<%BANNER%>


















COMD1MER(,IAL AIIADVERTIDUER,
PUBQLI;HED- EVERY SArURDAoY.eY


."^ W. .'"1.DAVIS, Editor.,
O 'i..-', T inr. if ir,' B tit -ll '4' B'lil fi n- o?.>r. ?er of
*s',' i t lll-?iii r,.,. .Iq" I. l.':"H t).it -rr.;ei~.
1'" '+-. "'*- T Ll^'tS.'
q^ti .,_;-tFri,->-..=- fr,,.e,-- D ,iari p.r .winuiri,
*t ),n i.{i 1" in 'i l'' > 1 ', *-*lr, l 1] { *'i' i' i pi w ith in six
[,) .- ,lli,,.rlrl,,n I lk _-IL l', .zr" i te T rm IIh-tt tLx
Il. 11,l t'i B.2 Wl.l' I.' i, '. .i,|ll' be ,*h ., t..,
ln i. Ici.'l'rv .- ." N, >:,,-? "il.,_,- .-i.." ,, ,,i,"-d .. ,,l
a ll trt.; e s .fr o i n .., o .i ,il-l=- t i t th1 -" o t i ,u O f -tilhe
.,roiplr tor.
AlkD.' vr R I CP'l. .,"1 -4E 1 ";I--1"i%.) 1., tuI.{ ro, Il'. ',-'1v o e 'P
0 I,' ;j ) -\ ll t .-.'. 1 n.1-4 ,'0r -.1 A t t r ho r i -i' 1 -,if ,- l-),.,l-
-Iir I,)r ,'th,-! i- r'_t, -'1j_,l F d t. C e al 1 I :1 1' ev ,''y N "i! ^-
,quent min~rtioi..* -.
',- T oA t e Ie \, -, I v.ar'H .? I v t' 1.-;,'* a l' ?)e r:,l
".:'.,nt.L'lJL^' b.'A ,.".}e ; 1*,1^ ,t1 ]d..,-tl~t,:*.. a,-, "".r
.,t,-.'rl ,' i^)..t'i1,-'l h). t1',?i1' ,.,Vt'1 b~l-i,,e-'. ].+ wet!1
:t 9 tl l "l .-,; i l 1 e? r t i i .:- ,l t -; '- ,n t i l\ b ; t { ti n '. \ i l l
bA .111 -,i-r 11t t i,? l tt' i it,-,.
,i-^ \l le;,ti J.t.l."-'t**i,:u-?l*l's vn,'_; t.,e \a,,I tr-
in a .,ir',, ae.
r '- v , ^ n -, .,. ,:._ vill ) h'? < i r ..] !'. a ",j ,i ,i I ,.-
it,. ,_;.-r*."i,.iJ it,^-' l.,'" ,*'-0,i','. ~--
5;-" \[ A l if ..,'t,'-? nI ,ti {'r 'n ,.i ,I.I ti r.- 'enn,' :t?
h._" ].'.',, +i, 'ir' I '{ ",tt t~l ,l ? IS' l, -,r ti' y1 ,.{r l ,'0"'- 1',
- th e ,i .; ,.-,r I c .,?lrt I .,: "


ilo anra.


at$is.cerlan~lltt~


-- *.- -- r *_ _____
" LILEE- TA-V CONSTITUTION ET NOSTRA PA T R IA.


VOLUAIE-Y] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY AUGUST QS' 1847. [NUMBER 33. -


_~ I_~_ _~


~n-CIS~


-. -*;'*'"'D jy 0TrL[INGS,.. Ti..Ikmi,,.i. C-,rton Osnabuirgs,
i n-.','i, Kerl?,,' J-.xi Flannels, Blan-
Itta,- T.v.:-ad4t, Shirlnm-4, S{,.eting4, Checks,
&rnzh n,. Cahl,:oe?, Delvwie., Hosiery, &c. &c.
For pale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 -: -23 Water street.


i


*V *


It ) I ti ti + :
^^ ^^ bu(r i ^j^


.-


L.


-<


+


rl


^


was unconstitutional to order themto0 march
beyond its frontierinto the Indian country.
Taylor thereupon halted his command, and
encamped within the acknowledged bo'un-
daries of Illinois. He would not, as the re-
lator of the story said, budge an inch further
without orders. He had already driven
JBlack Hawk out of the State, but the ques-
tion of crossing Rock River seemed hugely
to trouble his ideas of integrity to the consti-
.tution orn one side, and military expectation
on the other. During the night, however,
orders came, either from General Scott or
General Atkinson, for. him to. follow up
Black Hawk to the last. The quietness of
the Regular colonel meanwhile had rather
encouraged the mutinous militia to bring
their proceedings to a bead. A sort of town-
meeting was called upon the prairie, and
Taylor invited to attend. After listening for
some time very quietly to the proceedings,
it became Rough and Ready's turn to ad-
dress the chair. "He had heard" he said,
with much pleasure the viewswhich sever-
alspeaker-s bad of the independence and
dignity of each private American citizen.-
He felt that all gentlemen there present
were his equals-in reality he was pur-
suaded that many of them would in a few
years be his superiors, and perhaps, in the
capacity of Members of Congress, arbiters
of the fortune and reputation of humble
servants of the Republic like himself. He
expected then to obey them as interpreters
of the will of the people ; and the best proofs
he could give that lie would obey them; was
now to observe the orders of those whom
the people had already put in the places
of authority, to which many gentlemen
around him justly aspired. In plain Eng-
lish, gentlemen and fellow- citizens, the
word lias been passed on to me from Wash-
ington to follow Black Hawk and take you
with me as soldiers. I mean to do both.
There are the flat-boats drawn up on the
shore, and here, areUncle Sam's men drawn
up behind you on the prairie."
Stra-anger," added the man who told
the story, "the way those militia-men sloped
-into those flat-boats was a caution. Not
another word was said. Had Zach Taylor
been with Van Rensalaer at Niagara River,
in the last war, I rather think he'd a taught
him how to get mititia-men over a ferry."

LFrom Neal's Saturday Gazzette.]
MARIANA.
BY BELLE T--.
High beat the gallant hearts that were
collected around the ramparts of Fort
Polk" on the sixth of May ; the works were
finished-the stores safe-and the General
had said that ere long he would lead them
to avenge the death of Porter and Cross;
the feelings of all were wrought lip to the
highest point. Heretofore, though burning
to meet their enemies in the open field,
they had been restrained by the ster calls
of discipline. The only expedition that had
been sent out had been cut off and captured,
and though defeat and disgrace had not yet
tarnished their colors, misfortune seemed to
lower threateningly over the American
forces. All looked forward to tile promised
meeting as.the.time when the aspect of the
future, should be changed. In the cOuster-
ing tents of the infantry on the far left,
around the glittering, batteries of Duncan's
and Ringgold's companies, and amid the,
long picquets of tile dragoons on the right,
the day of" battle was looked forward to as
the sure and and successful termination of
their anxiety.
It is among the lines of the dragoons,
dear reader, that we must look for that one
of the army to whose adventures--all true
o.f course--I have to-day devoted my pen.
He has just received some most mysterious
orders-that is, mysterious to unintiated
ears-and there is atrumpeter'hard by who,
on account of those orders, is drawing fortti
fromri his long brazed tube- some equally
mysterious, but withal, musical pounds, In
a few minutes, however, the meaning of all
this is visible-Lieut. Merton has been or-
dered out 0n,scout duty, and having taken
his position at the head of some twenty of
his troop, together with the aforesaid trum-
peter, is slowly riding towards the General's
tent. In a few minutes more he and- his men
are scouring away over the hard sand to-
wards that clump of stunted lrees that you
see far in the, distance, and which are the
beginning~of the thickets which .line .the
road for miles, while eygr. and anon, as you
follow with your eye their fast 'retreating
forms, you see them wheeling and windin-g
to the sound of the 1long trumpet blasts that
come to your ears minutes after.
As our eyes are so much quicker than
our ears, let us 1ook far away, and leaving
rhe ,camp and "the fort plunge into those
dense .masses" of "Muskeet'" and Cactus
that cover the eoUntr for miles round. So, "
safely landed in one ofthe.imnumerable little
by-paths-that intersect the Ibushes,-and jU'St
in tinme too to see :tte'old Alcalde of Po'nda,
riding quietly .by on, his Staid= mule, every
"few moments+ turnings to reassuire his pretty


daughter, who is mounted er troupe" be-
hind him ; -along 'they jog, and 'have just
turned -into the -main raod, when poor crea-
tureds.-poor.girl, ere they have gone twenty
yards [lhe rancheros are, upon them, the old
man is-torn from his saddle, and-'as two of
the assailents' hold the shrieking daughter,
the rest sheathe their knives in th'e body of
her huhbappy parent. While they are tear-
ing open his saddle-b-ags, and dragging the
silver crucifix and ornaments from hisdaugh-
ter's bosom, still another of them, attracted
by the cries, bounds into the midst; but
when he sees who are the victims, his exult-
ing countenance changes-oh, how sudden-
ly and greatly, while he stands as if trans-
fixed.
"Pedrillo!" cries the gril, and breaking
from her astonished captors flies to his
side-
Pedrillo Pedrillo look my father"-
then kneeling, she raises the old man's head


been hoeing corn in the mprning;-. but* I
went. As I approached the-bar, I ro the -
landland ; he said=- +
"There are two gentlemen, n,? the baei ".
room who wish to see you." ,:^ .a<
Unable to smo.ther 'a laugh,. saifd.- i "-.:-
M"y God! I can't go to fee. 1t," an,d.' 1, '*
exhibited myself, and pointed to w y. fee,. ,'
"' Coine along, I'll go with you." + *; "
So in be went. T, 7; 4 -
As I pulled off my hat, thi! stoutest flian -
s aid : ... .*:? +:
Sit down, youngTnav" +.1 .
"This boy," said the landlord, ,"I aln ra -r
fident will do any service yon may trlsst'io ],
with, to your satisfaction," .and +withdrew,
from the room; and the General began, (for
it was Washington himself,) -- .: ,I
"Young man, I wish. to proafru'r +.
newspaper to-day from New York; canti;"
procure it for me?" -."*'
I hesitated a moment, and replid--.
"l ,1 think I can, a"-- ` ... -.'*^'-
Well," says he to the Marquist pleasesp
inquire of the landland if he will furnish a-
gord horse." ;. ... *(,
No, no," said I, "1 don't-want a horse."
How will you go, .(hen ?" '
"In my canoe," Isaid- :. .,.
The Marquis could: not refrain (romj#.ni
downright laugh, which brought the landlord .
to the door. + ,::+'5 ..,:'+2+ "+
"*Le diablel, you'll be drownied -' -s :'./,
the Frenchman.
,"There is not water enough in \No'i, 6.:_ "
river to drown this child, I k-now said,!( '
The Marquis and the landlord ;enjbypo +i; !'
the retort by a hearty laigl, .Auh t-tk olbt e !. '-
turned to the window, looked on the river a +
few seconds, and observed--.- '
The tide servcs,-and I wish Jtoiseeyo /'
off. What time will you probably r ulq
"Between seven and eight this afternoon."
I replied. '.
He handed me a gold piece. .. ,.
I don't want half so -much; 'I onty..wat
sufficient to buy some fowls and eggs with,
for I am going to market." .. ,.
The General turned to the landlord, and
said to him, ,,
"Give him as much change as-he Wshes{l
on which he handed me about twelve shil-.
lings, w while I observed- ,. .r !.
Now I'll run hNome and get some cloths
onin a few minutes." "14,, r, ,,
'I wish to speak a few woks with you
before youslafc^" .. ,
"I shall -.,qt be: here again till-!, csamp
from New Yor sir, In fifteen, .minulae *
shall start from little atone ,dock," and T
pointed to it out of the window. ,: .,
I desire you -to be .. rudtentand ,,ig
your own counsel,"''said the. General; -s,_4 "
should any misehioftbefal you, so, that y.ai
are detained, do not fail to let me~mkn'6w.,a l
the circumstances i-mmediately, y' (ihat I
may relieve you." I I ,- .% ,,,i I
So saying 1 good bye," I took my h .tt.wqd
started, and by the time I stated IP sta'rtpd ''"
from the dock, I saw the carriage deiv,e off ,
I soon reached. the, city, atnd&'weifftj>:
Claus Vandara's in the Bowry, who use'd'
to keep the Sourkrout Club.House, M it
was then called, and where 'I .had,.ofte "
beon with my father. who was an,,01, friend
of his. I told him my errand, and.he- haste
I was in, on account of ths time of'tid,p,
I Well,' said he, "there's Huey .Ga^jes!
,o day's paper, and here is an.English paper
which came in the Britfih packet.lat
-night--take, that, to.o, and ,tht asooogr.yott
are off the better; it is noiw dead lowwater."
41 felt rejoiced at getting the other-paper,
andbhad them between my shirt aand',kin,
in my bosom, very soon. I left,;my fowls
and eggs with him,,an.d look the.,baskets
bhck, but not till the good old..put had tossed into one a large roll of ginger-
bread, and which 1 began to ,need ver4
much. As I approached the w.haitf, therg
were three red coats looking towards a ship
at anchor in the river.. A I- .siepped intp
my canoe, they walked to the place, .di3 dwo
asked- "
"Where are you going ?, .-
"To Weehawk," saidI.-':, ; -
"'Where have yon belbn?". ,'.+,.. n
."To markfiit to sell some tehic~kens and
eggs," I answered ... < ,,,>,- .; J ', ,
They said no more,-and [imadetJhe befit
of my way to Sing Sing with a-fine- tide.
and soon .arrived there, just before jhose-I
haemenitioned, and., my heart, etegood t+o
seeVthee carriage drive to the tavern,-++ anda
both of them looking for me' out_ of the
window., I -fastened my cano-e, but left both
baskets, for I knew, that funny...Frenchma
.wouldmake'fun of the gingea'rbpad.:A~s ]I
entered .the h0,use,. the !arndlord, .was ii f!ie.
bar. I saw the. back door,; ,.open,: aiad ;th0
landlord told me to go in, which'I did, and'
Lafayette shoved it slowly to.- :- +, i
Washington was on his feet,. and befret
could take off my hat he ob.erved-'
." Well my youug friendd, what success ?','
"Al1. good, st-,. 1, anid, laughing, as I
thrust my hand sit0 my bosom and pulled
out both papers and handed .them tohima. t ;* '
"An English paper I-.wlere didt yOut


get this from?" said be,' a-,aJookpf. appro- ..
bation spread over his noble face. g: ,.
"Sourkrout Hall, sit." ^' r. 5 >
He reached his hand _ad,+ look m ie," .
saying- .. .... ... ..
"Sourkrout Hall," said the Frenchman,
looking at me very .ignifiea'nily, .- -. ,,
"You've not had your dinner? -said.h
G eneral. . +.
"Not lto-day,.sir," .; .,
"Marquis, .pOlease order some, -and "a cup
of tea." .. .. -
"No si.r, I mnst go home' - Washingfon took out his purse, nd"
held five guineas towards*.me. I drew back
and said- ; .
"I am an American, si.r"and fatherwould-'l
make me return it right a4way, if he knew it."
,Well," said he, "if I can reward you no +
other way, bear inLnind this--General
Washington thanks ybu,; aud gie mv.i "-
pecs.toyoufat-her, andtell hini Ico4-ratu-


PROSPECTUS
OF THE

JACKSON IHIG,
A WVEEKL" PAPER,
TO BE PU_'BL[SIIED /.'. .1RLI.T1-Nd.1 .
T HE i,-l,?[- "F,:..\I --f I'N I rI ,:,,'iI J:,_-1k-;.., ,I 1 ,I.u ili F lorid a, a
'.Vtekl.v rjt? .ve '.,.,i, er ,.\ lth t l i, i,, ? itlh-.
Tlis ,o ,er wdll he dei\.-.ed t, Litrture, Agri-
'iit ii,'e.and .'i.i .'e ; it .\%ill -[ a, c.itain the
curn.,,t news *:,f the day\ a ,.t :,rlr|ies in support 0f
the W hiz ',,i,,73. ,
Tre we\dirt ,,1" a l.:,cal p ,],:r Iio' b.-.?n severely
hi:-!t in AJ '-ks,,n \V ltt,,r, a ld, \\'.-,ilrgting coun-
t.:%, a.. hai,. led t, the pr,:,l.p ,r. estahlilm ent of
tli .J,, il ,:M i.
T i.? ,i",or.. __na.J hop] e to .tA iin ,m .-," nt pat-
'.M-,g;e t, u In le tholi t'. tl[[i ne Q its publica-
t, h%\the l.0- t ,,I S [tw ,n-l be-'.
-rrRM .I-- "l' -, .l...llird |.< i,,' ri 1m in advance.
.,. i n. { ",, 1 u..,.I. '.M11i1ij -Is 1.,It q ; ,-'r E .l A at the
c ,,'[ ,., t' th e ', ,r.


from the ground, and in vain strives to win
him back to life.
m ;io padre! mio padre! Oh, Dios, es
ruerte l he is dead-he is dead!-my father,
speak to me !
Nay, Maritana, it is hoppless, he is
gone,--! knew not of your coming or I
would have saved him."
But Maritana had fainted; his words met
with no response, and ere he could recover
her another ranchero rushed in saying that
the Americans were coming. They appear-
ed Ohat instant in the road-it was too late
--plunging into the thicket. Pedrillo and
his men were gone before Merton and his
dragoons could come up. ,
6" No use men, stay where you are-they'll
pick you off like blackbirds among those
bushes; let's see if they have killed these
two-their own people too-the villains."
Maritana soon recovered, and after some
time became calmer through inere q hbas-
tion, where they won from her the tale 6*of
her misfortune. -It was the same as ever-
Pedrillo had long been the bane of the vil-
lage; with all his wildness, though, he loved
Mariana, and, strange to say-no not
strange-she loved him; but the Alcalde
had forbid him the house and the village.-
Thus driven forth he had joined the ran-
cheros and had become a chief among that
semi-bandit body. The Alcalde and his
daughter had been jouneying towards the
American camp, in the hope of seeing her
brother who was a prisoner, When, before
Pedrillo know it Senor, the ranchores-"
and here the poor girl burst forth again in
an agony of tears.
The dragoons remained there through
the night, and a couch was made for Mari-
tana out of their cloaks and placed at a little
distance; but when morning came both she
and the corpse of her father were gone-all
search was unavailling, and, after a few
hours thus employed, the Americans re-
turned to theircamp.
Let us pass over the glorious days of Palo
Alto and Resaca-let us suppose the river
to be crossed and Matamoras to be taken,
and let ts continue with Merton on the
track oft he flying foe ; after thirty-six hours
pursuit the American cavalry came up with
the tear guard of the Mexican forces. The
sight oftheBenemy wasiepbugh to inspirit the
wearied tirops-eyen the tired horses seem-
ed -o obtain renewed vigor as they dashed
on to the charge. There was but little re-
sistance, however, for after a few scattered
shots the Mexicans broke and fled. .One
troop of the rancheros continued the con-
flict longer than.the rest, and a part of the
Americans swept down upon them; among
these was Merton, who, in the charge, met
the leader of the opposing party and soon
left him lifeless beneath the horses hoofs.-
On the fall of their chief the rancheros re-
treated, throwing in an irregular fireas they
did so. A woman who was rushing forward
received one of their balls in her side, and
crying Pedrillo," fell dead op the body of
the ranchero chief.I
Those who Yead Col. Wilson's report to
Gen. Taylor will find poor Maritana's fate
thus told--" During the night we overtook
the enemy's rear guard, and after a slight
skirmish, in which we took some :prisoners,
they broke and fled, we having three men
wounded, the enemy losing one man, and,
I regret to say, one woman killed,"

"WASHINGTON
There seems-to be something in the very
name of this illustrious individual, that
every'American seems instinctively, as it
were, taught to venerate, inasmuch as every
incident of his life is becoming, more inter-
esting as time is gradually gaining space,
from his life time to the present moment.
I was seated the other afternoon, enjoy-
ing a cigar, at the Maspeth Hotel, when a
plain well dressed elderly man, drew a chair
towards me, and seeing me so much at
leisure, evinced a disposition to enter into a
conversation with me; when I observed-
"Well,. friend, it appears from all ac-
counts, our new president has left us."
Yes, sir, so it seems-and on short no-
tice," he replied. ,. ,. .*
He :was quite an aged man--not so old
as myself by several years. Was you in
this country during the reyolution, sir?"
Oh, yes, sir; I was born in this country,
thank.God." ,. ..:
'" Then sir, you must have some recollec-
tion, but I was too young to enter the ser-
vice at the time,"
"And where'were you, sirm"
In W inchester, .sir. ., .
"O0h! then you had an +opP'ortuniiy +of
knowing considerable about the great move-
ments of that. place; and do you recollect
the features+ of Gen. Washington as perfeet-
"ly as thought was_ but yesterday .? and La-
-fayette, tood--and Harry PincKney. ,
es," said he,+laughing heari-y. "Cros-
by and my fai her were neighbors."
So saying, I offered him a cigar, which
he declined, and said--
"If the landlord has a pipe, I will prefer
iU. I should like to tell you," he continued,


ea little circus* stancee which took peIlace be-
tween Gen. Washington and myself."
; I observed I should be delighted to hear
it, and be related the following history of a
day inrthe General's employ:
Well, one morning father told me to
take the black mare to Sing Sing, and get
her shod, and wait till old rum nose Ben,
the blacksmith, shod her. So Istood at the
door of old Ben's shop, and who should
drive up to the tavern opposite, but Wash-

ington in his coach and Lafayette with him.
They both got out, and I saw both pass in-
to the back room, and the landlord followed;
and in a few seconds the landlord beckoned
me from the piazza. I felt frightened at
first, and wondered what it meant; but thinks
I, they want some grog and fresh water. I
was in my shirt and trowsers, without sho-es,
and on my head, an old cocked hat, and my
feet and ancles, you qay judge. I had


-OLD FRIENDS TOGETHER.
Oh. time is sweet, when roses meet
With Sprnng's sweet breath around them ;
And sweet the time when hearts are lost,.
I If those Who love have found them i
And sweet the mind that still may find
A star in the darkest Weaiher-
But nought can be so sweet to see
As old friends me.ttogether.,
Those days of old, whenyouth was bold,
And time stole- wings t& speed it;
And y6uth ne'er knew how fast time flew,
Or knowing, did not heed it-
Though grey each brow that meets us now,
(For age brings wintry weather,)
Yet nought can be so sweet to see
As those old friends together.
The few long known, whom years have shown,
With hearts that friendship blesses;
A hand to cheer, perchance a tear
To sooth a friend's distress,
W-ho helped and tried, still side by_ side,
A friend to face bad weather-
Oh, thus may %e yet joy to see
And meet old friends together.


BENJ. G. LIDDON C CU.


J,.IN 3[, -'[. 7.


"'obneco.
S"]" k H \LF[ b,-,," M i',, -i, lr, -. W" L Roane"
lh;'.tt ii..x>' M j,,,,fI i :ili tI r.:,.! d WV P, ,:-e Brand.
2+9" ,. -+ .... d-o."- -. "
"3 -" W Barlow" "
:48,22 1b5. boxes' ,, J,-VMorgan" "
1 2 1 b L u m p s A ..
5 6'oxes Manufactured "J W,-Morgan' Brand
i Premium.. -,,
5 boxes ... Napo-
leon's'.' Brand" 'M j._-,;..
.-5 boxes Manufactured&- ".6.. ,Napo-
--leon's" Brand "St,:, .-b ." -. .
,5i. -"2. lb boxes Ma-nufacttured C" "Na~po-
*'leon's B rand ;6" \[ g,.;i.. i ai." L -
- 9 b.xes Manufactured Morforid" Honey'Dew
- 10 Crates Crockery ; .10,000. Florida Segars, .
50 _doz Negre. Caps; 60 doz Hoes, "assorted."
j- rainran Carpeting, Cotton. Cards, Trace Chains.
For 'sal'elow to close consignments,.by
LOCKHART -& YOUNG,
'Nov. 14-' + 53 Water street.
Oil Cloths and Carpets.
1Q PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and,.2 yards wide;
81 0 3 pcs super-Ingrain Carpeting; :
3 1 C o t to n 94 '' '
2 Stair : -" "
For sale by IV.M-. k PIr, &cO.
D ec 5 6 ; ...:+'.. .'.. 41 W ater street.
oots and ShoeS. "
-' OY' .S l M.i,- :Russet Brogans; ".
SM en 's"-*: ...-*1 ..n. l...p eg'd K ip B rog an s';
Gentsfine Calf Brogans ;
Wmnsi,,_',' and sew'd- Shoes,; Childrefi's do. do.
SSu pe~r "La-die' Kid" and-Morocco'Shoes ;
,-,,p' Ladies' coarse and fine CaIf Boots.
A I ,i,-2-'i.i.v extensive-assortmen.t, just received
-:ar, i ,r.;,,b .by "%\U .. G. PORTER & CO.
- .-+ D'.: 5 4-1 Water street.
Iron. Nni, AI%-e.
2 -"~\ 'r ,NS--wede- ron,- assorted si-zes ;'
.a,[J 1t,),,kegs Nails, do.
"4-,-as!s Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities-;
,- "0 Blacksmith Steel-Faced Anvils;1 r :
*: ,.". English and Ameriican Vises;
'20 J,, Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;- -
_10+ C" ollins' Axes;.. 5, L
-10 bxs Cotton" and: Woolen .Cards;
I case Rowland's Caqt Steel Mill Saws;
1000 lbs Cast and.German.Steel, for sale by
-. + ",WM.,G.,- POR.TER. &--CO.,
Dec 4 ... 41 Water street.
Groceries and Shiil Stores.
TITO COFFER, Java do; St.,.. D6mingo do,
t,, tlN,-,', Flour, W-estern "d6;.-N-O Sugar,
1St:."Ct.,I\ 1.-1 P.,.o -od'o, Young Hyson Tea,
Hiso, ,|-. [., veh'ong do,. Souichopng do,._Goshen
Biitt- l 1. BT.,i,:.P IT.1ms., Sides;Shoul-
ders, .'i_.L., i-, h'ln ,'- I 1-.z and Prim'e'-Beef,
Meos it., Pri', P,,,k. M! QwkeraEI.Sha.d, Salmon,
H errihiz. o,,Iii ,,n,{ T-,i, ;,,-, i.loci Fish T ongues
.Pp l iyei, .i,,.^% ,-' i., t-,-;. p .r,,r Sauee, Olives,
",''--,,r"- ,,-k ;- Soap; < i, ki.-l Tobacco, 'Navy
B read, P;1 .. I ..l-,. ", ...Akers. "' in, -,,.. Dried .Fruits,
P- rnpi,, .R.,,,--I. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row r; ....:,t Corn,.OazsE w'.---l," lI. Mustard, Rice.
Fors,].- -y .-B. ELL[ON,'& CO. -
J I .IL 23 "24 W ater street._
'- 'T q. g ,.,.--i-tni B I.,'--.,, t., the case;-
-\ ,,,ii ,:"! S,', .', ...<- ,u .Il B ,,-k ,,, : : .
M .:,'--, P.',',-i -,,,] V ,.J h Br,4,ins.; -
.. .. -. ri,,,:, ,.\",v'.t B3rogans ;:
; M I J,, p e \', '', {- ,-,I. ;'- .4 I .. t, ,
".. R,' et':' Rr.,.r i,]<. Frr .-..*ileh >,,: ;-": '"

:^m ~ ~ ~ 2- :. ':. '.*24 W" t2r street.,..,


C-ENERAL TAYLOR.
As plain "Lieutenant Colonel Taylor the.
writer.ofothis has seen "Old Zaech." putting
his menthroughthe battalion drill on the
.northern banks- of the Wisconsin in the
depths of February. This would seem
only characteristic of the man Who has
since proved himself equally "Rough and
Ready" under the scorching sun of the tro-
pies.- But, looking back through longyears
to many a pleasant hour spent in the well
selected library of the post which Colonel
Taylor then commanded, we--recur now
with singular interest to the agreeable con-
versatiou held in tho-.room which was the
Colonel's favorite resort 'amid the intervals
of duty;. Nor will the reader think these
,personal reminiscences impertinent, when
we add that our object in recurring to
them here is simply to mention that, re-
membering alike the wintry drill and the
snug book-room, Taylor's hardihood-the
idea of which now so readily attaches to his
soubriquet of. Rough and Ready-would
eer'tinly noptthen have struck a, stranger as
nonre characteristic than his liberal-minded
intelligence.:. Remarkable sincerity of man-
ner, a dash of humor amid diffident reserve,
blended with a cordiality that for want of a
better phrase we should call mesmeric,
characterized the mien of the distinguished
man, upon whom the eyes of all his coun-
trymen are- now fixed-with such curious in-
terest. .He was one Of those few men who
instantly impress a stranger with the idea of
frankness and reality, of character, while still
suggesting to the .imagination that there
was much-to study in him. Above all was
it apparenththat his singular modesty was
g.enuine,-was..of the soul ; that he was a
man whose strong individuality his nearest
intima-tesn must hesitate to write about and
publish to the world in terms of praise.-
And we know the t'act.that in one instance a
friend whom the General had obliged, when
replying to-some newspaper disparagement
of Tay/,or's military standing and services
at the commencement of the Florida war,
was detepred by,;hJs knowledge of this trait
from communicating his article to the sub-
ject of it, lest the terms of eulogy he had
employed might be offensive to Taylor.
This dislike of puffery, nay this almost way-
ward turning one's back upon fame is,
however, perfectly consistent with the most
jealoussenise ofwhat is due to one's person-
al character ;-and that quality General Tay-
{or's published correspondence with the De-
partment of War proves he! possesses in the
most lively degree. He there shows that
he leaves the laurels of the hero to take-
care of themselves, but the rights and the
character of Zachary Taylor must not be
tampered with. And this is the quality
which will ever prevIent him from becoming
I te too0 of party. He is a ma )ihat cannot
--be used, by others save in the line of his
AMty, Aman ,who cannot be approached
'to be thus used;-fior there is sometimes a
shrewd fire in the,glance of his friendly eye,
an epigrammatic heartiness or response bolt-
iny ,1.prfii mi.his taclitutnity, that would
utterlybewilder and confound the ordinary
man of the %i,,,H1,. whoappro.aehed him with
double dealing phrase, or selfish insincerity
of purpose ,- +' +.
With.re'Gard't0 his personal appearance,
of all the porrtriats -of :General Taylor that
we have seen, and there is one in each of
the volumes bmel',re us, that published in
Graham's Magazine strikes us as dicidedly
the best. In some respects it is flattered,
and in others, it hardly comes up to the
strongly marked character expressed in the
faNe 0f the original; as a whole, however, it
iSTar more 'fioif'61l than. 'the -others. Its
fl,iitery, we imagine, lies in making Taylor
look )3i,,u,,i r .tihati-he now appears. .I- For
his"l)oi,'s in the. picture are6those which we
recall when seeing' him ju3t ;,fir the close
of: his 'cam, p ai gn, ,-no% manyy.years -one-by.
The stamped medals pubfishedrin this city.
lately, by J. P.. Miner we should think
would better represent hispresent appear:-

: While, indulgiIng i, these ossipnrg e-
frences, which we knew will-' in,ere.n-'sume
of our readers, we mayi here' relate an-anec-
dote o~f General Taylor, Which we once
heard, a-rid the early scenes of the Black
Hawk war on RockRiver, 'and which,
though never verified to our knowledge,
still seems most characteristic of the R~ough
and Ready of later yeair4. Some time after
Stillman's defeat by Black []awk's band,
Taylor', marching with a large body of volun-
teers anda handful of-iregularsin pursuit of
the hostile Indan foree, found himself ap-
proaching Rock River, then asserted by
many to be the true north-western boundary
of the State of Illinois. The. volunteers, as
Taylor was informed, would refuse to cross
the stream. They were militia, they said, cal-
led out for the defence of tho State, and it


_'-'Dry Gwiolas.
1_L ., .,:It':,l -.t .,'- .L L>, *; ,* 1-, ,'.,, i -r ,,- "i,
e+,', W l ,,[,_- 3 -\'= ,r-.l [.,' ,-I". -%
'VJ,-: e Co ,.l 21t ;. D" ,:i ,

P t -'I 4,,,:' I ll. !, A




L <,_,,.!|-1_1t vxt. I tr.ve e i-.
iAS'l|'wr 1C alone X' L' Nwlir '
E .; ) ; r i |.' 1 r i l '- i_-. 'L i




E 'll -t 1 r, I -t, l L"-,1 -"', .1 all "
^*: t i1 [,[., ,!,..-l -. 5, ..,,rJ I" ';1 "






_, ., I 1-i In M",,i n k-. .W I '
+-'' .,It.,,il lIl'i l.*,+= ,,I "F';ll T i ';,',n^ .
t.LL L .t ,l L .r ;.l l ) t l I.' I '. ,' l 1-1





4-.I 1" 4 11 6'I t }' i1 -+ 1t ', t-' t l l
-In[,:_ ,?,,.i d L .t'. i l 1 ti2 Z, ,,,
[7 ,.-li.'1 1r". ,,1 .t'l .n .\.,,,*.]*r*, J'l Pl'itir.;, o-
i.-'.'<,' .i ii, >,I,,, ;.i i., i .TI" .L t "',tte l ,l .,: .i iii i s,. "
S.i.ip'?r I .' l**ll:.lel ,']' E?'';' '':',





tPt i i ,4' Tr'Ilii1 i;L in?
E 'j 1 l 2, S.' .'t" --i l -iit I A .,ri' 'I r.I.
"'i '-~i r [r ,D i in hl.,.:k-ad ri.--',,.-,J "iLl."-, -" :"
I l I .i 3 ,i Ir-, vj t- ,mr I'ai '.'. f t :I-I .
g.I._Tr F: l,disql-t'* P',;lf..-. i1,1, ^ikl_;I
I a -v 0l 'A- it %' -- ii.'" i l T "'71
E. ,'- L 'Trt,) ,a.2 iv -e H ;{'', "
L I'l-h-' ,:',-,itr-LM.?a,- w ,1 ir.,, Hi'-h.-,e.?
;- ':' .' l' ..t l [ "V.l l,i s I'~,tl ,I' :. t V ,, ,










1,- L!" .. i t ui Q AI l ,

;- -I ; ', I "m l+ I I, ,. Z.
..- -'*.". ,',, ; i n i,^ :l C '~n ",r-i': :,[,i'i ,,; ]"i'!,
O 'f W I I ;, Pl- T I,, f,. '-'I
*' .g. i v \'" ,.;.:. ) *, { B i,r !-, t'c., ci [ p ,1' re '' m ,.I -\..l '.+ ir,
., .t' W' i I ?"M ir r: l?' L, 'W .I ,'l .-t r'.r ,- I V i
i r.' r! r 'J ,- I "..!' t v 'r ,[ .:l .. I' r .*r *i, ,," I' ,., ,1,_l:,
l ,?r ,,i.l", ' l. J.! t":>_- -; l I. -. C I ,_'...
0-.>. .; lR'4 :. I i .,, r E-,' .!
B. G.'_.-il t '.'Jl\ Wt[.i.r ,i-ep(
X ` i% N. t1 .. ,'.-,, .: .. I' d11 oizes,


,-M 1-t nI i'ir I r I1 I ,_" '_'.-., % "' I- ".'+,.




P:' 'II+ ', { ,,I ,4 tl {,11 ,'il r.. ," t' .'l, .v.. I...r-
"I I, --X.A il t. ". ". ,t; i *. -.h ,, ;.,l,, -,, \" im ,,,, _rr, ( pa




pI'nq Ti m I-wi.,n- [.i~ hi .' r- i" \ '"!.,
-, I 1 :; ,'Ti ,', ,m -I I, -ie .r .' f ll' .-, d
S ',l -i r [ Ir.i ,. 13 l u^ t,-_. .I I R i ._ L,,_iir do ,
,- .. i',,, ,--1,. r. r I,, .R 1 ..,- C i. ro do.Pa t
i i'. ,rj .'! it"'- V {,'r.ii ,1 ,' d..+' Il.'. I. i t, ,l-i llt i np u lo
P ,,'i n i -_i .',>. L ,,' t-. l'-','.I ,," ..,l -'- ,_' k L ,',- .. H -

"|H- ,,, P,- -' f'.;. ,lt2. 1-J 7. r t," ,, [ ,l-? . ',
d[ -> T..z i t:. ,,-- ,,,, J_' I 11- .P> 13,.I -,. I-, ,{.' ,....
17'L.r l': 'r. 'i +t,- I] '.-+ i ." r-, l- i *1-r i { l. '; -' 'I [" ,,, ...


12 A,, .o Iv ,,-Q W o .n Rv n U,- -, ro l)l"r
P *i J ,i, r _-* .i ,`.-'!4 il, ,r,,erI i .l o ,r .k r] ,.:l.






J) .1 ['g,- {,'. ,i lr"^ I', -" -. O H
"141 ; -,1 .-... I [ [-[,, *-,l0. andIbpi.k11 ,
Ir.,.-,t Nt.I. l S.. it ;i' ;! 3r' .. T1 .,.t ,,, .
D e, 'l- ^ -'_ d '.> [ 3 *- .. F ,< :1., I- l^ .. "'*' ,. l -l F_'.l'r-
K i! .J :! '3'1 .+ Iu l ,. {. [ilni l -'4 I Lt i[ I ., r,,
F .l nt : i.' j, -ih ,+. ,-.{ 11 iiin.. r-. I 1-4 P ii,, ii,+ n-',',, -,],,








"P~ ~~I E d" ll"l" J-."" ", v 'i
.-\ ,1 _,:) ,.!l. PIt 1 I H ,I I 7 l: "li l, [ N I-I.
rv' ;-.{' >,; ,2 -r^.' [, i ti N~.n,i ?,- H i ^. P.er l...et-',
V .l' r. ,vel ,, r :', ..P- t "( l .lI'l,tF.-r I',n s.-t ,.ijL '-
'*" t.2 ) iy -:i:. It .', 1i. --I., L .-= l L -3~ e ..! l. ;)i'"
|') i).J .' ii3- 1.. ' ,rlu?, -,l,t \V,:'_.[,{( [-I. L,,Iir;n'

T > .i|.- {),Ke. vin..-' e ('*t* ? au,. \r, \ _'.* *-p ; -- .




