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 19, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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BY AUTHORITY. ;;ea; COOUU-, bushels ,'iL-probably---- be r&Md

without hoins simply ploughing the corn

lets ud &so1utfonspaued at the First Session two or I m'y.aI, too, that I

of the Thirtieth Congress.g saw 5000 acre, all adjoining.

THE FLORIDIAN = Corn is eased by contract, for 4 lo 6 centsper
AN ACT lo extend act entitled An
63-- an bushel
:;act providing for the adjustment of all suspendepreemption < taken from the t !. Hogs are

land claim in the several State and raised on clover, oats and corn! and it is no

Territories,*approved third August,eighteen hundred infrequent to find farms with 150 of (heist

and fortT.aIL. and Htntse __ __ .. __ __ __ ___ ___ __ __u ____ ________-- ____ _' __ Smnters. On the Grand Prairie, no Ie the Senate f Repre-
it enaeted v
Rt 10.000 cattle from

irntattees assembled.of the United That the States power of.lmrrica and jurisdiction in Conrtu BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1848. VOL. XX..NO. 5. feeding in different, one brl.to four Cr the years Eastern, were

Inn to the Commissioner of the General Land Oifieeby _____ _u ._ __ market-.one takinJ can of I wo In .
the act of the third of August eighteen hundred -- =-z-=- ----i--:i -- .- I - I four for a compensation often
and forty-fix: .n it1f'd An act providing: (nr From the Albany Argvt. returned ; and I was yesterday informed, by 'and LavSg'clad in ',hln cotton apparel), Bad MUSIC FOR TiE MILLION. per Ltad.hundred per month. cents

the adjustment of nil !I\JIJf'ndf'd! pre-emption land) HURRAH FOR CASS AND BUTLER a member of that that Cass and netrljr Iheir whole clothing de trIed.and their AIR-" Dandy Jim"

claim in the several States and Territories," shall Hurrah! for CAS and BcTLrR Butler were good rgment. of the entireregiment. persons were burnt in a shocking manner.- I've often heard it said of Hir. TAYLOR AND MEXICAN TERRITORT.
and remain in force until the third day of
continue i-mst,one thousandtigtt hundred and fortynine.s B he cry from every tongue ; To complete the calamity. the vehicle took That Michigan; it i5 the State, The whig hare not only attempted to show
Democratic bannerTo Where Democrats are bound to shine] ,
C. VriNTHKOP.S fire and burnt Westclicstcr Pa.) ,
ROBT. was (
,'eaVer of the Home of Representatives. the breeze again is flung From the huh Legion of I'irginia. Record. up. As in Virginia and Caroline.For that Taylor was opposed to the Mexican ''Il j
Hurrah for Cast and Duller! dli'
the told
G. M. DALLAS, PUBLIC SENTIMENT.-SPIRIT OF DE ( people me !o. but Rome have attempted Id palm rifT the impression
!ate brighter never hone TiE Old CAM the man for the country. oli j
President of the United States and MOCRACY. I
Vice On fold !o fond'.y Jrde An Argument against Gen. Cass. I looked in his ff found it MI, that lie win opposed lo ihe a-q'iisi-
President of the Semite.Approved anr
As From all the lights before us, we feel fully JUt the oh !
a people's own. people me
; Julv 17, 154S The New York Albion, a British paper, pub : l lion Mexican lerritory. HavelLej I fargot. 41j
| JAMES K. POLK. Hurrah for Cass and Cutler! authorized to say' that (the signs of a glorioustriumph Thore Dr'LFI. too, he i. the man. his letter .
ten lo Gen. Gaines
lished in New York down I *
I'or the pen and for the handThat ofthe democracy in November were I city, comes upon \\o'l bring the Whijtgirs to a stand*

o .'-Q.( ;
menu-fourth ufMav eighteen hundred and tvt" n- honor of oi.r lai.d: democracy are beginning to arm for the con.Jlicl i That speaking ofthe democratic And with tier he's a favorite on. (ns previously elated) bejond SaUillo: __.de m.
h.fu'r. entitled An act supplementary to an act Either when the Briton proudly" paper For oh!the people told me*". it to
Approved on the third day of March one thousand thimfc the !sceptre of the ".aH'. -and all intelligent men of our party an. I nomination for President, says : I lie's a leading team in tI'Keystone! *"t too. lug' leI impr.Cliafe to do 10. I th"l
eicbt hundred and nint'teen. entitled An act Or iix>n oa soil the Aztec ticipate an easy victory over whigery in all its looked in his face and it so, a question a! to what i in best to I fl.Ifuoe. .

providing! for the correction of errois! in maliinjftitriesof :: Threw down the bloody 1i\. forms. Already are the whigs satisfied that Had any other candidate been nominated, Just as the people told trie oh'! //teems lo me, the m'Ml judicious course

. land at the land offices." General strength is derived exclusively we should have contented ourselves with announcing loir jurs. edo.t our part would beta take
Hurrah! for those who proudlyMay Taylor's Ob'e ask for not bine but what right
Be enaeted lif the Senite anti /r
assembled.fthe United That so States much of.lmeriea.of the act to w Conrrts 'hiclithif In days by gone : who tear not know-ay, know, and feel, toothat he can occasions manife&teJ. SO HOSTILEA We'l lick the('0 II ,content by ncgMialion extending from tie Gulf f .
To tell u< what they are! FEELING TOWARDS GREAT BU1T- >y electing CA!!our President. Mexico to the and
in Pacific
act if amendatory provides that the application Who believe the thonsht of never be elected without large accessions For oh the people me so.He's occupy same, or
for the correction of an enor of entry shall' be Tis a right to now.rlII'f democratic Stales from the democratic par. AIN ; that we must add OUR EXPRESSION the strongest' mal tol in the country, oh! leep what ve already hare posu8o of: and .

rude within JIT months after the date of such erronrrrai And w ho'eopl.0 every vital mla I
Approved entry.July be. and 17,the IS Is.same ill hereby,repealed. Either stand 3 friend or foe. any considerable portion ofthe democracy position before the country. WE CAN- Jut: a* the people told me oh! I the course of Ihe month. or a* soon as I can

Front the Washington Union. prepared to support General Tailor in preference FORGET HIS UNDISGUISED AND It's now I tell you one and alt, get the means transportation,) mil Cir vi

JVO. C.'i.-AN ACT lo amend an art ('ntitlN1n to their own regularly-nominated candidates REPEATED EFFORTS[ when Minister at Let'a. be united in the fall, all on this side of the Sierra Madre, atsamuurr
act supplemental to an act entitled An act pro. 7-Echo answers, where ?" the Court of France, lo plunge Great Britain And Gen. Cas we tan elect occupy trill / an. '
for the prosi-cution of the exiting war between : have been favored with a of the With the gallant Butler of the WebtFor Sullilo. *
aiding: copy and France OR SEVEN \
: \( It does the heart ofa democrat good to mingle into a vexed question ofthe right PROVINCES
the United States and the republic of Men- between the presi oh the people told me\ .
fo.'" and tor other purposes. flowing Hakimore convention and Gen.V. with the unpurchasablc democracy of tie of search. The steps he then took might Old CaOlI is the man for the ccmitry, oli thus holding Tampieo, Victoria, SaJio. Mon. ; i'a,

fe it enacted by the Senate and Jtoue of Rrprcsrntatiret ( country. Public sentiment and opinion can have been correct, sub rosa, according lo the 1 looked in his,(face and found it so, rloia, Chihuahua, (which I presume Gen.Wool -( -a

of the United States of Jmenca, in Con \ O. Butler. its nominee for the Vice Presidency only be correctly gathered by communing lax co of diplomatic morality ; but urgedas Just as the people (told me oh has possession of by Ibis lime,) Santa I
assembled. That t the proviso of the first sectiorof of the United States: General Butler the medium IV and
frets freely with the people at their homes-around arguments were through CalifurnIa-andsayto Mexico, Drive* -, jI
act approved the eighteenth day ol( June one received the letter to which he has repied! t
an ,
thousand eight hundred and lort>'.tiis:. in the to'.lowing : last the first ha'inItern ; their firesides-where their prejudices are not of puLl letters, they were dangerous lo the Gen. TAYLOR is iwt an abolitionist. -I us from the country !"-{bowing on her diP ,t

words : That when the war with Mexico shall only on Monday ; copy ; so excited as to mislead their judgments and peace if Europe and OFFENSIVE TO ."'-Suitinrl. responsibility and expense of carrying; on offensive I ) '

be terminated by a definitive treaty of peace dull' addressed to the General's neighborhood bias their conclusions. The little tour which GREAT BRITAIN, with whom the country war ; at the same lime closely blockaclinij .
in Kentucky, which he passed through with; Who he is, tell us thai Do Southern t.4
number of
the says
concluded and ratified Plle- he all
major the writer of this paragraph took a few weeks represented was at peace. her ports on the Pacific and the
rah in the army shall be reduced to one, and t tin great rapidity! on his route from New Orleans I .'I hi Democrats? Has the Muridian said he w as T (; .lf.
debates Ihe A ofthA
number of brigadier generals shall) he reduced to I since, to a portion of western Virginia, satisfied on ( Oregon question again course : kind, if 'pcrwverrd \t 1 1j.

two and the President of the United States is authorized to General Washington.Dutler's reply is everything thai his mind fully that whigery is clearly understood furnished Gen. Cass with opportunitiesfor But who says Gen. TAYLOR is an abolitionist ? in for a short lime, would soon bring her tn i 4 4

and directed to select from the whole numh -and that. however much a grateful vening his ill-will TOWARD US, and Dare the Sl answer? He knows thai her proper senses, and her lo sue for
the it should be. It recognises the right of the inc I .compi t.- 1
'whichmav then be in office without regard to feel disposed to honor Zaclnry: : his disp Mtion lo bring on a war. And still peace-provided there m the
tlate of their commissions number to be retained, people to understand the opinions of those people may those who lay this black charge a ai.1 government 0 J
for his services in the field of battle, the ANIMOSITY RANKLES 1 i country sufficiently stable for us lo treafwith.which .
the :
the remainder to be di cha* ('d from Taylor i
and service cause of the United; States. be, and the lame i i" \h'ask their confidence. I takes a conipre. yet they scorn to abandon their principles to I f we may judge It (tie late I Gen. TAYLOR are Xortler Whigs / They I I frar will hardly be the case for Jj _

hereby revealed Provided, That no vacancy happening bensive view of his own political principles, gratify and elevate the corrupt faction whosecandidate in II. S. Senate on the)proposed relief loucatan" tell their people that he will not only not veto many cars to com" :
I t
with all the frankness of the soldier. I .
in the graJe general officer shaH be fill..d"i' expressed Gen. Taylor has unfortunately be \ the Wilmot Proviso, but that he hates arid I ;; -
until the number u reduced to one major general We are satisfied it will perfectly accept. (; Taylor's Q allocations.-The Trenton -
prove Gen. elected at all, must Wellthen Will any American be so and will do for its abolition .
and two brigadier generals his Taylor abuses slavery, more Daily News thus i
able to countrymen: sums up n. Tajlor's
Sec 2. Jlnd be it fiuther enacted. That so much 194*. be elected by whig,'otc. Now, can the bigs presumptions as to vote for I Gen. Cass, after elected President lhan Gen. CASI.- quilificatiotis: i for I the (( i J
IfuTDHI May :
oftbe existing laws as require the discharge at the : :0. elect an bodj T We seriously and candidly knowin: that his election will not 1 be accep. *' Presidency ,. :
with Mexico, of additional DEAR SIR : It becomes our duty to commit. This i is the which CAS He has: no strictly civil.
close of the war : one maJor believe not. We believe that the democratic table to Great Britain T- Vermont Patruit. ground on they oppose --,
to each of the regiments of dragoons artillery'. nicate to you the fact that the national convention and TAYLOR. Tbenh don't the lie never voted.He .
and riflemen in the t If! the Unitc-d strength is greater now than it was in 1844 support held civil
infantry army of republican delegates which as'em- never a oflicr.
under the when with much 111 t1iavo '.V. uio>t unequivocally( Sentinel tell its readers who sas that TAILOR (
States, who were appointed or promoted I e triumphed so ease over He made
Lied in this citon the -"Jd inMnnt, for the never or helped l to mr.ke a lavr. .
section of the ac' passed on the eleventh day ofFebruary. is abolitionist ? .
third ; the great and magnificent embodiment.All nowantl forever desire to interfere an He
and forty- of selecting candidates for; the two any ; never negotiated a treaty. Ii 't
me thousand eight! hundred purpose ,
such thefollowing
that the have to do is to Why don't it publish extracts as .
< that its readers that it i is
'" to it that our friends organize fully and com may
force and (for othei > : lee tutioual '
additional e>
military j uri for of PrcsttJcnt questions.
in presenting your name rc (< "
be.ann the same i. herebv. repealed.Su oftfiC t'nikd Slates. That contentionalso I pletely. The popular opinion is with us- not the Cassites" but the Taylorilcs who He has never made the laws nations his t
:. 3. jlnd be further enacted That so much the people are in favor of men pledged to carry STA7ES. claim TAYLOR as an abolitionist ( 9"
resolutions the study.Hisrjes
of Slid act.p..sed on the eleventh February one adopted containing principles
out democratic measures.-RodiingliamTa. The federal the above From Caleb B. Smith, a leading lV7ttj member |*$ I
are parading of
thou.and eight hundred and forl -.4t'ven. as requires upon which they believe the government presses : government arc all derived from : _

discharge, at the close of the war with Mexico ought to hp administered, and which I have ( .) Register.From extract a evidence that Mill aril nilmore if of Congress from Indiana : his plantation: or from the army. -I .

ftwo) additional surgeons: and twehe additional assistant ".f. a ''rtHhi desiring prerfnt the If in these be found
the honor of transmitting to These can qualifications (fur
now the careful
you. altJUionisl! But
Washington are :
authorized the Kvtion Ii they very ,
eighth rlon.
surgeons! :as by extension of tlarery into vthicb we
territory the ruler of 21 millions of
constitute the democratic freemen and the ,
of said act ; four quartermaster and ten assistant resolutions true plat The New Orleans Courier has proposed a lot to tell their readers that in the very possess,or winch w e may hereafter acquire.greatly ';

aid act ; and so much of the act of the third of( WP feel well assured ; nor are we the less sat his friends were playing! fast and loose-.in the I Ipec': from which the extract is taken, lie Getitrnl C",.. This restriction, it made at all, nature changed. Washington, Ad. J

March eighteen hundred and forty-set, as re- isfied that, should this high office 1 be conferred him u-as a&vcatini tine reception and reference of must be made by Congress. mal Cass has i ama, Jrtcnon. Madison Monroe, the younger .
I the discharge, at the close ol the war with north, holding up a Wilmot-proriso South resist
qnires' a pledged lumielf to the to any attempt .f
Mexico of an assistant! adjutant general; with the upon you by lour country,the principles which I man, because he was anti-velo ; and in the I ipclilkmasking Congress loalolivh slarery in to restrict the extent-ion of slavery. He de- I .lam Van Buren, Harrison, < I

rank pay. &.c <>f a lieutenant colonel of these resolutions embrace will be successfully south crying him up a an cxtensionist of I Dulrict of Columbia, and if ire mistake fie the })wt'r of Congress, under the Constitution, Tjler and Polk were civilians. I i is true, ,.;.e
and two assistant adjutants general; wuh canlrY'1[ illustrated< in jour administration.We I he holds 200 slaves it th to make any such test net ions: andconaeoi'ientlv. if I three of(hem united therewith the requisites J I-t
rank pay &.c. of a captain of cavalry'. as! otTer our cordial congratulations slavery) because" pro. 'not, alto in tlie Territories, FLORIDA AT THAT he tfiould be elected he irvuld veto any kill which : of good soldiers and able generals but it was t 1
second of the said act of the t jou the next meeting, whig or demo. t
fcy the section this of the confidenceof I poses BEING ONE OF THEM In that very Congress might past to eject this important ofyret. not their military qualifications which filled J
distinguished proof TUfF
Ioi.rch. eighteen hundred and iorty-"'rven. and the upon cratic, that is held in New Orleans, "bal ap- General Taylor has pledged himself to leave the decision : !: o
Two deputy paymasters, as authorized by' the twelfth your country, and are. very respectfully and point a committee to address Gen. Taylor I peed, too, he said the Northern people, of this question to the legislative department them for the office piesident, any more t -

section of the last mentioned act, the two principal truly, your friends and obedient servants on th:1: subject, and require of him to state, in (himself of course, among the number,) were ol f the Go\ernment. and he will not arrest the actionof i than the bravery of every soldier ofBuena ; ,
musicians allowed to each regiment of artillery by' that the tyrannical exercise% thetrytetil Vista fitted him be doctor."
A. STEVENSON', department by i to a good i
section of the raid last mentionedact plain, broad, unmistakeable language, his rent I seeing advertisements in the Washngioi I !
the,be eighteenth,and the same u hereby repealed : Frvrided, President of Democratic Convention, sPnhim..r''eThe L- Tt'l__. H__-'-." shod a eh"--f_.CT .- J !'r=. .;. u ;; J'I"Z'Jft 1..f'lfn I jnr. i MILK-WHIPPING LAW', .....I.1

p That DO vacancy happening under the provisionsrepealed a'> 1 [Ami 30 Vit l'iesIdflL5.] experiment is worth trying, although we irety man par.this, for Southerners to support, the extension of to this Coup eril-ess(clavery.pl") pn'711 To the EJitO ofthe Union : !.,

shall he filled up until further authorizedby To Maj. Gen. Wm. O. UUTLEK. scarcely expect boldness enough from the General Ta,lor iii the bands S'm : Some partisans having more zeal I.
his in the election of
and ice evidence too, wile'f'
furthtr. That the ten additional partizans
by : And provided whig candidate to answer so plain and directa : of the representatives of their just and than: discretion, are making much ado about

foregoing paymasters act ol the appointed 3d of Mtrch in ,virtue 1--I7, of shall the be said retained WASHINGTON, .August 1l8. question. Ccitain it is, that in his last published Soub bring to remove from him the foul taint constitutional( power to exclude the evil ol slavery: a certain law which was adopted (from thp

in service until the 4th of March, \4'J\ Sin : I have the honor to acknowledge the letter to Mr. McConkey, of Ohio, he of atolitionism from the" Territories which belong to the lulled I laws! Vermont) by the Legislative au'hori! oj

SEC 4. Jtdbeiljuitherenaettd, That ill the rftcert receipt of 3 our communication as the organ of positively declined to answer a similiar question States.! ty of Michigan Territory in ISIS and which

of the old army who received appointments ill the[ Bali itnore Convention which reachedme I ( or indeed an other. LATEST. FROM OREGON. '. provided that thieves and some other offenders .
of the additional regiments raised for the war ) Mr. CABELL is iwt an abolition-
with any Mexico shall be re-stored to then tenner residents ; only jesterday-announcing my nomination The country)' see how the two nominees ST. Loris, August 3. should! be whipped ; and an attempt i is I

or corps and rank as additional of1eers.efthe t I,)that body as the democratic candidatefor and their parties stand. Tr men from St. Joseph have arrived in i ist. -Sentinel. made by these persons to injure the popularity 'j

respective grades to which they wuuld have succeeded office of Vice President. Gen. Taylor evades any answer on the this cily, in 87 das from Oregon Territory. Who says he is ? Who presumes to say in of Gen. Cass because a governor of theTerritory 1J

