adopted by the Convention manner, and only the other day Giddings ut- ;I can find in Whig journals it abuse, detraction aa4

S S near Guanajuato, it is said that Jarauia: was I the English steamer for Cat Island. Among the yeas are stern Norlhtn Ueroocrats it was objected to by Southern delegates for therta. lered the misrepresentation it matters not how conclusive

,.: nevereJy wounacu ny ticinjj thrown fmm liim; 1 The mon all look healthv. and arc us clean and one Whig-nineteen bmwral tnd son that the tetolution reported ly the committeecovered same language ; and in short, with may be your refutation. of their slanderous saef ..
S Mutlu..r
p. horse, and that he will probably! die from the : and neat as if they had just marched off dress sir Whig.-total 33.Ve canrict but;hak it fortunate the whole/ grtntud tf hit substitute, and few exceptions, the entire abolition party has hey hare not the honesty or manliness to retract

S ftTfCts ot the iiijiry.S I parade. Speaking of the 4th, I yesterday had fo the country that the free Sates of New went still further! This was not denied by any i put forth the same disclaimer. Hale and them. This is their game-it was their method n1S40

Two I.i* Later.-Since the above was J the pI'aure of shaking! hands with Lieut. U'm.C. Northern delegate. Mr. Yancey himself Fillmore and they succeeded,and
Hampshire! Illinois, Indiana, New Yok and Penn. agreed to -Sladc and Fillmore-Giddings and they now resort t.(the

In type. he t S. Steam ship Xew-Orleans Tobey, of that reginwnt, and formerly! a s\lvania were rcprfscntcd b noble-Larted: Demo. the rel\luton.; but insisted that one should be adopt. FiUmore-all! occupy the same ground so far same trickery and plotting. Let the people bewareof

Capt.. E. Au'. has arrived, having sailed! oj lri1 ornament of the editorial corps. Success crati ) cd with different j.lira-feclogy. And again-(be Sen them. Place no reliance upon their assertions

S the 17th ins?. She has brought oier the head ; la John Yoik" wherever he may go. well knows that the entire Northern Whig as slavery in the STATES is concerned-but give no heed to their chare Thrr wilt; k. k..,._
the nine Xoithern tnt
Among t na>s sic Dtoocrata and "
of ihe 5th under everyone of them has voted for the abolition I in this election aci hence :
.r tpartrrs Infantry command nine Whin and four S4iuthttn U'hij, to wit :- press assert that t the Baltimore Convention repudiated their disgraceful mud of

of Lii'ut. .Miles. We have not yet received Cot fponJcnce of the.JU. fury, Badger North Carolina, Bell! of Tcaos, e, Met. the Wilmot provuo. The Philadelphia .\arth slavery in the Territories and in the District conducting the canvas.

S a fjllliit t of passengers, but by a card publishrJ !I>CTO.\, July :-Jl, 181*. calfe'and o Underwood of Kentucky-tota 22.: American sijs it wj repudiated by that body in no of Columbia. This is what makes Gid.
,. in another c .Iumn, we note that Capt. 5Ier.liH I less than two instances first in the nomination of The people are coming oat in lens.twentiesyea,
'S il of the I see that the statement I made you, that We consider this one of the oio t iroprtant voted dings an abolitionist, and it is also what makes I may say hundred, for Tailor ; whole district
.f ibc : t
Dragoons, Capt. S.'eptoe,
S in the Senate and if the LE\V'1 and secondly in the adoption of the 7th! seem lo be revolutionized
Hamilton 5th Gen. Taylor, in a letter written to )Abbot ever given Ihtr House Fillmore an abolitionist. The evidence ; men who newer voM a
UJ J .trtHen', Ue. Infantry, : resoluion! above quoted and Martin Van upon Whig ticket in their lives, hare determined
danifett the and ; Bum to
Lawrence of Boston: had said that, if elected lhal same enlarged patpoti m, give
.5 '. C Sap,. lUr A. Q. M., Adjutant: See: tate the till with desiie himself says the same, and also that the election of which we convict GidJings, is equally as conclusive their votes for our second Washington ; they have
President of the United States, he voudorganize np an earnest Nscttle justly :
5th leaped from the Baltimore
tjj Dragoons, Adjutant LugenWel, Platform as broad and
CAM will Fillmore. has
S Lc against
S ae by the of the Baltimore Giddings v fl
his Cabinet from the best and a delicate and vital question, the cuntry approval people as firm it is the
Lieut. \Vo.>d, :2d! Dragoons, Lieut. Mer- purest may as In platform of the Constitution' ,
try Lieut Brown and Patten Whigs of the Union, is sneered at in one of then hope (or respite from the moredaigerou,* assaults doctrine of non-interference by Congress in ted to break' down the barrier Southern mem. on which a Washington, a Jefferson, and a Madison
chant,6ih Infantry, abolition, the question of slavery in the Territories "Such, Len had erected stood."-Extract in SentineL
This But the
: 3J Artillery, Lieut Kadfurd, 1st Drugoouc, and your city papers.; morning's National i agitators. \earrapprehenire to keep exciting subjectof
then "
otters, came on her.- ,' Intelligencer contains the synopsis' of a speech I; &f tw other House. A corresponcnt of t tL( is the great CASS guaranty to the Sotb.. abolition out of C'mgres8-so has r:lmore. Exaclly-,o you said in 1844. So you al.!
S.. S passengers delivered Mr. Laurence the II Charleston in another coluin makes Lewis CAds says he has planted his foot firmly," !
I by : at Whig rat. ,
hand when make nomination. But
t Ojr Idlers 1.apersziotyetbt'ingat; .u'clry and we add II conliaU Giddings has voted to receive and refer peti. ways say you
learn that it was currently j icatiol meeting, a Huilington, Vermont, on I some developments of the spirit attk thee ). on that platform, and the (Le have used {
\Te verbally reported I Tallahassee Central CommiUee resolve that CASS' ions asking Congress to abolish slavery in yeople got o your bragging aid
and believed in Vera Cruz that Parades way to Canada. The following wordsare which will startle and alarm C\'cJ sincee fricniofthe
.3.S .- 5 .. had defeated with a loss to the taken from the report of his remarks : country. WP hare not fro the Gr4 beliivcd I!. position is entirely aalilfaaory.D 1 the fvntinel the Territories (Florida being one of them !) boasting. They see through your flimsy al.

latter of fire hundred Uu.tlmentl.men. The papers by Mr. 1.. asserted that Gen. Taylor was a Ihe bill would receive the support of theXorthernw might have added the firm approval of that platformby and In the District Columbia, :/ the tempts lo bum Lug. They see that shoots sad

S 'S I .. the Alabama gave hut one side of the story, II Whig, a staunch Whig lit vas rctpontible hi;s, but we expected that the South, tlited with Mr. RERRIEX, and the condemnation of it by itself consent of the people thereof and tcUhout pro. loud talking is principle, and if you do not

.'.i .5 and upon reading them the suspicion wa. forced for the statement, Gen. Talo would have aJl7iig Northern Democrats, would be able tocarry)the the ,entire J'an.Northern Buren, the Barnburners! Fillawre, and osing to PA Y them therefor-so has FdU care for this they do. Besides all the notio

S. lie ; that Huslatncnte had been \ Cabinet.Mr. measure. We were not, however, prcpatd see 11/ligpress. and confusion"
upon which the entire
m.I. more Giddings Las rotcd to instruct Whig party
\tor.!ted, but .no such loss as is now suppo Lanrcnce aso' says. in the same so base and tiuckling spirit manifested bSouthern Cass on SlaYer Question. a committee is able
to create will not blind the of tits
on Territories to bring in bill eyes
Since the abjre was int 1} pr we la\ rceiv. ** The question now before the people of will! we yet believe it. The j rcservaior.t! the V.I I la\ery in the United States, there cannot be the a LAW PASSED BY OUR OWX PEOPLE people to the fuel that your candidate for Vic

;. :b cd fou C .pt. Auld! 0 the NVw-Orleans, a the countiy is, whether Gen. Taylor as the Ion.: in the t\csof the people, is of rare value least doubt, or shadow of duubt. It is proved by uneven TUEX5 LEGISLATURE, against free President is a Jt mol Pronsolst and an Abolitionist.

..*m >randuin of the news at Vera Cruz, in ciponcnl of tIe great Whig doctrines of than any Presidential tiiumjph, and the_*\"il IK>| ; his repeated declarations, and by all his volts in negroes and mulattoes coming here to The people of Florida cannot be
S .. : which it is stated that the l latest in1cl. encu Infernal Improvement and a l'r lttirc Tariff// fail to mete out a just punuhment to any fiirdianof i!! Congress Oil the subject. Vet whig papers in the slaves and excite them to dissatisfaction corruptour made to lose sight oflhe efforts Fillm re made

from the iuterior rtpoI'c the defeat of Pare. or Lewis Cass, as the exponent of the concen- their intere.t who permits his zeal tor pare to cause j I I South, Ihe Sentinel among the number, have the to instruct the Committee

des by Uu : not Bostamrnte by trated recklessness and radicalism of the Lo. him to forget hu: duty to !Lis country in t1 t! impor. I: brazen cfi'ror.Ury, in the lace of the must unqiustionablc and murder-so has Millard Fillmore! Gid. on Territories to'

I .4'5- Parcdcs as we have it fiom another respccta- cufuco" party, shall administer the Government ar.t crisis. I! facts and of his o\\n plain language to seek dings has voted to receive a petition asking bring in a bill repealing ora ovrs laIC againtt
:. Lie source. Capt. Auld! in connection with fur the ncil Presidential! term. 4n Important DUcorerj-The flinched. I to produce the impression tl.at he is an .ItoHtionitt. Congress to pass a law PEOTSCTIXC SLAVE 'free nfgroes and mulattoes! !

ibis, has the paragraph in his memorandum You will remember that at this session Xl i
What dues
following very CASS mean when he STEALERS
The 'fntile has:d, covercd, by the of Mr. :; ays whenever they shall! see proper Gen. Extras.
I : of Congress, it was proposed in the House a I II WI- hAVE EITHERTIiE RIGHT rOR TUG ,
MAXGUM, that the resolution te Baltimore tl
adopted by -
S Intelligent Mexicans at Vera Cruz in the hat the TaritTIaw fcf 164fj( should! be repealed POWER TO TOUCH SLAVERY WHERE IT KX1STS. come among us-so has Fillmore II was stated in Ihe House of Representatives tt
Convention intcfercncc(
4 '. : face of the reported defeat ofParcdes! and withmt !, and thus leave the Whig Tariff of 1642 agnn t Cougiessiooal I ." I Fillmore has acted check by jowl with the abolitionists the 1st July, bI the Hon. Mr. McCi.EaAD. that .
in questions of slavery: ( substantial l a codemna- ,
'. contradicting it poiitivly affirm that he ill full operation and it was cry nearly being ion of the Wilmot I'rovijo(8 could be,) rai once I I What does he ;.can v1.n fcfi saji- to insult the South and despoil her General T 1'LOR'. ordinary pay and allcwancrs,

; S : "i u\'e.tur the Government of Herrcra.Lieut. canicd-h whole body of the Whigs North offered in : a ,S YlIE PRINCIPLES! INVOLVED IN THE of her property The only difference be. (separate and apart from extra allowances,) aincel*
1 S .. and Wcbt voting for the proposition. Gen. Congress by Mr. CAMPBELL, an' cccived ithe i WILMuT I'ROVSO: SIiOLLD BE KEPT OUT has been in the pay of the Government, amounts
Martin, 3rd Dragoons, died at the sanction of Noithern : OF THE NATIO.N.vL LEGISLATURE." tween them is that they were more foul and
True bri.f
.1. National about the 12lh inst. of Falor\ in his Allison letter, is distinctly committed : n. b. a ;I the handsome sum i>f $12iOOO! while his extra
Bridge .
low feror after his return from short yel- to xeto no bills on the Tarif Internalimprovements examinati_ -j vote on ,the rc olulioJ at 'that What does be when he l.1ys- outrageous in their talk, but Fillmore gave compensation will be found lo exceed that of Cea.

