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A CARD.,
IOUR takes this method of inform-
[e. citizens of Apalachicola and iis
he has removed down on the corner
id Centre streets, and feeling thank-
tronage heretofore extended to him,
renewal of the same, by offering to
eat and select Stock of GOODS, con-,
rt as follows': .. .
nd Cassimeres, various styles.
rints, do.. do.
Lustre; do. Figured.
Xrode Ryne. ,
[ontella. ,
atin Striped. :
ashmere Robes
Zarino do.
)elaine do.
, India Book. 5
Swiss, Luce and Colored.
, Lisle, Cap and Thread.
Damask Silk.
Marino.
Plaid Wool.
ce and Silk Gloves.
3ipsey Bonnets, latest fashion.
in all varieties.
shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4.
d do. 7-8, 3-4, 4-4, 10-4, 11-4.
s, 6-4 and.8-4 .
and Cotton Carpeting.
Bags.
A Caps, all styles.
d Shoes.
o- of all kinds.
at little assortment of Jewelry and
rtieles too numerous to mention.
xamine for yourselves.
N. SEYMOUR.
Ila, Nov. 14, 1846.
Tobacco.
' boxes Manufactured W L Roane"
,d.
s Manufactured ':W Price" Brand.
4C do. "
,, IBarlow" "
xes J W Morgan .
lumps.
anufactured "1J W Morgan" Brand
rm.
,, ,, Napo-
Brand Magnolia."
mufactured Napo-
Brand Strawbery."
es Manufactured "Napo-
Brand Magnolia."
nufactured Morford Honey Dew
rockery ; 10,000 Florida Segars.
0 Caps; 6,0 doz Hoes, assorted."
rpeti ng, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
53 Water street.
Clotlis anld Carpets.
iW Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
uper Ingrain Carpeting;
Cotton "
;tair "
by WM'. G. PORTER-T CO..
41 WXater street.

Soots andl hoes.
I' e-2n'S Russet Brogans;
w'd ank ,'eg'd Kip Brogans;
[If Brogans ;
and seow'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
s' Kid and Morocco Shoes ;
' coarse and fine Cal" Boots.
d extensive assortment, just received
y WM. G. PORTER & CO.
41 Water street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
S Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
:egs Na'ils, do.
Aeeding Hoes, assorted qualities ;
smith Steel Faced A',, il.;
English and American Vises;
Bellows ; ,
Spades and Shbovels;
.ollins' Axes;
tton and Woolen Cards;
wland's Ca-t Steel Mill Saws';
t and German Steel, for sale, by
WM. -. PORTER & CO..
41 Water street.
erl s' anad S hiii S 10 rfe ..
FEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,,
n Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
)wchong do, Souchong do, Go,shen
se, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, -b...i-
eS, WhiskeN, Mess and Prime. Beef,'
me Pork, Mackerel. Shad, Salmon,
nds and Tongues, God Fish Tongues,
es, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
, Soap, 1,... i,. Tobacco, Navy
do,-'Craekers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
1Raisens. M~aearoni, Verfmecelli, Ar-.
irn, Ca;s, Buckwheat, Mtustard, Rice.?
B. ELL1SON & GO
24 Water street.
hoes and Brogans, by the case ;
s Shoes andi Buskins; ,:
goys and Youth's Brogans ;
.... fine sew'd Brogans ;
egged Boots ;
ine sewed Boots ;
Brogans. Fo~r sale by
B, ELL1SON & CO.,
24 Water street.

)a Consignment.
eriber has lately received on consign-
>e following articles :
choice Old Port Wine;
,, Old Madeira Wine ;
superior Old Scotch Whiskey ;
,, Pale &. Bro. Otard Brandy;
Dark Dumond Brandy;i
ts ,,London Club" Cbampaigne.
riety of Segars, all of which will be


cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
50 Water street.
I'S and Swayne's, Balsam of Wild
y, just received and for sale by
J. C. ALLEN.
SGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
case, low for cash, by
B. ELLUSON & CO.
24 Water street.

S Balsam of Wild Cherry.
FIN, Just received' and for sale by
il 10 1-I. !F. ABELL.

Fall Crw'l), for sale by
17 frT. F. ABELL.
E, Caiinphor and Piperine, !ust re-
and for sale by B .
1-I. F. ABELMT


A BALL IN PARIS IN 1810.
[From Sketches of German Life, and Scenes
'from tile War of Liberation in Germany.]
The 1st of July was, after several delays
fixed upon as the day for the ball to be given
by the Ambassador of Austria; the emperor
and Maria Louisa had accepted the invita-
tion, so that there could be no farther
change. The menredoubled their exer-
tions and worked day and night. Those
were lucky whose turn came to work by
night, for the mid-day heat was intolerable,
and made the stones and the wood almost
too hot to touch. The greatest art was re-
quired to preserve the trees and flowers to be
used at the ball, as everything was parched
by the heat. The Ambassador lived in the
Hotel de Montesson, a large house with a
court on one side and a garden on the
other, in the Rue de Mont Blanc. But
this space was not reckoned sufficient for
the extraordinary entertainment to be given,
and the neighboring hotel was expressly
hired for the occasion. The necessary
communications were made and the rooms
duly arranged for their several purposes.-
An immense room had been thrown out into
[be garden, adjoining tile reception-rooms,
the whole built of planks by artists who had
constructed similar works for former enter-
tainments. The roof and sides were cover-
ed outside with cciecloth, and lined with
tapestry, mirrors, candelabras, and colored
lamps ornamented the walls. The pillars
which separated the centre from a species
of gallery which round the room, were
coated with the richest stuffs, and festoons
of artificial flowers, muslin, and gauze were
hung in all directions. Gold and .ilver
chains connected by draperies and flowers
with the ornaments of the saloons, support-
ed magnificent lustres. On an elevated
stage covered with a gold embroidered car-
pet, at the further extremity of the room,
two thrones had been erected, in front of
which 'the floor had been prepared for danc-
'ing. There were three entrances, one to-
wards the hack, near the thrones, leading
to the interior of the house, was intended
for the household; in the front towards the
garden on the left, was a long and broad
gallery, built of the sarne materials and or-
namented in the same manner as the saloon,
which ran' all along the 'hotel, and served
to connect the rooms, and the garden. To
the riaht, opposite this gallery, a stage had
been "erected for the musicians, the only
acIcess to which was by a staircase outside.
A handsome doorway which led directly:
from the garden by flight of broad steps,
wide enough to allow the passage in and
out of a huge mass of human being, was the
chief entrance into the saloon. The great-
est care was taken that everything should be
magnificent, suitable, and convenient : noth-
ing was neglected that could distinguish
this ball from all others. As an inscription
was to be placed over the doorway, it was
determined that it should be in the German
tongue. The important day at length
arrived, everything was completed, and even
those last and most busily eniplded e'erc
able to devote themselves to t11) .. ..
-of their own persons;and hero he- A ustriann.
had tWh{ vantage, as the richness and
beauty of their uniforms far surpassed
those of the Fiench. The servants, numer-
ous as they were, had been increased by
some hundreds, and a portion of them w',ore
the French state livery. Early in the
evening a division of the imperial guard
occupied the post assigned to them as a
guard of honor. While it was still broad
day, the whole hotel, with its gardens and
outhouses sparkled with thousands of lamps,
and the carriages Which brought the guests
drove through the masses of people collect-
ed on both sides of the street. Parties of
Austrians were in readiness to receive the
visitors as they arrived ; the ladies were pre-
sented with flowers, and let into the great
saloon. The seats round the walls were
soon filled, and the middle of the room be-
gan to be crowded.
Every moment the number ofpersons re-
markable for beauty, birth, and importance
increased. Kings and Queens were in
among the company, and were expecting
one greater than them. At length the
sound of presenting arrns, the challenge of
the guards tlhe c-lash of" trump!ets and roll o(f
drtums, anuotinced thin ap~proac*h of tlae Em-
peror ant! his ,;repress. T ih" carriages
_t.d.,d,r'.l up to the do cr betw een the riles
Elof soldiers. The families of Schwarzen-


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;:iiVOLUME V.] ..... APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1847. .. [NUMBER 30.


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to insure insertion. Boots an__
Clothing-
*Also, a ne:
^- '" Dry Goods. many other art
'THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea- Call and ex
1 sonable stock of lDry Goods, consisting in
*part of Apalacbico
Negro Kerseys and Linsey's,
'White and Red Flannels,
'Plain and Fancy Jeans', HALF
Double twilled Tweeds, 27 Bran
Super fancy Casameres, 44 half boxes
Super E igish and French Cloths, ,'9 "
W hitney -;1 ,,, t0, It and 12qrs., 28 "
Durfflt Blankets, S, 9 and 10 qrgs. 48-22 lb. box
Den it.is ?Ci-e;n'i,is and Cottonadeg, 1-2 lb L
Or o %v ;h8 -.14 ,i r t .i,', a 5 boxes M a
Cotton Osnaburgs, Premium
Cotton Drilling and Ticking, 5 5 boxes
Linen and Cotton Checks, leon's" B
Irish Linen, Sii-lin." and Sheeting, 5 boxes Ma
'Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, leon's" B
,English, French anti American, Pi it', f i 50 .Q lb box
E.tra 3uper, plain and twilled Ginghams, leon's "
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, 9 boxes Mar
Eitr > super Muslin de Laine, 10 Crates Cr
E. 'li-h, Scotch and American do. 10 doz Nerro
Suler Italian black and figured Silks, Ingrain Ca
Bl ick Silk Cravats and fandy Hkfs,. For sale low
Super E ij:ih art! Pongee Silk 71ukfS,
E.qih and AN,r, .- in Cotton Hkfs, Nov. 14
,.M u.I,'t- and Verona head Hkfs,
*. 't.adips'tColtton Ho3e and Gents Hf-hose, Oil (
".,,l,,." Mrseiltes and Worsted Vestings, S P
Cottonand Flax Thread, 3 pcs s
Plain ard fi-;d Swiss and checked Muslins, 3 C ,
.- .. ....-f.eoTnet.a ?. Needles, Pins, Tape, &,c. &c For .le b)
Which have beeni selected with great care in Doe 5
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
pf Manufacturers, at the V.. ;,'t market rates, and B
'.re u.)w ouffred at wholesale or' etail on favorable 'D OY'S anU
er- 'u'-b WM. G. PORTER & Co. L0 Men's se
ec,^,"S'lS.. 41 Water street. Gents fine Ca
;. Wim's pes'd ai
B. Ellison & Co., 21 Water street. Super Ladies
SHIP CHANDLERY., Super Ladies
I 'N[LLA and Hemp Cordage of all .-s*, A [arge at;,
.t ,H-imbroli'e, Wor.mtinl., Marline, ,<,,.,,- and for ;ile by
yan, Oiakrum, Spi-rm. Oil, Fa-l do, Wha.le do, '_1 ..: Dee 5
do, Linseed do, iaw do, r, .11 1 do-, Spiits Tur-
pentiae, .Paints, Window G-iass, Putty, .White,
Lad, Red do, Yellow Ochre, 0l1,-),,,, Green,; ,- ^ .TON!
En ral~d do, Imperial do, Chrome Yetlow, Ver-'j'
digri, Lith'irage, Sulphur, Briglit Varnish, Copal
I.% T r. "Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine. Coal, Pain, 4 as ,
^^he- .Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub do, Clamp do,, 20 Blacksr
.i,{i0 lackk, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng- 20
li d, Cotto.,. Heavy Ravens do, Light do, 20
White, Blue ii-1 1A.-.1 Bunting, Nails, Copper do, 12 dozen S
do Tadka,-8Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws, 10 C
Ji.lk Serews, Anchors, Handspikes, Gapstain 10 bxs Co
Birs, OTrs, Blocks, Shives, Jib Ranks, 11 1 case Roan
Puimps, Deck Backetq, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn doC-" Mallets, Sarviri do, Axes, Ax, lbs Cast
.elve.s, '"oos and Thimbles, B!o Hiooks .Bale do,
,Oando-. Cotton do, Boat do, Fishd,. ,,,- Dec 4
irons, \Lk;, Tr.-i,, Marline Spikes,*-Ship Scra-
,ers B D .' Cook's Ladles, Tprmentors, Divers, Conrease4, Sail. Needles, Sail Twine, IpTO COF
':-..... '" ; t21 ,,' Leather,
Seine do, Sewing do-, Palms, P. --- atR, L Northen
Pamp do, Shovel- i-1 ,, H 1t1-ts Chisels, St. Croix do,
_Auurs, Planes, r,, ,', ,. .,,. Handsaw Hyson do, Po
Viles, Rat Tail do. Iron -Squares, Cupboard Lock8s, Butter, Chefs
St ork do,-Hooks and Sta.es; Hinges, Padlock, ders, Molasse
Wood Saws, Pendant tfaulyards, Hand Lines, 14ess and Pr'
Deei) Se. do,.Log do,,Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep Herring, Sou
,Pado, Sht ar do, Funnels, Lanthorns, Pepper,::Spie
ik Lins, Pitcl Pots, Log BooFns, LCargo do, e',:- Si
l 'l,i ,ii P tus, Ti rn W are, C rockery, C arpenter's Brea P ilot (
TLHI-, Saimpson, POsts, &.e, -Sec. Beans, Salt,
ApIl."i':i.;-oli, Jan. 23. l1817..., "_ row Root, Cc
..-' :T< A *^ G0-NE-Y, No. 36, Water street, For saeb
.I'*have just received and offer for sale :_
12) ack Grdeen Rio Goffeee, :(new crop ;) 60oOTs, S
'0" barrels Northern and Western Flour ; J3 Women's
'209 "< Otd Rectified Whiskey ; Men's, I
-10,5 boxes ,vhite, pale and brown Soap; ,
,-5 hinds N..0 S'.iar; 5 do Muscovado do; Men's p
20 casks B icon Sides and Shoulders; i fi
'5 tarn Ha ; Russet I
.. .30 barrels Clarified Sugar ;
10' boxes Loaf d S; Jan 23
*. ;50 Sperm Candles;
'-" 20 barrels N E Rum; (I
10 ": White's Baltimore Gin; rpHE subsgi
1O Domestic Brandy; i ment, tl-
1*0 N 0 Molasses; i 2 caslks
5"') boxes Eailish Dairy Cheese,^ "
/, } p iece K entulck y B -.'.t,, ; 1 ,
^ -0bales Alicaut M~ats; { "
""' 0 bxs and hlf-bxs (new cr'op) Mal. Raisins; 10 baske
h.0 ,, Lemons; Also, a va:
'",,5- '" Manufactured Tobacco ; sold low, for


25 .cases assorted Pickles;
,'80 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 Feb 27
'',.i halt bbis do 0o;
20 boxes assorted Syrups; Y7"I At
20-j chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy- W Cherry
son Teas; Nov 28
!.0 I chests and boxes Powchong Teas ; 1-HEETIN(
2 half pipes Old.Cognac Brandy; bale. and
10 baskets '"Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes-; Jan 23
45 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread;
3 tierces new Rice; Wistar'
2 keg3s and quarters new Buckwheat;' I DOZE"
200 bushes No'thwr Oat-'. -]_2 Apri
Apalachicola, D ee -5, t8115.Apr
Dry Goods. F
:,,RILLINGS, T'ckiings, Cotton Osnaburgq, L^H r
Lins6ys, Kers-vs, Jean, Flannelz, Blan- Fi April
fefs weeds, Sliirti".<-, Shoet ings, Check, ..
'Gia1aa1i Calicoes, D elales. Hosiery, eN. &c.E
'inrale'Fors B. ELLISON-& CO. i ceived
" ",i -13 2.3 Water street. April 17


THE AMERICAN BOY.
Father what noise is that,
Now rumbling through the clouds 1
Why do the people wave their hats,
And rush along in crowds ."
"It is the voice of cannonry,
The glad shouts of the free !
This is the day of rnemory-
'Tis Freedom's Jubilee !"
"Father, look up and see that flag,
How gracefully it flies ;
Its.pretty stripes, they seem to be
A rainbow in the skies."
"It isyour country's flag, my boy,
Thut proudly brings to light,.
O'er ocean waves and foreign climes,
A symbol of the right!"
"CI wish that I were now a man,
I I'd free my country, too ;
And cheer as loudly as the rest-
But, father, why don't you 1"
I'm getting old and weak, but still
My heart is big with joy ;
I've witnessed many a day like this,-
But shout you loud, my boy.
Hurrah! for Freedom's Jubilee !
God bless our native land!
And may. live to hold the boon
Of freedom ii my hand.
Well done, my boy grow up and love
The land that gave you birth-
The land where freedom loves to dwell!
. .A paradise on earth!" .

ftIIaU rUottI U


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head of the police, Count Dubois, had a
hard duty-hp Wm expected to know every
thing, to- be prepared" for ev.e'ry thing. Na-
plion's zeal; he -attemrpted to exculpate
himself, rushed to'aH" sides' with ls.. orders,
entreaties, and questions, returning again to
he Emperor, and received with, extreme
bumi.lity new reproacbes and harsher words.
But the chief of the firemen was., Ip worst
ised ofall. Count Hulin who wishedO-o
show his zeal, and to find some o.bheet 'pon
hieh Napolcon's wrath could v,nj,itself,
struck the wretched man several times with
his fist,.and even went so far as.to.,kick hfim".
It ended by the man's imprisonment, and
subsequent ignominious dismissal from of-
ice. Meanwhile, the endeavors -tp fiqd.
orme traces of the missing Princes's'on,
inued unabated. The courniers and others
attached to Napoleon went here and- thqre,
messengers were dispatched in every,,diree-
ion-not a trace of her could be discqvored'.'
The house of every friend and conpexidn' .-"
every corner of the garden was. se-arched.l .:
he burning ruins were examined-._a|,i'n .
vain. The miserable husband. 'a-dered
about the picture of despair, his, b1,dily
strength was exhausted, but thei'orture's.9f
his mind urged him to fresh exe-fi0/is..-
T'he attempts to quiet him were fruiles.-._
even the Emperor's presence, and wods ad-
dressed to him were totally unheeded. ,c.
Napoleon, tired out by the fruitless search,
and having no further cause to slay.,,=.now
hat the fire was nearly extinguished, retlrin-
;d to St. Cloud. The grenadier%,. j.ow-
ever, prepared to bivouack on the gnamau i,
and seldom does it happen that soldi.ersfore
o sumptuously-the meats and wines pre-
pared for the company were distributed
among them. We likewise, worn out.by
work and excitement, thought of refresh-
nent, and sat down at the nearest table,.--.
Then it was that we compared notes., ?nd
killed up from the experience of ot.her.s~tl
blanks in our own observations. Everytone
had much to ask and more to tell-much
h~at was dreadful. A storm which ..bad
been gathering over head, now burstwith
violence. The lightning flashed, the tbun-
der rolled, the houses trembled, .the Kain
poured down it torents, and effectuti)y put
out the smouldering fire. After a while the
termed passed away, and morning begap lo
break. A certain restlessness drove Ls, out
o view the scene olfwhat appeared to have
been a horrid dream. We were but, few,
and separated into several parties. I walkk
ed over the spot, which was now a h eap of
ooty embers-beams reduced to a' cider',
heaps of stones, bits of furnitureand eropk.-
ery, and pools of dirty water, were all that
remained of the brilliant ball-room,, We
foundd bits of chandeliers, broken swords',
bracelets and other ornaments, melted.by
he heat.. Not far fi'om where I was,. Count
Huhn and Dr. Gall were turning over the
ubbish. Suddenly Count Hulin stopped
hort, looked aghast at something before
him, and I heard him say with a low voice*
'Dr. Gall, come here-this is a human
ody!" I still remember with. horror,, the
hrilling tone in which these words were
aid; every. nerve was affected, and my
breast heaved : with anguish. Gall and I
ivent to the spot in silence, and ende.avorel
o convince ourselves of the fact. It .was
only by degrees that we made out the truth'
A corpse, blackened and shrivelled ,up with
ire, lay half covered with cinders-lhe fea-
ures could not be distinguishned ;. indeed it
required some effort of the imagination to
discover that it was a human figure al all ;

one breast had accidentally lain in a pool of
water, and its dazzling whiteness contrast.
na stange and horrible manner wilh tho
est of the blackened corpse. Alth~oug'h
accustomed to sights of horror, I involunta-
ily started back from this. Gall looked
nore closely into the sortl of hole, and tho't.
hat he recognized Princess .Schwarzen.
berg. A few rings and a necklace, found
on the corpse, were sent to the ambassador
vho was in another part of the garden.
There could no longer be any doubt, for
he necklace bore .the names of her chil-
dren; she had eight, and a ninth, still 'un-
Iorn, shared her fate. When the- horrible
certainty flashed upon us; we bowed our
leads in sorrow, and found relief in tears,
Two vivid flashes of lightning, and a long,
rolling peal of distant hunder, shook the
atmosphere--they were the last.
A Massaehussetts jury has> gallantly de"
cided that a loverecannot recover from a
mistress who has-given him the mitten,:
the little Iovetokens' that she received when
she 'smiled upon >his suit.:*, ,A'discarded
swain having heen unsuccessful in bis suit in
the court of Hymen, lately, brought one in
aecourt of law, for the recovery of a ring
valued at two dollars and:fifty eents, eonsti-
tutional eurrencey! which he had given to the
loved one, in 'happier days;' but in this suit
he was destined to be equally unfortunate,
for the jury rendered a verdict for the de-
fendant. The gentleman might probably ,
find eonsolatjion in the perusal of the trial
of Pea Green Haine vs. Maria Foote, thie


present Countess of Harington, as that ver,
dant individual suffered considerably unJer
somewhat similar circumstances.

MUSICAL FISH.-It is stated thatthe muds
dy creeks and shoals around Bombay in the
East Indies abound with a species of fish,
which produce the most exquisite music
-like a musical bell. or the strain of ar
lEolian harp. The fish closely resemble in
size and shape the fresh water pearch of
the north of Europe. It is supposed that
the fish are confined to particular locali,
ties-shallows, esturies, and muddy creeks
rarely visited by Europeans; and that is thq
reason why hithertono mention, as ,far as
we know, had been made of this peculiarity
in any work on natural history.
A lawyer, named Horton, was arrested iq
New York for stealing a coat! He mur t
have been badly in want of asuii.


berg and Metternich received their illustri-
ous guests at the foot of the stairs, the am- i
bassador made--a short speech, while the
ladies presented flowers to Napoleon-r who
handed them to his wife ; then giving her
his arm, he entered thet house accompanied
by Prince, Schwarzenberg and followed by
a crowd cf people. A flourish of
trumpets accompanied his entrance. Na-
poleon and the empress accompanied the
Prince Schwarzenberg, at his invitation into
the garden, and the whole assembly follow-
ed themn. Singers and musicians, distri-
buted at intervals behind trees and bushes,
began to sing as they approached. Other
surprises were in store for them. The. party
stopped before a well mown lawn on which
seats had been placed for the Emperor and
a few others, and where an accurate repre-
sentation of the chateau of Laxenburgh had
been prepared. In order to recall still more
vividly to the Empress' recollection the
scene of her home, dancers in Austrian
costumes suddenly appeared, and perform-
ed dances peculiar to the Austrian peasant-
ry, together with a pantomime, in which
scenes of peace and war were enacted, all
ending in glory and happiness. This was
scarce over before the attention was excited
by another object. The cracking of whips
and the sound of a horse's hoof announced
the approach of a courier, who, covered with
dust, pressed into the midst of the brilliant
assembly, shouldered his way up to the Em-
peror, and delivered his despatches. There
was a murmur of some great victory in
Spain, but the Emperor, who was in the
secret, immediatelysaid with a smile that the
despatches came from Vienna, and handed
to the Empress a letter from her father writ-
ten for the express purpose of being given
at this ball.
After this scene, which was not without
interest, a sudden display of fireworks at-
tracted the attention. Art and invention
were taxed to the utmost, and no expense
had been spared. But in the midst of the
explosion, one of the frames caught fire,
and caused a momentary alarm ; the flames,
however, were instantaneously put out. *
The brilliant throng was again in motion,
and, after several turns io the garden, found
itself in thesaloon. All were struck by the
inscription over the doorway; it was spelt,
read, and translated. The Emperor, start- 1
led at first, ended by laughing contemptu- i
ously, and many were the ,remarks made i
upon the German text. The trumpets
again sounded as the Emperor and Maria
Louisa entered the saloon, and took their
seats on the thrones prepared for them.-
The music now began for dancing. It was
a;iunt midnight. The most brilliant and
>litfi(idit par; of the evening had passed.--
The ball appeared to be kept up with great
spirit, and promised to last till morning.-|
T[he Queen of Naples had opened the ball
with Prince Esterhazy, and Prince Eugene,
the Viceroy ot Italy, with Princess Schwar-
zenberg, the ambassador's sister-in-law.-
After the quadrille, the Emperor and Maria
Louisa had walked in opposite directions
round the room, addressing a few words to
several of the company whom they knew,
and to those who were presented to then
for lhe first time. Maria Louisa was the
first to return to her seat; the emperor re-
mained at the room, where Princess Pau-
line Schwarzenberg, the ambassador's sis-
ter-in-law, was in the act of presenting her
daughters to him, and Napoleon addressing
a few words to those, about him, when on a
sudden, in the gallery, and near the en-
trance in the great gallery connecting their
saloon with the hotel, a gust of wind brought
the flame of one of the numerous candles
in contact with a gauze curtain. The fire
ran up the curtain, causing an instanta-
neous blaze, which ;s suddenly ceased. A
few sparks remained, and so unimportant
was the incident considered at first, that
Countt Benthiem extinguished some of the
flanmes b' a lucky throw of his hat, and
Count D1umanoir, one of the Emperor's
chamberlains clambering up one of the pil-
lars, pulled down what remained of the,
burning curtain. Several sparks, however
had flownf up aad set fire to some hangings
which were out of the reaeh, the flames
spread rapidly among .the inflammablee ma-i
trials, and reached the roof., The music
ceased, the musicians who were the first
threatened, quieted their stage in alarm; the
door communicating with the outward air,
let a blast of wind which fed the flames.--
The dancers dispersed,--all were in con-
fusion, and sought to discover what had al-
ready happened, and how it was aii to end.
Napolean had seen the whole incident,
and-'was therefore, far from suspecting any
treachery; lhe went up to the Empress and
watched the progress of the flames with a
quiet countenance. His devoted adherents,
who first suspected treason, hurried round
him and drew their swords. The Austrian
ambassador, who preserved his calmness
and dignity, kept close to the Emperor,
and when he saw that the flames were rapid-
l,, spreading in all directions, urged him to


quit the room. Napoleon, without answer-
ing gave his arm to the Empress, and fol-
lowed the ambassador to the gate leading
into the garden, warning the company as he
walked along, to act with order and discre-
tion. Everybody behaved well until the
Emperor was safe, and then all order ceased
and the struggling mass rushed, panic
stricken towards the door. When Prince
Schwarzenberg learned that Napoleonin-
tended to go home, he prudently sent an
adjutant to desire the Emperor's carriage
to draw up at a small side door in a back
street, adjoining the garden. The greatest
confusion prevailed in front of the hotel,
whereas thee oinperor might go away i.1n-
perceived bv the back way and frustrate
any ,ilteinpt upon his life, were any such in-
tenfk>el. i t wlien Napoleon perceived the
,lirecion in which they were leading lihn,
he stopped, asked whither they were going,
and not approving of this plan, said shortly


and decisively, "No, I will go by the proper I
entrance." He turned around and ordered I
the carriage, which hIad already reached the t
back street, to return to its original place. [
By this means much time was lost, which f
Prince Schwartzenberg passe.ed in great e
uneasiness, although with an outwardly t
calm countenance, while Napoleon waited I
with great patience. He thought that any I
attempt upon his life would be more diffi- ,1
cult in a front than in a. back street. The s
statement in the 'IMoniteur,' that Napoleon v
entered his carriage by the garden gate, s
like nmany other accounts of that eyent, is r
quite erroneous. All these circumstances I
were told.to me by immediate eye witnesses, s
1 will now relate what I personally saw and f
felt.-The heait was so i:,ole'rable in the s
saloon that I had gone into the gallery for t
fresh air, when tile music and dancingsud- a
denly ceased, and I heard screams-and loud n
confused sounds. I turned round, intend- t
ing to return to the saloon, and saw flames "]
spreading in all directions. There was ro e
time for thought or action--a mass of hu- t
rnan~beings, pressing upon me, carried me v
with them in their flight. Several power- a
ful-looking generals were exclaiming with s
terror, "My God-the Emperor!--the k
Emperor is in danger!" Others were calling 'J
out for water. I was so entangled with e
them, that it was only in the third room d
that I could extricate myself from the
throng, and retrace my steps towards the a
scene of horror, t
Most of the people had already escape. e
out of the gallery into the garden, ttiU t- e
trance of which was no longer crowded. a
But the doors of the saloon, which was now s
one sheet offire, were still encumbered with 1'
people struggling to escape from the flames 0
and stifling smoke. Heavy lustres fell with v
a crash ; the lath and plaster partitions, the r
boarding and beams, were burning and turn- r
bling in all directions.-the whole room was f
one mass of fire and destruction. The wood b
and the inflainable mnaterhils with which the t-
saloon had been ornamented, caused it to t
burn with prodigions fierceness, the buckets t
of water that vere poured upon it me rely v
hissed and went off in steam; everything d
seemed to add fuel to the flames. All this Y
took place in a shorter time than I have ta- c
ken to describe it. In a few moments the s
roof of the gallery was in flames, the drape- b
ries, lamps, and lustres, were closing behind t
me, and scarce time was left to escape into L
the garden. The most frightful scenes 3
were here taking place. The new build- e
ings were one mass of fire. The terror was s
universal: anguish and anxiety had taken t
the place of all thoughts of pleasure. Men., e
in search of those nearest and dearest to ,Y
them, were rushing through tile crowd : all f'
had personal objects in view, and recklessly b
pushed aside every impediment ,to their l
search. Husbands sought their wives, mo- [
others their daughters; they had last seen r
them standing up to dance, or had dragged s
them some distance, and then been forced h
to leave their hold. No one knew the olh-"
er's faie; here were people overcome with b
grief,'-there they were rushing wildly into I
each other's arms in excess of joy,-some s
were fainting, others wounded and bleeding. ,b
The wooden stairs had given way under the v
weight of those escaping from the fire; t
many had fallen down and were trampled
under foot, injured by the falling timber, or I
seriously burned. The Queen of Naples f
had been saved bythe Grand Duke of Wurz- t
durg; the Queen of Westphalia, by her r
husband and Count Metternich., TheRus- d
sian ambassador had been dragged fainting c
from the crowd by Doctor Koreffand oth- v
ers: and his burning clothes extinguished i
by the first water they, could find. Many r
women were very dangerously burned. a
In the midst of this turmoil were seen r
servants and workman of all sorts; all dis- r
tinctionn.of ranks was at an end-stars and t
garters w-ere forgotten-royal blood over- L
looked. The firemen,,summoned from their c
supper, rudely elbowed the aristocratic v
crowd, the opera dancers, in their paint and r
tinsel, pressed forward amid noble `Ijames, t
to gratify their curiosity-no one remarked
this assumption of equality. Prince Joseph k
of Swarlzburg, has pressed his daughter c
to his bosom; he found her in the garden, t
saved, but much hurt. He then, inna state
bordering on desperation, sought after his r
missing wife. IHis daughter had been by
her side, till a falling beam had sepsi-ated
thiem, and she then lost sight of her mother.
Meanwhile the saloon and the galleries
Were burnt to the ground, and the fire threa-
tened destruction to the hotel itself. The
archives were saved with considerable diffi-
cully. All the Austrains present were busy
with buckets of water or helped to remove
papers. Hats and swords were thrown a-
side, as well as our uniforms', which were
completely spoilt by smoke and water, and
were moreover oppressively hot. Nearly all '
the company htad retired, the Austrians,
some few intimate friends and several French
officials, still remained examining this scene
of woe. Instead of well dressed guests, a


strong detatchment of Imperial guads took
possession of every avenue leading to the
hotel, and filling the court and garden.-
The evidence of military powers struck the
imagination. The following incident made
a strong impression :
The Emperor went with Maria Louisa
as far as the Champs Flysees, where lher
carriages and suite were waiting to conduct
her to St. Cloud ; he then returned with an
adjutant. His unexpected appearance in
his gray great coat produced immediate si-
lence. He ordered all strangers to leave
the plac-e, the streets to be guarded, and
took prompt measures against the further
spread of the fire. The stream of water
from one of the engines nearly knocked him
down, but he took no notice of it. The
most vigilent search was still continued af-
ier the missing Princess. At the same
time a strict inquiry was made into' the con-
duct and appliances of the officials. The


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FOR PRESIDENTS

ZACHARY TAYLOR.


