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Wtf. SYDNEY. GREEN ,.)D.
fo ?j--May be found at his resid:n'_'i.e'?e-brner of
Ce'ntre'and High streets, oppoltelthb6 Mansion
House. Nov 8.


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.;1,, ,Jauies Gibson,..
'- A^ / "'... ^*/FA ICYt GROCERIES. REA _' ADE
r :^* ''^ *'" CLOTHES, PAINMT OILS, PUTTV, .,"
.Wl', *jik : AND (L'ASS.
< ;.^'S .'f" _.c l .* ." .' ..-.:4- :.,- C corner Ch menut and Commerce sts.
.,.,t'^ Sf.zelfl'jeu.sDii q'. c'rher of P. aintingand.Glazg done with neatness
. ..,.II I e d t '-.-J- ...,, and diipatch, at mderat". rices, for cash.
'" , T.... 1._ ,,- Thom as It. autstin,
CB... n. o .N .... 1h X er ant m M .MIS O N M E I C H A N T ,
L' I I 1 m 1 0-'3 f:1 a i i t h i n S I X : s
^*^ *^ o^ te ,..treet, :..
S .0t'i: l. pa-i- fhe]'ealter. Nk-atel "u. -r
ien'l]":" erjpn --t e.e r l I erm than -ix A Ap-a I r'i ol. F ,
"""-. r N, p. _-r w ",ll be-dt- tI med wiltH ,.H aw ley,
-" ^ -- .lilei-sat t-lie-optio,,i of the FACTOR AND KON"0MMISSION, MERCHA-NT,
-" p r-^ r- C,:,r. W water aid -Chestnut streets,
*_..*--.. E:* "^ '_*'f"M.N -..- One ^,iare, (atw;_'el'-"es1 ..\ 4 ApalachicoLe, Fa.
.... .e-h;4t M e -a -ol O ,.DA- J_. ,,
*^ le ,: it; an ?t tI.Cen .tr-every sn6'e- I. D. BUGBEE. H.RGROV' HOWARD
F. `.JqJ;;6 f- ., a lb r B 'lee 4.ow ard,
"" a^ '. -."' t -*""^ i^Y th- ', u at* e.a -, '-l" lli Bl- -
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'^^^^mhilbcl'2,rirlloul: -ATK & OMISONMRCHANTS,
L,.. ,-.,", E A N"' T."-" ,- "
Y r .t. S~. 't,- thp:.ir ,-,w n o'c ty -: -l r -- .. .
i-l- N ;' ,, i aI7 C -A tu ribu s B l, (,,
-itln. thM.ial at,-.^ W o-k. N.-. 145. Apalchicola, Fa.
isaa .,t,:.risem nt~s jnut . .paid [")r '*' .I .- l. lli,
01,.' J. U. J .,"H'
N. "S Dallll wdt b- E.R'C a o, WCMILION MLEERCHANTS,
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-* --?"^ **- '4". a? di' a c rnlj t i C e tn -.? re ( p ac r l .F a
l'C\ef%: 't;=rob' i stace.,s Nov. 1, 1c)-15 6 AP.6.LAC HIC.OL.AF.A
I..e, iyt~'te .;'olci~ ty reference,
N > '.-.*S. DavidB G. Usiney.
Al A ,- I I SION FfRVAr ,iNG MERCHANT
4. AND DEALER ,I N ,-. ItIDS,
N.-. 4-\X -r Q.r _..
^^B%!o^,e.-r- tff' n., 5.en vRo r Fa. ,Ap:-lachicla, Fa.
WMNL(q o .o e~rs &, Co.o4. F ra lcis IKoplaan,
I-M .M -S S .LCi)'N I- ,E RC H-1 A-N T ,SW, `()L r ._k ,LE AN D R E 'Im..IL D E A L E R IN
4.._ 1 _ at t re H ES, Dr BOLA S. VLeHIO NE A, HA.TS, c.
l -l :" "" .1 .. p a hiccII F.-a. C.. ('as h, -
.'C-.}..'-S .^',etn,,t-:bl reel, Apaiachirnla. Fla..
_D. : -:;I EN RG A H N'D T M IS I NWh le_-'..4.'mid hR tm il 1- fe.:lr:in
"*. :.; D.'.,..{.tI E Rn t-E. CINT .S PAIRU'T ,. PAINCT .R:, OILS,
NI .). r il 5Y.'WateB- -11et1 _.L6 .... HE BI'I U ApH S, & c.. mc.
J,- '- it l'alv ichcola, Fa. A" 1 o.
L 'l-i ,. .A .a,], n or E 1 1ns ..n B -" S ST0N a T I N E R'N', &-c.. & c.
'' 'r.fI>.h"ds CinNe .IL lia, s, N,-fiY.' or .o.it.-r.. ..ret
-..T.- wi" -: "n ~ n, *),.'5 A- -1h1iola. Fla.



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j. A'%.-- L7, 1..VI_ El:TD,-. NIMDFIN; H PAN T M.-0NUFACTIrRER ANDI DEALERS IN
Dk 1 N C 0 E PAINTS, FU R NIHANU R E.
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._ a)..--. A _' rm' c,,to t~ney.Aparchioh. Fla.
.0 e .arid N..i, xe*n, d t r'stre ,ts, *0 .'
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*" .... ... ... M M ISS iO N IandI, FO R W ARD IN G
.:':- "o. D *WDarde et,i M E RCRCH _ANTS,
*,"" *- '- N ,,. -2 9 Cot,.ri bu1, FBuil inlg s N o. 53 \Vate street. W,
" -'--.'':- : -.m,<-lieI....>-._ _, n Apal -.ohicola. Fla.
*,.. .. .. .. W .51- '-' .. X%. W CHE-E-VER.
B. F .,o r ,[;oii -Ii.'ur _u C.', H. i\. Brook.-, \ W. SFt.-p. : M ..-
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;.,:,..FACTORIS.IO MER)CHANTSSO C,3II'3'O -^IE,.R-^CHANTS,
_*. c 0 IWA 1" 1' Oj*. l-. N Al EN R C TS
)-.C t No. l Buildings,
N .:. '46"" Vta "ater street, ,]e l-*.palach'i ao'1. Fla.
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No. 52'Water s\eD .. W-,i. M I R ftN AER iANT .
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... "." ^ No. 4 Vater street,
r Fi.i.1 .. .Ap ,a la, Fl o d,.. i ,bro. .H.B.l brougl.
_:,..#.._. ._ W m. 14. Kimnbroxigh &: Co.,
,,.]=:Q,.,SOi ERI;].-kTAND DEALER A IERC A N T'S.
D A:!.. 6-... -' A .N. "ice,Nu. .-2 1W ater treet-- Upstaire ,
No. 9 Col onbuS Blo c, AFlac l -,la.
..pal _hicoM, M H A ;T;S, L bera advan ces Enn cotton-(,_,ns, i le .!to
....- their I'rieuds ill Net% Yo,'k, Boston, Li,.erpool .r
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.j :. -' fNo. 29 -. ater ch, F.. A-T CTIoNE ER -AND COMMISSION
-. 45. Apulachicol-, Fla.. N[:E-R CIHA.,A NT"
. 't.1-"" ;-_: .-lyers #ii:'] cll l; ,_' Water stre-et. A'PALACII. COLA, Fa.
- M-%'D- I S 1ON M E R &.H A N T H. R. W'OOD. P V. C' ULLEN.
' ;"*.'"" *" ...... "'Nq. 36 Water-street,. W ood & A Co.,
*v" S. : "' : -. AXpalachicla, Fa. AUC T IO N E ER S ND, C O M Ml I S S I 0 N
..."f^ ^E,- I- W,M. A...-M-KENZIE. ":.. No. 3'-, ^ait.i"street.
' l Ie.- K entz ie,, '. I, .'4... al.I,,,-h, la .,,. ,
"""* ;g- .'_ 'H; bel adSf dances rn-ide ,on on -slmin ents.
'..' ^t;;^^ ^ No-' 's-tr -tret, '"-Thie strictet-efatten'on paid t, Sales.,ut Doors.
-z:.. ..'S B 14t.^. '^ .Y", Sale, aat Store every 'Saturda,.
-..-1 : -- ";;'.J4iih .l. Ve:.. Cloves, Seed.
"* C Tr0N 'R.-A-N'D. 'Y,.O': M I S SIO N A FEW pounds ,-,f large Red N,,thern Clover
*" '* '*;*.;..M .^ ?'HrANT,'-" Seed, fu'r s.Ile h v -
.W- s.-- e No ,tW.atersr-et, April 4 .. H. F. ABEL.
:' .;" :l," I".S..-g..:'- .; A,Ap* l nih'o~ln'Fla.. ^ .. ., ^ ,^
.- .. ... ,... ... .Congr es' _4. i~n i g Vale,.r
*- ,^4"- -Sa 'i ":'Se l-i"'-i' t, TUrST received per schr. LeR,:,v, aod- 3. n Isale by
: '* HOLES A.L E-.N R -E I' GRO'_CER, j Iarh'-21 J. C.' ALLEN."
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, ": ;-.., i-ranibtn ,c .* F'lavoHring Walei's.
^ ;...N. 4!No 4 '-W tt" A"N a ns,)rlm'ent i, received; and for sale 15y
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Dr. A. WV. Chapman,* Or-ays, when all the"worl eemnright s Sp^ne tha r..t-- p .IiIg there If
.ea od nd~on hat height.,,an .
r0eeor the Drug Store o B S^. Haly AndS^ b ^I dgy
January K:, 1S46. 2--tf I" bal oe h Mspt W side hima. Th(^'.^,w aj t. h 4 < ^ HH --
,y-d'eminow itties, he.loilsome way, a,-,, % ,
,,H. E. Owens, A~unnyeek alaid s!he gloom, dif "" -heee.-stpeeks on h i hetvaladl ih Hi. Bu
,etac nChsntsre Residence dramtngtyee: "" 1 te .0osla~s ~ tte
SATTORNEY AT LAW. O^dlythetseosaLek i. wins 'ifo
CL-AYTON, Barbontr County, Alabama. i'n there we often nmet- go~lae i0 a 'sublrim, .scene.,tha-ti p si n P98" -^ ^^t
w, t MS o.

April *29@ 1S46... "* 2--tf ATndLfe-the^goae.w, who met me there? before them. The '"n of.f.lgy-^lf!a "^^
housI ee .el..ceprivoices yetby pter Of N-a ..elh-.. e ..d e w W] ?.2
Janu.-1 dearly loe that httle spot. Ihom dra i n. b
'. G. n. Davis, And the sweet fountain ne ar, i on foot. mayon.a Br"uagu. a f -
"A T RNE T A ,- Wi)e was woalto bathe mybrow tim.ac~f eQn^^l.ons apdfa gIlasni~inre'*^..
' 7' Omfice ,n Floyd's new Building, opposite d-y h my lot ",hng e is ga
the Mansion House .Dec 13, ly45. W'ould Bie like ihat still pool, and ec,..e, garments .is spread a strange. ^ ^B ^ ^
,. ^ That lay amtd lhe forest trees light jeldjy brightening a i ntp a i~^ beaaa g|i%^ M <
,A. G.,$em m es, Hidden, aad calm, and cool: ,ly ~ln..^at form glows witri .cb 8le' l:ff: ^Bg
ATTOBR.N EY AT LAW. ,, t ,eema to wave4to and 'ro" and is & f l.,:
, (}C. O- Oice, .AYo. "2 Capt/. ,i^ o'a .Buildig, I learned to love a gentle girls bac ... a ,..
or.,of-entre -v Comm esre. Down by 1hat fountain's side; solve il~a t l] radiance,' e? three as a SU. cene
Cor4, tre & Co Ah'. me roeies of my headfirst life - is|,ed s g z n h l sb 1 [mir4.
no,'5 Apalaebicoh, Fla. come o'er me like.,a ,ide !.' r ad IWen turn' Jlhatrfaihilia, ace:^ ^
j,1- Law, 'B ieeonae,, w'b a nce there, bat h eme
A T TOR NE Y A T L AWI, Within my heart her image rests, f* it. The ntatfthas put on~be God,^a rfitfi'fnyi *eat u ^^^
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga., Fresh as that fountain here ", sad and solemn fa~c' a~t~ias bilu . e i da-*"X ^^^
? Will atlend 'punctually the Superior Courts -- Q, ^^,.. --" .tow ',. t l-- ^ K ^ ^ ^ ^
of the counties ot" Earl\, Baker and Decature of wraS enterng the door o, b
te South WVestern, and of the county of, Thomas h le streets of-erusa em, and. by m rap Q 14
Wthe S G. uthern Circuit. o may3 BATTLE OF ItOUN, T TABOR wayside----, viewed with the 't
John Bilbo, NAPOLEON'S Ato bPAIGN IN EGYb T. pity.,aw:n (Z';kethe sun .!y1..
AT OR \T nm 'BY : _. E LEY, 9Men.' Meeigfess has'.gven w
ATTOR-N.EY AT LAW,- ety-a-so 6madiness o azz' g r'--





"ALBA ,IIA. Forty-seve yearscago, this a rOntb, a form .e."o. .. .' r
OffILL practice in the several Courts of the dn d se" s if o .-aor fi:(.. o/ply lo the granuenr O -r.fofi ",',- 1.
thesMansion House.oDee'1"), 184-5raandeWglUm.a.s"-is'"sprea
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bouth.W ester Circuit, and Thomas and which lh .e worldd hairnande become famihrar ..... o ri.row .... ...,p.,
CO ffcX ap.Sniins u .nIlere t oe1 etl ilahW il .arounu th at v ler- joran !oowand a




SAelaait counties. A s a brighl morning, ah d as he fi,at-ion ,e 4. le ,., ,b .,- .a ii ,
Auff,. ~~~~om o'er me'"31 f ,... @.a mosp' ndeIenotumran#e,a wouo ea.y. '



Ah s seed ay the clear sunlinbe, his en, rets- .,-.ba .T a-. ... A.
UMBER INSPECORJ.L w ,dri d t a scene mn the vale below, which was ,Rut to! a._reL, chan ehas.--non
ATTOMB RINSECTORA The LAWndernsm he' .A . o it. consecratedspot, and oat -e oa ght u...
o having been appointed Inspector of Lumber sut!e n appang e g u en.
for Franklin County, oh sf.ers his series to the e,. pulsations of te calnest heart. .t a e wrapped : ae s" inng" -. &.^.
ofo the Souteny Ci rcukit. oners BATTL OFvie koloto ount Tabr TB OR saw te wioe _?#y*fuelin ifs t h E^eofhtf4 ^
pte pblh c in that capacity, and will attend to all lur s w as y N apoeon Bonap ar fbat tle.lsp ere, and the .aw"-.ay .by .. ..I


duties appertaining to said appointment. Femfy een/ t "uadifntyadte thou .- p i"" ~ "a asr essi ob ... .fen y ~^
be given at 2w sand sprend. c b i
March T2N Y. 1L4.A W ,EG B S re th, w rength e S io u r on c ofj e e .th-o- ...d. :eet .a.,,nacl es; Jar 0o ,fie "
T UMBER BA ISE TR Hvn bee. Forty -svny rsao ibiS^ s iqph tbP form oeig 'o ElaryC n-T /
L p racit e in [te sevfumeralrthCourts o fte wiso hsee sandingl o~n M no squTare, with rainc ffiae s^dii iedr ie lard% ^
oW FrankliOthe undersignedoer s his d he w c h ed w orld th wit t.e b eome farrni..."-
Fieoh sto lsd i.rs intoak he plainthere al l rud ourylw
hal d uting It wa aben abue ae m rn tor nto Lulberierit i i i.,a 4 V
April ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 'rn IS, IoS^ BEN.a L1A_ Halog P; In n oud vi~o~eng
Ahe Caoo. o- ount Tabohe re ..o. s er
Ibr te Cointyo Fraklin oflbs hi ser ie s steed- inthe clea .... .. his.y ove rc m ,lslm lo m [ eo ra


t hep ubl ici n dacity h av n d purc as tend to alm "*ture army orawro sat H een h o a tse scene, b "b"" e- '"-'1.1 it
Fetteed-n th e in a twelve and "a scene,.n. t hd on le .r f s w i"h wai
Mediies, INPai CT OR.-ThGas ae, SoFund rsi 'gnedl~ wihtebde lnesadbfr~ir. suconsecaecpt n 6 ious of n ighrd s.t~ e'n ^
ut igen apper tinpoi n toed insp e tor "o l tuer A. ".nand ap l g a den g toqe n ;tyaf lgsp ofhis erre, a arvieuaw de- -y
pulic in Rthat, at teoldstand willortenr to Wae r m s plendod cau alryte, ande-iown, ma- '6-. cam over. that. pr- .. Q;
and u ibe r ap pertatrons or toeaidappo inta ment.H tat i .leremfoe iacehefterce and fa n sr g lea l W a ee h e re;
be fou a i -s -Water e. j 1aestt of s tre el abo r t sro nugnh thre soe o u wo- en 00 t. . .. oltftasp A
kep ine ar D .. eetved taw cloud reanit* eacles; on0e a- ^1trt e
M ar.c ..... O' r a"a t bala ce Vs, d"
,ho c fo, r awith tree=.t_,,. -._ -..._


UMB R F Ian SPl nt ersi d C oftfr Merchi s igned vue.a-.de- a ,i e-uhnterruptio, ,ad ,g, t hi ,


othrs illrin i tother iteestlocllFnd e n-le ch slirs intBeor theplin, whenae 0n., 'e tr c^ .^ 't^ ^ -o e b
havingl bttendedppointe Inpe ctrson Lumb er ce eh Cagn qar, 'els a.t L9 *A or^slulrrr u ht lnyi s'. N
March ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h foo lofo .F BL. M oun~p t Tao r, hesa w thd e wassoijig^ rmie o w n
t o the p ublicinth capacity, and will attend to alouka nd eho emal.:tn .B e rhin lbs m okd- ,., f..., o ldng,. camrrie, a wa s b 4






-TJAVING ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _ ..... o, en es".f et0 a mnadhr ... b ayndg -- Th news-y b eloved gSon. i n wo aheson
Duties appertainngd tosicd appointment Fift .e en a.and a uo 8,f dudful a I e t,, t a- abueb|
in p retritly the e,, 1 "d'. .n.....- e w e vsiod las ig he m a t ll .







heunttepbim red.adcso e adso ".,k' 'pHeen~~. up w hem. Bup l round- 'bu l ... 'ih i -eu wi -is rie ds "ahs u
CORN LIU GRADY S an"d Spedid cav alr -erd.vdi.no. o ma- '. ..t
Marho2n2. taS. s .l o tr os e on t hed bis bar e yr o r re belou- .ha i a I.. .. .. .. t o be ere a 1





and tak ple surein r com m ndin m ~ u oess r sc ne m i hi snz Th who e pl in w s e rtsdtlon ib~tu a brpasse; oet ne fher th e re,; o te
g ., RI.y ..gT.. ... .. ..be. ,,

r-orHi B noted hai uc s ro of tE fe cu to hereto or n ,.- ..... s..., w ahl 6er tto he sne a l bl s and d 'e
sort .rD.,n..,llnlrlygall' o&j.rpQre. n stre w- n i thed con rac.,ng-.e"Is
o .f S. 1Hawl ey h e usign ed S. r ui H e ll.. ..tile c a t th rd .. "-. e th ose w r e reido a e wa s nxea on earer anorer if t WA
to thepublic usk etar, amdat adno anatddd th ts e the _usa nd .. on les a ..ea rth swed .e-
Drre,& w tlR donin the' bnin at I o ... r ower; o hA eari f lo:er








spln di s qua drns 0wheei m si rue-frm .ai d -ir i),- .. g .,. .1 '. .. nnrr n< n^yf
salled ties an1 rtai ,tth o stadcappoisnse aonT s oke o a ll anusn c me of Heaver. mcaad .para-e u sths one ayo
andfhenuttsandbe~leae at oh friend chrouer wth de a ws o fus, hi n ad-. "" _- f bm 1 eIne' 2








TUS reeied er ri Piner, hic w ll f ,..'- ,_ i, ,,- .. ,h t .ent s iyeve n tae r w.-'ob frgt'te.. n weruse o m u t oeed the sa t( e 'q~~e 6a
A p ,rierl appn1 i edB ime NJt tLU atS. h dlog:tS og s 1wasn earth ofit whe. uduet d ae verind t i ss peeeb othe r h & S
sts, Msicomplete etroach itg s1ja~dan q -u d ientie e a rhsp on
kept inlSouFlyPaern l'Dtedrutio Sftes, aneromearra n ele- -he ... "ie -" c" saw'loudf lik he b e a iaine s t la he m l- oen
C d .Le a u"g "i at same_ wanl lds nrg e of arT eilver -Ba P .. ,-abs ce ne- ," thbe ,0.-4 wliu
HEts udr sgnt ed wi b rg p u lar s p d fron ,Mt, .. .e ,a ddesto nn k ost ro- pa it and aance; itresi h
iT B frIeshsa le ar tire s. t ck.. .a' ereer'i] s_ tormebe was. -ie r d in- only.eo forms
ngst' ed o fla me, s orapdtandoole es' andwere s... .- aboard
M thed ic l finesir winter l an e-i thi s ul t.lw urel Dpl" ra Ftendr ur it ie u .oe r for a bed. b u
daine his;stole Glamal rc esl a. Adld alordr b d d ly m tey o d gn forer s- T e d Iot, a romsios b somlhe d thu -
Tarch "iH .F J. SAN O nth at tilels busart of dead bodiesIwos-s ooi in lh e i Esi e n hi terror. Bu that lyig in o
To M M.e PuBnhT. oh-aeod arond shem eli d s this o efamban-o cRl ou d as.9eulyacnm y overhim God .and prois e to io.;'laP
andACbe dstpnudof-. ay entire s tlaetf et fe d ymetois arnd chods s e ld. with deaenigs,w ile"e.'himanh o g cm a e ay- uo bu f
.ge histonsoelosedbSonetntwaheend fri Taoor Iz cushed
s tock n-JAMES i.O -evand usu a rriorst o stI-ou the smokeofabad fouhte r for xiti e midst of babe






C A P is disomlet e. e br tacin cnet h lm le% saw. nrzlu lo lhe rec e -fallow lik aa n sta from Rea respinoec ,th~ cb
kp Duin S out h ericincer to hr .H.e Fse e A b t el h ut s, an d wss am lea dy hinie recetvd e.a e. pesd her ye i a nd al bout l
deret d.n o lep tewb l be, rend J AM cu srs rli ankt hed enennd wyeu -Napoleo.' o log he iso ldaste ealanc itself, wa adhard I
Ii Tos squ r es ntie a. .. care irli a. b o a t e o o t
withanresht;sta e patrticlee h e bstowed bt d w.h a s g ied diision on M "bua avines wihd a h isfienet
irdl e o f sy p n te t Ionea mountaibfta e sc rapg erdia hni|stur
pn thes tli Pla n te rs ,iCun der contr olecta or ddd' turned h eye beow. Wh in terrupti on' id ,)o a dir
S" -(he- co n ,a sp h- m overlonB etfores e tneiwcethen tiere,..
oth ers willsfind t o r etei r nineressoucaEl lin i n dz l et o th e, w nole 1 him w la ti down ,an d from .atts bsm ho a e b t.ot!0i
p ro m ptly.att ended S inperso y. w ith cr ag e .l 'h. o ne iroin itt is lter. ee n we at ,n i. No- n
.to then,*--A wotho teie Pt blicsfend so r med a roundthen.eBwe hinro n d this plmankcrmings .... J.ige- po se vo*We say-" o fl" I pHn m y ,^ .f .
Afor dispa o stu~ned of--tinrlyenutim hre tot ofo m rto~edm nadhrses,- ,this band. of i'nr'gla, V~Th OInisr y eloedS on.t g ,i n w om a thrfuds111
woarrorosnstood ti and f uonght eeorsix dr ea.'df. ... ..lo A ,t~ h
so u-- abr id[\ ex e cnded t o M r.He A el 'hours an"wa stll ,teaiye tn peysa t idon I e ar n igsu m." nn ac nde a ll if hu dI
~ ~ ~~~~,-,Itk ca ion t toro cnonan ecer0teo/ ..-,ualn
arh B-S A LE userya ishihnwad 4hnwsIe_ H s-laxgtshs ey roseionelaste werannotterll..,
Dretr otepbim red, FEUdHTW ANG RStot ers anksdoftilee bat of thnwbusands of uIr ,. 'upts, al'bove t igeh torizoadgJesus onithhifremon ads i shesled ser
mythnk`-1'rth ratnng teyhaebetoedracins o-fhmartingle muvsion rf idth ir.a s h )ue e ig toef edma d ev i sn m pow er;I.-.
Seolieoloxion. or Soisnsofor The mooneofybatle was rolOfg furiousl
upo te eta lshentwile udermy ontrol, Tab ort, and are iseebllowa onusonatnql eytatil"nthatpased bon fHetween, dthem there ond,)ofmy cre.14-o
and receike d pleasure igPrencm erdwing h will ito horse ne.ehissgaze. A idThe twhlpai~n Was.vn nvrI ef~gte eeulrd i h fterkt~e d
tothmats,_ we oclr:ceFes i-sute% ."h nadTrthyofhat covered the plandI .and e rs nof th ing:ubdue tlidtreersenl diwe ipmsu thr-' l~
,~ii ild wt ac igc l m sa de agi-" .. He, may ,'.4" .,.,
&.c..Als, Fl Paperfor he dstrctio of lies enelopd th "enmy ike clod, ad O,'yst how eiff r eesn t hat heahtnand erh ncnl~ o
t;:,r sale 3by J.iutie ftie custom Lereofr sqaimd ten cs sant i d ischa rge of artile r C nteebea s agrco rs, ttnhedsas td~n s~eutthe b ew
so unie r alk mukt y, plen cul(el here Ba t 'nthe d rasigh u mmitio n dofwautchedb o nr acting e LS
Alach1. 3. AW EY. fie h uso ndero a nnlio n and w ere ratrg l en 'of the O eshuddrs tos.t~hey krose Bone parfter another uratiniffe; a d~s-th
Di$Ollllillhskte radyid si ltaeosvle which no n hnws abo ve the hSio n andofazed on the sa e mo ontai n d :welled19ck e.'i~ e
DRT HU' H WNERI hoatest ee,:hee tn n e ar diebato thuad oftu ptash pord erlgtoe Tedman in ypwr;IW
the fiir~~incfS.NO RD &.0 BUTTis ffs OrTh es mokwie e odis atple was contening fwitulrveo~ ihhswsigcno y i ie aeakyoiI..
aoderhehetheostth .rise ndlElias cosfusioed.ai
UST discolved prb rigt Pi one er, %ir ch wildt'al or f venoern nueerv~e r tobefogote Rreuterd n he oft eirW -eii :..II
rpr% appiedHOMedAS J. sNFxtrD, costnate. I as i, his sight.omIeid ,the atw raeen ert o~fitheavn I subdu ed an d irvrngt edev:pk othe", 1.1
Ras-lce'Cc' nhs Fes li'~teq c he'ai'g ife re n t ishes a ve E en gand en.rth" '- '" In C A'Tf.pj .
;, M.M. BUTT. ~ ~ ~nveop'eabdtiles weroemlike spts fclaeouan Btd ee~ato a ~ h is
Ap~aeicla.2i,, C ALLEN. 30-i le tile imu not,5s aridel tcfisc ace o'atld. N pne osuraio b.l~ p aor;,fneati ...
firiee.leeoy yeBattleedanroTrTnsfrgurationi ofliitletwthbir'? a"" d "
angnlor a oe ncol el wh O e s ud rsyto -e#t, en, andBonapi!fe add w,,h T ;.a"aw-thte.b,: .'
T HE C ,:partner slhip h,:,'et ,:,._re exi sting u h'n w i e i g e t~ e v gunerr died wit "s estn gT c anno hsf si droe,dha e R -ke o i"'e 84[
Iha lie wsrtrshm~i o i he res cnendn. il~ T~,b 0 ill a e*.l~uln.ta -'7 iltya,~O-a
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. ...PRINTS ONLY, Palestine. aui wni'l- h.d' its dirn rays wirh iron, would you say thpe .an'wa3'lat-er. .^ ^, g'. o- '.
.o BY ... o ie- an" d-' d or"'"ed" ,,.,'-" *' '"en-"^^yn' "'"
fi h n ',eld a S lUV11 ,d thSIi n 'S-,C o t s el- r.P" n ly I shl o u ld >.. y Io rd ,; ^ .,"'. .. ..' r'0
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4- C E D A R S T R E E T N O R u, [ l a .lt-^e [ l, e, .; h e r ., te re -- I *' ^ '. 4 ^ / "l 2. ,
This stock ,;of PRINTED CA.COES, nearly:" ,i ^ ^ v/- fed.*-w "'',ffa A lad- Ir ,,;,.-i "l' ,e-"; ?'" t t9'.6
all recertlh plll'b-.ise,71for ra,,h andlO soort cc,'ed t,.i ',. -':. :t. .. " ", : :.-" o
. ... -. .,. ..... ... .. cl l- lr eks re int.,he ia ". N azareth. J oArla? aud w ilth.a- ttrou blesom e barkiug -h og ;ui el0"P :, ', 'aStaz tenI
a~~r'^ ^- t~~o MiftTaibol! X1,kp.!~~ lrtle-ril;,)! A geale- fellow passenger' c~p d **^0A^
S. ^ :-",-'_ .. .. .. .n'- ,.-H ,,-I, I back tw.etftv '..ce ntit~,res an,.t as;a ia u ot-lh.e.;.annoy'anc --I ,e t,:,. ,',T' ._ *^'Cq ,l ]
1to -C e atl (P er aro) l .O E.R ,, Y ard). L O'- -o ... fr me e, l. ea ^ n n oa nc
.- ....: .:,. O.vew that Ihill. TlI."?' ;t isI &DOh n.it- :. .,ae~ar nues r).411 0 9la. if~e , .,v:t tan n .
THAN 'H E PR f ES _0 -..]I L 4 efJm k m
.A TH .P-RIES.. OF ""IL. iiul as- en, akd.-hlee-same r-je.,,'rlen'l an air 0of psfdanis jent ivvonaer you ^ .
Purct s'erszre guaranteed the-pr, nd i 'lain o ny, d llay, es it '
au,,wvan~ees mane l,:,r a,ven pmr ^,.. -T" ere,'azri.. . .'.... itli"i,t, b',us;:'ft:l'hfion" }is'% real P^r*/ .. "'J,^-." .. .. "" AW ^ ^ e-'s~fult
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of'ithe iyrasury, that the balance'U..the authority
Is a cood deal the other way'.-.'% `
flBu ow-
Patdo majora canamus.
P [Inow go from these interests to articles of
more pomhence and perhaps greater importance,
and I desire to say, that i6 discussing the eflects
of tliis'iaiiff upon 'ffbe. industrial-labor of the coun-
try. will- the single.exception wiich I have named
in ree:,rd t10 ihe new manufacture of mouslin de
3iries, lust on no' art of thija'iraifl as prejudicial
i.vtthe interests of that section of the country with
whiph TI am eonnec!-ed... I leave that to the conMi-
de-rathion ,fthers, I niav not permit myselTo be
Aupf,.osed to be influenced on these topics, by the
irer'?ils of manufacturers around me a-rd amongst
whom I live. and for whose property and happiness
I never can feel.unconcerned. I leave that in the
"iuiJment of the Se nale. Driven from her original
andJ cll'-sn pursilit-to which 'she had been en-
fli.hiasticadlv addicted-comrnierce-and compel-
led to en'teripon the filed of nianufactLures twenty
two Vears ago--if it be no", the pleasure of ihis
goo1%,,nrnt--if it be tihe sense oftllie American
pOl-,ple-it' ihe south aiind the middle an.d the west
sdiv ..-0- he'll so back. You can dittresh lier
-\-ou can eripp-le her-vou can cramp her-you
,-annot annihiloate hPr induEirv-her sef respec-?
hprcarr3'ciniv to take care or herself. A country
.--f workijig- mien. ,vh6. are willing to work founeeri
h,-,ure3 a dav..m."b' bid defiance to all tariffi-, and all
mi ,alile." f.i-e'. pdriial legislation. They stand
uponn Ihe' tren'-"h of their own character-res-iu-
lion :1nd capaciry. and by this strength and that
,."apar.ir\ thev maintain thenmselves, do what you
pleaa.''N,.,t; Sir. that there is ore'lhouse in New
En.lfifid. at tils moment, in which the proceed-
ir,.'l..S.I'.lAi day are not looked for wnih intensest
iieet.No'man rise- In the iuo:rning but to see
1he ne\\?ppaper. 14o woman retires aL night
wJ11h01i Hi-v~iii-rina of her hiisbind the progress of
(hi- ureat measure in Wtishinvton. They ask
a-our-it in ihe cQhools. They, ask about it ever%,
where. And the\' will take whatever answer
,:.:n a, as men -h.ould lake it, and ihev will feel
a Wien should feel when they hear it. I herefore
I-ave 3, Tir, i.t, -ihe" Senate. all ihose cnn-iderations-
I will rn.t su_er mv-Qelfto be subiected to the ternp-
ari,,t of being led away by ih'ese causes which
nitt it be "surpsed to influence me, and turning
fr,:,m Thern iher,}fole, [ proceed to the considera-
lic-it .o1 7 ither su'-bjecis: in which so'far as New
En-lland i3 cor, cernedJ,--ifshe have an-y interest at
all.--i( i; ir'favor of this bill, and against protec-
lel 'iniere~sts, Does she mean The less to exercise'
hie "lilwer,.lotle or Treat, or whatever it may be;
in faw.,rof losee %%h-oes interests; are menaced by
thi? bill No. Sir-No, Sir." Al


