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APALACHICOLA, TUESDAY, JUNE Q9,1847. [NUMBER 24.-':


The second inquiry is answered by thlt-
rder in which the regiments were Moved!::::
o the scene,_of action. Gen. Pillow had
actually placed Col. Haskell between Col.
rynkoop and Col. Campbell, who was to
support Col. Wynkoop, and Col. 0_,,mp-
ell between Col. Haskell aind Col. Ro'berrs,
vino was to support Col. Haskell! Moving
s the regiments did by a flank toilsome. y
long a narrow defile, often in single'.file, it
*ill be readily pe'reived 4what a great dis-'
an'e there was between the assaulting and
ie supporting regimens. In fact. when the :
command of Col. Haskell returned to the
pot from whence it commenced the as-
ault, Col. Campbell's regiment was-i' the
ct of filing past that point, for lhe pirrpose
f gaining itn position in the rear of Col.
Wynkoo.p, while Col. -Roberts was stilt iin
ear of Col. Campbell, and of course had-
ot reached that point. "--
It is generally believed that Gen. Pillow
ed the assault on Nb. 2. The general
either led nor followed in that assault. So t?
ar as we are advised, he did not advance
ny nearer to the enemy's line Ilbin the
point from whence the assault coiffinwiCed.
Wedo not make this statement because we
eny to Gen. Pillow personal coura-ge or
allant bearing in action-we are willing to
yield himffboth: we simply correct the er-
or.
One inquiry and we drop this ipainful sub-
ect: Why did Gen. Pillow assail N6. 2 at
al, and why did le do it with so small a
force, and before he was really ? It cannot
ie said that Gen. Scott's order dir''cted himi
o do it. This is the language of that or-
ler:-"Gen. Pillow's brigade will march
at 6 o'clock to-morrow morning along the
route he has carefully, reconnoitred, and
stand ready as soon as he hears the report
farms on our right-or sooner, if circum-
stances should favor hi, m, to pierce the ene-
my's line of batteries-the nearer the river
the better-as he may select." The italiti-
sing is our own. Gen. Pillow professed to
have carefully reconnoitred this line of bat-
eries, and frequently spoke of his ability to
iaftry them, and of the fact that he was sat-
sfiedfrom his own reconn'oisances that there
were no guns, or if any, not more thaln ol'e
on No. 2. The truth is, the general was
gnorant of the ground and of the enemy's
strength and preparations for defence.
We have p'perfo-l'med ain inpleasant task.
We are sorry that ,ire had it t'o 'd*6, but jus-
ice to ourselves, to the great fame of the
States represented-by the command of Col.
Uaskpell on thatfield,,and to the memory of
the dead wvhp fell 'there, require that we
should tell the truth, the whofe !truth, and
nothing but the truth." -,*
WM. T. HASKELL, Col. com'g 2d Tenn. Vols.
DAVID H. CUMMINGS, Lt. Col, 2d Tenn. "
G. W. McCOWN, Capt. Company A.
HENRY F. MURRAY, Captain Company B.
W. G. McADOO,,lst Lt. commanding Corn. C.
WM. B. DAVIS, 1st Lt. com'g Company q1.
ALEX. P. GREENE, 2d Lt. com'g companyy P.
WM. J. STANDIFER. Captain Company G.
G. W. BOWNDS, 1st Lt. Company A.
JAMES W. CHAMBERS, 2d Lt. 'Company A.
A. J. ELLfS, 2d Lieut. Company C.
--COWARD, 2d Lieut. Company C.
G. S SLAUGHTER, 2d Lieut. Company1D.
E J. WIATT, 2d L'ieut.- Company E.
EUGENE SULLIVAN, 2d Lieut. Company-69.
JOHN R. BELL, 2d Lieut. Company G.
JAMES FORRE5T, 2d Lieut.'Company H.
PORTRAIT 'OF THE CENCL
BY MRS. PAN-NY KEMBLE BjJTLER.
I have been to the Barberini P'alac'-, t'o
see the picture of Beatrice Cenci. It is in
the rioon with other paintings, among which,
Raphael's Fornarina, and a female portrait
ascribed to Titian, are the most remarkable.
The picture of the Cenci itself does'not ap-
pear to me either-a vtery, beau) ifal painting
or the portrait of a very beautiful woman.
It seems that the learned in su'eli matters
are noW entertaining doubt as t^ 'its being
either the work of the artist to whomi it has
hitherto been ascribed or the picture of the
person wwthom it has hitherto been"-suppos'ed
to represent. 1 looked at it, eAdeavoring
only to free myself from the powir of asso-
ciation, so far as to be able ,to -form some
independent judgment upon it. I have
heard it asserted that it was a pictures of
which no idea could possibly be conveyed
by any copy. With this opinion I differ
entirely; I have seen copies of i, which,
upon a tong contemplation of the original,
still appear to my memory to-have been
both faithful and satisfactory. The pain'-
ting does not appear to me eminently beau-
tiful as a work of art, and tlhe snmallness of
the mouth--always a defect in thie face, and
in this one, owing to ils being half-opened,
a defect not only destroying beauty, but ab-
solutely giving a vague and almost foolish
expression to tile countenanees-makes it,
in spite of the lovely outlines of thle 'other.
features; and the soft tear-w~eari~ed eyes,.9
human face almost without character or ex-
pression of any sort but 'that of 'wetes
and suffering. The mouth has always'ap-
peared to me, in the copies of this pictt're,
as if it could not possibly be like the origi-
nal, I cannot persuade myself that the mouth
was like Beatrice Cenci's; it expresses


neither intelligence, sorrow, nor determina-
tion; it is a pretty, round, silly, sensual,
open mouth, and that is all. Of llhe picture
of the Fornarina, it would be idle for me to
speak critically, were it not that there are
certain provincesuoPcriticism which belong
even to those who know little of the me--
chanical rules of art, or the technical terms
by which they are expressed. In the first
place, a half-naked woman with a splendid
turban on, is a disagreeable object to me, be-
cause the nakedness is conscious and fora
purpose: unconscious nakedness is the at-
tire of innocence-e'partial nakedness, for the
purpose of revealing some special beaiuy
in a woman, is indecent, and therefore high-
ly displeasing. The face oflhe Foraawina
is also extremely disagreeable to me; wvilh-
out feeling or meaning, a sluplid-iooking,
staring, handsome creature, hIos-e- egular
features and rich coloring present, never-
thelessia most utattractVe' and.uulovei^y


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he left of the Jalapa road to the gorge in
he mountains through whith the rier o
flows. Along this line the enemy had es- t(
ablished himself on three different heights, a
dhided from each other by almost impassa- V
ble ravines. Each of these three heights st
were strtengthened by admirably construetted b
ieldworks; kn0vn to our engineer's as* No. w
1, 2, and 3. These works were manned by a
upwards of 3,000 men, 1,500 of whom oc- a
upied the central fieldwork. w
There can be no doubt but that Gen. San- ita
a Anna, relying on the great natural ti
strength of Cerro Gordo, and the apparent c(
mpassibility of thb ground on his left, had s|
not taught himself to believe that Gen. sn
Scott would endeavor to turn his position a(
here, but that he had strengthened his o
ight under the impression that it Was to be V
he great point of attack, r
On the morning of the 18th the brigade n
of Gen. Pillow was moved by him from the
camp in the following order: Col. Wyn- le
koop in front, followed by Col. Haskell, be- n
hind whom came Col. Campbell, while fa
Col. Roberts brought up the tear. Diver- a
ging from the Jalapa road to the left, near- p
est the fieldworkks, thle regiments moving in V
he same ordet, each by the right flank, en- d
ered a narrow path, leading to a point near g
he centre of the enemy's line of works,.- y
In this order the brigade was moved to the r(
scene of action. Continuing along the
patb, the right of Col. Wynkoop's regi- j(
ment had reached a point of rising ground a
about 350 yards from the enemy, when Gen: fi
Pillow, fearful that the enemy had either b
discovered him or would do it, suddenly t
withdrew Col. Wynkoop by the left flank, d
filing him by the left flank square off to the a
eft from the path, and directed him to cross r
the ravine, which was immediately on the s
eft of the path, and form his line of battle o
parallel with the enemy's works, under cover s
of the hill and chapparal, and hold himself r
in readiness to assault No. 1. b
While Col. Wynkoop was executing this- s
ord'er as rapidly as the ruggedness of the h
ground would allow him, the General com- t
menced the work of placing the command i
of Col. Haskell in position. This he. did i
by directing Col. Haskell to rest his right v
on the right of the path, extending his left 0
square off to the left, so as to form his line i
of battle parallel with the centre fieldwork s
of the enemy. By this manoeuvre it Will be
perceived that the ranks of Col. Haskell's
command were reversed, the front rank be- t
coming the rear, and the right of the regi-
ment its left. While this novel order was
in the process of execution, and before lthe t
independent company of Kentucky volun- s
teers, under command of Capt. John S,. i
Williaims, and Capt. Charles Naylor's com-
pany of Pennsylvania volunteers, which
were the 9th and )0th companies, had got I
into position, the enemy opened his fire
upon its. It is proper to remark here, that the
command of Col. Haskell 'consisted of his
own regiment, and of Capt. Williams' Ken-
tu'cky company, and Capt. Naylor's 'com-
pany of Pennsylvania volunteers. The
general immediately ordered the ass'ault.-
The men answered the border with a shout
and advanced rapidly and with the greatest
enthusiasm in 'the direction of the enemy,
who was totally con'eanled from them by the
density of the chapparal. Progressing
steadily in the face of a most deadly and in-
cessant fire for more than 250 yards, over a
rugged and stony ascent, the ,command
emerged from the chappal'rai into 'the open
space before th'e w-ork, from. which the
chapparal had been felled for nearly two
hundred yards, and left lying on "the ground.
Here we were greeted by seven pieces of
artillery immediately in frout''of us. No. 1
opened on one of our flanks wih two guns,
No. 3 6'h the other with three, while two
small pieces 'nlabn extension n of the eedoubt
behind No. 2 kept time with the others.-
This terrible fire was rendered still more
terrible by the h'elp of i,500 mraskets, which
drove a hail-storm of bullet fs into the 'faces
of the minen s they approached. Nothing.
daunted, however, they continued the as-
sault until they had -approached near
enough to the works to perceive their g'geat
strength, the number of the enemy, and
the utter" madnes. of advancing any further
without orders from their officers, they
commenced giving way before the fire and
retiring to the ehapparal, where they were
quickly reformed for another assault. They
did not commence this retrograde move-
meat, however, until they had perceived
that every field officer but the colonel had
fallen; until, of the commanders of compa-
nies, two had fallen dead, a third mortally,
and a fourth dangerously wounded, to say
nothing of the lieutenants not in command,
killed and wounded, and of the awful havoc
among their comrades. In less than three
minutes, of less than 400 men, about 80 had
been killed and wounded, many of whom
fell within forty yards of the works.
Here two inquiries naturally present
themselves:-Where was Col. W~ynkoop
that he was not assaulting No. 1 ? Where
was Col. Roberts that he was not support-


ing Col. Haskell ? Col. Wynkoop, speak-
ing for himself, answers 4he first inquiry.
He declares that he was ordered nut to ad-
vance from bis position until ordered to do
so by Gen. Pillow, either through one of his
aids or by a concerted signal. He states
that he received no order, heard or saw no
signal. If he had assailed No. 1, it would
have been better for us. Then the guns
there, instead of annoying our flank, would
have been directed at him. No. 1 was in
fact the real point of attack. If the whole
brigade had assailed that work, it would
have been easily carried. Then we could
have turned his own guns on the enemy, and
attacking him in reverse, have driven him
from the field. This was really what Gen,
Scott desired Gen. Pillow to do, if cir-
cumstances favored him with a proper op-
portunity "to pierce the line of the ene-
tny's batteries,"


[From the New Orleans Picayune.] ]
CERRO GORDO. t
ADDRESS OF THE SECOND REGIMENT f
TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. t
If sacrifices in tlhe service of the country d
entitle patriotic and brave men to a hearing b
before the tribunal of public opinion, the w
2d Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers they fi
surely claim that privilege. the attack I
upon the enemy's batteries by that regiment u
wag the bily one of the battle of Cerro Gor- c
do that failed; and although the general
orders announcing this fact bearing tiesti- 1z
mouny to the courage of the men and gallan- s
try of its officers, the regiment is concerned ir
that the public shall know 'the circumstan- n
cesof the assault; that it may be judged S
how far the commendation of official reports t
is deserving, and how far it has been attemp- r
ted to smother up an unsuccessful enter- t
prise in the ambitious phraseology of a
military despatch. The commander-in- 0
chief, the generals of divisions, and the c
heads of detachments have been heard. k
That regiment now asks to be heard also, h
and this is all the recompense it seeks for (
the loss of comrades, mowed down in an g
effort upon which, it is contended, it was e
precipitated by the infatuation of a superior t
omcer, t
The general of division, whose military t
capacity is impeached by the regiment, has I
received the reward due only to exalted s
abilities or eminent services. He has en- p
joyed the credit of leading the 2nd regiment n
of Tennessee volunteers upon the desperate a
charge in which its flower was cut down. I
He hastened from the battlefield and re- d
ceived the firstlings of the public gratitude %
for the glories of Cerro Gordo. The f
sympathies of the people were excited on 1
account of a wound, which was reported to t
have nearly severed his sword arm in twain, 1
whilst in fact he carried the ball that hurt y
him in his breeches pocket. And now the c
remnaat of the only regiment of' his brigade i
which was actively engaged in battle, and
which was repulsed with terrific slaugh- c
ter, without having accomplished anything, g
comes forward and asks the calm judgment
of their fellow countrymen upon the facts as <
they transpired. The survivors of that I
fearful and needless slaughter have the re- c
putation of being driven from the field, s
whilst from the blood of the slain incense is c
exhaled to glorify an officer, who, in the c
language of the address, neither led nor f
followed in that assault.;'
We have heard before now, and from (
sources which left no room to doubt its
truth, a narration of the events of the battle i
similar to that now made-paublic, Wehaave i
heard these same facts from parties who
were not interested in the unsuccessful as-
sault, beyond the concern which was felt by
soldiers and officers of different corps for,i
brethren in arms. And we have no doubt
that public opinion will settle down in the
conviction that the 2d regiment of' Tennes-
see Volunteers did all that men, could under
the circumstances, and that the assault mis-
carried solely because they were comman-
ded to do an impossible thing by an officer.
who enjoys the exclusive credit of having
ever ordered a regiment from that gallant
State to make a charge which necessarily
resulted in a repulse. The fact that this
regiment immediately rallied for another as-
sault, and was ready to repeat au attack
over ground upon which in three minutes
time, one-fourth of its members was shot
down, is an evidence of courage of strongest
signification. These brave men were pre-
pared to sacrifice themselves for the honor
of their State, and the glory of the United
States, and they will not be the less cherish-
ed by their fellow citizens for that, the
most devoted chivalry, when misdirected,
would only achieve an honorable martyr-
domn.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Certain impressions which are abroad With
the public in reference to the operations of
the brigade of Gen. Pillow, at the battle of
Cerro Gorda, seem to require of the under-
signed officers of'the 2d Regiment Tennes-
see Volunteers, a simple statement of facts.
It will be seen that the statement differs
materially from the accounts which have
heretofore reached the publiceear, and that
the idea it conveys of the military talents of
Gen. Pillow is by no means complimentary
to that officer. But the. undersigned utterly
disclaim any other motive in making this
publication than such as arises from a de-
sire to do justice to others and to have jus-
tice for themselves. They are unwilling to
accord to the uncharitable the privilege o(
yielding to the brave men they commanded
only that questionable sort of reputation
which often attaches to men who have been
engaged in an unsuccessful enterprise, un-
less it be shown that impossibilities were,
required o[7 them.
On the evening of the 17th April last Gen.
Scott pronmulgated to the army his orders
for the action on the ensuing day. To
Gen. Twiggs''s division, with Shields's bri-
gade, was assigned the duty of carrying the
height of" Cerro Gordo, of turning the


enemy's left wing and securing the Jalapa
road, in his rear, so as to intercept his re-
treat; while Gen. Pillow was to march
"along the route he had carefully recon-
noitered, and stand ready, as soon as he
heard the report of small arms on our right
or sooner if circumstances should favor
him, to pierce the enemy's line of batteries
-the nearer the -river the better, as he may
select." Gen. Pillow's plan of attack was
arranged by himself, as follows : The com-
mand of Col. Haskell, supported by Col.
Roberts, 2d Pennsylvania Volunteers, was
to assail No. 2, the centre fieldwork on the
enemy's right; while at the sanme moment
No. 1, on the extreme right of the enemy's
line, was to be attacked by Col. Wynkoop,
1st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers,
supported by Col. Campbell, of the 1st Ten-
[less ans.
The right of the enemy extended from


'A CARD.
N S EYMOUR takes this method 'Of imorm-
ing the citizens, of Apalachicola and iis
vicinity that he has removed down on the corner
of Water and Centre streets; and feeling thank-
ful for the patronage heid-ofoie extended to him,
he solicits a renewal of thb same; by offering to
yon a very fieat and select Stock of GOODS; codn-
sisting iii part as follows:
. Cloth and Cassimeres, vafiods styles.
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured.
Silks, Grode Ryne.
do. Montella.
do. Satin Stripe-d.
Fancy Cashmiere Robes.''
do. Marino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book.
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored.
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread. '
Shawls,-Damask Silk.
do. Marino.
do. Plaid Wool.
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves.
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.
Ribbons in all varieties.
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-1.
Bleached do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4, 11-4.
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4.
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.
Carpet Bags.
Hats and Caps, 'all styles. *,
Boots and Shoes.'
Clothing of all kinds.
Also, a neat little assortment of Jewelry and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Call and examine for yourselves.
N. SEYMOUR.
Apalachicola,, Nov. 14,4 1846.-


.AND
PrinieiWs' F lrAishing Warelibitse.
,, 'o. 17 Canal street Row.
T Ht 'ndersigned beg leave to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as ho expense Was spared to
obtain the handsomest faces andL to perfect it in
every respect-; ,'We ilt *Venture to say it will be
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
aor'tmidnt of Fiowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to which we would call the attention
of Printers before purchasing else 'Where. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a nmate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
.at the North; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to meet .Vith encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS-, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by WVhich we are enabled
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
for the sale of the Napier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sbicks, Furniture, Ink, and
every other article required in the Printing busi-
ness, will be kepton hand, and furnished at
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of work to be executed.
03- The proprietors of newspapers who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times the amount
of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.
NOTICE.
ALL persons are hereby warned not to con-
tract for, receive, or to ship any Cedar Tim-
ber, cut or taken from the Lands ot the Apalach-
icola Land Company; there being no permit for
any such privilege. And notice is also hereby
,given to certain persons who are known to be
now engaged in cutting and collecting a quantity
ot Cedar Timber on the Lands of the said Compa-
ny, viz: on Crooked and Oclockoney rivers, to
desist from their unlawful trespass, and not at-
tempt to remove said Timber. The penalties of
the law will be strictly enforced against all the
parties-, in anywise connected or implicated.
JOSEPH DELAFIELD,
LEWIS CURTIS,
Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co.
By their Attorney:
JAMES E. BETTER.
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. 15-6t
"SET 'EM UP."
Atlien niiiin Bowling Saloon.
rllEsubscriber bogs leuvctoannounceto his
Friends and the public generally, that he has
become sole proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and strict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
'ment, will conwfe. a favor bysettlirrg with the sub-

scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf


Oil Clotlhs and Carpets.
10 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
lJO 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting:;
3 Cotton ",
2 S ta ir ,
Fo" sale by WA.. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.

Boots and Shoes.
B OY'S and Men's Russet Brogans-;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans;
Gentsfine Calf Brogans ;
Wtn'" peg'd, and e $'d Shoes'; Children's db. o.
Super Ladies' Kid and Moro~ce bho&;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A.,large and'extensive assortment, just received
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER, & CO.
Dec 5 4t Water street.


Cabinet Furniture.
J-AMES H. COOK, 92 Broadway, near Wall
,J street, New York, offers for sale, a full and
complete assortment ot CABINET FURNITURE
and CHAIRS, which he warrants to be equal to
nhy 'in 'the ity, at the followingg unusually low
rates:
Mahogany Sofas from $20 to $150 each.
do. Chairs 30 to 120 per doz.
do. Rocking Cha'ifrs from $5 to $50 each.
do. Bureaus I $5 to $75 "
do. Card Tables $10 to $30 "
!"o. Centre Tables, $15to$75 "
id-. " French Bedsteads, $18 to $90 "
Also FeAhber Beds, -Hair Mattresses and Bed-
ding of tlie ine' t qiahtiaes arid at the lowest mar-'
ket prices.
N. B. No extra charges for packing and ship-


Iron,, Nails &c,.- .
n .- TONS-Swede Iron, assorted size;
2, 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 '",Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs-Cast and German Stee>l, for sal.,by
WM. G. PO)iTER & CO.
Dec 4 -1'1 Wj:r' street.
Groceries and Ship Stores.
RIO COFFEE, Java do, St. DQmingo'do,
!Northern Flour, Western do; X 0 Sugar,
St. Crouix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchon'g do, Goshen
Butter Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prftme Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Herring Sounds aad Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsutps., Pepper .Sace, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt,, Raisens, Macaroni-, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Rioot, Corn, Oa1,% Buckwheat., Mustard, Rir.e.
Vot-sale by ,-B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street:


ping.
February 27, 1847.


7-3 m. -.


0 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs 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 hy WM. G. PORTER ,& CO.
Dec 5 44 Wa1ter street.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
TTEALTH RET NEWED, and an invigorated
and. healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
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 Complaints., Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
Imulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusiually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgativess; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
,: .Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
,, ,, fine sew'd Brogans;
Men'spegged Boots;
"14 fine sewed Boots ;-
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
JTan 23' 24 Water street.


_____ __


On Consiganment.
T HE subscriber has lately received on consign-
ment, the following articles :
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
1 4 Old Madeira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey ;
2 .' Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy*;
I Dark Dumond Brandy;
10 baskets ",London Club" Champaigne.
Also, a variety of Segars, all of which will be
sold low, for cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50 Water street.


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.


-^


W [STAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.,


Lamip Oil.
INTER strained, a splendid article, for sale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.


SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
bale and case, 1dw for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.


COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
jnst received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Florida Molasses.
N tierces and barrels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.


Wistar's Balsamn of Wild Cherry.
. -}+DOZEN, just received and for sale by
1, April 10 H. F. ABELL.


Hops,
RESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


]For Sale
1 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
1U 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
S ALAD OIL, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


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hidden in the bosoms of aspiring demna-
-gogues, not to break forth until his political
career was at an end-unless we acknow-
ledge that the miserable cabal who sought
toin flame the minds of the peopLe on the
Jay's treaty" and "1French questions,"
composed a party of American people. We
do not use that term in such a sense as
would authorize its application to a band of
conspirators. rWhere was party spirit in the
peaceful days of the administration of Jas.
Monroe ? The country had been for years
agitated by the fierce strife of F.ederal-
ists" and "Republicans;" but men, dis-
gusted with the unprofitable nature of the
contest, rested peaceable and contented un-
der the administration of a man who had
been a "military chieftain," but who not-
withstanding was as a civilian distinguished
by an absence of a,11 improper ambition, who
recognized no party distinctions -in calling
men to take office-and although not gifted
with talents which dazzled and astonished,
by the help of sound sense and fervent pat-
riotism enabled the people to live peaceably
and prosperously, and to realize -that state
of' political existence which some of our
Whig friends deem as fabulous, and as im-
possible to exist -as that of the Golden
Age" of the Poets.
We are reminded by the Sentinel's quota-
tion from the Union,that any attempt to elect
Old Zac to the Presidency, will be met by
the deadly hostility of the empiric whose
counsels have swayed the administration and
the Democratic party, for the past two years
of misfortune and mis-government. We have
not been inattentive observers of the machi-
nations of those Democratic papers, who are
scattered abroad through the land, support-
ed by subsidies from the public purse, the
creatures of the President's will, the breath
of his nostrils. Now, in tie zenith-of Gen,


pends u pon a firm, abi'd jhud:ieous oppositionA
t6 tNe par iay-iyow, in power, thabn because they
are actuated by a desire t;6 sele all thIe iriouh
doctrines held in diffe'rek't section' of the- -
Union established a's'a Whole as the policy
of the government. And we venture to pre' -
diet, that if the Whig party 'shobu1ilrdobtai~ii- '
the 1'einis of government, thai neiilher a Nal"
tional Bank, the Distribution of .lbe Publi'c
Lands, nor the Tariff of 1842, will tie unanil-
mously supported by thewhole'body -of the
Wh~gs. We have evidence even in the
manufacturing State olf Rhode Island, that o :,. ,
the Whigs are by no means unanimous -g ,
uponh that great Whig qixestion,"inasmucll oh -".v
as a portion of the Whig party voted for an- -.
anti tariff of '42 candidate. '-. i .
It has been Wvell "said,- that -a Nationa.
Bank is an obsolerd idea; the Mexicati
war will compel the establishment of A
high tariff-so that none of the old political ^ ^
questions will remain to divide parties.--
The all-absorbing questions which wilt
agitate parties in the next Congress, will be,
the management-of ihe Mexican war, the
proper treaty t6 be mide, a-nd.:the Wilmot, -
Proviso. Upon the first,we Velieve that theb-i
Whigs will assume the position daily-being .
demonstrated as the only safe andjudiciptu ....
one-,that we should garrrison the seaports,.
and take military possessibon of that line' of .a: :"
territory which we mean to maintain. A -'*
large number will be found in favor of re- "-"f.^
stribling the line of acquisition to the Rid ":--";
Grande-to be considered as a part of Tex-,;-7 .,
as-thereby avoiding that-bone of' conten;- ^,- .7
tion, which menaces the internal peace'oC/--^'\.."
the country, the Wilmot-Proviso. In the 7;- -
maintenance of these positions, we' have a
reason to hope that the Whigs will be sus- ;.y ', .
tained by the Calhoun partyandthe mode- '"." '
-rate Democrats, -north and south; and if ,,
so, they must inevitably be successful.- '

,' *, 4


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.

APALACHIOOLA, TUESDAY, JUUNE 29, 1847.


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Taylor's fame, whilst gratitude is sweJlio"g.
the hearts of the people, they dare hot' _',.
ly make war upon the fair fame of the-a--...
whom Oile -etraction .has hitherto dl ]"
They dare not'oppose-ihe manilesta .N
the people in his favor; but flhei!
first to deter and browbeat the WhS['i ""
n o m in a tin g h im fo r th e P resid en cy .fa -. .
in that, some are for supporting hi ;"
will come into their terms; it;.
such papers as the Union a 4, 1 _2
the Pennsylvanian, and thlie 'J d
quirer-have already eommnbecj '*W "
the foundations of his popularity, "" ...! :" '
When we proposed au uuidn of tlbie~zo'" "
pie into one party, we by no meanfi' 'ter,-
tained any such "chimerical notion, as ittit., "
the leeches who had fastened themselvon a '
,he body politic, could be made to forsake.;
their greedy hold. When we spoke of that-, ^ :
political millennium, when the lion will lie
down with the lamb," we expected that the
wolves would still continue to roam about,
"seeking what they might devour." ]aut
'we regard but little any opposition-lhat may
come from a pensioned press, or the feeble
'efforts of the 1 army of office" homers."
strugglitig'to preserve the ev.,'"Swh'ch is
their lgoo." They -may 1 go into caucus,";.W
and nominateha ticket, but what -cantheir yr
feeble efforts aail against the united voice
of a free people? Weknow th-at.everye..
fdrtwill be'mAde, by appealing to the politi .
cal prejudices of"the people, to keep theikL-
from giving way'tb fhMtSpontaneous fee ing, ..
which prompts ttierhmt6'ally'upon the 'Hero*
of Buena Vista,' and 'Dibthiitg "'wvill have ht ,
tendency to aid his opponents more in s& gy
doing, than the constant parading of -Gen6- .^
ral Taylor's Whig principles in the cof- ....
umns of Whig papers, or setting him up ast
the candidate of the Whig party. We -
not fitid'f, t't therewith, nor say that they
have no right -go to do, but simply question
the policy of such a'douitse.
As to withholding tflb expression of oar
opinion in Gen. Taylor's-,.favqr, simply be-.
cause we have no evidencerdaa he hasgiveh
j j~ : .' -" .a
in'his adhesion to what. Wer-ib. some-other
'* .,;t -~ .
AVhig considers the se'rIals of Whgig- .
gism, :we shall not do so--because awe are ..
sa1isfed that he,, like many others, ha's
heretofore given ih hIis adhesion (b'the Whiig
party, Ibea'u-se he had confiJehce.:in the
correctness of ifs intentions, thi g'ih opp6- '.,..
-sed to a Natifial Bank, and various other
masters of Whig, so called, polic" ( Now-
we do not believe that the W h'g -pa1t. .... *'"
the United Slat'e-s'are "nidh'vs.tim.on. all -
.questio'd s of policy. ,;-^.
WV e kno6 t,*athat0t the extra session of 1841r,-." "
Ihe bank, and th e ban'krup't I law, ahd -theqlanO a = J,.7.%:-
distribution bill, were passed 'by mea.os f 0- .1 ,
the log-rolling system. The New york .-
members, who were ifn favor of the bankl- "'-- -
rupt law, voting for the bank bill--a measure 'i o-
which they decla'F4_-th.eir constituents. did _. '7
not desire; whi'js-:he-.represenl;tives o .
wester, Siates,-wheret(be bank was poplt-
la'r, voted for ihe"-bmirnkpt law, ;,bout -whiich
llhey and h'eir pe-o'Me"were indifferent. And.
then, again, as to-the tfiriff bill of '42. 'We
know that Many W'higs were opposed to in,
because they conside'ed the duties on som'6
things too high-and some because they ,/
were opposed to discriminatfing duties,Tas "-- _i
mnuy-are to this day-as witness the"WVltigg -
of Hilliard's district in Alabama, who hhave
evinced their opinion to that effect, by re- ;*
nominating him for Congress. We con-" *f:7.d~-
Seientiously believe that the Whig party "<^' :