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'. "[From the N. 0. Coin. Times, June 23 ] several days before the express left that
.- M; EXICO. place, states that there had been some sick-
. LATE AND VE R IMPORTANT INTELLf- ness among our troops. We do not give
GL'NGE. our readers the whole contents of this letter
ArilA a4l of ih 1 fe 1110s1)ip New-. because it is full of rumors which had not
-; Orleatiii been realized at the latest dates.
S. Large Force of :Vrxic,,s R, p.rfed at the The Mexicans were still fortifying the
national l B,'idge-Excilemnoi til Vera Cruz City of Mexico. but the means of the Govern-
--Depilrture of Gen. Pierce's Train with ment were so limited that we do not doubt
3-2'-0 )Ien--Gen. Scott. at Puebla--Rumors that it will not be more than a day's work
of Peace--Commissioners Appointed by the for Gen. Seott to demolish all the Mexicans
Mexican Gouernment-Battle.of Huajutla-\have done in three months, in case they
Gallant Behavior of Col. De Russy and the should show resistance.
.Louisiana Volunteer s-,e Mexicans Re. The express rider met with Generals Cad-
puled wth a Heavy Loss c. wallader and Plow, and their respective
The steamship New Orleans, Capt. Auld, commands at Perote. They had been at-
arrived yesterday morning with later and tacked at La Hoya and had completely
very important intelligence from Mexico. routed the enemy, having sustained but lit-
She sailed from Vera-Creuz on the 17th, tleloss. No property was lost, and *both
Tampico the l8th, and fin'm Brasus Santi- trains had arrived in Perote; which place, a
ago on the 20th'inst. correspondent says, they were to leave on
We learn from Capt. 'Auld, that Gee. the 9th instant.
Pierce.left Vera Cruz on the morning of Lieut. Whipple of the 9th Infantry was
the 14th I'nst., with 2500 men and a train of lassoed on the 10th instant, by a small party
one-hundred and fifty baggage wagons.- of Guerrillas, within a few hundred yards of
Capt. Auld arrived at Tampico on the morn- the city of Vera Cruz. They were pur-
ingof.the .13th instant, and was informed sued by a party of Americans without fin-
by Col. Gates, that Col. -De Russy, with a di. them.
detachment of L-ouisiana volunteers, part I Capt. W. Duff, of the 3d dragoons, died
*of-fCaipt. "Wise s company of artillery, and. I at Vera Crnz on the 16th inst., of the vomi-
,-?Capt. Boyd, with one company of infant, to.
amounting in all to 115 or 120 teen and We regret to learn'from ihe letter of our
officers had left by the way or the river, correspondent, that there is a good deal of
ont the'Sth instant, for the plarpose of re- fever in Commodore Perry's squadron, and
lenng ie.4arncioaprisoners, ad that one of its victims is the gallant Lieut.
edk men ul~t'ae riner fr-o8n the steamers J ,as. L. Parker, one of the heroes of the
.uftnfineaf rySlit S''iers, without corn- Creole exploit under the Walls of San Juati
Irtg i'n-ghb of the enemy, and the boats d'Ulua.
7 erurmnel Tampico, at 2 o'clock, P. M., on THEiWA PAARTY.-The Sol de Anhuae,
in1he 1l5hinitauit. of the 3thinstant announces, from advices
- In express nived subsequently from Col. just then arrived at Vera Cruz,'thiritthe war
43e -Russy, stiainu that his detachment had party at the Capital were 'becoming more
_'beeu. permitted to advance unmolested, un- and more feeble every day, although still
til they got into a narrow pass, near" Hua- clammoring for fortifications. So indigent,
Jjulla, when thv were surrounded by 1200 however, was the treasury, so general the
,or 140,0 en un.ler Gen. Gary. poverty in Mexico, that, at the end of three
Col. De Russy's command have suffered months labor, the pefences about the city
considerable loss, but by the assistance of were insufficient to resist anattack from any
Capt, Wise's artillery they managed to cut regular body of troops.
their way through to the river, and waited GEN. ALVAREZ.-It was stated that Gen.
assistance. Colonel Gates despatched the Alvarez, who, as it was generally known, had
Naew Orleans back to Vera Cruz, with a proceeded to the Capital, to assist in its de-
requisition on Col. Wilson for foir corn- fence, had made a retrograde movement to
panics of infantry, and he also sent the the South, in consequence of disagreement
steamers Undine and Mlary Summers up the with Gen. Canalizo.
river, with 150 men to Col. De ussy's COMMISSION TO MEET MR. TRusr.--E/
assistance. Sol de Anahuac of the 14th inst., has an in-
The New Orleans arrived at Vera Cruz teresting article on the news recently bro't
on the 16th inst., at 2 o'clock, p. M., and to Vera Cruz from the Capital, regarding
found the city in a state of excitement, the appointment of Commissioners to meet
growing out of the rumored advance -of a Mr. Trist, to open negotiations for the re-
,large body of Mexicans. Gen. Pierce, who newal of peace. In this, the editor remarks
had marched on the 14th inst. as before sta- that the utmost curiosity is 'felt for some
ted was encamped about ten miles from the authentic intelligence as to the quarter
city, when the advance guard came in and whence proceeded the appointment of Se-
reported a heavy force of Mexicans at the nors Gorostiza, Baranda and Tornel, as
National Bridge, on their way towards the Commissioners, whether the Congress'had
city. Gen. Pierce took a reinforcement of assembled and given the commission in
700 men, swelling his command to 3200 question to those gentlemen, or whether the t
men, and forthwith left to meet the enemy, powers vested in them were spontaneously r
At Vera Cruz the danger of an attack must conferred by Santa Anna himself. t
have been thought imminent, as the ship- The Congress were to meet, according to 8
ping moored between the castle and the city all accounts, on the 7th instant, for the ex-
-were removed, other preparations made for press purpose of deliberating on the last
,the reception for the .Mexicans. communication ofthe American Secretary t
SIh'consequence of this state of affairs the of`State, (Mr. Buchanan) and there was not
requisition from Col. Gates on Gen. Wilson the-slightest doubt that 'tirere would be f.,
could note .complied with; and the New sufficient number of deputies in iire Capital'
Orleans took -on board twenty-five marines, to form a quorum. Besids, 'the'teddencies s
from the U. S. sloop Saratoga, and sailed to peace which were beginning to; be strong- I
for Tampico on the 17th, where she arrived ly manifested in the city of-Mexico, and the c
on the following morning, postponement (suspension) of Gen. Scott,s s
A detachment which had gone up the advance, had not only arrested the further
river had returned to Tampico, bringing the flight of the deputies from the Capital, but
following information, connected with the. induced many to return, 'to rake partvin the
attack upon our forces by the Mexicans.- interesting 'debates on 'rle opening of'he
As nearas could be ascertained, they march- session, on t-hat day the'7th. Tothis,-'he
ed within seven miles of -uajutla on the deputies cannot have the least reluctance, e
morning of the 12th inst., when the Mexi- since by-a resolution adopted by them in v
cans opened a heavy fire on them from -all the sitting of thre loth of June,'they had re- a
directions. Capt. Wise got his piece of jected the proposition then brought forward,
artillery to bear on the enemy, -and after to declare the Congress in recess. We our-
discharging six or eight rounds of grape into selves are ,all anxiety for the receipt of fur-
their raks they gave-way and fled to the other news. The next arrival will, in all t
chapparal. On each side of the road, the probability, bring us the debates in the Mex- I
Americans continued fighting their way can Congress, on-the 7th instant. t
back towardsithe river at intervals, until t-he r
morning of the. 16th, when they were re- [From the N. 0. Comn. Times.]
lived by a reinforcement of 150 men. They THE BATTLE OF HUTAJUITLA.
returned to Tampico at a late hour on the We are indebted to an attentive, correspondent
16th with a loss of twenty killed, ten wound- at Tarnpico, for the subjoined account of the ex-
ed, and two missing. Among the number citing events, that have recently occurred in that
killed was Capt. Boyed, who fell in the first neighborhood, l
charge, with three balls through his body. TAMPICO, '(3exico) '.'Julyq8l, 1t847. *
Col. De Russy escaped without injury, GENTLEMEN-Considerable excfilemernt has-
though several balls passed through his existed in this city for the past two weeks, 'in1
coat. Capt. Wise had his horse shot from relation to the detention, by General Garay, at (
under him. The men and officers fought the town ot Guautla (pronounced Wahoutla) 140 (
bravwly. The Mexican less iu this battle is miles from here, of one hundred and eighty Ame- r
reported to be 150 killed and 120 wounded, ricans,' who were recently liberated in the city of f
T he A~ m r n als los 1 or 15 h orses M exico, and sent towards this city w ith a sm all
TheAmeicas lsolos 1 or15 orescort The-yarethose ,who wre talken last Feb-, fl
and 60 pack mules, roary'at Encarnacion. The renowne'd Generail1
The New Orleans 'has litaught us "full Garay, intrue Mexican Style, pretended that' r
files of El Mreo 7mi and :El Sol de Anahuac their pas-orts were not 'correct, and that he
to the 3l,6th, as well as letters from our cur- would be under the necessity of detaining them (
,-respondent to' that'date, at Guautia, until he could hear from his govern- (
"By thisarrival we have more authentic ru- met.11 f
* mors of peace than any that have reached .An expedition was fitted out on the 8th instant
;-u fo so et m pa t T n usie t ou s l e by order of Colonel Gates, and the com m and of it r
"us fr soetimepast In ustic to urseves n t-o Colonel DeRussv, of the .Louisiana .re-,


vwe feel called upon to state that th-e report gi-ent. The exped-ition conisted f one hun-
,.of the rejection by the Mexican Congress, dred and twenty men, and one six pound field d c
-of Mr. Buchanan's overtures of peace, pub- piece; fortymenthird artillery, commanded by
Hished and fully believed by us, was derived Capt. Wyse; forty dragoons, mounted onafitrain- s
From a private fetter dated, Mexico, 3d July, ed mustang horses, and commanded 'byO Captain c
;aaid written by a member of one of the most Boyd and Lieut. Tonnehill, late of the Baltimore 0
"prominent commercial firms in that capital, battalion; -and forty mounted men from the Lou-
We had therefore, no reason, whatever toisiana regiment, commanded by Captains Mace
doub itsadthereforey,n rasnwehareerstillatand Seguine--Lietltenan'ts Lin'denburger, Camp-,
doubt its authenticity, and we are still at bell and Heimberger, of th-e Louisianna regiment, f,
a loss to conceive how the writer, himself, accompanied the expedition, to act in such ca- ,
could have been thus imposed upon. The parties as1migh1tberequired.
respectability of the party, relieves him of Their march for~fbur days was uninterrupted, t,
the slightest suspicion of a desire to impose passing through the towns of Paebla&Viejo, Tam- 9
upon others. With this explanation, we pico-Alto, Ozuama and Tantoyuca, in all of which a
proceed to lay the news before our readers, the people made profes.Qions of friendship, and
The Sol de Anahuac mentions that a pri- had got within seven miles of Guautla, eight a
wate expressarrid there on the llth i"., miles beyond the last mentioned town, and one 0
efi Pel,- brngig..te toth.. .. ns..." mile from Rio Calabasa. Here the Colonel met 11
.ngn ... .. ttan Indian, who informed him that a large force
Gen. Scott was still at Puebla, nor were of Mexicans, under the command of Garay, had c
there any indication of a forward movement..heard of his approach, andwas in ambush on both 9
The town was very tranquil, sides of the river. Col. DeRussy immediately
Advises had been received on the day despatched Lieu-tenant Lindenburger., acting'Ad- b
,previous from the city of Mexico, announe- jutant, with an order to halt the column (ad- l
;ing that Government had appointed three vanced guard) under command of Captain Boyd.
comissioners to confer with Mr.. Trist at The Captain had halted at the river for the pur- l
Sao Martin Temeslucan, eight leagues f-om pose of watering his horses, and while in that act,
he received a destructive fire from an unseen V
Mexico, and it was supposed they would enemy. As I said before, the horses were all i
meet him on the 4th July. mustangs, and at the report of musketry they be-
We have seen says the Sol de Anahuac, came unmanageable,- threw most of the riders, v
a letter dated Mexico, July 2d. The writer and created great confusion. Capt. Boyd dashed
says that he does not doubt that a treaty of across the river, followed by his Lieutenant and
peace would be concluded at once by the six men. In crossing the Captain was shot in the
commissioners. He also says that the head, and ofcoursedied on reaching the opposite
Peace party has become so considerable in hore. Three of the men were also killed. AllI
the capital that he thinks that Santa Anna, this took place before Lieutenant Lindenburger9
wh caistalwaysat the thideks theastrSangst ) A reached him. The remainder succeeded in re-
(who is always on the side of the strongest) crossing the river, and joined the main body.-
will soon pronounce himself in favor of that Thus fell one of the bravest and finest men that
measure, ever lived.
A letter fromi PVuebla. which was witoen Onhearing the report of the musketry from the


opposite bank of the river, the Mexicans con- Company C.; Private Gutlub Schmidt, Company
cealed on this side, commenced firing on the main B.; Private Henry 11. Scott, Company G ; Private
body of the expedition from every side, when ROse, Company K.; Private U. Tener, Company
Captain Wyse came gallantly into action with his E., Private L. Lambino, Company E.--Wounded.
field piece, and opened a destructive fire n the --Lieut. Heimberger, Company E.; John Durneng,
ield piece, and opened a destructive fire on the Company C.--Missing-John Davis, Company C.,
enemy, with grape and canister. At the same The above are all the names, as far as I have
time, Captains Mace and Seguine charged the been able to ascertain ; there may be a few more
enemy on the right and left, in the most spirited missing, not yet reported. It is generally believ-
mann.T he battlenow r d with gratfry ed that all the missing have been murdered. The
on both sides lor an hour, when the Mexicans expedition returned on the 16th instant.
sounded a retreat, at least that portion of them in P. S.-I have this moment leaned that official
front, reports have been received in town, that the num-
The Colonel now discovered a large body of ber of Mexicans engaged in the late battle was
lancers approaching him in the rear, but before 1850. So you may judge for yourselves, of the
he succeeded in getting w within reach of them gallant defe n e o 1 me n agi t sel v o f s t
they captured a portion of the pack mules and had nearly forgotten to mention that we lost
then took to their heels.hryhre iIldi h ate
During the engagement, Lieutenant Tonnehill thiry hors kited in he b, p
was mortally wounded, a ball passing through his
thigh and breaking the bone. The six men at
the cannon were all mortally wounded; three COMMERCIAL ADVERTIER
bullets passed through Colonel 'IeRursy's coat, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISM
and as many through Captain Wyse's. Captain
Mace was-struck; twice'with spent balls, but not APALACHIOOLAX SATURDAY, Aitq. 7, 18'47.
hurt.


measures, such as is proposed to b6eT&red
for the purpose of electing Gen. Tai)lo-
the alliance in New Hampshire was formed.
between Whigs, Abolitionists, and Wilmot
Proviso Democrats, a coalition not gotten
up with a view to the destruction of the spi-
rit of party, but intended to strengthen the
hands of those who are ready to urge the
Wilmot Proviso, even to the extent of pro-
ducing a dissolution of the Union. We qre
ready to exclaim with Pyrrhus, another

such victory and we are ruined "-dressed
in the-garb of Whiggery it may look as
beautiful to the eye as the apples of the
Dead Sea, but like them it will turn to
ashes in the mouth.
The opposition which the popular move-
ments in favor of Gen. Taylor have thus
eticountered from the able Whig journals
alluded to, can have bu't little effect in sup-
'ptessing public manifestations of feelings
in his -favor, nor can they prevent \he spread
,of such sentiments; 'the power w-hich they
have hitherto wielded over the 'ninds of
the 'people of their patty will fail them
whlen sought to be exerted for such ends.
If the proposition to sink party and to unite
under the lead of Gen. Taylor, has met
with oliposition from some of the Whig pa-
pers, it has excited a hostility fixed, deep
and vigorous among the Democratic Press-
with some few exceptions. Various are the
measUres adopted to suppress the rising of
the Democracy in favor of "Old Zabh."
" To yau'r tents, 0 Israei! exclaims the
Union. "kArrange yourselves under the
Banner of your Party, and await the signal
from your leaders, before you strike a blow
in behalf of any man !"
But no means otfsuccessfui warfare against
Taylorseems to offer itself to the beleaguer-
ed Democratic Press. To attack him on ihe
score ofhis being a nW4hig, and to call on the
PEOPLE to oppose him for opinion sake, they
feel would be useless, presenting himself and
being presented by the whole People as a
candidate without respect to his political opin-
ions. To assail his character and services
as has of old been dorne with respect to
other good and great men, experience has
taught them will but make the assurance of
his success doubly sure. At the North the
Democratic Press wields the only weapon
which Gen. Tnylor's position leaves in their
hands-they attack him on the ground of his
being a slave-holder, such an argument is
met however by the refusal of a lirge pairt ot
the patriotic Democracy of the b ree States
to urge such a ground of tipposition against
a candidate for the Presidency, rightly feel-
ing that so to do would be to infringe ihe
letter and spirit of the Consfitutiom.
In the South, certain Democratic prints,


tors, who have so often denounced the evib
produced by'Party strife and Party 8piou,
keep back, when an opportunity preme,*k.
self of "laying ihe axe to the root of t,iw-.
ruptlree." Were the Editors aforesaid, in,-
imical only to Democratic Party. Spirit ?-'
We know that there is a difference between"
my ox goring another man's bull, and the
same man's bull goring my ox.--Orthodoxy,
said Bishop Wabouton, when asked to de-
fine the word, is my-doxy, beterodoxy ii
another man's-doxy. But perhaps we
wrong those who "hold their hands" in the
mailer of General Taylor's nomination--
and the cause of their silence springs, per-
chance, from that "better part of valor".-
discretion'; they may be of the mind of our
confrere of the Sentinel, who cites the. Na-
tional Whig, as a "caution to all hasty
people," and wisely enough remarks. that
"zeal without knowledge is exceedingly
dangerous," which sage admonition, we for
one, reverently treasure up, supposing of
course, that it was intended to apply i,6- all
such as'haive been' hasty" upon the subject
of the Presidency, ourselves among others---
the cap undoubtedly fits-us. B t-b t.wher
more of the Hotspur than ihe .6.;, in
politics, we fear that the, Sentinel's c'aimn.0-
will be thrown away on us, we-doulbt wbeth-
er we shall ever be able to emulate oupt -ro-
temporary in that saf'iand cautious conduct!
which ,looks before it leaps;" Tn ihe'.... pre-"-
sent instance we believe, hat i.f ,e e'rat all;
,,we err in safe company;" we-pair- a k'ik
sentimpnts and liursue ihe course of fift'eenl
of the twenty millions of the people... It
may yet be found by those who like to be onr
the strong side, that in ihe present m'WWt' :
delays are more dangerous than precipitait
zeal; however, there Will still be room for
late comers at the eleventh hour-when the


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After' the engagemsrit,'to the astonishment of
all, only one rountl-shot and one charge of canis-
ter was left for fhe gun, when our troops, having
fired away the greater part of their ammunition,
it was deemed prudent to fall back on Tantayoca,
Which was accordingly done.
The road from the river to Tantayoca lay thro'
a narrow defile, the summits of the mountains
tiearly hanging over the heads of the men as they
passed through it. The deep and precipitous
sides were covered with a dense chapparal from
base to top. Here the enemy rallied, and con-
cealing themselves from view, poured a destruc-
tive fire down upon our gallant little band, which,
from-the nature of the ground, they were unable
to rtufrin.
'On approaching Tantayoca, in which they had
encamped the previous night, and from which
they had started peaceably that morning, our men
found, to their surprise, that the plaza, church
and streets, were crowded with lancers and other
troops. They marched up boldly to the enemy,
until they got within a few hundred yards of the
,plaza, when they opened to the right and left, and
gadVe'Capt. Wyse an opportunity to discharge his
last round shot. It did some execution, killing
and wound ing some three or four, and also making
a tremendous hole in the walls of the church.-
Col. DeRussy, with Capt. Seguine, at the same
time made a charge up the street, when the Mex-
icans, for the second time, took to their heels, re-
turning only a few scattering shots. The lowest
estimate I have heard made of the'number of Mex-
icans engaged in this affair was .1000. Some say
2000 and 3000. Our troops now -took possession
of the town, ond encamped on the same ground
they had obcpieid the previous night, (Sunday
the llth inst.)
A detachment was now sent through the town
to search for ammunition, and they succeeded in
finding enough to make five rounds'of canister,
which at this time, was an invaluable prize.
A number of the men, contrary to orders, broke
open both stores and houses, and helped them-
selves to every thing valuable they could lay their
hands on, and foremost among them were the
Mexican muleteers who accompanied the Colo-
nel. They appeared to be old hands at the busi-
ness.
After onr -troops encamped, 'they could see
large bodies of the enemy moving to the rear of
them for the purpose 6f cutting off their farther
retreat, but both men an horses were so exhaus-
ted, that it was determined re'remain in their pre-
sent position for a short time to rest.
Near dark, Gen. Garay's aid-de-camp and a
Major of the staff' came near Col. DeRussy's camp
with a flag of truce. The Colonel did not allow
them to enter his camp, but met them at a short
distance outside of it. The Colonel was accom-
panied by Capt. Wyse. The aid handed the Co-
lonel a letter. The 'Colonel -told him, in sub-
sta-twe, "'that it was too dark to read it, and that
he had no candles or light, probably he, the aid,
could tell him the'purport of it." The aid, (who
spoke English fluently) replied, that it was a
summons for an unconditional surrender, as Gen.
Garay had sufficient men and means to conquer
him, and he wished to spare an effusion of blood."
Col. DeRussy immediately returned the letter,
unopened, to the aid, and he the aid, to tell
Gen. Garay that the idea of surrender had never
entered his mind, and he therefore declined any
correspondence on that subject "-when the aid
and Major, after'the usual compliments, retired.
1Col. DeRnssy 'now ordered camp fires to be
made, and all the horses to be unsaddled, and eve-
rything had the appearance, to the Mexicans, of
his remaining there all night. In this, however,
they were deceived, for the Colonel took up his
line of march at 2 o'clock A. m., during one of
the heaviest rain storms ever experienced, and
passed silently through'the city. They took the
road for Penuca, passing in a contrary direction to
the one he came by, and on which Garay was
encamped and 'was :ten miles from Tantayoca,
when daylight overtook h'im.
At, 10 o'clock A. m.., thelancers and guerrillas
again came in sight, and hung in the rear of the
detachment all day, spearing and shooting down,
without mercy, such unfortunate persons as strag-
gled off-from the main body. On one occasion a
large bofly "of'lancers collected in a group, when
Capt. Wyse gave them a salute with a charge of
canister, and great havoc among both horses and
riders, killing and wounded about 30 men, and
from that time they kept at a respectful distance.
The Mexicans followed our little detachment
for two days, occasionally exchanging a few shots.
Lieut. -eimberger was shot in the arm during the
retreat the first day. When Col. De Russy got
within 15 miles of Penuca, he dispatched Mr.
G-o. Lefler, an old citizen of this place, to Col.
Gates, giig him account of his position, and in-
forming him of their being entirely out of am-
munitionr, and a large body of the enemy in his
rear.
Col. Gates immediately dispatched Lieut. Col.
Marks to his relief with '160 men, two pieces of
:annon and plenty of ammunition. Lieut. Col.
arks went to "Penuca with his command per
iteamboat, where he met Col. De Rnssy and his
;ommana], completely tired out, and almost with-
ut a cartridge. As there was an attack antici-
pated, the following night, on'this place, both
parties returned,
Thus ended one of the most brilliant affairs,
for the numbers engaged in it, (terminating with
a ma.sterly retreat') which have taken place dur-
ng this war. Col. ''De Russy was every where in
the hottest of the fight and pointed his solitary
gun several times, while bullets were falling
around him as thick as hail.
Capt. Wyse behaved in a most gallant manner,
and fully proved himself to be a cool and skilful
)fficer. Capt. Mace, after Lieut. Tonnehill was
mortally wounded, placed the latter on the gun
ear~riage a midst a shower of bullets. Capt. Se-
guine has shown himself to be a brave and effi-
eient officer.
I should do great injustice to two humbe buat
)rave men, did I pass them unnoticed-M ichael
?Fury, of Co. A, and Forrell of Co. B. Louisiana
Volunteers. They were in every charge, and be-
haved in the most gallant manner.


Our loss on the occasion was about thirty killed
wounded and missing, while that of the Mexicans
is set down at 160 killed and woun-led.
The following are the names of the killed,
wounded and massing:
CAPT. BOYD'S DRAGOONS.-Killed.-Capt. Boyd,
Sergt Barker, Private Cuviere, Corp. Bruner -
Wounded.-Lieut. Tonnehill, Private Laxton,
Private Wilson.--Missing.-Private H. Brown,
Private P. Burke, Private Marshall Private Mulli-
gan.
THIRD ARTILLERY, Co. D-Wounded.-Private
Chas. S. Allen, Private Peter Russell, Private
James Russell, Private John Ball.-Missing.-
Thomas Mason.
LoUISIANA REGTMENT.-Killed.-Private John
Brown, Company A.; Private Gustavus Colson,


Important News.!
GEN. SCOTT IN THE CITY OF MEXICO!:
By the arrival of the schr. Santa Rosa
from New Orleans, whence she sailed on ftit
3d inst., we are put in possession of the f6l--
lowing facts which the Captain of the Santa
Rosa heard from one of the Pilots at the Ba4
lize, who had read the accounts in a paper
published after (he Santa Rosa left the city.,
According to thebest recollection of Capt.
Stevens, the paper stated that Gen. Scott
had advanced on the city without meeting
with any resistance on the road-that when
within a short distance of the city, he was
met by a Flag of Truce, and informed that
the Capital would not be defended. Ger.
Scott then marched into the city by one
gate and the Mexican Garrison marched out
at the other.


/


comingg events'" have strongly "cast theie1
shadows be'fre."


THE SPIRIT OF PARTY.
The wide spread feeling thab has magl-
fested itself io favor of the eradication of
party spirit, which desi'rable end seems'
lJkely to b'e attained by the election ofGen;:
Taylor to the Presidency, has elicited in'
various quarters arguments to prove thal!
without party combitifions and' party or-
ganizatioin, the government could not bd
administered.
The assertion of such a piroposiiion, od
the part of intelligent and paIrioii Ameri-
chns, wilh the recent examples in ou" owin
history before them, of the successful ad--
ministi'tibn 0 1the Governmeni, during two
Presidemlai iermns, without any such aids;
einces a deep-riooied attachment to a bane.
fui ihsliituiiri.
When leading journals, like the Nort
Arneiican, graiely put forth columns of ar-
anment in suppoiti b0" p'iriv' organization, ii
is well that iosR wh6o believe ihat the up.-
rooting of ali pariy distihciioiis; and ad
Union of the People is essential to a ftiiheir
maintenance of the Union of the States.
should seek by all means in their power, to
destroy the efforts upon the minds of the
People, which are calculated to be produced
by such articles, emanating iromsuch re-
spectable sources. In deciding such imi-
portant questions, pregnant perhaps.,wilhh
the fate of the countiry, and upon w'ijch*
leading journals in the Union are found ai-<
vided in sentiment, it becomes difficult foin
the People, in search of truth, to determinJ01-1
on which slie lies the right, and whichtcourse,
ws most conducive to the preservation of
their liberty and happiness. In such a cri.- ',
sis, what can be more wise and. more-conw-
genial to the feelings of veneration wiich ;
we entertain for the FATH:R or FIS C19 .'C'.b -.
TRY, than to seek counsel from his FA-RE-
WELL ADDRESS (0s' Mhis fellow-citizens,
in which, to use his simple and modest lan-
guage, he offered the "counsels ofoan ofl
and affectionate friend," hoping that tbey
would now and then recur to moderate the
pang of party spirit, to warn against the
mischief of foreign interference, to guard
against the impostures of pretended patriot,
ism." "A solicitude for yo ur.welfa-re.'"
said the. Immortal Washing-ton, whicll
cannot end but with-my life, and the a~pnre'
hension of danger, natural to that solicitude,-
urge me, on an occasion like the present, to
offer to your solemn contemplation, and to,
recommend to your frequent review, some
sentiments, which are the-result of mutch
reflection, of no inconsiderable observation, ^
and which appear to me all important to ihiei-
permanency of your felicity an, a people,
These will be offered to you with the more .-
freedom, as you can only see in them ;thh
disinterested warnings of a parting friend,
who can possibly have no personal motive
to bias his counsel."
I have already intimated to you thedanger of
parties in the State, with particular reference to
the founding of them on geographical distinctions.
Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and "
warn you, in the most solemn manner, against
the baneful effects of the SPIRIT of PARTY gen'
erally.
This spirit, unfortunately, is inseparable frolo
onr nature, having its root in the strongest pas.
sions of the human mind. It exists under differ-
ent shapes in all governments, moreor less stifled,^.
controlled, or repressed ; but in those of a popu-
lar form, it is seen in its greatest rankness, and/is
truly their worst enemy.
The alternate dominion of one faction over
another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natu-
ra' to party dissensiou, which in different ages
antd countries has perpetrated the most horrid
enormities, is itself a frightful despotism.
But this leads at length to a more formal and
permanent despotism. The disorders and mise-
ries which result, gradually incline the minds of
men to seek security. .and. repose in the absolute /


GENERAL TAYLOR.
The enthusiasm of the PEOPLE in favor
of Gen. Taylor has been raised to a still
higher pitch by his Signal letter, whilst the
opposition of a portion of the public press
has been increased thereby in a correspond-
ing ratio.
Amotyg the Democratic portion of the
People a'feeling has for a long time existed
in favor of Gen. Taylor-the expression of
which was, perhaps, repressed by party pre-
judice, which was not likely to be allayed
by the course pursued by certain Whig pa-
pers, and Whig leaders of putting up the
Hero of Buena Vista as the Whig Candi-
date. Fortunately for his success-and for
the country-he has forestalled any such
movement, and saved himself from the op-
position which a continuance of such con-
duct would have excited. Since the pub-
licaliou of Gen. Taylor's letter, the Masses
of the Democracy have everywhere given
vent to their feelings in his favor.
'With the Whig Press, ihe feeling is by no
means unanimous in favor of Gen. Taylor,
and in a few obscure cases his "Signal letter"
has brought out expressions of disapproba-
tion. But a large majority of the leading
Whig papers throughout the Union have
expressed satisfaction at the course he has
therein announced as by him intended to be
pursued on the subject of the Presidency.
Some Whig papers of eminent character
have declared their determination to endea-
vor to maintain t'he organization of the Whig
Party, and insist upon a National Convention
--of which, if Gen. Taylor should be the
nominee, they would yield him a willing sup-
port. They are fully convinced, no doubt,
of the correctness of the opinions which
they advance: that Whig principles are
about to be triumphantly vindicated by the
voice of the People, and that they can. only
be successfully established by the mnintain-
ance of the Whig Party in its present or.
ganization; that the election to office of
no man, Whig though he may be, can re*
dound to the success of Whig principles
unless he achieves his victory by Whig
arms and battles as an APQSTLE of Whig-
gery. From these views, we differ in com-
mon with a;Vast majority of the Whig pa-
pers of the Union. We shall not the less
rejoice at theelecti60_of a marnt o offiMe.
wois- iS-hofn-est and capable, and who is a
Republican i'n sentiment, because he may
owe his election to the fact, that he declined
the support to be derived from party drill
and irarty tactics, threw himself upon the
whole people, and by them was elected, in
consequence of their belief of his pecu-
liar fitness for the station to which he as-
pired.
At this very period, we have before our
eyes editorials contained in the same Whig
papers, who are so coy of touching Gen.
Taylor, rejoicing in what they term a WHIG
VICTORY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE-the election
of Tuck, Democrat, and Wilson, Whig, by
an alliance of the Whigs and Independent
'Democrats. Why should not the same
feelings of pleasure be produced by the
prospect of the election of a President by
a similar coalition of the People of all par-
ties? To us the victory in New Hampshire
is by no means a matter of so much rejoic-
ing as it appears to be to some of our Whig
brethren at the South. Unlike an alliance
of the whole People, without regard to


feeling that successful opposition to Gen.


Taylor is almost hopeless, in despair at the
evident prospect of his election, believing
that at the North, the fact of his being a
slaveholder, will deprive him of the vyIes of
the Democrats, and carry the Abolitionists
and perhaps some ofthe Whigs against him;
counting on the support of Mr. Benton in
the West, have essayed again, the explo-
ded expedient, of presenting to the people of
the South, that amphibious animal-A NOR-
THERN MAN WITH SOUTHERN PRINCI-
PLES-and have put forth Levi T. Wood-
bury in that disguise, with their endorse-
ment of his soundness upon the Wilinot Pro-
viso question. The Northern Democraiic
press have eagerly snatched at the unhoped
for straw, by which to save their drowning
fortunes. But if they calculate that the Co-
lumbus Times, Southern Banner, and Jack-
sonville Nzws speak the sentiments of any,
but a trifling portion of the Democracy, in
the places of their respective publication,
they erroneously estimate the importance of
the papers named. No one in the South has
ever looked to them as exponents of the
opinions of the PEOPLE-they are "brief
abstracts" ofwhat thepotitical leaders, "in
caucus assembled deem proper to be said
and done. The Northern Cat rolled in the
Southern meal tub, as the Mercury aptly
terms the so-called Northern Man with Sou-
thern Principles, is not likely to entice many
Southern mice within reach of his claws-a
more wily man than Levi, tried that experi-
ment-one, whose skill in cat-ticks rose a
shade higher than any other man's in the
country, and caused him to be compared by
his admiring followers, to that astute and
-sry animal, the Fox-but even he, MARTIN
THE LITTLE MAGICIAN, found it no go. No
man anticipates aught but a brief career,"
for this new-fangled plan of putting down
OLD ZACH-save perhaps its author, the
Editor of the Columbus Times, who seems
prodigiously tickled,
E'en at the noise himself has made,"
and parades in his columns, as evidences that
he has struck the right chord, extracts from
two very influential Sourthern Journals-
the Athens Banner!! and Jacksonville
News / !
It could but b- expected, that political
leaders and party editors, whose principles
as John Randolph said, are seven--five
loaves and two fishes-men whose sole con-
sideration in selecting candidates for office,
is whether the success of the nominee ", will
inure to their benefit," should leave no stone
unturned to defeat the election of a man,
who in the bestowal of office, would look to
the Jeffersonian qualifications of honesty and
capability alone-and who would turn no
man out of office for opinion's sake; but we
_2pmewhat surprised to find Whig Edi-


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WM. SYDNEY GREEN.
July 26, 1841. 29-4t
N OTICE-7Mr,. C, J, SHEPARD is my duly
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power of aih individual; and sooner or later, tlh
chief of some-prevailing facIion, more able or moi
forteana-t( than'his competitors, turns this dispos
tiOnQto the purpose-i o'l his own elevation on thU
ruins of public liberty.
Without looking forward to an extremity o
this kind (which nevertheless ought not to b:
entirely out of sight) the common and continue
mishiIef of theo-spirit of -party, are sufficient t
make it the interest and duty of a wise people (
i discourage and restrain it.
,- It serves to distract the public counsels an
enfeebla the public administration. It agitate
the community with ill founded jealousies an
false alarms; kindles the animosity of one pai
against another, foments occasional riot and ir
surrection. It opens .the door to foreign influence
and corruption, which find a facilitated access t
the government itself through the channels a
I party passions. Th-u4 the oolicy and the will o
our country are subjected to the will of another.
'cc There is an opinion that parties in a frn
countrifs, are useful checks upon the administra
1i..n of the government, and serve to keep asi
the spirit of liberty. This within certain limin
is probably true and in governments of a monai
chialcast, patriotism may look with indulgence
if not with fayor, upon the spirit of party. Bu
in those of the popular character, in govern
nmenfs purely elective, it is a spirit not to be en
eouraged. From their natural tendency, it is cei
iain there will always be enough of that spir
&for every salutary purpose. And, there bein
constant danger of excess, the effort ought to I
by force of public opinion, to mitigate and as,
suare it. A 6ire not to be quenched, it demand
h uniform vigilance-to present its bursting into
flame, leit, instead of warming, it should cor
sunir."
The 'period anticipated by our belove
Washington has arrived, when a recurrence
to "these counsels of an old affectionat
friend has become necessary to mode
rate the pang of party spirit," and to guar
against the impostures of that pretend
patr'i6tism," which calls on the Whigs an
ithe Democrats to Rally under the Banner
of Party It is this pretended patriotisr
which exclaims in the ears of the People
*, that. parties `are useful checks Upon th
administration bf the goverrniment and serv
.to6 k eep AiiV6ive' 't) I Ypr't A bf I Iberty."
We say to the People, you have the ar
guments ond appeals of your political lea
ders and political writers-and you have th
'warning counsels of that "old and affec
lionate friend," who led you through th
'wilderness and brought you safely unto th
"-6land of promise"--the appeals of th
Y'ormer are uttered whilst they are goade
-with the bitterness of party spirit, and file
"with the lust of power-the sageadvice ofth

latter was delivered by one who was all fo
-his country-it is the "disinterested warn
ing" of a departed friend, who co&.ili pos
"sibly have no personal motive to bias hi
"counsel." Choose ye!