I ,virtue and their to former which'omrni"lIion they shall now Prowled succeed, That in For this distinguished mark of confidence Wilmot Prov iso. Gen. Cass has bravely and : Theylcft] the 10th of March. A battle h ) this community that Mr. CABCLL is an alioli- hi signed the law. '.,

ol restored shall be : by the and trust, I am most deeply grateful to my fiankly defined his position in his Nicholsonletter. I hecnfourht hetwtft the Indians and the Oregon In isle, I resided in Detroit, and f.I and
such officer so appointed tionist 7 Out with his name, Mr.
President by and with the advice and consent ot thc friends ; and cannot but the more appreciate He will veto theVilmot Proviso. I legiment. The former were dl'ftatet. Sefi"e. had an interest in the welfare of the people of

jl Senate : Jlnd provided That the mxt vacancy happening ihe honor done! me when I reflect that this We are almost certain that Gen.; Taylor w.ll; : had 50 killed and a considerable num. and let us all know. No stabs in the daik- the Territory. At that trio cave maul 4'

in such grade ol such regiment/ or corps to nomination "'a made without my knowledge, not. I ha'ir vounded. Further pursuit ofthe Indianswas let us know who it is that says Mr. CAHELL is and weak wooden building we hadno

which Sec.they:5. And succeed be it flirt shall},not-. enacted.be filled That the officers while absent ;1 a di tant country, anJ by the Only one whig senator north of Delaware abandoned, on account of the want of pro an abolitionist. prison in ihe Territory The want of an

non-commiMioned officers musician, and privates unanimous voice ofthe convention. My acceptance i, voted for the compromise. The rest of the visiocarid ammunition. The Americans bad adequate prison or of proper means to punish 4

j engaged in the military service of the United is a matter of course. northern whigs will stick to the Proviso. I none killed, and only_ ten wounded. The Mr. FILLMORE is not an aboli- otflndersinduced" the commission of thefts I by
States in the war with Mexico, and who served out is all times in a free in the House of successfulin and
I at proper country Not a northern whig Ilcpresentatives it was thought, would be i nrl. runaway negroes wandering halfbreedsand
of their have been Itrimt'nt ti
the engagement or or 01 t
term maybe
honorably discharged!: and first to the widuw at a crisis like this, deemed indispensable voted against laying the bill on. efending the 'rerritory, but was in want ist"-Sll Indians ; and the necessity of the case

second the children: third to the parents and fourth in our ou'n. that aspirants to office should he the table ; and eight southern whigs voted applies of horses, &c. Col. Gilliam, com- I Imading So, so-your talk about Gen. TAYLOR andMr. caused the citizens generally desire the adoption .

t to the brothers and sister of such who had been distinctly undertoo all important questions I and carried that most disastrous motion. I the Regiment, was accidentally killed CAHELL not being abolitionists, was intended of a law which would provide a pi n. t

i killed in been battle honorably or who discharged died in, sen have ice since, or died who, of policy ; my nomination for the Every southern democrat voted against de. after the battle by the discharge of a rifle.- as a prelude to ibis brazen declaration I ishment without subjecting t hem to the expense

Laving office of Vice President has no doubt been the bill, and ofthe noble.mind.1 of entertained I by the ; and trouble lo the
1 or may hereafter die, without receiving the three featin. many Propositions peace were I was it* You thought the assertion employing guards keep
entitled made with a full knowledge of mine. My norther democrats voted with them. I ; "'oul criminals! in confinement. I do
t months pay herein provided for, shall be tu ed Indians ; but the troubles were not setled.- not remem.
receive three monthV extra pay Ptorided, That position while a member Congress compelled The country will see at once who are the I The government had called for more troops. I' be too monstrous for ten \Yhigs\ to believe, ber that any citizen was opposed to the law ;

dUI provision of tbis fifth section shall only apply to me to take a decisive, though not a conspicuous best friends compromise, who are the most I Reinforcements were anxiously expected from unless it was stuck in between TAYLOR and and I think all the old residents of Michiganwill
thoie who have been in actual service during the war
Approved July 12, 1'.J9. part on all the leading questions of the decided friends ofthe constitution, and what the Slates.! I CABELL, did you not ? I was cunninglydone unite in saying that the law had a good 4

day. 1 might therefore appeal l to the past a party is most strongly determined to stave off : Tl}
PvESOLUTIONS.NO. :\. ih- best and safest guarantee for my future the Wilmot Proviso, to do justice to all parties, : in a flourishing condition. Parties of cmi- were commited. In some instances, thieves a
NO.( JOINT RESOLUTION relative; to (\'i- course. Some of these questions are, smother the truths of Go'a 101yrord., as to
from excitement and from
political and save the Union were met at Sweet Water. were punished by a few tripes. and when.turn-
dence: in application IV pension*. however, daily growing in importance ; andas grarfs conceal the truth of Fillmore's abolitionism '
Resolved by the Senate and house of Ilrprettntatues danger. I Col. Garland and Major Brant have arrived ed loose they always left the Territory. Immediately .
; ofthe United States of.1mmra in Congress I cannot consent to win the goo opinion of ----- fro Fort Mann. Thirty-two Cumanche In. I is impossible to do it-ihe fact is too palpa after the law was repealed by the

: assembled That in all cases where a pension may other by disguising my own, as I design ALWAYS TOO LATE. diais: were killed in the (engagement with hIe. You are urging upon the people of the 1 legislative; councl. (after the erection ofa stone }

bare been granted to any officer or soldier of the re*- this communication to be final, i may be Some men are always too late, and, therefore Liait. command on the 1st June. I! of their deadliest enemies for Vice jail,) the $ increased rapidly. 5 -
(j\ution\ in his life time the evidence upon which proper that I should: be more explicit. I feel accomplish, through life, nothing worth McGi's $oulh one was the duty of /Cass to sign the law
such pension was granted! shall be conclusive of theervice from the President and trying to decive them as to his I
the more impelled to this course consideration naming. promise to meet you at suchan ,
Iftu'y it have been the
ol From though
soldier in the application may adopted by
of such officer or sea Expedition private
1 How do do it ? .TAYLOR
of Tlad character
that action a member hour, they are present till minutes true you
sack officer or soldier or woman who may have been my a nc\t thirty have been shown to the editorof judges without his consent.* I know not
the widow of such officer or soldier for a pension ; Congress may not be accessible to the people after. No matter how important thebusiness let khe"r*Boston it appears thai theDead is not an aboltionistt-u CABEL is not an whether be assented to, or opposed it. As I
and her that she was married to any With this in view I have either to yourself him he is Transcript -therefore, Fillmore
upon proof by at large. object or justas have successfully lfilard i however, the people desired it, and as thecircumstances
lOCh officer or soldier prior to January first, seven- examined carefully the proceedings of the con tardy. If he takes a passage on a steam Sea exploring party not m abliioit! Why you not a1 0 .
ton hundred and ninety-four, and that she is a widow anl satisfactorily completed their task, and returned of the Territor' required it, it
I the boat has left the add GS is not an .
which I boat he arrives as GIDI '
just ao1i.tionist
vention by was recog.
nominattd. .
the the not defeat its
,she shall thereupon be placed upon pensionlhJat to Jerusalem, where they were on Len duty adoption
roldier nise in the resolutions passed by the but wharf and the cars have started few minutes ? There is not a whit stronger .
the same rate that such officer or reci..e boy 19h of May. They hare sounded the sea in -even if had the power to do so. .
during his life time. the re-marking and with an able the before he arrives. His dinner has been waiting mony (to prove GIn G" one than FILLMORE,
hundred fathoms and I of the
of six )
Approved July 1, 1S4S.XO. lines of Reparation between the demo- for him so long that the cook is out of patience all its parts, to the depth and it would be just as absurd to sa that Thee shodo are many believethat( am numbr
salt.- thief
great and found the bottom ) not a can bedegra-
and lines that should he and half the time is obliged to the crystalized GIDDISUS is no abolitionist, as to sa that
ocratic whig parties- fet
11.-JOINT RESOLUTION droning of two The effects attributed lo the wa lied by stripes. N. W.
fcraw field pieces captured at the battle rJ Benfington ever kept fienhly before the people, and are table again. This course the character w-e ( pestilential(urn out he fabulous. Ducks were : FILLMORE is not one. \'sncccroxAuugIl8I9.

in seventeen hundred and seventy-seven. 80 plainly laid down in the resolutions referred have described always pursues. He is neverin 1f and : -- --
t ihe surface
ridgesabounded -
RtOZordbvIFae Sal 'a1 Houxe of RfprentnlattHsefthe fool church at a place of business, at I seen skimming over I lart The barnburners are hlginniu. tremble :
to, that the wayfaring man, though a season, at the shore. The were *At thai p.rind. the Territory was under
United States.of America, in Congress therein.t Those r resolutions have his meals or in his bed. Persons of such habits along for their ascendency at ( uf..o Conven-
cannot err Territorial
"the first
is called
*wemWe They
at the battle of Bennington. in the State been widely circulated, and arc within the we cannot but despise. Much rather its borders for some two nwntll., and theirresearches go government.."
p" *>Vermont,in seventeen hundred and seventy-seven, reach of all. I deem it sufficient to Ray that would we have a man too early to sec us, and and estimates have: been of the Van Buren, and fist no one else. The New -

1W* ia the possession of the United Staten, be immediately meet m entire and unqualified approbati"n. always ready, even if be should carry out his I character.All York Evening Post mutters that no other free From the Phil. .\'.fmmc they I and -
i wf1 monfe. under the direction of the ) principles to the extent of the good deacon, : most thorough interesting soil candidate can carry New York. IH the We cannot resist the inclination lo give

j the Secretary Stet t ;of Vermont. to be, bereafer lo: the holden governor I the of Permit me, in conclusion, sir, to tender to who in following to the tomb the remains ofa were in accident excellent health occured.and 'Iirita By theAras no ambition of Van Buren, after all. the corner- publicity lo the following thrilling Idnlur.

rwperty of lid State. you, and through you to the entire democracy husband and father hinted to the berieved (ik1fl or bad been having received and uniformly clone of this northern party ? Will not John which is extracted from a I letter to a friend in

Approved July 30. ISIS. represented )by the body over which you so widow, that at a proper time he should he treated they with the utmost kindness and atten P. Hale do ? No. Nor John McLean ? No. (his cy. from C. Ellet,jr., the bold architect
the distinguished her. The deacon was in season No champion but Martin Van Buren of and
grateful I for happy to marry Wheeling Niagara Suspension
ably presided my thank consider the of the Jordan I
0.12. lotion
the men .
JOINT RESOLUTION to chance tion. Syrians little
had the relatives and friends The begin to grow a reslive which foal of
of a light houe on Lake Superior in Ihe honor they have me. : for scarcely ," they call them. the greatest heroes hiS to Tho. New' Bridge, for a cairn cool daring,
Sale of Michigan With high regard,I remain ruly your friend, retired to the house, before the parson made of the a day. Lieutenants Lynch and Dale and New York Courier we think it would difficult to excel.
Oat Senate and House t f W. O. UUTLEIl.Hon. the same proposition to the widow. .You are York Express are NIAGARA FALLS 29 1848.
Rrlr"rn. July
ob under the favorable circumstances ,
f will viiit most -
tieu Van Huron the Penn. -
ofjjmeriea'in both out
Stales she the deacon spoke to meat against says
CO/ STEVENSON, too late, said made memorable in '*Tliis morning I laid the lasJ plank of
AXPRFW all my
That the Secretary of Ihe : -lnnian.) .because they now that (there
>f hereby is. authorized (if be deem it expedient.' ) President of the Democratic Convention.! the gruc.1anlc Elat. Scripluie history ; and wa may expect fromIbemaligb1yinterrltin is) danger of more whigs than democrats( t being foot bridge on the Canada side,and then drove

|chanje the site of the Ikht house authonzed by account ol their ex. the The devotes over and back again in a lJ'Y" Five hundred .
remarkable and caught by Express
'Viet March third. hundred and forty- ALABAMA.CAKKOLLTON Warning to Smokers.-A jltg1f.
eighteen feet ofthe
o of the Dead Sea and their adventures bridge was railing on
.:!J)! be constructed at Harbr. Fort IP 18. serious accident occurred near the Yellow plorations repeated prove Mr. Van B iren's side. horse
W' COpr July 17, ( in ihe Holy Land. either My though spirited, went
IlkifisLahceSupei.kr, in the of suitable such The Cass and Butler bull sweeping no- Springs along quietly, touched occasionally with
\foe place on said lake: Provided. William Miller of Nant. to the democracy. And this too, after I
; r5 shall no increase the rout of construction 1 party, no-principle Taylorism before it in A gentleman named horse ,and vehicle !. Cast and th Wilmot Proviso.-The Union sympathising with him two weeks ago Nor the whip just to show him that he was in
: ** the appropriation m'ade for such pur- this old State of Alabama. The defec. meal township, was driving a : command, and give him courage.On .
*: ladies at oTncsaYlaII are'the whigs passive. The whig general
a.t.e goo accompanied by two ;
lId and
tion Yancy serves only to draw the was we are happy to understand returning I directed one of the driversto
1D1 ofthe and determined
10 A from al county
; 1S faithful more closely together, and you may the same time smoking the dress a cigar.of one of spark the ladies, bj private letters that Gen. Cass firmly stands on the 20lh ult.,cry i was necessary for bring on his team-a tw hone closed
in round numbers, twelve thousand the caught which he has taken. carrhge, weighing altogether over a anda
I'roenzjLkj still il .- mark down, observed the fire had made the ground Being ap. the to be represented at Buffalo." lo
TF& Eece oftbe Baltimore and before it wag ofthe Wilmo party half. his the box drove
'C'flftt1 that for the nominees to formally by a man or two loqk place on a
b papers majority combustible substance pled
J r\u. twice rerelj&a by LiiiOIQIenij such progress in the stamp, he declared unhesitatingly that be Great Corn Field.-A Irarcller wriles lo over and back. The bevies went quietly -

ben ma. regiment was handle .- I hue recently been in Mississippi and that.he could not extinguish it. from The the vehiclewas adhered to his Nicholson letter and to the Baltimore the Toledo Blade, from ihe Wabash Valley : The forinr i is but eight feet _i. 230 feet

all. &ijine. be wa overpowered bf num. have carefully endeavored to ascertain the stopped, the lady in leaped to her assistance car. platform ; and that elected preident. "I viewed the 1000 acre field of corn (on high, ft long and wit rihtg.t

be r. ad.muh beaten, his face being badJr political rot nf'the Stufe. Mark MJ516'PPIdo''n riage, and the other the flames rushing communicated to he would veto the Wilmot Proya.; Wea Prairie,) ofthe Hon. II. L. Elsworth. such a torrent a you never-saw, aa never

:t:Dddlul his beij,r.Die"'i.e hurt. H* ii now The at second tQin Miwiisippi bryond oil doubt.regiment hi'rul her drew., also had Both female were nO\in a blaze Gen. Taylor make such a declaration ? !late Commissioner cf Patrnls, will! see any where else !t





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; 'ft, ... :II'I A..i- -i--: : : : : (KT We again call on the Sentinel--
I ... _ Whig Humbuggel7.C pub.
4-J". = .:L-- to control The property of each person, at his request THE ELOBJDIAT.LET fish Gen. TATLOB' letter to Mr; McConkoy
: l" FLOKIDIAN.] lure, that such devices are necessary I ( disavow most unequivocally,
.1 ? : : [FOR: THE hands for sale till August, I
what is remaining in which he declines
th? abuses of government : but gov.crnment my desire to interfere in to say whether he will
':' THE VETO. all reflec.' when the whole was surrendered up, and my =- now and forever, any 1
itself: hut the I "
greatest the Wilmot Proviso
us AX.ONK. veto or not. That
what is tmn-
t pepeharps
) : responsibility ceased. the riOht or
{ '* JVOtUFR: TWO. tions on human nature ?r' wih about CASS and the
.11'$,".'*?.. .. __ And in whom is ambition most to be dread !1 General Cass, as 1 have stated, was all this Saturday, August 19, 1848. ed(! ) property of the Southern Proviso, but the

%V-V-\ They who object to the Efcculive! v.!to doou < ed? Should e look for its machinations ir j I time in France, and be did not receive his t- STATES." country wants him to say something abu

.1\ 1.1. ; !" the grouiidft that the Legislative; depart him who has: already reached the pinnacle ofj proceeds of the purchases till after his return DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. TAYLOR and the Proviso.Let .
$ krsfev I and then in at a loss of more th:1 We notice that the last Sentinel repeat!
ynents of the G*>vrniTwnt (Congress,) an earthly! asj'ira'ionsT-in him who bas gainu. : property

l lessapt to ab.ixe: heir j \\er than a !singl the piixc, and whose ulterior object is an immortal one half of the amount paid, besides interest. FOR PRESIDENT OF TiE CNITID 1TATL9: this quotation fiom Millard Fillmore, as evidence Well Encash Alone.

% f ; ;; ; individual is ; and' that! the Executive ,'eto< reputation for the dignity wisdom, and :. That the whole operation was unfortunate frI GEN. LEWIS CASS, that he is a friend to the South I What General TAYLOR. in his letter of acceptance of
the nomination that if he is
: I exercised by au individual i is peculiarly pron< moJerntion with which he bore himself in his I I all concerned, no one regrets more than.1 ; OF MICHIGAN. In the Whig says elected, he
; & the -what hypocrisy very will endeavor undiminished .
> f when history; humbuggcry to the
J.t. : to alms high office ?'* Or should ue not rather expect I but it will excite no surprise preserve prosperity
: .
J ; ;:-; InaflrmercomtuIicationit; \va remarked it in those who arc yet toiling but midway up{ of the purchase of land in the western countr FOR TICK PRESIDENT : speech, too, in which the language occurs, he and reputation of our common country.*...

and 1837 Is recollected,togethe.rvith GEN, WILLIAM O. BUTLER, and of One of his warmest supporters Mr.S.S. Pmiimu.who
} t: : that the fr.ullr ot the Constitution xvUelj the hill ? Of in those who are jostling each : in 1836 was advocating th reception reference ,

: a4 ', suspected( poshory of p.>w cr, and there. other in crowds at the base 1 I the high prices given and the immense fit or KcrrrPCKT. a petition, asking Congress to abolish slaveryin it a Whig,also admite. in a recent speech in

... T the to be I Ii in the value of property which immediately! OF FLORIDA : New Orleans, that this natioa had never been to
*1 : : fare guarded were wise, ho ever, for people I FOR GOVERNOR District of Columbia, without the consent,
:. \ := ., n.lt\ it was from the Erccutirc that most vigilant I in regard to al their public agents. i af.:rwarJs tok ;place. At any rate, I aloneam GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.FOR th then, I prosperous I at the present time"with many other
: 1 J1"' danger WAS apprehended no at least under our Perpetual vigilance i the price of 11..rt I responsible for the purchases, and I have CONGRESS : of the pole thto and paying expressions! of the sm. tenor sad, agreeing with

;4 i ":. ?'..: ,:. tm:of Hotelmnciit. On the contrary, they When \\v consider how: long the ) ,I jet: to learn that there is the first allegation WILLIAM P. DUVAL. therefor. fact, amongst a thousand other prominent Whigs he added that .all the old

1 "f : '. : "h l "l'rt esteemed whil 1 living, and \ho are Government lias been in operation, and how that I did not act in good faith. others, which convicts him of being an a&ott issues had been laid aide,and become obsolete."