50 'bl-': in>l x r i.i D2.Jr C h17.
T 3. I, ', Is . r O i. ,,, r ; -_5" I.tr *l 'I. ..: ..: ,.I ,, .,
7 -) b, rb l t,! uir i.i q R i" ;-trT ,i-. i ., cr... .;) "


j-" i ." 1 i, r A. I t .- ,! ;- ;.1 ....
."7-- ". n 5io,)- vlii, :- ",emt ,,lUl,.'.; V .-.:i + *".* '







2- N-. n1:113 r. nr ; 1







60"2' 1 ti;! w a~i ti. 1. il^nl'e-;
1) j' Own w 1 11 ne; Gunpilfw.er ago-Hy.
.. .. *l"' b' rl] .." s 1 [ C h Ir ,d t'.I j Ir.- *' -.I ^"
!'1 *' +" : Ir '',.j L' '-1 D .,,''i, ,, : ; [" +.; .














if '-.: ., -b r."-- N E \I,-Lin~ ; +'-":' +
2 h Af i"An Ol C~i-gnai Brandy.; '\






^ ,: "5,'',-\- HA.ilidt D.,iry Cheeame; -g
;5` 3, .lk -* Rope-f, k. =o,.i. _s s
," '[,- h ,le-; A I;,: -,,, M tt-; +: "" ': ';. -'"
**' .;99 b') ' ,,til'.l)\xs ,.'ew.crop)-M a.!"Ra:irins;
k +/3" *"' \ ,. ,,' ,,,,r' -.1r- tobacco.;^
'T+ ; ",*25 '.'i ,5 ,rt.. r ,l P I,. !;.iil ;, + ."; -
!. i bair-'l--^I ,,,:. ,' ,-r l 'Nbs a~nd'- ; ..+ ..





!: _. 2,) Ip I r ,1 .tl *' :. do ; "''+ : ".^ -: ^ ", '
.,) I',y.\ ,?.7 ",; ,,t,+. 1 *'','!i,',; .' -
i *ii")0 ,:rt'i rs- .1.1 I ,;..i'ne Gunpowder ajild Hy-
." ; ;. ,,. T ;.
-"-. lO..-., e t. -ri r ,; I ,.'.i i '? P,:, v,'i-hii., ]eas ;
-' *3 h !1l" ir'e.' O1, il',gnac Brandy ;
lbi.:--hti.'r< "' H,-il.i,-i'k". Champagne ;
.", ke.;'_ N tils, .~si.,,'red sizes ;
95"' hhl.:> Pil.,: .t 1, N.tvy Breadt;
"} tier,.?s ne^.v R,,:e;
"2 *~e'. l ,' *I 1-i'u irter new Bnckw~heat ;3
2.)4 li,,-"ii'tl. N,-,rth'er Oat?..
\nm i-Itil.-.-,li, De,:. 5, 1846. ; . ',


On Con*'v~t ne itf.
T I E. --III C. I )1 ij .-,r
meit, the fotllo-i^rg articles-.
2 c ik.l;i .'l,.,i,' Old Pgart "W,*_ne-; .... -".
1 "+, -0 Id Madeira -Wine;- *
1 ,' superior Old Scotch Whiskey-; ,
2'-I.' Pale &: Bro; 1,r i.1 dirn,.,;
". '- Dark Dunmon. Priv-.].Nl,
-' 10 "'n k. '-! London Club" Cl :,r, ,.
Also, a variety of Seagars, all of which. wril be
sold low, for cash only, by .* [ -.
.. .. EDWARD' McCULLY,
SFeb 27 51 1 Wafer ^ri'._t..
-: TT [l -r ,I'-S .Tr,' Sq v' ii',,', s Hjl,,m ,,1n 'IWi.I
y I,'l,,,','y. ]i' r r. '.'.'-.? ie.I .aIr.1 tor jle Iw
N'v .- .1. C. ALLEN.


S IP'- II' \'T n, n r-, i n,,t Prirn, LN, f rhe
--,_- bale and case, low for casbh, by *
; r.....-- B. ELLP4-'N & .X,
."Jain+23 ,- -'. .- '* *94- W itV r sfri'e t.

Iwistav's B alsani of Wild 'iherry.
1 i DOZEN, just r 'eivJ-,'andlforsaleVB '
i-^, April 10 -H .P. H./. ABELL.

R-FIiH Fall Crop., fo` sale b' "
T, Ap1rit 17 H. F. ABELL-


QUININE, Camphor and Piperine/ !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 1 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrlp.
JUST received, and for sale by ,
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
M! OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.
Bagging andt Hope.
1 0PCS Kentucky Bagging
10 100 coils Rope; V I
4"'bales B-ir,._" Twine, for salelby
WM.-G PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street. "


V lmI






---j(asaC4rL~ lhp sn~ I- ---- wi-- I Ilrr-r -


-rqr3 o --


A ate himii oil ha-vinrg such a so~n ; and remem- IRAILROA'DS IN THE UNITED STATIS.
"ber, if at any time during the contest, or According to a-tabular statement given in
thereafter, if you ,et involved in anydiffi- the American Railroad Journal, it appears
culty, let me hear from you, and I will that there are 147 Railroads in the United
relieve'you if in my power." States, measuring 5,392 miles, now finished
As he said this, I thought I saw a tear and in use. There are 30 more now being
slrting in his eyes, and Lafayett's like- constructed, measuring 2,857 miles, and 12
Vwise, as they both hurried into the car- more, measuring 715, which have been
Ti.age, when the landlord followed to the commenced and abandoned. Among these
--steps. While the waiter was closing the last there are 4841 miles in Alabama and
,-door, Lafayette said- Florida; the Hiwassee Railroad is also in-
." My God! what a country! patriots eluded here, though a strong movement is
from the Coimmander-in-Chiefdown to the now being made to complete it. Of the un-
ploughman! they deserve lobe free." finished roads 1,414 miles are in Illinois,
."Yes," replied the other, as the coach mostly State work.
d4roveo off; "and I trust in-God they will be." The South Carolina Railroad, from
Charleston to Hamburg, 127 miles, was
;"OREG6O-N-ANDCALIFORNIA-TWO chartered in 1828-9-and completed in
S*": bMONTHS LATER. 1833, and was at that lime the longest Rail-
-. mon ,dfo disobediene o.. or -road in the world, and it is believed, ran the
.-_,-t a df0? d edience of or. first.locamative in 'the United States.
ders. Sent home for trial. Return of Kear- Th l ai i1 th ut ates,
,ney and Stoekton. The longest road in the United States,
Z L, A. I owned by one single company, is that from
-w Z^NZSVmIIEAug.^* 11.Savannah to Macon, 190S miles, the next
We have received from or attentive Cin- 'is the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and the
,iinati--Correspondent the following inter- -third on the list is the Georgia Road, from
esting news: Augusta to Atlanta, 181 miles long.
1Mcssrs. Shaw and Bolden arrived at St. 'The first Railroad ever builtin the United
Louis on Thursday last direct from Oregon, States was the Quincy, 4 miles long, finish-
h avir_, left the frontier settlements on the ed in 18"27, the second was the Mauch
5thh May and made tihe trip to St. Josephs in Chunk Road, Pennsylvania, 9 miles long,
elghty-three dlays, having a track but 3 feet 6 inches wide.
The party met but little difficulty on the Theahiglest gradeof any travelled road
route. The various parties of emigrants to (80 feet in a mile) is on the Springfield and
Oregon and California were making rapid Albany, where it crosses the Green Moun-
progress. Davidson and, his company were tain chain. That from Claveland, Ohio, to
mtnet at the Big Sandy and two other compa. rhe quarries, has a grade of 264 feet to the
uies at Green River. mile.
TMhe M'ormons, with their immense train There are 19 roads with inclined planes,
,of wagot, were met near the Forks of Plat- requiring stationary engines, and on the
>te.-River, on their route to California, and Portage Road, over the Alleghany Moun-
-their rulers, the "Twelve Apostles" as they talus in Pennsylvania, there are ten inclined
--are called, were met at Fort Bridges. It plains in a distance of 36 miles. "
ts understood that the Mormons would There are,15 tunnels on 12 different roads,
aot proceed this season further the longest being on the Long Island Road
'LaeT-,. ,under Atlantic street, in Brookiin, which is
- At Fort Half, Messrs. Shaw and Thomp- more than half a mile in length. There is
son met Samuel Brannon, and from him a tunnel 600 feet long, through solid rock,
Sthey obtained news from California down to on the Harlaem Road, near New York. On
the 25th May. the Reading Road there are three tunnels,
Lieut. Col. Fremont had been arrested 960, 1600, and1933 feet long. This road,
far disobedience of orders by Gen. Kearny, though only 93 miles long cost $10,238,530.
bnd had been ordered home .to the United -
States to take his trial before a -Court Mar- rI ,1MNSITY OF THE UNIVERsE.-The
%tial. This difficulty grew out ofthe ill.feel-: f,,11owing is abridged from a report furnish-
ming and contradictory movement of Gen. ei to a Paris 'Institute by Mr. Arago. It
Karny and Col. Stockton. Coin. Stock- shows, in a brief space,'the wonderful im-
+1on had left, anti was on his way home. mensity of'the universe-
The Am-ri' in fleet was off Lower Cali- In the northern hemisphere, 3,400 stars
fornia, engaged against Mazatian, Acapuleo arevisable to the naked eye. The number
and other towns in that quarter. The of stars of the 2d magnitude are'triple those
troops had all been ordered to conc'ntrate' of" the 3d, are triple those of the 2d,
in tle same direction. There is no detail snd so on to the 14th magnitude, which the
given of contemplated movements but it is most powerful instrument renders visable.
doubtless to enforce the blockade proclaim- The number of stars of the est magni-
ed by Corn. Biddle. tude, is 18, and of the 14th, 29 million, and
Gen. Kearuy was about to leave Califor- if we add to these the 12th and 13th mag-
nia, and expected to reach tle States in the nitudes, it makes 43 millions of stars.
ionith of"September. Herschell, in the knee of Orion, a band 15
'1-he affairs of California generally appear degrees long, 2 degrees wide, counted 50,
in a very urise0l 3 condiion. 000 stars, -iwi as that band is only the 376th
Messrs. Shaw a9d Thampson learned from part of the heavens, so the entire surface
Brannon a,]iiioal dewailh of the sufferings contains 68,755,006 visable with the teles-
experiencJ, 3hy the parties of emigrants cope; but our class only reach the least
which failed 4o reach California before the remote; there must be above 148,572,200
last winter,came upon the*L They add to -stars: and our sun is only orre of them: the
the horrors of the previous accounts that ,mass of our earth is but the 355th million
-seventy-five perished from cold ,by exposure part of that one sun, and we are but an atom
ta-the snow, anti fromstarvation. Thesur-i .in relation to our earth.
vivors were reduced .to the dreadful alter- Stars of the 1st magnitude in both hemis-
nwt-we "-subSisting uponithe dead bodies of pheres are 18, the 6th order were the last
their companions. visible to the ancients by the naked eye;
The whole Reed family, in connection in our day it is the 7th.
with that of Donnor, reached ,the sutler's There are stars whose distance is 900
settlement in safety, after eiddurang ,increhi- times grater than those visible to the naked
ble sufferings. we.
6 "COmL Drake, of the British ship Modeste, Light,,winh *the velocity of 77,000 leagues
is oB IMs way to the United States, overland, -a second, takes three years to reach us
with a small party. He wyil .probably be from the nearest stars, 900 times more re-
attacfced by the Pawnees. , mote, so their light does not reach us until
after 2,700 years.
MEXICO-Saflt'a Anna has made a new The number of stars visible by means of
,communication to Congress, through tre aelescope of 20 feet focal distance, may
Secretary -of Foreign Affairs, in whichihe be more than 300 millions.
tells them tiht if they are not willing to take
the responsibility on the subject of Mr. ANNEXATION IN THE NORTH.-A- tourist
Buchanan's letter, neither is he. That he through the British American provinces in
does not want Congress to take the iniLia- a letter to the New York Express, says he
five, further than to express its opinion, has been impressed by what he has seen
whether the proposals from the American and heard', with the idea that the people
Government .shah' :be listened to or not. If wil .soon throw off the Britsh yoke and,
Congress will express their opinion on this ask fox admissio.n into the American Union !
point, it wil ,be 'followed by him. If it New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Canada,
-wishes to listen 'to tlie proposals ofrthe Uni- he predicts, will all, at no remote period,:
ted States, be will do so, and be then knows become members of our great Confederacy.
wlhat his duties are. Such an event is less desirable titan impro-
...Congress ha given no answer to this as no bable. Whether Great Britain will relin-
quorum can be ob'tained. There is an ex- qnish her elail" upon these provinces with
isting law, declaring all those traitors who more readiness .than Mexico surrendered
propose a peace, and the Executive would Texas, remains to be seen. Annexation in
certainly come within ,thie provision ns of the the South was the remote, cause of (he
law, ifhe opened'negotiations fbrthatob- Mexican war; Annexation in the North
left. As mailers now stand, there appears will probably^ be the precursor of one of
but little prospect of anything being done, fargreater magnitude. But our "Manifest
as in the position that Santa Anna 'has as- Destiny beckons us on ; and be the obsta-
sumed, with Congress, it is very evident that tiles and dangers what they may, there is
he cannot enter into any negotiations until n such word as back out" in the! Ameri-
Congress has acted on the subject and ex- can vocabulary.
pressed their assent to the measure. The A CAPITAL JOKE.--The LOaD CHAN-
result, probably, will be the immediate ad- CET/LOR of Ireland, having made an up-
vance of Gen. Scott...T.he .capture of the pointment to visit the Duiblin Insane


capital and then possibly, perhaps even pro- Asylum, repaired thither in the absence of:
:toably, Congress may express-its willingness the chief manager, and was admitted 'by,
,..that negotiations should be opened. Even, one of the -keepers, who was waiting to
Ahotwever, if this was done, the views of the receive a patient answering the -appear-I
- governments are so opposite, as regards ance of Sir Edward. He appeared to be
tprms,, particularly as to territory, that we very talkative, but the attendants humored
sebu'it'tle chance of their agreeing. him and anwred all his questions. He
I The MeKicans, however, seem confident asked if the Surgeon General had arrived,
of being able.to defend their city successful.- and the keeper answered him that he had
ly. If they-cau do so all hopes or proba- not yet come, but that he would be there
ability of peace would 'vanish entirely. A immediately.
repulse of General Scott, situated -as he is, "Well," said he, "I will inspect some o"
weshould, regaefl equal to an actual defeat, the rooms until he arrives."
as -the whole country would rise like a "Oh, no," said the keeper, "we could
swarm of bees. upon his meeting with any not permit that at all."'
serious reverse. "Then I will walk for a while in the
oS confident afe ,-+he enemy in their garden," said his lordship, "while I am
,strength, that it is stated they intend to des- waiting for him."
,-'patch a considerable force from the capital "We cannot let you there either, sir,"
towards Vera Cruz, in order thermore ef- said the keeper.
fectu'ally (o cutoffall comm-unications in the ,What.!" said he, "don't you know
rear, anti iniercept supplies coming up.-- that I am the Lord Chancellor?"
Tihe force on and near the city is estimated "Sir," said the keeper, "we have four
at 30,000 men. -X. 0. Butl. lin~st. more Lord Chancellors here already."
.. He got into a great fary and they were
A VISIBLE Kiss.-A young and ',very beginning to think of the strait waistcoat
pretty lady, riding in the Concord cares, for him, when, fortunately, the Surgeon
was observed to have a piece of "court General arrived.
plaster" on her lip. When the cars had "Has the Chancellor arrived yet?"
emerged from" one of the long covered brid- asked he.
ges into the light, it was observed to have The man burst out a laughing at him,
disappeared; but they instantly detected it and said, "Yes, sir, we have him safe; but
clinging to the'lip of the young man who he is far the most outrageous patient we
sat on the seat with her! They both looked have."
.as; innocent as if they hadn't been doing Mr. O'CoNNELL told this anecdote in
lhin$,' ...... Dublin, at a public meeting.


~t_


;r;


P


I


CAMP NEAR MONTEREY, Mexico, June 9. UICtIMI UI IL AI~ IlTlIS1t,
DEAR SIR;-Your letterof the 16th ult., ... ;
from Clinton, La., has just reached me, in APALACHIoOLA, SATURDAY, AUG.. 28, 1847.
which you are pleased to say, "the signs .-7
of the times in relation to the next Presiden- 05 The following gentlemen are authorized
cy, and the prominent position of your Agents for the COMMERCIAL AIDVERTISR, aand will
name in connection with it, is a sufficient', receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
excuse for this letter." That, it is a happy ments:-
feature in our Government that official func- JosEPH F. MARON, Post Buildings, corner of
tionarins under it, from the lowest to the Hanoverand Beaverstreetq, New York.
highest station, are not beyond the reach of Dw D, BRAV, E:sq.,New Orl^eans.
and partial supervision of the humblest citi Maior JACK HARDIAN, ,i',irfala,.Ala.
zens, and that is a right inherent in every ......... .... ....
freemen to possess himself of the political 1FOR PIESSISE T,
principles and opinions df those into whose
hands the administration of the government ZACHARY TAYLOR.
may be Iflaced, &c., to all of which I fully
coincide with you in your opinion. Asking G(EN. TAYLOR'S LAST LETTER.
my views on several subjects. 'First, As to The letter which we publish to-day from
-thejustice and the necessity of this war with h l w w b
Mexico on our part. Second, As to the Gen. Taylor to Dr. Delony, will, we are in
necessity of a national Bank, and the power hopes, put a stop to any more fishing cor-
of Congress for creating such an institution, respondence, from people, who want to make
Thirdly, As to the effect of a high protec- themselves notorious, by publishing replies
tive, tariff and the Tight of Congress under G Tyo, a e ihem.
the constitution to create such a system of fom Gen. Taylor, dressed to ihem.
revenue.' As regards the first interrogate- The General answers the inquiry about
ry, my duties and the position I occupy, I ite Mexican War, precisely as might be
do not consider it would be proper in me to expected. We rejoice to see in his answer
give any opinion in regard to the same: as t t w as
a citizen and particularly as a soldier, it is that the views wh we have entrtaied as
sufficient for me to know that our country to the impropriety of stopping in the midst
is at ,war with a foreign nation, to do all in of a war wtih a foreign nation. :to discuss
my power to bring it to a speedy and honor- the propriety of its origin, are also partaken
able termination, by the most vigorous and
with a wan of his wisdom and patriotism.
energetic operations, without inquYtin g
about its justice, or anything else connected Ttre General also sustains another posi-.
with it; beleiving as I do, it is our wisest tion which we assumed a vear ago, and still
polcv to be at peace with all the world, as hold, tha ii is yet too early to agitate the
long as it can be (lone without endangering question of the Presidency, and that as far
the honor and interest of the country. As
regards the second and third inquiries, I am as he is concerned, such premature action
not prepared to-answer them; I could only. is calculated to prejudice 'him and embar-
do so after duly investigating those subject rasshis movements. We should not have
which I cannot now do; my whole ti'meOe- departed from the silence we intended to
ing fully occupied in attending to my pro-
per official duties which must not be neg- maintain on the subject, but for his virtual
elected under any circumstances; and I must acceptance of the nominations made by
say to you in substance what 1 have said to meetings of the People, and that we saw a
others in similar matters, that I ami no poli- 'position to throw him aside, after the
tician. Near forty years of my life have
been spent in the army, most of which in publication of his Signal Letter, in which
the field and the camp, on our western fron- emergency we felf it our duty, as one of his
tier, or in the country ; and for nearly the supporters, to speak out and declare what
two last, in this or Texas, during which we knew to be the fact, that three-fourihs
time I have not passed one night under the
roof of a house. As regards being a candi- r
date for the Presidency at the coming elec- prepared to support him for the Presidency.
tion, I have no aspirations in that way, and The letter, we publish to-day is important
regret the subject has been agitated at -this in one respect : ia it Gen. Taylor refuses to
early day, and that it had not been deferred as a q a t
until the close of this war, or until the end an q a
of the nextsession of Congress, especially if ions until the close of the war, or failing
I am to be mixed up with it, as it is possible that before the period of choosing the Pres-
it may lead to the injury of the public ser- ident, then until that time has arrived. We
vice in this quarter, by my operations being rejice in ibis determiua'tion-a contrary
embarassed, as well as to produce much ex-
citement in the country growing out of the course would plaee him a- the mercy of his
merits, &c., of the different aspirants for vigilant adversaries, and permit them the
that high office, which might have been advantage of twisting, distorting and safely
very much allayed, if not prevented, had discussing, at home, his avowed principles,
(he subject been deferred, as suggested; w he w i t f gi battle t
besides, very many changes may take place whilst he was in the field ging battle to
between now and 1848, so much so, as to The enemies of his country--thus placing
make it desirable for the interest of the him, where General Scott says Father
country, that some other individual than Ritchie and others are fond of getting po-
myself better qualified for the situation, li t f on i
should be selected; and could he by elected, litica1 oppouents-between two fires, one in
1 would not only acquiesce in such an ar- front and owe im rear.
rangement but would rejoice that the Re- But by far The most important part of the
public had one citizen, and no doubt here letter in question, is ihe passage where Gen.
are thousands, more deserving than 1 am, "-
and better qualified to discharge the duties Taylor asserts, that if elected to the Presi-
of said office. If 1 have been named by dency, all the pledges and explanations he
others and considered a candidate for the can enter into and make, as regards this or
Presidency, it h;is been by no agency of my that policy, is. that he will act to the best of
own in the matter: and if the good people his abilities strictly in compliance with the
think my services important in that station,
and elect me, I feel duty bound to serve Constitution, and that should he ever occupy
thqin, and all the pledges and explanations I the White House, it must be by the sponta-
can enter into. and make, as regards this or neous voice of the People, and by no act of
that policy, is that 1 will do honestly and his, so that he could go into the office untram-
faithfully to the best of my abilities, strictly
in compliance with the constitution.- feled, and be the Chief Magstrate of the
Should I ever occupy the White House, it Nation and not of a partly.
must beby the spontaneous move of the We. may now look to see [lie lines drawn,
people, and by nonaet of mine, so that I could and f s marshalled, between the Peopli,
go into the office untrammelled, as the chief ._
magistrate of the nation and not of a parly. h red fGn alr n h ou
But should they, (the people,) change clans, his opponents, of both the Whig and
their views and opinions between this an,! Democratic parties. Many of the Whig,
the time of holding the election, and cast and nearly all the Democrratic papers have
their votes for the Presidency for some one .
else, I will not complain. With eonsidera- avwe a eem*~o t pm ee
ltons of respect, I remain your ob't servant. Taylor's election, unless he made a profes-
;M. EwardDeiny.Z. TAYLOR, sion of" political faith, and pled.ged himself
Mr. dwar Delny.to adhere to it in practice. Had his pro-
P. S.I writer great haste and under con- f.ession have been adverse to Whig Policy,
stant interruption. -
of course such as were whigs amongst (hem
MONEY MATTERS.-The N. Y. Express woul at onc os him--and vice v~ersa,
of Monday afternoon says- .- .
Government Stocks have sohld to a large if he avowedl opposition to Loco Foco prnn-
amounr at a "decline, and close dull, while eiples, hie would meet with the hostility of
in the the share market here is an advance, Ihe Democrataic portion. We will now learn
Reading Bonds rose , Illino~is Special ; who ar th friends of Gen. Taylor, and
Nor. and Worces'er; East Boston 3per ., -
cet Sonigo ; andHaJlem who are willing to see "him run as the PE~o-
The importations, since the 1st of Aug., PrES's'CANDIDATE, aid" who wish him to


are valued at over two millions of dollars, make pledges and array himself on the side
and, from present appearances, yet bid fair of party. The time has cnme for showing
to be very large. This fact has b-een one i '
cau," of the advance in sterling bills to 1061 of hands. We go for him as the Peoples'
pr. cent. Candidate. Who is with us, and who
We are glad to see a sensitiveness on the against 'us? Weshall look with confidence
part of the public to look ahead. Money is to the decision of-the People-we 'know
quite as ab-undant, and n little more so, that) ,w A f t h I, 8:
is desirable; and it is well to piuse, and e w As o t
checkthe growing disposition there is to office-holders and office-seekers, we trust:
contract debls. Merchants will do well not they they may be arrayed against Old Zach.
to be too anxious to sell goods, and to limit He has no use for them. They delight in
instead of extending their credits. Baltimore Conventions-and Kane letters-
From present appearances (Gov~ernment I ,iI
are to be the great borrowers; there is no pledges that have a double aspect, and pro-
prospect that the eipendituresa're to dimin- mises that are intended to be as pie crust-
ish. Treasury notes are falling, with evry easily broken. ThePeople are willing to
apparent prospect that they willgo, lower. trustheir affairs in the hands of a man
No PEACE!--The correspondent of the who has ever been found capable and hon-
Charleston Courier, under date of the 13th est, and who possesses that crowning virtue,
Aug., at Washington, gives the following that in the midst of the turmoil and strife
discouraging news :-
"A letter has been received here from If the last forty years he has been diligently
Mr. Bankhead, the British Minister in doing his duty, and has escaped the calam-
Mexico, of a date as recent as any authentic ity of becoming a politician.
advices from that quarter, and the contents
of it go to settle all questions as to the NEGRO HOUSE KEEPERS.
probabilities of a speedy peace. He says The City Council, moved by the univer-
that, in conformity with the injunctions of sal sentiment of the people, at their
his Government, he had used the greatest ef-
forts to promote a restoration of peace be- meeting on Wednesday night, took up the
tween Mexico and the United States; that subject and discussed the propriety of so al-
he had met with no success and did not tering the present Ordinance, as to prohibit
believe the object to be obtainable; and that any negro living on a lot to himself.
the dissensions existing among the Mexi-
cans have tender to increase the obstacles We learn that some of the Council were
which we have encountered." in favor of postponing the operation of the


law until next year, so as to give the Coun- ELECTION RETURNS-CONGRBBS, ,
ci-i,0 be elected, an opportunity to express North Car01ina has elected 6, Wbigs and "
,an opinton upo (bthe subject. We see no :3 Deimocrats-lut y tW. 6 DeiniiCts and .
necessity for an, y such undue caution. The '3 AtWrik Whig galad Sf -o, .*.-' ; ', .<
people loudly call for the passage of the.1 ,Ind' DN Iatss3-Wi,
law. The Council are bound to respond ^ ^n1 ,;:., IS^ ""S.r '' .
the call at once, and not to put the respon- -. Ke tvy-6-.W g 4. "D i ,--^ .
sibilitv upon another Council. If the des- Democratic gain 1. ... .^*. .
sign in procuring the delay, is 'to enable Alabama-.5 DemocratsuW ihi -MWlig ":
absentees to return and vote upon lhe ques- g in" -" "' '" "_
lion, we hope no postponement will take Tennessee no ret. u rns.-. ; ..''
place. The summer residents are the ones The-vote-in -pngress now standlis.t: ",
whose safety and comfort depends upon the Whigs elected beforfr-August, \ "'. 89 "
passage of the law-those who make the since,.. =..",' 2 t
ciy a resting place in winter care but ; *
-little about it. L et the law be passed, and TA be e etd n s g .i, m
*f .,1 1 To be elcked, lid suire'Whig., knskm _
if the new council choose to repeal it let as lastI Congti*s--Rhodbil-lld 1,'i F'
them do so. We have no fears that"any Louisiana 1, Marl%`43 ,, ine "
Council ever can be elected that will ad- Toial -- *''
vocate its repeal. If the pressant meeting ** '. -. '
have any doubts about the wishes'of the =: *"1
people upon the subject, a public meeting The entire vote in CongAeSs is 2218
can be called and their setinimeuts ascertain- So that the Whigs now have a. majo"':y e '."^
ed. If the members of the Council are FOUR. A
satisfied that the law is necessary. and they There is a chance forl Whigin lowa.,I in .
do not know that the people are opposed to Tenhessee, I in Maryland and J'rin Indiana.. ,
its passage, it is their duty to go ahead and In 'Mississippi and LouisiAna some'`'f the
not dodge, the responsibility, by putting it censurers of Gen.' TayMiaare candidates, .
upon another Conncil to take half of it on and it is to be hoped tkey.-_;a;, be beatenZ--`""
(heir shoulder. Such a law exists in other and it so,- therewill be more Whiggains.- ./
Southern Cities, a sinmitar Ordinance has In Tennessee_ the Whig a' c'ibr-f^
been lately passed in Mobile --the papers Governor, N. S. Brown, is elecied'by neari-
of which city complain that the samecausts 3000-maj->over the' present incumhbent;/t..-l.
exist there that have produced the desire V. Brown," being:4 a'Whig gain & 445sW
for similar action here. votes since 1844'." The Whigs h-a4a ma, -_rrm
jority in iheL-egiltatm e. -
THE" LIVE OAK"--MES3RS. WESTCQTT" Iu hdiana the Whigs have,.aoI,*rit-/
AND YU EE. __ in, ie .L legislature. : -
In noticing the 5e^ntinel's appeal to theo. Itrk A e i *c l.... "-
Erditor of the Liv" Oak.- to support his as- Z ov[n o A s el De o o
Gov-ernor is electedi, by 7030'rra, -a -Legis- "
sertions relative to the manner of Mr. West- d "c e <'" ^-';" '"
lati(re Democraticjby reduced mairtkS. ,?
cott's election as Senator, we inadvertantly T .u T d ."'..- .-)-
coupled the name 'of Mr. Y1lee in the TeHE NE.EDL.-The 1 nre'dFu4::app
charge. In so doing we unintentionally I he 0ong towards Mexie"rT* u'a- "
misrepresented the Editor of the Lime Oak, tiy" The Philadelphia Gazelle inrA-me-
for which he has taken us to task, as he had rica6 states that 6tn Saturday two mtllws of .^,
an undoubted right to do, though not in so peze-passed over the Harrisburg railroad T;
on its way. to- Mexfcoq, via New, Oriena( -LS
courteous a manneras we would have wished, This, wtfv mt o ns previoul N w ar"ean.i
considering t*be nature of the editorial inter- This, with five 'millions previously flrwardsn'.
course which we-desired to preserve towards ed, makes seven millons of dollars recent I
a paper whose first essays led us to expect sent fom the North. .
a different mode'of pointing out an error.-.- The N. Y. Tribune sa.ys ..W.e -ated
We can easily account for the error into o Thursday, that ihe'Sub Treasttrerwfould
which we were betrayed. There is no man soon remit $3,000,00 mi s p ei to the
in the State, Whig or Democrat, that has South. We now learn tba a portionofthe
forgotten the joggle practiced by the first 3,000,000 has already goneand ibat there
State Convention, in nominating David still remains'in the-vaus-aofthe-monster
.-$4,2-50,000 in c0lo. The-irtm06red -.}rrane
Levy for the House of Representatives, for I .-
the purpose of making the ticket stronger, ment:,wiih the Rothschil s14 .has-an-crii-'. ;
through the influence which a mistaken es-, summated, and-. thaIm ue .. st: gred t
timate of his character and abilities had PlaceA certain amount of AI)eci in-Mvxjvo,
obtained for. him, whilst it was distinctly for th-0use of thearmy. to 1e ,-'i r,|
understood and stipulated at the time that here, The amount can he iJrn,-asi il n e- _,
if there should be a Democratic majority cessary. This is avery fa-1. al ',,-A n,e.-A r, e
in the first State Legislature, that Mr. Levy meant for both parties, an6d *wl(ll ,tbvire fhe ,
should resign his seat in the House of, expense necessity nof moving Che- -uin."' ";
Representatives, and become a candidate- [For the Coiiinerc'uAhidvertiser. .
fet the Senate. This intrigue was exposed MR. EDIMTOR :--'(U have..t t heard of the- .
at the time by the Whig Press-and5 Mr. Siamese twi;s? As wonderFW'a fte-,7f nature'-:
Levy, with contemptible duplicity, published as this was, we have a e.iBt..,r inmunrcity.
an address to the People, wherein he'gave The first was a mere ,IrI.,_-! lL ,.r, th Ihti ''
many foolish reasons for desiring To6become is a uine mimt ad e, ^ uwf <'"" -,
zens. Phi)30opiy wilt ] here hui- ,;,,ed; lor -''""
Senator, which contained in themselves.^ .-.et is-.this singular cn n'ccti .-that'-61
ample evidence of his total unfitness for thoughts of the one- are ev-ven,..-.e4 le other ?
the office. His career has demonstrated andwhatever impressions are n,-de on-e one ,d --
the -correctiness of his own estimate of his is instantly conveyed to the utherI-%\4Jb0< aie .....
qualifications. He professed to meet the strong party menand on opposite side, I erer.
charge of bargain and intrigue, but he de- nver known tor differ on any subjecl-..c! :. ...
ceitfully evaded it, and-with the cunning swers 2cho! B'-'\ "' .
which marks his character, den i ed thathe Qt6I"'-x .AsmPiLLov. By. the.news .
was any parly to such an'arrangement--he from ihe seat oDf-wa'r,-it ap~pears'tfhat a ,liffi. '
did nor deny that his unders'trappers, the cuhyv has. arisen on the~score ofrarnk be- -
,.~ r ,/, .' ween, so"me of the officers. ]t 4s" 6rider-
wire-pullers in the Convention, were parties stodhere that when Geon.Piltow :rejo-ined .'Y
to the eontra'ct, and that he ,knew of its.ex- Scott's command, hme lai'wed o'rank Gen. .^:
istenee. Qui .facit per allure f!acit per se. Quitman. because he had .been;.inrst~to as-
Mr. Levy winked at- the transaction---and sume his command of Major.General, and
what did his after'conduct, prove ? What tha he furth r cl1imd -h *.. nan ... ,-)
/, . the right wing-o'f the am "inmTprefe.Fen<-e,
else can be inferredl from his resignation of to Gen. Worth;because' he ouiranked t~hat -
hisseat in ihe House of Representatives and gallant ^and e~xperieaced officer! It is~ten-
acceptanceeof the fTost of Senator, but dzat rl peitdhatreehsbenaa-
he was art and part" in the -whole fi-aud.ruh icifpnorfre tie, JGen. PillOw, b is: :blunde"g, has
by means of which th~e favor with which The- -a *0 is taker *rotie"Bltior
the P-eople .had viewed him, was used to Pariot and ie stierne.t~s true* *. ;
deceive _and fool t-hem out of their votes. Plow, n obseue- o -h e demgoue
Th ma wbi fin enoyn th fruits of Tennessee, whose total ignorance of roll-
of a crime, is in all codes of ethics consid- ,, .. '-
.i.tary matters has made him the laugehing
ered the accom police of the -crim inal sto .ck o th.. o o r. is ec n ,;" co m m and
.With such facts before us, and with such to Gen;. Scott,- and will supersede IbeX!- .
.conclusions in our. owno mind, drawn from lan and accompilished Worth -in th-c eum-


such premises, when we sat down to speak ..mandof the right -wing-- of the m. an'd-4
of the origin of the election of James D. should any-accident befa-I Gen. .Scot, the
Vrestcott to the Senate, we naturally supreme command of the ArinYlwiD Aevolve
enough linked with him his partner and upon thisworthless officer. "-Ue tot.I r.--i .
co-adjfitor in the fraud, which has been of ability, of common sense, in the' Ao^.ia- /
practiced upon the People, and wihhotu istration, is''here exhibited in glaring coIrs.
havingthe article of the Live Oark before 'it'is htard to credit such f6y.. su4ch mad- \
us, we spoke as if the Editor of thai "paper, ness,,on. the part of Mr. Polk. 'Trdiy will
when he look,-up the cudgel, had dealt b/is the people who hae.stwed'to the wind reap "
blows without favor, to both of the delin- the whirlwind-:-bitterly will they e: thebi
quent Senators. Suchrwe have no doubt day that pIlaced men in, power, 'who .thus
would 'have been his course, had he pos- madly-perillhe honor of the country,,and
sessed the information which we here give h^esafety of that gallant band by ihe iroipo-"-
to all who,.did not hitherto possess it. The wiI'o ot such a leaderIas Gen. Pillow. :o
facts are matters -of history. They cannot .* fSavannah ]bro6acn.
be denied. Many staunch Democrats- / .. .. '-:.
men who have ever been and still are true CAPTURE OF A S-IAVER-':WITH B X O.E .
i ,, ,/rTHAN"FIVE HUNDRED SLAVES-ONF BOARD.- .>
to Their partY7-have openly denounced Mr. HCapin Clarkson; of the ship Woo0dside,
Levy's conduct in the premises--wand if he from Canton,learned at.-4i Heleena, thaUb
will resign his-seat and come before the H. B. M. brig Waterwitch,on'thel2lhof
People aeain for office, we guarantee that June Iasi,T00 miles W. S. W. 'from Ain-
kie,,captured an American built brig, bay-
he will receive his political condemnationig"B tho rlad"atd-nago-:
,,. .., ,.ing 'Bantha, of Portland," painiied -in largoA
at their bands. We say that he fills hisS white letters on her stearm,._ No cdolrs or,
seat against the will of the People-that papers on board.. On the tg slate was-
they never desired his election to the Senate. written Captain Forsyth. TTie crew were -P
LET HIM RESIGN AND TEST THE TRUTH OF all Brazilians, She had-.on board; 508 live ^
E .. I A S and two dead slaves. She wnp -sevt to'
OUR ASSERTION IF HE DARE. Justice to him- Sierra Leone-for adjudication. The']"Ban- .
self, and justice to his character as Senator tha was 8 days out ro, the ost, between
from Florida, demands that he should do $g. Congo river and AmbuselitT 4


q


II


I


IF





























































































































































Panacea.
H OUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


MiR-Im I ITELLIG ENCidi.