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.:,'"'"-" .* ^ _.'-. _^7_'r- .Y --*. .':_" 7,,_ 'a .=-=-. -**..*,-.---- ^: f'- '- -;-- 1'g ggg. ..... ami~a n' "o.. -"* e i a !-i.'ii.,:,i:, i e l, .1 from ask three times as much as W endell &
-';-B hllit beanflitfu1 uicli-" p ii-.i eP_..the gal- Vad.-Benthuyseu-no, only 296 pe' cent.
." .lerv, mnisuarimetftlh e l ,'orn., ir.ri, :\,\ .which more!
iBi now h1oy to "sup o--ft.il1 t,,, a portrait We do not undertake to say that Blair &
of Viltroi-ia Colota. --l.e6- IrI I,; o17f the bo- Rives asked too much, or Wendell & Van
sum, arm,11 shoulders, n ,i-I h.,i, 1;,are per- Benthuyseh too little, compensation for
leci, an,] n."):i I-t,.-I'cetlyp i iii,'il: n.ii ccould doing the printing of Congress; but the
not be more beaiiifln, 'nor1 ,,l m ;-r, beauti- result of this, the first attempt to discard
S ful, thanthey na,, hI-re eshov.n. The .third the corrupt and demoralizing practice of
'picture to which mv a tenlitrn %.i. drawn, using the public printing as a means of fee-
: and the only one on which I ,lt with ing and sustaining a party organ, bribed and
S 'inmixed pleasure,, was :1 female portrait, bound, as the bond slave of faction, to do
91sidI to be by Ti~i'n,-but-- ihou-ht it ra- the work which honesty-refuses, and inde-
..:-**- tIerlhe-wwork ofPtnima Vlcchio. The per- pendence scorns, is'of a character, we hum-
".-" son o., this woman was enveloped in rich, bly trust, to satisfy the American people of
-but burly, ungi.,,elul- altire, even io one of thZ wisdom and necessity of the change.
S "" her hands, whi,.1i 0.1.;. covert-,I wih ', euinsy
g.. glove. This, and something In toe colo- [From the Picayune.]
r" 'in-, and in the soft t1lil-iooking golden LATER FROM VERA CRUZ.
halir, recalled to me the holv love of Titian, Attack on a Wagon -Train by a ./'!..(i,'c.it
in that beautiful picture which lie has cal- Guerilla Party-Thirty Americans sup-
led-wlil can tell Why?-Holy and Profane posed to be kiiled-Forly Wagons Des-
-Love. The countenance of the lady was
Serene and sweet, the tmouth full ofnobility, troyed--Death of Major Bosworth, Pay-
"graee, andIeven wit. The eyes'deep set,, master United States Ar'my.
,and 0fa 'dark blue color, the form of the The U. S. ship Massachusetts, Captain
'for,;i'leadI and face full of character--majes- Wood, arrived last evening from Vera Cruz,
"tic an'd lovely,-the beautiful hair, together whence she sailed the evening -of the 11th
-With the warm reflection it cast like a golden inst. The Massachusetts brings over 155
curtainn on her throat, seemed to me the sick and wounded soldiers, underccharge of
"very perfection of mere mechanical art. Dr. Tudor, besides the following passen-
'Shewas'a most -fair graedolas idy, and as gers : Mr. Joseph Harrod, Dr. Tudor, U.
'we l37fi the roorn, turning to look at her S. A., Pu;'ser Bryan, of llie navy, and Mr.
againi, my slster'said she looke lik-e Portia Bosworth and two servants.
:,' F;.. to mid-womainihood-an.(l s.,- she.did. The vo,::iia is represented as -on the i-n-
tcrease at Vera Cruz. We regret extreme-
TN From tNe hil. North Amerian.] ly to say- that Paymaster Bosworth, who
.....O..ESIOA PrIG.. sale d from here only on the.18th ult.,
Our readers aree doubtless a"Ware that the sickened and died in Vera Cruz of the
last Congress effected a very important vomita. His remains were brought back
change in the mode of giving out the con- on the Massachusetts, in charge of his
gressional printing; which now, Inslead of brother.
being-ii,-.I. as was heretofore the case, to Quite the most important intelligence
%sflpp6ft ,and enrich a partiz,,n press, is brought by this arrival relates to an attack
thruo.:n*open'to all the printers of theUnion, npon a large train by the Mexican gueril-
-and'givrn by'cnontract to thelowest bidder, las, which -inhas been partially successful.-
'For this. happy chanrgethe gnrtiitude of the By the Fanny we learnedthait a train was
"people of ihe United Slates is due, in part, to leave Vera Cruz on the morning of the
to'the exertions of Whig members to rerne- 5th inst., for Peubla, under the command of
lya system which had become an evil; but Lieut. Col. Mclntosh. The train had in
hbove all, to the virtues and patriotism of charge -1:'5..0- in specie, of which sum
the venerable editor of the Union, who had one, h'hundred thousand belonged to the
succeeded in making the evil a nuisance.- Paymaster's Department, the remain,}er to
S6me attempts were made at the corn- I he Quartermaster's. One hundred and
mencement of-the 29th Congress, by a dis- twenty-five wagons and six hundred pack
tinguished Senator, to restrict within ra- mules were in the train, 'which was es-
tional limits the profits of 'he public prin- cored by 800 troops'.
ter, which were known to have been. inor- The train left Vera Cruz on the night of
dinatelygreat; but all reform w:Is unavai'l- the 4th inst., and on Saturday the 6th, when
ing, until the public printer himself, the it had advanced about twenty-five miles, it
editor of the government organ, brought to was attacked by a large party of' guerillas.
the rescue the aid of a pen irresistible from The place was well selected for the pur-
the fury of its denunciations, and the ma- pose by-the Mexicans, being represented as'
levolence and indecency of its aspersions, a defile broad enough for a single wagon
There was some character left to be vindi- only. It is said too, that slight works were
catedeven in the Seralnir; and accordingly, thrown up ,by the Mexicans to obstruct
the editor of the Union was expelled from their advance. The attack was made from
the hall which he had outraged, and the each- extremity of the train and upon the
employment, which in his'handsmwas a mine cent-re at tAhe same time, the principal point
of,wealth, taken from,"him,'to -be bestowed however being the wagons which weresup-
upon those who are content to peilorm its posed to contain the specie.
duties for one-third the price, and, appa- Private accounts represent that the at-
rently, without expecting the privilege of tack was so far successful that forty of our
libellingg their'employers and the country, wagons Were destroyed--tbough not those
These remarks grow ;:out of the inspec- containing the specie-two hundred mules
tion which we have i-:i been making of loaded, with subsistence were taken, and
Senate Documents'223, 29th Congress, 2d thirty of our men killed. The Americun
Session, being the" 'Report from the Vice -Eagle of the 9th says our loss is variously
President of thbt United States and rit'he Scc- estrrrarect firem four to twenty, tjtr-prvte -
retarv of the Senate, of the letting of the accounts, from responsible sources, give
-prntni~ng of the 30th Congress, under the the loss as we have done, at thirty men.-
ioint resolution of the 3d August, 1846, The check was so severe that Col. Mcln-
..an'd-Ie6 *contracts relating to the same," tosh determined not to hazard an advance
which whs read and ordered to be printed without reinforcements. Our troops ac-
on the gd of March last. This report is so cordingly entrenched themselves behind
,far interesting and curious, as it enables us their wagons, and despatches were sent off
'to judge what price the congressional prin- to Gen. Cadwallader at Vera Cruz. The
ting has heretofore been done for, as con- General left on Monday evening, the 7th
trasted with what it can-and now is to- inst., with five hundred men and (bur ho-
be done for by Messrs. Wendell & Van wviizers. Private accounts say further, !hat
Benthuysen, of 'New York, and Messrs. on the 10(h a part o[" the v6oltigeurs also
Tippin, & Streeper, of Pennsylvania, to left, with four howitzers, to join the train.
whom the new contracts have been assign- The Eag.le represents that our troops re-
ed. The resolution of August 3d, 1846, ceived the attack with the utmost coolness,
divides the congressional! printing into five and that the enemy being repulsed, fell back
different kinds or classes, (And the fit, towards the I Puente .aciona* which some
class is subdivided into three (l,:.r....n sorts suppose they may attempt to defend. No
or parts.) The contracts for the first, second, later news from the train hadl been re-
third, and fourth classes, were taken by the eeived the morning of the 11th, the day the
first named contractors and those for the M'assachusettstleft. On the !0th, a large
fifth class by the last named. There were mail was despatched to this port on the pro-
altogether fifteen bidders. What is signifi- peller Washington, which may be hourly
canl, Messrs. Pitchie & Heiss do not ap)- expected. 'Her letters may bring us fur-
pear among the bidders, but lhey figure as other details.
two of :the three securities of" Tip~pin & No later news had been received from'
Streeper. It is, however, interesting to the army o-f Gen. Scott. The reason is
find Messrs. Blair &. Rives, the fortunate obvious; for the present at least the corn-
.predecessors of Riitchie & Heiss, the an- municaiion has b~een entirely cut off. We
cient organs of the Democracy, who revel- do not regard this a'S at all ala-rming, for
1-ed so-lo~ng undisturbed, ihe Ior:ds of the Ge]. Cadwallader will no doubt opien a pas-
great Globe, as the oracles and printers of sage to Jalaps at once; but, it indicates a
their party,.putting in their bids, with char-' necessity for some cavalry force upon the
acteristieecourag'e, for the highest rates, and line to clear away the brigands which infest
oflftetmg as their bondsmen three goo'd men it, and who mustered in greater force than
and true, "or (happy fellows!) United had been anticipated to attack a ttain guard-
tates 6 per cent. stock as security," at the ed by 800 troops.
Option of the Seereta~ry of the Sernate and But the audacity of these guerillas does
(bfiClerk of the House. not stop here. They are entering Vera
Thefollowing little tables, to which we Cruz and stealing our horses. For several


jovite the readers attention, will present nights alarms had been created in the city
some ideaof thedin'brence in cost to the by these predatory attempts. Private let-
United Sta.tes between .giving the Public ters say that. sixty"horses were stolen from
printing to party organs, or to the lowest one pen in the immediate vicinity of the
bidder. The first ta)Ie shows the aggre- town. A regiment of Texas Rangers, it
gate of the highest and the lowest bids that seems to us, would find ample scope for
were offered for the contracts, wUhhout any employment in the vicinity of Vera Cruz.
*pecification of names; though wo may
mention that, of the highest, all the bids, GEORGIA FLOUR.-We were yesterday pre- t
'except the first anJ las, (that is, Class 1 scented with one of the best samples of Geor- 1
and Class 5, C,) -are. the bids of .Blair & gia Flour we have seen. It was from the I
Rives: mills of MIessrs. Philips & Dearing, New- C
Class 1 H8,75i2 BIS-. L TBD.toil County. Not only is the quality of' this e
2 942,331 91 11...... 02 Flour superior but the condition in which a
3 -$7,'676 37 ...-.,1 1-, 93 it was. ut up, is very creditable for a new i
4 1161,097 77 no'I. t-1 92 estilbJishment. The barrels were well made,
5, A- 55,705 31 1. 1- 317
-- B $917 05 $306 32 with ten flat oak hoops, and poplar heading, (
C $3,421 28 $1,301 56 and although not quite as neat as the nor- I
-----. --- them made barrels, they are equally as
Total $229482 5 76,823575 good for shipment. The lot received was i
,' -75a small one, and $7-1 offered for it as soon
Difference 8153,101 14 as put on the market, but the agents, Mes- t
Here the difference ,between tile sum of srs. Baker, Wilcox & Co., refused to sell (
-;the highest and the sum of the lowest bids, it at less-than $8 per bbl., which they will t
is only $153,101 14 ; and the highest bid- no doubt obtain.
ders only ask an average of' 299 per cent. We wish Messers, Phillips & Dearing
over-or, in round numbers, three times as every success in their new line, and if they n
much as-the lowest bidders will pay a little more attention to neatness s
Of those who offered for all the classes, of package, their brand of Flour will always -
or the whole congressional printing, Blair bring the highest market price. As it-is, r
& Rives bid highest, and Wendell & Van they have set an example to Georgia mil- c
Benthuysen lowest. The following are lers, which-if followed, will soon pnt Geor- n
the gross aggregates of, and the difference gia Flour on an equal footing with any made s
between -their bids: in this country, and for the South Ameri- t
Blair-& Rives $227,756 76 can and West India market itwill be sought J
Wendell & Van Benthuysen 78,682 68 after, as it stands theclimate of those co n-
Difference $149,074 08 tries much better than Northern Flour. d
B9 that Blair & Rives did not actually [Augusta Constitutionalist, -6


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THE PRESIMDENCY-TE SENT1NLL--
*TRE WHIGS. *
We are piea"&.'to find thafouTr able Whig
cotemporary responds to our inquiry, by as-
senting to our proposition ast to the impro-
priety of a Whig National Convention
being called to select a candidate tor the
Presidency. We are also gratified to per-
ceive that the Sentinel is not disposed to aid
in making Gen. Taylor the candidate of a
party, and so render him obnoxious to those
who have heretofore differed with him in
opinion.
We can assure our friend, the Sentinel,
that we by no means misconstrue the spirit
of its article; on the contrary we have pe-
rused it with that pleasure which we always
experience in reading the temperate and in-
dependent opinions of a journal, Which we
know to possess the confidence, & speak the
sentiments of a large portion of that party
with whom we have always acted, and shall
continue to'act, governed as much if not
more by the confidence which vie possess
in the patriotism and integrity of its leaders
and principal men; than because we have
always coincided with it in opinion, We
dare say that in the views expressed by us
on the subject of the "Presidency," "we
chance to differ with a respectable number
of our Whig friends. We have reason to
know that, that portion of our remarks,
wherein we recommended 'an union of par-
ties for the sake of the Union "--an union
to be cemented by the election of the Hero
of Buena Vista-was coldly received by
some of the sanguine anJ uncompromising
of the Whig Party, who, flushed by recent
triumphs, think that victory stares us in the
face. Deeming us to have proposed thp
destruction of the Whig Party, they become
indignant at the proposition, and give vent to
bursts of patriotic eloquence. What we
proposed to accomplish was the destruction
of that spirit of party which has produced
so many unhappy and irreconciliable dis-.
putes, upon questions so nearly approaching
each other, that but for the spirit of Vpt'y,
and by the exercise of that spirit of cotn--
promise and mutual desire to agree, so be-1
coining to a government like ours, had soon
been set at rest in a manner profitable and
pleasant to all.
It does not appear to us to follow, that'
because all party lines are withdrawn, that'
therefore the patriotic conservatives of the
Whig party, who have so gallantly defended
the ship of state from the assaults of a ma-
jority, drunk with power, and greedy of
place, will be sent into retirement, and ren-
dered powerless for good ; on the contrary,
did no party organization exist controling the
elections, new candidates were to be chosen
by the people,u:-biassed by prejudices. Who
doubts but that the band of patriots who
have rendered glorious the annals of the
Whig party, would continue t6 'represent
the people?-to doubt it, is to insinuate a:
want of capacity, in the people to nIa6'e
clhoice of proper rulers. But instead of:
the number of those who could be relied on
to maintain intact the constitution, being
reduced by an uuion of parties, shou-ld we
not see the virtuous and patriotic of all our
late opponents joined with and swelling the
number of the DEFENDERS OF TUE CON-
STITUTION ? The idea entertained by some,
that our government cannot successfully be
administered save by party organization, has
no foundation in tact, and the history of out.
own country, appealed to by those who .as-


[From the Philadelphia Bulletin.]
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
Arrival of the Camnbria.
SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
Advancein Cotton-Decline in Breadstuff's-
Dealh of Daniel O'Connell.
The steamer Cambria reached Boston
this morning at nine o'clock. She sailed
from Liverpool on the 4th, and brings six-
teen days later intelligence.
We give the news as we are receiving it
through Telegraph.
LIVERPoot, June 4, 1847..
"CoRNr MARKET.-Notwithstanding the
strange speculations entertained previously
to the departure of the last steamer, that
the Corn market would maintain its upward
tendency, the unusual fineness of the
weather, promising a favorable home'har-
vest, had the effe,'t of materially depressing
prices, and of course contracting the extent
of average transactions.
T-he advices, however, brought by the
Caledonia of light stocks in the American
ports, have created considerable activity,
aided by the dreaded relaxation that has
taken place in ihe pressure of the money
market, have largely tended to re-establish
a free desire to speculate. The report,
though, authenticated, of a probable failure
of'the potato crop, both in Ireland and Jer-
sey, have also had their own influence. ,
The markets have in point of fact fallen
20s per quaHer from the highest point; but
though flour had declined to 40s per barrel,
it is now worth 42s, "and may be fairly quo-
ted at 43s for best Western. Some aver-
ages 37 to 38s per barrel.
American Wheat 10s. 6d. to 12s. 6d. per
70 lbs. Indian Corn is tolerably steady at
56s. for prime yellow; and in some instances,
towing to the increased demand from Ireland,
white has commanded 2s. per quarter above
the currency of yellow corn.
Meal ranges between 28 and 31s., with a
tendency to higher quotations. "The total
export of breadstuffs from the United States
to Great Britain and Ireland from the 1st
September, 1846, to 14th May 1847, appears
to be-Flour 1,656,802 bbls. Cour Meal
434,432 bbls. Wheat 1,512,274 b shels.
Oats 271,555 bushels.
P rovisions-The supply is mgoderately
fair, but the demand languid. Beefis not
plentiful, nor is it in much demand."' Butt-
ter and Cheese maintain a fair price and
the consumption unusually great within the
last three months. Hams are generally
dull, with a tendency to the accumulation of
*inferior stocks. Altogether there is no dis-
position to do largely in provisions. Hemp
-The arrivals have been so small as scarce-
ly to affect the market; 50 bales of good
American tow brought 211. 10s. Rosin and
Turpintine-Sales show remarkable inacti-
vity; Rosin has fallen to 3s per cwt, and
Turpentine 7s 6d and 8s per cwt.
COTTON.-The tone of this marketsince
the departure ofdthe last steamer has mate-
rially improved. The apprehensions of
short-receipts and of the backward season
for the growing crop, have caused the de-
cided advance. The improvement is like-
wise in a great measure attributed to the
greater rise in the money market, so on the
whole, the condition and prospects of the
cotton trade present a very encouraging as-

The sales of the week, ending the ,23lh
ultimo, amounted to 39,000 bales. Upland
descriptions rated at 5 a 54; to 7d.; Orleans
5a to 81d.; Alabama & Mobile 51d to 7,d.;
and Sea Island 12j to 204d. per lb. East
India is quoted j to 4d. per lb. higher, since
the last steamer.
The market retains an unquestion'ably
firm character, and'inquiries from the trade
are more than ordinarily general in the M]an-
chester market. There is an obvious de-
sire to purchase, and the ascending dispo-
sition of the market has checked transac-
tions and led to the relinquishment of
heavy contracts, which would otherwise be
accepted. The orders executing for theU.
S. are heavier than have been known for
many years.
FITVAqCIAL.--The financial prospects of
the country, on the whole, are exceedingly
animating. The disposition which the
Bank of England lately evinced to discount
more freely, has become more largely de-
veloped, and a greater degree of confidence
has been imparted to all branches of trade.
The weekly returns published on Friday,
the 18th ult. show the amount of notes in
actual circulation on the week endi-ng the
22d ult., including seven day and other bills,
to have been 19,578,283 pounds.
The amount o~f gold and silver coin and
bullion in the vaults of the bank was o69,948,
630, showing an increase of c786,400.-
The monthly increase was o734,743.
METALS.-The Caledonia brought con-
siderable orders for manufacturers of iron,
and as the stocks in the United States are
generally supposed to be light, there is
likelihood that the shipments to that quar-
ter will continue good-. The prices here
are tolerably well supported, with the ex-
eeption only of Welsh iron, which is some-
what easier of purchase.


Lord Beesboroughis succeeded, as Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland, by Lord Claren-
don.
Dr. Chalmers, the eminent theologian,
d-ied suddenly on Monday last.
The first meeting of the Irish Conrfedera-
tion of Allstass, for national purposes, was
held on Monday; it professes to combine
Irishmen of every grade and section of
opinion to watch over the rights and inter-
ests of the country, and to create, foster,
and develop a sound Irish public opinion,
irrespective of party.
DEATH OF DANIEL O'CONNELL.-Mr.
O'Connell died at Genoa on the 15th of
May. He has directed his heart to be de-
posited in Rome, and his body to be buried
n Ireland.
Intelligence has been received of the to-
tal loss of the MNary Ellen, of New York,
off-the island Subi, East Indies. Three of
the crew drowned.
CONSISTENCY.-One day the ;'
nian speaks ofthe Whigs as the federal de-
scendants of the tories of the revolution and
-the next speaks of the Hon. Charles Car-
rol, ofN. Y., "federalist," as the descendant
of" Carroll ofCarrollton !" One (Jay it de-
nounces the entire Whig party as having
sympathies with the toryism of the revolu-
ion, and in the same breath laudates Chas.
fared Ingersoll, who has asserted that he
would have been a story had he lived in the
lays of the revolution. One moment it glori-
fies that pure democracy which sprang from


Jefferson, and the next n.omeirt7 calls Bu-
chanan, Wall, Cass, and other bitter revi-
lers of Jefferson, his principles and his per-,
son, the leaders of the Democracy. This
is consistency.-- [Phil. North Amer.


Dj,-- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments':-
JOSEPH F. MASONx, Post Buildings, corner of
Hanoverand Beaver streets, New York.
DAVID BRAVO, F .sq., New Orleans. '
WM. AV. C REVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Enfaula. Ala.


FOURTH OF JULY.
The citizens of Franklin are requested
to meet at th'e Exchange, on Wednesday
the 30th, at 6 o'clock, P. M., to make ar-
"fangements forthe celebration of the Fourth
of July.
NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.
We have received from Messrs. LEON'ARD
SCOTT & Co., New York, the April num-
ber of the above Quarterly. It is as usual
replete with able and interesting matter.
GRAHAM FOR JULY.
Graham's capital American Montliy Ma-
gazine, for July, comes before its time,"
and gives us a peep af a "counterfeit pre-
sentiment" of "Old Zach," the Hero that
is, and the President that will be. The
sketch of the Generals features was made
by Capt. Eaton, his aid-de-camp, the en-
graving is by Sartain, done in his best style
of mezzotint. The next number of Graha(n
promises to present us with a portrait of
Gen. Butler. These engravings, are with
the subscription price of the magazine, 83.
Besides the portrait of Gen. Taylor, there
is a view of Tallulah Falls, and "Mirian,"
a fancy sketch.


NEW TAYLOR PAPER.
The "National" is the title of a news-
paper, just started, in New Orleans, and
r edited by T. B. TnoRtPE, of some lit-
erary renown, at the head of whose col-
umnsfliesthe name of"ZA('HARY TAY-
LOR for President."
From the specimen before us, the pre-
vious career of the editor, and the banner
under which it has enlisted, we shall ex-
pect-and we confidently anticipate-a glo-
rious and successful career for the Nation-
al.
BAPTIST TELEGRAPH 5& FLORIDA EMI-
GRANT,
Is the title of a new paper, edited by JAS.
McDoNALD, Esq., and published at Jack-
sonvilie, E. F.
It is dedicated,"; says the prospectus,
"to tOle GLor OF GoD." "\We begin its
publicationn" says the editor, with no other
hope of success, than that which is founded
in his approbation and patronage." Truly
the editorhas chosen a holy cause in which
to employ his pen, and he must possess
faith equal to th'e moving of mountains, if
he hopes to pay the, printer," without mor-
tal "aid and comfort." The days of mira-
cles, however, are past-manna is no longer
rained from Heaven, and but few are to be
found who are willing to lend their money
on the security offered by Dean Swift, when
he once preached a charity sermon. My
hi-ethren," said he, he who giveth to the
poor lendeth to the Lord-if you like the
security, down with the dust," The Dean
took up an unusually large contribution,
but we question whether our hbiother of the
Telegraph could ,.get any "loaves and-
fishes" in Florida on such terms.
On looking further down into the prospec-
tus of the Telegraph, we find that the above
quotation was only meant as a "figure of
speech." Like Amos Kendall's winding up
of his extra Globe prospectus in 1840, our
brother exclaims to his Baptist fyiends:
Send on the Dollar." We entreat the
co-operation of our brethren. Baptist
churches will be kind enough to send
through them, or otherwise, their subscrip-
tions."
LIGHT HOUSE ON CAPE FLORIDA.
We were led by an article inman exchange
paper to state that there had lately been
erected on Indian Key a Light House, in
lieu of one destroyed. We are informed
by several shipmasters that the Light House
alluded to, as having been re-built, is situ-
ated on Cape Florida,
THE RIVER.
Continued rains keep the river navigation
open. The steamer Boston, Morton, came
down from Columbus without difficulty.
GEN. PILLOW.-
This officer has published a refutation of
the charges made against him by Col. Has-
kell and the officers of the Tennessee Regi-
ment. We shall endeavor in our next to
*give place to the most important portions
of it. Having published the accusation,
we feel bound to give the defence.
POLITICS OF THE GREAT STATES.-Since
the commencement of the war against Mex-
ico; by Mr. Polk, elections have been holden
for members of Congress in our four largest
States, with the following result, compared
with the previous election :
1846. 1847.
Whigs. Dem. Whigs. Dem.
New York ....... .... 13 21 23 11
Pennsylvania .... .... 12 12! 17_ 7
Ohio ..... .. .... .... 8 14 11 10
Virginia ...... .... ... 1 14 6 9
3 61 57 37


.t sucu a ipropositionu, il turs ncontesta- reckon am-ondg its members a l-arge and i-
ble evidence of its fIllac. Where was telligenti bodyo-fmen, independent in iheiV-
party spirit wnen George Washington Wfis politics, who are found in its rank's; iore be-
choseu President of t-he United States ?- cause they deem the 6ountr-y/ Safety de-


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.,,Window Glass. ,,
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received -
and for sale by L -
June 12 1,, F. ABELL.
Panacea.. r e*-f@
HfOUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just r -ei
and for sale by ..":
June 12 H. F. ABELL.-.
Hioarhound Candy. ,
PEASE'S. Clarified Essence of Hoarhound-,..;-:,-
. Candy, just received and for sale by .- "-'
June 2 H. F. ABELL. .


Lamp Oil.
I LEACHED andSperm Oil just received ana
.. for'sale by -
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Bull's and Sand's
S ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
. June 12 H. F. ABELL. -
Sat'saparilla Syrup.
JUST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
; Bay Bume
FRESH supply of A. French's, superior,_
Bay Ruth, just received and for sale by
June 1 H. F. ABELL.
Florida Mffolasses.
IN tierces and barrels,. for sale D'y
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.,
For Sale,
1 HHDS- choice N 0 Sugar-;
10 50 bbls Flour, by ; .
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & 'CO,':
ALAD.'OIL, iust received and for pale by .
S April 17 1. F. AWUl-


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When ,li,,s united upon matters of policy,
more deeply inlertstling, to the .national
-welfare than a:l ohiler questions which re-
ma.n |o be consi].h.! d-no longer kept asun-
-terb'y ancient politi( il barriers'- united by
a eommunify of patriotic puorpbose, in oppo-
sition to' a eak and corrupt "administra-
'tiion, feebly sustained by a 'bigotted minori-
ty--soon approaclhin, to its, natural disso-
l0ioh. 4ow favorable, would be the con-
iunditire- of events! How' propitious the
6" time, f (those who united together- to save
the honor and the welfare 1of the nation
from destruction, 1o effect a political union,
to Pttard it a2-,inst all future dangers',--
rhat is to |-prevent it?' Naught but thle
2,oni l ,is iilf,./, tlh e atachment to names.
-. We feel that we have spun Out this article
to a length hicomimensurate to the space af-
feriled bf our-colitlnrvn, or the merits of the
composition, but not greater thanthe impor-
tance of the subject of which wehave treat-
'ed demands-and we conclude by a remark
personal to ourselves. From the days of
our boyhood up to the present time-in dis,-
aster and defeat, as well as when at present
" victory inclines to favor our cause-we have
been the titfalhering adherent of that p-arty,
-!hIerein we have been able to'follow the lead
of men whose .lives and whose doctrines
proved to Our satisfaction that tIhe mantle
of theWVhig-. of '76 had fallen upon their
14) ouldeIs. We have aimed -to do what
service out feeble powers'and opportunity
,enabled us to render, and we have' never
sought, buit, 1ha,'" ri,, ly refused, those
honors and rewards'in the gift of" our fellow-
citizens., We can assure those who seemed
-,. to fear, that we were about to become defec-
tive, that we shall continue .iea ]fast in our
'"opposition to Modern Demnocracy, and the
mnen who conp.-p">se it, as loui as we preserve
"the use of our mental facultie's. Between
j "it au'! ug-yearns a gulf we never desire to


.good reasons why it may not be done. We
would encourage Mr. S. to persevere till he
has brought this important desideratum to
practical perfection.

[From the Philadelphia North American.]
REPUBLICAN SIMPLICITY.
The Washington Union, the organ of (lie
government, andt the trumpet of modern
Democracy, in noticing the departure of
Mr. Silas Burrows, of New York, with des-
patches to St. Petersburg, indulges in the
following flourish of courtly politesse, which,
we think, has a republican democratic
twang of a rather original character, and
may serve- to point a moral if not adorn a
tale:
"We may be excused for adding, that Mr.
Burrows visits Russia under very interesting cir-
cumstances. He is one of the very few indivi-
duals in the United States who have had the op-.
portunity, and improved it, of contributing to
serve the Czar of Russia, About seventeen years
ago we had the pleasure of offering the public
tribute which was due to Mr. B. for the relief
.extended by one of his vessels at sea to a func-
tionary of the Russian government. His generous
conduct in subsequently expending his funds,
without compensation, in the service of Russia,
reflected great credit, not only upon himself, but
upon his own country."
Here we have Mr.B.,-a plain American.
and we doubt not, a good democrat, who
extended relief to a Russian functionary at
sea,-pe.rhaps saved him from drowning or
short allowance,-lauded for his happiness
in having served-nay, rarer felicity still in
being one of the very few individuals in
the.United States who have had the oppor-
tunity to serve" not the distressed indivi-
dual,, but "the Czar of Russia," his impe-
rial master and owner. And Mr. B. is fur-
ther felicitated for his generous conduct
in~subsequently expending his funds with-
.out any compensation, in the service of
R"ussia," which reflects great credit not
only upon himself, but upon his own coun-
try."
Now this does sound a little strange in a
republican Journal, the official organ of a
republican government,-and the Washing-
ton Union too, that dragon of democracy,
which so lately lashed the aristocrats of the
United States Senate,for tyrannical usage of
a poor editor, and spoke, or seemed to
speak, contemptuously of the American
Vice-Presidency. Does the merit of having
relieved a Russian at sea consist in the hnp-
piness and glory of having served the Rus-
sian Czar? and does the expending of an
American's money without any.compen-
sation, in. the service of Russia" (a very
"generous" act had it been performed "in
,the service" of a starving beggar) really
"reflect great credit upon the country?"
To our uncourtly ears, this is the tone
and the adulation of-we will not say what.
Human nature is the marvel, as well as the
mystery, of iniquity. There is but one step
between the sublime and the ridiculous ; and
one between the democracy of the jacobin
and servile submission to thirnes. The
same French Democra'ts who,, under Ro-
bespierre, murdered aristocrats in the name
nf Liberty, died in the battle, under Napo-
leon, shouting Vine 1' Empereur !" Some
good Americans have called this heroism:
to us it has always appeared the fervor of
insanity and the devotion nfn Miavy.
MONEY MATTERS AT THE SOUTH.
The New Orleans Bulletin of the 5th in-
stant has the following article :
MONEY AND ExcHANGaE.-The exchan-
ges continue depressed and money scarce,
principally, if not exclusively, owing to the
action of the Goverment.. The complaints
are justly loud and general, as to the mode
the Department has adopted, for making
their numerous and heavy payments at this
place, iu which, notwithstanding its mani-
fest injustice to individuals, and the general
injury and derangement it occasions to the
business of the city, they will still persevere.
Parties having. claims for supplies, or
otherwise, are stili compelled to take drafts
on the North, and those receiving army bills
from Mexico, can oniv get them settled in
the same mariner, all, or most of which
drafts coming on the market, in addition:
to the usual supply of bills from regular
b usifiess operations, depresses exchange and
obliges the holders to part with then at
from "2 to 2^, and in some instances even at
3 per cent. loss. ...
In looking over. the American newspa-
pers published in Mexico, we see the dis-
bursing officers of the army advertising their
bills on New Orleans for sale, and when pa~r-
ties, with fuill confidence in the good faith
of the government, pay their specie funds for
these ,drafts, they find, on presenting them
to the proper officer' at this place, that the
government has entirely neglected to provide
any funds to meet the payrnent, and th~ey
have no claim for damages nor interest,
which they would have against an individual,
They are then compelled to go without their
money, or take in settlement other drafts
"n a distant point, on which tthey must suf-
fer heavy loss! Theunaturaleconsequencee
oftbls violation of the public faith has been


to the credit of these drafts in Mexi-
co, deprive the government of the
great ,, ty of obtaining specie there, free
of expense, thus obliging them to send coin
from the United States at an enormous cost,
particular-ly wheen it is recollected what are
the-ekpe'nses for transportation there, to say
nothing of the necessity of escorts, to pro-
tect it, and the loss of the services of these
troops,
But. oppressive and unjust as is the tax
thus ifi'flicted on individuals, it is not a tythe
to what it saddles upon the planters and
farmers of the country, who have sent their
produce for sale at this place. The present
state of exchanges in this city is an actual
and indisputable tax, of one dollar upon every
bale of cotion-of fifteen cents on every barrel
of four, and two cents upon every bushel of
corn, sold in New Orleans during the present
state of things.
To a business man, all this is self-evident,
and requires no explanation, for it is very
clear that parties, who buy and ship produce
from hence, when counting the cost of such
produce, landed in a foreign port, much in-
clude the loss of exchange on their bills,
just as murh as the cost of freight; and a
purchaser, who will give ten cents per
pound for cotton, when he sells his bill at
two and a half per cent, loss, would give ten
and a-- quaver cents, if he could obtain par
for his drafts.
Ticliffdflnz what the two armies in Mexico
*wil'I trcquire, the public expenditure at New
Orleans, between this and the first of Au-


this fact. A late number of. the ,- Washington
Union," commenitinit, upon Gen. Taylor's letter
which speaks of his position in -regard to the
Presidency, says :
"i The fol lowing.'letter bears- marks of ,the
modesty' which ,the New Orleans Bulletin attri-
butes to Gen. Taylor.. But we hazard-the remark,
that it might bave been equally, if not more
-modest, if, casting'away all ambition,' he had
stood aside for the present, and firmly passed
over the honors of,. election to one of the
*eminent and, deserving' citizens whom he cona-
siders better 'qualified for so high and responsi-
ble station.'- Whilst the gallant and distinguish-
ed General, .however, removes all the doubts
'(as the Bulletin supposes) as to his acceptance of
the nomination for the Presidency,' we are
free to state, with all respect, that this iq.not
-going far enough. .The people sought to know-
and a free people will never e satjsfiedd w.ith-oat
lknowing-how far his principles suit them. Is
he a demnocrat;'or is he.a whig ? He goes, for a
,strict observance of ihe constitution!' What
does the General mean by a strict obsei-,ance? Is
he of the school of Jefferson, 6r of Webster anld
Caly ? Does .he go for a national. bank- for
a national system of internal improvements-
a protective or a revenue triff-_the law of 1$42
or of 1846 ? We have no idea that the old s61'dier
affects any mystery upon .these questions. He
willl scarcely pursue the advice of his 'Icommit-
tee of secrecy' at PhiladIlphia. But let some
friend call upon him for,another letter, and let
the old General come out. 'this -is what th,e
country has a right to ask; and nothing short of
this requisition ought to satisfy an enlightefied
people,, who value principles more than men."
The vindictive spirit of the Editor towards
Gen. Taylor. which pervades this extract, is
badly conceal ed in a holloW'show of compliment;
but our Apalachicola friend will thus learn from
head quarters that however much he may desire
Gen. Taylor's name to come before the country
disconnected with either party, no such desire
or purpose is ehte'rtainend by the phalanx of the
administration. I .
And now as to the general proposition of amal-
gamating parties, (doing t(eiri away enttiely,) ad-
vanced, we think, in theAdvertiser's article of
the 15th, we have this to say: At the outset of
our existence under State Government, we were
strongly in favor of such a union in Florida, upon
the selection of all officers not (in a party sense)
political. And this, because, while it would af-
ford a wider range for selection of the officers
(such as Judges, for instance,) as far as it went,
it would conciliate and harmonize public senti-
ment, secure for the new government a greater
share of public confidence, and, as we thought,
multiply in many ways, the chances for a pros-
perops and satisfactory issue of the experiment-
for experiment it was, so far as Florida was con-