; 4. 'l ... .. olion& rt-frrrrd to Mtice they have departed: aoniinciitJy seldom the different departments have cashed, I I. You say you arc .*authorized to make I this FOR PRESIDENTIAL FLECTORS : Zionist! The editor of the Sentinel knows this Now, i TAYLOR and his supporters b sincere h

-r; .:'..- : ': tho fiirnJs of popular rils-tbEJ \e oijla rather to exult at the statement by a member of the association, t GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of St. John. full well and he tries from week to week, speaking thus,what reason have they for wishing to

..: '- who rticipted estetivey: in the o f the! than to indulge in complaints at : gentleman who paid $10,000 into the hands CHARLES H. DUPONT, Of Gadsden. yet put Whig to rule over the country? They admit

.. ,I L. ...... ':"H'rmtl.twl'Itutit'd the theory of ant I some!system great imiginary or some trivial and momentary I of General Cass or his agent, and who ha JOHN lLTa Of Jackson County. by such tricks as the above, to deceive his that the Democrats have governed well enough,tod .s

: : i : t assisted in giving a pracical ctlicary the I though it may be real, aberration of: never received any thing in consideration o -_.: -.:- --- readers as to Fillmore's true character. Every that the country is prosperous,undei their adminij.
'"f'. of their these wise and I.a I. '. his I shall not stop to expose the =: -- all conversant with tration. it not risking too much to cast aside
? :: institutions country- i if particular: : p.'it of the mat I money. Oz- We are authorized to announce |Dr, whig in the country, at I

V. f '. : '. goo patriots? : looked with most distrust upon It i is nt\v fifty-nina years since the Constitution I" dishonesty of a man who, i in making such .3 candidate the opinions of abolitionists, is well aware such faithful servants of the public,to place in tbeif
he of Miccasuckie as a
., : Legislative branch. went in'o operation. During this interval charge to effect a pltica object, says paidItbat F. A. BYRD, stead one who acknowledges bis ignorance 6f civil
has been
: that the declaration above quoted put
4 ': Writing in defence of the Constitution ol; ?, the country has parsed through several amount to Cass or his agent, to represent Leon County in the House of affairs? Shall we run the hazard merely to show
':' Madison remaiks : I when he must know perfectly that I was of the General Assembly forth time and again by the rankest abolitionist our to a chieftain? For
: .. the United States, Mr. ,'as, and through several severe money pres. .I wel Representatives next gratitude military this i.

: .". _' .' In a representative republic (such! as tt! sures. We have also had many heated con. the agent of the association, not of any of the State. I in the land. Even the Barnburners ol indeed the only motive which can induce any one tir

: ,. United Slate,) \\lieie the executive magistracy I tests between two great political parties, and ,! individual composing it. Does ho mean by -------- -- -------- le Fort, whoso recent movements have I vote for TAYLOR. He disavows any knowledge of

is carefully limited both in the extenl some still more dangerous controversies andcollisions the disjunction here used that he does not :3- We have been requested announce ROBERT so much attention have proclaimed politics. He refuses to answer questions a to his

1. -' -: and the ot'iis power ; and W'lT the between local and sectional interests.. know to which of them he paid that large IL BUTLER 3 a candidate to represent the people< traced opinions. Nobody knows what his views are upea
the doctrine. In this platform they de.
show for
:; l gisali\e! per is exercised by an Assembly Eleven Presidents have been in once ; up. ; sum, or has he no voucher to of Leon county in the House of Representatives of same any political question,further than may be gathered'by *

.,.; ., (Congress) which is inspired, by a surposed of sixty sessions Congress :\ been I itself or to quicken his memory or does he the next Legislature of Florida. care :- mere guessing. What other motive then, cal

.: influence over the people, with an intrepid i I wars! ; and many thousands of laws have been uso General Ca's' name when ho knows he Gen. .I. No interference by Congress with slavery anyone have for supporting him, except to show

'. confidence in its strength which is .cuf.c this of time uses it falsely ? $3We: have been requested to annnouncc within the States."
.. ; i enacted. Yet during long lapse ,, the appreciation of his military deeds ? We speak
._.. Jicicntly numerous to fee all the passions uhil and under such various circumstances: -not. I do not know who your informant is; buwhoever GEO. WHITFIELD a a candidate to represent Here is Mr. Fillmore's sentiment re-echoec course, of the honest t. disinterested voters !leaving of
he be I know the statement to people < f Leon county, in the Senate of the next
4 I' '.' 4CtltC a Multitude! ; yet so numerous ns withs'jnding the blinding effects of party excitetnent may by the abolition agitators of New York, andis out of view Whig politicians who evidently support
'. be false and I challenge him to the prcuf of Legislature of Florida.
S. of its elevate ,
( be incapable pursuing tlc objects pas- alt is: excessive tendency to it for us to tell the Southern voter him with an eye to the spoil

f i ]. twos by means which t a"Ot prescribes; it is I passion anJ for a while to dethrone }both rea. it. Florida Volunteers. necessary I seems to u* that there i is enough in these con
'." .. (he t\TKHPKlblNW AMBITION of TIIISoVpaitmeut and twenty.Iuurbill3 have I I have already how the paynents that it presents no evidence that they are the<
l/i Hg4ilist; : : lon pltriolism-onIJ explained We have been politely favored by a returned memo Cessions of the Whigs to awaken the people to a true

| j ',, *, ( THAT THE PEOPLE OUGHT TO INPfJ.Oi been negatiied by all the Presidents. This were made, and the books of the assocation ber, with a list of Capt. LIVINGSTON' company of friends of Southern rights ? Certainly not. sense of their interests in this election. We see not

'''i ; *' ". : ALL TIIKIK JtLOUSAU EAIIAfST fact proves conclusively! the truth ol one ofl I and the accounts of the treasurer will crnfirm Fbi ida volunteers, who were mustered into service We all know that, notwithstanding they avow why TAYLOR should be pefere to C.u. if what
!i .. ; .' ALL. THEIR rRECAlTIONS." these two propositions: -either that Congress !I i my assertion. If this mm was a stockholder, I I in Tallahassee, on the 13lh August 1847., and also no disposition to interfere with slavery in the( they say b correct-on the contrary, it j is the best
.; This is strong languigi*. But let it be re- Las been in general remarkably faithful to and his to the treasurer, hecoulc
isI money of(those who died, were discharged, or mustered out and evidence that the Democratic candidate should
neml creJ that i is a heated Fusion( of a constitutional and else he had eithe* sold I States, they are our enemies, are seekingto b'
i lot trust!, in just ,, not it to one ;
., passing pay any I service at Mobile, on the Sib July, on their return made next President. Why forsake the good we
Congressional demagogue or of a 'stump or- or that the Executive has been olien faithless out previous to the division, or he receivjd his from Mexico. The mortality has been considerable deprive us of our constitutional rights. So have upon an uncertainty ? Why cast off a faithful

't' but the calm, pasioiiale admonition his in unconstitutional inexpedient the time the division was made. FUlmore he alec
: : iilor ; to permitting or share at had not the gratification too or Millard -although steward for know
although our troops one we nothing Why place anew
,' : a patriot who was as remarkable! through and laws to into effect. I challenge to him. Ln him of
: .t unequal go renew my of being engaged in any of the important battles in disavows any desire interfere with slavery helmsman at the oar when the old one steers
: life for' his moderation and lhsl'rttre's. as The most charitable presumption is, that show I received a dollar of his ,
ever noney
: Mexico yet they occupied important positions and in the States-we know from his Congressional the ship in the right course and in through
-. for his fhinirig but modest talents, bis deep both departments have discharged their duties and did not account for it, and he shallbe re.
risked their health in the more sickly section of the in which every storm? Such conduct is not uoal-it is .
erudition, and his sublime integrity. as conscientiously, and with as single a view paid with interest, as soon as the arnoint can career-from very speech op
while others more favored were to in the
the per. our
constant policy businessof
The same jvofound statesman: goes on to to the public good, as could reasonably bo exected be counted down. It will be difficult tomake country puts forth the disclaimer-from the :ier. pose ordinary
milted to participate in the excitement of battle, h life. Beside, it is not just. We owe it no less
.. remark : p[ from men subject, as all arc, to the in. any man who I knows General Cass leliove. results which awaited the ), lions of his Northern friends, who ought to
and the glorious mare to equity and fair dealing.than to our interests not
of the
**Tlie: con-litiiiional ( legislate had >
powers I tiriait ics of human nature. that informant has a just against
; your of our gillant army in their victorious to the know his sentiments-that he is an enemy of I to cast aside those who have well anti
progress performed
c department: ) being at once more (lten.pi Suc'i remarkable harmony and concert I him for ten or twelve years for th; sum
Mexican Our troops are not the less deserving the South that he is, in the HIGHEST AM I'I successfully their part. is against such
of limits it capital ; I principles
rl', and !less susceptible precise among the different departments is cause of I 810,000, without even asking him to pay I
II'II'f less entitled to their share of the renown these that
or Whig politicians are us to take
with the facility, mask, indeed evinced muchshrewdness BEST SENSE OF TEaM, A NORTHERM a asking
tan, : greater umlrcomiatcL ratulation to every true p itriot. It illustrate He has not, TIE
which history will record of the almost the administration from the Democratic
and indirect; measures, en. the wi-d.mi of our sires who framed that vast I in his story : but he is certainty unprecedented MAN !" party, and
of vjlurof the American and give it untried hands. should not
cio.iclnnents which it makes on the co-ordinate machinery. And with hearts filled grati'udc. shrewd enough to know that such a debt i is : success army I b done and
: I will : the high character our country has aCluire in this; Why is it, then, in the teeth of these stubborn will not be done. The people will answer their solicitations -
dt'lM rmpnI5.: : it be the fervent prayer every worth asking for, anJ, almost t every body else .
side the hut Mexican war. truths, that the Whigs of Florida try to by telling them that it is better to let weI!
other .
.0 the such forbearance I
; Elecuth'co\'cr patriot e who rules the destiny of nationsla would say, worth prosecution ; I
.. being restrained! within a narrower compass, make ns( voItli)' of the inestimable! blessing is, of a rare merit. The following is the list of officers and privates as: gloss over his character by such flimsy and en: ough aloce.

.. and} being more simple in its nature, and the )that He (prompted our venerated sires t to I What ilself. position as Secretar of mustered into service in Tallahassee : deceptive quotations a the one mentioned ? Another Change.

J Ju-liciary being described by landmarks sll!! transmit to us, and that He would permit it to : War had to du with his in'crest in a company C'apt.1st. R.ut.G.I)Livingston. M. Ste.ut., dead.. FUlmore may be a man talents-we be. While the Whig presses are bragging and

lem uncertain, projects usurpation \h y r endure till all earthly governments shall cease. I am certainly at a loss to conjecure :.id Ji' %V. W. Scott, mustered out. here he is-Tom Corwin is o also a man offal boasting about changes by the tens from Democracy -

'. of thee department! vcd! immediately! betray JEFFKIISO( *. Certainly the honorable men with whon he 2d Geo Holmes, '

.. and defeat themselves." was associated would have !spurned the idea of 1st &r;. W. E. Brjant dead. ents-so are Giddingi, Palfrey and Hale, I' to No-partyism, and are unable to cite

Mark the foregoing Have we no! repeatedy ; From tle deetlanJ; (0.) Plain Deafer, .1u; 3. joining with him in a company, in order to 2d K.; B. Brannen, mustered' disc.: men of talents ; but would it be safe to placein t' names, we have from time to time published a
:3d S. \V. our.
seen Congress ""cnrroachinp under complicated I ANOThER .ROORIUCK" LOCATIDFED.- take advantage of his official influence and 41h" J B. Murray, dead. their hands the casting vote of the Senate 1 few of the names of those who have renoun.
and mJrect: measures on the Su.premc ERAL FALSEHOOD NAILED. position ; and your informant but reveals a 1st Corp. Sanchez, disc. True, each one of these abolitionists, well ced Whiggery and united themselves with the

Court's prerogati\cs Have we not Prentice of the Louisville Journal, the trait of character: the more, in confessiig, in 2d T. J. Brannen, dead. a
Democratic This week select the
of constitutional 3d G. W. Stewart, disc. as Fillmore, have disavowed any desire to in- party. we
them provisions a -
seen nailing up his in such motives.
started the that fact
nature, :1,1 of at I least a questionable greatest liar in America story I But he participation remorse of con. 41h" W. T. Balls, dead. tcrfere with slavery in the Slates, but is this name another, and from his public recantation -
Gen. Cass robbed once $10OOC any S. Wood, ) dad.
/ expediency in the sjmc. bills! ; thus forcing the I in a land speculation.eomebody Of course such a slander I science. General Cass, as Secretary of War, J. Thomas. S MU3icians, dIsc. evidence to us that they are friends ? O make the following extract. He is a

President to the alernatires! of negativing a I was greedily seized by such billingsga't had no more to do with the sale of the piblic PRIVATES. course not-and why ? Because at the same gentleman of talents and high respectability,

: iihole bill, because it contained some unccnttitutional sheets as the Cleveland Herald and the Detroit lands than with tho sale of land in the m.on ; J. N. Barnes, disc. R. B. Sanchez m. oJames time they make these they vote to and acted and voted with the Whig party ia
: features, or approving it with all its official situation him the leas L. P. Biown U dead ao\TI I
4J; I Advertiser! and retailed as a gospel l truth,those nor did his give Sot.
: ___ law J. M. Costello, m. o. G. lefiD. receive and refer petitions abolitionists, 1844 :
is tom
.t.r There
in good; that niighTTeBu \ fi-ornYfijrrfctf ** : *S .im t wa" A control over the subject. no l
provision; SO.le ? Of this character have been many I most infamous falsehood. no usage, no i-iivpntfj, ,UKU prohibits ouj A.D. p,1.Dogcetf, m.. ;.o. .,'&nl !, dead. bing Congress to interfere with slavery no I As to Gen. Cas opinions on this subject,

of the bills called (aria bills, and still more of Here is a statement which ought to make member of Congress or officer of the gov rn. J. Davidson:, U B. F. Tulley, U only in the States, but in the District of Co. they have been unequivocally avowed against

these federal editors blush, if, indeed, there i is: ment from purchasing public lands, exceptng Wm. '.1 Feenev, m. o. A. Vickers: m. o. the Proviso, and his position is well settled,by f
those for internal improvements. lumbia and in the Territories. They vote to
making appropriations any shame left in their villanous composition I those directly controlling the sale ; and born II. Elis, U G. Worthinlton. his speeches and his vote in the Senate. 1

Even. now there is before Con. Head it It is from the Detroit Advriser. the foundation of the system, there has ne'e W. .. disc F. .., prohibit the selling of slaves-they insult the Believing that the grounds he bas assumedare ,
a bill!! of this *masked! and complicated"character .' Henry Cannon dead J. W. Branch.
'',. "' yreis that the very paper that published! tho falsehood of been any hesitation upon[ the subject. Robt. Jo*. South by their outrageous course, and do such in accordance with the great compromises I
containing some areclearly Fcct. Wooruf.
.. constitutional and Iro\'isions which i is a blistering refutation : The public land is sold in the respective UK W. Giet m. o. J. dead other acts a would purchase themselves a of the Constitution; ; and believing too, that

with: others that are at best questionable as to, I SPKIXGW ELLS, July 31, 1843. tricts where it is situated, and he who payr his W. dead John Wilson m. o coat of tar and feathers were they to come he has been a firm and consistent supporter of 1
To the Editor of the Daily Adi-crticr: money there has the right to any unsold tact. E. Hunter disclllhatf : Jno. Jenkins m. o. his country's rights and honor in the late War 1
l both points I allude to the river and harbor R. R. Martin, From these know
: d.alJ among us. doings we they .
4 Siu : I herewith hand you a copy of a communication ... The only prohibition a to purchases is it respect A. Hutchins, m.o Iw. McCIemmey, dead with Mexico, and possesses withal those eminent

: bill. I addressed by inc to the editor of to the register, who keeps the Looksandrecees AF' (Harri, dead D.I O. Ridgeway m. o. are our enemies ; but tell us the difference abilities so much required in the administration t

!.. But to recur to Mr. Madison. Were it the Louisville Journal, in reply to an editorial the entiies, and he can only stake Johnson, m. o W. II. Ramsay U between any ono of these men and .Iilard.. of the FeJera Go\ernmfut. I expect, ,

necessary," ball he, to verify this experience article in that paper of the tiOlh instant and I by application in writing to (tho surveyor Jno. Holt. disc IL. Smith disc FiUmore. We challenge the Sentinel to a I if I live, to myvote for him for President. I
liy particular proof they might be tnulliplicJ !- which i is in i in that he G. Humphrey, m. o. R. P. Speir dead "As to the Candidates for the {
4 republished jour paper of this general, manner .ven respective
: I I ant W G. Johnson m. o Crawford Sprowle disc comparison of their course, upon such sub
t without end. He then quotes Mr. morning. You will, I hopedo me the justice can buy all the in his districts. J. fl. Kent, .V. Thomas dead Vice Presidency, I hate no hesitancy in expressing 4

.' Jrffcison in regaid to the tendency of power :as the agent of the association, to publish it. As ta the receiver, the otheroHcerclaoed Jno. Leach, dead (Jeo.Tnste, m.o. jects as were in agitation at the time Fillmore my decided preference for General (

4'p in the State Government in Virginia. Mr. I am, very lespectfully! I with the sales, be is un er no B. B Line, m. o. J. Todd, disc was in Congress. The Sen'ine d:re not enter Butler ever Mr. Fillmore ; nor in all sincerity( C

.o. JJferson, who besides his o'her' advantages Your obedient servant, these officers have always purchased as ouch H. Lanier disc C. Vickers, dead the lists. He knows his candidate is "rot. can I perceive for what single reason the latter .
J. dead F. S Walker, disc
.1.' .-: .remarkin. the operation! of the govern." B. B. KERCIIKVAL. as they please. A. Lewis J. Lynch m.o Wm. Stringfellow( deadD. ten on the subject} of slavery," a we have I should be preferred by any Southern free

.1' : me the chief magistrate of it. I I know nothing of any such letter as jou K. Lay. dead,J. J. Keith m. o. shown from man, Whig or Democrat."
records and
Mr. Jefferson nays : .\llhe powers of Go.Tprnment DETROIT: July 29, 1819. state Governor Hubbatd wrote nor do I believe C. Morgan, dead John Grant, dead Congressional ) M. A. BLEDSOE. ;
LegSs'ativc, HI'cutiand Judi. J. Rolleson, disc M. T. Mayher, m. o. that paper has the brazen effrontery to endeavor N.C. 24 1848.
To the Editor of the Louisville Journal: he did write such a one. He can speakfor Raleigh, July \
I dead
S '.t : ciary result: to the Legislative body. The Sm : Your paper of the 20th inst. bas just All I know is, that a Utter in J. 5. Row Wm.e, R. mo. Jno. Ingraham.dead. to patch up his character, and gull the a
.. concentrating these in the same hands is precisely been jmt into my hands, with its editorial 1 ar. I could not be truly written by my Seventy-six rank Ihngerfeld.and file, of whom 29 have died, voter of Florida by garbling an abolition What are we coming to t i
the dcfuiiiiun of government.It .- A free soil" meeting actually held in the
tpoi tide beaded Financial of I was
operation.* LwisCasso ; one. 16 were discharged, and thirty.one mustered out of speech made bjr Fillmore, and palming the extract -
: will be no powers will city of Baltimore on Monday the 24th ult. compo 1
4. Very respectfully, service at Mobile, most of whom have returned to off evidence that he of
be exercised by a of bands and not As I was the agent of the Western Line: Your obedient servant, Florida. The officers of the when mus- i no enemy sed of Iflti .. I is said to h. been a large as 1

by a single one. One hundred and seventy ASloatiG so called, whose operations; art I!I B. B. KERCIICVAL tered out of service were: company Thomas 0. Holmes, Southern rights Vain effort. The people semblage. They adopted a preamble and resolutions