.:: absence, thence tt Vera Cruz.a Jeae ( or a Dank Cf JJnitc: ncc wtilshow the people that rcceircd bit ales ; ANY" I AM JURISDICTION OPPOSED: TO liY TilE CONGRESS EXERCISE OVER OF them VOTE FOB VOTE I Whenever they made CASS! We always knew he did not serve the country

'.' f tates. support f om the Northern allies of the Whi party. attacks in he stood fOI nothing. In the midst of the climor
The cither all embarked have TilE SUUJKCT SLAVERY.. I LAO speeches, ready to aid them Whig
arc or
". troops The resolution u in these words: NOT SEE IN THE CONSTITUTION ANY GRANTOF about the General CASS ha received from the
The Compromise Bill with money *
as it i is lie his influence
r will ins VOTE interposed
had in
assigned lo I
pot ex. caled. "
transports 7. That has "
under SUCH
Congress n power thtcol.ti. j A POWER TO CONGRESS.
Government resolution introduced
: byaWbig'calling
fail. On I last a was
: ,: cept the t ICOgimenl of Artillery, stationed Friday i would passed } tution to interfere with fIr eontlollie dtnl tic in. I Could any language be plainer to show his opposition and vote to protect them from the merited the for statement
: ;in in the castle and in (be town t b" a la.r :majority. Mr. Barrow a Whig Rep. vtitutiong of the bevcial uclStitt* on Treasury Department a
of the
part an to Abolitionism censure indignation South and
S. a Tennessee congratulated the are the safe and judges thjiijapprrUinini and to the Wilmot Proviso? of the moneys paid to CASS. This the cunniif
.5. .' garrison of ihe f p1 1ct% anu' Lie companies cjf rtsentilfrom on into the Senate.On .- ; to tbeir own aflair*. nut every prolubiledby) the It is in the teeth of such language thai Southern was, to all intents and purposes, as good an Whigs thought was a settler. But it did not I!ana
.. dragoons, composing the rcar. uad of the introuction constitution ; that all effort of the aboiitiait or whig cavil at and his soundness
S Saturday lOU see that tIle effort to made deny on questionsofslatcry. abolitions as Giddings, Gates or Slade The the Democrats, one oi whom offered an amendmefct
; army. wi others to induce Congress to interlet with .
"- 0 Gen. Aiin'.a: Minister \Varias resigned. amend tho bill, by striking out all that part questions of IlneJ, (to lake incipient tie ft in re We confess we do not see why, unless testimony is as strong in the one case as the to include the amount paid TAYLOR, which was tc-

relating to California and New Mexico, I lai iI.! Ltioutbereto' are nlculato to lead 'lo I. mOlt for the reacon: : that bis true and safe opinions .will other, and any man who denies the charge cepted by the mover. The resolution was then II.

ed by a very decided votein the Senate. alarming and ; coruequerKts; all procure him too many votes in the South. And has jetted toby the Whigi,and it teat not passed!!
S : I'OSTSCTUPT. inch eil'orts have inevitable tendency to dfciinish it to against Fillmore has no better ground
ta i i. understood however that the a come this that Southern rights are to be sacrificed on

: .., ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERN.Al Whigs Sunday had 1 i conference, the, result of, which the! happineu and permanency of the people.of the and Union endanger, and oubt tie; not 1ability upon the altar of party whiggery ? Gen. Tay. which to assert it against Giddings Voice of the Volunteers.-Out of 300 Massachusetts
who reached here
.. an early hour ibis morning we received is thai, in their opinion, if the bill payees, i to be countenanced bJ any friend of our politcal institutions. lor hu never expressed any such views as these.lie .- And yet,in the teeth of this overwhelming the Belle of the West but 11 yesterday for
on were
re J uses to such and is in the ,
their in the express ;
S. our advces; by the Great Western. The papers must destroy prospects coming evidence Southern whig editors to plasterover Cass and all the seat for lor. How unfortunate
North try Taj
I Presidential election. This Mr. This \0 civi..1! "r.y lfi, unrd' .Pnnctififinn"in because of Lis Dosititm in this. rtanect. In
from the city Mexico by 'her are no morning ;behli ; ': tlae'do : ;< J Jof his hatred to the South and the for the administration that t hel allowed1
fact his
and the 3 views of and get
S later than were brought by the Alabama. Milliard, a Whig from Alabama, declared] his rote was, seas 151 nafs =I power Liaprovai peo. this
I the to end before the election I But
S The Great Western reached Ship Island opposition to the bill, and it is understood that not two, as stated in the Stntinel. The Ihre* nays thc S.gnal; editor's notions, conunit him to a lice pIe to vote to place him in a position where, war
resulted from the of Trut.Louisx'dle .-
.l.. ':. at noon Thursday, he 20h.; She left Ve. he peaks the opinion! of the great part, if not wt-re Adams, Collamer and Vance-all NothernWhigs. of policy opposed to these views of Gen. CASS. in a .certain contingency, he becomes President Journal. impertinence

Cruz the tIm whole, of the Southern: Whig lieprecenta. The doctrines avowed here are prett* generally Moreover, CASS has approved the resolution ol
r on Sunday 16tb.fie brought of the United States They try to hide The Democrat repKes to this follows:
.s: ever 87,000 in aso lives. In the Senate, Southern Whigs who suWribeJ. to in the free States.' On lie latter the Baltimore National Convention which asserts
'I ,., and men oflhe 4th specie Infantry besides ofcer large last wed!: declared themselves decided in fa. part of the resolution, condemning the interference That all efforts of the abolitionitts or others his obnoxious character,by covering him over -" We tare the authority of Major Andre,

S number of passengers. tor of the bill, wi now vote against it. Mr. by abolitionists and others.in question J ilav made induce Congress la interfere teith questions with Gen Taylor's coat tail. But they can. himself who did us the honor of a passing

S : The troops were immediately put on board 1'he'ps: one of Select Committee who re- cry in any shape and f.)rm, the 'ca were 1' nays I'! of ,farm y, or to lake incipient steps in relation not succeed. Taylor's skills are not broad visit yesterday to pronounce the above aa

'4. ..' tl U. S. steamer: A. R. Hetzrl, tu be convey- ported the bill), declared to day that he was 23. a follow :- I I! theieto, are calculated to lead to the mtst alarming enough to conceal Fillmore! The politicians unqualified libel on the gallant men of tb

.4. .. lo P. a quh. the only Northern Whig ubo would! vote for Nays-Messrs. Abbot, A sdsms!. n.kE Dickey and dangrious consequences ; and that attends ef and office..eekerm:11 make endeavors lo
: Massachusetts S. far fiom beingas
.- .. ". A letter from Mnjor Cross, .Chief Quartermaster the bill. You tti.l i; be anxious to know whatare piddmgs CrinneM Hardin, Harper, Hudson. !.alh.1 j furls have an inevitable tendency to diminish tilthappint" regiment.
inglon Hunt, IU.I, Perky ii, Johnson, Daniel P. cover him up with that old brown coal.butthe stated above the is precisely the
the rieAvs! which the ,
,. iN Mexico announces the meLncholy thus unite Northern vf people, and endanger the per man-
I King, McClelland, Mcllvame[ Pckwtll, Jlqars, 'I
.' : ; intelligence: oflLe death of Capt. T. Al. 'Glea.f. '\lgl and So.ther.tliS in opposition, ( to Severance, Albeit Smith,Tilden, Vance-ilttr;and enr.y,of the Union, and ought not to be countenanced damning truth that he is an Abolitionist truth. There are not more than a dozen o/

......" ton A. Q. M. He died. at Vera Cruz on the &! part the Wia rmiop- J.rOWIltly.lloout. by any f tend of our political institutions" cannot bo hid. It is fastened upon him and the 300 who are whigs-.the rest ,are >U
S ". 16ih inst., at a quartcr.pait: 10, P.. AL, after 'bill docs not go far enough.; and with the (f I hele 21 nave were.V rfAein I What do some of the whigs say in reference to cannot be shaken off. Were it possible to 'for,Cass and Butler. Major 4 drew* audit*'

,S .;. an illness! of Ion days of the lomilo. Major other i i goe< 10(lr. The true reasons, a tcFiifii-the only Northern democrat among them I I this ? Why, the Sentinel, their organ in this State, seat him astride the war-horse of Duena Vis. izes to add that he is in command of 2,1
S ;" Cross writes uscan do no justice to the 'Indtrto.het ore these : the Northern being McCLKLL\\D, of Michigan. Mr. CABILL. says it is vague and general!," and attempts to destroy us

f ;( : memory of this merilotioui officer, who has Whigs that any concession, or apparent Speaker Ulnthrop, it will be seen, Uo voted DO.Of iu force by telling .readers that it was once ta, the weight of such a rider would break him men, and out of these, 200 ace for Cap to?

':':'": served his country wel since he joined the concession, on their pail on this subject, the J2 yejaJifty-ieeen were Northern demo approved by men who are obnoxious to the democra. down ere tho race was half run If Taylor Butler."

'' army. Ctpt. G. with Gen. Taylor at would! give (he North to Van Burcn, and de. crt) among whom waa J. W. DAVIS, uboeqiuntly tic party. What of that Are we to reject the cannot be voted for-with taking; FULaore on

S '1. ;J the battle! of Monteroy!, and tince that timeS frat Taylor ; t\ bit the Southern! Whigs fear elected Speaker of the House. Northern \Vhig, truth because bad men once favotcd it I Are we to the same licket, the whigs will find that they The Louisville Democrat gives the most

\: I.a performed arduous duty in ..tiel!# y ifMciico that if this question is closed, the peculiar only /tro-FISH, of N. Y., and J. n JMGCRBOU,. of( barter away our,righU because our enemies once admitted are ,one. It is hard enough to take Taylor I powerful reason vrhj the returned volunteers!

., : .'. and particularly}' at this placf.Ve ground o which Gen. Tailor i is supported in Pcna.-voted yea!-and onlyfifteen Southern Whig their existence and force ? The Senhnefs : should sustain the democratic It says:

..:.t.;:;., \ Lave conversed with an iiilelli enl for. their section..-danger to the South on tlii voted,with the majority-seventeen whigs voted in argument amounts to nothing less than sucL a re.suit. with his WANT OF THE NECESSARY Q.UAUFICATIONS ** Indianapolis informed

$.,:'j .inr a pal
i. t : :-. bkLhhecity.ofMeaico l ca the 12th. He MICI -between the two patties they must be may be found OB page 325 and 326 .of the Congrcsional .coming, M it does, from a paper which; holds that for ing required to include a SIXCECE and EN. regiment have repudiated whiggery and art

;.;! f tJ' that the Government wa e.&ceedinirlvaJanned heate-n. 'The great argument that General Globe for IS I.a Congress to refuse to receive abolition petitions .is TjicsiASTieWilmot Pruvisoist." and the, co. going for CaM and Butler ; and out twenty

o'a account-of the success Paredcs ;, Taylor i:.la 6hoIJ r will not then apply.So S much for the history of the resolution of(,13 Li, in directvviolation of(be Colut .tion. Cut the people laborer of Giddings and Slade -in their insultsto : siz lieutenants, only one was Foe T'Jlo

and it was proposed lofortify the garitae of the rights oflhe South on this great ques. and now for the resolution adopted at Baltimore. of Flixidi will not sanction: this doctrine, and be lie went to Mexi .:
was wavering.
I the city to resist his approach. Jt will alcoIH tion are to be :hel in abeyance, and their in, We have beretorore conclusively shown that the we will do no more than warn them ag iait.it. the South Let the .people, then, beware self whig, and has ulterly repudialtdlkP N

) seen by the letter IJlo" that the unh'e. crests are to bo.pt up I stakes'in the next ,resolution o.th.Convention u utter, unqualified of Millard Fillmorerlhe abolitionist and Whig ty. lie .he ,as found on th J*w w *)

sal bell"fi,ba u.tarntlte1 signally de. Presidential eltction. The rote in the .en- ond oioatioa ,0 the Wilmcl proil-no matter Rcgvcttfrom Gen. Butler.The New Or. candidate for Vice President of the United Mexican says Whig document ago** JJ

f'a I.rt&the official report { the ate will probably disclose where justice to the3"Utbatid whether Hale or afly one eLse voted tot it in 1844 or leans Courier publishes the following : States Let thera beware of the man whose tear and favor army of the Mexico* COMU?

., ('kIneCto the contrary notwithstanding. rrapoctrfbr.hcr rights, chat among not ;and 3 we. hal nol now repeatersrcwnarg'iments.Ve We are requested by Gen. W. -O. Butler nerves are co weak that he is shocked at seeing rhty were scattered profuserjr through th*

Tw Americans were robbed at ffa'upa the the |>aflies of the North. will, l however, kilence.the &tintl, and all the to ay, that be has received several invitationsto cttyx Mexico to a .Ji aid"

4 tiigbt bdCu tb..ropelti there and then rmir. Senator COf\'in. 1 "Whig from 'Ohio .,other Whig croakers, by producing/rom their own visit his friends at various points_(bat he slaves advertised, for sale in Washingtonpapers treaty." prevent

;. z cer 1 111/ A mnnut.of tony, jllt concluded a speeob, which,u ill make fire ran!. testimony which they will ,not.undertake to -baa.beea too much occupied with his military I Let Uxxn beware of the nan whom _ _

.. MCI ititoxioited at the tie men ou of six ;in fbe'South who read tit disuo.onists. easer doton. AVe will bring the Hon. JOHN Mc. duties to return suitable answers-and begs, the Barnburners recommend to be placed oa The rlMnns ", rl.-The Leuiln1lt

f J' of the me. lie concluded by broadly' and repeatedly PHCMMI Ba azzzeof Georgia upon.the stand, and through our columns to offer Jus sincere ac (heir ticket as Vice President in opposition Democrat says that "(be regiment aDM' &*.

f1 % The auo are pursuing thc: asserting ihai<**n. Tayl.r ,'ol not get permit I to talk to the country in our stead ;and knowledgments for .their kindness, of which to th gallant soldier, WILLIAM O. BUTLER! .Pittaburgh..oumberiog upwWh0t4PP

J+ r's1lier. who ia r.the capital.11 .-' be rot" a tingle free St.te in Union, we auk,th Stnttnet, i he hu .disposition toilo .he U-unable to avail himself. Ha is under < l'
We V
The being hung bettor hU pledge: noHonrelo bill orders to : Let them beware of the manof whom a are all for Caw and Butler.
11 are d tib a any passed L lie Demorat jl.tie, to rubtlb the subjoined u.i repair to Washington, and his du. "

: fast as by reAs.containing] -he Wilrnotj'raujso. i tact (rsjsa hu pccch on the Oregon bill, delivered ties do.not permit him to dclar." Massachusettshig member ofCQugreu.hu from the best authority.

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G" ?17k* aMths Wlt.ot-Frrrlto.fi Tremble .the Wi,Wigwam I More Testimony. Taylor, after isis nomination hj the PhiladH.:' For Clay "and naming JKip.--"-Tb Ooon.duga 1 Groceries-- -.L _!

havt repeatedly called the attention; of men oft Democrat Stand Firm From the Norfolk Southern A'gvs, the following phi* Contention, must be put down." He Sentinel, a whiff paper published at Syracuse KNIGHT eonttaW ;

'. ji parties G n.TATW>.'. position on the Proviutron Were we to believe what we see in the Whig papers extract is taken. Read it, people of also sa>s that this threat was first uttered by a still keep up Mr. Clay's name (for President SS.. from New Or .J. LARGE to iweive SUPPLIED t by every T OK*..