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Legislature Three Dollars a day for time spent so
t.t home about their owvn afAirs. th
ihp is' Democratic economy! The 'People v,
,ave evidence Are of what are &rA&. ain's ideas
,, ec .n ,,y "T ,',. ; -- c
*yoiv memberss of oe last. ilature, P
receibeit',aopy s .Fay 'ding which they were p,
lot witin- y wilmtaes.ef Pi'",'apitol? -li
this resolution hare passoi, the treasury.could fn
not have been so defrau4ad-. Keep ig )efaore -O. .
People. Yat Wm. A. A.M 'VOTED TO THROW ;it
&WAY TiE-"Pwa.Lz,!s womiT, on men who wilrz
not stay at falatassee, "and attendoto'.hePe,- -
poe's btisiizess ', < ,-7' C-

WE, MA.T', ,i,-EE.D ?4In-reflteii ceto Mr. Clay's c:
defence of LafayetteShelby,,,lieJ_dge4" says:-
When men- in-high plaods, men among the w
highest, pi.erler professional duiy, violate first m
principles and tram'ple upon sanctities, in defence 6
f crime, wll .may we tremble for-that purity of a
public opinion, which, under ou-llitical.sys-
tem, is the- only security for all rgmlts.-[N. Y. M
Morning News. tu
The malicious cant, which abounds i the h
alove extract, is as despicable as-the hypocrasy-," S
with which is veiled the attack, on the eminent a
patriot whose virtues expose him to the assaults u
of envy. )* ,. ', f
What is the duty which an advocate is sworn "
to perform ? Is it not to defend the accused who is
seeks hisraid? The benificent law, of this free a
country, deems a man in ent, until his uilt a'
is proveAw. The writer of the.'above articfeis ef
one of the herd who has converted the freedom t.i
of the" Press into. unbridled .ieense, and has e
made it an instrument to destroy the rights it wks r
intended to defend. It is thie rash assertion of
the guilt of persons accused of crime, made by',
such Editors, that deprives the prisoner of an impartial trial-prejudices the public mind, and
brings Juries into the Court house, incapaeiated ti
to the performance of their duty, by reason of c
expressions of opinion-, as to the guilt or inno- T
cence of the accused,',which have been induced h
by extravagant denuncfations of a reckless press. a
The escape of the guilty, is more to be attributed
to the incapacity of theoprosecuting Counsel, the
imbecility of the Judge, or the ignorance of the R
,,l
Jury, than to the skillX advocates for the ae- c
caused. Let those do their duty, whose province
it is to administer thelaw, and all-tht talent and r
skill of the bar could not acqpit the palpably P
guilty-wherever~the guilt is doubtful, the law ti
acquits. "
. The Editor of the Morning News first passes
upon the guilt of Shelby, on no better evidence 0
than newspaper umor-and then lays his ac-
quittal at the door of Mr. Clay,-and without
knowing what was the line of defence assumed ]
by Mr. Clay, charges him with a perversion 'of f
professional duty. "
We do not intend'this article tobe oizh'idered 0
as a defence of Mr. Clay from IWe!.assaults' of 0
such antagonists as the Editors of the Morminng
News and Ledger, who have launched' this last b
arrow from the quiver of their malice. ",We
would as soon think of dMsending the Rock of "
Gib? altar from the flask of a pocket ptolW" We
desire to defend- the rights o( that. profession,
which has ever been found necessary tothe sup-
pdirt of, the liberty of the citizen"; the. profession
in:tnhich ERsKirN proudly st6od forth, as ehe t
champ0i-n-6f HoRNr,, TooK-E, ,whin power sought -t
to crush in him, the advocate of British liberty,;
the profession which ADAMS and QuiNCyrvkiwed ]
as impressing uporn them the solemn, though Un-
wished for duty of defending Preston 'atd-'NisB
soldiers, who sought, the aid of their talents tQ .
rescue themrfrom the popular hatred, exasperated;
by the slaughter of unarmed citizens. The most :1
ignorant pretender, to a knowledge of the office
And duty ot an advocate, must be aware, that he

is bound, by his oath, to render his assistance to t
the prisoner, accusedtof crime, who demands his
aid. Charity re'q res that he shall not pronounce
t:he cause a bad'0n'e ,which he is solicited to de-
fend. The discovery of new, evidence-(he ver-
dict of an impartial:! Jury,-acting-'iader the
.charge of an enlightened Judge, night declare
the innocence of. the accused, whom he hastily :
deemed to be guilty ...-. ;".* 1
We 'do- not countenance. the ,,perversion' of
professional duty"-we do not advocate a r^Bort '1
to quirks and qwiobles, by means 0f which, a,
criminal, is sometimes, made to<"go vwhipt of
justice ;' but we contend for the" right of the
advocate have the benefit 6f that provision of the Consti-
tution which" awards to the accused ". the assis-
tance of counsel for his .defence."
: To fix the precise limit," says LIBBER.t, in his
Political Hermeneuties, (a work of the most ri-
'gid moralityy,)" between the demands of, public.
justice-in countries, in which it is believed -that
civil liberty' .depends in a'great measure upon the
faet. that tlhe court be entire l~y.'eutral, so long as'


thelcase i debating, and where it does not, there-
fort, direct the eliciting of the whole truth, even
frorn the prisoner, and 'the"e grave duty of.'.tfe'
counsel, to'do every thing in fivor ofthbe clienf,
on the one hand. and on the other hand, thestern
demand that justice be done ifi reality, and not
in appearance ; that the innocent be not injured;"
that morality be riot compromised ; the fact that
-courts are established by. society for society, lor
the sake of justice, not to be arenas for, the'dia,
hectic skill of disputants--to fix the precise limit
between these two grave demands of liberty and
justice" i. ione of the most difficult subject..in, tihe
Whole range of political ethics-a subject worthy
of t 1,e highest and most fe-arless intellect, the pu-"
rest Lone-sty and humanity, and profoundest as
well as most extensive learn-ing."
This question, which the Philosoph&r from
whom we have qugted, (who has made Poli-
tical Ethics his earnest study,) felt himsell
unable to decide--e' br'ivoloi.i pennY-an-l,-.hers.
of theIA, orn /?i Ats and'.Ltdgr dispatch
in th6 twinkling of Hall eye-even, whet, their
decision. involves the coardemnation oIt' a inan,
whose political oppJort.ents ;feel",prou.d..to reckon
as one vf their cuntrymen-,an advocate, wvhose
conduct on the occasion alluded to, the e.?ttirr
f,.'(' o, f o.f' r,',,Irs, unite to a-pprove
Where was all this %irtuous indignation pent
up, when (EORGE M. DALLAS k(ft'ndt.d MON-
ROE Emv.,,DWP,, aind n.f#r iljlft-t/.:r Ipas ciic-
lt t, :ii!ato: l t(,i.io v 'ccui, 'his (DAL .,,'S) nic
et of Ofh. ,,t'.lit f n ro, :t. ? Far di-tant be the day,
when such hireling scribblers are to give laws to


craiic Cobvdntion, ar% entitled to the credit of -I
having hatched, and ill that will be left for tha-,a
People to do, will be the election of a State Le-
gislature, who 'Will instruct Abe Representative .
nd'Senatbrs, and so save a world of trouble. I
Truly, the People should be very thahkful-to thp.
Convention, for the'bright idea they have broached i
Considering th ,astonishing wisdom which hag- .
been evinced in the shape of beneficial legisia- t
'ion by ,thersap .ient "members of the General As- n
sernbly-the brilliant scintiations, oft genius
which has been emitted from" thiat body of shi- ,-'
ning wisdom', whose learning and eloquence hasi ).
gone nighl to elecirify\ihe nat ion-a morefit body, -
in'which- to repose such power, cannot be found'
in a II'Christendom- I-any Thomas, should
be so ;ibelievmig, as to "dubt thefIact-let him
lake Up the Stitute b0ok, and read the. lucubra- 1
tions.of that iltustrious body-and we venture to,".]
Tay, he will be struck daiwb with admiration. .
Certainly, never since-the day'y of Governor 1.-T N t
BREECHES" and" the WOR.SHIPFUL. BUGOMAS-:-
Tii& oSo 7-NEw AMSTERDA.," W/ho smoked
th4#r' forty pipes,* ataas-itting, in Council on the :
affairs of that goodly Burgh, as is faithfuiy re ,
corded by that honest historian,, DEnDER.C ,.
Knfc^RBOKE -his-.so much fvisdon been c
voiisckafed to mortal man.
"And stzll the wonder grew, ,
How such small hea '`.'could contai dillq; te
k ^new.)) _-' ,?.*
Certes, the man~ie of "TETBREEca.S,", and '
"WiLLIAX THE, TESTY," mu aive falle,% on'*
the shoulders of our _worshipful [ L.emocratic_{
" Senators and Represeitatives" whei.'"in, Gen- '
oral. Assembly convened,"--at least, the Cofiven-
ion evidently labored under that impression.
ot
LIEN LAW. ,
We had a-ways been awarer, that failure to i
pay a debt, was considered ,by, Depiocratidc Le- I
gislators, a& a crire worthy of seiere puinish- '
meant, save when, as in the, case of Mississippi
some years since, and more lately in Florida-
tlie creditors happened to be of that unfortunate
class, denominated by the Chinese, "Outside
Barbarian"-alias Foreigners. Butwehadnev-
er yet known the degree of indignation, which,
so heinous a crime would excite in the breasts of
our Legislators, until their'last session.
' Be it remarked in passing, that certain Demo-
cratic Candidates, in order to secure the v otqs of
such rfiechanics and overseers, as they could hum-
bug- by promises.,of special legislation' for their
particular, benefit,_ had promised to pass a Lien
Law, if they should be elected.
They,;did pass a law-called a Lien *Law--
but, eitlierthrough ignorance of all principles of
law,. or, t h rough inability to give effect to their
intentions, although they have given to0ehgineers, "
wor.cn on boats, vessels, &c., a liefoT their
w.ges, they have left them without any remedy
to enforce, what, i:j-tot-hem, that which.Black-
stone a~sertedcould never .be-a right without a
rem tedy. ^. : ';, " 7 ; *': ..... *
They did, .however, provide a' remedy to enp.i
'force one kind of contract,7--one of the provisions
of which remedy is. we 'venture to say,'.-wlthout
a parallel in civilized Legislalion. I( must owe
its origin to a desire on the. part .of the Legisla-
ture, to establish a system ofpavins,, and penal-
ties, for the non-aqyment of. debts. _beyarid- the
mere damages now awarded by law, in -'a civil-
action.! "
This law. annexes a forfeiture, under certain
circumstances^, to the non-payment of Ia debt-
all that is necessary to incur thepenalty is ab-
sence from the State and consequent ignorance
of the. proceedings which are being had&-which
absence may be_,- used by sickness, or other .
inevitable misfortune. The lawin question, pro-,
vides, that where'a workman has in his 06sses-i
sion', any articles on which-.he has done work,---I
and he is not paid therefore in three months, and
t'he same taken away, he shall deliver it to the
Sheriff, who shall advertise and sneli it and ..payn
.thei workman: his bill.. It would seem to us, that
this was all which' stern justice could re.
qtiire--certainly., it is a summary remedy~ for
the recovery of a deb't-due, perhaps, by" an
unfortunate farmer, for repairs upon his plough,
or rifle,, and who is unable to pay for. it, because
the course of law, which '" never Vet r.un smooth,"
keeps him out of hundreds, due him-from'others.
But ,the: Legislature .seemed determined, to
punish the delinquefit debtor,. still .more, if, to
the failure"Jto discharge his d"bts, he adds the
sin of<.being absent from the State or County-
the very reasoda perhapss' why 'Tie has not. paid
..up. The lawv provides, that if any sturplus .re-
mains, from the sale of the property, after paying
the debt, to discharge which it was sold, and all
costs, &.c.,--the surplus, if not called for by thie
:owner in thirty: days, shall -be paid into the
County TFreasurq--arnd, IF or CALLED .FOR BVi-
THE OWNER IN ONE YEA.B, SHALL BE FOR-


FFITE'I TO TH"E, COUNTY. :
This is thefruit 8f. the election of demagogutes
to office, who fish for votEs, by pro-4tituting the
post of Legislator to such base purposes.-wo
wheedle tihe pe mise to pr,.,tect their particular interest, b.y par-
tial, uutj.?t, and unconstitutional Legi.latiori.
Those, who inya lIa|)peu to be so unlortutnate,
as to 4,nibine the crime of poverty, with their
mischanrce of absence from their homes 1'or a .ear.
mnay thank the Constiltttion of the State, Ifur sal-
vation from the tender im/-rcies of "Denmo'ralic

Reader, be ye Whig or Democrat, recollect
that Wm. A. KAIN, who aspires to maake laws
.for Ihe whole lnile, Sh'l/es. VOTED FOR T'is
LAW. JUDGE YE, HOW WELL FITTED
HE IS FOR THE STATION.

"NC, W K NO PAY"'
Is not flie rule by \ hi.-h the Deiocratie can-
didate, Wim. A. lKAIN, '`.!*."Igto be govertied.
A evolution was r,.' t^' it, the Senate, hst
winter,.- which read as !fullw:s':-
,- R-olhcd by te h .Sentme. & c.. T40 no nmem-
ber of the G_,ira i i .it ntti j, sh/ attll t 'r ie e ity.-
ment foiw i Onhber time Ihn lb n ch t 1 alli (1 r e.si'fs
int he same, et('fpf he be -siel,: i I 1,n1 able to at-
tend to the di.char,. ,r.f his official dtitits."
iOn the passage ,(1'.thi lesluti-n. WJ. A.
K:%.IN VOTED NAY!. ,Strage to ,sa, there
were but three vo,-tes tfor it. Would h ..f. A7'aIi
pafy a miech/mie wiho ran off'aitd Itft hisFwork) .
N,)! But tie is",.vill%,ig to pay mernbers of the


ioiety--and deter the independemt profeitibn of r .. *"SEG
he Law, from a discharge of that-.b 4thich The OUl/
Alect@ the freeman frop'he despo mn of t moe! fir L
The 'Wts-culots of the French RAevp a..
ommened, thedestruction of thee ro.f7
people fro hd iOe vvo~h poee^do~naCJ6i A
iowerand tjihmteyPM~f' j ^ i^ ^
ikrty," by t'.errifying 6.ridm ii .c .p1
alZ p the,'
lDm a discharge of his oos M' the dIn feo'6 I
fthe accused Teimr succedslor, animitators 'sig iii "iti,
n. America-wuld Ifain a#*%'. Me, sa-me end qw,
y,tae same raiihs,,' **, to AM~eV~fIa^VO ,
:' 'GOVEltNMENT (6ARN. "-... ,l .'_it ft d
Wifebf'the Union first anq o4ced i oficil aaysvel!^aivote
haracter with which it had been invested by Did the.D
Ir. Polk, we thought that a Government Gazette, reqoisitfbo
vhich would keep the public inforMtnec on all few 9Qtki:
matters of P04cy, Exe$utive measuresi'move%. ", aly & ed :',
Aints of the Navy and"Army, foreign relations, passis _a. i
kc., would be useful, inasmuch ag correctinfor- most'
nation would supply thp place ,bf vague eCBJPC- votes.
ure, and newspaper rumours. Had tbe'Dnion and assed a I
have confined itself-to the announcement of such chise unplbte
SAtiatairs as the Presidentcqhoseto make public, o., The law pMYsed t
nd to 4uch an'Axpose of the views of the Exse- obedience I..ile-Co
tive as he might'deeni necessary to correct un- militia voll, kept aq
funded impressions, and at thesame time yield-'.shall be'.registejd I
nig a &m support to the measust of the Admin- registry of oqpmj
stration, and advocating such matters of policy, ., The fairaaf.'W
s the Pirsident and his cabinet deemed useful designed to bqari.
nid necessary, no evil could have arisen from the is apparTA to- efj.
stablishment of a newspaper by the Admfuig 'to'be tbAV list, bI
ration. -But the, extraordinary c lr (he d rtoB' tobe uii
ffusions,- put forth in the Union, leave9',ittle v$teiSsijFs ."lFf
oom for doubt, buit that it was sllabished.ot wh!se Dn1t
o benefit by imparting information, bixt, to act .are abisnt'r'"fo iO
as an engine of power, to destroy the hiberfie&of, and tose n ;s
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Tji epowel otfthe President of the U. S., exerted',
hrough his immense patronage, had becomelapffi-
ciently alarming befod Ithe accession of J. ^Polk.
'he fear of losing the favprs of'the, Executive,-
had (we say it with sorrow) during theJackson
nd Van Bur&n dynasties, exdrised an influence
over some of the members of tbh6,opular branch
of Congresai But Martin Van Bu-en, unscrupu-
ous as he was, still paid some tegard,,lt). the an-
.ientpre-'udices, of those who fondly imagined,
hat a Representative of the People voted under
no fear of consequences, say the loss of the Peo-
ple's approbation;-he ',asvmeld the virtue
hough he had it not." But James K. Polk, ea-
boldened by the freak of fortune which brought
the Presidential Chair down to his levelP;: relying
on the fancied strength b'f the party, wEiih
wrought the miracle of hia election rIasts off all
observance of respect for'i he independence of the
People, and in the coldmns of his pensioned
Press assails the motives.of tose who .refuse to
follow the party jiL-a; Which tends to tfie injury
of their constituents, and threatens with loss of
office and of favor those who presume to have a
will of their own.
1,o this base use bas the Government Organ
beep applied. The President o( the United'
States establishes a Newspape..,. in wfiich to at-
tack the independent Repre&.i.e of the Peo-
ple.
The attack, made in. the the columnli of the
Union, on the erratic members of Cotigress of
the Democratic party, as well as the jibes; and.
taunts--the chargesof_.,"rad-_,Paniel" thrownt-
out against the Whig Senator, who presentis Ihe
People's Petitions, we are not willing to lay ao
the door of Thomas Ritchie-a man who might
plead the exemption of second childhood-or
(he-long accustomed exercise of despotic powers.
n a party-ridden State, in aviodance of thejust"
punishment, which an effort to destroy thlf'free-.
ddm of debate richly merits, tie is..but the
mouth-piece of James K. Polk. The Ediror of
the Union is guilty of a great crime--but the
People whom he wrongs, investe4,biin with no
trust .-lh has the excuse that he ,a di' bread
S_> 9& occppation-he is paid fo b:is'dirty work.
'tis- his vocation."
Wehave.Wfore nohieed, thedictation af'the
Executive, 4R forth in the Unton-I he coarse
attacks made on members of Congress, both of
the Whig and Democratic parties-the allega-
tion ofI disappointment in office-seeking, laia&
the door of Brinckerhoff, (who succumbed be-
fore the anger his struggle for independence ex-
cited,)--and the charge of FaAup-PAic brouglit
against the Senator from Masachusetts, who
dared to assert the right of his consuents do
petition Congress. But the late. assault on Mr.
Haywood of North Carolina,who nobly sacrificed
his seat in the mbst tdi'gified, and exalted deli-
berative assembly t.6 world has ever seen, rather
than support a ruidous party measure-is act'
too presumptuous to be left unpunished. e
Democratic Senators', owe it to the dignity of
theirpown bedy, to remonstrate withfhe Presi-
dent against a further continuance of such out-
rages.
Ts it not monstrous that the. People should pay
Ritchie & Heiss $150,000 per annum to brow-
beat and over-awe their Representatives ? .
BIEN.N.IAL SE8,IO.N, -..
A pro-posit'ion to aLter Ilie C-onstitution, so a to-
make the Sessions ot tbed Legilature take place
biennially, instead X arnnuallY,'w*abrDtigllt 0.e.
the Senate at the adjou'rndf6ses491. ThepT-pgei
fai led f;or *.ant of a vote o.ftvo-(hirdsrl-etab 9.-'
rity requisite to carry. resolution for~amendment
of the Constitution. .
This measure, which Ihe exampte' and expe-
rience of the neighboring Slates of Georgia and
Alabama recommends to ou-adopt ion, and which
would necessarily be a Xa-^. saving of expense,
did not find a sufficient "number of suppoifers,
among (he eeontold-ial (!) Democ~ratic Senators.
Where *"fas our Democratic .Senator lxd Woicld

was where we found him', i" the Resolulion to
keep Members from drawing- pay' for se, rrio.
wh ich t hey did. not, rend~er-AM:ONG THCB N-..!"-

CONGRESS ALWAYSS OPPOSING ECONOMIY' ? BTO
is that ge.ntlemen of the Conveution ? How came
vou -to 'offil' the people such a.pro a cadj
date ? The Delegates who made (he fi.plna-!itip,
would baye-idone well to have put-.:th-off'tpea!! t-
ed W a'?g'"'q,.iestiu:n -"' W Ho I<'-:r. "I A,
KAIN ? ',By .tfie first. Monday m etb:?n w
,1 ill 'ntafage. to .make t e.: a,,^:lv betf~er"lacqu.m'-
ted wit h .William "A. 'Kanm.pol. 7iicalt'>&peaki"e$'w.
thlia the-y will be at any pains to thank ustot,.. .'


.must have'this p e ^ i .
to be Ate efiecf ogf t ^-~
law.-the mfla* fe edUi(
-nullity. 14f if i '..q..
nothing--i if .xles !I
produced ito a o ,,w.. ^
of registraioQ it-.
. of qualified 'vof i016.
mitted to vote but .", wiB m
it-then it will pri daee Ak"
and is a piece of l .gi.aio,
HRottentolo-an act k -di'fj ^
rance of political rights-i. k '-.
There ore bu:tWo Ij tIiiiSA
be viewed, ,-We 51e. tj et.l
of the dilrffia is s jt.j

doubt, to the De
fixed on one or ,-
7%e lawjj Eerk

.ftI&idsor9 it aran fi far^
to coiply w^te^ le
which -*.OxqdOe in eyAf'aw^-ea


NOT.[CE.-All persons having claims -gainst
this office, will present them to J. L. NVY]MIAN,
the Publish,:r, and those indebted to the Corn-
niei,-ial Advernter," for stubscripltion or adverti-
sin-, %%ill make pa\'nent to him, he being alone"
aLitlori-ed..10 collecl the old 'accounts. .
July 21. 1_;-16.


CORRECTION.-I[ our- article on Register of
Public Lards,'" published in our last number, we
inadverIenIh' fell into (he error of stating, the
salary of that officer-one thousand dollarlper T
.anium-to be twice the amount ot that paid the .
Governor. We were thinking, at the time, of
Mr. Lev s's estimate. ,.. .
RIGHT OF INSTRUCTION. ; t
We live and learn" is- a Irue, as-vwel-1aSrn
old savinec. We are brought to acknowledge thip, .
truth raf it, on reading that insh'iittitie doecmient,
the Democratic Address.
We had hIoged ourselves up, with the fond'
delu.1ion, that we had come to understand what
wias the Democratic doclrineof Instruction-',-;;_We
had iunagined that what. the Democrats contended
lor, as an exercise of that right, was, that. the
L,- Itures of the States had a right to instruct
the t-Snalor. int Congress, by them chosen.-
The main ground relied on to establish such
ilatn- of ri-ht being, that the State Legislatures
were more fresh from the People, than' tlie-
United States Senate. and could speak more de-
eided lh t h,-ir op inions on any subject. .
The Democrac\y o1' the present day i., however,
Prog,,.''sit'.'-it Florida, it is swiftly striding on
t-., tiat pt,:sition, w which, %%hen attained, will Save
thle "" Dfi, Po, ^Ile'" aiy trouble about the rman-
,ou-,etnent of their affairs. As we before remarked,
%%e thol ::ht we h id understood what the Right of
11,r.t ti,:,r, meant, but we have been taught, hy
a I.,erisal of the "- Democratic Address," that we,
10 1,olr1n1,:,1 with the numerous politicians, who
luve:- diii.'i.isad the question until it is threadbaie,
,',c,,' tl.;i'iit.L: ,it aill about it. For the inforima-
tio, of Thomas l ,,Dnton. Daniel Webster. aidJ
,other beui.]_.-lited seekers after learninL,, who have-
ioeretfl;,ri- bte, i n the dark on this subject. wre
ar,' jt the? pains to publish the latest txposwitiaio
of this impt-,oitiit questio-n, pronounced, ex ca-
/Ilit di,., by cei tairn Oiarlis 'f" Dnioeoracy--he
embodic.-I tll,,t r.of ihe' party in Florida, whio
liti-ly .-t '. ,/,'kd the ,jipe of Council, ti their uis. .
1ro/in,.-t a certanr, place. wMli i must hereafter be
fattous.iin stry, as the DELPHOS" OF FLO.n-
iDA--'-.tnd wh iw rlept ".THEc LowER Mn-ER-
AL SPRINGS." R. READ AT.RK fAND INWARDLY

W' \Vi ive bef.,re -zaid, in eflr.ct, that we fully
r-:o,:,nle Iln all its ;:.r,:e an,,l p,:, er.,that in a Re-
jibll,[i:i.:tl Gi,,'rve ,unieit the sovereign people aie
the ,.,r1-1Yle- 1nitate source of all political power.
The oc'i l I,-',rrtact.- which bind., 119 tosethler iS
tIh erI l:l,:,.lid e\ ii-,ssio, ,.ii A' them and any\' t-
t- t i 1.,t to nM|.,ose u lon p,,o uljr credulity s.) as to
iinfliecethe nectin of either State or Federal
"t-;overunrejit jiaunt the true in terests of thte
],,:ople. is a species ,Of fraud and tyranny over
mind, wlhich we, as Demotncrats, never have and
ilev'erl will t,:,lei.ite. It.fUll/,:n, ftom fbis position
lt we are fi,'m bliti-'.s i'62 thleidoclrine of hi-
sh m,'ti, fil. Mtiilead mid stained, as our govern-
mUe t iS. U1:101n (lie will ,:,f tihe people. W ?e there-
t,ore ,eg-rd it not onrl~y as tie rivjht, hut the duty
.A ltb. Ii,-,p'0le, r Roti'GH THEIR PROPERLY CON-
pTT,-LTETD ORGANS., TO' IN"R-.TRTCrTHE'IR REPRE-
SENTATIV'E-'! I arid, Se-nt.,oic, on a.ll important
il uirsti,:m ,--irhe.r o tu r1 r l,'iple or pcich y.: and that
it i.; (he dutY A' suchit Repif-entative.s and Sena-
11a' ) I,;, ,)tev ir pli,;:itlV stiChi irl[ 'lU.ictiorrs" T he
c,,.1 itiuen,_-v, b,_-ni^ the ,.sour,_e of'Lill pro\er. hIave
the rig-hlit t,: d-t.rinine whether or not the agent
erdii.i-hJ by th.enrt, fait-.MlullY eiXeeutes their will
in obre'dierIce'to tl'e proviiors of the social com-
l.,a ,i.' ,*
I"[t i,-ed-,: n,:, ^ghost lf'roin the grave to tell us"
w-,-o tile "* pHl.,It".s" c'i/t. iltild t'/ ans' a(re. W'e
all ,.liider't ,,, 1the G .ii,'ul ..Isembly" of the
SN',11, to be ir, di,'aietd by these word-. Pott,e'r
i's alyit4, _,,llig.. .f'oio the many, to the
tPw." Cairy out this, new fangled. doctrine,
v'lidc -.mu' fi'ind-4 the delegaites to the Demo-


the "people o& their
fools. ; .. .. '
If the Whigs have a maj I.
gislalure, let tlb.,bae one. 4hna,.
'which they p oy s.- ,T,- M"k.:
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This d.op,'''@"" ,M ?..;
read in a cou'.akry where.the." sf
4b~road;" dr, by a poIwo.l^ ^
prevent the detep. on of. fhe Ealk
sistencies, wit M#.Ch it iall:l.l
Among the intoiisatencie8,',w. :
the asse04on of thWe wtw^s^,
.at, artfits., and. J-of-
.Lanl itfdk.JfidOf the.
lution: ap#-4 Al '.
houo and bis g PPi.je.
tion are denoupigi]
great Idol i B30V.a
law, which wdll -.
of Internal' Impravt eight
advocate of strict'cos o
.ass an amend".e tt thp,".-...
which gave-th&Ojeok bf
'States in whiAeltb!'lie:-..,:|
We -object to- 'A--iwo-fa'de'd^
tioneefing--weobjecl t.. S^
ministers to Aep
t rnll'z .Imp oveme i a^"^ ^^^^
ai44he .name time, throws o...ut a W
Calhoun A en; Wo, areP&am w qf
This is fileting'" the Whigs wiltf-k
sword-it cuts bflth waya-i1 Is*B^
with that which rased the,.-cry .'-,..
LAS AND THIM 'FAMOVr isJC~aiit
AcPOLK, DAL- LAs. Aiwl~kinDB^.^ TO^
Carolina.. .. ' .
Some po~i-n of thboe *' ie"
the 9uppdrfQf the Pomp^. aB^
be beafyed.' -jHe L eaw!^.
who can, say, wbotigr"f-^ ^ El<^
posed to IntenA.Imim'' Z'
*But' by far the grealies 't-- ''
Demecrati Addqes% is lhat w
sirzcea eeffnie J amw in- -l r 01,y//a^^^
-opermunt to.be one of
fnpA-s./or PvkxA that partl
W -EW.!!'. What a -whbpperl,
it is true. Wha('ll ",.yCiU.4 f.
*eutiwn bepl ^^ ^ap^
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.., '..-; :(tli ventior; pr>i e t-.e O---.o. T re'l. v
-"a A'... give M r Polk the. credit of llie net o-
^? .-.'Wato n--de. y nethre -ne\ Ta riff Bill to be' a
i A-:l.ribm :' I'-Free Trade-s.' tain the cour'se
rav''-_' the President. toward Mexico-and de-
.... B euB'-sc-e' 11.tJournals which pi,.tun me to dis-
l to Itfrm the opin, ioi. expressed il said







iH -reso llutlous '
y .- ntjl~ese resolmitoIS' %%e sli-ll nni-ie a
t ,1 o ,he o ,,de ,eitll which, they
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.4;,,n^^ f iy.a.Y be--J''lly ,itesentei to [lie rea-
:'^^^^^ bofllo(v t\efie tc~it' of' De-
.i^ el..p Zss-b eSt|^he d b tile convetinlln,
'--'.. -1 -t -' onveutio prai'e ti e Oregon th'e t fte
A." '"..ah I g ie. d Polky ohe All the members of







t,' e. f I) r t :A Ipd c., s Ijec ai 11vI of1' t he *p-rl y p res-
-. W,1, .;,t.11 W" lessional District! To
A le~s-'~?s~inw beg;leave to dPInnrI.
..6 t-`;. bea ii --er l he falsehood cont ained oil ito
a|O4,- AiQ6j-^^ 'lrd'ot believe that -* our riah.ru-
| '*' ;. rhave b o e ade--sustain the coreite-
Bm.eni t Qif-..-.ore p [i l o ndary, because I he.
3~~~m e- _Uili& onveniiton claimed tile --wihol'e
.o r, n M Poilk,re-iier;-
V ^t'M''l^eo trine'h his inagua add ress.;
:.'-.:..V i^ Ti his- re solen iot therefore as. a tedet
U ;-f: t;Mie-4 efrocra6,', llhe %%hole Baltimore
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,,-:g,ninI"e. isn.the Abnexation of Texhs-
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t: '^^^G"tiAfy denmcrmis of file country oppxj-
;-:+.+b ea "Whigs buppeoited th etmea-
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\ WASHINGTON, August 4.
The Bill for IIhe payment of [lie claims
for French- Spol'iations prior 1o 1800, to the
etent of five millions, was finally passed
to-day, hy a an ample majority. It only
needs the signature of the President to be-
come a law. The bill provides for the in-
stitution of a Board of Commissioners to
examine and ascertain the claims, which
are to be paid pro rata. Payment is to be
made in lands at the Government price.
The benefits of this lardy act of justice
will be widely distributed-th.e d.e.scendapts
ol tlie original claimants being scattered
through all parts of the Union.
The veto of the Harbor Bill was again
discussed, and. ipon (be question shall the
bill pass notwithstanding the President's
objections, the vote was yeas 96, nays 91.
Had the House been full the majority would
have been the other way. There are seven
States interested itnmediately in the navi-
eation of the Lakes, all but one (Ohio)
Democratic, aud none of which will readil,
forgive Mr. Polk for his veto of this bili
But other States not directly interested, see
no propriety in paying towards their int.
provements, and apprenend that the con-
tinuance of the system will lead to great
difficulties. The vetoed bill did notcon-
lain a single iten that had not been recom.
mended and estimated for, by the Engineen
department.
The. Senate, on motion of Mr. Evans,
took up lhe bill for remitting duties of rail-
road iron already laid down or ready to h(
laid down. The policy of remitting'duties
on imported rail road iron has operated very
beneficially, in increasing hlie number o
rail roads throughoutt (13P country. About
one hundred and fifty millions have been ex
pended iii railroads in this country. Th<
bill was passed 24 to -2l.
A Civil and Diplonatic Bill was before
the Senate. A warm debate occurred or
Mr. Benton's hiotion to amend, by risert
ing an iiem of '5275,000 to pay the two iu
smalltneuts due from AMexico, which Mr
Shannou receipted flor. The motion wa:
rejected. .
A motion to insert 84,500, as an outfit fo
Arthur. Middleton, Esq., while charge o
affairs in Spain. was losi.
Iu Executive session, Judge Grier's ng
mination as Justice of the Stuprlemne Cortr
was confirmed.
,THE SUB-TREASURY BANK.-Otir rea
ders remember how MIIr. Bent'on denounce(
the proposed amreudmuent 1o the Sub-Trea.
sbrv, which authorized the Governlneut t(
isstie Ireasut'v drafts in connection there
with. He then said, with ltha fe;Iture,, 1
\%onld be a National Bank of the most odi
otis kind, and that, as lor himself, he voulh
rather take anv-instit-ntion tlhat ever existeI
from the w(_)Vl Creek Bank" to the."BanL
oflthe United Stales," than it. The Senai,
rejected that amendment, but the \Washing
ton correspondent of lhe New York oi.:
MO'Icial Advrlricr says:
Another expedient is now talked of 1o


N.-OTICE.-PETER HOBART, Esq., is my
auth,:ri agt ,.-,ent duri-ig mi absence from
the State ofl Flo ida. '-".
HENRY G. GUYON.
Apalachicola, June 3,:^,, -413.
N OTICE-Mr. \\VM. H. LONG is our ageut
N l'uriig oui" ab-.eoce.cli th-eStafe.
Ma an 3, 1rILLER & Co.-
-OTICE.-Mr. CLINTON THIGPlN.'ismy
duly a,.itt,.:,ri' ed. agent durinin.. y absence
lhom the Slate ol' Florrid.
J. \W. BABCOCK.
Apalachicola, July 7, ISIl,;. 7--t


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resutcitating an exhausted Treasury-a se-
palate bill to authorize the various sub-trea-
surers to-'receive money on deposit, and al-
low interest t.hereon at the rate of: 3"per
cent. -per annum."
Verily, the party in power are now.
." g6i'g it" with high hand. Not satisfied
with a scheme which will enable the sub-
tr~eaurers'lo Swartwout with .thffGovern-
tr&^jf.funds, th.ey propose also to fleece the
ufsuspec ing people.