___


__ _n __ ___


s _T __I_


my own bed-chamber, and if that displeases
her I start for the continent." The story
cominues that the Queen, alarmed at the
message, started forthwith for Clermount,
and that the entente cordiale was re-estab-
lished. In allusion to the little incident,
'Prince Albert gets the credit at the French
court of being worth "half a crown a day,
and a sovereign at night."

SHORT PATENT SERMON.
Dow, Jr., [he sermonizer of the N. Y.
Sunday Murcury, in preaching from the
text, "we are all growing as the years roll
on," has the following:
"My hearers-truly has it been said that
you spring up like aspara-grasses, jump
about like hopper-grasses, and lie down
and die like jackasses. You commence
blowing yourselves up with wind almost as
soon as you begin to run; and in propor-
tion as the inflation increase, yoo feel and
boast of your bigness and importance; but
how often does it happen that just as you
are gathering more to exclaim, 'See how
great and mighty I have grown,' the blad-
der bursts, and you go t'other end over
head into an extremely foggy unknownity.
Grow, grow, growing, is the order of ex-
istence. Children growing ragged, raw-
boned and saucy-ministers of the gospel
try to make men grow religious and
moral, and they grow just as it happens,
notwithstanding-men in place and power
grow corrupt-women grow any way, as
fancy or fiashon happens,, to strike them-
and as for me, I am growing old, pious
and particular; but as my old friend Win-
chel would-say, I have seen the time when
1 was just as good as 1 ever was. Morality
grows mouldy for 'want of care-virtue
grows precious on account of its scarcity
-vice grows abundant for want of a
check-and the Whole would grows weedy
for want of cultivation. You are growing,
morally speaking, the wrong way, like the
feathers on a phizzle pig ; but heaven grant
that the time may soon (ome, when you
will grow in grace, righteousness, piety, and
brotherly and sisterly love, like drooping
squash vines after a reviving shower. So
mote it be!"

CAPTAIN Jo.-Durinp Doniphan's march
from El Passo to Chihuahua, the black
servants of the different officers of the regi-
ment formed themselves into a company.
There were twelve of them, of which num-
ber eleven wore officers and one high private.
Jo--,serventto Lieut. D-- was elec-
ted captain. He was the blackest of the
crowd, and sported a large black feather
with a small black hat-also a large sabre
with an intensely bright hilt-which same
sabre was eternally getting involved in the
intricaite windings of' his low legs. W ith
Jo (or cal)aitn they were a formidlahle body,
aud to heair ihon talk, they would do won-
ders! During the battle of Sacramento,
however, the company were not to be seen,
but after the baitle was ,over, they were
espied breaking nut f, the i llte waouns and
joining in the p:irsliii.. 'u;,It evening one
of ouxr officers ,i.' dJo ;i!xnit, his com-
pany.
"W ell, Jo. 1 ,'i- voi~r mern were hid
behind the vvw .,;i s. : L e t-2hi ?2 "
Lientenamn. i 's, t.(- rrrv s.,irv to say it
aITm de irlf! I ,'! i, 1rk',!i':n,--- '[ c lI(' i on
,Ip p ulf-ril! t! ")" . .. .-. ,t.'ir( hy
,ill dey hold m,-st ileaih i, l, i world ann de
nex, but it was no go; dey wuuld git on the
wrong side of de wagons."
And what did you do there?"
"I stood dar getting' cooler, and de firing
kept gittin' hotter, and at last de connon
balls cum so ormighty fass, I thought de
best ling dis nigga could do, war to git be-
hind do wagons heself !"

MARRIAGE EXTRAORDINARY.-In Kings-
ton, N. H. Col. William Webster, aged64,
to Miss Martha Winslow, aged 19. By the
above union, the bridegroom has married
his sister's granddtaughter, which makes the
bride a wife to her great uncle, sister to her
grandfather and grandmother, aunt to her
father and mother, and great aunt to her
broi hers and sisters. She is stepmother to
five children, I'urneen grandchildren/, and
one great-arrand-chihl.


THE NEW-YORA
SCIFENTIFIC, A-1ERICA .

Third Year.
This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour-
nal, (which has already attained the largest cir-
culation of any weekly paper of tbe kindirfr the
.world,) will commence its THIRD' VOLUME t
on Saturday, Sept. 25th,
Each number of The Scientific American con-
tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-
CHANICAL ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue of
AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
Patent Office.each week; notices of: the progress
of all new MECtIANICAL and SCIENTIFIC .-
inventions; .instructions i .thie arious .ARTS'
and TRADES, with ENGAA.iN.S; curious
PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL exiperi-
ments; the latest RAIL kO'AI, IN'TELLI'-
GENCE IN EUROPE AND AMtZRICA, all'
the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS '
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED. with
more than A HUNDRED ENG.RAVIN"S &c. "
&c, -
It is in fact a paper that MERITS the paIro-
nage of all MECHANICS ahjd. iArU.UAC-
TURERS throughout the UNITED_ "STATES,
and should be in the hands of 'EVERY ONE- "
that feels an interest in the advarncem, ent .o. Q *
Mechanical or Scientific improvements inlhisa
Country. ..". 1 "1.-1 ;-,.-
It is published in QUARTO FOR1 cnve-- .
niently adapted to BLNDING, and furnishedihto-',
Country Subscribers at-the LOW..-PRICE' ofr..
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR.,
IN ADVANCE, and the relifainder in Six "
Months. Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers,
128 Fulton-street, New-York. -
POST PAID. "- >
THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN;.
IN announcing the fact that the undersignedi
have associated themselves together in the Edito-
rial Department of *" THE SAVANN*H.GEOR;-
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to I hb pat-
rons of that paper, and to the public- genieally -^*
that arrangements have already been made for i-t
material improvement in outward appearance,
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its character as a commercial paptr, ;t1M
to fill its columns with interesting and -profitable
matter. We keel most sensibly that-to render the.
Savannah Georgian such a paper, the growing-
interests and population of ou? t6 and City re-
quire, a diversity of lqbor must be expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.--
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to'
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon 'which the.
Democratic party has planted itself, believing.
these principles to be essential to the perpetuity.
of our national freedom and the advaneemnent of;
our national welfare, we shall studiously at6id-
all rude collisions with views and -opinions an _%- I
tagonistic to our own. To render our paper tbei'--
firm but dispassionate exponent of democratic
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle of amusing and,
instructive thoughto:upon all proper subjects,,
whether of science, literature, or general infor-
mation,-in a word,''-o make it a welcome visitor
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, Ihe
student and the farmfe'r shall be our conslftnt en-;
deavor; and if, in addition to this,,we shall
be enabled by extending our circulation through
the interior, to strengthen the, ties which 6i4:
our beloved S.ate and City together, and -to.
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel- .
ing so essential to-the prosperity of-both, we shall- :-
find our labors amply repaid. .
To enable us to continue our present connec--
tion, however, and to do all that we wouldf-;wish '
to do in the way of improving ,, Tlie Georgian;"
we must look for an increased support from the
public ; such we now solicit and confidently ,ex-
pect. WM. H. BULLOcH;M -
HENRY R. JACKSON.
TERMS: '" .
THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in.
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNU., pay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
LARS FOR SIx MONTHS..
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, 'for the
Country, is published to meet the arrangement.
of the mails, three times a week,, (Tuiesday-
Thursday and Saturday,) at the Office of thee-
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intiel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-
neous, including new Adviertisements published!
in the Daily Paper. -,
THIS PAPER is sent to all parts of the State:
and Union, or delivered in the city, at FIVE-
DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL-
LARS for six months. -:
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published
every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS"
per annum--all payable in advance.. "
August 14, 1847. ./. -S" "..
Apalaehieola Exchange..
nn THE subscriber informs his friends'.
and the public in, general. that he has be-
JJIBcome the Proprietor of this above well
known house, and will be pleased -to entertain'
any of the travelling (**mn-iunity that may 'favor.
him with their cust-om,:-a_"d will algo accommo-.
date resident bearder?." 'The bar will always be..?
supplied with genuine liquors, of the choicest
quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.
-Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1846. -. "
SANS SOUCI HOTEL. ,
THE subscribers respectfully-inform .their "
friends, and the public generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are


now ready to rec6ive-boarders, and hope through
proper attention to receive a share ofzpatronage.
The Bar will be well furnished' with' choice
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant--
will be well supplied with, Game, Fish and Oys-
ters, of the best quality in season :
JAMES (GIBSON & C'0,O
J u n e 2 2 1 8 4 7 2:-'* .- -
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish for rerreshments
in their rooms can be accommodated 'at short
notice.


~_IC____ __


A CARD.
T HE subscriber begs leave to inform the cifi-
-zens of Apalachicola, and those 'of beneigh-
boring country, that he has established a press in -
this city for the purpose of printing'music, com-
posed and arranged for the -Piano Forte, as well
as for other instruments. He inifends -to, keep
constantly on-rhad a seleclion of- the mostfash-
ionable pieces, 4a6d his.ptrjces per copy, shall be
moderate, to suit. the time,;; he also ofiers:,for
sale, Piano Forteesof the'most approved make ;
he is prepared to repair ind tune Pianos, and put
them in perfect order; he ial~o begs leaveto say,
that he i1 ready to give instruction on the Piano,
Violin, Flute, Guitar-and all ihe differen't'Brass
Instruments, such as Bugle, Cornopeon, Saxhorn,
Trombone, &c., and offers to teach his pupils at
their residence. Those wishing- to obtain his
services, will find him at all times (except ,when
on a visit professionally) in his music roof" at the
Jdthtvneum, Commerce street.
Orders for Music or Instruments will meet Withb
prompt attention. H. BFRNREUTER, '
Professor of Musie.
Apalachicola, July 10, 1847. "26,-tf .

/- F the best quality, for summer use, for salo
- by [julyl7] J, C, ALLEN.


DR. L. FEUCHTWANGER'S
Rat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison.
T H[S very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 14 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


'LOK AT THIS !--TIe _Tover.rnment Re-
f eeipts;forihe quarter evding the .:,Olh of
SJune, including l5,42,901) received fror
Loans, w,is but .(-20,405.030. ITheI Expen-
., -diwr.es in same rime %ere 5-?*2,6429.00. If
S" we..ateitIli as we should.-- the lion as a- debt
yet W be'provid-ed for, % e have :
.. K. eeeipta. ; ..... .. .. ... .. .... <'21.-It.1;i S-ii~
;, r tOr -L drdu.-fed. ..... .......... I2.2-2,9.0

A cid' l "R .'cei't ,.. ............. 2, i..il
"Expne,,'itufes in -. time lini,... ..22,475,505
D PFiciem cv in ,-.np ,4,1arner ....... ... R 1-I.:-11.,.:-5,i
-. T his i tnnly he e.,,*i,.i-i,:elnent of the be-
... .iurit .. 9.0fl 1 .11-11-l ,lo the above expendi-
'riires are said it) hline bten for the Army Ind
S, '.Navy alone. If to tlhe aboiv we add th'e
i, future expenditures for a vigorous prose-
-'- culion of (he war, large UnadjisIed claims to
; be paid, the immense pension list- which
" l'1 1-gralitudle in ,allant soldiers will entail, and
S the .$10.00.1F)0 proposed to be appropriated
'-' lo "-conquf.r I)eice" Iby treaty, it wini require
all the financial talents of the Secretary of
tlie Treasury to estimate and provide for
;' the demands ou it.
.: / .... [Charleston Mrercury.
S^t'orresipondelice of the Journal of Commerce.
..- WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.
Mr. J. Q. Adanms,:in one od his speeches
on the annexation of .Texas, said that it
woildl he siezeI upon by Enaland. as a
|)retext for annexing Cuba to- her dominions.
,/ The course of events seems -to- indicate
that there will arise a strong influence in
Great Brii;iin in Civor.of such a measure.
..... 'Jlh imp tr ivv not vet have arrived inwhich
it ntivy be Ie,'nied expedient; but, as F'ord
"Palmersion intim gied, fhe'timemay arrive,
when 'Ie Hii.ih Governmei-t wifl, in-this
in nner. in-lemniiV -British si,,Ijec s for
tlhirilosses'0 in 'SpOni"h loans,, and', at tlKe
sa.rne time. perhaps, seek redress from ttbe
i: U iii,'.l Si- es .ie ,n th'e sam e account'; Fo'r
I- ; re I1 L',iii IIn (,) take' possession of't l'b~a,
:3 ,,,ll.I, n,) ,I,-,nlit. pro'duce a war wi'%h ilhe
-d- Uited S ,-.- without bringing in the
O f ih 1 1- ".r. ,,tin,..,n ',,,, ,,,lvidual States, T he Gov-
Ri ..iryient of the Up.iie,. States took occa-
-- -ion.i, some time stgo, to notify that of
Gre-'l Brit-in that 0h), .,l,,i-.i'ionl of Cuba
A- '-).by r _,wo1ld' not- l- uillli,.ly permitted
':" Iy Iel U~niteI e S' tae.
": .T li l,,ve~ lloli-rs ,,f _',,',,' ha-ve also, in
.'1 ?., "m i,' ll,|>nlon of the.,[i'i !,hl transfer of the
-. *, island to (-/ at Britairi, sigtified to oIwr
....... n.. iGv n ,rrlt a- wish to bring tile island un-
d-- -r lihe |iii.- ii (i, o'f the U united Silaes.
7,,The annexation of Texns, while it increases
:,>the pawe'r of the, slave-holding interests in
:+the ..Uniited, States,--also increases (,he ne-
coe.,ii\ ol l.,tecting that interest from the
:' lyo ,i ;,lj'o I, htof the British policy, power

I"1e ,1te-., and increasing love of terri-
t-i,: .,i ,l ,,iui, .,,1 ;Ind m military renow n so
iil ..... in I~ ,III U nite(l States, will seek
*_ l~i 1 6, i, 1 1",,1i I'11-:, and upon the
e,,<- .,i |ii,',-\i. i, a -war with E ngland.
'h ..-.Xh .",l ,",\Ii 'Ali ,' ,, is a preparatory m measure


{^ h'-P ,,-" ,, ,n ll rr 0 -I'.lr.,I li I, ordered
.. l l, Ilati,-, 591, which a; iliro ized P ost-
1"'i- i-,,I,,e' -,e r.ec ive subscriptions to newspa-
p-,. ;Ind dr:,' ,i[,,n lhe Post Office-where
I lie ,,| r w.,-4 I~ tilili-h,:,, to be discontined.
iT -)li"(]'OMMITrLIS)I.IOne of our ex-
I li,.,i ii'es Il,, I';,ll,,wing illustrations of
:... i- ,^i. I t:,'l ,i.~-le i ,: ii,, rom m ittalisin of M r.
S Van, lIi,'n li i> i,,,, '.iood to he lost, for'
,.'y -. ,.re ; -A ,, ;,. ,,,.ll as dexterity in the

t : - r,-.riv : .' : ; .
:- Fmr '^,ih,,i;mon were one day ,lispnt-
:* < i,, ,,1 Pe n,;sylvania A ,.nfie,. (W ashingtoiq)
asV the proper pronunciation of the word
S,,tI: Iwo- pronounced itrone way and two
.j --.I.Ii i hel'.. W while arguing the point they
.-**^.'-pie.td Mr. Van Buren, then President of
+ lthe United States. appr,,'i ehii,. ;and 'they
,,* h o.,1 Iv.,vr, the question Ino him. M r.
V~ In,,nen'on beiii2 -anplied to, required
li,,w IIn--^ *q ', ,11l\ d i\ idl ,I. 'W ilh o u t.a! m o ern e n 's -e~s- -
II ,Iiin .,il I),i'lin^ on arl)pc~nli'ar stn-ile, ihle
:Pt.&sifent. rep~lied, n,) ,natiter gentlemen" how
". V'fi l"IIl,,liiaiiiicr lhe ./to)'nf ;- of ihie n iit-'l Il;' and! l iD'vri most cOur ^-
'* leonslv, |)is', on hisway." ,=

N~ L.-"Tlhe U. S. Schooner OnAahyee,
S.- Lieut. B'e,'i \ ia~n,-comd'g, arrived here from
:>: Key \VPSI on t,he.:12th instant, after a l)aS-
.... sa._,e of Ihiree days. She brougl-t, as a
-' <: |)a-nsoiierP, hn,, HonOr, .1 Il~le Macrea, wh~o,
wJ"" e uinlersi~anl. is'on his way'to Ta,,I,,..
"l'.li), UniipI 8tate? Steam Frigate M issis-
"; s?//.' S 'i rip; 5 ,: llie .- t uni~ lio n inrth e G u lf. arrived
.. in this -por-t on,1 Satfirday morning last and
=ca'he to a,)ch;,ir off-the Naval Hospital. Up
... 'n ilhis tiine tie have not been able to learn
{7.; that she lhriues; any. news, -and little, if' any,
:: >-7:; coinmunric;hioin,has been. allowed with the

















































































































r-" .' shiip' R,,,or SaVMsshe bring.s the invalids
... :" -of lIhe S,:u'dron." Tq he latest, report is the!t
,...J- "most of i hem are alreandy convalecent. We
hear ol no vomnIto on hoad.r,.


[Pensacola Live Oak.
*-f?* W&-find' in th'e .i;l,,na [ntelligen-
rer the following article, which is quoted
-Z4.fr-,n the leading Democratic paper in Ken-
lucky :
"-" :- "" \ lg hl',I thought that Republicans, who
repudi-.tfed 'and abhorred connexion of
:-Church nInd State, would have no very pro
l'ound respect' for what are called God's
le,,pll es, which are, in fact. but State esta-
7" .,blish'nents, supported by politicians for se:-
66ctlar purposes, and-of which the State
c!, imT the' property.
-, "We have yet to learn that intelligent
Catholics of this country have any particu-
-*-, lar sympathy for such establishments, how-
+,,. ever'well they, may think of the religious
doctrines taught tn them, or of the purity
'". -f" individuals connected with them. If
; the --have, we are free to confess we have
,: U Hot. We are'of opinion that God has very
. *'little to do .with such establishments."
,[Louisville Democrat.
GRrAT RUSH FOR BANK STOCK.--The
: 'oks f'or the stock for the Iron Bank, gran-
t : ..ed by the -last legislature of neoiic ut,
'- i .io he located near the north-west corner of
that State, were opened on the 3d instant at
New Haven, and in a few -hours, stock a-
i < mmtnting to about 8200,000 was subscribed
i ;'' .fr, when only 8 100,0m,0 was required; and
it is said.-.that .$301-1,0011 would- have been
subscribed had permission been given.
0.': :


To the Voters of Franlklin.
Having been solicited by many of the citizens
of this County, to become a candidate before the
People for the office of Senator, in the next Gen-
eral Assembly, and being willing to serve in that
capacity, I now present myself before you for
election to that post, if you shall see fit to bestow
it upon me.
Having oftentimes expressed my decided con-
viction that caucuses and conventions are con-
trary to the true spirit of our institutions, it is
not surprising that I have preferred to come before
you as a candidate in the old Republican fashion,
such as was used in the early days of our govern-
ment.
I hold it to be the privilege of every freeman
to become a candidate for the suffrages of his
fellow-citizens. If the People desire my election,
I shall know it by the result of the canvass-if
they elect me their desire to make use of my
services will thereby be manifested more certainly
than by means of an election brought about by
the influence and management of a caucus. If I
do not receive a majority of the votes polled, I
shall learn that the will of the People has not
seconded my wishes, and I shall bow in quiet
submission to your decision,


MR. SEC-RF.TARY W\VALKR.-lThe Loeo
foop press have often, with great self satis-
faction, lauded in high terms the "'. tl
financial ability and business tact of.trne
Mississippi Repudiatof. We do nlt like to
disturb their e'quanimity,_5ut the shallow
pretentions of Mr. Walker have been so
abundantly IoL.'i -4.i-q,-d since his accession to
,the head 'of th'. ic ,s'Fisury, tha't-we cannot
-refrain from exposing the gentleman's un-
+fitness for his positr.,n. At ihecommence-
t-tnent of the last sis-iii of Congress, the
Secretary, in making its estimates of the
revenue from customs for the. fiscal year
ending June, 1847, -stared the amount
at $28,000,000. Now six months of the
year' had expired, and he had before him
the returns of the first half of the year; yet
he was unable to come within near $5,000,-
000, of the result from customs in six
months.
The following are the receipts for the
year ending June 31st, 1847:
Quarter ending Sept. 30, 1846;.......... $6,153,826
-4c Dec. 31,........ ....... 3,645,965
'" March 31, 1847,........ 6,300,000
,, June 30,............... 7,200,000

Total,...................... .$22,299,791
A fallihgoff from the Secretary's estimate
in six months of $4,700,209. We hope our
Democratic friends will cease their adula-
tions-otf thisskilfhl financier, wh'o cannot
guess" within $9,400,4i8 of 1he problem re-
ceipts from a Tariff bill of his own concoc-
tion.-[Savannah Republican.
0'7 When you hear a Democrat say Gen.
Taylor advised the removal of our troops
from,Cort):us Chrisli to the Rio Grande,
show'him theifollowing from the President's
message:
X-A portion of the army was ordered to
advance into Texas. Corpus Christi was
the position -selected by General Taylor.
He encamped at that place August, 1845,
and the army remained in that position until
the l]th d:iy of March, 1846-, when it moved
westward, and n the 28th of that month
reached the eash bank of the Rio Grand, op-
posit to NMatamoros. This movement was
mnade.in pursiance of orders .,from the Mar
Depgarl,,, 1,1, issued on the 13lh of JAn. 1846."

NtrvEh i DKSPobND.--There are a areat
number of anecdotes and examples which
peo,)le cite when they would rally th hearts
ond spiritss of another -against the assaults
of' despondency and despair.- But of all
'that we have heard in Our time, we know
-of none coinparable 'to the following :
"When nv frst wife was nursing me
in an attack of lyhus fever, I thought all
was over; hut bless your heart, I've had
seven wives since that. Never despair."
"4 Why, how did so mnany of them hap-
pen-to die ?"
"I'll. tell you-I never contradicted them
-at all; and if" a wife- is neve-r contradicted,
she cannot live very long. Its- essential to
a woman to be contradicled. But my pres-
ent old woman, she's of some use. want
her to last-a good while; so I contrive to
raise a quarrel with her half a dozen times
a dtvy; and you see how hearty she looks."
This is a secret-of maternal interest to
the married world, and may furnish hints
to husbands, who, when they wouhl be tid
of their wives, endeavor' to worry them out
'by trials of the temper. It will he observ-
ed, however, that this method of tremn(rni
never answers the purpose. The vitality of
the patient is ratherincreased than diminish-
ed by it -kindness and acquiescence are the
deadly remedies: for Simpkins thus assures
us that seven 6f his wives fell early victims
to rion-contradictions, while the eighth stir-
vivep aind flourishes under the gentle exer-
cise of sqnabbling every day.,

Hl1CHIN6' THE, CURSED THING.--We
.have seen a good many funny stories about
railroads, but none that surpasses- the fol-
lowing, which-we clip from a New Hamp-
shire paper.--
It ;ipmr n liz!i the writer was traveling on
|iI,. Nfw 1 ,1 H,-.itfd oHarfird Railroad, and
ti,.ir ih,. ir,,, ,*opp.d at _rid e- to wood_
up,.whehb ai' fidtgitty .entlernan. who was
-.prwhally f,)r the first time in his life in a
ratilr-oad cair, and who held on to his seat
with I,,-iii i, ,nds, from the mornern thip nars
left-.H ,rilf,,,l, Iookiing as though he expect-
ed .evmry moment to he shook out of the
window, suddenly stepped out on the plat-
form, and too-l,a rapid look at. the locomo-
tive.-
Anything the master ?" inquired a wag.
who had greatly enjoyed the countryman's
|peli il 11-,l.il ion.
".AnytlhinglIhe meter? I should think
there was something, the matter, if you ever
noticed it! Why, they've stopped right in
the middle of the road. and hain't hitched
thftcuss+'d thin 'Spose it should start?
hey.? I guess-some of us'ud be in the king-
dom. come, afor night."
A LOVERs VtKNGEANcE.--TheBalhimore
Su-n tells the following aneedote-of summary
vengence on the part of rejectedd lover, in


that city of monuments:--
We learn that a scene came off, yesterday,
in the western part of the city, which is
well calculated to illustrate the violence of
unrequited love, and the strange mode of
vengeance to which it will -turn for. relief.
A yoig man who had ,eel l;ihins his~ad-
,l' s...i c,> a lovely girl, received lhe "namil-
ten." and took it quite ungraciously; he
went home disconsolate, dwelt upon his
blizhid hopes, until, in a paroxism of
desp;iir.* he loaded a pistol, went down to
.the hose of his lady love, waited his op-
portutoty andi at the first chance which
presented itself, shot--her, lille (log.

THE QuErEN. AND HER SPOUSE.-A
French paper gives an illustration of do-
mestic manners at the English court. The
royal husband having staid longer at a fete
than fe was requested to do, found the door
of the apartment which he and his royal
spouse occupy, closed against him. He
calls-no answer. He begs-the same si-
lence. At last, impatient, he remounts his
carriage and drives to the castle of Cler
mount, (?) where he goes to bed and sleeps
the sleep of the just man. Awakening in the
morning, he has the Duke of Wellington
called to him, to whom he says:,, 1 )
Lord, I pray your Grace to go see the
Queen on my behalf, and say that I relish
these pleasantries very little. She is Queen,
I know it-and-1, in public, am but the least
of her subjects, but I claim to be King in


PROSPECTUS OF THE
,HORNBLOWE R,"
.A Daily Newspaper to be published in the City
of Apalachicola, devoted to Politics, Religion,
Agriculture, the Jrts and Sciences in general,
and Abstractions in particular.

The subscriber in assuming the Chair Editorial
of the Hornblower," would briefly announce to
the public the general principles upon which
his paper has been established.
We hold these truths to be self-evident-first,
that there is a right and a wrong side to every
thing, but that according to the morals of the age
the right and the wrong is a mere matter of
opinion.
Second-That honesty is the best policy-with
some few exceptions.
Third-That to be just and fear not," is an
obsolete maxim, long since exploded from the
code of morals.
Fourth-That every man should not only mind
his own business but assist his neighbors to at-
tend to theirs.
Fifth-That the world owes every man a living,
and those who won't support themselves should
be supported.
And finally-That the State of Florida is a
Great State, and we are a Great People.
The truth of the foregoing sentiments, we have
tested by a long experience, ard the public may
feel itself assured that with them to guide us we
will discharge the responsible duties which we
have voluntarily assumed with fearless indepen-
dence, for we not only believe in the Declara-
tion of Independence," but in' practical indepen-
dence ; and to maintain our masterly activity"
in this respect, we have secured the services of a
celebrated pugilist as Assistant Editor, who will
attend to the complaints of those who may ferl
themselves agrieved, without troubling the Prin-
cipal Editor on the subject. It being a standing
rule of this office, that any editorial of a pugilis-
tic character is to be considered as emanating,
ex-officio, from our Assistant, for which we hold
him responsible, and hope others will do it, as it
will prevent a second complaint ever being made
by the same person.
The Political character of the Hornblower <
willjlepend entirely upon circumstances, and as
these are beyond the control of the Editor, there
will necessarily be some variety in this depart-
ment. From our great experience in political
life we confidently, though with great modesty,
assure our friends that consistency will be found
among the least of our virtues, and that we will
not change our political sentiments oftener than
the times will warrant; the Editor, believing
however in the maxim, vox populi vox dei,"
will never be found in the minority ; such fac-
tions will always be denounced (though with be-
coming moderation) as hostile to one of the con-
servative features in our republican institutions.
In Politics, as in other matters, we will always
support the right until we find we aree wrong,
and this will constitute one of the peculiar fea-
tures of this paprr.
Upon the subject of Relizion our press shall
be strictly neutral; the Editor having no opin-
ion himself upou the. subject, will be particularly
careful not to attempt to convince those who may
o nnstle. differ with him as to Iheir e&r-r.
In reward to Agriculture, the public are in-
formpd that all fruits and- vegetables left at our
office, will receive ouf official and personal notice,
an,1 we would recommend our grocery merchants
and other retailers, saving lawyers and doctors, to
accompany their advertisements with a sample
of their respective wares.
In regard to local Matters, our support of the
present Town Council will 'depend very much
ipon where the printing goes ; we have no favors
to ask, but the public interest requires we should
depricate all monopolies.
We are utterly opposed (at present) to any al-
teration of our State laws,, except upon tihe sub-
ellt of Bstles; we think that a statute of limi-
tatio'ns should b passed to check the growing
evil ; at present it is of enormous magnitude.-
In national affairs we will support Gen. Taylor
for the Presidency, and consequently we will be
under the necessity, for the time being, to repu-
diate the ol'd fashioned proverb that it takes nine


W. G. M. DAVIS.


August 21.


APALACHI0OLA, Aug. 24,1847.
FelloW- Citizens of *Franklin County:
In reply to the public call made (in the Com-
mercial Advertiser of the 21st instant).,by Many
Citizens-that they are desirous of using my name
as a candidate for the State Senate at the ensuing
election-I have to say frankly to them, and to
all citizens of Franklin, that if such is the spon-
taineous desire of the voters and citizens of the
county, they' are at liberty to use my name for
that purpose. And if, at the October election,
it should be the,will of the majority of the voters
that I should serve them in that capacity, I shall
undoubtedly feel that I am highly honored, and
feel too, under a deep sense of obligation to serve
faithfully the interests of the people of this coun-
ty and of the State to the best of my humble
-abilities, I am, with all due respect,
Your obedient,
THOMAS ORMAN.


APALACHICOLA, Aug. 23, 1847.
JOHN C. MACLAY, Esq.
Dear Sir: As it seem to have become fashion-
able of late to announce candidatesifor popular fa-
vor, regardless of party influence, we hope to be
excused for thus addressing you through a public
print. We cannot too warmly commend the in-
creasing disposition in the public mind to select
men of acknowledged talents and integrity, re-
gardless of politics, to fill our important offices.
Many questions of great public interest will come
before our next Legislature, and it is all impor-
tant that Franklin County should be ably repre-
sented. Your friends having great confidence in
your ability, and believing that the intelligent of
both parties would freely unite on you, are de-
sirous that your claims to office should not be
overlooked. We hope therefore you will consent
to become a candidate for the Senate at the ap-
proaching election. Yours, respectfully,
MANY CITIZENS.
Mrl. EDITOR :-Not being a subscriber to your
paper I have just larned there are several candi-
dates out for the next Legislature, and that more
are a coming. My friends insist on my run-
ning, having considerable confidence they say in
my general talents, fitness and availabilities."
As I never decline any office from principal,
and as I believe I stand a pretty good chance in
a crowd, you will publish my name as a candi-
date for Senate. (I prefer that office as I am
somewhat backward in my studies).
I am well known here and pretty generally
every Where else-my politicks are of the -Tight
sort. I am opposed to the hog law, in favor of
general Tailor, and undecided as to a National
Bank. If elected (and I have no doubt on it)
I shall, go i'n or an economical government,-have
large appropriations made for our County, and gar
aging the willmot proviso.
Your Friend,-
JOHN SMITH SENKt.
Kat pint, Apalachicola August 24 1847.


........... .....&it I 11 JU i'IV O"tailors to make a man-'our friends of the goose
PORT OF APALACHMCOLA ....... August 28. order may depend on ms, as we have always had a
decided relish for cabbages.
A H URIVED. As our State elections are approac'hingj we
Aug 24-Bark Lucretia, Jones, fm.Providence, ou i a canidte, w t noiae
to T L ,Mlitchell. vould inform all candidates, whether nominated
6teai,'r tLufaula, Jordan, fm Chattahoochee. by general caucus, or those running on their own
CLEARED, hook, that we will take great pleasure in an-
Aug 27-Brig Louisa Beaton. Roberson, for N notuncig their names free of expense, we hope


York, with 271 bales cotton, by Nourse, Stone
.& Co.


. W- We are authorized to say to the voters of
Franklin County,- that JAMES F. FARRIOR
will serve them in the House of Representatives
of the next General Assembly, if elected.
August 21.


{C. We are desired to say that WILLIAM
VALLEAU, Esq. Wishes to be considered as a
candidate before the People for re-election, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Franklin County
August 21.

Twenty Dollars Reward.
%^ WiLL be paid for the apprehension
and dehLverv of a NEGRO MAN named
-L~v, who ran away from Macon, on Sun-
day the I1th inst. Levi is a dark mulatto,
stout and well built, will weight about 180 tbs.,
a little bow legged, speaks slow and long with a
strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round
coat, and checkered pants of country homespun.
I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately
lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi
was decoyed or assisted off by some white person,
and if so, $100 will be paid for the villain, and
!proof sufficienkto'convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agerit.
Macod, July 20,1847. aug21 32-4t


therefore we will be liberally patronized in this
respect. We beg leave to say, however, that our
publisher having recently s~et up all of our capital
letters into music, to save time we will be com-
pelled to announce the names of all candi-tates
in small type, and if under the press of business
some names should appear under the head of
Patent Medicines, we refer the parties to our
Assistant Editor, to correct the error: The pub-
lic are further informed that for the present the
musical department of this paper will be sus-
pended, (the professor being absent,) but that the
general tone of the paper will remain firm.
With these general views, which we have
adopted for the government of our paper, we
would in conclusion say one of our chief motives
,in taking charge of this Press, is to satisfy the
public generally, and our friends in particular,
''that this world is full of fools, and he who
would not wish to see one, must not only shut
himself up. alone, but also break his looking-
glass."
Terms of subscription, daily, $2 00
c weekly, 1 00
Office No. 375 Water-street.
JOHN" BLOW-MY-NOSE-OFF,
August 23, 1847. Editor.