I three despotsvoulJ! surely bo a oppressive as to, it is an act of justice: not less to Captain ; R. B. Sanchez, itt Lieut ; W. W.Scott and cannot be led astray by so palpable an at. cordially approving the Buffalo Convention. and appointed -

one. Let thooc who doubt it turn their PJCSen Gen. Cass than ; that I I deceive. Never eight delegates to it. They set forth the
rrjyself hhfuI publicly) From the .Vew York Ttiltunr.Gen. Jo Woodruff! 2d Lieutenant tempt to was a charge more I
: the republic of clice. the of the which 1 following principles which they wish to see carriedout
fahdJod C Land B. recruited fastened
little expose As will it avail that they chosen
arc the Convention
shall do bud by :
by a very statement, not per- B. Kcrchcval well known and of
a respected the ranks
thirty-one men to fill up -twenty-one MUlard FUl
ourselves. being A ABOLITIONIST on No interference with
by An eleetive despotism was not : 1. b'y Congress slavery
doubt but
that for the !
milting myself regard citizen of Detroit has published statement month to the
S : a whom joined at Puebla one previous within the existing States of the Confederacy.
but which It cannot be shaken off and the
trefuughzfor one more. whig
th ; truth will insure its admittance into col.
gucrnmn your entirely exonerating Gen. Cass from the return of the army. We have not learned the name .2. No slavery to be permitted in any territor
-... not only be founded on face principles, umns. I charge of having defrauded his associate in of these recruits. leader[ KNOW IT Let the people then beware now free, or that may hereafter be annue to
but in which the should I be divided
-. powers so In 163G, an association was formed at,: the Great Western Land Speculating C m- of them, and their candidates Union by the National Government. "
I and balanced among several bodies of magis. for the and .3. No slave Territories to be organized.
Washington purchase entry of lie the Company was formed ind The Whigs and the Proviso .
pany. says
tracy, as that no one could transcend their legal western lands. Gen. Cass of the The Richmond Enquirer of the 23th alt says
was one I tho in that lic is South Carolina.
paid charged- The last article in which it
money a pu Sentinel copies an
limits without cbccec iends soil inhaving
being effectually his recommendation .They congratulate the fi of free
and restrained by the others. company, and upon i lands were bought with it, as intendedbutthat unblushingly t asserted that the Whig Convention The Washington correspondent of the Charleston / illustrious a chief Martin Van Buren:

: Now from the Constitution the he was a western man, and had known tr.c owing to the great revulsion which tok .promptly repudiated the Wilmot Proviso !" Thisis Mercury,under date of Aug. 3d, writes as followss : and 'recommend s to the friends a of this movement ia
expunge from youth, I was appointed the agent for ina. in 1837 the bully other sections of this State ) and in othe*
place turned out has had the (Maryland
conservative veto what would beequivalent I speculation the second or third time that paper I am happy to be able to state to you. that it is
provision, or,
king the purchases and locations, and I Southern States,to appoint delegates to the Buffalo
gave and the of lost share
., parties course a good hardihood to publish such stuff-for we can call it now understood that all the South Carolina delegation -
to annulling, make it a condition of denounce the I compromise
bond in a Very heavy penalty for the faithful of their -Gen. Cass with die in the House,with the exception of Mr. Holmes, Convention. They course.
I in Presidential election that the L'xccu- I I money by no other name. I i is of apiece with the attemp Congress and t threaten to labor fO
every petformancoof duties. The Hon. are united in their preference of Gen. Cass for the
.' tive cease to exercise that and my Henry i I rest. Mr. K. was Secretary of tL'Compaav, to white-wash Milliard Fillmore, so that he willpass Gen. Whatever hesitancy jh repeal.* We trust tj>at Congress will have th
ahal power Hubbanl was treasurer, and to him all the Presidency over Taylor. .
to whatsoever i and i is positive that all was done according to for a friend of Southern rights! But if they or some of them may have heretofore enter- good sense and patriotism to pass the Compromise.and
pet Congress pass acts they assessments were to'bc paid, those of doubt thus effectually nil in the bud the wicketschemes
except Gunter. This is and thothwe |i'
wo expected ; it is that the this subject has been completely dispelled
) i a the tell us why on
be repudiated
to enact it Pro.iso.
: pleased needs no of these disunionists. Let Congress act
,, may Gen. Cass the funds for which .
ant being at Detroit
t can't with Mr. Kercheral that ii is by the late development in ard out of Congress.
I agree entire Northern of that claim that TAT- I and the lovers of the Union will
of wing party it
.. prophet to people the now,
for..tel t.atlhe he is late for all in South Carolina to I
were to paid; to me directly, agreeably O. K. for Member of the Cabinet Gen. not too you
'- United} very soon have an a (a LOR wi not veto the Proviso ? Tell us that I shields again together in defence of the rights laugh to srorn the factious cry of repeal'U
to the association. They were I Cass in : be wholesale your Wilmot of and Ohio addressed "
.. tic dajvlism" firmly fixed on the broad futni- aricl' was 1830)) to speculating by they promptly repudiated" it, tell us why they and interests of the South. Your entire union will i Pennsylvania o
so paid, and
by me, were charged in lands the meeting. Vellcoupledl"Millard
fair force
public we give to and to additional weight.'
; it the in the canvass, give your representatives great
: : dation of \\lat is now a simple yet maguifi-: to me upon the book of the treasurer anJ make paramount question
plea that almost every great man was doing that will vetoit We-have never entertained doubt to the( vote I I
'.: ccut .tructur, aaptedabove! all others of ancient accoun'cd for on the settlement. From time; I' oppose Gen. CAse on tbe ground ) any a Fillmore.
tnnestleat/uunan wisdom much the same, ancthat it was no worse in ? it was a matter of such little in of (the Palmetto State being for CABS and CUTTER.
or ever consequence desirous
mOt'r to time, other funds were required, I If the Sentinel were to enlighten
a Gen. Cass than
"_ designed to protect: anti aid man in tIC: pursuit were remitted to me II the treasurer. It they i is nther.A the Convention,why i is it that Corwin of Ohio tells South Carolina could not vote for a Whig for President its readers as to the true position of MILLAD

: -, of happiness. that General } had the us that .Gon. Taylor would not get the Tote of a ; and a to bet giving her vote (or Fillmore .
not true
Cal control of abolitionists
Ptedicamcnt in Massachusetts this
It with the l'rospecl.-The free State he not considered pledged the idea is preposterous. She would soon think FILLMORS, it would not only publish
:;' '. were trifling subject to allege, the whole Euiness. Ho had no more to do single were a '
;:::. as an insu|>erable objection to the veto, that it with it than any other stockholder. The purchases fused a vote Legislature thanks, it to will General be recollected, for tc- not t interpose with the veto should Congress pa9 of votnig for Willium Slade of Vermont! Even votes in Congrew but give its re**

,t may be abused. The same objection would were committed to my charge, and I his sen ices on the Rio Grande. Preseit Taylor the Proviso T* Tell os that I they" repudiated the great Taylor Charleston meeling. which has Jers such extracts a the following, taken from

'':? :; lie with equal force, nay with much greater i received my authority and instructions fromF. pearances indicate that the choice of Presi.ap. the Proviso," tell us why they declare that should given the Taylorites in other Sates much plea. the Philadelphia Daily News, a TAYLOR In
\; ;_ Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Madison knew the come to a vote in the Senate sure,*would not name Fillmore in connexion with
anything Markoe, jr., esq., the corresponding secret electors devolve this question geographical
I ", ,i of human nature, against concentrated dental may on Mr. give the tote in fator the office of Vice President-they erased him and F'Lxon :
power lary, and from the Hon. Henry Hubbard, tho Legislature, which probabable under the old Fimorei casting respec*edcontemporary
.ne Free Soil our
'."..; : of bands. Where if substituted the gallant BUTLER,of Kentucky. The oVOm.-Lke
apleuralUy repudiated" -
: il men reasurer. Gen. Cass lull the United States Massachusetts federal idea that it is unbecoming of the .A'otth 7 And lstly. they Indiala State Journal,

.,.c ,. .,: a in bodies each individual is braver or 'bold.r is Minister to France in October, 183G, and to rejoice at our victories over the enemy, it,tell us why every .\ rt1"1 Whig in Congress democracy need have: no fears fat South Carolina. we claim to be Dbet.. opposed to the exteDOA (1 l

:\::" than be would be alone : and the greater did not return till 1842, long after the disso would not bestow on the successful Generalthe hat twice voted for the Proviso during the ,slavery .any of those belonging to the 'h'

..i\'i4 the number,embarked in any design the li-ss lution of the ociation- and be never directed meed of a rote thanks. How can session of Congress which has just closed ? Tell us Goring the Taylor Ox. movement can be. If Gen Taylor Ltd pl** ;
;i each one feel! his r The poor it is that the The New York Courier and Enquirer, and the elf,a Gen.Cass has,to veto any me.ur pas ,
) .: wi n.ibity. I. me in the execution of my duties, cither i these very partisans, witho confessing them that ; and then tell us why Whig rely Congress excluding slavery from now iree

,I', ?!.:'.. whole body mutually encourage fnch other jePire or after Lis departure.I selves, dough faces./ bestow on him the electoral so much more in this canvass upon dectption and Erpt1. both Whig papers are out against Van we could not and would not give bin out
': : J' iu the perpetration of a daring act, if than truth and ? and heavy. The Express denounce him Cut Gen. Taylor is to t tke .eirrcis trih;
( ?:, and a was responsible to the officers of the as- vote of the State 1 1-Albany 'N. Y. Ar- humbuggery upon fairn. oppOd
'I{ :: ... .. !terivirds assailed for i, they unite making lociation, and, upon my earnest recommend a ungrateful to the democratic party, and therefore veto power. He has taken his Plon wlcn.tQ.Jhe

t ?,J.Z' ;, I a common cause. tion, its affairs were closed at Washington in Bu _ .'little more grape Capt. .Thagg.-A correspondent unworthy of being trusted by any party. The whole will publican of the platform, of expressed bowing through their representative -
} cf Hut bear Mr. Madison again : October, 1637, at which time I was requested n'l opinion of Par of the Raleigh Standard writing from North secret of the change in the tone of these two influential in Congress.a Hence we .haUfeel ourselves -

I' J: .Tlie great security against a gradual: concentration to appraise the property, which I did, and following opinions on the lh itl.Tt hampton Court House says: Major Baxton Bragg whig journals is this-the Buffalo nominationis safe in cue of his election to the j'resjdenC.: >n-
; i f. who the Mexican. in Mexico, and defeated harm to the in the free States .The slave and free are now equally o
; of the in the same divided into shares and fought doing more Whigs Stae the
} 1&t ; powcr lepart. wa forty.two assigned pressed by Napoleon : Would it not.be devolve on
? .lrJ consists I In to t thoto who them in engagement. and his brother Thomas than to the democrats It is two weeks Jed in the Snafe. It probably .
'' ment, adlioi. hy lot, the lots being drawn by the Hon. W. possible to choose another town than Paris every scarcely I Vice give the casting! tote on .

'r t '" 1. gee each department the necessary constitutSoaal S. Fulton, of Aikansas, to each shareholder; for the coronation 1 Paris has always caused iragg Jr,are"fighting the Mexican whig here with since these same papers, when they thought the I or the other. Elect Millard F.lme and t C'.t.1 1I

S .: t'c: I men. and personal motives to resist and I bare receipts in my possession showing the of France-its iahabitantsareisagrateful equal success. I barnburner movement would damage democrats on-I ing vote 'i be given in reeom. .

;,4 .:;, ennchmenl of the others. the delivery of the deeds to all the parties ex.iept misorn'es {riolou" .I embarrass (XJ-: Samuel Perrin, Esq.,of Hanover county, Vs., Iy, were fulsome in their praise of Van ; but now I I Sen. and who.it will b given ourselves for are opr/- .,,?

i I 'i .Ambi'ion mist be made to counteract am to the Hon. Daniel Webster, whose coa.eyance 1 fyalfvr1lite with the opinion of the Par- a di.lngui.be whig speaker of the canvass( 161-4, (hey see &democrats are not being caught in the .Lt all those nflect upon this it
:. .iiitioD. The interest of the man must be con. wti delivered to W. R Thomas, isians.-tbey are hornets who araalways bum- and a devoted Clay man, refuses to support Taylor, II trap set for them and that Whigs are, they are backing ,I seems to that they must de Ie.: .
es. u
,. .fcled wit the e JnJf uti rgh. of the his attorney. TKs. closed the b.ine. wing ; their judgments are as grave as'theleciw'ons and denounce the action of the Philadelphia Con. out, and holding up Van Burea as a turn coat I i Is to vole for Taylor In preference to5at (

.. p'aee xuy l>9 a na. sociato.i! : un lei tie! articles agreement. ole monkey en metaphJ'lc." rentton. I and an ingrate the other will be the next Fruldent14.IE

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U I Notice.npHEcopartnership .
I-c = : i. a fool in comparison to the Florida He discoursed freely and length of the time Democratic Asoiaton 30,1 t tthe
; LAwaXJcE a Troy N.T., on Sunday evening. July j heretofore xi4ing betwetti
is to be that ABBOTT, for his I when be Florida informed ot of the condition JL bv mutual
leldiDIVbi, of Maf'1and. Senfint/and it hoped came to ; Agreeably t previous noicr,a r.pcablf Rev.Charles Wadiworth.Pastor Second Fretyterian the subscribers was dissolved consent

Jo.JfIOl'f' I Southern Whig. credit, will cease going about the country tell- of the country, the baidshlpc be underwent, number of Democrat assembled Mr. JAMES H. VAN HORN bt.oC < on the 2Mb J.lyllt. Mr. Isaac K.Drake is duly
JI.c--r ,,. a leadiD; ow I Church business of the firm.
PacJrT the is between TAYLOR and of civiration in the then unknown Thursday the 17th inst.- authorised to close th
S. people that question finally the triumph on evening, of thi
Orleans, that there i it now ngthe this city and Mr AMELIA M. ROSE J. W. SHERWOOD,
I J$1g 11. rf Jfew division of and CAl as to which shall b next President. Don't country. He poke of the Tariff of*42' -exhibited The meeting was called to order by calling I. N. DRAKE. 14
) old ptr.that
the former
,4,I"ior!: keeping all up the "oldiMues'- are gone. contradict the Florida .cs-ninelMr. LAWI"CE its deformities;showed how it protected the Major Jonx BxAID to the Chair, who statedits plac* _ SAMUEL QUAIL.

fl1 tbem-that wealthy few to the oppression of tbe industrious object at large. Six Hundred Dollars..ITANTED TaUlha August S. 1S43.

t 1itJ- ;geieis to attempt to agittte The Sentinel's Bravery c'ass composed of the agriculturists mechanic,seamen On motion, tbe Association then proceeded immediately Sit Hunr -
to purchase
,.:i If"ai ban to remain pretty much as they are.tben.bave ? The Sentinel has actually mustered up courage &c. ,and also the visionary schemes of inter- to the choice of its officers. The following V dred in Specie. Florida Exchange;

,.'IfII they for a Whig President utEcient to allude (indirectly) to the Baltimore res- nal improtemcnt by the distribution of persons were unanimously elected : August 19 IlaT. IS-9. 3 S. S.' K.VIflHT TiE tubsrnber will continue the btilnes of flit
ptlt to remain jast where the demo- olution on again,but this time he does not engndcrr at the old stand, where he will at all timeS
; slavery
,(OIIDp1ace-d bu why do they want whig ad- it and general." prates about Yan- the proceeds c-f the money! among the several For Presilent, I Notice. be n\'iy\ In see the old friend of the l.r>u.t and ll-e
it. cal vague I States, which calculated to consolidate the S. m-rn-rally Person indebted'o the firm
f ,, : the whigs have any faith in their"Tbev ey'c b substitute, however and charges that because \'l\\l JOHN A PPLICATIOX will be made to the n-sl Gen.rl pbit "il
If the hands of the fw, thereby totally call and settle tixlr; at an etrlv
government in A. of Florida for an act of incorporation .c accunl ;
would naturally go for some changef Southern delegates preferred resolution which was For Secretaries, Assembly : N.
the created Rail Road 'Iron DR.\'C
and making
construct a
l destroy ingState !sovereignty authorize
to a company '
;! : But not .0. say: these prominent much more comprehensive, they repudiated the the Gulf coast August I84H. 3 S'tlplroJ'!'
... ic. than the creator. He pronounced the Bankas ELY S. LESTER Cedar Keys.or some eligible pint on --,
t necessity lor that. Does not !" This w ill door greater River, point on theIIantc
I There is DO doctrine of Southern equal rights "An obsolete idea." The KICIIEN SAUNDERS. tn the St. Mary's or Groceries.
;t- invincible argument that the demo- uhich sit is violation of the Constitution Danid't'bstenid coast, or the St. John' River.
h aD a paper s a too well satis6ed of its corrupting influences General DCFOST and Colonel MILTON, ..
j rllfiii conduct the ern- the people are August 19, ISIS. 5 3m S. KNIGHT continue* to receive bv every T* ..
allowed to 1)0' Abolition Petitions! But S
bt to be let to reject i ever to snpport any man who advocate such a Democratic Electors, being present were invited f0-: The News. J.rlnyile.and HeralJ. St. .AnHtino *el from New Orleans, LARGE SUPPLIES OK

'"':. longer p If change is desired then Sentinel goes on much further at this raxing rte, measure of governmental policy. (May I be permitted to address the assemblage. They nobly will abe three mouth, anil FLOUR. BACoN. AND RRO'T.RIRS. He makes 1 tit

'";t 'boDderstand and act upon tbe principles wc shall feel called on to quote from the speech ol i to ask whether the Whig will not endeavorto responded, to the entire satisfaction of every end their accounts to t this Ihe interest of e't'r buser t.ul and se> hint be. ,

..* as useless 1 the old landmarks BERRICN That silence him.- I fIre they part rrorxj.
removed again.
.baTe desirable Judge "il re-enact a Bank Charter,should they have a major Democrat present. State of Florida. Aug'isl 3. l b45.!
<: 1I brought the country where it i. What rtght, how ever, has one of the organs of a par- ity in Congress, with the Automaton 8 President) The AssociaSon adjourned, to meet at the : .