None but men who cut themselves loose from so-;.
cial and political sympathies will retain the!
empty insignia of party when all the objects For
which party coalescence is desirable, are lost in
more lofty aims and broader considerations of
political obligation. We do not apprehend,
therefore, the retention of party names and asso-
ciations at the South. We cannot imagine that
such sources of division, perhaps of discord, will
continue to weaken our domestic power after all
the great causes of party attachment have ceased
to operate in other divisions of the Union.
"It appears to us then that our strength as well
,as safety must consist in thorough union and con-
centration, inthe entire coalescence of all political
classes who feel an abiding interest in the coun-
try wherein thetr.private fate is mixed up with
the public destiny; the instrument for this union
must be the FOE RMATION OF AN INDEPENDENT
PARTY. The materials for such a party are
within-us in sufficient abun'dance. An outward
pressure wyjll combine t tem. That pressure is
.at hand. The'season of preparation is between
the present period and the approaching session
of Cftngr.ess_, It will be but a badly learned les-
son, if the example of union, for common aims,
which has been presented by Northern politi-
cians, shouldd fail to awaaken a correspondent
.policy on onr side. If unity 'characterizes their
councils and disunion..6ur's, it will be impossible
to recall the"e'rrors'of'such a course. We will ex-
tent these views on a future occasion.
THE WtLtOT. PROVISO QUESTION IN
"CONNECTION WITH THE PRESIDENCY.
The New York Evening Post, in com-'
meflting upon an article of ours of the l5ih
ult. in relation to thePresidency-and one
of the Tallahassee Journal-would seem to
take it for granted that -it is Mr. Calhoun,
and others of the Soutfiern politicians, who
are bringing this question into the Presiden-
tial election. If we are not mistaken the
issue, has been made lon-g since-made in
the. Free States min 4l t1he liate elections-
made at public meetings in St. Lawrence
county, the residence of Silas Wright-
made'in the columns of Democratic papers,
the Pennsylvanian for instance, where, in
absence of other ground of opposition to
Gen. Taylor,, his being a Southern man
and a slaveholder is urged-(an argument
promptly censured by that staunch Whig
paper the North American)-and last not
least, the "Great Solitary and Alone,"
Thomas Hart Benton, distinctly avows his
opposition to any candidatefr!om the Slave
States.
The Evening Post may save its warnings
to the Southern people on the subject of,
.the Wilmot Proviso-they have reason to
hope that the patriotism of the 'people will
enable them eo combinie'and lay that spirit
of discord conjurlled 'up 'by Norhern Demo-
cracy ; if there was'danger besetting them,
f6om that or an.y other quarter, they might-
well distrust the warnings of the Post.
"Timeo Danaos et dona'feientes.
THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
A Southern whig print, the Apalachicola Ad-
vertiser, in discussing the question of the next
whig candidate for the presidency, quotes the
language held by Mr. W. R. King, of Alabama,
in a democratic Convention of that State held
some weeks since, declaring the slavery question
to b-e mnore important to the people of the south
thani any, befofee 'he nation. and advishg that both
parties at the South should unite'to protect their
own ifisf-Ations. .
A democratic paper, the Tallabassee Southern'
Journal,. friendly we believe to Mr. Calhoun,
show's a disposition to meet the southern whiffs
half way in the proposed union, but is a little
disturbed at fe idea of General Taylor being sup-
ported as a whig. .
We shall not be'in 'thd least sutprised to see
the hieients of Mr. Calhoun coming, very general-
lv, into the support of Genral Taylor, and insis-
ting upon his nomination for presdency; Nay
more, we confidently 'expect that they will take.
this course. The friends of'Mr. "Calhohn have-
p[:..lg,.d .hcmselves to oppose the election of.
any candidate who is not in fnvor of keeping
the territories of, the Unjted States open to:
the introduction'of slavery-in other w.cds', to
oppose the election of any northern candidatet.
-and the only possible chance of making the .
opposition effectual is to unite upon a .northern
candidate, who, like General Toyl!r, possesses a
certain degree of northern .popularity. We ex-
pect, therefore, to see him eagerly taken up by -
a large class of politicians in the southern states.:
In the meantime a distinguished politition of
the west has taken part in this discussion of the :
question upon whom the Presidency is to be be-:
stowed. The St. Louts'papers publish a letter
from Mr. Benton called forth by the proceedings.
of a convention of Howard county, in Missouri,
at which Mr. Benton was nominated to th'e Presi-
dency.. "
The indiscreet movement of Mr., Calhoun,.and
his friends at the south, is likely to havTe other
results than those which affeet the sueeesson to
the Presidency. It is almost certain to Cause a
reaction which will express itself in the legisla-
tton of tbe northern states on questions affecting
the interest of the slaveholder. In Illinois, a;
convention will soon assemble for the revision of
the state constitution, and we have before us the
Peoria Press, a democratic paper, printed in one
ot the most flourishing towns of Illinois, in which
is an article earnestly urging, the convention to
p~ut an end to all laws of the state, enacted with
a view of giving assistance to the slave owner in


the recovery of fugitive slaves.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN STEAM
ENtiNES.---Mr. C. C. C. Smith, an ingen-
ious mechanic of Boston, is engaged in per-
fectibg a}n arrangerheht obf the parts of the
common steam engine, in such a manner as
to nearly suipersede the use 6OT the pumps,
prevent entirely t1e iucrustation of the boi-
ler, and save much oTthe ordinary requisite
attention of the engineer. The principle,
says the Scientific Amrerican, may be thus
explained "
The boiler is at first supplied with the re-
quired quantity of water, and when t-he
steam is raised, and the engine started, the
exhaust steam is immediately c6ondensed in
a cold receiver, aind the water produced by
the condensatJon, is; by. the operation of the
machinery, forced back into the boiler, with-
out allowing A particle of the steam to es-
cape, thus securing ;in uniform quantity of
water in the boiler. And whenever it is re-
quisite to blow off steam, the-escaping steam
is also condensed and immediately returned
.to the boiler. We are aware that the cele-
brated Perkins attempted the use of this
principle in part, with his extra-high pres-
sure engines, but did not succeed; nor did
he attempt the condensation of the steam
from the safety valve. And it is certain thai
this plan has never been, successfully applied
to low pressure engines, though we see no


gust, will, it is said, be five millions of dol-
lars; and if the present system is sot b'e con-'
tinued, and this large sum to be raised by
forcing government drafts on the market,
the effect on exchange, and the general in-
jury to business, tmay readily 'be imagined.
Our Banks already hold between four and
five millions of Northern Exchange, and
there isstill an immense quantity of pro-
duce to go forward, (of Cotton alone, the
present stocks is about 175,000 bales, worth
seven millions of dollars,) all of which, when
shipped, must be drawn for. These mer-
cantile bills wilt furnish a supply, fully
equal to what the market can legitimately
absorb, and to have the government drafts
thrown upon it, in the extra amount of four
or five millions, cannot result otherwise than
injuriously.
This derangement of excharoges, and
consequent loss to the growers of produce,
is one of the legitimate results of the Sub
Treasury system, but, at present, greatly
aggravated by the want of foresight, or
want of financial knowledge, or of both, at
Washington. .
It is the more inexcusable; because Mr.,
Walker has the prompt and effectual reme-*
dy in his-hands, by issuing Treasury noles
to the parties here, in payment for their
claims. But if he is unwilling fo allow
them the benefit of the premium they at
present command, (though he forced them
to take the notes when they were at a dis-
coynat,) let him even sell them in the market,
and put the premium into the Treasury,and
then pay the claimants in par funds. Let
us, at any rate, no longer see the disgrace-
ful practice continued of the Treasury
sheltering itself behind its immunity from
the operation of legal proceedings, and
compelling its creditors to accept a depre-
ciated currency, (which their drafts on the
North are,) in settlement of just demands.

THE SOUTHERN CAN DIDATE.-The South
Carolinian, a leading Democrtic paper, thus
manfully talks out :
"The South will be found true to her
interests and battling for right and the con-
stitution, her sons will rally under the broad
Republican banner, regardless of the corrupt
links of party associations, and be found
ready and willing to do their duty to the
whole nation. We care not who is to be
th]e leader so he is true to the constitution.
We care not what creed he mayhave be-
longed to so that he now pledges himself to
support that sacred instrument regardless
of the dictation of Democratic or Whig
factions. We-want to see the lines of the
plundering party broken down, and a man
from the people again holding the reins of
Government. If Zachary Taylor promises
to be as honest in politics as he has been in
fighting, who could object to seeing him
made President."

""WILL GEN. TAYLOR RUN ?"-The Ra-
leigh (N. C.) Register is responsible for the
following':, I
I; If Gen. Taylor should run" said a gen-
tleman the other day, in speaking of the
uex.t Presidency, "1Boston and Fashion will
be completely eclipsed-no sort of a nag
can beat hin.". "What! General Taylor
run?" interposed a sturdy countryman, who
did not understand the connection in which
the expression had been_ used-"I .tell you
Gen. Tayler can't run-he don't know w ;
all Mexico and England 'to back her,
could'nt make him run." Upon being in-
formed, that they were speaking of the next
Presidential race, and of den. T. being a,
candidate, the staunch old Taylor ma'n re-
plied.-"Well, when that is the case he
won'trun, then he'llfly like lightning, and"
all the Magnetic Telegraphs in the world-
can't keep up to him. Runinideed! I tell
you again, "Old Rough"don't know any
thing about the word, and I don't like to here
it used in connection with his name. Just
say, when he's a candidate every body will
vote for him. Gen. Taylor run!" and he
move(] off in high dudgeon at the very idea.


PORT OF APALACHIGOC.F4jB Se29S'


A


ARRIK ED. '"-., .
June 22--Ship Floridian, %Vlit ePore 'm New
York, to Nourse, Stone && Go.
24--Brig Emeline, MaQnwanrg, fmn Key West,(t
Nourse, Stone & Co. ....
25-Bark Missouri,.;'_SReste/, from Liverpool to,
I M W right. '. 1" ... 1 ,
26-Bark Jane E Williams, ft New 4ork, to
Nourse, Stone & Qp. ,
Schr Elizabeth, Ru a0l], from NKew Orleans..
Steamer agnWlia, tulls, fm 'Columbus.
Steamer Albany, Griffin, fm ChAiltahoochee.
Steamer Boston', Mbron fm Oblumbus.
CLEARED
Jrme 22-Bark, Pilgrim, Wiliams, for N York;
by Nourse, Stone & Co. .b i b
24-Bark Mersey, Coffin, for Boston, by J Jay
& Co.
28-Brig Tybee, McCormick, for New York,
by Nourse, Stone & Co.


... .. SSH IPS. ,
Davenport, McCarver, 767 ions, for Liverpool,
loading-I M Wright.. ,
Floridian, Whittemore, 400 tons.. for Liverpool,
loading-Nourse, Sione. & Co.
3BARQUIES. .
Pairo, Kinney, 469 tons, for Boston, loading-D
B Wood &'Co.
John Brower, Sution, 310 tons, for' Boston, ioad-
; ,. ing--D B Wood & Co. "
"Missouri, Silvester, 319 torn, for Trieste, load-
, I ing-i M Wright.
Jane E Williams, Williams, 396. tons, for New
York, loading-Nourse, Stone & Co.
,BRI -S .. -. .
Emeline, Manwaring, 197 tons, for New York,
loading-Nourse, Stone & Co, "


Apalachicola Exchange.
THE subscriber informs his friends
and the public in general. that,heha,;be-
come the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased fo entertain
any of the travelling community that may favor
him with their custom, and will also accommo..
date resident boarders. The bar will alyvays be
supplied with genuine liquors of the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDG.
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846.


SANS SOUCI HOTEL.
T HE subscribers respectfully inform their
JL friends, and the public generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are
now ready to receive boarders, and hope through
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar will be well furnished with choicQ "
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant
will be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oys-
ters, of the best quality in season. .
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
June 22, 1847. I I .
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish for refrephmenrs
in their rooms can be accomodated at short
notice.


' crl;s.


r> -- .. L~|etrnu. uLIt as to a generally uniaigamtiiiUil Uo
[F1 ):.m inr. T,lil' *,:-,': Sentinel.] political parties into one harmonious and consist-
Thu;aI'.5,1 0:-,-- lot< o i,,.71 esteemed contem- ent whole, we regarded it then, as we do
"'porai', ,.itl.' .-\, l'.i:ri,,cr, e- ii ifwe felt any re- now, utterly impracticable. Could it exist long
Is-"- iluctaii,,e k\,lichli ,%e d -,..l..i to give our views enough to make choice of a President, it must
upon rhe t.r ,.,', pion,,.; lli.-I, seem to b- einbra- break up immediately after, or so soon as the new
'cedi i rii- iII t1,1",,., i!]h.:. hii. respect justly due administration began to act; and the chances are
"Ui, It intelligent print, no le,;s than the obligations that it would break into wider and more bitter
whichits acknowledged ability and zeal have division's than ever. And, after all, were such a
imposed upon the wfiigs of this State, require at, consummation practicable, is it really desirable?
"sour hands an explicit aid intelligible reply. In Mr. Polk, at the head of an universal, all-pervad-
M making, this-, however, we would- be understood ing administration party, would have gone to
>,- as giving'th,. ,.,.ii..,i. of an individual whig, war on the Oregon question. That he did not, is
S-withouti c'..'r!i ,t,.q, ,-1, advisement with any- ascribed by some to Mr. Calhoun-by others to
C.body. and desiiririg them to pass curreret -with- Mr. Benton-but it is manifest that either, or
iin,: ,ne-f..r mfiore I I in shall, be considered their i, both of them, would have been powerless for
tl'llli WL',rlh; ,.,- all such questions of policy goud, but For an organized w hig ',i.- r,-I!; ,n. W e
WO w? Cce'rainlv h,,: as little inclination as power remember other cases, [but amplification is need-
or rig.`t t.: |.i i-- ,. -upon (he'perfect freedom of less,] in which the country owes much to. these;
: o*, iptn,..n ,,r .....i,,.., of the Advertiser or of.any organized divisions of publicsentiment. They
-.- rwhi^. _.\ z.." vi., ,1 communityy of sentiment upon eticite facts3, disseminate them among the poeple.
*- great leading principles is all that we ever un- -exhibit both sides, of all pillli, questidps and
"tier,.....-... Iis i:oiystituting the"--whig party, and on ireasureseand difuse a knovledge on pubic.topics
ia]in," [..pw.' there has always existed (as there amon- the people, which otherwise woulA exist
inu't evel I.:, in so vast an asjociotion of intelli- to a M' uch less extent. If it be said they are
',:t l ,.1 v, ,,i ." mjyinds,) agwide rae aund soiset'iies corrupt and corrupting-:-we say", g n .
....tia iv ....\J opIo... .. every thing human..The 'emedy is to purify
l'te t.i1:_-' in the Advertiser of the 15th ult.1, and not to destroy. Abuses in government are
in w.,i:l rIlusion is made by',the Editor, we n)much m6ro likely, to be detected and exposed
b i n..i ,it i' roid, and are tihereIfore, couipelted to" where an organized opposition exists, than where
qf|pe| I'r.i, -a vague., i -. 1 i .lli. -t i ,-olleetion of it does not. And i'h conclusion, .we m ight say
'ils :, -.eQ-l,..... It' we err, tS-u C. !ht-r-wili make that the fact that'organized parties have existed.
11wh,.. r,:-.:,7'.;i', -,orrection. since the', establishment of our governm*r' f, that
'v- -Ix.,,c :. wilh hinin lie th. lhat the in- they are to be found (6e,% wr,:'r-. under all gov-
a--ii N;., -it'l .4 ay.. ernments, except Lnder the most rigid anddebas-:
not be deemed necessaryvin !,, ,,,_,c ., ," .,,,1,,..' i ,-- ing de0 potisms, seemns 'clearly io founA them in
obr the+Presidency before'th'e people. It "- 'true' the ve"y workings of the humunan':v,:nt itself,.act-
... '-such a'body has.been; a nd might yet be t,-. ing ffnderinstitutions froee'rapprbximately so.-,
-' zed, so-as to give a fa i'r expression of whiL5 senti- Men will differ, and for the propagation and de-
S ment tin 1-he ,**,.., ot' candidates. But 'It is fence of assimilating opinions upon public ques-
: also true th int thle fairness, the erl6rfftous abuses- tions, they must assoeiqfite .. ..
pc:r h-1t -l.,t, by the I.. .. .i "-,,r, party 1.11-! th ,is These are some of our views hastily thrown!
.- sa&"tell- have' _. I it odious in the eyes of' tl, together- on the general proposition of the Ad-
.' ,.ple r(I the country, and particularly of 'll,- verLiser-the leading idea (if we mistake not,) int
State. T).i,_rit. i..,'of the two-thirds rtle, by his article of the- 15th ult. We do not concur
which an'intriouinz and cunning m iniority is al-- with our contemporary .in his evident, repug-,
--- ways abl'e to defeat tile will of the majority an1I nance to identifying Gen.-Taylor with apolitical
'the expectations of' the party, as in the case of' party, t,., should the c.ioti,,.zr,,y arise, which
' ;:,-Mr. Polk-the i-troductpn of, and action upon the Advertiser alludes to as within the range of
-< s"-subieets whoHy illegitimate and r.',:1.. ,-i to the possibilities, in his nwAmber of the .22d, to wit:
p, rp,,e for which the Convention was called to Gen. Taylor's declaring himself not to be a whig,
gethier by the party-forestalling- the National itwill then be for us to-determinewhen it shall
Legislature by arbitrary decrees--and the- inde- have been ascertained who is the whig candidate,
'pendent and judicious exercise of the appoit- and we shall have weighed all the subject mat-
Iag power -by its intrigues and boinbinations-' ters involved in the election, what course to adopt.
'and, lastly, as'ift to Ce-p the climax of' audacity, Should the contest be narrowed, down to a mere
urndertaking to dictai: ...:. t ,,. L treaties, to sectional issue, (which may heaven;Torbid,) the-
usurp that high and -',-,i ",, ,-r ,. (as in the voice of the South will, of course, be unanimous.
case of the O6rc2-'.r-h'question, upon which, the But at present, we see no reason for any change
action oFthe B ,i,'i,,.,i,? Convention cone within at all in the general position of the whig party.
a hair's breadth of',)lii,,-i.,:', Us into a war with We are entirely satisfied with its course on the
Great Britain,) thlee enorm.Ities and similar mal- great political topics which divide parties-its
j, ra,:ic,.-- in this State', have brought political con- influences, we are conscientiouslysatisfied, has been
ventini,; i tik., I,,,: ,i ..... that we sincerely hopo u:,ilbrmly exercised for good, a.nd in no/respect
t e ke? wl',Ig- ..xIl fid rid, occasion for them, and thus whatever, can zwe see that it has degenerated or
-,vl] (tie, very .appearance of evil. An so f.r as .Iecome corrupt. -If thie democratic party has
-candid,:ia f.,r t.: Presidency is Goncerned, Gen. become so, the w'higs are not responsible for it-
Taylor :t.i..i...'il,k r,- the whigs and the country in let each bear its own burden.
,so peq-eminent a position, that, (if there be no We find on review that this article has been
'milat',,rele,,.i,, as thiss political 'views, and protracted to aft un reasonable length, and we will
'w\e -are confident there is none,) a whig conveen- therefore close, leaving half unsaid which we
I'ion ,-ould have nothing more, to do than to ratify designed to express. We hope our friend of the;
,, his nomination by the, people-a superfluous Advertiser will not i,:..',.ii i;ue us as writing
work, as it, seems to ,us. As to the Vice Presf- in a dictatorial or obtrusive spirit. We are, on
dien,:v, we atase it fIr Lrj,,l,_,. that the whigs are the contrary', a advocate for the largest liberty.
will in'-i to entfriugt 41,!t.- in .the hands of any If our friend shall. be disposed to give us a hear-
of their public men of national character and ing in his sheet, we shall be glad to. reciprocate
popularity, and the importanfce of the office, in a the favor to his article of the 15th, or any other
p,:,'ical point of viewJs hardly sufficient to wvar- he shall send.
x irnt all the formalities, expense and labor of a I I PATYTV
National Convention. A selection by the wbigs INDEPENDENT PART\.
: of the next Congiess would be entirely satisfactory The Charleston Evening News-a neu-
to us.. r r w t u ( .der- tral paper'noted for having sedulously
to u..- Aplc oafin ilterfr ne- *r.* b*
*stand us. With our present impressions as to preserved its neutrality-in an article on
General Taylor's. political principles, (in which "1 The Wilmot Proviso," makes the fol-
we have all confidence that we are not mistaken,)
we are si.r,-,.--ly'in favor of Gen. Taylor as the lowi'ng remarks; which we extract, because
thig candidate for the Presidency. We would they are gemfain to our own views express-
Jnot, it is true, gratuito~i,]. place him in an ob- e i o columns of to-day. We com-
'. " 'ectioriable or in-Viiodi,; li-rht to such as are dis- ec c
posed to sustain 1,1,, e,1irelit on other than whig mend the remarks to the attention of men
grounds-eithr as a patriotic soldier, who deser- of both parties. Coming from a source
[_ ^ves well of lit,country-a man of high talents
|p ,. and sterling integrity, or as simply a Southern not to be suspected of any other motive
candidate. S.,S-mething is due to such, and it than the promotion of the welfare of the
would be manift'-iv improper; as well as im- South, it should receive the highest degree
S-. *" politic, unne.e.sari[\v to offend them.
S..--. But, on the otlier h.and, from what we know of of credit and attention.
'^ .- "*." his. en~t-ire eir,:lo,', independe nt .., singlenes . of W ell w hat can the South do in such a con-
t'3" heartr4 and perect'freedom from all the a.t, 0f' the juncture ? What can it do but oppose to this
4!'- -political tactician, itcan hardly be supposed that new movement the strength which is found in
_-: (5.'he.X Gvh Tavir is before the people as a can- union' and the resistance whichh belongs to con-
i,.-*:'a d. didafe, he \\%ill'f.nl to give-such indications of his scious right assailed by unprovoked aggression.
|'<."*'"-r-.-]^olitical views and predilections, as shall place Assuredly if the North exhibits a principle of
tq"^ -'-;. his, position b,-yond any of the doubts which the cohesion, paramount to party obligations in for- I
."-' admipistrati.,,a party'Ipo.v affect concerning it. mer force, the South may and should coalesce by
A Already, i n ;kiitiriIit. ot1:,6'hisbec in g a c an di- as large divisions of its p6pulation-by States, if
!'-'" date, and at a time when~such an avowal would necessary, in their sovereign capacity and con-
r'-" be nanile-itly prematUre and gratuitous, they ate federated strength. To retain, the-broad distine-
,- dentanding it from lhim, and using-a1 devices to tions of party among us when they are abolished at
." force him{ into .political position- over his sign the North, is to'surrender ourselves to names wben
I-..- manual. F., o no farther, we .think one qu)ota- they are no longer tbe representatives of things-
_& ij,.m fIom h,;',.l quaarters will sutlice t0 establish to dling to form When substance has departed.--


Warm Springs. ..
THE present proprietor of these Springs ..take
.this occasion to inform the public, ,that t*e
Mill Pond near that, place, which was thoUght
to produce sickness there last summer, was
abated on.the 6th of April last,; thereforee no dan-
ger is to be apprehended on that account.. :
June 10, 1847. 23 tf. -


NEW SPRING GOODS.
J. Stevenson & Co.
AID. 45 Water and JVo. 2 Chestnut sis. ;
ARE 'u6t. receiving their spring supply Qf
STAPLE and FANCY DRY.-GOQGS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BpQN.ETSi&c.,&c.,
which they offer for sale on reasonable terms.
Apalachicola, March 27, 1847.


Pay Your City Taxes!. ,
M- R. E. McCULLY is my authorized agent
during my absence from the city-. ; -- -
June 12. JAS. F. FARRIOR..


NOTICE.-A. HANCOCK, ,Esq. is my au.-
thorised agent during my absence from, the
State. R. E. RAIMONID
Apalachieola, May 22, 1841.


For Sale. .' .
A N ENGINEAND BOILER, of 8 to.10 horse
power, have been but little- used, and cane
set up in a- few days, is furnished with pump,
heater, pipes, &c. .


WM. S. DAMEREL .
No 2 Columbus Block.


June 12 22-3t.


Drugs & ledecines. .
T HE subscriber has just received .per-,recent
arrivals from New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part,- Sulph..(f Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr..and Root'. Sen-
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves,, Castor 'Oil;
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulphur, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter,,, Alum, Aloes', .
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia,; ,um Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of. as-
sorted Glass Ware, and a ge'nvral assorimehntf
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by ._
June 12 H. F. ABELL. -


FnrEGHrs.-We have no change to notice since
our last.
The erngagements for the last week have been
a ship for Boston', and a 'bark and brig for New'
York-all at I cent.-
OOTr A TTrfNS* -


To Liverpool ..:. ... ........... 3-4d.
T o H a v r e . . . . . . . .
To New York............ .. ..... .... le.
To Boston ............................... Ic.
COTTON STATEMENT. Last
year.
t.olr n bannd Sepnt. 1_ 146.1n8S 4


Congress Water. .
IN pints and quarts, just received for sale by -
June 12 H..F. ABELL.


Burnt since ist Sept. 100 09
Received past week .............439
previously ...... ..105,622
Total ........--107049
Exported past week ........... 2,232
previously ........... 89,985
Total ........ --93217


110307

98825


On hand and on shipboard notcleared..13832 11482

EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHIOOLA
Commencing 1st September, 1846-and same
time in 1845.


.. .. Past "revi-I lT Last
WHrITER EXPORTED. week.lously. T I /season


Bailey's Tonic Mixtur, .
rTHIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
-L- Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague,. Sold Jby .
June 12 14. F. ABELL.


.25820.25820.33741
.2592 ..2592 ..4858
o....... ... .. .....
..I368 ..1368 ......
...958 ...958 ......
... .... .. ... 950
.30738 .30738 .39549
.16905 .18747 .31591
.13717 .15107 .12880
..6976 ..6976 ..6965
...667 ...667 ...932
..2660 ..2660 ..2494
.15485 .15485 ..2374
. .283 ..2837 ..2040
.59247 .62479 .59276
....... 93217 .98825


Liverpool ...........
H avre... ...... .... ..
Nantz ................
Trieste ...............
Genoa ..... .......
Other ports...........
Total to For. Ports.
New York ...........
Boston ...............
Providence .........
Philadelphia .........
Baltimore ............
New Orleans.........
Otherports ...........
Total Coastwise....
TOTAL-BALES..


..1842
..1390


..3232


PASSENGERS.
Per steamer Albany--Mrs Casmayor and son,
Col R1 J Floyd, Rev D J Bowen, Capt S Suttgn,
C H Austin, Green Arnold, B S Hawley, H Doug-
lass, D Fry, H Roberts, J T Sexton.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per steamer Boston-141 bales cotton to Maclay
Kimbrough; 136 to Lockhart & Young; 113 to
C Rogers & Co;, 30 to Nourse, Stone & Co; Il to
A N MoKay; 3 to Wm Foster.
EXPORTS.
NEW YORK-Per bark Pilgrim--1080 bales
cotton.
Per brig Tybae-762 bales cotton.
BO3TON- Per bark Mersey--13901bales cotton.


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COMMERCIAL. -








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P" _I I I I II _


dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa


JEREAI[Au DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
CU- Also, Agents for the "-/EtnaInsurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
ord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Harper & IHlolines,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
Agents for the
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of JVew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dec 5 Apalaohicola, Pa.


ALVA WYLIE, W.i. A. McKExziE.
Wylie & McKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. -1-2 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. Apalachicola, Fa.


II


IH. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1S-15. Apalachicola, Fa.


11_ _


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I


State Tax Collertor's s.-tle.
virltue 1Rx virtue d'the P o.,. ,t.-.l iii in.- l.,y law, I
Bl..J hall e-ptsa for -sA. I.:l.-. Ih, H i_ '."lit House,
door in the' county .f CAl lI,. .. on the first Mon-
.day in July next, the o l.il ; property situated
"in.the city o1 St. Josep h, :r ,. much thereof, as
will pay the State and County Tax ou the same
for the year 1816: "-
114 Lots unimproved valued at $50, purporting
to belong to R C Alien's estate..
1I Lot unimproved, valued, at .i'J,,:purporting
tobelong to Robert Armstrong. .,- !
.:-<* 't'Lot dtnimproved, value at $Is)%, purporting
: to belong to F G A roDr.
S'3 Lots, improve. 1, valu.,d at $.5), purporting to
-'.'* .... beldng to R Beverid ..,'s estate.
...'*... 4--Lotsunimprov,:d, valued iat ,5'i" purporting
to belong to A B 1b l.. .-dll e-,tate.
A '1 Lot improved, valued at $203, purporting to
'*"* ,, belong to George Clark.
2 Lots improved, valued at $10'0, purporting to
belong to Wmil Cromwell.
'T^ Lotstdttimproved, valued at $50, purportingiP
to belong to J N Copeland.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at .$50, purporting
.,:to belong to R K Call. -
'31" Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting
to.belong to Win P Craig.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to W Colquit.
I Lots unimproved, valued ut $50, purporting
to belong-to Colquit & Grant.
-2 Lots unimproved, valued'at, $50, purporting
to belong to Wil B Duvall.
3 L)ts uiirnprove.], valued at $53, purporting
to belong to D W Dubois.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $53), purporting
to belong to John E Davis.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $53., purporting
to belong to John Derrick.
29 Lots unimproved, valued at $t00, purporting
to belon.n to, John- G Gamble.
8. Lots untiproved, valued at $100, purportfng
to belong to F G Gibson's estate.
2 Lots unimproved, Valued ai, $50, purporting
to belong to E G Greenwood.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
I belong to James Goslin.
0 '"Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
.. to belong to Robe'rt Gamble.
2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Edward Hardin's estate.
,-2.Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purpoting
10 belong to S K Hodges.
.1Lot unimproved, valued at '', purporting
tobelong to William Holland.
7 Lots -unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to'A K Hill.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to B S Hawley.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $5), purporting to
belong to R B Inman.
2-Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to G C S Johnson.
11 Lots improved, valued at $300, purporting to
belong to 'John Jenkins' estate.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $101, purporting
to. belong to Seaborn Jones.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Jones-&- Bags,
I Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
-belong to.J Kinney's estate. :
1 Lot improved, valued at 4' -)0, purporting to
belong to J P Lockey.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong' to Doctor Lang.
: I '. Lot improved, valued at,'50$, purporting to
belong to Abraham Low.
: 5 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong-to P Lathrop.
1 Lot improved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to C McEhran.
V !@ Lots, unimproved, valued'at $59, purporting
A'O belong to Wm P Malone.
P1 Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Thomas More.
i1'Lot improved., valued at. $59, purporting to
belong toDaniel Munn.
'1 Lor unimproved, valued at ,$50, purporting to
belong to J Ninnenger.
't Lot improved, valued at $1:3I, purporting to
belong to Wm Patrick.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to George Poe, jr.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $53, purporting
to belong to Judge Pope.
I' 1Lot improved,, valued at $50), purporting to
belong to Wm D Price.
.2 Lots improved, valued at $100, purporting to
; belong to Isaac Robinson.
2 Lots improved, valued at $50, purporting to
: belong to F A Ross.
';3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
t o belong to A Ryan.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Wm Rowlett.
3 Lots unimproved, valued at $50, purporting
to belong to Reegan, Colquit & Grant.
Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
belong to Roberson & Everett.
2Lots unimp'oved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to Phineas Randall.
1 Lot improved, valued at $59,. purporting to
"' belong to George St Clair.
1, Lot improved, valued at ,$50, purporting to
belong to R M Stewar't's estate.
LotJ unimproved, valued at $100, purporting to
belong to Hamilton Smith.
'-l Lot unimproved,-valued at $50, purporting
to belong to George Stewart.
I Lot unimproved, valued at $50, purporting to
.belong to J Sweete.""
1. Lot unimproved, valued at i+-: -), purporting
to belong'to'Walter Thompson.
8 Lots improved, valued a'. ,T?-y,. purporting to
.belong to E'J Wood's c.,t ,<^..
Lottsimproved, valued at 2~.3T, purporting to
(belong to Hez R Wood.
4 Lots improved, valued at $200, purporting to
belong to Carnot Woodrutf.
1 Lot unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting to
belong to Charles Wilson.
.2Lots unimproved,. Valued at $.50, purporting
'? to belong to J D Westcott:
8 Lots unimproved, valued at $.50, purporting
to belong to P D Woodruff.


I Lot unimproved, valued at $59, purporting to
belong to William Wyat.
3' Lots unirfmproved, valued at $50, purporting
to-belong to R W Williams.
Lots improved, valued at $L,500, purporting to
belong to John D Gray.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector.
December 26, 1816- 49-6m
Tax Collector's Sale.
B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall on the first Monday in July next, expose
for sale before the Court House door,. in the coun-
ty of Calhoun, the following described property,
or so much thereof as will pay the State and
County Taxes due thereon for the year 1816:-
7000 acres third rate land, purporting to belong
to John D. Gray-numbers not known.
ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff;
- and ex-officio Tax'Collector, C. C.
January 2, 1847. 1-6m


Bag.ing and Hope.
100 PCS Kentucky Bagoging ;
100 coils Rope;
"'\ 4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale'by -
*WM. PORTER & CO.
Dec'5 41 Water street.
1- arleing Ink.
' SUPERIOR article of Marking Ink,' just re-
A ceived and for- sale by
Feb 27 J. C. ALLEN.


S. M91. Nickerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. 1 Columbus Block,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.


Peter's Vegetable An tibillious
Pills.
A FRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 II. F. ABELL.
Platform Scales.
2' 1200 .lbs. Platform Scales ;
2 1600 lbs. 11 do.
2 1600 lb. Beams, complete for cotton weigh,
in-. For sale by
Jan 2.3 ROBERTS, ALLEN & CO.


Coffee.
1 00 BAGS RIO, for sale by
l,. May 15 J. DAY & CO.


"-


AMWEN)DMIENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
PROPOSED AND AGREED TO BY THR SECOND
GENERAL ASSEMBLY; SUBJECT TO THE
Acri Xo OF THE NEXT GETNERFAL -
ASSEMBLY.

AIn .ct so to amnend the Constitution of this
State as to extend to all free white male in-
habitants, being citizens of the United States,
who shall have resided lobitlhn this State one
year, the elective franchise.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of _Representatives of the State of Flo-
rida in General assembly convened, That the
first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution
be so amended as follows, viz: Every free white
male person of the age of twenty-one years and
upwards, and who shall be, at the time of offer-
ing to vote, a citizen of the United States, and
who shall have resided and had his habitation,
domicil, home and. place of permanent abode in
Florida, for one year next preceding the election
at which he shall offer to vote, and who shall, at
such time and for six months immediately prece-
ding said time, have had his habitation, domicil,
home and place of permanent abode, in the coun-
ty in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed
a qualified voter"at all elections under this Con-
stitution and none others, except in elections by
general ticket in the State or District prescribed
by law, in which cases, the elector must have
been a resident of the State one year next prece-
ding the election, and six months within the
election district in which he offers to vote : Pro-
vided, That no soldier, seaman'or marine in the
regular Army or Navy of the United States, un-
less he were a qualified elector of this State pre-
vious to his enlistment as such soldier, seaman or
marine in the Regular Army or Navy of the
United States, or of the revenue Service, shall be
considered a resident of the State in consequence
of being stationed within the samne.
Passed Senate, December'1, 1846.
D. H. MAYS, President Senate.
H. ARCHER, Secretary Senate.
Passed House, December 16, 1846.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk.