[Savannah Aepublican.
AD VALOREM DqTrTisE- Custom-House
Oaths.-The New*York correspondent of
the National Intelligencer, w'ho, as every
body knows, held.pffice in the Custom House
under the Jast. Administration, relates the
'following, on his own personal knowledge :
"A .merchant, by the name of--, had
ibpeaiedly enteired goods at this custom
house by fraudulent invoices, lo the verity
of which be swore. At length be was dis-
covered. As soon as be suspected the dis-
covery, lie Called upon me at my house and
stated' lhat he should probably have some
difficulty with the collector, in which case I
could render him an essential service. I
remarked, without permitting him to pro-
ceed, that I was a Government officer, and
would report al.'he said to the collector.
He conotinied; Five or six thoursond
dollars is no object to me; and I know'you
will not betrayed the confidence I repose iu
you. I again slopped him, stating'that if he
persisted I should order him out of my
house. He said nothing more, except urg-
ing that +'the oath was only a custom house
oath.'. Immediately'on going to the.cus-
tom-bouse, I reported to Mr. Cuirti4, the
collector, the conversation verbatim,.a.s: near
as f'could recollect it. The man w.ai'arres-
ted, gave bail, and ran away.
I now repeal, abandon specific duties,-
and at least one half -your invoices will be
fraudulent and sworn to because "they are
nothing but custom house oaths."
RESTORATION.
Above all othersdoes it behoove The State
of Maine to be up and doing, if the people
of that Slate desire to aid in the great work
of RESTORATION. No State is more injur-"
ed than Maine, by the infamous British bill-
of Sir Robert Walker. Her, .commerce,
her agriculture, her infant makif-actures-
all have received a stunning blow, from
which it will be long before they will re-
cover--and yet, few States have contributed
more to bring this destruction upon their
own heads thain has the State of Maine.
through her own faithless Senator and Re-
presentatives. Not content with the votes
(k one Senator and seven Representatives,
the infamous leaders of the Loco Foco party
of Maine have succeeded iu forcing, by a
palpable fraud, another free-trader upon the
State, in plaee of the faithful Evans. Up'!
up! Whigs of Maine, lo the work! The
FOURTEENTH Of SEPTEMBER is close at
hand. Elect a whig Legislature, to expose
and denounce the fraudulent-election of a
Senator, and choose a Whig to the vacant
seat in the U. S. Senate. Ele't Whigs to
the Huuse of Representatives, who will be
in favor of restoring the Tariff. It is time
you were up and doing. Let your'speakers
expose, .before the outraged people, the a.u-
thors of their wrongs. Let the Whig pa-
pers of- ain bsoqnd the eall, to arms. Let
the cry of. RE-STORATION RESTOR-
AT1ION'! 'bi heard from York to Aroos-
took, and from Pemaquid to the Canada
line. Let not one man who voted for the
infamous bill of abominations of 1846, be
permitted to return tollthe next Congress.-
"To your tents, 0 Israel! "--[Boston Atlas,
AcQUitlTED.-The Hon. G. D. Shor-
tridge, one of the Judges of*the Circuit
Court-of Alabama, was recently tried' at
Talladegia, Ala. -The Hon. Geo. Gofdth-
waire persiding, for alleged perjury and
honourably acquitted. A nmating of .the
Tqlladega'Bar of which Chancellor Ligon
was Chairntan, and a meeting of tlhe citizens
.of tlhe same county both pronounced his
acquittal a triumphant vindication of a
mueh injured man. His accuser ought to
be starredd and fealhered." for ihe atrocious
calumny.--[Muscogee Democrat.

SPECIE vsS. StIN PL.ASTEtS.--In the de-
bate on tbej'ub-reasury, Messrs. Ben-
Jton and A.llea-oppo.ed the issue of Treasu-
ry Drafl'tsl'nj t'he Government and Messrs.
"Calhoun aaiLewvisfltpported tlhe measure
) "Which docfr'i.n,,.is fost in accordance witl-
+"sound Democe-aey ?--[Muscogee Democrat.
) At last we have the Presiden's Veto o
- the E~iver and Harbor Bill. It is words rill)
- spoken, and may, as Mr. Rhett suggested.
t nrolon the life o~f the Demoeratic parl^.--
- B3ut th~ey are so determided on sofciide
- there is no saving what rope they mray pick
r up.--[Charle"ston JMrcury. '


FREAKS F" Tv-POGRAPHY.-The editor o
- the-van-blical Observer, in reference to at
e .iDrTV'id'uaIook occision'to write that lie wa,
s rec'u.. in ecoles'ia, fhat is good standing -i
Y the Church.. Th'e type-seiter to whom this
4" was dead language, in the Editor's absence
t converted "nto'reclus in culina, which, al
- lhouigh,''petiy Rood Latin, alrers, in some
e dec;e'e, the sense, as it accorded llthe -re
verend genilemau spoken of, only a good
e slandinLg in the, kitchen.
QUICKER THAN LIGHTNING.-The .N. 1
Tribt-it : in alluding to the receipt of the
news by the Hib.trnia, gives the only illun.
s traction of thte above phrase which we recol
lect ever to have seen. The Tribuie says
r This inrellience was announced in
f Boston at l,:ulf pits( si.x, and placed on the
bulletin of Tile Tribunc in this city, at lven
. t ol ,i n a t e/ l zs I ) s i r Y1 '
t' We resumeue that the Tribune Edito
muLst ha1e used in this instance a new kind
of lightning, known as the Fouricrite.
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hie meagre majority -oblined, for'the mnea-
ure after all such appli'aneei, -does not, we
think, justify the glorificaRiona'.on the part
f the' Republicans, which has been and is
ow beitrg.got up, on the occasion! But
il desperandum is our m6oto. We shall
not yet dispair of the-reiulic;,although p6d.,
iticians may, for adtnjt, practise deception
ndwork evil. With an instinctive aversion
o all exclusive privileges .and nbjpust mo- .
nopolies, we'wilFstill cherish the hope that
he day is not-di'sts'ht .:when the r,i'ghis .and'
nterests of the":masseg of our people--of
he toiling millions-will be alike guarded
by the government, under a system of just
nd equal laws, such..asbbr glorious institu-
ions and the progressive "s pirit of ihe. age
,nay require.-[Mluscogee, Democrat.
[Correspondence of tire Charleston Courier.]
*t EASHINGTON August 3.
Judge Greer, of Pittsbuigh, Was to-day,
nominated as Justice of the Supreme Court.
He is said to be n competent and respecta-
ble person, and will be'confimed by the
Senate.
-Mr. Buchanan determined on Saturday
to remain in, the State Department. Mr.
Pickens 'is h ee, and some have surmised
that he is.aiain'to have ihe offer of the
London .Mission, which, it is said, he woul.a
now accept. ... I
The expected veto Message on the" Har-
bor and River bill, was communicated to
fhe House to-day, and produced deep sen-
sation. The Western demferats are vehe-
meni, and open in their denuficiations of the
President.
This bill was designed chiefly to continue
or complete works already commenced, on
the Western Lakes and Rivers. The sum
appropriated is thirteen hundred thousand
dollars.
The President in returning (he bill, ob-
jects to it on constitutional grotpd. He
considers that to mnke these impr-vemenis
is not within ihe province of the General
Government, which was created for limited
and specified purposes.
He objects to the policy as unjust, be-
cause it takes money from all the States to be
expended for the benefit of a few Districts.
He objects that it is dangerous, because it
would, if pursued, create sectional jealousy
and bitterness, and destroy the harmony of
ihe Union.
As tile country increases in extent, These
demands for improvements would become
greater, aud would impoverish the common
Treasury. 'l
Finally, lie says that,int lime of war, no
appropriations but those of pressing impor-
tance ought to be made. The government
was now compelled to resort lo a loan, and
it was necessary to husband all its resources.
The question being, shall the bill pass,
notwithstanding the President's objections,
an animated discussion took place that con-
sumed the day. The Western democrats,
31r. M'Dowa[l, of Ohio, Mr. Douglass, Mr.
Wentworth, and Mr. James Thompson,
condemned the President's objections. The
question will be (aket too morrow.
The..House passed a resolution for sup-
plying the new members with copies of the
Register of Debates, and S.tate papers, &c.
This will give Gales & Sexton thirty or for-
Iy thousand dollars. It isthe last'transac-
tion of tihe kind, for it exhausts the editions
of the books, and it is no!'prpbable that ihey
%ill ever be reprinted. .
The Western men declare that 1hev
would not have voted for the new Tariffbill,
if ihev had kunwn that they were to lose
their Harbor bill.


In C.
.FRANKLIN CIRC,
Benjamin EPAlio6n uardia, ( .
garet Ella, Elibethl :"
D. Churcehills ,infant ,' .
D.vid D. Churchill, dec
vs. Cross Bill.'
Alphopse Loubat, and the Soutl~trn
Li4.jstnrince and Trust Com-
pany. 1
T' appearing to the satisfaction of the Ca0l't,-
1 from affidgvitmade and filed, Jhat the Sortherm
Life Insuranco ld Trust Company, one of .bo
defendants to "he above bill,9is located
Territory of Florida, to wit, inleon Coit d
that there is not any officer or directo$ai&
Institution within M is Judicial Diltrict,,p'jCEerie
serv-icj can be made. Iter therefore' ,'e.
that the said Southern Life Inamraned and Trust
Corqpany answer the said bill &f complaint or
the same will be taken pro confesso against it,
and that this order be published in some news-
paper published in the cily of .Apalachicola'i
once a week for four months.
THOMAS DOUGLASS,
(Teste.) .. Judgo.


W .Fe.4 'OAi7'4-1ORITF.-'. ,- L' entirely repealed the odious tariff of
1N, INTEENALq' 1 -M ENT-.g," `4 &c. and therefore entitled to ihe sup-
-h, tht er to raise money port of the(i C vention ,6 a.lso of sorques-
o.tc ade a ll '---e it, is confined to..ionable a character as l'" I d
;t'o-' e.Gltion''.fthe"d 9 to-e,"e'eCoI le Wd, \t +.Ie" there, is any,.tha, it is a lmlled on all hands, that the
gated to'.tl-,e.fte a l governmental, .fie principleI'Y.q-,'rotc:lion --,the very principle
.vhiic-if-6" exction *wj.nld .utno- denunced iu the preceding Resolution--is
iaior-..u'::-".xpendiu fr te -p ,, ;......and uneqnivocally embodied in the
.f. .taviatx. t tl,.e .M, P-+-- ,new tariff bill! .Fi .thercomment On such
e -" ''. -, -'t -re sfider- incon ,istency, is-needless. .
... ,ati,. _. -.-t,t,'o ,, -"1 The .5th 'Resolution may; pass with the
tan th ,it^.^-bftiouq-. eG- sinle remark, that its opposition to internal
ahjL^T 1,1E 45i, 1l OV'-I.A"I D improvement by the General Government is'
M.'d ,u-it. PICr-. [ deemed good democraticc doctrine, (which
.p.a"vit ,,,p/ ,s .,is,. .... w'e.'adli;) what kind of democrats may
r 'pQ;N oN'.-NIEP.RNAL ,[,-',l.n;- z-'r-' .ohu C. Calhoun and h is satellites be cal-
etr, t,. r~ late,.'c,, e,"-' I le led ? -
seve l s .",ca-(m irii a [u,-.ia 'to con- Of Ihe (tAl Resolulion as little may be
9 "1" "i "s' "a ,i 't~enavi- "-,e
rddOro -S;.'a ,a-,- said, though we d.o.ubt, very much. the
'.atW.e isd, o lder-to tacilitateb,, promptness and prudence" of the Presi-
.1 1 ... 4 1 t den without Mt n Ihe l exican difficulties as well as
_0'1oisWet L~oll,,9..1)'t, It-, -afrom the or-
," o. ,',^trenlhned bi-the questions the propriety of making a belief in
o,^ i ledtsttch Executive qttalifications a proper test,
( .4t..k. ,i+y-rh' ,' a ll :":.'1. e t() Con-z're;s deril-cralie failh. It is a m ere m atter of
soa" .i-hch: .:3, opinion, about wliich even "the friends of
Ii!.,-. .. "-,- Mr: Polk may and do differ."
Lf_ j " ",it_" -
,, tl^.. -., c.-:^. ARRIVAL OF THE HMBERNIA. .'
u-.&Poun :-ar nd M_,fqu,.,irg Mhr.Madisons ^ ^ ( E uO e
.... .- ...... -' '+':. 'Twvelve days later fromu ]Ea'opc.l
0A .n i;im. 1,-14. , f.ISt'tewie ikNu .fitifiatioun.
.hort opu, (I' the sane The Hibernia brings to the United States
- -'the Oregvon treaiy ratified -by the British
al-Imp'emnt. If.t ,,ill Government, under the seal of'the new for-
Ats.,fi will publish the ophtion.
:,l_-+:t;,,r?? wil oul.is,:d(lairte- peivn minister, Lord Palmei-ston.
t ThI,;itr Qnt..iuidenlal prote- -nortani document was signed by
1tr m-dinRusfy,!bv dutieileieed on the his Lordship and Mr. McLeon on the 17th
.7o, n,-. .,, n, ohm.':," at the I' reign office, and afterwards convey-
'=..; ^' -"- -- "+:-'; ed by express, I''i despatch by the Hibernia
-'C/iM<^? w|^flea^ -LD ....r.iK^ bh't7is- Excellencv M-Mc'Lean, the Ane-
.t.. n.i^tais rYt fi- tlh door- 0 1e- E- -wan Iiister to'Great'Britain.
min..w-th th~ en itw -- the-House o2f-Lords on the 171h of
a t 'b-t a ion bll u nd e01' Ji i I -y, the. M arquis o 'f L ansdow ne rose and
ho '.W ot. .C:, rrI s tjail ,:,rne said lthat t wi ,s-his duty to lay before [lleir
Fi.lA'tnl+Vl" Ni irnia; 'hen ,t'lie +Lords-hips'and that Honse, the treaty which
i a. lB i,+ iiafrt ori,- Li:0 PPIv hiadL'u.st been concluded between HF er Ma-
]:B.nth1 es I N, and a ll]the Government of lle United
.. +t.'taild t e chaair"rti l.t u,- "'S,[[te' in reference to the Oregon Territo-
^^.^ ? b Pnt."-- ..-;a -,r-. t rv. He had the'safllaction 'of informing
.- )a..,-e.".'lnd those day been xcl, anoed.
Lhe 3ecret v ',r,d d-at. the A similar mmr ion was made in the House
f, -dli, rpet a"Ild 'l l -1 e. rL$nied. of -omnnons by Lord Palmerston, who ap-
...... 1j" lit,: ..A'kMS, |.i:eared at the bar and stayed tihat lie had a
Wit 4,' i[:re :T?, ,. -;'-i -.-.V(cws'Will paper lo preseuit h. command of her Majes-
"^^^^'M^,^ff tv-^ '- "e; +',,
,.w -Aklo ,.+b..-: ,0,_,I. thIe*Denoj,'-:jrarc ty.N
Sf'19*"li5' L il % t% l F ild tat the The n'w-inislry has got Iairly to work,
Sand tle business of the country is again in a
Qi'L t~r:: F[,tlher!3,'" i3 the n h '
-.-.-,-^ '- stile of progression.
of,.-.. P1., .. All the members have been returned with-
I. .SJ.i.t(.,r b t--n -L_. kn i ,,nt oppositon, except M r. McAuley and
Z, Y 'afd.-'- Lord Debringten.
..... ...' 'k- -In e ve ry q u "te" r a d is p o sitio n e x ists to
,.,.M,-.:T^^E ;.[.:;._. r'ive the new appointments a fihir trial; in
'-'A-{:' 1 e X n B Ltreni '
t.^ ib^~ t.1ret01. he b l Ce01 D (..onfieeuce of ihe excitement now passed,
.f blithe iblle ? D..- "the country needs repose, and with the ex-
all \N'V01isday.lav, in llheSen- ception of the Sn2:arduliesthere is no pro-
[ii,i-M Oz'.re-st1rv- BiM, M r. Ben- ntinent question likely to emb.arrass'rhe ntin-
N+"''" isirv or test their capabiliiv.
ii~h:: iha rv. i~c I os e which
<..:-;-.,c. ". 'p : r -1.,1. .. r '*le :fl irs of this session of Parliament
-in. < *a11nbel eu rtip: will be ,nuud tp probably by ltic middle ot
ta-sB^11 P S l d.ihe n -rnte 1y t he Aiiusi.
-,,ge hlLv place i Tlhe greni iovenient to reimburse Mr.


WILLIAM VALLZAU, Clerk.
Apalachicolt,;August 18,1846.,


In Chancery. s *.".
FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.
Henry G;Guyori, Bill .for Injciotion. exeuton
vs. of. Trust and glfief.
James C. Bqote. 4 '
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
bv affidavit filed in this cause, That Jamaa C.
Boote, one of the defendants, resides beyond the
limits of the State of Florida, btt withinn the
United States, to wit, in thexState of :Louisiana.-'
It is ordered, that publication be made once a
week for four months in the Commercial Adver-
tiser, a newspaper published in the eity'of Apla,
lachicola, requiring -the said James C. Boote to
appear and answer the said bill of complaint-or
the same will be taken pro cbnfesso against him.
THOMAS DOUGLASS, -%
(Teste.) .. "" Judge. -
WILLLAjtVALLOaU, Clerk. .
Apalachicola, August 18, 1846% :3 '.414;


lnthe Western' Circuit of'Flridft.
FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT.*'- ,-.
Raphael J. Moses, Administrator, &c.'
of John Lock', deceased,
Vs.
*Jame. A. Aborn, Administrator, &c-,
of Latham Babcock, deceased. ..
T appearing to the satisfaction of t6e Conrt,
that 6oie'of the defendants in the above suit,
to wit, Hilliard Babcock, resides beyond the limi-
its of.the Stare of Florida, in .patfs unknown to
tfle 'mplainant. It is ordered, that said defend-
arnt6o appear and ans.'"eEto said bill of com-
plaint by the first Monday in December, 1846,
otherwise the same will be taken pro confesso,
provided,, that publication of this order be made
in some public paper printed in this. Circuit once
a week for lour months.
THOMAS DOUGLASS,
(Teste.) Judge.
WILLIAM VA.LLEAU, Clerk.
Apalachicola, August 18, 1846. 32-4m


Cob',ldn 1I'W the Io.ss of health and money is
progressing iapace. There seems every
chari elthat the hundreds thousand pounds
finel upon as ihe maxim'un oftthe urnount
to he 2iveti to him, will be-'ratsed.
r-. f.:!r %% "ill he ma:dle Io raise a.splendid
mIieInnnIi Ilo Sir Rpbert Peel, by means of
l,,:.nny 11.s,.,'tliOsrlnS1r1,000ughot.t the Briish
J-ini'ir-, ;,-, nl e.pre'esiotn of the nation's
'='.r:, i i' ui,.
P.'LI.\.m ,.r.- TIhe proceeding_ in the
[11-1-40 ( 11 P;irl:1iinenlt pUssess considerable
in!,eie-i.-
M,. Dmicohe -vishpd o hlear from the no-
b.,le Lordl iim In ltf a distinct avowal of his
iiPv.! on lie le: liri'i lopics of the day.
L ,rl .John Rtisssell d',:lined this cate-
o In' l aihillysis. but -xhlile doitng so, said
1!`i(i'ij,-ijt 1o0 p6int llie A. oral 'o'' his future
(.t-:ter ;o: ll in,,eir, to ihe principles of Free
.Tra;de, I-, i> %1 l-hc lile" a(,w;ed his unswerving

Jutnce o0 Irelinu, he would, literally, car-
r1 out, I.1t1 with r,-['e.Il to the esatibl~ishttd
cAi,,.-h ot'Atlt coirInl. ilhe Premier Ihought
1 im ,.ud rti it to me,_hdle in this early sta--e
of i hIe business.
The same eyeuin Lord. John Rnssell de-
clared [h;,[ lie would h make his views res-
pectins [le stigar dies known on Monday.
CoMt-MKRiClAL.--The manil'actuiring dis-
irici; are busv, .nd confidence prevails.,
The season continues all Mint we could de-

The cotton market is firm, with good
stea,.l% business, and prices have an upward
tendency. :
The I'teszt arrivals from th-, United States
show lhat HIIP 1,at CIrop will not exceed two
.':millions one hundred thousad bales, and
that the proslpects of ihe crop for l.he pre-
s-ent Near, owin,. 0o lthe ileness of the
-lprig, alr- l partici laily promising.
T\R-IFF BiLL P.\SF-o.-The new Tariff
Bill has firNlly passed both Houses of ('on-
_,ies. alter onie ot the fiercest siru sles__ per-
haps ever witnessed-by a meagre nmjority
I f f;;/oe vole in the Sienite and 19 in the
House Mr. Haywobd (Denmocrat.) Sena-
tor from North C'arolina, resigned before
the vote %%,is taken, and Messrs. C(ampron
and Slur--eon (Dem.) of Pennsylvauia, and
Mr. Niles oP' v->nnctticut. odied a.ainst it,
while Mr. .Tarnitaz;-n, (\Vhiig) oi" Tennessee
v --otedl, bY itustructon, l" i -h. e hope sin-
cerelk ihnt all will be well ill the resnts arisin-z
f'rolll' he p 'lS;'ja e of this'bill., but we m ust
conless our lear's as to the consequences.-
Not only is the principle of" ruolehtf on retain-
ed therein, but there is kreat reason to be-
lieve that it will lair to raise sumicint reruniir
for the purpose of government, during lithe
pi esent difficullies wMith Mexico. Wewould
rather hVPhad the bill delayed until the
war was ended, uhen the time would have
been no,-re au.spicious for the experiment of
a new Tariff bill, and ihen less danger to
the commercial prosperity of the country
would have threatened, in case said experi-
ineut should not have ans%%dwed the hopes
of ius friends "
There are; moreover, some features con-
neeted with' the passage of the Bill, which
thich we cannot approve. The presence
of Cabinet Orffiet's on the floor of Congress
to influnce legislation-tll, "-whipping in"
by tlle goverument "'Organ" of refiraclory
Senalors rnd Reprosentatives-the urgent
and inflammatory appeals made to party
*pride and part" euthnsiasm--tlite denuncia-
tions as -. apostate" and traitors- of meti.
- acting nnd.-" the obligations o;" their solemn
I oa/olh, &c. &kc., .are all.-utpleasant. leniinis-
I ce ces ec,out e(.ctd uihi -the sulblci, 'while,


John W. Babcock,) Assumpsit sur. Attachment.
vs. Sum sworn to $319 25. Da-
Wm. H. Kelton, mages $t2000 00.
T'HE defendant and all others interested, are
hereby notified of the institution of the
above suit, commenced by attachment, issued
out of tbe County Court of Franklin County, in
the late Territory, now State oft Florida, return-
able to the May Term 1844-and that said suit4
has been by operation of law transferred to the
Circuit Court of said.County, in the Western Cir-
cuit, and, that-a declaration hath been filedcin
said cause,and they are hereby required to appear
and plead oi'the same on or before the December
Teim next, of said Circuit Court, orijudgement
by default will be.given against them. 4
WM. G. M. DAVIS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
* Aapalachicola, Aug. 18, 1846. 32-3m
l the Cirevit Court of tle Wes-
tern Ciriuit.
STATE OF FLORIDA, JACKSON COUNTY.
Benjamin Wynns and Caroline'
W. Wynns his wife, late Caro- :
line Watson, Administrators
of James W% on, deceased,
Complainants. '







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EMBROCA IO


Found at ]Last--A Sure Cure for
the Piles.
PHYSICIANS and Chemists have long been
anxious to discover a medicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases,-the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.
JACKSON'S PILE EMBROCATION not only stops
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub-
dues that intolerable itching, but effectually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whcse lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28, 1846. 13-4m




%^ACOUSTIC OIL! ^
1l\THE ONLY CURE E09 ^ '

FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, Pains, and the
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also,
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally- attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeous highly
.recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent
March 28 13-4m for Apalachicola.


r~i~rrrm~.a~51~a~l~~I~B~I~PnaYIIDII~


PAINTS AND OILS-50 kegs No I White
Lead; 200 galls.Winter Lamp Oil; 300 galls a
Linseed Oil; 50 bxs assorted Glass; 500 Ibs Put-
ty; 100 assorted Paint Brushes;' Black Lead,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Green Paint, just /"`
received and for sale by .
March 1 H. F. ABLL. -
Spring Goods. .
TUST arrived per brig Metamora-'
O Rich Fancy Prints-English and American,
New style and very superior Ginghams,
China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,
Ladies'Fancy Dresses, in pattern,
8-10 and 12-4 Musquito Lace Netting-double
and single.
50 pcs plaid and white corded do do.
Ladies' fancy Sun Shades and Parasols,
Rich Ivory and Paper Fans,
Figured Muslins, Balzarines and other styles of
Goods, for Spring Dresses.
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskins and Gaiters,
Do black and colored Kid Slippers and Ties,
Florence, Leghorn, Open-work and Dunslable
Straw Bpnnetls,
Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jackotnet
Muslins.
Besides many other articles which the subscriber
intend.! to sell very low.
March 28 F. KOPMAN.
Iron, Nails, &c.
HE subscribers have on hand and for sale,
T wholesale and retail, low for Cash-
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs assorted Nails,
50 kegs Spikes, Wrought and Cut,
Sheitand Boiler Iron,
Hollow Ware, a general assortment, "
Sugar and Coldren Kettles, '
Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware,
Britannia and Jappand Wares, Brass Andirons,
Fire Dogs. Shorels and Tongs,
Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Boxes,
Marlin Spnn Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Pitch, Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar, Rosin,
Turpentine, Sperm and Linseed Oil,
Paints and Bru-a3ts, Rigging and Pump Leather, .
Matts, Pumps and Buckets, .-
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
- March 14 ROBERTS. ALLEN..& CO.
Iron, Nails, &c.
0"| TONS Swede Iron, assorted size,
24.,_ 100 kegs; Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities,.
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils,
20 English and American Vises'
20 Bellows,
12 dozen Spades and Shovels,
10 Collin's Axes,
.O bxs Cotton and WVoolen Cards, .
I case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws, t
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel. for sale by [
IVNI. G. PORTER & Co..
Nov 29 41 Water street.


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Lumber. j,
JUST received 50,.00 feet Yellovw Pine. am-
ber, assorted qualities. Also, on hand qE.,000
feet White Pine, assorted from j to 2 inch Which.
will be'sold low 110r the cash, by '
.. PETER HOB' RT.
No,-LumbePr will be delivered from the' yard;.
after this date iunless paid for, or a written order,
from a responsible person. March 2-''
Baggiug aud Rope.
1 "H PCS Kentucky Bagging, [
100 100 coils Rope; 30 pcs Hessians,
.' o 4 bales Baging Twine, for sale by
"*'.( *) [ WM: G. PORTER & Co.
Nov *2 .D41 Water street.
Havana Segar4.
50 000 BEST Havana Segars, for sale
tUW U by WOOD & Co,
April 4 32 Wa~ter st,


______________ %. .t"_ *\

Drugs and Iiedicimese
0 THE subscriber has, and will .
constantly have, on hand, a complete t;e
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI- !
CINES, which he will warrant pure',
and of. the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find it *
to their advantage to call, examine and price hiis'
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere. .
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with:
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night,
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Comrmerce sts.


succeeded so well that as soon as the curtain
fell, about nil'ty ijiividuail;S, of all ages, forth-
with tinunlted the benche-s. from the smooth-
chinned Adonis of 18, to the sleek, portly,
self-confident widower of 50, and the ema-
ciated bachelor of 60, dressed in uniform,
accordingg to orders, in the gayest style, and
%"ith the utmost nicety, to make the deep-
er impression on the heart of the fair prize.
Hih. swelled their bosoms with hope, as
witii studied action, the handkerchief was
florisihedil 11nd the glass was raised to the
eye. But who shall, paint the astonishment,
,i.-may, and rage, which were, depicted in
every'ountenanice as they gazed upon each
other~and discovered the sudden failure of
all their hopes ? With almost incredible
velocity they descended from their unenvi-
able attitudes to hide their diminished
heads" among the crowd.

IM %Tr, IMON I\L-AA CAPITAL STORY.--The
cal.[:,in ( o- a ship had laid in a basket of
claret for his own table. After being some
time at sea, as he was overhauling his cabin
stie-,.b he thought more bottles were mis-
sing than he could remember of having
used. -While rflecting upon the subject,
the idea occiiire, to ,him that probably the
ca5in boy was the cause of the deficiency.
To ascertain the truth of his suspicion, he
concealed himself in a state room, and wai-
ti., until the time for preparing dinner.-
The boy soou came in, and having arranged
the table, went to the basket, took out a
bottle, and said, "Jean von Dorsten, born in
Rotterdam, intends marriage with Miss
Roin..i Claret, born in Burgundy. Notice
is hereby given for the first, second and
ilhird times; if no man appears to forbid the
bans, the ceremony will immediately take
place." The roguish" fellow thereupon
placed the bottle to his mouth, draned it, and
cast it out of the window. The captain
said iiothiih.z, but after dinner went upon
deck, provided himself with a good rope's
end, and called the boy to him. "Jean,"
said he, I've got something interesting to
tell: I'm going to have yuo married."-'
S-o." ejaculated Jean, casting an anxious
glance at tie rope's end have me married,
captain?" "1Yes. Know listen and see that
it is done according to law." The captain
elevated his voice so as to be heard all over
the ship and cried,", "Now all men that
Jean 'von Dorsten, born in Rotterdam, in-
tend marriage with Miss Barbara Ropes,
born in Russia. Notice for the first, se-
cond, and third times; and if no man ap-
pears to forbid the bans, the ceremony will
immediately take place." Hereupon the
jolly sailor raised his arm to perform this
interesting ceremony, but before it descen-
ded, Jean proclaimed, in a loud voice, "I
forbid the bans." "What you rascal,"
said the captain, didyou not drink my
claret ?" "Yes; but if you know it you also
know that I did it all according to law. If
you had forbidden the bans as I do now, I
should not have touched it." The captain
could not repress a hearty laugh. At length
he answered, This time I'll, let you go,
but remember, if you ever cast your eyes
on Miss Claret again you shall be wedded
*to Miss Ropes in such a style that you'll not
forget the ceremony till your dying day.
[Lynn Nevs.


Slm nitcator Noticcs.


>


Jackson Circuit Court.
SPRING TERM, 1846.
The Farmers' BankWof Virginia, "]
Compl't. |
vs. / In Chancery.
Thomas M. White, Adm'r, &c. |
et. al. Defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
Robert W. Williams, one of the defendants,
resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore
ordered that said defendant appear and answer the
said complainant's bill of complaint, within four
months from the date of the first publication of
this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill
of complaint shall be taken as against the said
Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, accor-
ding to the form of the Statute in such case made
and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy
of this order be published in some newspaper
printed and published once a week for four months.
Dated this eight day of May, A. D. 1846.
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.
A true extract from the minutes of the Court.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
C. H. DuPoNT, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1846. may30 22-4m


Administrator's Notice.
FRANKLIN C OUNTY--FLORIIDA.
A L persons indebted to the estate of Samuel
Simpson, deceased, late of this count',
may expect legal steps taken to obtain payment.
And all persons having demands against said es-
tate will present them wffhout delay. For that
all debts and demands of whatever nature against
said estate which shall not be exhibited within
two years, shall forever afterward be barred.
THOS. ORMAN, Adm'r de bonis non,
Of the estate of Samuel Simpson, dee'd.
Apalachicola, July 28, 1846. 29-2m.