.*"g:.stand t ,continue their faithful service. This I ly which did not dare to say a solitary w(rd for or His strictures upon Martin Van Burcn's course of Capitol on Thursday evening next. Every Medical Notice. 1 I j

reasonable, and just, and f'olitic- against the Proviso in its National Contention, to should be uttered Democrat is member of the Association.
tee& conduct were .ucl a by every I a underfi/ned have this day furmeri a ro-r>irl.
,Trd: to enderstand bow men with these %iew, speak ol what the Democratic Contention did?- American who has any veneration for consistencyand Address ma, be expected. TiE !hip under the mme and style of TAYLOR f. t

. lit. tTTi-01. who has never studied politi- And What rtfht has a paper whose candidate for honorable demeanor. He Ia Iud him in the --- & PALMER fur th? practice of Medicine and offi r ; n

and kjows nothing about civil 1 1tstlonf govin ( President to tell the country whether he himself. illustrated! Martinscourse The Best Term their |irntesi..nal *ervicrs to the public. Thy hop, .::',
to -
manner peculiar by attention to d ine ", to merit a contmuanr ol
,- ::nt, preference to Cus, who is an npt'ridh' "ill or will not veto the Proviso,and whose candi.date occasionally,with anecdotes very oPl.ortuney The Sentncl has: from time to time, tiled former patronage.! 1

I ":1ed: aIId able statesman, an are for Vice President is sot only .sincerely and introduced.He to rally its arty around Fillmore, by arguingthat B. WALLER TAYLOH. M P h

"" to be sufficient for the present state cf the Piocuo," but is a South the lion THOMAS I PALMER M. UMonticelJo :
._.._, idol nlJiuiianfteally injurer concluded his address amid rounds of applause the Ncrth had given the *,
.4 rat Aflgust 1. 5] 1848. 3 3tn
p ...ooattY. 1 onrutnl Abolitionist, to canvass the a-Is of its opponents at the subsidence of which three hearty cheers weregiten. share th; ticket, to wit-the President. PROCLAMATION BV TiE GOVERNOR -1
be, that there arc new issues which on the Proviso quest ion ? The country ma> animated countenances o KNOWN the of this Stale' I
dt t,it may The crowd dispersed with i is difference of ; as to BE IT to a1 people Notice
f rt their course. What are they Is the war ret assured that the democratic party never will and spirits, rendered buoyant from the certainty :0tbere a opinion that in pursuance cf the Acts of the I GeneraAssembly ;
.aoe IIEHKBY GIVEN that, at the next session of I"
? If so, all those who are on this, :as we show. Gen. LESLIE COMBS, Cth January.1S47, and 4th De- IS
of them and monstrous
be of art i.i
.iIU ene guilty an 5 outrageous a of success under such It'adtr a WM. BAILEY ember, arpro,1 Chapters and IGft, an election will the General Assembly! of the Slate of Florid*,
:.Isde: cf lS>eir country,and who ss) that our cause to urge an Abolitionist upon Southern voter and WM. P. DUVAL. Kentucky, it is well known, is circulating held IsS. several within the State, on application will be made io that honorable body f
..jirt... and all those wh think that encourage-; whether they." repudiate the doctrine of Southern That Gen. Bailey will receive the unanimous vote through the Vee States, trying to rouse his Tuesday I; the 7th day (precincts Novmbtr next, to ch(1e the grant of a charter of incorporation for a Rail h: .
Road to extend from the town of St. Andrew, inWest ,
-it to the enemy, by speeches w rit i ngs, or ot her- equal lights" or aot. No, never of the party is undoubted He stands very high in own party infav r of old Zic. At Augusta three Elector of President and Vice President of the Fnrida. to a point upon the Cnaltahouchte .
these United States. .
: ii unpatriotic and unpardonable To the Editor of the Floiidian : the estimation of all. He will beat his opponentover Maine, he made a harangue in which be Given under my land and the great seal of the River or scion of boundary line between :
whig politicians, and must conse- whois Florida and said ri+er. ".
-t condemn of the2th this way, so bad that he will not know S ate. in .
: of their selection GEKTLEMEH : In an article in jour paper used the following language : L J t "alabaBeelhi. July yj. Is IS. 2 3m
.1tOI1 oppose the candidates it be who." Mr. Brown i;, I believe. the whig candi I\L 17th day Of August 1S4S.
issue of importance is that ult., pauile"arpeartbe "In the ticket which the Whig National WM. D. MOSF.LF.Y -
: >only other new any date. There 'so little known of or said about that fH
following notice of me : had the Governor: (;oro-n.- of a. By the President of the United
what thrXorth fly
and this, voter Jlur
jaected with slavery ; upon gentleman, that lam disposed to doubt whether the Cnn\tntic presented, vas offered .
"We have been also informed( that Cm. rnow; A. E. MASWZLL, States. : -i
who the best awarded
thtSouth can hesitate as between TAYLOR, alluded' to that act in his recent !speech at Brown1 whigs themselves know (or whom they are to vets tC1 They were Secretary cf Stale.

.jt refuses to say lie is opposed to the Wilmot Pro- Ferry, and spoke of Gov Duval as having approve as their gubernatorial! candidate Vice Presiden; ; irilh a casting ro/e ; while August 19, bt9. : }

.jo.anJl)0.) say the Northern whigs, is pledged it. -The lat in regard to I'agrantt. I'rom all quarters acounh are cheering Everything all ike South lld hare would be a President, 1

*4 W veto that measure if passed by Congress, and Now in this I have been wrongfully charged. I I goes on swimmingly The entire democratic in/A no rte (ltol. and pledged in advance to Fire Insurance :

'4_,who boldly declares that the Proviso would bsoostitutional nC\Er. either at .Brown's Ferry," or at any othei.1 ticket will meet with signal success-Martin Scott veto no Corgrssional measure deliberately By the JElna Insurance Company

who would not,therefore, al. alluded to that act," in speech made bj'I Jassed." ; ?
and place, any will not be able to find a treed coon to make come ] OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.!

.*it to become a law, if his veto could prevent it:I me, or" spoke Gov Out 4! a having approved it': I down the will all be in their holes. \TRITAS: .1 This is not nactly the Scn/irieZ' view of Company continues her Agency al

there be reason for supporting the democrats be- At Campbelltcn the d.anea!road,' l'y a Mr ) the matter-bu great men will differ. THIS e. til promptness and stability( 01! :

sat they hue managed the affairs of the country DuCnman, that{ \ such a law "a on our statute North Carolina Election. candidate; the baTe the Company for the last thirty years, is a suflicier.l ; .
bOOk'j What an inking; whigs
has stood the teeof l
aoundncM. She
of her
make the old useless and tore I and I heard a tone proclaim in the crowd : I! The result of the recent election in the guarantee ..
..eJ1]] to .
as presented for tide suffrages-especially if we all the great fires in New York and other parts ethe TN ,pursuance ot law, I, JAME K. rOtlrf' ; ; I '
tbe whigs from further insisting upon them, there is such a law Gov. Dmal approved it. But North State is not yet fully known ; but the United States. and 8 arranges her business that I dent of thellnited Americ b.r r :, '

at is still greater reason for supporting the demo- I I made no such declaration. I I had said any thing, I chances are in favor of the Democracy. At are to rely upa what his own friends sa}of no one fire can cripple or injure her, not a10wl" declare ansi make knp ,n, that public sln will beheld t.. :

> this new issue. It is certainly safer to I[ should hate pronounced the charge a libel on our him. They ied not fear that he will eve her Agents to t take ova certain amount ri.k at the undermentioned. Land Office in the State
; upon whether the Democrats the all towns built entireii of FLORIDA,at the period hereinafter ; i\;
all and
etenls, secure block de.ignatl
cite for a man who i.known to be with us, than to I State: for I had never heard of such a law, and dir I be in their w:y in any scheme they nny un anyone avoiding; to wit: I

tie for one who hit and expresses no opinion at all. not believe that there was such an one in our code I I election of their Governor and a majority. in dertake. HE friends say he is pledged to be ofo. are settled promptly, agreeably to fbideclarations At the land office at EW.rS\ILLE.commen- -t "J Ij

Take this for our guide and we are obliged to rote I am not in the habit of making random charges the Legislature, or no, they have achieved a in the policy. We are thankful for the ring on Monday, the .JI
I I a complete of wax in the hands of Con friends whenevei the disposal ol' the public lands situated within the :
and to
CAM before, TAYLOR. against any one, and 1 am nt>t d to make them II too which 7U pal patronage, beg our cal .
:a dip most glorious \ victory, ,
I 'ictory-3 undermentioned anj of
and nU on townships part tuwoilnp ,
-- -- -- Gov. Duxal. I IIov many democrats i is it expected they wish insurance, we wi a
JACKSON was not Federalist. It is! against I animate the Democracy of the whole favorable terms any Com pan | eualslaDding. viz: t
Gen. As to the charge which you hare roundly made "i will go for hi], with the portrait Gen. Combi a J. R. =ent. South of the lose line, an l edt of the principal 4 l'
in 1824 '28. and '32ciarg. Union and fill them with zeal and enthusiasm : .
the Whig? .
rat% against me of taking every lQ."if advantage of has drawn At the Tin Manufactory.!

(jbim with baring been a Federalist, as they my opponent on the stump, I wil remark that perhaps 'II for the great battle in November. Let Whig- Tallahassee August 1S, 1313. 5 the The Suwannee fraction nverexcept of township seven, situated east of i 1 H$ '

BOW do Gen. CASS, but it was done then as it is only a mere matter of opinion. Bat I' gery boast of its pro'pects-we care not so For th e l'olanteers.-The following notice Jackson Lodge, No. I. twelve) and the fraction o SeciV.ooe.elnenarr 1" J

without the slightest foundation. The trust that you will relict 'oursel of the imputation that States, which have not votod for a Republican has been isued from the office of the Pajma- REGULAR of Jackson Lod ., No Sad river,(except Sectionsseveneighteennine] .' l J
now, of unfairness towards your political opponent, by ter Gen. A Washington : A I.will be MEFlr. Hall in this ciry tet'n. twenty and thirty-one,)of rar?e fourteen. i', ,
sort of abuse and misrepresentasion ask President in years, yield to Demo- FracliondHow. nshipfhirty-Mf,of range serenter n% .: 1 1Townships
tune publishing this refutation on my part of the charge Caation to the Soldiers. this evening Members will please be punctual i itheir in and antI :.
resorted to against Gen. CASS was relied cratic onsets and fall ino: tbe Democratic column. Masonic brethren in good twenty-lhree twenty-four t
DOW made again me, To Ldorofthe Union : atendance. Al fractional townships thirty-one, Ihirt- i:, thin'5

upon to defeat: the immortal JACKSON. And oblige jour mo. ob. North Carolina may be safely set downas th P./T.HASTEK GE>EU\I,'S OFFICE, st to zrrdin attend., visiting i Bv oner of city the, W are M.respectfully invited I seven, thirty-*'t 1!! znd thittl' ne. ci range eigh ( ''' :

Ha domestic circle was ruthlessly iniadedtie Aug. is.I iSJb- TI10. BROWN. certain for the Democratic candidates fur August, 1848. S. S. SICLCY, Scc'y. teen.Townships? twenfy-lli an I tvrrnly-fdtir. fractional ,t :. i

same has been the case in regard to the President and Vice President in November SIK : V31 you do me the favor' to publish! August 10, 1SJ3.- : I township thirty-one townships thirty-six ._.; .

family of Gen. CASS. lie was accused of CO DIXT.-We have no disposition to do next the follow! rg notice for the benefit of all c"n. Fie and Marine Insurance thirty-!.ven, thirty-eieht ant fractional townshipthirtynine 'i F
of nineteen.
I TRespctfully range
J GibnMfy] -Gen. CASS has fared no better. Gen. BROW, or an)other man injustice and The following, in reference to the election ccrned obedient BY THE Tow nshipstwenty-three, (except the f I"n tier ,..'

He was assailed in every conceh.able3)"- if we have: inadvertently misrepresented him, was taken from the Macon Telegraph of the ,BENJ.your F. LARNED servant,, Protection Insurance Company of! S"tio.,) thirty-one,as'd thirty-two Ibifty-nme, thirty-six! ol thir C..1 i 1

defamed! traduced, misrepresented and belied it aSbrds us great pJe! ;sure to rectify the mis- 13th : Acting P. 1. G. or New Jersey fj-seven twenty, tmrty-eight' range .,

Th'e General's friends in the Townships thirty, tairfj-cce and iLjity-two. '.
-Uld in all these respects Gen. CASS has take. own First Gun for Cass and Itutlcr. AT SOMERVILLE .

misunderstood him well old North Slate. The P masler General is rapidly CAPITAL $-200fJOO-Chartered F\bruary. ISIS.This range twenty-one. j
been attacked, and by the self-same party too. West, however, a as Nine cheers for th : preparing Townships thiry.lbirty-ont. lliirl-two, thirty- {

In tbif feature of the electioneering our informant. In the Marianna Whig of The glorious old North State sends boomingover i rolls, nd will send paymasters into the I r Company i insures on rcbandize,Furniture,. three and thirty-four range I\'ent-rwo. '. .
prominent several Sates, and, for the convenience o: At the land office at ST. AUGUSTINE' commu'f
the first for Cass
the 5th instant occurs the following language: the confederacy gun Building Machinery Foctones, and property gen- .
the sixteenth of October 1
unmUtake- next.f
intern of our we have claimants practicable to the place, cing on day
opponents well be fa in and country. .onday.
and ,
"It [the Floridian] charges the Gen. with a. "er- and Butler, may whiagery start- a er.ly. city r the disposal of the public lands within the un- ,.f
able evidence that they are the descendants of the sound. Gov. Morehead the President of com par enrolment', for the payment of the .
tin; at Bro\'u's Ferry, that Gov. Duval approvedthis Ilrd by DIRECTORS. dermentioned townships and parts of townships .1 ]
.the old Federal tribe. They have all theearmarks t vagrant act. The allusion \\'I fut made by Cot I of the Philadelphia Whig National] Convention three mfths' extra pay authorized by acl l William Thompson, Edward Pajson N York. South of the base line, and East of the principalmeridian.

C which characterized that in Milton; and Gen Brown in reply,ai ht was utauare promised Ins brother Whigs that North Congre ?of the 19th July, 1848, to all volun.. Peter L. Strjker, Matthew( Rudlale, I f J L 'f
party fro personal knowledge of existence of I Carolina the first State to vote would lead tcers vio have served in the war with Meii. James Taylor, J: S. Mclntyre Brooklyn, Township eighteen, nineteen a.t t".ntC. and 4" f ff
kr-gone days, and if every thing else were suds a law ; but he hat brn informed since he had of ancliare been honorably discharged, and I David Sanderson, G. F. Power f fractional township twenty-ore, ( rang's tWrnifeijrht. i .
for and Fillmore .
I been on the ground that it approved by Coe cloriously Taylor .
t t tinting to show them to be of the royal Dura" Ua. I' has this promise been redeemed His own to thcheirs of such a be have died in ser- William J. Bowne.WM. THOMPSON, firesidin!. Fractional township nineteen and t township twenty" ;.:a. .J,

t line,"this very trait in their character would Gen. BROWN, however, is positive that he i county falls behind about five hundred and the \icp. J. H. VOORHEES, Secretary. of range twent -nl! fractional .. ,
'wenly.rolr.ad township
f doubt from the most skeptical feel boundto I State itself lets off a signal of distress for lie earnestly recommended to all not to Township: J
remove every did not allude to the matter, and we gun the twenty-five ol nyige thirty. ; 'J
authorized to state to f u*- -
I whiggery in one of its former strong bods.1'avkr : .-- scriie their claims, the department being THE Agents are 'I Townships twenty-two and twenty-four and (rae- ; ,
tnlnd. the full credit of his statement. this that they recognize
give him and no principles have received such deteinincd to settle the claims without delay. of diflerent Company States of the Union. I tional township twenty-five,(except Sections clv,. "
It is also a very great mistake to say that and to the claimants! the full benefit of the Courts of the thirteen, er.ly-foar anj tvrer.rGve,) of range ;"'
Seene-Ctty of Tallahassee. I a blow from the independent freemen of the teuire (where they hare agents) in case cf diferepce.lnd I ,.,

the old hero denounced Gen. CASS for the PATROL WALKING THE ROUNDS. Rood old North State as faitly puts them beyond the b,1 The regulations governing the de. that their Agents are instructed to thirty-one.Townships; ''wcntj- .hventy-twnhTntl-thrt". .'f .

part he acted in procuring the famous defeat PATROL.-Stop hush What noise: is that ?-I : al hope of recovery. We have the partmci in th* payment of tbis gratuity are uage of other responsible Companies in t tbe settlement and twenty.fourand fractional( township twenty-fn. r .'-"

ofSearcb Gen done. Hold, that : vote sixty four counties, our returns are not in prepxation and wile published, and sentto of IOlsts. \ of thirty-tvio.. ".
of the British Right Treaty. Run bo)i,lome mischief will be of all TKe sh.cihef have been appointed Agents bythe range
informition two three.
nineteen, SU&f6 one, ,
CAIS was possessed of the most unboundec d noise is not in the kitchen; it i. in the great house. yet sufficiently complete however to give the dfferent" above Company for TfcM.iba-! !iee and its victit Sections Township ten to fifteen inclr>.ire, Secti'ms twenty- f f1

I confidence of JACKSON. In July of 1643, -(Noise in the house a of one stamping to and fro I Col. Reid's actual majority. I will not prob. interesfid. AuustI2IStS. 4.LEWIS St 6in AMES. 1 one to twenty-seven inclusive and .SutM. thirty- ", ..J

io a raving passion.)-L ten. ably, be very large. Graham Whig the present West.-Insurrectionat one, thirty-four, thirty-five and I!: fractional
after! his return from France, Gen. JACKSON I elected in FCU yt front -- township township.twenty-one,township J j,1
THE SQCIBE WITHIN.-Here have I been engagedin Governor was by a ma. learn by Thomas E. 10 the Cirrait Court of the middle Circuit of t""nty

J wrote to Gen. CASS as follows. all sorts of schemes and projects, honorable and I jority of 7,807 Clays majority over Polk, in Cub-We, schr. Gov.captain Bennett, that a Florida, in and for the County of WkUJilTu ,twenty-two twenty-four except and twenty-fire Seetianf one,) a'rd, I\the.lowrsbij-thirteen f l'

J .. what bas endeared to tree Amcri 1S44 uts 3,943.! Parties in the Legislature Term, J),
But ,
... you every otherwise,to pre 'ent democracy( from breaking out smack irrived at Key West t. t the day on which Spring ti.centy.fiveandtventy.eizof range thirty-three. j
can, was the noble stand which you took as our criminal have written, to so far we have received returns are nearly that in. Leopolc(.r cr.berg. Charles ) Sections three four, five Sections nine to fifteen' t
minister at Paris, against the quintuple treaty; and into excrw ; Tom-foolery balanced a and it is doubtful which he left for this port, and reported an i g.Henry Gre nber;.an ( | Assump inclusive, Section twenty-two to twenty-seren in l
which by your talents, energy, and fearless responsibility please and conciliate the low and ,'ulga. and lead extremely The chances howeverare surreliun; was to have taken place at Havana, Kline, merchants anc rrte"'l J damages ci'uite, and Sections! thirty-four, tbirt-t e, 1t

,defeated its ratification by France-a treat them from tie true question at i issue ; have seriously has the Legislature. I on Its 20th of this month, but fortunatelythe in tradt.usin the name \ Sll IJ. thlty- i" m township twenty two township
intended by Great Britain to change our internation- thougbtofm.1ingit personal matter with all the in favor of the Democrats. Nine coun. Governor became apprised of it and took firm of L. &. H. Greenberg &Co I Attachment twenty-three. (except Sections one to six inclusive) :
at laws make her mistress of the seas, and desire I I furl66 25.
be head from. As the
ties remain to soon
kennittict in the land hate the a it. The 1 of thirty-four.
prostituted public I
; to arrest tnsurrcctiomls range -
of ,
the national not only our country steps }
independence result is fully ascertained, we shall our precautionary William S. Carpenter Fractional township twenty-two the four eastern -j
but of all Europe, and enable her to become the ty- press by searching out and publishing all sorts of I put on perceiving that the conspiracywxsdepcted defendant and all other pen-on interested tiers ol Sections in township twenfj-five, and See '
rut of every ocean. Had Great Britain obtained the ridiculous libels, both against democrats and demo friends in possession it by an extra showing broke into the stores and .look forcible THE ill take notice of the institution of this suit one to four inclusive. Section nine to fifteen '

unction of France to this treaty-mtfi the late da- cratic principles;1 have sworn L\' Mr. Cabell and the the actual tote together with the political complexion ammunition, &c. Whereupon by attachment and that they are veqoire to appr /on. ye, and SeeN.twenfy-two to ttentiH'enindulive.