-4n dct to amend the Constitution of this State
so as to make the sessions of the General Als-
sembly biennial instead of annual.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of'the State of Flo-
rida, in General assembly convened, That the
second clarse of the fourth'article of the Constitu-
tion of this State be so amended as to read as fol-
lows, viz: 2d. The members of the House of
Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified
voters, and shall serve for the term of two years,
from and after the day of the first election under
the amended Constitution, and no longer; and
the sessions of the General Assembly shall be
biennial, and commence on the fourth Monday in,
November; in each and every second year, or at
such other times a, may be prescribed by law.
Sec. 2. Be itfui'ther enacted, That the third
clause of the fourth article of the Constitution be
amended so that the same shall read as follows-:
3d. That the Representatives shall be chosen on
the first Monday in the month of October, in each
and every second year, from and after the first
election under this amended Constitution, or on
such other day as maybe directed by law.
See. 3. Be it further enacted, That the fifth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, viz: The Senators shall be cho-
sen by the qualified electors, for-the term of four
years, at the same time, in the same manner, and
in the same place where they vote for members
of the House of Representatives; and no person
shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a
citizen of the United States, and shall have been
an inhabitant of, this State for two years next pre-
cedinghis election, and the last.year a resident
of the district or county for which- he shilTl e
chosen, and shall have attained the age of twenty-
five years.- .
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the sixth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, viz. -The classification of Sena-
tors, as made at the first session of the General
Assembly held in the year 1895, shall continue
unchanged; one half of whom, as nearly as possi-
ble, shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially
for the term of four years: Provided, however,
and it is hereby~declared, that the term of office
of that class of iSenators unexpired at the first
election under the amended Constituticn, shall
extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in
October, eighteenhundred and fifty.
Sen. 5. Be it further enacted, That the first
election for Assemblymen, under this amended
Constitution, shall, take place on the first Monday
in October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight;
and the first session of the General Assembly, un-
der this amended Constitution, shall commence on
the fourth Monday in November, in. the year
eighteen hundred and forty-eight.
Passed Senate, December 22, 1846.
D. H. MAYS, President of Senate.
H. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate,
Passed House of Reps., Dec. 29, 1846..
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps.
March 13, 18417. 9-6m


33itotnestj mirecto-rv.

Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chas. Rogers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,


FRESH ARRIVAL QF
Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oil ,
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, &c.
4Mg-j& THE undersigned, returus his thanks
to his friends and the publicT.pr their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he ia now receiving an additioi--
i f ~al supply, which added to his former
stock, renders his assortment unusually -large
and complete. English,'French, German ai)d
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Gl.Oss
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &e., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants api'otbersrthn
the most liberal terms-all of which f be warrants
pure and unadulterated. '-.-,. -,
H. F. A BELL,
Wholesale and Retail )Druggist,
S- 45 Water street:
Apalachicola, -Noy. 21, 1846.


2U lalt Noticesc


IN THE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of'
-Burton Hepburn, deceased,
.Complainant.


B. P,'. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Brooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 FApalachicola, Fla.


JLockhiart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov21 Apalachicola, Fla


C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY.
Green & Conucry,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.


r"


VS.
Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
Henburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
Dodge; the heirs of John
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDougald;
John W. Campbel!; Hudson
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; Hines Holt; Sea-
born Jones, John H. Howard
and Edward Cary, trustees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;:
William Howland; William
Stoan'; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross,
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald;- Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William H.
Brockenbrough and the Bank
of Pensacola,


J oint S. Hutchinson-
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage-. AI>ALACHICOLA, Fa.
Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fla.


Bill for Dower.


P- W. Cullen9
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage.
Oct 24 APALACI-f'IO0LA, FA.


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION ME CHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Streel,
New-Orleans
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.
feb 8.
Bell & Lawson,
IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND
COMMISSION AGENTS,
Jan 23 BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIA


Defendants.
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the Western Circuit
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
the said George 0. Hepburn in the State of Mis-
souri; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline
B. Hepburrn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New York ; the heirs ot
John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
their trustees; the said Hines Holt and Seaborn
Jones, John H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
gia; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan
McDougald, each reside in the Slate of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
Branch and William H. Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida : It is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, do appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pro confesso against them
and each of them in default : Provided, this order
be published in any newspaper printed in this
Circuit once a week- for four months from the
date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNER,
Complainants Solicitors. 20-4m
In District Court of the United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean, and]
others, owners of the
steam boat Augusta, .7
vs. } Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture. j
N OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken the ab-ove mentioned-Sledin-
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages
for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and place the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 1.th day of May,
in the year 1817. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAYLOr, D. M,
May 22, 1817. 19-tf


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 2s,'IlS-6. Apalachicola, Fla.


OR the cure of Dispepsia or Inii-oe-s'.ion, Im-
ious and nervous Headachj; ,on'J'pation,
Diarrahmea, Gout, Rheumsttism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail; by
Dec 12 'J. C. ALLEN, Druggist..


Edward IMcCully,
AUCTIONEER,
Office No. 50, Water street,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFAULA, ALA.
C(J-p Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
B1. F. HOLDEN, New Orleans.
J. G. DuNLAP, S e ras
Messsrs. WYLIE & McKENzrE, )Aplchcl.
J. S. HUTCHINSON, Apalachicola.


S. & J. Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
^y^-Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.


'1airnant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands uhrivalled for its
efficacy; it perl'ortis a cure
in a few davs--no cqnfine-
ment or restriction in diet,
Found invaluable, beingpre-
pared with- the rttest
possib!e care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upo- that important law,
first, established by the cel-
ebrated Dr' .Fordyce, viz:
that combination of si;m-
iar remedies would, projdtitc'a more certain,
speedy, an*d considterableeffecf-sthan any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' I2ffmany cases, the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-
cation. For sale by
* Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Drburiser.


II. F. Abell,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, &c.,&c.
Also-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.


^t
-* ',


WM, SYDNEY GREEN, M, D.
QG^ May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.


Bell.* j a-lin S alter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 18-15. Apalachicola, Fla.


Dr. A. W. Chapmnan,
8^ Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2--tf


TINER' ^*t


Ls. Fred. E. Dngas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSIONj
M E R C H A N T,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dac 6, IS 15. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALBERT DODo;E. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
1EIIPP'ING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
-1-. 1S. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
ME R C H A NT,
No. 22 Water-street,
s Yept2 Iy Apalachicola.


Wv


W. G. OMI. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularlyy in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jacksot Circuit Courts--Land will, upon
.a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-
seeo the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by. accident.
_-A palachieolm, September R,%45. -


CANADIAN VER IF ie^... .
. The r-ciedy to which we would-call the allen- "
tion of the public, is one which has proved'suc "
cessful for a long time ;`1ud it is universallyc qe ,
knowledged b. n 1l \,ho hi-e trid it,1fo b1,} '**]'"
SUPERIOR to ,.y.other medicine e renmpl0\'ed
in diseases:i:,r wfah it i recomni -e'd. It 'ot
only destroys WORMS A'ND INVIGIORATES
THE WHOLE-SYSTEM, but- it dissolves aid
carries off'the superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN,' more especiallv
those in bad health. The mucus fbrms the bed
or nest in which Worms-, produce their, youhg'
and by removing it, it is impossible for worms (o
remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects
on the system, and the health 6f the patient ii.
always improved by-its use, even when no Woriii'9
are discovered. '
The Canadian Vermifnge is only 25 cents a
bottle a-nd is m-Duch more easily administered Ownl
other.. ;& ~
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 68'' -
M aiden Lane, New Yotq!-. -;"
H. F. ABELL, A.,ent :' .
Jan 9 for A jl.jdI a cIi
The Great Canadian R eied'l'.
WINERY'S PECORAL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE.
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs,' Colds, Asihma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-"
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, C0onsumptioh,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease ;that 'is,. sweeping thou-
sands to a premature grave .under the narme of
Consumption, can be cured by using this md!i-
cine.
For several years past,-this medicine has been
in use in Canada,-where it has become universal-
ly known, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonarX-,.diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful curca which
have been eflected by it, has induced the proprie-
tors to introduce it into the United States, con-
fident of its being the-most safe'and valuable re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to'all diseases ."
of the lungs, when any of' the functions do neot
perform their natural or hasty action'. exerting a -. -
most grateful and soothing influence oyier-. the'. :-
functions of the whole system, diminishing ,ex- ', :
excitement when excessive, allaying irritation, -;.,
soreness and pain, and speedily impartingrenpew.'-/- "
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame:-" -
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by-
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, New
York, soie proprietor for the Uni.-ed States.
H. F. ABELL, A'etof
Jan 9 for Ai..iejchc ..1- :
Balsam ofLiverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consu'mption, Liver
Complaint, or any of their incipient z3 mptoIo,
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by 'the use'of
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LivERwoRT,'which he pre-
pares at 375 BOWERY. This plariof treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been'for a long timethe secretrof the ,
unparalleled success which has attended Dottor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderfulf il '_.
cures, which in many, very inaniy cases, have .-
been almost incredible, but the concltsi %. eproofs .. "
the Doctor canoring forward'are irresistible, and _
we advise-all who may have c, Ug!{i o.r simp]o, 0
colds even, to use this perfect l.eeitic.i% without '-e ,
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sidi a 4.
big ship.",, Therefore, cure your comIhs before.',"_'"-`
your lungs are past cure. For sale 6N ':
J. C. ALLEN, Sole -Aent for., ? .. >
"- Apalachi-cola.- -- I *
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TA'LOIR'S ._
BALSAM OF LIVERkWORT, has on"leh boldl ja .
splendid steel plate engraving, to pT.eenrtcomi-n "
terfeits signed by Gurd.n rJ. Lei.ds, any other1 is'
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are : e
cautioned not to, purchase or deal inAt,'as it iis
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.,'
March 21, 1846. 12-1y .. -


Francis Kopman,
NVF[OLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


A. G. Sennncs,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
a- Office, A'o. 2 Capt. Simmon's Bu1lding,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
II. E. Owens,
AT TORNBEY AT LA V,
CLAYTro, Barbour County, Alabama.
"-April 2-T&f646. 2-tf

John Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALVANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of the
South.Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31--tf

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1845.


ti. K. WOOD.


T


Woqd & Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
-- No. 2 Columbus Building,
Oct. 31. Apalachioola


T. lfIXt;irlo & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street, ,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.


Franklin Circiuit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel'
Adams, George W.
Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
trading underthe firm -Sumsworn to.-1543 90.
of Barnard, Adams Damages $S,900.
& Co." I
vs.
John Dill.
T HE Defendant and all others interested, will
J1 take notice of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable to the December
Term, 1847, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Apalachicola, April 13, 1817. aprill7 14-4m


Jr. C. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A, general assortment of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apaflachicola, Fla.


B. S. Hawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Avery &- Jones,
GROCERS &- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.


Stmini tcator Wotic m

NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x. "
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m
N OTICE.-Six months after publication o0
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for a
final settlement of the administration of the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-Gm Administratrix.


State Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
will expose at public sale, for cash, before
the Court House door in the town of Marianna,
on the first Monday in July, the following pro-
perty, or so much thereof, as will pay the Taxes
due thereon, for the year 1846, viz:
2819 acres of 2rnd rate Land, lying, and being
in Jackson county-Nos. not known-to be sold
as the property of the estate of A. B. Blackwell.
316 acres.of 1st rate Land belonging to R. C.
Adams, lying on the Chattahoochee river-Nos.
not known-to be sold for the Taxes due for the
year 1816.
80 acres of 2nd rate Land belonging to the es-
tate of John McKay.
320 acres of 2nd rate Land belonging to Peter
W, Gautier, Jr.
136 acres of 1st rate Land belonging to William
King-Nos. not known.
500 acres of Land belonging to Henry O'Neal-
Nos. not known.
SAMUEL STEVENS,
Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collector.
JoHrN T. MYRICK, D. S.
Marianna, March 31st, 1847. april1O 13-ts


J. I .& J. M. tll,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4S Water street,
Dec 12 APALACrtICOL.A-, FA
BENJAMIN ELISON. WILLIAMai A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS TN
DRY GOODS, GROCERI-ES, HARDWARE,
L.TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, IIATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &-c.
21 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MIERCIIANT,
Of-ice, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,,
Jan 16 : Apalachicola, Fa.


In Chancery- Circuit Court of
Jackson County.
Alexander H. Simmons, 1,
vs. (Bill to enforce vendor
William McDaniel, and lienonland.
Benjamin F. Newsom. J
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Benjamin F. Newsom a defendant in this bill,
is a resident of the United States, but a non-resi-
dent of the State of Florida. It is ordered, and
the said defendant is hereby required to appear
and answer, otherwise the complainant's bill shall
be taken pro confesso.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge of the Western Circuit of FloriJa.
I certify that the above is a true copy from the
original order filed in my office. Given under
my hand and seal of office, this 27th day of Jan-
uary, A. D. 1847.
NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk.
February 27, 18-17. 7-1m


N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the adminis-
tration of the estate of John C. Perkins, late of
said county, deceased.
JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1S46. 44-6m


Roberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Ma-nufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Roberts, A len & Co. I
vs. I Attachment T5i 21.
Ebenezer Hoyt, and ( Damages $800.
Wrn. C. Lawrence. J
THE defendants and all others interested, are
notified of the institution of the above suit in
said Court, and they are required to plead to the
same as required by law.
A. G. SEMMES, Plff's Att'y.
Apalachicola, April 14, 1847. april24 15-3m
Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, tor sale
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
Mari-h 1 H. F. ABELL.
For Sale,
10nBBLS- FOR; 50 bbls. WVhiskey;
10 0 50 -bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, Jor cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO,


Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge-,
vs. IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al.
EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
the 22d April, 186, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-

fendants; and the matter having been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers.. It is there-
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) o April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1817. 8-5t
0ji The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-It
{ The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicola, April 21, 1817. 15-21n


State of Florida.
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Apalachicola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so much of the
lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient-to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Seventy Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan-
tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
1 JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-6m


Dec 12


Apalachicola, Fa.


Wm. W. SIMTS. IVWM. W. CHEEVER.,
Siins Cheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
decl2 Apalachicola, Fla.


W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood & Balloi,
C 0/ MM ISSI O N MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Thomnas Preston,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 2S Water st.-Office second back room.
Dee 26- Apalachicola, Fa.


Edward McCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCEERIES,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


(REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
" ceived and for sale by
April 17 It. F. ABELL,


lawusicoonu i3urctoff!i


Drugs and Mledicines.
I THE subscriber has, andi wili
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment 'of-DRUGS and MEDI-,
CINES, which he will warrant pure"
and of the-'best quality. Oo ntry
Merchants and Planters will 'filr it
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
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 Commerce sts.


Jraofrsr!ioual 'Notacmm.




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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>.
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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>.
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VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA TUESDAY i--I
JUNE 29, 1847."COMMERCIAL tNTTumw '>.1 _

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( () \ ADVERTISER) ,! N I'YIOUH A takes CARD.this method of informing NEW: ORLEANS AM TYPE FOUNDRY ,I [From CEIUIO the: New-Orleans Picyulc.-; -- i I mime I left of the Jalapa- road IIO( the-gorge in --The-second inquiry} is auswrnd I) tim
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l'UJlLIoItllU: InmfI'IWf: l'Y i the citizens of Apalachirola and lis Printers' El'Iit.1LiJIiII;; Warehouse. I! the mountains! through which the river order in which th* n-gimnits urn' movt-il,

.1. I,. W Y JI A N vicinity that ho has removed down on the corner .\o. 17 Canal tint* Row. ADDRESS. TEN\rsEf OF TIlE s1coyl: } f I ow.s. Along this line the enemy had establshed to the scene of artioii. ( :Sen. Pillow h.nt

of Water and Centre streets, and feeling thank- "rlE Undersigned beg leave to announce to ; rLUXrEEI himself on I three dill'ereutheights, actually placed I Ib.krl! bnwrcii Col.Wynkoop 5

W. (:. ; I. DAVIS, lidilor.Tuv '. ful for the patronage heretofore extended to him, hers and Printers, that t they have established If. sacrifices it) the service of the t idtc from each other by almost ssa- and (11 Campbell.vlu
was
he solicits a renewal of tbc same, I by) ofK'ring to a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY cot it Ic patriotic! and brave !men to a ble ravines. Each of these three iml hts Col. (01. ti
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of yon a very neat and select Stock of GOODS; consisting ; in this city. The Book Letter of this before t the tribunal of public opinion were : support \ry"l.uop. "I ( .i limp-
UiltzcllV; Building. corner strengthened b
bell
Tiiird Story admirably bctwceh; I
imI
"" Commerce: and' ChestuiM ?:rct.t t-. in part a: follows: Foundry was cut to order by workmen cf I lone; iM llcgiment of Tennessee Volunteers fieldworks, UnoxVn ) cunstructe. who Vol l.hl.t'l;: ("I 1IJ'lt":
Cloths and Cashmeres; Val iotlil styles. experience, and, as no expenseVas spared to surely claim that privilege. The 1 2 and our cn :C. was to support 1 II.I 1 I.I'II!? Moving(
Ti..IDl Fancy Prints, do. do. obtain lire handsomest faces anti to perfect it in the 3.rrhese works were manned by as the regiments did ba (flank toilsome
batteries
l' "cnll'fOxThl'l': (' Dollars per annum, Alapaca Lifelre ; do. Figured. every respectwe \vII venture to say it wi be was upon the only enemy's of the battle by of that upwards of 3.000 men, 1,50' of whom oc- along a narrow defilr. o'ltcn in Mtiglf file, ft

',.t j paid m advance, or S3 :i 0 if paid within six Silks, Grode Ityne. found as handsome, if not t the handsomt I the do that failed one Ceno' cupied the central Jieldwork. will be readily pcrcpitnl "\ hat a greal distance -
n months, or Al I (tI'J)' tf paid i thereat t tor.Xo do.Ionlella, United States. We have also a very handsome! ; and although the There can be no doubt but that Gcn. Santa there was between the assaulting ami.

stiliscrti'tirtii tikm: for a I less term than MX do. Satin Striped. assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the latest orders announcing thh fact bearing Anna, relying on the great natural l the supporting regiments. In 1'.1111"; I tIm

I' m',nth*-.md 8wil'' inv.irnbly; I b<' chared! forth Fancy Casbhierc llobes. style, to which wo would call the attention mon)' to the courage of the men and strength of Cerro Gordo, and the apparent command of Col. Haskell returned to Fit-
I ii 1tt10&I. NTi iMj fr will he di l'lntllltl'JllIlil (10. Marino do. of Printers before purchasing elscwher6.: All try of its officers, the regiment is of the his
impassibility ground on left, had ) from whence it rommnire'l thf
all rfrr-Mraqcs arc raid, unless at thf option of the do. Delainc do. articles manufactured by us shall be of : material : that the public know the himself spot ; ;is
shal 101 taught to believe that Gen. sault. Col.! Campbell's regiment i', the
Wit:
rr"l'rlt"tor. Mu-lin3, I India Honk. equal, it not superior, to any manufactured<} ces of the that it
be
Scott
'f .\UVEnTIsttrs.-1e'1".m (I twelve 1 lines do. sis ; Luce and Colon! at the Noitb ; and as \vu shall sell Type at New how far the :commendation, may would endeavor to turn his position act of filing past that: point for .lue pitipn inserted at the rate of One Dollar !- of official I here, but that he had
or !I"ii'illue) Kd ings, LMe, Cap and Thread.Shawls York prices, we trust to meet with encourage is strengthened his I of gaining its position in the rr.ir tt f Col.Wynkoop .
J Fifty Cents for subsequent ; deserving, and how far has been right under the
f'ir ''he- first: an every Damask Silk. ment. i impression that it was to be while Col. 1.I.rt'Vlot till ;in

insertion.l'othoe do. Marino. We are now to manufacture BRASS ted to smother up an unsuccessful the great point) of attack. rear of Col. Campbell, and! ot course [..IIC
I wii> ahvrtis.1 by I 1l Ii year a liberal preparet prise in the ambitious On the
RULE and with phraseology of the 18th the
do. l'lahl1)1.) any magnitude, prompt morning brigade not reached t that point.
t1i. -0'1111 will bo undo ; hlt11: idvertisem.'iitsnof Kid, Lace and Silk (!lnvc. ness. We would also particularly call the attention military IJe patch. The ( of Jen. Pillow was moved by him from the It is generally believed thai Gm. IMfcm
Ivisinc a4eI1
stticHy! l-jn'rlaiiiingt'i. il IvertUemeuts! their own sent in by them*, will Tuskanflipsey! ;i HoimoN, latest fashion.Kibbons ) ( of Printers, I to our LEADS, having an entire chief, the generals of divisions, aH} camp in the following order: Col.] AVyn- led the assault on N n. -. The grnrrat
;i-i all .1 i i in all varieties.Brown 1 of moulds, by \\hich; we are enabled heads of detachments have been koop in front, Col. Uaskell .
behind neither
eliirJ! at the twu.il\ rates.tj nee by led nor followed in tint as":uit'. Su
S b Sbirlin '-*, 1-t 1 .uid.'M.: to a perfect article.Vc arc also Agents I Tint regiment now asks to be heard whom
be for : came Col. while far advi-ied he did!
.\1I1 lc..il uJwrtisjtaents must paid as we are nut uiUarive
Campbel
,
; Bleached! (It). 7-S-'M:: 11,101,111.lHallkl'ts 1 I I for the sale of the Napier, Wa hiniton, and and) this. is all the recompense it Col. Roberts brought Diverging
aIrano': up rear. nearer to the enoun'.s Hue than tin-
any
j in
Smith Piesxes which with Chases,
)- 1 and si- I.I 1. together the loss of
Fnv n.ill.u'vill: b: charged for announcni comrades, mowed down from the Jalapa road to the left I from whence the s.tult
5r : I Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting.Carpet Cases, Composing Sticks, I Furniture, 1 Ink, and near- I point : ; rouiMtrucrtL
'., l'tllllll.1'111': ".Ii' ... ILI44. every other article required i in the Printing business efFort UI'OI which, it is contended, est the fieldwork, the regiments moving in We do not make this statement; Lecunye ut

V> \M!I ,il.viii-I :a -itiVoia a distance must Hats and! Caps, all styleUnols *-. will )be kept on }band, and furnished :at precipitated by the infatuation of a the same' order, each by the right lank/entered deny to (,en. Pillow personal courage: UI

',, 1'1\1. 11l..1'Ilh tbiioa-ib, or city reference, and Slit>e. manlnctuicr's: prie( oificcr. a narrow path, leading to a point near gallant bearing; in actionwe are willing tit

;i., i II 'I"" j in'rI"! Clothing of all kinh.a Editors and Printers wishing to catablish a The general of division, whose the centre of the enemy's line of works.fn '.-- yield him both : we simply correct: the tv -

-_ L = _'_ Also, neat I little assortment of Jewelry and Newspaper or Job Printing: Office will be fui- capacity is I impeached: by the regi [ this order the brigade was moved to the

Jry (; ozI.r11tI .. many other! articles too numerous to mention. nishcd with an cMimatu i i in detail for (till same, rccniTfil tie reward due only to scene of action. Continuing along! the ror.One inquiry and we drop this painful S subject

: s'i'i' ,"riiers! .Ui-r; for; -ida 1ar'- andcj- Call and examine t for .ourselves.N. by stating the size of,the paper, or the particularst'vle abilii.es or eminent services. lie path, the right of Col. Wynkoop's regi- : Why did (en. Pillow assail Xu. i at

I. -1,1, :il: st > !< of I Drv;. (ij >.ls c .i'.j't1!! i i.a SKV.MOUR.Apalachirola and quantity xvi-rk to be executed. will joyco: the credit i of leading the 2nd) r( ment had reached i point of rising ground all, and why did he do it with so small a
The of who
1.tI I Of 1'0II-----I,'-I IM'i. publish t3 this PIOlrOI'S newspapers six months, and senda Tennessee volunteers upon the ( about 330yards from the enemy, when Gen. force amid before he was rnrly I It \fIfIOr

\,'.Ketsi-ys 1'i-d! and Liasey, '1'4)hflCCO. paper to our, ollice weekly, will be paid for the charge in which its flower was cut Pillow, fearful that the enemy had: either be said that ("Jen. Scott's order directed hint

Whit.and! Fl.maeb Jeans 9 HALF boxesfJ.nuftlctur L Uoane" -iti-piKMit: by puichasing six times theamount He hastened from the battlefield discovered him or would do it, suddenly to do it. This is the !language: of that: or-
.I f
Pl.iui 7
: ) Fa-icy ,
JUi'ile' t milled Tweed oW Brand. advertising bill in I'ype.GIIFEX ceived the firstlings of the public! withdrew Col. Wynkoop by the lef flank, der :-"Gen. Pillow's brigade will march

Siiji, T fancy Oasani"v,, t II I half hf)' Mmufactnrcd 4'W Price Brand & CO., for the glories of Cerro Gordo. filing him by the left flank square to the at G o'clock to-morrow morning: along the

:1:1": do. Miy; 2-2, IS 17. I nrn I 1" Canal: r. Bow.N1'1Cl. syrnjnthies of the people were left from the and directed him lie has
ST; 'r i vziuh :aii.l French: Cloth-,, ___ i_i! __' : path, to cross route cartj'ully TU1J1Ii1l1trc.d, arid
j hiiuev! Blankets, I I'M! and i'i ..jnUu.lil -N I. W Ibarlow"i:2 account of a \ound. which was the ravine, which was immediately] I on the stand ready as soon as he Iie.ir.s the rcpott
boxes "
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I IJUukets.S, :i and I Wqrs.IJ I -2? Hi Lumpb'ies -!. Morgan") : persons are hereby warned; n< t to con- have early severed his swoid arm in left of the path, and form his line of battle of arms on our riht-or sooner ij circumstance.

: I)<- irii- Kremlins a'id CoU'.:udes;, 4- ."> Minufactuted JV \Ior.1I\ '' Brand ALL t for, n'cl'in' or to ship I any Cedar Timber whilst in fact he carried the ball that parallel with the cemy'sorhs, under cover .* should furor him, to pirrce the ene

t1.i V:si S'lirMa': : alai: Sli.vtiog! Premium.o cut or taken from the Lands the Apalachicola him in his breeches pocket And of the hill and chapparal, and hold himself my's line of batteries--ihe '/(It.i, ffeer


(.4 tI1I I Dnlii'u ,tud! Ticking) h-oiV Brand "Magnolia." any such privilege.: And noticeis also hereby which was actively engaged. in Lalle \ (Wynkoop was executing this sing is our own. Gen. Pillow professed ti*

1 Linn ,Id I C .11.1:1 l! : Checks, "i It'lxe1: t inufdctnred H" XapoloouV i\'el to certain persons who arc known to be which was repulsed with terrific order as rapidly as the ruggedness of the have carefully reconnoitred this line of butteries -
lush Ln.M Slur'tii! au
: : Brand f'trawb'r1) \." now etza c'} in rutting and collecting a quantity ter without would allow him the General and of his
having accomplished ati) ground commenced frequently spoke ability it
Bi.-Hi l.tt'm: : Shir:inland She dinr,
: ol Cedar Timber the Lands! the said
F .:11".., ra-'h a.id : :net'u'aa: Prints, : J>"i \Ib boxes :Manufactured i ) "Napo- viz: on Crooked on and Oclockoncy(1 rivers Company to- comes forward and asks the calm jud the work of placing the command carry them and of the fact that lie wis
Etr: ;'1 I,'r, ,1.i'1 a'd twi'tl" f i il: :,'ia1t') !.i I boxes leon's").hUlt".lctun'd1lrforl Brand Magnolia. 1 ( Dew desist from their unlawful trespass, and not attempt of their fellow countrymen upon the of Col. Ilaskell in position. This he did ro/i his own rcamnoisitr.'ts that there

: S ii-r, (C-tsVam d'Ec<,;,, Vj Crates; Crockery HIOKJ: Florida Honey Sejrafs. to remove said Timber. The penalties of they transpired. The survivors of by directing Col. Ilaskell to rest his righton were no guns. or if any, not more than on'on

I I Extra S'J"r:' )h<$Ill di* LJjll. i doz Xc-rro Caps ;; fin doz HOP*, a *rrt2." the law wi be strictly enforced against all the fearful and needless slaughter have the right of the path, extending his left No. 2. The truth is, the general ua*

E-i.li-ih, Sit.-'a ;a-i I ,\'.si i".m dn. I r.gl i I.Iill (1',11 j jn.-tinir, Cot: ton Cards, Trace Chains. Ill ticS i il anvwise connected or implicated. putation of being dri\'el from the square off to the left, so as to form his line ignorant of the ground and of the cncm\s'

Sncr: I Mali I i.'i Vuc! and ti.ju.vd Silk-, For sIc low to close cwKiunmcnts I byLOCKHAUT JOSEPH DKLAFIELD. whilst from the blood of the slain of battle parallel with the centre fieldworkof strerittband preparations for defence."We .

l>Ui'k ali Cr.i\'..1. .ri i follll11if.I Ir ., & YonXO, LEWIS CURTIS, exhaled to glorify an officer, who, the enemy. By this man uve it will be have performed an unpleasant) : tmI: ?r..

r S.ipor" :Eulish 'I.j Po1U;-'. Silk I 1KN I Nor. 1 1 53: Water trci-t. Tru>tec3 If the Ap-ilarhicula Land Co. language of the address, neither perceived that the ranks of Col. Ilaskell's \Ve are sorry that we had it tsu. : bnt justice -
E'I: 1 Cotton I Hkl's
ulis'i :a"It1''ri! t'1' their
By Attorney : i in that assault." command reversed front rank becoming to ourselves the fame of the
fullHe-d I were to great
\ lie
!ras n V.Tni lica Itkfs, : ; E. HETTNE1J.
.
Oil C'lolhs :uul Car;):.; ..DI' \' heard before now, and the rear, and the right of the regi- States represented by the command of ( .u!
L lie, C itton Hoo ani tie'ils I Hi-In, .
t PCS Oil ClOt I I and 2 Apalacbirola.; April 'l, I 1-Gt
g : ), yardside ; j __ ._
: 1 'I.1'111'! 'iI.: :ink W"tod \.e1ii-; to sources which left no rom to ment its left. While this novel order was Ilnskcll cm that field, and to thememory of
::1 l I
<',0 M I 11 ,fi.1 ;;::I.I\: Thread, ;} pi's'iit'r. Cotton' ; Ingrain C-uipeting" ; "SKT 'EU I1'." truth, a narration of the events of the in the process of execution and before the the dead who fell there, require that we

I ',1t:: ft 111j I fd I Si, aid rli.cked Muslins, 2 Stair Atirnriiti nnwlilt aloou. similar I to t that now made public. \\'e independent,! company of Kentucky volunteers should tell the truth, the whole truth, oct
.1 n-,". '* ,rid\ C.lmhrkJ\$!i:-, For ajjc \\ ). G. POHTEll.CO.. rl'l 1 IIE I I: siili(.ribi-r !:1'._:> i'C (I" anriouiice, to !his heard the e same facts from parties under command) of Capt. John S. nothing but the truth."
by
\.1\ ''. Pt'h, I'.it.; e Doc -I 11 Water street. friends ali the pillli 1 ie geiu-ially, I that he has wen not interested in the unsucc 'S:> \Viliam-, and Capt. Charles Naylor's company V.'M. HASKELL.. (1)1.) eon,'? *! Ti-nn. \ .., .
\\' i .'i ::1 i ix"i' ; *.'leclcvith I irn* cir/ ir. become sole puprietrcItIie I .10U\1 establishment, sault, beyond the concern which Pennsylvania volunteers, which DAVID H. CT.M \ll.\IS.Lt.( ; 'tih, :.iienn. "
was
and hopes by ; ind! s-trict attention Ir. \V. :lcl'uCapt.. .\.
;S- -,- ChruIJtlIl
v V I ik 1 II Kt soldiers and officers of different the 9th and lOtli had
: Hoofs antI IHWS. were companies, got HENRY! :\lnu .\Y
t': Vf' il'i -t-i--.s, .tl Jhelo-.v >t tn'lf't,11' ,'s, ami.r.iin to merit a continuance: of the patronage Capum Company U.V.
t.
1 !)VSiiul Men's Uu>vt Bro-ians; ; heretofore so liberally bestowed the Houae. I jrcthrcn m in am nis. And m we have no into position, the enemy opened I his fire \ C;. Mr A I i(>I'>, 1st Lt. ci.nimniulins ComC
upon
I'l-iclat: ivholesile or--tii! f.i\ >ra'jle! 1 .
o-i <
t.-rn.- \Vvil. PORTER At (". ) .Mca-.sew'd! and pe.. 'd Kip! Broiansfj.nf ; chIJ to the aboic i"-tablib- that public opinion wil settle down upon us. It is proper to remark here, that the \VM. n. DA Yll-t Lr. 'f'III' l"'Wjrmy E: _
UF.fM.lM
Ailersons
-! tiTle Cjlf BIO)4tU! ; conviction that the of cnmimnd. of Col. consisted of ALEX. P. : : Li.nmug C'. nlL.ny F
his
ottlin with the sub
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m ? by
(iI S -. "i., Kli.; -11 i i Wat.rtr.vt.rt. 1 ccrI" f.n'0' ; regiment Has1el \VM. J. STANUIFEi:. C..t..m t;.
"ti Shfle Childnn'silo.! 1,. C.lIparl
Wm'pet. an C\:
: ; "JOHN
( scriber. H. JONF.S. Volunteers did all that could and Ken-
see mr-ii own regiment, Capt.riiats' r;. W. EO\VM, ht Lt. CVnvany A.
RIlia & (':>., til Wafer ,il ,; !& Super. Lrlica', Kid nnd Morocco Shoes ; Apalachicola, .April 0, 1"17. l.'MfTAMES I the circumstances, arid that t the assa u lucky company, and Capt. Naylor's ''com JAMES ,'.. CIIAMBEIS.: 21 Lt. CVropunv .\.
Ladies' and line Calf Boots.A -
,'HP 'il VNIJLKltY. Sup -i cujrse cart ied solclj because they were of volunteers. Theceneral A. J. ELLIS, :.I LIf'I'fllllp"'nye..
( ; : I i! > C'l.: i.r': i-f all -i/--, hr. e andextetiivftas irtin<'tit, \in. received (1flhIet l il'uHI" pany lcunsyh'ania COVVAKD.I 2d Lienr. Cornt!'aziy C.
MVVILL4.iHIt.MOi lV-r sale G. POIJ nit: CO. 11. COOK ; Wull ded to do an impossible thing by an immediately the assault.:
$ : : y.ini. 11'; 'n. Si' TD; )il, Kali d->. \Vsi.u'1; : do, < \i!ivc :, l Dee 5 -I Water street. .J street, New York, oilers for s-iK, a full and who enjoys the exclusive credit of The men answered the order with a shout K J. \\'.\'', I'd L>ent. Company IL