0 ,, and we bare suggested tbe propriety of we should think there was no jarring,nn halt Florida, and make verdict accordingly Mr. Abbott Lawrence, and was especially frubject to lli. decision of the 4meri. FLOUR BACON.'AND GROCERIES. H. make

.Ainf from him an avowal of hi. Mntiments on the ing no backing out among them from Maine to the up your I designed for the Boston Courier. can people,"and appends that of Mr. Fillmore, U the interest of every biyer to Oil and. see him be-
Rebuke, by votes, that truckling lore they with Iheir
--jkjeel. Every one knows thai in the Northern Rio Grande. But the truth is, there is no enthnti- your subject to the decision of the Buffalo conrenlion. part money.August .
3. IS"!.
BtjeSb5. 5tf*al letter and his absurd notions on aim, no heart, no soul, no confidence in their ranks spirit of the office-eeekinj Whigs, which, to [FOR TilE FLOJUDU] ( ." Its motto is, Henry Clay never sur 3

tb.flhV1 ited UP tDO.* who claim that he is anywhere! They are split up and divided, in nearly gain power, will even insult the good sense of THE VETO. renders." Medical Notice.
#kc4 tpiastinterfering with the action of. Conl every State in the Union and if the Democracy only slaveholders, by offering fur their roles a man A Recent Taylor.Concert' Objection to THE undersigned have .this day formed a rn-parl.

"MaU see proper lo enact tbe Proviso. We s'and firm, .we have confidence they will, the i tainted with the fell spirit of abolitionism !I'I NUMBER ona.a' Gen. Cass.-The Columbus Journal object t. nr..hjr> under the D,oje %rwi style of TAYLOR

. jret61orC made copious extracts from North. thrashing we gave the in 1S44 will not be a to Gen. Ccii that M he h/lt hrsn wiV_ PALMER for th. practice o/ Medicine and oflVr
We that John M. eewe.
whig ate sure Messrs. Patton, Henry a their proPNicmal..ricet
be the Cvery bill whi h shall have the House --- ---- -y- to the public. They ,
and writers chewing thi. to case ; passed of hop.
tft presses circumstance to the pounding we will give them in A. Wise, James M. Mason R. M. T Hunter, and the on Providence." But one step i hv attention to business lo merit continuance
ReprcsentaUVttaiid Senate, shall before it becomes a of
F aj.it was no longer than the other day that 1S4S Their and is indeed the entire delegation from the South who --.1 former 1
I boasting bragging mare bullying a law, be presented to the President of the wanting, and ihnt .js supplied by the pstronege. 1
trtJI.uCOhio, in the Senate ol the United States as- ,and done more to keep their own courage fromfizzling" were members of the 25th Congress, must have aperfect United States ; and if he approve he shall sign it, Advertiser, which objects to Cass .. his WALtER T."ytOR. M. D. 1
.ilboat contradictionr from any quarter, that recollection of the e\'u-t -rt'membfrf'd 20th but if not, be shall return it, with his THOMAS M. PALMER M. D.
out, than to alarm the timid, if any mich objections, to vife is a teacher in the Methodic
of December lb3-5, wbem that arch-Abolitionist, that HOUK in which it shall have Eplscopa Montigrllo Fa August 1 I. [5] 1&49. 3 8m
considered not originated who
.if te* Tayltr uu there be, in ranks. said the N. Sabbath
our own I was by William Slad. (tram the State of Vermont presentedin shall enter the Sctool.Tennessee.Cass.
objecti ns at their
large on journal.,
I. inlcrpote with hit edo to defeat the Prwito itc.eli Y. Courier and Enyitbcr, before the whig nomination the House of Representatives Ihe inflammatory and proceed to rerpnider it. If, af'er such recoil- In the Cfrtcit Court of the Middle Circolt& it if

ntt obtain the electorul vole of a tingle free that experience had satisfied the whigs that memorials of Josiah S'okes and 2O2 other men, sideration tieo-lhirtt ot that House shall rte to and Butler are daily }Florida in and for the Conatj of If OB. *
!* When we add to these claims of Northern there and of Rachael Frank, and 304 other women." Mr. pass the eli,, it shall be sent, together with the objections gaining strength in Tennessee. Gen Taylor*
Slttt Democrat ]
p. were enovgk. in the country to ilect Slade that said memorials be TO SPRING TERM A. D. "
moved referred 1548.
to a of the t
the South, the humiliatiag admission of p the other House, by which it shall like approval views put girth Iythe Louisiana
enemies o Cal and Butler! and the only way to prevent select committee, with instructions to report a bill wise be rconsidered ; and if approved by ttno-thirdt Delegation has already done him Leopold Greenberg Charles Green-1 i
Southern members of Conge. when questioned on tins "3 to abandon everything else and go in for providing for the abolition of slavery and the slave of that louse it shall become a law. The Clarksville great injury. berg Henry Grer-nr>er ,and Adolp /siumpsit
lb'; bjed.that they NOT KNOW whether Central AVAILIBILITY Hence their nomination of Taylor trade in the District of Columbia." He accompanied If af bill shall not be returned bv the President JefTersoninn says that Gen. Kline. merchants and copartners damages j'
Taylor will veto the Pronto not," the proposition with one ot Ihe mo.t violent within en dajs (Sundays excepted) after it shall W. Lowe, who up to the time of the nomination in trade usimr the nam.style and $1CKXXAttachment
o th and Fillmore for the South and the '
from the po -one other and insulting philjipics against the institutions of have ben presented to him, the same shall be a law, was acting as editor of the Springfield, firm of L. t H. Greenbejg i- Co.,. tJ'
priety and demanding an for the North The first, being a slaveholder, anda the South that was ever delivered in the Hall cf in Jiketnanner aj if he had signed it, notes the Spy-a Whig paper-has taken the ".. for f4ti 2- .
tiplicit avowal of l.is sentiments and intentions is : Congress. It was so offensive in its character and stump William S. Carpenter. .
soldier whose fame has been chiefly acquired in a Congrejf, by their adjournment, prevent its return, acaipst In }
I written and war they dfuncl a unholy that Mr. Slade was called to order by Mr. Rhett. of ;that one ofthe Whig nominees f.r Elector, take notice of the ;institution( of this unit :
i'fn, that ben to an an- ," would take in the South and among the vol- South Carolina and it was decided by the presiding 'fheforegoing is that part of the Constilu- has declined running, as also bis alternate. by attachment ) that they are required to apprsr" J

.WCT received from him. We saw his reply for the unt"erand I the 'coni. being .a JCorthern man officer (Mr. Polk,) that he was ont of order. So intense lion oAhe United States which makes it the Furls speak for themselves.The plead lo the declaration filed! in thi cause aCo- ii'and

tirst time in our exchanges by Wednesday's mail, in the HIGHEST BEST Imle tfthe term," was the excitement in the House at this time, duty ofjie President to refuse his approbationto !: curding to bw.'v; .
the it that a large portion of the members 'front the South Drmocratic Nominees.The New :
for information of we publish
country would render the ticket in the all pf that
( North- ats Congrrs he believes to be
acceptable York
tacated their Heats and to of the Observer t4"
repaired one committee
a religious Attorney fur Plainiifls.
from the letter that Gen. I Wds the
will be I paper
telow. 1 seen among the denounctr o the war, and the Wilmot rooms in the Capitol for the purpose of determining either itfontliJuliunal or inerpedient. Mark followipg language : July 20.ISIS. 2 tin :

JAILOR. refuses to commit hinielffor o agcintt Provi oi<>t9 and enemies of the South Its a dish on what course it was best to pursue. the phraeolqpy. Jt does not say that, if the -

the Pronto! aad the quetion now presents ill to intended for every paate.; In preparing it.the cooks Such was the scene of confusion th.t a motion was bill be Cnsffulional, he shall sign it : but if The Democratic Convention to nominate NoticeTS Iii
made to adjourn, which passed in the affirmative, a President and Vice President
for TAYLO has d!
mind khall
every reflecting we vote expected & I motley cve\" to partake of it, and thrush Maser Adam, SUde FILLMORE and all proni/clearly giving him the discretion clog, its HEREBY GIVEN that, at the next session of
SPS8 The
under such circumstances ? I i not trifling with therefore the amalgamation' There' a piece (o all the Northern Whigs voted against it. tosgn; orndta sign a bill for other reasons on. nominees, Generals Cass and J. the General Assembly of the State of Florida

Lei interests. for an aspirant to the Presidency to appetites, and in contemplating the feast, and the The Southern members, without distinction of besides itivMicustkulioniilhy : and it I* a di*. Butler, are men irreproachable character application will b. made to thai honorable body for d
,refute, through fear of being rendered unpopular in parts, all assembled in a committee-room to consult I cretion that rust be used neither [ and I tako oc.u.s.n lo .zpr.s lt>. pnt'tfirvlion he grant of a charter of incorporation JOT a Rill i
anticipations of the to the with recklesslynor !uJ h.n, .
gusto 1
purveyor 8 ( which all W"1 "" "' St. Andrew
sections of the to the and deliberate a* 10'the bet course to be pursued. religious men feel when such in
other Union
the avow West
or which the whole would be swallowed rashly eve against a measure of mere to a point the Cb ,
4e mess we are Calhoun and Crittenden, and nearly nil the Southern men for office.'* upon /tahouch .
which will him, in the event i are put up River, at or near the section "p
coarse b pursued by the expediency, ni yet lightly and carelessly in vat boundary line beween
reminded of a famous distich of one Jack Sprat and Senators were present on occasion. We well : Florida "If
Ii f his election on a question of vital impoitance to his no less celebrated now, in which it is solemnly remember 4he scene and the anguish of that hour. favor, of any misure. The President is bound from the .'If: Y. J"ur. ef Commerce. ( July 29. ISIS.and Alabama 2 with said river. : ;

the whole South .' Let the people Look be/Id 1) at the declared, that I After anxiou and mature d lihprat ion.lhe following Ihy his offil"iahaln to be as scrupulous in the Gen. Tudor- JnmmitffJ nf Intt" _"'l.. 4 I 3m 'i/llo

matter- It is no question of party among us. We resolution was unanimously screed upon and John investigation f every bill, and to be as con bony Journal 1 tar---ih'; on the subject: of the By the President -- !
.Jark muld eat of the
pratt 10 fat, 'f. Patton oflhis State, ivadeputed to present it to Wiimot United t
tbiult to much of our rights to allow a division on Ills wife could eat l no lean the House on the next mornine : I scientious in 5 action upon it, as any tingle Proviso, Gen. Taylor entertains .the States.

tLit queslien. The opinions of Cur candidates (o Sot* twixt them her rue bed the bone, Retained That all petition*, memorial: and member of Caress. The Constitution does I views of lMan um and Clayton." To which t :

and Congressional offices are demanded and And lich ed tlt platter clean paper touching the abolition cf slavery, or the hl1 j; not leave hint liberty to yield up his judg.i the Providence Herald! adds-" \Ve deem it tf' !
Sate of theamaleationists-they expected so to ins selling or transferring slaves in an"Ialt'. Di*. j just .lo remark in order
S and his of fully to
known. What they will do, is familiar to us al scup i mcnt nscience to a majority Con- prove Gen. I.I

And shall 'e. in the case of Gen. T AYLI, depart their dish. that not only their own hous*. but I I'he trie!taMe or Territory without of being tile debated United States printed, be read laid or upon re- (:j'grossany mo than it 1 leaves any individual Taylor's committal on this point, that one of I.H

/rom this wholesome and wise precaution ? We stragglers from the democratic family would be attracted erred : and that no further action whatever shall be ]'I member of IK body at liberty to subject his the gentlemen above named voted for this .,.La:.

think not. But if he shall rrfutelo avow the course by its savory smell, and like another Esau, had Ihereon." conscientiousonvicfiitns of rectitude to the measure, and the other against it f

fce will pursue in I the event of his election, a he sell their birth-right for a mrs of pottage P.ut "Mr. Patton as s v>n as the House assembled on the I j judgment or 41 I of his peers. .-.- --.---------.-.- r -. ', ::
2ltt moted to suspend the rules to enable him to (
him ? they reckoned without their bout. Cven their own j bare that IS YOUR LIVER DISEASED ? Of!
rlearly does, ought we not to tefiue(support introduce the above resolution. The motion pas ed !;| The it the Constitution makes ilj ;.

I he declines lo trutt the people, alter an honest great HARRY declines to scat himself at the board I in the affirmative-Millard Fillmore, together with j the PresidenfVu/y( to withhold his signature You may find relief if you will but try in irr._ .lu
aoal of his opinions ought no the people to decline -, while the GOD-LIKE D', JFL" looks on in moody I Adams, Sbde and other Abolitionists recording. his from bills th be does not aj'jrrore should be New Jersey, Bordeni- D, Oct 25, is Y UN pursnjjaro of law, I. JAMES K. POLK. Prest- tt l.f
stands Ihe silence, and ne'er a to name in Ihe nr{a/tV. I the Mr. Seth W. "ov\'It', dent of the United States of
to take him upon trust ? how bal blfdiF pronounce over l enough to fafy charge of usu epa!ion. America do hereby IIJ
I Mr. Patton then submitted said resolution, ard Dear Sir-1 am well that i
his Gt-n. the" !" JOHN ton, has the Bolts and HORACE But efl is made render j;; are persons of eve/v ; declare and make known that pnblic sale* will be :
to odious I
Batter regards distinguished (opponent bne winch as an being and and I
a moved the previous question ; Ihe object of I age sex, condition in life, in every part Jf hdd IIe ndermentinned Land
CASS Has he faltered-has lie declined to trust is tarrying for further developments In short, was to preclude nil debate on so delicate and nriti and to troy a feature of the Constitution the country have used and been benefit'ed tv of O-.LOlUD.o\Ta ? the periods uereioafter Oflsrejin IheStal* 'Ii

tbe people ? Read his able speech in the Senate of it is a .cheerless affair-no life, no animation, no I i inc a subject., The previous Question was put, and which i iii !inestimable value tryhe mi. DR. WISTAR'S DALSAM Of' WILD CHERRY. to wit : designated"

the United States-read his straight forward Nicholson shouts a in MO. and '.44 The 'entertainment to it passed in the affirmative-Millard Fillmore Adams I noritv, and f.ciajly to the small States and My own !life Las been saved by it. Mv lither's and At the land office at EW ANSVILLE.'omlDh. i."

letter. There is no mistaking Gen. CABS' op which we were invited" i is shunned by themselvesas I Slade. and other Northern fanatics, voting in till more efctially to the Xoulficrn state*, i t moth, rlfi"Wllil! fl b e Y"\jl1j' h M yJ : F/i/.f3)0} iflPiTr./U1iFJU.n.lh.da of October near, for .