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT#
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham,
vS. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham,
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
lendant, Fatha Grantham, resides beyond the
jurisdiction bf the State of Florida : It is ordered
that the said Fatha Grantham do appear and an-
swer th? said petition within three months after
the publication of this order, or the said petition
will be-taken for confessed; and it is further or-
dered that this order be published in some news-
paper in the Western Circuit of this State for the
space of three months.
GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.
Uchee Anna, Aug.-21,-1847. 32-3m
U. S. MAIL FRO94
Chattahooehee to Fort Gaines,
. i ON and matter the first day of
gm,, JULY next, this Line will be
S^"run regularly in TWO-HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned having the con-
tract to carry the Mail on this route, intends to
give every facility to Travellers who fiiay wish to
take this route, by Columbus, Ga., North.
Good Sta-as, the best of teams, and obliging
drivers, will always be provided; and in a word,
every pains will be taken to give satisfaction, (es-
pecially during the season of high water,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The Sta~e will leave Chattahoochee every
TUEDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M.; arrive
at Fort Gaines next day, by 12 M. Leave Fort
Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M.
Per.ons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chattahoochee, Quincy, to
'Fa;lahassee, will find this the most expeditious
route.
T. D. WILSON, Proprietor.
Qiincy, June 26, 1847. augl4 31-1m


State of Florida, '
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
T.tate of Nathan Seymour, late of' said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that I have ta-
ken from the Honorable Court of Probates of said
county, Letters Testamentary upon the same, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise-
ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m
PDERSONS having business with the under-
Isigned during his absence from the State, will
please apply to Anson Hancock, Esq.
WM. SYDNEY GREEN.
July 26, 1841. 29-4t
P ERSONS having business with the undersign-
ed, will please call on Mr. WM. S. DAM-
EREL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a
distant part of the state.
July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAN.
N OTICE-Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is my duly
N authorized agent during ity absence from
the State. [july24 E. McCULLY.

































































































Sfmffnf.tVatot0 '?NotfcCS The Great Canadian Reme y.
WINNER'S PECTORAL SYrUIPj,;
N OTICE-Six months after da will appv- OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPAN E.
to the Hon. Judge, ,f P .obates .or Fran-l ivalled for the cure of Coughs,.Colds Asthma
.. ... -,... r ual.,o Fra klin n pi~tting"" o fBllDood, W hoepi gCo hD f u
County, for a finaldisharge from the Admini- Ping Cough,
trat;in ot the e e -d Dornd r ampbel ai n o ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
ration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of and all Diseases of the Lungs. -
said county, deceased. Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping tbou-
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x. sands to a premature grale iander tbe rianie of .
Apalachicolar June 5, 18-17. 21,6m Consiumption, can be cured -by sing this" edi-I
N OTCE.-Six months after i-,ihlheatiot 01 cine. .-.. -.-
this notice, application will be made .to the .- For several years past, this mediieine" l,.is b-en.
Hon. Jud-e of Probates for Jackson county, for a in use in Canada, Where it has becom-e unirelt--jl -
final settlement of the administration of the es- s! know",anid is considered the b-esi Wediir.^
tale of Samuel N Spears, deceased, late of said in Use for .all pulmonary diseases. Tire g&e8.4 1,
county. ELIZA SPEARS success which has-attended its use in'that t'otrn
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix. try, and the many trul wonder ful wecs -hicri
have been effected bvit, has induced the preprie-
N OTICE.-Six months after date, I will apply tors to introduce it;-into the Uniteid $tatfs, con;
to the Hon. Probate Court of Franklin fident of its being the most "safe and vtaate, rel .
County, for a final discharge from the adminisr- medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases "
ration of the ,estate of John C. Perkins, late of of the lungs, when any-of the Itihnctions do.nolt
said county, deceased, perform their natural or hasty act in, exertihg ln
JAS. M. SHACKELFORD, Adm'r. most grateful .and soothinginfluence over the "
Apalachicolae, Nov. 21, 1846. 44-6m functions of the whble S-Aern, diminisling iex;
,i- i citement when excessive, allacin"g irril.liqh-
Sar'at0ga Water, sorenesand pain, and speedl\ iinparftn'greneva-;
UARTS and sar to W er lt sa ed vigor and elasticity to the whale fame. .
( ' U A R T S a nd P in ts fresh lor sale 1.i i I l i ^ i i .
April 1 H. F. ABELL. Prepared and sold, wholtMate and retaill: by
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden frXt', Nw-.o
Blank Books and Stationery. York soie proprietor for thell,,'d.Slaie'^.--* -
-EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.- H. F. ABELL, Agent.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper; Jan 9 for Ap (A thiela "i_ -a, :
Cotton Memorandum Books; 1 Balsain of Livern6ort. ^
Ship and River Bills Lading-E-E mot p f .... to
Boooks for Letter Press. A REMEDY most perfect -Is said-0now tob
Blank Bills of ExAange and Cheeks, A'L discovered in settled 'Consinmption, EiVelt
Just received and fo'r sale by Compliant, or any of their incipient symriptomisi-
atrch H. F. ABELL. on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use olt'
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated-medicine, thie
For Sale, Genuine BALSAM" OF LIvERlwoRT, which he- prea
K'A0 BBLS. FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey; pares af:375 BOWERY. Thisplanoftteatmenti
(JL\ J 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar. how espoused by several eminent physicians, sr.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale and has been for a long time, the secret of thb
low, for cash, by unparalleled success which has attended Doctof
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO. Taylor's medicine in performing il-" wondTrful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
TATS and Caps by the'case low tor cash by been almost incredible, but the conclusive proofs ;
B. EcLLISON & CO ^, the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, anctd
Ivor Sale, we advise all who may have coughs or::simple
1 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar; colds even,,to use this perfect specific' wil ,outl
10 50 bbls Flour, by delay. "Franklin Says a small leak will sirnka
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO. big ship." therefore, cure your coughs before,
your lungs are past cure. For'sale by -y :*. "
SALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by J. C. ALLEN, _Sole Akernt for c*'
S Apr'l 17 H. F. ABELL --.; Apalachicqlab.^
Bay Hum. d CAUTIQN,-The genuine Doctor TAT-LOR'*
A FRESH supprvly of A. French's superior BALSAM OF LIvERwORT,'has on the bottle it
Bay Rum, just received and for sale by splendid Steel platelengraving, -to prevbbtceounr .
June 12H. F tust r vrfeits signed by Gsburdon J; Leeds,-any other' is
Jn vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH(ENIX cautioned not to' purchase of deal in itr -s it is -
BITTERS, just received and for sale by protected by the U. S. CopljRight Laws.
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist. March 21,,1846. 12-1y ;


4f ~


^_ K
^. '*
^;


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
J. il. A J. 1UI. Hull,
FACTORS &'COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Wate, r street,
Dec12 APALACHICOLA, FA


BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WAKE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &0I
24 Water street.
Jan 29 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
W- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa,_


,o


Rtoberts, Alien & Co.,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.


Dec 1'


ApAlachicola, t*Fa


WM. W. SiMs. WM. W. CHEEVER.
Simns & Chieerer,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
dec12- Apalachicola, Fla. -
W. T. WOOD. BA, BALLOT.
Wood & lalloU, *
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No-. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicolac Fa.
Thomias Prestoni,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO
INSPECTOR AND-BROKER. .
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
S. IT1. Nicelerson,
DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c. *
No. 1 Columbus Block,
Dec 12 -Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward IttMcCully,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
-No. 50 Water street.
Deeg Apalachicola, Fa.


~-I- _----"' I '' ~


-- .-- -- ~-- -.-----.i c--*1 ~tlL~L~P~L~6TllllbAP -L ~. -111 1 1 I 1 11111~1


arl'6sRogers JohnMunn. Euger
+ Chas. Rogers & C
COMMISSION MERCH
S.... Water street,


n-m F '~iH ARRIVAL OF -
0 Drugs, Je4*ejnes, Paiats, O ,
ne W. Rogers. Dye-Stuffis,,Perfumery, &c.,
WTHE undersigned returmhbi thanks
10., to his friends and tkqpublic for their
IAN TS, liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that be is now receiving an idditibn-
,hicola, Fa. al supply, which added ii'ormer
H. CoNNvE]&y. stock, renders his assortment unwh large
and complete. English, French, GeAlija
HA N T S', American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery;
and Druggists ,Glass ware, &c., &c., ar i offered
ICOL&, FA. to Physicians,"Country Merchants end others on
f New York. 7the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants ,
gf Newn Yor. pure'and unadulterated.' ," :
,gen H. F. A U ,
Wholesale and Retail Druggfit,
son, 45 Waterstreet. ; ,
I M I S S 10 N Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. .
Drugs and lfedlclnet,
THE subscriber has, and will
HICOLA, Pa. con'tantly have~oni a coiPle^ .
r, assortment of-DRUGS and MEbio
WARDING CINES, which be will warrant pvre -
ANT, 4ff .:and of'thbe, best quality. County-'
t. Merchants and P.anters will Aind it
chicola, Fla. to their advantage lo.call, exaimtp4,:nd -price his
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere, "'i ,
N.B. Physician's prescriptions put f'tup wifl
V lSSIOIN eare and accuracy at any hour of thi, day of-Vight,
J. C, ALLEN,,
ra. March 21 Cor. Centre an4CoArce sts.
nCOLA, FA.
ke, j ^ ., *;-
ANTS,"d


reef, > ;'* "
A~xos HeRiN


ER, 9 ..
reet, '-' = :
lachicola, Fa. TOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion, Bil- '
JL' ious and nervous Headache, Constipation*,.
MERCHANT, Diarrahcea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatn-
ENT, lency, &c. For sale wholesale and retail, by-
E.NTAL. Dec l2 J. C. ALLEN, Druggis.


t'. Nourse, H. B. Stone, 11. W. Brooks.
Notarse, Stone & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ^
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 tApalachicola, Fla.
Lockhart & Young,
MISSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS, ,
No. -53 Water street,
ov21 Apalachicola, Fla.
EREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
)ee 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Also, Agents for the "-;Etna Insurance Co."
"Protection Insurance Co." and the "Hart-
Insurance Co." Hartford Conn.
Harper & Holmes,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lso, -
Ase) nt., f.or i tthe
'UN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of" New Yorl.,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
Win. G. Porter & Co.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
No. 41 Water Street.
Dee 5 Apalaohicola, Fa.


Jas. F. Farrier
:NERAL RECEIVING, FORN
COMMISSION MERCtL
No. 50 Water street
Dec'5 Apala(
P. W. Callen,
UCTIONEE.R AND CO]
MERC H A NT.
Solicits a share of Public Po
Oct 24 APALACP
Cooke & Horni
COMMISSION MERCHi
No. 13, St. Charles Str
New-Orleans
ANDREW S. COOXE.
feb 8,
Edward eCul
AUCTION
Office No. 50, Water str
Jan 16 Apal
D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
AND GENERAL AGFI
EUFATI
fil-^- ('hffnn hmi'ahti* 3


D. B. Wood & Co.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 7, Columbus Row,
Nov. 28, 1846. Apalaic'hicola, Fla.
ALVA WYLnY, WM. A. McKENZIE.
Wylie & aIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. Apalachicola, Fa.


H. F. Abell,
WHOLESALE ,A.D RETAIL,
EALER 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, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.


Chat


de
C.
C

Pe
I

AI



GE'
, "I

AL












AT


_:


*- J
*\


W
*'-jfc. .


-*,,e*fc^'rw


murifuroo naeTcti


0u0tntfeQ itr Mctorv.


MNEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
AND OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, -
"Printers' Fairaishibi Warehouse. PRoPosED AND AGREED TO BY THE SECOND IN THE WESTERN CIRCUIT B. i
,No. 17 Canal street Row. GENERAL ASSEMBLY; SU1J3ECT TO THE OF FLORIDA.
T-- E l .t-II ri-all.]ei,. be^ lave to nn.h.unce to Aes-CT oFTO THE NEXT GENERAL, IN Franklin Circuit Court. C
__Potlishers andt Pri..,hr., that th..% have es- ASSEMeBLY. IN CHANCERY. ,
tabli _he Ila comn pl ete a ,,.t e tenzive TY PE FOUN- Arabella E. Iepburn, widow of NC
DRY" m thi1s3 ciy. Trhe Book L eltfri of this rb laE He unw d woD
RFoudry wgs cut to order ,by-workmen oftlong .ndet so to amend the Constitution of this Burton Hepburn, deceased,
p; Fundr ,-and-, as no expense was spared to State as to extend to all free white-male in- Complainant. C0
obtain thend faces and to perfect it in habitants, being citizens of the United States, vs.
obait e d. en? turaces d to sy it wi be who shall have resided within this State one Joseph L. Hepburn, George 0.
every respect, wei will venturehto say it willthe year, the elective franchise. Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn m
foand as hates.ome, if not the handsomest in the ECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and and Caroline B. Hepburn,
aUiertment of Flowers and Job Letter of the Ia ., SHouse of Representatives of the State of Flo. heirs at law of Burton Hep- J1
teststyle, to which we would cal-the attention rida in General Assembly convened, That the burn, deceased; Daniel K.
te sntels before p u chai lthe Atten first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution Dodge; the heirs of John
of Prticers befr purchasing by'u l bereof All, be so amended as follows, viz: Every free white Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
S arial equal nl y rio u ariior tm ayacte-I itf6etsuee1 male person of the age of twenty-one years and- tee is Daniel 'McDougald; Bill for Dower. D
at'lthe N,,rthl and as we shall'sell Typle at New upwards, and who shall be, at the time of offer- John W. Campbell; Hudson t
York thrices,We t;anst to meet with encourage. ing to vote, a citizen of the United States, and A. Thornton; Nathaniel W. the
..e,. who shall have resided and had his habitation, Thornton ; Hines Holt; Sea- ord
We ar'e now prepared to manufacture BRASS domicil, home and place of permanent abode in born Jones, John H. Howard
RULE and Tr PE c.trany mitlude, With prompt- Florida, for one year next preceding the election "and Edward Cary, trustees of
is. We would also particularly call the at. at which he shall oter to vote, and -who shall, at James P. Calhoun & Charles
enn of Printr to ourtLE avly can en- such time and for six months immediately prece- L. Bass, composing the late
Jtention ot" Printers to our LEADS, having an en- gdingsaid time, have had his habitation, domicil, firm of Calhoun & ass;i Sa
tire new set f ia oulds, b:y which we are enabled home and place of permanent abode, in the coun- William Howland; William
o rofurnish a perfect article. \Ve ar. alo Agents y in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed Sloan.; Duncan McDot-;
folr the sale of file Napier, Wa~hnnig.on, and
rnith Psreilse, whi., h tN.pethee- with Chases, a qualified voter at all elections under this Con- gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
CaitPeej Cnp)..inL Sti.-k -hFurniture, Ink, and situation and none others, except in elections by signee of George W. Ross,'
'everyother article reTfire.l1 in the Printing bust- general ticket in the State or District prescribed a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
n eg3, will be I.ir ptOi l hand, and furnished at by law, in which cages, the elector must have gald; Joseph & Lawrence DI
"ers, will l.?pa been a resident of the State one year next prece- O'B. Branch; William H.
ErinltrenPr 3 ner? i shi. toeatadingtheelection, and six months within the Brockenbrough and the Bank
Newspaper or Job Printing Otice will be fur- election district in which he offers to vote : Pro- of Pensacola,
Newsep, or Jrintin detail be voided, That no soldier, seaman or marine in'the- Defendants.
,imshed with an estimate in detail for the same, ^^ ^^^ ^^gg pern otestsato fteJdeo
by statin-g, the size of thepaper, or the particular regular Arm or Navy of the United States, un- TT appearing to the satisfaetiori of the Judge of C C
biyl satnf qthitv of tweopaerk tor te exeuted, less he were a qualified elector of this State pre- -L this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
3tylo an] qTlhotito of work to be executed. vious to his enlistment as such soldier, seaman or ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
pbi Thie proprietors of' newspapers who wi marine in the Regular Army or Navy of the named do not 'reside within the Western Circuit
publish Ilis advertisement six months, and send United States, or of the revenue service, shall be ot the State of Florida, but within the United
,apper ti ord o welywl puahasidg tor tims theamountconsidered a li.-,.t f the State in consequence States of America; that is, that the Defendants
a ofavertim'nt by purchasing six times theamornt of being station,.- ,.vtihin the same. .Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
of adve n CRE N Passed Senate, December 1, 1846. the said George 0. Hepburn in ihe State of Mis-
147. 196m 17 Canl t. R D. H. MAYS, President Senate. souri; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline
May 22, I847. 19-6m 17lCanal st.Row. H. ArCrtER, Secretary Senate. B,. Hepburn, and the said William Howland,
NOTICE. Passed House, December 16, 1846. each in the State of New York ; the heirs ot
ALL persons are hereby warned not to con- ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps. John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
tract for receive, or to ship any Cedar Tim- M. D. PAPY, Clerk. their trusteol; the said Hines Holt and Seaborn
-ber, cut or taken from the Lands ot the Apalach- --- Jones, John H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus- QQ
/ icola Land Company; there being no permit for An ASet to amend the Constitution of this State tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
any such privilege. And notice is also hereby so as to make the sessions of the General As- signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
g given to certain persons who are known to be, sembly biennial instead of annual. iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
nowenwraged in cutting and collecting a quantity QECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and gia; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A.
ot Ce-]T Ti'mberon theLands of the said Compa- 0 House of Representatives of the State of Flo- Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan
riy, viz: on C6,o.ikl. anwt Oclockoney rivers, to rida, in General .InnJ*y convened, That the McDougald, each reside in the S!ate of Alabama; DI
d"esist fr.-im their unlawful trespass, and not at- aecond clatseof the fourth article of the Constitb- the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
tempt to remove said Timber. The penalties of tion of this State be so amended as to read as fol- Branch and William H. Br6ckenbrough, each re-
the lawwill be strictly enforced against aft the! lows, viz: 2d. The members of the House of side in the Middle Circuit of Florida': It is there-
partie in any wise. connected or implicated. Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
JOSEPH DELAFIELD, voters, and shall serve for the term of two years, fore named, and every of them, do appear and
LEW[rC GURTIS, from and after the day of the first election under answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
Tru-tees otihe Apalachicola Land Co. the amended Constitution, and no longer; and same shall be taken pro confeSSo against them
By ,their Attorney: the sessions of the General Assembly shalt be and each of them in default': Provided, this order
JAkI N'J sE. BETTNER. biennial, and commence on the fourth Monday in be published in any newspaper printed in this
Apalachicola, April"2-1, I-17. 15-6t November, in each and every second year, or at Circuit once a week for four months from the
' such other times as may be prescribed by law. date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847.
ffCaObin9et F2rnituren See. 2. Be it further enacted, That the third GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
'AMES H. CO'OK, 92 Broadway< near Walt clause of the fourth article of the Constitution be Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida.
S street, New York, offers for sale, a full and amended so that the same shall read as follows: RANDALL & HAGCER,
complete assortment of CABINET FURNITURE 3d. That the Representatives shall be chosen on Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m
and CHAIRS, which he warrants to be equal to the first Monday in the month of October, in each
anyin tho city, at the following unusually low and every second year, from and after the first In District Court of the !United[
-rates: election under this amended Constitution, or on States, for the Northern Dis-
MI ogIny Sofas frra $20 to $150 each. such other day as maybe directed by law. trict of Florida.
- do. Chairs 30 to 120 per doz. See. 3. Be it ftrther'nacted, That the fifth IN ADMIRALTY.
do. Rocking Chairs from $5 to $.50 each. clause of the aforesaid ardiele be so amended as to Daniel N. McLean, and
do. Bureaus $5 to $75 read as follows, viz: The Senitors shall be cho- others, owners of the S
do. Card Tables $10 to $30 sen by the qualified electors, for the term of four steam boat Augusta,
do. Centre Tables, *' $15 to $75 years, at the same time, in the same manner, and vs. Libel for Collisioni.
: do. Freivnh B_tea.-', $1t? to :f' in the same place where they vote for members The Steam Boat Eufaula,
Also Feather Be.s, Hu" Mittrei?1^ an,] Bed-.' of the House of Representatives; and no person her tackle, apparel and
din- of the finest .viilitliej and at the l.owest mar- s shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a furniture. C
ket prices. citizen of the United States, and shall have been -YTOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
N. B. No extra charges for p1,'k I-g and ship- an inhabitant'of this State for two years next pre- ,N| concern, that by virtue of an attachment
ping. cedinghis election, and the last year a resident warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
February q7, 1847. 14-m ... .. of the district or county for which he shall be have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
S H fIDS St Croix Suar; chosen, and shall have attained the age of twenty- Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
.10 2J--do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;* fiveyeas.. to answer to the libel filed therein, for damages n
1,' iaCk 2o foflee; S50 do Javae; See. 4. Be it further enacted, That the sixth for a collision, in a cause civil and maritime.-
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to That the said process is returnable before the
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's; read as follows, viz. The classification of Sena- District Court of the United States for the North-
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brow'aSoap; tors, as made at the first session of the General ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of r
l Sot; 5 0 egs PowderAssembly held in the year 1815, shall continue said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
unchanged; one half of whom, as nearly as possi- third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10 1
'24)'. lb, Lei,] ; 4 casks Linseed Oilj
-:201kegs White Lead, 4c 0. l, txt aandlPure. ble, Shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially A. M., at which time and place the said cause
,2For sale by WM. G. PORTER & Co. for the term of four years: Provided-, however, is to be heard.
Dee 5 41 Water street. and it is hereby declared, that the term of office Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th day of May,
of that class of Senators unexpired at the first in the year 1847. ROBERT MYERS,
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer election under the amended Constituticn, shall U. S. Marshal.
Aperient. extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in by H. R. TA.VLOR, D. M.
H EALTH t ENE-ED and an invigorated October, eighteen hundredand fifty. May 22, 1847. 19-tf
and heilthfifl c.,,nitii.,n of body produced Sen. 5. Be it further enacted, That the first --
bythll.- 1 of TARR.\N F'S EFFERVESCENT, election for Assemblymen, under this amended Franklinl Circtjit Court,
SELTZER .APERIEN r. Constitution, shall take place on the first Monday STATE OF FLORIDA,.
This preparation i ,iniversally allowed to be in October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; Charles Barnarnd, Abel)
the most popular remedy of the present day, for and the first session of the General Assembly, un- Adams, George W.
thepreventi.n and caire of Indigestion, Bilious der this amended Constitution, shall commence on Barnard and Charles
th e P r nln- NrosWans, ^a- Tj the fourth Monday in November, in the year Larkin, Merchants, I Attachment.
ache H. artlurn habta ot^ ienss,,&. eighteen hundred and forty-eight, tradingunderthe firm -Sumsworn to$1543 90.
Tr v ll r a d rs idns i ar li aes m wil Passed Senate, D ecem ber 22 184 6. ef rnaird A dam s. I D am ages 8000.
-- find it-a desirable article ; it prevents any accu- D. H. MAYS, President of Senate. & Co.; ]
muLit ion of bile, is portable, and the method of H. ARCH-ER, Secretary of Senate. Jon Dil ....
? a e f e u n o c c asi o n fo r e tl nd c ol n R B R B R O WN% S e k r H e e s r p H E e f e n a n t a n d al o th ers in te ,.e sted w ill
pugtvs hywl aeti preti r- MD PAY,^ Cle"rk os Reps. L tak noticeo "th Se i stiuin the abov
ferance t0 any other. Sold wholesale and retail by March 13., 187 m sui by atacfet Fretun abln Crut Cuth adecember
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c. State of Florida. appear and plead thereto, according to law.
Drngfs & iMedecines. COUNTY OF FRANKLIN. CARRAWAY SMITH,
T HE subscriber has just received per recent T>Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Plaintiff's Attorney
arrivals from New York, a full and comn- .IL) shall expose for sale before the Court House Apalachicola; April 13, 1847. april17 l4-4m
p lete stock, consisting in. part, Sulph. of Qui- door, inthe city of Apalachicola, Franklin eoun..
ntre, Hyd. de Potass ii, Caustic Potasse Solicine, ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October Fr~ankliin C[ircltlit Coiirt .
Mutoate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic, next, at the usual hours of sate, so much of the D. K. Dodge,
Cliori, le of (G,1,1~ and S.>tium, Calomel, Jalap, lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and vs. }*IN CH-ANCEiRY.
Ipieae, Iodine, Rh'ibarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen- known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as James C. Watson, et al.
na, Epsom S-alt-, Bachn) Leaves, Castor Oil, will be sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun- D. K. Dodge,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower dred and Seventy Dollars and costs for the vs, Bill toe Partittion.
anti role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes, amount of the State Taxes du~e fl'om the Apa- D., McDougald, e'f al. 3
Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor, lachicola Land Company on the additional quart- EORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as- tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and. !.3 the 22d April, 1846, praying to have a cer-
netted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of liable to Tax for the .. ..year one thousand eight hun- tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to


all articles in the Drug line; For sale by area and forty-nve., defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
June 12 H. F. ABELL. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff foes as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co. fendants; and the matter having been referred to
Bull's and Sand's Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 15-6m me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-
JARSAPARILLA, just receive(]iorsaleby Peter's Vegetable Antibillious port upon the same, after having given 30 days
June 12 H. P. AtLsL. Pills. notice by publication in the papers. It is there-
ATru s, FRESH supply, just received and for sale by fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
SINGLE and double, for sale by A April 17 H. F. ABELL. dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
I July17 J. C ALLEN. interested, to appear before me in the city of
Car July 1" J.. AxtEc of B chu Lamnp Oilb Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
arpent er' Exiract o, f or salbyINTER strained, a splendid article, forsale then and there to present or defend their respec-
"JARRANTEDgennine .forsaleby by [jan0 J C ALLEN. tive claims, &c.
VV July 17 J. C. ALLEN. sCARRAWAYSMITH,
'9OLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water, Special Maser in Chancery
Stationery. just received and for sale by Apalahio i a lMashte, 1 n7. 8-5t
T EGERS, Journals, Day and Cash Books, April 10 H.F. ABELL. Aachicolaearch 6, is 9-5 t
-. M e m r nd m B o k ,,i e o l s C p L t -{ T h e h e a rin g o f th e a b o v e m a tter is p o st-
epapeorans reveryokscription es Ca t-,Florida MTtolasses, poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Pepn Racks, Ink Stands Quills, Sand Boxes, k n- t N tierces and~barrels, for sale oy Apalachicola, April 10, 1841- 13-it
velopes, &c. Also a very extensive assortment B. ELLISON & CO. (0- The hearing of the above matter is post-
of School Books of the'latest and most approved Feb 20 24 Water street, poned until the' 30th June next.
editions, for sale by Apalachicohi, April 24, 1847. 15-2m
July 17r J. C. ALLEN. b SET 'EL1 UP." W- The hearing of'the above matter is post-
Athensenm Bowling Saloon. poned until the 30th of November next.
David's &s Black's rHE subscriber bpgs leave to announce to his Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.
C ELEBRATED Black and Red Writing Ink, T1 friends and the public generally, that he has
-J lust received and tor sale by becomesole proprietor of the above establishment, Franklin Circuit Court,
July 1 :- -. J. C. ALLEN. and hopes by proper management and strict at- Barnard, Adams & Co.,
Extract Sarsaparilla. tention, to merit a continuance of the patronage vs.
Extract Sarsaparilla. heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House. John Dill and Elizabeth In Chancery.
IULL'S & SANDS', for sale by the dozen or All persons indebted to the above establish- Ann Dill. J
J.J single bottle, by TTLLN meant, will confer a favor by settling with the sub- T having been made to appear by affidavit that
July 17 J.L ALLEN. scriber. JOHN B. JONES. 1 the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf Dill, reside out of the State of Florida, to wit:
Congress Water. Window Glass. in the State of Georgia. It is ordered that pub-
_Npints and quarts, H.F. rBE L A LARGE lot asrted sizes just received location be made for four months, in some news-
JlJune 12 H. F. ABELL. LA G and for sale by paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi-
Coffee. r-June 12 H. F. ABELL. ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it
BAGS RIO, for sale by Bailey's Tonic Mixture. will be taken pro confesso.-TZELL, Judge.
SMay 15 J. DAY & CO. HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of Juy 24 147. 28-4m
,CREAM'TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re- 1 Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge J 2
ceived and for sale by for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by ID OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by
Apr!117 H. F. ABELL. June 12 H. F. ABELL. .. July 17 .J. C. ALLEN.


ec 12


Apalac


A. GREEIV. ,," I
Green & Conuncir
COMMISSION M Et C]
No. 36, Water street
APALACH
lican Mutual Insurance Co. o
-,CHAS. A. GREEN, A
Dec 5 No. 36 Water street.


r".


John S. Hntchins
AUCTIONEER AND COIV.
MERCHANT,
-No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALAC]


S. & J. Schiffer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
:- Particular attention paid to putting up family
steamboat and ship stores.
Nb. 49 Water street,
Nov. 14 1 Apalachicola, Fla.


kw1 uUiton ou i uIon luorer.
Refers to Tarnant's Compound Extract of
B. F. HOLDEN, C-belbs and Copatvian "
J. G. DUNLAP, New Orleans. S Stands unrivalted for its
Messsrs. WYLIE & MCKENZIE, efficacy; it pre.orms ^cure '-.=
J. S. HVTCHINSON, m Apalachicola. In.a few days.-no confine- '.,
-,-' 'S "w v m 'rient or restrfelioa it d) e.
i S ncessary.- It wil le --
33rofg9 iontal *Sottce^; _ey^ ~ s found in'v*4uab!e,be^g^e-w
pared with Athe reale A
WJ SYDNEY GREEN, M. D. -possible care,'upa 'well"
tested principles, fo~thded -
SMay be found at his residence, corner of upon that important 1la*;
Centre and High, streets, opposite the Mansion first established by *t&ec- - -
House, Nov.S... ebrated -Dr. Fordyce; viz:;, ;! -
Dr. A. W. Chapman, "that a combination of-sirei, :*-*.
Dr./ A.n W.- hapman, ilar remedies would produce a more.-cetrair, --'st77
Office over the Drug Storeofo13. S. Hawley, speedy, and considerable effect, than anyequivyao,. :
(ca'trance on Chestint street.) Residence at the lent dose of any single one.' In many cases -the '
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. disease is entirely pieVented by it Pi~ety appl'i-
January 10, 1846. cation. r sale by ,
W. G. M. Davis, .Deci2 J. C. ALLEN,-Druggist...
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, W1NE11 'S I V'
Offers his services to the public in either of the _" ,
above capacities.
He will pOiactice 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- t ad-
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by a lcdent. -- .
Apalachicola, Septemb6er S. 846- S ....
A. G. Semmes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW CANADBAN -R-N, tIoF. . ". .
S Office, Bo. 2 Capt. Sinmon's Builing, The remedy to wlet tchweJ-would call thl aften- .
or. ofpCentre & Commerce streets. o ion 9f the pulic, i's one which has proved ue9.- j ,,
noV5 Apalachicola, F'. essfuly for a longtihe heiat of i tunleieall, is
--' E. Owensas iknm)vlprvged bv all who have trwh_nto .er.FAnks "- :
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever ep Rp yed
AT TORNEY AaT L AWpt in disease far which it is recomelTr .25 cFnIt not
CLAYTON, Barbothr County; Alabama. only destroys WORMS AND Ni,'MIs.RATES ;
April 29, IS46n tt cpEaWHOiLtE SYSTEM, but wdll d d
... ... ctn s a tarriest o'the supeorabundant slim. or mueus.S
John B lilbo, "PREVALENT 1 :N TH frOMACH ANE =




CONLU -RDY Made Lae Ne Yrk -. .- --. .^
BOWELS OF. 1CH.LD EN; H. FAB eL, Aspenallv..-
ATTORN-EY _,ATG.LAW, those in bad health. Thm s forms [he bea .
or nest in which Wormns pro uce hryon;"+
"ILL practice in the several Conrts-oi" the ,111d by removing it,- it is impo.ssible, for- w~rmailo.,;;
Y outhWestrn Crcut, ad "Tomasaqdremain in the body. It is harmless in 15 ecs.
Stewalt countiesont e s se ,a d t e h at of 6v ti ,
Aug. 5, 1845. 31--If o h ytm rdtehat l fe~n s
always improv-ed by its use; eveniwhen n. iorior-i i :
UMBER NSPECTR.'I'e undesirnedare discovered. '-.- = -
U M B E R f N S P E T O R T h e u d er =T he C anadian V erm ifuge -is only '25 cent a
LA having been appointed Inspector of Lu be bottle and is much- more easily adm inistlemd 'thfid
for the County of Franklin,'oflrs his services to ohr .-
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all P e a e ny y J H I E
duties appertaining tosaid appoifitment. .Peae nyb !H IE 0;.
CORNELIUS GRADY. Maiden Lane, New -Y~rk. : *
March 22, 1845. GRAan.9 H. Fl.ABELL, Agenti.it -i
J n 9 for Apalachicola. '"


Benjamin Salter,
|COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs, :
Dec. 1, 1815. Ap.alachicola, Fla.
Ls. Fred. E. Dugas,
FACTORR AND COMMISSION
.MERCHANT,
No. 2 ColumbusBlock-,
-Dec 6, 1815. Apalachicola, Fa.


ALBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov. 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
H. R. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
sept2 ly Apalachicola.


Francis Kopman,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
)RY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &c.
octl C hestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..
HI R. WOOD.
-'Wood & Co.
A-UCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 2 Columbus Building,
Oct. 31. Apalachicola


T. !.[ utstint & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Apalachicola, Fa.


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


B. S. tHawley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 28 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.




xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
fcla dl
!-- Commercial advertiser ( Newspaper ) --
METS:mets OBJID UF00048473_00093
xmlns:METS http:www.loc.govMETS
xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3
xmlns:xlink http:www.w3.org1999xlink
xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance
xmlns:sobekcm http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcm
xsi:schemaLocation
http:www.loc.govstandardsmetsmets.xsd
http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-4.xsd
http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcmsobekcm.xsd
METS:metsHdr CREATEDATE 2008-09-05T13:52:59Z ID LASTMODDATE 2009-03-04T20:47:38Z RECORDSTATUS METADATA_UPDATE
METS:agent ROLE CREATOR TYPE ORGANIZATION
METS:name UF,University of Florida
OTHERTYPE SOFTWARE OTHER
PreQC Application, 4.1.4
METS:dmdSec DMD1
METS:mdWrap MDTYPE MODS MIMETYPE textxml LABEL Metadata
METS:xmlData
mods:mods
mods:genre authority marcgt newspaper
sobekcm newspaper
mods:identifier type ALEPH 001960138
OCLC 02713285
NOTIS AKD6771
LCCN sn 83016267
mods:language
mods:languageTerm text English
code iso639-2b eng
mods:location
mods:physicalLocation UF
mods:note additional physical form Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
dates or sequential designation displayLabel Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937. Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
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>.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
mods:originInfo
mods:publisher R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
mods:place
mods:placeTerm marccountry flu
mods:dateIssued marc point start 1843
end 18uu
mods:dateCreated August 28, 1847
mods:frequency Weekly
marcfrequency weekly
regular
mods:recordInfo
mods:recordIdentifier source UF00048473_00093
mods:recordCreationDate 770201
mods:recordOrigin Imported from (ALEPH)001960138
mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
marcorg DLC
NPX
NPU
NPA
FUG
OCL
mods:languageOfCataloging
English
eng
mods:relatedItem original
mods:physicalDescription
mods:extent v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
series
mods:part
mods:detail Enum1
mods:caption 1847
mods:number 1847
Enum2
August
8
Enum3
28
28
Year
1847
1847
Month
August
8
Day
28
28
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Apalachicola (Fla.)
Newspapers
SUBJ651_2
Franklin County (Fla.)
Newspapers
mods:hierarchicalGeographic
mods:country United States
mods:state Florida
mods:county Franklin
mods:city Apalachicola
mods:titleInfo
mods:title Commercial advertiser
uniform Main Entry
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
mods:typeOfResource text
DMD2
OTHERMDTYPE SobekCM Custom
sobekcm:procParam
sobekcm:Aggregation FDNL1
FDNLN
sobekcm:MainThumbnail 0416thm.jpg
sobekcm:bibDesc
sobekcm:BibID UF00048473
sobekcm:VID 00093
sobekcm:Coordinates
sobekcm:Point latitude 29.725278 longitude -84.9925 label Place of Publication
sobekcm:EncodingLevel #
sobekcm:Publisher
sobekcm:Name R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
sobekcm:PlaceTerm Apalachicola
sobekcm:Source
sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:serial
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1847 1847
2 8 August
3 28 28
METS:amdSec
METS:techMD TECHMD1
File Technical Details
sobekcm:FileInfo
sobekcm:File fileid JPEG1 width 1000 height 1450
JPEG2 1455
JPEG3 1451
JPEG4 1459
JP21 3224 4677 servicecopy UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000930416.jp2
JP22 3192 4640 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000930417.jp2
JP23 3212 4662 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000930418.jp2
JP24 3176 4634 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000930419.jp2
METS:fileSec
METS:fileGrp USE reference
METS:file GROUPID G1 imagejpeg CHECKSUM 444846cbd53bbe49390eca0929c00b2d CHECKSUMTYPE MD5 SIZE 344077
METS:FLocat LOCTYPE OTHERLOCTYPE SYSTEM xlink:href 0416.jpg
G2 11e0267f6ff5c5394d1ed8294cd11030 424175
0417.jpg
G3 7a4e9cf579d1eff32dc7fdabd0cd7dd3 351602
0418.jpg
G4 9e3346fee92f996664342de5c0961d4e 359263
0419.jpg
imagejp2 31534cc7f695e6880c1b4d4068beac34 1884885
0416.jp2
8a1a1022eb8fc4576853041b7aa00fb8 1851445
0417.jp2
92ee9b673b828b6c0e1fad11f14bce35 1871857
0418.jp2
04ad4c515f191fc69dc043e60d613f2b 1839783
0419.jp2
METS:structMap STRUCT1
METS:div DMDID ORDER 0 main
PDIV1
PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
PAGE2
PAGE3
PAGE4 4
METS:behaviorSec VIEWS Options available to the user for viewing this item
METS:behavior VIEW1 STRUCTID Default View
METS:mechanism Related image viewer shows thumbnails each Procedure xlink:type simple xlink:title Related_Image_Viewer()
VIEW2 Alternate
Viewer zoomable JPEG2000s JP2_Viewer()
VIEW3
JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
INTERFACES Banners webskins which resource can appear under
INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader


Commercial advertiser
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00093
 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 28, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960138
oclc - 02713285
notis - AKD6771
lccn - sn 83016267
System ID: UF00048473:00093

Full Text
.-
---
--
-

-








.' ." .- .' .
1

.- .
'' ,
"
) .
.
; ,. ", :' : ; ..
.
.
C #. .
.
.
j
.i
'
> '
: ,.- .- -.: ; 'yo !
,- '1I"'WI1''A't7.J .: I i ,
"-' .
A \ .
.
) : tf
.. .. 'i h: .# 'it' f
"Y ,
} ... .
r. -- l f", \ ;,. ,. \IJ. ,, (,
.. '_.T !

'Sri' 2Lbettic' : .


., .
.
"
> : .- ."" CLb >' .
: ''' .
.
"
S =- .
-------- --
---u ----
= = ---- ----------- ',
-- -- ---. .
=- -- '_ __._ .. .
-Tii I : LI1JK11TAS. CONSTIT TJTIO 1 hiOST11A -- _- __
PAT11IA --- -
n.
__ -
-
= -' : -- __--'='- ._ _' ,,_ __ -
-- -o----- -' : : = .. ,. _
-:: ''-- = _-. __ .
== ---- _
'. > = = _
--.U'---IE.-i--- .fU ALAcmCOLA : : : _
] SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 1847 = = =: _-
,
--.-.. ---.- ._ _._ ._ r-\TTT1\mnn M
-- -- - --- -- -- --- Ll>
UlYJLJ5Jilt
---- '--
-- i.
I I illmmI' LAH\T WfISE i PKOSP CTUS JOttl'.!. 'I j was; unconstitutional( ;, to order them -inarch- -- from -.ihe- -- "- -- '--'-- m .

ground, and in vain strives to win been -i -
EVERY SATORDAT PY OF THKJACKSON -- '' --. beyond its fiontirrinto I, t Ih,' Indian country. him back lo life. hoeing corn Fa the morning ; but ia I

rt' LI IIIW WHIG OLD FUICNDS TOGETHIIU.! T.iylor: ihrrcupon l hailed his command;, atrJ .lIio padre mio WCI.'. As I approached the bar, I met the 4- -
L. WYjKAX. encamped within the padre! Oh, Dios, ts landl.ind he said
j. Oh. time, is Wf't'l'IJ'n ro.es meet 1 acknowledged( botind ,- mii'rlc, he is dead he ; -
; is dead
Cilitoiv A WKEKLY PAPER, Wjih I Sinn| \sweet breath iironiid I lliom! ; .iiies. of Illinois., lie would not, as the, ielator speak to !-my father, "There are two gentlemen in the back
(3. ttDAVIS! And Sweet the lime when hearts are lost, of the said me room who wish to "
,r. TO HE PUBLISHED LYJUIiI.LMV.1. story ( budge an inch further see you.
: It tlio! who love have found them Nay, 1aritana, it is
p
; without hoppless, he i is Unable
I orl
ofT ems. I He I had to smother
-- alt driven a laugh. I said
nlltl."u'r'Ii1fin ?, romer And eady -
.i *; rv Mveel ihe mind) lint frtill may find gone,-! knew not of
'. .i'i.n'! !I'f" .t:11: OTWJ'tfs.> t1IlJt ::ree1s. THE umler i iioil propose publishing in tile A stir; in Ihe d i irke.t weather! 1 lick I Haul out t of t the State, but t the question v/otild have saved him." your corning or I My God f I can't go; to see me," and I
1
Town of AldriAiina I Jackson county Flurula, a Cut noiiirht can he so sweet to seeAs of, crossing Rock River seemed() hugely But 3Iaritana exhibited myself and pointed to my feet. I.
had
i wIeldy ne\\.spipcr: willi t the aoovc' I Iltlt'. old frii'utU met together. trouble! his ideas of inic rity tu the with (fainted( ; his words met Come, along, ]I'll go with you."