[From tie PhIil d e'l-ta i',a.,rth Apeiaic n.]
ITTU f,[TTE.
Pernns?\lvaiiia has- fallen, andI the final a I A
fat,,I~ xt,-, ,,.1 jiv\..-'n her it- |Ihp S'l: alf H house
w.,s inflir"ed1) N, tile hand o!' ti,- ree M. Dal-
s. Soh:,n, Hlie Aht l ieniari evcd edl |i: irricile
Iromi hils ode as ,; rmi'We lOo i.inilal It) be
poiljlc.. Eii hfr hIuiin-ci r m ie has ch-l :-
o- or M e -I r. D 1l;I's IS a I I I .il t ,'i, t. *n t,67.ili '.
Tilhe bIi:om n hi,.h lhor? hilII ii~i-CrfI1 him1
fi'rlom childihoi.,, t)i ,&se. lfo ter,', lhiii ;s .M o-
(i':-i5 loiter ilt eir feeble (iillreni--for the
past be-Irs no single i-ec i-I ot n service
done to lwiP-tlih[ hausom is bleeding under
tile woiun du h iieli lire lrIs uinlicti- From
dhi~ldho'l-~i;r liis p-r-Plt [it- w.'s her deb-_
it r-l.. lie r i; Ili- h,:.i ; .h -i- i ,,ett Le lierh's;
_t.vei ili o'fitc ,. li.i. is- lii-,II ti.-) lion -r lO m t
-,.he IIiiS o ciioCl'l^-i i'Pi. ; n!, n\, h,:r d.|ppen-
d!:iiii. s)lie li.;s ..n Il his !ie le^-.ss m ore
hllan she lh;i^ i:it (t to ilip ;ib!e-t of her
Child en. .-n l-Ire is h,:r i -, l. T le
|,lititi' l ilh inry (I' ilhi w .il, I ha-: o I-,arrial-
lel for 1" !, such t ,,t i!r,.' i .,i ii iidfli a i, crue, -
Iy. FN i.B t il t! fi l n ilille ou!" I l- |ia Scilo i,
olir, equ:ill>-id Liy its l''i!!y. [-Ile i is ;old.and
hefraq e, li-i ; bI t 10h:11 lias Ile n on y tilhe

Hit.' vote hli riint-d !]i.- i:,iive SSime.-
W lial m n n I I-r.,iunLi I;i .:i erl-d hill n of
.a'in hler ,ii,.I illhi -i i "_v, llini ell T o
hia e resctleil her nilii.-i]sf I'roln iie desola-
tion lhit innt-c(ed thrl-l. .)t lime %indlicated
their cni dIn,.le i t- and. rf-ji,'_ i,-., ti r Kir I indness
it \\ ,is :in oi-)',ortui-ii I, N hlir-'h a Irile hle.i I
wonil,.I Ihte illour ht [ihe [ I li-ii e rnl a il' a
cheap p I)p clit .--: H e ie:.:i dlt(. i i e illp .hnnr
,of hi.li ' dtity, .-riltil l'. pri'i |ii_l nJ,_ lioijor in a
lot ho suiit til ','h-ei. Ile did 4l o; and
f'f0 1 hIill i.iod aw -il ,.- inl ci y ..lid soli-
t Ii(e %li h vwa l olo *icc' ii- i:. will rise up
;T.;aiisti Lini. Not I'fom the ii nice comee ; l- ii iltihe i ii-r Iri linte b weI ls of
fhieE; ilh, hle dtisk-!jro[li arliizrin at his
SI,-uchl tile .lilrt- k, I bu i .Iloir-r, %%ill all ar-
i-i'-'n him:i : ari lhowu ,%t ill alin.ii er ? They
iave lii lp l._,_, Ilor Ii(-, T nilf ,_*f '4-2. repea-
ted ;In iilitle,.l [iilnes. ill I lulir ipre -Enrce, aild
Ie- vPr delle14id. lit % Ihl t : ,nc i.I lhe :i.i)iri'nt
c;lre lor WoltI- ojf wli<.ionf o ; hi o i > % illing to
wair'nipo<1n lIn, Iio ir.-l-,.:,id "Ild it; inin:iies- to
"b -eIr;iN ;-il6 I-1.,ir I'l tiii -s, |.;li nii lm d bro-
Ihers ? But it is, %%s uh'rir toI h '-i, d.\s is a
lri'iter cri'in e- an rf.:it,,Iin ti i id1 l]is par-
I V-. Tile Vlcie of MIi. ,al[;as :ic('i.11-n s the
] "elnocicitie delt-sil ion Iri',in Peni-\]itira.
(_'l:,rl<-? J.1 ri L,-'r..-, l iI ; iin ol e s I iC-i Ol. l '| ,n.>i-
tion Io lilt- Deihnci .li! I.lV. It pronoun,-
ce-.;, lilrT ij i.l l 'iii. C o ni-i'rol, liaiioif .. wliThey
cannoit. I.,e ri'..ht niiiess he i~. i l-.n -. It ac-
Cii lt e [i's. ai l thie: i, ny i.- lii State
uLil~nidelit. to )-hmlociocy. 11lthi-. be ture
to the leoi h_, lie 11.1-0 tr-- a tra toI- to them
nI to IlIh Si:Ile. O ne ]-'iiN or ,hl,-r is rer
crre. it. NlV hr.rever IIhI u eu .i,'I11: 6 rIT -t-, it ims one
ne? er to be 6,1-,r-iven.
Undler lih:it ple,i or |Iret,:.-t of' conscience
or dlv% ,r.,ii O. t Ihis otll ,e lin i? bt-i.ll com -
Mnilledl N h,?u \v:1; Mlr. D.illis ;i I'ree-trade
in. ? Ve kni, h liim n a\\ile p'o,.laimed
al'o-c'ae ol" tle Tr iiirt,'-- ibll d .id lie change,
and unulr\r \ I iiit ll)Iinen$. (r il'behas
chlinir ,.l., \ liv ha.s lie-(c.,cci lrd lii q views
Iromn lio.;'e %%hose s .Ir i'erave tiniihrn -ily gave
hill t [Ile jimwerto i,'l-' itI' ti tl.tr Il h treache-
ry1, aw.l iinclnies uilfh ruili No ';Lith sub-
lerfu,. can now nvIil. It is a ohrl-ily de-
liil-fdl ea't- ofl' lelibeIate, orfi'lid, ;sr-.lO h trea-
vli ry lo hi) |iriniici ;-s. his [i' ild-t ;Ill.]l his
State. lur, i l ln 111i t-, .n ittel lihe ;ibsurdi-
tl:-. oof Iree-t i.le Iha,.I tilten pcf se -.i,-,n of
hinl .,ill if' a 111n11t1- 1n e (in-' of IIlide,-ss to-
..-Maitls Ilk.- St S te hliad lihi,,_eivt in lin bosom,
hlis Senie e n ol ,1 ol1 d-.al' h 1.1 l0o1 P Iti.:.v-\ l iini.i
mi'-'lhl Ir eie b.1iei atuloidt.,!. le carinot be a
lbri"er I'i,-:-ti:i,'.l,? in-in ili.in M r. M -1.ywood,
uot inore of a Sonl hIon. nor les of" afree
S_'IL HIM n ); ; y'pt illA .all i he abomililllo.ons
o tllis bill, I[i' [-i ',uoo,.I ie;.r i>-,_l rather
tlhan ;. '11-- 11 l lieili. Mll. B enIon and
olh01i'? 'iflihe ulr1- ..'-1.i li 'i'll SchIoO.-.rilso de-
notinLced OIl' ili; a101 only voIted 6-o.r it from
a declnretl and .iolent aljhi,,rrence olfthe act
of'4-2. Mr. DAllas lhm, no s;uch prejudices
-no sl exchtemelnr-l-, was I here iio room
in his? mind fiir a s*cruj)l,:, lhnt might save
lhis .Sl.ile .' None! Let tlhe liuilhl b told.
A inad desire lor Ihe Prcrit-' eiicy |)i_,s>.e<-ee
it, and drove- eicery lIi,-.ic" I'eeliir. our. He
t nr nl-fi kitl h il sel'(,f o ,-' ID hl e S o ,.ititl :,r a no-
iniariioii. AI i-, for G,,,r-,rL' 31. 1-)alias!-
He has '.-olf'l "(lihe vaisi spjLe of his honors,"
ancl w,-n --ii bt~ilJbjle. Tlic inen ulf the South
d.o nult di'ealn of liis IJi~ilninihcliili. He has
Ibepn deceivedj liy, a tri...l tha.-t lh-ould not
h't\'e b'linledl a driveller. Thi-y IM,11 laugh
ht liis- creilullii,, andl ,ilr'?|ii'e lhis~ heartless
an,: irhul in ii lie:]- turn i like tlhe y,\,\ jI'riI ,;i'' thei El il one i~n
his contia,'iils into tile dtl_ti anl r,.;!l>?s in his
sr~ilip. An~lwhien h,?'tur'ns, in hli- humilia-
tion to his li,:,uire-lhe Mill lindlit lhis home
no longer. He uill stuiiljble ii\,:i" ruinS
hich. lhie has na,.le ; tin,! insipa,.l! of the
Taiiln'suiij silns ril Iliss door in "4-!. Ii.; will
hecar ilhe w~ails nnrl cuii'$es OI"thp honest, and
indus.triousl- poor \hnii, lhe, in li\-, l',il.-c and


feebh.'-spiritell ;onl'iliou, has belimeil and
beg.z;1red. I- tis, \iol,-liu,, of |l'li ili.l:d troth
to the farici. Ills instllsiii ,) oplr,-liiti, to the
Peunsylvlnia Ileolia d,-. hIs I:,.ir, i t,:ed de-
sprtion of all ilie p,'ierilples l itriu lre avowI~t -
ed I.,N him, his si-lf-L,n'lucted s~le to the
slave-'drive-rs of tihe Solil Is I -; I li[ tiiudl
to his benr-ftciors, and hi.,l criiltv i t hile lIi-
boring i:oor-- re a -i)l,.l I iliouhl sink a inotii]-
m in.- H e %,,v ; % : i.% i- -, r-'l I.,. lhi-v.
uhl i 'e- r .is '.4rel liis I'nne miole s incpi !\ than
ihe lian-o% ners %%ho Iiimnperei wiih him--
and lim fallen. H e %ill! ii,.I :.I rr:l'uge in
obsclrili-- l)iit % ill cic hai ini ll Iby liisres
even there.

FLOI.rEISHING A HANDKI;P.CHIFF FOR A
'Witr.-In sorne pirts of Europe it is not.
i inLU Ull I-) brini- abhut nivl'rimunirli3l en-a2.e-
inents y inb ll o -3 'adlieriseni-riji.,. Some
years igo it wa-s i,2r'eed inI;i ga y party of
'Indies andl ieiil,.-mn-u in Loindoni, Lhat an
adve!'.i'einem-nt shionlil be inseited in ainoiu-
in pa i>per, as I'f'on0 a Noliii'1 laily, rich aild
beaniil'nl h Ih fell inclined I to ilee sin(e ol
niall' lOUV. In the CULII'Se olf ile day let-
ters were received I'ron Ibetween fii'iv andil
sixtv' swain.1-& f all d scripiions, iin itply to
caih of wholn -il an Ds\er wv,-is a'.lces.sed,
slating thalit tilhe F6 ished, ietious to his
I)eiLu s i,- ili'odicedi Io her, to see him, at ihe
s1m11 limne requisln; eachi 10 Ito ho in the piL
of (lie Drurv Laue Thi-ate ou th lolliviny
evening, dir ,skLd iu n blue coat, \\lhile pan;
laloons and.] a se'arl:l1 test, nud i:-in,:diately
on ihe conclu.,Jun of tlie first act to stand
upon tile beaches, tlourish a white li.ehid-
Lerc'hief in one lhainl, and apI|lv a 2,hiss to
the ri' lit eye wilh tile olher. Ev,?ry I.tih ig


FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bit-
ious and nervous Headache, Constipalion,
Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
I Nov, 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


Balsam of FLiverwort,
REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consumption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptoms,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIV'RWORT, which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment;
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Docto?
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the conclusive ptoofsO
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and'
We advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
-- Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLO-R
BALSAM OF LivERWORT, has On the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, 6 it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21,'848,. 12-ly


Warrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
in a few days-no confine-
ff~y J & %BIment or restriction in diet,
is necessary. It will be
found invaluablebeing pre-
pared with the greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, funded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
I that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


NOTICE,-Six months after publication of
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for
a final settlement of the administration of the
estate of William Bryan, deceased, late of said
county. ELIJAH BRYAN,
June 30, 1846. 25-6m Administrator.


T AKE NOTICE-Thirty days after the publi-
cation of this notice, I shall apply to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for the County of Frank-
lin, for the appointment of Commissioners total-
lot and sell off the dower of the undersigned in
the estate of Ebenezer J. Wood deceased, late of
the county of Franklin.
M. A. WOOD.
Apalachicola, June 23, 1846. 23-1m


Fraanklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.


NOTICE-All persons having claims against
John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed bylaw,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco-
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLISON, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, June 4, 1846. 23-2m


Mary Ann Rouen,)
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen. S
T appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Florida. It is ordered that publication be made
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the
space of four months, of the institution of this
suit, requiring him. to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before the first day of October next,
or the same will be taken as confessed against
him, and such further order made in the premises
as to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
May 16, 1846. 20-4m


NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate of Franklin County
for letters of administration upon the estate of
Joseph C. Burdsall, late of said county, deceased.
Said Judge, having ordered, that additional
bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1st of
July next, in default therein, his letters will be
revoked.
THOMAS ORMAN.
Apalachicola, June 6, 1S46. 23-rt


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
HTEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
Il and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT"S EFFERESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of indigestion, Bilious
and Liver Complai ns, Nervous Weakness, -a'd-
ache, Heartr, urn, habitual Costivenesse..
Travellers and residents in warm clitniles will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Chib.ren
have frequent occasion lor gentle and cooling
purgatives; ihey will take this aperient in,pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &"


AT CHAMBERS, MARcH 28, 1846.
Circuit Court Franklin County.
Hezekiah Nash, }
vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford.
W HEREAS, a petition has been this day filed
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
household furniture, made and executed in Deca-
tur county, Georgia, on the 28th (lay of August,
1844; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
reside beyond the limits of the State of Florida:
It is ordered that said defendants do appear and
file their objections, if they have any, within 15
days before the first day of the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
taken pro confesso; provided that due publica-
tion of this order be made in the Commercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
April 18, 1846. 16-2m


N OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
BENJ. ELLISON, Agent.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m


NOTICE-After six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Judge of
Probate, for Franklin county, to be discharged
from the administration of the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
BEN. F. NOURSE,
March 28, 1S46. Adm'r. de bonis non.
N OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of executor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.


Drugs, Mledicines, &e. r
A LARGE and fresh supply of Drugs, Medi-
- cines, &c. consisting in part of the tfl[ w-
ing articles :-50 doz Castor Oil, qts, pts, andl~f
pts; 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; 10 bxs Olive qjl;
40 kegs Epsom Salts; 10 bbls Coppers,;-_0 lbs
Gum Opium; 20 \bs Sulphate Quinine,100 doz
London Mustard; Herbs of all kinds; 20 lbs
Nutmegs; 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Syrup ;
10 kegs Pearlash ; 2 gross Seidletz and Soda
Powders; 20 Ibs English Calomel; 20 doz Spts
Turpentine. and a general assortment of alTarti-
cles in the Drug line, for Country 'MerchInts,
Planters and Physicians. For sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


E. B. WHITMARSH.
8-6m


Feb 21,1846.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,
I shall expose for sale, before the Court
House door in the county of Calhoun, on the first
Monday in November next, the following pro-
perty, or so much thereof as will pay the State
tax due on the same for the year 1845:-The S
W I section 33, township 3, range 1, joining the
town of Iola on the wvest, and the Apalachicola
River on the east, purporting to belong to H. V.
Snell. Alo, W J, S E I section 14, township 1,
range 8, N and W; N E I section 23, township 1,
range 8, N and W; fractional section 24, ditto
36, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M.
Bush, joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the
Apalachicola River. Also, 40 acres land purport-
ing to belong to James Hudson, joining James
Nail's land and the Armona, No. not known.
Also, 86 acres land, purporting to belong to P. Mc-
Cormick, joining Sarah Nall's and the Armona,
No. not known. Also, the land, purporting to
belong to the Apalachicola Land Company, lyin7-
in the county of Calhoun, bounded east by the'
Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
known as Bird's Island, and part of Forbes' Pur-
chase. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
May 30, 1846. 23-6m


AT CHAMBERS, MARCH 16, 1846.
Franklin Circuit Court.


I


IN CHANCERY.
Alphonse Loubat,
VS.
George W. Harrison and Marga-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Raney and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Hawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. 9 and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, ? 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
verty, James S. Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachicola.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
Crumby and --- Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper; Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and James Brown.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the above named defendants do not reside
within the State of Florida, but within the
United State?; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
lication be n:,de in the Commercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the-space of four months, of the
institution of said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
before the expiration of that time, or said bill
will be taken as confessed against them and such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy-Teste.)
WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk.
March 20, 1846-12-4m ,.


Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks Ior Letler Press.
Blank Bills ol Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABELL.


Cabinet Work Shop.
. THE subscriber is now in readiness
to manufacture new, or repair old,
Furniture, with promptness and de-
spatch, and solicits the patronage of his old (pay-
ing) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
PETER HOBART.
(eci- Shop in third story of Brick Building, cor-
ner Chestnut and Water sts. Nov 8.


Dir Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable' stock of Dry Goods, consisting -in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloth$,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs.
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs, -
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gentsaif-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted V-stings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates,,and
are now offered at wholesale, or retail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov. 29, 1845. 41 Water street..


Wasitington County.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
WILL be sold on the second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door,' at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
perty, to wit :
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Holme's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
-- Blackstone, anad to be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector.
March 28, 1846. 13-6m


Franklin Circiil Comrh.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Benjamin M. Griffin,) +
vs. Foreclosure, of Mortgage.
James Y. Smith.
r"HE defendant and all others are hereby noti-
fied that the petition to foreclose a mortgage
of the defendant on his interest in the steam boat
Albany, has this day been filed in the office of
the Clerk of said Court, and that judgment will
be prayed for at the next fall term of said Court.
A. G. SEMMES,
June 11, 1846. '*-1- !mn Att'y for Pertioner.


Stnte Tax Collector's Sale.
FI-RSr MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1846.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the town of Marianna, Jackson county,
Florida, on the first' Monday in December next,
the following property, or so much thereof as will
pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for
the year 1845:
320 acres 2d rate land-Nos. not known-pur-
porting to belong to Coonell & Mills.
80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to John
Davis
120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate
of Levin Brown, and adjoining the 16th section
at Brown's Ferry.
320 acres of 2d rate land belonging to the estate
of William Banks.
327 acres of 1st rate land belonging to David
Gertman.
320 acres of 2d rate land; belonging to Mal-
chomb Gilchrist.
160 acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry
Hannan.
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to James
Montfort.
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washing-
ton M ayo '.'
160 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Henry
& Dudly Peoples.,
40 acres of 3d rate land belonging, to Wiley
Stewart...
80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to'G. G.
Windham.
160 acres of 1st rate land belonging to John
H. Wilson.
SAMUEL STEVENS, Sheriff and
ex-officio Tax C ,iilctr Jack.,on County.
Per JoHN- T. MYRICK, Deputy.
Marianna, June 1, 1846. 24-ts

Coffee.
175 C BAGS Rio C,0,fi7 latlding from brig Vir-
170 / ginia, for sale by
April 18 J. DAY & Co.


Jackson Circuit Court.
HughSpears, Petition for Foieclosure of
Robert W. Mortgage. -
T HE defendant will take notice that at the
Fall Term, 1846,, of the Circuit Court, for
Jackson C..,nnytN, I will apply to 'the said Court
fqr a judgment of foreclosure, of a certain mort-
gage executed by him to the plaintiff, on the 1st
of January 1845, on two slaves named Allen and
Beny. A. H. BUSH,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Marianna, July 13, 1846 28-4rn.


Four copies. of any or all of the above works
will be sent to one address on payment of the re-
C,_,lar :subscription for three-the fourth copy
being gratis.
*,9 Remittances .,,.m c,:.,iii cni:jti.;in must be
m ad,- in 1 all v:,:,'_s r. hl t ,: \[.i_,-.-- t.:, tliv publish-
ei s- -:" i.c.i r11 iii.,y always be done through a
Post-master. by handing him the amount to be
remitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the
receipt by mail, .Post-paid ; or the money may
be enclosed in a letter, Post-Paid, directed to
the publishers.
N. B.-The Postage on all these Periodicals
is reduced by the late Post-Office law, to about
on, th,;rd t7., former rates, making a very impor-
ardt -.a niI,.- in the -expense to mail subscribers.
r, 1Ib all -the ji,;in ril -cities and towns
,ifg*Jliut the United States to which there is a
,ilii,,. cl Ril-Road or Water communication from
the city of J'New- York, -these periodicals will be
.Id;,,,trd FREE OF POSTAGE.
LEONARD, SCOTT, & Co., Piishe,'s.
June 13. 24-6m 112 Fulton St.. No,%-Y,,rk.
F ,C LG ER'S i o.,:,i['.. 1!,0,-.r .\AIt H, B..,!,ig Bhl'tr,
for Consumption, A;1[11,,,-,1 0 ,,i'-._;5. Liver
Complaint, and .-Ill diseases of the throat and
1,, .'-. ..r sale by < .
April 11 H. F. ARELL.


0 HHDS. St. Croix Sugar, ,
20 do' New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
4 cases Hyson Tea,
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacao,
50 Mctfgd ,do. Brown's and Labby's,
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bss brown Soap,
100 bags Shot;, 50 kegs Powder,
2000 lbs Lead; 4 casks Linseed .Oil,
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by W. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov 29 41 Water street.


To Printers.
TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' FUR-
NISHING WAREHOUSE.
T HE subscribers have opened a new Type
Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kind of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
G.-ill.. Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
('.-,r-;.i:,i,,r^ Sticks, Chases, and every'article, ne-
eessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials.
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
English letters, are cast in new Moulds, from an
entirely new set of ?'.irl'-vr_ with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsuipassed by any, and will
be sold to suit the times. All the type ffirnished
by us is hand cast." .The types from any foun-
dry can br_. i!,.,r.:,:.i :t this establishment.
P,';ptlc. : it .r _ s |iir,,ili,.-..:,!sb.'i Steam Engines
of the most approve.] I "dthtr+n-;.
Composition i'x:,l,.r; ,'ast for Printers.
COCKKfOct r OVEREND,
Dec. 13, 1845. ly 68 Ann-st., New-York.
O-l C'Ou lf -lbn i antinn1.
Hl' subscriber has received from the
_iI' i',,Iiiiilri,?ti.i ; I' -i i.,.,tiful lot
of Paper Hangings, F,:.,I'fIal dani. L.-rr.-r Paper,
Day Books, Journals ir.d Legcr.'. Bihk;,, Prayer
Books, etc., which-he oqf[rs very low.
Feb 7 F. KOPMAN;


Bagging and Rope.
A K[-\ PCS. very heavy Louisville, Man &'
450U Co. Bagging; 300 coils Bale Rope,
for sale by
March I J. DAY & Co.


Saddlery for Sale at Cost and
Charges. :
H- AVING on hand an assortment of Saddles,
Bt idles, &c.-&c I will, dispose of therrm as
ab ov e for cash -
On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will
be sold for cash.
March 28 P. HOBART
Drugs, Medicines & Clievnicals.
A NOTHER 'supply ,of fresh Drugs just re-
:2"1 Ceived by Brig Republic, wliicb make.i my
assortmient comnilete. and of tlw best quality.
: : .*.. r :,J. C. ALLEN.
N. B. My Store will be kept open the entire
Summer. All orders thankfully received, prompt-
ly attended to and correctly put up. -
M ay 6 = ... r ''


'.
' ill


T U ST ni',:. v.-d.1 ,..r lrz;.-. [j..'i, ff.iii iN V rl',-
_,. ,,, k.-.- N.,. 1 and 2 Lead';' 100 gals. boiled
Lio,-V_(--) ,il;: 500 lbs. Putty; 20 boxes 8 by 10
and 10 by 12 Glass;,20 doz. pints Congress Si';i,._
Water; 100 lbs fresh Tamjri ri,; Gum and 0\get
Syrups, for sale by I. "
May 16. H. F. ABELL.
(CHOOL BOOKS :.,[' tlih .t,-_.t a,:l ,,stl n -
S proved style, a general assortment-. For
-;,le by [augll] J. C. ALLEN.


A


TLEgal 0oticts.


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AND
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: August 18, 1846
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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SDAY, AUGUST 18 1846
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1e ERCIAL ADVERTISER, I nun nr u w rrctoc!?, '
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TUESDAY BY I ::: :::= =- =:::= -::::'-=:-=-- --- charged the glitterng CIVIL \V ARF ARE. .

:, rU.1.tSUED T.\"ERY 1'[ AN.If. James Gibson, ------- -- [From the Louisville Journal. i squadrons of Murat's cavalry : and there I In looking over a file of old) papers, a few '
L."r T FAMILY: SYDNEY GREEN ]1. D ] is Mount Tabor-the
" J. GROCERIES, READY MADE\ I DEARLY same on which Bonaparte days since, a friend of our's discovered the .
LOVE ONE
DAVIS, Editor. CLOTHES, PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY, (JCJ- May be found at his residence, corner of LITTLE SPOT.I stood with his cannon, and the same following advertisement and tart set-off, and' .
lU.
r I G. AND GLASS. Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion L Louse. dearly lI'art-love'rings one little round snotMy it cling beautiful plain where rolled the smoke of h handed them to us that they might be .
Corner
. na1tzf'n'* Building?, corner of Che nut and Commerce sts. h Nov 8. 'Ti mingled with the memories, tattle, and struggled thirty thousand men brought before the "
. ... Third Slory CCH:: Painting and done public eye" again.- .
; Glazing with i in
neatness mortal
1.11ce, nod Chestnut streets. I Of heri h'd combat. But how different is the The
and many a (; & thing- wife, it will be has the
Commerce dispatch, at moderate prices for Dr. A. \Y. Chapman seen, best of
cash. ,
Of when
days all that
the world seem'd bright scene is passing there The Son ot the Her '
T1ItMS.Do11ar 1: Thomas: II. Austin, (ccr Olfice over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawlcy, And heautiful and pay- God stands on that height and his reader.argument. epistle will amuse the
annum, casts -Little
per Alas eye Georgian.
that all
entrance Chestnut street. childhood's
It'fJos! COMMISSION ( on ) Residence at the my dreams
''CBoC1l' a\h'.cri., or 3 3Q jf paid: within sixpaid MERCHANT house lately occupied by Dr. Ealtxell. Should thus have pass'd away! over the quiet valley through which Jordan -
;.11 1 1'1 thereafter. Water :Street: winds its silver current. Three friends N
If) if January 10 are OTICF.-Whereas wife
:' 1SJG. 2-tfIff. my Catharine
,or' r less term I than siv: I dearly love that little beside! him.
spot,
have
They walked !
Thoran
t.t :Apalachicola Fa. has this
together
left bed
? up day and
.
fll b'CflfltJon invlrUblv be char ..d for And even now it lies, my board
the
) 'i1 n! --- E. t toilsome
-: --- Owens and the
*' four
way now stand without
,u.-4nJ: ; WH, be discontinued. until B. S. A sunny speck amid the gloom, any just cause or provication-this
1 11bt'1r! ni- \,. ''I\'JUf lliJ.; unlew I at the I option of theqtirP1 1 FACTOR AND COMMISSION: Hawlcy! ATTORNEY AT LAW Before my dreaming eyes! mere specks on the distant summit. But I is, therefore, to forbid any person harboring
r t"| i MERCHANT, CLAYTON Bal Oh vividly the time t the glorious landscape their
Cr. Water and Chestnut bonr County, Alabama. comes back at feet is "for or trusting heron my account,as 1 will
o i lur One (twelve 1 1 lines, streets, When there we often met- gotten in a sublimer that pay
is debts
Ia 'flVT April 1 April 20, IS 10. 2-tf scene. passing no hereafter of her
contracting.
And
'UI. Apalarhicola Fa. are they who
at titrate of One: Dol- gone. met me there 7 before them. The of
. ;,.\ with. t>M"-rtod 1 hear their>oices yet! son l\Iar-the carpenter JEDEDIAI1 THORAN.
Cents for cvciy/ sub>ei 1.Fifty I.! I). UUGBKE. REMOVAl of Nazareth-the
, ,'I i tnI'fir..t, a30tt ll'VRGK.OVK' HOWARD wanderer with Mobile Co., Ala., Sept. 22T1829.
,?1Ia.'t111:1.! : nu :)CC 6.'t; J fu"d W. G. OT. Davis, J dearly love that little spot, whom they have ate and drank and travelled -
jv the var:: a And the
eI IIj411 ;*I' ifc,\"i'l mid'-3'h..rti) ; tll tl ? *;! > iberilC: O !M MIS SIO N AND F O R W A R DING ATTORNEY AT LAW, When* I was sweet wont fountain to bathe near my, brow on foot of many a weary league, in all the intimacy To kim PUBLIC.-Having long since determined

.;'*t P :! to"hrir own !business;:, as well M i KUCHA: NTS CG Office in Flojd's new Ijnildin.: opposite Within ils branches clear; companions and friends, began to to quit my present husband, Jede-
,r1'o.\rtaillin! a1\'t>rtis'menti! *nt in by them, will Nn. 7, Columbus; IlocNov. !\, t the Mansion House. Dec 13, 1 lM-r! And loved to fancy that my lot change before their eyes. Over his soiled diah Thorau, I this day acted in accordance
1al' I, 1S45:; Would be like that still pool, and coarse garments is spread to resolution
a
and
r the iKul rate Apalddiiroh, Fa. That amid strange my left him, as I trust for-
at lay the forest
bf cbar."i: must be paid ford A. G. Sciiimcs, trees light l steadily: brightening intenser .
.1IIe.ll advertisements Hidden, and calm and cool beau- ever, unless Heaven in its wrath con-
.1. Iff. A J. I7. HuH! ATTORNEY t till that form may
d AT LAW. tt ty glows with such splendor demn me to his in another
d ad\' "re c.to" DaUr! will be charged for announc- 'ACTORS; & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS: I, Ct3OJJlce, .i't"). 2! Copt. Simmon's Building, I learned to love a gentle girl t that it seems to waver to and fro and dissolve I don't mean in another company of the United state-Statesnor
T ; offirp.( No. cor. of Centre &; Commerce streets.Apalachicola Down by that fountain's :side ; in the still radiance.
fr 18 Water The three in
street
raniiJ.ttes astonished a holy state for
in such
tn" from a (1 ;:t ance must novf! Fla.ATTORNEY Ah memories cf my heart's first life a state I
A11 jvtirtiflfltS: Nov., I'\M.; Come friends gaze: in breathless admiration never lived-but in
j.be the cash, or city refercnce APAI___ \CIIICOLA, FA.David o'er me like a tide a hereafter state. My
e al:1m\3ic.i: : } with ---------- u J. Law, Mv days have been full sad since then, l and then turn to that familiar f,1ce.- husband threatened to advertise me if I left

:s II)ios1rl'in t"tion._ _ _ _ _.__ _'= G. lUIC" AT LAW Hut in despite of care, But lo a greater change has passed over him, and I presume he will not leave this
I -. -= t OMM1S1OX&VA: I:I JJIX) (; :MERCHANT Within my heart her image rests, i it. The man has put on the God, and that threat
.' -- AND DEALER Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga. Fresh as that fountain there unaccomplished, and therefore make
!
I.iOODS;
Directory!? : sad and
Business; .,.-'" solemn f face that has been so often this statement, that the
No. Water: {ei(C- Will attend( the -*. public may be furnished -
punctually
> -
-Iret Courts
t.
.- :: ::: Superior sBATTLE the
couch
nI. : : Nov 5. of the counties) of Early, Baker and : : over t of the dying, and with both sides of the question at the:
Eugene: W. Iv Dec.iture cf j,1thtt11antotw.:
John :\Iunn. ;; Rogers.as. Apilachicola, Fa. the door
(b$11pril; >.S l Roer % the' South Western, and of the county Thomas entering of the hut of poverty, in same time, and be thereby able to judge between
< Rogers fc Co., .Fl'uu { -- -- ---- --- ------- -- : t the streets of Jerusalem and
)
: : of the Southern Circuit. : by the weary us. My reputation is dear tome
Jjy OF very
o O DI1SSI0 :.MEUCIIANTS. WJIOI.WI.Kxn RETAIL PKM..ER IV: MOUNT TABOR wayside-aye, bedewed with the tears of inasmuch as it cost me a deal of
l Water strl'et, SHOES,DRY GOODS. Jolia Bilbo, NAPOLEON'S CAMPAIGN IN pity, now burns like the great
. CrOTIIIXG, I HATS, & EGYPT. sun in mid-day trouble to get what little I am possessed of.
7. isis';. Apalachicob. Fa. Cheap for Ca.;Ji, ATTORNEY AT LAW fly J. T. IIHADLEV. splendor. Meekness has given Irhe l bouse It A .
way to ma- took wf% *% n A* m A
I! :__ __ .. welA.
oct Che ALBANY GA. .u -- -
S. DaY191)OI'l, ---- -:'-:tnl1fStrectpalachicola-- -- .----- -,- ---- ,.Fla.. TT7ILL Foriy-scvcn years ago this month, a t form JtSIJ-sauness iu iiazziuxig gmrv-me look first married he had told me so many stories
--
---- in the
FJRW.\RDIXG: ( .\ NI f) COMMISSIONMFRC1I.NI' : .:. C. Aa u.. V' \ Smith-Western practice Circuit several, and Courts Thomas of the was seen standing on Mount Tabor, with I of pity to (the grandeur of a God. The still about that I thought it had at least three

\\Iio't'1e'and! J Retdil: iv.njrr! ;in Stewait counties and which the world has since become familiar. radiance: of Heaven sits on that serene brow, stories, and it all was a mere story. He had

I.I.I.. No. :5':;1)' Water--!reel, DH UGlEIJICI: : X1. P\11'OILS: Au;. !3, 1815.: 31-tf It was :n t bright morning, and-ls he sat on and all around that divine form flows an atmosphere promised me fine furniture, and when I
GLASS, 1JRUSIIES; :; : ., ice.nn --- -- -. his steed in the clear sunlight of strange and wondrous pined for it he
Fa. -- his
,
'.1 ApalachiCdla, ------ -----------.----- --.-. eye rested : beauty. got me a pine table and beatme

I, ::::5- Li'r'ultlrr.r' : imd on C(1fltZflflCflt: .1 gnu'nil atMirlmmt of! LUMHEIl INSPECTOR-The under ignell on a scene in the vale below which} was I Heaven has poured its brightness over that with the legs. He had not a chair in*

J' T..' fllVLIcrP friends in New Orl leans, New York or nOOK, RLANKS;, STATIONERY, &c, &c. been appointed Inspector of Lumber sublime and appalling enough to quicken I consecrated spot, and on the beams of light the house. and never even furntshed me
L. April, bIfi. cor. of Centre: Conimeic *:tri'ot, for Franklin County, oilers his services to the the pulsafons: of the calmest heart. That that glitter there, Moses and Elias have descended with a stool, except the stool of repentance.

nov.;! Aptiaehifula} ; Fla. public in that capicity, and will attend to all form was Napoleon Bonaparte, and the I and wrapped in the same shining t never drank from a cup of his froma
except
EL F. AbkII duties
) .. P. OIflt'tMANUVACi'IJfl1I appertainixutosaid appointment. He may : !scene: hefare. him .the fierce and terrible vestments stand beside him. Wonder follows cup of sorrow. There
,
I was not window
,. 111T. '.-\t.\viUnr\iT.: : ., be found at 22 Water street. a
: ; : AND: DEMXR: INCA "Battle cf Mount Tabor." From |I wonder for those three glittering forms iu his house, in winter
l' DEXLEJIX) Dili:\:'JN MEDICINES! PAINTS, March 23 JAMES GIBSON. Naza-j except and then
,. OLL\)! ; :: ;,.c.t .:&.('. lXE'1': FURNITURI .- roth! where the Saviour once trod, Kleber j I:i are talking with each other, and amid the there was wind enough; nor was there a sheet

\ A1 '-: ,!!":i<'rti :'Jorttnent of Statinory.Cor. fcj- No. 44 Water 8trt et-Pp :01 air::, L UMBER INSPECTOR-.-The undersigned had marcher! forth with three thousand I thrilling accents are heard the words Mount fit for a winding-sheet for a monkey. He

ot Che!'t int: and Water !'street, novlfi) Apif.ichicola.. Fla._- I having been appointed Inspector of Lumber French soldiers into the plain where, at Olivet,' Calvary' the agony and the deathof was always complaining that I took airs up-

rJlII i Anabrhla.I.'o\. Loehhut c Yon for 'the County of Franklin, oflers his services I to the foot of Mount Tabor, he saw the whole the crucifixion. Peter, awestruck and on myself, when Heaven knows he is the

.- If. I). Darilcn, --- ,C 0 :M :M ISS I lOX and FORWARDING the public in that capacity, and will attend to all Turkish army drawn up in order of battle. overcome feeling also the influence of that father of every heir I have.It .