[From the N. 0. Corn; Times.]
IMPORTANT DI-COVEtJES--THE THREE
MILLIONS IN OPERATION.
There is a strange letter in hlle last n'um
her of the Span'sh pap'er tile PdIria, pub
Tished in this city, frdnl a correspondent in
Havana, headed by tild a iovestrikin words
'The writer, who dates his communications
"the'16lh inst., states fiant, as lie is assured
'an individual ofl responsibilityy" hd;1 jus
left Havana for Verii Cruz, inleri'lini t(
proceed immediately i dihe cily of' Mexico
His mission- is of (lie uttfiosi importance
,n'- l if lie arrive in .tii e, he will.s~lve th(
Mexican nation. With this introduction
the correspondent in"formfts the e'diors lha
1he emissary in question is g 'ohe to Mexico
Tor the purpose od i'nil,kirg Sarnia Anna ac,
quainted with an iniIldri-tat discovery whicl
had just been makde, and which was to thf
'following effect :.. ..
The Consul-Genierail of the U. States
'Gen. Campbell, at: Havana, has beei) tn con.
"slant commurnicationi With the Govprnmen
"at \V.tfin'.,iitiin. attd Gen. Scoif. The des.
patches received by tim by thie last E-nglisl-
S,'itnne,, (from Vera Cruz, we pr'esume,
wvere of great impilortance; Althouglh' "tu.
thentic information, hereoii is particularly
confinedl to the Co'nsnl *Gener;)l and hi:
clerks, it was generally credited in Havana,
particularly in commercial circles, that the
:deslmtches in question treated of nothing
more nor less than (he employment of ihe
$3,000.000 enirusiedi to Mr. Polk, by the
Co'naress olf the United States, and which
were now to le used for ttbe pin-pose of cor-
rupting tihe most iufltiential men in) Mexico.
The names of Arigta; Ampudia, Almonte;
C'analize, and Reidn Were quoted ,-s those
wvho had been Ihought wail| American nmn-
By ,~sadre, de IdCoitfi, and obr
uii are said to be ineoti-upfibte. The for-


m er will do all they cad to procure peace;
6i at least, as long as the war lasts; to favor
the Amriecaus, &e. Thai such' i erson, ;is
the etmtissary above described, has left
Havanta for Vera Cruz is, says the Patia''s
correspondent, positive; and olher circum-
stances, such as his taking papers from the
Mexican Consulaie, &C., combine to invest
the preceding account of the object of his
journeyV with an air of authenticity and truth.
Some at Havana believe that peace has been
agreed on, and that the traitors, in pretend-
ed disgust, will quit thei-r country to go to
Cut*1c there to enjov their ill-gained trea-
aore.- portentous affair!
In reference to the above, we do not he-
lAve there is a word of truth in such ridiculous
stories regarding the employment of the so-
mnuch-talked-of $3,000,000. It would be
.strange indeed -for foreigners in Havana to
'haw -ceess to General Campbell's office, to
Hteari'-the contents of important despatches.
Idle rumors, such as the above, can never
-effect a Prfisifcemat of the United States.-
,19t 'hbifg would authorize the slightest sus.
Ipjcion that he would stoopto any such dis-
,creditable means to hasten an ,eveat so ar-
dently desired by every friend of humanly,
Wiz., Peace. No-, on the contrary, we fear
,that our intractable neighbor will require
applications of a-kind of metal different from
'gold or silver, to bring her to her senses-
-applications through which she has. by her
own sheer perversity, already so lamentably
*Suffered. But so it is with these half-
-civilizeed people: they have been encouraged
4o imagine anything, through the extreme
.mildness of our policy-our diplomacy, we
mean-more intense after each victory.-
Mexico does not U'nderstand us; she mis-
takes our magnanimity for weakness; our
offers of friendship are taken by her as
proofs of our fears. Still dreaming of
vOt/ory, ,after each succes.sjv.e ,defeat, sle


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of [From the Tallahassee Sentinel.]
al GENERAL TAYLOR.
to The New Jersey papers publish a leti
to from Gen. Taylor, dated June 21st, in re
id spouse tn his nomination for the Presidenc
es at a Whig meeting held in Trenton, th
id identical place which has given one ofot
rt
3- Senators so much trouble of late. TI,
,e General says:
of "I embrace this occasion to remark, th,
of if the people of this country desire to pla(
me in the high office of Chief Magistracy,
ee do not feel myself at liberty to refuse; bu
a- on the contrary, in that position, as well 9
ve one more humble, it will ever be my ic
ts and constantendeaivor to serve the couni
r- with all the ability I possess."
v,; The Editior of the Louisville (Ky.) Jouk
z- nal having stated that he had recently see
" letter addressed by General Taylor to
-it gentleman of that ciiy, in which Gen. Tai
19 lor twice declares tiiiself- a Whig," th
be Washington Union expresses dodubsi an'n
Is challenges the production of the letter. T
a this challenge the Journal makes the ro
lowing entirely satisfactory response, which
d places Gen. Taylor in preciselyy the polit
hcal position which we have all along beli(
e ved him to 6cc~upy":
i- "The letter of Gen. Taylor, to which w
d referred, was addressed to the Hon. W. J
Graves, of this city, by whom it was show
d to us on the 27th of June ult., and by whoe
d we were authorized to make the use of
rs that we did make. In regard to that letti
a wee now reiterate our statement. Ge,
Taylor twice declares in it that he is. ",
, WiG,"_he declares this directly and un
e eqnivocally. At the same time, as we re
e marked before, he disclaims all partisan
bitterness, and avows his anxiety to see h
beloved couutrv delivered from the disai
trous consequences of violent partyism. I
" one paragraph he says, that, althoughh him.
e self'a Whia,' yet, if he had the power t
. make a President ofthe U. States, and
e lie knew Who, in the iigh office of Pres
dent; would administer the Government i
e thle greatest purity and do most towards re
e storifig it to what it was in the earlier day
d of the Republic, he would make that ma
d President; no matter to what party he migl
nominally belong."
1"The sentiment is worthy of tlhe old pa
r triot-hero, ind it may b, regarded by all pa'i
ties as an indication of the spirit in which
he himself will administer the Governmer
when his countrymen shall tall him to th
s Presidency."
To the samd puiiport, the Norfolk (Va.
Herald publishes the following letterfror
E an officer of the V-irginii Regiment, "Ion
known to us (says the Herald,) as a gentle
man of charadie'r and intelligence, in whos
n judgment and veracity we have entire con
f ridebce."
1 CAMP NEAR t1UINAt VISTA, June ii, i84"7
---- "I hope to b)e with you at the nex
t election, and give "a lonb pull, a stron
o pull, and a pull altogether," for Old Rlu'gh
* and Ready. I see by the Democratic pa
; pers that they ate trying to thrgw sotn
e cold water on his nomination for President
, and to doubt whether his political prince
t ples are of the Whig Schod[. f have the sa
o tisfaction to know that heisa genuine Whig
This I have learned from his most intimate
1 friends, and among others friom his own bro
e iher. So that there can be no misga'ke in
thig matter. 1 also know, that he is the
, avowed candidate of tHe wh6le airm; and tha
lhe will go it in 1848 with a perfect rush. A
t I am now on politics f will give you an ide;
(of the state of parties in our rediiiiehi.
Ofthe 13 Captains, 9 are Whigs.
S Of the 39 Lieutenants, 28 are Whigs.
'lih C'olonel and Major are Whig, anm
the Lieut. Col., although a :Democrat, i;
s an open advocate for "Ohld Rough and Rea.
,dy" for the next Presidency. Two-thirti
! fthe raiik and file ofthe regiment are als(
tWh~igs. Gen. Wooi; who is now in corn
!mend of our division, is a Whig, as als
a large majority of the offcers in tihe Nortt
SCarolina and Mississippi regitnents, a'nd
amu satisfied that if an election was to tak
place in our camro to-day on politiea
;grounds, that ,.we could show you a "Bethel'
if not an "Ol'l Trap" majority. After thi,,
statement of facts, I think you wvilJ agre
wi'lh me that tlhe WVhigs have a curious way
of affording "aid and comfort to the e~nemy.'
Santa Anna, I am certain, thinks so; and ]
am sure he would rather r'eceive such aid
and comfort as his friend James K. Polk at:
for'ded himn, than any he has received fromf
Taylor, Scott., Wool, &c."
Another letter fr~om a gal[tant and distin-


gushed Kehiuckian, who has "done the
State some service;, c oniairis the following
paragraph in relation to Gen; Taylor:i
He is a firm, self-poised, clear, sensible,
plain, honest man-concurring with the
Whig party in all its prominent opinions.
A Clay Whig; for he would prefer Mr. Clay,
as President, to all other living mieni; and
next to him, Crittenden."

FIRE IN TrfE PRAIRIES.-We have lately
seen several intelligent gentlemen from the
West. They cntcur in the opinion, hu-
morously but forcibly expressed that Gen.
Taylor will go into the Presidency by "spon-
!sneous combustion." One of them assures
us that such is the feeling, that each of
the two great parties of the country may no-
minate its candidate by caucus or convention
and Taylor will beat them both. Every vol-
unteer who returns, whether Whig or Loco
heretofore, is now s Taylor man-and a few
months henee, when thousands shall have
returned, there will be such an infusion of
the.Taylor feeling, that all opposition will
vanish, just astrhe dry glass flies before the
flames kindled on a clear autumn day in the
great prairies of the West---[Winchester
Republican.
-* Would it not be lawful to marry two
wives!" exclaimed an enthusiastic young
bachelor' desperately in love with a couple
of country cousins. Try one, to begin
with," was the rejoinder of a surly old Bene,
diet.


he [From the N. Y. Herald.]
is OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION AND TH]
ed FRENCH STEAMER UNION.
This elegant French steamer, which ar
rived in our port on Thursday, is certainly
one of the finest steamships we have eve
seen in our harbor. We visited her fror
er her upper deck to her keelson, yesterday
and now furnish ourreaders not only with
e- description of her, but also with the par
:y ticulars of her passage across the Atlantic
ae The Union left Cherbourg on the 22d c
June, at 7 o'clock in the morning, and ar
r rived here on Thursday the 8th of July, a
le 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The day of he
departure and the day of her arrival being
at divided, as.is generally done in the case c
re the Engtish steamers, the French steam-
I ship has made her passage in fifteen days in
t, stead of sixteen. This is quite a remarka
gs ble trip for a ship that had never before mad
le her way across the Atlantic, and whose of
ry ficers were somewhat ignorant of the road
In addition to this the chief engineer ha
k'- .hown us his log book, in which it is stated
that for the purpose of repairing the machi
n nery, and arranging some other matters, th
a Union was stopped fourteen hours during
y. the voyage. It is unnecessary to say any
ie thing relative to the difference between New
Id York and Cherbourg, and Boston and Liv
d erpool.
o The second day she was at sea a head
I- wind began to blow, and kept blowing du
h ring the whole passage. On the third day
out, a fatal accident took place in the en
gine room. The second machinist, named
e- Thomas, having come down td the lo*6es
jpa rt eo the machinery, was fixing a screw
ie when the unfortunate man Wa struck bo
j. the head by the lever and his skull broken
rn Thomas had strength enough in reach th
M deck, where the surgeon of the Union gav
it him every attention which a most touching
er solicitude could suggest; but the poor man
n. after twelve days of the roost horrible ago
A ny, died and was launched to his last resting
n. place in presence of all the officers, crew
e- and passengers, who assisted in the cere
n monye evidently with the deepest sorrow. 1
is Catholic priest who was among the passen
s- gers, L'Abbe Butem, presided at the cere
n mony; and this solemn burial was a sad
7- spectacle.
o This was the only remarkable incident
if that occurred during the voyage, and the
i- Union arrived here safe and in good order
n Before reaching her pier at the foot of Clin
8. ton street, she met with some difficulties dc
's signed by a sloop, by which one of her boat
n was crushed to pieces; and when near the
wharfa German brig having refused to move
broke her left paddle box. with its bowsprit
a- But now the Union is safely fastened to the
i, wharf. In" a few days she will be ready to
h receive visitors, who may assure themselves
it of all the elegance and comfort which can
be displayed by the French officers.
The Union has for her capta'itf Edriidt'i
Hebert, Esq., Knight of the Cross of Honor
a very amiablegentleman, and whois known
n to be an excellen-t officer.
g Mr. D'Hesecque; an oyld officer of the
,. navy, and a very fine old gentlemen} full o
urbanity, act, as Messirs. Herault & Han
del'g p'cflal agent on board of the steamer
Then comes Mr. Laine, the second offi
cer, who has himself been a captain in the
. merchant navy. Then there are two lieu,
tenants, Mmrs. Branden and Tonastre.-
The Surgeon is Mr. Parr'fson; This gen,
h tiemian, whose medical knowledge has beer
mentioned to us principally in relation t(
the accident of the poor machinist, is a
t, very fine looking gentlermfani odrthy of thf
rank he ocnrleis;
Thb f'achinest in chief is Mr. Joannet
having the rank of on officer. The crew is
cortlposed of 54 sailors and boys, 1S firemen
3 cooks, a baker, a chamber maid, and six
n servants. We must also mention four ma.
e chinistm, having rank of masters; three mas-
t ters, the first carpenter, the two other mas-
sters of dlie crew; then one furniture maker.
a The form of the Union is quite elegant
and bold. Her mastsslirn and strong, and
tapering; the figure which stands at her
head represents a golden eagle terminating
d in a dragon's tail. The machinery which
shlas been cast at Le Creusot" foundry,
.possesses great beauty of design, and is
carefully finished, and moves with' the Ut-
omost ease andi facility. In short, it wo'rks
charmingly.
o Let us now visit the cabins appropriated
hto passengers. The only one we find on
I deck is occupied by the captain, the super-
e intendent and the surgeon, A small parlor,
, with a divan, i sin the rotddle of these rooms,
,and fronting them1 the wheel, compass, &c.
s Under deck are the cabins occupied by
[the passengers. They are divided into two
e long sections along the ribs ofthe ship, and
, end with the dining room. In tile middle
[ of these rooms are two sinai- square b idtks,
! in which are also rooms and a parlor for the
.ladies. Th~e dining room, instead of being
like those of 6thersteamers--longitudinal-'-
occupies the whole b'r'eadth of the ship, in
an oblong way; and aiding the rib's of the
"steamer are two large Fre nc'h windows,


which may be entirely opened, when weath-
er allows iR, and permit the fine breeze to
enter and delight the passengers
ihe long table of the dining-room, of ma-
hogany is pierced with holes, in which a-e
placed very elegant silver castors, contain-
ing each a bottle of wine, a tumbler, bowl,
salt, pepper, two wine glasses, and a decan-
ter. The entire service of the table is of
silver, gilt inside,
We congratulate iassergers, who, ex-
empt from sea sickness, are able to share
such a bonne chere during their voyage from
France to New York, and vice versa. The
bread is made every day on board the Union,
and we were shown arI apparatus for chang-
ing salt water into a sweet beverage. The
wines, claret, burgundy, port, sherry, ma-
deira, are on the daily bill of fare, and
champaign runs freely twice or thrice a
week.
Fronm the dining room, to which Ere ad-
joined the office and pantry, we return upon
deck and find ourselves before two guns,
which are not peace maker" guns, but to
be used for salutes, and placed like guns in
a frigate.
The Union is rigged with three masts.-
On the foremast she carries three yards,
main-topsail and royal. The mainmast, in
consequence of its proximity to the chim-
ney, which is immediately forward, carries
0O square sails, but occasionally a spencer
or stay-sail. The mizen is furnished with a
gaff and siianker. She carries a jib aud fly-
ingj*
W. ,s?.apJ fiow gcnduct our readers into


besides. This looks like being obliged to
pay for being hanged. Under the. old tariff,"
the farmers, we know, got something for
their corn; but under the new law, the
free-traders say it is worse than nothing to
the western owner.

CLAIMS FOR. PENSIONS At4D BOVDKTf
LANrD.-The Union of Saturday evening
publishes thee fo0lowin'g information to clao'-
mants on the Pension Office; and particu-
larly relating to the Volunte'rs 6flthe pre-
sent war with Mexico:
For the information of persons who hav6
claims for pensions or bounty lands, the
Commissioner of Pensions has requested us
to state that no preference can be given in
any case to a claimant or agent who,,may ap-
pear in person at the Pension Office. For
several weeks past, the office has been visi-
ted by claimants and avgets who reside
short distance from the seat of government,
to urge immediate attention to their busi-
ness. To give stich persons the preference
over those who reside at a greater distance,
would be manifest injustice. The War
Department has therefore renewed the regu-
latons of former years; and notice is now
given, that all claims received by mail or
btherwise will de acted on in -'the order in
which they are received at the office. The
great and unexpected increase of business in
the Pension Office will, as a matter ofcourse.
cause some delay in the examination of
claims, but th6se who are concerned may
rest assured that the greatest exertions are
now making to expedite the pension and
land business, and that the strictest impar-
tiality will be observed in taking up claims
according to the order in which they are re-
ceived.
We understand that during one morning
of the present week, the number of letters
was so great as to take nearly 4j hours to
examine them,

THE ALL POWERFULLNESS OF GEritTS.-
Between this sun of the souli whi'ch God
has placed as a deacon between 6ufaelies
and him, as an elevation far above us, and the
millions of 'our Wenfii who must strengthen
and enlighten themsel'ves by it, hypocritical
prejudices; the low hated of mediocrity, the
petty teaetion of the idolaters, may accumu-
late thick unwholesome vapors, but it is only
for a time, and the immortality of genius
can await patiently for its day of triumph.
All those who have watched the sunrise
upon the Alps from some lofty peak, have
seen from Mount Ce'nis, first the night, ibe
vast night, sad and voidi but in which, one
would say, a creation was elalborating itself
--then the first ray of K6 trempling
upon the horizon, vague and pale; like a
timed and uncertain hope; then the long line
of fire cutting the blue heaven, firm and de-
cided as a promise; and then at a .giien sig-
nal, the sea ofvapor mounts slowly from the
abyss, gray and hombre as doubt, extending
itself from a shroud between the earth and
the star of day-, rising like a bad thought be-
twen the word and truth-; to which succeeds
the struggle, eminently poetic, betwen'thi6'
orb apparently beamless arnd lifeless, an'd
the rolling mist, here black as envy; there
dull and heavy oas senseless ignorance, a-
biting cold the iIh'ile encircling yoiu in its
serpent like folds threatening your heart
like uficedrtainty in the hour of the trial,
until at last the sun, disengaging himself
from the cloud, teveals himself high in hea-
ven, calm in his glory, and inundates you
in the midst of the dazzling snows, with
warmth and light. Such is the life of Ge-
nius.


the room called "Chambrede 2de Class,'
E (second price cab'in.) This room, we mus
confess, is as well distributed as the first one
excepting the meals, which are not perhaps
y as good. In the main cabin the arrangement
, are as comfortable as in the first. There
'n are 84 beds in the first cabin; five room
" are furnished with four beds each, ore wiji
a six, and the others with two, like the othe
r- steamers. All the furniture is made of ma
-" hogany, carved in style, and the chairs, arm
)f chairs and bureaux are of a magnificent
r- model. These last pieces are covered will
at red crimson velvet, velvet which looks sim
tr pie and very elegant. The bedding is a
g soft and good as desirable; and the berth
dre as airy as possible.
In short, the French steamer Union
l- whose length on deck, from tafferel to nigh
e heads, is 196 feet, with a breadth of bean
e of 42 feet, is a magnificent ship. We mus
" confess that the painting is not so clean as
" desirable, but the French Government- afte
s its long delays, did not at best have suffi
d cieat time for the edrripany to fit Out this
steamer as they desired to. We have beei
0 assured that the next steamer to come, thi
g Philadelphia, will be a model of elegance.
v INDIAN INQUISITIVENESS.-4"Ask me n(
questions and I'll tell you no lies;, used to
d be a common saying with parents, when the
- children put awkward questions, as terri
y ble children" sometimes will. Some of the
" "great fathers" of the red men, at Washing
;t ton and elsewhere, may feel inclined to"bluf
r, off" the Seminole chief by an application o
n that common saying, when the question
). score along which are spoken of in the fol
ee lowing paragraph from the Cherokee Adio.
g cate:-
, To THE POINT.-It seems the agents or
- the border have been furnished with th(
g amendments to the intercourse law respec-
7, ting the whisky trade among the Indians
- and the regulations issued by Mr. Marcy
. for carrying them into effect, These have
- been made ktnown to the Seminoles, and th(
- chief, Wild Cat, has promised to use his
d influence to suppress the introduction and
vending of all intoxicating liquors among
it his people, but has at the same time for-
e warded a few pungent questions to the hon-
r. orable Secretary, by way of acknowledging
- the receipt of his regulations.
A few years since, he visited Washing
s ton, and was convinced by occular demon-
e station," that it was fashionable among the
6, "chiefs, headim'en, and people" of the Uni-
I. ted States to take a little of the "creature'
e for thelove they bore to it, and he wishes
o to know from Mr. Mercy, whether such is
s still the case? whether he himself, "takes
n a little" occasionally; and whether the
other "big men" are fond of "a horn ?" and
d whether it is worst for an Indian to drink
,? ihan it is for a white many? There is much
n point in these questions, and we hope our
friend will be honored with an answer in due
e time. The homilies read to an Indian on
f the dangers of the accursed "fire water"
- and his great exposure to them can but pro-
voke thoughts similar io those embraced in
- the queris of Wild Cat, when he sees how
e miuchs s'ril1 is consumed in high-places in
- the United States, and that iis introduction
- into the Indian country is legal when inten-
- deal ftr the use of officers anrd troops sta.
n tioned at the military posfs;

; DIRECTIONS FOR DE$ST'RO'YING INSECTS.
e -We are indebted 1o General Johnson, ol
Long Island, for the following directions
, for destroying caterpillars and other noxious
s insects, infesting trees, by A. Taten, who
, was rewarded for his discovery by the diffe-
K rent Societies of Paris, about one hundred
- years ago: Take of common black or bar-
- soap, of the best quality, l'lbs.; flour ofsul-
- phur, 1j mushriooms of any kind, 2 lbs.;
. and iain or river water, 15 gallons. Pour
t one-haif of the water into a barrel of con-
] venient size, and stir in the soap until it be-
r comes dissolved; and then add the mush-
;rooms after they have been slightly bruised.
SNext tie up the sulpher in a coarse open
, cloth, with a stone or other weight sufficient-
s ly heavy to eause it to sink, and boil it in
- the other half of the water, for the space
t of twenty minutes. While boiling, stir the
liquid freely, and squeeze the bag ofsulpher
i thoroughly, before, you lake i't out. As soon
as the water is taken offt(he fire, pour it into
.thie barrel with the other ingredients, with
,which it must be well mixed. Stir the corn-
pound once' at teast every day, until it be-
.comes fetid in the highest degree; for ex-
perience hasi shown, that the older and
more offensive the liquid, the more quick
is its action. The barrel should be closely
covered at all times, except when" stirring
the liquid to use the mixture, it is only ne-
cessary to sprihkle it ov'er the plants or trees,
which may be done very effectua,-lly by a
garden engine or syringe.
..HREE TIMES COMMITTED FOR GEN'L,
TA-riidR.--The Louisville, Democrat said,


one day last week :
"We dare the editor of the Journal to
plt 'up the name of (General Taylor as his
candidate for the Presidency, in 1848. Or
we dare h'im now ig say that he is, or is not
for" hiim" .
To Which the Louisville Journal thus re-
plies: i
"Well, sir, we are for him; ORp him,
FOR him!-And now w6 dare you to say
that you are, or are not 'for him.'"
REVULSION IN THE CORN TRADiE.-The
New York Journal of Comimerce says:
The price of coru is how so different
from the expectation of the owners far
West, that the charges are more than the
article is worth. Large parcels of corn and
some other produce have been abandoned
to the forwarders, and many cargoes the
consignees would sell for the charge. The
original purchase money is therefore a total
loss, and where the owners are able, they
will suffer a still further loss.
The N. Y. Express copies the above, and
appends to it theses remarks :
The editor of the Nashville Union, who
declared that "so long as the present tariff
remains und ist urbed, the price "of provisions
must remain high," can, perhaps, explain to
the corn growers of Tennessee how this fall
was occasioned. The new tariff is in suc-
cessful operation, so the loco focos tell us,
and in the same breath they Say that farm
produce, sent here for a foreign market is a
dead loss to the Western sender, and that
if he is able, he will have to pay something


JACKSON .WHIG,

TO BE P UBSlf~fibD JV_ 2A~SJJf
THE undersigned p'r opos? p hins l igthi
Town of Marianna, Jac!soq, county, F orida, at
weekly newspaper with the above.litle-. ,
This paper will be devploedotp 4erature,'.fAgni,
culture, and. Science; it w i'* a,' tontait dmn
current news of the day andartic6les in supp"rt 0o
th4. Whig Policy. f ... .
The want 'df a local' paper has b'ee. ievrely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington cow.
ties, and has led to the proposed' establish ent of
this Journal. 1-b
The undersigned hope to. ohtai, sp"cirnt t-,
ronage to enable them .o cqmmence ils publiic-'
tion by the 1st of September. ,
TERMs-Three dollars per annum, 1 aDranp.
$3 50 if paid within six months; -or $4 0041t the
end of the year. "
S.. BkNJi G'. LIMObN to.,
July 3i i847.;.
_NOTICE.' 1
"PERSONS having business with' the stvbslc'ri-'
J bers during their absence ficm tfie cityy, will
-lease to apply to Mr. Charles A. Greee? .
July 12 J. DAY )( .& ."
State of Flo'dap..,. '* "
FRANKLIN COUNTY -
TO ,1 person having demands agafngt t.tlh. ..
tate Of Nathan Seymour, la~e of said",a^
deceased, notice is hereby given tha I 4iav.'.g|-'-
ken from the Honorable Court of Po ai
county, Letters Testamentary uponte67
that all claims will be barred-' it "-t prww..
within two years after the date of tthi advet ."p
ment. M I LTON. N; SCTr:.'. -
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-'m-'-:.-.
QEIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Vbferi o toftr
best quality, for sale by
July 17 f. C'. ALi.e .
ULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE,-
for safe by 1 ,
July 17 J. G: AhL-EN.,-.,


S ANS SOUCI H4t~t." .
THE subscribers respectfully infor. theibi
friends, and the public generally, that(,tey.
have opened the above establishment," ad a r
now ready to receive boarders, and lope througli
proper attention to receive a shares of:.p, -r .- '..
The Bar will be well furnished h wit choice
Wines, Liquors- and Segars; and the RIstauraRL
will be well supplied wi.th.Game, Fish and Oys-
ters, of the best quality in season.
JAMES WASSOTk CO.'
Jun6 2'2, 1847.
N. B.--Gentlemen who wish lor refreshment*
in their robfis can be accomodated at short
notice.


AL CARD." ,t,-
THE subscriber begs leave~to inform the citi-,
zens of Apalachicola, and those of theneigh..
boring country, that he has established a press un
this city for the purpose of printing music, com-i
posed and arranged for the Piarfo Fbr, e,:.Ag walL
as for oiter instruments. He. i rintlds to, kerp
constantly on hand a selection d6f, fe most f ial.
ionable pieces, and his prices per.cppy, shall bih
moderate, to suit the times; he al2o, offrs for-
sale, Piano lortes of the most approved maliq
he is prepared fo repair and tune PiahQS,.and put
themin p&6f&t ordei ; he also begs leAtfV tosa,'
that he isready.to give instruction on tle Piaqo
Violin, Fluie; Guitar and all the different.Brass'
Instruments, such as Bugle,-.Cornopeon, Saxhorn,
Trombone, &c., and 6ffers to teach his pupils:atk.
their residence. Th6se wishing to obtain hi$,
services; will find him at all times (except hern.
on a visit professionally) in his music room at the"
.1hacneum, Commerce street.
Orders for Music or Instruments wilI meet with1
prompt attention. H. BERNREUTER,,.
Professor of _Musicw
Apalachicola, July 10, 18A7.' 26-tf
Bull's and $and's,
SARSAPARILLA, just received, for sa1 bi
June 12 H; F.. ABELL-..


AMERICAN CHARACTER.-The popular
pulse beats high not more on account ofthe
valot of our eou'ntiymen upon ihe field 6f
battle, than their chiva'rhic mag6animity and'
kindness (with the exception of a few cases
of personal vengeance for bitter Wrongs) to
their vanquished foes. While the Mexican
soldiers generally murdered and plundered,
even of their clothes, all whom the current
of battle threw into their hands; our brave
men, on the contrary, saved the lives" of all.
who threw down thei" arms; and believed
the wants of their wounded, even in the
heat of the figbit. Lieut. Miles, of the Il-
linois volunteersi in a beautiful letter to the
New York Evening Post, describes the fol-
lowing interesting incidents of the battle of
Buena Vista:
I have seen the young American votruar-
teer, when balls were flying around him
kneel beside a wounded Mexican and let
him drink out of his canteen. On the
morning of the twenty-fourth, When Santa
Anna had retired fourteen miles to Argua
Nueva, our mnien in great numbers scattered
themselves over the field. The shooting
of some wounded horses caused a report to'
reach the ears of Gen. Wool that oui soldiers'
were pulling to death the enemy's wounded,
who. lay in great numlbeirs on all parts of the
field. The General despatched his aid,
Mr. McD'owell, to ascertain the facts, who
accosted an officer by telling him what
General Wool I'iad heard: "You cat se6
what they are doing;" gaid the offeerr Capt.
Gibson, of Indiana, pointing to ddUr meh,
who in all directions were seen giving, bread
and water to the Mexican wounded. Such
noble magnanimous conduct makes me
proud of the American character and of the
land of my birth."


Trusses,: ,
SINGLE and double, for sale bg ... ."
J.uly 17 .... .6..ALLEN.-
.Carpenter's Extract Of Buchu.'a
W ARRANTED gennine, for sale by-, .
July 17 1J. C. ALL1N.'&--


Stationery.
T EGERS, Journals, Day. and C,.'?sh Boolk,.;
J.r Memorandum Books. Fine Fools, Cap, I-et--
ter paper, Pens of every deseription,:Desk Water;!
Pen Racks, Ink Stands, Quills, Sand Boxes, Eq,,
velopes, &c. Algo a very exetensivb assortment?-
of School Books of the latest and' most'approved
editions, for sale by : .....
July 17 j. C. ALLEN.._.
11avid' ABlcis. *
"ELEBRATED Blac& and ged Writf 1'Ik,"
jtfst redeiVed' and for sale b. .."-'.
July 17 J. C. C. LLEN.'-
Extract Sarsaparilla. .......
"'ULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the dozen or"
1) single bottle, by or"
July 17 J. C


Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
T HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
J1 Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


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Coffee.
10BAGS RIOfor sale by
100 May 15 J. DAY & CO.
CREAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-'
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
UST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELR -


MPFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH.idfIX,"
;BITrERS, just received and forisale-
Nov 21 J.'"C. ALLEN,.
M OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH(ENpt1
BITTERS, just received and for sale by,
Nov 286 I ,'F. ABELL, *DrugN "


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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF APALACHICOLAi.....;. August 7;









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!snow,


FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil-
ious and nervous IHeadache, Constipation,
Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Dec !:2 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.