.position to the Proviso. He i is rtade; a.its in being rather too scant of the proper sort of provender the. negative.The question was then put : Will the Hon'e I proo| & loive a \\nipf and plain! account of" eae.m>self.For Alx-u some one years year I have ago I been was prtdispL.quite sick., .lor jj. viz undermentioned: townships aoJ'parts'of IOWDh'r-| !t"I".

.terate opponent in the free States, by BarnL"rnt1 and it would be madney- exj' Tt democrats I now azreelo resolution And passed in I be affirmative the origin,sign,U1d effects of" THE Y ETO. number of weeks confined to my bed when the painin -"4k f the bate line!, and East of the principal

and the entire Whig is bt.cui of his hostility to feed. on that v. hich they refuse. none of yeas 1'22. nays 74. The name of MILLARP In the Indention that framed the Cpcstilutioii m> attic would allow me to lay. My physician I meridian.
party. 1 _
KIU.MORK: still in the list of The tea. t r
keeping cctnpany nay liter Liver .
their I sevl different plans or propositions pronounced my disease roaipUal ; my or township seven, situated et (01
; to the Proviso that the foimer refuse to .up- : pro withtItose of Slade and olherll.Beware the ."uwann r I
I Let the;win's boast-it sulwted, three of which contained a was veiy ouch enlarged I raised blood several time; : : the'I1xcept t Section. Clue,elenn an1
him and have nominated an opposition ticket ; t is all the consolation they were I seveietha the twelve,) an ,
pr of Millard FJhnorc. I the pain III my side ww 5.0 I tars pas* fr tOWflsip In. east of
ad his friends hesitate not to declare that he wiU I will have. Their ticket cannot sucle dor we read provision tgive the Prfsidc a negative on 1fl4 in the street by the door affected me. I was said tlver.f'1cel .ia 7en eijtbteen 111D... r.

I veto any such measure, shoud! i pass Congress. j! the signs of the I HUtS with little sagacity. In every That Lfbrl. I II acts of C State New York the I II Mr. Rdolph,(>(Virginia, (Edmund Ran hut all to no (purpose ; I got no rt litf. At lust my > .
Will the South, then pause as between which of the I save democracy are erthuiaitic : The Marianne Whiz concludes an editorial in reply i Townships twenly-three snv2 f'anCeseventeen _t
I physician: said he could not cure me. I expected todeVwn nd f'
President lo'gellur
two candidte to choose ? Gen. TAYLOR may be I in support of our ticket, while there are constant: to 4 letter published in the Floridun ct the1 ;I dolph.) pposed Jo give the hut providentially I head cf and obtaineda fractional townships Ihi/ly-ofle. /ntfOitr._ -* ,
t I of the XaI .r3bflt7s f
squally opposed to \\iv principle of the Proviso: with I accessions to our ranks from the -ppoition. Stand jnt. At follow : ;i ma convenient number bottle of your Balsam which relieved me at once. t'ren. thirty-eight anj lhirt>-biue, -s-c Cigur tf

Gen. CAM. I so, why not tell the country ? Why I frm,thei, and an overwhelming defeat awaits whig- Taylor and Fillmore riot popular.! Our pin : Tional Judiary," the power to revise and de. I wa encouraged lo persevere in using: if, until I I teen.To"'nlhirs |wecfy-lhrrt and twenty-four, .. __ .Jt' .
afterwards five botljr. which eased life and cured
decline lo trust the people with an avowal of his intended I ger)'. Our cause is just-our candidates pure and for some time refused to cop> the lil/l." feat bills.lless passed by look four or my towrsbip Ihi"1''', town hi"| IL,,,-,*. .
health is ood. For Liver Complaint
course ? Let the people judge! I it i is to I unsullied: -and we must and shall succeed. Now what are the facts ? The Whig8l'eaJ..erund ;: of !both Flises of Congress. me.-. I b.My fieve i it u a now most certain cure. thirty-seven, 1bi-ei hl and fractional I01llulup r'i I
dries of South Carolina nineteen.lional .
; a race fIr office and tpuilt, let it be avowed. I leaders are ashamed of tlieu' candidate ..t'illiore.Geri. Mr. Pincknfy, I Si..nptL; M\RTIIA A. BETCHEL.I thirtv-nine.of ranire .
b I The Taylorites, driven to tLe wall fur I j I give the power lo the President arn'acq.taieted witi! Mrs. Betchcl-her statement T Townships twenty:*bros.< (except the W"PnI tier
there are no interests at stake, besides those of the Tajlor may do wj ii Home, but Iron) of the lea- I. I of Sectivns,) thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-six, tbir- t J

Presidential hangers on,let the country be informed i something to say. why sentence of political j I ding Whigs prelur{ Clay. As to Fillmore, we heard I!;: almost iilie!' the precise Constitution.form and words in uhich is true.Sfencd, WHlT.\LL STOKES Drugcisf. tyeveo! thirty.eigbt. a&d H rt.niti4t. ot range 1.

tif it. But if there are great principles to be decided -I death should not be {fussed upon them by the Major Piracy make a three hours speech at Holmes it appcajiu York No'ie genuine unless signed I. BUTTS on the jv fDty- ir
llam'dlon of Ne-.v thirty-one and tLirty-two
jfzander thirty
by the result of this electionlet us know whether Valley. lie decried a U. S. Bank as an obsolete idea. : Mr. rapper. Townships ,
people, as an objection to Gen. CASS t
urge 1: the to the President rarer twenty-one.
I' proposed give power For sale by E BARNARD, Jr. Dru2si, Tallanssee .'
the candidates are fish, flesh or fowl-one thing or The Protective Tariff Distribution of the proceeds thirty-twn. thirty
Townships thirty-one
that La voted to ta tea and coffee So Le absolute without subsequent reference, DIADD, Newport and b; pru;gists gene- thirty.
: No to of the sales of Ihe Public Lands Internal any (
tit other-(or u or against us. man goes a Improvej : I three and thirty-four range twenty-two.
blacksmith to mend hij watch or to the carpenter to did, fellow citizens, and we honor him for the j by the General] Government-were ail laid on of a billje disapproved to Congress. ally throughout United States.MARRIED At the land office at ST. AUGUSTI!E.cotncnu- ; t

shoe his horse. No man employs a lawyer to administer vote Nine tenths of tie people of the United I|I the shelf until after the war debt is paid, then we ) fndolph's plan met with strong op- I ----- - -- ------ I cing on Monday,the sixteenth day of October the nezl.f 0.,
I rejected. Mr. hamilton'swas i iI r the disposal of the public lands withjo, oa4criceoJionr -
physic, or a doctor to give him law No States would have done the same thing under presume to be revived. TI.e war debt he told us was I\I position.nd stilltore was strongly opposed, and was also I On the 2J instant by Ihe Rev Dr. Rutled.e, theHon. II i
one takes a note, a Mr. CLAY l Js, except it be.irne similar circumstances. What were the circumstances one hundred and seventy millions of dollars, when |!: But Mr. Pinckney's was adopted GEORGE S. HAWKINS to Miss MARY R. I, South of the bate line and East cf the piindpal tI .
or a bank bill, when the Cashier to documents show the sum to be less than sixty five :\ rejected I I meridian. ..
of this
reue ? lie Toted to ta tea and coffee I. unaain.jiy, ater a thorough discussion by JROCKENDROUGH, city. I Townships eighteen, nineteen and Iwenty. |otl} J
us 'hethe he has specie in his vault to redeem million AH this he told us, all about Gen. Taylor :! I
tel to raise to .on the :'. ihe wis body of statesmen that ever assemi On Thursday, 3d instant by the Rev. Dr. Miles j fractional township twenty-one, of range tweoyeisht. .
money carry government II
it Let the reader make the application of these too, but during the whole three hours con.umed,1.ot .1 t "1Fnact
icmarks, and vote accordingly while in the midst of a righteous and necessary -I one word was said about Fillmore-his name tc.l8 j i: bled sin irth. Nash. Mr. JOSEPH A. J. RONEY t. Miss CAROLINE lanai township nineteen sod tow n ipl.ftlf!. .
I : It is urged by those who are are wise JEKFCOATE. all of Leon County.On .
Here is I Ihe letter of Gen. TAYLOR, and Ihe question war begun by Mexico! But the factious not once mentioned in a three hour tpeech. At the riP I of range l"ent1.orne. 11
above is written that the rrto gives too ti-enty-fonr. and fractional township 5
\tit 3d inst the Rev. Dr. Rutledge. Dr. B. Township
the by
propounded to him : refused allow the had :I Union .Academy near Marianna, another Whig erator. -
whig to tax I
party and that. rsajorily of \srenty-five.of range thirty. j
much pier f lo one man, CORNELIA. ARCHER. -
"ShuldOU become President of the United Mr. almost denied that Fillmore S. SCR1VEN to Miss and frac-
Campbell, was and enty-fowT.
weald rather the government should Loot the money I' both Hates of Congress is a safer depository Townships Iweary-two
tto an act of Congras., which elf this
you ail city. Sntitmtwelve7hirjeen
SalP a candidate at all. We know, and the Editor of the I j 1 But wise ticanaltownshiplwenty.fiveeteP?
prohibit slavery or involuntaiy) servitude forever and thereby increase the public debt and 1 of pow than the President. our -- --- ----- tjyeaty-four and twenty-five) pf r J}.e II
I Whig knows that Fillmore is a heavy weight fur the i iI I
except for crime, in all the territories of the I anceslof thought that neither was so safe as '
.United States, where it does not now exiat :. make a high tariff necessary They were !1 I Whigs to carry-and further that many ol the honest i I Iw requi no check. They therefore, guar Jackson Lodge, No. 1. thirty-one.Townships twenty-one.twenty-tw,lwenty-4nree,

Gen. Taylor's answer. too patriotic to vote a ta on tea and coffee 1 j I Whigs of Jackson and the West generally, will not I ded hot[ They gave the .Congress power Jo A REGULAR 1. will be held MEETING at the Masonic of Jackson Hall Lodge in thi; ,city No. and twenty-four,and fractional township twenty-five

6 BATOX KorGE, La Feb. t!, 11S. when the country was involved in foreign !I ,vote for the abolitionist f'illmore, however much i pass lai without the approval of the President this evening.. Members will please be punctual in of Township range thirty-two.nineteen l Sections one. two three.

a Si& : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt tear-but how was it in 1842, when the coun- I j they may admire Gen. Talor. TLe General his | fovided two-third of each House their attendance. All Masonic brethren in good Sectitni ten to fiftee?' inclusive, Settyt twenty.

ofyoor communication of the 3d int-t. i been placed in bad company: and must in many in- j acreeof But to the President w potter at all landing, visiting our city, are respectfully invited one to twenty-seven inclusive, ana fipcrjen. thirt'v-i
In reply voar / hate to inform iry was at peace with all the world ? How !j W. M. I.
to. of (
inquiries. you !! stances suffer Lc 1 have lai" down at a :. not to girr I Isay it then ? Did was glen to pass any : power merely S. S. SIBLEY Sec'v.August -
prncp. was they A on tea i ional township twenty; townshiptwentycmetownship
.1"lt. o prejudge way the ra- oppose ta i|I What was said in the letter alluded to will be proi i I nrg ire; he can only in certain cases, :.1849. 3 twenty-two (except Seelim one,twelve thiu
policy note at itrue between the and coffee ? Not they !-they a tariff, ecU when counted.
runu I passed ,I correct the voles are The Whigs ) prevenlCangreM; from enacting a law. een.twcnly-firtjr and Iwenly-five) and townships

'elitieaIpertie.would would of not the do country,were I, topromive to the Pretideney whatI law to protect Massachusetts capitalists, and to :': ale given to boasting-it u -their old trick. They j M Tt primary inducement to conferring the Florida R, A. Chapter, No. 1. !wenty-fiveandtwenty-sixo( range Ihirtj-three.'
tlrte I II 1 I have deceived the people to oil en in Ihis that j the of Florida Royal Arch Sections three four five. Section nine Jtp Arteeninclrwive.
of the Untied State; n in the case render that protection more permanent and way powerin question upon Eiecutiw., saysan REGULAR MEETING inclusive ...
presented in your letter I regret to add, I see no [ little confidence is placeJ in their assertions. { a.b) writer on the Constitution, is to en- : A Chapter. No. I. will be held at the Masonic Section' twenty-two JU tweitfy-seren
complete they inserted tax and th 1'lf fi.Ye. and
a lea Section tbirtHwr
on cof.fee neit at 8 o'clock. and
rea< the j is
With my profound,acknowledgment.fqr he friend Millard Fillmore voted for it This !: Maine Cass. A of the ablehim; to defend himself: secondary I Punctual attendance H retired. By order thirty-six in township twenty two. and township-..
sure for correspondent sia incla :
i I' to iry-ease hit chances in favor of.the community ftlksH P. twenty-three (except Sections one to *. .ir.J
ly sentiments me which have been
pleased to express towad., I remain, sir, with you great rfwt.! t'a dune in the midst profound peace, when'j t! Boston Courier, (whig) writingfjotn. WhigNational gainst the passage of bad laws through Aug. 5 ISiS- 1. It TAYLOR, F -c. of range tbirty.fonr. four eastern .j .v

your obedient .-rrnt. Z. TAYLOR.Mr. there was not the slightest pretext (for it-but Convention June Oih, says : hasleinadcfrlance, or design" Notice tit'flol Fractional Sections township in township(weely-two.he twewty-n,e. and Set .% ,
B. M. McCoMKEr, Cincinnati. when our country became involved in war, i J t I The delegates from Maine tre talking j Nf r, without this power, the President lions one 10 four inclusive Sections Dine lo fiftHI'I I
woulcbe at hp of the majority in Con. a i. r. WIRT M. D. 3.CALL. M 'D.DR inclusive and Section twenty-two to twenty-seven
and dollar was waned: to feed and clothe about and friend is mercy
Geo Cats and the Whig Pren. every | availability, oir -i a' themselvesin
who might even withhold his salary, WIRT t CALL have associated inclusive, iu towntiip tirenty-sis, of range tbirt!.- j
The following garbled extract is going the our gallant: soldiers in ,the eld!, the llari 'j Taylor man because Maine will give more I press, and the practice of Medicine Surgery A.C., and five. .
would uncontrolled might
votes, as he says fur Taylor than for whils tli.ei, offer their sem'ccs lo the public. Fractionaltownslyps nineteen a.adzweatyofrange i ithirtysiT.
rounds of tbe Whig press : whig prt. conld'nt vote the tax They j Whi I cannot find, however, that he thinks I increfe their oven }ay to cny extent they Office over Drag Store Minticello. Florida. .1
.We no We have been. voted it of for the benefit of Ab. 48. 3 ly Jand office at TALLAHASSEE commenr
are .1nfbrIJe. neter peace j there: i. the least chance fur the State <
principle We never, Ihal pray be.e for its deprecate abolition its every existence where in Lot Lawrence and the New England capital. I going for any body except Cass. Maine is ie an example\ embracing both the in. Sale postponed until Tuesday tith August. cing,on far il.meay the disposal, the tw.c of toe,.uurll public Cay land olnxt situate uctuner

HtoAere thit raw h effected juttly and peaceably, i&t but they would not vote it for the benefit fortunately governed by some laws similar to ducenents spoken of by the writer just quoted. Tax Collector's Sale. within. the nndermentkme4 .township andpartjo; t'i I'

. 1 easily for both p't }.-&} of the and her defcpjers the those of Massachusetts, and in relation to ; ut'lere' are many very many, other cases townships wit: : ;.