:MERCHANTS:: duties appertaining to said() appointment. Fifteen thousand infantry and twelve thou- heavenly atmosphere, and carried away by must be perceived that I have been

Xn 2 Columbus Hmldin, No. ;jj; Water street, CORNELIUS GRADY. sand splendid cavalry moved down in maI a sudden impulse, says to Jesus, in low and shockingly abused woman. Only last Saturday a
; nor: March 22. IS US.i -
0'" 2Mxn." : Apalacliicola. Fa. Fla.
Apalachicola,
I jestic strength on this band of three thousand tremulous accents : It is good to he here; night he came reeling and fiddling
I
I up
: I1 \our-/', 11. 11;, :S-oiie: II. \V. Brooks: 'W.-i.\ W. SIMS. WJM. W. CHEKVER. LUMBER INSPECTOR.-Having been ap- French. Kleber had scarcely time to let us build three tabernacles ; one for thee, I, to me and requested to know what he should .
\ Inspector of Lumber throw hishandfull of into one for Moses, and one for Elias." Con- send out to the
0flNe, Stone it Co.' Sims tt CJsccvcr, for the County men squares, with shop and get for me and tb's
C 0 M I jll IS S lOX MERChANTS, COM :'oIl I SSIN:; I MERCHANTS I[ of Franklin, the undersigned ofiers his services:,: ihe cannon at the angles, before those twelve fused by the scene: and dazzled by the children, and to last over Sunday; I told

NJ- -Iii; Water street, '' / Olfi-cc, No. 0 Columbus!/ Unildings, to all the duties public in that capacity, and will attend to I thousand horse, making the earth smoke splendor, he was ignorant of what he was him a cents worth of snuff a biscuit, a can-

mi''! aljtc'.iicoh 1 1 f la. ilecl} I Apalaclnrola, Fla. appertaining( to said appointment. and thunder as they came, burst into a saying. He knew not the meaning of this die, and a half-pint of rum. Now I almost

I __ ______ .- ::_- --April--------15-,.1SIG.. -- -- -n_ _BEXJ._ LUCAS._ __ __ headlong gallop upon them. But round sudden appearance, but he knew that Heaven live upon snuff, and lie refused it-it is too .
I r'I jtIi9 SaJi('i', Cookc JForaie, -- -A---Card.-- -- ----- those steady squares rolled a fierce devour was near and God revealing himself and much for flesh and blood to bear; blood

,no CLi O\1MhSlONMERCllANT} I t : COMMISSION: MniiCIIANTS, undersigned having purchased from Mr. ing fire, emptying the !saddles! of those wild he felt that some sacred ceremony would be is turned to ink, and there's hardly my'an atom

/, l) \i-li I j \Vdtir treet-Up I <, tairs No. 13, St. Charles Street, TIlE S. Hawley his entire stock of ]Drugs: horsemen with frightful rapidity and strew- I appropriate to the scene, and while his bewildered of my anatomy,* and I do believe if r was
r Ijsl'i.
,,Ib1t Apalachicoh! PH. New-Orleans. Medicines\ Paints, Oils, Glass Ware, Shop Furniture ing the earth with the bodies of riders and gaze was fixed on the three forms dead and properly dried an old fashionedt

I:Jit:iu.\l1l1.\r.[) 1).iNLi) : J. DAV.COMMISSION Avnccv.-fell < COOKU. AMOS: Ilonv. &.c. will continue the business at H'holc- steeds together. Again and again did those j I i before him his unconscious lips murmured snuff taker might take my remains a pinch.

T. Da}" k. Co., sale and Retail, at the old stand corner Water splendid squadrons wheel, re-form, and forth the feelings of his heart. No wondera He got in a buff about the snuff and was

.Bj ;. I a-'. fai';:' tu', and Chestnut sts, and begs leave to say to his fricndsand charge with deafening shouts, while their sudden feeling came over him that paralyzed just as ill-bred concerning the bread he

:: MERCIIANTS 1 I GENERAL] : KKCKIVING, pj\\r.: )! JIUCOMI1ION -'t- stock former is patrons of the establishment that his uplifted and flashing scimetars gleame-J !like his tongue and crushed him to the said no light woman should have a candle;
,
:\0.)2;) Water street, : MEUClLNTo. complete, embracing evcryarticle usually a forest of steel through the smoke of battle earth, when in the midst of his speech he but should go to bed without

!1"r 6 AI\lachicol.1: Fa. \ 9) Columbus I mod! :, kept in Southern Drug Stores, and from arrangemChts : but that saw a cloud fall: like falling In. tlu... 'n.. .., one__,.and_ inresnp.r.r .
same wastin fire received I a star from__ _Heaven __ ... _rnm "_" _._ :11:
., nn'v9 recently. pfTJ pffrl-, will i I KM rrxnilarlvsnnnlir-fl] ) n -- ---- UI"- u'uu y 10
Apalachu'ola Fin. lIuug
: \1'0. \z for y.ela
nt> tj>- .litiw Insurance Co. __
; v -- --T&--- them. Those seemed and bright and In
dazzling balance
with fresh articles. squares bound : itself pint.
i i" "Pr.necti Ii-iruif: ." staple by a
: C and the lIart'rd
l la-iauricf: ('0." !lUnfurd: Conu.<) T. J. S.-\.Xt"ORI). M. M. JJUTT.Sanrord Physicians, Planters, Country Merchants and girdle of flame, so rapid (and constant were over those forms of light. Perhaps his indiscreet He probably will say I left his bed and

& Butt, others will lind it to their interest to call and examine the discharges. Before their certain and interruption had brought this messenger board-I assure the public he had nothing .
r Ic. FI'( cl. K.FCTOR DtLas, COMMISSION: MERCHANTS.No. : his stock and deadly aim down, and from its for bed
t prices. All orders will be: as they stood fighting for exis- bosom the thunder a but a board, and that is no better ..
: AND( COMMISSION :i'Water Street, s !promptly attended to in tcnc'. the and flames of Sinai than
cJ dccl J person by charging; squadrons fell so fast were to burst ; and lying out when I was on the point of
No.MERCHANT I:2 Columbus, Block, I Apalachicola, Fla. March J 1. 1S40.; H. F. ABELL. .that a rampart of dead bodies was soon he fell on his face in silent terror. But that lying in. No longer ago than yesterdyy hepromised ,

51 O'rli.1'i.' .'. Avc's-y! cV Jozies, To the Public. formed around them. Behind this embankment cloud was only a canopy for his God, and to buy me a soft strawed to lie .

___ Apalacliirola_ GROCERS! & CO' ,:.I MISSION: :: :MERCHANTS, HAVING disposed of my entire stotk of of dead men and horses, this band of j-.j|i! !from its bright' foldings came a voice siy- upon, but I found his promises all straw, or

r.' Harper .V Holmes, 13: No. 31 \v.nter; .-1 >et.Dec and Medicines to Mr. II. F. Abel!, warriors stood and fought for six dreadful I ing, This is my beloved Son in whom I rather found him all promise and no straw, ,
COM MIS S10 Apilacliicola, Fa. in retiring from! the business hours and am well pleased, hear Him." and all
N MERChANTS, -- I take occasion to was still steadily thinning the ye about the lying on a soft straw, bed
.b" ll o, ,?{. A. & P. C. Kaiaa, return to the public, my iriends and customers: pinks of the enemy when Napoleon de-: How long the vision lasted we cannot tell, was a hard: lie on his foul tounge; and,since

.;N 1t'TrrL JJ'PItv X, tJ'n.\for !.'Iv. C Q :\11:: I IS S lOX MERChANTS: my thanks the establishment for the patronage: they have bestowed boudicd with a single (division on Mount t but all that night did Jesus with his friends his ashes must make storog lye, (to give the

of th" City flf.\;NC E York COMPANY, O.'Iice: No. 4 Columbus nllildin .;;, and upon I take pleasure in while under my control ; Tabor, and turned his eye below. \Vhat a I stay on that lonely mountain. Of the conversation devil his due the time must be near at

Xo. )1 i\Valcrstre't f11J --Nov.----I I.--151"-- : Apalachicola, Fa. .to 'them as worthy of recommending their patronage mysucccssor, and solicit scene met his gaze. The whole plain was I that passed between them there hand,) 1 advise him to sell his carcase, in
-- :
:
'r !1. NL: Apalachicola! F. Win. II. Kiinbroush, II. 15. Kimbrough.Vi for him a continuance of the custom heretoforeso filled with marching columns and charging we know nothing : but little sleep. we imagine anticipation, to some soap-boiler.
I liberally extended squadrons( of wildly galloping steeds : visited their eyes that night, and He he will
Cf. ;i iiBif>roui fe Co., to me. while as may say pay no debts cf my -
- '' Edu-ard ::flcCulI I, I COMMISSION: & FORWARDING March 1 R- S. HAWLEY. the thunder of cannon and fierce rattle of they sat on the high summit and watched contracting is a false loon for the insinuation -
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IX 1\TIsli MY: )X M ii: ;CHANT AND DF.\.LElt'' .!\'&f P I.. t n S ru'U .... ...\L .X'., .1'I oJ.t. --------------- musketry, amidst which now and then was i the stars as they rose one after another if he does; I have always enlargedand

!: <;on!lS: AN'I) GIIOCER1E6:, Office, No. 23 Water street-Upstairs DB FEUCHTWANGER'S' I heard the blast of thousands of trumpets, I above the horizon, and gazed on the moon sicdled every debt 1 owed as much as

x No. !9) Columbus Block, Apalachicola, Fla. Scolicoloxicoti, or Poisons and strains of marthl music filled the air. as she poured her light over the dim and in my power; I was neverknown to diminish ..'

r Apalachicola, Fa. {[!tt:|- Liberal advances( on cotton con'irkd;:i ('atheir Insects. for The smoke of battle was rolling furiously: darkened landscapes, words were spoken or contract one in my life; and with this not Jane $

"rflI. G. Sorter & Co. friends ill New York, Boston, Liverpool or JUST received per brig Pioneer, which will i if f over the hosts and all was confusion and I that seemed born of Heaven, and truths of my creditors will charge ine-to judge

LEas I IX <;IOIN: AND lavre. Nov. 1, l 1St lo.; applied, immedialely exterminate chaos! in his sight. Amid the twenty-seven I I never to be forgotten were uttered in the of their late reluctance to charge me with

IE If CI L\XT:5.COMMISSION It91)CI'ISHeu cV Co., Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mosquitoes, &,c. thousand Turks that covered the plain and I ears of the subdued and reverent disciples. other articles.In .

xo No. 41 Water Street. :MANUFACTURERS I JTIN, I ItON,CoPPER, &,c. Also, Fly Paper,for the destruction of flies, enveloped the enemy like a cloud, and I Oh how different is heaven and earth!- conclusion. like a dutiful wife I have

29 Apalaohicola, Fa.Win. ,I BRASS, &c. for sale by J. C. ALLEN. aimed the incessant discharge of artillery Ir Can there be a stranger contrast than the left no stone unturned to please my husband,

---.-'iiv0: -- .ALSO. ii: :*.1.1Ks IN: June (j .. and musketry, Napoleon could tell where Battle and Transfiguration of Mount Tabor? and have borne with him until it is past endurance -

''MIn 0(1, lanl'vare, Srovc*, Bnta-miaand Japaried Ware*, Dissolution. his own brave troops were struggling by the; One shudders to think of Bonaparte and ; and as there is a hole even in,the

'. j s s I U\) : \IEItCLIANT i; IPKI, Steel, Nail, Spike., Grate Bars, THE Copartnership l heretofore existing under steady and simultaneous volley which showed t he Son of God on the same mountain :: holy lock of wedlock, and the legislature :' .

..\\Iy 2l N"oJ2 Water street, Su. .lr Kettles and Mills and other firm of SANFORD & BUTT, is this; where discipline was contending with the one with his wasting cannon by his side,I I have a key to it, I am determined to be di- -
Ap-tUchicpla. Fa. CastingsShip i ; : j C hand lery,&c. day dissolved by mutual consent wild( valor of overpowering numbers. The;: and the other with Moses and Elias just :. vorced. ..
Oct. 2-j: t'sl-'i.;
" \taEaT OJD r.. CH\ULES PRATT. --'-, ------ APICIIICOI.A, Fa THOMAS J. SANFORD. constant flashes from behind that rampartof % ; from heaven. It is like seeing the devil and Respectfully. *?

Doilfjc A Pratt WILLIAM DICKEY. J. W. HAMMOND.: AL M. BUTT. dead bodies were like spots of flame on: the angels in the same' Eden garden. CATHAR1NE THORAN. ,5

f;P?l IX': fc COMMISSION Dickey & Haminoml, Apalachicola, Augusts, 18-1 30-tf tl the tumultuous and chaotic field. Napo But no desecration can destroy the first: Mobile Co., Ala. Sept. 23, 1829.
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J. MERCHANTS, Notice. l leon descended from Tabor) with his liitle consecration of Mount Tabor; for baptizedwith ,
Xo. SHIP AND! FAMILY
Xo2 40 Water Street, GROCERS TIn; Copartnership heretofire existing he- hand, while a single twelve plunder fired I the glory Heaven, and honored with I THE OWING SYSTEM.-Foote had borrowed .

1 Apalachicoja, Fa.Hurrslioriu' 32 Watcr--rtcct( Apalachicola, Fa. JAMES GIBSON and JAMES C. from the heights told the wearied Kleber the wondrous scene of the Transfiguration of one of his actors
ICItY & October IS, !$::> 42lf CLAPP, is; dissolved by mutual consent. Tho t that he was rushing to the rescue. Thrown it stands the fifth? sacred Mountain on the: that Foote was receiving a large sum of

o OI1 S S lOX) II. R. Taylor, business of t the concern to be settled by the un i into confusion and trampled under foot, aith.: money, the actor said to him "Oh, Foote!
MERCHANTS
dersigned. JAMES GIBSON. that; I lent you c IO ; suppose return them
r\o. mighty
40 Water street COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANT army rolled turbulently Jiack you .
Apalachicola
oT.1, 1Sj.: August, 184G. to me." "My dear fellow! "
said
toward
Foote
!, Apalachicola, Florid: : the Jordan, where Murat was anx A LAWYER'S OPINION SIZE.-In "it
OF a I I00 I leutme." h
DIL- -- -- -- No. 22 Water-street, CO1)at'tiIe'SIiiL). i iously waiting to mingle in the fight.- case involving a breach of was < you No-it was only
the "
'\LSAL Wood & Co., sept2 ly Apalachicola. TIlE subscribers respectfully inform their Dashing with his cavalry among the disor counsel was arguing that, in contract, ofa t .lIO. "I tell you it was .-{:100," maintained : .

P COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Jleiiry f lodges, :* and the public that they have taken dered ranks, he sabred them down without bar having been placed inside consquence of iron Foote, stamping.Veli, then," .
I'or.i IS.N. 29 Water street. into partnership Mr. EUGENE W. ROGERS. mercy, and raged like a lion amid the the an I retorted the poor actor, pay me clIO now .
K L>l-_'* Apalachicola, Fla. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION CHARLES ROGERS & Co. This chivalric and romantic warrior prey.declared pan pan was thereby made much larger. and I will excuse the remainder." No, .,
MERCHANT, Judge-I cannot think that is
--- April 7, 18IG. pan larger dear fellow
--- no,' I
1'1ers t Mitchcl- 22 Water street APALACIIICOLA, Fa. _ _ _- I the remembrance of the scenes that because it has iron bars placed across it on the my 00." ; prefer owing YOI1.-

,t '"MISSION NEW-YORK once transpired on Mount Tabor and on the t inside. c _ _
MERCHANTS H. R. WOOD. P. \\'. CULLE.V.Woort I these thrice "
? 1\0.3G PRINT WAKE1IOUBE.PRICES consecrated spots, came to him Counsel-Undoubtedly, my lord ; ,I think Asl was going,' said an Irishman over ,. ;
Water-street &: Co., REDUCEDAt in the hottest of the fight, and nerved him that if you make an article which contains Westminister bridge the other day, I met .

Apalachicola, Fa. AUCTIONEERS ND COMMISSION the extensive Establishment for with ten-fold courage.; more iron it is larger. Pat Hewiogs. Says I, "how are you?' -, ,.
TA WYLIE, MERHANTS! As the sun went down over the plains of 'Pretty well 1 thank '
\VM. A. McKENZIE. PRINTS ONLY Judge-Suppose you were to fill the pan jpu DoIJey, says .
No. 32 Palestine, and ;; .
\VYlie \ ater street, twilight shed its dim with iron would he. ,
rays the was *-
& ltIcKenzie I you say pan largerthen --I
'nHf Nov. 1, IS45. Apalachicola Fa.. BY over the rent and trodden and dead-covered ? That's,not I. '" '
MISSION I my name, says : d:
MERCHANTS, Liberal advances made LEE &:: BREWSTER field, a sulphurous cloud l hung around the 'Faith _
No.-42 Water on consignments.The Counsel-Certainly I should, my lord.Laughter. .- no more is mine Hewiugs,' ,' '
ai.i; !S45. street, strictest attention paid to Sales out Doors.; 44 CEDAR STREET, N. YORK. summit of Mount Tabor* The, smoke, if ( .) he. say.-' ,,';

Michael Apalachicola; Fa. Sales at Store every Saturday. _ This stock of PRINTED CALICOES, nearly] battle had settled there where once the :, -_ So we looked at each other, and, faith' !' '

: [ A. MycrsI Clover Seed. all recently purchased for cash and short credit, cloud of glory rested, while groans and A lady was travelling in ,,3 stage coach, i it t turned. out to be.neither_ of us.. '. ': ': 'z,
I UOSEER AND COMMISSION r AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,are offered shrieks rent the air. Nazareth, Jordan and with troublesome
FEW pounds of large Red Northern Clover a barking dog in her lap ,,:".
h v MERCHANT, A Seed, for sale by at from Mount Tabor! What spots for battle-fields! i! A gentleman, a fellow passenger, complainedof :i ',Tha 's a smart f now,',said one. : '. ""Z,
'.I 1,1 p.o.. -36. Water street, 1 to G Cents Per Roll back How yoo.make'that: ? '
April H. F. ABEL. ( Yard) LOWER twenty centuries and ,again the annoyance. out, :::2

SalOne-- ApaUchicola. Fla. Congress Spring Water -- THAN THE PRICES OF APRIL. view that hill. The day is bright and beautiful -Dear me sir!"',exclaimed the lady, withan Why, he ha been living for the last': : ,,.. .

pSALE Ii AND Schiffer. JUST received per schr. LeRoy, and for'sale by QCf-: Purchasers are guaranteed the prices-and as then, and the same rich oriental 1 air of astonishment- -4. wonder you two years* to my knowledge,withoutVarmng1a ;': .., .

1 "CUkr attention RETAIL GROCER, 21 J. C. ALLEN. allowances made for a given period. landscape is smiling in the same sun.- complain of my dog, everybody admires it; penny.. ,. ::. .
i Paid to putting up family. (Catalogues: (renewed and corrected There Nazareth with its -
steamboat and ship daily) busy:population it'i : is a real Peruvian.? An unsuc essful asked' *
( ICJQ -So-I? Water stores. Flavouring Waters. -regulating the prices-are placed in the handsof -and the same Nazareth from which Kleber I don't1 of Peruvian lover by ,what ', ',; ,.. *. .
: street X ass-nrfmenf rercivpd] and for sale and complain yo dog, means he,lost'his adored. ', '
: just! by buyers, sent with goods!; ordered. marched his and there Maheiiii& : :,
ApaUchicola, Fla. A army: Jordan ro I- but I wish he .wo'1ld'Sivc'\s,' less of his Peruvian 441 flattered .
Nov 20! J/C. her until
New York
ALLE.N Drl1 git. June ti, ISltf. 10-Jy ling its blight, waters along-the same Jo r- ''bark.-'-' :: j !speak to me.. she'was .foo proud: ,. to 'f

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; TH ACT: of the treasury, that the balance of the authoritys cratic Convention, are entitled to the credit of Legislature Three Dollars a day for time spentat society-and deter the independent profession of -REGISTRY LAT--

i-'r \vntv,rrr.-s'snnsTiMKr.rii ON Tn:TAfl1r. u a*good I deal*the other I wav.1' "* having hatched, and all that will be left for the home about their own affairs. the Law, from a discharge of that duty, which The Constitution

-' 'IVe air falicu in, as h !]P'I'I-.d. to : ("'nME But People to do will be the This is Democratic The People proTect the the imperatively
fc1rzfltV1ttt th jir- isdion : ,-''.i in tin LiIiii now- election of a State Legislature economy freeman from despotism of a mob! first State Legislature to diref
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virlh'n'nt. HJ the rqi}?.a1.r u:1.C.Jr Liws. \Vt' Paulo majora canamus."I of who will instruct the Representativeand have evidence here of what are Jfr. Kain's ideas The sans-cullotles of the French Revolution What is a Registry Law pass a Regst< L.I
now go from these interests to articles ?-
S .Ir? jr.ro illy iinere O.i.,fce tint our exportation)mn\ it t will >bs fanll.iJun whfat more pomiuence and perhaps greater importance, Senators, and so save a world of trouble. of economy. 0 commenced the destruction of the freedom of the sign of such a law? Whai t h S.

convenient f l'nr<'r in? to speak \in another part of 10r nn and I desire to say, that in discussing the effects Truly, the People should be very thankful to the How many members of the last Legislature People, from whom, they pretended to derive all I is a law. requiring the
irksl "t now as to fr is'it! which! as I of this tariff upon the industrial labor the country Convention received* for days, during which they were name, Of ,n
rein for
; with the single exception which I have namedin the bright idea they have broached. jay power and to whom, they promised |the "larget votes to be inscribed in "
titntej cf of a book
lure said. en ourtivans
con
paying regard to the new manufacture of mouslin de Considering the astonishing wisdom which has not within fifty miles of the Capitol Had liberty by terrifying and the advocate keutf
for-MSn itnr ortttions: : win': ch tlC is there {for deterring purpose[ 8y a public officer o* *
them. Why, the ffi'-rt of this Bill i is to dimmish hines the,interests just on no of that part section of this of tarifi the as prejudicialto with been evinced in the shape of beneficial legislation this resolution have passed, the treasury could: from a discharge of his functions in the defenceof before the time of holding, some teri !4

freights anTt' afiect the navi: miig! nter'-t* oft which I am connected. I leave that country to the consideration by the sapient members of the General Assembly not have been so defrauded. Keep it before the the accused. Their successors, and imitatorsin sign oLsuch law .. ,
United Stit a is I.
l1? > ino-t serially-most d--ply, to settle
mil th.-refore i it i-1:111 nil the ,!-ownrs| of tie! other I may not permit myself be -the brilliant scintillations of genius Peopltf, tat WM. A. KAIN VOTED TO THROW America-would fain attain the same end, qualification of voters the qt ,- *
i supposed to be influenced on these topics, by the before the :ejJ?
States without an C'X'ption( so far as we which has PEOPLE'S on men who will day
Unit.d I been emitted from that body of dining AWAY THE .IlE' ly the same o
and
interests of manufacturers around me amongst means. to *I.
this prevent quarrels and
hear from asaiUft pS
thrm. iejno i triie: : : disputes '
i$ to !he in fivorof, trad ,Bl. I whom I live, and for whose property and happiness wisdom, whose learning and eloquence has not stay at Tallahassee, and attend to the Peopie's at th I. u
zir monopoly. GOVERNMENT ORGAX. prevent fraud and to ?' I
utnst I never can feel unconcerned. I leave that to the ; render it imposiM I t
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connected with business.
i isa
'it ; and\'r'this man K-.uIs me to sik 1 and 1 ask with? ear.na"lnes :rt- judgment of the Senate. Driven from her original gone nigh to electrifi/\\\e\ nation-a more fit body, When the Union first announced the official any, save legal votes, shouldbe polled. *
and chosen pursuit-to which she had been enthusiastically in which to repose such power, cannot be foundin character
and hops to receive an :n''pr.twhos with which it had been invested by Did the Democrats in the
addicted-commerce-and compelled WE INDEED?-In reference to Mr. Legislate .
MAY d
t at whose recommendation all Christendom. Thomas skould Clay's *
? the
promotion rtI'l of,whit interl.t i is this measar m intro- to enter upon the filed of manufactures twentytwo If any defence of Lafayette, Shelby, the Ledger sa>s:- Mr. Polk, we thought that a Government Gazette, i requisition of that which '

Hced t Is it fjr fhf. ituiiortin, ? merchants'1-? years ago-if it be now the pleasure of thisgovernmentif be so unbelieving, as to doubt the fact-let him When men in high places, men among the. which would keep the public informed on all fess such attachment to ? No! /!r

They all reject u to a nun. I* it f.'r the owners p'oplc-if the south it be and the the sense middle of the and American the westsay take up the Statute book, and read the lucubra- highest, pervert professional duty, violate first maters of Policy, Executive measures, movements .* lenity evaded it. They were not tlt ,
of the invitation ()f th- country 1 They rcmonhtratc tions of that principles trample sanctities in defenceof to be
illustrious to ,
venture upon
S she'll back. You distress her body-and we of the and relations law
a;ain-t it to a in 1:1. The whole; internal fo- go can crime well tremble for Navy Army, foreign passing a that would deprive
can cripple her-you can cramp her-you lie will be struck dumb with admiration. may we that purity of them
industry of the country: opposes it.Vho i is it tilt' you say, which under fee., would be useful, inasmuch as correct information most formidable
industn'-her self public opinion, weapons they
cannot annihilate her respect our political -
system po
calls< f.< it or 1'r;">:es 1'1 Who asks for it1?- of herself. A Certainly, never since the day of Go\'eror TKNBREKCHES" i is the for would the of votes
Who I Has th! '!re b'<'!i one! petition presented fur hercapncitity to take care countryof only security all rights.-.y. supply place vague conjecture Tty openly violated the
it from of th" 1 lias i working men, who are willing to work fourteen and the WORSHIPFUL BURGOMASTERS Morning .Yeu's. and Had the Union law Ctt.and
any: (q-nrU'r: conntry afl.Ilvl1tm.I1 ::; hours bid defiance all tariff- and all newspaper rmous. passed a which lea? the
day. to
a "
may
) tint in the his interest United; States would COM"; up here andiold miserable, false, partial legislation. They stand OF NEW AMSTERDAM, who smoked The malicious cant, which abounds in the have confined itself to the announcement of such chise unpiotected. tlet,:

promoted ron and advanced: ,by the! p.\hI- Irot.tt.J measure and upon the strength of their own character-resolution their forty pipes," at a sitting, in Council on the above extract, is as despicable as the hypocrasy, State irsas the President chose to make public, The law passed by the legislature,in

like this :11 there! is. an imp'rtlunit and capacity maintain and by themselves this strength do what and that: affairs of that goodly Burgh, as is faithfully recorded -i with which is veiled the attack, on the eminent and to such an expose of the views of the Executive obedience to the Constitution profe
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capacity, they ,
of the the other altogether! you provided
other wav.public And} :when w{! arc way told-that the public! please Not; Sir, that there is one house in Kew by that honest historian, DEDERICH patriot whose virtues expose him to the assaults as he might deem necessary to correct unfounded militia roll, kept at the first th!

this and that the : it England, at this moment, in which the procetd- KNICKERBOCKER so much *.uisdo'1 been of and the time generl..elff
requires poe; require we are with intenscstinterests. / envy. impressions, at same yielding shall be registered, and that said roll
of this looked for
ings day are not shallbe
understand !
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who have ado Ith 'public phihholelh c rt.:1 of political putfor llwn the. No man rises in the morning but to seethe vmischafcd to mortal man. What is the duty which an advocate is swornto a firm support to the measures of the Administration registry of qualified voters.