Tarrant's Compound IUxtract*6of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled tor As
^^^us^^ efficacy; it performs a cure.'
in a few days-no confine--
i rent or restriction in diet,
'^1 ^<'A.,< is neces.Rarv. It will be
P ':, ^ fo gli ~ ~ ~ r- W X !!5l3 with the greatest
iBA~~~ Sv''^ i% 'ssibile care, upon well
+r.-..--j ^' tested principles, founded
;,'^. ," .,ipon that important law,
r'A '-.'..".,"-.:- fir3" 4 established by the cel-
"..-, .L>*ebrated Dr. Fordyce, viz:
^_. y^- tlatfa combination of sim-
ilar rmiiedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable efliict, than any equiva-
lent dose of a`ny single one.' In many cases'the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-'
cation. Y-cr sale by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
WINER'S











CANADIAN VYEltAri-3J U GE.
The re::;cdl lo which ','v would call the alten-
tion of tile public, is one which has proved sue'
ces..u. h .r a long time ; and it is unrversar' 0$9?
kniowle(Led by all who have tried it, to'b'e "Ie A
SUPERI{ OR to any othe'rrmedicine ever eiilplfvecA
in diseases for which it is recommended- it n6t
onlv destrovs AVORMS AND INVIGORATED
THE WH(LE SYSTEM, but it dmssol.es ar:.
carrit-r off'the supera,!-lt''ant slitme or mucIus SO
PREVALENT iN .,E STOMACH AND
BOWELS O, CHILDREN, more especially
those in b;;d health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and byrenoving it, it is impossible for worcms (6
reina in in the body. It is harmless in its reflects
on the system, and the health of the patientl.l
always improved by its use, even "wheh no worms *-*
I ai". discovered.
'hel Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 f t.-, -a-
bottle ai:d is much more easily administeriedtMI,
other. 83
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., S3
.Maiden Lane, New York.
11. F. ABELL, Agent
Jain 9 for Apalachicola.
Tfie Grieat Caniadian Remedyt.-
WV!NEEt'S PECTORAJ1- SYRUP
o0 .'OllEHOUND ELECANIPANE. *
Unrivalled for tlhe cure of Couglhs, Colde, Asilnna,
Spitting oot _lood, Whooping Cough ,Dt..fli.'l- ,
ty of Breat^.Jng, Pleurisy, Consumfption? -
and all Diseases of the L ".n s: .... "
Bronchitis, a disease that is s ttpmg thou- .._
sands to a premature grav. under thie,, name?'ol
Consumption, can be cured by using thii siedi- "_
cine.
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has Beco0'e'universal-
ly known, and is considered the best medicine
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
-success which has attended its use in that couri-I
try, and the many truly wonderful curEs Which
have been effected, by it, has induced the'pr6prie-
tors to introduce it into the United States', con-
fident of UTs being the most safe and val'uatble re-
medy ever discovered, and adapted to ali-'djiseestes
of the lungs, when any of the functOins. do 'rot *
perform their natural or hasty awtipn, exerting i a..,.-
most grateful and soothing, influence v 've -f .-
f'unctions of' the whole system, diminishing ex-- -
citement when excessive, -allaying irritation,
sorenessand pain, arid speedily inipartingrehewn
ed vigor and elasticity, to the whole frame.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retaA, b.-
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden LanejR.ew
York, sole proprietor for the Uniied States.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.
Balsani of Liverwort.
A REMEDY most perfect is satid, Row to bi
discovered in settled Cuiisiiirip~itr,, ,. ic(r "
Complaint, or any of their in,,, i. cnt ^.f. fuIi.1.,'" :
on the Chrono-T'hermal system, by'^.tibe use or
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated niedtcine, the
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVEIKWOHT, which he pr.
pares at 375 BOWFRY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several emine{t physiciahsisi}
and has been for a hong time, the secretrofthe
unparalleled success \l,,..;h has attended Doctor ,,,.
Taylor's medicine in performing its wondorfu|
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the~eonclusive proofs
the Doctor can bring forward a~re irresistible, and
we advise all who may hav'e coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific withoui
delay. "Franklin says a small lealk will sink at
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C.. ALLEN, Sole Agenit for
Apalaehicola.'
CAUTIoN--The genuine Doctor .T-yLOn'6
BALSAM o LIVERWORT,'*has on the bottle's
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits, ,signed. by Gurdon. J. Leeds, an~y other id


vie and dangerous imitations, and the public arO
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, a., it iN
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 18,16. 12-1y .


S~reci ia~rhi -~-otic~i~---


NEV .)RLE-\N T TYPE FOUNDIT)
AND
'Printers, Furniahirg- WVareliouse.
S; .-' iX. 11 t anal.street Row.
'T 4 undersigned beg leave to announce to
JkPublishers and Printers, that they have e0-
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 no expense was spared to
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
every respect, we will venture to say it will be
'found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
'teit sty1e, to which we would call the attention
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
articles Manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
"rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
at tiff North ;* and as we shall sell Type at New
Yorkp.r;.n--, we trust to meet with encourage-
meant.
We are'now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. .We would also particularly call the at-
tention ofrPrinters to our LEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which 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 Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
every-othar article required in the Printing busi-
nzss, .will be kept on hand, and furnished at
manfacturer's pri'es.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Nev"paper ,,- Jo.,b Prti,,ing Office will be fur-
nishe.i with an ,.-,tAii ,t in detail for the same,
. bv-s'tating h sizh e .:.. I',.;i: aper, or the particular
stvleani quantity .of ..1r; to be executed.
";'lK.The propneto.,,,-i f newspapers who will
, Ip~ublT~h thi.i3a~d>'e'rti3:.l 'lt six months, and send
a1,apei- t'-o3 ou ir o, ..i 1 e. y, will be.paid for the
.advertki4.-ment b, poi.: h :, ,,ng six tires the amount
vl'.adaeritifis ig bill ,I \7 ,:..
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, -IS-17. 19-3m 17 Canal st. Row.
NOTICE.
/A LL persons are hereby warned not to con-
tract'for, receive, or to ship any Cedar Tim-
ber, cut or taken froom 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 eri-'i,.l ii cutting and collecting a quantity
of Ce'.lar lr',,,1);-ron the-Lands of the said Compa-
ny, viz: on Crooked and 0,lockoney rivers, to
aeaisit from their unlawful trespass, and not at-
't,'rnpt to remove said Timber. The penalties of
t ii -'I t v will be strictly enforced against all the
,parties, inanywise connected or implicated.
JOSEPH DELAFIELD,
LEWIS CURTIS,
Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co.
By'their Attorney:
JAMES E. BEITNER.
Apalachicola,I Ap'ril '24, 1817-'. 1546t
Cabinet Furniture.
AMES H. COOK, 9:2 Broadway, near Wall
street, New York, offers for sale, a full and
,,complete assortment ot'CABINET FURNITURE
*alnd CHAIRS, which he warrants to be equal to
*any in the city, at the following unusually low
rates:
Mahogany Sofas from ?. to $150 each.
do. Chairs 30 to 120 per doz.
do. Rocking Chairs from $5 t -, ?- each.
do. Bureaus $5t.-!'', "
60. Card Tables 910 t... .' "
do. Centre Tables, -.:jt,,5:' "
do. French Bedsteads, $18 to $90 "
Also Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses and Bed-
-iing of the finest qualities and at the lowest mar-
ket prices.
NS. B. No extra charges fer picking and ship--


0f H-IHD,3 St. Croix Sugar;
10 23 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
"50 Maft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
20 Sperm (,,! 1;.k.-; 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 bags Shot; I'), kegs Powder;
2000 [bs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure."
fFor sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.


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Tarrant's Ef eryeseesil Seltzer
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
and healthful condition of body produced
by the use of TARrIANT'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 Costivenes;, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates will
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bile, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
Drags & Pledecines.
THE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York, -a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
i5hloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
ipicae, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-
ina, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-
sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of
,all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


BENJAMIIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
U. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GR-OCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SIPII
CHA.NDLERY, &ce.
24 Water street.
San 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Hardiln,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
"- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 A[)alachicola, Fa.
SHoberts, Allen & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And M/[anufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wm. W. Sims. WM. W. CHrEVER.
Sims & C5heever>
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.


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


I8Q---~lr~..n~---, ~cl.~-~n


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

JLantp Oil.
WINTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.
OLD -Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Florida Molasses.
N tierces and barrels, for sale y
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.
"SET 'EM UP."
Athea.Eenii Bowling Saloon.
HE subscriber bogs leave to announce to his
T 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
her-?,,fore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by settling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf


Pantacea.
HOUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
and for sale by
June. 12 H. F. ABELL.
Hoarhound Candy.
PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoarhound
Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABELL.


Bagging and Rlope.
100 PCS Kentucky Bagging;
100 100 coils Rope;
4 bales Bagging Twine, for salelby
WM. G PORTER & CO.
Dee 5 41 Water street.


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.'1,' L ND\[i" 'F -'_, 1"ItL ', ,NSTITUTION
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
PROPOSED AND AGREED TO BY THE SECOND
GENERAL ASSESIULY; SUB J ERC TO THE
ACriON OF THE NEXT GENERAL
ASSE-N.BLY.

.,n -Ict so to amend 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 within this State one
year, the elective franchise.
S ECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of" F, lo-
rida in General assembly conven_.1, 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 ofibr-
ing to vote, 6 citizen of the United States, and
who -[dlt 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 don-
stitlition 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 Regulaar 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 same.
Passed Senate, December 1, 1846.
D. H. MAYS, President Senate.
H. AiCHIER, Secretary Senate.
Passed House, December 16, 1810.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps,
M. D. PAPY, Clerk.
3n Act to amend the Constitution of!this State
so as to take the sessions of the General As-
sembly biennial instead of annual.
SECrTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of Flo-
rida, in General .i:.-.._..', convened, That tile
second coarse of the l'...,, ,' ticle of the Constitu-
tion of this State be so amended as to read as fol-
lows, viz.: 2d. The members of the House of
Repre6ntatives shall be chosen by the qualified
voters, and shall se:,'ve for the term of two years,
from and after the day of the l:st election under
the amended Constitution, and no iu,-Iler; and
the sessions of the General Assembly shail 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 it further 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.
Sec. 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 whero 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 .:hall be
chosen, and shall have attaTined 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 1S4,1: 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 ofiSenators unexpired at the first
election under the amended Constitutien, shall
extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in
October-, eighteen hundred and fifty.
Se(. 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, 1S46.
D. H. MAYS, President of Senate.
H. AR'CHEB., Secretary of Senate.
Passed House of Reps., Dec. 29, 1846.
S ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps.
March 13, 1S47. 9-6m


EP. i4. Nourse, H1. li. toe,-- H. W.VBrooks.
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCtHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 'Apalachicola, Fla.


IN" TRHE -WESTE RN C IRC UIT
OF F.OISiJA.
IN Fra'awi-p i Circuit Court.
IN" CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.
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; }Bill for Dower.
JohnAW. Campbell; IHudson
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
Sloan; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross,.
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald; Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William if.
Brockenbrough and the Bank
of Pensacola,
_Defendants.
T appearing to the satisfaction" of the Ju3dge of
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the Western Circuit
of 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. Hepburn, 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 State of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
Branch and William 11. 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 polished in any newspaper printed in this
Circuit once a week for four months from the
date hereof'. Dated April 11, 1517.
GEUNGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNER,
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m
In District Court of tlie United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean,' andjl !
others, owners of the ]
steam boat Augusta, I
vs. Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle,, apparel and
furniture. J
-YTOTICE is hereby given to ail whom it may
1M concern, that by virtue of an atLachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
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 Mondiy (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 15th day of May,
in the year 1,87. ROBERT MYETS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAYLOR, D. M.
May 22, 1S47. l!9-tf
Fnratiklin Circnit Cor't,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel"
Adams, George W.
Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
trading underthe firm }-Sum sworn to ^1.513 90.
of Barnard, Adams Damages --. 1 ),~,,-
& Co.;"
VS.
John Dill. 1
rmtE Defendant and al others interested, will
-Lk take notice of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable to the December
Term, 1847, of Frarklin Circuit Cournt, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Plaintiff's Attorn'ey.
Apalachicola, Aprfl 13, 1817. aprill7 14-4m
Franislis Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. > IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. \ Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al.
GEORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
VTthe 22d April, 1816, 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
inforested, to appear bef,,r, me in the city of
,. ,;oja on the seventh (7th) of April next,
; re to present or defend their respec-
,'.?, &,C.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
0- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-it
W-- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
Apalachicola, April 24,1847. 15-2m
"', 8C| The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.


BUtMIC0 ttir .

Charles Rogers JohnMunn. Eugene W. Rogers.
Chbas. o]gers & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY.
Green & Contitcry,
COMMISSION M E R C 1 A N T S,
No. 36, Water street.
APALACHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York.
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 5 No. 36( Water street.
X0o11n S. Ilntcliinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHt1ANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.
Jas. F. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Dec'5 Apalachicola, Fla.
P. W. Cullen,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage.
Oct 21 APALACHICOLA, FA.
Cooke & Hlorne,
COMMISSION ME RCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans
ANDREW S. COOKE. A.mos HoRN.
feb 8.
Bell & Laxvson,
IMPORTERS, MERCHANTS, AND
COMMISSION AGENTS,
Jan 23 BAlINBRIDGE, GEOrGIA
Edward MIcCuily,
AUCTIONEER,
Office No. 50, Water street,
-^Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCIIANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFAULA, ALA.


FRES1t ARRIVAL OF
Drug's, medicines, Paints, 01IS
Dye-Stilvis, Perfumery, &c. '
^salh TIE, undersigned returns his thanke
S-7-77 to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving an addition-
al supply, which added to his former
stock, renders his assortment unusually lage
and complete. English, French, German ind'
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; CRass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of Which he warrants
pure and unadulterated.
H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.


Lockihart & Young,
COMMISSION and FORWARDING
M E R C 1 ANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
nov21 Apalachicola, Fla.
JERE.IrAII DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.


(


J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Also, Agents for the Etna Insurance Co."
the Protection Insurance Co." and the "H-art-
ord Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Harper & Hlolmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
also,
A ment,, /or the
SUN MUTUAL .INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of AlVm Yor,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wmi. G. Pot-ter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
ME RCHI-ANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dee 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


D. R. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
M\ERC -HAANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Ko!-w,
Nov. 28,V1.!6. 'ki-,ihchicola, Fla.


ALVA WYLIE, WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & MlcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-,
No. 42 Water street,.:
Sept. 1, IS16. Apalachicola, Fa.
S. & J. Scliiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
0 Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.


/


CL3 Lotton bought on order.
Refers to


H. F. Abell,
WHOLES _ALT 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.
H. D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec. 20, 1815. Apalachicola, Fa.


B. F. HOLDEN, } ,T Oln
J. G. DUNLAP, New Orleans.
Messsrs. IVYLIF & MCKENZIE, }
J. S. HUTCHINSON-,


Apalachicola.


WM. SYDNEY GREEN,IM.lD.
{ May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.
Dr. A. W. Chapman,
Ctj Office over the DrugStore of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf

W. Gx. IH. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAWV,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and 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-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September S, I- iG.

A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, .No. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
, cor. of Centre & Commerce street.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
1. E. Owens,
ATTORNEY AT LA ,W
CLAY'TON, Barbo'r County, Alabamna.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf

JoIs BIilbi,.
ATTORNEY AT LA ,r,
ALBANY, GA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of th(-
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5, 1S45. 3J--tf

L UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersined
having been appointed Inspector of Liu:ber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to afl
duties appertaining tosaid appointment.
CORNELIUS GIZADY.
March -22, 1S 5.


Benjamin Salter,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 18315. Apalachicola, Fla.


Ls. Fred. E. Dunas,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION
M E R C H A NT,
No. 2 Columbus Block,
Dec 6, S185. Apalachicola, Fa.
ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
ff. 1H. aylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 Iy Apalachicola.
Fr.;*icis Kop1ian,
WIrFOTLESALF AN-T. RETAIL DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, ,' -tOES, HATS, AND
C LO'TjHING, &o.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apilachicola, Fla..


ping.
February 27, 1817.


7-3 m


H. R. WOOD.


Wood & Co.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
M MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Building, I
Oct. 31. Apalachicola
T. S.. A lStil & Co.,
C024MMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.
Jr. C. Allen,
lWholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS
GLASS, BRUSHES, &-c., &c.
also, ,
A general assortment Of
BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERlY, &c., &c.
cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. l![avwley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dee 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
J.. 51. & J. M11. IISl,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Dec!12 APALACHICOLA, FA


Vmfiif tratov. Notic .

N- OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Probates tor Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tra'tion of the estate of Donald Campbell, late bf
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m
NOOTICE.-Six months after publication o0
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson conntv, 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. 5-6m Administratrix.
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, 1846. 44-6m


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.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-6m
Peter's Vegetable AntibiMlious
Pills.
AFRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
OFFAT'S LiFE PILLS AND PH(EN7.
MBITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


Window Glass.
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


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
March 1 H. F. ABELL.
For Sale,
1 BBLS FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
100 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ATS and Caps by the case low tor cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.
For Sale,
10 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
0 50 bbls Flour, by
Feb2. NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ALAD-OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr 1,17 H. F. ABELL
Bay Mguln.
A FRESH supply of A. French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by
June 12 1. F.F ABELL.


Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
THIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


W. T. WooD. E. B. BALLOU.
Wood & Ballon,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Wlionias Preston,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
S. T1. Niclkerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. 1 Columbus Block,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.

Edward MIcCulIy,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DE-ALER
IN DRY GOODS AND] GPROCrEKI'
No, 50 Water street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Franklitl Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,)
VS.
John Dill and Elizabeth In Chancery. '
Ann Dill. J
T having been made to appear by affidavit that
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Dill, reside ou0 of the State of Florida, to wit:
in the State of Georgia. It is ordered that pub-
lication be made for four months, in some news-
paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi-
ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it
will be taken pro confesso.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
July 24, 1817. 28-4m

ROSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Coffee.
I \\BAGS RIO, for sale by
100 May 15 J. DAY & CO.
CREAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
vceived and for sale by
- April 17 H. F. ABELL.
I Sarsaparilla Syrup.
UST received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


. li


i


Drugs and ltMedicines.
__ THE subscriber has, and Will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure-
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Plarlters will find 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 -nig't.
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.


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 Material Information
Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: August 7, 1847
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
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nf. I I C rIEHCIAIJ'llDYEIlTISEll A CARl 1Jortc.1.: berg and Me'ucrnicli received i their illusiri- j r and decisively: ;, No I wilt .- -- --- -' ------ -- ; 4
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o by of
NSnYMOUR: takes this method of inform- .---- ous guests the' foot of (he stairs, the am, entrance." lie proper1 (he police, Count Dubois had a
1 1 PUBLISHKD EVERT SATURDAY EYJ. : Apalachicola and lis TilE AMERICAN BOY. bassador made a short speech, while (hi;-1 I the turned around and ordered hard duty-he was expected to know I .
- vicinity that he has removed down on the corner i carriage, which h.id already reached he thing to be every i
WVMAX.f. l ladies prrpared for
I.. Father presented flowers
1 1 what noise is that, to Napoleou, whc I back street every thing. NiJpolioo's I
to return
of Water and thank to oils
and Centre streets, feeling original
place zeal
Id Xow rumbling through the clouds handed (hem to his wife then ; be attempted to
; giving hem r By (his exculpate
I ful for the heretofore extended to him j means much time
patronage Why do the their hats was lost which himself
Editoi.Tuird rushed
1Jnpltle \ O. :71. D.VVIS, : people wave his arm, ha[ entered thh house accompanied 1 I Prince to all sides: with h'i l orders
he solicits( renewal of t the ame, by offering to And rush along in crowds !" Schwarzenberg pnsseed in entreaties anti
l.IEDI..nt Uuildinsrs corner 01:I jon a very neat and select Stock ol GOODS, consislinsin by Prince Schwarzenberg and followed by r uneasiness, although with great question?, returning again to
. an
Uiltzell's the
: Stoiy It is the voice of a crowd cf people. outwardly. Emperor and received with
1lft oli.' and Chestnut srec1s.'ri.itS. part as follows : cannonry, A flourish ol r calm countenance, while : i extreme
tII t'o'irn-rce Cloths and Caimeres, various styles.t The! clad shouts of the free trumpets accompanied his entrance. Napoleon .. with "poleonTailrl( humility new reproaches and 11t{ her words.
I great patience. He
find. This is ilie day of memory (bought that But the chief of the
do. de. and the any firemen
Fancy Prints ; ; ihe
was.
empress accompanied the
''rir 'Tis Freedom's Jubilee! : attempt his life would vorst
L I q 11..CUprr( ".-Threc }Dollars: per annum,, Alapaca Ln ., If puJ: within 51"I Silks Grode Father and the a back street. The show his zeal, and (to find
" I naiJ; in a4V1', \r Ryne. look up pee garden, and the whole assembly followcd -, I statement: in the' some object upon
'f f 'Moniteur that I
I '1 "J) if pliJ tbereafter.1rItIilfl do.Iontelb How gracefully it flies ; Nspcleon which Napoleon's wrath
4J !nnth*, or ? them. Singers and musicians, disliibutud -. entered his could ven; itself/
r hi tatiell for N. ':11d '=!' wil! invariably be charged foi: Fancy Cashmere R began to as even went so far as to kick him.
will be discontinued unti sing they approached. Othersurpriscs
: :,1111; 'n,1. N'o; p-wr do. Mirino do. quite erroneous. All these
1tI
circumstances It
|; r-* iruiJ, unless at the option of the'I'rl'm"t "It isyour country's flag, my boy, were in store for them. The were told ended by the man's imprisonmenf' and
do. Delaine do. party to
rf II me by immediate
- That proudly brings to liqbt, rye witnesses. subsequent i
f : .-One pare, (twelve line* Muslins, India Hook. \ '- OVr Ocean waves and foreign climes, stopped before 3 well mown lawn on which I will now relate what 1 personally! saw and) fice. ? ignominious dismissal; from, qI-
'Meanwhile!
\I\\tt! nI'! ins.Tied at the rate cf One D1: d \\I!l "
some of :
., '-I Eil in s, Li.le, Cap and Thread. few others, and where an accurate saloon that traces the Hii! jng Princes* con-
fr ; ; representation I had
Cents sue
ir an.l Fifty every ; into the
t, gone for
tn.fir I wish that I gallery tinued
unabaled.
(jr i were now a man, of the chateau I The courtiers and
Shawls Damask Silk. of
: others
Laxenburgh had I fresh air when the
unt inserti( I'd free my country, too ; music arid dancing sud attached
q r":1'! : alvertise by the year a liberal I do. 1\Iat ino. And cheer as loudly as the rest- been prepared. In order to recall still more denly ceased, and I heard screams and loud to Napoleon went here and (here,

dls" ,':t will: !>J *n td > ; b'al all! aJ\'er.ti..cml'nts notsnrttv )F do. litidVoril.. But, father, why'don't you 'i"s vividly (to (he Empress' recollection the confused sounds. I turned round intending messengers tion were dispatched in every.direc.
Kid Lace and Silk Glove -not a trice other$
could
nrt.tUUtZ,; to their own business, as well 1 of her home, dancers in Austrian discovered..
fashion. I'm old and weak bat still to return to the saloon, and flames The
saw
Bonnets latest gelling house
TuskanGip of
sent in them will friend
and
by ,
l.'ertiseaicnts costumes every
\
!I"_ ,:, t suddenly appeared and connexion
performed in ,
di1l1 My heart i" big with joy spreading all directions. There
Ribbuns! : in all varieties.Brown ; was r.o
.' -l i it t t'i L; \ ?' il rates.'j dances peculiar to the Austrian every corner of the ardl.'n1'a
ut !" J'veitne.sed like tluis- lime searched
for <
a day
OJ be for Shirt in?, 7-S, 1- 1 and 3-1.l many peasantry thought or action-a of hu- the ;
dreri.s! m'nts imst paiJ ruins
; IIi : \ [hzd. Bleached do. 7-S, 0-1, 1-1,10.-1,11-1. Put shout you IouJ, my boy !" together with a pantomime, in which Juan: .beings mre.ssiug upon me, carried me vain.burning The were examined-al( in
miserable
;lt On ia aT'i.j.. 'I.(L'' !' ) .!!! irs will bs charged for announc- Blankets! 4)- 1 and;- t. (Ilairah for Frtidol'S Jubilee scenes of in peace and war were enacted all I f with. them. in their (flight. Several power- about the picture of despair Itn biJrd, his wandered bnrM.
.1atll-j ending and ;
glory This
Injrainand Cotton happiness.
Carpeting. God bless land'And
was
11 Mi"I'T, j : -like.: our name lul-looking generals were exclaiming witlj i I strength --"J
exhausted
by .,- MI I was bin
the
Carpet Biz*. i live to hold the scarce over before the attention excited lortares of
(
.4. V!! iJv .t:01I.-n: >'lt from a distance rn'isit t t may boon was error, My God-the Empt'rortltc! tin
;. -' Hats an 1 Cap, all st\lcs. Of freedom in my band !" hy another object. The of mind urged him lo fresh exerlio/g._
the cash reference >
- !I ',. .n 11')1"> 'i 'A-ith or city I cracking whips I Emperor is in tl duger! Oilier were calling The
flit anl: Shoes.Clotliin ) nnJ the sound of : attempts lo quiet him were fruitless-
Cf or I !l'I Jr' !1.l'rt:, !'Jl. \\T 11 done, my boy grow up and love I a horse's hoof announced out for water. I was so entangled will;I even the Emperor's
of all kinds.
hnd that Ja\e you birth- the approach of a courier, who, covered with them, (that it was only in the third presence and words addressed
for { =.-- - -- Also, a neat little assortment of Jewelry and Th' land vhert freedom loves to dwell dust, pressed into the midst of the brilliant that I could room I to him were tOlallunlu atfrd.. :
i1. I Dry 6oosIs. many other article* tr<> numerous to mention. A paradise 0 earth !" extricate myself from the Napoleon! tired out by 1.1a.
fruitfesssearch
shouldered
ItIJre'D5ne. \ '.- -i! :> -r> ,'fcr f,r sila a Large and soa- Call and examine for ,\ourseh : assembly, his way up to the Emperor throng, and retrace my steps towards ll? and having no further .
-- -------- and delivered cause to .
1 T1 1 -T '::k "f 13 ry G? Tjd<, cja n diet, Apalachicola X iv. IJ, IS:50. a murmur of some great victory in : extinguished, relurued -
.1 Most
_. of the had to St. Cloud.
art people The
111! --- -- -- already esc! >
' L but the grenadiers
ot'N Spain "the however
( ------ -- - ----- Emperor who in ) -
-'-- - -- was .
Inl l
.
K. n* I.iu.eYi, out of the .
;1" ; into the
piileiy (
garden tu prepared to bivouackonhe
'gprt. Tobacco.II A BALL ]IN PARIS 1 IX 1-10. ecret, immediately with smile that the ( grouiid
'A'c ,I 111l'I .i! fl1'la..lsr ; ; From 'Sketches, If ( Life and Scenes a trance of which and seldom does i it .
cads; [ ( -riiiin; was no longer crowdtd. happen; that
1 .... i"nlV'\ .r\' .Jt"l 9W7 \LF Inves Manufactured "W L Roane"llrand. from tlitVTarot Lil-eMt.oa; in Lermany.? ] despatches came from Vienna, and handed But (the doors of the soldiers fare
wefl saloon which so -ihe
aDdedIn' M'Ut:, [ \'II1I.d I T'.el:, -.I I ? The 1st of July was, "ifter several delays t to the Empress letter from her father written one sheet oi fire wcresiill was not sumptuously for the meats and wines prepared -
Sa f ':*.an.'I'.4e: U half boxes Mamifictared; Price'5 Brand. ( for (the of encumbered with:I company were dixribated
:' .r i I i-\v the for the ball be express purpose being given
"j j i E i -i: II II 1 1V fr e reJ. "B.nlow" by ,Vtnba; -; ) ,\mist Ii.! ; I the emperor and stifJiug.smoke. work and
.i TIM1 1 t, 11 and 12qrs.. tq.t Heavy lustres fell with; excitement thought of refresh.-!
, 7!11: J U" : and MU'M; Louisa: had accepted the I invitation : this rcene which was not without a crash the lath and
1 F boxes ; merit and down
'I\ :\ .t-. SI >* a idJ 10 qrJ. 45J-2-2 ) 1tirran"I plaster partitions, the sat at the nearest lalde.
hilt.rtaie ) i J. -, \.1: T *'>J Cuttlaildes. Jlit L'inine. I so that t tin-re could be no. farther I interest, a sudden display of fireworks attracted boarding and beams, were burning and lum Then it was that we compared -

jinn. P. \' : 'I i ii '1' 1. .".attltft, 5 \:>Manufactured JV )Ior- .1a" Brand change.; The men redoubled their exertions t the attention. Alt and invention'"C're ping in all directions.-ihe whole room was filled up from the experience of notes others Incl

. t I > i 'l'I'lr.' Premium. I aid uoikcil I day a mid) nijlit.: Tliosewcic taxed to the utmost, and no expense one ummasof fire and destruciion. The wood blanks in our own observations. ttfe

zifl.It. b. :M .t i ) .Iii; a it d Ticking, :, boxes* Xapo- liiL-ky \\hose turn came 10 \voik, bni J\. had been spared. But in I the midst of (he acd the iiiflamable: materials with which the had much lo ask aid: more (o tell Every.one

L. : '.1 i 1 I i J ruu C:i'cks, ifin Pri'1Tanolia.: .:ht, for m ftC mid-day heat was I intolerable, explosion. one of the frames caught fire saloon! had been ornamented, caused it lo t that: was dreadful. A -much

'!-,-' i i i, -Iirlll 4'ld :,,eting, ; h.1X"hll'lfut'lri'tI.. "tC Xapo- nml mailf the stiiieand! : the wood almost and can soil a momentary alaim ; t the (lames burn with prodigions fierceness the buckets been gathering stormhich .iad
fli1l' r.ti ctra' 1 h'TiO I over head now burst
I '
Fi ;hpetin t
< I' ttin S hlrti:1. $ :, ( I with
- i i l too hoi, fl, touch. The art h however, were instantaneously; of that .
.: "reatest: was rf- put out. water were poured it violence. The
tetia1ul21tclIred : I upon lightning (flashed
:: I i. "I 1, :.Vt "h anti .\'.ut"rt.aPrtnti.1 ; ; :2011 apoleon' The merely the tun-
nd"Maznolia." fjiiiied to prCSNH' tIle trees and flowers to be brilliant throng was again in motion, hissed and went off in steam der rolled, the houses
'. a'id lkd ; everything trembled
; :\ j > 'r, ;/I 1 tii h\! Ginghams, the rain
<5 1 i T ( .iVinMv d'Ec' -set 9 hrves nufacfired ,. Morford Honey DewIt used at t the ball, .is 'vervmluing! was parched anil, alter: several turns ic (he garden. found seemed to add fuel :lo the flames. All this poured down in torenrs. and effectually 'pu't

f\ti' i .'i ...TIa-lin da Liine, ) Crates CroC'kt'r11)I'1'J') Florida Sesrar:*. l,y ihe he.it. The Ambassador lived in i the i itself in (the saloon. A II were struck I by the took place in a shorter time than I have taken out the smouhieuing fire. After a while the

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'.4 i 'r 1 i i< u1! n ')1& 'k and fi'ur ,J Silks; hur I iiii ir-i-'tifij: ;, C' ttf>u r.in's, Trarc Chain court on one side and! a pudeu on the rc1. and; translatedThe Emperor, start- roof of (he gallery was in flames he draperies break. A certain restlessness drove lo

it -siUCriv; K ;and (.tar\' !HUP*, yr "jle 1 wfo rlo c <-<.n"i:nmenls. byLOCKHART other, in the Rue de Mont Diane. Uut l Jed at first, ended I by laughing: contemptuously lamps aud lustres were closing behind to view (he scene of what appeared us out

"'.j) T (f1 li"lh l an*. Is >tujp Silk Hk:', .V YDU.XG, t this space was not icrkoned: sufficient for and many were the .remarks .made me, and scarce lime was left to into been a horrid dream. \' to have

; 1 1.;:,.-', :. J i \1'ricaf.. Cuttnnv .1Lki ::"v. 1 1 ",'} \\"at.T street. I the cxtiaoitlinaiy en:ertaIn: !nert to be given; m upon l! the German text. The trumpets the garden.; The most frightful escape scenes and separated into several e parties.were but I few,

"! i 1- ,'1'1.rot n h..td Ul, Oil CIu1i' and CanH IS. :and the nei hbonsi, hotel Mas expressly again: sounded as the Emperor and Maria were here taking place. The new buildings over the spot which was walked -
; II, : .tt"\1 ntH," ini G i?" Hf.hn, now a heap o'r
..J. ,-, -iiiiS4-i4 W".rtedhn. Q pc N Oti Chtil, I aI..l: \ 2 vardside; f hiied for the occasion. The necessary Louisa entered the saloon, and took heir .I 1 were one mass of fire. The terror was sooty embers-beams reduced to a cinder

i ,i" i j''j I Fiiv l'llr..tl, 1{J '? prs Hui; .'r I In:i raiu C1l; FIPt ting t ; comuiunicntions were math and the rooms seats on time thrones prepared for them.- universal : anguish and anxiety had taken heaps of stones, bits of furniture. and crock,

r: i, i i i fi1i S,\'ju n J checked JtJ.im 3 r- Cttn duly l aitanked for their several purj oscs.- The music now begnn for dancin It was t the place omit thoughts of pleasure. Men, cry, and pools of dirty water were all! that

; E.: J.r. ,'H) 4 iJ .C nbric ilu lin<3, 2 *. Siar:; .\.u immense room luad! been thrown I out into .i'nut; : mmmiii ni..imt. The most brilliant and i in search of those nearest and dearest to remained of the brillnnt ball-room

liessncj- N'. L ... I let's, l""ih!. &:. &e F.- "*..1 i- iy W .. G. POR) n;:;; :\ co. I he Harden! adjninir.ii I the tcccption-room?, ilitTit.iiit 'our: : nf the evening had passed.The .- them were mailing through the crowd : all found bits of chandelier, broken swords". ,We

: W. i .1'. 'i- .-I .*L--te.! with! !r.st rare ini Dee .) I 11 I .V.itrr >tr. ..t.Hoot. t the whole ha""!ft of ('ilanks by artist \\ho had; ball appeared to be kept up with great had personal objects in view, and recklessly bracelets and oilier ornaments, melted ,

VK jr V >i < I' '1 ,-.' ,'. fr ITJ {;:\ ,',''t :T- aid \ i>>it; --- cousJructciI .similar works for former enterlainuiciits. spirit ;and plonked to last (till mnormiin.h'hie .- pushed aside every impediment to their the heat. Not far from where I Lv

FAt ..1 t \llllf 1 1 : i .' I r"T*, at thl lw...sT itirkt; r..tf'*t and I anti *ho(' I Ij The roof amid sides weie covered ( >net-n of Naples had opened he ball search. Husbands sought their wives mo- liuhn and Dr. Gall were was. Count
oJeC -p aX .t.:101t ,\\I.le'li11e4\r! chi1'1n'or.,1e: J jr > (OY'S a'm ?: !-"' Rusvt Biu:dii* ; with Prince Eterha7.al1l1 thcrs their turning over tIle
t .n! oiJ'.side! with cetecltith, and lined withtaptsiry Prince Eugene, t ( daughters ; they had last seen rub ish. Suddenly Count Hulin
II '. \V\I. G. POSTF.R! 5. (, IJ M":i% sw'd a'l-J: ;; ': ) : he Viceroy ol with Ptincess Schwarxenberg them short. looked
rasulelahras dance
rc'so minors, ; ami colored July, : siatidiog up lo or had dragged aghast at something; before
WV.r f; >nt fiii <"jlf Kroj4n--
-r.: 41 1 t..t. :
ttf 2i -. -. - Win's ;i(M'd: Tj-id ,-w'd i Shoes; Chil.1ren'" tla. do. I lamps: ornamented i the \\ .ihls. The pillars; the ambassador's; sislrr-in-law. t them some distance, and then been forced him, and I heard! him say with a low Toicr",