; Xow, how much higher in public opinion plains cunrg.of Mexico true on Presidential electors her laws require a ..ma in wiich Congress could abuse their power BY virtue*of pote Ihe(for authority sale before yesti d the in Court toe by Hous law I South .0 f Ac lee line.rntri4i, and n.East if the principal jC t

these gentlemen would stand, if they would jority instead of a plurality vote. The coruse- io tit in.juq110t only of the President, but of door, i.nlht' city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday The two eastern tiers of Sections in township 'i a7 i

only be honest and do Let. the people beware of patriots in peace, quence is, that let who will be nominated at the hole country, if Uiere were no restraint in Annual netthe following described property. or (two the east half of township three and tewtwbii' J.I}

, a political opponent a I but factionists in WAR Philadelphia, the role of Maine must for upoitheir action. 5 a much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the State four, (except the eastern tier of Scctipnf) ot r0f; '. i
1 .simple act of justice. Their readers I go due thereon for the year 1841: :
and Covnty .
o\'n Cass fir tbe whigs have not a and Anon!: other things they migHt create num. three.
1 ; N aad E
would] Section, 15, Towrmbip I. Range 1, pnr- Township two (except Set'/i.one tn twelve in- 'ej f
better enlightened, and the demo. 1I in default Banks themselves the Presi. I
Taylor of
b I Blarney. I an election by the people, the her.ss making 'pot1iRg.tGl1Mtll1ng to \Y. G. G u14. clusive. and Sections seventeen, eighteen nineteen 3.
crate.would hare no ground of complaint. I! "I is a right inherent in every freeman to I I Legislature which was elected last ) eur, and dens and Directors of those institutions, and A. A. .'ISHIR. Sht'nK thirty and Ibirty-one.) Sectiint .ic i ands ven. iij I"

tfce/ wish that the country should understand possess himself the political principles and is locofoco will of course vote for the tegular mnUng these Banks the d"positories of the and ex W Tax CUtector Leon Co. township three,and fractional township fire(except
candidate of their They mijiht create not only January 20, 188. 28 Sections three, four, fyre sad six,) ol ranrr (trr- I
opinions of those into whose hands the administration party. pubJf moneys.
Len. until Tuesday
CASS true lo above sale has been postponed
position, they ougLt fjtj-The
ceaerUOi United States Bank with few ( Townships three and (our.andlraction4 township
a 'II
of the be one inlc 5, 1848.
I government may placed. Sth. August
August five.
C> aud teport Lira I.iLfuUJ. The -Gen. Taylor to Dr. Delony, June 9, 1843. I, The hearts of the People roust be prepared for braxhes but as many separate and independert Towns range ipfive.orangesz.Township : m.livr.ol

.1 t paragraph from which the above is taken war."-We see that (HIM sentiment is still ascribed loG Banks as there are places in Ihe Union Attachment.In njo*. of range t.weive.Sections -
na. thus: I have no Concealment % rn. CAS by the Whig press. The last Mtriana; \vlpre public monejs are collected-even at Court for the 2>l Dittiict #fLcn county JJIJ f. deem Iwejve. thirteen, toart<+*>? '

'We are ao jrlave-h Mt-r. We never have LeeB. "I reply lo your inquiries, J have to inform Whig qpotes it as from lorn. We will inform the every Past Office. And they could shew for Justus R. Fortune, Agent. ) I Section twenty-three to !Iwenfj-feven' and lhirty-i nclusrv,.. t fin

:XTe Deer haL\ .be. We deprecate its existence iu you that I have laid it down as a principle editor of the Whig that Gen. .A.IS never used the t this, lust as much authority from the Censtilu r'. 'S Debt 19 50. and towB.5ecrw.bipe* thirty.fcer.ihiiYfi'S* aDd.(wiuhips eight and nine,of 1Jt

iocplt. sad pray for its abolition every where. not to give nay opiuiocs upon or prejudge in language above. The language is hJt l ol I lr. ALJ.EN. tim as they can produce for the jestamialunen JR H WhiCn and*M. fathers) hereby notified of I.t ranle.tGiltlea. 40I :
e can effected justly and peaceably, and any way the \'ariousQUt.'AlilJDS of policy now at of jQtio.And; be found Bank. TIlE defendant are The fn Uion iJ township seven situated west etJite i
$ both parties. But would can on page 5S of the of one JL ;commencement. of rbi suit, returnable to a ,-os'
Cre,y snjl IQ dualalon.! and rnuid,<-r, and ruin not iuto carfY a issue between the political parties of the country Congressional Globe for li5-'t. We q.iote the Having thus the entire control of the ..pub. Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee oo the 9th I Suwannee appropriated river of by range l. for fimrtreo.Lands Ihe use. of school ; t,

peaceful community.to push on accomplishment I nor promise what 1 would or would not do, identical words of Mr. ALLEN : lie moneys, nnd. unrestrained power to I levy; d-y ol October nest and to appear and plead to the military or other p rpws J. will be excluded frun.tfce *"
.f the otjccJ.j But after visited the three were I elected to the Presidency of the United duties and and SlIme, :
huinr It has been well said on that flll [I liy Mr. NILES] aid collect taxes imposts, his 2d d.y nf J.gu.t. I salen. :11
and seal I
Novters of Ibe old contnent. say before Go.and State ; and that in the cases presented in that one of the wisest method ol avoiding, war was efjally unlimited po.wer.11 appropriating the .Ginn nder my hand The oflei Jns: of the above mentioned lands yiil be' .'

the f'. worl. that we landed.en far in more, ald more I your J letter, I regret to add I see no reason to prepare fur it but the only, or rather most effec raised who can calculate-I e*tent A. D. Ibl EDWARD M. WEST {L.CAL 3 commenced on the days sppnintrd.' U\i\ p oreed i" '-.,
misery .i.I. we Europe, and we for; preparation which could be made in the United m.neYln Jnstice of the Peaca. the order in which they are;a4ej4i .".with all am'-
hue not visited Ireland yet than we have ever seen departing from this principle. -Gen. States for Ibis state of things, was pnjiaration of ol prodigality, waste, and corruption that would 3m venient disrtalrh, until the whole shall have hr :
noog this class of people in the United SIal e.. Taylor to B. W. XcConkty, on the lmal the hearts of the people." ensue 1'They August 5. l48- 3 offered and tbe ca1&J >s closed. But no salt shake !' t 3'

Whatever may be taid.Jbere U coach of the patriarcl Proviso, Ftb. 19, 1848. Will the Mariana paper make Ihe amende honorable who framed the Jir/Ue charter of our Notice.. kept open relation'bhuer lie Southern planter and he vats entry of ii.y n(the lands will be admitted Jat.tnJtex >
? rights, werw j jealous of all power. Some herelofve exist. lin belwero
rtnership ?
distress hich is weeks.
1'1" e physical w seen "- alter the expiration ol the two
{ *a Europe, resulting (roll want fu. and from lie woiii have .lte... it in one department ; other in anothar THE I subscribers was dissolved by mtatual eon en.r Gi,y"n under my hand at tile City ol WaihinutM; th;"
iP*.ore to a rigorous winter "id o adequate The Whig papers have been abusing tho Post Of. Abbott Lawrence Muzz1ini/ie Press in They knew (Ibat all were more or less prone on the 251 t h July la t. Mr.laC V- Drake is duly third day of July,Anno Domini unelboj54s ff'uf t

.dbin.; we believe it to b.rare, a* not Jo fur a flee Department about the non-arrival of the letterto Boston.-It .will be remembered, that an an. to error, or liable to corruption. That it wa mthunzed to cloaetbe.ttt4ipa..5.Of 1e fimi.J.w.5FIEgWQOD. bendred and forty. i ) t
clemet in the .f this matter. Gen. TAYLOR, announcing his nomination the the the President ;
cf.idtulo as wise curb all, but at sam By
road da that to pot a -npon J. tf.; WAKE,
subject of tbe of two nouncement was some ). ago, JAMES L POUT-
aalfof human emancipation milo I Whig candidate for President. They even went so time fearing to each sufficient pouter to protect SAMUEL QJAILTaKahaa .
( among nothe! Mr. then editor of the Boston YMJtfC,
"Jslstieq of diflerent race and color and with difMfcabiUand far as to charge the Government with al/ilracting Buckingham, itself and
feelings, is one of the gravest qua.besubmittedto.ocety .- the letter But the truth has at last leaked oat. Couiler, had refused to support Geo. Taylor, to overleap their prescribed barrie*-. -- -

.4Mfil""S, $< to solve. It The letter mired at Baton Rouge, the residence of I and consequently, had Leen, bought out, and, Hence that.wise dutribution xif .po.wer ,-th..t Florida Exchange.HI NOTICE TQ )&E-MPflO! CLAIMANTS-
left en/jr to thote who are to beta te'tandthete will continue tb. business of the Every entit1edSe1bi&tuf 1 w-ec' **
and bt frow Mbw-riber person
it resulted
T From
Geo. 41'LO A. refused thence it admirable which aD
"W7sfferte4 it it lefi by the toeStltd that paper has gone on lo advocate the .whig machinery, T fiioiaVlho old "and. .bere b* will at all times to any of I4>.Ja 4s.wUb'v I*>. ''owpshir a" pant ItnwnpjiaeorS
.J Me went on lo the dead Jetter office ,sJ Washington, union mf counsels actuated by a common iro .
Une State IT i. A WAITE* I nominees accordingly. AV'e cut the following be h.m 10 the old fronds .f the hou and the ItItagtegiIJIdi* required le.stabThd'
w"s OCIflcAL CYE"lU'QI HA rio where it wan recognized. The Post faster at Baton pulse cf publiC tPfb4'f7' Per**. indebted 'o the firm willSnliwlcopy. the saijk tocelver the atj.stacti4s tI, the iegitOT j.ad if
c.cn.- Rouge has ioce written on toJh Dead Letter Of. startling announcement from the Philadelphia patriotilDl.JEFFEn.sON.. please c.all sad ,.etUe.tb.ir accounts .1 aD uly day. of the proper Lan4O&i, aDd "aktherefor. 'f.U\f'f

PubiWi the whole! paragraph, geuttewen I I.t Lee, and requested thai the refused letters may be Ledger, and ask, can U be possible! that this ISAAC N. DRAKE.Anvist M MMS s.prSelaa.Misfter teeiHr/nie n-
:, l84. 3 lice and before the da, apfoiateH Mffpewr
.t tg, S the subject on whid U wu I again forwarded Ceo. TAYLOR which has been iI an explanation of that raalter: _.a.-Some one, hitting offihe disposition __ Mot c44k i iblic salt at lbs Jand *ta&r ont J**

Ij '''0 w t. Rigg ofSearcb," and ILe rr. I II doM accordingly. Will the Whig pies tilts back A correspondent of a newspaper, writing (to speak extravagantly of tha-charms of new ,PC'VanL tAct cLaidrwiie. vaeleelalmwtB b.fcwfeitd -
I .J i..addressed ; the0 keep i a their abominable attacks on the Poet Muter G ae- from Boston says that oae of the parties there, counties,**," "In Oregon laborers get three O Epair of Msbosri Di..na.lor ale by C **1iins? .. G<*trt Lori ( Ululy .