:jrablie-certain persons who have syn.oN and en- newspaper. l\o woman retires at night And still the icondcr grew, perform ? Is it not to defend the accused who and advocating such matters of policy, The failure of this law to
andpirty (fitsfor th" and that'niL.! without inquiring of her husband the pi ogress of F How such smal heads could contain all they carry out the(
Hgn 1'CjM. this ask seeks his aid ? The benificent law of this as the President and his cabinet deemed useful designed to be attained
1 aver sir.: that i> I who i ; great measure Washington. They : knclt free by a registration cf
upon
within thi'f? all..to ca1 uiP> an.i any! I(111.\h'\m1! where.hou it in And the they schools.will They take whatever ask about it answer every Certes, the 2/mantles of TEN BREECHES," and country, deems a man innocent, until his r1l and necessary, no evil could have arisen from the is apparent to every tyf. I t the militia 'f<

public intur't-\vut: : portion cf lln huitf-! is The writer of the above [ establishment t of a newspaper by the Administration. t to be the list, which the n
who ,amount all! who llieir: living on the ea comes, as men should take it, and they will feel I WILLIAM THE TESTY must hare fallen on proven. by. inspectors of tI
uron the lanl i in the! field e'ar) of agriculture or i in :thworkshop : as men should feel when they' hear it. I therefore t the shoulders of cur worshipful one of the herd who has converted the freedomof I But; the extraordinary character of the ion( are to be guided in and /
of the thorn all leave, sir, to the Senate, all those considerations Democatc i effusions firth in the Union, leaves little I accepting ref
amongst. put
ariiztuu-io: votes and
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u when the Press into unbridled license, and has none are to be
I will not sutler myself to be subjected to the temptation Selflor.t alrl Rcplcscntati.cs" in General ( to
comes here and asks: fur FIH:1! a meat'inas permite
II of being led by these causes which made it instrument to the it room for doubt, but that it was established, not whose names are not that '
this ?! (I u man ]If there \ oltdoors! away Afscniblij' convened, -at least, the Convenion an destroy rights was on Itsl.then,
in favor of this Kill, why. then a1wr"ots sir, 1 can only might be supposed to influence me, and consideration turing labored under that impression. intended to defend. I i is t the rash assertion of to benefit by imparting information, but to act are absent, o who did not vote from ar
from them therefore I to the ) an
nlrnc is inns and its friends out-doors proceed evident t
coiita; of to the liberties of .
tay. as an engine destroy
wre as mute a? its frieud in-door.-;." of other subject!, in which so far as New the guilt of persons accused of'crime, made by power and whose names. tre therefore not tj&

_ 5f- :* Hngland: i is concerned,-,if she have any interest at LIEN LAW. such Editors, that deprives the prisoner of an the People. the militia roll kept by the inspectors te

I mut lie permitted to sayvit'i srcat respect all,-it i:in t favor Does of she this mean bill,the and less against to exercise protected We bad always been aware", that a failure to impartial trial-prejudices the public! mind, and The powei of the President of the U.S., exerted as well as all who become qualified of l J
ft'r gentleman on the other] fur whom 1 entertain inttre ; r pi-r-onal\ T'r'et-I.lt! !i(1. I enter upon he power little or great, or whatever it maybe, pay a debt, was considered by Democratic Legislators brings Juries into the Court house, incapaciated through his immense patronage, had becomesufS- first dection, are excluded from t.

this discussion: isiWr' soni ,!lisLdv.uuutges.'e: : this in favor bill !of No those, Sir-No whoes, Sir.interests" arc menaced by as a crime worthy of severe pimishment to the performance of their duty, by reason of cicntly alarming before the accession of j.K. Polk. must have this effect, or none. 'ot.such
ilo not hear from the other de.Vu' h.-aruo de I
fence of this! bill. An hnloi\hh.: ,member frol .. ---. -,- save when, as in the case of Mississippi expressions of opinion, as to the guilt cr innocence The fear of losing the favors of the Executive, to be the effect of the law, then it is no rr ";

South Carolina. (Mr. Mcjimc) said tlit: .the some years since, and more lately in Florida- of the accused, which have been induced had (we say it with sorrow) during the Jackson law-the militia roll required to
bill vindieates itself.: That i iso far this CO I BCIAL ADVERTISER h record; D
true a, the creditors and Van Burcn dynasties, exercised an influence
if i do not vindicate itself! it is \indift'd at happened to be of that unfortunateclass by extravagant denunciations of :reckless press. nullity. I it i i1 not a r registration votes,

Nobody! IPU: Ftinds.: j>:Mi--or for it. Nohod! ------ --- denominated by the Chinese, Outside The escape of the guilty, is more to be attributed over some of the members of the popular branchof nothing-ij is useless-and the legislation'

here answers tin! objection!"which are s'i! g"II'd. Ar-ALACHICOLA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1845. Barbarians"-alias Foreigners. But we had never to the incapacity of the prosecuting Counsel, the Congress. But Martin Van Buren, unscrupulous produced it was an abortion. it has thet :
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see Sir. the
on opposite gentlemen -
highest character! : in this (country and of til 1r1 ;:> ;Ths: following gentlemen are authorized yet known the degree of indignation, which, imbecility c the Judge, or the ignorance of the as ]he was, still paid some regard, t the ancient of a registration list-if the militia roll i ,

cst experimice i:tli:snvruiient-prmtlcnian who Agents for the COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER, and will I so heinous a crime would excite in the breasts of Jury, than to the skill of advocates for the accused. prejudices, of those who fondly imagined, list of qualified voters-none others being

have years: -debated gentleman. questions: : prop.-rlv;great con and>J idrrcd(nr.all! as for t'thirty jag receive and receipt subscriptions, or advertisements our Legislators: until their last session. Let those do their duty, whose provinceit that a Representative of the People voted under mitttd to vote but those whose names arei

sunon t ihosf from whom selection! is to hl made: :- Be i remarked in passing, that ceTtain Democratic is to administer the law, and all the talent and ro fear of consequences, save the loss of the People's it-then it will pn duce most injtsl
fotthe hi oirce in the sift f th ,, and .rrns. MASON & TtrrTi.r S3 William tart
: ( ? ( : Street
hef !
-he "assumed the virtue
yet 0 thisriiestion-as imporar.tl I 11'011 tmd.ra\! New York. Candidates, in order to secure the votes( of ski of the bar could not acquit the palpably approbation ; and is a piece of legislation, worthy o
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to say ns any which has; been di.-cus.-ed in Congress TUvin IIRAVO, Esq., New OrleanV :. such mechanics and overseers, as they could humbug guilty-wherever the guilt is doubtful, the laic though he hu: it m'ot" But Jame;K. Polk, emboldened Hottentots-sn act dictated by lamentable ij

from the forniatiiJii( d'th I Cou: itution-we hc.tr \ : W. CHEEVER, Eq., Albany, Ga. by promises of special legislation for their acquits by the: freak of fi-rtune which broughtthe ranee of political rights.
from thoe s-'ntleimn not word 'hIwar usiutienlly. JAMES II. WILSON, Esq., Gaines, Ga.
For
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; : They appear: to he aH"nti\'f and thought- Major JACK HARDMAN, Ala. particular: benefit, had promised to pass a Lien The Editor of the Morning News first Prcsi.K-ntnl Chair: down to his level; relyingon There are but two lights in which the act
fnl. They have! .charactered": their ni> -. ------ passes the fancii-d strength: of the which be
A __ ..mory -- ------------ ,- -- -- Law, if they should be elected. the of party viewed. We have stated them. Either
upon guilt Shelby, on no better evidence
It the :
at leas-l one ( !
thy thought,no tnn IT'C'B! [ ct!!'j'OIIij'e'' ] They :"give i XOTICE.-Al persons having claims gainst They did pa>s a law-called"a Lim Law- than newspaper rumor-and then lays. his acquittal wrought I the: miracle (,1 hi? election, cats ofTallobservance of the dilemma i is: sufficiently unpleasant,
their thoughts! I will liii office, will present them to J. L. WYMAX: ,, of for 1 the i of the
no tongue. trust they remember but, cither through ignorance of all principles of[ the duor and ivspect independence doubt, to the Democrats-but they must It tret
at Mr. without
of ,
Clay -
I
tin! npxt- Nor any unproporiioned: tho't the Publisher: and those indebted to the Conr his
and the columns of
law, or, inability to People, in pensioned fixed on one or the othtr./
u his Renewed through give effect to their
act. [ lat'ghu-r ] They are obedient mercial Advertiser for subscription adverti"ting knowing ichat was line of defence assumed
or tt
to an old adage-" 13e checked: for filencebut : intentions, although they have Press assails the motives of those who refuse to
will! make to him he being alone j given to engineers, by Mr. Clay, charges him with a perversion of The law i."either designed to violate lie Ct
) never taxed for Ft'c! ." They dontto 1..n payment workmen en boats vessel* &c. follow the. nnrtv, : IpnH. which. ___ tends__ to_ the_ iniurv
be taxed for sp- "::1:1tlel else they: mean: authorised to collect the old accounts. a lien for ther professional duly u. n u n 0 stilution, and have open the door to tltd

to be taxed for [Laughter. July 21, IS.16 I wages, they have left them without. any remedy( We do not intend this article to be considered of their constituents, and threatens with loss of frauds -or, it is an efiort of legislative stupids
"Now it is not foi me to pat it to tho ''ntle- A office and of favor those who to have
to enforce what a
-- i is to presume
them
--- that which
= Blackstone defence of to with the Constitution the efttti,
-
I Mr. comply
:
mn-it i is con-ideration which if it arise at all, '-'- ----- --- -- --- as a Clay from the assaults of ,
,:
mast arise in their own LOSO\. \Vhuthurthev, can CORRICTIl.-In our article on Register of asserted could never be-a right without a I such antagonists a the Editors of the Morning will of their own. which produces tn evil as great, if not
nd and!stake their reputation this i Public Lands in last I ; To this base use has the Government Organ grlt
Ita I on I i 1 tilnr.en published our number, weinadvertently remedy. .'\tC1C.and Ledger, who have launched: this than that which the Constitution !
dorsed
it
as is by them 1 I may: not put this question delg'
-I may not follow ou: the suggestion will fell into the error of stating the I They did, however, provide a remedy to en. arrow from the quiver of their malice. Wo been applied. The President of the United prevent. The Legislature either dtslfned

not follow out the suggestion made: Iroin the bo- salary of that officer-one thousand dollars per force one kind of contract,-one the provisionsof would as soon think of defending the nock of States establishes a Newspaper, in which to attack the people of their just rights-rr they ie

tom of themselves, and ihcir' myn.11'. Hit I annum-to be twice (the amount of that paid the I which remedy i is the independent Representative of the: Peo-
we 'venture to
I ask! swt without Givi altar from the We fools.
may wel this! -we are but i in the c ;'iui umnpla- j fash of a poce pistol ;
tiou Constitution Governor. We were thinking, at the time, ofMr. parallel in civilized ple.
holding rouncil Legislation. It
common
c.ht must owe desire to defend the rights of that profession, If the Whig have-a majority i the cestl
we hither to confer, to exchange ideas, to Levy's estimate. its origin to a desire the The attack, made in the the columns of the :
be advised if we may I by an interchange uf stniiinent on part of the Legislature which has ever been found necessary to the sup gislature, let this be one among oh.er f f :

-if our friends m thecth! .r.-idc, <:ftv! cham RIGHT OF INSTRUCTION. to establish a system of pains, and penaltits port of the liberty of the citizen ; the professionin Union, on the erratic members l'Congress of which they provide for.
leer will not adopt our reasonsr; olir; n t slieirs for the (the Democratic party, as as the jibes, and .
: ofdtlts, beyond the which ERSIUNK stood forth the w(1 _.
but if they grounds "pon.hi.h they We live and learn" i is a true, as well as an non-payment proudly a>
vote ,
for this bill Set with propriety :mr::1i:*t\, why will Cl they old saying. We are brought to acknowledge the !I rncre damages now awarded by law, in a civil I champion of HORNE ToKe, when power sought taunts-the charges of "Fravd-Panic" thrown ADDnr .
not state those grounds to I ]If "to ail that i is II I i out against the Whig Senator, who presents the DE:10CltATIC
l: to crush in him, the advocate of British
truth of it, on reading that instructive document, acton liberty ; thou art JeweirThis
the a
urged a"ilit measure this side, People's Petitions, not to at Consistency
we are
willing lay
01 :n\c'1S This law
thur: the Democratic Address. annexes a forfeiture, under certain I the profession! which ADAMS and QUINCY vic\c.d
: fj1untane.JTS il : brCat why net give
the door of Thomas Ritchie-a man who might document was certainly intendedaijread
them audiblt CXprCioflVe: tate our reasons We had hugged ourselves up, with the fond circumstances, to the non-payment of a debt- as impressing} upon them the solemn, though Unwished
-we : ( for theirs-we get no reply.! We plead the exmption cf second childhood-or in a country where the "schoolmasters
pay all (that i is incur
having offered our own sentiments-- delusion, that we had come to understand what necessary to the penalty is ab for duty of defending Preston and his !
the long accustomed exercise of despotic power, abroad ; or, by a people, whose ignorance ]
Si i novisti, rectius istis was the Democratic doctrine of Instruction. We SflCfjOfll the Stale and: consequent ignoranceof soldiers, who sought the aid of their talents to
'uid in in avoidance the the detection of the (fallacies and nc
a party-ridden State, of just prevent *|
Can jmp r'e ; si nnn had imagined that what the Democrats contendedfor the proceedings which are being had-whichabsence'may rescue them from the popular hatred,exasperatedly
His i utere punishment, which an effort to destroy the free- sistencies, with which it abounds.
mceCn. as an exercise of that right, was, that the be caused by sickness, or other the slaughter of unarmed citizens. The most '
TIpwont impart.their clear perception of this dom of debate richly merits. He is but the Among the inconsistencies will
light that th/ir breasts Legislatures of the States had a rigJit to instruct inevitable misfortune. The law in (question, provider ignorant pretender, to a knowledge of the office
; iumilotef of James K. The Editor of the assert n of the or
mouth-piece unconstilutionalilyt \
and enables them to see is safe; for fhc Senators in Congress, by them clwacn. that where a workman has in his posses. and duty of an advocate, must be aware, that he Pc'k. b
the country and proper for the occasion s-hrds the Union is guilty of a great crime-but the nal and Distribution of N
norays sion articles Improvements
which be
: The main ground relied on to establish such any on has done work,- bound, by his oath, to render his assistance to
upon us. They are as silent as they will be People whom he invested him with no Lands, in the body of the address, and
fifty years hence." claim of right being, that the State Legislatureswere and he is not paid therefor in three months, and I the prisoner, accused of crime, who demands his wrongs t
1.j the trust-he has the excuse that he makes his bread lutions appended to it, lauditory of John C
taken he shall
more fredi from the than the same away, deliver it to the aid. Charity requires that he shall not pronouncethe
"Well, Mr. W. proceeded to docs People, and Co
npw say, by the 6/upaliou-hc is paid for his dirty work houn his principles. Whilst the
anybody gainsay this 1! 1 1.u! there a merchant foreign United States Senate, and could speak more decidedly SII(1i who shall advertise and sell it and pay cause a had one which he i is solicited to de _
'"(is his vocation." tion are denouncing{ measures alluded t iM
or Arnericsn: innhe United Star* who undertakes their opinions on subject. his bill. I would seem to us, that: fend. The discovery of new.evidence-time verdict .
to any contrariety of opinion 1 I Is there a any We have before noticed, the dictation of the great Idol imoving; Heaven and Earth |
man high or low who denies it I know of none1 The Democracy of the present day is, however, this was all which stern justice could require of an impartial Jury, acting under the top

have heardof none. Sir, it has been the experience Pro zrcisive-in Florida, it is swiftly striding on I -certainly, it is a nummary remedy for charge of an enlightened Judge, might declare Executive, put forth in the Union-the coarse law, which would establish a .
of this) government always th..t ih.' ad attacks made on members of Congress, both of of Internal Improvement,-and the same1
valorem\ system is open[ to innunieiHHe frauds. to that position, which, when attained, will save the recovery of a debt-due, perhaps, by an the innocence of the accused, whom he hastily "
the and Democratic advocate of strict construction
Whiit is the case witii Eallc l J II.s-s 1 she fll.d! ]I the Dear Ptoplc" any trouble about the management unfortunate farmer, for repairs upon his plough, deemed to be guilty. Whig parties-the allegation endeaorpass
madly: into the principle! i : Jun I of disappointment in office-seeking, laid at an amendment to the Land Graduation
f'I'.Trd. rifle and who i is unable We do not
of their affairs. As we before remarked, or to pay for i, becausethe countenance the perversion oJ
valorem duties?! : at all! -not at all sir, on the door of Brinckerhoff who succumbed before which thetrAe/e of the Public
( gave
the contrary on occa-i; of f n-vi.-iou of the! we thought we had understood what the Right of course of law, which never yet run smooth. professional duty"-we do not advocate a roort tct

: r tarifTof England, a constant efPirt ha": he "i! in ide, Instruction meant, but we have been taught, by keeps him out of hundreds, due him to quirks and quibbles, by means of which, a the anger his struggle for independence excited States in which they ILe.

and number progress specifiic; mack: duties in every: and ca reduce,(to a'l.n1H tinad, vi the lore a perusal of the Democratic Address," that we, But the Legislature seemed determined, to criminal, is sometimes, made to "go tmichipl of ,)-and the charge of FRAUD-PANIC brought We object to this two-faced system o i

m duties. A gentleman in the! other HOII.-C: (Mr. in common with the numerous politicians, who punish the delinquent debtor, still more, if, to justice;" but we contend for the right of the against the Senator from Massachusetts, who tioneering-we object to the address, b

Seaman so, tho )I believe ha; ta\1 not p-iins q'lteo, which thoroughly I have: (. :t.iken H he-ali togo 1-; have dictiscd the question until it is threadbare, (failure to discharge his debts., he adds the advocate so to defend his client, that he may' dared to assert tlC right of his constituents to ministers to prejudices of th oppizti3 f

through the it-ins of tlU Bri,1 Tarill'aiid see know nothing at all about it. For the information sin of being absmtfrom the State or County have the benefit c that provision of the Constitution petition Congress. But the late assault on Mr. tcrnal'L'nprorcmcnt- and Land Dislrl/

what portion of articles are ad valo ( of Thomas Benton, Daniel Webster, and (the very reasgn perhaps, why he has not paid which awards to the accused time assistance Hay wood of North Carolina,who nobly sacrificed at the same time, throws out a bait to c
rem and whit are specific..Now, Mr, the result! his seat in the most and exalted deliberative
+ of that examination shows that ;:t this day in tins! other benighted seekers after learning, who have up. The law provides, that if any surplus remains of counsel for his defence." dignified, Calhoun men, icho arc in /aroroftheSet1.

British tarif out offiK() )arttcesOiarecific.) ; Every heretofore been in the dark on this subject, we from the sale of the property, after payingthe To fix the precise limit," says LIKBER, in hisPolicallcrmclcltcs assembly the world has ever seen,rather This is fighting the Whigs with a trt*

is-specific thin -nothingisplacedintliHij-tofadvolorem from its nature could! be nride specific: are at the pains to publish the latest crpositino debt, to discharge which it was sold, and all (a work of the most rigid than support a ruinous party measurt--is an act sword-it cuts both ways-it i is a simibrpi I
:
duiies but such HSSOPII to I be incapable ofa :e.nenl:I of this important question, pronounced, ex cathedra costs, kc.-the, surplus, ij not culldfor b.l the morality,) "between the demands of public too presumptuous to be left unpunished. The with that which raised the cry of "POLD.

in We any have other the form.experience Well sir, how do we -land then! by certain Orades of Democracy-the owner in thirty days, shall he paid into the justice in countries, in which it is believed that Democratic Senators, owe it to the dignity of LAS AND THE TARIFF" ill /YflB.
-we have the judgement our tlios own mot government du-tin- embodied talent of the party in Florida, who County Treasury-and, IF NOT CALLED FOR BY civil liberty depends in a great measure upon the their own bedy, to remonstrate withftthe President i- "PoLK, DALLAS AND FREE-TRADE" VS S

have guished the in the administration of our :trlirwe: lately smoked the pipe of Council, in their wig- THE OWNER IN ONE YEAR, SHALL BE FOR fact that the court be entirely neutral, so long as I against a further continuance of such out- Carolina-
of
production proof> hun'dieds and hun
dreds of instances, of the dinger of the, ad valo: tcain, at a certain place, which must hereafter be }'EJTEI TO THE COUNTY. the'case is debating, and where it does not, therefore rages. Some portion of those who are telud

rem mode of assessing duties What i-* arrayed I famous in history, as the DELPJIOS" OF FLon- This is the fruit of the election of demagogues! direct the eliciting of the whole truth, even Is it not monstrous that the People should pay the support of the Democratic candidate '

against without ill exception! Every, is importer against of it. the Sir United, the administration States, IDA-and which is ycept "THE LOWER MINERAL to office, who fish for votes, by prostituting the from the prisoner, and the grave duty of the Ritchie &Heiss $150,000 per annum to brow- be betrayed.. He cannot serve two I

has not a mercantile friend from here to SPRINGS." READ! URKr: AND INWARDLY post of Legislator to such base purposes-who counsel, to do every thing in favor of the client, beat and over-awe their Representatives? who can say, whether he is in favor 0'

i. opinion Penobscot in favor ilut wil this com system.; forward I undertake and give his t<: DIGEST !" wheedle the peQple.out of their votes by a promise on the one hand, and on the other hand, the stern BIENNIAL----SESSIONS.A posed to Internal Improvements?

f say there is not one. Th" .m. r bp members pj:; We have before said, in effect, that we fully to protect their particular interest, by partial demand that justice be done in reality, and not: proposition to alter the Constitution, so as to But by far the greatest inconsistenc11!

the little congress to which the honorable member recognise in all its force and power, that in a Republican uujust, and unconstitutional Legislation. in appearance: ; that the innocent be not injured ;;; make the Sessions of the Legislature take place Democratic Address i is that which .
from Connetticut a
( Nile ] referred,subordinate : Government the sovereign people
are
a officers,about thl:11 :house, iuul'/1ed, the only legitimate source of all political power. Those, who may happen to be so unfortunate, that morality be not compromised ; the fact that: biennially, instead of annually,was brought before strictly economical administration ofti I

I found know not what consideration, who \' tie The social compact which binds us together i is as to combine the crime of poverty, with the courts are established by. society for society, for the Senate at the adjourned session. The project Government" to be one of the CUtDL,.

not deny.ready But to sustain I s-jy that*uc'i no! a respectable system.! That"l importingmerchant
can b futd between Penobscot: and influence to impose the[ action upon of popular either credulity State so a to i may thank the Constitution of the State, for sal- skill of disputants fix the precise limit rity requisite to carry a resolution for amendmentof WHEW What a whopper! "P 1

Richmond, whlwi give his opinion in favor of: or Federal vation from the tender mercies of Democratic between these two demands of liberty and T'
grave the Constitution.
it. if he is hOIlH man, and get his living by Government against the true interests of the U is true. What'llyoulayit'salier .

importation himffVH.! !. then how are we to people, is a species of fraud and tyranny over: Justice. justice, is one of the most difficult subjects in the This measure, which the example and expe- mention beat Major'Longboic all lWllLfl .

decide 'Against the authority of our own experience mind, which we, a Democrats, never have and Reader, be ye Whig or Democrat, recollect whole range of political ethics-a subject worthyof rience of the neighboring; States of Georgia and Economical administratioy CtUdIM'
!-Against the authority of these thousand never will tolerate. It follows from this position that WM. A. KAIN who the and fearless
highest most intellect
of substantiated facts 1 Against these cases that we are firm believers in the doctrine of In- aspires to make laws the pu. Alabama recommends to our adoption, and which ciple tJuit has ever guided the

now blushing with recent fraud I Against the example struction. Fdundcd and as our government for the whole United Stales, VOTED FOR THIS rest honesty and humanity, and profoundest as would necessarily be a vast saving of expense, ministration? How unblushing 13 t1i 1
sustaine
ngamst not that only of all of the the continental English! government governments, but: is, upon the will of We there LAW. JUDGE YE, HOW WELL FITTED well as most extensive learning." did not find a sufficient number of supporters, tery, which makes such an assertion-1

: the Zollverein, carrying their specific/ duties much: fore regard it not only as the right, but the dutyof HE IS FOR THE STATION. This question, which the Philosopher from among the economical ((7)) Democratic Senators. the verdict pronounced in 1S40, by the .

father! Against all%this, what have we-what:t the people, THROUGH THEIR PROPERLY CONSTITUTED whom we have quoted, (who has made Political Where fc
was our Democratic Senator and would who drove these ffvtof
Why we J have the recommendation of ORGANS, TO INSTRUCT THEIR REPRESENTATIVES "XO WORK NO PAY" money changers I
the President of the United States and the Secretary and Senators, on all important Ethics his earnest study,) felt himself bc Member of Congrcss,& 31. A. KAIN ? He pie, because of the stupendous system of
of the Treaury-hih respectable! ons- questions, either ot principle or policy and thatit : Is not the rule by which the Democratic can unable to decide-the frivolous where
penny-a-hncrs
Ier : was we found him, pn the Resolution to agance, ichich. had made the Gore1 ?
respectable private life-respectable, : I may i is the duty of such Representatives and Sena- didate, WM. A. KAIN, is willing to be governed.A of the Morning News and
say eminent in many_walks of public life-but J I[ tars to obey such instructions. The resolution offered in the Ledger dispatchin keep Members from drawing pay for service a. den of must add neither them trained in the implicitly was Senate, last the twinkling of an when
knowledge eye-even, theirdecsion which
they did not render the S
!
: constituency, source of all have -AMONG THE NAYS sury Pap, a breed of leeches,
of commerce-neither of them having had habits power winter, which read as follows:- involves the
,
of intercours with practical men of the cities.: the right to determine whether or not the agent: "Resolved condemnation of a man,, What THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Prices, and lloyds, who drained tie e
entrusted by them, faithfully executes their will by the Senate, 8fc., That no member whose political opponents feel proud to reckonas
yet here in the first year of their administration I CONGRESS WAYS OPPOSING ECONOMY ? Howis from the body politic.
; -fresh to the duties thrown upon them, they in obedience to the provisions of the social com: of the General Assembly shall receive payment one of their countrymen-an advocate, whose that '
gentlemen of the Convention ? How ,
came These are the acts of the party
come out with recommendation of change of
a a pact. other
for any time than h* actually conduct the
on occasion
ystem-they propose a new system adverse to all seve. alluded to, the entire you to offer the people such a person a candidate ; Convention has Economy for 8
a
a says
It.needs no ghost from the grave to tell us"who in the same, except he be sick and not able to attend
advocates unite
body of
our own hostile that to
we ,
experience toevery thing approve. ? The Delegates who made the nomination to e
Give them the chance
have )learned different the ; the "people's constituted Wall to the his Principle.
ever from experience organs are. discharge of official duties. Where was all this virtuous
indignation t would have done well to have Plorida4 1
cf other the face of the earth- pent put the repeated a of in
on system
every country understand, the General Assembly of the On the of this resolution, WM. A. of economy ,
and which stand on th? responsibility of their own passage up, when GEORGE M. DALLAS defended MON Whig question-"Wito is" WILLIAM A. and wretchedness Will be the monat
individual opinions! I do not think that this is a Slate, to be indicated by these words. Power KAIN VOTED NAY Strange to say, there ROE EDWARDS, and after the latter
Jiair was KAIN ? By the first Monday in October, we mark the workings of this D mcrW
balance of authority, and since no body here is alWays stealing, from the many, to thfcw. were but three votes for it. Would Jl/r. Kain ted CDttC-
4 t r ':. U uphold it-..since nobody here will defend if, it i endeavored to secure his (DALLAS'S) fee will manage to make them little) better acquainted Our readers will all agree with Wt
.1jjzs fair enough for ; Carry out this new fangled doctrine, pay a mechanic who ran off and left his work ? out of the stolen
me to say, with rntjre. respect to money ? Far distant be the day, with William A Kahn not (to
is
'4 ; politically speaking consistency is it
;;. .ihe head of the gn'ernrJjt., and tilt d'-'.tllWil which! our friends the delegates to the Demo. No But he is willing to pay members the when such hireling scribblers a jewel-
# ',4." ,' are. to give laws to than they will be at any pains to thank us for. the Democratic casket. *

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c.Wl.'Tll i T I IcA fact entirely repealed the odious tariff of the meagre majority obtained-fo- measure I resuscitating nn exhausted Treasury se- -i ; 4.FRANKLIN' I F'anJii,1 Circuit Conrt. I

I ,1jIT UIrr.O\"Eyr'7S. I '42," &c. and therefore entitled to the sup- after all such appliances, does no', wc I Palate bill to authorize the various sub-trea CIRCUIT COURT. I John nabCO, ) ,.

; 11(1 ir" (!S'1'i.".."..'." .'L to raie money port of the Convention, is also of so questionable think, justify the glorification on the part surers to receive money on deposit, and allow Benjamin ElSn. Guardian of Md I vs. V December Term 1946. ..1 .

!bcnc that I the rowrr it, is confined to I, a character as hardly to he deemeda of the Republicans, which has been and i is interest thereon at the rate of 3 per garet and David ,I Joseph B. Brown. N
Cxrend .
of JOSEPH
children BROWN SIR
ITan'n', arrT"r 11ateIIU: the deleati'd po\'er Jt test of orthodox democracy, for this reason, now being got up, on the occasion But cent per annum." D. Chun-hill'infant TO I :- .
'" t.I'''n David D. Churchill, deceased. You will please nc tire that I haTe instituted
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..rir, :tclO tfrcu<:1.d< r"t whether ttirP i'I. thr.t it is admitifd on all hands, that the nil despcrandum is our moto. We shall Verily, the party in power are now V }; Cross Bill. I. suit, returnable tile II the nest December Term

:-.iill5 trt b e E'd c"n to the f'dernl %:o\"rrnrr..ent, the} principle of protection-the very principle not yet dispair of the repulic, although po- going it" with a Irish hand. Not saiisfied Alohon Loubat,:and the SouthernLife I. of Franklin Circuit Court, in the Western Circuitof

tf delept,,hIt b into ('xpcution would the aut1olfcC im--: denounced in the preceding Resolution-is liticians may, for a time, practise deceptionand with a scheme which will enable the sub- Insurance and Trut Com I I the State of Florida to Le holden at the CourtHouse

.I....'",!. atlOns an,1 penditures Misiippi for : plainly and unequivocally embodied in the work evil. With an instinctive aversion treasurers to Swartwout with tht Government pany. J I. iri the city Apalachicola, on the second -

..... t prl of ?e na\"iation- of the I. new tariff bill Further comment on such to all exclusive privileges and unjust monopolies 'I funds they propose also the IT appearing to the satisfaction. of the Court, I. Monday in December next, upon :certain

. .rif. ( :' inconsistency is needless. we will still cherish the hope that unsuspecting people. affidavit made and riled, that the Southern : mortgage executed by you, dated the first day of

,,Q ".: t ef.10' "ftffl and mature that"onSider-l i The 5tli Resolution may pass with the the day is not distant when the right andinterests [Savannah Republican. Life Insurance ,and Trust Company, one of the : July! one thousand eight hlrdrt and forty, in
fJ Tta b' arr of opinion I defendants to the above bill, is in the i and upon the following dt' real estate, I ly.
dihP F' jettt( In the power"TO BEGCOMt1tCE : single remark, that its opposition to internalimprovement of the masses of our people-of I locte < (
,,0:1: :0 ouJd !I AD VALOREM: Territory of Florida, to wit,in County, and : ing and being in said city of Arabchicola.! Co
It J5 ANDi41 : the General Government the be alike D.rTIES-.Custom-lfuuse
i by is millions will
: S TIOS I toiling guardedby .
tbl 'OREIGI wit Lot
,d WITH that there i is not officer or director of said : : Number Two ( ) in Block Number
I I any
Et"r....\L TJS.CclMun's: NtI I IJI01G deemed ;good democratic doctrine, (which the government under a system of just I Oaths.. -The New York correspondent of Institution within this Judicial District,or where I'. Sixteen, together with the:Dwelling! Hoiwe thereon

,-ttt t!, 'II1' P.Hs <*<"*" *. :,I| we admit,) what kind of democrats may and equal laws, such as our glorious institutions the National Intelligencer( who, as everybody service can be made. It is therefore ordere. I I situale ail the premiss thereto belonging ;

"rl" .J OV I..TE1.u. rEO\1fC'TS. ,1 John C. Calhoun and his satellites be called and the progressive:::; spirit of the age knows, held office in the Custom Uouseunder that the said Sluther Life Insurance i morfjragevas given to secure the

:Jl:1!coc to resnWe: commerce among!: ihenn'er ? may require.-[JIuscogcc. Democrat. I Company answer the said bill cf complaint or payment of three Fr-miss-ory Notes of the following -
,.. to cnnnaK'andto or the the last Administration relates the confesso it : tyle uid df-icriptiorj o iue tlatcxi the first
.fht .V carnnt ic1ude a power I Cth Resolution: as little may be the same wi be taken pro against on
I tate'd' ," improve the navi- I said, though we doubt very much the [Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.] following, on his own personal knowledge : and that order be publishe in some newspaper day of July, IS m, //or thcmra of3j 2.>, payable -
r(13.10 in order to facilitate, published in Apalachicola, to John W. Bahccck, or order with interest .
atef CUtS : promptness and prudence" of the President WASHINGTON August 3. "A merchant, by the name of had I .
:tion of ..:uh a 'ommerc-c, without Greer of once a week for four months. on r ht fir-tdayof May[ 1M1 ; one of like-
Pittsburch I
d seuTC in the :Mexican difficulties well Judge was to-day, entered this
_. i as as tepeatedly goods at customhouse
'.t an dep3rtl: from the I or- THOMAS I date: description, and for a like sum, payable .
IiI" ; t rmstruction question the of making a belief nominated Justice of the Supreme Court. I l h fraudulent invoices, the DOUGLAS
propriety to
0 with
!a1tu! thC term! trenthcned: by thewhich ) verity (Teste.) Judge. I interest, on the first day of Ocober. 1S41 ; :
'iIJ1.11t:1: : rt of doublless led to such Executive qualifications a proper test He is said to be a competent and respectable of which he swore. At length he was dis 'V'IL.UU: V.U.E-t. Clerk. and lastly. one date on the said. :: day of July,

1IC In n\"l'nienc's t\.I'. rf'mPdia! pwer to Conre:::: ,;" : of democratic f.iiih. It is a mere matter of person, and will be confimed by the covered. As soon as he suspected the discovery palachicola, August IS, 1SIG. 3 -..m'In Is U7, for tf.e!' :mU t3.r| payable to John W.Babcock .