: '.1/' I 1.1:e' ".,,1 (It i.p, I.IW (II.. nLJ I iI1I J(", "t"aiIS 'fur- -- --- compli-ti'HSsoilment of CABIXET FURNITUREand (; ever ordered a regiment from that and advanced rapidly and with the. greatest UOKXE SULLIVAN :J I MM. c-C'mr'\n. n
,- iu;: '. PuntU'nilovv < .!!.i* 1'iitiyVliite Ironuils \<:. CHAIR I which he warrants to he equal to State to make a charge which enthusiasm in the direction of the enemy, JOHN 1: lELL,2dLirnt.! : Company

L d. il-I: I ill.I Yellow 1I:1r"> : 'i ('hrnuo'- GfI'n. OH '1'< )XS S.\'.; I Iron, aborted MZCS ; any in the cily, at iht bwing unusually lowrates resulted in a repulse. The fact who was totally concealed from them by the JAMES FuliKLa-T.rM. Lieut .C :l'raIlY H-

h i I; 11 'rti I 111"notl/ I: du..H,)1H YL'1.IW'er- s, j\J tin' kes Nails, do. : regiment i immediately rallied fur density of the chapparal Piogressingsteadily PORTRAIT- OF Tin CEXCJ.EY .
( : r.1.1 tr C 'm1'Iiir. flriot \.Irnis!., ('opal 1 casks! Weeding I Hoes nsorfed Mahogany Sofas from $")) to $I l.n I each. SI
qualities 1 in the and
incessant
09. T I If, It 1"1:1 i Pitch, '1'urniiue, GUdl, P.lint ; saul, ill was ready to repeat an a most deadly JIES. F.XKE'r.I.I' ; rj"nEK.I : .
"'a-I: ".s. \Irnt, oil, T'lrd,., :,mJ d\l\ CIUII;' (h, 2'J: BLicksmith Steel Faced Anvils;! do.. Chairs .30') to lv:'J perdoz.do. over ground( upon which in three fire for more than 250 yards, over a have been to the 15aibrifi Palace, t to
L1lti I : : I' 1.1 Ilk. \VlliLia:, Itlli D Ick. EII ,'_ :') Fnlis1i American Vises ; RocI.ingChasfoyi t !?;biieach..' till} of its members and stony ascent, the command
one.fonrh rugged the of Ueatiice Cenci. It
h*'1 ,Jit, I I' Hi-Hi t tj.i. I Heavy I Havens d't, Light do, oW Bellows; do Bureaus $; toi3 ( see picture is in
evidence] of of from the into the
V'.nt" i i.ird;! t II-1 I I ittmia. Nails, COI'r; do, \\'l dozen Spades and Shovels; do. Card Tables $10 to :) down, i.1 courage emerged chapparal open the roorti with other paintings, nmong which,
II l.i. I l\ '-, Sin: ,! Snk, 'S l n'Mt d.,, llid-1*, I'ro.w. ID Collin VPS; do. Centre Tables, SI" to.>7.: signification.! These brave men space before the v/cVk ::, from which the Raphael's Foruarina, and a emirate portrait

1..'; rvrwAujicirs! llndpik'Caitain; I 1'J bxs Cotton and, Woolen Cards ; ( o._ French! Bedsteads. :$:;I o to !?9iJ.Ao 1 pared to sacrifice themselves for the chapparal. had been. ,felled- for nearly two I n..r w.>riftpil, ,In. rPittnrt. ;...., :.irt. I,lop. ttifict....-. .r*..tt.i-i..L..ilit..*..
'Ihr.5 i ) ir-, n'IC111: : "-, .lib llin-vs lldiid 1 c-ise Il'jwlati'1'i Cast Steel Mill Saws; I-either Beds, I lair Mattre-ses and Bedding of their State and t the glory of the hundred yards, and lef lying on the ground. The picture of the Cenci itself does riot

Corn Pan:! >,dn-, ,1)ck)<: tulkiii I !15 ick-t-? \.1! i'ii-1-s C otr 1 Strviuzdo
M-Iv,',, I II I )..k< 1.11: f Tunu'i," ", U-K 11 I,i-ik- : % !fl M.d.I III, WM. G. POUTER! & CO. prices.N. ed by t their fellow citi/.cns for I artillery immediately in front of us. No. or the portrait of a very beautiful timimari.It .
Cm! d"<> :'ittu.ido, 1 li.itido, Ki-> do. Cauikin:; D.-C I .11 Water street. B. No extra charges for packing: aid: bip-! mo
r.mltkiu? Jroa, Mirliu-: Sjiik*s, S-ii; ::; .Scraprs --- -- pl S- S would only nchievcr.il honorable No. 3 o'rt the other with three, while two doubt
iVin? D.wrs, O( k'Lilies, Tormentor*, Groceries mid Shis p Stores. February 27, ]IS 17. 7-Sm are now entertaining JKS to its Leing
"1\'I1'r., C.: >m:>.\s s Sail Nreeli''s, Sjil Twine, COFFKK[ Java dlt.. Domingo do, d u 1. 'small: pieces ouau extension: of the redoubt either the work of the artist to whom! it has
$ 'II': ,1" o'.win:: (L. Poiln I Ii: .ill 1.llh'r, RIO FlourVeslern do; N 0 Su ar, lfHI IDS St. Croix Sugar; TO TiE PLT.LIC.Ccitfiin child No. 2! kept time with the othets. hitherto been ascribed, or the picture the

I'trn.t 1.1''>, ShiwlII I I inriiiTs. I II I iiciiets. Chi '1*, I IA'ij St. Croix do, Porto H jOt) do, Vounj Hyson Tea, L\J 20 do N'ew Orleans Sugar, to arrive; impressions which arc This terrible fire was tendered still more person \liutn it. has hitherto ;been supposed
irPI, inn*, I II I in Ntws, Guii'il'1Ififllstw I I I I do l"\\'l hon do Soucboiis do (ioshen 100 sacks Rio Codec; "iU do Java ; :. terrible the of which
Hyson ? I the public in reference I to the opelam by help 1,500 muskets to represent. 1 looked at it, endeavoring
Fd..4. Kit r.til I d'j, Iron Sj.i in. Cupboard Locks, flutter I'iiecse Lnrd B.teon Hams ride? ? rjhould'Ts 10) bxs An.mntic i Tobacco;
,
drove hail-storm bullets the faces
of
*",ikM.. Ii U'ml j Sa'v-, l\i.unt HH1rlr.J.i.wJ/ Lines, of the of the 1.1Ef ?.s they approached. far to be aLIe! to form
> \)>,s anti I'ntf.c Pork :lackerel, Slwd, Salmon, 20 Spenn Candles; TjUbv-i! ; Uord.i seem to require Nothing so as some
t 0 I -i, :< ,, d ), L i d) '. Fii-' :5i o. lJ.wII..I.I I Dep) t.OWlSUJl daunted however they
: ? ,
.
I Ill'rrill5oal1d; and Tonsni's, Cod Full Tongues, I 10'J( !bags Shot ; ;'0 kf-s Powder ; sigtifd officers of the vM Kegiment continuea independent judgment upon it. I have
S M-li 1 S'i "'t d', i JJtrd'i, I'tiii: t-, Luiiiori-!: : J...llI'r.icc Cjd.-R,>s, l\-f Sance, Olives! sault until they had approached near
200' lbs
1 u! I Liu -,. p.ns, I.I' UoolvCtr" : ,. -i d It i, 'per ) Lead ; ca' LI\dOi; see Volunteer?, a simple statement f ; heard it asserted that it was a picture n1'
Piph ,' (.iiii-rs! Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy < k4s Wliit"- Lead, XI. ra alI Pure. the enough to the works to perceive their great which idea could i : Le
ed
C.Lr lt.alll' that statement
!i'i.! "i. i : iVj" TCI M'ar, r'lc\'r. : I Bread: Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits?, 2)1 J will be seen no po :iLIy fonve
1 ,t-. Sun! ,!,.'::1 POMS, &j. Vc. BeanSalt, Uii."fn Maciirom, Vennacplli Ar- For salehy WM. G. POUTF.lt! : : fc CO. ,' from the accounts which strength, the number of the enemy, and by any copy. With this opinion I (differ:

:A..ul leiiicoU. J.trl. 2-1. J ,J7. rlCorn: Oats: llackwlK.it,t.Hd. I IliCC.: __Dec 5 -II 1 I Water- --stu'ot.'J'aiILtLt's -. !materially H'rctffol e cached th public car, t I i the utter madness of advancing any further entirely ; 1 have seen copies of it, v.hied,

-' :\:N-&-C---)\ -rY.! \'). :t iV doter trcct--, For J.in-2J sAl.by: B. ELLISON 21 Water& etrei-t.CO.) Jiirrrvu-scent Seltzer I the idea, it conveys of the military without orders from their officers, they upon a long contemplation of the original,
commenced before the lire and
G't"ivrml' ( re-i ii\'d a'll oiler fur sal: sI tIerieIIt. (;I'll. Pillow is by no means : ; giving way still appear to my memory to have been

I i't >i-k- <:r-j( !11 IlioCofl'-ac, (hew crop;) Shoes and Bro ans, by the case; -, RENEWED, and an invigorated/ to that ofccr. Ii ul tin undersigned( retiring to the chapparal, where they were both fJithflll i 1 and s.factory.: The painting -

I I H J birr.-N X ,rthe.rn a:: i U'.j-tern Flour ; BOOTS '. Shoes and Buskins; and healthful condition of body pu tutored disclaim r.ny other motive in quickly)reformed for another assault. They does r.ot appear to me tininer.ily beautiful -

:'I I to old Rectified! Whiskey! ; :Men's, Boys, and Youth's Hro atu ; by I he use of,T.\IUL\XTS EFFEUVESCENTSELTZER publication: than such as arises from I commence this retrograde movement as a work of ati. and the smallucss ot" S

I j'i i I*'jvs 'while: t pile an 1 bnr.vn Snap ; tinc scw'd Brogans ; [ sire to do justice to others and to : however, until they had perceived the month-always a defect in the f.sre and

.*, hbJi '{. O. Si jar ; "id-i -Muscovado; Men's pegged Boots ; This preparation is universally allowed to he tice for themselves. They are that every field officer but the colonel had in this one, owing to i it!> beinj; half-opened(,
J i easks !Bl"O'I Side anl I S1tJJlj r" the most popular remedy of t the day, for of
; finp. sewed Boots ; prcsct.t accord to the ulcharitahle the pr fallen ; until, of the commanders companies a defect not only destro\ui2: beauty but absolutely

,i I HIKH"i ; Russet Brogans. For sale by the prevention and curl of Indigestion, Bilious to the brave men they cow two had fallen dead, a third mortally, giving a vague and zimmmo.t foolish
'I bmx-ls Clarified Sa;ar ; B. ELLISON & CO., and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, I lead- yielding and I a fourth dangerously wounded, to
ltJllfltt'nanee-mar.'s
1tJ !J.I\S Loaf: t1 ; Jan-23 21 Water street. ache I Heartburn, habitual Costivenes i ,i, kc only' that questionable ort of say expression to the it,
attaches who nothing of the lieutenants not in command, in spite of the lovely outlines cfllte other
;, I S4)erm c.udlc,; Travellers and Jidl.nt in warm; climates will which often to men \
find it desirable ide, it events unsuccessful killed and wounded, and of the awful havoc features and the soft tear-wearied a
> t
:. i IJ.arr'lsg i lium; OnrpIIE Uonsi-ulilcill. a all ; pi any accumulation engaged in an eyes
M)i White's timol'eGiu; : subscriber has lately received on consign- lf bile, i is portable, and tlC welollof less it be shown that impossibilities among their comrades. lu less than three human face almost without character or expression -

M I) <:n..>tic Brandy: 1 merit, the following articles : preparation i is unusually con\'cllillt I II rcl required(! of t them.On minutes, of less than 400 menabout SO had of any sort but that of sNveetneiand

*' NO Milasie- ; 2 c3oks choice OM Port Wine ; have frequent occasion torentc and cooling the evening of the 17lh April] been JileL and wounded, many of whom sut1ililt. The mouth: Ins alwnts appeared -

5, i I b IX.-. E.I. !liDiiry! Cheese ; 1" Old Madeira Wine ; purgatives; they will aperient j in preference Scott promulgated to the army his fell forty yards of the works. tome, in the copies of his picture,

i pi,ri-s Keatacky I1E.giiig: ; 1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey ; 1 to any other. Sold wholesale: and retail) for the action on da Here two inquiries naturally present as if it could not ;possibly be like the original
-. > oils Hope; ; 2"' Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy ; Nov 5. J. ALLEN. Druggist i &c. the ensuilp )
I r cn. Twiggs's division, themselves"Where was Col. Wynkoop I cannot persuade my>elf that' i ime mouth
I i'l J I bil'i \Ii'aat1.lt..; 1" "Jhrk Duniond Brandy ; ---
OFFAT'S) LIFE PILLS AND PIKEX1XBITTEllS : the duty of ca that lie was; not assaulting No.1Vhere was like Beatrice Ceiic'f ; it expresses
Club" gade, was
) !ivand hlf- u (navv cr .; ) M tl. lljtisias; 1U baskets London Champagne.Als M assigned ly
.. 4' l5..MlflQ:14; >, a variety of Se ars, all of which will be just received and for sale by height of Cerro Gordo, of was Col. Roberts that he was not supporting neither intelligence: sorrow nor determination

?.. M Manufacture' To! acco ; sold low, for cash only, by Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.OFFAT'S (5 flCii'S) left wing and securing the Col. Uaskell ? Col. Wynkoop, speaking ; it is a pretty, round!, silly, seusual I r.

i"> ca
i btrn-ls Mi'rkerel, No3 2 311.13 ; Feb 27 b() Water .street.W BTTEH3 ju4 received and for sale by (treat ; while (Jen. Pillow was to He declares that he was ordered not to advance of the Foin.irinu, it would be idle for me to

f"") lull bMs da, d'j ; Nov II. F. ABELL lr'iggist.' "aloll the route he had carefully from his position until ordered to (Ii.) speak critically, were it not that there are

i )li iv's, asijrlej Syrup; l ISTAU'S I and Swayne's Balsam sale of Wild noitered, ill stand ready, as soon so by Gen. Pillow, either through one of his certain provinces of criticism which belong

.I ei: .1 t, a-a'l IJJ; ( uov5kr 3.1\(1 II- Cherry, just received and J.for C. ALLEN.by Lamp Oil. heard the report of small I arms on aids or by a concerted signal. He states even to those who know little of the mechanical -

s 1:1: Teas ; Nov. 1 WINTER, strained, a splendid article, for sale: if circumstances should that he received no order, heard or saw no rules of art, or the technical terms
--- or sooner
I i J lulf i cheats)iiH-s and Old boves. C');gna PovvrboujTeas; <- Br.indy ; ; HKCTIXUS: Shirtings anti Prints, by the -, [jan30)] J C ALLF.X.( him to pierce the enemy's line of signal. If lie had assailed No. 1, it would by which they are expresssd. In the tirst

H biskets! l ( .'Heidsici'k"I Champagne ; .J bale and casp, low for cash by COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water, the nearer the river the better, as have been better for us. Then] the I gnus place, a half-iiaked) woman with a splendid

:-t'J ke!s Xu'ls, assvtud sixes ; B. ELLISON & CO. received and for sale by select." ( en. Pillow's plan of : I there, instead of annoying our tank, would turban on, is a disagreeable object to me, because -
Jan 23 :21 1 Water street. April H. I F. AP.ELL. I have been directed at him. 1 was in the nakedness is conscious and fur it
J" Bread
liW-i Pil-it and N'avy ; -.- __ __ 1 __ ._ '__ __. arranged b himself as follows :
3 tiercei new Kic*; Wist :::N Risiiui; of \VildCIicrry.DOXEX l' Ilolasses.S mand of CuI) Lasl\el, supported fact the real point of attack. If the whole purpose : unconscious nakedness b the attire
j'i k.54 aa.l: pirtcrs nsw Backwhcal ; a i lol'i"a l \ brigade had assailed that work, it would I of innocl'lIcc-l', lrtialllIt..lnc s. for' lime
received and! for sale by tierces for sale! Roberts, Pennsylvania
just ny :
:'n IrnhnU Norther Oat. t' IN carried. Then could of revealing some special
April 1U H. "'. ABELL. B. CO. to assail No. 2, the centre fieldwork have been easily we purpose beauty
S _,I IIldl_,: ( Ia_ l-",, 3' J i. Feb20 ELLsO WaleI: &!t..d. ene.my's right ; while at the slue: have turned his own guns on the enemy, and in a woman, is indecent, and thereforeLigh-

Dry Cnoils.HILLINGS. IIOIti, (No. 1, on the extreme right of the attacking him in reverse, have driven him ly displeasing. The face (utile t Fornarina

I) Ticking Cotton Owaburgs, RESH }.'al Crop, for sate by For Salts line, was to bo attacked by Col. \\ ) from the field. This; was really what (Jen. is also extremely disagreeable to me ; with-
F
LIro.W4, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan- April H. I.'. Am LL. 1 JLU fk 11111)5.bills cboicc Flour N 0 Sugar ; 1st llcgiment Pennsylvania V Scott desired Gen. Pillow to do, if circumstances out feeling or meaning, a siupid-looktug. ,

$ d., T..I. I I.. SlIrti"i! I I Sh'ctitCIH'd j ( 4, --- Feb:1 2 ,NOURSE by STOXE &. CO. supported by Col. (Campbell, of the J'tzrorctlsim with a proper opportunity staring handsome creature, whose regular
(,'mi'lutti,, Cjilicojs, D-daiif*. I ll'i-if-ry, .Vc. &c. Camphor; and Piperine, !Just rc- '- to pierce the Hue of the ene features lUll! rich coloring present, nevertheless -
i"r ull' by B. I ELLISU.V ic CO. QUININE for sale byl SAL:A I D Ol t L"rjubneccivcdirirdTJrV.il 1 ; ) :: t- by" ness ans. of the my's batteries." a moat unattractive"and? uulovtlyI
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"countenance ; most dilYeient: indeed from ail I. three times ns much as Wen Jell ,Sc [From the riulaJel.hia| Bulletin.] Jefferson, and) the next momentcalh Buchanan THE l'RESIDEXCY-TIU, THE WHIGS.: SENTINEL. Taylor's fame, whilst gratitude is tit- '

;lhat (f.tntifulpictI 'c in the Florence talI Van Bcmhuyscu, only 29u per cent [BY TELEt JL\PIJ.] Wall, Cass, and other bitter revilers the hearts of the people, they dare not"1"*

$!Iery, iimnathcu' the Forrurim, au.) which: more Arrival of the Cambria. of Jefferson, his principles and his person -, \ care pleased to find that our able Whig ly make war upon the fair fame of ,J'.

t is now by pome supposed! lo he n portrait We do not undeitakc to say thaI Blair & SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROl'B.Aclmnrcn. the leaders of the Democracy. Thisis cotemporary responds to our inquiry, by assenting whom vile detraction has hitherto the

ofVittoria Coloima. The foniH of the !1'0-> Jives 1 asked too much, or Wendell & Van Cotton-Decline Brcadslitjjs consistency.--/V/fV.[ North Amrr. to our proposition as to the impropriety They dare not oppose-the tpa

soot arms shoulders, and hands! arc p(r- 1 Benthuyscn too little compensation for Death of Daniel O'Connell. --- -- ----- -' =- of aVhh; National) Convention rnanifesllr '
' feet, and most prfcctly piintcd cotta the of Congress ; but the 1 1 l '; I 1 the people in his favor ; but they :
: u.itnrc doing printing i i { ; t
The steamer Cambria reached Boston UOJI II IlUllrlInrBlrrrSBR.\ 11 11i being called to select a candidate for timePresidency.
not be more beautiful nor alt t more bcanti icsult of this, the first attempt to discard i t l i I first to deter and browbeat the i
of this morning at nine o'clock. She sailedfiom -.- ---- --- _.- -.-- ------ We are fdso gratified to perceive Whigs
ful, than they ;'' here shown. The the and demoralizing practice him for the
thirli conupt and -- -- --- -- nominating Presidency
4th sixteen '
i picture to which my .ttcntion,1" drawn, I i using; the public printing ns a means; of feeing Liverpool later intelligence.on the brings APALACII1COLA, TUESDAY, JUNE 2), 1347. that the Sentinel j is not disposed to aid in that, some are for f

.IT anJihc I Imbed and days --. .-. ----- ----- supporting him $
;. only one on which L dwelt with i and sustaining a party organ it -- --- '- ------ -- H' in making (cn. Taylor the candidate of a s

'Unmixed: pleasure% was a female putt!rail, I I hound; !, :as the bond slave ol faction, to do through We give Telegraph.the news as we are receiving CG The following gentlemen are authorized !! party and so render him obnoxious to those will come into their terms; whilst ot heel.

said: to be by'1'itianbut: thought iliall'.cr I 'the woik, which honesty refuses, and i'ldcpendencc h such papers as the Union and its
: LivK.nrootJune 4, 1847. Agents for the ) tiKf.ciAL AuvKKTi >: :,and will who have heretofore differed with him in IatelIit
thc work (Palma Vccchio. The person } J Acorns, i i-I = of a character, we hum- receive and receipt forsabacnptions) or adxcitiocments. the Pennsylvanian and the Richmond

oC this woman was enveloped iu rich '! 'lily mist, to satisfy the American people of CORN MAKKIT.-: Notwithstanding the ;- opinion.We have
already
Irt quirer
: but burly, ungiaceful attire, even lo one of the widom an.l: neccs-ity of the change. strange speculations enteilaincd previouslyto I can assure our friend, the Sentinel commenced sarf
her !,. the departure of the last steamer: that I JoTrir F. MA SOV, ?' =! If:iMinsr, corner of the foundations of his popularity r'as
hands, which was coverrdwith a clumsy lI.tnoVt'rand Heaver street's, New York that we by no means misconstrue the spirit
plove. 'This something in lii I ? [From the Pieaytme.] the Corn market would! maintain its upward 1 1YH> IIKAVO: !:;'i.; New Orleans.W.M. When we proposed an uuion of the ,
cfllo-1 the unusual fineness of the \V. CitEnvrit K.-q.: Ga. of its article ; on the contrary we have
ling, and in the soft thick-looking go!: L\TIlt: 1.uo11 YEIL.\ cituz. tendency, Albany, perused pie into one party we by no

hair recalled me the holy love of Titian, I I ; on a }Vagoh Train by a Mexican weather 1 promising a favorable!I home harvest _l\Iajor h __Jvr-K_ IlAr.rniAN.__ _,_I'l1flllla. _, : __Ala.. ___ ___ I it with that pleasure which we always tamed such. chimerical means e ere
I I had the cfl'ert of ---- -- -- any notion
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materially depressing ------ ,
in that beautiful picture which he has called experience in reading the temperate and independent as tba
; Guerilla r Americans
i ;ity-Tiirty stposcJ //>- prices, and of course contracting the extent lul'imi: Of JULY. I the leeches who had fastened ihftmeltei

-who can: tell whyHoly? and Piofane lo Ic 1.filled1 ore p1 f ll'iigons Destroyed of transactions.The The citizens of Franklre requested opinions of a journal, which we
Love. The countenance of the !lady: was ,I average I the body politic, could be made to rona
and the ; --Dcj't of Major fiosicorlh, Paf- advices however, brought h, the to meet at the Exchange on Wednesday know to possess the confidence, 5c speak the hold. G
serene sweet, month t full of nobility, their! greedy When we spoke
United Stales Caledonia of light stocks in the American the 30ih o'clock P.f. sentiments of a large portion of that party of t
and C
trace 'ycnit.. The eyes tlt''Pt't., I nagcler Army. at lo make arrangements political.mllleOlurn, when the *hon

and of a ()u Ii blue color the form of time The t.-. ship I Massachusetts, Captain, ports have created considerable :activity for the celebration of the Fourth with whom we have altrayt acted, and shall down with the lamb trill h
aided by the headed! relaxation that has we expected
'foichcad and fire full of (characlciriajes; I Wood, aimed t evening fiom Ver.i Cruz, of July. continue to net, governed as much if not lhatij,
taken place in the nf the
tic aii'l lo\'cl.-- brautiitil; [ 1 h air, together whence she sailed the evening, of the llth pressure moneymaikct uollcVon1l still continue to roam aW
I have the confidence which t\'e a'
tended ro-cstaish
largely to more by possessin
with the warmivfieciiun it ea; ;t !like :\ ,grit' !tn I ins?l. Massachusetts; bungs: over 1;, XORTII[Pn.rri. it civil\v.! "seeking what they might devour."
a free desire to specuhte. Tlic[ report, the and of its leaders Bot
integrity
curtain on her tlnoat, seemed to Inc the I sick: and wounded soMieis under charge ol 1 1 authenticated of failure We have received from Messrs. LEON:\r-.n I patriotism we regard but little any opposition that
though, a probable
very perfection "f tit"rc IU"-. tnhia1; ait.: and principal men, than because we have nai
passen-ger i of tJa'potalo crop, both in Ireland and Jersey SCOTT & Co., New York, (the April num- II come from a pensioned press, or thef '
She was a tnost ftir tra'it1-i; ; 1 1i dYe ;;:d 1 as : always coincided with it in opinion. We reeh b'e!
have also had iheir own influence. ber of the above It is usual efforts of the i
as of
: Quarterly.
we left the ,'room inrniti, 10 :look vtlo her.a I S. A., 1't er Bryan, nf the navy, and "army office hoWen
The that in the viev.s
1\1r'l markets have in point of fact fallen dare say expressed by us
+ ,'i", rnJ tiil..tf'r 01.till SLIP H'} ;C iib' 'Oftis"UI'C 13os\vortii and I taro servants.Tiie : replete with able and interesting matter. strngglitJgto preserve the evil," wbicb'itheir
I Cfls per quarter: from the highest point ;: but on the subject of the Presidency," we
: mi.1''otnt.1huJ 1 she did.it resented 1 l' "
; : iv.'it is as on I increase -
: though (flour had declined to -10s per barrel, (;HI:All.AM mir:. Jl LY. "good. They may "go into caucw*
differ with number
chance
to a respectable
--- at You (h uz. \VTeiegiel extiemel -
: it is now worth 12s, aril may be fairly Graham's capital Ameiican ;Monthly M'i-: and nominate ticket, but what
{From t"i: 1'inl: Ve'L: _Vii'ji i.' i" 1 tha Bosworth, who quoted friends..c have can then
lo sy Paymaster I of our Whig reason tot
.
Tin: c } :: :.:. i '.''_\ 1':1't:: I X\:. sailed from here only on the lath nil., at 13s for best Western. Some averages gazine, for July, comes before its time," feeble efforts a7ail against the united Toici
that that of remarks
know
:37 to 3s ban el. ( portion our ,
Our readers are .tauh's.! !: anaie, i1i : ilea' i sickened: and died in Vcr.i Cruz of the per and gives us a peep ilt! a "counterfeit! prescntiment" of a free people ? Vw e know that ere d
American \ 10*. fid. !to 12s. Gd. per i 7
i 701bs. Indian Corn is of "Old Z.ich: the I Hero that by appealing to theponj.!
steady
tolerably at
chance in the mode of givitj= oot tlu! congressional the Mrss.cliuselis, in charge of his lies for the sake! of the Union "-an union
nlnc'i on 5/.. for piime yellow; and in some instances is, and the President that will 11:. The I j cal prejudices of the people, to keep rheti
printing ; na.v jn.:t-id of !trot he r.I j to be cemented by the election cf the [Hero
used hwvuifocc; the ow-inc to the increa being as was cjse, to I quitc; the most import-nit: intelligencejbronsht : white; hascomrr.pnded: 2'. above j I lof Buena Yista-was coldly! received by- feeling,
tupprut and enrich! n p'rii" ui pies:, is I by this arrival lelatcs to ati attackn1tor per. qur.rtcr by C:pt. Eaton, his aid-de-camp. the engraving which prompts them !rally upon tbs 'Hen[[
!
of
throw open to all i! the priutcrs of the Union, I 'n large train the Mexican gueiili the currency yellow cont.Meal I \I some of the sanguine uncompromising; of Buena Vista and
: by ) 'between 28 :and 31 with is by S.Mt-iin: done in his best style I nothing will hayei
1 ranges !? ,
anti given by (CH; r.cl to the 1 lowest: bidder j has I whi'h has hen paitially successful.Uy .- a : of the Whig;; Party, who, flushed by recent
tendency to higher quotations. The total of tnex/otint. The neMnumbcrof Sr.ihatn; tendency to aid his opponents more
'For this happy! ('hlI: : the gratitude of tlll''J'opc : the! FIIHwe learned that: a train was ; triumphs think that victory stare, us in the illS.
of j'le nited. St rt-s is .1'p.! in pirt 'to" leave'I; :I Cruz on the morning of the export of breads!ufls front thellnitei1! States promises to present us with a portrait offifen. 1 doing, than the constant parading; of General .
face. have
the
to (great Britain and Ireland from the 1st Deeming us to !proposed
to the cvctiKMis uf| XVJtij Ulftmh"fS to remelya r:h iiist., for Petibla, under the command of Butler. Tlifsi engravings arc with Taylor.s11it principles m the to!.
syslem which had 1 because 'I', t'vii:! ; !gist Lieut. Col. Mclnio-h. The train had in September, 1810, to 1 1th May 1817, jppean the of the 5H.IJcsidcs destruction of thehir Parly: tley become of him
Whig ,
be Flour > subscription price magazine: ; umns papers or setting
-
to I.(.j(, 02 bbls. Con Ieal.13t,1:12 DP21
above all, to the virtues ant! paJriotjsjsi: of chirgor'J.j.OOO: in specie, ol which sum indignant; the proposition, and give vent to
blls.VIrat 1,512,271 bjshcls. the portrait of Gen. T.i\lor[ there the candidate of the Whig party.Vedj
thc venerable! rditni of the 1 ni'1H. Iwd thel'tyntastei's
wn> on" Hundred thouiud belonged to J bursts of patriotic eloquence. What we
hucccedc i in ma.it.4! the evil nrne.; : .-- ; Depaitment the remainder to Oats 271,555 bushels. is a view of T.illulah Fall?, and Iirian," J not find !fault; therewith nor say that them
\ proposed to accoml)\ ] was the destruction
Pro''isions-Tlic
Some :1llrIlIjB'Nt' made at file commcncenienl the < u.irtCMiiTster.s. One hundred and supply is moderately a fancy sketch. j ; have no right s a to do, but simply qn:3t n .
fair, but the' deinind languid.: Beef 5s! not of that spirit of party which has; produced
of the -!Oth C'l.ngio-'s. by a distinguished tv.entv-five wagons and six hundied pack the policy of such a course.
plentiful, nor is it iu much demand. Butter x rv: T.U f.oif; ['.\ri:11.
Senator lo ,'.i'jetith mules iu the which so unhappy and irreconcihable disputes f
t'c f1 rational I were Ham, was escorted many -
: ) limits the profits of iJ"* {pl'He! printer by >J'OO troop and Cheese maintain; a lair price and The "Nalional" is I the title of a ne\. ;- upon questions so nearly approaching As to withholding the expression of osr

which. wvic known to Inve be'ii inordinately I The tram; left Vera Cruz on the night: of the last consumption duce month's.unusually Hams great within the paper, just started in New Orleans and e:ch other, that but for the spirit of :r'rty' opinion in Gen. Taylor's favor. simply! because

great ; but nil reform r.':.s 111;: "ail- the 4th 1 inst., and on Saimd.iy the Hh: whenit ;:re generally we have no evidence that he Imgi'ca
edited 1'. l n. TIIOUPK of literary
I ( by :, some -
ill;. until the public p iu'<*r !lr::.'re'f. tlic had advanced} about tvveijty-fiva miles it dull, with a tendency to the accumulation! of t, and by the exercise 01'that spirit of comprom'se in' his adhesion to what we'or some otbtt
of the tigriorstocks. Altogether there, is no disposition renown, at the heal of whose col- and mutual desire becoming
editor bitu'i'it to to so -
attacked I
goviiiiment oivnu. ; was : bv a laige; party: flf gueullns. agree Whig considers the essentials: of WligS
the the aH of i ivsjsti'j',!, fnri to do largely; iu pinvisiiyns. Hemp timnsflicsilipnatnpofXACIIAKVTAYLOH t I ;-
rescue a pen :: Tilt place, ; was well selected for the pui- to a government like our had soon
the of its license aal d the The arrivals: have been !so small ns scarcely 'tn. we shall not do so-because we art
fury : ttiuns un- poe by the Mexicans; being represented as'a for Prc ulcnl. been set at rest in a rmnncr profitable md
It''ulellce1111 of its ;loiis.Theic to affect the market : 50 ha'sf! good, saii-Hed(I that he, like others by
indecency ;:", rt. defile bread enough for a single wagononly. From the specimen before us, the pre I many ,
was some character left t(. !;;c \'inIi-, Jt is said too: that slihtHHis were: American tow brought 211. 10s. Join: and pleasant to all. herttofore: giver in hisatlliesiun to the Whij

catell, even jilt the Senate; and acu.:l1in:1\', thrown up by the Mexicans to obstruct Tuipintine-Sales show icmarkabie iiMcti- vious career of limo editor, aid the banner I It does not appear to ts to follow, that because he had confi hence
in tw!
,
the editor of the PuiollIi exj cll< d Hninthe their advance. The attack was made from vity ; Ilosin has fallen to 3s per cart, nr.d under which it has enlisted: we shall expect because all lines are withdrawn, that party :

hall which he hal ourag'J: .l 1, aId 1 the I jemplovment each cxtiemiiy of the train and upon the : Turpentine 7s fid and 8s percwt.COTTON. -and we confidently anticipate do- I Natty correctness of its intentions ihoa;li opro-
.-The tone of this} market! -ince therefore the patriotic conservatives of the ed National Bank and '
which in his fasmi..1" mine (f''Ilrett the same tirn, the piincipal point I lions and successful career fur the Nation! to a various other

of wealth, taken: from him, to be be ,towed however being the wagons which were supposed the departure of.the last steamer I his maternally al. Whig party, who have so gallantly! defended matters of Whig, so called poli ,. Na

upon those who arc co-iteui to pe trm its to contain the specie. I improved. The a'J Ipreheniuns of the ship of state from the assaults of a nm t- we do not Lclicve that the Wlig? party of ,

duties for one-thud the pike, and!, apparently Piiv.ile accounts represent that the attack short-receiptS and tit'ilie backward season CArTisT 'JILDIAPH: : & r1.0nID.EII- ; )'rarity. drunk with power and greedy ofplace the United b'tates uniriizous an '
without expecting the j rd\r! :;! : of was so far successful that fort of our for the glowing' crop, hive caused the decided M'ANT: j nrs upon
} will be into retirement and
sent rendered t
libelling their cmploycis! anti! the rtiiiry.; : wagon weie destioycd.though not those advance. The impiovement is likewise lo the title of a new paper, edited by .,\". j questions of policy.