graceful treaty of n'H'atJiirtgton, so disreputable national to preterit Whig House of Representatives; have tried of the Legislature. A Senator in place pissession he Governor called out the regular and plead to the declaration filed iii this cau: in twentv-six, of range thirtT-' i
oar national character, and injurious to our .
of term expires in March next ordingtolaw. fire.
t safety-then, inde. we might have hung our harp to prove to the people of Florida that there was nota Badger troop and .the insurrection was suppressedafter JAMES T. ARCIIER. Fraelionaltownship*nineteen and twenty.of'
the range
; upon the ", reige our national independence Wilmot Proviso man in the Philadelphia Convention I is to be chosen by present Lgj.ture.- fie slaughter of five hundred of the in. Attorney for Plaintiff birty-gx. .

to Great I repeat, to your tal ; hate endeavored to reconcile Northern rs hige.ry For our latest accounts the rraler surrcJtionists : the remainder were driven to August 12,151' 4 tin At the land office at TALLAHASSEE commen- -
ruts, and fearless responsibility, we are in- to the following Telegraphic despatch. Monday fhe twenty-third day of
enerO and Southern whigery, (and lOU had well try ountains.WBTAR'S Sale cing on
the i Horse
& shield thrown over us from im- a TELEGRAPHIC I the neXt, for ihe disposal of the public lands situated.
peridiogdanger which the ratification of the quintuple to mingle oil and water,) have puffed Taylor a the TELLIGE"CE that works and rides well, and is within the undermenlione townstTps and parts of

treaty by France would have brought upon us greatest man that ever heed or died, and Filhnoie Transmitted for lh Georgia Telegraph.We BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY IN ONE safe in any kind of harness (ownships

For thisact, the thanks of every true American an the peculiar friend of the South-and after all, are indebted to the courtesy of the editor THE OLD DOMINION. _. _i r_ i__ He is offered. low-price only t0'I.August South ff the base line, and East of th principalnerUian.
the applause of every true republican, are yours ; a 4 J. K. FORTUNE.S .
those infernal eight Southern Whigs have ruined us. of the Charleston Mercury fur the follow article from the New publishedat I?, IS-tS.
sad lor this noble act, I tender you my thank. V.extract an Er. The tiers of Sections in township"wo.
ANDREW JACK. If they were only democrats,how I should delight to ing intelligence : prtsroouth, Virginia, and edited b)A. F. Cun- To ad Contractors. .tnO f'acfei( township three and township

.To the Hon. LEWIS CASS. hold up their names a the very insignia of infamy. ChARLESTON, Aug. 14-8. A. M. mnifcam tract-Dec.21,18-16., Eq. He speaks of) himself, and here i. Buid'ers be received bv the bur,(except the eastern tier of Sections) of rarpa '

This settles such slander as that CAS there is the devil of it. They have knocked all the Buildings at the CourtHouse three. -
any But In North Carolina Reid, (D.) elected Gov. ,Or have been lor some days, suffering under sever Committee on Public Seetionforte to twelve inclusive 5 C
JACKSON for fat the fire,and I cant publish what I think.It of the lungs, produced by cold, this city, until Monday the 21st instant at Township two (except
*u denounced by the immortal our into over Manley, (W.) by a Imal majority. Re. inflammation in the Court House* fitting and Sections seventeen,eighteen; ineteen.thirty .
would ruin the party, if it is not already ruined in & by speaking public, so that through. 1 11 o'clock, for new roofing Sections six and) in .s
tike pursued while in France again ported majority 293 Lincoln 207.Clc'eland aniritate till Tuesday the Court building a front and back Por- and thirty-one,) aeven.
the con Search That there has been a clear bargain and sale in the 78 Iredell 848, Buncombe 400, ouiSaturday night.of the Sunday disease seemed Monday to increase,and up tic and enclosing Rom the Court House Square. Plans ow n-hip three,and fractional township five(exceptSections 5
Right Treaty. is evident but if the democrat* say sore symptom< be seen by one, on application three, four five aid six.) of rapc four.
Whig rank ; Wikes and Sorry 318. Legislature doubtful. tVi,*uflerinzwas intense without the least appetite and specification may any three and four and fnctioRal township
'.The Cass phalanx in some of the North are compelled to gite (hem the lie direct, and thatis Van Buren has been nominated by the ,.gfood. The cough was dry and hard,caU'I", the at the Floridian Office. jve Tow. of n.bir five.

*n States Is being reduced to a m re corpo against O'J conscience again. Oh it it enough to Free Soil Convention at Buffalo. mt acute: pains aH in the ot head relief and, when bsCk.we We had' August Sentinel 12, ISIt and. Journal 4 copy tt. Towns rn ip five, cf range p-i. ,

'. .nil's guard, a squad in which the officers out drive one mad- In the Senate on Thursday. ihn Missouri tatty RT**J n and h'P6 we sent round to thollborthi _. .j- Township nine, of renge twelve. j

lubr the privates.-&nti, Aag.L 15. I AYJOL-pt.n, what shall we do; has'nt he. Comprise was adopted by a vote of 32: to t 21. Hant-Vi; the al.m.agent, fur a bottle. We took the first For: New York Sections twenty-three n ettYn",Io twelve t..ent'-thirteen. fourtt'tni i 5

L Tfce article from which th.above extract is taken. got the h 'dropbo'? In the House on Friday it was rejected by :39 dose acrordim; to the dirt clifnl, and almost! instantlyfelt aril Sections thirty-four' thil ty-6e and i"eusi.e..

p l 11> piece ef the cooldest blarnry that we have tern do noting in this case. Heis ijority.: The South united. t this aglow WM t o'dock-at(health warmth fire, rre through took anotler Ibeltem'( & in township seven, and totn.bip. eight and nine of. .

1 the Sentinel(or many a day. But it i. too palpa a Sentinel the political watch-tower are another, and soon after < a per ranze thirteen.

1 b humbug any one but- "'igi. TTiry may be- only a patrol He must indulge his fits to case hisconscience. Gen. Itilie Combs Tmns the Florida Scolintl. .ceptit at nine( relief in the\I frequent of the spasms and REGULAR LINE OF rAcl'ES between The fraction river rf township, cf range seven f.urte1.lihate west (ftbt'u'anne .

'lint' it, for they ,,'i believe anything if we are to It is our duty to deal with .tn giingtlulw' Another Flat (Contradiction violcit pains that .had before look another jtleruVd dose! therf. the At TiE York ah? St Marks will Land* appropriated l>y la* for Ih* ufe of school*.

judge (row the generality of political articles "ith olly. Ereunt PATROL. Why, then, should Snithern democrats thrM phlem in.the t houzh morning toiih we>ellow antI ropy was ad ejected commence running.at the opening of the r.l.trade, 'military' or other pu-rIs. will b excluded from. t.'

which our industrious neighbor crams his pap r.- persist in the hopeless work upholding ihe lungs with comparative eue.e fee and continue throuuhout the entire year," tliesales. .
1 llh, l't9. from WARCALLA, Master, The cffecing the above entiont lard.will becommented
But where does the Sentinel get his information t bat ST. Atoi-tTi August Cass, when their party at the North i if abandoning grattful for the relief afforded., and recommend. a Brig. OC1LLA, JO(1)n.Trim. do. t ttt daj proceed in

*'*.CAss phalanx in some of the Northern State Jlfe *n. Editors of the Floridian: and him by thousands."-Florida Sentinel, IriaJDf it deemed bv all who it clue are to scfTering the I we and suffered.Wehave to hnmanty -. LUCY, lflne do. the order in "fr they are.adert:8.1ith: all ron- i-:

ft nraeb P Where dO it com Goternor DUVAL addrc-.t a try: large ritbiisia.stic August 13. mt'dicne. fo the virtue SUWANNEE do. (new.) venient dispatch, until hn.been,
bg 1 redxi of the Democrats, at the Court to (five this unsought testimony W Perry >. (nevr.) offered and the alfs thus closwl. Hot n- sale IIan'bt'
confess that we have been under the deI'huu1 meeting I have travelled States of the of the Balsam, in our case. I ACIS.\ .
through ten built subslantialmn- longer than two weeks, and no private
in the
this time that the phal room in this city on Thursday It. He was very Fo sale hy K. DAKNARD, Jr. Druggist!, TaTlahawet The.e Britfi are tt cornmandeclt'ycareful kept open
to land will
impression up remarks. Union, and if the Whig; party do not arouse expressly fo Ibis tratfe, and are entry of any of the b admitted until
l lan" wse increasing with a rapidity which $,ae successful-very happy and eloquent in his LEWIS CASS JSEXT PRESI- U L\DD Newport and by Druggists gene ner and experienced! Captains Freight and pas- after after the expiration of tbe tVO "f ".
have bee During the whole time he "8 upon the stand not a th.ncI"s. I TIE ally tlroughout the United States. Agents- Given under my hand at the City of Washington tkic i
no hope We are sore we lot with JJENT.-en. Combs,vhig,at Buffalo, N. Y.u -- --- ------- sage tb tOWC'ff y t CO. thirui-davofJnlyAnswa Domini ;
profound otnbousnchcl.rhnndrr
indifferent of the battle Found WM to Jilenl : ANUESO
spectators or die progress I b tard; OBITUARY.Dirnr 10 .trttl. New York. nj for1yight..
ra and w. feel considerable anxiety to know how attention, until he arie at the end of' some touch- Why then should Southern democrats persist JOHN DENHAM.Mnr President : .
it hat and when the room resounded the work Cats, suddenly in Gadsden County, Fa. on ORMOND. JAMES K. POLK.
1 that we have overlooked the item ing eloquent passage in hopeless upholding HARDY SHEPARD, formerly McNAUGllT & .
wkica np with evidences of approbation. The old gentleman when their at the North is abandoninghim tht his Newport. RICHARD M. YOUNft. ,
.Ce ude eye of the Whig organ party low County, N. C., i in the BSth yea of age
th by all who August 12, JS4S. 4 Commissioner of t\e GeneralhnJ Office. "
with what was pronounced Florida Sentinel. will Newport
We know Anon LAwaEJc.the great New Eng fa"ore'u ny (Jjousands. ( Standard, Raleigh, please copy.

l *l calico maker, has told the people of the North head him, a truly eloquent able, statesmanlike Haver you heard from the North Carolina ( at bit residence DIf the White Sulphur Notice NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION rttr 'NT ,

thattbt question is whether Gn. T ATLa. as th peedi. There WM D trick-nothing to trap the election T If not, read' the answer to th a- Spring.S.Mamilton BOyD EKaged Connty, Florida.32 year on. the 25th ul.. Medca. i. iCALL.: M. DpR3. Every person eat tied to the rgh pre-emption' '
ohoflld at alltimes JOHN \ within the
-nothing but such O- WHIT ) to any of tbe lands 'ownthip? and fans o(
trpobent of : doctrines of Interns' unsuspecting Sooth Carolina,and em J. .
great Whig native of WIRT CALL hare a.iate(1Iht'm5lp.in establwh'
th of who seeks bore question in the victorious shouts which Mr. Boyd waaa & townships above ia required fo
provement and a Protective Tariff, or Lewis characterize the one pop to Florida in the spring of the year 1847.- .L/ the practice of Medicine, Scrget .ate., and the same to the enpmerated.it of tbe Register Re-:
CA .a the exponent of the concentrated recklewJ ular favor. lie did not deal in self-laudation ; nor come booming on the winds from the Old illte a spirit of manly fortitude in tder- offer their .eric. to the public. reiver tbe propr. Land OSre, a 4 make ai a'1nftherpfo. '
tbe eurrilotts abuse of his opponents the hardships incident to emigration; Office Drag Store Monficello. Florida. bit
radicalism of tbe Locofoco party,Mall ad did he descend to North Siate I ing ifcwre to himself over an soon praeriioMt after seeing avw
which, i. to frequently practice encountering many privation to Auzust 5. 194S. 3 ly tice. and before the day appointed for the conumessO.racist ..
the Pretidentia unrorulately. it has theAlr&ghty
.1 G.eernmenzf next and family a comfortable home res safe tbe
) of the public of tbe
by Tbe game played by his &pponent Southern Whigs persist in tbe him Mr. B. wa Dlvofls.; "JbID
what if Aa xJrr LAwaXJCE does say plticans \Vb'lhold to call a"a, membr. tract claimed1;ojherttae roth claim .
thia? Tb Florida the question is in hi Cnns was to far beneath the old hopeless work of upholding Taylor, when of the M. E. Church,and died in full hope pair of MahosanT Divans, for sale br RICHARD M. YOUNG.
S.a1 b descend to. when there are futurity He leaves behind a young and helpless .ONE eiurolL4'S .
tw5*1 for him ever to pv fc LlNr-ENBEKf.ER Corifnienrr cfse (; Oficr.Jny ?
J V.1. aD GDera Teybr!- pioneer their party in North Carolina ti abandoning and an circle of frienfli to mourn BIRtHT .
intelligent man tort family utn"iV. C7. r 4 i. 1 I5
d left f sr a JilylS.ll.' 1
causes p.
& o course tis must b so. u the Florida Str manly 'him' by thousandf' his untimely' ead.
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M moch abt it Jndetd ABIOTT u.



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(. Boot and Shoe Making

:1b : MEDICAL NOTICE. r1HEcinrwhich Journal ll.I from we the extract Rev. 1 Ifom L Frur.ol the Cam'dero e'vor Springs, Ford AMEHDMI5T8 of the State T THCenititntlon Florid T HEunderiignedhaving purchased the /ustieu Cow,Attachment.I"He*t Dulriet .

sL II 4 DR3 WILSON .nJ VAN WVCK. (lute Professor I Kershaw District, S. C. o entire stock and material of LCAXSiRtHrtLD Justus R, FottU'Q Agent '/ "tf1att1ijEdRH.

,,. ; Surgsry in the Franklin Medical Collie cf Ker havv District, S. C., I .. whois abut leaving; the Stale, cv. ) I

4r1 ..: Philadelphia..) hive f..rmecla l ro-p ttneisbip for the I lumiolon. May 19. 1516. ) Proposed and agrtcd lo by the third General respectfully friends and the Whiting. ** .? .

:t 4 practice of MEDICINT. and) SURGERV. and for the I have Mi,cd in mv family Dr. Hull's Fever andAgue Assembly ; to th action th n 'x public that present at the old stand, where and all others
INS PRUCTIMX( Or MEDICAl. sri'DENTS.Patients I I 8ujrr o he is to execute all work in his line with. rUE are btreb1110fStd
,: Pill!, and a-o Dr. Slencrr. Vegetable Pills WAKULLA HOTEL, having undergone ex General Assembly.AN prepared commencement of this suit !! *
.- from I i1iUu ,'.l i>* well aCOnmnbl. fur the last and in TiE and despatch.. He .on hand he fInest l Justices Court relllt1l.bl
,11, ;: : two years, pronouncing improvement, if now open for the re- promptness to be held at TIl1ab .>
I c.t. Eli: on iei* nble trrms. either at the llotrIiorJt excellent lamilv' medicines of calf skins, and all soils of materials, and will ol ass,, I
: r.: them t bf mol! ept ion of guests under t th.esuperinten' <:ence of Mrs Clause of the 5th Article day October next, and to CIIIf* **
ACT amend the 12th appear V
PiivaU Hon and can receive I' to notice and in the best GEN and
; !n'H"lin "flhf city make at short ,
t -and a an art of justice to the worthy proprietors MADDEN, whose experience and well known Dualities that the mnne same. '" toth
this Slate
fiom the S.ib- imcli. M.lical :anJ Surgical atIcni6n for the information of the Constitution so TLEMEN'S ROOTS AND *
'ribt'r 1MN I will state, every description.
E of these invaluable as a hostess warrants(he promise that no expanse Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold .their offices SHOE Given under my hand and seal, this
s 3'c' '" .th-ir! case rr \111"re| and satisfaction. of all concerned, that mv ->r attention mil be withheld that would add to the instead of during Koots. fole repaired in ?1Ut. A. D. 1549. ? '<4i( >, of Aa.
: ." A limited ii'JinVrct; O'FII': STUDCVTS will wife prior to nor marriage;e. had been m,' or Ic's comfoit and pleasure! of visitor for a term of eight years style charges. He wi war EDWARD 14.Justice.

1 i 1, ;, bj r-eceieI. who wi h.elpplit- '!o'". Plates., the subject cf Chills and Fevers 'lor about eighteentnnthii. The Spring are situated! on the St. Mark River good behavior. enacted the Senate and It'njsee.fflrprescniatircs go his work to be equal to any done in plce. WtsT.lttAr., J

1; .J:: :. r Anitomical. a->d Pr.puationi be regularly having tried various remedies without sue- foe miles shore its junction. with the WukulU, and SFCTIOW 1. Belt of the State by of Florida in General and (to give I good satisfaction" as to fitting any August, IS! If. 33m'the: p

,it; .. ) etjmi'ifd in the pm rs* 12th Clause of
: to (hrt no-le uid in the !large orlhr she commenced JlssemUy conrrtd, That the JOHN: LF.RCH. In the Circuit _.
c.rlin. pU das after our marriage Spmetr's f healthy Court
3 will <> a pine rtlion. open to the constant .the of (the Constitution of this State be oflhiiJt1jjj
,,1 .ili.-\ be u n1it to compound arid dispm eJVI and day or I wo afterwards w llulfs :11 Arice May S, II7. 42 tf
< in a sea breeze from the rendering it a Florida in and lf,
PIls. Gul. resiJ.nte. follows That at' the -
read ,
lo viz: ,
'"u .. : 1 Jicinrs, anl will h: ins'ructed in the tniiwr /'*//.. ; used about half a box ot each ; the result during he sultry summer month, truly delightful.A so a I of office of the Cmtf cf I.
of the term Judgesr
', t"" : ccrry Jiy >latus of l'ie Sarg;-on-memg. CupPrhin : \. a R.DICLCI.'RE. She rein d her health substantial i bnde has been .thrown over East River, expiration the Circuit Courts present, with Ihe exception hereinafter NEW GOODS. TO SPRING TERM. A. D. J54,.