,eratt 0.I. of. Ban! BMS nil, March 0, oppnion, about which even the friends of Senate. he called! upon me at my house and Chancery. or his order with interest, on the first
I t/c4ISl1' ;ciDA' \Ir. Polk may: and do differ." Mr. Buchanan determined on Saturdayto stated that he should probably have somedifficulty FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT. day of May, 1S12; all of which suns make up
I
e Ridt: *.; rict.Contruotion-Cal- remain in the State Department. Mr. I with the collector, in which case I Henry G. Guyon, } Bill for Injunction execuJonvs. the full sum of$13o5 77, with interest at eight
the Stat ARRIVAL T131Tvc1ve IIJDERXLI \. Pickens is here and have surmisedthat ) per centum per annum until thesaid Notes arc
of of Trust and Relief..hmEs
"/ ." ares t fed)>nd KankXullific2tion, I| days later from Europe.The he is again to have the offer of the retnat ked, without permitting him to proceed C. Boote. } promised to be paid. And that I will make application -
States to said Court at aid" Term that
\ hort opinion of the same Hibernia brings to the United States London .Mission, which, i is said, he wouldnow I that I was a Government officer, and IT appearing to the satisfaction that of the James Court C., i iby .I and all persons claiming, or to claim by through'0,
filed in this
| the Oregon ratified the British accept. would all he said to the collector. aldn'it cause, under be
will treaty by report 1 or you, may for ever foreclosed and
If it Boote the defendants resides beyond the j!
tat Improvement. Government, under the seal of the new for- The expected'eto Message on the Harbor : lie continued ; Five or six thousond one the barred of, and from you cr their rights or equity
limits of the State of Florida, hut within
we will publish; the opinon and River bill, was communicated to dollars is j of redemption in the said ..
; eign minister, Lord Palmerston. j no object to me ; and I know you United States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana. i I mortgaged property.*
j favor of incidental protcc- j This important document was signed by the House to-day, and produced deep sen- wi not betrayed the confidence I repose in It is ordered, that publication be made once aweek JOHN W. .BABCOCK.

astrj by duties levied on the his Lordship and :Mr. McLeon on the 17th sation. The \Yester democrats are vehement you. I again stopped him, stating that if he for four month in the Commercial Advertiser By his Atorne.
WM. (;. YIS.
JUS. ,, at the} foreign office and afterwards conveyed and open in their denunciations of the persisted I should order him out of my a newspaper published in the city of Apa- Apalachicola, August 11, lIfi...{ 3i.imFor .
by express, for despatch by the Ilibernia President. house. Lie said nothing more, except urg- lachieoU, requiring the said James: C. Boote to : -
,. O.L1'lJ: TIME.: -It is stated ,, by his Excellency: McLean, the Ame- This bill was designed chiefly to continueor I ins: that "the Oi7tk was only custom house appear and answer the said bill of complaint or *>nle.7Ss .

a* customary f"r the donr- I ricanHniter to Great Britain. complete worls already: commenced, on oath." Immediately on going I to the customhouse the same will be t.ke pro confesn against him. / THE DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT
for the New England: \ THOMAS DOUGLASS, i (f'f situated the cf and
lam's I the Western Lakes and Rivers. The f| on corner Cherry Highaiiij.streets
in the House of Lords on the 17th of sum I reported to Mr. Curtis, the
itb their water! ; and it was I (Te.te.) Judge. I Apalachicola, and known as Lot
is thirteen hundred
thousand .
jal appropriation bill under July the Marquis of Lansdowne rose: and appropriated I I coicclor. the conversation verbatim, as nearI 'Vrr.T.IA:1r.U.LTAt Clerk. I No li>, Block 4, on map of aid city. The

'/. Col Thomas Claiborne, said that it was his duty to lay before their dollars. I I I recollect it. The min; was arrested Apahchicola, August. ', 1SJG. 32-1m I I dwelling House is very conveniently constructed,

'Iron Virginia: when the I Lordships. and that House, the treaty which The President in returning the bill, objects I gave bail, and ran away. I: and is one of the most desirable! locations for residence -

ed to iUert one to supply )had(] jus been concluded between Her Majesty to it on constitutional ground. He I .r now repeat, abandon specific duties, In the Western Circuit Florida. :: in the city. Apply to T. L MITCHELL,

TS with!) eemelluTig stronger. and the Government of the United i considers:that to make these improvementsis and at least one half your invoices will be FRANKLIN- CIRCUIT COURT. I Esq., Apalachicola, or to

ilaid the chairman, but ui- I Slates[ iu reference to the Oregon Territory I not within the province of the General fraudulent and sworn to because "they arc Raphael J. Most-s, Administrator, &c. )) RICHARD CATLIN,

-. til it be pur r Furl, fir, : lie had the satifaction of informingtheir Government, which was created for limited nothing but custom house oaths.11RESTORATION" of John Lock, deceased, J l August 11, IS 16. 31-2m Tensacola.
vs. } --- ---- -- ---
and for several sesint -
pt icj:ly; .
that ratifications Ind that specified purposes.He For Kent.
and ho- Lordships ant Jame A. Abnrn, Administrator, &c. |
fling: and peach I'
aWeas swilchcll: : and t those day been exchanged. objects to the policy as unjust, because of Litham: Babcock, deceased. J THE Hcoss. known as the "SANS
it takes from the States to be Above all others fJoes it behoove the State : SOUCI," n-nv occupied by Mr. R. E. Rai-
the secret vrondered at the I A similar motion was made in the House money al appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, Bin|

,I'i 2tjmervand! fuel l con m'd. j, of (Commons by Lor-l! Palmerstnu, who ap- expended for the benefit a few Districts.: of :linf to be up and! doing, if the people IT that one of the defendants in the above suit, fcjjjy raond. Possession. will- b given the first
1 He objects that it is because it of to aid in the work to wit, Hilliard Babcoclc! resides the limits ot Uctober. C. AUSTIN"
[X V. ...l.Jfiling"crrl: :. j pcar 'd at the bar: and stated tint he had a dangerous I desire great beyond
the Mornixz; JVeirj, will | paper to present by command) of her Majesty. would, if pursued, create sectional jealousy of RESTORATION. No State is more injured of the State of Florida, in parts unknown to Agent for the Trustees Apa'la Land Co.

'frlli/onm, of the Democratic: i and bitterness, and destroy the harmony of than Maine by the infamous British bill! the complainant. I is ordered, that said defendant Auynt 11, IS 10. 31ItAdministrator's-
I do and to mid bill of com-
aner IVoticc.
I The new ministry has fairly to wor' the Union. of Sir Robert Walker. Her commerce, appear
city he will find that the got phint by the first Monday in December. 1S-1G, months after the publication of this notice
j and the\ business of the is again in a As the country increases in extent, these her ;agriculture! her infant: manufacturesall SIX
country I otherwise samvill[ be taken confe-vo,
the "City Fathers, ix tksncyards the pro I! shall apply to the Court of Probate ofFranklin
for improvements would} become
state of procresinnI dcmml have received a stunning blow, from : provided, th3t publication of thi order be made j County, Florida, for letter of dismis-
itf rrancc-not th? I I All the members have !been returned without I Greater, and would impoverish the common I it wil lie long before they will recover in some public! paper printed in this Circuit oncea II sion from the estate of David C. Kolb:, deceased,

.. The Editor best kr.mvs un- oppositon except Mr. McAuley and i Treasury.Finally. yet, few States have contributedmore week for four months. a Administrator, and all persons interested in

s chased.. Lord Uebrin l'n. i he says that, in time of war, no I to bring this destruction upon their THOMAS DOUGLASS, I said: estate are hereby notified to file exceptions

I In every quaiter a disposition exists to appropriations but, those of pressing importance own heads limn has the State of Maine; (Teste.) Judjre. if any they have, in the manner and form required -

\G< THE INDIAN?. give the new appointments a fair trial ; inconsequence oug'u! to be made. The government through her own faithless Senator and Representatives. ""I.r.nrrAfU7, Clerk. bvlaiv.

frauds! of the Vin Buren I : of the excitement now passed, was now compelled to resort to a loan: andit Not content with the votes _.Apalachicola, August 15, 1546.- 3'2.-m JOHN GILL SHORTER Adm'r.

d before the public ? Bu|I the! rounIrflcCl, repose! awl with the exception was necessary to husband al its resources. I of one Senator and seven Representatives, John W. Babcock } Assump itsur. Attachment. August 11, IS-In, 31-Gm- ---

tt Wednesday, in the Sen- ],t of thp Sugar:::; duties. there is no pro- The question beinj, the bill pass, the infamous leaders of the Loco Foco pirtyof vs. > Sum s\-or to 831U 23. Da- Hard Pine Timber "\'aiited.T .
the President's I Wm. H. Kelton, ) mages S 2000 00. HE subscriber will contract for 4i>,000 cubic
Bill Mr. Den-.1 I minent question likely to embarrass ininUiry notwithstanding objections, Maine have succeeded in forcing, by i
b-Treasury animated discussion took that defendant and all others interested, are feet long leaf, fine Yellow
:; or test their capability. an place consumed palpable: fraud another free-tradtrupon the THE gram Georgia
I
nonlinary disclosure, which II TIP! afi'airs of this session of Parliament ] the daThe \\,ester democrats, I State in place of the faithful Evans. Up I notified of the institution of the I Iabo'c Pine Timber, hewn square 12 inches and upward,
commenced attachment issuedout
1, tIle BaIimore .Amcriran :\Ir. M'Dowafl!! of Ohio :Mr. Mr. suit, by clear of sap, the larger and longer the better-
n : will be wound the middle of Douglass, Whigs of Maine, to the work The I
I up! probably: by up of the County Court of Franklin County, in none less than 20 feet long-to be delivered at
.' .sToni 1Jrd the Senate by the' August.Tho Wentworth, and Mr. James Thompson FOURTrJTI: : of SEPTEIIn: is close at'I' the late Territory, now State of Florida, returnable Apalachicola by or before 1st May next: cash

irrence which took j'l.ice in'I ;great movement to reimburse \Ir.I condemned the President's objections. The a whig Legislature, to expose to the May Term IS 14-and that said suit on delivery. Persons wishing to contract for-the

140. A Mier was sent to Cobdcn flit the h loss of health! and money isProZreSinz question will be taken to morrow. :and] denounce the fraudulent election of a !; has been by operation of law transferred to the whole or a part can do so, by applying by mail or

I ihe "Senate to be read. It I apace. There seems every The House passed a resolution for supplying Senator, and choose a Wins to the vacant j Circuit Court of said County,in the Western Cir otherwise to J. F. POT Esq.: at Apalachicola.DAVID .

iictitiil.i ; written i in August. f chance that the hundred} thousand pounds the new members with copies of the seat in the U. S. Senate. Elect Whigs to j cuit, and that a declaration hath been filed in GODD\R

'. Hartley Crawford. then I I fixed upon as the maximum of the amount Register of Debates, and State papers, &c. the [muse of Representatives: who will be j said came and they are hereby required to appear August 1 1516. 31-tf

Tin letter w.ss written toin ; to to? nivfn! to him. will be raised.l.ff Tlis will give Gales ;Sexton thirty or forty in favor of restoring the Tariff. I is time j: und plea! to the same on or before the December cz- Albany (Ga.) Patriot and Courier
said Circuit Court
'' Term next, of or judgementby will give the above four insertions and send accounts -.
dollars. It i is the
ii v rr in 3VIio Hui. under theft :!1' >ns will he made; I lo raise a splendid( : transaction you were up aOl( doing. Let your speakers! default will be given anint: them. to this *

i,. Secretary fVtr i.tui: the, tntiiuMiicnf: in Sir Robert Peel, by meanof of the kind, for it exhausts the editions expose, before the outraged, people. the authors WM. G. M- DAVIS, ofce.Nou'nrs
... of the books and: it is not probable that they of their Let the Honey of Lh-c.or
: Ttf':1SUfltt:! its ohjwt : ;"'m v Mihsnipiirms throughout I ihe British wron!!" Whig papers : Attorney for Plaintiff.Aapalachicola.

S : ,"..'. t'.1'* [lId; the
: "t/U< tjf lid B'l'tJf (at ti*. : :r.!Ii 1,1; ,.. The Western, men declare that they I the cry of RESTORATION RESTORATION 3s the Circuit Court Weslern : warranted to be Lung..

.' -. < 2 t !arg' l.i flrprl'rifi.tJ.-: PAIVMAMKNT._Tin* proceeding;;: in ihe would not have voted for tie new Tariff bill, be heard: from York to AroosI \ oCtlc. ed leJdin.to of vegetable Consumption substances only, for salv compo-by

'I/' c, t hi',; fJ..jtbf"r.tft'1'n"rn ,.. "' !t: ?- ;lion---1! of Prl.ni"iit: : p-js-sess;: considerable: if thev had known that they were to lose I took., and from Pemaquid to the Canada STATE OF FLORIDA, JACKSON COUNTY. augll J. C. ALLEN.

r i-i. liie letter la the Ag.*tit and it;: :I1f1r..t. their Harbor line. Let nut one man who voted for the I Benjamin \Vynns and Caroline
., __ bil.'V'
...... r r -L'1" .'. HLJ). I. Mr. Dtittcone wi-hnd 10 hear from the- no- \ I GTO August 4.-o infamous bill of abominations of 1S4G, be W. Vynns his wife, late Caro- THE CHEAPEST MAGAZINE IN

:p '- K. 1'oik appointed this TJr. CrawJudjf : l I.h'! Lord iiifii-oSf :a di-tiiit avowal of his The Bill for the payment of the claims permitted to return tothe next Congress. line Watsnn, Administrators THE WORLD !

: dt t the Criminal Court in thp.-i\ views; on the leading topics of the day. (or French Spoliations prior to 1800, to the "To _your' tents,- 0 Israel !I"-r f I.Boston. .Atlas. I of JzmcV'itson.! deceased,
,' \ Lrd John IluHI drrlined this cate- extent of five millions, was finally passed Complainants.Walter I
l):s'nrt: of Columbia. He was more fitted ; AcQL'ITTo.-'Phe Hon. G. D. Shor- \'". TWO VOL'U1IESPER ANNUM
oru.l J aitahlvsi- but while said It .
r ; :, l1oinc so, to-day, by a an ample majority. onlyneeds
Robinson and Allen H. FOR FIFTY CENTS EACH.
in juiL-pil than to Jude.J; !' lufc'i..tr; to poiiit. the moral of his future the signature of the President to become trid:e, one of the Judges of the Circuit I
Bush, Executors of Jacob Robinson -
Tins; ;appointment with that of B. F.1! ('ar< ''r ,. Mim-ter. to the !principles of Free a law. The bill provides for the institution Court of Alabama was recently tried at I deceased ; Richard H. I. PROSPECTUS OF 1

Bailer as District) Aunrney in New York :': TrHh': V..t nhch:: h; vowed his unswerving of a Board of Commissioners to Tiilladegia, Ala. The [Hon. Geo. Goldih- I' Long ; Samuel Steptens Sheriff In Chancery. The Talisman, and IllustratedOdd

11ldultlt.: examine and) ascertain the claims, whichare waire persidiug, for alledged, perjury and of Jackson County and as Fellows' magazine.
and various others of the follunrrs of :Martin I
:: Ju-tire to Ire'!;;n.!i. IH; would literally carry to be paid pro rata. Payment is to be honourably acqniter1 A meeting of theTslladeca 'I' such, E\-Ofncio Administrator THE undersigned proposes to publish! hereafter
VanBuren. plainly shows what sort of men hut with the established{ lands the Government Chancellor Ligon I of Jacob A. deceased of
out, r- *!p't to made in ( at price. I Backwel in the city Philadelphia, a new literary and
Mr. Polk has selected for his associates.; church r-f that rouri'rPremier: !! thought The benefits of this tardy act of justicewill was Chairman: and a meeting of the citizens :.I and \ miscellaneous periodical under the above title, to
of the same both his deceased; Allen H. Bush, in be devoted to the sublime and hallowed principlesof
j in this be distributed the descendants county pronounced :
"Show it imprudent to < P early stage widely I
me your company and 1 I'll tell you !wed his William Nick.i the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The
'boyouare.tt"e to hear Win of the 1 I)usjness.The ot I the original claimants being scattered acquittal' a triumphant vindication of a els,own Jonathan right ;Davis and Jesse '; want of an organ at this point has long been felt
expect i\I.1 I same evening Lord John Russell declared through all parts: of the Union. much injured. man. His accuser ought to Coe Defendants. by the numerous body to who: highest interests
Price, Linn Boyd and others of Van be tarred and feathered," for ihe atrocious the publication will be faithfully devoted. The
U-1 I that he would make his views res- The veto of the Harbor Bill was again apnearin to the satisfaction of the Judge,

Bcren's leg treasurers, getting some fat ofi i I i! pectin the sugar duties known on Mon jay.tninuficturing discussed, and upon the question shall(the calumny.: -[Jluscogee Democrat. IT by the Affidavit of the Complainant, Benjamin cardinal blessed principles virtues of of the our Christian order-which Religion-will are the

lice before Ion?. I Co tur.cuL.-The: } districts bill pass notwithstanding the President's Wynns, filed herein that one of the said de- be advocated with unfaltering fidelity and zeal.-
SPECIE SHIN PLASTERS. In the debate
arc busy, and confidence IJe\'ais.- objections, the vote was yeas 90, nays !91. vs. defendants, to wit: Jonathan DIvis rs a nonresident The social and friendly relations which exist,
ANOTHER DEMOCRATIC COXYE-TIOX.1 I i Th<> season continues all that we Had the House been full the majority wouldhave on the Sub-Treasury, Messrs. Ben- of the State of Florida, but resides in the demand at our hands corresponding duties and
ton aud Allen opposed the issue of Treasury i State of (;eoria.It obligations! ; they constantly calf npon ns to
We :
below the sio been the other There are
give the of seven
comments way. exercise Benev' lence and Charily-Temperance
Drafts b the Government :and Messrs. is ordered, that the said Defendant, Jonathan -
Mueogee: Democrat The cotton market i is firm, with good States interested immediately in the navi- ) and Fidelity-FRIENDSHIP, LOVE ASD TRUTH.
certain resolutions said Com
and
on Calhoun Lewis supported ; lie measure! Davis-do answer
business and have upward\ of the Lakes all but Ohio appear These di and excellencies,
,
steady prices an gation one ( ) TnguI5htd'iru :
lately passed by the Democratic Convention, Which doctrine is most in accordance with plainant's: Bill, within three months, or the same it will be primary object of the proposed
Democratic and of which will
tendency. none readily be taken confessed ato him : Provided,
of the sound Democrat. as publication to inculcate upon the minds and I'
2nd District of Georgb, in which, The I latest arrivals from the United States forgive Mr. 'Polk for his veto of this bill. Democrc1-llusco.e[ hal due publication be made of this Order in harts of its readers In its pnges the Order will

Convention prti..l' the Oregon Treaty, show that the .ast crop will not exceed} two But other States not directly interested, see At last we have the Presiden's Veto of some newspaper printed in this Circuit, once a e.'er their great objects and interests fairhfulyad'ocated '

:and give :Mr. Polk the credit of the nego- .' milion. one hundred thou.--.nl bale, and no propriety in paying towards their im the River and Harbor Bill. It is words fitly week for three months Succcisivel". conductor will and zealously[ supported.abstain from' all those
DOUGLAS must carefully
- triumph sent year, owing to the lateness;: of the tinuance of the system will lead to great protons the life of the Democratic party. STEPHENS & he will ever be found ready to defend .

t of Free Tr.-de-5tlstain the course I spring, are Dot particularly promising.I difficulties. The vetoed bill did not contain i But they are so determided on suicide, Complinant's Solicitors.WATSON, Clerk, the institution to which, it is his pleasure! and
the President I I privilege to belong, from all the unjust attacks
toward l\Iexico-an 1 de- -- item that had not been
I a single recommended there is no saying what they pick Clerk.
I rope may By S. BRYAN: Deputy of its opposers; this will ever be done in the
aonoceall Journals, which to dis- I TIFF RILL PASSKD.-The new Tariff and estimated for, b the Engineer -[Charleston 1S4R. 32-3m
presume ) up. Mrcury. Marianna: : Au- 5, auglS spirit of kindness and charity
sent from the opinions in said Bill has fmaSly: passed( both Houses of Con- department. 9 The Odd Fellows' Magazine'will contain a
expressed
j I gress after one of the fiercest struggles perhaps The Senate on motion of Mr. Evans, FREAKS } TYPOGRAPHY".-The editor! of In the Western Ci'coi Florida. great variety of interesting and useful matter,such

solutions :_ ever witnessed a meagre: majority took up the bill for remitting duties of rail- the Evangelical Observer. in reference to an FRANKLIN COUIT. as moral tales, poetry, essays: &c.; and it will en

few"On these resolutions we shall make: a I of one vote in the Senate and 19 in the road iron already laid down or ready to be I individual, took occasion'to write that he was John W. Babcock, )I deavor Fellowship to disseminate with: energy the and true zeal principles: no pains of or Odd expense -

Comments, in the order in which they : House Mr. Ha\nor (Democrat,) Senator laid down. The policy of remitting dutieson I Ii rectus in ecclesia, that is good standing in James A. Aborn\ AdminIn Chancery. will be spared to make it worthy of thepatronage

stand>
snesiion er. may be fully presented to the rea- .I the vote was taken, ant Messrs. Cameron i beneficially, increasing the number of! dead language, in the Editor's absence, co.c' deceased, et. also J / but of already the reading been public secured generally.from Contributionshave ot the ablest

They embody the principles of pernotfltJ.as -'! and Sturgeon (Dem.) of Pennsylvania, and rail roads throughout the! country. About I converted it into rectus in culina, which, although apearingto the satisfaction of the Court, by pens in the and numerous many others have

understood by the Convention, Mr. Niles of Connecticut, voted' against it, one hunlJretJ and fifty millions have been expended ', pretty good Latin, alters, in some IT Affidavit filed that Hilliard Babcock, andGeorae given us leave countr that our pases will be embellished -

3D2dL lonto( which is rrnde the test of the while Mr. .hra; anVhi( ) of Tennessee in railroads in this country. The ] degree, the sense, as it the reverend Babcock, defendants in the above Bill, and adorned with the productions of their

POlitical orthodoxy all the members of i voted, by instructon, for it.Ve hope sincerely bill was passed 24 to l j gentleman accorded. a good reside: beyond the limits of the State of Florida, gifted minds. The conductor will endeavor to
make it all its friends could
the
sanguine
most possibly
Island and
Iiii. les"of party and] especially! of the *. party pres- | t bat.1 will he well in the results arising A Civil and Diplomatic; Bill was before j standing in the kitche. to wit: in the and State of Rhode Delafield, Trustees- that of desire. :

the 2d Congressional District Toe : from passage of this bil, but we must the Senate. A warm debate occurred on I Lewis Curtis Joseph also defendants The Ladies will ever, we trust, find it a welcome !-
!
1st Resoluion we be; leave to demur, confess our fears as to the consequences.- Mr. Benton's motion to amend, by inserting QUICKER THAN LtGIT. I .-The I\'. Y. the Apalachicola Land reside Company the limits, of- companion in the pt'.rlour or boudoir. No
Bill
said
beyound
because of the falsehood' contained} its 1 i is the retained of 73OCO the installments Tribune, in alluding to the receipt of the to article will ever find a place in its pages whichcan
$
t on Not only principle protection an item to pay two the State of Florida, to wit : in the State of Sew tend, in the remotest degree, to raise a
hare ace.Ve do not believe'' that* "our righis therein, but there is great reason to be- due from Mexico, which Mr. | news by the Hibernia, gives the only illustration York. It is ordered that publication be made upon the cheek of the most fastidious. bush

K otto fatly maintained" in the settle- j i lieve that it will fail to raise sufficintrrrfTi'ei Shannon receipted for. The motion was : of the above phrase which we recoiled once a week for the space of tour months: in the It will be published monthly, on fine white paper,

!ctof the Oreoc boundary, because the i, for the purpose of government, during the rejected.A I ever to have seen. The Tribune says : Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper published with entire new type. It will be embellished \ithengraving

al more Contention claimed the "whole present difficulties with Mexico. We would motion to insert $4,500, as an outfit for .This intelligence was announced in :, in this Circuit, requiring: said defendants to ap and$ and events beautiful, both illastiations in ancient of and important

.ofOlregon or none," and 3Ir. Polk rc-itera- rather have had the bill delayed until the Arthur Middleton, Esq., while charge of Boston at half past six, and placed on the pear and answer the Complainant's Bill, other places history, and will be afforded to subscribers moer

YJ.ledthe: doctrine in his inaugural address.! war was ended. when the time would have affairs in Spain, was lost. bulletin of The Tribune in this city, at ticen- wise the same will be taken pro-confesso against unusually low price of One Dollar per annum

//lnS this' resolution therefore for the ofa In Grier's minutes past six!" them. payable in advance. It will toutain an
< as a test been more auspicious experiment Executive session Judge nomination .! WM. G. M. DAVIS, eu;
amount of matter to other periodicals,
** Democracy the whole Baltimore Tariffbihl and when less of the Courtwas \Ve presume that the Tribune Editor simil.1
CoII'* new danger to as Justice Supreme (Teste.) Solicitor for Complainant. AT HALF THEIR members of the orderare
IrL otion,_Mr. P01k, :\lr. Buchanan. Mes- the commercial prosperity of the country confirmed. must have used in this instance a new kind WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. very earnestly PRCE and respectfully requested to

<\,ass, inuegan, Allen, Breese, &c. would have threatened, in case said experi- of lightning. known a! the Fouricrite. Apalachicola, Aug. IS, 1S46. 32-4m.- use their best exertions to obtain subscribers in
toge} r with hundreds! of others, are not ment should not have answewcd 1 the hopesof TiE SUB-TREASURY n.oNK.-OUr readers [Savannah Republican. their respective neighborhoods and Lodges
Notice There will be two volumes of the work publishedeach
&eflUint democrats Benton denouncedthe . Pubic
of the pure grit its friends. remember how Mr. --- application will be made year; six months to the volume.

jectio'TU.e2d Resolution, we hive; no ob- There are moreover, some features con- proposed amendment to the SubTreasury \TOTrCE.-pETER, HOBART, Esq., i is my IS to hereby the General Assembly of the State of Flori- Those who forward FrV DLLuS shall receive

n. save that there is no principle what- nected with the passage of the Bi, which which authorized the Government to I authorised agent during my. absence from da, at the next session thereof, to amend the Several eleven copies of Volume I. the : six months ;
tRrin,0 d j in the State of Florida. TEN DOLLARS, twenty-three volumes; 'and for
the Annexation of Texas- which we cannot approve. presenceof issue treasury drafts in connection there- acts of the Legislative Council of the Territory
tDt of the first volume
fifty copies ,
HENRY G. GUYON. TWENTY DOLLABS,
-for tan ''t be considered a test of democracy Cabinet Officers on the floor of Congressto with. He then said!, with that feature, it June 3'') S 16. Florida, viz: "An act to amend an act, en- will be forwarded-reducing the price to .
many democrats of the country opposed infiunce legislation-the whipping in" would be a National Bank of the most odious -Apalachicol titled an act to Incorporate the City of Apalachicola CENTS. FIT

and some Whigs supported the niea- I by the government "Organ" of refractory kind, and that, as for himself, he would 1\TOTCE-Mr.[ WM. H. LONG is our agent ," approved 2d February, 1S33 ; &An act to Those who prefer it can subscribe for both volumes

lure" Senators and Reprpsentatives-the urgent rather take any institution that ever existed j ( during our absence from the.State. amend an act, entitled an act to Incorporate the for the year, by forwarding double( the,
The 2d March 1SJ1 amount stared above. The price is unexampledin
3d J Resolution' embodies good dc- and inflammatory appeals made to party from the Owl Creek Bank" to the Bank May 30 MILLER & Co. City Apalachicola, approved ; the history of
tnocrtic .. An act to amend an act Incorporating the Cityof litlrar publcations
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doctrine, to which we heartily sub- pride and 1 party enthusiasm-the denuncia- of the United States," than it. The Senaterejected M. --- -- 15th March, 1S44 All letters to b Philadelphia. -
SCribe.'The CLINTON THIGPIN is approved ;
Mr. Apalachicola
my
Office the .new Book Store of
but the the
that
tions as "apo'state" and of men amendment, Washing NOTICE
taitors" establish and organize a Mayor'sCourt
agent during my absence An act to Grand Secretary, Odd Fellows Hall Ncrth Sixth
(( 4tb! which considers the pissageq : acting under the obligations of their solemn ton correspondent of the New York Com- from the State of Florid for the City of Apalachicola," approved street, and at No. 113 Chestnut -

q free l1ew Tariff Bill alf a'signal triumph onlu.c.. &c., arel unpleasant reminis- nifrcial Advertiser says : J.V.. BABCOCK. 13th March, 1844.Apalachicela .. : 5ttft.TU"PIILe

"de ,principles and) as hJviu: .:rnr(5 fh1 subject, while Another expedient is now talked of for Apalachicola, July 7, IS in. : .1 August IS, 15153'2 3m. PhiadIJrhi! Jltr, l l(( FIS. .

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U '. 1:1' TU BRUTE fell l, about fifiy4bdividuals, of all ages, forthwith -_ -_ -_ -- -_-- ---.,--- ----. ---_--_ 1ln nitttoC! ._ -- Drugs THE and 11l dl t flea,
4; Pennsylvania has fallen, and the final and mounted the benches, from the smooth-l Jackson -- I subscriber has
fatal; % wound given her in the Senate: House chinned Cia"cui Court. Administrator's Notice. : constantly haveon hand and ",
.' Adonis of 16, to the sleek, portly, TERM, IS FRANKLIN COUNTY-FLORIDA. 11 assortment of !
was inflicted) by the hand: of d'eonic \I. Dal- self-confident widower of 50, and the emaciated The Farmers' BaruVof SPlNG Virginia, I. persons indebted to the estate of Samuel : CINES, which DRUGS he willSL

las. Solon, Ihe Athenian: excluded parricide, bachelor of GO dressed in uniform AL late and of
i I Compl't. deceased, of this county, the best f'
from i his code as a crime too unnatural to be i! according to orders, in the gayest style. and vs. 1 In Chancery. may expect legal steps taken to obtain payment.And Merchants and Planter qUali:1: ii"

Jlo) sihle. Either human nature has chilll'; i j with t the utmost nicety, to make the (led- Thomas M. White, Adm'r, &c. all persons having demands against said estate to their advantage to call, examine aa/I :

. ficd, or Mr. Dallas i is a moial lusus nalur '. | er impression on the heart of the fair prize. t-t. al. Defendants.IT J will present them delay. For that Goods, before purchasing elsewhere/)

The[ bofnm; which bore him, nurtured him High swelled their bosoms with hope, as appearing to the Court by affidavit, that all l debts and demands of whatever nature against FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil! N. B. Physician's prescriptions tn I
from childhood 'I Robert W. Williams, one of the defendants, said estate which shall not be exhibited within care and accuracy at hour
% to :age fostered him ns mothers with studied action, the handkerchief I I and nervous Headache I Constipat, any of theda *H
foster their feeble children-for ;the flourished and the :|I resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, two years, shall forever afterward be barred. Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel), Flatulency J. C. M.Ldm*
i : glass was raised to the ireye. ) wit, in the State of therefore "TITOS. March 21 Cor.
bears Virginia. It is ORMAN, Adm'rdc boni non, .c. For sale wholesale and retail Centre and
;past no single memorial of a service But : by Corn
who shall the I
paint astonishment, ordered that said defendant and the Of the
appear answer estate of Samue Simpson, dec'd. Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN i ISalsam or
done to )herthat'Josom is Druggist. Live
bleeding under dismay, and rage which were depicted) in : said complainant's bil of complaint within four Apalachicola, July :? t. 20-21 --- REMEDY fly
the wound which he has inflicted. From I every countenance as they gazed upon each ,,I months from t the of t the first publication of r T'arraut's Cojsiponiid Extract of A discovered in most perfect i is said, lie\
months after settled
I ion of
childhood-for his ptn'ntloo was her debtor other and discovered the sudden failure of | ibis order, otherwise t the said complainants bill NOTICE-Six publica i Cahcbs and Copavia. Complaint ConsumptiV I
i : or of
their
will be the i
made any
-the bread! he has oaten has been hers; :all l their hupesVith? almost incredible.I of complaint shall be taken as against said I Hon. : of Probates for Jackson to for n Stands unrivalled for its I on the Chrono-Thcrmal incipient -1

ever in office, he has Known DO honor that velocity they descended from their unenviable 'I Robert W. '\filams as and for confessed, according a final Judge settlement of the administration county of,(the ,}: "t! c efficacy ; it r performs a cure Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated system' b1thePt tit.I .
she has not conferred her h to the the Statute in such case made : : *n a few da-"s-no onfi nc'rc10" Genuine tI1ed(i
ahvays dependant BALSAM
;
attitudes( to hide their diminished estate of William Bryan, deceased, late of said I OF LIVERWORT-
she has given to his hcplcssness more heads" among the crow I of and i this pr \'ided. I is further ordered, That a copy r county. ELIJAH BRYAN, H.i'J cr restriction in diet, I pares at 375 i BOWERY.; This plan\thithn]

than she has granted to the ablest! of her -. order be published in some newspaper June 30, iS w. 25-Gm Admini trator. i necessary. It will be I now espoused by several eminent cftr 'ttt
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I p'rinted and published once a week for four months. .. found inval<:ablebcing I and has been for ph'!
children. And here is her reward. 'J'ictt1I1ICI ] MTRMONI.L-t A "'\ pre a long time
C.trITALsTonr.--ThIe I
; Dated. this eight day of May, A. D. 15 1(3.( E KOTICE-Thirtyda 's alter the publi- Q t I pared: with the greatest I $ unparalleled the Il'tre rlI
) history of the world has no parra I-I I captain of a ship had laid I i in a basket of f 110. DOUGLAS, Judge. TAKE of this notice, I shall apply to the .' ,: possible rare, upon well]I I Taylor's medicine success in which has attended

lei for such an ;.et of ingratitude and cruejfy. : l- claret for his own table. After being sometime : A true extract from the minutes of the Court. lion- Judge of Probates for the County of, Franklin jiffIDfI.i.1.f 7 tested principle, fi-unded I i cures, which in performing its ,J.