I ," Ior t ct an IO"HI rnle! ral,because Gea. T. could'nl afftrd t.pay tht pctl.ffge or a portion of it. base declared that,. any dollar a day, and
.1 amounting lo_$T.35 ceat .' ,J\"ev, r rofU. i whig prexi whCh shall refuse to support 9en.C. wood- Jtl, 13, 1.l8-


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-t Lt MEDICAL NOTICE. -THE following which-w. utrc Horn the Cam.= Newport Spring, Florida. AXENDXKXTS T ThIs Boot and Shoe Mag.THEuenpe.hningp8rhued. STEAMER GLASGOW, ; )

I. from E- L Frazer. of Florida. the
the State
# 14i. WILSON and VAN WYCK. (late Profewr Kt rshaw JournA C.Farrnington Ry. o o I .
D Di.tric. S
*J l 01 StCeTY in Ihe Franklin Medical College of ,Kershaw District J>.C.. f a RiHf ELD,who i i. about leaving the State
f a co-partnmhip for the 5 Proposed and to by ) informs his
1 .' Pbila.dflp"ia\ .rme May 19. 1848. ate th thie Ge respectfully friends and the Q
and ( )
t te' ETsrSjCTION SURGERY .rte I have used in my family Dr. Hull's PeTer and Assembly; t th th"z, public that he i is at present af the old .lnd.wherehe ;

I ;. : .. OF MEDICAL SUDENS.P Ag-ie: Pills, and auto Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, WAKULLA HOTEL.having undergone ex- General Assembly. o I it prepared to execute all work in with

tint. from a distance CM b wel Iecommoat. for the last two years, and have no hesitation' in pronouncing TiE improvements i is now open for the reception promptness and despatch. He has on hand 'he fet THE "

___ p ed. and on reasonable' term*. lot.t or them to excellent family of ,under the of Mrs of skins, and all sort of materials, and
t mot mciclcsnd. guests superintendence AN I
b the Sib Article wi
ACT of
Clause GLASGOW is
... to amend Ihe 12th now r
L l>iiv teBonrdingH< '! nflhe city and ca rein .an act ( justice to the worthy proprietor MADDEN. whose experience and well known quali of the Constitution of this.State that the make at short notice,and in the best manner GEN. the Suwannec prrorminKI* rrgvkr

r .t* :; from the Subscriber* such Medical and Surgical at. of these invaluable Pill, I will slate, for the information tiea.a hostess warrants the promise that no expense 1 TLEMENS BOOTS ANDSHOESOI every descrip Colo&
of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offi This boat is n
;et tention ather; cacti may require. and satisfaction of all that my o r attention will be withheld that would add to the Judge tion. Bt.fooled, soled,and otherwise repaired 10 Keys. strongly r
A limiteul number ot( OFFICE STUDENTS concere. ce for a term of eight years instead of during terulsand propelled by two engines,
1 3'uL j wife prior to onr marriage, been mere or comfort and pleasure of visitor good at reasonable charges. He wi war 1'
V be received, who will be supplied with Books,Plates t he subject of Chills and Fevrri lor about eighteen These Springs are situated n the St.Marks Rnr. good bbnior.. rant his work to b equal to any done in carrying one hundred tons burthen; or
it enacted by the Senate and If suseofRepresentatives pJce. cotton, with suitable .
'u. i : Anatomical and other Preparations-will b rrg. months. having tried various remedies without success five miles above it. junction with the and to iY as good satisfaction to fining accommodations tot
the State of Florida in General I of "
r :i' larly examined in the prgTcss of their and was much reduced in flesh. A few eighteen miles South of Tallahassee, in the of other workman. engers. light draft, requiring but H'

4 '. enrdinl tn the mod* pursued in the large Northern dV':7 zs after our marriage very she commenced with Spencer's abut mid.t of a health pine region. open to the constant the 51 Assembly convened That Ihe 12th Clause of 1ERCH. es water,thereby enabling her to Dt,1
of the Constitution of this State JOlN
rtjfnill be taujlit to compound and dwpense Nand in a day or two afterwards with HulFt sea breeze from the Gulf,rendering it areadence, Artice b May 8. 42 regularly at all reasons of the year bclwtea C IB.
to read follows, vrz That at 194. I bus and Cedar
Medicine and will be in the minor box of each the re- months, 1 : Keys.leaving :
: inlruct used about a ; during the sultry summer truly Clumb every
of the Bleeding, Cup. Pisbe hal. ddgbtful expiration of the present term of office of the Judges DAY morning at 7 1t&
duties Surgeo She her thrownover o'dok.
has ,
day regained sub
was,a RADICAL A bridge
F every healhand S tntia ben of the Circuit Courts, with the hereinafter NEW GOODS. FRIDAY aD Ctu
every morning. Should
: Bandaging &c and has had shore within
; : yin & strength !, no b ( sea an
: Private OIIice '" an, American citY very "piI reu men'ione' the Justices of the Supreme Court age l-e extended or the interest!of ptR
P- nj Chills and Fever I believe these hours tide on horseback or in carriages, wrtre con sbipp,
44- "rh"r .mc. medicnesto and of the Circuit Courts,shall be electedfor subscribers would the attention of the
1. :: \ af"r.a titer variety of .and ..pproudh'mflip. be harmless and safe; and when used I. venience for sea bathing will be found at al times.. Jin'ges rUE ni her to perform two tip per week. the i'
a term of eight and shall hold their to the choice assortmentof
.14 facilities for years ofce an nte.iye will cheerfully tn, and
more results.i withe
4 .; or present practical I directed, are attended with satisfactory The bathing establishment connected Hotel for that term, unless sooner removed under provisions GOODS now receiving per Brigs Wakulla and change,or add acqdut new boat matll Be

i' t( I : L FRZRTe has been thoroughly repaired and impro.mfnt made in this Constitution the Emetine. Their stock has been selected ariothe (.
: ', ;: Tn'connetion with this department, it may be pro- I made so that plunge and shower can cv ur.nihel for removal of ,with care, capacity the one now employed. As toon o U.
4 state that soon as an Infirmary; influential Plan Judges by address or impeachment; and for wilful from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this boat will extend her trips I
to from of
:*. 4. : for per the reception.of both pulbll. Surgical Pa., fo1on'ing testimony County we take an from the Macon I Itfr the at all hours of the intrinsic day free value charge.taetherwith and Cracu- nelec of duty' or other reasonable cause, which York. ; and,having been purchased at reduced prices., wannee river to The Upper Spring nt op{ UII"
\ acknowledged not be sufficient for the they are enabled to furnish their customers at al
impeachment. Wilhlacoocbie
lients will be opened, when students will have theopportunity effect of the particular ground prices riVer. 'pl
bus water
Telegraph : in resent
I < rt 1 v.K practically studying disease Washington County. Ga., January 5. 1S47. attractions to the invalid and citizen catS of leisee not of Governor shall remove any of them on the address proportionately' low. Their The undersigned would further slate thai be

$ I., : : .I. Tallahassee, July 20th. 1 lulS.. Dr. Calvin F Hull-Dear ir-I has been about surpassed in the Southern Slates Those in ,rsuit two-thirds of the Genera Assembly; Proued. V ooTj MQi. otheis proprietors of this br. bate availed a1
That the
t J. T. J. WILSON, M D. I Freer and find boats for however shall .tate W h selves of the provisions of vtil
I three year since commenced !ing your of pleasure alone, can alwa) thing length in such address and entered on the of is the best material. and b'inl manufactured entifledA.
d j C.C.V.NWYCK.M D. Jgue and Asfi-&eer Pillt on my plntalion. I parties, or excursions to the Wakulla Spring the each House. journals directly eye of all improve navigation and to nivigate th. S wi
.. : 4ndprovidedfurtlier.That the cau e Stiman. nee river and for other
: .F 02 I fim Fe. I therein
.. July S have had a large number of cases of Bay,or can enjoy the more exciting pteauresf the or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended fear of shop-u&rk is thereby precluded, personspurchasing enacted the purposes menfjoof/'
at last
------- and few of Billious Fever and in no instance the Ten Pin Alley, thgaroeof session of the Legislator .
some seek
.. Yer chase, exrrcue to be removed,and he shall be admitted lo may rely upon getting article well of :
Notice. a bearing a State of Florida that
; 4 -' .. of either form of Fever have I failed to effect Billiards or the healthful dance. In word, in his own defence,before vote for such removal made. Among the articles comprising their their ; they hae refenlly crmiztd
persons having claim. against Iheeatgteol' '1 a cure when directions were followed and they were u I lung possible will done to make the/pnngs// any company: pursuant to the provisIons
: .
V every b = and in such cases the vote shall be taken lid act,
: .': ALL late Dr. Isaac D. Newton, deceased,ol Leon taken at the commencement of the disease. I have an agreeable resort. .hal pas and and FALL. AND. JVY'ER STOCKmay under the name and style of the Florida Seftt hrm
entered the Journals
K of each
.. .t -I. County are requested to premsnt them to the undersigned had greater success in using your Pills, than with, I June 10. 1S4S. 47 yeas,r..n".t nays i v.t on be found the following: :' Improvement and Steam Navigation Caripuw

Y Administrator, within the lime rrucribf by any other medicine I have ever used in my family ; 101 Src.2. Be I Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Bla-k, The Company will soon complete I heir arrangeaenu

.c .1l Jaw. or this notice will be plead in of recovery there i:no doubt that when used according to direc To Country Merchant appointed under itfwtherenaetedThatthe this amended Constitution Judges,shall first be Brown and Invis.Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Raxa. of which due notice will be given, for poreiitjiii

k anJ all to estate are lions will speedy radical cure. has ant'is I Gotha Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer Cotton and other products of the
1' ; ; persons Idebte lid dec a an IlETin Manufactory now onstantly divided by lot into four The first class shall I do- liberal country,or Jbi|
r reu"te to make payment. respect, T adding to its tock, a complete 2
PATRICK SMITH. EMANUEL BROWN. j\w .// .Jripli.fl5. I ha. udt-c new machinery years, the second for the and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk reuired. As soon .practicable a IJM.
S' IS, HH' ZIU ir I ne above vaLuable mdicints. Iresh and gen. which the work done than term of four yeais,the third and Blue Cloths,Pantaloons of Black packets will be established by
: Jalr lZ mtul.nlur.z by is f tIlt ever for the term of six the French Cas _..____ '_. iheCocp157
uine.arefirsalebY LEWIS AMES, years, fourth for the term ot b / !".. tr. ..".i .n.?. v--__
: : 3 before in this place. eight user HIK KiDDea ao., fancy inecic & --- -- ---- .UII .na
z ; : :: Molasses and Sugar. July 1, 1843.- ,' T.lahauee. Fla There is a Pedler travelling all thf'ear from Ma. [ )'ears.Paistd the Senate' the Constitutional do. ; also,Tweed Sat melt t do.&c.: Stripe leans for the conveyance of freight and e"O

,. .. EXCELLENT ---- rianni to the Suwannee River to s ply 'the Mer- December by majority, of Black and Farcy Satins Striped and Plaid Silk, thereby securing to all its patrons, a safe Pnr

I '.1 ....:4 0 1:15\RRgL. Brown Sugar IfL.\SSE Dr. Spencer's Vegetable PillsAND chanls, who can always rely on ot wagon going sentatives by 21. 1S47.Constitutional Passed the House of Repre.6 Velvets' Plaid Cashmeres and Vilfncu. Plaid Silk ditious mode of transportation of their tlp t
majority eithef
4 ." ;. I.'or wle low by the package. t through the section above named, andelivrrmg the 1849] January Mazurkas, &.C. &,c. market as well a return cargo to its place '

v)* 'oj:; &LINDENBERGLR.j Tonic and es foralive Bitters. Tin. Any orders sent by mail wilt' promptly attended I April- 15, I 1918 39 They have alsoaneatensivea'sortmentof Cloth. destination. The rates of transportation in o
_i :> -\4 l IS BIRCHE. J.the Purification of the Blood, and RtlDingof to, and delivered at once to I Itrrbant.- 61I" Cassimers and Vestings unmanufactured, consisting instance exceed those heretofore chanced

: i.. . .1 : System from all Morbvl ", of We state that onr prices are always Ie sam, without in paft of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye for lik services, but a material reduction anO.fe

.4 I, ,, : Candles. Gland, Skin and Lfr. Morbul Humors, and the least vriation. Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and ntt i:contemplated at an early perio.u sco II,,

r' . Crstane Vitiated State of System, 4 e. We have on hand the following aities,I well Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Back Beaver and t the increase of business shall warrnt reduction.

I. ::" : ." GOOD SPEM. sale at 2 cents per pound I THEE Pills and Bitters have been steadily gain every thing kept in our line : a Castor do., French Clack Ca Ribbed do. The facilities' offered to parties of pleasure and others

c,, .1.. s. ', ., the popularity among all classes-are not now Furnace, such a every family ipd*; CO'kine do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the Keys, at all seasons cl' tb jearon.ef f

,.' ICIE&L1NDENBERGER. among those of doubtful efficacy' or experimental Stoves of the most approved kind me; Tight most fashionable el vies; VCSTINGS of Black and the most healthy and desirable for invalid*

:: ,... July 15,13 : character, but can be relied upon a composition; I Stoves for Chambers, Parlors, or lices ; Coffee Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen an others in the State and the beautiful and romu-

; White Beaver Hats. founded upon correct therapeutic principles, and I, Roaster, Double Rod Iron Pumps; Cream Free. From Tallahassee Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia, Venting of Rich scenery of the Suwanne will, it i is supposed,efftr

,. f ; confided in a safe pleasant and efficient Meicnfswhercvrr zers, &c.,&c.Junet,1S1S.. to Macon. V l'e Plush Xc. Xc. inducements to many to avail themselves of pins-

k. '"' ..k.v,. "1EST quality and most fashionable stjle,just reCC1VCd a Tonic or 'pnimt is needed! I -f<' Through in forty-tico hours from Tallahassee to ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF ant an excursion. 1

_ ." ,? by a Iurgati'e or simple Cathartic alone i. needel I, the> .Macon, and to Charleston in three days, Hats and This Company having I they believe,made all
--. .: ,*. fl- BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGER. alot stand unrivalled. Havana Syrups in time lo take the Mail Boats on Capsh1ontereyBro.( )< and Bleach'd Cotton tequtsite arrangements! for Ihe convenience and
July 15, IS**. 52. Pil They will positively cure, and hate in thousand .fnrf Preserves at rod to dote I Sate .J\"orth the fourth day. Linen and Cotton Shir'j, Undershirts, commodatiqn of the public, they solicit its K-

1 .1: ": of cases Dyspepsia, Jaundice. Liver Complaint, 5 DOZEN Orange Raspberry,and ange Flower ipliE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Monday Blk.., la1 Silk Cravats Silks and Merino do, age.SMITH. patros-