; 11.-I'IIIt..C: I Oillars. per annum, This pa;'er will !he ." ":'" "' within) sivisl1 TIio: e il tvs of old, when youth bold military expectation her another, .
> If ; >J ua ranchero
rSI cultiirp \vill rushed in it %
"' pa and Science" it als. contain I the that
.I !c I I' ; on t the oth'M". saing As I pulled ofT
;I 1 And lime stole win to speed it Dining the night however my hat, the stoutest
!s\\ if' ; tILr(1f ftrr.f.'I !- ; : the Arnsrictins man
pl.1 current of the and articles cOlllill
in were .
", :I ) i thnii news day support of And youth ne'er knew how (Vt tune flew, orders came, either from, General I Scott They appeared said :
', .'Art -\-H: fr a 1ei term MX the \Vhi_ Policy. or t thiit:. instant in the
"i"1 ; Or t road it
knowing, did not heed ilThongli General : was too late Sit } "
down
I Atkinson
., .d!'! t 111\'Ir ;lh1r! I be chrsvd ft'fi t : fin him to follow young may. .
: II The want of local I ha- len -- .
: plunging
a up into
I discontinued until paper severely gre' e'irli brow t th it t meets ns now, Black the thicket. Pedrillo and '
I 1 ,! 'i \ > MIT will be '" I felt in Jackson Walton and%, Washington coun- (For ase brings wintiy weather,) Hawk to the last. The, quietness of hi, men "This boy, said the landlord!, "I am con-
'I\n 1' lie I were
ol IeforeIerfon
UItI4 1 at tit'1 "1011 i gone and his
s
: fident
:
ntUZl'; If" ,' i' H'-', and has )led to the i proposed! establishment of I Yet noir ht r MII he so sweet to see I theRegular colonel meanwhile:; ) had rather at.igiitins could! will do nny service yon may trust him
:, this Journal. As tiles'- old filends together. encotuaaod I the mutinous come up. with, to satisfaction
'I"(Of; Oies ware,(twelve 1 1 lines : militia; to bring No your and withdrew

t \l\'raTI"'tl\\:11 1 V rnrt.vt; r"-: *l the rate of One 0 ,,1ft. !- The idersizned: hope to obtain uflicient patronize The f,w Ion? known, whom ve.ir 'have; show, their proccedinas. to a head.: A sort of townmeeting pick you use off men like, stay blackbirds where you are--they'll from the room ; and the General began, (for
') Coat fur saw- t tu einhle! I them I to commence i its public was; railed I the among those it was \\Ta jhinglon himself.
3 every Wiiii 1..III'hal bles-es )
; .'tr.t, ml Fitty ; fnend-lnp ; upon pr.iiiie and bushes! let's if
; see
have
tit: by the 1st of September.Hants ( A hand,, to cli-er )JH-H.h.nice u tl'arTo Tavlot im'ilPrln! i attend.t Alter i listening for they killed these Young man, I wish to procure the

.], .; in-: iO'l.;\ h.rtisa ?hv t'i: year a liberal Three dull.trs per annum, i in advance.s soolli a hi IiII', di-tre'', some I time very fJ"iell.to the 170'their t own people too-the villains." newspaper to-day from New York can
ra't.tI"' ::1 .'ji f juidiUun "j jv months l UO '.'.] h..IIf'd! sold tried !,'i It' : bat all a.1 verf is rartnt-* not ; or :: at t the io |! hy i it I became; l o.II.h. and c'a.lfs, some procure it for me ?"*
'' 'I b'sine**, a* ;V<>!11 1 end of the .ve.tr. ,\ t t'rie.ni: to t 1.11' li.nl we.ithcrOh ....... .. : lorn i to ad- (lime 'I'CI.I': calmer through! iner, exhaJ<_ I
'11-1! i l in' f" IIpt OVVI1 thus '>:N me cnair. 11t li.u(] iie.ini" he hesitated a moment, and replied
\\e-vrt ill111
nny! | see said t tion wheie
'. them will 11EXJ. G. LIDDON & CO. I ihey won from her the ri
ia by of "
n"itstit 1"1 much 1 think I "
\nlll1l"l'I'"IrI
; !,! ilrU'I Iriend- together.lUMiltAL pleasure, ihe views which. her can sir. -
.1:1':' July 31, B17. sever rni forlllflc. It
rr'.i M t t'- ''I-1' d rates. ---., s-peakeis had ,f the t i } was the same; as ever- \\"ell. he to the Marquis
independence, and! says upt
Pedrilio lsr
I must be paid for had long been, the bane
. i- ;\! Ivtl itvvrieran: 'l'ht". o. f\-l; i crH(1n! C'OUJ dignity of each; private American citizen.lie .-- lage; with all his wildness of the vil- inquire nf the landland if he will furnish a
'' OT H VLF !II }Xl'S :1.tlmfldlJrr L Roane": felt that all though, he loved good horse." .
: ----- --- ---- ---- .. gentlemen, there
'v' -vill bi chirgJ for annnuicJ" -- : .'i .
-- present ariuiria and .
) !fl! I"' ,
to
: / I5r.tnd. strange -no not No "
J were his f''JI1:1ls-in he say no, said T, "I don't want borse"is
. ) j.*C. ( TA YLnn.!; reality was |..urMiailt.d strange-she, loved a
1 ,II'' I II ii!t"t'i II I li.dflN'X"! Manufactured] Piire" Brand. him ; but the Alcalde How
.. .t1& fr.m a distance nvist that many of t them would! in few will you go t 1111'01"
: .1. l' a had
tj
\. :3.) u (] >. Asplairi i Lieutenant: Culonel Ta\lor! the : i huh him the house and the cihlige.- In '
r.:, '11\ II..1 I .!'! t! ecnh, or city reference, I'.'3 ,; \v Barlow") writer of this has seen "(_)hh Zacli.; putting t I } cais he his superiors, :and perh.ips, i in the Thus diiven forth he Irid: joined the ran- The my c 1n t'1 I said. ,

.4r :'I.\!\ ,ti i is-2 i l l') boxes J W.Morgan" his men thrnglI the bnttnlion diill on iln capacity; : of Members' of (Congress, ;arbiters cheios and had, become a chief that Marquis could not refrain from a
", of I t the fortune among downright which
and( laugh, brought r the landlord
r----- I .2 Hi r/unps. reputation of humble/ semi-bandit
-- noilliern hanks of t the Wisconsin) I in I thedepths body. The Alcalde and his fo the door.
! 5>ry <;:)'.d.. 3 !hnves; Misi'ifacturetl JV Morgan"' Brand of I''ehrnary. This would seem M-ivaiits, of the Republic like hilll el/. I Heexp'cted daughter had been Inline towaids the .
) ing : I Lc fIia"T
I ..- iu'4-I it >I''i I -wil Premium. I rhaiartfiMic, if thf ; : I then to oljpy them as i inteipieters( American you'll be drowned !** says
". r- -M- i only ( ,, who ?ins camp; in I the hope of seeing her the IF !
lal ,
'. Jiovcs ( r the will of the reuiu1riian.is .
l1F.I'- .' -. i- 1I'e.r ) Napole'm'.s" people! ; :and'! the best proofs brother :.
: j .' ? ) : "IICl.oI' silltf piovtvl himself, equally .Rouyli, awl : who was a prisoner When before There
Brand: "Magnolia. he could ive t that he would h not water enough in North
l{'!'Rdunder! the -.coH'liini of tlie obey them w.is Pediillo know, it Senor the "
,
)1 t ; sun tro- randlOres--
4 river
: ;> box.1ul'lt'ac1un'll: Nai'oL.'i' to drown this child' I ; "
now to observe ,
know
the said
C orders J.
' ,. Ii I L '!*, of i those whom and here
<
'
iv I '' lie>-. 15nf 1 back the burst
.\ ) looking i through girl forth
Hraud "Stravlry.. on! ) Pars the had poor again; in The Marquis and) the landlord
t t iV.iiU'' 11 II -i ( *tflllI1 : .">0 2'J' 1'j hnves :Mijnf.ictined; "' Xapofs" to many!) ;a plcasiml) hour Spent in the well people) already put in theplictsof an agony of tear": (he rrtoil I enjoyed

,!, i ni I I / i'I'1' 'H, l.'.- Brault"Lt lIo1ia." selected lihraiy of t tlic post uhicli ColonelTalor 1 .uithoiity i to which many: gentlemen The ;dragoons remained there through turned ihe by a hearty laugh; hut (he other;

l .J>)1L! t v.t.! f.eL.. H 11\."s :.M.\imf.tetnred Morford! "' 1 Honey Dew' ; thru commanded, : v.e recur now ;around him justly aspired. In plain Ilnglish the night; :and; a couch was made 1 for Man-- few second to and window observed looked on t the river a
l' ,
isiicT.s
M I.I'I : 1' 1'') Crl'es: Cru.-Ufry( : I ','fI')'lit Florid.i Si'inrs. withinsular interest the 1 reeahle, gentlemen and fellow citixeiis;; ihe tana out of their cloaks and .
to t
nJ tYaachCl.tiMi )- COIl,, placed at a little The tide ,
; i: .:.:-i 1 worcllJas(! been 1.r see
; ;'., dnz Xeirro C.ips: ; till I d./' I lines, assorlcd. vcrsation! hell, in the which tin passed; on I to me fru:1I'a:,, h. distance ; but when you
lit, It anill1rs. loom wns ; morning came both she utf."llat
\ .j I : I'- :.iivts r.ii'i Cards Trace Chains. ifl2on, to follow IJI.ick time will you probably return !''
I Cotton Hawk
Cjrp'-tru, ; and
n ; lake arid the
', :J atid.t t d ', Colonel's favorite! report :amid the intervals! you t corpse of lien father: were all
f I j i. .1 I ': 131' gone- Deiweeu se\enand this "
with
, Fur sile I.nt'J dustciiiisi eight afternoon.
tinieiit; by me as soldiers. I
vl c' tf., !sides, of ? will he rcad.'r, think mean to do, hot Ii. search ws; unavriilling .
and after
i I..t i I., C: i I. i I.OCKHAIIT & Yo'nXG. duty. ior ( ; these e Th-'ie aie the fhit-boats drawn 1. ._ ,' a f few I renlicd.He !
I H \1"1 l'l'i' < i I i.: ril ':l. t1n4, X,.\'. 1 J r Water street. personal irmini-cences I inipeitincnt, when shore and here TncleSI/1I's) : up on the IIUUM: IIU' employed, the Ameiicans! returned ; handed me a gold piece.
I s, are men drawn to their
'" i v.: add that in
I we our object to camp. I don't
recurring half
want much I
,', i <_r nl Pt Tickin*, up behind yen on t the prairie." Let ; so ; only want
: 'I i i on Cloth.! a.nd ( :tretS. them here is !simply to mention that, remembering us pass over the glorious da\s of Palo sufficient to fowls I
"
: ,I" ,,1 I ..it'!blocks Q PCS Oil Club, 1 and 2 yards wide ; alike the wititry drill and the :t i.t-ai iier," added) the imn who told Alto and Rcsaca-let us suppose the riverto for I buy some and eggs with
: ii1 ,,:'eti\, 1 the "the 1 those, am going to market. .
i < i ri story ni hit ia-men I'
,1\ U :-I Ingrain Carpeting way .sloped he crossed and
pcs s'ljM-r: : ; hook 1 I Matamoras: be taken
811113 10 The General
,
"lanlilwJIlh.idra turned the
Uirtin. S het1ing, ror Taylors into those to landlord and
a.1' tl.it
-boats ,
; :
: M I" i 3 Cott-i'i ".1 ; was a caution. Not and let continue
t ; ; ..i I. i 'i ail V'nerican !Priut' of which, now so readily, alachc. his another word said. Had us with Merlon on the said to him, ,_
"sair was Xacli
2
i ,.,' 1,1' -r. ''i 1 il1l anl i t.villeJ Gia;haraEiiri -*, Forle; byV.M.: G. pR1E1 l &. CO. soubriquet of HOI! li and! ledJ-wolld I been\-ilhall Rensalaer at; Niagara; T.iylor 1 Rner, I track of the the flying foe ; after thirty-six hours "( ive him as much change as.IIP wishes,"

i- "1 I'f .. t-'1 ,I'r,' tOoi P, 1>-C .i .Jl Water -tn-i-t. ccrt'tinly not! then liavo: : a "tranter astnnrfl ill the last war, I ra\'lher t think he'd pursuit American cavalry came; tip wit Ii on which he handed me about twelve shil
I -r \h isli-t At laineK cha-acU-rMic, than his hheral-minded; a taught; the rear guard of the Mexican forces. The ling" while I (observed .

I ; 'i-r-,1: I, S;: it %''i an 1 Am ri(*ttl dn.j --noot arnl Shoes. iutflli:i'iicc. Ilemaikable: ; sincerity of manner him how to get mititia-men over a ferry." .si.J lit of the enemy was enotihi to inspirit the Sow I'll run home and get some clothson :,_

> i ir I It I iii t I n !Ilbk: "n" 1i.ire i "iIk., a of humor ;ami;1 diffident reservehheiIl wearied ;raops-cren: the tired horses see'r.ed in a few minutes."
'J )\ > and :Men Ru sot Hrosans .t.1 .
; .
I :;,I 'Il L 'I' l\1t ai. f"1"V Hid: ] ) M-i's-" /d u-iJ! ien"d Kin L'rogans'; ( d with a cordiality( that ior wall of a from Xeal's SaturdayMAPtlTANA. naelt to oht.iin: renewed vigor as they dashed I wish i to speak a few words with ;
". IIkf-
I
Silk
NII-J :i: ii-! 'in I KUee to I lie charge. ThereVa. you
on but "
li' (C.:1f JJro !better should I little re- before
Gt-nts ie 1 :niK ; phi I ie we ('al mesmeric, you start. .
Coff Ukfs .
:ihs Ii:1 1 :ri'-jn ,
i a it'.l llkts UTmVj! t.fi| '.WM hoes; Children's do. di. characlerixcd t thc mien of Ih( distinmiishedman JY n :LLE r-. sistawce, however, for after a few scattered "I shall not be here again till I
\1 d. nl I VT s U come
!I.dl'-i t- t'i:i M t 'I.H j a-d <1: its 'tf4ine, S1I4; -r J. .-ii.'s' Kid and] Mor-xro Sliocs ; upon whom( the eyes of al his conntiymen : I High I hem the gallant hearts: that were hols thin Mexican. broke and tied. One from New York sir. In fifteen minutes J

>t.. 'rI i I. .-' .-- '\T ritoi le.!tij .*, Sup.-r L'tdi-s1 co.-rsa; and fin Calf lloc-ts. are !DOW fixed with cm ions in, collected! aioud, the! ramparts: of Ft;riPtilk" I troop) of I the rancheros continued thc con shall start from little atone dock," and Ipintetl

1'1'1 .\ 1 ir.ce an-lext.'iisireas'i .rt n'II, just ivnivedai Ut'1 of iho, fw whointantly on the sixlli of the works filet longer, than the rest, and a part of the to it of the
!t .i I t t I ". tx : It'f'SI. ; one 'e t men May; ; were out window. ,
:
i-orsile[ w)! C. POTPJl] & CO. r
.'u: ini i :' svi :. n "'t-f'< .1 I jI \I'i.Jiitn ., by impress a i tran"r with the idea, of tj1tti-t: the stores sale--- :and' I he Gener.il I Americans swept down upon them ; among I desire you to be firudenl.and \\ee.p\

I ; C "f'ric1.niu' ?, 1>C ;> il Waters!i oet. I I1 fraokne-i and tealiiy "fdlrar.'r.; \hile still I had said; that rre 11111: he would lead: them I ihev was; Merton, who, in the charge, met your own counsel," said the General -"anU
----- -- -- ----- ;
:i'.. :". -, it'1.:, &" j! "'un.a i iI.! ,\e. -1 !ugI''ling; to the! iia.i in.ition that; thereIHI to avenge t the death, of Porter and) Cios* ; t the !-M'rr! of t the opposing t ;parly: and) soon should any mischief befal you, so that
.. .. you
-i., tl J"'i '.tt. t with *T' ;.| t' i-i I. ;' .'I 'r II." 0.. .vi,. \Ic !rnn, .. ""'I,"1 1''I fizI'; ; iiincll, to -'H"'v: in Iii". Above wil ;;-, the fff-M'g! ( nil were wrought' up; to I Ihehighei left him lifeless beneath t the horses hiool.On ".- are detained, do not fail to let me know all
Q al
,'r ,r ; t 11 Ii i >.' "l."rna1tlrt I :; 'rsmii's I'I'I _. :. 1 I I 3(4.r. Jd. d'l. I, the fall of their chief the raucheros
I the
I n-tofore
appaient' I lat hs sin; i nl.ir;! mod-sty was; i ;point. t though burning retreated circumstances immediately, so that I
'--. ,t.; i vt MI irki-t i-4'i- j..1\ :
4 'M--s \Vo.ri! Hoes, ;i-wiirtH qualities ; I to their hrou ilig in an irregular (fire "
meoi i in tlii- as they relieve
i. t Ir-i i ;' v-.i'-.J.'! -r "tail 'nl'ivy.' .'.1.{ uennin::-was of the soul ; that he was ;a I rnemies open field, may you. '. ." ;
did
',' rv ;. l p JU'RU! jc e'.. 2 J hr'vs.nitj! | St f'l l F.III'ils1 i mal who*l "ti '01-2! mdiri
",. 1.! 41' \\ t."' .:r..f.no C ; "" Kiui--.i RI'IIt-w; awl American Vises ; intimates must hesitate to write about and i of discipline. The, only (expediiiun that had; rCf'f'i\ ell one of i their hails: I in her side. and started, and by the time I stated I started

ia --f :4J 12 il'-Zfa SiiuK'aid( *>:!;)-iV'-ls; publish to ihe woilil il 1"11of pivisr. been sent out had been CUi off arid, caplUJrd; crving the: mchero" Pedrillo! ," fell dead on the body of ,I from the dock. I saw the carriage drive ofE. a

ClU.m "c Ui.1 l. M Collins' Ave-; .vnd we know the fact'ih.il; in one in-Unc a a I and though: defeat and disgrace had not yctainished -: chief.Those I soon reached the city, and went.to

s I '' i' I VV.JLB-IV.., li,* IJTCS Cuttnii titij .Voolen; Cani. ; fiiend whol, the i ( Jenei.il. had: obliged) when I t their I colors, misfortune( t seemed tolower who lead Col. \\ i1.oll's report to Claus Vandara's! in the Bowery who used
.'. \ i I.1 I < -ir.l44" of all s/:' <>s. !! will I I I find
I'I'i'..l.( .. i-. V i.i-r alt.1 u'li'I"*, '.)11'1-: 1 t'a.,' Ih.anl'!: i CI4
i i.'T. t. tl14lt. t'ft.1t! .i.. ovi ;, IIJ I n 1'1"I Cot..t a; :,id Gennin r "'J\e\ !tv hor'% tI't, I Ilon.f... All I I looked I f<;rwinl; to the ptomiscdme"itg thus told-- During the: night we overtook was then called and where I had oftea

.' I I : t'. '. IS tih.dt.." -'Wf. 'f'UI' : WM." a pour Kit: & co.I'j at t h)coniiiienccmMit; of the Florida, w;:r. i i ::s I the time when the aspect of the the: enemy's tear guard and after :a slight! been with my father, who was an.old friendof

i 'I' '-. V i t In" ** ;1. 1'1ft'1111' :;,. _I _.__.i ; Watertiect.! was detrried by his knowledge, of ihis trait I I I (tunic should be tllall, I't. In the clustering skirmish! in which we took some prisoner, hio. I told him my errand, and the baste

..' : I f j.. r.. > v O-'ir" <.>, rirnn'Jre...-..-!, -' ---ami- I Stm.- ---:'.-.- from roniMiinirainLr: :( ; his aiticle to the subject 1 tents( of the infantry (,iii the f.ir, left, they bioke, and fled, we having three men I was in, on account of tits time of tide.
-! ;' J "i' '. 11' H..fltiw! V' 1'- riTiiiK hilt i wounded) the
| '-''-. I i-. -. < i L"! .'i ir..irij: it V.inn*!!, <'"oi.: | RIO i iKKK: ; Jdvidi 1 St. DoMim.ro do, of! it, le-l the terms of fIiInZy he' had I around' the glittering" batteries of Duncan's I enemy losing one man, and "Well,' said h(, "there's Huey Games'

i'. t.-:. I: '-11.i I', c.i: Tir.i-fifuc. U'Ml. P.n.t: I'V N'firt'iern' 1-1'1111', W.-tern d-i; N" 0 S'u.ir; employed I iui.zl i: lit be offensive to I Taylor. I and Kin I: -, gold's companies; nml ;amid, I the i egret t to say, one woman killed," to days paper, and here is an English paper

1,..,"-. \ i :-1 J II. P rd ', Scri' 1 I... Ct"lIll . Y nnar lly;on 'JV.i.. This (dislike puffery. nay: this almo-t way- I long pirqucts of the dragoons on the right, which came in the British packet t II

.1', :,''i' .: <. '-Vi.ttn.! ttq..4l i. IJ"I".', F,1', IIvsou dn. Pinvei'! ? do. Sonehoii! do, (joshpnH ; : ward I tinning: I I' I I"i. ''I I \'\' !Uiven: d >, l. .t du, ills Chp""e. I.ird, llucon I Hams, Fide.Siou4: sooner.yoaare
;. l'i' I i t'. ; .-I f j UntiliK C.I'I"r. ; d- (I .r.4. r.\lul i'';, \\ 1"kl'1"s: :ni'i I'nme !Bt'l 5 f, hlwcl'f'rfl'lly: cons'i-tent with (he mo>lje .I the snrs ?.nd! and' successful terminnticn oftheir seems to be something in the very .etT the better it is now dead low water"

..-. v i I. I. u--. Hut (i.e, Hr-tJs rs.ii.-w-, Mc.-s) and. Priiiit? {'urk.lad'r..1.: ; Sii-ul/ Snliiiort, j ;ilons :0"11'of wh.it is due to one's pei-oii- I ;anxiety.It name; of this illustrious individual that I felt rejoiced at getting the other paper,

1 : .\ -. \ i -.Jlr*, II,ti" I-li'-i--i. Ct"I.1I1I; I I..rrill', Sivin 3* and Ton:'n-, .*, (% d)" 1'i-h!i Tonsnes,.. al fhar.icier, ; and that rpi.tlity Cionrial Taylor's : I is among the lines of the dragoons; j I every :American_ seems instinctively. : as it and had them between my. shirt and skin.'

".'*' > .- ;>. < live-, TI'J U inks I II.iiH 1 I'' ';'r, Spice; *', (;..itsu:. 1 f'1'p"r.I'IC", ()iite', published runc.sp'indeiict-with, I the DPpailment 1 ; dear re.-ider: that we ittit l look for t lint nor were, laugnt 10 venerate, inasmuch as in my bosom, very soon. I left fowls,
'. .:i'c' '! ; ,1! do, 1)-ck t I1roolll' .I.--.. .. ... n'L.I',11. 'ria.t... \. ... every my
> ..t ir .....r.. .p"...!..I.. '_. ... .. !. ivy 1
,
n' -
incident
/ 0. I.' of, the of his life i b and with him
of \\.ir he in the army lo whose :1lh'f'ltllre.--all I becoming interesting eggs and took the
:it. ; i. i.* vt ,' -'" rjtrvuiZ'i.tiX'*-, :\\<' !Br 4d, Pdot do, Crackers! Vim.?nr. Dr..d Frun. roves jio-se' es true more baskets
-. I I. "- t I i f n n'll'-if!' iJ-i '< thier>',., I5 tJ- .I l ., IJ'" in-, .;; ill. Kii-<'n.. 'I.ac'troni.'nn.tCf'II.! : ii'iist lively device. I He I I there shows t that of course -.l I hate to-day; devoted my pen. as time i is gradually gaining space, back, but not till the good old Dutchman

: >' 1 1 JI 1 i ,, |3 jit 1.., KI-'I t Ih.! .iil\in! ; : row l:{.iet.ciirxi, U tS, 15 i<*.kwhr-, Mn-t.ir'1. I Hire.For.de he lean's; (he l.miels of ihe hero lo tak II. I lie I I hi- )just j received some mo-t! mysterious from his life time to t the present moment. had] tossed into one a large roll of ginger.-
-. .' i ...i'I, ri-i' Sii'ifSu l ,' :'riu's by B. ELLHON; CO. of themselves I!I ordt I I.is i I was seated the other afternoon bread and which 1
""," .'-. i I' Ijilles. T 'f'/.ntfr", Jan-2.J: 21 W.jt.--irei-t.. rare but the rights and ihecharaclcr t i.s- imsteiioiis. to unintiatedeais ) enjoy began to need very
""fS. '. .. .,. ". < nJ 'Z..t.U.!} *, r-'iil "'vill'' ', - --. of Zacliar; : ,: Taylor must not he : -.;md there i is a trumpeter hard by who, ing a cigar, at the Maspeth' Hotel, when a much. As I approached the wharf then

f h, % :' : I 11..l'dhn?, !Ui: ::,ifu L .uh.r, I) ') ) FSi "II""' r\i 1iZan' t,: the Cd.e; tampered! with. And; this i is tin: quality I I on account of those orders, is drawing! forth plain well dressed elderly man drew a chair were three red coats looking towards a shipat

',"!.,. i It, "r. u. n i.u ners, HttciiPte. GiiivN, i 3 \V'iitfl"i'4 "iiocs and\ liuskin' ; which; will ever pit-vent him fiom becoming 1! fiom' his long bia/.ed tube some equally towards: me, and seeing me so much at anchor in the river. As I stepped into

". -I. .'C c r I l, ,-.i! I.!IfI i:(I. ,1 1.I I A'i'l',tt'i'(71!. O Uil"t--i!.ibo-iril! 1 HtnJ.'tw f.o{.k", :Mi's l.: hi'Y u' and Youl II'.- Hr\. ju, : ihe tool of partyHe is a man flint eanw.lbe I I I.I m\seii: ,ius, but with.il: musical, fTimrids In leisure evinced a disposition to enter into a i my canoe, they walked to the place, and one

\ i '. 1 l.\- 'i.i j :: i.-. I Hi ,'fS. I'aJl' f'f, fine e'\\l Brnmn. ; used by others save in ihr line of hi< a few miunies I ho never, t ihe meaning of all conversation with me ; when I observed ash ed-

:. i ."iv-. 11"11 1 I i-itvirl-, llaisl Lin*, Men'ne, rfnl Coots; dUlY A man: who cannot; be apPI'O.ICh'd'I t this iiijULieut.t I .Meiton has,: been or- Well, friend it appears from all accounts \\ here are you going 1"

i '. '. i I. .VJi t 1', ijin I L"a1s iJ.-fji ti IP sewed( Hoots ; !o he thus used ; for I there !i': sometimes, ..1shieud d"II-t lIul) on scout liiitv, and h.iving taken! our new president! has left us." "To Weehawk," said I.
'. I I' : : 1' I.I 1.1 1"1" I.'ulfhIrr& K'i-sr-t UtiL..1U3. For silebvI
.
:. '- i i ,4. \t.* n t "')'<*, Car ii do. I 1!. ELLISON. fc CO., I fire i in ihe :'..iIie( of his (liicmiU ('\'P, hs; position .it the, he.nl of some twenty, of I Yes, sir, so it seems-and on short notice "Where have yon been ?" !

'. .' i \' II'r, ,ciry' Cirpenier's J.m2? -JJ J Water street.TIK an f'pj| r""IIIIIlich1) : ; lillf'-1., or n-spon-c boltin2 I his tiooj together. with the ;aforesaid; trumpeter ,: ," he leplied. "To[ market to sell some chickens and

i -M I b t-. V'cc.: foilh,, .amid' his taciturnity, that would I is slowly riding towardthe ( rticril'slefit. He was quite an aged man--not so old eggs," I answered. < '

_l"i, LJ: i. h In 2i. HIT.J 0:1 et .'oji'.plmenf. utterly bewilder and coi.found, the aniiu.iiy, I I In a few'minutes more he ami his men as myself) by several; years. Was you in They said no more, and I made the best

J >7'I: ) I K. N'-n/t .*.t- '. f. Water streL-t, : 'i','ri'1'' -r n is I itchy received on coisign-i man: of I the uorld whuapproaehed, ; him with I I ; air scouring away over I the hard sand to- this cotmtiy during I the levolntion, sir ?" of my way to Sing Sing with a fine tide.

';" .1.' r ., ,...t l nll..rorfr.a1p 1 nt, I the fill'iwmj articles : double: dealing phr.nior selfish I iiiMticrrily t i; w.i nls that dUlIlp.of stunted nees that you Ie Oh, ves, sir; I was born in this country, I and! soon arrived there, just before those I

tl' .t' ,. ;r..' !tiIC.r. e. (nwcrt'tp ;) J ciiks choice (J.oll'ort11I[ ; of purpose.Viihreoardlohis. : see f.ir; in the distance. and which are the lhank (Go'd.; have mentioned and my heart felt good to
; I MI, \ 'r-t ,,-n .aiJ! W<* j \ t I i t personal; aPP ,Jiilljr.t-, !j ginning i of the thickets which line i lie you must : some recollection carriage to tavernand

J j JJ, ).llt I 'I,1eJVhiiit. y : I "' superior" Pale Old, SfMteli& /Br! .Whiskey Ot.ird "liraiidy; of all the purtriats; of (General; Tailor thai i road; J for .miles. while evei and anon as Jon but I was too young to enter the service both of them looking for me out of the
"K-s p anl br.\"rt 2" ') :
v It* mis ? Snap ; hive. and! iheio follow with ihrir! fa-t at (he time." window. I fastened but left both
we ill carh ofiihe my canoe
: u D irk I D'lmond] l1r oo1') sen is one : your tjv letreating
I t- \. u. Sii ar ; J.. h.'II..a'Sttd .; } ;
: .t<',. (11'1 1 Sulc'j) an; .I Sh) tIit.'f1i 1'i !baskets Lon Ion Clu":>" Chvn'v! ime.ls I voluoics before us, that published, 1111 I (bum. you see_ 'them, \\ h'l'lilliall,1, winding .\1Il1 where were vou. sir ?" baskets. for I knew that funny Frenchman

,s .1 If t'I"! ; \ i, ;i v, riftv of Se ars, all of which will be ( ;ralaru'sIaazine, ; : strikes II' as. dicidedlv.1 I to the sound of ihe long trumpet ida-ts that:, Winchester, sir. would make fun of the :in eTbread. As I

"Ti" .-U: 'Ji i |!.j.ieil S uar; ld 1.1'fnr ca l h only, ly the best. In .some, respects it I is tl'II"f.i.I'! come to your eais minutes alter. a. Oh then you had an opportunity: ; of entered the house, the landlord was in the

I a *t.', l.f ,1rn -, ; P.OV.HOf..c m.r.Y, and in others} it hardly comes up to Ilw I As our eyes are so much quicker, lhan, l knowing considerable about the great movements bar. I saw the back door open and the

> i C.t'Ue.'I; Fe'i17 00 Water street.VfSI'VUS strongly I maikcd) char.icier! oxpiessed) ill the 'I our eais let us look far away, and le.ivmg, of that place ; and do you *lecollect landlord told me to go in, which I did, and

z'WJ' .-U! \ i 1Ib n; ': .ril S\v.vn', Balsam- : of Wild face of t the original: ; as a whole. hovveter. it I the camp and the fort plunge; mlo those I the features of Gen.; Washington) as pelli'ct.I Lafayette shoved it slowly to.

I ItV" "I,f4 nltri'l1t1reGiD; ju' -t received, :rnl for ale by is far, mme (f.uilifiil.( than; the IJlllf'rII., dense masses of Muskecf I and, Cactus I ly as though it was but yesterday ? and Lafayette Washington was on his feet and before I

I I1 I'1'\ ,tiC 1r4nd, !; \'I\ t 1 J. C. ALLEX.Sl"RnV flattery, we imagine. "lies i in making i Tailor I I. that cover ihie coiinlr (for miles I'Olinio., t loo ?-and hairy Pinckney'es ?" could take ofi'my hat he observed-

) bt'"I, \hLl".e' ; ---- look \ n U tigir t lhan he now appe.ir.s. i-'or safely: I.ind'-ii in one of the iimuneiibe; little .' ," said he, laughing heart ly. "Cros- Well my young friend, what suceess 2'*
h
j lit.. ", K"'II'Jckv Ili't D1IryCbe n..it-i ; I <;-s, Shirting and' Prints, by I the his Ioohs.in I the picture, are those which we. I by-piths I :'' t that i intersect t the I hushes, and j justin by and my father; were neighbors." All good), sir," I said laughing, as I
low' fur eisli hyK.
41) c 1 !tie' ; ; 0'C.1 case nr.M.soN & co. recall when seeing him j just si fie r the close I Iuf I tune too to see (he old Alcalde of I'onda So saying, I offeied him a cigar, which thrust my hand into my bosom and (pulled

I Ii j ill.I'I'lf' ; \t.; .T.in: Q.T 21 Water street.Wistur's his campaign, now many )-eIrs; gone by. j I riding quietly by on his staid mule, every he declined, and! said- out both papers and handed them to him. ,

jj: "t.. 11\1 i )!C)\" ((ICY en;>) Mil. R:1hrn'; '_. Tin stamped im-d.ils published] in i this city f few moments t turning to reassure his pietty, "If lie landlord has; a pipe I will h prefer "An English paper !-where did you

". I. ,.'., "" Ililsiin of Wild Cherry. lately by .. P. Hinder we should think daughter who is mounted, "ai croupe'" behind it. 1 should like to tell you," he continued get this from?" said lie, as a look of approbation

2)> VI,1: ,.. ]. r ,'iten; 1J I V/JP'V, put received} anl for sale hvAonl would) better represent hipiesent ;appearance. him ; along they jog and have j just "a little circumstance which, took place: between : spread over his noble face.

3J t'i ', t'" ... i )'. .11".. 10 1 H. l P. ABEF.f.. turned into 1 the main: raod wht'll,001' crea. Gen. Washington! and myself." "Sourkrout Hall, 8 1."
-
31rrI \f. ': '1' ,1.1 ,: t'13 ; _- -- i I h.iu1 I observed I should be hear He reached his hand and took
delighted
2) 11411 \.I While I indulging i in these gossiping ic- IlIn''i-pllur gill I ere I they ; gone I twenty mine,

) i 't 4 ,, ., '1, ch ; IloIJIoi, frellcc<, which} we Know will interest some yards, i the rancheros are upon I them,, the old it, and he related the following history of a saying- -
*
4 1
1'tU'J'I'
4J t I S''. 'J I "X"1111POw,1 r in1 lIy1 FUK5II Fall Crop: for sale l by H. F. AnRI.L. of our readers, we may here relate an ;anecdote t man is (torn from his .saddle, and<1 as two of : day in the General's employ : "Sourkrout [hall," said the Frenchman,

'1 r"1' 17 of General Taylor, which we once the assailents hold i ihe shrieking daughter! t i Well one morning father told me to looking at me very significantly. "

h t ')r.4t. t .'I \b I% i Pu vhingi'ei' ; -IIVIN'E---- --Camphor---- -and-Piperine-- -, !-nsf- -received heard: amid the early scenes of the Black t the rest sheathe t their I knives in the body of take the black mare to Sing Sing, and get You've not had your dinner!" said the

1 ",. 1 .. 1)1 t C I.i1' Hr.ll1d.v' ; Q and for tIt liy Hawk: war on Rock River, and} which, her huhappy parent. While i they :are tearing her shod, and wait till old rum nose Ben General I*

.,1 )H"I. ,I 1I'IIi."I' Ci.anpiie} ; 'f Anril17 II. F. Anr LJ,. though IIc'r'erit t 11 I lo our knowledge, i : open his saddle-bags, and dragging the I the blacksmithshod her. Sol I stood at Ihe "Not to-day, sir." ;.
k,:. \II4 I Irfe-I sjZQ _-- -._ -- - I door of old Ben's and who should "Marquis. please order and
-
2', .tH 4 ; still seems most characleriMic of t the Rough silver crucifix anti ornamentsfrnin: his di ugh- shop, some, a cup
1 t'' Pi, II. I'll I \.ivy Brci.I' Sirsij,arilla Syl'III). and Ready of later years. Some t lime I alterSlillmaifri t ler's bosom, still another of them, attracted t thrive up l to the tavern opposite, but Washington of tea." .