These remarks grow out of tiip inspection containing the specie-two hundred mules in a great measure attributed) to the fcDo-\LI, Ks and l published at Jacksonville !j powerless for goo i ; on the contrary, We know th tat the extra session oflc4ft

which we (have just beet mining: of loaded with susistcnce'C'tC! taken, and greater rise in the money' market; so on the j. 'I did no p'lily: orga-iL'.atiorj: exist controling: the the bank, and bankrupt IawtanJdiatubutiun the land
Senate Documents 2}:; -Jt1: Lnms.J.J whole, I the condition i and prospects of the 1 E. I F.I .
; thirty of our men killed. The AmciicnnKagie i i elections; new candid nes were to be chosen bill J If f
were passed: by means
Session, being the "ilepoil fiom the Virr I i.f the !nth):I says: our loss is v.uiouslyj ; ccttan tr-le! present a very cncour:: b.:. r.speel. Jl is dedicated," S'lys the prni) cfm, i by the pcnpieu..hi's-p.i by prejudicesYhei

President of the Unitc-1: States and: >'H: :cc're'.ary |j i.titnato of the Senate TI.e sales of the week, rnuing the C-?thutino doubts but that the band of !patriots who in favor of the bank
members who
: of time 1:'ttio.j of the i( accounts: from icspotisiblf souiccs give i' public Ilion:' says; the editor, with: no other were
'printing of the :>')th Con rr r, under the I j:, the loss ;i3 we have done at thiitv, IIH,: .- : amounted 3..OfK: ) biles. Upl.llld! : I 1, have rendered jjoiioiis! the annals of the rupt law, voting for the hank bill-a measure
of th that which is founded
,;oint resolution of the 3-i. .ltt:nt, 1= l'J,, ) The check v.s so severe Ih:(t Col. Mcln- descriptions: rated at 5 a 5;; to 7d.; Orleans hope success in Whi.: party, would] continue to represent which declared their constituent, d1
5 toJ.'d. Ah'inn' : A: :Mobile I 7jd. I in his approb.ition and 1 Truly I they
and the contracts totaling! to ill;,[ sm"', tutee! dt-Urmint'd not to {hax.' rd an advance ; ; ]l'l to ; patronage. the people I-to doubt it, is to insinuate a cf pI
which was icad and oideicd to be :'.::He
on the 2d of March 1 last. This: ren.it:; is sofsr 1 I II| ctirdm;ly entrenched) themselves! behind India is quoted J to .Id.} per IlJ. higher, since to employ' his I pen, and he must possess !!'wniit of capacity. in the people to ,inake! I wt'strrra States, where the bank was popular t

interesting and) curious, as it enables; us ]' their w.igon, despitches were sent of! the last steamer. faith to life of ifI choice of ;IJ1 I op! r rulers. Bu: instead of : ,voted for the bankrupt lacy about whici

*o judge what price the coiigjesM;,u.: ] printing j to ( en. Cadtvall.ider at \*era Cruz The I The maikct, ret:iins an unquestionably equal moving mo'iritnins I the number of those who could be relied on they and their peon- 'were indilf.rent. An
has heretofore firm chiracter; and inquiries from the trade }he hopes to the punter," without mortal -
t.'eu done for I pay
as contrasted General left
fill Monday evening, the ?ih to maintain intact the constitution '
.
being We
then tc the taut? bill of 4? t
with what it can -nn:1 now is to- Ills!., with five hundred men and four ho- i I a: e more than oriiitnnly general in the Manchester 1 I "aid awl cOI,fort." The days of miracles again, as :

be done for !by Mee"r.V(:,rJdJ & Van j!I uil/er*. Prii'aicaccounts .say further, that market.i '1'1"I.I.,10 U desire I however, me past-manna 5- no longer re luccd by an union of parties should we know that many Whigs were opposedtatt

Dent hu'seu, of New }'orl,, ;ud .r.'i.is. j j on the Iftth a put of tfi'- volti.reuis al-o j I to purch:ise, and the ascending disposition I not see the virtuous and patriotic of all our because timer' considered I the duties ou sow r
rained from Heaven and but fe to IIC F
: :v are
: of
Tippin ?c 1 of Pciiii-v.itiia.] 10' the mniket has checked tiansac- f ? tilt and the
Sneep'T joined
< Ic'fi. .vith tour ho.vilzers, to join the traia.: : eopponents swelling things too high-:and some because tbtt a
whom the new comr-tcfj dave f !Irt assigned. tions and led to the iclinfjiiishment of Pound who are willing to lent! their money
n I The Jvijle' represe.its that oar troops icceived number of the Du: i.Mu5 or TI: Co>- opposed to discrimitntin unties: a
The resolution ,Au'ii-t c ::51 1, 181'J, J thfi attack with the iii most coolness, I heavy contracts which would otlint wise beaccepted. the security( offered by Dean Swift, when were
The order for the r. I,011 STI1'TW1'lw? idea entertained: by sortie, are to this day-as witness the! \\$;
diiides! the conircsii u.t': i'lt.i five i executing many 1
: : j .wtJ th it the fII"m- bi-i'iu n-j,iiscd, l li-ll beck i : lie once pinched a ch:irity SCrmO1.H Myr.icihren
lifTeicut kinds or tiase! <, (;nd: 1 thc! f:.th !i toivar.Is tie Paint( \'a i 1nar, which some S. are heavier than have been 1 lCWl: fat ," slid: he, hilt who giveth i to the that our government cannot: successfully be of Ilillnrd's: district in Alabama, who hate 1

class is subdivi.Jed] into throe dj!ii; < tcui sortsor at.ppose( they Hay atteuijit In defend.! \o many; years. administered save: by patty organization has evinced their opinion to that cheer, by re- ,

parts.) Thcconiiacisicrthe: f-t, sfcnr.J j j(! later ucws from the train hid, been rcI 1 Fn.xtin..-The* financial prospect: of poor lendeth to the Lord!-if you like the I no foundation in fact amid the history of uhf nominating him for Congress. Wecoscientiously -

third, aud fourth classes, were t, ) : misled those who
own country ahfp ; to by as- believe that the Whig rarJicckorjo !
first named contractors a.id thusp. fir the ,i :,J ;assadw; c1ls 1 Ii ft. (In the 10th, a large animating. The disposition which the took up an unusually: large contii'jution' I

1 fifth class by the last uaute'1. Thne were j aritliI] was
altogether fifteen ''JjrIt i rVlIat l is !<::i uili- Hr.lIerVaSIJllllrtOIl. which may be hourlyt moie freely, his become more largely developed evidence of its faJacv.'hcre. was. body of men, independent in thc
cant, 1lcssrs. Ritchie & licj-s dr I ;and a greater degree of coif, lence could( ,get any loaves :lIclti311es"
Jotp- I (: ;:J. Her letters may bring us fui- I party spirit when George Washington; was politics, who ;are found in its ranks, more because -
pear among the bidders fut they figure as then dtHails.No hhs been imp..i: ted to all I I branches,(: of trade. in Florida on! such t terns.On .
I cfioacn evident of the United} States I de-
arm Iwo of the three vcuuiic; of 5c The weekly returns published en I Fnday they deem the COlanlf) safety i
"Tijipiii I l,.tyr news hid br.en leccired from : looking! further clown into the picspec-
! It the lwih tilt. showthe amount of notes hidden in the bosoms nf aspiring demagogues pends a firm and ol'posilio rs
judicious
Streeper. ie, h.I\.c.\, interesting to the army cf <'('11. ;ClJtI. The reason is.. in tus of r the Telcgiaph.! we find! that the above upon
find Messrs. Jilair & 1'iws'i-a! furtuuatcprellecesIJYS : : r, obvious ; 4 fur the piesetit at Il'astthc co'ii- actual! circulation: on the week ending the not to break forth until his political to tho pirty now in power than because they! i
ol Ilitcliie: girt Hi<.. the iiJd nil., includi'i seven: day and} other bills, quotation!' was: only meant as a figine of end '
!
ancient j tnunic.aiiou his been cnJiielvjcnt; oft We career was at an -unless we acknowledge actuated by a desire loses all the variotu
organs of the Dfiiocricy: alt! ieic-i| Jo all to have been lf',5rrVJK:} pOI'wlls.The speech." LiIc1 10S Kendall'*, winding up t
| this
not regard: ns at alarming, for that the miserable cabal who! sought doctrines! held in different sections of the
led so long un'iiMiirbciJ. tlio 1 lords of the (;t lI. (Jadwaliader will no doubt a amount cl'gold ;and silver coin and of his extra Globe; prospectus in Iti40, our
open pas- bullion in the vaults of the bank ) loin flame the minds of the people! on the Union established l whole the policy i
l'.9J8: as
as !
Globe was
great as tho ot; -I I.'? lId 'interif.I i
pi j sage 1') ,1..111':1 at once ; but it indicates( a. brother exclaims lo his Baptht, friends :
their party putting in tlir-ir bids. with ch: itacteiibtic -1\I cc".ity fur so.-ae civ: dry force upon the. Gad:$ showing nn increase of ..CTdfi.-lUO. Send on the: Dollar." We ehtrc.it the "Jay's treaty" ant 1 "French questions: of the government. And we venture to [ft-

courage, fur the highest! rates and 1 I hue, eo clear away the JJI'i ;ails which infest The monthly increase was L'7'51.713.MKTVI.S. : : of bicihien. composed a party American peol'::. \\-edo diet, that if the Why party should obta&i ;
offering as their bondsmen! three goat I i o I I If : .-The Caledonia brought:; con- co-opctation our Baptist
meti f U. and who i muste-tc-d I m gre.iter force than not use that term in such a sense as the teins of that nei.heraX; *
and true, "or (happy! fellows!) United i f had bcn anticipated to attack a train guardI sid'Mable orders for matuilactuieis of iron, churches will! be kind enough to semI; government
and l the the United Slates would atitlnri/.e its application! to a brad of tional; Dank the Distribution of the rotl -
stocks in
States C per c -nt. stock as secuuty, ;at I the' I ttl! by HU) ) I 11 oops.J ; :n are through them, or othciwisc, their subscriptions. ,

option of the Secretary: of the Senate and II j But the audacity of these ;;mien Ilas doe generally supposed to be light, there is ." cflsjJiraors.hcrc was party spirit in the Lands nor the Tariffof ISie, will be unnmmotisly J

the Clerk of tie Ilo'js'e.! : i not stop here. They are entering Vera likelihood l that the shipments to that quarter ------- peaceful days of the administration( of J.is.Monroe supported by the whole lody of the 3

Tbe following :little' taMos) which wejovite I, Cmand I stealing; : our horses For several will continue good., The prices here LKJIIT iiou;n ox cvi'i rLoiiDA.We ? The country had) been for years \\.h'g. We have evidence! even in the 1

the readies atftlitiCltJ.Viii ptescui j ni ht, : alarms had] been creamed in the are tolerably! well supported, with tin exception led I article
5 city were by m : in an exchangepaper agitated by the fierce strife of Fcderali IslanI.lb3t l )
only ofVcl h iron which issomevvh manufacturing State of Rhode
ome ;idea of the dis :'rcncc in east lo the i i by these( rrcda: .IH attempts. Pnvale IctH4rs .
.U f'ajl'r of to state that the c had lately been i-ls"a 11I1 1 Republicans '' but disgusted >
purchase. unanimousupon
; men, the :
iviu the
States 'betweenjirinting { uuhlicto I say' tint sixty horses were stolen from Whigs are by no means

to party nrgui*. .;r tit:' l lowchtLiU I one pen iu the inIllthl1l'ilillitY: of the LordBeeborongIiissneered' .IH Lord erected on IIIlian Key' a Light I House, in with the unprofitable t nature of the that great Whig question! int:5much

bidder. The first t<+M Ic shlrh ;'?:I'l- lowu. A regiment of Texas Hangers, it don.Lieutenant of Ireland hy Lord (.lar cu- lieu of one dcstuoycd.'c are informed 1 contest, re-ted peaceable and contented tin- a* a portion of the Whig party voted fort

gate of the highest! apt the 1ve t that seems to ns, avoid) ;li.id ample scope fur by several shipmaster tint the l.i4ht Noose der the ndmiuistiatiou of '
who had
a man anti .
Dr. Ch:ihners, the eminent theologian, ; tarill'of candidate.
were offered for the iuu'ractchllUt; :my"United emj>loyme'ut in the vicinity of Vera Cm/;. r
specification of names ; ihough wf UI.Y' lied, sud.lenly ontoll.1:1Y I;.>t.'J alluded to, as having been re-built, is situ been a military chieftain," but who notwithstanding It has been well said that a NationalDank

mention that, of the higher, Jill the tJiah:. I (<*.<>null-:if1t..-\V c were >'esterday presented The of fist Allst.iss meeting for of (hellish confederation ated on Cape Florida.- ,_.- was as a civilian distinguished is an obsolete idea ; the Mexic ;

except the first an.l 1 lust, (thai; ie. (das: 1 J with one of the best samples of(corgis held, ) it national purposes, was THE IJIVEUT: by an abscnceof.tl! improper ambition, who war will compel the establishment oft t
ou Monday ; professes to combine
and Class I t C,) arc the bid of jJlair t& Flour we have: ( It from the Continued rains the river recogni/.cd no distinctions in ,
Rives 'I wag Iiishmeu of every grade; and section of Keep navigationopen. party calling high tariff-so that none of the old politic i

: nl'II,' ct r.,j.:, 1..r "TiJ:, I mills of Mes.n.Not Philips! fc Dearing, Newton opinion to watch over the rights.and" interests The steamer 1oslon Morton, came men to take office--and although not gifted questions will remain to divide! parties.'fhe -- .t

Class I S,775 2!) ::211 r..1 rounty. only is the cjuahty of this of the country, ;and to create, foster, down from Cedumbus without diffieull). with talents which daz/Jed and astonished: all-asorbing questions which teal' '
2 tU !M ; 02to Flour superior but tlic condition iu whichit and t
fWU sound Irish
; develop a public opinion, ------- -- the
by ( help of sound] anti
3 $;,;.fi 3? :1,11;: ns: was put up, iv very creditable for :a new ineffective of (.EN. PILLU\I'. sense forvent patriotism agitate parties in the next Congress, wlllbt

5 4, A $Uitm$;,70. 31si 77 :a-itLt$J.7,7; :t2 S1&A estab.'ish'ncijt.: Thcbanels were well made DKATII: or 1 paity..\ UI.: O'Coasit.r.-DIr.: This officer has published a refutation! of enabled the people! to live peaceablyand the management of the Mexican war, th.

-H H i 17 in fftrfi; :?2 with leu iletoak hoops, ;and poplar heading, O'Connell died at Genoa oti the 15th of the chares made against him by Col. Has- piospciotisly! and} to realize that state proper treaty to be made and the Wi'10"'

II G X3,1.1121 ; IJI, {) ;j! 'Did() alih'jiig'i not (]tiitu as ucat as time northern May. lie has directed his heart to be deposited kell and the officers of the Tennessee Ilegi- of political existence which some of ourWhig Proviso. Upon the first, we believe that it
--- --- made; h<:'nt'U, they are equally as ) iu Rome and} his be buried
Total $! ), //I t $;iX7.;, : good for shipment. The lot received was in I Ireland.! body to ment. We shall endeavor in our next to friends deem as fabulous and as impossible Whigs will assume the posirion daily beinj
72.J: 7
-, -1 a small! one, and ??] ollcied for it as soon Intelligence has been received) of the total give place lo the most important portionsof to exist as that of the "GuldenAgc" demonstrated as the only safe and) Judiciod

Difference Sl.7J.lol: as put on th: m irket, but the agcmits1es loss of the Mary Ellen, of New York it. [Having published the accusation, of the Poets.We one-that we should garrrison the seapot'1'

Here the difference between the sum of srs. BahrVllcox fc Co., refused to sellit oIl' the island Subi. East Indies. Three of we feel bound lo give the defence. arc reminded by the Sentinel's quotation and take military 1 possession: of that liDS j.

1 the highest and the sum of the lo"c'itlills, :.t t less than $8 per bbl., which they will the crew drowned.CONSiSTIxcy.One. from he j
( Uuiunthitt'ny to elect maintain.
is only $153,101 14 ; and the highest bidders no doubt' obtain.We POLITICS OFTIIK GRI\T ST.\TEs.-Sincc attempt territory which we mean to

only ask an average of 1MO!I per cellI. wish Messers, Phillips/ & Dearing day the Penllsll.'alIiau Old Zac to ihe Presidency, will be met by large number will be found in favor of E
the of the Mexico
over-or, in round numbers, lyric times ti.-; eveiy success in their new line, ami if they speaks ofthe Whigs as the federal descendants commencement war against the deadly hostility of the empiric whose striding the line of acquisition to the Ri

much as-the lowe bidders will pay a little moic attention lo neatnessof I of the lories of the revolution and ; by Mr. Polk, elections have been holdenfor counsels have swayed administration and Grande-to be considered as a part: of Ttl

Of those who offered for all the cascc package; their brand, l of Flour will always -the next speaks of the Hon. Charles Car- members of Congress in our four largest the Democratic for
; the CODttttion
party, past two that bone of
or the whole congressional printing. Blair bring the highest market price. As it is, lol, of N. Y., "federalist," as the descendant States, with the following result, comparedwith yearsof as-thereby avoiding '

&; Rives bid highest, and Wendell t\r Van they have set an example to Georgia mil- uf" Carroll Carrollton !" One day it denounces the previous election : misfortune mis-government. have which menaces the internal peace

JJenthuysen lowest. The following' i arc lei s, which if followed 1, will soon put Georgia the entire Whig party as having i .
the gross aggregates of, and the difference j Flour on nn equal footing with any made bympalhics with the loryism of the revolution Dent.Vhis.]S7Wlfujs. .| I)elll. of those Democratic papers who art maintenance of these I positions, we bat

between their bids in this country, and for the South American and in the same breath laudatcs Chas. New York ... .... 1:5: 21 ->:J 1J scatteredtibroad: 'through the land will bets'
iflair.l II ives i .. 227,7-V; 7.1 and West India market itwill be sought Jared Ingersoll who has assc'ucd. that he Pennsylvania.. ...1)2 17 7 supported reason to hope thai the Whigs

Wendell A: Van lirnthuy: 7e,(82 CS after, as it stands the climate of those countries would have been a tory haJ he lived in the Ohio. ... ... ... 8 11 11 10 by subsidies from the public purse the tamed by the Calhoun party and the moJ
... .. .
Virginia 1
Difference -k-11'),(171-. OSKivis much better than Nom thcru Flour. days of the levolulion. One moment it gloti- -11 -i Ii -9 creatures of the Prc,itlcl1t's will, the breath rate Democrats, north and south; and a

bO that Blair c.\ J did not actually I.-II/gl/sta Constitutionalist'AnacL (( ( ( tics that !putt democracy which sprang from 53 Gl 7' 37 of his nostril Now, in I tjic zenith ol lace so, ihey must iucviially be successfe"'J "*"








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j of | this factA ]late number of the Washington None but men who cut themselves loose from social : good reasons why it not be done. We five- --- ---
N7h ihus un.trd. upon matters policy commenting Gen. letter and may gust, will it is said, be millions of dollars
Union, upon Taylor's political sympathies will retain the would
the national of his in the encourage Mr. S. to persevere till he ; and if the present system is sot be continued
to position to
d] ply interesting winch speaks regard empty insignia party when all the objects for has
this
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brought impoitant desideratum to and this large sum to be raised
which by
which reiiaioto Presidency, says : party coalescence is desirable, are lost in
Welfare than all other questions '. The following letter bears marks of the more lofty aims and broader considerations of practical perfection. forcing government drafts on the market, PORT_ OF APALAririCOLA...June 29.ARI11VED. .

be cousi.Ier'J-no longer kept asun'trby : rnode t>* which the New Orleans Bulletin attributes political obligation. We do not apprehend, the effect ou exchange, and the general injury

ancieu political barri.'is-united by to Gen. Taylor. But we hazard the remark, therefore, the retention of party names and associations [From the Philadelphia North American. to business, may readily he imagined. -

in oppo- that it might have been equally, if not more at the South. We cannot imagine that REPUBLICAN SIMPLICITY. Our Banks already hold between four and June 22-Ship FloridJan. Whit enW, f m New
community of patriotic purpose modest, if, casting all ambition,* he had such sources of division of discord York, to No-irs-p. "iton: ? & Co.
away perhaps will Washington Union the orzau ofthe five millions of Northern Exchange, and 2-1-Bnsr
Kmehne.Manwanns fm West
diijtjitra-
Key ,f
! and stood aside for the and continue
corrupt
firmly passed to
10 we a present, weaken our domestic power after all
government, and the trumpet of modern there is still an immense quantity of produce Nonrse. felons & Co.

L flu sustained by n bigotted minor- over the honors of. an election to one of the the great causes of party attachment have ceased Democracy, in noticing the departure of to go forward, (of Cotton alone, the 2.V-Bark Missouri. Silvester, from Liverpool toI
d.ssoation. 'eminent and deserving' citizens whom he considers to operate in other divisions of the Union. a M Wright. .
'approaching to its natural better for and responsible "It Mr. Silas Uiirrows. Of New York, with des present StOCkS is about 17o,000 hales, uorlh} 26 Bark Jan E
soon 'qualified so high appears us then that our strength as well -- Williams, fm New Vcrk, to
How favorable would be the con- station.* Whilst the gallant and distinguished as safety must consist in thorough union and con patches to St. Petersburg, indulges in the seven millions (dollars..) all of which, when Noursf, Stone Ac Cp.Pchr .

how propitious the General, however, removes all the doubts centration,in the entire coalescence of all political following flourish of courtly prAitcne, which, shipped, must be drawn for. These mercantile Elizabeth, Russell, from New ( rean.s.

juncture of events to w e (as the bulletin supposes) as to his acceptance of classes who feel an abiding interest in the country we I think, has a republican democratic bills will furnish a supply, fully Steamer tearnr Magnolia! Butts, fm Columbus.
together Griffin fm
Chatuhocrhcr.
tine! for those who ur.hcd the nomination fr the Presidency,' we are wherein their private fate is mixed up with twang of a rather original character, and equal to what the market can legitimately steamer Boston Albany,,Mbrtoulm, Columbus.

honor and the wclhre cf the nation tree to stdte, with all respect, that this is notCoins the public destiny; the instrument for this union may serve" to point D moral if not adorn a absoib, and! to have the govenmrr.t drafts

be destruction, !o effect a >:olitical union, ; far enough. The people ought to know- must be the FORMATION OF AN INDEPENDENT tale : thrown upon it, in the extra amount of four CLEARED.
from and a free people* vill never be satisfied .without TARTY. The materials for such Jim 22 Bark '
a !
party are five : l'iTrimVillraant for N Veil
dangers !- "We be excused for that Mr. or millions, cannot result otherwise than ,
Amirc may ad-iing
tocuanl it assist all knowing-ho-.v far his principles suit them. Is within us in sufficient abundance. An outward I by Nourse, r tone & To. '

prevent it! Xanght but the I.t.l a democrat- is he a whig ? He goes for a pressure will'combine them. That pressure is Burrows visits Rn sia under very interesting cir- j injuriously.i j 24-Bark Mer-ey, CofEn: for Bosto.i. Ly J Day '
\Vhat i< to cuinstances. He i is one of the very few individuals This derangement of exchanges, and & Co.
'tfrict observance oi 'he constitution. What at hand. The season of preparation is between .
:\ ', !'-TV, the attachment to names.Vefeel in the United State who have had the lose to the of 2S-Bri Tybee, McCormick for Xew York
),, ,,. ? < does tlie General mean.by a strift observance ? Is the present period and the approaching ses ion opportunity consequent growers produce, .

\ that we have span out this article l-eol the school of Jefferson of Webster and of Congress. It will be but a badly learned lesson the,Czar and of improved it, of contributing to is one of the lejitirnale results of the Sub by Noure, tone Jc Co.
Russia
er-th incommensurate to the space affordfJ Caly ? Does .he go for a national bank-for if the example of union, for common aim, serve we had the pleasure, of About seventeen the years Treasury system but, at present, greatly 'UST OF
| ao VESSELS
offering public IX POKT.HUP .
tol: of the a national s) tern of internal improvements which: has been presented by Northern politicians aggravated by the want of foresight, or
tribute winch
columns, or the merits was due to Mr. B. for the relief \ -
by our a protective or a revenue tirifl-the law of IS 12T should fail to awaken a correspondent extended want of (financial knowledge, or of both, at *.
by of his vessels j
but not gicater lhanthc important of IS 10 ? We have no idea that the old soldier policy on our side. If unity characterizes their ofthe one at sea to a fnnc- Washington.It Pavcar-orf.lnadmn-I McCarver. 767 tun, fur Litrout,
fOWpiMUon tionary Russian -
government.: lfisgenen.isconduct M Wnsfit.! .
of t'ic subject of which wehave treatjomnijls affects any mv">tcryupc>n these questions.' HeAvill councils and disunion ours, it will be impossible in subsequently expending his hinds is the more inexcusable, because Mr. Floridian, Wtmi tic more, 4x) Ttrn.. for Livtrpoe!,

: and we conclude h\ a remark scarcely pusie the advice of his committee to recall the'errors of such a course. We will extend without compensation, in the ;-ervice tf Ru sh. Wnlkrr has the prompt and effectual remedy !loading-Noursr, tcr.e A: T,.
: ; -- of sccrecj' st Philadelphia- But let seine these views future occasion.
rI on a
reflected great credit, not mil hirnstlf but in his-hands \
ofour } upon by issuing Treasury notes BARQUES.
i ouisches. From the days friend call upon him fcr another letter, and let "'
time in dis- the old General coir.e out. This is what the THE W1LMOT PROVISO QUESTION IN upon his own country. to the parties here, in payment for their Pairo, Kinney, -IdO ten, ftr Hoatcn, iuaog-D

btiMio'up to the present country ha=; a right to ask; and nothing short of CONNECTION WITH TIlE PU ESIIEtY. Here we have Mr.P..,-n plain American claims. Int] if he is unwilling to allow R Wood \ Co.

(iPr! an 1 defeat, as well! as when at present this requisition ought to satisfy an enlightened The New York Evening Post, in commenting and we doubt not, a good democrat, who them I the brm-fit of the premium they nj John P.row-pr ins-JWood, button. 310& Co.ton, for Boftf, load-

tnc.uips to favor our cause-we have people, who value principles more than men." article of of the 15th extended relief to a Russian functionary at ;L present command, (though he forced hem ?'Iissonrr'tlv..tet, 3I!> to:>, lot Trisre, loading
ours
uctur adherent of that The vindictive spirit of the Editor towards upon an sea,-perhaps saved him from drowning or to take the notes when they u-ere at a discount -I M Wncht.
party
been (lie unfaltering Gen. Taylor, which pervades this extract, is ult. ia relation to the Presidency-and one short allowance,-lauded for his happiness ,) let him even sell them in the market, Jane Williams Wijlmni*. 3H torn, for N"vr

c have bccu able to follow the load badly concealed in a hollow show of compliment; in and York, loading-Xoursr, fctuneA: <"0.Emetine .
t hcu-in I of the Tallahassee Journal-would seem to having served-nay, rarer felicity still in put the premium into the Treasuryand
and whose doctrines | but our Apalachicola (friend will thus learn from rr.' ;s.
whose lives being one of the few individuals in then the claimants in funds. Let
of men take it for granted that it is Mr. Calhoun, very pay par
head that hnwevcr much he desire
fr.iisfaclion: that the mantle quarters may the United States who have had the opportunity us, at any rate, no longer see the disgraceful Manwartn?, 197 Ions for New yioadrngNonr.e ,
r.roved. to our Gen. Ta>lor"s name to come before the country and others of the Southern politicians, who Stone te Co.
\Yliip5 of '76 had fallen upon their disconnected: with either party, no such desire to serve" not the distressed individual practice continued of the Treasury

cf tip, aimed do what or purpose is enlcrtaincnd by the phalanx of the are bringing this question into the Presidential I but the Czar of Russia," his imperial sheltering itself behind its immunity from

.f,.)iilJeis. We have to administration. election. If we are not mistaken the master and owner. And Mr. 15. is further the operation of legal proceedings, and t1)8I1IIiCO1tl Exchange.

scrvRC 0:11: friUe powers and opportunity And now as lo tLc general proposition of amal- issue! has been made long since-made in felicitated for his gencrou conduct compelling its creditors to accept a depreciated '1 and THE the public subscriber in r.eral.inh-rrn that his he has friends bir.

and have ranjatin partiednir1F.n' cntf-ely,) advanced in his funds which their drafts the [ffTpl gt
IUVCTt with (
t i. tn rt'iider, we away subsequently expending currency on jlftB the
well
the Free States in r.ll!! the late elections come Pnyrutor ct this cbve
we think, in Advertiser's article oftn' out in the North in settlement of demands.
any; compensation, service of arc,) just known
/. ,! i\r rfjunlrdly rffusctthose tlli At the of made in St. Lawrence house, and will be |'ltasd to tt.Urtam
i we have this to ay : outset at public meetings Russia," which reflects credit
not
great of the travcUir.
,,,, ; -. -.- :' :' i. Florida! county, the residence of Silas Wright only upon himself, but upon[ his own coun 'l'ziESoulIrEr.N CA>UIDATK.-The South him with their custom, and will ao accommodate
favor ol su.-h union
those who seemed j-trongly in a in upon
c, ,/t-. \ '' '!' astute made in the columns of Democratic try." resident beanler The bar will al.vvavs L?
tile cttCiLut1! ft t all oilicers not (in a party st-nse) papers Carolinian, a leading Democrtic paper, thus
% %'. tt' 1tUUI 1 4lCfec- Now this does sound a little in a supplied with genuine li nors ct the chiWI'uiity. *-
., I ; : c political. And thi, because, while it would afford the rcnnsylcanian for instance, where, in strange talks .
manfully out : JOHN :
continue stcadfabt in of the officers republicand Journal, the official of a PATRILGF
th.it we >h.ill our a wMiT rar.je for selection orcnn
nr, absence of other ground of opposition to Apalarlacoia, :Nov. 11, l ;r.
"The South will he found her
M"'lcrn Democracy. nl l the (.such as Jui f" i'i.r instance,) as far as it went, republican government,-and Washing true to _
( pp'll"! to i it would conciliate and harmonize public senti- Gen. Taylor, his being a Southern man ton Union too, that dragon of democracy, interests and battling for right and the constitution SAXS SOUCI JIOTii:

,,,,"] v "P. :!.1tiSt it, -as loi.: .; as v.-e jut-sw vc 1 itier.t, secure for the new government a greater and a slaveholder is urged-(an argument which so lately lashed the aristocrats of the her sons will rally under the broad f jtHE: subscribers respectfully 1 inform their

I'c, n- <,'> our mental faculties. Between si ire of puSlic confidence, and, as we thought, promptly censured by that staunch Whig United Stales St'nalefor tyrannical usage ol Republican banner, regardless of the corrupt J. friends, and the public centrally, that tiny

in-l 1 ii" VCMUS a gulf we never desire to multiply in many ways, the chances for a prosperousat.J a poor editor, and spoke, or seemed to links of party ;associations, and be found have opened the above establishment: ar.d are
t the JYor/A American and last
fc satisfactory issue ofthe experiment paper )- not speak, contemptuously of the American ready and willing to do their duty to the now( ready to receive boarders,and h< pe through

for experiment it was, so far as Florida was con- least the Great Solitary and Alone," attention to receive a share of patronage.
whole proper
Vice-Presidency. Does the merit of having I r.ation.Vc care not who is to be
Cf-rne'l. fint as to a general amalgamation of The liar will be well furnishttl with choice
: .. Til.ee &tind.] politiral patties into one harmonious and consist- Thomas Hart Benton, distinctly avows his I lelieved a Russian at sea consist in the happiness the leader so he is true to the constitution.We Wines, Liquors and Sears ; and the Restaurant

T'i-i >] by oaranicii esteemed cwitoxAtiverti Mt wh.e, we regarded it then, cs we don opposition to any candidate from the Slave and glory of having served the Russian care not what creed he may have belonged will be well supplied with Carrie, Fish and (*ys-

* ., even if WC Jelt any rii *-- i\v, nttrlv impracticable. Cruld it exist long States. Czar I and does the expending of an to so that he now pledges himself to ler, of the best quality in season.

v >"'* w* *!**ut;) tu ie jur views tn )U.jh to make choice of a President, it must f American's money "without r.ny compensation support tint sacred instrument regardless JAMES GIBSON. QO.