. B. EHhw! : A: (;n., -i 1 '\-.ter lrcc!. S rifr L idu",* Ki l .illl 1 M"r..cfn Sln>es ; which separated the centre from a species After (he quadrille, the Emperor and Maria t to le-ive their hol.1.0 one knew the oth "Dr. Gall, come here-ihis is a human
JI'' < "!)LERY. which round the Louisa h:id walked: in opposite dii ections er's fate here were body !" I still remember
:H 1 :? Cd \ Snp,'r Lt.h..s' co;$rst' and firie Culf Bt.A ts. of gallery room, were ; people ovecome with with horror the
all! I \ f1.! ;. \ d'lllleim Cir.lie.f al:! -iz.'s, I tr:'* a.id extensive a".fllttlrwllt. jn-t reived coafd with I the I (:1iest stuffs and festoons round t the room, addressing a few words to '! grief,-(here they were rushing wildly into ihriliing lone in which these words were

; VI. s\\ :, .. :.IT i! '\'..rlIh'tl.triiae, Sjiri- andlor( xlehy WM. G. PORTER & CO. of ..utificia! ilowcrs muslin, and cau/e; were seveial of the company whom hey knew f each other's arms in excess of joy,-some said ; every nerve was affected, and

unt, I ', ,' '. .1. <', -r n n.t} r .1!: ,1 >. W idf tll I 'Jli.,' Dec o -11 t Water >trcct. h hun T in all: directions. (old and :,ilver and to those who were presented to them were fainting others wounded and bleeding. breast heaved with nnguish. my-
fo ., ; -1'. *i' Tlt-: ____ ____ JaIl and I
; i. 1 L .- i !t.i. If f i* d ', R .1 "% ___ H for the first timc.1aria Louisa The
fdltJI (I". i"I I '. I'll.II". \CllldoA'ItW; *. t'UtiVVllllf! Iron, XaiU, cVr.'I' chains connecietl by draperies and ilowcrs was the xvoodea stairs hrd given way under (he went to the spot in silenre' and endeavored

:t t L {L ; i .1| ,. V-H< w Of'ir.-. rhrjuiu' <'r"''!i. f_ )N s; s>\'t-de! Iron, a-.srtcd: sizes ; with t the ornaments: tit'I I the saloons, supported first lo return to her seat ; the emperor remained weight of (those escaping from the fire ; to convince ourselves of ihe fact. It was

JCs Kn-riH :1.1.i 1.n:1-rll1l.I.: ,, r\rouT Y-Ilow! \'cr.t .w) Li l': J K".ril.., d'i. l iiia nifH-enl: I liisiifs.! I On an elevateJ ;it the room, where Princess Pauline many had fallen down and were trampled only by decrees iliac we made out he truth
nI. ',,1 H4 1-, riiL' 'ir. Bru-Mi Varnis-h! OopalC l Schwarzenberg the ambassador's sis under foot. the A blackened
injured and
; 'aMne.C'.al Paint 4 risks Weeding HOPS, asortedJ I'n1iliL' ; ti2e: covered with a jrohl embroidered carpet by ( falling timber or corpse, shrivelled up with

'Jte &:'.)"FIT.' .-. \1 U'.m,-,:; i-i,: liit IV'-'i., trd Tir", .Sunb" : 'in. Ci ,iniji' da, j mdc .mjth Stfe4 FareiltIviJ3;' h at the further extremity of the room ter-in-law t was in (he an of presenting her seriously burned. The Queen of Napleshad fire, lay half covered with; cinders-ihe features -

: ': .t. d. .;.i. "i'nlk.! \Viistin5: U.'J.i.' i PJck, Euj ;- i: I E'uin'i' and Ameiicai: Vises ; two thrones had been erected, in front of daughters to him, and Napoleon; addressing h been saved bythie Grand Duke of Wurzdurg could not he ,Iistinnishned! ; indeed it

1 j .', .. (' t" 1,1 d:1. 1Iny !IZ: l..n- 'Ii". rt"lt; dll I n u B.'lIiw.z; which the floor had !been prepared for aoc- a few words to those about him, when on a ; thc Queen Westphalia, by her required some effort uf the imagination

,5: lVI1t": Bit- and ll<'d Uiatins, Xail, *-'o,,ir-r do, I' dnZf'n SlaJ; '." and} "hwd;; i There were thice entrance, one to- sudden in the gallery! and near he en- h husband and Count 3Ietternich. The Russian discover that it was a human figure to
: B' H, P.rads, Scr<*\\'-, inj. at all!! ;
:0 Jit
fi-i-. Sttk-s :
i.' ,),', < -rvi.1,1. Anchors. in-lipik''i''", 'ip-tdin 10 (C. .turus't; \am ifs t the back, near the thrones, leading t tiance in the great gallery connecting the ambassador had been dragged fainting one breast had accidentally in a pool of
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HIM.iir,. iJuicki-, ,lI\"P.*, JiU I inks Hand caseRoA-land'sCi-t") < Steel Mill;S to the interior of the house, was intended snlooii with the hotel, a 'gust of wind brought from the crowd by Doctor Koremranml others water, and its dazzling whiteness contrasted

J.r. Pn I., !J-ck lijck* Cedar do, D'ck Hroom'orn -,, 1 WO 1 Ibs Cast and German Siwl.! f.r ale (: d (I' 111.itJhit.: !!"?-, Suvinqdn, Aft, Ax" v/ith! curtain. The the first of the
r.r Hdv..IlI.lkl i. And TUun'!-w, Rpx H'ioks. Rib: do, WM. G. PORTER k CO. gai'len on the left, was a lonz and broad in i contact a gauze fire water they could find. Many rest ( blackened corpse. Although

<'ind' 1..1: do, Ij'Ht d<>, Ft-ii! u,.. '"..Ikio! D-r J -H 1 W-itfr ,trcef.RIO gallery, built of the same materials and ornamented ran up the curtain, causing au instantaneous women were very dangerously burned.In accustomed to sights of horror I involuma-

Itt'j IIU Iron, \.sr'Ikl:\ ; ",' --hlj'; Srra t in t the same manner as the saloon, blaze, which :1 e suddenly ceased. A the midst of this turmoil were seen rily started back from his. Gall looked

11 Pr. ij iv Pi iI'-!:$. C- >k's Lil s, Torni-ntor-: (: I.cq1cs! anll Sh:t sl.il' which rru all I a long the hotel, and served few sp.nks remained, and so unimportant servants and workman: of all sorts ; all dis- more closely ino the sort of hole! and tbo't.

Dt.I"r., i"i 11..1.-- .. Siil K-edl-'s Si;I T.viria : "-, CUi.'FI.IJ: : I":' (ell I St. Dllmin.d0, !to connect! t the rooms and I the garden. To was the incident consideird at lust that inrtion of ranks was at an end-stars and t hat he recognized Princess Schwarzen_
S. j it, ::-wt'i h. lilm% lli:stn; L" .rh.'"-, I .: Fh'ir UVKi do] ; X 0 S'ljar,
PJTII do ">ti.,v'!-, ili:1. nsrs, llitC\t.'l. (.ais--: M.t Cr->ido, Porto t lliro: J'I. Voun! ; Ily.-on 1 Tea, I the riaht.t opposite)) this gallery: a slje; had Count JJenthiem exincuished( tome of (hefl.iniHS garters wre forotten-roJal blood over- berg. A few rings and a neckhce! foundon

A.iirI'U, ,'.., I H-iNt.-! (;i 1\11.\: !' l\ lldnlij.r! I Hy''in 'Iti. [,'WCIt'1? i i, S')H'hon; do! (rnhen been erected for the musicians, the only by a I lucky t throw of his hat, anti l looked. The (irempnsummoned from their the corpse, were sent to the ambassadorwho

fit.*. ;lat Tdild.., IMSI jure-. C'iiboird; Ijocks, B itlor. r.jse.! L trtL] l[.con I II I..ttnSid"?, hout- access to which was by a staircase outside. Count Dumanoir, one of the Emperor's supper, rudely I elbowed (he aristocratic was in another part of ihe gnrdenl

I'I :"O:. ,i.,. Ib, : .i.11! S: ii5:?*, H oea. IVJiocks, rJ..rs.1.)1.,,>-*-.-, \Vl.ibk"v. MI--J a-nl Prune: I>ef, A handsome doorway which led directly chamberlains clambering up one of ihe pillars crowd the opera dancers in their paint and There could no longer be any doubt for
\\1)1-1 ". P-nlt-i I I IJiilyarl*, lliitd Lines'I 1'ork.I MackiTfl.! S'M!' id), Salmon.
iw \l'--h I Prun'
U'ri' ; ?v a do, (I. ,4 d'". Fish d 1.I.: Han J I'dds I-ep. If"rtin'OlJ1:1"UI and! Ton;n--., Cod Fish Ton 'I', >?, from the garden by a t1ight of broad steps, l pulled down what remained of (the tinsel, pressed forward amid noble "dames ihe necklace bore the names of her children

'''I I I. -' i i, I iiri{ ), Fri'J-.s: i L'wIUllt! ? !!'I P"jlp"r"; S.nce-; C.itsii, ?, IVpper :.tlJc**, Oliver wide enough to allow the passage in and burning curtain. Several sparks, however (10 gratify' (their curiosity-no one remarked ; she had eight, and a ninth still unborn

111''! <. 1'T l p",!., !I.'IT r.-jok: ;, ( ..ro d.,!. C".iprlickl''ft' ?o.jp, Ot.tn.I,, Tobarco X.ivy out of a huge mass human being, was the had flown up and set fire to some hangings this assumption equality. Prince Josephof shared her f.lte.Then the horrible

*)"".: iv'. u PMTn Ar ifCockery, C4riener'ta : Brc.ifJ. Pilot. do, Cracker-j! \-IIlf"ar, Dried FruiN, chief entrance: into the saloon. The which were out of he reach, the (lamespread Swart JUr; has pressed his daughterto certainty flashed upon us ; we bowed
r preat- our
"i" :a P"c. B. !-, S 11t. 1:"i;(\l.tcdrrmi, ..rmolc..m.r.- the inflammable his bosom he found her in he heads i in sorrow and found
taken that should s rapidly among materials ; ( garden, relief in
est was eterytJiin be
care (
1 HI7.TT tears.
.''ti: I I 11 : ,!lt. Jan.2J. n>ARoot, Corn, Oa.6, B-ickwh-it. Mustard.; I U!ice.
: .. F.lr ,ak by B. E14LlSO i; CO m magnificent, suitable, and convenient : nothing and reached he roof. The music saved. but much hurt. lIe then, in a stale Two vivid flashes of lightning. and a Jouo-
:1j. f : ITv 0 J\T\'K'l\r, N'::4. t., VVater street, Jan2.J: 21& W.itrr .-treet.BO was neglected that could uMstinquish ceased, the musicians who were the tirst bordering on desperation, sought after his rolling peal of distant"thunder, shook the)

OT t in.-.' j pt receive I ail afl'T! t. r sale :' : : 1t this ball from all others. As inscription t thieateneil, limited their stage in alarm ; the missing wife. His daughter had been by atmosphere-ihey were the last.
!i2't:<* 'Ir,ei Rio CjTea: new croji;) )TS, Shoes and Unxrans, by the case; communicating
with the her side till
door ( outward air a falling beam had -
i.ltell -
Hour was to be placed over the it sep
: \ ,rt'-i'rn ::1'1'Y t U-m ; I Woman's Shoes and Bu-kins ; doorway was
I JIT--:
!! > .' OU R ? iSalVtmkey ; Men's, Boys and Youth's Bro:ans ; determined that it should be in the German let l a blast of wind which fed the flames. them, and she then lost si nt of her mother. A xMassachusseltsjury has gallantly de

1 "; i iv '-* v'uis, n'tie anJ brown Soap; u' i' fine sew'd Brogans; tonguc.Ii The important day at length The dancers dispersed,-all were in confusion Meanwhile the saloon and the galleries clued that a lover cannot recover from

1 .t I U V. J51 ;.ir ; -3d > Mi. u\"ar1od3; Men's pzzjd Boots; arrived, everthing was completed, and even and sought to discover what had; already !. Were burnt to the ground rind the fire ihrea- mistress who has given' him (he miitea'f

-' I i. > i.u Sideband SbouUers; fnp sewed Boots" ; those last and most busily employed were !happened, and how it was; aii to end. tenet) destruction lo the lintel itself. The: the lilll lovetokens' that she received when

"> I .'n" ; Russet Brogans. For sale: hyB able to devote themselves to the! auornment I Napolean '.iaci seen the whole: incident archives were saved with considerable diffi she 'smiled upon his suit.' A discarded

i ) t turret; 01.iriieJi Su3r; I ELLISOX & CO., of their own persons ; and here the Austrian* and was therefoie, far from suspecting any culty. All the Austrain-s present were bus swain having been unsucessfji iu LU suit in
I i J ILJ.1( dJ ; Jail : it l Water street. the court of Hymen lately brought ina
1 > 2 !had the ; and with buckets of water or helped to removepapers. one
"' "I ) S crm Candle-*; .- -. ---.- imvanlagc: ns the richness and treachery; he went up to the Empress court of law, for he of f
swords
Hats and thrown recovery a ring
were aside -
the of thin flames with [
uniforms far
of their watched n
2 > barrels N K: R'l' !; On CoissisiIiiCIl1.T beauty surpassed progress well uniforms which valued at two dollars and fifty cents( constitutional -
as a.s our were
lu White's inliirnore Gin; HE subscriber has lately received on consign- i hose of the Fiench. The servants, numerous quiet countenance. Elms devoted adherents, smoke andV and I currency! he had given to the

I'J lJjins-tic Brand,; meat, the following articles : as (they were, had been increassed by who first suspected treason, hurried round completely spoilt by hot. ter. loved one, in 'happier days'but in this suit

IfJ X Molaiie *; 2: casks choice Old Port Wine ; some hundreds, and a portion of them wore l him and drew (heir swords. The Austrian were moreover oppressively Nearly allIhe he was destined to be equally

t.' !. >xf' It 'lit'i Dairy Chee-sc; 1" Old ::1'ir1Vim} ; ; the French state livery. Early in the ambassador; who preserved his calmnessand company had retired the Auslrians, for the jury rendered terdici unfortunate for the del

i pieces Kentucky IJii;in ; 1 superior Od: Scotch Whiskey ; evening a division of the imperial guard dignity, kept close to he Emperor, some few intimate friends and several French fendant. The gentleman
'l 5J C'jiU U.lpe; 2"' "Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy; flames officials, still remained examining this scene might probably
I ; occupied the post IS:.,,jeil to them as a and when he saw that the were rapidly find consolation in the
!HIlir'l"t \41. Dark Diimond of Instead of well dressed perusal of the trial
JJrap.dy
J ; 1" ; him woe. guests, a
guard of honor. While it was still broadday I spreading in all directions, urged (to of Pea Green Hainc
> J bxiiidillbv* (ns.v crop) Mai. Raisins; 10 baskets London Club" Cbampaine. strong detatchmeut of Imperial guads took vs. Maria Foote. the
the whole hotel, with its gardens and the room. Napoleon, without answer-
quit : Countess of
all of which be present Harington
J Lemom; Also, variety of Sears, will possession of avenue leading to the as that ver
outhouses sparkled with thousands of lamps, in 0' his arm to the Empress, and followed ; every dant individual
gave
1 Miiufacttired Tobacco suffered
; soil low, for cash only, by hoiel, and filling the court and garden.- considerably! unJer
.> ..as'sa'sirted Pickles; EUWAUDfcCULLY., and the carriages which brought the guests he ambassador to (the gate leading somewhat similar circumstances.

;JJ >, barrel Mjckcrel, Xos 2 and 3 ; Feb 07 50 Water street. drove through ihe masses of people collected -, into the garden, warning the company as he The evidence military powers slruck ihe
The incident madea
'-'I
-i J H' xes ><
) J ch
8rn Teas ; -- with flowers, and let inw the. great and the struggling mass rushed panic: as far as the Champs Flysees where 'liI 1' .- ich produce the most exquisite music

} t cet an J l)1es' Ptaon Teas ; Shirting and Prints, by the .sIoun.; The seats round the walls were stricken towards the door.Thcn PrinceSchwarzenberg I i carriages and suite were waiting to conr.wt ike a musical bell. or the strain of anEolian
2 'lulf tie Old Ci nac Brandy ; SHEETINGS::: low for rash by iuteii'leil her St. Cloud he then returned with I
1'J' biiket 4< 1Iei'1ick" Charnpa5ne : e, soon filled, and the middle of the room began learned that Napoleon to ; ( an .- harp. The fish closely resemble in

3'J i k.i \4ilmirted! sizesi'S i ; B. ELLISON 2J Water& CO.street. to be crowded. to go home, he prudently sent an I aiijutan! His unexpected appearance iu! size and shape the fresh water pearcb of

; bbli Pilot anl Xivy Bread ; Ja'1 03 Every moment the number of persons remarkable adjutant to desire the J:1IIJcror's.carnaf' his gray great coat produced immediate silence. (he north of Europe. It is supposed that

tn.rr<'4 'I. \v 'lie; 'Vi-I"s-- Uilsiii of Wild CherryDOZEX I ; for beauty, birth, and importance. to ilrawr up a( a small: side door in a back He ordered all strangers to leave the fish fire confined to particular localities

ki44- J j-ii'ti-r-j .i w Buckwheat ; 1 : j-ist rtc..i ived and for s.11. bvAnnllO increa etl. Kings and Quet'ni.wcrc in street(, adjoining the garden. The greatest I the place, the streets lo be guarded, and -shallows, csturics, and muddy creeks .

in 'I.-;< **'tt>t.r Ott.I .. 1' 'f. I.' \BELL.FliEsII among (he company, and were expecting: confusion prevailed: in front of the hotel, took prompt measures against the farther rarely visited by Europeans; and that is thq
.
> .i.. .) .1, t 1'1. the whereas the Emperor might mperceiveil spread of the fire. The stream of water
I_ : _ -- -- I one! greater than them. At length go away reason why hitherto no mention, as far as
Jr.0..).. UOptii, sound; presenting! t ;arms, the challenge ofihe by the 1 back way anti frustrate from one of the engines nearly knocked him we know, had been made of this peculiarity
I Tall Cr- !tnr ilt' nv and loll ofdrums r ? his life, were such in- down, but he took no notice of it. The j in work natural
)1'.!!J/VfI' <. Tx,:, -, 1Cr 'ltt" Onir: .4. 4 ", s guards the cla.sh of (inmpeK i ; any attempt upon any any on history.
.IIC'\<, -, .1"t ,-. FUmeU, Bh.i-: ; 17 H. F. 1BEL14.mjlNiNE,4'aaViraa.1PIhrileI .imiounci .i If approach; of he i'lm-: (en-l'''l. But when Napoleon perceived I ihe most \igilent search was still continued after I

..':*t a.. Tvl<, SUirt! it?*, -., : -fiiiTj' Cli-'k'', pet or :.in.l }ins !: !ii|'.-*,. Thf carria;e' direction' in wlueh ihey were leuling; him, the missing Princess. At the same A lawyer, named Horton, was a'rrcsted ia

M;' ats, Calicoes, D1J04.. Hrv, &c ice: ,: Q- ; : ; !u3t 're-j. [I dashed up to the door'between (he files! i, he stopped, asked whither they were going, nine a strict inquiry was made into' the conduct New York for stealing a coat lie must

-orsileby.a.n 13 B.' ELLISON 23. Water. fc. CO.street. I. April ceived 17 and for sale by II. F. ABELL-4t ,.Si.P!.\-\"of soldiers. The families of SchwarzenCrte I and not approving of this plan, said shortly, and appliances of the officials. Thy.1t' have been badly in want of asuit.

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[From the! X. O r(v '. Time?, June :!3 ] | several days before the express left th.1 I opposite bank <>f the river, the Mexicans concealed Company C.: Piivate Gutlub Schmidt, Company I measures such as is proposed to be formedfor tors, who have so often denoullCtd
on this side, commenced firing on the main Private Henry t" Scott, Comp.mr G ; PrivateK. I the o'f electing Gen. Taylorthe produced strife tb t
?icxaco.'LATE place states that there had been some sickness B ( U. Ttnlr, CempanyE. purpose by Party and PaltJ, p1
body tl I the expedition Irmn side, when !. lmp.l ; 11\ate cl
AND VERY I M POUT A XT INTELLI.iuNcL. among our troops. We do not give into every action with his Private L. Llmbino, ( >nv f.-Vouaded. I alliance in New Hampshire was formed keep back, when an opportunity I'p
Wjse came gallantly D (0
; I Ifeld -Lieut. E': John Durnenq.
of( this letter attain lleimherer,
whole contents Company
our readers the -j and Wilmot self of
and opened a destructive fire on the Company C.-Missing-John bavin. Company C., between Whigs Abolitionists, "laying it axe to the roof o/i"1! Iii
'Arrival of the Steamship IYcvOrlcntis because is full of rumors which had not enemy. with grape and canister. At the same I The above are all the names, as far as I have Ii Proviso Democrats, a coalition not gotten ruptiree.Vcre, the J Editor r
:j been realised at the latest dates. time, Captains Mace and Seguine charged the been able to ascertain ; there may be few more afo '
!1 The Mexicans were still fortifying the the and in the most spirited I believed up with a view to the destruction of the spirit -. imical only to Democralc Pan
.i i.ar; .Yat tonal }Jf t1 Kxcitcmttit at Vera Cruz city \lcxiro.Lutlhe mcansof the Governine'ul manner. The battle with great furyon that all the missing have been murdered. The of party, but intended to strengthen the \ know that there is a difference SpiruVe t

Departure of Gen. Piirct's Tiain with ; were so limited that we do not doubt both sides lor an hour, when the Mexicans expedition returned on the 16th instant. hands of those who are ready to urge the my or goring another man's lull u* err
3200 'Ien-Gm. Scott at Putbla-Rumors that it will not be more than a day's work sounded a retreat, at least that portion of them in I P. S.-I have this moment leaned that official aDd ii ml)
of Pfacc-Commissioners .Ippointed by the for Gen. Scott to demolish all the Mexicanshave front.The reports have been received in town that the num- \Vilmot Proviso, even to the extent (11ro- same man's lJll gorn'my di

Mexican Government-Battle of Huaju'tlaGalla.it : done in three months, iu case they Colonel now discovered a large body of" ber of Mexicans engaged in the late battle was ducing a dissolution of the Union. ire said Bishop Wubouton, w))OX.--OrbOdo| I
lancers approaching him in the rear but beforehe for yourselves, of the ak] t to el
Btll ;,' of Col DC Jtusttf and the 1830. So you may judge
exclaim with another fine the word
resistance. is
should show ready to ,
of them Pyrrhus - Tunisian }';4JIIl ttl'TS-t'U! .}lc.rical'i Repulsed succeeded in petting within reach gallant defe'nce of 120 men agir'st such odd I .I wy btl'rod( tt
with a Heavy Los*, "'c. .fc. I' The express rider met with Generals Cad- they captured a portion of the pack mules and II had nearly forgotten to mention that we lost such victory and we are ruined-dressed another man's-doxy. But II f faa
: wallader and Pillow, and their respective (then took to their heels. I killed in the battle. perhap fcui
horses it J look those
thirty in as who "hold l
Th' steamship Sew Orleans A nil. I the-garb Whiggcry may t wrong I their
Capt.
Tonnehill i
Perote. had been Lieutenant
.I .ft..a..I. : u..L I. I commands- -. They, attacked Duting the engagement, .. I Yours, in hate, P. i..r..i ._. .1._ .t... ..( .-,-', _.r i'rn, I T' il su
nrnvcu ycsicuiay morning witn iatt: 'r and at La Hoya ant lat completelyrouted I was mortally wounaeu a nan passingtnrougn nta :. urduuIuI io me GJV
very important intelligence from Mexico. he enemy, having sustained l but little thigh and breaking the bone. The six men at I Dead Sea, but like them it u'il turn to and the cause of their silence afI

She sailed (rom \-er.a Cruz on. the 17ih loss. No property was lost, and both the cannon were all mortally wounded ; three WIERGIiL A ashes in the mouth. chance, from that better spring Lip.
Tampico the iSth and from Brasos Santiago bullets passed through Colonel DeRursy's coat, part ; '
trains had arrived in Perote which place, a ._ Inm1'INEI Ofafr
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and through Captain Wyse's. Captain ---- ----- -' The which the popular move- be "
on the 20ih i inst. leave as many --- opposition disCretion ; they may of it| mind I 0C'
correspondent they were to on ,
APALACHICOLA
says balls but
struck twice with not
We learn from Capt. Auld that Gen. the Oth instant. Mace hurt. was spent .-- .-- --.-- -- -- _-.-- -- ments in favor of Gen. Taylor have thus confrere of the Sentinel, who citfjjj,the ofl tltl
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Pierce left Vera Cruz on the morning of i Lieu.Vhipple of the 9th Infantry was After'(he engagement, to the astonishment of -i.. The following gentlemen -ire authorized encountered from the able Whig journals tional Whiff as a "caution to all jpeople. | h\ tlII IIl'

the 14th inst., with 2.500 men and a train of lassoed on the 10th instant by a smal party all, only one rOlnth hot and one charge of canister Agents for the COMMERCIAL ADVRr.TMiK.and will alluded to, can have but little effect in sup- ." and wisely enough 1 IC.

one hundred and fifty baggage; wagons of Guerrillas, within a few yards of was left for (the gun when our troops, having receive and receipt subscription, or advertisements pressing public manifestations of feelings "y.eal without knowledge i remalks, I l'i
Capt. Auld arrived at Tampico on the morn- the city of Vera Cruz. They were pursued fired away the greater part of their ammunition, :- is exce ;
of the 13th instant and was informed l fall back in his favor, nor can they prevent the spreadof dangerous which ,
ing Americans without finding it was deemed prudent to on Tantayoca, sage
by a party JosErn F. MA' Post ; :! : corner of armonirion' .e
by Col. Gate*, that Col. De Rusy, with a them. which was accordingly done. lanO'erand Beaver:struts TIt\:York. such sentiments ; the power which they one, reverently treasure up. "
detachment of Louisiana volunteers! part died The road from the river to Tantayoca lay thro'imarrow Evj., New Orleans the Suppo5j0.course ,t,
CapV.. of the 3d dragoons Ihvl have hitherto wielded over minds of that it was intended
of C. pt. Wise's comnal1oi anillerv.! and M. 1.n un r'..._Duf..A i.1. : j-l J t IA 0T.n tVt a defile, the summits of !the mountains WM.: W. CHKKVKK, Esq., Albany, Oa. e to appl.T ,to t:;
c I j T-- ui > tri v riiz iiu me iimi niai., ui me uuuJO. the heads ofthe men as they Major JACK HARD.MAN Kufaula. Ala. ihe of their will fail them such as have
with on' ; of ; nearly hanging over people party ben "hasty" the
Capt. Boyd, contp.inv; : it'fantv, upon $nbj,; Ile
and ---- -- -- -- Ilb
The -- -- --
passed through it. deep precipitoussides ---- -- -- --- -- when be exerted for such ends.If ofthe
ntnoiintiug in all to 113 or TJi men and sought to Presidency,ourselves
We regret to learn from the letter of our were covered with a dense chapparal from FOR IJnESIDE among OIhe ,
officers had left by the way ol" the river, respondent, that there is a good deal of base to top. Here the enemy rallied, and concealing the proposition to sink party and to unite the cap undoubtedly us. Put \

on the 5th instant 'ftt" the. purpose of ieleaVjngtie fever in Commodore Perry's squadron and themselves from view, poured} a destructive TAYLOR. under the lead of Gen. Taylor has met more of ihe Hotspur than the FaMo"1 51

? fnc rn.ioion pi issuers, and lar.dcd that one of its victims is the gallant Lieut. fire down upon our gallant little band \hich, Zl\CH1\RY I i with opposition from some of the papers I politics, we fear that the Sentinel
plUy 1 ftien up the rt\er from the steamers Jas. L. Parker one of the heroes uf the from the nature cf the ground, tu'y were enable -.---- -. --- -- -- H'7t; I nai! _

Undine :10,1 I Miry S'l1'1.'ItU' $, without coming Creole exploit under the walls of San Juan 't&reiufn.On' i Important IVoxv*. I it has excited a hostility fixed, deep : will be thrown away On us, we doubt whet.
: in sght of the and the approaching Tantayoca in which they had and the DemocraticPressvith shall be
boats er /
enemy, d'Ulua.I I and from which GE ;SCOTT IX Till: CITY OF MCXICO'! vigorovs among we ever able io emulate ,
returned I Tampico, ai 2 o'c1odi, 1'. .I., on de Anhuac. encamped the previous night, the in that t
Sol s.renll
1 the' I IAn TmVR RTy.-The they had started peaceably that morning, ou men By the arrival of the schr. Santa Rosa some exceptions. Various are temporary cautious l
15th instant.
of the IHth instant announces from advices found to their surprise, that the plaza, church from New Orleans, whence she sailed or. the measures adopted to suppress the rising of | which looks before it leaps;" In conO j rf f
.. express :lrrin'11'lhcpquntly! from Col. 'just then arrived at Vera Cruz, that the war and streets, were crowded with lancers and other thep, ,
'De Russy, statin* that his tletauhment had party; at the Capital were becoming more troops. They marched up boldly to the enemy 3d inst., we are put in possession of the following the Democracy in favor, of "Old Zach. sent insrnnc we "flipv. thai ifwe trat.I .11 r

been permitted to a UMMCC unmolested tin- and more feeble every day) although still until they got within a few hundred yards of the facts which the Captain of the Simla "To yanr tents, O Israel exclaims the I we err in safe company" we part k C

lit they got into a narrow pass near Hua- clammoring fo fortifications. So indigent, plaza, when I they opened to t the right and left and Rosa heard from one of the Pilots at the Ba- "Union. Arrange yourselves! under the !sentiments and pursue the course of fifiee, r

Julia, when they were surrounded by 1200 however, wa:? the treasury, so general the gaVe Capt. \Vyse an opportunity to dischajge his 1 Banner of and await the signal ofthe millions
Party, of the | t
lize who had read the in ) twenty
did your
or 1400 men Tin ler (ten. (.al'\. :i in Mexico, that, at tlhe end of three last round shot. I some execution killing ; accounts c p:1perI I people. (
Col. De Husky's "tlnmanli: have suffered poveiiy months labor, the pefences about the city wonndingsome three or four, and,) also makinga published after he Santa Rosa left the city. from your leaders, before you strike a blowin i may yet be found by those who like to beGtr c
tremendous hole in the walls of the church.-
considerable ;o's. hut by the assistance of attack from the behalf of man !" the strong sim1', that in the \\
were insufficient to resist an any Col. DeRus, with Capt. Sesuine, at the same According to best recollection of Capt. any present matI. '.