:: Srun.1 I_ Wednesday) ,. and t-; /. Stin Ar\ .T.imKeiYTst. "r\r4 A".I _fL_ _. ___ __ .._ _
: ; Eruptions the Skin, Sallow Complexion, GEneral Friday. at 4 A. r------ -o. .. v.. FfF 0.. nu'i.n1... 1 5-
o'cok. 11 '0
. Notce. Debility,LO o of Appetite, Suppressed Prespiration, d'oz. Havana Preserves in Jars, and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy; :Newton Rich Fancy Satin., and Undershirts, &. Co, Colun.bus. .1t1. SMITH lJessrl.A. HAR-l. r.
'I. months after will pre 4 Grass lily to Amencus and Plain do Scarfs, ;Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS. Madison.
Albany ,
SIX &.C. tc. As an excellent eradicator of mercury Hadsme Hammock. Perry,) on Tuesdays, Mevr IL'NAM & RICHARDS
..... their accounts and vouchers to the Honorahie front thetyrtem these Pills and Bitters are unequalled :\eent. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P M., in Jenny Lind Hbks. / ;de Drawers, Cedar Keys,or to the undersigned. ,

_ : Jude of Probate of Benton County and apply, The indications requiring Spencer's Pills and Bit- June :, 1 lSl.51'(. At the Tin <
;, ..' ft tO letters of dismission' a Administrator. .... and Ad-I I' tJ. J W' aw I ice Ice !', Mondays,Wednwdavs, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. Glove, Merino and Cotton Half' J..ME others.TUCKER
: nM.\ : i". !\;: --J--.I -ph_ .en !tongue is furred; when j the urine is THF ilhseriheuil deliver ICE at \ Ice House M.,and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays. Thurs. i Hose, Columbus!, Florida January 2.1S9.Propriet ly
A. A. I i ii and Saturdavs Patent Leather -
CLARK. dajs at 10 Shoes Umbrellas
& mghly colored P. M. This line Money Belts,
i when theic i is : o'cok.
; every .
in (the o'c.lk Dornin; cents'
pain re-
Administrator Administratrix connects' with the Central Shoulder Braces, & A.C. BULL& PRATORIUS
: I and bowels, when thrre tail'at the Ice HOl"e, or 5 cents' RoadSavannah, Au. .c. ,
Augusta, Benton Co., Fa., July I, lS<' fm < .. when -H ar-.,.nin.-_. ,.UI.. I _._. in fha etirrntinHmcr vil.;i...a .. ; U*. Road to Co- it the corner store under the Sentinel!
.o ua "u ---- I Office/
the skin leau; wnen furnished Ice u. Ga also connects with the Line October 23, IS-17. 14 iai
hot, at the Ice lmbus.
n House I
dry or yellow when for Mai
; the ;cents opposite the fhirnix
_ _: I appetite per Chattahoochie and Baildiaji,
: 4 Notce. male is poor; when there are ccld chills when the pound by the hundred weight Apalachicola -
e at the
A N A PPLI j next dreams are bad or startling in ; J. J T.AFFIX Passengers! can go from Tallahassee to Leon Circuit NOW OPENING a choice and well
AMemblr of Florida| sleep. & Cou.IN ARE selected
.L.L. .ess.onoftheCen. ; If taken on the occurrence of Tallahassee Ma -fi J3H. 41| Columbus in three days, and but one night will be rtment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS.
on the or of these
: any
of -
St'kholer al --- the road between Tallahassee V.
a charter indications of spent on and Macon. IGSand READY-MADE '
vincorPRa'l' Road of I approaching disease, and Creditor,' Bill fur itttlfment CLOTHING.
The < sickness tUJ be prevented ALACHUA HOUS1J'etenan ] The public may rest assuredthat every attention' will of Estate care and tate in the selection of .
''f, .r July Suth.H's/:1 3m The be paid to the comfort of thcse who James E. Brome and otheis (for themselves and them betowe these goods
Medicines fresh may patronizethis to all who wish
and ilning to
:. sale aloe genuine are lor eifle, Florida. | I Line. other creditors of( A. M. Gatlm, Complainant, purchase
; by good bargains you will do well to call
Wanted LEWrSA IES, V subscriber and examine
: JulvIlS4. 1 *. rUE having purchased t tHjouse and FARE: 1. our stock. It would be a great tax time
SITUATION as TEACHER,in a private family I -- ----- 5- Talaha'et. Fla. formerly owned and ocoied by J. 'I From TalabaP to Qui ney, .2;); to Bainbridge, Turbutt eton.Saah A. eton.hi, Wife Euc. tience to enumerate the different sad and pa

.t. ; A or acattemyby a 'Ong who hag had Medicines W. Pearson, Esq, at Newnansville, E.'., is now *3 ; tu 1, and to Macon, >2. utrix of A. and Defendant composing this assortment : stlp to pater'
V genleman Drugs, &c.
experience in giting in the different ready to accommodate Boarders and Trailers, and I WRIGHT &- SAWYER Proprietors. WHEREAS, By an order made by hu Honor portion of these cloths and cassimers of fIthat a
are 5flrItails's
branches of hopes by his exertions 'to make his DOUGLAS Judge on the lt December -
English Classical By JOHN M. YARN -
and gu com Boasted '
: Matbematica EDWARD BARNARD, JR., fortable as possible. He has (a Agent 1S47; in the above entitled Lustre, and the clothing' and
education, and Office the caue.the undersigned
good at t
is in every respect staUg. and a fcj- Plntrr's Hotel Tallahassee-C. > every article of their stock i is of a style and
pre. '
pare youths 'for any college in the Union. The : received by the late arrivals, a first rate ostler. always in attendance.GEORGE F:. BAILEY Agent ; Maj. NATHANS in Quincy. was appointed, among other things to takean that wi please the most fastidious. quality

) plicant can furnish testimonials of ability and char ap fresh arditiol to his stock of GEN M. ( rIN. July 17, 1S47._ 52 account of what 1!due to Complainants for their would mention that these CLOTHS of

ac'er.1n,1i' l be with a moderate AND 1EDICJNII all of Newnansville, May 13. 1S4S. 43 claims,and to all other creditors of said A. M. Gat the finest texture, the best English are
-- -- dye Frenchwool
.i. W. .. sJan. are of DR. J. REESE'S lm, with interest thereon ; and it ordered fur
Aderts. Savannah Ga. goo fo Cth. \a dyeblackdo.CassmmerLondon
I. iIT __. Groceries &c. wool dye black,
ther. "That the said
1 July I, ISIS.: 5 3"." .t u I In: I'LVUU''L -- - I .IVR_ & Mcflh.IIUIPERSONS ( Master do pause an advertise.! do.CaaFrench and German black cloths.do.
'V .
enuint. viz: Ill( III III LUS.; "ACU.VHAMS. 11ES. and n DVSPFPTIr ....v.... ment to be publishe in the' Floridian: a newspaper French fancy Cs'simers.VESTINGS -- CU

In Wakulla Circuit Improved Tonic Mix. /, SHOULDERS, of contituhoh and those of se- publiibe weekly in Tallahassee and in such of fine black Satin fine

.4 0 Cour. of Wild Cherry Brandreth's 1000 lb*. best Leaf Lard, habits, are often troubled with habitual other public newspapers a be shall think proper.for Silk Woollen 'Velvet CashmerrU plaid Satin,
.. SPRING TERM, ISIS.Thoretin 500 ibs. costiveness, which often exerts and Polkanetr,
? Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor Carolina Rice a very unfavorable the creditors of the said Alfred M Gatlm to Cerro Gor lo and
Lump in, Agent for ) Worm Cough and Dinner nonpl nd's 20 bbls. St. Louis Flour, influence upon their geuieral! health,which is particularly -I in before him,and prove their debts, on or before core the READY MA C"erubuo.lIontnel. checked
: 3 r Robert Lumpkin tacbrnet. Celebrated Fever and Ague Cordial, 10 sacks Rio Coffee, manifested by irregularity if not total loss of first day of May net; and that such of. (he creditorswhoshailnotcomein French dress and ob1k!
'; ; Debt S )J. Thompson' Eye Water 500 gallons choice appetite. In this condition of the system, this and their debts frock coats, do Egli.b 1'
.4 .J J MCMonns' Elixir of Opium. Liquors and Win, article prove by the time do. do., French Cassimer wo
Wll.m, S. Carpfnter. Bond 1500. Sands .confidently recommended with the I aforesaid shall Sack do.,
Vbbls be
J Sjrsapanlla Turner'l lever and Ague Pills, double rectified Whiskev.1 ,\ a3ur.ncethat. excluded the benefit of this decree black and cloth De.k
defendant and others interested ditto, Gordon's dozen best if the dos'i is properly adjusted so not and that such fancy Sack mixed do.skiD opera
C THE will take ut.- T.wler'l Billious and Anti-Dyspeptic Port Win as to ; persons not parties to the bill, coats,black beavercloth
of (the jns'ilution of the above suit by at. Pills, Beckwith's AntiDpeptic Pills, Peters' and I M.Ieira! Wine, i move the bowels too actively relief ma* be relied who shall come in before the said Master to prove Cloaks. Pant a loon of fine sack and over-coats, buck

I tachment and appear and plead to the declaration Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Townsend's 4 Shery" upon without any or even the least unpleasant con (heir debts do, before they are directors do. t black Cassimer,medium
admite a of
.. .. filed in the case within the lime prescribed by law. celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bte., at $1 per 5 Clae. f sequences resulting from the use of common purga. contribute to the complainants proportion of latest st\le.great variety rests of fancy Cawimer pants of the

C .- .. II. N. GRAY, bottle. Also superior Lemon S)rup prepared from Sap. Candles, Starch Cheese, Picklj I Olives tive medicines usually resorted to. the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said Trimmings every, description. Military
4. .. Attorney f far pure Citric or Lemon AcJ. fir. preferable for the Cabup.Mutad. Pepper.Grou Pepper, Persons subject to Bilious Chohc! may rely on the Master." And it was also ordered that .an account Stocks Hosiery, Shirts Cnntssl.adjusting

.. ... __July 1. 1849. W "3m Plintif sick or ordinary use sold, London Green and Black Tea&c., at the nf preventive properties of this medicine by using it on be taken of all securities or collaterals held by the with Suspenders and everything

.. % Porter ix., A.C. uualJ slore of & s. KIGHT.grocery t the first intimation! ,of approaching attack._ Thereare trditon r *rranprtivp1. and a TenorS HA Tn-J nr. ,)*. connecte. a gentleman's l outfit.. .. .. ...
.e" S -- nr, .- t._.. ".' .5.. .i
Molasses Barrels. June 10,1S43. 47 April29l5IS.I 41 some consuiuiions liable 10 regular aiiacics 01 same, an of the value of ; "i--a; also & r.t .1 v... ....-
0 eachi'd to the latest and
Billious Fever almost fall to such the ordered that" all ing most styles.
nfl VERY CHOICE very ; use of parties interrogatories approyf
( 4" 6 .z'J sale at the Store MOLASSES of S. S.BARRELS KNIGHT.(or Western Produce and Groceries. Pure Sulphate of Quinii this medicine is recommended, beginning to use it ,and produce all books and papers upon in THE N. B.REMAINDER.By the next ariva. expect to receive

.- June 17, iSIS. 43PROSPECTUS TUST received a supply of PROVISIONS TiE subscribers have on hand two hid red and by Those the middle whose of May or first of June. their custody or rO\Tr. relating thereto .on oath October l Id. 1547.

: .I AND GROCERIES at the store of ounces of Sulphate of Quinine vMch they, i digestive of organs are feeble often ex before" the said.Master, a the said Master shall di. 1
a and
have obtained direct from the manufactiirs. and perience sense fulne.weight oppression rect. Fine Perfumes
S. S. ,
". or June 10, 1S4S. 47 KNIGHT. (hey will warrant if t 'lo be a superior articlj about the stomach wi find this medicine Now.lhereore. all persons claiming to be credit ,

.t, We have enlarged our stock of Medicines afford almost immediate sid Gatlm are hereby in pursuance ol' From the Janfador Labi
Drugs 4 o Fars
:. The Southern Literary Gazette, by recent arrivals, and are prepared Ladies near their confinement often( suffer from lid order, notified to produce their: claims, and the .

.? I f. A WEEKLY JOURNAL, COMMENCED Notce. 'for articles tfxecute heartburn and costiveness: to uch this article is ',vouchers in support thereof, and all collateral and JO. ranium, Millefleurs, Patchoul, RO
IK ATHENS, GA. months after t order in our line, at wholesale t retail I Mignioneltt,
.. \. oNsArvapAy.mXl3morzdAy. SIX of the of undersiged. Adminis-: on the most accommodating, terms. highly recommended, a it can be used without the securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee Ambrosia Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,Ber.di la Rein,
"" elate late of least danger,and with great benefit. In sick within the
or time limited in said
We nervous -
EDITED Leon have order and Eglantine, Vanilla. Violets
t .. BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS. County will present his accounts an I vouchers alt a account jet due to -for the headache it is invaluable. otherwise with the BergamotreVervsis,

'1 ;.1 '..'. .:. THERE is not. South of the Potomac belore the lon. Judge of Probate for said County year ISThey are generally in smal I This article be found to comply provisions of the same Marrocam and el. Bouquet. :
; a single fount. as a plesint that they
whose and pray a final settlement but if the whole could be paid wi ac cordial may b admite parties to the said suit. Also. Glenn's Ashland Perfume, Jt
sole object and jould go and tonic and"Peo
to the
foster literary taste and talent in the is develop; this and said estate discharge from far towards liquidating clllain sums w'hichve owe. same time fulfilling restoring intention appetite that,the and at the Dated this, SIMON da December A. D. 1S47. Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Fower .
d every common TOWLE Master. The true Farina
'. fact is certainly! a sufficient reason for an earnest attempt THERESE BECKSTEIN, (By her agent) April 29, 1S4< LEWIS & IES. purgatives are intende to effect. It purely g. December 4, 1817. Speia American. Cologf1s French and

.. to establish such jourual. The failure of -,-- .- .- JOHN B DE CORCE. ___ 41__ etable. and. tsed according to the direction f *. 2 and de la Waters Bay Rum

k' previous efforts cannot be regarded by the intelligent tuy : is 44 fl uigars : Cigars wilt be found an invluable article,especially to t hoe W. @. OLWOKTM, Hair-oils Agua and Hair-dyes.Reme.fine Cosmetics and, rich Pomae

f .,: failures mind u an argument have been against and such an attempt. Those In Hamilton Circuit Court. 15 000 SPANISh REGALIASjustreeived afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver Atorney at Law fine and coarse Combs Bruhe Shaving for the Head. Sap
may General
probably the or Debility. County Florida
were ,
:. .'- re I and for ule by Nail.and Flesh. A article of Cold
.1.: ,. suit of circumstances no longer ui.tng. The need MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. L. H. GREENBERG 0. Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county. WILL attend the Circuit Court of the Middle in poU- For sale by superior LEWIS Cr.