'MO- i MM Wllicll ScCJli i' bC" fTIl'uM- i'ie..k n. inm-diately after, or sOsornas the new I The Evening Post may save its warnings in the service of Russia" (n very j of the dictation of Democratic or Whig June 22, IS 17. -

r. : '. the iat :: r4ite et 3tft dae : tlrniiusjialion b .g
,,... t. n. > thin tl:*' ti-.it ttif' ? J that 1 i' Would break into wider and bitterdvibr.s
t' more broken down and
plundering a man in their be acccmtdutu short
llie Wilmot Proviso-they have reason to the service" of a starving beggar) really party rooms can =U
!
i '. ..i Ij'cJ 1 f ti '' .Slate, re niJretU desirable that the of the will reflect great credit upon the country ?
:: '- ; ; \\ i' i > i ns.T.iaii'm! practicable, i is it really ? hope patriotism people
U. : t1 j :Mr. Polk, at tin- head ofan itiivrsil. ahl-pervad- To our uncourtly ears, this is the tone (;nvernmnient. IfZachary Taylor promises Warm Springs.rpHE .
enable them combine and that
to lay spirit he has been in
be honest in
I .. : we ui 4 be I iig i ninistnttion p.irtv, wonM !have gone tow and the adulation of we will not say what. to as politics present rroprietorct these Springs take*

4 .: 1tL12 (1 n 1Xd1Ud4I r tin the Oeo question. Tint he did not, is of discoid conjured up by Northern Democracy Human nature is the marvel, ns well as the tiglitinj, who could object to seeing him J. this occasion to inform the p'iblir, that tc,

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.1. < -.. 4 them to Ids cunei.t ivith- IJtiet-b'it it i is manliest tl.at eitlitrr, or from that or other they between the sublime and the ridiculous ; and to produce sickness there last summer, w
might
i L ii. :; 'Time i.. !.. slull becontiJered theit i i. both of them, would have been powerless forgoL'd any quarter one between the democracy of the jicobn: "\\ GK.\ TAYLOR RUN ?"-The Raleigh abated on the Gth; of April last; t here it re no dan-

I ). I 't h 4IItU11&tI A picv hat f r an rianiz.'d whig nppo; -itlon. Weri'Jiuib vell!! distrust the vtirnings of the Post. and servil" submission to thrones. The (X. C.) Kegixter is responsible for the ger is to be apprehended en that account. -

x\ t. iu.i\:: !- i.ijkltie induHttbMi a< pofrer : .->r ulhor cases, [but amplification is need- Tin'.eo Danaos et donaftrentes. same French Democnts who, linger! Ro JurmelO,1S17. 23 If.SFKIXG

': n.. .' 't .! : '!, '*. th pirlcrt lietdoni oly f fI 1.ss,) m v\Iii< !: {'IP country owes rnu''h to Ihos1ir fol'owing' :
THE NEXT PRESIDENT.A bespierre, innniered aristocrats in the name i'EY OODS.
I .;C :tbZtL1 ,1 i.x < aa!>;i'd du i--iois (it public sentiment. They run" said
Southern whig print, the Apalachicola Ad- "If(Jen. Taylor should a gentleman
ff died in the battle under
.: \ t (sentjmer.t j.ou.rn (fiicit farts disseihinate them among the poepleevh'ljil Liberty, Napoleon of the J. Stevenson & Co. .
vrrtiser, in discussing the of the next the other day, in speaking
; -. -.i-ij.j.-s: all that we ever rivhig : -. : L'' whig candidate for the presidency, quotes the next Presidency, Boston and Fashion will ..Yb13 Water and ,Yt>. 2 Chtstnut fit.A .
n t i;u..: 114e \ ptriy, anti vivdV \ \ iiteisire-.ii! !v.'i'f'! oil jmblic topics good Americans have called tun horoisin :
language held by Mr. W. R. King, (.f Alabama, be eclipsed-no sort of a RE iu t their supply ifTl.
completely nag receiving spri"::
4 : xnted (ditbuIDill *- I a'h..; t-; j.e.-ple, winch fitiiorwise! would exist to us it has always appeared the fervor of
,. c.1 ai'UCijt Ot tiltciili t.j much U-ss If it be ail in a democratic Convention of that State held can heal him" "What General Taylor STAPLE and I'AXCY DRY GOODS,
| .1 I ,1 1 rJl | a extent. > they are5ifl(1L.jC5 insanity and the devotion of n slave.
pome weeks since, declaring the slavery question who BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BONNETS, &c.,.&c,
\* ivi-Js J and nis i run ? interposed n sturdy countryman
i ii ,) m range aa irrupt; rcnrupt'iif-we say .
Ki iniririrtnuf tn bni.riri.! nf t\a h
: In > Tinr<* I > emit
: :. li I : thsnar l burn-in. Ths to did understand the connection in which which they offer frr sale r>n reasonable terms.
; j 'very rciat-dy is purify, MONEY MATTER! ? AT THE SOUTH. not
than before the nation and advisng that both
.1.A .frtis-r 'f the J'lli et.. .nd nt to Abuses in government any uced "1 tell Apalachicola, March 27, F'47.
j ; destroy. are the expression had been you
parties at the South should unite to protect their The New Orleans Bulletin of the oth instant
.
t m.ide t the *-MttT, f rr.y-k be detected and
s )y WL''id uu-t i.kely to exposed inst'i'iitions. Gen. Tayler can't run-he don't knoiclioic ;
4beefure & 'v'.erean -xists than where own has the following article : Pay ToniCity Taxes :
I : rgap.ized opposition her
back
A democratic the Tallahassee Southern :all Mexico and England to ,
,- : -. i: di tiadt locijllt-'tit u of t j it d jr- r'*t. Atid in cir.clu-'u'n, we might say paper MONEV Exc1I.NcE.-The cxchanes MR. E. McCULLY is rny authorized egcnt
AND informed
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Journal, t.iendly we believe to Mr. Calhoun, could'nt rn:ike him run. Upon being mv absence from the city. -
.e err, ff fliitor will tuaks tL4 lu' iar. that orgaiizt'i i parties have existed
., ,.. j I the fsf.tth-hmenl .f that shows a disposition: to meet the southern whi s continue depressed antl l money srarce. lhat they were speaKing of the next June 12. JAS. F. FARRIOR.
1' t1* < our covernrneit,
; halfway in the proposed union, but is a Millie principally; if not exclusively, owing to the Presidential race, and of Gen. T. being a
:.:aa in the: hope t'3af the in- jjie to bi' ijnnd everywhere, under all govI -
: i sit Whig CCH v<.atao.i may I crnffio3tt.:. except mi-Icr I Ihe mop! n id and deba disturbed at the idea of General Taylor being supported action of the Goverment. Tlie complaints; candidate! the staunch old Tayfor man replied -\TOTICEI-A. HANCOCK, E q. it my an-

-- iry i J bn 4iR4 a f :n ld4tep I ingdci"ljujscot.is clearly to f-jun them in as a whig. are justly loud and general, as to the nuxle -" Well, when that is the case he _L 'i thorised agent" during my absence from, the
.. We t-l.all not hem in he least surprised! to see the has for State. R./ r:. RAIMOND
; !, 1-h I ': ti.t vt-y wf.rkrn:i r.. the hunan rr.ir.d: itlfart Department adopted, making; won't jiifl, then he'll jbj like lightning, and

S t I : .4-i; : in trnJ'-rijjs-titutious 1 li c or MOMinately so.I .- Iho Jricn'ls of Mr. Calhoun com it.:;, very generally their numerous aa.i heavy payments at this al! the Magnetic Telegraphs in iht; rd! Apalachi ola, May 22, IS 17.
into the support of Genral Taylor, and insisting -
,. .- ':; --: f WZ enti- I Men will diffl-r, and for the in-.parat'f and de- his nomination for presdency. Nay place, iu which, not w 1 hi.t.indiug "us manifest i can'l keep up to him. Run indeed tell FoiSale. .

:' I ; .&ts lttt It i# *< :: -.:f a--i i 'iiljtiii: ();)1rOS upon public qiestiOK upon injustice to individuals, and the general "Old .Roughi"don't know
more, we confidently expect that they w.li take you again, anymiming ENGINE AND BOILER, of S to-lOhorse
.- ,. t. I : -. t!! iir:1j ab'jesir they must associate.Tiie this course. The friends of Mr. Calhoun have injury and derangement it occasions to the about the word, and I don't like to here AN have been but little u ed and can be

: : "i t i t: tl.is I <= : ar, s tiue of oat xicvvs hastily thrown jlef'ged! themselves to oppose the election ot businessof city, they will still persevere. it used in connection with his name. Just <=et up in a few dayj, is turnrahed with pump,
,
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tii. of th1i.j the of the Ad-
jii.l.: :-in f\is t>ctlaer on general pioposition any candidate who is not in favor of keeping Parties having claims for supplies or when lie's a candidate body icillvote heater, pipes, &c.
i uf tn- -riiser the leading id&f mistake nut,) inLi say every
1.1 t/tiiuKuly I v< we
i
he territories of I the United States to otherwise still to take drafts WJF. S. DAMEREL.
open are compelled him. Gen. and he
fur Taylor run
t he introduction of in other words to June 12 11-V. No 2 Columbus BluckDriigs
.. a-. 1 c : ritn: ir.w;uty i* alt !- with .>ur nmtemporary ifi his evident repugnance slavery- on the North, and those receiving army bills movVdoff high dudgeon at the very idea. -

,. S .e w..i-rf' iheinitj.lor with apolitical oppose the election of any northern candidateand from Mexico, can oalv get them settled in A Uler.cciucs.

.t! Iw.< :jrry, as in the (aq ol party, ar.-J should} the contingency arise, which the only possible chance ot making the the same manner, all, or most of which succriber! has just received per recent
effectual is to unite northern
opposition a THE
nf a-d the AdvtrtiiT alludes to wilhtn the of upon the market it addition MM E RCIA L and,
: r (ttofl a"tin upnrj as : range drafts coming on : from New York, a full complete
candidate who like General
Tavlov,
a
',.- '. _rtttra1t and in'i4i! 1 Iu the |)"*, >iii't-, m his ii'.tnbor of the 22d, to wit: certain degree of iiorthern popularity.possesses We ex- to the usual supply of bills from regular stock, consisting in part, Sulpb. < f Quinine -

; i.-? COT*";> a iu was C1 *.J to Gen. Tdjior'stlecLirmg himself not tobea whig, business operations, depresses exchange an.1 sine Hd. de Potajsn, Caustic Petasje.Solicine,
pect, therefore, to see him eagerly taken bya FcEm(. L'S.WC have no change to notice
up a
,. f t4Uii the .Nalsiffiai it will then! be forus to determine, when it shall and .( Laner Caustic
< ,
I ; ty < ; holders with them Murrate Siilph. < .rphire,
large class of politicians! in the southern states. obliges the to pa i it t at
L ,' '.! >rv dt-.Tt't5! nud the incJfit" | have bf-cn a'ertaiied who ii !he whig candidate, our last. Clilcri'fe, of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
In the meantime a distinguished olhe from 2 2 and iu instances at
pollution to some even
,
: hid ) 'tutii.ue i j-u! w,' s'i.iU hrive weiuhe.l ail I the subject mntt The encasements for the last week hare been Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Senna
west has taken in this discussion ot" the
,. anI honi: !li1p -rs.'nv; >lvi\lin the election, what course to adopt part 3 per cent. loss. a ship for Boston, and a bark and brig for New Ep-wm Salts, L'aclm Leaves, Caster Oil,
: whom the is to be bestowccl.
cl'.uax cf Should the contest be narrowed down to a rnereis questipn upon Presidency In looking over the American newspapers Powders. Soda Pc.wders flower
11 rp tUe auddcity, ;. The St. Louis publish a letter York-all at cent. Sci..li'Z Sulphcr,
.
1, ,' bi (/.r/ftf: lt ? If.fl* 41/ irt'Jtim, toi sectional uc, (which may heaven forbid,) the from Mr. Benton called forth papers by the proceedings published in Mexico, we sec the disbursing QL'OT.VTTOXS: -. and role, Copperas Saltpeter,. Alum, Aloes,

.k I LCreh O V.11CC ol !lie South will, of course, be unarimoi.Hut of convention of Howard Missouri officers ofthe army advertising their To Liverpool ..... .... .... ... ..3-4d. Calcind and Curb ot Mscrsf-ia, Cum Camphor,

i < >, .:. i ji;& tin, MJK,U which, the at Jirpsi-ut, we see no re.m for any change a nominated county, in bills on New Orleans for sale, and when par To Havre .. ... .... .... .. .... .... ... Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of assorted
which Mr. Benton tha Presi-
: t : -' i! ..I iere Cveti'u c
lency. .. ... .. ..... .... .... .... .. .... Ic-
i ji.. <_;( plu'i r. Ui ii) ; j a war with We are cntu'ly sati-f.eil witli its course on the their specie fun Us for Boston all articles in the Drug line. F r sate! by
The indiscreet movement of Mr. Calhoun and government, pay
.
aid siruilar niaini which divide its H. F. AL'ELL.
.uniUes parties June 12
i ; -! en great politicjl topic* them --
his friends at the south, is likely to have other these drafts, they fin I, on presenting iTATEJILNT. Lat
j : I, iJi*, HJVC bra 2Utv Poli'l l'i a..fluier ',wearect>t.sciei.tiiiisatisfied i ,has been COTTON
results than those which aflect the successon to the officer at this place, i that the Coiirrc
to
proper vear.
iieriv hc t-xprcised and in
[ i- i oJium, thil we ) u .iionniy for gooi, no respect
he Presidency. It is almost certain to cause a has entirely neglected to provide! Stock on hind .Sept. llilG.10S: 4 TN pints and q'lartsj'ist receded for sale b
'
; .- A i.n 1 na oeasm Ifthem, and thu-; what viT, f.in we sec that it has degenerated or government
.. .i !"<>ar4iMr4? fti cv,*. Ausotr&i>] K'mis -orrut. If the democratic party has reaction which will express itself in the legislation any funds lo meet time payment, and! they Purnt since 1st c'ejH. -9S3 100 _1 Jai 12 _H- F. A BELL..fL .
( of the northern states !
.'o .. ; !> Presidency isC'WCTnedGen. 1 beronjc , the whis are not lespousiblc for it- interest of the slaveholder.on questions In Illinois affecjinghe a have no claim for damages: nor interest, Received past week ..:.9! WiHIUW.lttSS. '

r- !- !>-:">r.' the wh-U- and the co'iutrv ii.it I S lt rarli boar its own burden. convention will assemble for the revision of which they would have acainst an individual, previously ... % LARGE lot, assorted sizes,just received

: -. u p.},itiiin, that, {if there be n<) We ii .d on review that this article has been he state constitution soon and we have before us the They are then compelled to 50 without their .. .. .. .-1(TOW llY34)7Erpcrred and for sole bv

;.is tt hi; jioltticji view*, aoi I protracted to an uiirovonable length, and we will Peoria Press, ademocratic printed in one money, or take in settlement other drafts past \ve"k .2,232 June i<2 IIT.. A BELL.
paper ....
: ;. :.! t tii TCI* nose,) a whiz conv ni ... therefore cl'-se, Joavinz We half unsaid friend which of the we of the tnot flourishing towns of Illinois, in which ou a distant point, on which they must suffer t.revioUsIV.Total::::::. .- 93217 9S2 Pami.:ca.HOLTK .
i .\ ii'ithing; mur to do Ih:in to ritifi designed to express. hope our
is an article earnestly urging the convention to a heavy loss The natural consequence and SWAIM'S Pana-ca just received
": ''. .. iv ?.ie |M r>ple-a p-tpcrfltiou:!. Advertiser will not rni-.construe us as writing put an end to all laws of the state, enacted with o1ts i violation ofthe public f.mithhas been Onl.andandon shipboard notcheared..1332! I1-1S2 sale bv
4 Prei in lictatoriai obtrusive We are, on
Vice spirit.
to As t to the a ( or
us.
a view of giving assistance to the slave owner in to -' the credit of these drafts in Mexico June 12 IIF.. ABELL.Hoarlioitml .
f v ,- .! f-r tranted that the whiz> an the contrary, an advocate for the largest liberty.

.it'. .' t -- j ____ :I u : I i. A ? Ii our friend bhall b?
lot i Hi a oi nalwnal character and j in his sheet, we shall be glad to reciprocate IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN STEAM great .j ty of obtaining specie there, free Commencing 1st September, 1S4G-and same EASE'S Clarified Ence ft Ifoarhound

ri.i't. 1 the. importance of the office, in a the favor to his article of the 10th, or any other of expense, thus obliging them to send coin time in 1S43. P Candy, just received and for sale by
uINEs.--Mr. C. C. C. Smith
}
an ingenious -
t i VIPW,j* hardiy sufficient lo warrt. he shall send. from the United States at an enormous cost, June 2 II. F. ABEL -

I. t In :aiities: expense and labor of a I mechanic of Boston, is engaged in perfecting particularly when it is recollectqd what are \-muTnEaExvor.TED. Iweek. oUsly. roTu.Is.asnn -
INDEPENDENT PARTY.
t :. utii.n. A selection by thoivhiiijrcss I It an arrangement of the parts of the the expenses for transportation there, to say Liverpool .... .... ....i. .... .2520) .2o 20 .33741 KailcyN Tonic ITIixlurc.pHIS fluid extract. cfJL
uts. Oe % would be.eatirfh satisfactory The Charleston Evening News-a neutral ....... .. ..2592..2392.4SWXdatz. is a valuable compound
nothing of the necessity of escorts, to pro lta.vre. .... .... .... ;
?rU. I _noteil for common steam engine, in such a manner as and the loss ofthe services of these ... .... ...... ..... ... ... Cinchona and Kubra, a vegrUble febrifuge
,r a. i 'i-.i fneriu will then-fore ufderIVur's paper having sedulously to nearly supersede tbe use oT the pumps, tect it, 'Frtte..I .. .k1..I3G': .... for the cure cf Fever and Ag'se. Sold by

1- \ i3r4tit a 1.tI 1. preserved its neutrality-in an article on troops. Genoa .. .. .... .. .. .... .93S..95 .. .... June Li II. F. ABELL.
entirely the incrustation of the boiler and as is the lax .... -
prevent But unjust
oppressive Othierports..I
: political( principles, (in which j jtil "The \Vimo! Proviso," makes the following Lamp Oil. .

w oonfid.-nce that w< are not mistaken,) rcmaiks which we extract because and save much or the ordinary requisite thus inflicted on individuals, it is notatythe Total to For. Ports... 1.30738_ _.J _..3U549.lSl LEACHED and Sperm Oil just received and

%e die t "UKly in favor of fit-si. Taylor as the I It'i2 attention of the engineer. The principle, to what it saddles upon the planters and New York. ..... ....... > .Ittk.5<:! ) .1S747| .31391!> B for sale bv

I'iuiile t tor the Proideacy. We wouidtru I Iriot. they are germ-Tin to our own views expressed farmers of the country, who have sent their j HostoriProvidence. ..... .... .1390 .I4 17, .15117t.I2'4) JuneJ2 IT. F. ABELL.

it gratuitously( place him in an ibor in our columns of to-day. We commend says the Scientific American, may be thus produce for sale at this place. The present .. .... .. |. .6976. .fiyTl).. .bXi5!

'! invidious light lo such as are disU''t explaned : exchanges in this city is en actual Philadelphia .... ....... ....I .6t .6Ii7 .932 Hull's anti Sand's
pae mi him entirely on otlur than whii? the remarks to the attention of men state Baltimore. .... . ... .. (; .2194 QARSAPARILLA,just receivetl, for sale?by
The boiler is at first supplied with the required and indisputable tar, nfone dollar upon every .2374
N *vv Orleans.... .. -
'. soldier who cleser- both from O June 12 H. F. ABELLSarsaparilia
.i.ir patriotic of a source -
as a Corning
I v we,lot parties. quantity of water, and when tire bale ocotlcrn-offi.flecn cents on erery barrel Otirerports.... ... .... .' .237 ...2SJ72t)40
l Ii. of hizh talents
-a man;
j
d sterling 1'ttrrty country, or as simply a Southern not to be suspected of any other motive steam is raised, and the engine started, the of flour, and two cents upon ever/] bushel of Total Coastwise.. .-... .3232 .5-17' .62 119 ..59276PASSENGERS. Syrup.1ST .

cIaI41dte. 115 i is due to such, and it I than the promotion of the welfare of the.South exhaust steam is immediately condensed in corn,sold in Neic Orleans during the present TOTAL-DALES. .... .... .... .;.93217 .tJ23 received, and for sale by

Would be rruiiitestly improper, as well as impolitic it should receive the highest degree a cold! receiver, arid the water produced by stale of tilings. J June 12 II. F. ABELL.

unrie"i-ssv.rily toolfetii them the condensation, is, thepperaticn of the To a business man, all this is self-evident, Rmii.

i "Uton the other han; l, Irorn what we know oi"H of credit and attention. machinery, forced back into the boiler, with and requirs no explanation, for it is very supply Bay oi A. French's superior

""H* entire caudor, indcpendcf e, siuii- ol | Well what can the South do in such a con- who and Per steamer Albany-Mrs Casmayor and son. AFRESH
out allowing a particle of the steam to escape clear that parties, buy ship produce S Sutton just received and for sale by
do but to this Cot R J Floyd, Rev i) J Bowen. Capt ,
? What it
artthe
all the
Jrt.anJ perfect freeiioai from j-mcture can oppose thus uniform quantity of from hence when counting the cost of such II June H. F. AEELL.
that I the which i ia found inu.iidti securing an C II Austin, Green Arnold, B S Hawley, Douglas 13
Pojiucaluc-jicun, it can hardly supposed new movement strength water in the boiler. And whenever it is requisite produce, landed in a foreign port, much in- L) Fry, II Roberts, J T Sexton. .
J Wn. Tavinr i is bek re the people as a can- ; and the resistance which belongs to conscious Florida Molasses.IN
didate. to blow off steam, the escaping steam elude the loss of exchange on their bills,
Ins assailed for sale
wiil fj to give euh indications n1 right by unprovoked aggression. FROM THE INTERIOR. tierces and barrels oy
iticaiie\vsand! predictions as shall place Assuredly if the North exhibits a principle ofc is also condensed and immediately returned just as much as the cost freight ; and a RECEIPTS B. ELLISON & CO.

hi1 in for- the boiler. We that the celebrated who will give ten cents Per steamer Boston-141 bales cotton to Maclayfc Water street.
'hsat'jn
position beyond any of the doubts which the paramount to party obligations to are aware purchaser, per Kimbrough 136 to Lockhart & Young 113 t> Feb 20 -

wnupisratlori; party Jp-.v aflect concerning it- I rner force, the South may and should coalesce byas Perkins attempted the use of this pound for cotton, when he sells his bill at C Ropers A; Co; ; 30 to Nourse, Stone fc Co;; 11 to -

Ake.jy' ''n uutiriPation vf !hi* becoming a candithte large divisions of its population-by States, i if principle in part, with his extra-high pressure two and a half per cent, loss, would give ten A X McKay; 3 lo Win Foster.EXPORTS.. J'otStile,

al a llin<* when such an avowal would necessary, in their sovereign capacity and con engines, but did not succeed ; nor did and a quitter cents, if he could obtain par 10 HMDS, choice N O Sugar ;

J* niamrestiv premature a-jd gratuitou?, they ate federated strength. To retain the broad distinctions he attempt the condensation nf the steam for his drafts.Inclining 50 bbls Flour, by
letnatdii of when abolished at NEW YORK--Per bark Pikjnm-lOSO bales Feb 2 NUURSE, STONE & CO.4SAL1)
forcf' u from him, and u mz all devices to party among UK they are from the safety valve. And it is certain that what the two armies in Mexico .
hitn iato |>olitical poiitiuii over ln< iisnT. the North, i is to sun ender ourselves to names when cot IOU.I'er OIL. I<5t received and for sale by
flanuai the of this plan has never been successfully applied will requite, the public expenditure at New brig Tybae-762 bales cotton i
no longer representatives things
nofaithe think they arc F. ABF.Ur
.
go ; we lItP q'Ktta- 17 H
l_ April
-" head quitters will sJ'Jkc lo'n ctatIuh toclmg to fwim when substance has departed.m .- to low pressure engines, though we see no Orlrani.' between this anti ihc first of Artp TONPer barK Mersey-13Wbales cotton.








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State Tax: Collector's- S.ile. AMi\TMUNTT.: "$ TO TIlE CONSTITUTION -1tn [ :otte Iit f iJ U jnC ti ID{tCctOC! Uun n'rnJ; 73t'ttttorii. Drills, IU.Fm11 dicill5 JHlU\ .\. 0--:

virtue of the !power vested i in: \nn by 1.I I Or: 'I'UE STATE OF FLORIDA, -- -.-- -- -. -- -- -- --- -- --- -- ItI Jlh .

I vl BY expose for sale li-More the Court House 1'JIIP.JSKH AND AOREEH TO BY TUB SECOND IN TIIK WESTCUrV CIRCUIT B. f. Noursefl.J.1 Stone, II. W.Urooks.Xoiirsv (Charles Rogers John IlJnn. Eugene W. Rogers. D'cS.nUIt"'I'rlilnerJ'I .
of Calhoun, on (the first t Monday Clias. Jtoel's & Co. un&krugnmt.d returmisLP:
door in the county Gi\Kii\r: ASSKMHLY; sW3JF.CrTO TIlE OF n.OKII, Stone \; Co., to his friends and

in July next, the lullj>ving propelty situatedin Acnov OK THE NEXT GK.VCRAI.: IX Franklin Circuit Court. COMMISSION I MERChANTS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, it liberal the liIS .

the city of St. Joseph, or so much thereof as ASSEMBLY. IN CHANCERY. No. 10 Water street, Water street that he patronage u now arid btgscl
will the State and County: Tav 0:1: the SJJIiCfortheyearI3I3 dec recemnz S
pay Arabella E. lepl.Jur. widow of"J Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fla. 12 Apalachicola_ Fa al supply, wncb! added

''M Lots unimproved: valued 01' at $")J, purporting .11t State'ld so to to extend amend to the all! Contlilnlion free white mate of this inhabitants Burton Hepburn cc. LockhartCOMMISSION i4* Youn-, C.: A. GREEX. C. II. CON.VERY.Orccn stock renders his assortment unu to"u ,
at J
and
English
to belong to It C Allen's estate.I Firing citizens ofihe United States .olpllimmt. I an.l! FORWARDING V Conncry, complete. French Ge

: Lit unimproved valued at $::u, purportingto I MERCHANTS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS American Drugs ; Cosmetics; Petfu
resllcX within this State
who hall hate one L. George 0.1Ieburn .
) .t-
Joseph Hepburn and Druggists Gtys ware, kc.
belong Robert Armstrong. No. 53 Water street, No. 30;, Water street. &.

'l Lot unimproved: valued at 53, purportin yenr lCi'ION QIC clccticc 1. Be it franchise.enacted, the Senate and and Caroline, Annie B.K.Hepburn Hepburn, nov2l Apalachicola Fla AI'\. \ciicni.F.\. to Physician liberal, Country Merchants *$'?,''
the most terms
to belong to F G Arott. S HJVSC Representatives o) the State of Florlla heirs at law of Burton I Hep JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DA.J. \. Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of Xcw Yuri. and una u (crate.-. all of which heOl.*\
valued :) to pure
3 Lots improve 1 at $> purporting in General ,Iscnbsconr'eired, That the deceased Daniel K. CII.A. GIIEKX: Ascnt.

".1 belong to R Beveridge's estate. first clause of the sixth article of the Constitutionbe bur Dodge; the heirs; of John Day V Co., Dec 5 No. 3'3' Water street. H- F. .\RELt

'4 Lots unimproved, valued at $5'1, purporting so amended: as follows, viz: Every free white Peabody, dec'd, whose trustee I COMMISSION 11CHANTS: Wholesale:and RetailApalacluicohi D.Li ;
No. 32 Water .
belong A B Blackwell's estate. street, .lolui S. Iliitcliiiisou }
to male of the age ot twenty-one years and i is Daniel for Dower. Water..
1 L't improve!, valued! at :2.') J, purporting t to person MVIXmgild; ; } nil Dt'cj Apal.ichicoln, Fa. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION Nov. 21, isjr *
and who shall be at the time of offering "
upwards, John \V. Campbell ; tu.l.oll (XAlso:: Agents f for the /Etna Insurance Co."
belong to Gairge Clark. : to vote a citizen of the United States, andwho A. Thornton ; [ tin' Protection Insnranr.Co.." and time "Hart- MERCHANT, f I>mus and I Io
2 Lots improved, valued at Sl'M' purporting shall htrcsillt'J and had his habitation, Thornton ; limes hIoU ; Sea onl Insurance Co.! Ilarlforil: Conn. No. 50 Water street. THE to Win Cromwell.: -. -- -- -- Solicits Af> .\CJf Fa- subscriber "a
belong \i
patronage. COJ. \,
.t home antI of abode in
nicil. a.d
John H.
: place permanent born Jones, Howard : '
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Lots unimproved. valued at $;'), puipoiling .V Holmes constantly lra"11,, i ,
1\ Bfarpor :
; .u
fir the electionat ,
Florida, ono year next preceding and Edward Cary trustees of ,
Jas. F. Farrior
a t'ntf
:
to belong to J N COj;>el.1l1ll. offer COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ht.r! DRUJSan" ;
and who
which he shall to vote shall at James P. Calhoun & k '
GEXCRAL IlKCEIVIN'ir. ll I? I-o
Chare, FOIIWARDIXi( ; .V which
3 Lots unimproved: valued at ;), purporting: such time and for six months immediately preceding L. composing also t.t\\lIh,
CO'BlISTO'lEltCII.XT.
to R K Call. B.5S. llte .1 grnts for IlifSUN and ot t the best "uallt
to belong ,
I said time, have had his habitation domicil, firm of Calhoun No. 50 Water ttreet.DfC .* ) C.
"31; Lots unirnjroI.'alt1j at $lt)>, parp nling home and place of permanent abode, in the coun- William I lowland & ; MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 5 AMldclliroI.l] FI.I.I' uiriuaiii.uuu ruufrrs: vr..: f-. (
; their
Win P Cral Wiliar' the fir1w to advantage; to call, ;,
to Citi/ --
to belong of York exuniiheandr
;
deemed
ty in which he imy offer to vote, shall be Sloan Duncan .,
3 Lots unimproved ed at $3), purportingto a IU1illeJ'otcr; at all elections under this Constitution gait! Mordicai DOU-I No. 01 Water street, "V. Cnllcii, Goods, before inrrlia!i in-rel-ew: hi re

belong to W Col'piit. ; l.\'cr: Doc 11 Apalachicola Fa. ;N. B. Physician's pr,,rr.jj;, i 11 i
.ind none others except in elections by signee of George Ross, ._ AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION : rut{ r-
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"2 Lots unimprovcl, valued ut S"' >I. purporting 1 ------ care accuracy at any hew it t "I
n.llh'IJr'
general I ticket in the State or District prescribed bankrupt ; Daniel McDougald Wtn. (i. Porter fc Co. MERCHANT. :
1
to belong to Col'juit! & Grant. I in which the elector must have Solicits a share of Public J r. *tft.
bylaw, cas s, Joseph Lawrence DEALERS IN CrOODS AX! COMMISSION Patronage. '
;
March
& A 1 Cor. Y-ntre
"2 Lots U'litnprovval.nd: at fl, purportingto been: a resident of the State one year next preceding O'B. Branch ; William J 1.l3rockenocouh 1. ME It CHANTS. Oct 21 APALACHICOLA. ) .i.d: L' >cac.:->t. I
be I. Ii f.I\III. --- --- -
ill the and six months within the -- -- -
election
and the Bankof No. 11 Water Street. COOke & Home
3 Lots uninvmtv 1, vil-uvl at > > )I. purportingto I ,
bcbng: to. t tV D-itmis.! election! district in which he offers to vote : Pro- Pensacola Dec f Apalaohicola Fa. CODItSSInx1EtCJI.[ .\ XTS, JIcv7: ItC
vided( That no soldier, seamin "or marine in there Drfcndanls. No. 13, St. ('iiarle f
LoUuiim.r.nvd. value I .It $"i >, purpjrtiiU j ? E>. 1. \0011 cV Co. Street _
nl:1r: Army or'Y of tu! United States, unless T appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of New-Orleans "

to b lrig I tn JoYi! I E D.IVI-J. ', he were a qualified elector of tins State previous I this Court by the affidavit (,f the Ccr.plain- COMMISSION I AND ["On.WAItDINGlImCII.XTS .AI'H.EW S. CO KE. A.iic Ilcsf. zm%:

2 14t: uninpro'cl."ll'Je atj ) rpor1ingS to his enlistment as such soldier seaman or ant's Solicitor; that the Defend mis hereinafter \ I fob S. .

to belong to Jn'ri' 1 U rrir:. in trine in the Regular Army or Navy; of the named do not reside within [the Circuit No. 7, Columbus Ito'l"ov. ,\', _

20 Lots uaim.) ,>vel I, valu.-il at :"J l I. pjrpoilingto United States, or of the revenue service shall he ot t the State of but within Wcster the Unite 2S IS t I'i.! A|>.tl.idiicol; I. Fl.t. U('I1 V Laivson, .. 41'I
G Gamble. Fori'b. I M P O II T E It
belong to J 'ii: --- S, jlInCIIXTXD
considered a resident of the State in consequence States of i is lint the Defendants
S Lots uuiin;>r 11 1, viluel J .it 10 I, purportfng ; ALVA WYLIK, \7j\r. A. McKi.v/ii CO.DUiJP'A( JST-,
stationed within the .
of being same.Passed L. I Hepbirn resides in the State of .
Joseph t Texas .Tan 23
to belong t3 F G Gibs.la'. ?"t.iti. ; 'Vr3l tCOMMSSIut JI. lea ie B\ }:Rrr"-. :, GEORGIA; .
Senate, December 1, lh'';. the said George O. in the State of Missouri ( -- -- ,
2 Lot uimj1ro\, valued ji >.i >, purporting Hepburn }" r;:: t fJ;.:'" .r .
; : I MERChANTS 1I.1 ward Fn-n
15. II. MAYS, President Senate. ; the said Annie! E.i: I Hepburn, and Caroline J IAUCTIONEKR( VnJlo, iarv..us' l'
and! .
to belong! 1 tE: G trccI.\.Iu.l.: No. 1-i Water street, lie- .. I'.. l : a
.I "
II. Senate. (
AncHEn "
1 Lot improved, valued at $')'), purporting to Secretary 13. Hepburn' and the siid William lowl..an'l. liarrahu-a, (;,,ur, Khtumati-r.., "'i' b
k : Sept. l,15f'j. A tchicola, Fa. : t.r.trer,
Passed I House, December 10, (lS Ii.; each in the State of Xew York: *
; heil'I l lency, & For sale uh '
Jam l'I i-Iin.! .c. U-il: ,
to (
belong (s ---- ---- --- Oliice No. \Vat.rsrrer( ]
0 Lots uni-nnri t, value! 1 at ?!"'I. purpoiting KORCKr: BROWN, Speaker! Ho. Reps. John Peabody! deceased, and DutiulIcloaaltI S. ii; j ScWIIOLESALi I'. .Tan lf darlncol.1! i Dec l F-2 .'. C. A.r.c: ft.t: ,
M. D. 1'1'Clet'k.. Ai Ft. i .
their tru tee|; the said limes 1 Holt and : : '.
to bel'mg t to R bert Gim'ilc. SC.J"r [ ) : AVI D RETAIL GROCER, --- i : -- c. It'I
TTa
2 Lois improved l, valu* at '1)) t I. purpjrting' to Jones, John H.I Howard I and Edward Cary, trustees .- Particular .itt m >-uMori: (iiirl to pntting ir/ family !> u fo rt ItV 'j'ul'ant's (;on\jouI..l
.I/i .-. to amend the ConptituHon uf this StateS AUCTION AXD COMMISSION( : l Eltrtrt
belong) te) l.nr-liladin'" estate.Z > of Calhoun! Jo Biss'; Mordicai; Myers, assignee bte.ini!!o-it anI I ship *tnrea. MEUCHANT! Ciiehi, tnc(
'' (: nv to wine the sessions (/ the iclltral.lIs- of George W. Ross, a bankrupt:! aid: Daniel No. \Vaterstreef' ( AND GENERAL[ AGEXT; .(o1miit.