,..) Itf"P I'll, I .V Itll'f"J ; .TII reeeivccl tl arid forsile hy H. F. .\BHLL.fFvTtS defeat by Black Hawk's band; by i the cries, bounds into I ihe midst ; but in his coach and Lafayette with him. No sir, I mnst go home i.

,) 'I"I.' I. .r' ,rtr nOw flnekwjieat ; -------- ---_ .- Taylor.lnarclrin with i t a large body of\'uilln- when he sees who are the victims his exulting They both got out, and I saw both pass into Washington took out his purse, and

"' 'Irth'rOaf.t \/ ) LlFFPls AND! I'h1NX(] teers: and a handful of regularsin jiiiIsIi It of countenance changes) -oh, how suddenly I the trick loom, .and t the l landlord followed; held] five guineas towards me. 1 drew back
---. 1 It : i, J'iIG. 1 IHTTnilS receive..! and for 'tl!,j by and saill-
----- .jtiit the hostile i Indian) force, found himself approaching I l and greatly, while he stands as if t trans and in a few seconds the landlord beckoned >

\", fry U.I"i.I -Xiv-'fl-! -_ .1. C. AI.LRX. Rock River, then asserted by I fixed."Pcdrillo I me from the iaZzt. I felt frightened at "I am an American, sir, and father would

; I. "N-! ", Pickina 4, Cotton O 1a'j'lr ., n l: itt;; and UOIJC. many to b"ihe'lrue north-western boundary !" cues the grit, and breaking first, and wondered) what it meant; hut thinksI make me return il right away, if he knew it.**

.., T''""",'i.K--ri"vs' Jeat13' Fh1 tel KUnSt ; \\f\C\ PCS Kentucky Ragging i i1UU ; of the' Slate of Illinois. The voluntces as I from her astonished captors flies to his I, they want some grog and fresh water. I \\.cll," said he, "if 1 can reward you no

t. % S irlin 1, ShertinaChecks t i ; 100 coils Hope; T.iylor was I informed, would( refuse to cross 1 S i ille-I I was in my shirt and trowsers, without shoes, other way, bear in mind this-General;;

f); .k'J Ca-lcoe! *, rIane B.) ELLISON, Hosiery&, CO.&c. &c. -1 bales Ba:. ;G inj PORTER Twine for&salfjbyWM. CO.! I the stream. 'l'hey were militia, they said, cal- Pedrillo Pedrillo look my lathe r'- and on my head: an old cocked hat, and my Washington thanks you ; and give mv rt9,

jte I 23 23 Water street. Dee i .J Water street. I led oat for the defence of the State, and it I t then kneeling, she raises the old man's head feet and andes, you may judge. I had 1 : peels to your father, and tell him I COD|ratu4 -




.. ..

.
'i: : ..',..
'
-

$ .



I I t
I "



I


S .. --- -. .-;. -- --. .- # i

-
--
-


.. .

.
,
-L. '
.- -
.
,

.I



.. -
A .

.



J

.


r
-

.. .
.. ,... --1"!: ',.*r 11&,."-., 11--1"
,
: .,. .. .1h".
..,1. .
.-..-_. .- ______ -_ A4t .. -. --- M .. 'Iiillrw N .
---- -
tMt.7IIAILIWADS -
.L.- --1"-.6 .- =-_:- :-' matrII'nfr.YS.acaptl.: --_-- -- = -- -
I
'late In 1olf- ; -having; ; such a son ; and IX UNITED STA TF:3.: i LETTER FROM GKN. TAYLOR j CO i IERCL1IJ 'lDVERTI8ER. law until next year, so as to give the Coun- j 1 North ELECTION Carolina RETUINa-CO\G has > !o.I '

'bcr, if at any time during the remem-j According to a tabular statement given in CAMP NEAR )loonr.EI..xko: June 9. i cil to be cl"clct, an opportunity to !xj:>ifcsj' elected (G IV high I
Journal it DEAR Your leltcrof lfih: ult., -. -. -.==:: : == =.-- = \Ve 3 Democrats-last year 6 ,
lieareafter, if you get involved in any dIffi- the American Railroad appears SIR ;- =:= : --- -- an opinion upon the subject. see no Democ I,

culty, let me hear from you and 1 will that there are 147 Railroads in the United from Clinton, La.: has just reached me, in j APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1847. necessity for such undue caution. The \VrlI"!' Whig gain 3.
if in States 5.392 miles, now finishedand which are pleased lo "the signs :.:.::.-..:=-:=-=--.:::.::: :...- ....:; =--.::.:... -=-= ---:=::' any 1
relieve you my power. measuring; you say Democrats, 3 Wb
call for ihe of the ndrau3-i
being of the relation the next Prcsiden-1! {Jr.) ;- The following gentlemen are authorized! ]people loudly passage "
As he slid this, 1 thought: I saw a tear in use. There are DO more now limes in to i ', i 1. gsg
!starting! in his eyes, and I Lafayeti's likewise constructed, measuring: 2.P37 miles, and 12 cy, and the prominent position of your Agents for the COMMERCIAL: AnvEn rtsrr.: ,sod will 1 ]law. The Council are bound to respond to- :', a n ; i I

as they both hurried into the car- more, measuring 715, which have been !name in connection with it, is a sufficient receive and receipt fortubscrintions, or advertise- (the c:11 at, once, and not to put the responsibility Ken lucky-G Whigs i 4 Dero

rage: when the landlord followed to the commenced and abandoned. Among these excuse for this letter" That: it i is a happy ments:- I, upon another Council. the des- Democratic gain 1. ;
that official fnnc- JOSEPH; F. ?:\t.\coN:' P<>;st;; Building:?, corner of I
-steps. While the waiter was closing the last there are 4S4:? $ miles in Alabama: and feature in our Government ;, ;; Alabama Democrats
IIallo\'erand l Bf'\'ri"lr'I"" New York. 1lUvin i 1-si.en in the del.iy. is to enable
:
'
door Lafayette s.iid"My ; i, Floiida ; the Hiwasscc Railroad i is also included tionarins under it, from i'if lowest to the ) fr.AvoEt'! ; Origins. i procuring gain !' 'VbisU.
.
: God what a country' patriots ,, here, though a strong movement is highest station, are not bevond Clue leach of \V.M.V CIIFI, :nr.: F.II1"<| ,lilY,
from the ComnaaI ler-in-Chief down to the now being made to complete it. Of the un- and partial supervision of the humblest riti :Major JACK ,HAKOMAN: llnfaula: Ala.. r i we hope no postponement r.ill take Tennessee no returns.

(ploughman they deserve to be free." i i finished roads 1,414 miles arc in Illinois, tens, and that is a right! inherent in eviryfreemen --- -. -- --- phtce. The SIIIIII'r n..jI'CIIS ;ure the ones 'fie} vote in Congress now sland logo, .
.
I State work. himself ihe politicalprinciples l FO1ZACIIARY; : [ :!U' ] Yr ,
"Yes to ,
replied the other, as the coach j mostly possess I, whose safety and romfurl depends the Whigs ellcft before August,
I South Carolina Railroad from anti opinions of those into whose UPUI t
drove off, "and I trust in God! they will be. The .
I Charleston to Hamburg/ 107 miles, was hands the administration of the governmentmay TAYLOR. passage of the law-those who make the I I I since, t

OREGON AND CALIFOItXIA-TWO chartered in 1623-9!>-and completed in be placed, <&..., to all of which I fully --- .-----" .---.-. ---------- -- --- ,-.- city a resting place in winter care but I i I I .

MONTHS LATER. 1833: and was at that lime the longest Railrod coincide with you in youropinion. Asking .EX. TAYL'OIi'S: LAST LETTER little about it. Let the law be passed I, and ;'
in the world and it is believed the views on several subjects. First, As to I To b<- elected, anti 1\
ran my I The letter which we publish today from if the new council choose to it let sureVhi.13te
Col Fremont arrested I repeal '
disobedience
for of or. the and the of(his} war with ; last
{first locamative in the United Slates. justice necessity as CongrfssRholte
Island
ders. Sent home for trial. Return of Kearney Second As to the I Jen. Taylor to Dr. Delony, will, we are in them do so.Ve have no fears that I t I
Mexico I any
I and Stockton. The longest road in the United States, on our part. I Louisiana 1, Maryland 3, Maine
owned by one single company, i is that from necessity of a national Bank, and. ( the power hopes, put a stop to any more fishing correspondence Council ever can. he elected that will advocate Total), 1,

ZAXESVILLE, Aug. 11. Savannah;, to Macon, 190; miles, the next of Congress for creating such an inslitulion. !' from people, who want: to make its repeal. If the pressant meeting ,

We have received from or attentive Cincinnati is the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and the Thirdly, As lo the effect of a high protec- I themselves notorious, by publishing replies have doubts about the wishes of the .

Correspondent the following interesting third on the lisl;l is the Geoigia: Road, from tive, tariff and the right of Congress under addressed) any 1:,
them.
; news : Ansusta lo .1tLinta,1 l miles long. the constitution to create such a system of from Gen. Taylor, to people upon the subject, a public meeting i The entire vole in Congress is
'
:, Messrs. Shaw and Bolden arrived at St. The first Railroad ever built in the United revenue.' As regards: the first tfiterrogatoj j The General answers the inquiry about can be called and iheirscntirneuts ascertain-i'i[ So that the Whigs now rare a

Louis onThursday last direct from Oregon, States was the Quincy, 4 miles! long, finished ry, my duties and the position I occupy, I the Mexican War, precisely as might he ed. If the members of the Council arc FOUR. mn'Jolty.'

havirg: left the frontier settlements un' the in 1H-J7: chic second was the Mauch] do not consider it would be proper in me lo expected. We rejoice to see in !his answer ,
satisfied that the law is There is chance
[,tit and m.rde I necessary anilihey :j jdo a for 1 \Vbigin
May the trip to St. Josephs inrightyllliee in regard lo the same : as I.wal
Chunk Road; Pennsylvania, !9 miles! long, give any opinion that the views which we have entertained as
days. soldier it is not know that the people I are opposed lo Tennessee I in Maryland and
; ,
and a
having: a track but :3 feet G inches wide. a citizen particularly Ia I11j, .
The panty met but little difficulty on the The highest grade.of any travelled road sufficient for me to know thai our country i;,I,10 the impropriety of stopping in the midst its t passage it is their duly to go ahar and In Mississippi I i i and Louisianacensoreis some or

route. Th various parties of emigrnnis, to and is with foreign nation, to do all in : of a war wiih a foreign nation, to discuss II
(SO feet in a mile) is on the Springfield/ at xvar a |I not dodge the responsibility by pnlin.it of Gen. Taylor are ,
,
canifi
Oregon and Davidson California: were making; rapid! .\lh'II1,11t're: it crosses the Green Mountain my poxverlo bring it to a speedy and honor-!i|' the propriety of its origin, are also partaken upon another Council to take half of it on '. and it is tibe hoped ihey be .;!
progress. and his were terminationrby the mo>t vigorous and) may beat
company chain. That from Claveland, Ohio, to able t
the I with a man of his wisdom and pat iatisni! their shoulder.; Such law exits in other and if there be
met at Big Sandy and two other without tirn a so, more
compa the jnanies! has a grade of 2GJ feet to the energetic operations, inqn)! !: I I, ui Whig gaiu i
nies at Green River. else! connected Tie General also sustains another position Southern Cities, similar Ordinance has In Tenn
mil('. about its justice, or anything i a 1. ':-ee I time Whiz. candj" le'
The Mormons, with their immense train! There are 19!) toads: with inclined plaines with it ; beleiving as I duo it is oar wisest which we assumed a year ago, and !still'' been lately passed in 1labile-the app.-s j ( Governor N. S. Brown, i is elected

of wagons, were met near the Forks of Plat. and on the polcv to be at peace with all the world, as hold that it is too early l to agitate the bj *
requiting stationary engines yet of which city complain that s the ;m rite ca uses 0000 inaj. over the
'te River, on their route to California and without present incumbefit
it he done endangering i
Mountains
the Alle han long as can
Road
Portage over of the and that far
question Presidency, as exist there that have the desire ; V. Brown
'
their rulers the "Twelve ; produced bring
Apostle they in Pennsylvania, these: are ten inclined thf ;honor and interest of the country As a Whig gain of
are called, were met at Fort Bridges. It plains in a distance of 30 miles. regards the second and.. third iiTpinies I :am as he i is concerned, such premature action for similar action )here. 'I'I votes since 1St I. The Wings hare ay-
was understood that the Mormons would them I (ronld only is calculated to prejudice him and embarrass -
Theicare 15 tunnels on 12 different} roads, not prepared to answer ; -- nrilY in the Legislature.in .

not proceed this season further than :SaltLake. : the longest! being on the Long Island Road do so alter duly inveslizaling! ''hose subjects his movements. We should not have TIE "LIVE OAK"-ME?<[\nSTCOT; I r I Indiana: the, U'lu-'s hire:

i under! Atlantic street, in Brooklin, which is which I cannot now do) ; my whole time being departed, from ihe silence we intended to AND! \ t LI'.r. a mAjrill.IIC
At Fort Hall Messrs.: Shaw and Thomp in attending to f.eilalurp.
than half mile in There isa fully occupied my proper
more a length. Tn noticing the
I to
maintain the but for his virtual
son met Samuel Brannon, and from him tunnel GOO feel long! through: solid rock, official duties which must not he neglected : on subject, Sentin.tptal ihf. In .Ial'ili; the Demon.! ', .
they obtained) news from California down circumstances and I must of the nominations ma le bymecings Edilo of the !/,:: O ; lo under ;
on the Hatlaem: : I Road near New Yoik. On any :acceptance i is elected. by 7 'if),, i. .
the 2jth) May. the Reading; : Road there are three tunnels, say to you in substance what I nave said to ; of the People, and that we saw adisposition relative to !1'f m-mricr of :1 Jr. Westcott's I nature Democratic I by rrsi.it: 't .

Lieut. Col. Fremont hall been arrestedfor 9GO> GOO.: and 1033: feet long. This road. others in similar matters, that I am no poli- !' t Io throw him aside, after the eleclioti! as Senator, we inadverianilv 1 l"j"rll t

disobedience} of orders by Gen. Kearnv. i1 -::-holllJ 93 miles long cost S I 10,233,530. tician. Near forty years of my life have, pr.blical'ron of his Signal Letter, in which coupled the name of 'Ir. Vnlec! in the Tim t: X tJDfUL.-TI.: .. 1lful": ,
and had been ordered home to the United -- been spent in the army, most of which in be ip
to towards
frontier we felt it our duty, as one of his i! charge. 1 In so doing we going 3lexico "in any qu
.Mar-tial. t I'S..ITUF: Tnt Vl1n.tRsThe: the field and the camp, on our western emergency unintentionally "
This difficulty grew out of the iIl-feel- 'ing is abridged from a report furnish- or in the country ; and for nearly ihe supporters, to speak out and declare whatwe misrepresented she Editor of the Live O.ik, IiI)'. The Philadelphia Uazele and. *

'ing and contradictory: movement of Gen. ,I e,. .i a Paris Institute by :Mr. Arago. Ii two last, in this or Texas, during which knew to be the fact, that threefourthsof for which he has taken us to 1.I.k., a< he had rc:1 states that( on Saturday two million
Kearny and, C d. Stockton.; (;stn. Stockton shows in brief the wonderful immensity I have night under the
a space, lime not passed one specie passed over the !
the voters of this part of the Slate were an undoubted ri_ht to do, though} not in so Harrisburg railro
Ind l .
lef n'f
: m his n.'v h"'nc. of the universe roof of a house. As regards being a candidate -
The -\1II..r; ,.. -; ... w ,. L,,,-'er California In The northern hemisphere, 3,400 stars for the Presidency at the coming elec. pr'pter: to support him for the Presidency. courteous a mnnncra we would !have wished, on its way to Mexico, vii; New Orita-

rnaa:' .' .:.H h: '.f.! ... \lpllll'o: are viable to the naked eye. 'rhe number tion, 1 have no aspirations in that way, and The letter we publish today is important considering: the nature of the editorial inter- This with five millions previously fnr v;
.
and other t'<\\ III I:"I: : ,i-r.' The. of stars of the 2d magnitude are triple thoseof regret the subject has been agitated at this in one respect : in it Gen. Taylor refuses to course which we desired to preserve towardsa : cd, makes seven millions of dollars rem

troops li.d: i ; 11]i : ":'1; .,1,1.. I .c n!..iio the 3d, are triple those of the 2d( early day, and that: it had not been deferred whose sent from the Norih. .
answer queries as to his political paper first t essays led us to
opin- expecta
in the aip: i.rriven : !,' TI. any
: tin detailbut! sod so on to the 14th magnitude/ which the until this' close of this war, or until the end The N. Y. Tribune "
of couti-iii ,.' ; < ," ions until (the close of the war failing different mode of pointing: out an error. says- We sls.
; nipl.l 'a i 1' 't ; < it is most poweiful instrument r"ders'isabe./ of the) next session of Congress, especially ifI or

dQrJtles8! 10 eathlECc: tie tti'! .',..> t. proclaimpn. The number of stars of the est magnitude I am to bo mixed up with it, as it is possible that before the period of choosing the Pres- We can easily account for the error into on Thursday, that the Sub Treasurer,

toy e'tU. Ild'f': '. is 18, and of the 14ih. 20' million, and it may lead to the injury of the public service ident, then until that time has :m 'cll"c which we were betrayed. ''her is no man soon remit 3.000.000 in specie tor i ,
<.pn. Itie.ir.iv W.,1 h', .! i 'h'aw i Califnrr if add these the 12th? and 13lh uth."c
we to in this : being learn that
,.. magnitudes quarter, by my operations rejoice in this determination in the State, Whig or Democrat t, that has : now a portion'
contrary
"anti r1" .t..j !' 'r c>J rile States; in the !' it makes 43 millions of stars.H'rschell embaiassed!' as well as to produce much excitement 3.000.000 ha .
miluh : would him the of his forgotten the juggle practiced the first already gone, and' that!!",
H1 < I r.'if course place
1'1 in the knee of Orion, a band 15 in the country growing out of the H mercy I)
'I''a': ."hl"i a !( i i' e I<>i iia generally appear degrees! long, 2 decrees! wide, counted 50, merits &C., of the different, aspirants for vigilant adversaries, and permit them the State Convention, in nominating; David still remains in the vaults of ih? mm.UOO .

;f1 A \1 iv1 .. '1". s"'je ;'' t '''' ; 000) stars, aaas that hand) is only the 37Gth that high office, which might; have been I advantage of twisting, distorting and safely Let y for the Ilou e of Representative*, fu :-,,, in com. The rumor.-d arr4
\1 1 -- '- !, 'h .JIM,'! Thuinp, <'on; "ii'iiinrd, l from of, the heavens the .
part so entire sit rfacc very much allayed, if not prevented had the of makini the ticker merit with the Rothschilds has: been.unnnated :
discussing, at home his avowed) principles, purpose stronger,
H..t1l"li! i! .1 !ti j mill: details of the sufferings; contains GB,7).j.Q'isahle()() with the telescope the subject been deferred, as suggested! ; and that hon 1
: .-tj bx, the whilst he in the field battle through the influence which a mistaken estimate >e h. .12P
=
(,1Cpf'r'j! parties of emigrants ; but our class I only reach I the leas! besides, very many changes: may take place was giving to .
wh.cii; riled' io reach California/ before of his character and abilities! had place a certain amount of sji.' ,
the remote ; ihere must be above 113.572,200 between now and Id43! : so much so, as lo lie enemies of his country -thus placing ;

last winter mine upon' them. They add to stars: and our sun is only one of them : the make it desirable for the interest of the him, where General Scott says FatherRilchie obtained) for }him, whilst it was Ii-tinct\! fur the use of ihe arm\J IK ;I

the horr<>hs of the previous accounts thatseventyfive mass of our earth is but the :355ih million country, that some other individual than and others are fond( of understood and stipulated} at the: time that h.re. Thf amount can br er,.
perished from cold by exposure of that one sun, and xve are but an atomin better for the situation getting pooppolientshClwecn
parr l myself qualified if there should l be Democratic cesnry.; This !is a x-eiy favo, ., I'
to the and from litical two fires in a majority
snow, starvation. The sur- relation to our earth. should be selected; and could) he by elected, one
vivors were reduced -to the dreadful alternative Stars of the 1st magnitude! in both hemispheres 1 would not only acquiesce in such an ar- front and one in Tear. in the first State Le i"IIJm.that Mr. Levy nir-ni fur both parties, and will .h. tr .

of-SHbsisting upon the dead bodies of are Id. the Hill/ order were the last rangement but would rejoice that the Republic But b 1:1 the most important of the should) resign !his seat in the House of expensive necessity of moving lit e1Hn.'

< their companions.The visible to the ancients by the naked eye ; \ had one citizen, anti no doubt) there letter in)question, is the passage where par Gen. Representatives, :.r.d become : candidate [Fur ihe Coinmcrcii'' *dyt,jr:
whole Reed family, in connection it is the 7th. than I
in > thousands
our day are ; more deserving am. '
with that of Donnor. reached the sutler's There are stars whose distance i is 900 and better qualified to discharge: the duties) Taylor asserts, that if elected to the Presidency f.'i the :pnalc., This illlrinp wis (exposedat MR. EDITOR :-Ycu have r.cdfur.r fc ard.. I

settlement in safety, after enduring incredible i. limes grater than those visible to the naked of said office. If I have: \b..en named bx nil lie pledges and (explanations he the lime by the Whig Picss-an'l Mr. Sia.tsem. s? .\-* xv..,.drriul '1, '7t.rra

sufferings. candidate for the.; into Levy, with contemptible / s.s t::; was, we hale a Iiii: .re..: .
t6. others and consid'-red a ; can cider and wake, as regards this or duplicity.published t I'.f

Com. Drake, of the British ship/ Mo'lestr, Light, whim the velocity of 77,000 leagues Presidency, it hats: been by no aged' of mx' that p"dtCS.. thai ftc will act to the lest of an :111lS5 to the 1oplf. wherein he gave I'l.e l first '.vas a mere, :fn- ?
is on his way to the United States, overland/ n. second, takes llnei; years:: lo reach us 0\\ 1in the matter : and if the good people; i, :.1 union i'1 mind ar "
!ti ahililics in witli main foolish reasons for desiring to becomea
with a small party. He will probably be from the nearest stars, !900 times more remote think my services important in that ..t.1I lOll. ,/riflll/ eomplinnee tlC zeas. Phil .'o,) iy -Apirfcft '

attacked by the Pawnees. so their light dues not reach us until and elect me I feel duly bind to serve Constitution, 1f'l should lie ever occupy Senator which contained in themc\e! $ I"U is tiiis sitj.,I. r.thinhits i I

after 2,700 years. thryn, and all the pledges and explanations: 1 ] lie While House, it must be by the spontaneous ample fvilf..ncf of his total unfitness for of the one ar.-tvi. s (", (the .

l\IExlco-Sanla Anna has made a new The number of stars visible by means ofa can enter into and make. as regards this or I Voice of the People, and by no act of the office. His career has demonstratedthe and whatever impressinns. urtu....d:. ',

communication to Congress:: through the telescope of 20 feet focal distance, may that \policy, is that I will do honestly and his. so that he could into the ojficc untrammelled correctness of his. own estimate of his is instantly conveyed totheothrr"xla/>te boii:
Secrelaiy of Foreign; Affairs, in which he be more than 300 millions. faithfully to ihe best of my abilities, strictly/ go
qualification! He the .troig man ana on side, (baji
and be the Chief Magistrate of the professed lo meet party opposite
tells them that i if they are not willing to take in compliance with the constitution.
the responsibility on the subject of :Mr.] ANNEXATION: IN THE or.TJt.-A tourist Should I ever occupy the White (louse! it Nation and not of a parly.We charge of bargain and intrigue, but lie deceitfully n H'1 known to differ on any subject-1&

Buchanan's letter, neither is he. That he through the British American provinces in must be by the spontaneous move of the may now look to see the lines drawn, eradrd itand with It} cunning ,wets echo! I

does not want Congress to take the initiative letter to the New York Express, says' he people, and by no act of mine, so that I could and forces marslnlled, between the People which marks his (lar'rer. denied that he QUITMAN AND PILLO\\-By the KJ
further than to express its opinion. has been impressed by what he has seen go into the office untrammelled, as! t the chief from :
the and the / WIS: any party lo !such' :an arranemenl-he ihe of war. it appears thillJ
friends
of Gen.
whether the proposals: from the American and} heard, with he( idea that the peoplewill magistrate of the nation and not of a paily. Tailor, politicians has st,1

Government sh'all! be listened to or not. If soon throw off the British yoke, and But should they, (the people) change his opponents, of both the Whig and did! not deny that his understrapper. the gully tweet come anSf'1 of the on officers.the score It of is rank aa': _

Congress will their ask for admission into the American Union their and between this md I pullers in the Convention,
views
express opinion on this opinions ; Democratic: parties. Many of the Whig, \i. Wf'rl parties stood here heat when Gen. Pillow rej':j
point, it will be followed by him. If it New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Canada, the time of holding the election, :and cast and nearly: all the D-'Mio-raMc papei* have to the contract and that he knew of its ex- Scott's he claimed t rant IfQuitman
wishes to listen to the proposals ofihe United he predicts will all, at no remote period, their voli': bur the Presidency 'for some, one coml..tlJ (

.iimvcil, I I > GeneralTaxlni's i!' lptf"". Qui tat;( per alivm fun;! per sr.Mr. ., hr had been first tosnub "
States, be will do so, and he then knows become members of our great Confederacy. else, I ,> i not complain. Wiibcoiisnltralions a ,1"lf'rmilall'.1 l'IIIIS| | ( his ( "
command of General-
what his duties are. Such an event is less desirable than impro of respect, I remain your ob'i M-ivani. election unless lie made a prolix.siun Ltvi"kf'cl at the tralsu'linnlfl that he further Major
claimed) the
Congress given no answer to this as no bable. Whether Great Britain will relinquish l.. TAYLOR} (:, of political, f.ill,, and pledged! himself what did his after conduct, prove ? What the right wing of the in comuaoc prefer.

quorum can be obtained. There is an existing her claim upon these provinces wiih Mr. Edward Delony. to adhere to it in practice. Had his profession else/ can Ip inferred from his resignation of to Gen. Worih. because army he !
law all those more readiness than Mexico] surrendered 1'. S. I write in haste and under OUIDtel
declaring ; tr.iiiors who constant
great his seal I in the House of Representatives and gallant and
have been to Whig experienced officer? Itwfj
,
propose a peace, and the Executive would Texas, remains lo be seen. Annexation in interruption. I :llnr..e Policy I
certainly come within the provisions of the the South was (the remote cause of the of course such as!' were whins amongst them acceptance of the post of Senator, but that entity- predicted that there has been ai

law, if he opened negotiations for that ob :Mexican: war ; Antic \;ition in the North MOSEY l\1ATTtRs.-The N. Y. Expressof would! at once oppose him-and vice versa, he was art and part I in the whole fraud tie, Gen.mischief Pillow, by his blundering.! :

ject. As matters now stand, there will probably he the precursor of one of Monday afternoon says- by means of which the favor with which brought upon our forces
appearsbut if he avowed Loco Foco
little/ of far greater. magnitude. But our Manifest: Government Stocks have: sold to a I haste opposition io principles The above is taken from the Bauj!
J prospect any thing being! done, the had viewed
People him was used to
as in the position that Santa Anna has assumed Destiny! beckons us on ; and be the obstacles \ amount at a decline and close dull willie he would mt-ei with the hostility of Patriot. and t the statement is too i Iroe.1

with Congress, it is very evident that = and) dangers what they may: there is in the the share market there is an advance., I the Democratic portion. We will now learn I deceive and fool them out of their votes. Pillow, an obscure (pot-house demagog

he cannot enter into any negotiations until no such word OIS back out in the American Reading Bonds rose i Illinois Special d ; who arc the friends of Gen. Taylor and The man who is found) enjoying the fruits of Tennessee whose d

Congress has acted on the subject and expressed vocabulary.A Nor. and Worcester J ; East llostun: per who are willing to see him run as the PKO-: I of a crime, i is m all codes of ethics considered total ignorance (
Slouin and Harlem matters has him the lao;
their cent.; lon :i ; A. nary :
assent\ to the measure. The CAPITAL JOKE. The LORD CHANCELLOR ,ES' CANDIDATK and who wish him the accomplice of the criminal. male
of ) :, to
)
The importations, since the 1st Ail; stock of the
result, probably, will be the immediate id- country, is second i io coI
vance of Gen. Scolt. The capture of the of Ireland, having: made an appointment are valued at over Iwo millions of dallas make pledges and array himself on the side) With such facts before us, and with such to Gen. Scott, and will supersede the J
to visit the Dublin Insane
capital and then and, from present appearances yet hid fair of The time has ( conclusions in our own mind, drawn from
come showingof
possibly, perhaps even patty. hint and the e
pro Asylum, repaired) thither in the absence of lo he large. This fact has been one u accomplished Worth in
bably Congress may express its willingness i he chief :! and was admitted by very hands. We go! for him as!l the P'oplts'Calildal such premises, when we sal down to speakof maid of the Arm; '
that should manager; cause of the advance in sterling bills to 100d( ( right wing of the }
;.?however negotiations, if this was done be, the opened.views of Even the, one of the keepers, who was waiting to pr. cent. ( Who is with us, and who the origin of ihe election of James D.'T(51(01 should any accident befal Gen. Sc'

receia patient answering the appearance We are glad to see a sensitiveness on theptt'l against us ? We shall look with confidenceto \ to the Senate, we naturally '
Lwo governments are so opposite, as regards of Sir Edward. He be supreme command of the Army "i4t' ]
appeared to
of the look ahead. is
to
public Money the decision of the know enough linked with him his and
terms, particularly as to territory, that we very talkative, but the attendants humored quite as abundant, and n little more so, than P.oplf'-w" partner upon this worthless officer, Thelott}
Bee but little chance of their agreeing. with As for the hacks co-adjnlnr in the fraud, which has been
; him and answred all Ins questions.' He they are us. political of ability, of iu the l
The i is desirable ; and I it is well to In use, and common sense.
Mexicans, however, seem confident asked if the General had arrived officeholders and office-seekers, trust practiced the and wiih'int .
Surgeon we
of able ('llf'cIIhe growing disposition there i is to upon People I islration, is here exhibited in gluiogc]
defend
being la their
cily succcs ful- and the keeper answered hun that he had contract debts. Meichants will do we11111)1 they they may be arrayed ;against Old having the article of the Live Oak beforeus I is hard such
If do lo credit such
,
Iy. they-can so all/ hopes or probability Za'h'I' I folly
not yet come, but that he would be there to be ton anxious to sell goods, anti to limit if the
lie has no use for the.m. They we spoke as > Editor of that
of
trould vanish A tel paper. I the Trail
peace entirely. immediately. instead of their credits. ness, on part of Dl: r. Polk. ,
repulse of General Scott, situated as he is, "Well," said he, "1 will inspect some of From present extending Government Baltimoie;, Conventions and Kane letters 'i i when he look up the cudgel: had dealt/ his the people xvho liav the wiwl
we should regard equal loan actual defeat appearances j blows without favor both of the su\etto
the the rooms until he arrives. are to be the great borrowers ; there is no pledges that have a double aoleet. and promises in delin- the whirlwind bitterly will they s

as whole country would rise like a "Oh, no," said the keeper, "we couldnot prospect that the expenditures are to (dimin that arc intended to as !pie crust- j> qnent Senators. Such we have no doubt that who'
of day i in
swarm bees placed
his
with men
meeting
serious upon any permit that at all. ish. Treasury note.s are falling, with evry easily broken. The People are willing to J;, would have been his course, had he possessed power
reverse. madly peril the honor of lie( COUDI! '
"Then I will walk for a while in the
So confident are ihe in their apparent prospect that they will go lower. trust their affairs in the hands of a lan: the information which we hl'rl giveto the UK*
enemy garden, said his lordship" "while I am ------- safety of that gallant band by
strength. that it is stated they intend to despatch wailing for him." No PE.\cE-'fhe! correspondent of the who has ever been found capable and hon- all who did not hitherto possess it. The snion ol such a leader as Gen. Pi"0

a considerable force from the cair, : "We cannot I let you there either, sir," Charleston Courier under date of the 13th est, and who possesses that crowning virtue, facts are matters of hhtory. They cannotbe
Savannah
towards Vera Cruz, in order the-moi-! .'' 1 the keeper. Aug., Washington, gives the following that in the midst of the turmoil and strife d nhd. :Many staunch Dl'tocrts- [ Repl
fectually to cut offal) communications i:. .'- \Vhat !" said he.urton't know
rear: and I you discouraging news : of the last forty he has been diligently men who have: ever been and still are true CAPTURE OF A SLAVER, WIT.TI. *
intercept years
supples/ coming u1: :mat I am the Lord Chancellor ?" "A letter has been receivedhere from 09 *(If
The fume on aud near the is estimated his and has the calamity io their parly-.have. openly denounced Mr. FIVE HUNDRED SLUES
,
escaped
doing duty
city "Sir. said ihe keeper, "we have four Mr. Bankhead, the British Minister in Captain Clarkson of the ship VV o .

at 3SOOfl() men.-.V. O.. JJ'Jll.IGIt. t. more Lord Chancellors here already. :Mexico, of a date as recent as any authentic of becoming a politician. I Levy's conduct in the premises-and if he from Canton, learned, at St. He'f' +
,
** He got inlo a great fury and! they were advices from that quarter, and the contentsof will resign his seat and come before the I H. B. M. brig Waterwitchonth e l*

.. A VISIBLE: hi.-A voting: and very beginning: to think of the strait waistcoat it go to settle all questions as to the NEGRO IOU E KEEPERS.The People again for office, we guarantee that June last, 1UO! miles \V. S. W. from!

pretty lady, li'Jng: m ili, ( 'uncord. 1 cares, for him, when, fortunately, the Surgeon probabilities of a speedy peace. He says City Council, moved by the universal he will receive his political condemnation kie, .captured/ an American built brig'
was observed to havn a i !j.-f\ < -if! court General I arrived. that, in conformity with the injunctions of "Bantha of Port land painted di
sentiment of the ing ,
plaster" on her lip. Wl-en ; i i.., (:aria had "Has the Chancellor arrived yet ?" his Government, he had used the gratcst efforts people, at their at their hands. We say that hp fills his white letters on her stearn. N fJ

emerged (rom one of the Ion.: covrd bridges asked he.The to promote a restoration of peace between meeting on Wednesday night, took up the scat against the will of the People-that papers on board. On the tog slaw

'., into the light it was o'! ,,'rved! to have: man burst out a laughing at him, Mexico and the United States ; that i subject and discussed the propriety of so altering they never desired his election to the Senate. written Captain Forsyth. The C11 f,

,lisappeared ; 'but they instantly detected it and) said, "Yes, sir, we have him'safe; but he had met with no success and did nol the present Ordinance, as to prohibitany LET HIM RKSIG.N: AND all Brazilians. She had on board 5

elineiog to the lip of the young man who he is far the must outrageous patient we believe the object (10 be obtainable ; and that living on a lot to himself. TEST Tit TRUTH OK and two dead slaves. She Ka.S .
an on the seat with her! They both looked have." the dissensions existing among the Mexi- negro OUR ASSERTION IF HE: DAR) Justice to himself Sierra Leone for

I .s: Innnreut as if they hadn't! been doing Mr. O'CONNELL: told this anecdote in cans have tender to innw ase the obstacles \Ve learn that some of the Council were and justice to his character as Senator iha was 8 days out adjudication.from the co Tbe t :

\ \ ,pothiug," ... Dublin; at a public meeting. which we have encountered., in favor of postponing the operation of the from Florida, demands that he should do o. Congo river and Ambuselk

t
.
-
-
re

'- 7'o,

"., .
..


4, w
"

1 .t'.,
,


1 !" t

..
\ f

\to .,.. .--..-,. -- "r-.4L_.. ..0 .
: 1- .. -
.
., [ .4L ., -" __ ',." '.> ,. .;c:-.
'
.. -.fA. iA '-- <
; ,. ..."...._ __ ....-..-.... h'- ; : ,. .
., 'I ip
...... ... "; : ,,...
'. =- --.' ... . . .... .
s



-
--
-
-










r .





r 21--__ = __ _____ _____ _- : L-i I
_ _
.
-
. .
! --- - .- __ __ .__-"_ .
.- ----- -- --- _- = -z.- : :--" --,= -':-- -- --- -- .: -' ------ -
-
1. tHThr ?ovenmPnt Be- MR. StcraTARYV.UKR.The Loro r ny own betl-chnmber and if that -
!! displeases I PROSPECTUS OF THE"IIORTTBLOIVER To the Voters of Franklin. THE NIVYOKSYear. .
THIS of ijoe. I foco have often with self .satis I)It I '
too AT ,? the 30lh press :rent r start for the continent." The

,. lptS., for the! *I1l1rt'r,1t.'ioO) ) ) recc.vrd. fio.n ILoaDc I IIDclu'lnfl faction, Inmled in high) terms the wonderful c:ominues thai the Queen alarmed at story iheuessage. ** Having been solicited by many of the citizens SCJE TIFIC_ _A'IEtI\X.