CapU \\ ist"s artillery they magpd: to cut regular body of troops. time made a charge e up the street when the Mexicans Stevens the paper staled that Gen. Scott But no means successful warfare against delays are more dangerous than "

their way through to the river and waited i GEN. ALV4REZ.-It was stated that Gen. for the second time took to their heels re- fo otTer itself to the zeal however, then-will still | a
.. Taylor seems beleaguered ; be
_c,ilic.lJn";._ : ._"_._ t_'lI\"I1.1...._. Uriirc .!<>ti. >1ii. >..t. tl'V .\>n it known turnn.; nfl tr 'n... .-..tn.n.; cV".rt .2 Tl-.a ,. had advanced) on the city without meeting room (0
u. -I. .v Alvarewho.. as was Ilat WUIJ .ICV* SlilMS. A IIC IIJVYl'!
Xew Orleans back ; ; f'niz, with a 1 !pioceedeu to t J Capital generally I, to assist in its de- estimate I have heard made oftime number of Mexicans with any resistance on the road-that when Democratic Press.rfoattack him on ihe i ltC corners at the tel'rnl hour-whentntl t I

requisition on Col. Wilson for fo>ir companies fence, had; made IP a retrograde movment to engaged in this atfair was 1000. Some sy200f within a,short distance; of the city, hp was score of his being : 'll'hiy, 2nd to call on the .comin! events" hare strongly "cast Ihe

of infantry, and he also sent the the South, in consequence of disagreement and 3000. Our troops now took possession met by a Flag Truce, and informed that PEOPLE: to oppose him for opinion sake, they shadows before." .'
of the ond the
town encamped on same ground
steamers UnJinc and) ./(: / Summers up the Gen. Canalizo.COMMISSION .
with
feel) would be useless and :
presenting himsdf I
they had the the would be defended. Gen.
occupied( previous night (Sundaythe Capital not
river, with 150 men to Col. Do Hussy's TO MEET MR. TIUST.-El SPIKIT OF PARTY.
assistance. I Sol de Anahuac of the 14th inst., has an in- detachment llth inst.) the townto Scott then marched into the city by one being presented by the whole People ns a TIE \
sent through
The Xcic Orleans arrived at Vera Cruzon terestiug article on the news recently bro't search for ammunition was now, and they succeeded in gate and the Mexican Garrison marched out candidate without respect to l.i political opin The wide spread feeling. that has rmjJ t
.
the 16th inst., at 12 o'clock, p. M., and : to Vera Cruz from the Capital, regardingthe finding enough to make five rounds of canister, at the other. ions. To assail, his character anti servicesas fested itself in favor of the eradication tf j \'

found the city in a state of excitement, / appointment of Commissioners to meet which at this time, was an invaluable prize.A has of old been done.vith respect to party spirit which desirable end) see' II

growing out of the rumored advance of a I Mr. Triol. to open negotiations for the re- number of the men, contrary to orders, broke GIXFIAL: TAYLOK. other good) and great mon, has I !ely to h:> attained by ihe election orG !, f
large body of Mexican; Gen. Pierce, who ticwal of peace. In thi, the editor remarks open both stores and houses, and helped themselves experience
had marched on the 14th inst. as before stated I;that the utmost curiosity is 'felt for somei to every thing valuable they could lay their The enthusiasm of the Ptopr in favor taught them will but make the assurance r>f Taylor fo the Presidency, has elicited ," \

miles fioiu the hands on, and foremost among them were the of Gen. Taylor .has been raised to a still ihe various quarters arguments to ih \
was encamped about teu i I authentic intelligence as to the quarter his success (!rmU1 sure. At the North prove < s

city, when the advance ciiTinl) ci: inc in and i whence proceeded the appointment of Se- Mexican. They muleteers appeared who to be accompanied old ;hands at the the Colonel. busi- I. higher pitch by his .''gnallele.\ whilst the Democratic Press wields, the only weapon I without party combinations and party or.j I II

reported a heavy: force. of Mexicans at the nors Gorostiza Bannda and Tornel, as opposition of a portion of the public precs which (;en. Tajlor's position; leaves in their I canization, the government could not \\t\\ I
National Bridge) on their way towards the Commissioners, : the Congress 'had ness.After
Gen. Pierce took leiuforcomcut of whether ocr troops encamped, they could see has been increased thereby in a correspond- hands-they attack him on the ground fits "sitimiriteret1. i
city. a assembled and given the commission ir
large bodies of the the of o
moving to rear
700 men, swelling his couuna-vl; ; to 3200 I question to tho c gentlemen, or whether the them fur the purpose enemy of cutting ( their farther in:: ratio. being a slave-holder. such an argument is I The assertion of such a proposition n] t.

men. anL forthwith left to meet the eneu. powers vested in them were spontaneously retreat, but both men :and horses were.f so exhausted Among the Democratic portion of the met however by the refusal! of a Ire part of the part of intelligent and patriotic; A men.] 1

At Cruz the dancer] of aa
been thought irn!mlineut. as the shipping The Congress were to meet, according to position for a short time to rr-st. in favor of Gen. Taylor-the expression of of against history before them. of the sucressfulaj: <
such
moored between thec.i"tlc an-j the city all accounts on the 7th instant for the express Near dark, Gen. Garay a'ul-de-oamp and a urge a ground opposition 1
were removed, other pieparaiious; ; made for of deliberating on the last Major of 51f.} (. lt'llusy'earnp which was perhaps, repressed by party prejudice a candidate for the Presidency rightly feel- ministration of ihe Government dnrin; I til

purpose with a flag of fr\I. The Colonel did net allow which was not likely to be Prp>i'Jential; terms, without snrh ait
th.
'the reception) for Mexicans. communication ofthe American Secretary allayed ins that so to do would be to infringe the any
( to enter his hut mot them at short
Ih consequence of this state of affair* the of State, (Mr. Buchanan) and there wis: not dislance thEm outside of ramp it. The Colonf-l was accompanied : i by the course pursuerl by CNtain.hi! papers letter and sprit of ihe Constitution.In evin.-es a deep-rooted, attachment tr n bwt-\\ I

requisition from ( t1. (gates on Gen.r"or: the slightest
could not bs cOI'Iie. with ; sufficient number of deputies in the Capital onel a let icr. The Colon! t told him, in ''lh1sfre. _ITrrn. of HIInl I'isla,u._ ao time. H7i/V_ Candidate. ._ .. .- ,. I" lie.L... _. ___ __L-.t :.: ,.__ I leading! inhirna. .? ... like.. th.... .\. . -
Orlezns took Iwenl '-/ve marines, to form a quorum. BeclIs, the tendencies that il was too dark to it, all that teeimc: nat SUCCt."IUI opposition io Ulf'l I J-- : ;
from the U. S. sloop Saratoga, and sailed to peace which were beginning to be strongly I he had, no candles or liijht, pmhlhl.rat he, tfie aid, Fortunately for his success-and for Taylor is almost hopeless, in despair at i Amf.riran. rr.vely put forth column (If
P
forTampico on the 17th, where situ arri\'et manifested in the city and the could tell him t the purport aid (who the country-ho has forestalled any such evident pro-pect of his election }brl'cvinzthat I I cumenf: io support; of party organization, t \

on the following morning.A postponement (suspension) rif Gen. Scotts 1 I poke summons Endi.h:fr an fl'i ntly,' ) rlp1E11."urn'nh'r" that ,it a?was Gen.a movement, and saved himself from time opposition at the North the fact of his 'being a :i is well that thosi who believe tint the cp.-]
which ha.l tin
detachment *
gone up advance had not only arrested ihe further Garay haJ sufficient men and means; to conquer which: a continuance of such conduct si ivehoMer, will deprive him of the votes pf: rooting rf nil pnrty ,tinrtions.. and H
tiver had returned to T.unpico blinking the flight oldie from the Capital. but
deputies
I him, and he \\ j.hllllo spare an tfFuionof blood." would have excited. Since time pub Union of the People is essential to a further !
following information, connccte I\\i:1: the i induced many to return. to ttke; part i in t the Col. IeUuy returned the letter} time Democrats, and carry the Abolition! !:I

attack upon our forces by the I pxicnc.As .- interesting debates: on the opening of the moptned., t to I Ihe imredlatel.aid, all he the aid, to tel llc'liol' of G.%n. Taylor's ktler. lie Masses: I and perhaps some of the Whi!s a:'nnst him ; nnintenar.re of the Union of the St;'!.

ocaras could ascertained, t they march session, on that day tIme 71h. To this the li'ii. Ciaray th.il; t the idea of surrender had never (,f time Democracy hive everywhere plven; countinc: ou the .support of Mr. Benton in I should, eek by all means in their power.to ]
ed within seven miles of Huujutia on the cannot Irivt: the least reluctance catered his mind}, and.he I therefore declined any ''p. the
deputies i vent to their iVHinas in his favor. froy effects upon the minds! of tEe
West the exp'oded I
the azain.
morning of the lihh insf., when the Mexicans since by :< resolution adopted) by them in corl'-rl.nI..nle !that j-ubjert"! -<.\hen the aid I ITillltlr h:1': { essayed !
\\ I Whiz Pi" m lie frding is by no People uh'.rb: ; are rnlciitatnlio! he prcdnerfjby
and lifter (lie! li-ual : to the of
opened : heavy fire on them from: all the sitting of the 10th of June. they had rejected lai/r. comnplimme.t. rdircll expedient presenting pronfr

directions. Capt. Wise got his piece of the brought forward), Crl'J.! fpH'1"C\\orrpraT.p(! fs means unanimous: I in favor of PI. .Talor.amT the South that amphibious nmatNoa- I such articles emanation from such reI

artillery to bear on the enemy and) after to declare Prfo"ilionlhen recess. We ourselves made, ie L'tobeunsaddlfd( ld e\- in :few obscure cases his ''Sitrml leller" TuRN MAN vmi SOUTHERN spprtabfe sources. In deciding! such important
rythin had the appearance, to the Mexican, ol PrI.Hi. I
discharging six or right rounds of crape into are all anxiety fur the receipt of fur his remaining I here rill nigM.! In thi. however has brought out expressions of disTpproba- PLIS-and have put forth ben! T. Woodbury I questions, prejnnnt perhaps with

their raks they gave way and lied to the ther IP\\' The next arrival will inall (hey were d cei\.I, for the Colonel look up hi* the he fatr- of the which
: (tion. Hut a large majority of leading in that disguise>th their i endorsement l country, anti upon
On each ide of the road the
chappaial. the debates hi the Mex-
probability, bring us line of march at 2 o'clock A. M., during one ( .
.
Americans continued fighting their way can Congress, on the I 7th instant. the heaviest ram storms ever experienced and Whip papers thiouzhnut thp Union hive of his soundness upon the Wdmot Proviso lending! journals! in She Union are foonddi-

L back tovv.trds'the] liver it illcn"aJs. until the pael tilently through the city. They took the expressed satisfaction at ihe course he has The Northern Democratic vided( in !p .tinenf. it becomes (difficult {
of the [From the N. O. Com. Times.] road for Peniica, pas-ing in a contrary direction to question.
they were relieved -
morning; lGthlp.1 thcn'il announced ashy him intended} be have eagerly !snatched at the unhoped I the People in s* arrh of truth to determine -'
by a reiuforcclcut } (men. They THE BATTLE OF IIUAJUTLA. the one he came by, and on which Gsny wasencamped press I:
the subject of the Presidency. on \'IIichsillp.lipaheri"hr.anJ) which eoane t
returned to Tatnpico at a late hour on the We are indebted to an attentive correspondentat and was ten miles from .Tantajcca, pursued on for straw by which to save their drowning

16th with : loss of twenty killed, ten wounded I'aniico; for the subjoined account of the exciting whelllyiht: overtook; him. Some Wliij papers of eminent character fortunes. But if they calculate that the Columbus ,Ii.; mot conducive 10' the preserfatiou if';',
Ihe lancers and guerrillas i \
and two missin Among the number evvr.ts that have recently occurred in that 1'o'dlc{ \ jr., have declared their determination to endeavor Times, Bannrr and Jacksonville their liberty and happiness. In such a enj'j -
asain cjme in iht, and hung in the rear (of the S01llla1 -
killed was Capt. Uoyed, who fell in the tirst neighborhood.: letachment all day -p"ann2[ : and shoeing down, to maintain the organization of the WhinPaity I ..Yirs speak the sentiments of sis what can be more wise and more coir'genhl '
charge, with three bails;! through his body. Mexico) July IS, 1317.! any i
T.-
(
wit hont iich unfortunate itnc-
<
IIICO. wlsiti
mercy pc"'I'i and insist upon a National Convention I but (titling of the in to time feelings! of veneration ;
Col. DC Hussy escaped without a portion Democracy,
injury OENTLKMEN-Considerable exniernerit has tried ofTfrorn the main body. On one occasion a I' I
though several balls passed) through his exUted 1 this city for the pat two week- in large body of lancers cl.I"let in a group, whenCapt. -of which, if Gen. Taylor should he the I the places of their respective publication, we entertain for the FATHKR l3 {

coat. Capt.Vise i 1a J his horse shot; from I re.liof to the detention, by eneral Garay, at \Vy!e gave a !; with a charge of nominee, they would \'iflt him a w jIll mm:111- j they erroneously estimate ihe importance. TRY than t.) seek counsel from his COIJ-1.
under him. The men airl! officers foughi l ( ol GuamU: (pronounced M'ahontla) 110 canister, and great havoc among both hor-es and i i iI
: Tlieyareluly( convinced. no doubt WELL ADDRESS to his I -
port.
IJH'ch'. Tin Me.vican l less. in this battle i i-; miles. from. here, of one hundred.. and. .eighty, Ame-' riders, killing and wounded about 30. men, and .r ______.__.._ ,.r .1._ :_ __ 0.11 I I! the} papers named.; No one in the South has n tu ri:r*Vi .r 1.-. _! __.I._ .I t tIII
reported to be 100 killed, 120 wouuded.I I nranslio: were recently II!>rlcllll: Hie cityoi! from that lime they kept at a respectful f1 'lance. II lit curri'iint ui IiI(: npHI'HI" i ever looked to them as exponents of the i miii; lu u"e In s simple HJJII inouesi"age. "-

all Mexico, and sent to-.vaids this city with a small The Mexicans followed onr little detachment they ;advance : that Whis principles; are !I of the brief he offered the "rounsels of aaoU
Tho Americans also lust 12 or 15 hordesand whow.-re: taken Idit Kebrmry ; few shots opinions PJopu-they are
(- They are those for two days, occasionally exchanging a
GO pack mules. c'rr about to be triumphantly vindicated by the I abstracts of what Ihe\ in and affectionate friend;* hoping that tin
st E'l arJriol. The relownpd General; .ieut. Jleiinherg was shot in the arm during the \ (Wi'alleadas.h
The Sc'c Orleans Las iroucht us full iaray, in i, true Mexican !tylf. prt-teriiled l that retreat the first day. When Col. De Rusiy cot voice of ihe People and that they (:10 only I caucus assembled") deem to be would h now and then recur fa moderate i j

files of El Arco Iris and El Sul de Aln1tr' heir paporls were not correct, and that he within I;miles of Ponuca, he dispatched Mr- be successfully established m the rnaintain- proper sail t \I
: cf party spirit. to warn apinsl
pang
by and done. The Northern Cat rolled in the
to the ICth, as well ss letters from our correspondent would be under the necessity of detaining them (;(.O. Lefler, an old citizen of this place, to Co!
I to that date. at Guauta. until he could hear from his govern- Gates, gicig him account of his position, and informing ance of ihe Whig Party in its present organization Southern meal tub as the Mercury aptly I mischief of foreign. interference eoa1J, C

authentic melt. him of their being entirely out of ammunition ; that the election to office of llgainst the impostures pretended patriot' \
lly this?rrival we have more rumors terms the so-called Northern Man icith Southern (9 \
An expedition was fitted out on the &th instant and a large body of the enemy in his '
of than that have reached nn man, \Vhig though he lie re.1 ism." A solicitude .for wtlfarf.
peace any may is entice your \ 1
hv order of Colonel Gates, and the command of itHivi.n rear. C1 Principles, not likely) to many
us for sometime past. Injustice tpourselves to Colonel Dellussy, of the Louisiana re- Gates immediately dioptchec Lieut. Col. dound to the success of Whi" principles .I Southern mice within reach of his claws-a said the Immortal \V3shit; lon. whiel 5

,' we feel called upon to state that the report giment. The expedition consisted of f one hundred : Co1 to his relief \\''" men, pieces ol unless he achieves his victory by Whi? i than Levi tried that cannot end but with my life, and ihe t'Pft- i
of the rejection by the Mexican Congress ., and twenty men, and one six pound fieldpiece cannon and plenty of ammunition. Lieut. Co I j more wily man trptr.1I
of Mr. Buchanan's overtures of peace; published ; forty men third artillery, commanded by Marks went Io Penuca with his command) per! arms and battles as an APOSTLK of \Vhi -| mcnt-one, whose skill in il-ticks rose a hension of danger, natural to that solicitude

f and fully believed by us, was derived 'apt. U'yse P)rly dranoin, mounted ommtraine slamhoafhN he met Col. De Kussy and his gcry. From these views we differ in common shade higher than any other man's in the urge me, on an occasion like the present.

*. froma private fetter dated Mexico. :3d,I July. <\ mu-.taii!; horses and commanded by Captainn"'d command completely tired out, and almost with with a vast majority of the'hig pa. offer to solemn contemplation! aDd I II *
and caused! him be your
,. of the Baltimore country, to cojnparcd by
Lieut. Tonn -
,end written by a member of one of the mot af,1 hil.lle out a cartridge. As there was an attack anticipated 4
F prominent commercial firms in that; capital. attalion; and forty from the Louisiana the following night!. on this place both pers of the Union. We shall not the less his admiring followers, to that astute and I recommend to your frequent reviewOme t

\Ve had, therefore, no reason, whatever, to i regiment, cornmaniie-J by Captain* Mace partiri returned. rejoice at the election' of a man to office, sly animal, ,the Fox-but even h MARTIN !sentiments which are the result of mush ;(

doubt its authenticity; and! we are still at and Se uine-Icutenuit Lindenbur er, Campbell Thus ended one of the most brilliant affairs, who is honest and capable, and who is a ( reflection of no inconsiderable observation ;
and Lonisianna LITTLE found "u No
) reifn't.accompanied for the numbers engaged in it, (terminating; witha 'lI :I-GICI? no go.
a loss to conceive how the writer himself tlC expedition, to act in such Capacities masterly retreat) which have taken place during Republican i in sentiment, because he may man anticipates aul1 but a brief career" and which appear to me all important to in* !

could have been thus i imposed upon. The ai might be required.] this war. Col. De Hl1.qy was every where in owe his election to the fact, that he declined] for this of felicity a:* a people f'
new-fangled of down permanency your
respectability of the party relieves him of Their' march for four days was uninterrupted, the hottest of the fight and pointed 'his solitary plan putting
the slightest suspicion of a desire to impose pa3ins; through I the towns of Poebla-Viejo, Tam- several times, while bullets were falling the supporl to be derived from pal)' drill OLD Zcii-save perhaps its author the These will be offered to you with the more f pi
glH :
upon others. With this e plnatitn. we pico-Alto,0/uarna and Tantoyuca, in all of which around him as thick as haiJ and parly: tactics threw himself upon the Editor of the Columbus Timesvho seems freedom as you can only see in them tW .

proceed to lay the news before our reac"r the people made profe, ions, of frienJihip, and Capt. Wyse behaved most gallant manner, whole people, and( by them was elected, inconsequence disinterested warnings of a patting frirt I
had within miles of Guautla eight prodigiously tickled
The Sol dc Anniiua.mentions thai a private : got seven : and fully proved himself to he a cool l and skilful
there on the llth inst., miles hCjowlthe last Ol'ntionet town and one officer.! Capt. Mace after Lieut. Tannehi of their belief of his peculiar o H'en at the noise himself has made," who can possibly have no personal mou'fl J

ifroin eXlre'Hurived, in dates in the :3J inil. mile the Colonel met mortally wounded placed the r on gun fitness for the station to which he as- and( parades his columns ns evidences that to bias his counsel." .
an Indian, who informed him that a large force of bullets. Segiiine
carriage midst a shower Capt. -
.Gen. Scott was still at Puebla nor were Mexicans, under the command of Garay, bar has a shown himself to be brave and effi I pired.At. he has struck the right chord, extracts from I have already intimated to you the danger*tI }

there any indication of! a forward movement. 'heard of hu,approach, and was in ambush on both officer. this very period, we have before our two very influential Sourthern Journals- parties in the State,with particular reference ,

The town was very tranquil. sides of the river. Co DeRu-ssy immediately cent do threat injustice to two humbebut eyes editorials contained in ihe same Whig the Athens Banner!! and Jacksonville the founding of them on geographical distinetioW-a* .
\ Advices had been received on the day despatched Lieutenant Lindcnburqer, actitig'Adjntint brave men did I pass them mmnnoticedicliaelFury ) Let me now take tnorecnmprehen4iveveswarn *
from the of with an order to halt the column (ad- of Co. A and Forrell of Co. H. papers, who are so coy of touching Gen. Xctcs you. in the mot solemn manner, a#&* ,
Irevious city Mexico, announcing tnArl friiarrl\ nrulor "mm"n,1,. "r (!iflt1tfl RowL n. ,. yr.-, Louisian .I .. _:_ :_ ..7._i .,..u I _. .-. "T.. It f*4"1.t.i I. 1._ __ AAA.| .1.. .I..a I the baneful effects nf I!.". SPIBIT... of PARTY I* :,
1 XllVdJ IIUIUJ Hllt<'l '- .IIIUIIIAJl -YI"J-- in anu oe- WliUl (t ii .I uui u; l' -.u---- -" -- -- -- -
_ that Government l.t appointed three volunteers lley- were every cnarge 'oIH frjUlCtf lIt (i:rrfI. 11l \11 ; II\IIU. It1 politicalleaders rtalli t
had halted at the river for the I "
The Captain purpose
_ _. commissioners to confer with Mr..Trist a i of watering his,horses, and whitein that act, have in loss the on most I the occasion gallant manner.was about thirty killed VICTORY IN NEW LlA3lPsImRE-the election and,) party editors, whose principlesas This i spirit, unfortunately, is inseparable from I

Sao Martin Temeslucan eight leagues fromMexico,3ml he received a destructive fire from an unseen wounded and missinz, while that of the Mexicans of Tuck, Democrat, and Wilson, Whig, by John Randolph said are sevcn Jicc I II onr nature, having its root in the strongest*

it was supposed they would enemy. As I said before, the horses were all is set down at 160 killed and wounded.: an alliance of Whigs and ImleprndentDemocrts. I I loaves and two fishes-men whose sole con- sioniofthe human mind. It exists under&stiB
meet him on the 4th July. rnustanqp, and at the t report of musketry they became The following are the names of the lie I ent shapes in all governments, moreor less I I
the of the riders kied. Why should not the same sideration in selecting candidates. for office, controlled of alar PP11
_ We have seen SIll l de A 1 alwfr. unmanageable, threw most 1 wounded and massing: I or repressed ; but in those
letter dated sJ July 2d. The writer and created great confusion. Capt. Boyd dashed C.\ BOYD'S TRA.OO"iKin.rJCapt" Boyd, feelings of pleasure be produced by the is whether the success of the nominee IL'il t form, it is seen in its greatest rankneuandlt t

: that lie does not doubt that a treaty of across the river, followed by his Lieutenant and Ser t Barker, BrnerWounredlilut. prospect of the election of a President bya inure to their benefit should leave no stone truly t their worst enemy. eer
says I shot in the The alternate dominion of faction
timecommissioners. men. In crossing the Captain: was Private Laxton one t
peace would be concluded at once that by the 1 fix head and of course died on reaching the opposite Tonofhi.! .-Privltf I I. Brown. similar coalition of the People of all par- unturned to defeat the election of i man, another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge,D31nt t

-- lie also says considcrabl in shore. Three of the men were also killed. Al Private P. Burke, Private Marshall Private Mulli ties? To us the victory in New Hampshireis who in the bestowal of office, would look to ral to party dissension, which in different ? j \.
Peace party has become so this took before Lieutenant Lindenburge gan. and countries has perpetrated the roost DOW
the capital that he thinks that Santa Anna reached him.place The remainder succeeded in re I THIRD ARTILLERY, Co. D-Wounded.-Private by no means a matter of so much rejoicing the JelTersonian qualifications ohonesty and enormities i is itself a frightful despotism. :
Chas. S. Allen, Private Peter Private ana
(who is always on the side of the strongest) crossing the river, and joined the main body.- James Russell Private John Rlssel. .- as it appears to be to some of our Whig capability alone-and who would turn no But this leads at lensth to a more formal ,

I will soon pronounce himself favor of that Thus fell one of the bravest and finest men that Thomas Mason. nal.- brethren at the South. Unlike an alliance man out of office for opinion's sake ; but we permanent despotism. The disorders and U'ries 'I
ever lived.Onhearing. REOIMENT.-Killed.-Private John which result,gradually incline the mj
LOUSINA
measure.A I letter from Pucbla, which was wutcn : the report of the musketry from the Brown, Company A.; Private Gustavu9 Colson, of the whole People, without regard to arc-somewhat surprized to find Whig Edi- men to seek security and repose in the 31J31A"t.

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't-rl but
i certainly corn under the
f'xtrrmitflf ; new law the
Withl'lut) 1' to an t LCejttY [From: the Tallahassee Sentinel. 1 one of the finest steamships we have as good. In the main cabin the arrangements free-traders JACKSON WHIG 1 1U.EEtL'
1I0t t : ever it is than
ol1ht worse
lI'les say nothing to ,
this kmJ (\hirh IH'\'rt and continual i i r.CNEKAL TAYLOR. seen in our harbor.Ve visited: her from are as comfortable as in the first. Thereare the A
Ii Iiml"hi \\ PAPER
out of i iht'; ) the commOTl I I The New her deck 84 beds in the first ester owner. ;
to t her cabin
of i ntIident Jersey papers publish a letter upper to keelson ) ; five TO BE ,
of the l'trtNC yesterday roms LY
f SpIrit ofa wise people to 1 1di I.: from Gen. and now furnish ourreaders not are furnished with four beds each, one with LfRifN\"f,
Taylor dated June only
it th! illtercst and dutY 21st, in response a six CLAIMS FOR PENSIONS AUD BOUUTTLAND. .
make
rt'strnin it. ', description of her, but also with the and the others with two, like the other I THE undersigned

"It cotl1'3t'['I\ P a"d i to ditrart tjI'! puhlic (0'111.1; and I,, f> his nomination for the Presidencyat ticulars of her pasate across the Atlantic.par- steamers. All the furniture is made of .-The Union of Saturday: evening Town of Marianna, Jacfcibn propose cojunfy.publishing. Florida jn.th a.

enfrebla the pllbllc admini.lrati.n. 11 attate'the and I Ital..e Whig meeting held in Trenton the The Union left Cherb.url! on the 22d of hl any, carved in style and the chairs, ma-I publishes the following information to claimants weekly newspaper with the above 'title. .

communil\"with ill (Mildi'd! jl'alou"ie of (mo part : identical plare which has given one of ourSenalors June, at 7 o'clock morning, and ar- chairs and bureaux, are of a magnificent on the Pension Office, and particularly i culture This paper will bedevptedjo Literature, Agri

abrms kllltlt. the aninW41Y rived here on Thursday! the 8th of model. These last pieces are covered with : and Science; it will afca contain Liii
in-I I much
ocC"a.ional riot and! so trouble of late. The July, at relating to the Volunteers of the current news of the
('In'ntiJ 6 red present dayancJartfdes i'r
o'clock crimson ot'the
.ZaIflt anotlll'r) door tn furcin influpnce I Ia1d \ General in the afternoon. The day of her veve velvet which looks simple Whig support
tlon. It open4 the says : departure and war with!! Mexico : Policj. _
and The .
SUrTet find f.tC"ilitih-d Inte the day ol her arrival being very elegant. bedding i is as The want of I
rnrruptinn, which it elf thro\ra a Iho 1'11:111'11'1. t j S "I embrace this occasion to remark. that L divided, as is generally done in the case of soft and good as desirable ; and the berths I For the information of persons who have felt in Jackson a Walton local paper has been.Mrerelj.

&.w.'r"lment Tu: the policy and t the will 01) if the people of this country desire to place the English steamers, the French steam- are as airy as possible. claims for pension or bounty lands, the ties, and has led to the proposed and.Wahin establishment(n. coun, .

par_"P.!,,'.. paiOfl.".'Itrr rpsubl'etN1tfl the will of a\OtJ: '. .1 I ,me I_ h.in'the r.high office. of...Chief Magistracy_ I I ship .has made her passage in fifteen days instead ,In short. ,. the French steamer Union, I. -Commissioner- of Pensions- has requested us this" Journal.. of_

U'. T'mt- if fl/l oflhliOfl thflt porties f1J a Jrf'e i uu IKII if PI mJsCI at uucriy to reiuse ; hur, of sixletn. This "is quite a remarkable wnose length on deck, from tanerel lo night !i io state mat no preference can be given in J ne undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-"

'",:.,". aTe nsetul check* upon the adminitra- I on the contrary, in that position, as well as trip for a ship that had never before made heads, is 19G feet, with a breadth of beam i any case to a claimant or agent who may appear ronage to enable them ;fo commence ib public-'

"fthe C\'t.r ., 'r.t. a-.,] ere to keep limit alive one more humble, it wil!! ever be my pride I her way across the Atlantic, and whose of- of 42 feet, is a magnificent ship. \Ve must in personal the Pension Office For tion by the 1st September- .

V''n't of lihc-rtv, Thi within certain | and constant endeavor to serve the country ficers were somewhat ignorant of the road. confess that the painting is not so clean as { several weeks past, the office has been visi TERMS-Three dollars per annum, in advance.

Ir,!. h.l'v! : true .and in governments look with i-I'a\ilence moiiar1 -, with all the ability possess." In addition to this the chief engineer has desirable, but the French Government, after ted] by claimants and agents who reside a $3 end 50 of if r the paid within six months; or $4 0 at the
irtIm I year. .
rhla.I'I': i' p4I'lav.T.uponitip may pirit of party Hut Tlc Editor of the Louisville ((1).) Jour- shown us his log book, in which it is stated its long delaY, did not at best have sufficient short distance from the seat of govenment, .. BENJ. G. LIDDON C0'July
with
; to ,
If nd of t7ie i'llllllo.r, character* in orcrn- nal having stated that he hid recently seena that for the purpose of repairing the machinery I time for the company to fit out this urge immdinte attention to their busi- ] 31, 1947. &_ .

in jnse pllrf'tltctil'r.. it is a .spirit not tn be.tn- letter and arranging some other matters, the' steamer as they desired to.Ve have been I ness. To give such persons the preference -5- -: -

f1Itnt r.ourc1grJ, Frqm their natural tendency, it I i.* rer- I addressed] by General Taylor to a Union was stopped fourteen hours during assured that the next steamer to come, the over those who reside at a greater distance. NOTICE. ,

bin there \\111! ah.-ay' he e1ollh of that ;pirit gentleman of that city, in which Gen. T durinl abpncf the cifv will
fr every ui.urpose.. And, there twin lor twice declares himself aVhiig.," the thing relative to the difference between New I' Department has therefore renewed tbe rcgu- \ lease apply to Mr. Charles .
; Ven.
constant aa-i-er; of ere ., the rjjart oiis>ht to! be. Washington) Union expresses doubts: and York and Cherbourg, and Boston and Liverpool I: \: J:QUISITln::ESS.-" Ask me no latons of former years ; and notice is now July 12 :. DAY ft CO.' .
initiate an; a:
opinion, to questions and given that all
jnMie tell claims
of received
lies" mail
. by force Il you no used to by or -'-
A fire not to be (quenched it demand* challenges the of the letter. To will de State of FJorid-n
it. production be otherwise acted I
suaze to p're ni its briMin-r into a second day she was at sea a headwind a common saying with parents, when the on in the order in ,.. .
.uniform'iilanC'e this challenge the Journal makes the following which they are received at the office. The FRANKLIN COUNTY.'
began to blow and children
','st. instead of warming, it should conflam kept blowing during put awkward questions lerri- all *
,
as great and persons having dernr d
the unexpected increase in TO ag.iJr.4t t eY-
entiiely satisfactory: which whole On the third )
,
response passage. day ble
children" of
Nathan
lale
IUO' sometimes will. Some of the the Pension Office will Seymour, of aid
as a matter of CsUflI7,
I Gen. I out, a fatal accident. took in the course. deceased !
beloved in place
places Taylor the en- notice is hereby
anticipnted by our precisely politi-
The period' fathers" given that I have
cause
cine room. The second machinist named "great of the red men, Washing some delay in tbe examination of ken 'from the !fax
has arrived, when a recurrence cal position which we have all along believed I and claims, but those who concerned Honorable Court 'T Probate i>f said;
\Vasliinstnn Thomas ton elsewhere are
having come down to the lowest may feel inclined to "bluffoff" may county, Letters Testamentary upon the same.'ardV'
counsels! of an old affectionate I' ] him to : I rest assured that the exertions that all
of the greatest claims
. to "these occupy part machinery, was fixing a screw, the Seminole chief by an application of S are will be barre if not rr *
l friend has become necessary to moderate The letter of (Gr-n. Taylor, to which we when the unfortunate man was struck on that I now making to expedite the pension and within two year after t hE of this lentt

. of spirit" and to guacl !f leferred was addressed) tn the lion.V.. J. the head by the lever and his skull broken. common saying, when the question I 'land business and that the strictest impartiality men" MILTON i N. : \ .

the plO: ; patty j i I Graves, of tll. ctty. by whom it was shown '{, Thomas had. stiengih enough to reach 1 SCOT.

: t,5nst the imposture of that pretcndedhich to us on the 27th nf June I deck where the paragraph from the Cherokee according to the order in which they are re- 7
., I j tl., and by whom j I surgeon of the Union gave Ad, o- S iiTZ.Yeat: ard
patriotism: ," \ : calls! on theVliigs and! WI were authorized. to lake the use of it i him every attention which a most touching I ceived. :e,-tuality, for ale Sa Powder. o ti

: the Demociats Rally vn.Ici the Banners I Ih1 we
. 1 I I nnt"i",.,,.. ..,- 5---. 'u._. '5--- I .r'Pr.. Ut.lt'n .1... r .I, ... I.L'_ ___ ., TH POJT.-I seems the agents onme of the present week_ the number._._ __ nf__ IfUfrq _.. -.- -- -
n. -
: JI I. 1111. I'n\elJ HrlOu"m '' VI '" \Jen. I. J- 'I II'- ""j \ ooruer : -
cf."' Party J1r P I / UUr'UIt ) furnished with the was; so' great a* to take 4$ hours SULPHATE am MURIATE of QUININE.:
twice ih't-l.ires died and nearly to
1 Taylor ; in it that; he is "A : ny was launched to his last resting amendment !
, which excl.iHn; in the c.irs of the People, to the intercourse law :1 examine them I
. j jViI 1--le declines this directly and unj i place in presence of all the officers, crew, ling the whisky trade the respec July 1 J. c. ALLEN.
useful checks the among Indians
. that pirtics are upon j equivocally. At the same time, as we re- ,and. passengers, who assisted in the ceremony and the regulations -

rlministn"oti of the sovernment and serve mni t keil before he disclaims all partisan ;! evidently with the deepest sorrow. A for carrying t them into issued effect by, Mr. Marcy l I THE ALL POWERFULLNESS OF GEItS.- SANS SOUCI IIOTEE.' :

.r to kef J ;ahv'he "!piri: rf liberty." I I t bitternessand] ;nvmvs his anxiety io sec his !} Catholic! priest who was among the passen- been made known to the Seminoles.These have Between this sun of the soul, which God THE subscribers respectfully inform- tbeic'.

, \\'e to ihc People, have ihe ar- beloved country delivered! frm'lhc (lisasnous !I gers, L'Abbe Hutem, presided at the cerernon' chief, Wild! Cat, has and the has placed as a deacon between ourselves and the public generally, that they
you
say I consequence of ,violent jnirtyisTi. In I j ; and this solemn burial was a sad influence promised to use his and him, as an elevation far above us, and the have opened the above establishment, and ar,

-uments lid i I appeals of yonr political leadeN S one jmaiiiaph he siy: .. I that ",ui I hionh him- I I|I spectacle. vending of to all suppress; the introduction and millions of our men who must strpnelhenand now ready to receive boarder,and hopetthrough.