B4eI&inz.: .te. .. ,ud streiiclh rapidly, and ha. no return of the light-housa shore within Leopold Greenberg Charles Green
t ; I" tery bringing anc tea an t the Justices of the Supreme Court, )
) ; ti.i Private Oficeiri: anY Am-ncan cnilian>l Ji'rn' rinee. I believe these medicine hour ride on horseback carriage!, where convenience and menliontt Jtu'ges of the Circuit Courtsshall be electedfor subscribers would the attention of the berg.Henry Greenberg.and Adolp
\ S "ill If"rJ" sirciTer :rid)"-f ?'a-d: alpr\'t'l I lo ht' safe; and when used a specifically for sea bathing will be found at all times. a term of eight and shall hold their rilE to the choice extensive assortmentof Kline merchants and copartners danr t

h,,1 rr-r*- ,", or present mlr practical facilities 'lortnSents. i lirecltd are attended with satisfactory results. The batlinl establishment connected with .the 10 for that term. nnles years sooner removed under ofct provisions GOODS, now receivi..g per Brigs Wakulla and in trade using the name,style and .Siooo"

j.: I:. L FR.ZEITil tel thoroughly and Emeline. Their stock has been with firm of L. & H. Greenberg & Co. )
o with this it be I tn repaired 'mprovemtnt made in thi; Constitution for the removal I of slele. care, A"achlhttt,
ii lncttiTA"'n (1"jalmenl. may pro. nude so that and shower fashionable ts. ,
; plunge ; can and for wilful from the most in New lor
i L. -. I I *t that t as *<.n .an lufirmarv', following from an influential Planter ni hed all Judge by 3ctrfs' or impeachment ; fshbl,1ent WilhiamSCarpenter. j 2i
'A tir ( both and Surcical Pa- testimony at hours of t the day 'free of chirge,tnget her of duly, or other reasonable cause, which York; and, having been purchased reuceJ prices
; of
1'r, the uwfion 11-i.1 Wa-hiujton Couit take 'from the MucuiiT.Iecraphi with the neI.c defendant and all
l > acknowledged intrinsic ralue and enabled furnish their other
: when *fiideti will have the miraculous not' be sufficient ground for impeachment.. Ihe they are at prices TIlE ,person, illltrtltfIJ i
: ,
: hefts will be opened take notice
: effect of the water' in cases, low. Their of the
.1 particular presentattractions proportionately titafion
'. : Governor shall remove of (them on the address or
I wipiirtunitv. opitctitalIV dis'ant. County, Ga., January .1, KI7.Dr. any attachment and Ibia IIItf
"rdyi"l Washington by
to Ihe invalid and citizen ol leisure not t they are r
of two-thiids of the General Proeidid uirPd.o.
Assembly '
\.ft. -.>Nth C I II Hull Dear has been about ; iFliEAPY R3ABS CLOTOINQ and to the al 'If
.'. ..1buMee.Jul .h'il Si-I kttrpa sscd in the Southern Slates. Tho* in pursuitof plead declaration filed in
That the shall be stated at this
M 1 n. cause or causes
J T. J WILSON' h0tcrtr n1be
Fever awl
since I u. law.
of the materials
Ihr'f ears comm )jour pleasure alone, ian alwavsfnd boats sr fishing length in such address and entered on the journals of is best anc being manufactured cording to

.H; ::, ,. ." e.c. V.NVYCK.M D. .1iif aid! .'llifir" Pills, ou my plnlation. I parties or excursions to the Wakulla Sprite; and the ach I ; ,That\ t lhecau"e directly under the eye Mr. Stillman. all JAMES T. ARCHER.

t -Jh21--_I _' m -- ----- --- have. hail a large' number of cats of Chii ; Fe- Bay, or can enjoy the more exciting plea uf1 of the or l.ms. 'ndpid.furlhtr I e so intended fear ol shop-work is thereby precluded, and persons Attorney fvr PlaiQlir.

,, .. Notice. ve>r, and some few of Billious Fever, in no instance cha.e, seek exi" rcise in the Ten Palt .the name to be( removed and he shall be admitted lo a hearing purchasing may rely upon getting an article. well July 2 IS Iq. 2 Un, ,
of cither form of Fever have I f.ilt to cllecl! of Billiards the healthful In made. Among the articles. comprising their -
:: : ( persons having claims. again-t the, estate of or a word in his own defence,before any vote for such removal "

; t I ALL l.t Dr. Iaac D New tn:.i, deceased. Ion taken acme at when the commencement directions were of followed(the disease.andthey I were have every t thing possible wil!! be done to make tie Springs !hl pass : and in such cases'the vote shall be taken FILL j1J\'D m.\"TEH STOCK STEAMSa -
an agreeable resort.' -
them to the undersigned and and entered the Journals
of each
: Cjuiity are requested to present teas nays on
: '. had greater succe-s in using your PilU, than withthy June 10, ltQQ. 47 maybe found the following:
bv llou
; f .Administrator, within the lime frpcnbt- other medicine I have ever used in my family ; ---- .e respectively. Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Black,

: .' ',_ .. law, or this notice ".1 be plead in recovery there i is no eloubt that when according to directions To Country Merchants. Src. 2. Be further enartcd.That the Judges frt Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa
',' ; au.f all persons adebte to iaid 1 estate, are use, appointed under this amended Con'il'lionshal' Gotjia Tweeds and col'd. Cassimer do
I I' .. will a speedy cure. Mix fancy
# .. lejtiested to make pavmcnt.. ct.'t Your, with respect, TiE Tin Manufactory has now, and i I. constantly divided by lot into four clashes. : I' Pellets Blanket Overcoats, A.C., Heavy Pilot JAMES TUCKER, MASTH.
$ ,' PATRICK SMITH. !to its stock, a co'nptD"orrlml of hold his or their office or offices fo the term of two
& EMANUEL BROWN. and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk undersigned avails himself
: Julv" 15}, I IAN.. :2 2m Athninilr310r.I fXJ": The bO'e valuable fresh and genuine Tin of all inscriptions. I has aJil,l new machinery yearslhe second for the term of four years, the third and Blue Cloths Pantaloons of Black French Cas- TilE the public that Ihe of t.hilIcodeo'L
-- mttiCine! by which the work done better than Dew
ever for the term of six the fourth for the term oteijiht ;
: :. fasi3nd-S-ugar. are fur alc by LJWIS: &AMES before'in (this I.b ) simer, Bile Ribbe do., fancy Plaid Check & Striped GLASGOW i il now performing her rewhr iST"
July' I, ISIS. .'0 Fla. ( years.Passed : do. ; also, Satinctt and Jeans do.&e.: VESTS the Suwannee River between Colombo !
; -. : llha; ( There is a travelling all he from Ma- and
the Senate Ihe Constitutional Ctdt
IHU year
i I P..ler [ by majority ,
Bro-vn -- -' -- '- -- of Black and Fancy Satins, Striped! and Plaid Silks, Keyi. This boat i is strongly built of
., ., ua. Dr. PillsAND rianna to the River to supply the Mer December 21?, 1- Passed the House of Representatives -i Velvets Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias teria" and the beitn .
For il low by the pa kair' Spencer's Vegetable chants, who Plaid Silk propelled by two engines, and
can always rely on (\ going
\ wajon by the Constitutional majority January C, ciwKU
: IHCII&LINDENBERGER.J.ilvl' through the section above named, delivering the IS 19.] Mazurkas, & & carrying one hundred 'tons burthen oMOOUlwU
., 1'. 1 Tonic mill Restorative Cillrrs.Foi Tin. Any orders sent by mail an They an extensive assortment of Cloths. cotton with suitable accommodations, tot ron
: promptly at-I
April 15, ISIS. fim ,
: .. I'lhr of the B/ooo, and ? &to"I of IndE1 to, and delivered at' once to th Merchants Cas.imers and Vestinjs ';'unmnufartore. consisting sengers, of light draft requiring but seventeen' incb.pu.
; Crystaline Candles. all .'[orb l Secretions the in pait of: Superior Wool Dje es water,thereby enabling her to
: the S.I'm of We slate that o ir prices are always he same, without U. S. MAIL LINE perform her hip
: AS SPERM: for ale at 2'J: cents per poun (;1I.Sl; and IACIT, .Morbid Humors, and the least t variation. Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English: Blue and regularly at all seasons of the year between Ohm.

4 't t. GOOD the "ilalrt the Sujsleinc.. We have on hand the following aitjlcsas well as Invisible Green Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and bin and Cedar Keys,leaving Columbus ever?TC-

: :. : bxUIRCHETT &LINDENBERGER.Julv : rl IIE'" Pills -i BIer! have be< n steadily :gunL every thing kept in our line : Castor do., French Black Cassimer, do. Ribbed do. DAY morning at 7 o'clock. A. M. aDd Cedar 1>I

.' l 15. .. 52 _ lug pii.-ularit, ) amolgal cla..(-are not \ Furnace, such as every family reed; Cookin do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and every FRIDAY morning. Should snfficieat pt iron.
S ,' -- --White----Beaver- --Hats.BEST among; I In we ol ," ( !ea(>' or experimental Stoves' e>f the most approved kind in atAir;, Tight most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and age be extended or .the interests of shipper rf11ir,
'I : Plaid do. do. Silk. Silk and her
Woollen to .
relied Fancy Satins pt'rform'o trip
but be week
as composition
upon Stove for Parlors per
char.Iltr. ,
q'ulilj' and most fashionable! .1 tvie,just re- Chat.hr" or tjfkcs ; Coffee proprietor.
4 Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia of will
Pi founded correct and Vesting cheerfully acquiesce and
therapeutic in
f upon principles Roasti, Double Rod Iron Cream Freezers make the
Pumps ; Tallahassee otcwa
by lc From to Macon.TiiroueFa
.,:. L. LINDENBERGER.Julv confided in as.'ife. pleasant, and efficient Medicine"wherever &c..c. Velvet Plush, &c. &c. change,or add another new boat to the line. Lie ry

i HlCIfT. a Tunic e,r .'lpl unt is needed, and wherea Juno :t. IMS. 41Havana in forty-tiro hours from Tallahassee to.Macon ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF capacity to the one now employed. As lOOn I.
,a ;, r is ; Cathartic alone is ntcdel I the -------- and to Chat)lesion in three days, ticablc this beat. will extend her prac.
r Purgative>r simnle : I. Hals and MontereyBro.( } and Cotton trips up UII So.
Notice. /' // alone sland unrivalled. in time lo take the Mail Boats onJ"orth Bjeach'd. wannee river fr Ihe
Syrups Upper
/ Linen and Cotton Shirts, ,' U defhirt Springs and also np tb*
months: after date, the undersigned vill pre They will poj.lively cure, and hare in thousands} ,1n l Preset'vcs at cost to close tie, Sal. Mefourtla do.,' Elk Ial Silk Cravats, ',Silks and Merino Jo. Withlacoochie river.

.1 SIX nt their accounts and vu-jclur* to the IlonoraMe of cases j Dvspcpsia. Jaundice, Liver Complaint! 5 DOZEN Orange Raspberry, and(.range Flower 'JL flllE Stage \\11 leave Tallahassee on Mondays F ncy tin do ',Lambs Wool and Angola I The undersigned would further. state that b. and
: of the Skin Sallow General Wednesdays, and FriIdYs. at o'clock, A. M., others' proprietors' of .this boat
JiiJ e of Pr.bile of P.enton County and appl Eruptions; Complexion Syrups, fI Rich Fancy Satin and Undershirts have availed Ihtm.
." /: for letters of dismission asBrown Cotton and Cotton- selves of the provisions of an act entitled' An ((,

: ', '. ininisiratnx of the estate of William Boyd, late of &c. .ic. /.s an excellent eradicator mercury .I Ha-idsoine Grass Hammocks.. Arfply, to Albany I\rericuc. and Perry,) on Tuesdays, Jenny Lind Hhks. / !de Drawers, improve the navigation and to navigate the 1IWal.

.' nil Count.v', deceased.: rom tfitstf'leiH these Pill and Bitter!are unequal led. J. II. FOHTUH.otpnt, Thursday and Saturdays: all o'clock, P. ]M., in Blk. White and Col'd Kid'Gum Elastic. Suspenders, nee river, and for other purposes therein mentioned,

A. & A. CLARK The inlcationo requiring Spencer Pills and Cit- June :, 1 1l'.4 l At tle'J !? time for I the cars for svann3h. Leaving Macon on Gloves, Merino and. Cotton Halfi enacted' at the last session of the Legislature of Ike
; Administrator: and Administratrix.A f.I tel c, \\ hey should betaken without delay aarrcrcufirc Mondajs, Wednesd\, FriJ.y,, at 4-o'clock, A i Hose, Stale of Florida ; that they have recently organized

''I.ta. fls-nnnCo..I-a., Julv. I. I"JS.fiii' "i of the formation of acute disease, ate Ice Ice Ice 111, and arivinJ in 1 allaha. !see on Tuesdays!, Thurs their company pursuant to the provision of wfd set.
Patent Leather
-' -- : -when the tongue is furred ; when the vnne TIP. ( will deliver ICE at tie Ice House Saturdays at 10 clock, P. M. This line Shoulder Shoes Cmbrell13, Money Belts, under the name and style of the Florida State Inter-'

-. Notice. I highly colol.e; when theie is pail in the stomach ;to 7 &d.'Ck t\r nornin .lt cents re- connects with the Central Rail Road Savannah, Augusta Braces & .c.CLARK Improvement and Steam Navigation Companv.
,APPLICATiON will he rrade at the nc\I Milledgevilte and Western Rail Road to Co. Jk. STILLMAN. The will
AN and bO\I"; s\hen there arc nervous irritations ; lail'at the Ire 1",1. or ;cents per'H. 'p town,- Cpapany soon completetheiramngmenA,
.S ession of the General Assembly of Flondj, for I when t there are pains in the back and head, ; when Persons living !surrounding vilci \\illbe Itmbus, Ga. I also connects with the Mail Line October 27, IS-1. 1 of' which due notice will be given, for pnrcbasirr

a charter of incorporation of the tokholcu o. the skin i i. hot, dry, or yellow ; when the appetiteis furnished Ice at the Ice lous for oj cents per from QuinCy '0 Chatlahooclue, and .Ihence to Apa- Cotton and other products of the country, or make

: I .The SOlthwt'er Rail Road. of Forid.. poor ; when there arc ccld chills ; ,when the pound by the IIIJJredei lachicola. Passengers ran go from Tallahas to Leon Circuit Cour. liberal cash advances, upon all property shipped,

Jlly t. 51 I :1 dreams are bid.or startling in sleep.It J. fc J T. DlFFINc Columbus in three (layS. and but one night will be IN when required As soon as practicable a line cf

taken on the occurrence of any orl of these' <.lbha ",c Mjf, ; I Is*!*., -II I spent on the road between Talaha".e and Macon. CuJilor,' Bill fur settlement of Estate. suitable packet will be established by the Company

,. SITUATION! as Ti:.\CHEK. in a private family idicatiol' of approaching disease: j ham> and -- ---- ---- The public may rest assured t every attention will James C. and otheis, for themselves and between Cedar Keys and New York and New Or

:r' A or academy, by 3 v'on ug senile'man who has: bad. ickiiesi IRY LE prevented r HOUSE. 'to the comfort of these who may patronize other. creditors rOme of A. M. Gatlin, Complainants, leans for the conveyance of freight and passengers,

experience in giving i i inhtruclioi: in the dilT i \rcr.t I The above :Midicine-s fresh arid cenuire, are i"
braid of I:" !!tih,*CIaical. and Mathematicae.l'Jcaliou "alt by LEWIS &AMES, iALACHUA th,' m FARE: Bel Ion,Sarah A. Betton,his Wife Exec mode of transportation of their properly teithei
: Julv I 11 B. 50( purchased Tallahassee to Qnincy,$ 30; to market as well return
and is in every re to Alba.iy I1 I t. and to Macon, destination. The
----- ----- S'2. rates of will
pare >oulls: 'for any col'g. in Ihe Union. Toe ap- W. Pearson, ] at Newnansville, II.: ., i is WR'IGHT IIERLLit4, By an order made by his Honor transportation DA
Medicines &c. Ji'h : now 1 & SAWYER Proprietors. W instance exceed those heretofore charged allowed
plica'itra-i fuini"h te.lillonial. of ability and char Drugs THOMAS
,. acleran I will be ,uti"iP1: with a moderate salary.Address rt.hto. : ;accommodate Boarders and Trd'lf. and By JOHN M YARN, Agent. IS 17. in t IOCGL.U. Judge on the the 11 undersigned December for like services, but a material reduction of suc'irates !
W. 11. T.. Savannah Ga. \RNARD, JR., hope; .by his exertions to make his gueii as com fjf- Office at the Planter's:Hotel, Tallahassee-C.E. aoye entited cause, in contemplated at an early period, as soon isI
.' IDW.\Rl fort-Lie as pOibe. He ha? good and a BAILEY Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in Quincy. was appointe. among things, lo takean I he increase of business shall warrant such redaction.
". July I, I IHH.I :Jla received the late arrival*. tang. account due to for .their
by are first rate o always in attendance.GEORGE "hat is Complainants
July 17, IS 7. 52 The facilities offered! to parties of pleasure and others
t 0 Wakulla ( .h addition to his stock of GEN claims, and to all other of said A. M. Gatlin
Circuit Court. : It!. GiLPIN.Newnansville rrrd"o lo visit the
at all
Keys, seasons of the .
SPRING TERM lli.TWestin DRUGS) 1:1! nDCe"IS. all ot I May 13. ISIS.I ___ 43 DR. J. REESE'S with interest .thereon j and it was ordered further the most healthy and desirable retreats for year invalids, one

Ltimpkin, Agent for ) I are of quality, loirfai CU'' -- -- : LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P .That the said Master do cause a advertisement and others in the State,and the beautiful and roman
Attachment &c.
R.bert < 1 a general assortment of the follow to be published in the Floridian, a newra.ptr
I l lWllum tic of the Suwannee will, it is
scenery supposed,offer
I J l.uCfkm. Debt S"j). { genuine viz : 1A Onn LBS, BACON. I.-MS. SDES, and ERSOXS of feeble constitutions and 'those of sc- published weekly in Talabatre. and in such inducements to to avail themselves of

-A S.f'arp. ntpr. ] bud iI5(' Rowan.l's Improved Tonic Mix 1J, SHOULDERS dentary habits, are often trouble with habitual other public newspapers thirk proper,for ant an excursion.many so pleu-

defen'latit. and others interested will take n.U ..- of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's )'.00' Ib" best Leaf Lard costiveness, which often a very unfavorable the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come This Company, having as they believe, made all

1'1E of the ins'itution of the above suit by at- Pills Shermin's Celebrated' Cathartic Camphor. 5'JO' ) Jb*. Carolina Rice, influence upon their general; health, which is particularly in before him,and prove their debts, on or before .the requisite arrangements for the convenience and

lachment, and! appear and plead to the declaration Worm Cou.h, and Dinner Lozenges, Honpland's 20 bbls. St. Louis Flour, manifested by irregularity, if not 'total loss of .first day of May next ; and that such of. the creditor of the public, they solicit its accommodation

filed in the case within the time prescribed by law Celebrated Fever and Ague Remedy. Lucema Cordial, 10 sacks Rio, Cofpt appetite. In this condition of the "ylem. this article hoshall not come in and prove their debts by the time patron

t 7 H. N. GRAY Thompson's Eje Water. McMunns' Elixir of Opium .100( gallons Liquors and Wine is confidently recommended with the aur.ncethat aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree age.For further particulars apply to Messrs. D. P.