( -1-405.050.( The Uxpen-j: j I 1.financial ;ability antI business tact of the ; started forthwith for Clermount, A Daily .Ycicfpaper to bt published in the Ciitf, of this County to uecocae a candidate before the

"IS. !(0" we.e-e,242.WO. lit, .:Mississippi I Repmliator. We do not like to a.li'i ''ndth.ii! ) ; the entente cordials I of.ipalac'iicolaerotdl to Politics Religion, People for I the office of Senator in the next General Third: .
re-estab-
arne rune 11ebt.e nib i ihejr Tint the shallow I ished. hi w-is Agriculture, the Arts and Sciences general, A and hem to in that Tin popular! Scientific and 'h.di 1nical Journal -
j1trf 1wutd. the 1.10u as a equanimity, t allusion to the little incident, and Abstractions in particular.The "sf rnbly, willing serve

dtJcr liS ,'e (fur, "e h I\'e : I I't' Ir [Ut-tcnl'iuns nf :Mi. Walker have; been so I,)rtnce Albert gets the credit at the French I I capacity I now present myself before _xou for (which has already attained the largest circulation -

1 0 be I.rofide. .. .. .. .... .. ..-0)0....J..11- I ;abund.uiily h developed! since his accession I loihe C:oUr of bHri; worth "half a crown a da.1! sub-scriber in assuming the Chair Editorial election to that post if you shall see fit to bestowit of any weekly paper cf tie !1inct itt the

,k'trf'II"'d Jrdl'"" '. ed'.... .,. .... ... .... ..1.-_"-.N..f'.,II' 1 he.nl of the Tieastiry. that we cannot inU a sovereign at night." II I cf the I llornblovver would briefly announce to upon me.Having world) ":ill cvcimcnre iH TIUflD'YOLG lC Z

Lou .... .... ....*. .... .'3.12.1-V) I rHrairi' i iiotu exposing jhe gentleman's nniiiut'vss I the public the jreneral principles upon which oftentimes expressed my decided conviction on Saturday Sept. UCth,
f
o"( ll .22,475.515in : I II' I ir his position.) At the commencement Each number cf
'r.1.A 1" .. : SHOUT PATENT SEllMON The Scientific Acifricart contains -
his has been established. that and conventions
dm! tllll paper caucuses are con-
: ., tUft'' In I ol' I ihe last session of Congress, theSe I
Dow 'mm FIVE
11_ .. .. .. .. l"\l"-. i>'.tal'ill; making his estimates" nf I llierevenue Jr.. the st-nnoni/.t of the N. Y. We hold these truths to be self-evident-first. trary to the true spirit of ocr institutions, it is to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL

eF ,.nc\.lo"nf'q'Jartpr.\nh'' Ihe (WIII! tI't'tUt'nr 116, lilt' tir.flhlI t- fiom customs! for the fiscal yearriiiling Sunday Murcurin pn-itching from iheet that there i is a right and a wron-r side to every not surprising that I have preferred to com before II KNGRAVIA'GS: ; a catalogue r.f
1'iHS : I, 'e ate all I growing( i IS I the roll AMERICAN[ PATENTS usd
;t ..(i(.no:) of.I 1i' ;.hu\'f t"X1ttII.IJ- June, lr:47, stated the amount years thins, hut that according to the morals of the ae you as a candidate in the old Republican fashion as i (rom tie
: \ and) Iii, has the lulh.wuig : Patent OffC
hriiebeen fur die Arinv at $: ,.ooooon.Uf) i'* months ol the ":\I I- Ihe ri. ht and the wrong i is a mere matter cf surh as was used in the early diys of our <_roem 1C:; WP'ic : iif-tires ol the progress 1
Ire heaicia iiulv l has j it been
pTe WP add' llieWf" i ---i i t said that : of all new MECHANICAL
; ', If '" he amVI yea had; expired, and he had before him r'ou like opinion.i inent. and SCIENTIFIC

peuditures for a vigorous the returns nfthe first half of the year ; yet spring up aspara-gr.isses, jump I hold it be the inventions ; in>tru-tioij> in the various ARTS
r! % proe.I' jbnut like hopper-grasses, and lie down Second-That honesty is the best policywithsome to privilege of every freeman
- nf the war, tare unadjusted. he was unable to come within near 83,000- ind to become and TRADES, with nXGHAThVGS; curioo .
'"lion list I lncli 1 j die like jackasses. You commence few exceptions. a candidate for the suflrages of his
immense peo lOn 000, of the rcsult from customs in six PHILOSOPHICAL
Ihe and
be pail, soldiers will entail ;nd I .ninths. I Blowing yourselves np with wind almost as Third-That" to be just and fear not," is an fellow-citizens. If the People desire my election, CHEMICAL esperi- J.

,rltifUlle to olbnt proposed be appropriatedthf I The the for the soon as you begin to run; and in propor- obsolete maxim ]long since exploded from the I shall know it by the result of the canvass-if ments ; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLIGENCE -

1O.0t10.000 I following are receipts 'ion as the inflation increase feel and IN EUROPE ..AO.U RC\[ alt
<- II? trpjiiv. it will require June 31st 1847 yon code of morals.FourthThat. they elect me their desire to make ue of my ;
far-f. ending
) :
M"h"Cp, :1 talents of the Secreiary of Quart year endangt'pt 30. l 1S4G;. .. ... (,! ">3.2fi how boast of your bigness and importance; but j II every man should not only mind services will thereby be manifested more certainly the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS *

; climate and provide for Dec : i... .. . .. : ,f..lUIjj: ofien does it happen that just as you I than by of election published in series and ILLUSTRATED with
: | to his own business but a'sist his neighbors to attend means an brought about by
|,Treasury c. u March 31, 18-17. .. (.: (OIl.lltifl) ( ) are gathering more to exclaim. 'See how more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS ic.

tbe demands; ou it. Charleston ..3rercurjj.roepondence June J 34)).. .. .. . 7, IUItlOtl>, ( ) great and I mighty I have grown,* I the bladder to theirs. the influence and management of a caucus. If I & ,

L --- Fifth That the world do not receive a majority of the votes I
bursts, and t'other end owes every man a living polled .C.It
Tonl. .. . .. .. .. ..S.2.1 }.7m you go over is in fact a paper tn! { MERITS tiis patronage
of the Journal of Comnicrce.WASHINGTON A fallingofl" from the .Secietary's e tilt1atin head into an extremely foggy unknownity.Grow and those who won't support themselves should shall learn that the will of the People has not cf all MECHANICS

An;. G. six mnnih* S4.700'J09.Ve hope onr grow, growing, is the order of be supported.And seconded my wishes and I shall bow in quiet ar.d MANUFACTURERS -

Adams, in one of his speeches Democratic friends will cease their adulations istence. Children crowing ragged, r,ex-I finally-That the State of Florida is a submission to your decision. throughout the UNITED STATES.and .

Mr hl J.annexation Q. of Texas said that i.. I of I this skilful finnnciet, who cannot boned and saucy-ministers of the gospeltry Great State and we are a Great People. W. G. M. DAVIS. should be in the har.d of EVERY ONE
to nike and I that feels! :an interest in the aUvunceroent of
on ; men leligious
England as aleli grow
"
he sleze.1 upon by guess" wiihtii 9,400.416 of ihe pn.hle receipts The truth of the foregoing wntiment, we have Aogust 21. .
; dominions. I IThe moral and they crow just as it happens, i. Mechanical or Scientific insjirarta in thai;
her |
for annexing Cuba to fro III a TaiilTbill of his own concoc- tested by a long experience and the public may r
; ; indicate i notwithstanding in place and power APAUACIUCOLA, Aug. 21, bl7. Country. .
to
of events seems j I tion.-[.SarawnflA Republican.Ts' .
course feel itself assured that with (them to guide use
will ari.c a strong inline ncc in j crow corrupt-women crow any way, as Fellow-Citizens of Franklin County: It i is published in QUARTO FORM conveniently .

Lat there Britain in favor; of such a measure j ( When you hear a Democrat say Gen. fancy or fashon happens to strike Ihl'OI- will discharge the responsible duties which we In reply to the public call made (in the Commercial adapted to BINDING! and furnished to J

and as for me, I am growing old, pious : have voluntarily assumed with fearless independence
m not yet have ;uri,'((! I m which Tailor lIh.jc11 the removal of our troops Advertiser of the 21st instant! ) by Many Country Subscriber at the LOW PRICE of
.y .
The time Lord and particular: ; but as, my old friend \ ; for we not only believe in the Declaration -
but i i7altllfr..tllll
rtI,? be deemed expedient ; as from Corpus Tinisti to the Rio (rande, Citizens-that they are desirous of using rny nameas TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
It chell would I have the time wlfen "
seen :
the time i arrive.. say of Independence but in practical independence
ITt IflItCI., may fiom the I'resident's"A a candidate for the State Senate at the IN ADVANCE and t-e! remainder
Ditiish ( u'f'rnmt'ntil.. in this !.h -nhendie ; crows mouldy for want of care-virtue election[ have to say franklv to them and to Months. Address.
li fortlitr r. :
subjects ,
It'lfIuiBrili
this have secured the en'iceoofa
runner. in Sp-mish loans and. ct the 1t.tIp I "A of the was oidercd) toad crows precious: on account of its scarcity respect we all citizens of Franklin that if such is the spon- MUNN & GO., PuMishcrs,
losses m ; portion army celebrated puzilisl as Assistant Editor who will
,
,
-vice abundant for or raineous desire cf the voters and citizens of the
want achiekiiid
'. perhaps. seek led", from lie anec into Texas. Corpus CIIf'i..li'a< trows i Fulton-street! New-York.
timr. the whole would attend to the complaints of those who may I te.il
r-, ,. Sia' 's on the s.mie acio-int. For '! the position Jccted: by (teneral! 'ra\ 1M. crows weedyfor County they are at liberty to use my name for POST PAID. -
of cultivation. You growing themselves agrieved without troubling the Principal
//P. nl1l1n;, i' to> take P"-4'4'-141" (f Culn: : fie enc.itnped a' that; place August, lS4o. wa-t are that purpose. And if, at the October election ----- -- --- ---
; It! morally peakina, the wron;: like the I Editor on the subject. It being a sending TilE SA\-.\: -\II OnHI.c\X.
w-th the way
i
,ii.l.. \ "" '"'u'-t' produce a w.;ar and the army remained 10 that h position i until it should be the will of the majority of the voters
"" j' feathers on a phiz/.le pig ; but heaven grant rule of thi that IN announcinz the tart that the unc'r"lf'
in the'vh office editorial of
i St, without brinin the 11th divof March, 11G, when moved any a pugilistic -
ites.
r',lII',1< that the lime : I that I should serve thorn in that capacity I shall have associated themselves[ tr-cether in the Editorial -
,K>Hons of the lebtedness of ,> westward. and on t the 3t11 of F that month : masflon- come, when you character i is to be considered as emanating,
,
r q undoubtedly feel that I honored and Department of "THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN -
will I i in ; am highly
row are, righteousness and
individual Slates. The i esVe 1\i reached bank of the Rio ( ;.rand, piety
the .
*" n- of .l1lr< I east opi brotherly atid sisterly! love like drooping tx-ojjicio from our A .istant, for which we ho:>J feel too, un'ler a deep sense obligation to serve ," we take thi <-cca!ion to say to the patrons -

1)tl..t)' .if t lIP Cnited Smt s took occa i Visit io \1 tlamoro,. This nioremrnt irnin < j him responsible and hope others will do it, as it of that paper and to the public generally,
St,,"' I"Up ::'- to I3OIf) that: of mule pitrsHdnrc of orders from /':* Tar : squash vines after a reviving shower. So faithfully the interests of the people of this county r that arrangements have already be n made fcr its
.I.HI. will second made
"
I.re.I' l nrll.n: that; tiV acquisition of (,uIiab ; }ep 1Tt/.' "t, issued on \3tfir.fJnn.. 14G." mote: it be I prevent a complaint ever being t and of the State to the best of my humble material improvemaht in cufward appearance,

. ,' (II.'r, w.i'iM \')' h*! w. h'uly penninvdb'v II :' by: (he same per"on. abilities. I am, with all due respect, and that no pains will be spared to elevate aid

( tlic) l'oiie.1 SiateT .. : 7\ tR 1hO:1'011.-TI1r: ate a creat C.rT.IJo.Durin.. Doniphan's march The Political character of the "Hornblower" I Your obedient sustain its character as a commercialsper.! ard

: ? 'fltttlhf'Or .1p. which from Kl I'-ISM lo ChihoahiM the black will circ'itriotancr and to fill its columns with i intcrestins and -prufitabe'matter.
". slufliolders! uf C,4; ; -<" 1an nf ;tnPr.lnlp.11,1 exi iii' depend( entirely upon as THOMAS ORMAN.
We feel most .er.5iblthaI! to render tie
'iri'iiiio-i' of i (he ;p ."-i4ile J-* "' Jf f.jlP'hpl1 ih"v would ralh the lieaitsI srrv.uitsof the diff.'ieni officers of lie rec'iment the are beyond the control of the Editor, there Savannah Georgian such the

i ijl-n.l to
(; nt a wivli to bn n 2 'i ** i-i <' un'r <. d 1"lI1.I'rH'an.1; despair.l : lint of all were twelve of them of which number From our treat experience in politicallife C. MA CLAY, Esq.Deir a diversity 0.1.1a'or izu.1 le erpcmltd

'i| !hP(| pioii-I "-'Iifl. ot t'te Foitt ? :;'I' $. ., tliat' \\e have heard in our time we know eleven! w >-tc nffirers and one high i h private.Jo we confidnntly, though with great modesty, Sir : AS it seem to have become fashionable upon it; such wo are defrrsiir.cd to fumi h.-

:;:'h- I.\ '1'\..' "I'l 4I. 1.,, \1u111 HII.I...... of none c.itupaiMhlf to t the following : -, ceivcntto I Lieut. D-, was elected of late to announce carididutes4fcr popular favor We shall strive to make its f colnr.n! pteasirs! to

:',- i i." > r nf ,,111'} sl.in- II' !:1\ itilrr''stK, Hi !"When niv (first wife wa* musing me i-riptain. lie was I ihe blackest of the a-Jsure foUr friendthat consistency will be found regardless of influence be all readers, and while our I.iir.be! support shall
j crowd and larr black feather amo'tj the least of our virtue, and that we will party we hope III be to the creat principles \\LictI the
:', I I' '.,1t'.10 I ;l t'!, also i 'HS,' I ij,- nee : in an attat k of i\t 1in< fever. I thought all sported a I given upon
excused for thus
I wilhasin.ill.' hl.tck: h-il alo laise s.ibre not change our political sentiments nftfner than addressing jcu through a public Democratic party bus planted itself, bulletins
had a :
,,, '\ of$ pr.iiecuuu 'hat': MS| from i lie *vas over; !"ut hie** \ nn r heart I I've :
We cannot commend the increasing these principles to he cs-.ei.tial to the
i lllalt'n: > de iir.Vhv. ."' with an intensely 111 hilt-which same; 'the times will warrant th Editor, believing print. too warmly perpetuityof
i... ,.<.;:1101' I h of the l uti- > ;>' U< y. poivcr seven "ip's sin'-e : r
i I.. \ 11I11'11'! ; I *' \ how iid! so many of them happen salre w..as eietnalU;;I t etnni'm I involved in t the however in the maxim, t'o.r populi vex
!".. ,ieit and) increasing love of letri- to die ?" iiilftciie \\1IIlIIIlS of his lii's, ii \\ill never he found in the minnritu ; such factiw men of acknowledged talents and integrity, re- all rule cI'lli--ior.snth ITS and opinions antaZr.ilic -

,. i "1'.., "" aoil lUiilitjrr"Uft'Sn >o 1 I I'U teM vou-I never contradicted? l iiem .J II for capiam' I hey were a forini'lable bo"lv, s will always be denounced (thon.jh with bcenr.irmz ardless of politics! to fill our important office ) i' '-ur wn. To render cur paper the

.' I m) P':" ,t..tIIIt'. ) .- <, %\iU! seek !! at all ; and if a ni jf
hfto.f :the 'live lolt Its > .rntlnl Duiina lh<* baltle: of S.icratnento.however ) as tf one con- principle: the calm! yet unHinchinsr advocate d
_i : .1 it.I in I fx-fore Ion:. and upon I cannot very f $ to before our next Legislature, and it 1 is all important -
;' the m>i I in be if-r-afive features in republican institution Southern inslituticns the vehicle ot amusing ant
seen.hut
be ralictel. l Hut 'lIlIptV"rl'
.:! rr."'<-\t, in. war with England. n woman to etIIi my pes. I that Frariklin County should be aily -
1 "I 1 after the hall I w 'i< i.vr. I hex' were ft> P' liir,, a; in other matterwe will alwaysunpnr repreAfiiUJ. instructive thought upon ail pr.-per subject*,
; Iit \1"\1'! MI .\ .4 r i* it pr.p::rat(measure | *nl old woman. Blip's of great < r treneral iM'jf-
*'spied bre.ikin tint > 't. wa ;onirid ( the, ti ht until we filtlP are ,
..' : her to last a ood w hue <;o I connive in : : : irrony
;
''II t I.- t Vr" make it
I ability and believing that the intelligent of mltion.-in a word to a welcome! viaittr
I r.iise a qu.irrel with her half a dozen times I joining in the r' ,n-niirg! one and this will constitute one of the pfculinr features ,. af once to the merchant and the} meciiame the
both : would! fr elv unite de-
1y: Tr.-l PH..llw..tt rG" .er..t has ordered; ,: a div : aiH von sre how hearty she looks.:' I of oujr officers ; ul, his com of thipip.; r. parties on yon are student and the farcicf- shall be our constant en-

: iilaiioi 591. wliiulj auihnrizeil Post- This is j n secret of maternal! in.pr..1 tot pany."Well.: Upon thesijSjecf of ReluK'n fir r>rtss shall! r. : I
'14' marri*.1 wnr'd.' nd] inv: furnish! hints .1"1 were hid he fnrtlv' neutral time Dii'nr; having no o-iin- o"erlrKJked.e hope therefore you will consentto be enaJl-'J by extending ourcirculatic-n throubthe

.STS: to receive suliscriptions to uewspaK to liiis.b.ii.'I!<. S 11'i. when they would h lid i behind the t\ .' !lii ?" ; become a candidate for the Sinatt at the approaching intcrirr: to strer.;thtn the ties which t-itJl

".,K draw iijwm the Post Office where i.i j of their %wives endeavor wotrv tlirin out l/ient'-tn. -' I., ..;iy it ion }hitr.sf.lf npoii; the sIIhjP..to will be. particularly election. Yours, respectfully our beloved S.afe and City tfetter, -J f(
-
tie tlf' lI'd
,4itdtp11l.d be dUcontiutrd. f trial of the Il wIlt( he o'". :im II onl
ervhmvpv
.i -
Jo temper.
LIIM"M" | \ ;ts ;' i by MANY CITfZF.NS.
,II ; nf .i.11191.-u i .1 I I" ..*h\ -.riptlv litff-r \\ ih, (him a, to their CTPT. 30 essential to the prosperity lcthwe shiil
i !1. ) "r. that lliis tneilmd ir *" tn"*ns find labors .

N.\ CotnIlTT.\Llsu.-One of OUT exIi.di never ansvetlie: pnrpi.se. The ;..' : ; nf ;.ill <5ey iioiti 1:1 -.t i .'. in I". Ii worl.l ami ilen".I. In regard tn iricnlttre, the pnSlic are in- Ma.I lniroaNct bdr.; a subscriber to your our enabl-?amply to continue re paid.To our present connection -
.
< \ CIK-S th luH iwitig ill. stI-.a1Iitns of the patient i i. ratherincreasfil than diminished : ,but it tv.itin (
hv it Uitvltiess ;an! acqniescer.ee ore the wrong sirj.'of: h ile wagons.; : oiTj; :e, will receive o'if offifial and personal notice, out !for the next Legislature, ad that r.-.cre to do in the way of irnprcvir: *. The Georgian"
..
'i.!. < teiistic jC non CGtniiiiu..h-.ni; 11'Ir.. hat dl\ou do there ?"
i I.IM i deadly for thtis An-1 \ ; we must look for as IV'-.a."t'tI support &or trIO
remedies : Simpkins; assures :!11 \vr \vonld rpcommend our merchants coniKiin friends insist
grocery
My
a
V iti !i': .ir-n !Iii.i CMI is even a'-l dtli'-r, ret.iil'-r' sivin and d.1crnr,
; lawjers ,roa"comnany : having considerable confluence they say in
i t',' rt- t\ i 1..11 i i'h COt..U! dexterity ill the i it ; to ii')n ,'ontr.141 (',ion.. while t the f eighth "nrvie kept gittin. hotter and at Ii.t; de million t pert. WM. II. BULLOCH.
their advertisements with a sample talent fitness and availabilities- HENRY it.
:nd s ? ll'itiit-hoi i under the jr >ntle f'x"r- balls cum "o ormi hty fa
.'v : ; cis. fif '--iai', '>15'2! ererv d'iy. I best ting dis nia a couri do, war to git be.Ji of their respective wares. A I never dedine any o5ice from principal TERMS:

KI" Mr :e.iHri. 1fl4'tl WMP I.tlf' day < \\-n it- i il' j .-- .- !! do icasons Ie.cf!" ,t In regard! to local matters, our "appoit of the and as I believe I stand a pretty ford chance ina THE DAILY GEORGIAN i is puLIisLed in .
.
j "'; p. .viv t.4ft4! \1IU" ( Wlsil.nit"l ) !IiI HITCHING TIU CURSKD THI>G.-".c rl'r'-PTlt Town Council will depend very much crowd, you will publish rr.y name: as a candidate Savar.n..'.i r.r TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM.payable

? j'l 'he ('r..prt t'r"fHlttcj"t' tj of the word i iI i M.\HKiiur. KXTRAORPINAUY. Kings where I the have favorslo for Senate. I that 5l'ffii :annually in advance; cr, SIX DOLLARS -
have <),Il : !MO ,1'iiiii'inrifed it ooe uav and two i i itimi'ifr. ton. N. H., Col. \Vihli.trn'vlirer.. :1edG', FOR Six MONTHS.
I that the fol- I :.k. }but the public interest rerjuires' we should somewhat backward in studies).
While ar:uin: the point they"sjiiwl I railroads: hut none surpasses to Miss \l I"rlha'IfI>low aged 19. By' the my THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN for the
I well known here and
\I Jr. Van Duren th*>n President of !j Inwill!. "l1i."l1.t' clip fiom, 1I'W 11 alTi- : ahlv union, I ih" bridegroom Ii.is married depncate all mnnopolip'S. am pretty generallyevery Country, is published to meet the arrangement

th. I'mted Slates, ppr" f'hitl:. aud they 1, shire : I Ins skier's !sianddaughier., ) whi''h makes the We are utterly opno-e-1 fa re-ent) to any alteration where else-ITU' politicks are cf the right of the mails, three times a week, (Taesdav,

I' ,. paper sort. I am o > n..e 1 to the hog law: in favor of Thursday and Saturday,) at the OfEce cf the
I t LI !le (ve the qt""tiutl u$ hi.h.: i! binle a \ ife to her gieat uncle I sister lo her of our Stale law, except upon the 'nbeji ; [
traveling
th writer
.e.tniliat was on D.\ILY"GEORGI.\X.
|Ir and contains all the intelligence -
V ""i I: ifji oo being nt>pli.*d In. f i quired !i ii and trallrlf-ttllt'r) and grandmother, aunt lo her 't of Bust'ene think that a statute of limitations general Tailor an.l undecided as to a National
i I'M-New H4 I 'n nd I Martfitrd I nt I h oa'f. Cumtnercia, Political! and Miscellaneous -
i .ev stoit't. Hevas told 'h.'f fI' ]'. that the tr"iu "' iiii.h at M'Midesi in vu nl lather aod uiotlit-r, ami great nint to her *honld be< passed to check the %Tou'in/ B'ink. It elected (and I have no doubt on it) including new Adrertisenents published
'
q\ ,.\ 'hii'led.!: Wilhotit a moiii.-ir"s IIP-- broibeis and sisters. She i i. stepmother I shall economical
1 -.u. \%'b.'"i, :i fil I liit\ eritlenian.; who \\ a. I t iiI evil ; at present it ii of enormous ml nilnrJe. goin for an goverr.cent.-hn'e: in the Daily Paper.
i i'' <". i'i 1 IIIt I puiiinj OTI a Tienili.it' s.iuV. io.- I (fiv.. childieii. fourteen, uidchidien! and THIS PAPER is sent to all of the State
made for
and parts
".'.II.al.-' f.r thf fi,*! lime in his life in a In national affairs we will support Gen. Taylor large appropriation cur County rs
I'fsi !"-til r"III..I.! '' iitltMne' !f"r and Union; delivered in the FIVE
at
n. in .r s I (,nt :reat- md-rhild., or city
i.n'ri'l' attd who held onto hisfrit and ) will he agin the will mot proviso.
it.\ for the Presidency, consequentv we
V'tiJ 'ii .iiiumu-e' I I1E- if.ti--t -. \ taU 11. v. p'1'1/1* I DOLLARS per annum: cr, at THREE DOLLARS .
!f ''lie In "'"ri..1. 04..1| I."i',! In..t (''$ '- ': u'uh l oth it mds. from the, itiuttieiit tlte (',11"i 1'I und, r the ne "e'-ity, for the tim being, to repudiie Your Friend fur six months.

tpo isiv. ;P 1..1 on Iti- t\ a Y." I j l.'ft I 11.lr.f.if\1. lookui" :as though h. cxjiected I MIt7j-i I I J 1 I ( t ; ( the fid fashioned, proverb that it lakes nine JOHN SMITH SEXK. THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN. jot published

p'rIfIHtil'ht In I be shonk tui t II\ the I IXTELLIGBMJ.POUT l.tlnrlo make a man-our friends of the soosetrder Kat pint :\ralachieola August 21 1 1* 17. every Friday attercoon at THREE DOLLARSper
"L.Thf' C. '' win-'ow.. .uII.It'nIf't'flell! o>it ot. ihe pl.ii- annum"ai! !pj\abo! in advance.AaMit .
-3chuClot'r .
( J"J.-'ll"jN' 1: t'r nrni, and took a rapid look! ai the locoinotive. < >F YP f VL.Y I < 'IMC! ( :LA ".\.ugun2.AtfIED. ? may depend! on N, as we have always had a r-: We are authorized to =ay to the voters of r II J. ITHE- :"'.
r..I..u:. IJeiiy'iii.i, riiMid's. arrived heielruiriKf -- _-c. __::_ =_ .: .
\V. ihe 12ili alit t l-ci led relish for mabhage' Franklin County that JAMES F. FARRIOR 11ico1. .LXCjJUl
\ .I on instant r a }I";' : paJ" :
,!".". ot ihree ,1:1lte nr.sILht.) as a !I i I Ari\ thins the matter ?" inquired I a wa As our Slate elections are approacltinz we will 'erve them in the House of Representativesof subscriber ir.irr.s his friends
: Dark L'jcrena Jones fm Providence
Aus-5- ,
IIt' ":'.Ier. Ins I III11 I nr. Jod'::e :'i aersa.wr who, : who had greatly enjoyed th- rountrjnrm's to T I. MticHeil.$ vTMiId inform all <"anili
l :)ii-'lersian i. on 1 his way to Ta-ntM. I pt rllltl.al ion. -l"cl'r LJLlUl.1. Jordan, fm Chdtt ihoochee.CLKAlMiO. hv. general cauciH, or t those runnins; on their own Aiuruit 21. the Proprietor of this above well
..\ii\ihiii2 I he matter ? I should think I known hou.e, and will be pleased to entertain
T ie ellilP.1rtte.. Steam Fri:'"" .Mitsis-; I I 1 hook I that we will take great pleasure in ann -
there was som-Mli'iti': the ni.iiier. if \ oil evr I CC fr We are desired to say that WILLIAM any of the travelling community that may favor
tippi t fnritiihe sq U.lfIron in ihe ( U 11. arrived : !i iinciiiii their names free of expense we hope
HI tins: Saturday tnor-iin, l'st analc4.t noticed j il"h! \'. t lies '\'t stopped richi ini .\ dig 27-Hri: Lotn-sa fi"-at(n, Robertnn, for X VALLEAU Eq.Vbhe to be con-idered as a him with f net.- custom, and will also accommodate
;port on : ih" mid-lie of lit; ro.ni. aril h-iin't hitched \ in a-ichoroff! ihe Naial I Hospital.I Upto i I candidate before the People for re-election as
\ Co. however that supplied With! licuor cf the choicest
; j re.ptct.Y e bz leave to say our senusne
i the d thin .Spos it should start ?
< ;
ihis time we IHVC riot been able lo learn ciis 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of Franklin County quality. JOHN PATRIDGE.AaiUcli .
that} hfy ? I c"pss ome of us 'iii! be in the kin -- i \publisher having recently set up all of our capital
she and little if
; brings any news, any. August 21.Txventy. ;; :" li. Nov !14, IMr'
Cointnunirrdiou has ?been allowed with ihip. !| dorn cotne, ;afor ni:!ht." \VALTO.CIUGUIT COURT.Eii letters into music to save time we will be compelled _. -
--- '-- '---
----------- ---- -- StN S SOl'CI
t Humor she brings t the invalids Chancery.Cortulius to announce the names of all candiJates JIOT2L. ?
: says_ I A LOVERS VK.\UKA: : >CE.-The IJihimore Grant ham, ) Dollars Reward. subscribers rcspoctfully inform their
of the uttlron. The} Iate is thai in small and if under the press of buinessome THE
; t report j Sun tells I the follow ill: anecdote t ol summaryvencncc V.,_ .. Pptitint\. -..-. .fnr-. flvirr-. _'U' type cv WILL r be paid for the apprehension nd., and! the r.a'jl.c C'-nerally, that they
most ofjhetn are already I cotivatccerit.Ve l 'alu! (irantlutn.I'T I names should appear under the head of and delivery of NEGRO MAN named have opened the above estatmshmt'nt. anJ are

bear of no vomito on board. on the part; of :t. rejected lover in appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Patent Medicines, we refer the parties to our \{ LKVI who ran away from Macon.on Sunday now ready to receive boarders and hope through

[Pensacola Lire Oak. that city of monuments J_ by atlidivit m ide in this case, that the de- I A1 ntant Editor to correct the error. The public the t llth instLevi is a dark mulatto proper attention to receive a share of patronage.The .

---- - off I li-mlant, Fat ha Jr.intiiarn, reside-i beyond the I stout and wt-Il built will weight about ISO Ibs., Dur will be well furnished with choice
\Ve I learn that a scene cane; yeslp.rl"y.in further informed that for the present the
( W' find in the National IndligcTi of ihe which is jnrisJiction of (he State of Florida : It i is ordered : are a little bow leg.ed, speaks slow and long with a Wines, Liquor and Se ars ; and the Restaurant
i! lilt.est..rn! part I city j I th.it t the! sir I Fo1lll.1 Grantharn do appear arid an- musical department of this paper will be suspended strong voice, had on when he left a Satinet round will be well supplied with G..rne.l- and Oysters -
w the following article, which is quoted j well calculated, to ill U..I rale the violence of th within three I but that the and checkered of cf the brfst in
s.ver sail petition months alter | (Ihe proiessor: being absent) coat, pail's country homespun. quality <-a\n.

(r'illI the leading Democratic paper in Ken- ', unrequited love and I ihe strange mode of I the ptiMicilionof this order or the said pelition I? I general tone o\\ the paper will remain firm. I expect he will make for Columbus as he lately JAMES GIBSON & CO.

'ucky j I vense.mce to which it will turn for relief. will hi taken for confessed ; and it i is further lived there. Some suspicion exists that Levi June :2, 1517.

: I A >o( ou HMD who h.id been paying his addresses dered that this order be published' in 'iwe hfIler ( or-I With these general views which we have was deco>ed or assisted oft"by some white person, N. r.tenllemenvho! wish lor refreshmentsin

W't' hid thought) t that Republicans who 10 a Invt-ly girl received 'the mit- m (Western. Circuit of this State; f{.r the I adopted fur the government of our paper we and if so, ?UX) will be paid for the villain, and their rooms can be accornodatetl, at short e

"pa-luted and abhorred connexion of ten." and took it quite ungraciously ; he space of three months. would in conclusion say one of our chief motives proof sufficient to convict him. not i'e.

Church an.l State would have no 'I.io'Jrd GEG. S. HAWKINS, Judge W. D.Uihe H. L. COOK A ent.
very pro
went home disconsolate dwelt upon his in tailing charge of this Press, is to satisfy the ,l (.\tD.
respect: fur what: are called (hMfSe'J1cs. :\:1'1.1t1 fl 1 1847. 3J-3m I Macon July 20, IS.17. au2l 32-Jt
bhjhieil hopes, m.ul, I in a p. (INIII of.It..p..ir. public: generally and our friend in particular, THE subscriber brs leave ) inform the citi-
: which in Tact hot State; esiafnts ;. -
bll1 are. he loaded a pistol, went doun to U. S. :MAIL FRO"ChaUahoochcc ', that this world i is full of fools, and he who State of Florida, of Apalachtcola, and those of theneigh-i

supported; by politicians tore- the house of his lady, love, wailed his opportunity to Fort < aiiics.ON" shut FRANKLIN I COUNTY. boring country, that he has established a press in .
cuLcr oi"which would not wish lo see one, must not only
pirpo; and at the first chance; which all persons having demands ajiinst the es- purpose printiogmusic composed -
'be proj>erty."We I presented itself, bhot-her litle dog.TIIK and, alter the first day oflf himself up alone, but alo break Ids looking- TO Nathan Seymour, late of said county, and arranged for the Piano Forte as well
i will
JULY next, this Line be
have learn that as for other instruments. He intends lo
yet to intelligent glass. deceased notice i ii hereby given that I have taken keep
.Catb; ,)Iic< of ihis country have; any plrlicu-1 .- run regularly in TWO-HOUSE Terms of subscription daily, $2 00 from the Honorable Court of Probates said constantly on hand a selection of the most fashionable
AND HER: SI'OUH-A! : ST.GEThe undersigned, havin the
QUEEN contract -
: and his
lar sympathy for such establishment county Letters Testamentary upon the same and pieces prices per copy, shall be
ever well think of the religiousdoctrines ,I Frenchiper[ gives an illll' lr llillll of domestic to carry the Mail on this route intends togiveeveiy u u weekly 1 00 that all claims will be barred it not presented moderate to suit the times ; he also oSen for

they may '''IIIIIt'rs I II the Knshsli l court. The facility to Travellers who may wish to Office No. 375 Water-street. within two alter the date of this advertise sale Piano Fortes of the most approved make ;

of taught in them, or of the purity royal husband having Si all lun' er at a fete take this rout-, by; Columbus, Ga., North. JOBS BLOW-MY-NOSE-OFF ment. years MILTON N. SCOTT. he is prepared to repair and tune Pianos, and put

individualt ('Ollllf'CI".t'IIIt ili"-iji. If found the door G; lUll >ta4a;, the best of tearns and obli iny; them in perfect order he also begs leave to
do. I
than; he was requested 10 23 1547. Editor. Apalachicola July 24, 1S47. 252m"PERSONA ; say
tluiy have: we are.fre to rooO-s, > 11.\ <. which he and his royalspouse n.rs.111 always be provided; and in a word Ausii't that he is ready to give instruction on the Piano,

tiot.rfl "re of opinion 'hi ; ..\ of ihe :apartment him. He I every :.Un111 be taken to ive satisi.ictmon (m- having business with the undersigned I Violin Flute, Guitar and all the different Brass

"tile to do with such estabhshm. occupy" closed against; silence. periiilhmi1tirii<* the season of lii/h water) to DR. L. FEUCIITWANGER'SRat t during his absence from the State will i Instruments, such as Dusle. Cornopean, Saxhorn,

[Louisville De-liberal. (-.ills; -no answer. He begs-ihe same tho;o \v.o! may choose this routeorth.. I Mouse & Cockroach Poison. please apply to Anson Hancock Esq. i. Trombone ic, and offers ro teach his pupils at

I AI Ust impatient, he remounts his Th.t;. e' will !leave Chattahoochee every I I TillS very efficacious remedy for extermiru- WM. SYDNEY GREEN. their residence. Those \i i..hiig to tfbtain his

GUAT: RUSH FOR JH"K TocK.The'1l'lol.sur carriage and drives to the casile of Cl rinuiini. TUR>):Y and FRIDAY, at 0 A. M. ; arrive immediately if a proper application be July 26, ISH. 29-lt services, will find him at all times (except when

( t the stock for ihe I Iron Hank crinteij j\ : ((1)) where he goes to bed and sleeps at Fort G ones next dtby 12 M. Leave Fort made of all of the above named annoyances. Hi i< on a visit professionally) in his niusicrooa it the
I in I the rjti.1. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY, Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very extensive having business with the understsrn- Atluftitum Commerce
the of I the t1II II. Awakening every street.
1 1o sleep j just PERSONS
by the last of CCJlJIlf icilt.
legislature for its invariable destructive call on Mr. WM. S- DAM-
at I P.1 celebrity pro- "
arrive at Ciiattahoocht-e next days. Order f Muic Instruments
he has I the Duke of Wellington ; 'r or will mee! with
,
he located near the north-west corner of I morning : >)y 8 P. M.PerintH perties to that order of insects. For sale by EREL as I shall be ab-ent for a short time to a attention. H. BERNREUTER
'hat Str te the 3d instant at called to him, to whom he says :. "My J. C. ALLEN of the state. prompt ,
l Druggist.
were opent'11; on [ travelling from Col'imhus, Ga.. via August 14 distant part Professor of Music.