But: .the turpitude! at'tins parricide: i is at sea, as he was overhauling his cabin L NATHAN WATSON, Clerk. 1 for the appointment of Commissioners to
not equalled bits: (folly.! He has sold and stores, he thought more bottles were missing C. II. Durovr, Counsel and 1t lot and sell otf the dower of the undersigned in I Htf' fir-t established! by the cel- I the Doctor can bring forward the CoIclusite: ? 1

betrayed her; but what has he won by the than he could remember of having Solicitor for Compl't. 1t t the estate of Ebenczer J. Wood deceased, late d iff cbrati-cl Dr. Foniyce I viz:: i we advice all who may have are rru'hbr.' -u

guilty contract ? used. \Vhile reflecting upon the subject, May S, IS 10. may30 2-1 mJt'a t the county of Franklin. < c that a cc.ulmjnntionofsim.. r colds c\'cn'o use this perfect cough* ,, :'
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His vote has ruined his native State.. t the idea] occurcd to him that probably the iH:1 Cirit Court M. A. WOOD. ilar remedies would product a mere certain, crlay.to! f ranldan says a small specific *
What j Apainchienla, 23, 1810. 23-1 mOTICE speedy I and considerable! dll/cl, than any equiva I big leak will'!1
ship. Therefore
an opportunity) was offered him of caliin boy was the cause of the deficiency' IN CHANCERY. .une lent dose I cure your
of
: : single l In eought
sating her and illustrating himself! To To ascertain the truth of his suspicion he: Mary Ann Rouen, } N -All persons having claims against disease entirely any prevented one. by its many caves the i, your lungs are past cure. For sale by hei

have rescued her miHions from the desolation concealed himself in a state room, and waited .3. > Bill for Divorce. 1 John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, deceased (tion. F'orsate bv timely apPlica-1. J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agents

that menaced them, to have vindicated( t until the time for preparing! dinner.- .John Rouen. ) arc requested to present the same dulyI Nov 5. J. C. AFOUSJ LLrl, Drn I APaLacbk
their confidence and. their The TT appearing from the afLn.it of the Solicitor I authenticated: within the time prescribed bylaw, I CAUTIOX-The genuine Deeter
cqtitd* Kindness; boy soon came in, and I M
-it having arranged L of the complainant:! : : defendant! John lor< (this notice be plead hi bar of their B.\"'AM or LIVERWORT, has en the I
was m fur which I the table! : \\il Ico- kI
opportunity I heart
true the
; !I went to basket!
: took
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out splendid steel
a Rouen resides the limits the plate
of State and indebted
beyond t:t.I j I j'Florida. very, persons to said estate, art engraving, to
al
would have i thought' the j.acri.'iee: of life l bottle, and} said, .T Dorslen I I te rt'jt-. preret
a t I e:1II: von born in I It i is ordered that publication bo mHleI i requested make immediate payment. !I signed by Gurdon J. Leeds,
cheap purchase.! He regarded it as the hour I Rotterdam, intends marriage; with Miss: I i in the (CommercM.1.! .Advertiser once a week for the B. ELLISON, Adm'r. I vile and dangerous imitations, and the any aUtt,.

4)( high 'clmll (, when he could dispose of l i Rosina Claret: born i in Bur mm fit1)'. Notice sunre of four month, of the institution of this Apal.ichioola, June .1 J, 1S1G. : -2m !, cautioned not to purchase or deal in puc ir ,: I

duty, gratitude, principle ami honor in a I I II is hereby given for the lust, second and I I siiil; ", requiring him: to appear and answer to the : I II I protected by (tie U. S. Copy Right Laws.'as '!'

lotto suit purchasciP. He[ did .co ; and I I third times ; if uo man appears to forbid the II .ll bdlC1 "I l before I the frstlL1yoi October next:, I J.M\TOT1CE-Six to the! Judge weeks of :Probate' aftci( of date Franklin, I will apply I i _AIirch2J.18R: 12-1 yTarraait's
from hill I side and nr r he sime will be us against County .
in
Oile.ed
valley, and I bans the
city solitude ) ceremony will immediately i : I lake : for fs of administration the estate of Elrervcscciu"Aperient. st
the wail of j him, and such further order made: in (the premisesas I Ic.t upon
accusation' will rise up l place. The roguish fellow thereupon to the Court seen Joseph C. Burd-.all, late of said county, deceased .

against him. Not from the rich will that h placed:: the bottle to his month, draned it, and I ( Copy-la.v Testc.) proper.A Sai.l Judge, having ordered, that additional HEALTH RENEWED, and an inv,>J

voice) come ; but the miner in 2 the bowels of t (:ast it out of (lie window. The captain} VALLEAU, Clerk. 1 1VM. bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1 lt condition of body p

the earth, the dusk-browed arti/.an at his said! nothing, but) after dinner went upon r ; 20-tm July next, il default therein, his l"ler.il G. I t by:theme of TARRANTSSELTZER EFFER\'EStb

bench the farmer I the laborer, will all arraign deck, provided( himself with a good, rope's 'fJyliI"t. --- revoked.
him ; and how will lie answer ? They) end, :and called the boy to him. "Jean," .CHAMBERS: MARCH 25, 1S46. THOMAS ORMAN. tlsc :X'ii5. I I I preparation is universally allowed fcS

]have his pledge for the Tariff cf '42, repeated ) said) hI''c got something interesting to, Cf:' ; a; COIH't P" :! ;n CO :Hy.lc7e r. Apalachieol,- June15I.( 23-Ct PHYSICIANS and CheIr\i..ts have long been ; th the most popular remedy of thee present da?s
-------- prevention and
iah Nash : a medicine I hat would cure of IndigestionBi'k
hundred ?
an times in their presence; an iinever tell : I'm going to have no married.no OTICEix months after date I will and Liver
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y apply
N of the Complaints, Nervous W
vs. 5 Petition to foreclose mon t- 1 cure one most tronMesome[ diseases, the akr.essHti.
denied.
Bur what need the S .'' Jean to the Hon. Probate Court
aspirant ejaculated casting an anxious Sidr.ey} R. Ford ar.d ) g.ge.Kiibjfh : of Franklin Piles. Success has ?.t lat been the l'. :ult. Dr.JACKSON'S I ache, H'artlurn, habitual Costivene. : |
care (for words of honor, who is r for a final discharge from the administration
willing to glance at the rope's end have me married(I, : : A. } 'Jrd. 5 county PILE EiinrtocATioN not: only stop Travellers' and residents in warm chnrafe' ,'
war upon his homestead md: its inmates-to I captain ?" Y cs. Know listen and see thatit 1.TI 1iEREA{ :;, u petition has been this day filed:: of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased. all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, find it a desirable! article : it prevents any

betray and beggar friends, patrons and! is done according to law.; The captain: I ,' V in the Clerk's office of the Circuit CourtFr.nuthiu of B. T. CARO, Adm'r. dues that intolerable itching, but etfl-clually! sub-I, ; rnulatien bile, i is portable, and the methrt..

theis ? Hut it is, what iu these days hro-j. elevated his voice so as to he heard all over County: to f forcdosC mortgage of certainhou.chod BENJ. ELLISON, Agent.Apnbchicola like a charm, and in a wry short time, ;pcisor.3wfusj ;i f p>reparation is unusually cjnver.ient.ave Cbifc,!

greater crime-an abandonment,: of his par the ship and cried, Now all men tlr-u funiiiure, ma e executed in DecJt April, I'H. 1 11-lm ( lives have been rendered rni--erahl2 fcryears. h frecjiient: occasion for gentle and coqj |

ly. The vote of Mr. Dallas accuses the Jean von DorMcn, hot n in Rotterdam, intend I- tcOlity, Georgia: on the 28iii day of AugiK;l'f( :i For sale by J C ALLEN, purgatives; !hey will: take this aperient iaRJ

Democratic delegation from Peuimlvania, marriage) with Miss Barbara; Ropes, I 1SJ1 I I ; ad;: it appearing;) to the satisfaction of the; I. this notice, I shal apply to the Jut ,.e r< Sole Agent f./r Anahchiot la. ferenceto any cther. Sold who1rs.tle and rehi.J

Charles] .. TngcrsoU and others, of "opposition I- born in I lIssia.: Notice for tha first, second :- Couit, by tIC: aifiilavit( of the petitioner, that the Probate, for : county, to be discharged March IS 10. 13-1 mACOUSTIC Xftv: r. J. C. ALLEN, Drvgit i r, b:|
defendants! I a.{ Ford] and Elizabeth from thff( administration of the -p
to the Democratic : Sidney A. F'oi dr.4ide i estate 'Jf: Oliver Ba-ssgs
It Mcdieaues
,
and third I
party. pronounces L- : : r t times i ; and if no man I- &c.
appears beyond the limits of the State of Florida : C. Raymond, late of said county, cic"eased.BEN. LARGE
Sturgeon .md) Cnmcion I tr:1 tors. They to forbid i tin-: bans: t the ceremony will It is ordered: that said defendants do and F. NOURSE A arid: fresh supply ofcints DrugsMi.

cannot be right unless! he is \rrnn. I Ir accuses :- immediately: take: place." Hereupon the file! I their objections: if they have apjIar, I 15 March 2SlS1'' Adm'r. de bonis un. &c. consisting in part of the(olb]

the press and the jiariy in this State jolly j sailor raised his ;arm to perform this d.iy.s !before.the first day ot the ensuing any wihin tc-rrn _____. ___u ____ _"non.___ SCADP.A'S I; j jt ing articles." hxt Houck's:--10 doz Castor Oil, qts, pt.!,aii4.j::
) Panacea
t pN 1'J' I
infidelity to Df l1Iucrac\. If they be ture interesting ceremony, but before it descended I- of this Court, otherwise; slid petition shall! 1 betaken TOTICl-:-Six months after date will apply OIL! JOk.-g"i ; EI S'ffi SalN 10 bbls; bxs Olivek( ,
:
10 the people, he must be a traitor; :to them ) !, .Jean proclaimed, I in a loud voice, I l pro( C'Olre.' I; provided that due publication 1N to the Probate Court of Franklin Co'inty, THE CNn CURE 103 I'I Gum O;>inm20| ; ; lbs Sulphate; Copperas Quinine ; 10 A!
and to the State. One I of this order be in the for a final discharge from the administration and DEAFNESS, ,SOfc
party or other is recream. !- forbid the bans. "What you rascal: ,") mlle: Commercial: j f Londitn; Mustard ; Herbs (,1' all kindsTa'Nutmegs '
Wherever the offence{ Advertiser of Apalacliicola, once a week for two I office of executor! of the estate of David Richardson ;
said "
rests it is the
one captain, did( you not drink my ; 1 15 bxs Starch ; 20 bxs Lemon Sjir i
never to be forgiven. claret ?" "Vt's ; but ifyou know it you also mouths, successively. (A Copy-Teste.) deceased. ]I j"JIL the cure of DKAFM.SS, KIIS I: and I the!: I' 10 f kj'jr Pt-arlash ; 2 gross: Seidletz and &i

Under what pica; or pretext of conscienceor know that I did it all according to law. I]II fJOIl { WM. VALLEAU, Clerk. Feb 21l"lfj E.: B. WIIITMARSH. j- discharges of matter from the EirAlso: Powders ; :) lbs English Calomel ; 20 doz $',

duty could! this outrage; have been com I. had forbidden the bans as I do now I April', is H. 1G2m S-Gm all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing ofl Turpentine I and a central assortment of ari.es :.
,
mittedVhe1l! was Mr. Dallas a frec-nade should not have touched it." The \T cif\5ml.hs: AJC}[ j ii. ------ aaa.cflnpnaa.fln- ,- Scr' Wa-'? i insects, falling of water, whizzing. steam, &c.: d in the Drug line, for Country MercluKi
captain I r Tax Collector's Sale. &.c., which are symptoms of approaching deafness Planters and
Physicians. For sale
man ? \\Te know him the lUUia :: Court. by
as proclaimed could not repress hearty;: lauzli. Al length I B'State of and also generally attendant with !he diease. -
the vested in -- March 1
advocate IN CHANCERY.Alphonse power me by law, H. F. ABEL!
of the Tariff-when did he change, he answered, This time I'll. let jou go.but Loubaf, expose for sale, before the Court: Many persons who have been deaf for tea,

and under! what inducements ? Or if he has remember, if you ever cat your eyes v; 1 Ions-;.- door in the county of Calhoun, on the first: f fifteen, and twenty years, anl: were obliged I to I Blassk :ISoolis and Stationery.

changed, why has he concealed his views on( Bliss Claret again yon shall he wedded George W. Harrison and Margaivt Monday in November next, the following property ;- use ear trumpets, have, after u-ing one i-r two: T EDGERS! Journals, Day Rooks, &c.

from those whose surt'erage unhappily gave; "to Miss Ropes in such a style that you'll not Emma Harrison, his wife, cr so much thereof as will pay the State bottles, thrown aid their trumpets; being made I jJ ;) reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;

him the Jlowerru requite trust with treachery forget the ceremony till! your dying day. David G. Riney and} Harriet F.Ra'iey / tax due on the same for the year IS.10:-The S perfectly well. Physicians and: Surgeons highly; Cotton Memorandum Books ;

and Kindnes with! ruin ?? I\"o such Sot,,- News. his \.vifcJo-ph; W \ section 33, township: 3, range 1, joining the recommended its use. For sale bv Ship and River Bill-* Lading;

,."I.r.....ioo.., .,.._. "uv"""" .'.'cili...:. Jl :1S._ .iI. Cll'ill'l..L... I) ue-. :: -V [Lynn. ,<'"VI, .lllXinUer_ _... h '.. ,( HudI and I town cf loin on the ,\t st, and the Apalachict.la J ALLEN ;, Sol.Agent Booolcs; tor Letter Pres

fined case of deliberate, sordid, selfish treachery Ogden Ilaggcrty, jc.1Jn. of Bill to foreclose River on the east, purporting to belong to If. V- --March- 2s in-4m for :\ncl.r: hil'nh.-- -- Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,

to his principles, his friends and his FORBrdSMTODTllALS.REPUBLICATION Lavcrty, Cute&, Co.; James rnortga Snell. Alo, W i, SEt section 11 I, township! 1, Cab:1: t'i1.rI'kp. i JuT icceivcd and for sale bv
Bogart N. Hawthorn range 8, N and W ; N E { section, township 1 T5: I March 1 II. F. ABEL
State. But, moon-smitten, the absurdities i- ----- c on lots u G; =.t1 THE subscriber i3 now in readiness
of free-trade had (Constituting the firm of Bogal"O t i1 and range S, N and W; fractional section 21, ditto: v to manufacture new, or repairld, !
taken possession of OF & : :'M, ditto So, I i I i-f AND OIL.1* 30 No 1 ff
Hawthorn ; Djvid. Maitland, 12 in block purporting) to belong to Thomas M.[ j. Furniture, with and PAINTS kegs
him still if a human feeling of Kindness towards ': 'hc: ILo ;?on CfcHartcrSy ISevZcvv, David S. Kennedy, Henry LaEl: in Bush; joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and! the patch, and solicits the patrorta pr--rnpfne of his old! dt.i j ;: jrtlls Winter Lump Oil ; 'J/Dtu/

his State had lingered in his bosom, The EUlmlms'Kki Review, I verty, Jr.ir.es : Brarit'eii and / city of Ap-tll ApalachicolaRivcr.I i Also! .10 acres land purport ill z) cu-sfomers, and hopes by strict t attention(I'ayI to :|[ ]Linscrd Oil ; ;)) bxs assorted Glass ; Set) (lbsP-j

his sentence of death upon Pennsylvaniamight '.i'la L'oteit nu'CI' r Ie zr.'ie'tv, Murray' constituting alachicola.Ilamiltt'ii j ing to (belong to James Hudson, joining James orders to gain: some new Otlp. t ty ; 10'J' assorted Paint finishes; Black Lfctj

have been avoided. lie cannot be a The Wc&L 1 isie vAD r.r c.1.', the linn of.f'randen Murray ; I Nail's land and the Armona, No. not l kno'.v 1. PETER HORART. I Spanish Brown, YeUoiv Ochre, Green Paint3]
better free-trade than Mr. Crumby and Also, SO acres land, purporting to belong to P. McCormick received and for safe by
-
man Haywor.d, --, : %:3: Shop in third story of Brick Building. corner -
not more of a Southron nor less of nfrce pr-r, (constituting! the Dra-// joining Sarah Nail's and the Armona, Chestnut and Water :ts. Nov S. I March 1 II. F. AEE1L.

Slate man ; yet such arc the abominations nL.lC"V00D'g ED Gin1JGrl: Crumby I! &Draper ; Wil- No. not known. Alo, the land, purporting to -
of this. bill, Mr. ZAGr ;II :. soi/, and Gale, visible belong (the Apalachicola Land Company, Kin 1'' 15 ry Goods. Spring Goo Is.TUST .
than Eiaywood resigned rather ---- partners of the firm of Wilson, I in the county of Calhoun, bounled east by the; THE| subscribers oiler! for sale a large ar.d saa- arrived per brig: Metaniora

sanction them.11'! IJcnton and The above Periedic-ils reprinted in IsYwYoik Gal.1 &, Co. and Jimts Brown.! J Apalachicola River, and west by Old River, : stock of Dry Goods, consisting in] I t I Rich Fancy Printnhsh; andmenoa
others of the ultra Southern schooisalso; denounced I i' known as Bird's Island], and of of New style and very superior Ginghams,
immediately on their arrival by the British: I appearing t to the satisfaction: of the Court, part Forbes' Pu r- j.art
the bill! ; nod only voted for it from steamers, in a beautiful! cl ar type, on line white that the above named} defendants] do reside chase. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff Negro Kerseys arid Linsrys, !! China Lawns, for Ladies' Dresses,

a declared and violent abhorrence of the act paper, and arc faithful copies; ol" the originals within the State of Florida hut within lot the and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co. White and Pud Fhnnels; I L.diFanc\ Dres-es, in pattern,

of42. Mr. Dallas had no such prejudicesno Jk.CKWOOD'SLGAZIF: being an exact facsimile United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub May 30, IS.10. :!-(m Plain and Fancy JeafiDouble -=, 'I I ,:: -10 and 12-: Musijuito Lace Netting-
such excitements ; was there no room of the Edinburgh edition. lication be made in the Commercial Advertiser: ; \'iras t.toti t wi lied Tweed-., f and single.
in his mind for a scruple that might sa'cJis The wide-spread lame! of these splendid Periodicals once a \VCCiZ! for the space of 11)1 months, of the TAX COLLECTOR'S Countr.: Super fancy Casarr.tres, .7> pcs [)L1d and white corded do do.
renders it needless i institution:: of said suit SALE. Super Er Iisii and French Cloths, Ladelarmc 5-'iri, Shades and Parasols,
to
] State None Let the truth be told. sjy much in their r''li'in them to appearala ( ILL be sold on the second Monday in Rich
A mad desire for the j/raise. As literary organs: t they stand far in advance i answer to the said foreclosure on or W' next, the September 'Vhitney Blankets, 1'Ml:! and l-'trs.Dufiil Ivory and Paper Fans, ,
Presidency possessed of any works: of a similar stnrnp now pub; before the expiration of that time said 1 ((1lIhIt Court-house Blankets,. S, 'J I aid 10 qrs.iieriiuis Figured Muslins, Balzarines and othersfjlaa
it, and drove better or door, at Roadie's Bluff: Washington .. .. ,
every feeling Jut. He bi . county, Goods, fur Dresses.
lished, while the political complexion of each i is will bo taken as con:esaed(! and 1\.l'effilinS lfiltc'Honall; s, Spring .
trafficked} himself off to the South for a no marked by a dignity, candor and Jbrbearance not ftC Ulllr_11._ omer n.1 gIven; in, tIe ag1insltlcm premises as to the within, to the wit usual hours ol sale, the tollowing pro- Brown Shirting and Sheeting, I T.nilip*' Tvid \Vnltiri 5>hfip TJn-il-ir.s aDv nd- G :ta

mination.% Alas, for George \l 1. Dallas-! otten found in works of a parly chi-racter.! urt mny si-em p(-rty : Cotton Osnaburgs, I ) black and colored Kid Slippers and 1k

He has sold "the vast spIce; of his honors," They embrace the views (Jf the three great (V Copy; .lue\'t.) i in Four Holme's hundred and eighty acres of land, lying Qotton Drilling and Ticking, Florence, Leghorn, Op n.work and DUnstaIu
and won-a bubble. The of parties in England Whit Valley, levied on a. the property of Linen and Cotton Checks Straw: luvmetts! ,
men the South I :, Tory, and: Radio( 'd.- WILLIAM VALLEAU, Clerk. f tho estate of Jacob A. ,
do not dream of his nominatoin. lIe has; Blackuood I nud the London Quarterly :> arc March* 20, l ;JO-12-/m/ 's. for (the taxes for the I'lackwell 18-1;. and to be sold Irish Linen, Shirting! : and Sheeting, Plain, striped and figured Swiss and Jacte
year !Muslins.Besides I .
been deceived by a trick that: should ; Torv; the Edinburgh( Review," Whig\ ; and the Also Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
( not P hundred and
have blinded a driveller.! \V(::4I11in ter," Ha lcal. Tile" Foreign i ( ? 1ar- 'ai iH ) Ci 'cui Coui't- i one sixty acres of land, ly- English, French and American Prints, many other articles which tile subscnTx
will ing
They laugh l terly" is 1 purely liteiiry, being devoted FRANKLIN on Ilickroy Hill levied on as the property c.f Extra plain and twilled intends i to sell very low.
at his credulity, and his i ;principally FLOHDA. Blackstone and super Ginghams, "
despise; heartless benjamin Griilin to be sold for the
l to criticisms on foreign( CoittiucutalVcrks.! 11 ) taxes Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, March 23:; F. KOPMA&
and inhuman, for the IS 13.
treason. His reward will I The prices of the Rr:-rm.vrs: are less than v- > Foreclosure of Mortgage. year Extra super Muslin de Laine, -
,1. turn, like the gold paid by the Evil one, in one-third of the f<.-ign copies, and while they .James y. Snlth.TJB ) Also'forty acres of land, )lying in Holmes' English, Scotch and American no. Iron, Nails, &c.

his contracts into the dust and ashes in his: are equally( well get up, they!: ailbrd-:!h1! theadvan- defendant and all others are hereby noti- Valley, levied on as the property of John G. Russ, Super Italian black and figured Silks, THE subscribers have on hand and for !!

grasp. And. when he turns, in his humiliation t age to the Jlwirican ovci the English reader. tint! the petition to foreclose a mortgage and to be sold for the taxes for the year IS.13. Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, and retail, low for Cash-

to his home-he will find it his home TEIIMS. (>f l the defendant on his interest in the steam boat Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek, Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, 20 tons assorted Iron ; 30 kegs assorted N ai3! ,
Albany, has this day been filed l levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant: and to 30 kegs Spikes
no longer. He will stumble in the office of English and American Cotton Hkfs t Wrought and Cut,
over ruins rAYMcrrr TO BK MADE i.v ADVANCE. t he Clerk of said Court, and t be sold for the year f SI 15. Sheet and Boiler Iron,
which he has made thatjudgment j will Madras and Verona head Hid: ,
: Tariff ; and instead' of the For any one of the fcur Reviews,$3,00( per annum. h: 2 prayed for at the next fall term of said Court. JOhNT. COOK, Sheriff, Ladies' Cottoa Hose and Gents Hf-hosf, Hollow Ware, a general assortment,
song sung at his door in 4-4, he will 1 For any two, do. ::3fy: ) A. G. SEMMES, and ex-officio State Tax Collector. Super Marseilles and Worsted Sugar and Coldreh Kettles,

hear the wails and curses of the honest and l For any three, do. 7,00 June 11, 1SJO.:; 21-lm' Att'v for Pcitioner. March 2S, IS.((. 13-Gm Cotton and Flax Thread, Vestings, Cook and Parlor Stoves, Sad Irons,

e industrious poor whom he, in his false and i 1 For all four ol the Reviews, S,00( -----,---- Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins Blacksmith's i Tools! ,Hardware,

feeble-spirited ambition, has betrayed and) For mack wood's Magazine, 3,00 zcsou; Ci'cuit 01311. State Tax Collector's SaSe. Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, Britannia and Jappand Wares. Brass .\ncIirccs.

beggared. His violation of plighted trothto I For Blackwood! and the four Reviews Iu3hpelr.! ,, Petition for Foreclosure of FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1546. Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. Sec. I Fire Dog Shovel and Tongs,

the tariff, his insulting opposition to the : 10,00 Robert 1 W.\ Halsled.} $ 1IortO 0 rre. By'irtu: of the e for power sale before vested{ the in me Court by law, I Which have been selected with great care in j I Hooks and Thimbles, Blocks, Pump Rose

Pennsylvania democracy, his barefaced: desertion ) CLUBBING. IIE defendant. fake notice that at the door, in (the town of Marianna, Jackson House New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents; i: Marlin Spun Yarn, Manilla ala! Hemp Ccr age,

of all the principles heretofore avowed Four copies of any or all of the above works JL Fal Tlt, l 'wi j ;, of the Circuit Court, for Florida, on the first Monday in December county next,, of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, andre i I Anchors, Pitch Oakum, Tar, Coal Tar,Rosin,

by him, his self-conducted sale to the will be sent to one address on payment of the regular hck OI County, I wilt apply to the said Court: t the following property so much thereof will a nooti retl at wholesale or retail on favorable Turpentine Paints Sperm and Linseed Oil,
subscription i for three-the f fcr a of terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. : and Brushes: Rising and Pump Leat u,
slave-drivers of the South, his ingratitude fourth Copy judgment foreclosure, of a certal mort.age pay the State and! County Taxes due thereon for Matts,
being gratis. g executed by him to the the Nov. 20, 18-13. .11 Water street. Pumps and Buckets,
to his benefactors and his cruilty to the laboring I- plaintifl': on the 1st year IS I 13 : Tin ant Sheet
(Remittances: and communications must be of t January 1815, on two slaves :32U( 2d Iron Ware.
named
Allen and I acres rate land-Nos. not
-area load would sink known-pur- IIIIDS. St. Croix
poor a mountain H Sugar, March 14 ROBERTS CO
made in all : ALLEN
without 10 ,
Deny.
cases expense: to the publish- A. II. porting to .
lie was warned-warned by those BUSH!, belong to Coonell & Mills.SO 20 do" New Orleans Sugar, to arrive,
The
ers.- former may always be done through a I Attorney for Petitioner. acres of 3d rate land belonging to John' 100 sacks} Rio
who treasured his fame Coffee Cu do Java Iron
Nails
more sincerely than Post-master Marianna ; &c.
by handing him the amount! to) [be, July 13, IS ( 2S- Ira. Davis.
the man-owners who tampered) with him- remitted, taking his recc-ipt: and forwarding the ,, ,,>.-- H I 120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate 10-1 bxs cases Aromatic Hyson Tea, 9 0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted. sizes,

and has fallen. He will find a refuge i in receipt by mail, Post-paid ; cr the money may; TO I'lUBBfOB'S. of Levin Brown; and adjoining the ICth section i' 50 do.Tobaeoo, 100 kegs Nails, do.
I
casks
obscurity-but will be haunted by hisses be enclosed in a letter, l'a I-Pllid, directed to TYPE FOUNDRY AND PRINTERS' at Brown's Ferry. 'I Mctfgd Browns :and Labby's, Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities*
FUll- 20 Sperm Candles 20 Blacksmith
the ; 50 INs brown Steel Faced Anvils,
even there. publishers. NIszl11.G'TA1LE11oUsF:. 320( acres of 2d rate land belonging to the estate 100::1 bass Shot ; 50 kegs Powder Soap, 20 Vise*
English and
N. B.-The Postage on all these Periodicals subscribers have of William Banks. American jO
:; opened
THE a
new Type 2000 Ibs LeadI}
casks 20 U
is reduced by the late Post-Ollke law, to about F in the city of New 327 of ; Linseed Oil, Bellows,
acres 1st
FLOURISIIING York rate land
A HANPKKRCHIKF where belonging to David 200 White
keg Lead No. 12 dozen
ron ,
A third the 1, Extra and Pure. Spades and Shovels
one former rates, making a important they are ready to supply orders to ; Gertman. ,
WIFE.-In of very any extent, for] For sale W. "
some parts Europe it is not by G. PORTER & 10 Collin's Axes
Co.
in ,
the kind
saving expense to mail subscribers. any of Job or Fancy 320 of
Type, Ink, Paper acres 2d rate land
Cases belonging to Alai- Nov
unusual to bring about matrimonial : 29 -U Water 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen
engagements Iall thf principal cities and towns Galleys, Bras, Rule STEEL COLUMN RULE chomb Gilchrist. str et. Cards. i

by means advertisements.; Some thovghout the United Sto.les to which there is a Composing Sticks, Chases, and every.article, ne, ICO acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry Bagging; and Rope. 1000 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws, 1!
years ago it was agreed in a gay party of direct llaU-Road or Watercommunication from cessary for a Printing Oflice. Also second hand I Hannan. PCS. very heavy Louisville Ibs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
ladies and the city of J\"cw- York thrse materials. 450 Man & WM. G. PORTER & C*
in ,
gentlemen London, that an periodicals will be SO acres of 2d rate land belonging to James :: Co. Bagging ; 300 coils Bale)
advertisement should be inserted in a morning delivered FREE OF POSTAGE. The Type which are cut in imitation of the Montfort. for sale by Rope, Nov 29 41 Water streef!_

paper, as from a young lady, rich and' LEONARD, SCOTT, & Co., Publishers, English letters, arc cast in new Moulds, from an SO acres of 2d rate land belonging to Washing March 7 J. DAY & Co. Lumber.
beautiful who felt June 13. 2.f-Gm> 112 Fulton St., NewYork.FOLGER'S entirely new set of Matrixes with deep ton Mayo. 1II-
4 inclined to the state of : counters: JUST received 50,000 feet Yellow Pine p
: matrimony. III the course of the day letters L- Olosaonian, or All Healing Balsam, are be sold warranted to suit to the be times.unsuipassed All the by any, and wil I & 1 GO acres of 2d rate land belonging to Henry Saddlery for Sale at Cost and J ber, assorted qualities Also,on hand :fJ>.'

were received from between fifty and Asthma, Coughs, Liver is hand type furnishei::1 Dudly Peoples. CIaargcs. feet White Pine,assorted from i to 2 inch, *
by us
sixty swains of all descriptions, in reply i i Complaint, and all diseases of the throat and: can be matched cast.at this The types from any foundry Stewart.10 acres of 3d rate land belonging to Wiley' HAVING on hand assortment of Saddles I, will be sold low for the cash, byPETER .
to.. ) establishment. &.c. &c I will
lungs, for sale by dispose of them as HOBlU'No
each of whom an answer was addressed) I Printing Presses furnished, also Steam SO acres of 3d rate land above for cash.
April 11 H. F. ABELL. Enginesof belonging to G. G. < Lumber will be delivered from the 3 "
stating that the lady wished, previous to his t Ihe most approved patterns. Wi ndharri. On hand a fine Buggy and Harness, which will]1 after this date unless paid for, or a wtfttea 01

being introduced to her, to see him, at the JUST received per brig Morea, from N. York, $:> Composition Rollers cast for Printers. 100 acres of 1st rate land belonging to John be sold for cash. from a responsible person.flagging March .

same time requesting each to be in the pitof kecs No5 1 and 2 Lead ; lot gals boiled COCKROFT &OVEREND, II. Wilson. March 23 p. HOBART .

the Drury Lane Theatre on the following Linseed Oil ; 500 Ibs. Putty; 20 boxes S by 10 Dec. 13, 1315.. .]y _CS nn-st, New-York:. SAMUEL STEVENS, Sheriff and Drills- .- and Rope.
and 10 12 Glass 20 doz. cx-oflicio Medicines <& ChctaicalsT 1 (111 PCS.
dressed in blue by ; pints Congress Sprin Tax Collector Jackson Kentucky Bagging,
evening, a coat, white On County.
pantaloons I. Water ; 100 Ihs fresh Tamarins; Gum and Orget OISi lnlnt. Per JOHN T. MYRICK ANOTHER supply of fresh Drugs just re- 1\J\J 100 coils Rope; 30 pc/
and Deputy. HessIans.b
scarlet
a vest, and immediatelyon Syrups, for sale by THE subscriber has just received from the Marianna, June 1, ISlti. Brig Republic, which makes my'U 4 bales Bazging 1
the conclusion of the first act to stnnd I May 1C. II. F. ABELL. and publishers a beautiful lo it 24-ts assortment complete) and of the best quality. WM: G. PORTER & Co.

upon the benches, flourish a white hnnd-] of Paper Hangings, Foolscap and Letter. Paper, Coffee. J. C. ALLEN. Nov 29 41 Water <
Kerchicf one hand and SCHOOL BOOKS of the latest and most Day Books, Journals and Legers, Bibles, N. 1). My Store will be l kept the _
Prayer
apply a glass to apr ; BAGS Rio Cofree open entire Havana .
style, a general assortment. Books, etc., which he offers low. 175 landingfrom brig Virginia Summer. All orders Scgars.fin1
the right eye with the other. Every thing alel.y [augll] J. C. ALLEN. Fob 7 very F. KOPMAN. for sale by ly attended to and correctly thankfully\'cc1prompt.I- 50 BEST Havana Sugars,J[or 13"
April IS rut up. UU Cc
J. DAY & Co. MayG by WOOD & ,
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April 32 Water-

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