_1 Attorney f for PIaintiffI Sinds S. :taia. Turners Fever and Ague Pills, :.r iu<,lbbl<. double rectified: Whiskey if the dose is properly adjusted ( a not 'to ; and that such persons not parties to the bill, SMITH &. Co., Columbus Messrs. SMITH HARRIS

1"1 1 H.JQ ') ?. Tvler' '. Rtllions and Anti-D.ptp'ir 10' do/.e best Port Wine move the bowels too actively, relief ma, be relit who shall come in before the aid Master to provei i Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM t RICHARDS

I Pills, Beckwith'i Anti-Djspeptic Pili. jVters andS If 1" M.tfira Wine upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences their debts, do. before they are admitted directors, Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned. ,
'p Molasses Barrels. ;,encer's Pills, Agent lor Townsenei's 4. resulting from .the use of common purgative contribute' lo the complainants their proportion of JAMES
on VERY CHOICE MOLASSES. BARRELS for celebrated Sar. .apanlla, in quart bottles, at $1| per C Claret medicine., "fUa.iv; resorted to. the expenses of this suit' to be settled by the said And

.. _) uale at the Store ol S S. KNIGHT. buttle. Als I. superior Ltmon. Svrup, [ireparod from Soap, Candles, Stirch, Cheese, Pickles, lives Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on .the Ma-ster." And- it was also ordered, that .an accountbe Columbus Florida January others 22, 1943.Proprietors.22
June 17, 1S4S. |' Citnr or Ionian .Acid far preferable for the preventive of this medicine by it taken of all securities or collaterals held the ly
--- __ _ pole Olive Oil, Catsup Mu-tard, PepperGround HIrer, properties using on by
PROSPECTUS sck: or ordinary Use than that u"ual} sold, London Green and Black. leas, &-c., &.C., at the new evce- the first intimation of an approaching attack.. Thereare creditors respectively and a report be made of the BULL &, PRATORIUS,
ot Porter JLr., \c. lore of S. S. KNIGjT. ) some constitutions liab.'e: to regular alack. of .lme. and of the value of each." And it was also At the corner store under the Sentinel Office uJ

:. Tb! Literary Gazelle June 10, ISIS. 47 April 20), 1"1.. 41, liillnnu Fever almost every fall ; to such t use of i ordered that all parties may be examined upon interrogatories opposite the Phtrnii Building
S outhrr this medicine i is commended and produce all books and in
-- --- n beginning to use papers
NOW OPENING choice and selected
,. A WEEKLY JOaS.LCOMMECED. J IlTH! IN AIHE>!.G.\, Western Produce and Groceries. Pure Sulphate of Quinine by' the middle of May or first of June. i I their custody or power relating I theretoupon oath ARC of CLOTHS a CASSIMERS well, VEST-
ON l> or MY.
: 1 1rrl: 'C"I'.11&UY WILLIAM 1 l. RICHARDS.TMIERE JUST received a large supply of PROVISIONS TiE subscribers have on hand two hundid and Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex fore." the aid ,Master as the said Master shall direct. NGS and READY-MADECLOTIIINC. The preat

: i i. ..t. South of Potomac a single D GROCERIES at the tore' cf ounces ol Sulphate Quinine, nltili they I perience a sense of fullness, weight and oppression care and taste bestowed in the select ion of these goods
ff) about the stomach after will find this medicine Now therefore all persons claiming to be creditors
wh.jse sole object is to develope and S. S. K IGJT. have ottaint. direct from the manufactures, and eating warrant them in saying to all who wish to purchac
afford of said A. M. Gatlin
almost immediate rtlief.Ladies are hdreby, in of
f> ter litcr taste and talent in the South; and tin June 10, 1"1'. 4Notce. they it to be a superior article. pursuance good bargains,you will do well to call and examine
f near their confinement offen suffer from said order, notified to produce their claims, and the
4 ,, fact is certainly a sufficient reason for an earnest attempt We have enlarged our stock of Drugs anMedi our stock. It would be a great tax oa time and paience -
heartburn and costiveness : to uch this article is vouchers in support thereof and all collateral and
to establish such a journal. The failure oft cines by recent arnvals, and are prepared toTCccute to enumerate the different styles and patterns
it. be used without the securities therefor before me, at office in Tallahassee
highly can
}.rtvioOa cflorU.' cannot be regarded by the intelligent SIX months after e.l. Aclr.iinis- orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale o retail, recommendt. I time limited my composure Ibis assortment ; suffice it lo say that a
within the in
least In sick said order and
inin.l as an argument against audi an attempt. Those cif the estate of Charles Bc-ck.tein. late of on the most accommodating terms. ant great tencfl. or nervous t portion of these cloths and cassimer*are of 'BrMaiu'M .
a otherwise with the
i headache i comply provisions of the
", failures have been and there County will present Iii accounts 1 have also few due same Boasted Lustre,* and the clothing and
may probably Lon an vouchers \\e a account )et to tutor the
ariiche.will be found that be admitted the said
I This to act a they parties to suit.
plersant cordial may
i- suit of cilculht n : longer existing. The need .' the Hon. Judge of Probate for said County. year 1317. They are generally in small alour.ts, 1 this'third every article of their stock is of a style and quality
.. ealO and tonic, restoring the appetite' and at the< Dated day of December A. D. 1S47.
of such tuidit i i. and for a final settlement and but if the whole could be that will please the most fastidious.
l.. an organ in our so universally ac- pray discharge from paid shortly, it wiuld go I SIMON
same time fulfilling that the TOWLE Special Master.
k.ia that not the said estate. far towards every commonpurgatives They would mention that these CLOTHS are of
t' \ledged, to attempt to supply hiuidatingcettain sums which owe
def. effect. December 1547. 20 tf
intended 4.
.. <;t ooy, would indicate a disregard: of f the .ins o THERESE: DECKSTEIN. (By iM-m:/nt,) LEWIS A.NKS.I are to Itiiptuely vegetable the finest texture, the best English wool dye French
& and when used to the directions,
,( ,..,... the times trarcel more surprising than inexctibable JOt:D DE CORCE. April 20, 1<19._ 41 will be, found, an i invaluable according article,especially to t those. W. S. t L :7 P Fl l wool dye black,do.Cassimer,London wool dye Mack,
-- do. Cass. French
t ISIS 1 6 and German black cloths do. Cats
The progreii< o* the age, and the rapid advance of M.y20.1 lit Lav.Montirtllo ,
afflicted with Dv pepsja, of the J Attorney at .
.1 ', Ihe South in Coramerce, Manufacture, and Iltee.1 -- -- ---- -- Cigars Cigars Derangement i\er. French fancy Cassimers.VES'PINGS .
.' Improvements, i imperatively demand a In Hamilton Circuit Court. 1 K fififi recived or General Debility County, Florida, of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin,
SP.\NISi RIGA LAS jos Doctor J. Reese Griffin Pike attend the Circuit Court of the
corellnd. by Middle
Prepue Silk Woollen Velvet
Cashmerr'.t and
'.. in; Georgia, for sale bv appointment at ( ,and of the County ot Columbia of the
jcct be lia, tablihhed a Weekly Journal at the spt MAY TERM Idlb. L. 3. H. GREENBERG CO. anr Cerro Gor to and Cherubusco. Monterey checked.
& Jr's., Eastern Circuit,Florida.
.t. i .( the Univ'er ity of Georgia ai.d rallied around il John ) > May 20. ISIS. 41mw.VKI READYMADE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine hlk.
.,? the best writer of the South. Wili.li.. > Bill for Divorce. Drug Store Talaha.ste. Monticello. August 22,1316Notice. S French dress and frock coats, do. English wool dye
., Tb; Eitor" aiture-d of the support of his able Pru M. WIT, LADD do. do., French Caesimer Sack Coats, Doe-skin da.

." : (uatJulou in tll Orion Magazine, and also of much ap|'caring: to the satisfaction cf the Court Notary Public, I 1ont keIo. months after date I shall final ac black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-skin open
IT my
S ._..l. ., .th.r ..sist.nf from the most pruiniucnt writers Prusia Williamj the Defendant in (he abase lal- T.nf1.7SSEf:, FLOlUD.i. HARDY BRYAN .SIX and voucher to the H< n. Judge of Probate coats, black beavercloth sack and over-coats, black

the South. TheG.uETEisaadeupofmatcrbcth i ed ca.do not reside in the State of Florida and] April I I Agent- for Thomas county Georgia. in and for Leon County and apply for letters odismission Cloaks. Pantaloons of fine black Cassimer.medisn

1' original and I.lcte; comprises. Talt. ..a4. that the nit defendant resides in .the State of Georgia May 22, 1 1S47. as administrator of the estate of Joseph do., a great variety of fancy Cayritner pants of the
a; Sketches of Poetry Criticisms and a General MI ( the ordinary procet of law cannot be Spring and Summer Goods. 4 Allen deceased. latest stjle. Vest of every description. Military

'- .- Miscellany of information in all delalmt.nt of; served> Upon; her : upon[ motion of M. D. L. Heeth, -- -, New Goods--Spring Trade. COUNCIL B. ALLEN, Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, ell-

J.itenhrt Art and Science. i i. Solicitor for Compliant. It it ordered by the Com,: DEVI'i();; & UIGGP, .- -.. -_.," Administrator with the will annexed adjusting Stocks, Suspenders and almost everything

given to Scientific and Piactical Mechanic That service upon said defendant by S. F. BURXEYOULD February 26, IS13. 32 6m connected with a gentleman's outfit.B. .
b now and
: In Mechanical ARE receiving a large general asorl- & P. to all orders according
execution it i id surpas.-ed by no contemporary according to law in that case made and are prepared execute
.4 '. and the aid of the fine arIa will not be flrovidt.putlction.: .1/ut il is hereby ordered by the Court, to which of of PHIr AND SUMMER] GOiDS return thanks to the public and country Doctor John P. Duval, to the latest and most approved styles.N. .

wanting to enhance it* attractions. Poitraits o!f Thai the said Defendant oa or before the first they invite (tLe attention of the I public V planters\ generally, for the past liberal patronage B. By the next arrivals we expect to recurs
his services
appear 25 professional to the citizens
I'. Southern writers, and picture* of Southern Life and day of the next term of said Court to be held on ___, I'J'_ 30 he has received from them and respectfully requests OFFERS and Officein THE REMAINDER.
will presented. a continuance of the same. I have just received surrounding country October 16, 1547. 13
Sentry b Wednesday after the first Monday in October next, Just Received Wm. Wil-wn's
Building over lIal\Urd's BookStore
".. S Editor confidently appeal to the friends ofLiterature and answer the complaint of the Complainant in I is ,per tVarcallar. from New York a GENERAL Tallahassee. Fine Perfumes

,. in Ihe South ; and he i i. happy to announce Jill chargedor they wihlbe taken confessed, andIhe \ T LEWIS &. AMES: Drug Store :fresh suiplvjfL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS which call and examine From the ,
February 26,1S4S. 32 of Lnbin Paw.TTEDYOSMIA .
.: that hi* enterprise i is of no doubtful issue. By private Court will such decree shall New and Valuable Medicines-among whc hare for yourselves. Manufactory ,

effort a large and en.rou.list !h.been obtain- in that case grant made and provided.A a. seem proper the (oil jwing : March25ISI5.1 36 John P. Duval, Helilrope, Jockey Club, Rose Ce-

: .-. and upward of One Thousand Subseiibem have true (rom the minutes of the Couit, DR. SPENCER'S VEGETARLE PILLS AND R3STORATIVK ---- JLJ. nnium, Millefleurs, Pafchouly, Mignionette
Smith & Thorn ATTORNEY AT LAW Ambrosia, Seringa. Ber. of Arabia.Ber.de la Reine,
., r.S. pledged 'their support to the paper. Until this \vaaccomplished JOHN S Clerk. Marin ,
: : editor PVa'IONCF. lTfEIS. and Forwarding TTTILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain,
the was unwilling to publidiIn June, 1SI. .Journal. but it is now given to the public with plaint, Pilts, Scrofula Jaundice-and all kind No. 67, Po>dras Street V V the Court of Appeals, and the United States Marrocain and ess. Bouquet.
.': the District Court Tallahassee. Also, Glenn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston b.Merrill's .
clne.li,4al.s.ur..te) that it 131 be ptrmanenl Hamilton Tax Sale. diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or iii- LA. at
TERMS-I. The Southern J Gazelle Office in Wm. Wilson's Buildings,over Hayward'sBook I Extract of Fragrant floss era.
upubliahetl flute of blood. N. M. .
rary pure SMITH-THOft. L. ThORN.Jlrfers
S ,. vvccktv'. on a hand"oine imperial of BY virtue of the power vtted i'l me by law. I MARrIN- Store Tallahassee. The true Farina Cologne, also the French and

: ; S frees new Ijpe on fine while quarto h.U expose 'for ale, before the Court House DR. Ht'LL'S WORM I LOZENGES, to "February 2fi, 1S4S. 32 American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bay POP

Jlrill.1 pap lour, in the town of| Ja.}Kr. Hamilton County Flo- The safest., most effectual. and pleasant preparation J. W. Argyle, A. Rest wick, S. S. Sibley Tallahassee. and Aqua de la Reinefine Cosmetics, rich Pomides

4 ...-., 2. Il i is furnished} to inle uhscriber at TiroDallarn .ida, on the frt Monday in November, ISI H, the bfnrf the public, for the eradication of WORMS, in J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds, Q-jincy. G. W. HUTCHINS, Hair-oils and Hair-dves, Shaving and Toilet Soaps.

: per annum in adeance-and to club of sia I ol lowing d crihftlrortrl.v. or so much thereof as Children or Adults. I February 12, ISIS. 30 AUCTIONEER fine and coarse Combs, Crushes for the Head.Teeth.

I ,_ '. ':.. 'lot Ten Dalian.KhAll will pay I be Taxes due thereon for HULL'S COUGH! LOZENGES, 1)15. HUNTING, T.ILL.1IUSSKE. Fl.i.SALP..s Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream,
the sear 1 lf47. to wit : Will PREVENT of -.J. in pots. For sale fey LEWIS t AMES.
{ not containing remittance Consumption, CURE c'ses
clrnm.mialimc. ant ,1 in of the attended to, and
Tho South West quarter of Section Toss Colds Astrftna DENTIST, any part county December 4, 1847.
, *,or !olcittc articles, must be poat-paid to en- :1. mhil] Spitting o'| Pain tht Side solicited. 20
r a cure I. Range 13. South and E.atpur.ortungto t belong to Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Complaint HAVING permanently located in QuincyFlorida, Spices Pickles &c.
atrll William J. Mills. REFERENCES : ,
t .. WM I C. J. lenders his services to .the public LLOTD & FLAGG TTNDERWOOD'S CnU -
: ICI.\RD JOSIAH T. RAISDEN II. HOND Esq., I pickled Gerkin,,Idangoes,
? ATItN..11.y I 13, IMS.Fletcher __. and ex officio Tax Col. Hamilton,Co.Sheriff'for '47, -_ILHO- in the various and branches of his profession. From his J. W. ARGYLE Esc1., |I D. C. WILSoN, Esq ions and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Walnut

"V.-t. At'ritlSI.. 3i Is DR. HULL'S FEVER AND! J\GUF PILLS experience success in practice, he feels assuredof January 22. 1S4S. 27 and Trmato Ketchups, Capers, Olive Oil,Mus
: Institute. Well known as a Safe, hint Cure being able to please .those who may patronise him. tard fresh
'. Ctl Efe.u.1 Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vineg r.
_ .
; rJ1lIr.T.t.* of Fletcher Institute, Florida C >n- Leather for for Fever and Ague Chills and Fever, Dr. B. refers the public to M. D. PAPYEIr Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Stlmon

,. 'i :, _I_ (crevice, will ulTr t.raileon. Tue.elay.the. loth' Top Bugg Sale. and all other 1.'evtf. l'ic reduced to Steentyjiee Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDsON, & Shad and Halibut in canisters, Curry Powder >o J*
": .: .4oI15t next number of beautiful A LSO one second Horse Rarnuch. Cents per Bot. Gen. C. H. DUP=T. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Nlddle Cur
a building lots Gayente, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger,
.-,?' "tu lie at Fischer I Institute: near Ga. 1\. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE The above Medicines, fiesh and genuineire for Office opposite .the 1. E. Church. Ladi wailed W ILL Practice in all the Courts in th rant Jelly, Macarrorii.Verraicilli and Amer
Tllomu\'ile. June 3, At the Tin sale by on at their residence a ual. Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Capitol -
r. .t a hi fvlo\ South
: September Il, IS 17. S iving. room formerly occupied by the
: .' ilz' terms: One-third CI'h. one-lhird Fa. and Citrons.
; of the .
\; ,j. January l'Jone-lhird January IbVj. Purchaser DR. J. S. BOND For certificates of rommen,1'ion.' and ether information Notice. Secretary 15.Territory.November 1845. 17 Nutmegs, Mace, Ginger, Allspice Cinnamon,

1. ". can from oue lo 1 lour acre together, a : concerning tbE abve ,see future Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and
IIru'Ie yi
1 Fi-'FIts: his
n services .the
., professional 'lo citizens months alter date, .the undersigned will
slut them. Ienont1lli! to lo.1 at aid lots will O ol Tallahassee and the adverliscmentf, and pamphlets! miy be ob. SIX pre JOHN r:HSU INC, sweet Marjoram, Orange Flower, Rose & Perch wa
t his and vouchers the Honorable
surrounding account to
ft.- ; call country of the Agent" *
Ul'OI Hodsn. who will cx- tine ATTORNEY AT LAW ters, extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vsnilla-
'lomlnie OJice at Col. I'ih.Ti ,
: Hotel.
Judge of Probate of Lon County, and apply for letters -
.' lubit to them of 18,1S49. .1
a plan Marca : For sale by LEWIS fc AMES.
ground. May 29, 1 IS 17. Oulucy, FlorIda
.: 4: of dismission a* administrator of the estate of
p .
I P. SMITH. Azent. t Cabinet TT71LL attend (the Justices Courts of Gadsden December 4.1S47. 20
44- uuniblOlf9. Making, &c"CO.P.RTNERslr.1'he Henry J. Gaskins, late of said Count,
t : 4 WESLEY MANNING decnse.. V V County the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Sale.
Notce.S'X undersigned have as- I Furniture, Carpets, Ac. for
'i: ..:4- Thomas Jeff. Heir, month after undersigned, adminis- t tOjtthrr.an from (this dale By S. S. SIBLEY. Agent. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches,

'. : of I B. the 'two shops will be business February I 1949. 31 Cm November 22,1845. 13 tf JL drawers
44 'r ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT J.\W. Ihee"lateof F.l.ipSombdeceaIJ. con- cxiSentinel 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with
piacU-e in the Circuit Court in'cac h will preenl her account and voucher to the Hon. duce by LYNCH &. VINGERHOETS. They are : copy. and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Patent

.f q.., WILL of the Middle Circui'.ld' in the Suprene Judge of Probate of WaLulU County and uk to be lo do descriptions of work in their line, Newport Miner Sprng. LEWIS & AMES Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in use.

fn-! ; Court and United State Dutnct Court discharged'a administratrix of laid entatr.K. with fidelity anddespatch and on a reasonable terms DWELLNG Apply to J. R. FORTUNE

Tllaha.see.iTcts.t a E. IPSOMB. Adm'x. for cash or approved acceptances .any workmen in undersigned, being fully DEALERS Feb. i, 1S4S. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.

LfoiticeLlo.J&nuatv 2 1c43..L' Ftbrar 20, IS.. 60 he country. The continued' patronage of the pub THE make warrantee titles, has empowered had the DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
: iii
- {r > O .- ( lic is most respectfully solicited. immediately around Ihe above Springs I iIItract Toilet Articles Perfumery; &c., Window Glass Dr. C. C. Van Wyck,

..; Coffee. Patent Shower Baths. K. J. LYNCH aid off in good size dwelling lots of upwards of an P..U1'fTEJlS' BRUCHt AND COLOR, T ATE "Professor ol Surgery" in the Franklin!

.1"' BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, T the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat and GERARD VINGERHOLTS.TananMsce acre each which he now offers for sale low. Plans Apothecaries GIns Wore, &c i-J Medical College-of Philadelphia, baa taken up

._ \.w.,. ( no .V) do. Rio d'. A convenient SHOWER BATH. intended' for a N ivember 0, 1847. 16 of the same, with terms, &c., can be seen at Dr. R j rp HE above constantly on band,and for sale at the his residence in Tallahassee, and is prepared tee

- I : 2i do. Laguiri do. .amber. I occupies but little room, and is enclosed FOR SALE. Apply to Bunrd'*,Talahassee. First come has first choice.DANIEL _L lowest market prices. gage in all the duties of his profession. Office.Soain

1. Just rec-sivei ar J for sals by s a .lodrip water on the SULKY:: J.'R. FORTUNE, LADD. LEWIS fc AMES. of Bartletfs Building.1*

_ T ; !i.;:J..' *>pl. IS 1?<7 ; LLOYD &rLAGG June 3, ISIS 4e "oJ June In, IS IS ..71 the Tin Manufactory. Newport February IP,IS IS. 31 Ud1&sSCf., November 20, 1S17. IS June 10,184S. 47

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