I ... of such an organ in our ai.t. 1 universally ac- MAY TEKM. 1848. May 20, 1949. & 44 &f Georgia and for sale by appointment atE ,and of the County of Columbia of the December 4. l&n. 20 a AME

knwlege. that not to attempt t supply the del. John Wiiams. ) BARNARD Jr's., Eastern Circuit,Florida.MonticeHo .

I' y. wold indicate a disregard of the li > Bill for Divorce. Ern'AnnE T. Drug Store, Talahaee. August 22, 1546. 5 Spices Pickles &c.
the times Prusia Williams his ,
a scarcely more surprising inexcusable. Wife ) Notary Public DANIEL LADD ,
The progress ol the age and the rapid adnnc of IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Notce. TT.NDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins.Mangoes. OnJ -

.. .. the South in Conmece. Manufacture InternalluipruTemenis _Prujia WIJams. the Defendant in the u__ _ahnr___,_.5._*.- April I T.fUI.S8EJ: FLOllD. Montielo., SIX months after .bal present m)' final ac- \ and ions and mixed Pickles, pickled Lbster. Walnut !-

., iDleatiYry aemana a correspond.] ted case,do. in the State of Florida and HARDY BRYAN, and vouchers to n. Judge of Pro. Tomato Ketchups, Capers ,Mas-
ing advance in aid in this great ob that the sid defendant resides in the State of Geor. Spring and Summer Good&JIEVI'ON Agent for Toma county Georgia. bate in and for Leon County lt apply for tar J,Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vinegar,fresh

.' ,. ject he has established a Weekly Journal a the seal' gia.5 that the ordinary process of law cannot be May 22,1947. dismission a administrator of the estate leters"f Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Salmot.
of Joseph
the University of Georgia and rallied around it served upon her: upon motion of M. D. Allen,deceased. Shad and Halibut in canister Curry Powder and
." the best writer. of the South.. Solicitor for Complrant. it ordered L Court k HIGGS, New Goods-Spring Trade. COUNCIL B. Gayence, Brandy Cherrie,, Preserved Ginger Currant -
I by ,
,. Tbe Editor is assured of the support of )his able That b perfected upon said defendant by ARE now receiving a large and general asort- Administrator with the ALLE. Jelly, Macarroni,Yermicilli,Russia and American -

-4. coadjutors in the Orion Magazine, and also of much publication according to law in that cue made and ._ .L of_ of, SPRING.. .. AND. SIMME GODS, S? F. BIJRXEY JVbruarv 2f5. 1S49. 32 wi annne. Isinzlass. Irish Moss dried Currants. Prunes
.. other from the most provided: Jlnd it it w .aL me and Citrons.
ai.tnce prominent hereby ordered .Uel1DVle
: writers of by the Court aUenton puoi}
.', the Sth. GAZETTE is made up of natter both That the said Defendant appear on or before the first, March 2.5, 1848.. 36 WOULD return thanks to the public and country Doctor John P. Nutmegs, Mace Ginger, Allspice, Cinnamon,
generally, for the Duva
selected ; and comprises Tales Essays day of the neat term of said Court past liberal patron Cloves. Vamilla Beans, Sage. Summer Savory and
to be held he has /\FFERS his
on age from them and professional citizens
Sketches of Travels Poetry. Criticisms, and a Gen. Wednesday after the first Monday in October next Just Received, a continuance respectfully requests \J of Tallahassee and snie sweet Marjoram. Orange Flower, Reset Peach waters -
: of the
eral Miscellany of information in all departments of, and answer!the complaint! .t.of the Complainant LEWIS & AMI'S' Drug Store lme. I have just re.ceiyeper in surrounding country Office extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla..
.'w t 5 1 Literature Art and __ in his AT a fresh supply Warcallar, from New York,a GENERAL, Win Wi Non's Building, over HaIward' Book For sale
.' Particular attention "4 or New and Valuable by LEWIS & AMES.December
Sinee. is u.nge. mcj wiuoe taken as confel.ed. and ; Meicines-amnn GOODS which
n call and
given to Scientific the exasa
Court 4
a .' la Prctical Mechanics. will grant such decree as shall seem : the folbwing: 5- inc for yourselves. February 26, 1548. 32 1S47. 20
Mechanical it in in that
execution surpassed per case made and
by provided. DR. SPENCER'S
temporary and the aid of the fine A true from the Furniture Carpets &c. for Bale.
S .'. arts will not be copy minutes of the Couit : BITTERS John P. Duval ,

,. Southern wanting to enhance its attractions. Portraits of JOHN S. PURVIANCE, Clerk. Designed for and will cure Dyspepsia,, Liver Complaint Marin, Smith &Thorn, ATTORNEY 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches
and June AT LAW
writers pictures of 5, 164<5. ,
Southern Life and 40( 1. 1 handsome
4m Piles. Scrofula. all kindred and Mahogany Book Case, with draweil
Sotrv. will be presented. diseases Jundice-and Forwarding Merehants practice in the Courts of Middle and desk handsome
resulting from a stomacbor impure No. Gi, WILL Forida. 2 Carpets 1 Double Wheel Patent <
.4. :.. confidently appeals to the (friend of Hamilton Tax Sale. talc of blood. NEW-ORLEANS LA. Court of Appeals, and the Statt Corn-Sbeller. the most approved article in UM,
Literature in the South ; and he is happy to >Y District Court at Tallahassee. lo J.
4 announce virtue of the ,
.- .. "8 that hi* enterprise is of no doubtful B power vested in me by law, I DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, N. M. MARTIN G. W SMITH-THOS. Office in Wm. \V '
effort a large and genfrou.llt has il.ue.bern By obtain private door,shall in the expose for sale, before the Court House The safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation Refers to 1 THORN. Book Store Tallahassee.IOU'1 Buildings,over Haj ward Feb. 5, IbtS 29 At the Tin Manufactory
town of
'. : upward. of Subtcnbtr have Jasper, Hamilton' County,FloJida. before the public for the eradication of Won.', in I J February 2fl, 184S. Tax
: # -n Oe nDwtnl on the first Monday in November, 1949 Children or Adults. W. Argyle, A. Bfswick. S. S. Sibley, Collector's Sale.
their the
the Talahasee.
support Until
pleje paper. this J. L.
was following described .
; property or so much SmaUwoo Edmonds, virtue of the authority rested in lair I
.. complshfl. the editor w. unwilling to publish the Stale thereof a HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, .' Dr. C. C. Van B me by
pay and ,
wi 30 shall
County Taxes
J' his it due thereon for Will 1'38. WYk expose (for sale, before the Court House
.' ." I now given to the public. with }ear 1S47, to PRElElT Consumption and CURE: case of
the wit : I DR. ('. II. BUNTING LATE Professor of. Surger door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday
uneqnivscal that it Colds Asthma, Franklo
assurance shall be The ol Blood Pains
South ,
lVest Spitting the hide
permanent. ,
-t tqtiai cr of Section College"of has in August next, the
TERMS 31, up following described ,Vt
Township Shortness Phildelphia. kn
-I. The of
: &l Literary Gazette i* I. Range 13,South and But. Breth. all other Pulmonary Com DENTIST his residence in
', ': _.. published weekly on purporting to belong to plaints ., prepared engage so much thereof as will be sufficient lo pay the SU't
i' "'. S pages-printed (rom imperial quarto of William J. Mills. HAVING permanently located in Quincy,Florida in all the duties of his. profession. Office,South and County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47: i"

-, ;; :; per. new type on fine while pa- JOSIAH T. BAISDEN, -AWO- lelpecluUy tenders his services to the public of .Barflett's Buiding" Section Township 1. Range 1NaiadEpna"porting

z ;": 2. It is tn single and ex ofi Tax Col. Hamilton Sherif' Well DR HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS. in the yaiou! branches of his profession. From his June 47 to belong W. G. Gould.A. .
furnishe subscriber at April 3d Is known.a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure experience and in
"r Dollar. T. S success pracice. he feels assured A. FISHER. Sheriff
.i. ..I per. i d"anu-and to sil i (or and Ague, Chills aod Fever lotermitent of being able to please
cub. M. D. PAPY and Leon Co.
.I .or "n and all other may patronisebim. fx officio TM Collector
< IJol"T.1 Leather Fevers. Price reduced Dr. B. refers the ,
A Top to public to
", ..:. O .\ not Bug fO Sale. Cents Box. Stmtt-.e January29l848. 28
fances. (nmmunicton. containing remit. second per Co1 W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DATIMOI. g m m A Ea1W
V1&T:-, -' sure nr.licle artice. must b p.t.pail to en ALO ole Apply lo J. R. .FORTUNE Horse Bo di. 1 Tle by above Medicines fiesh and genuine. are for C. H. DUPONT, Dr. R. E. LITTLC. WILL in all the Court in the Middle G. W* HUTCHINS,

v.. :.;;"'. aUenton. WM. C. June 3,1813. 4 ft RICHARDS. th at their AUCTIONEER
.:t. ATHKM, May 13, I q.t. For certificates of TaUlblee. Fa. residence as u.ua1 itol,South wing room formerly occupied by the ,
and other information September II. 1847.
8 Secretary of the Territory. T.1LL.1KJISSEE Ff4-
\ ,
: Fetche Institute advertisements concerning Medicines,see future November 15, 1845. 17 in of the attended If, 514
: professional and pamphlet which ob Notice. SALES any part county
.4 rpHETnastee* Fletcher Instilile. Florida Con. I OFFERS. and I he service to the e ir tained of the Agents.Marefc may b SIX month after undersigned will 5.- JOHN ERSUINE, solicited. Smr7s.rsazecs.s
'.: f"pn.noffr.t ,on Tuesday,tto 1 Cl b Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel.. count Ii. 1S4. 35 his to'the Honorable pre ATTORNEY AT LAW : /
A<* yocher II. Bow F&4G'
r. Eq.. I La.owza ; .
f.t;; ', t. situate at D1e Inttate.se.katirul building lots, Mar 29. 1817 -5 tr Cabinet of Pbate ofLn .. -.nd- .nnl..,..IL'o a nln.v_ '1".fd. t tir < n,'.. u..,, I YS I' Wti ri.1t1'
'. w Tbomawtlle., Making &c. ten of .
: the Justices'
a high, di.mi.io" admini.tratO of estate of TT71LL attend the Courts of Gedsden January 22. 1849.
!;;; ing hetb.wel.wate, place-on'the follow Notice CO.PARTERSHlp.-Te undersigned have a- Henry J. Gukins. o said County,,decese. YY County the Circuit"Court of Middle Florida 27

; t 9. othird payable first SIX' months after dale; Ihe (nrther. from this date WESLEY MANNING. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of

t : Jaaa'.18 oehir Jantwry.foor 18V Plrh. of the estate of B. underigne., amir. the t\.o shops will be unite an business con By S. S. SIBLEY. Agent. November 22, 184$. 19 Geia. Thoma Jeff. Heir,

,* suit cap 4)w'm.rrr. Person o.wiching to a look tt said lots, as n. will present her account and vouchers to deed.the Hon. ducted by L YNCI i They are February 19. 1848. 31 6m 99-: Sentinel copy. t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .*

call I Jude.o.f Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to of work iq line practice in the Circuit Court IB O**
upon Mr. Hudson at to prepre I. descriptions (their WILL
7. .'. Toame. who) will ex- u a4sMoistratrix of said b' Newport Mineral Spring LEWIS & AMES and ii tb.P
to them a plan of tb a afed estate.' "ih fdelitland depatch.a000 M reasonable terms of tie Middle Circuit,

--,%>?> bib (., P. SMITH S E E LPSOMB. Adm'x. cb or approved acceptances I any workmen in DWELLING LOTS FOR preiie Court and United State District Cowl 4
AgeiK. (the SALE
; .>: 10. isd. 47 'ebr"26.198. 6m coantry. The continued patronage( of the pub. DE.LElSIJ Tallahassee.
tr. : Jan lic is respectfully ..olctf.F. undersigned binl f"U.mpoCe> DRUGS MEDICINES, PAIN OILS Monticello. January 29. 1548. Vo _

.M '\tf! Water Patent Showe Baths. ATHE mak. around the.above. f. rend !rlee reramer ., WI.t..Glau '
IF, eacehlent wliel; AT the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat and Nivember VINGERHOE size d\'elng lots of Spring PAIl. 4WI cL.IApotecrle" Coffee.
4fs AN fortuailJM. 7orsai.by .water suitable convenient SHOWER BATH intende for a "a'.IUa. 6, acre each which h. oren for tale low. Plans a CHat Ware, &c, on BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE.

S $ LINDENBIGER. cLambr. I opi.but little roo Jd 'DIJO. FOR SALE; to of the tam,with terms, A can be seen at D?. E constantly 1 o hand,and (0 vale A.! the .6'J3Odo.Rio do

: July 15, ( UICIE 1. drip water on the floot SULKY Apply Baraard'sTallahassee. come has first JL loN ** pio. 25 do. Lagtura do. -
SI. June 3, iSiS J. R.
received and for sale
SS Jane 10, Iii' 47 .It (the T a Mamfactory, Newport, February IP,18I9. 31 Tallahassee. November 2( 1S47. 13 Sept. 18,1817. o LLOYD&U'by '

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