OInlpolitiral\ witters-and > oti have the j I self' a \\ :: vet, if he had the power to i j t This was the only lemarkable incident his intoxicating liquors among enlighten themselves by it, proper attention to receive a share of. pa'tronaze..

warning counsels) of jli.it Old and) affectionate I I make a President of the U. States, and if J i that occurrei ilur'r : the voyage, and the people.i few but has at the same time forwarded prejudices, the low hated of mediocrity, the The Wines Bar will be well furnished with choice
I 'he knew I pungent questions to the honorable teaction of the idolaters, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant
arrived
win. in the-; Irish office of Prr i- here safe and in cood order. petty may accumu-
fnen.l.!: who l"d through the i. will be well
Secretary with
_ you by late supplied Game, Fish and
!; ,dent would administer'} I the Government in I Before reaching her ;pier at the foot ofClin- the of his Wiof acknowledging thick unwholesome vapors, but it is only tens, of the best quality in Oyi-
"illff"N< an I brrtiight, you safely unto he |; the- receipt regulations.A for a lime, and the of !eason .
r i jratr-i purity and do most towards ton street, she met with some difficulties immortality geniuscan
re- i oc- few since JAMES GrS ? &'CO.
'' he visited
\ "J"lIfl%( of promie"-the appeals of tie, sl' : by "occular demon- All _
former aic nteird; whilst they are goided of tIme Republic) he would make that man' I was crushed to pieces ; and when near the station.:' that it was fashionable those who have watched the sunrise : B.-Gentlemen who wish 'for refreshment

of and filled President no matter: ) to what he wharf German brig having refused to among the upon the Alps from some lofty peak have in their can be accomodated
tti'h the !hi'f'rnri' s party spirit party rnigliti move. "chiffs. headmen, and people" of the roms at short
LTni-
1 seen from Mount Cenis first
i no "* l broke her left paddle box, with its the night, the notice.
: ,>tit ,ili"lu-t!i of pa\\'f'r-thp >asead 'itof the "linallln2. But bowsprit. ted States to tk.a little of the "creature"for vast night, and void!, but in which
one
| Thf sentiment i, v/nrihv of the 0111) I now the Union is safely fastened to the the stl '
. :vri w',j K dfii,,er"l liy one wlio was all fur I, tn n-li"ro. and it may regarded" )IJ all pa-- 'r wharf. In a few days she will be ready to to know by"from they Mr.hore to it, and he wishes would say, a creation was elaborating itself A CAD. _

; i. Ihf" hl'i..intct"E' .tI'J S ;is an I nf ) parties i receive visiters who Mercy, whether such is --then the first ray of life trempling THE subscriber b to inform the citi-.
./' "I I.r/-t, warn- inriralill i the m spoil) i I t I which may assure themselves still the case ? whether he himself and those

of a .lenaiiH friend.! who: coul 1 I lI'himself will administer t the Government I of all. the elegance and comfort which can a orrasinnallv "takes upon the horizon vague and pale, like a horinr .-palacbicol. n t Kls oftheneib. I
.
sty 'posluxe litle" :. and whihc'r u _. rhp... timed and uncertain hone : then the fine h3
; 5 hly lilt ;personal 1 ?niome to Lias his I. Wlpn ins (ronmrjmen' I"I, c,11 mm to tie DC uispiayeu Union uy has me trpncl oiiicers.The other '-big i men" are fond of "a horn ?1" and of fire cutting the blue heaven, firm Iocr and decided posed itus city and tor the purpose of printing music m-
: for her
KdmondIlebeit. for the
Pre.iI"nf I capt'iir; whether it is for arranged Piar.o Forte as w ll,
wor . lounsel. Choose \c! nrli1 to as d promise; and then at a given signal as for other instruments-
Esq., Knight of the Crosrsof Honor He
To the ; the than it is for white intends keep
aTe purport oroH"a.( .) a very amiable gentleman$ and who is known man ? There fs much the sea of vapor mounts slowly from the constantly on hand a selection of tie 10 fash

1.I. [IVm the N. O. Com. 1 J i imp; ] ITcrald publishes the following Ictfr from ( to he an excellent officer. frien point 1 in will these questions, and we hope our I abyss gray and ombre as doubt extending ionable pieces, and his prices per copy mot, shall :

\1PiT\T, : PI-( '( \-Etl: -THE THREE! I :in officer of the \'rinii Regiment, "Ions Mr. D'Hespcque officer be honored with an answer in due itscffrom! a shroud between the earth and moderate, to suit the times; he also offers (bE or
an of the
I M'.U.\S: !( IN UpiillATJu.N" I II ole t tiive. The homilies read to an Indian on the stair of day, rising like a bad thought be- sale, Piano F9rtes of the most approved make "
known to us (says t the Ilr.ru'tas' ) spntle- navy, and a very fine old gentlemen, full of the dangers he is
Tltre i* a s-'raiisi1 letter in I the l last no in- : of the accursed fire twen the word] and truth ; I which succeedsthe prepared repair and tune Pmnos, and put
,
j of charac'er urbanity acts TS Messrs. Heiault & Han- and his waler"I I ( them in "
man and
order
. her of tin SjMti afrit1. puh- j|\ illcjl (nce. in whose dcl's I great exposure to them can struggle, eminently poetic, between the that he perfect ; he also begs iSare to say,
special board of the is
I'j'i <,'uel Mr.l ,
) comes L'-iine! the second officer the qnerU of Wild I Guitar and all the different
!h. 1 !'tv the ahm* ; li'!. .. Cat, when he sees how the rollin- mist, here black there Brass
H*; \1I.; : .i' striking wo ids.TV :nr:( who has himself been as envy, Instrument?, such as Bra '
i in the
a captain I ; g't. Cornopeon, Saxhorn
i
i: t vi.'IT i ; win; ;d f'H' !his conmiutii'.iiiitn i i iic CAMP > I.rr.v: V'S.June 11, 117. merch,.mf nThen t mere are two lieu- the much United sprit: is consumed iti i high-places in I| dull and heavy a? senseless ignorance; a Trombcne &c., and offers to teach his pupils ,
J.\r States
. "i-1; h! i i si.t "..ite* thlt:1It'! n ass'.ie !J. ': ', I I ten.mts, :'i miir. 1riiiden< and Tona lrp.i into and that its introduction I biting cold the while encircling you in its their residence. Those wishing to obtain at

i : w !livi, ot 1 "rcspiiMsiliili'v *" hlli'"f, ,|i ejv-t'tion.: -- an'l hupp to lp\ill *\ on nl the next i|: The Surgeon is Mr. P.rfrson.? This dell for th 'the Indian country is legal when inten I I serpent like forts threatening your heartlike services, will find him at all times (except !
Ion gen-
"a )
(eft! H'.\.ria l I'r \r-r.' Cl'uz. inte:1! I iiitfi : :'i l' givo ; p"l. : 'tmnt i tiennn, whose use of officers and troops stationed uncertainty: in the hour of the trial on a visit professionally) in his music rom \b.en
- ;is iuil.I atj-1 :i ::1 I :altogether," fur Old medical Inowlect has been at the JUhctntuniy Commerce
) j ( until
th of nil/zi military atasl/ the sun, disengaging himself street. '
: i 1111I11"II..1)! to ? riiy \l"xn'o.ti < mentioned 105(3.
:;iF Rftt.f'i. I l ihe j i to us in relation to Orders for Music
"I' v i principally Instruments
DIHocr"tic- | from the or will with'prompt
1 ,., I cloud, reveals himself meet
:1 i n i I- .f lit*! fljflt'iII14flee$ : the high in beasen. -
''I accident of
i the ,
that they are trvin I throw) poor machinist i* ? DIRECTIONS FOR DESTROYING INSECTS. i H. BERNREUTER
:\ atention
. per ; otne calm in his ,
j j ,t f''I., .Irr''e in lime lie wi::! < I"f : he : i r fine glory, and inundates you '.
,I roMv.n<'i' on hi..n immitinn fur Pre.-itlent : very looking gentleman, wcithy of the -\-e are inllrhte. to General Johnson, of in the midst I of the Professor of Music.
Mexi ) with
n. HIli."ith this in'ro !hlillll. dazzling snows,
ill
, i rank: he Apalachicola, July 10
and! doiiht 1S47.
: t'f whether his pnl.iticai; I oCliries.Th : hlanr, the following directions warmth and 26-ti
'' .II'r..r.'I.I\.u2 iuf tl!* editors light. Such is the life of Ge-
'n-1 irir: ; I thvtt i iY
) ,pies' arr i1 f tlic) Whi SclinjI. I have r prind-I ; rnachinest in chief is Mr. Joannet, for destroying: caterpillars and other noxious nius. Bull's and Sand's ..

o. |ti.r'1"-( .i emts I r1:1 qn" Uon i is SCHIP Mexico !'[ ti j.f"ftiun'o: :now t that he isa t genuine Whig, j having the rank of on officer. The.crew is insect*, infesting trees, by \I Taien, who SARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale! by.

r t-orji'isf!) : oi'making Sanla .\I1nl a'--j I i This i IMVC NMIIICI; from his intimati: i I composed rif.14 sailors and boys, 18 firemen, was rewarded for his discovery by the different H. F. ABELLTrusses
) | 1'1.111,1.1', I \ .'!h i'i I importallt ; uhu j ml..t j AMERICAN CHARACTER. The
discovery -
: 1riend. ant I :Ituin1 others fiom iris can bro- j :cooke, a baler, a chambfr maid and sis'rvnt. Societies of Paris, about one hundred popular ,
- "j': i ,st In e'i n---, ard J which! \. s to tlt- J Jiivr. u ]I *. pulse beats high not more on account of the i INGLE and double for sale .
: ihr. :So that thorp \Vf 1)1(1St( also mention four Take of by
!. I Pan !h<; no: mistake in machinist years ago : common black or bar- S
- ; ." a Trvt i : r this I nlsn/ I *, having rank of misters three of the best valor of cur countrymen upon the tel of July .17 J. 6.: ALLEN.Carpenter's .'
i I nate.: kmnr. ilnt he is t ; masters soap quality j ; flour t of suI., j battle, than their ;
tie
Tbt'W"IweUf't'dJ\ : flf the U. States. Ilh5. chiva'lric
: avowf 1 cnudid.itnof the I he the first carpenter the two other masters 1 ] of kind magnanimity Extra t of liuchu.
; nil phur .
mu.hrools
t rr1 ;ann I :it I Ibs. i
\ ; ;
kindness
\ Cm. ( "imii'! 'll, at U I I v4iia, !r lift will co it ill l5-1 with a perfect rush. As crew, then one furniture maker. and rain or river water, 15 1 gallons. Pouronehalf of i WARRANTED gennine for sale by.

: sun.,' co'ti ii'jiitcatioii; 'with the Government I am now on politics I f i give an idea TliR form of the Union is quite elegant of the water into a barrel of con- ;i personal vengeance for bitter wrongs) to J. C. -LLtl.Stntolel '
at! A'.s'un ', a.id ( Sent The/ des- wil you j their vanquished foes. While!
: the
- j : n. 'c ; I. and Mexican
hold. Her
of the 'I"fitc of parties: I il our U'cim"nt. masts slim and strong, and veuieut size, and] stir in t the soap until it becomes I
1''!1: ;,"s ," "*' i ,,' lii, liy hc la"" soldiers generally murdered and
ive ti Knjli- plundered _
r Of the l.J; faptains; : arc Wlris*. layering ; the figure which stands at her dissolved: ; and then the mush-j ,
.:." I' In',i. ( !:niVra CflZ, we tire'!t till'.) head golden eagle :11e i e"el of their clothes, all whom the current LEGERS, Jourals. and Cash Book..
()tijp :33} IjictitPiianis' 2-i are represents a terminating rooms ;after they have been slightly bruised. !j of battle threw Books, Fine Fools Cap Letter
: .II' r-.1.: JMMT i'lip-jrunce. .Ahhon.h ;'iii The Colonel ami 1 \\-hics. in a dragon's The which Next tie the in I I into their hands ; our brave Pens of -
Major are \ and tail machinery y up sulpher a coarse open I paper. every description, Desk Water
1 r' !" :::1 i t" iiI t.lf f'rUfI Iq t':1t11: itdtiivC ; 'has been men on the contrary, saved the lives ot all Pen *
the I J jetit. (Col., although; a Democrat, is cast at Le Crfncot" foundry, colh. with a stone or other weight Racks, Ink Stands: Quills, Sand Boxes, En
'II"] i 'i ,the C<,n<'.Jl ( Jener.il and: Itis who threw down their arms, relievedthe
I' an open advualu for"Old Rougind) Rea.I..s. possesses great beauty of design, and -is I heAV to cause it to sink, SlfCinl-1 alI velopes, & Also a very extensive assortment
. I "r, i l':1.: :fn'1r: Urit.titled in I Havana.1 ; : I If"rlu.i ...." ..*. .i .. t:*"' :.i__ rr\ _i i- carffllni'l'lfrL' *.Bs4 mnVPQ wid; ,* I II fk .I_ ,.i.." Ltt'5'5.t... ,. ,".. 5 ant want of their wounded, even in the of School .r the latest. and_ .* nn. .
Irl\' I'amnp.rrlal .. ; n" *1 "e"IICUCY. l WI'lllrlS ; ; .. .n. <1r 0<1<', II lit :paec I heat of the frglrf.: Lieut. Mile I editions for sale n -----11. .
- ; la : eircles.: that the ofth rank and file of t t the raiment are alsoWnic I most ('aseanI facility. In short;, it" works of twenty minutes. While boiling siir the ,I I' of the Il- by .
'J..silJtdl"i I il treiteil 4l linois volunteers, in a beautiful letter July 17 J. C.
; q 1:I .tlon nrt hjtJ charmingly.I to the ALLEN.Daiid's _
I I :;. Gen. Woolvho is now in coin- liquid freely, and squeeze the bag ol sulpherihorougly I I New York
more lI..r le than the esn'Jlu'ult'ut f tin Evening Post the following -
-i c> ; Let describes
. man'I of l r.'ir division, is a Wins, as aUo us now 'icitlhe cabins appropriated I before you lake it out. As soonas & TJIatk's ,
:;.II\lU.( ItIU)() entrusted lo :'i Jr. Pulk hy t the I interesting incidents of the battle of S
;a l.jrce: majority of I the officers in the North I) to passengers. The only one we find on the water is taken off the fire, pour it into Buena Vista CELEBRATED Black and Red Wri'hi: Ink:'
r""f: : ** of I the t.ni4'I: Sute, and whirh ( :
- Carolina deck is occupied by the captain, the the barrel with the other and .
: all Mississippi rpsiinenis, and I superintendent ingredients, with I have for sale t t'j
, '\ ?''.mtw "I 1 le u':1'.1 1 (for I the ;purpose nf ror2 't 111 .ali..fc.J that if an rccctiori| was; to take :I anllhc surron, .\ small parlor, which it must be well mixed.t Stir the compound when seen the young American folD! 1 July 17_ J. C. ALLEN.:
': ':! 'h' *> mol itiflunniial; tn -n in :Mexico.i" with teer, balls were living around him
a divan isin the middle of these ,
;. t rooms, ( once at lenst until it becomes Extract
- I our c.imn! to-day on political every day; Snrsaparllln..
!; kneel beside
IIn"If -r.tIIItlJ.tia., : ) Almonte a wounded Mexican and let .
I ', ; srounds, that we couM, show you a "Ijethel" and fronting i them I the wheel, compass &c. frtid; in the highest degree ; 'for experience him drink of his ( L'S 4c SANDS', for sale by the dozen.1 or'

. .n'i7. I.II' i rtejon; wen' 9 tu'd! as those"il'i if not an "Ol I I Trap" majority. After this Under deck are the cabins occupied by has shown that the older. and, morning of out the canteen. On the i) single bottle, by ,. ..5...
: I night wiihMierie.in twenty-fourth when Santa "
:: ; ntnH. statement 1 of (;.ict'. I think will time p.isscngers. They are divided into two more offensive the liquid, the more quick July 17 J. C ALLEN.
yon asree Anna
\ i .. t.1 de la "oriin. and [ had retired fourteen miles
IM-. ti. tnharto
. to Agun
I j' trim Ii me I Ih:1 the Whigs Ir.ue a cmious vvof ;, lont sections along the ribs of the ship, and is its action. The barrel should be closely Nueva
'Ir- .i.1 ) he i itiroiiuptible. Tile fur- our men in great numbers scattered
. .ifl'diilms, and with the dining In the middle covered times when LainpOit
; comfort to the rom. except stirring S
j .' f ,.il l .1 .1:1!l they ran; to procure pe.icc; Srinln Anna,"air 1 am certain i t thinks so pnemy.; and 1. ofthfse, rooms are two small! square blocks, the liquid atl to use the mixture, it is only ne- of themselves wounded over the field. The shooting O F the best quality, for summer use. for !sate
a' ip s. is Inn:: as ihe war; lasls: to f.ivure ; in which also and for the some horses caused i report lo by fjulyn] J. C. ALLEN.
are
.im sure; lie would rather receive such aid rooms a parlor; cessary tosprihkleit over the plants trees,
. 'II> \ o reach t the ears of Gen. Wool
ic.:" 'is. lTb.ct such :i person. as : arid (:omfur as his friend] James K. Polk af hdies. The dining room, instead of being which may be done very that our soldiers Congress "IVater. .
, \\1' >itiis otbersteamers ,just received
-longitudinal quarts for
.. forded him, than ;w he has from garden engine or syringe. ] sale. by
: nialot I Ver.i Cm/ is, SI'S: ihe Palriti'se Taylor Scott, Yv'ool), Arc. recei.'et occupies the whole breadth of the ship, in who lay in great numbers on all parts of the June 12 _Ii. F. A DELL.Wimlntv .

"rl' ;;t f, positive ; and:' other"cirfiim- an oblong and along the ribs of the feld. The General despatched his aid,
way ; .THREE TIMES COMMITTED FOR GE'L C-lass. .
- 1 j"icfs, suc'i'! as his taking. papei from i ihe Another letter from a gallant and distinguished steamer arc two large French windows TAYLOR.-The Louisville Democrat said, IcDowel, to ascertain the facts, who A LARGE lot; of assorted sizes, just received' S ;

. 1'\IC.u I Cons'ihie' &c.. combine io invest Krntuckian, who has "done the which may be entirely opened when weather I one day" last week : :an officer by telling him what aid for sale bV .

I tirereiling Account nf the nlijurt of hi< State some seivice," contains the following allows it, and permit the fine breeze to \Vc darn the editor of the Journal to what General Wool had "heard: You can See June 12: _[_H. F. ABELL.
Inll'tlllh t of an.J 1 they are doing, said the officer, Cs
an air authenticity truth rnt and the pt.
raph; in relation to (; delight ; the General his Panacea.
;pjra; cn. Taylor : passel frs. put up name Taylor as
Gibson of
: Indiana
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.1 'J."na believe lhat pe;ic f IMS; been The long table of the dining-room, of mahogany candidate for the Presidency, in 1A 8. Or pointing to our men, OL'CK and SWAIM'S Panacea "
't'. .' He i is a firm dear, sensible, who in all directions H i'in received
"j.ui'l were seen bread
; hat the initois, in self-poisf1 giving .
pieletj'ISfjust honest is pierced with holes, in which are I we him now to say that he is, or is not and for sale by
J plain, with and
the the
car water to Mexican
manconcurring: wounded. Such
\ III quit their countiy to o tf. )placed( very elegant silver castors, containing for ." June 1-3 JL'F. ABELL.
..JI' thcie Writ** put in all I itQ ]irominent opinions.A noble magnanimous conduct makes .
to eojutllcir il\- aincil trea- each bottle of wine me 7- -
, a tumbler
a bowl
To which the
Louisville Journal thus
nayVlli ; fur he wotiM prefer Mr. replies proud of the IToarlio'ifnd Candy. .
reo Portentous affair! Clay, salt American character and of the 4
two wineglasses and decan-
: h I .s President] to all other living men ; and, pepper a I : land of birth." PEASE'S Clarified E St'n'e'ot Hoarhound
feretice do my
the above ] he-
r ,. 'h_ to. we. .not. next ti ii i fri, rritienden.? tpr.rfhe. entire' service of the table is of "_Well, sir, we are for him, FOR him. iust received and for sdle hv .
'uere: i u wonl 01 t rum in sucu nil l'nl\u s Si :r, insult-;. June 'J .
FOR him dare
\ gin !-Ami now wo ymi to say H. t.Bailey's ABKLL.
rl ltl' ardltl\1 I the employment of so- I \Ve congratulate: who :'" INE'--INTELL-fG-E .
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lie passengers ex- that you are, or are not for him. Ll R ? UE Tonic
l h.I.1,1. r.f .(JOOO.) () It would I.e1e F'RF ix run: PIt.tlnIEs.-\Ve have lately empt from sea sickness, are able to share "" Mixture. S

i iorec for for.inf'r' in Havana: to seen several intelligent gentlemen from the such a bonne during their voyage from REVULSION IN THE CORN TRADE.-The OF- THi i !:. :; a valuable and R'ibra compound fluid extract of

]'? to (,euerAl office \\Test. concur in the humorously cue PORT APALACHICOLA.... .August 7.AIUIIVED. a vegetable febrifuge
icees Glnpwls (: to They) opinion France to and viccrcrsa. The New York Journal of Commerce says; : for time cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by

lru the contents of important detjafrhes. blt forcibly expressed, that Gen. bread is made everyday on board the Union, The price of corn is now so different, June 12 H. F. ABELL.

rumor such as ih* almve can never 'Taxlor' will go into the Presidency by "spon- and we were shown nil apparatus for changing from the expectation of the owners< far August 6-Schr Santa Rosa, Stevens, fm New

-' a Prhlllm| uf the Unite I S".ites. !aueons combustion." Ole of them assures sai water into a sweet beverage. The West, that ihe charges are more than the Orleans. Balingand Rope.

;:'iiicg .'duii .juthorixe ihe slightest sue. us f that such is the feelins. that each of claret burgundy, port, sherry, madeira article i is worth. Large parcels of corn and I 1 00 100 PCS coils Kentucky Bagging; _

f''"Hliat; he would stoop 1C :any such dis"aMe the t two Zreat parlies: of the country may nomin.iteiis are on the daily bill of fare, and some other produce have been abandonedto CLEARED. 4 bales Rope Bagging; Twir.lor

: ujearas; Iii htcii, aw o'wrt [o ar- m i ; i! candidate by caucus or convention, champaign runs freely twice or thrice a the forwarders, and many cargoes the 1, 'August "J Sclir Isabella, LE for New Orleans, WAI. G POSTER &sa1ebf CO.

!Iy dewred by'e' friend. of humanity, and T.i; ,lor will hrzl them loth./ Every vol- week.From. consignees would sell for the charge. The with Augusts 46" bales-Bri cotton? Lawrence and 6 Copeland tobacco., Matthews Dec 5 41 Water street.,

M Peaee. \ri; on (he contrary wfear m.ieer/ nho returns, whether Whig or Loco the (Iilinl room, to which are adjoined original purchase money is therefore a total for New York, by D B Wood &Co, with 423

Oir ttitractahle neighbor wit t.q j'ir" h ieretou.rc, i"i IH.W.I Ta[ >/lor man-and a few the Ofl'C and pantry we return upon loss, and where the owners are able, they hales cottan. Co flee.
Inn BAGS
1lt4t4Jfl iofa kinilnf! metl.l different, fif.mT' l ihooths htiu-e, when thousands sh.1 have deck and fnd ourselves before two guns, will suffer a still further loss. - -. _._- ---- Mav RIO for sale by
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J. DAY CO.
I'If"r* *il'er, ti) 'biiijg her lo her sens,'s relurtt. (there will 'tie such an infusion of which, are nor" peace maker" guns but to The N. Y. Express copies ihe above, and PERSONS having business with the under fe \

=iion" hrr'ugh) which she h.li. *iy her t Taylor feeling, that al I I oj.posjlion: will he used for salutes, and placed like guns ina appends In it theses remarks : his absence from the State, willplease C REAM TARTAR and Tamarind, just received "

*'uu-r 'pervcisity. '. already so lament; .iljly vaiii>h. just as the diy n\\f\ flies before the frigate. The editor of the Nashville Union, who t apply to Anson Hancock, Esq. and for sale by

"*._ so il i 1' will these half ,flames kinulfd 01, i clear autumn II.IV J in I the The Union is rig r" with three masts.- declared] : that "so long as the present tariff WAI. SYDNEY GREEN. -\prilI7 H. F. ABELL. .
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iz.l; people; lucy hJ"f been .. great prairies of the West.-[ \VlnchestcrJicjiuhticnn. On the foremast she carries three yards remains- undisturbed, the price 'of provisionsmust July 1S41. 29t Sarsaparilla Syrup.

'Jiiie anuhn)2. through the extreme main.'opsai' and royal. The mainmast, in remain: high," can, perhaps, explain to NOTICE Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is my duly JUST received and for sale by

Ilt' ol our policy-our diplomacy. we consequence of its proximity 'io ihe chim l he corn growers Tennessee how this Cal agent during lay absence from 12 H. F. ABELL.QFFATS .

l-Inore' intense afier each victory.Ii'O .- Would it not be lawful to nnrrywives .WQ tie". which is imrnedhlely forward, caries was; oecasioned The new tariff i is in successful t the rale. [[uly21] E. McCULLY. 1 LIFE PILLS AND PH NIX"

rlOP5 not utt'Ierstand us ; she ;fi !" exclaimed l enthusiastic' young no square sails hut occasionally a spencer I operation so ihe loco focos tell us, business with the .jvJ. BITTERS just received and for aale] by

'*Olr of ma naniuiity, for we.ikne.ss; our h iMcfielor' desperately in love with a couple or stay-sail. 1h.mizeri is furnished with a I and in the same breath they say that farm PERSONS having e call on Mr. WM. undersijrn-S. DAM Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.

ir* of fneniUhip! are taken by her as of country cousins. Try one to begin gaff and spanker. She carries a jib and flyWe frdlcf. sent here for a foreign market is a EREL, a I shall be absent for a short time to a OFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PHCENUT

our fears. Still dreaming of with was tbe rejoinder of a surly old J3ene jrmjlb dtad to the Western sender, and that distant part of the stlte. 1 vi. BITTERS, just received and for sale by.

PJ jficr ejch successive defeat, she diet., sbalJ pow conduct our readers into jibe i is able, 'be will have to pay something July 17.: FHANCIS KOPMAN- NOV 2S II. F. ABELL, DruCSist. '

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OILEN'TVPJ- I'OIYNDRY AM13XDMKXTSTO 1 THE CONSTITI'TIOXOP (LtttOt2. Drills, :3Se liciiiPS Paints, Oj
NEA'Printer

Tin: STATS: or fLOlU.t, i; 'I'IIc VESVIN CIULJII'OF U. i' Xonr.-e, II. 15- Stone, II. W. 1rook.NOULSC Juihun Muunn. Euic-no: W. Rogers.has. hlTiils THE I i: md., Prrfiiinery r-i-ni'd r.-turm,his I

*'. FI1L'fli1IlflZ Vnrt1toiie. rtI'En AND ACJIIET.D TO HY TUT Si: ON 4toiu *% : ICo rrs tV Co., 5.r' to Ins Irit-ottis: atid! the public thank

.\ 7 (' 1 ZI tT c? flv. cINa.tb: ; ; su u' : : ;"I 0 lILEAerON IN irtili Uir init Court.IN COMMISSION MF.! IlC II A NTS, C 0 MM 1SS I ON M ERC II ANTS, S: -- : liberal |-trona-c, and! fcrlK Jlr*
t t tog s ,0
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'tdefIk : ( v1t.ki.tsE street( __
OF THV L'H \ NCU.RY.Arabella No. -lii \atti Water strct-t, that !.e H i.o-.v
TIKu rrrtivman
-. :. 11 Pi niters thai lilLy .: i\ s :' ULY..liz Dec 12 ApalaChicola, Fla.Lockhiri dec Fa. -S.
l-iMisVlacvnph-U-! <'\t.-i MVe TYIM I*. FOFNDIIY I (E. Hepburn, widow of) I'J Apalachirola, oI OipI i: hitch a.heot! to tij ) fl

in this city.: The link Litter of tus! the C-w titnlion nf Ms.State Burton Hepburn[ ileceid, .V Yoiinyr, C. A. GRKK-V. C. ll. Co.\\tnY.: stofk, render-, his -crtir.ciit ui INI :-[jy fa ?
Ion .7cf so /" awni'l > Ccnii1ilajii(1)1!. and . It.iIh! Frtnrli, (; tt
cut to or.kr by workmen of : COMMISSION und [F 0RWARDINGM1ICIIANTS (.rna
Foundry %wi : ng to extend ai fret- white tunic tiihi'ilnnl o : teen Y C'omirry, Ct-sinttics
Po
vs. American Dmifs
experience, anJ, as 111 expense was sparo.1 too'jtain f'/iir.'is of the I 'nil til Slates, COMMISSION I MERChANTS ; ; tbtotipr ;'
b''i ,
*, >iS L. George O.Heuburn (;Has- ware, 5.c i.r.
Joseph Hepburn, and lri1.4Ist5 ,
tha (haulwn5 t faces an 1 to perfect it in No. SI Water( street, ;trc
icil'iix this Stale one No. 30 Water street.
re.ucJ i
ti''ic ./ // k / / I Annie K. 1 Hepburn CN.unfry Merch.it! Nir.d
be to rhjsicians,
to it will Fla.
will venture say nov21 Apalacliicola) o'ftrj
every respect, we InnJsarnesl i iu the i/far, the dcrl ire franchise.N and Caroline 15. I Hepburn, _ jP.U.tCIIFCOL.t, FA.Pdtctin the nio>t liberal terms-alt cf nl.irh h*> warrarT
found a Imls3me, ifn t tic EC I 1. Hi it enttct-ilby the Xfnttlr. nn
UnitM States.. r..We -_have_ also I 1. a T very,.fi- hands.r t...tine i._ S JIice; ( >i'< ti-nta'h'c* o) the State of /'/<;- Irifn. deceased : Daniel K. T. 0gb5. : A. CI.EN.|; ; AVnt. pure II. F. trrT
z4'3rt1n "it oi 1'i'Uvers an i J UU L4 I L UI LI' LJ m"lint tho I. SJ w No. : .; %V.otor ..irto't.!
riiln in U-ir'rt! /> rviWy cnn 1)odge; the lu-irs of John MERCHANTS Dec r ; > Wholesale and IIt-f.nl;
wiriU call the attention COMMISSION
test styl< to which we clame of the sixth article ol the Constitution "
first Pcahody, dec'd, whose trustee \
: No. 32 Water street >
of Printer* b'firo pun-hisin olwwhcre. All 'Jed lullmvs viz: Every lice white Joint S.AUCTIONEER. n1ci i aicn!, 't'r .tre t
ba amen us "Daniel Bill for Dower.
so McDonald
is Fa.
shall ba of mate- ; I) c5 Apil.u-hicolii, ApakurhicidaNnr. 51, ISK;.
a
tniiufactureJ by n*
articles( maK'pcisjn of the a' j ot txvcnt\-one years and l.oiinV.. Campbfll ; I Hudson {c-: :-\lso, Aq nts for the! ".Etuia ir.incfCo." AXD COMMISSIONMERCHAVT
- ril t' lLL1, il not < iperi >r, to any manufactured upwards, and who slrall be, at the time of ollcr- A. Thornton ; Ntthaniel W.'Thornton tint Protection Iuu'ir'uire Co." und the "1 tart- 1)1iS and iIedIru14S.

at the North ; and as we hall sell Type at Ne.vYork in (to vole, a citizen of the rnitcd: State, and! ; 1 I lines I Unit ; Sea ord In-s'irancf tJt)." I Hartford ('onn.lluriicjA No. .VI' Water street. ft THF.I t: iturrilM-r! l.r.s

prices, we trust to tn.-et with encourage: who shill h have resided! and had his habit! ttion, born .lone-', John! II. I Howard Solicits patrnnaice. Ai'Ai.\i'iuror.\. 5-- '; : hav,.., :, ., ,.. ,, :ar, ti! will!

ment. IJR VS5 d vnicil, hone and place: of pormanont! abode inI.'lori.ti and IdVaII1! Cary, tru-tecs of : I7oliiit.ks. Ja' I'. I i.ioi '--- -;: :- : :... ut: it! l fi: ;s ... ,i M i: rlete|
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We HT.V rp1rl to nnnufactuve the eloction COMMISSION I \EItCI! I' A N T S, s. ,
arc ; n'\t "
for one year piecfdinj; Calhoun ic (Charles : : .
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James P. ; NILS vhlohi l: tot
1 ECEIVIN( FOR WAIHINJ( rtf
1 TYPE ol m i nitiUe, wilh prtnt-; shall a i-n, GENERAL fc :
RULE an We ws'jld als any, particularly call the attention at which he shall oiler to voti% and who at I L. ]Rass, composing the late .qii/c fur? the COMMISSION MKRCII VIST, ;+ u :iit.! oil, tie b-t ,,., ( nfntreM4.
iwi. 'ich I time i and far:: MX months i immediately prorcc'm -
of Calhonn & IJa chanN and
linn s ; No. 50 Water Mrt.. ; PLi.l ,
INSURANCK COMPANY S i. ;:
an entire SUN MUTUAL firj
Ll'IK having
of Printers to our (
said 1 time, hive h.id his !haliit.riti, djinicil, William I Ho-.vlaiul ; William PPC"-5 Ap.ii.K-bieoIri. Fl. to their ad i..i.,.- to r.iII.fX3nr !
1 1'to
enable SCciv York ; iJM ,
new set of in iul ,
hoitie permanent
place
Sloan ; lnnc.niIcJiii- (;.tds, !)ttI 1 e (' els.u I.c
m'Water ri.
article. We are also Ajitsfor ; No. street, P. W. ( iill
furnis'i a perf.\-t in which lie olK-rto vote, shall bo di-emad <:ii,
may Mor-licii Myers assignee N. B. I'i! iriti's .
and gaul ; : : ) n ;,
ihs sale of the Napier, Wa-hinjto'i; quililv'd voter at all election* under: this i Constitution Dec 12 ha1ChuiC0lnFa.iia AUCTIONEER AND! COMMISSION WJ
toet1r with CUase?, a of George \7. Ron care arid acen.: ry at any I.or < r ti i ,' .-. r n.ffi.