Lots unimproved; S .I'alned K I Hud at > ), purpoting acmhli/bi'-nnialinstead of aivmiJ.O fcDo ;ad.! .each reside! in the State of Georgia Nov. 1 J A'';) chicola, Fla. ILTAf."I.A! .\L.f .\. -fr- ri.t.: :: :!. 1 '. ..." .I ,. 1
tobi'lo-igto ;
;
is. EOT ION 1. lie it evicted 4y the Senate awl,r ; the sail John! W. C Hudson! A.Thornton : ( :?- Cotton bought on order.Refer :.; j' i'rrtJ Ii

1 Lot u'ini'rI'l'JtI'Jc I at $1((, purporting O HntvcofJlrjiresentatictsoflhe State of Flo. Nat Ii auic l M. '1nl1l'1 and DuncanMcDaugald ii. 1'. AI C 11, : to ,Lc,r i: .,. .II a t s,,, .d! ":'oo-l. .( ., S
I. '" \ -
\Yilliam 1l,1iJ.1I
tobelong rid'i, in (Seneral .-/' vjWwi! vw > '
7 Lots l1:1im.1rJ.t'alu: J at r>'jJ, purportingto accond: clarseof the fourth article of the Constitu! t the said Joseph! Branch and! \1a:1': ;;. DIALER I IN DfUJSHDICI! : : E", PAINTS, .1. (.,. Dt-.vr.AP, \ -H'W I'I i cans. I "c.l"H'" :4..- i.. II'' :" :., !I::2 ) I
belon
Hill. 1
K fjNir
to A lion of this State he so amen led as to read as follows Branch William; II. Brockonhrough, each reside OILS, ( :L.\S, fic.fcc. MevwrWvr.: & MCKENZIE, 1in' .J".. 'Jo' ,Ii.t II :I..: ;.. ''' ,

1 Lot U"limN.tlltJ; at $ ) ), p'Jrpjrling[ to viz'd.. Tha member of I the House of I in ant Middle Circuit of Florida1.; i.* therefore Also-.\ -neral:: ;assorttr..vit of Statiticry.or. J. .*->,. I I UTffItXtX, } .Aalachich.[ 1 j J Jj JjWjLSyiXEY I I ,"""\t. I i II..rl' .I \\ .r'l tJe: "'

belong to B S llr.vlcy. 1 Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified I oidcred, that the said Defendants hereinbefore (' of Clicitnut and;, Water Afreet-., -. -_ -------4. I \l'1 ,' r I.j"I.. I''S :,. Co- .,r" O! '.'. I
t Lot unimlrO'efl'alu J at 1 ), purpjiting to voters and shall! for the term of two -- \ I- t."t, ,; ., .
serve vc..roJ.fnn named and of thorn, dj and April I 11 I Apalachicril.i Fa. ; If [. : 't. '
every H.,3
appear
belong to II B I Inman. 3Jl'oft Hiional Xoticrj. r / -
\
and alter tha under --- ---- ,
of firt election
: diy the Ii"V 11'i :f tr.rttmrt : -
answer the said bill!1 ot JthcrWIse the ct111",11 : ,
2 Lots ulimproreJ.tIncd at ', purportingto rI complaint ft. !). inlon ,t
amended C'mtittltiol. ,
I the and and I :
: un lunger; same shill be taken 'o them -- -- -- .r. / e : !:"I..I.d: r.:. r
belong toG C S Johnson. the sessions of the General shall be ji cOI.i'SM aguiiit: Xo. 2 Columbus' Buildings! \i:4'- 7 tbrated] .Or I 0''ttatac'ID.rn.r. .
Assembly and each of them in d this order : ) HHEEX} ). H. : ,.,:.\
7 Lots improved; \ at <:JJJ: purporting to biennial and commence': I.n the fourth Monday i in bo published in r.ll in this; Dec. 2IM">. .Apah'-hirola; _rt.i:1njaulin | ; : : .

belo'i to John Jenkins' estate. November! in each and every second: year or a t Circuit week any newspaper printed (Zj:: May be found -at his residence, corner ot ilar: veil.':dii.wiiild! prodwre an 'r.: '.

3 Lots unitnprove 1 valued at -si J )I. purporting such other times a, may be prescribed by Ir.v. date hereof.once Dated a for four months from the Salter, Centre awl High streets, opposite the Ian"Hm speeiK .1 n" f i--', !fable! dt11! ,

to belong to Sea'iorn J tJrle.. Sec. 2. lie it fuilhtr enacted That the third 1 \prill.l". 1. COMMISIN I I ( EltCIIT, JIoUi Nov >. lent l .i'.e"' "tt. -l:: !.' 4 nf-' : ,I -jj.
; ; kdisf
1 Lot unimproved valued at :5) purporting, to ( EilWL( IIAWKIXS, No. J.J: Water-treet !
-rp'tfair- ;
clause of the fOllrth article of the Constitution: be a-e :> tn'irt :ly pre'.iu't! \ :' -
belong to Jones k BJ-'S. Judge fo< the WCter Circuit of Florida. Dec. I l" l" Apahtcluicola11a.14s. ; 1)1'r.. Chapman, ; Ie".
.
amended so that the same shall read: as follows : caf.'i:; Ft : sak'V: !
1 Lot improved!, valus-d at ?i.1), purporting: to, 3,) That the 1 shall RANDALL &II VCJN-KR: -- --- -- (XJ-: Office over the Drugstore of t B. S. )Dec
J Representatives; be chosen on Complainant's 2'-1m') rl' ;II. U.FACTOR !) it". Hawley, I I.! J. C. .\\f 'rv r.
belong to Kinney'se-tate. the first Monday in the month tJ'OtoIJcr. in etch S)1iitori I: AND COMMISSION (entrance on Chestnut stn-tt.) Residence at the I --- ---- --

1 Lot improved, valuedit >'ll u, purporting to aid every second! year, from aId 1 after the first t III District Court of the Unitet MIRCHANT I: I: 1 ] house lately occupied by Dr. Balt/.ell. .1'' wairis:
belong to J P Lockey. election under this amended Constitution January 1-M.!I 2 tfV.
States
for
or on the Northern l'- -
No. } Columbus! HIck.DJ
1 Lot improved valued; at .$>'J.) purpoiting =__-_ I
such other be directed by
dty as law. .
may trict of rl H'i"a. it
belong! to Doctor Lang. : 1'Hi.lala.1ticolt.. Fa. "' H. u. fa'i
Sec. ::1. Jie'itfnrt/ur (eiiartnl That the fifth I I IN ADMIRALTY. -- --- --- --- .

I Lot improved valued at $:), purporting to I clause of t the aforesaid article be s II amended as t to Daniel N. fcLcl, and ) .\r Br.n-r I D >l\;r.. CU.RI.fl'R.1'l'. j ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR LAW,

belong Abraham .)'. read as follows, viz: Tha Seniors' shall be choSen others, : of the OttillSK; A: Pratt Offers his services to the public in either cf the ,

5 Lots unimprovel; value at *5 I, )pwrnrtiugtobjlongto ; by t the! qualified! electors, for the term of f<"ir : owner HrpprX(; & C.JMMISSION : above ;
steam b'J.ltII;'l.ta. l : MERCHANTS, capacities. t i-' '* t -* _iTV%** ,

1 Lot improved P, Lathrop.value at %') I, purporting; to) years, at the same time! in; the! Mine manner ard I v=. Libel for Col oa.: No. .JiJ' Water Street, lIe will practice regularly in Franklin, (',,1. tI I fan V ->fe4* 2ff

belong! to McEhran.. in the sime place where I they vote for mern'>ura The Steam: BoU Eufaula N 1\'. 2':1. ; tiachi icola. Fa.i houn and Jackson Circt'il Ct"lrt3-mJ will, UI I! l -. .. |3 -'._.,- V finJ
of the I llciuse of ---- ---- --
- -
I -
15 Lots 1t'limpr"t.l t. 'llue-:1t 'j .P, purporting shall be Representatives ; an no person her t tickle, apparel and j !sn*:i y 1 or, a special retainer, act as ('c'ineh, in any Couit t ,ci.A 'q_
a Senator unless he be white .
.1 man, a
to belnna; to Win M-ilone.. furniture. COIlS S 1 ON 1\\1) FOltWAnOIXC ot the Middle or Western Circuit. t He[ will also I

1 Lot ullimroYdb; .. ll at ?> ), purp rtin; to citizen inhabitant of the of United this State State*.11', and} shill! have been: N O riCI'": i is hl-re')y given to al whom it may;, MI j: IK C; II .\x 1' argue eases in the Court 'if Appeals; at T.iltahn! ,- I (,Jl.: (
an two next -
belong: to Tiiotnas .More. years pre C lt'cr that by virtue an attachment t No.21 Water-s-trect, see, the sessions of which he will always be _-

1 Lot inpru.td'all j .it 'jj, purporting to ceilinglus of the district(.l.'cti'jIIJ or county: the for last which yisar: ho a hill re-i:[ler.t ha 1 warrant: of h arret. i isVied, in the above! cau-e, I Jhl'I' sept /ly : ) ileblieitt.( present at, u.ulesprrvenfed f 1i:y accident.Apalachicola {' A \ A S> AT. :,. V i: It IIITIC5l \

: belong to D.JtidIUa'l.. chosen, and shall! have attained the age of twentylive scid E'lfauh; ad: i her taken tackle t the above mention.i : furniture' I SteamBoat : F&'a3Ici'; Uopulan:---- -, SejiternbcT ., 1siO.A. I.. : ,. ;., '.' !Lhlion ; 1: '. .' '\ .

1 Lor u1imprm'cd.'alueJ 4t *r"u, purporting tj: apparel a'i ul tLc ii'i'.i.r: > l....'_ U 1.i .t,.:
years.Sec. to a.usAvr to the libel filed therein, for damages \vif>Li> \1.:: \vn IIKTVII. UKM.KI i.vDllY C Z. S.urue.TTOHXf .. '
I belong to J Xilmc:1 cr. 1. licit JnrftfrmnrM, That the sixth for collision in G-jJI- r.O'Jl'S, SIf'E: HATS AND Ct."llllt.j'' f a IL.PS tHU' ; .f ." e:>
1 Lot improved, valued' at :!'.> i, purporting to clause! of the aforesaid) article 'ie so aneri'l"d: as to Tint a the said a cause civil.nl I ; (runtime.- CLOTHING, Ace. .\ ; \- AT LAW.CC" kn\.tt.! '!. L'.l! bv all who ha.t .'.1 ;

belong to Wm Patrick. process 11 returnable J'fore thaDiatnct ()Jficeo.. -2 (' ,jif. Stiinnu/i' Jiui'ilinz SGPrI UR to ether ...... .. .
read a. f.lIo''s17.. The classification: of Senitors Court of the United States for the North octl I rhe-ln'it-S'ir.-et! A Ainlaehirc.la.! .. allY m. re.
2 Lots unimproved, valued at $;J, purportingto as inv: !.! at the fir-t sf> ern : at the Clerk's
belong ti,) George Poe, ;jr. ,Vssemlily; held in the > ear I 1-I5 I shall! continue siid in I. olIL-c: of n'iv.l -\i'allIhi! ''I.tl,, Fla. onlv de.troys WORMS AX-! ; : ', t 0R.
(lie ,
2 Lots unimproved valued ut $;J, purporting: unclungud: bilfof whom l1e1rI Court city ApiLichicula, ou the IVO'II iV Co. -------- -- --- -- ---- -- THe Ull OLE SYsTl'EM: I :, .: .: ". a
to belong to Judge Pope. ; one as :os possible L- third :MmdayI7th( I day) of May, in-Unt, at 1 inA. AUCTION :EERS.N: > 'IJ.DIISSIOXI' u. KATTORNEY. Owcn., carries .. t
tJtrthelul't'rafJnii..1
shall be chosen fjrevc-r hcnnlti-r bienrti.ll ? :! -.r 1 11'AUfl
1 Lot valued at $;. purpoiting to y M., at winch! tim; au'' ] place the said I c.tusI MIuCHAN: I AT PREVALENT{ >
improved for the tena: of fjiir jeirs: Provihd, hoic.-ver, I It to be heard. LAW IK THE 'H 1 m M .1
belong Vrm! D Price. awl i i' is NJ. .J Colu'ji'jus Building, CLAVI'OV, Barbo'ir Alabama. BOWELS OF ChIILlk'e: r ;, .
bcie'jy declared, I that t the (term of office County,
Ihte I !
Apilachicoh, this t.'th d 1'/ of Miv: ();t. :;I I. AmlachieoltT. !
.
Lots J valued) to .
2 those in
at fl l'n. bad '
improve p'irpoitiahelon health. Ti.e '
of thtt, class: Senators( : unexpired: } at the first in the 1 Ib 17. lWIH ER !' MYERS! April 2V, iMtJ. 2-tf i. : ,
year .
to I sue Robinson. election under the amctilel Con-.tit'iticn, shallcienra .. 'r._ 1.1 !1. Vtlii A Co., fci nf'-t in which \"rr.l .r< .: :. :. :: '.
2 Lots improved), valued at $')), purporting to u. .. .1 II,11.11. and bj rtinovini it it i i.,. i ..
10, anu expire 0:1, me :irsi .\iuiu.iy in l.y I H. 1.'i.i:; LitDM. Ut O M M IS, S j i' M i E II ChANTS Joint r.ATTORNEY Ubo, iu':; I-II
- Debug to iA KO S. October eighteen hundred :1111 I fifty.Se 'o.1..' waLer1rcer o remain in the body. It is (Ii.r;: ; ,::3 ,itI
22 isi I 17.; I'.Mf AT
May 1
: LAW .
3 Lots u1impro'c'j.1bcd at e-j, purpoiting i <*. j. Jte it fuithcr iimcted That the fir-t -- --- -- Oct.Jf.I I. Aiulnehirola.! Fa..r. ALBANY on the s;-I CL', ala! the JjL::' i : ; : ,

to belong to A Ryan. clectiori for :\"il' ,nbl vmc:, under this i amended. rrl.lIliUU ( il'(:nil Co art, -. -. C. Allen- practice in the, GA. I .dwats h 'roved !>y its use, tvu: '.\i.dl tc J I
3 Lots unimproved, "vil'i- J at $:J, purporting WILL several Court? cf ihe discovered. ,
Constitution, hall take pJ.irc on the first Mondayin ; )1'\1':': (OF" FLORIDA. V.riioi! |i- ;tud 1 Itftai! D-'iilor ;In .\\"e"tem Circuit, and Thomas and; are ..
to belong to Win Rv..lrtt. Charles The ClOtttimermititl' i i- .
Oct jb 3 Lots unimproved, value at .? )'', purporting! and: the first session of the General : sein'lv, 11111 1 Aduns GercV.. ] (;.LASS, Ian ITS!I1 1 !;S, tec., Ace.l 5, 1' 15. !,,uh.is;; I'UCl C1l.'r t';'=i-:- ': .IL.
to belong to Reegin, C"I pit xGra'it. Birnard awl! 31-tf other.
der this amended Con-fitutio'.i: :I. shall commence on Charles ao1 ,
1 Lot unimproved, valued at fj'J, purporting to the fourth Monday' in November, in the year Lirkjmulrchants, | Altachineiit.tradingundertbc 'ru1'r1I "or/nu'ut f! -- UMDER- ---- --- ---"- .-- _- rn.'t'.1IHI( .!.1Ity JOHN U \ i'f: t C]

belong to RJbNIfl & Everett. eigliteen )hundred and forty-eight. firm ;SU:1I.\\ora tu B 1 1r; JJ.! BOOKS( ]1L:| .VXIvS, STATK ).N Elj'Y: Arc :.c. \T IXSPECTOt-The 1 ) undrig-nt-tl Maiden Lame, Ncv\ Y rk-

2 Lots unimproved valued! at .<:1), purpoiting Passed Sntecember: \ :-2, IS 10. of Barnard, Adams 1.Ximn IgQS <>'JL) cor. of Clies.iut ic Conrn-rce: et. .J having been appointed} Inspector uf f Luniher I I H. F. .v ::. : .I f'

1 0 to belong to Phi:nets Ra-i l.ill. I D. II. MAYS, President of Senate. & Co." I Dee t _All lc'hicoll' l-'la.H. for the Cuunfx: of Franklin, otters! his services to Janu I : .' .'

1 Lot improved, valued .it s j'j, purporting to 11. ARCHER vs.John the public i in that capacit\aiid wiH I attend to all -- -
of Senate.
Secretary s.
belong to George St Cljir. J Haiviey, duties appertaining tosaid} appoirifmenr. Tuc H'cat ( alJHjan'IJ1t .
Pa"seJl J I louse: of U"H.;; ., Dec. :'.I. l' I'S.ItoBElti' Dill FACTOR ANU CU DIlSoXIEHCILXT '
1 Lot improved, valued atjQ, purporting to CORNELIUS GItADY. v/i.\rirs: : : m1
ICTOKALUF
Defendint
) ; I5KOWN Speaker Ho. Reps. THE : and all 1 others interested( will I No. -2-3 \1atcrshrcet,
belong to R M Stewart's estate. .. 0.1'\1.\0. Clerk I Hju3u Reps. 1 notice of I the institution of the above! D.,c o March!. ISJ. h1tiRLIhiUND KLl; .L.' '.'' i

Loti unimproved, valued at 'I'J'J' purporting to Mirch 13, h17. 'j-Gin suit by attachment returnable lo the December Apalachicola_ ---- Unrivalled f.r rile cur? of Cci1Spittjpg .-, .1.. iC

belong to I Hamilton Smith. -- ---- --- Term Is 17, of Franklin Circuit Court ani I will Avi ry e Y Jones, : iJ11in { tlatOJ: mOt1tC1J. : 1-1" iiood: Whor.i; ::.:: :. I.; ,

1 Lot unimproved valued at ,fVJ, purpoiting Slil Tsiv Collector's Sale.BY appear and plead thereto, according to law.CAUIIAWAY (GROCERS A: COMMISSION( MERCHANTS -. -- .- ty of P.reuthii. Pleun-v I i' .;' iIi f: r!
and all! Ii _.
ti : iseas"# t'I I iii: !L'ot i '
oelong to George Stewart. virtue of the p'lwI;r vested in me by law, I SMITH, No. n Watersiret.Dec ]Bronchitis dist .
months afrer date, I will apply! a 'a?e that :- -1- 'J;
:
1 Lot unimproved, valued jIJ.< AII.a.ll'hit'oh! Fa. NOTICE-Six
y purpoiting to .i 11 expl'at public, sale: for cash before Phi-itill's Attorney.Apalaihicol sands .
------ -- --- ---- [ Ju'Ue of Pir.!!at<*' for Franklin! : to a premature grave H'd.r tf.
belong to J Sweet the Court I Htjuse door' in the town of .\Iariallna.Ofl ::1, April 1 1'!, I 1"t t 17. ajnill I t7 1 11-1 IJI j. II. c.J.. >rCTORS !IuuH, County for a final discharue from the Administration Cotsurnttiuncia be cured t L; < .-." ... t '
-
1 Lot unirn.rov.aI1: I at $-1)), purpoiting[ tilt first Moidiy: in July, the following pro- ---- '.\ : & COMMISSION( MERCHAXIV: : of the estate of Donald I cine.
In Chancery Circuit Campbell, late of
to belong fo Walter Tli-jur.iion.: pert, or ,
pay said county', dec.as'd.S Fur several years past this i.:.<. :X i t.. b:
8 Lots' improved valued at -i i2 u, piirpoiting to due I thereon Or the l" l 1'" viz .Jad' all Cuunt)'. leN At' F\ .
year >, : u \cmurcor. \, JET WILLIAMS Atlm'x.Apalachicola in u3e in Canada, where it has i- .Uf-,!
belong to J E Wood's: c1.tt. 2J l'j .' 1'1' -.I'l rate Land and beniin Alexander ILSiiniiuns, -- ,
"
acr
2 Lilts improved, \.l1'lJ at *} )}, purporting to Jackson: : 'OlllltV-XU not known, lying-to (be s.Il 1 1:1 I Hill to enforce: vendor IJINJ.\H\: II.I.I ''I"r II.f.I.UI, A. \\'UUD. June 'i, IS 17. -Jl-Gm ly; known, and i$ cumuli-red :t l'1' r.-. ,
in for a.'I: .!
bflong 10 HejJ R W',d. a, the property of; the! estate of A. fl. lilackwell.ilG Williamfd.lnid: and: j" lieu "''u [aad. H. Allison( \ Co., NOT I C .-Six mouths aft. publication 01 u-e pttltnonary d >i-
: J 1 which ". .11'tis.c '
4 Lots COMMIsS 1 I 10 X MlRCIIAxTS I notice success has ltd.d'l! ittry -'
irnpro'el.'a1'11 at fi2''j, purporting to : ai-resof 1st rate Lind belonging to R. C.Ad Benjamin 1 F. Newsorn. J application be made! to the .
'
AS:> III: .I.EIS i\ I Hon. Jiide of Probates ad the many tiuly wi"M!. r1!'!: \ 'U"I
belong to Carnot Woo-lrufl. appearing to I the satisfaction I of the Court that for Jackson COIlIltI'llI' u
l tins, King on the Clnttahoochee river-Xo. IT DRY GOODS; (tSIIOCEUIIilS: I have been .,. lt'bit .. 1L2 :
,',
HARDWARE: l ; haf.:>T ,
1 Lot ullilJll'r'J'cl..tllle,1! at $1), purpuitingto not known-to l b sold for the Taxes due for the Benj:imin 1\cw.'lIn a defend: ml in this !bill.I final settlement of t the ad:nil istrat ion of the estate & > < >
&.TINVAItK I: :, !P.OUTS S1IOE<. HATS, I tors to introduce it info the I .,it- : 'ltI
belong to ChaileWilson.. jearlIO.SO I is a resilient' of the (United States, but anon-resi- CAPS CiK of Samuel N. Spears: deceased! life ot said
'iCKKllY SHIPCIIAVDLERY
,, 2 Lois ullimjlf'lvd.sI'le.J ..it"I'J' purpoiting ) acres of-Jnd: rate Land, belonging to the es- dent of t the State of Flfl1 id.l It is ordered, and ,.Vc. county. ELIZA: SPEARS, lident of i its bcin the must .,.k .tt..t! : '. '.J'

to belong to J We-teott.. fate .Juhn! McKay. the said defendant is hereby required to appear 21 Water street. February 1 11.! t9J 5Umdmiuistr.ltri:. I medy ever divovcred, and .ubi r'h ti t r l.-$

SLots unimprove ]1. valued at "ij, purporting :'i2' acres of 2nd rate : belonging to Peter and answer, otherwise the cum."lain.ant'! : bill shall ._:Jan! 2J _. _AI\I.wlaicoh.! : of the Inn!s, when any of fl.t- ::11 .' '
to belong! to P Woodruff.. W. (;Jaulier Jr.13.j be taken pro conf :-Ho. -- -- ----- \TOTICE.-Six months! after date, I \\ ill apply perform their natural cr li fy -W;.' n, ec
II. J. ifanliii L to the Hon.! Probate Court most crateful! and sootIi iit:, n. .i"-" j" :
of
1 Lot uairnpruv'I.'alll'I I ;.t 53 I. purpoiting lo I acres of 1st rate Land to William ROUTE; : S. IIMVKINS, 1.'r.1nklinCounty :
belonging FACTOR ANti I COMMISSIONMERCHANT I( for final functions of the whole! JH..ll.ib:: :::!
belong to William Wyat. King Xos.not known. Ju )Ige of the Western Circuit of Flori h.I a discharge from the administration sy.rn.
3 Lots unimproved l< l.tt $'t t, purporting 0"- of L-tnd certify I that I the above is a true copy from the frJ":; Oiliee: No. 0 Coluiub'is ijiuldings, of the estate of John C. Perkins, late tfssid citement when!: excessive, ail! .M j..; ltr ". T
acr.'s to O'Neal-
belonging: Henry Jan 14 [Fa.
to belong to H W Willi mHo X O.i. not known. original order filed in itt)' office. Given under _._:!: i.tl.icincola., county, deceased. soreness and pain, andspttil'lv :a:-; ..lrtU'Ped ;

Lots improucd' valued: at:1.,' ) )I, purpoiting to SAMUP.L STKVnXS, my hanl,! and seal of ollhe, this :i7th diy of J.In- UObI.t., AIIL iit,

belong to John! D Gi ay.1SXAC Slieriff! and: ex-ofirio! Tax j Collector. nary A. D. Is 17. IE \LKIK IX II.IWW.IUXD!: SHIP Apalachicola; Nov. 21 I. 1M6.; .Il-1 m Prepared and sold, "h.-! V old' ret-.

JACJv-IOX, Sheriff! Joii.v T. MVHICX, I 1. S. NATHAN S. WATSON, Clerk. (CIIA.XDLERY I 1 I I IUOX, Sl'F.KL: NAILS! ---- JOHN WINEU &, CP., vs:: V-! '. .1 I ur: ,

and ex-oIIL-io: Ta\: Collector. l\JU lH1J1.rch :rjut t, IS 17. aprill'J' 13-ts _Febniiry'27\ 1 ,.17. 7-lm SPIKKS: AXD! CASriXtiS, 1'i aukIiu Circuit CJourt. York, sole proprietor r tor the I III'r: ,=

DeremSer 21, h J'5-'; J ll-0n) : And Manufacturers 0'i'm Iron, and Copper Roberts, Allen ii Co. ) II. F. .\.i i I U, ;
Jan ) uachKj:
t f
i-'raitkliti Circuit ( 1 i r
----- -- 4tt1eof 3'lorifli. oll't. Wares.! vs. I[ A t tach ment ?? 159 21. -- --- -- .

Tux Collector's Salt COUNTY OK KRANKLIN. I). K. Dodge, j)> \-'c t 1-2 ;\alarh1icItFa.! Ebenezrr Ho\t t. and j D.autlesU./ :Ulh.nn of JLiterivorl.A .

B virtue of the piwer ve-ted in me by law I \' of the ;power vested in me l IJY law; I vs. > I.v CHAXCL-RY. \Vin. C. Lawrence. I} ,
REMEDY :
shall on I the fust Monday i ia: July lIe\t, expose 1 BY ill expose! for silo !before the Court I House James Watson, ct It!. 3 \VM.V'. Snl PtJjV. CSisns :.:\ n. 'P'Hfl: defendants and all others interested l. am rein discovered most perfn-t is 'Id.t- '

for sale "..flre fhcC'iuitlloUjedoor I in the county d-Hjr, in tl!iO city of Apala( <*hicola' Franklin county D. K. DjJge: ) ; tV Clicevcr, JL notified the institution of the above suit i in settled L'onsunptBAComplaint :;' ,.

of Callinuii.the t'ollnvvirig' desfribed property on Mond.ty, the I twenty-fifth day of October vs. >' Bill for Paitition. COM \11 I S S I O N11 E I: R C I H A N TS, said Court and; (they are required to plead to the t!L the Chrono-Thermal, or any of their nupicnt! t b v son t W J ,

<>r f.) much thereof as will pay; I the State and ; next, at t the usual hours of sale, so much of (the D. McDougald' }, ft. al.GIWHa ) P Ofil.-e Xo. 21\Vater street. siine as required by law. Doctor sjsttiu,ClfJC: ?

County Taxes due thcre-n tor the year l I' 1 1'-; lands lying opposite I the city Apalachicola; and ;i: W. ROSS having filed a petition 011 dec I 1-2 Apalaehicola, Fla. A. G. SEMMES, PlfPsAtry.Apalachicola Genuine TAYLOR'S B\l.\\1 I.I"EnwtpxT.ach.celebrated ; ;

70')') acres third rate land, purporting to belong known as Cat Point with the lands adjoining, as .I April 1" 10, praying to have a certain W. T.W, )I n. E.: B. BVLLOU. ApnILt, 1M7. apnl'Jl lo-oin OK -.
pares at :IJ73 BOWERY.; This pal\t; )
to John D. nu-uWs! amount of in |>
Gray- not known. \\'illlJe sufficient to make the sum of Three Hundred money now Court belonging to Wooti ,:Kallou "
1'\ \C JACKSON, ShcrilJan' and, Seventy Dollars and for the defendants appropriated to the payment ot his Suatua.rntcl'. now espoused by several eminent Vh .
costs COM :\I'IIIIEltGIIA[ ( : T: and Crtt
) ex-o.licio Tax Collector C. C. amount of the State Taxes duo from the Apalachicola fees as I he Counsellor and Solicitor of said defendants O.lice No. -12 Water street.-U|> stairs. QU.\lnS: and Pints, fresh, tor sale has been for a lorui time. ft.unparalleleil !.

January 2. Isl7.t-'m> ___ __ : Land; Company on t the additional quantity ; and the matter having been referred Jan Ki; Apalachicola, Fa. ,_ _17________ J 11.. l I.':ABELL.ISIaiilt Taylor's medicine success in which has attefldC"it3cures w,...'
of assessable lands in this me as SpeciilIa.ter III Chancery to act and report l'trt'orn.in,
lying and I Hooks and "
fltLiu2;: nntl UOI>e. county, StalioIlCI" C31
which
Thomas Jttnn ,
liable f to Tax for the one thousand hundred upon the Sl\IW.: after having; triven 3)) diysnotice Journals in many, veiv. mn'y I
Kentucky Ha'in year eight Day Books &c. '
JLUlPCS ;; and f by publication in the paiicis. I It is I therefore COMMISSION( MERCII-VNT: I AXD !0INl'IU'lOR LEDlHms. been almot incredible, but (H.! "CDC U:itiI ,
and
coils Rope; JJ'tyfive.JOIIX oidered that siid George W. Ross, the defendants : AND BROKER. Foolscap Letter Paper; the Doctor can hrTiDt forward. are irrcs:stJ
LUCAS
4 bale H.tggin; Twine, for bala'by: Sheriff N, \Yater st.-t lliee Cotton Memorandum BooksShip ; we advise all who have c'1Ugb!
second
w.\i. G poinii&: co. and ex-otficioTax Collector for Franklin Co. Watson, McDougald, it. a!., and all others > -JS hack room. and River Bills Lading may .or. ,
4 interested to before mo in the of DM '2d! .Apalachicola[ l Fa. ; colds even, to use t this pcrfct-l speCt1'
appear
Jpc :i II 1 I WH I er Mrect. ",tohiooh! .\mll.: 1 1 J"i17.'jrn i city ._-_.. ----- Boooks for Letter Press. delay. Franklin! small leak \f ; 1,
Apalachicola on the suvenlh ((7th) uf April I next, Blank Bills of says
lUuJduInr: ,. 1'clcr's YcgettIle! Aiitibillious then and there to present or defend their respective s. :Iff. Nit I'-el'sou. Just icccivcd and Exchange and Checks, big .hip." Tlarcfore, cure your COU S .
for sale bv
SUPERIOR article of Marking Ink,' jll't received jtjll-. claims, &c. DEALER IN CLOTHIXG BOOTS, SHOES March I "ll. your lungs are past cure. For sale by
A
and I (or s'lle by FRESH supply, just received and for sale by CARRAWAY SMITH, HATS, CAPS, &c. ---- _ : F. ABELL. J. C.".ALLEN, Sole A.t

Feb27 .. C. ALLEX. A .\priI17 H. I". AUELL. Special: Master in Chancery. N;). 1 Columbus: Block I'os' Sale, _F .\palaCp Tjf

cfrie. Apalachicola 1 March 0;, IS 17. S-.:t Doc 12 Apalachicola Fa. IBL FLOUR; 5'J' bbls. CAUTION-Tho genuine Doctor '

D .\,; RIO for sale inform Scales.C (JCJ The hearing of the above matter is postponed ----- 100 5i> bbls. Molasses; 2U hhds Whiskey Susar. ; IlALSA3t OK LlVEUWORT, hH: by ;
100 MavIS I J. DAY & CO. ) 1'2'II") )Ibs. Platform Scales ; until Friday I the ttitli in-f. EtIt'aviI: Hie Cully, Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale splendid steel plate engraving, to prefeap.

., 2:i J 1WJ' Ibs. Jo.i Apalachicola, April In, HI7Ult$ COMMISSION MEI.'CIIAXT; AND HEALER: low, for cash, by terfeits. signed by Gurd m- J. Lectkile 3DM

CREAM TAR FAR an I Tamaiinds, jut re- i 2! Iljl I ;')11) Ueams: complete for cotton weighing. (jt- The hearing of the above nutter is postponed IN DRY UOUIJANI; : GROCERIES, Marchji7 NOURSE. STONE & CO. \ i! and dangerous) unit tat ions, and: tlf V

and for sale bv For sale II
rril17 H. ABELL.. Jan. : flOIMR I::;, ALLEN ic CO., ApaUclucoh, April 21, 1317. 15-' 11l Dec ;') Apalachicola, Fa. HATS andfCaps by B.I the ELLISON case lo\vTor Jc cash CO.by 'rol March>ct .il tl"I./! ,the ISl'i.U. 1J S. Copv y Bight La\\io


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