Smith' - rt Prewes--- :,- whirh- o.: i,.. ,.',,.,.,..;..,,../ .I.,;._. nn.\_ \. in- -1 n -TIC -others* except. .in elections. :. byi tjjeneral binkrupt ; Daniel McDou- % -- -
ua'I* I i-i v.th Printing' business tic'-ict m tlie state or Uisrnci pre-Jcnueu gild ; Joseph! &, Liwrencc DEALERS IN (JOODS( l AVD COMMISSION a s'larc vj I'tit'/ic ratronm March1! 'ir. t'ci.ii-: ,:r.-! ('< rnFOR
every other arti'L reiir; < ; funas'.ied atiiinf.iti1ier's by law, in which! ca cs, the elee'oi must have ()'IL Branch ; William H.j'rofonbroijh MEhChE2Ni'S. Oct 21 APAI..\< iiifot.A: FA.
will I ba kept o.i Inn: !, and been a resident cf the State one year next preceding ; and the Biuk No. I 11 Water Sf root. COOk tS.4)iU1e

prices.Klitors tbe clec'ion, and siv ninths: within the cf Ponsacola, Dec "> Apalaohicoln, Va.H. (
anl Priitcrsvi>'ii.ij: to cataV.li i a election district in which hi oilers to v Job! Paatin Oaice will be fur- Di/i: nh(S. 55.COMMISSION. () t Co. No. 13. Sr. rii-irl! P Str>el,
Newspaper or ; That no soldier, seiman or m:trine in the to the sili-f.rlion of the Jul le of New-Orleans
nisheJ with an: estiimte in detail for the same, of (the L'nited! State-*, un- IT appearing; AND! F') it WARDING
irticular n-jjular Army or Navy this Court, by: the affidavit ol I the Complain ;; A'nr.r.w S. COOKK. Avos HOR:<.
statin Iha si iz e of t'. ;> ip.-r, or the p t-lcet-ir this! State MF.KCIIrs! .
by ? l<' s he were a quilitled ot! previous ant's Solicitor, that I the Di-fetidints hereinaf.tTinTiieJ f fcb! S.
anl quantity of A..C> tj IKexecuted.CCJ s'ith soljicr or No. 7, ColumbiH :{T.V, ___
style t j hU ci.Ii-'tinetil, < : seatnan di not re jl t\ lvi will Nov. Q t Istii.; -. ,: ,r-liif-oh. Fk. IJrli & I
( The pr.ipnetor- ne.vspapeis marine i.i the Regular Army or Navy ol I the ol the State of Florid i, 1 bit within the United au-soii,
sjnd
this alvertiijiitv: t siv months, and shall be IMPORTERS.,: \IKRCIf\\TS AND
publish United Stufes: or of the revenue service, of America that is, that the Defendants ,
States
o3be 'kly, will be puJ Dr the ; ALVA WYMK, WM. A. McKixzz. COMMISSJOV AGFNTS.
a to our we resile-it of the State( in cousequt'ure:
paper considered a L. I les in the State of Tevis;
It-pi u n re !
Josrph
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aivertisemenl bv purch winj siv tiuiitli a! Urj'J A M4ienzie, Jan 23 J;_ I vu:, I To;f ('E'flc'j,%
o! beini stationed ithin the sano. the aid (l'ugo 0. llc/'uirn in the State of Missouri : tLnr,- ott f I.1-; -, t .

advertising bill i i.i: TyiK- *;UTSN fc COM.IV .. I.tsso S-nate y IT, Di-renber f 4 : I)I..,. .}: i.\<.j.IJ. .. ; (hoe sali 1 Annie \\1. )Hepburn, and Caroline COMMISSI'N i V-S 1'> \Vilf.r MlChIANTS i Jlrr: 'f Edti.aril: !40lllv, svt! r.: iv/v. I IDarruh I-! !' ,

_. II. .%l.V I >, I'leSIUCIUII. IJ. I Hepburn, and I the aid William I I i llo\iinn I i-i: 5"' <- a, ( o.nt, eiuat.r I ,

- ] 22, i7_: ; _ AnciiKR, Sv.retary Senate.Pa each in I tbe State of New York ; thin I.eirsot! Sept. 1 1 IS ,. A.alarhirola, Fa.S. AUCT1 ONEER Ieuey, &c. For sal ah. i.-,:.. .. (. r. r bv

XO'VICK. ed ''f iu-.e, Docembi-r! 1'i' iE lt;. John I Peaody! deceased! and: Daniel McD I .jugild %: .! Stliitr. OJIice No. ."'), Wat"r ?tr'vf, lt5c f. C .M.I.rv. v..f' ,

persaus arc heby: wanted n .t to run- ROKERT URO\VX, Scakii] Ho. Reps.M. their tristeej: the said fines ; I Holt and Seaborn WHOLES_\LE AND ltElI L GROCER; Jt-Man H; A;M! u-hieoli. Fa.

ALL far receive, or t-, ship any CeJar Timber 1). PArr, Clerk. Jones, Joh-i H. Howard und Td.vard CarJ, trustees crJ-: Particularttltntioir juiil to piitting: upfciinilttcinihoii I Sianioith, ; ; rrLi4 CCI1IIZI 01$ i\frartof:

cnt or taken; in-m th j L inds uf l the Apalachicola of Calhouu *c- lass ; ilor'licaivers! assignee : t and s!;i ipton rf. AUCTION AND! COMMISSION'' MERCHANT, CibisL1I( CoJi1is.

Lin Company ; thoiv h iii'iio pursuit for ,f'i .let to amend thr Cinivtilntian oflJris Stale of (Icorge V.r. Rja bankrupt, and! Daniel No. I'J Watertr(, AND GCNCUAL AGENT: !, S .

s'ich privilege. any 4 r -
certain persons who are kuo.va to l eti *fiu'biennialiiisteid f aiiwiiJ.Si ; Hit H.iid John W. Cimpbell, Hudson A.Thornton "* Cotton boui;! f or. order.ltefLr i4t" n a f.w .
gu'eatj r'RN it ewletl te Senate and II. V.DC AbnIlViroi.i r' -
: ; I. JJc by a'vl Duncan
Nathaniel M. Thornton
wealed iu cattui:? anJ eolljftin a juautilyot to ; t 'tt\ ; ,.. t -l 0
Floruit L
Ccd.tr Tim'jsr 0:1 tliJLiu ii of the h.iid C hli- It'113: vfli>}-cnalirt.icfi'iC! Stuff nf McDw ;sM, ea-"h r. id.-Mnth'j! Slate! of Al:ibama ; \ :- no: .Ni) : rtor., Ii. F. !Ieir-j ? ; \: ; : .
.'." to i't (lateral .7vvc/i'/y ciwuHti, Tint the Rranch and Lawr'-'i O'tt. VLHR1V DRriiN: MKDI.INK:! <, PAINTS, Qrl"an '
viz: oa Cro kvd and O.'ljj'i-'y! : n. <, (the sjM Jo 'ph; j. ,. ) ;j :: :.: ':' i '
ny, Constitution o. i : -
of the -
I 'ikt fri their uaU.vful: tr 4iat*, and int aecond: clarso of the fourth article Branch and William I H. I'rockeubro'i, each re- OILS, GL.W, &i., &C. Me..s-r-. \'yi.i : &. kKi.zi1: :, ? I '5 -- "
ato of this Slat be so amended as to read as folHvs Also A 'ior.il orttnont of ..) : .t i"
Stitinery. 4
tempt to ivi'.n-jva aiid fiub.-:. Tiia j.caaltioths ; f-idc in the Middle Circuit of Florida: II i-i therefore ir as J. S. hr reIuIvY, : __ I
S ,
the House of
liv will be strictly -aiorced against all the viz : d. Tha membjrs of or Jtrrl, that the said Dotenlan's' iicreinbe- Cor. uf Chc-8'nutuud W.ster trept t_ __.._. b ri
!Representatives shill be chosen by the (jiuiifiedvuters l. und of thorn dj a-id April 1 11 1 AjKihcliicola, Fa.BJ. c-r ,' S.
.turtle* ina:>,vvisc connected <>i' iupiicatcd. 1 Ire natne< every : appear _ :3rOfti.iiotIt \ J t, : T f

JOSKl'II DHLFIELD, a-id shall se"R for the tuna <; two \card, answer the sail bill ot <: etiii l lint, otherwise the : : 'OtiC'rI '
under ?>. I5rIoii, :.- -: ,
LE\7fS CUIiTIS, from and after the day of thet elec'ion sime shall be t-aen! pro nnfttioiiint jhetn I p

Trustees ol the A ,*laohicjla Luid Co. the t'ltiSiisjtinns amended of Constitution the General, and Assembly no i i'T::shiii; and bebienuial I and each of them in default : Provided, t bis in order this Dec. 2i)No., l I'j.1: Columbus Ana'.achicola R'uldii''! Fa. \ SYIKEY) KKEEX. M. 1)) : t; .t, :. .::.

lie published in r prinfc-l "
their any newsjiipf: '
: :
By Attoraev JAMES E. 13ErFNER.AplhebiN.L and cntaiaenceon t'lef virth'iloud i> in '-ek fir four months fro-n the i frj-) : May bo fi>Uid! 'it his residence, corner ot Har roi -it. u- : t. -TIswttU ,( -
Cirenit once a \\ Pallor
ud! .
k.- : : t t. ti.i .
\nr:1 21 1. 1'F. 1-VCt NoveJiibor, in each and every seco'id year, or atsu.h date hereof'. .Datfl A nri! 1,1 I I 17.s. COM M I SSHN I M EItCIiANT: Centre hIuthe. and ili!h sf'eels, ntiosite-!i ; the Man>tr! :I.-.t' d---e r -. .' i :- r -

ether times-> may be presrib! :d by lav.So. (-. *. ;!'GE: HAWKINS, v. nr .,-.i. i-... ,..f.....! ''i ..f ttt.L Nov >. i: :. .. + -. .
IJPIIL .*. ',' Tiit! ; the third tuJ: t 1. (
- ncitfutiHrenarltJ, JuLre! fo the W.->t'j-i; : Circuit of Fiorida.RANUAKI. Dec. llr>. Apahcbirola, Fla.I Ji. t. Y. Chiipu cati-a. i-
TAMES 11. CO JK, ji 1k .u1.vay, ncir WjHt clause of tlie: fourth article t.f I lie!u C.nst it'itii i !) be :

- ) street, Now York, oTMx IV stlf, .1 Jull and amended S3 that the 5tflC! sal' real as follows : ( .ml.in& II vd.vf.i; "s :S, ihcitor-- 2)- liii s. C.'rJMl. IJ. %3Office over the Dn 4 St n> of( B. S. Hawl-y, SI, I-. .' C.L j \ :. __

c3npleteartmet! ut C \II NI: I' KUllXi rUKC 3d.: That the ReprewMil? stives sh ill !be chosen on > m FACTOR AND COMMISSION (entrance on Che tn1!? fr.-tt.) Rt>idt-nce at tie ,, -
SzEl: :
CHAIRS, wliic'i! h.vjrraits to (>ea-j'ialto the first ..Mondav: in the month October, in each En EMMricl Cosirt ot the tTiiittl :MEliCH i I: i AN'l F, house lately ofni; it"J by Dr. IJalr/.i-L! '

1Iy in tha city, at th! >; lollo.vin.; unusually! lov and every second ycir: from an! after the lltst t States, for tin Xorth<:rt Dis- No. } Columbus Rlock, January J 10, 1M 3. 2-tf

rates: election under this amended Constitution, or on Ifirt <>!' Florif!: Dec o, 1 icts. Aiulacliicola, Fa.DIDOE. .
M411o1y Sjft? fruai .f2 to p1.1) eadi.da. such other day as maybe directed by 1aw.Sec. IN ADMIRALTY.! v. ( M. Divis. :- -- '

Chairs ::1 ) to 12 i per"
(1). tfkJaiChatrsfr'icii in: t'j )' u'acli. cl-visj of the afuresaid article b so amended as to others or.'u.'rs of the t& Pratt, Oilers Lissemcc- t'.iv : i1 !lie in tit-! of tht-

P 41)Rurau -l itu-3 read as folio.v viz: lie Senators --.nil be chosen steam boat A'uasn, IIN'lN- ; ic C-.MMISSION MERCHANTS, iVC

63. Card Tables SlOto U by the j-niiaed dertors! for the term of fur v. Libel for Cision. No). I') Water Street, lie will pnrtif1 "ii.y' i in FlIn, Talhoun I[

ild.da.. Centre Tabk*, j-tl 5 to ?7.j' jval?, at the sane time, in 1heiw: mannerandin The Steam Rut K-ifaula, IV. \ tlacitieola, Va. and Jarkon Circuit <'< irts-and wilt, apon I !5i v- S 'L.-4.Jvc 1.I .
French: UedshMd15 to #J'JAU the same place where they vote for members I I
her tackljrd and! } ) a special retainer, act a* Counsel, in any Court
lhtr .M Stress and Ded- I
Feather 15-K
) of the House of Representatives; md no person furniture. j COMMISSION AND i-' O II W A Ii DING of the Middle or Wistera Cin-ui'. lit will aNo,
r.ir of the finest i\ulities anl at the lowest market shall be a Senator irtles's he be a white man, u "
; \TOT1CK i hereby given! to ail whom it CY M I ERC 11NT argue cases in the C-nirt"-f Appeal- T.ilfahaset -

prices. i'i ? citizen of the United States, and shall have been IN concern, that by virtue of an attachment N-). U ato -.street, tie! sessi.MH of wlic! !', ho will[ always b-- __
N. U. Na extra chis f ar ip- a'l inhabitant of this State f>r two y arj net preceding I C A \ .! A -i.1: N.E.
warrant of.arrest, is-wl in the above c'tuso, sept IV .\i. 11 present at, unle. nrevetitosl! !ii aecidLLr.Apataehiela. .

pL.. .- 1 his rlectioi: and thC ia-st } or a r.idu4t h have seized and takni! the above mvnt'onej' Steam t _. ._ :. er .. .. ... .. .. Sttn.L n -, l-' 'i.._ : -
FernirY : (t the aistruM nr critiy: lur -.vine;! heM\ bj float Ivifaula. her tackle, apparel and irniture, J. e.g. & ( pI&iI tite-o f : : i... .. .. -

"I AjLJ U1ID5 .st. Crois Suzr; choscnand shall! ivc atiiuiK1! tie! age of twoutyveycar !o ati-.verto tiie libel fileil therein, for tlumgesf wif)T.KM.K ANT- flu: l'I!. -\uin ivDRY A. (.'. Scsuirsc. : : : _! e : .- :
*. GOODS.: Uuors : h'iE-> HATS, AND )_ ..-_ '
-1) d? N'j-v Drioius S'J'ar, to arrive; ->r a collisio"I i in a cause civil and man t line.I'i .- A T T 0 R N E Y A T L A W. 'i *> w. d!_ : -

l'J3 sacks Rio Celtic; >i d Ja'a ; Sec. 4. fle ii fuei1ir nrirt'I, That the sixth ) ii t hi'Jii 1 pn>ce' is returiiabic b Lire the ('LorhiLNU, &c. :jjfie, .\;b. 2 Ccjif. Shumotf* UttiWn": SIEJiP! i ..- '! : antt
clause of'lie aforesaid article be o a'nnded as to oct I (C'lPta'itlr.cf! A.harliieoia: ''ii-e.-st -. -
4' SrJ MatVdda. 13i >.v:*Nand LViSy1'J read a-folio-.vs, viz. Tito cl-is, tt"atnm: of S.-m- Dis'iict of Florida, at the Clerks otliee of I H. R.VOIJD.. : AtthiohLb.! (:.tih 11. -0,-'.; V \\.t Aii1

) srin iu-ie[ ;; ib browaSap; ors, a-i made at the lirst se-s-si >ti of the General sud Court, in the city of Apalaclii! : L on the 1.Vtttt fc o.AUCTIOMIF.RS -- S liL .. : .t, .

.) ba. s Shut ; 3 J ke.4 Powder; \ssembly held in the year 1*. l. shall continue third Mondi(17th( day) of May, in-ti'i, at 10 AN !1) COMMISSION; E?. C. Owens, rs : ti.t -'

2JJJ lUs Lead ; 1 casks LiuseadOil; unclmuiid : one halfoi'.xh''>!!i, a, nearly' :a< pos-i- .'. M., at which time and place the = iil cause- MERCHANTS ATTNiY AT LAW Pt l.\.M ENL ;.A I : Li.i '

2 JO k'4 White f. 'a !, NT1, EMM a. d Puie.jForsaleby ble, -siia.l be clri on I'.n-vor h itot1.r(! bieinrally"ortbetirm is to be he ir 1. No. 2 Columbus! Huildmg, g >".v-; : UF t is.! i : ..i .v !

WM. ;. iJiniUv; : CO. oi f-iur yei: : Ps'i'i'd, ///wvjvv, Date \tnlichicola, this 1-Vh dv; of f Mav, 0-t. :''ii A ltchietlt CLAYTON, Baity1* ( our.tv, Alabama. : i t l. : .. : ..c !1.t 1. '
it is 1 leI ired! that lh-j of olljf.'
Dec : -11 V.--r str.vt. anl hereby < term in the year 117.. UOiJERT MYKitS.U. S April 2y, 1 ; 10. *-fATTORN -t 'tJ i V. -
of that class -Senators uiifxpu'ed at the tirst S.; Mishal.hv 'I'. &3. V si ;tiit V Co., t'i '

Tarz.tit's !Ivtteit i. e1ttt' election uiil( .r I lac a'Q' .ik-d Cotiatftnli"'i, biull H. R. TAYLOR, I D. M. COMM1S1u I X M i: U c HANTS 5ofli Dioi: t' I_. : -
extend to, and expire on, ti--! first Mondiy in No. -iZ> Watvr Street, '
i' t, ., i., .
:MrH, 117.. 1.i-t: t MY AT LA ?% :: n- -
October h'l-idrjd .s.id! Oct. 21. A.uhHi; ola.! FC. "
IlENEWei), and an iviirated eighteen : Jifsy.So. : \\v r-t. -I v ,
HEALTH .". 3he U in'i--lfdt That the iM Ai.iASY, G5t_ : :
diti of (bilv l produced : farther
tVf .g
< >: m () ;. Allen, '
-\t T1Ll practice in the srnera! Courts f thiSoTit'iWestern
<' '
by the use of TAIl.xX i"S C.-VEltVES'JEX J election for Asemblyin: < uuduthis aCiinstitution : r\TI: "KAd F1.' )ltl\ SWhoIc.il! *- .i'id J-t! li il! > -.dr :M '. Circuit and TitoDS'ts ari-l : .- j v i -:. i .5
t
SELTZER APERIEN 1'. ,shall take place on the li'st : C hiar1 Ttrrooriod, .' 1)IUG5l) El! itt('I NE. PAINTS, OILS, Stewart CiOtie I!! ., i: t j-: -0 ,
This preparation Is universally all r.ved to !b in October, eighteen Ivindrt'il atid frtieiht sins first session of the General .\s4conblv A'U. 3, IMO. SI-ft I t! I 1.
of the c.t dty, tor and the under aid Ch also, '
the iat popular remedy piv one? .. j jT i hr; -! l .- V
Uilion this.tmen lOi Cnt-tittttn, liaHconin! the and care of 1n'1i.etion, = Ltrkin, M'r.-hr.S, Attachment.tu. .
.
prevention .
-. _
and Liver Cotopldiuli, Xurvous Wc-dknc-.s, Jle d- the fourth M >ud sy in N ivt m'er, ri the year tr nit. 'Ki'Jertbe lii ni Suzasvorn >l.f 1) 9J. COOKS: 1ILVVKS, STATI- K'i: Y, \-c., Arc.cor. UMBER LNSPE'i'OR.-tik. iri.kr. ice.Travellers eighteen hundred u'il rty-esht.; oi (.'l"'3iut $c C'oniif.crri: -<*t.Inf .-=. I J having been appointed t In>.- er cf i.o'ht-r! : t. 1. .
ache Iarttiiru, haSiful C jstiveneM*, of lUraar.l, AL! ,. Damages flU.
I f Ai i i'HiifoIa' Fla. tr the County of Fran:1! >!* -rh! rvtf'S'ti*
aol rcsi li-uts I'* warm dim.-.les wil I J4cd .ouLateece1tber2! !1- j'i. &, Cu." : < o-< j
D. H. ilAYS Pr-sideut the public ii: that' capacity, and u-ill a'ti-wl f- a1! i
ol Senate. >
article it accwmulatioa 3! S. !
find it a desiraMt: : ; ;prevents any vs.J.hn :L1tiey, I if:, :
of L:le, is j.. jr'.iV.c, and tinr.iflhodo! ( I H. Aacjia: Secr.-t.rv of Senate. Dill.rpllKDofeu'iai.l. FACTOR! AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, -Itttie aertatuon; : t( tt1 poirotneiit.CtNEIdCS 'it $. t'5 t'lly : { i't1t L

preparation i-t u-riTiilly CJiivenU' it. Childret 1 Pa. s.-'I Houso.if IVpV; i D v. -.), Icl<5.ROBEUT 5. I i: a.d:: all ofu-rs inlVrested, will No. i: > Water street, Grni.. 4 h t .! 1L t. I I1arnai.t

4 hare frejueat oc.-isijn boy c utle and coui:V BROXVN, .eakcr IL). Reps. I. t ikft lutic*' of the j institution of I the above! l>c ?> A!) ibi'l'icoln! la.Jt.t.y M.irch-12. 1 1.SI l 1.-. f & i :. -_ .5. 05pLtLit

purpalives; they will t.ike this ap *ri ;ut in pro: M. D. PAVY, Clwk !II .n-.j Keps.MaiJli suit by att-jchwnt, returnable! !'> the Iecernber : t' : S i .fft

fcrence to any otUcr-! )!,iA li jic 4li and retail hi", ]lj: hI IT. U-ira Term, 1 17, (it i'V-iu'din; Circuit Coif t, and will V .! OIU'. ii m f n f s t LM to r jtj* 2o t f crsN vf I1.-. ..:::0. I 'i : '(S'cine.

Nov :;. J. f'. .\LL'-\, 1)),i.vi-t, &c. appear and plead thereto, according to law. GllOCEiS\! ; )\ \ .M UK CHANTS, ;, .: {
suite or i ri.'rigja. No. fJ Water .
ntrer.
CARRAWAY SMITH! ....... Urtni-hi.! .i t l'.r'' -
Drtiz ft; jiiicine.7LE COUNTY: OF !FRANKLIN.O D-C.3. j\i; d u-hicoli, Fii.Tf OTICE ;v ir.unafter?! it.ifo, I wiU aPPlY nuntt fo : -.: -- '' :

subscriber has ju t received. per reccn1 t Y.virtu.of.. the povv.-r vested in :n by law_ I )alachii' -
arrivals Irota AA V'jrii, a iuu ana complete IJ sliall C\] JLtor sal.; ln-lore the Court House l'ACI'O1CO1MNSION:; MEUCHANTJ, .- -. "" "-1 1tration .

stock, confiistiii? in par, Sulpb.
Ilyd. de I'-ita-i-n, Caustic Potass, 4licwe> on Mondiy, the t-.%cly1i11 li day <4" October 1). K. lodgi% ) IerU2 .'\ IIICOI.FA county, JANET : e iu L :. .:. .. ii I 'j -

Murrate and Sudi.! M'jrplunc, L-m.-rCauMio, nsxt, at thcus'iil hours of sab>, so much! of the VS. > [I.V ClIASCnRY.Jaiu : WILLIAMAdmx.. ly km-vti, .. I '-- <.- k-.iJ; r *. 'I

Chloride ol C; ild and S-jJmin, Calom-'l, .1 ilap, !lands !in/opposite! t hi. city: of Apalacbicola, a..d (> C. Watson, d tel. ) KKNJAHIX nu.isov. \Viu.i\nA. WOOD.n. Apalachicola, June 5, IS17. Jtr.iaN'OriCE. in iwc tr all j :i. > :-\ .n-., S

Jpicac, laiiaUhu'iar'j, Palvr. u d! !Rt.. Senna known ;ts J.it Point, with the Ian !h idj'iniu_', as 1). K. Dodge, ;j iuHison A: Co., .-Siv monthafter ptiolicattuu 01 ? (4s4 which I.- '' v J i*.

Epso-n Saltliichn, L ave-, C.-tnr Oil, will be MiIfHent: to make 1 tlie sum Uill fur Partition. COMMISSIoN I MEItCIIANTS j app>icati.>n will be made to the try. aiid fht une:.} .'. v. < '
Seiiliti Powd--HS >di Power Sulpfier, ll r.vtT and Jollarand costs .for the AM> LEi.Fi5 IN I Ion. Jud. e of PnAif for J.r*<*nn co.inty, for a '
Seventy 1) -1).ugM, ,1. nl. ) DRY GOODS) GROCERIES.;i )( i I HARDWARE, !;avebttui !!"t-e-! il .' ;r i i-1 I- '
and role, Coopra; | *,. SiUpster, Alum, Al'ie<, anriunt "f the State Taxes dij-' from the Apalachirula l ( | ( ; W. R' SS having filed n petition on TIN WAHE, IHJOTS)( SHOES. HATS, final settlement of the administration of the es tors to itt&utiuce! it '' t. 'oI

Calcind and (;ur': ol :"d i 'jc-ia. Gum Camphor, I/md Company on I the additional i.tn- GKoK: l April, l lt', praving to have a ccr- CAPS, CROCKERY, SllirCHANDLKRY tate ot SaiiUt.l N. Shears, deceased, late or said i tideut of -ils bein ;!t1. uv--' ..:-

Flax: eel, iif; :i I, .aid v. -, -.t
OlaVdre ani 1 general assortment uf liable toTix f'r the thousand eihit Watertreet.. February ll.h I So". .'- ">rn Administratrix.
a : year ooe: hun defendants, appropriated to tho payment of his of the itini, when : ol (tl.o :i .tCL

ill articles in the Ura h.u. For sate by dred aid forty-five. ft os as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said defendauls Jan 23: _ApalapJr.fola. Fa. \To1'lti'-six: mouths after date, I will apply | perform their nuttira: t r i.. ". .

June 12 11. P. MJELL.I JOHN l LUCAS, Slu-rilF ; and the mattci having been referred tome I:. J. U1(1U, 1. to the H-.n.- Probate Court of Franklin j mo>t s ivuml and "i o % t't St

i' ssVitcr.. and '\-ofricioTall ' \ MERCHANT, County, for afuul discharge from the administration unctio-i cf the h !L- -;. -

N plot* and (jiidrts, )''ist received i-ir salfby Ap'alacbicoLi, April'21, 1 1S17.o l.r-
H. K. .M'.ELL.A notice by publication I in I the papers. I It is thereI' .Tm 1(1( .\ ichicol.i. Fa. said deceased. soren&-ar1 nril ,t
June 12 -- !. : : tlir's VtrctiIi, AtiifiiIinii' Tr. ..,.ti.r,.,' t\\h.i -,1; ll,.,,*.*,. \\T.. O. oj.. t1..I... ,..., ,., 5- county : .: .
LUL 5.4 a ic VI.JVT) as a lia<*f--* < '
JAN. M. MiACKKLrOIIU Autn'r.Apalachicola. iiy ?
Window <; iiss. din-1 Watson /. nl and all others' 1)Te'f. AlZcn .V Co., rtr
\lloU4a1ti Nov. Preared : i
-J: !> to. 3 11OuiUARTS -
,
LAIK.E lot, of assorted szc jut received AFRl'SII I su; ;);>ly, jut received ;nd for sale by i'i "Mfi.* t to appear b-fif: me in the city otu DEALERS I IX HARDWARE AND! SHIP .TOtIN WIN UK X i'(. L ;

and for sale by : I H 1 II. J'. AIJKL i a (;ii the ;evti: 1,1 ((7th) of April next CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, York, suic pivi'iicioi; Iii 1.1 '(

June 12 II. F. ARELL. n: to piesnt or detain! their respecCARIiAWAY SPIKES 1 AND I CASTINGS, _.. \Vater. ii. r. \ ;.!.. -
MOFFVf'S) LIKB PILLS! ANi7T'II I JO J F.\: .-, &c. And[ Manufurlurcrs vf Tin, Iron, and Cop ( and Pints, fresh, t tn tie Jan 0 i \ ifItaUaiu

jut received and for s.dibv! SMITH, per \\\rurcs.\ '.- .. April 17 H. 1". ATiELL.Blasik 5- -

E OUCR and Sl\f AIM'S Panacea just received Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN'. Special Mailer in Chancery. Dec 1'2 Apalachicola, Fn.WM. __ ; of Lirt\ rt'A
and for bjle Books iisul Stationery.
by
June 12 H. F. A flELLI Oi'TAT'S LIFi PILLS AND PlMKNlxRITTKRS '] Apalachicola, March f>, Ih47. h-"jt W. SIM-. V.M.r.. CIIEKVKII.Sisns EDfiERS, Journals, Day Books, fcc. REMEDY! most ;piu. t tdiseovtred
M 'I'hoe beaiin of the above matter is postponed L m sett i t -
cL- :<
jut received and! for sale by A Clicovor, 5'J' reams Foolscap und Letter Paper
I otiit o Li itd Ct ii1ASE'S until Friday, the ICth inst.Apalacliicola ; Complaint, or any ui tiuii ,.. r&t il
N.J/-JS 1 II. F. AIJF.LL, Irugit.tIiiflg COMMISSION I f MEIlCIIANTS, Cotton Memorandum Hooks ;
ti(
Cl.nii.-i: i--u: :.! ul! Hoarhound April 1 in I. is I 1713lt Oilice No. 21 Water street. Ship and River Dills Lading on the l'hi '!t -liit'ri..4., > :

Cindy, jit lec.-ued and tar de by Oil. (iy- The hearing I the above! matter is postponed decl'2 Apalachicola, Fla.W. Roooks tar Letter Press. ; Doctor T.YLUR'S-S :. :..t(

Jun.2 II. I''. A HELL.ICailry's until I 1 1 the :'I t HI! June next. Gt-nuine IJ.VI.N VM Ib1 L\\ 11 o. i -'
I Blank Rills
i splendid aiticle t fnrs-de ot IXdiSt-i and Clieek-!
WINTKRtraiiK'd.a Apalu'hicoh, April !, 1' 17. l'-2m T. WOOD. E. 15. F.ALUU-. pares at "7'> I iVft.; 'i -
i[:I J C ALLF.N. Just iceeived and for sale bvJIardi
Tonic IitI ( 7 OJ"; 'I'he hearing of the above matter is postponed Wood tV IJallon, now e'o.us-,1 by .o wra! 11. : su

Ills is a valuable compound fluid <-\lrart 'f Preyed Castor Oil and; Saratoga Water, until (the :Mlh (Novi-rnbcr next. COM M MISSION M H IIC H A NTS, i II. ACCLL.. aitt l has bf tn t f;bI ;> I'>r.u t. '- 0

; Cinchona atid H'i'ira! a vc.ta'i1e' febrifuge COLD received and for sale l 1yIthrIL Apalacliicola, July :.i, IS 17. Ollice No. 12 Water strei-t.-1> stairs. For Sil
.fnrth< cure of l-'cver .tiJ A1.. >f. Sll<1 liv Jan 1J( Apalacliicola.! Fa. S.I J4 /\ Tint C1. Vf -.,. III. uri.t '.I.t.,. .L, ,'.... .T.I'.. :.......,.,a :... I. L ? *
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1 II.! F. AIIELL. :
E'rankliii Cirouii Court.Rarnard : ci"
June 12 Preston 1UU no libN. Molasses2n hInts Sugar. cures wl.irb in ir.auw i\ i
Thomas I
Ji.iIIg :LttII lcpe. .lloisses.N Adams & Co., )) COMMISSION MERCHANT AND I ,TOBACCOINSl'ECTOli Just landed from >chocticr Ann, and fur sale been ah;. st uirrvtliblt l--t t! >

tierces and barreN, for sale r>y Vs'i 1 1Julio Iu Chancery. late; for Cash, bv the !Doctor can hiin,; t\.fv\ -i iti i > : ILS'
AND
Uagiing BROKKR.
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Kwitu-ky ; I
1 rfPCS I 15. ELLISON & CO. !Dill and Klixabct! f JVIareh 27 i\0URSFsroNI.: : & CO.IIA1'S we advise all who UHIV; I I.i. t ''j r* *
1UU 10 I-Vb2rJ 21 1 Water str<-ct."srr Ann Dill. J colil even to n-ie this 't '. o1.-
1 bales fl.izitig: : I I'wine, fur saU-J! yW.M. having been made to by affidavit (that Doc 2i*> Apalacliicola, Fa. and Caps bv the case low for cash by '. Franklin, pri' ''
appear
delay. sass pouTr.n it. co. IT .1 -
G J5. KLLISON:[ fc CO.
-11 Water street. 'in: uivAlliciiu I the defendap.fs John Dill I aixl F.lixabeth Ann bi ship." floei eu.'r, eo'o '
S. ITI.
Dec 5 Di',1 reside out of the State of Florida, to wit: iClie14fl, k hT
iiiii ESvlEii Saloon. I or Sale, jour lungs are past ritrr. Ft u ,
cijirce. T niIE J I subscriber begs leave to announce to his in the State Oeorgia. // ii urdtnd that publicition DEALER IN HATS CLOTHING I CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, HHDS. choice N O Sugar ; J. C. ALLEN, N.U. *fj ,{

BAGS RIO, for sale by J. friend, jiul the public generally, I that he has be made for four months, in some news No. 1 Columbus, Rlock fcc. 10 SU( bbls Flour, by -- jli

100 May 15 J. DAY fc CO. btTotimsole propiietorof I the Above establishment, paper printed in (he city of Apalacliicola; reijui- D.JC 12 Fa.I'.iluard Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO. CAUTION--Th.jrt.uuii- >" ''"'.,.!* >
Apalacliicola,
I them to and! said bill, else it
and hopes by management and s-tnct attention ring appear answer KU.SXM OK IJYKKWOKT. I > ""
TAICl'Alaud Tamarinds, just re- proper will[ be taken OIL, just reeetvedaiul for sale bv R
pin toiiJessi.1l SALAD tecl _. "
tu merit a continuance of the patronage -plendu s plate or-irrjMi
CREAM llc 'ully I 17 -I II. F. AliHLLKiy : :
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and for sale by Iii ("iv to liberally bestowed upon I tbe I House. \LTXP.LL, Judge. forfeits siiitii-d bv UnidoM J.' !. l \
April 17 H. 1A HELL.arsai : July 21, 1h1. _">-1m COMMISSION' MERCHANT AND DEA.LER liiii. S lie and ''
Ail personj i indebted to I the above establishment \ dtrie'ro.tis; iiiiifaf:' *, |
___ $ ;irilli-Syrup. will I confer a favor by settling with I be sub IN DRY) ( UUhSNl) ) GROCERIES; ; A FIIESIL supply:: ct A. French's superiorBay | cautioned net t< purclij .-r ote.i1 i ID f.

aid for eale by scriber. JOHN h I I 15. JONES.Apalachicola ") OSM and Luvandcr Water, tor sue by No. GiJ' Water street. Rum, just received and' for sale bv pro'.vttl by th.* U. S. CCA| Ili h jic.
TUST received, 1.X July 17 J. C. ALLEN. Dec 't Apalachicolj, Fo.trS June I'J U. r. ABELL- 'i
J June 12 11. i'. AUELL. > Apiil U, lt> 17. IJj-tf March : l:1i:;. 12- _'




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