*'ew Haven, and in a few hours, stock amounting Lord, I pray your Or.ice. to go see the '"'oil G.ii'ies: Blalcoly Chaftahoochee Quincy to Jmy n. FRANCIS KOPMAN.! Apahchicola July 10, IS 17. 26-tt

to about 8200,000 was subscribed I Queen on my b"half, and say that I relish Pdlahassee, will find this the most expeditious Panacea.
for, when and these ple.is.mtries very little. She i is Queen. route. and SWAIM'S Panacea just received NOTICE-Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is mydulv Lamp Gil

Ill i said only that S 100,000 was required ;beenSUbs.rjbpJ I know it-aud 1. in public am but the least T. D. WILSON[ Proprietor. HOUCK sale by agent during wy absence from O F the best quality, fcr summer use, fer salo
j 8300,000 would have
> bad iiernrissicn been given. of her subjects, but I claim! to be King in Qiitiey, June 26, 1517. l'Sl-ltn June 1-2 H. F. ABELL. the State. [JulysI] E. McCULLY. by [,ply 17] J. C. ALLEX.r .


.. -- ..

S

.
'''
"-';"



.







,

< .,. '
# ._
I
.5- -
.
- ''




.- .-.," .'''=' hA .. .r14R 1i I T 1r- .1
., -, -" .-' or.-- "W'1JI..
L
iti III .:

i".1



____ -
-, ,-. -
---- --- ; .
-
-r- .-- -. - ---
-- -- -
7














__ --- .
L -
i- -:- -=-_=--:!_- .- --= .- - F ES ARRIVAL OF

: NEW ORL&5TYP- FOUNDRY AMENDMENTS THIS! CONSTITUTION 1Lrga! :oterr. t iJ-"Mf icnfJiJfCi iOC- lJurJhttrJ1J_ilJfCtttor1._ --- Drugs, medicines, Paints, Olh
--
--
--
FS.OISIDA --------- I'erfinnery '
AND OF THE STATE OF rC-Stll.r, t.
Printers' Furnllilii7 Warehouse.vXo. THE' WESTEKX: : CIRCUIT I P. LI. Nourse, H. B. Stone[ II. W. Uroolts.N Charles Rogers John \ll1nn. Eugene W. Rogers. THE undersigned returns his
SECOND
PROPOSED ..xn.GTUF.D TO UY THE ; I thank
fc Co.. y Chas. Ko ers A;; Co.,
Stone
17 Cl1lal.drat Row. SUDJECT TO THE OF FLOIIlA. Olll' e, to his friends and the public for to
r.r.-r.It.I.iiEtnLY;
I undersigned be* leave to announce to \CriO.V or THE NEXT OEXERAI.ASSEMBLY. IN Franklin Circuit Court.IN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, r e coMMissioN MERCH AN TS, It liberal patronage, and begs toinft1'

TilE' and Printers, that they have t'-- | CHAXCE11Y.Arabella No. 16 Water street, Water street, that be 1 is now receiving an addiricl\.

tablUheJa complete lId extensive TYPE FOUNDRY Dec l 1-2 Apalachicola, 1 Fla.Locklaart dec 12 Apalachicola. al supply which added to hi, (
H. i widow 4 l
Hepburn, -
-- --- -- ---
in: this! city. The Book Letter of this Constitution of this Burton. deceased V GREEJT. C. II. CONNERY. stock, renders his assortment unusually i-'r
.In .let sj to atiifiitl the Hepburn ,Ifl : YOUIl-, C. A.
cat to order by workmen of Ion.* and complete. English, French,
Founiry was German tt4
mile inAa'jitanli
State ai to extend all fire ir'tilc COiijllifl( COMMISSION and FOftWAHIING Ctrceii & Conncry,
experience and, as no expense was spared too hiIZi citizens of the United Stales r.v. MERC IT A N T S, COMMISSION MERCHANTS American Drugs ; Cosmetics ; Perfumery; fifT *
t1in thrs handsomest laces and to perfect it in I and Irtigti-t I : Glass ware, &c., &c.
tv'iosh'ill !"ree ',ide.l within this Stale one Joseph! L. Hepburn} George O. No. '53 Water street No. 30, Water street.Ar.iCIHCOI.V. are t ftrto
every respect, we will venture to say it will he Physician i Country Merchants! ar.d othen
eltclice franchise. Annie tj: Apalachicola Fla. FA.
tir novQl ,
: if not the handsomest the i/ear, lenulr. lepo'lr terrr.s-all of which
fo lid as handsome, : ri the most liberal hewarnEf"pure
HON 1. Be it ez1zctedbz1 the Senate and ald Carlle B. nr Pelican Mutual/ Insurance Co. f>f JXcic York.CHAS. .
We have also hands
Jailed State a very imca SEC oj the SzfeofF/o. heirs of Burton Hep JERE.MIAU; DAV. DAXIEL J. !.\. and unadulterated..
e Representatives A. GREEN
Agent.
of Flowers and Job Letter of the latest H. F.
-rtment rida in General .is/embltconvened, That the burn, deceased; Daniel K. J. Day &: Co., Dec 5 No. 36 Water street. ABELL
style, to which we would call the attention first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution DOll; the heirs of John COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -_ Wholesale and Retail Drupgjft

of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All I be so amended! as follows, viz: Every free white Peabody, dec'd, whose trustee No. \\Tater'lreet, Jolm S. IIiitcIihiKoii, 45 Water Itr; t.

articles manufactured by us shall be of a material male person of the age 01( twenty-one years and i is Daniel MeDou ald ; J- Bill for Dower. Dec 5 Apil.ichicola: Fa.Gr3 AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT I Apalachicola Nov. 21, 15-15.

equal' it not superior, to any manufactured upwards, and who shall! be, at the time of oiler- John W. Campbell ; Hudson Also, Agents (for the .-Etiri Insurance Co.,' I -
and shall sell at New the Insurance f Co." and the "harton antI Medicines.
at the North ; as we Type Protection Drns
Nathaniel W. '
citizen of the United States and Thornton .
A.
in; to vote, a ; Conn. No. >l Wat--r- si reef.
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage- habitation Hines I Holt[ Sea Insurance! Co. Harlford. THE subscriber t.a., ar.dtill
who shall have resided and had( his Thornton ; ; -- ----- Solicits patronano. \p vi.ACinror.Fa..
abode John I 1. 1 Howard --------------------- constantly haven handa
in Jones crirrassortment
ment.We domicil, home and place of permanent I. b"r Ilai'iM'r iV aiolines,
now prepared to manufacture BRASS I"1S,. 1'. f'll.GENERAL 'ioi' of DRUGS; ard /
are Florida, t for one year next preceding! the election a'llll'I\ml, Cary, trustees of COMMISSION M EUC HANTS It [
RULE and TYPE ot any mjjiiituJ; < with prompt. I IneI. at which he shall ofler to vote, and who shall, at James; P. Calhoun & Charles nlso, (. I ;11:1Fun: [ ( ; \\':\ I: IIJX! (; ACOMMISSION : ( s ES, which hew ill n arrant rci.; '

We would also particularly call the attention l Hiss composing the late the MERCHANT: and ol the best ijnality. Crnntn
purh time and fr six months immediately( preceding L. ; .1ZeiI for
of Printers to our LEADS, having an en domicil firm of Calhoun & Rass No. 50 WaterLrtrt.. Merchants I'Lnti-is; "In} firat
said time, have had his habitation ; SUN MUTU-NL INSURANCE COMPANY, t
tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled William I Dec 5 Ap.il-K-lucnl.i; ; FI.I. to their adv tJIla!(' tc I cdl I 1, e.Kirrire ai.o1 r"
home and place of permanent abode in the county Willia'-n IowlmL; of ICilN of .\;-io York, ------------ l pnet [
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents in which he may ot1i'rto'ole, shall be deemed Sloan ; DIC.1 Me No. l Water street. I*. ,V. Cnllea, Goods, tetijie lnr'II1I g t I.I r-;(.

for th-J sale of the Napier Washington, and a l'la1ifieJ'oter at all elections under this Constitution gild Mordicii Myers D'm.\\ Dec 12 Auahchieoln, Fa. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION N. B. Physician's presrriifi[ | ut np)

Smith Presses, which together with Chases and none others, except in elections by Pi i ignee of George \V. Ross, 1 IEnCII.\\'T. care and accuracy at any lit nr t f l.r tr] cn.n
Case*, Composing Sticks, "Furniture, Ink, and Daniel McDoufjild Win. CJ. Porter *V Co. : J. C. ALLFS .
general ticket in the State or District prescribed abnkrnpt: ; -
Sfilieifs share Public
other article in the Printing bui- 1 DEALERS INT ((;\)0)AXfJ COMMISSION a of Palronn .
every retired have March 21 C< r. Cntre at.d C
Lawrence > flfl.CTCC
will be l hand and furnished at by law, in which cases; the elector l must ; Joseph & ME II CHANT.. Oct 21 I :pr.CIrrCOL.VA.? sIs.
ness, kept o-i: ,
Branch
William H.
015.
of the State next -
resident one ;
been a year preceding ---
mintacturer's price the election, and six months: within t the Hrockonbfoujjh and the Hank: No. 41 Water Street. Cooke tV -iJI'l; i-; I -
Editors and Printer wishing to establish a Dec .1 Apalaohicola, Fa. COMMISSION: MKRCHANTS: ./
election district in which he offer.* to vote : Provided of Pens-acola, J .
Job (O.lkv will be furnished No. l.JSt. Charles Street 1$1
Newspaper or Printing That no soldier! e-unan! or marine in the Defendants.I t>. i:. wood
with estimate in detail for the same, regular Army or Navy of the United) Stale*, un- T apieirin; : to the :.li.f\clitH' of tie! .In Ue of COMMISSION I AND F 0 R W A R D I NO A\DUEW S. COOKE. AMOS Honard .
by statin? the: size of the paper or the particularstyle lts he were a qualified elector 01! this State previous this Court, by (the aflilivit I (, the Complain MERCHANTS[ fph! S. : \

and q-mtity of work t'i; l b.' e\e
(>r3- The proprietors of newspapers who will isnda marine in the Regular Army or N ivy ol the named d-i not reside within the Western Circuit Nov. 2*, HI''?. Apal.ichiooh. Fh.. Ed .llcCnlly, I Wn'

publish this advertisement <*i\ month*, and United! St'>!e->, or of I the revenue service shall) be ot the State of Fforidi, but within I Hie united

piper to our oflice: weekly, will be piid for thea considered a resident cf the State in consequence States of America; that is, that the Defendants. ALVA WVMK, WM. A. fCKF.XZlr AUCTIONEER _

Iwrtisemsnt i y purcli min.z six times the amountofadvcrtisin ol/ being stationed within the amc.; Joseph L. I Hppbirn[ resides in the State of Texas; Wylie .SCOMMISSION Ii;!{enzi<>, Office No. ;Water ?tn'c.I.

bill in Type.GREEN Passed Senate, December! 1, IS If). the !1ill George 0. 1."p)1! in the State of .Missouri I f M i EItC .A NTS f.'Jan Iff \p.dIhit'oa.: : Fa.E FOR the mire cf Di-pppMa; rr f frrit-rfstirn. EI:
co.t..y '
; & ., I D. II. MAYS;, President! Senate. ; the said I Hepburn! and Caroline: No. 1-2 Water street, }. llllfcrrfUCTOX ;- 4 and ncrvoin H headache, t'on>tipaficB,
: 22, 1"J7. 1 I't-'.!-n 17 Canal ..t. : *\\'. Senate. B. I arid t the said William [lowland, : Diarrahaa G.;flIt, Riuiitr.i.fixn: (irate
)
1 1._Aiinirn. Secretary . Iephnn. Sept. 1,151'';. Ajialuchirola, Fa. AND COMMISSION! MERCHANT.! Hatelenry -
x'rIC P.ieI I nous.iJeceuiucr n u'>, iMd.BUOWN ( State of New York ; the !heirs ot -.------- ---- AND GENERAL: AGENT, I & For sale \ h< le-...tUnr d refafl, !!

A LL :'Iwl are hereby! warned not to ccn- IW/lEIU' ( Speaker I Ho. Hep1. John Peabody, decc3.rd. and Daniel \lcIotmald S. V J. Sehiffer.VhIOE4i'LE EUFA17LA, AtA. Dec J 1-J J. C. ALLEN, Dicsr-4!

Jtract per for receive, or to ship any Cedar Timber : D. PAPV, Cteik..In their trustee-' : the said Hines Holt and Seaborn \ AND! RETAIL GROCER, CC- Cctton bought} on order. --- -- -- -

cut or taken,! from the Lindsot: t the Apalachicola Jones, .Johnill.I llo\\ard and Edward Cary, trustees ;OCJParticular: attention pud to putting family\ Refers to .I'H'j'ant' CoKipoiuid Extract or.

Linl Company: ; there being no permit for .Iff to amend the Contliliilian of this State of Galhoun! & B.1'1Ionlieai; Myers, assignee unboit: I and'I sliip i I stores. R. F. I Hf.i.rEv[ '. Cnbcbs and C'opavin. -

such privilege. Ani 1 notice i is also hereby mi into make lie sei-tioii.? of the leniralIs$- of GelreV.. Ross, a bankrupt, and Daniel Nc. !JO Wtcnlrl'ct, .1. (,I. f>r''II'r.AP, } "I \\ Orlean 1 .. Stands! onrivallwl tcrposiMe !-,
any miu'dtHiiDiialin! tiad vf annual.SEC McDou ald, each reside in the State of Georgia Nlw1 .\p 1.1elicola., Fla. Il'jl. .
given i t''> certain persons who arc known to bnovenjcajed : : MexasM. WYM;: .t McIvKNzrn: 7 ffica'y ; it ptrformHrl1rl'
in cutting and colUctin* a quantity ION 1. lh it {'1l7l'lnllJ/llhe Senate and ; the said John! W. Campbell, I Hudson A. {I. F. AlCll, J.J S'. f Htrnnii.vso.v 1 J I. .\ 'I'J Ct .c CI la. .n are.;. ItYi-no 'unfine.dr .

siid ,/ie ofllfjireventnlivcx of the State of Florid Thtrnlon.lthaui1 ::i. Thornton and Duncan! .__ mont retiic
ot Cedar Timber on the Lin Is of the Company : WlMI. \!.. VNH RKP\ir, n I rA ", or :Ion lit diet.
viz: 0:1: Croiki-land O-lock-viey river*, to 't, in General .J"<('mJI.//J1I"1I1t1, That\ the :McD.Mi-jald!, each reside i in I the Sat: ( Alabitm I ; DCALEIIIN DIUJr1r.DCXI'! [ :', PAINTS, IJ J lL'1 ; is rc"essrv., It \\1/, f '

desist from their unlawful trespass, and not at- aeco-id: cl.ir ecf t the fcuitii I article (f t the Cor.st!itu- (the said Joseph Branch and [Lawrence (1"IL OILS[ [ GL\ slid Timber. The penalties of tion uf this State I he so amended: as to read as follow Branch and! William I I, 11.I I Brock'"i'm: etch reside pared J. ttv, .
teoipt to remjve .1"1)-\ gfi'i.inl rm )ittn"it of Stitinery.Cor. I: : g'o'Jr.4 '
the law will be strictly enforced, ajmit;: all thc -', vix : :d. Tho members of the House ofHeprcent.tti.s in the Middle Circuit of Florida : II is thnefore of Chustirit a.idV..ter stu-i-ts, \ \ %) YDXEY nnEEX ii.-r I \ 1 4I1 \\1 l//i 1 ; c.sre, "]1'(1fe., >
,
shall bn chosen the ijuaiified ordered that the siid: D-fendan's' InTeiiibeforc ,
by .
connected impiiealcl.JO'IPII : : tested pnr.cipit- -
parties, in: anywise or April I 11 Apal ic'nicoln, Fa.If. ; \ 1tP: i ts >
DELAFIELD, voters, and! shall serve for I the term ot two years, named and, every of (Item, a1) appear and CCr: }.Idhe fi.urifl it his resid-nrp! corner of f i \ t;: 4' /f"plln that imti1rIat[ ; IJW

LEWIS CURTIS, from and after the day (If the first election under answer; I the said bill of complaint otherwise the I>. Darileii, Centre and 1 Hi! :;h streets[ opposite[ [ the: Mansion ,N fir.t e.tahli..htd by 'he ;

Trustees 01 Apilachicola Land Co. the amended! Constitution, and no longer; and same shall be taken pro ronfesso against them No. :2 Columbus Huildings, I Housp. Nov S. .1 1/ ehrated lJr .Ff rth.e' '12.

fly their Attorney: thefesiions of the General Assembly shaH be and each of t them in default : Provided this order I D c.rrj, 1 h 1-;. .Apalar-hicnla Fa. 1)1''r.. Cliapnia 6 th..t a coru"tn1tfI; ; ..tT': .

JAMES r.. HE1TNER.AoaUeliir.tl biennial, and: commence on the fourth mday in published' in allY newspaper printed i in thi i ilar:: -ii.i-'i-;- \vonld y-rcdisce a Run' orr-.

... \:iril 21. I 1S >17. "i-St November, in each aJ'NY socoa-1 yeir, or atVKIi Circuit once: week for four months fron: the Beljamin !Sailor, Crj-O.'fice over the Drug Sfon.of II. S. I 1.iwlev, .-!p"\! ai.-l 't'II".do.rable. til'rct, 1 thaI: :ar':\ f.a.1'I.

other 1 times arn iv be prescribed by law.Sec. date hereof. D.tII',1.\priI1II"n., > I I I |jCOMMFSON f [ M E IIC H A N T, (entrance on Clip,'n'tt tr.'tt.) H..id
Cabinet ruraHurts 2. fieitfurth'r enactid, That tire I third GEORGE! S. HAWKINS, No. .1.) Water street-Upstairs house lately occupied; by Dr. Balt/.ell. I h'a'c; i- i" f.n; ; \\ |';::\'.r.tt'i h In it f ',:; '.

TAMES II. COJK, ti-2 I I5n.il.vay, ner Wall clause of the t fourth' article of the Con-titutioti he Jud' e f) the! Western Circuit of Florida.R D.C. I J. I ll"i.. Apalachir-ola, Fh.I" January HJ, l l"lf 2ti1Iv. I iticn." 1 I', r ?.:'" ;>-
J New Y.ir'.c: o'K-rs: f ir :ale, a full anti "air.f''iall read follows ---- ------- ------ I '
street, amended S) that the as : .VXDAI.I. & 1 HANIH, lJ.c 1C .. C'. ALLEN IVit
V. -'I'ed. I:. _
VMNEf FURNITURE sli.dl: l be cho-.cn III-a., f A. Eat'j I
con.iIeteajnrtm.-iitofC 3d. That the Rejire-'fiitatives; on Complainant's: !; Sill j'itor. 2' I-hn I
-- -- -- -- --
-
ail CH VUIS, which he warrants ti be ernl to the lir-t Monday in the month ofJ.'io'>or, in each --- AC TOR AND COMMISSION I I f ATTORNEY) :ANf/COUNSELLOll: AT LAW, I\ '\. .I2EU'SI : -- -- -

a-iy in tha city, at the following; unus'ially' low< and every :second year, from and ifter the I first 111 District Court of the United MERCHANT I Ors!! his services to the public in either: tf the

rate*: election "under, this i amended C.1-tilHlilJI i or on States, for the iVortliera J>is- No. -2 Columbus [Block, above! ca acifieg. .1

Mihj'any Sofas from 2' to Sl" > P"hdo. such other day as may be directed bv law. trict of Florida.IN -._Dee._-o-,-I-:_ft;. .--- ---Apil.nliicoli--- f.'a.f.tHll' He will practice re nhrly in f'rmdin! C.d-! ',I
Ch.tiu" :J I to IJ J do/ Ilcitfiutfurinarte-i That the fifth \ IIR.\LTY.
:
p'r Sec. 3. 1k I .\ DD.-K. Cn.vnr.R-j PKXTT. h'jun and Jarkson Circuit Courts and w.lT I
--
,
d j. Hacking Chairs! from$" 11 S" )each.do. clause the aforesaid article be so amended as to Daniel N. McLean, anll : iitt.i' |
otlae & a special: retainer act as Counsel in .
Pratt (
,
Bureaus ? i t-> S 7i read as f'lll.il.: The Slf. tor'i shall be chosen others, owners of tit! : of the Middle ai-y -\rt\ :.
(
SHIPPING{ & (CO.\I\HSS10N MERCHANTS Western Circuit. He i.l i 1 .No I
w ,
) ;
dj. Cold Tables SlOt.iSTJ ; by the qualified electors for the term of four steam boil .tti'm.ta, I
No. -iO I Water Street arzu.: cases i in flip Court of Appeals at T.i-r:i isee :,
>is.
.1.). Centre Tables, :Sl.'jto$7" year, at the same time, in the same manner! and w. } Libel for Collision.Tlie the
sessions
'> of which he .,
will a1\\ h.
N'V.-2 Fa.ii.
; \
( Ap.da.-hicoh; s *
K French nc1tea3-lS to S'W in the same place where f h"y.lJt.. for members: Steam Mo it Eufxula i.Lfl
--- at. unless
Alsi Feather He )Is, Hair M ittre' .s and Be ). of the House of Uojr t""entatives! ; and no persoa her tackle, apparel and ; li. 3'ayl.M-, present prfvenferl! [bv rApalachicoh -' .
S 1'1';.
pptm r ,
din; of the fhet qualities and at the lowest mar shall l ba a Senator m.oss: he [hJ ;a white tn.tl1. a funtiture.TICE. J COMMISSION AND FORWARDING( -
--
--
---
ket price3. citizen of t the United Iateail: shall have been 'It is hereby! ivo'n to all whom it rmy I M i I.: !iC 1 I 1 VNT A. <;. SATTORNEY l lIlnH ", ---- I uiy-uJfes?! _

N. B. N:> extra chirks! for picking and ship.Fe1)rulry an inhabitant cf f this St ite t fir I wo sears lI'xt lire.cetlin iconcern, that by virtue[ of a-i atta.-h'ii-nt N2 ,> Water-street, i

ping ;his election: an'l I the last year a residi.t warrant of arrest issued in t tie! above cause, I I 5I pptJ I ty A'uh'-iiiroli.! I: AT LAW. ; t; A \ A i> i A A A LRM11'IGE.

27, IS 17. 7-3m of the district or county for which he "liall l he have sei.eth and taken !the atiVe muntionel 1 St.M'ii 1'i'iiici' C3-: OJirpiJ.. -3: C.T!!. fiimHi'm., Rtrildtit", 1 !il', ti: t. t" wi! .oh '>\ e n. >! <-j-:' i >.r ite-
- s i .o >maii
chesen, and shall have attained the age of twentyivcycafs. Hoat E-ifaula' her tackle, ail;);arel uud furniture ] ror. Centre & Ciimrnerce.ttrept. I ton r.f IL\'j\ J.'I'. I" I r.t. .\ :.::42:' I' I'' t. .t
HIID St. Croix Siar wiinr.i.i: vvn riirru.. n:: IN noyr :
, 10 :2) At New Orlens S'Uir' ; to arri'e1I'J i to answer to the libel! l filed therein for dimues DRY GQ'lj15.? .)')\ <. <1 1(1)1',111'D: M.KU _________ _h Ajubrhlroh: ___ __. _-,-_-Fla._ i'es>tili It i I' .1 ,',:., tin! ;; '.t!" .. S. c. 1. lie it Jttrlheffivtcti-d, That the sixth fur( a collision in a came civil 1 and tmritime.- II. K. I I H_< d f.v ;'il \\ I h.. I 1'01\ c' t' i rt .;. : -
sacks Rio Collie 5) d ) Java ; CLOTHING I I ;, &c. Owns,
; rl.iiseof the aforesai 1 Article !h amended as to That the stid i is rct'irni'ilu b-fore t ti3District ;.
a so ; process SUPERIoR l aii> !her H E'tirnt': : : e 11 e. :
oet I !
4'3 !bvs Aromatic T i'ncco! CII.t'lllf"lr.palarl! l"rlh. Fh.. '
., ; : read as flUI'i, The classiiU-ation l of Si-tn- Comt of the United, States for the Xortlr1 ATTORNEY AT LAW in ihocj-.cs: for wi.irh i it inrr.n n f.. .',111 ::1."
a\1
5 :.hft' I Br\'u' : \IJy's; 1 H. R. I
'J '1. \Voon.
(ors, a'I m'dat th'! ; first session of t the G 'itri1 ern District of Florida, at the Clerk'oJic! ot Cx..\YTO.V, R.trbo'jr' C.l1nty.labama.. i.rdv d.',fro>s WORMS AND 1\"jl.lH\TF';
,
2J Sperm Canllus: ; Ti ) b\s urJ'\tSJ.lP; .\.seni5ly held in the year hi 15, .lrtll continue siid Court in the city Apal.nhiioli) OT the! %V!ol & C:). April :>U, !< !V -H ':'!1F;.: WHOLE SY.>TK.M: r, !but: it HI!. ;. ,.'t .

1'JJ' bi's Slnt: ; 5J ke:4: Po.vJnr Oil; L lllclnl.I ; one half of\whom,, as neirly as pos-i- third M-mdjy(17thd\y( 1 ) of M l iy, i in-tant, at in .\ AUCTIONEERS! !! COMMISSIONMEllCH -- ------- --------- ------ -- c3Tri..ortbe( :ult r.h'aldant sire t 1'1: I:'.., '.'

2 ))) Ibs! Laid-) ; 1 L-\l casks N.Linseed i Extra and; Pure. ble, shall be chosen fjrever hereafter biynni.illy A. M., at which tiifie and place the said Cause : .\ X T.-? .fohn Ilillio, PRKVALKNT: : IN TIn: S'IO.M\IM t .\.' j
White J ,
23) kejs of f.lr,11', ProeiJ'd huwrvtr be liearDttod N ). 2 Columbus[ Ihilrli i I IO't. :!, .
POR TER & Ci). for the term ; : is to -: ATTORNEY LAW BOWELS OF CHILDREN r -: ,-'.
WM. G.
For .lehv "
Dec 5 .11 W.iU-r strett.TarrautN and! it hereby de-Ured I that the (term of office at AD'rtl.icliicdia; this 1 l">?ti! d iv of M l iv" 31. \ ..lrhil'"h'i' AI.B\NY, GA.; those i ill bad heaUh. The 11'1t. '- ;. n.;. ;; ,. -?

of tInt chsq of Senators uncxpired at the first t inlhey.-arlSn. Jt'JlI.R1'IVIttS' l. U. tk : "t1 A: Co., : practice 111 the s.>versl Cmirff the vr reat in uhil'hVllrm9 pr- due t lit.: \- -.

ItL' r\'lijceut Seltz.'I' ,election under I he ;aui'-nded l'oi-tituticn: i shall U. s'. Mus'.d.!. CO1tISSlXIhItCIIAXTS[ I 1 ( : WILL -Western: Circuit, at.d Thomas atid ttnd by relieving ir, it U i ir.-i; !Mt: I 1,1. ( :\ -r '

.-ltCI'iellt. 'extend to, and expire c-i, the fir=t Mondjy in by II. R. TAHI/JR, D. M.Miv'2J r. No. 13 \'.'. .-r Street, Stcwait coti.;sties remain in the! bodIt }is It tr:: '. u-:, .'- rt.ion .

RENEvVED I and an in\.ioritEt1 October eighteen hundred' and fifty. t '' l7. lltfI'VLiIliiI Oet.' l. Ajnliciiicola.! Fa. I Au!. ', i'l. 31-tf the s-.tein, and the healrii:,} I I t: e r* rt- !
HEALTH .! S.'I'. j. He it further enacted, That the l firt -- ----- - I ahva\-,improved its when
: conlitinn of !K> .V produced .1 C. Allen -- _= -- by use e\u. ro \it> rear
'= -
election for .\ ..e'nblvmen1II.ler this amended Circuit COllI'f.STATE h : I
di.ocovpred.The .
EFFERVESCENTSELTZER '
bv the ue of TnT'S 'Wlto!. -f. and : t
IJi-tail: 'aler in
: : muler-i'n' i !
APERIENT.This : Constitution, shall take '. con the t first .Monday OF FLORIDA DltUt'i:. MKuiriNKs, PAINTS, OILS, LrDWf.nrF.CTOP.The: of Lumber, '( I' Canadian Vermifuge i in i iv 2."> cet.ts .

preparation is universally allowed to be in Octobti! eighteen hundred i nd fort j-'i. ht ; hirlcs: Biriurti'lbil' GLASS, flltEShLES\c.&c. for the County Franklin om'rhi bottlf and is much more easily aduuziioUrtd'
,
and( the first session of the General .Assembly under Adams, Go inre W.Barnard services to other.f'rrpared.
of the for alo!
diy that
the most popular; remedy present the public in cap.icitv.and will attend! to all
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious this amended. Constitution" shall commence: on ant: CharlesLirkm i .l "fll'rrtl apartment of duties appertaining t( lid! only by JOHN WINER fc Cc., !'
appointment.CORNELIUS
ail Liver C.mp1aint'n'o Weakness I II ad. the fourthI'r.t1ty i in November, in the year : rrh.1lt I Attach'iinnt.tradingunlerthe liOOKS.P.LVNKSSTATIONERY, Vc &c. Maiden: Lane, Ness \'r>ik.II. .
eighteen hundred anI 1 t forty-eight. firm j.Suin sworn tojil.jl'J I 00. cor. of Chesnut & Comm'rcistreets.. ( GRAPY.; F. APELL -
ache! Hsirtuurn, habitual Costit cues*, &c. March-22} Is I jr.. AapnJ.sn
Travellers and residents in warm climates will Passed SmalelJecember i'2, IS 1.I 1. of U tri: irtI, Adams I Damages -> J'JJ.. 1 lice I .\11 d_iHiicol.i, Fla.K. 9 f r :\I"ddrc"I: };
President Senate. & Co." ;
) H. MAYS,
--- ------- -- -- -
find it a desirable article ; it prevents any accumulation S. nawlt
1 1. AncHER, S'crd.lry of Senate. vs r, IhIiiIith1tflr' Xotirt( I The Great CcmadsaiiixKirs U'UI'dy
of bite, i is portable, and the method of ] FACTOR AND CIfIIO1IERCII.XT[
preparation i is unusually' convenient. Children Pl sod Hou-eof nf-p,., IX-c. '.'0, t 1SK John D.ll.rIlI' -- -- ---- -- '\' ncToiML SYIIIP
No.
have frepent' occisii i for gentle and cooling UUHEPtT' BRO\VN, Shaker Ho. Reps. r I: Defendant and all others interestedill( Dc 'i \\rater..lreet dachicola, Va.ty4tly NOTICE-SV! mr'i'h, !,* fr.r date, I will :-I! II OF HOin-HiL'M ELhl'AAII'ANE.:

pnr.itivcs; they will t.tke this aperient in preference 1l. D. P.VPY Clerk I 1l") J.C Reps.Mar.li > notice of the i institution i t of t lieaIve Ap t I Hilt Jiid.e ..I Piobates tor [ Lnri\"tIt'd! for he -i't'C'ouiii?, L od! ., Aa lttr.a.i'lrr'lI

to any other Sold) wholesale! and retail b\ 1::1, 1" n. D-0n suit by attachment returnable to the December! A::: Jones, County, for i final dis<-! .ircro from the Administration t tIC n.d, \\hitepi!!g f't ote i I t. I dF.lJI.

F Nor 5. J. C. ALLEN, Iru.ist, &c. '( Term, Ir; 17, of Franklin Circuit Court and vilIapmear GROCERS \r (CI1rT1fmltCIUXT[ [( ;, ot the estate of Donald Campbell, late of- ty cf I'reHlluncr. I'leun.-y, C'on.-nuition[ ,
Slat of ( H'Hlt.
and plead, thereto, according to law. No.V.itertri't. sid and all Direase of the Luns?
---------- deceased.NET.
Ii'iis & .Hiiilcciiics. COUNT01" FRANKLIN.BY CARRVWAY SMITH, 11"1 .") Apil.ir; .hiroli.! Fa. county, J.\ Bronchitis, a dioease that i is -ui-rf: >ing thell'
subscriber has just received recent virtue of the puwv-r vested in me by law I Plaintill"slIorlll' -- WILLIAMS, Aihmn'x.Apalarhicitia. sands to a premature grate iimUr ihtC lIal1lt cl
per i ) .1. II. A .1. .. .
hull JiTtn'.ri
TilE : i, r 1317. .
JlftmNO
from Ne.v York, a full and complete 1 cvpose for sale l.ilore t the Co'irt I Ilo'ise Apalachicola, April 1 1S17. aprill7 li-ltn FACTORS Uanic[>tu>ncan be cured by 1-. .iig this aeChile.
Cl\nl[- :
& sUlEltCHXT..
stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Quinine door, i in the city of ApilachiCdla, Franklin i county -- -- --- -- TICK.-Six months after publication Cl I .

Hyd. de Potas.ii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine, (ill Monlay, the t went} -fifth day of October Franklin Circuit Court. No. l-i Wafor. street, notice application will be made to the For several year paot tit,, in Ji-'iri.! ;r.l3bt

Murrate and Sulph. Morphine, Luner Caustic, next, at t the usual hours of sale, so much of t the 1). K. Dodge, ) f'dl'2 \i \I.OHICOI.F \ 1 Hon.[ Jnd.e ofPrtibites for JI'kon cnui.ty, ti1t.11 in u v :in C.n'td.lyIIt..ft.> if l b.- I". I'' r P .' n< 'h! a

Chloride of Gold and So Hum' Calomel Jalap, lands Iv ing opposite the city of Apalachicola and l vs. v IN CHANCERY. I HCNJAMIX HI.MSOX.: \\"II.I.I."r0)11.; flout iotllement t of t llieadmiiiKtrarion, c-J I the estate ly knewand H f..>n..idtrid f''i- -I Ir n.t ,f"

Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pnlvr. and Root. Sen known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as James Watsn, (t al. ) IS. BIIison
na, Epsorn Salt, Bachn Leaved, Cantor Oil, will be sufficient to mk" the sum of Three I Hundred 1). Iv. Dod. e, } COMMISSION I I MlItuilAxi's cotnty. 1':1.2.Pr.llS.: ouccesbif' h.>: ttN-i d. d if- 0?' II. r* at \.n:'

Scidlitz Powders, Soda Powder, Sulpher, llowc and Seventy Dollars: and costs, for the vs. >, Bill for Partition. -i\i> nru.Kits: INDRY February I, 1'-';. ;-limdrllili tratCl\. I IVfO 1 try, and the nutra tinlv WI .
anl: role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes, amount of the Stdte \'.-' due from the Apalachicola D. McDonald; d. al. ) I GOODS; GROCERIES I : I IIARDU'ARE 1 I have bpt'n ('l.t.t.fb! > it, has ii dmtors -* Ii If.l' f'rl rlfo

Calcind atmi Curb. of Magnesia' Gum Camphor, Land) Company; on the additional 'qum-, ; : W. ROSS having filed a petition on TlIC E, HOOTS, SHOES.( HATS, TICE.-Six months alter date I will apply I to introduce it inlo the I I'niinl Stairs, c<*

Flax Seed, Birav. Also a 1 Ilr. ,, supply of assorted tity of a'!.ssable linds lying i in this (county, and GEORGE t April, lSiipraying| to have a certain CAPS CHANDLERY, CROCKERY,&SHIP i > to he I Hon. Probite Court of Fnniklin i tldent of i ils being the} mo-t sale and \alujb!
Glass Ware and a general assortment of liable to Tax for the )year one thousand eight hun amount of money now in Court, belongns! ; t ti) \tLertrcet.; c. County for a final discharge from the administration :; ever li-covtrfd, and adapted to all; disea d

all articles in the Dru; line. For sale by I dred aId forty-five. defendants, appropriated; } to the payment ot his -Tan 23: __Apd icrm-ol.i. Fa. of the estate
June 12 II. 1,'. A Br.r.r.. JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said defendants said county, de *tasttl.JAS. perform their natural or ha.-ty :LctIn. dertir. t.

and ex-oficio Tax Collector for Franklin! Co. ; and Ihe matter having, been referred I]. J. iair
ifiiii'msuiidNSARSAPARILLA Apalachicola April :1, '17. \5'mnl'etei' \ me a Spl'ci:11b just received, fflp. by {jCOdice, No. G Columbus 15uildin, 1 *3 citempnt when 'xC'rs"iH', all.ivins arrlt.I ,
:
the
I after 30
AiilibilliousI'ills. I
; Vegetable upon same, having f given days
11. F. ABELL. J.im; ( I'a.I .
Ap.il.ichicol.i.
j
: S'-rencssand and! ,>dilv reo(
notice by publication! in the paper It is therefore Saratoga; "Vatcr. pain spe itd part iig

Trusses, A FRESH supjdv, jtht received for saleb)r ordered that; said George W. Ross the d fclI- Itohm'lh n iV Co., / LT.ItFs ;and Pints, 11".11. l.-r ah'prrl17 yitr ar.iictaotifity to the t\ hole trame. I

and double, for sale by .t1/ April 17 1 ii. and A HELL. 11.101iVatsnn, McJuu.ahl, it. al., and all others I DEALERS f IN H.fUHHF.XI[ SHIP Vv [ ". ABELL.. Prepared and sold, wholesale! and retail.*?

SINGLE 17 J. C. ALLEN. : i interested, to appear before me in i the cit v of I CHANDLERY. IRON.[ STEEL.: NAILS.SPIKES ., ---- --- -- -- JOHN WINF.i: & Co., S3 Maul.n Lace, &
--
. Extract oi"15uclui.WARIIANTED Itiiip Oil. Apalachicola on j the seventh (Tlh) of April next, [ AND \STINGS Blank ISooks and $tatioiii-- ->rv.- York, sole proprietor fir I the r'd'Ht, State

Carpenter for sale by nXTEI-traineda splendid article forsile then and there to present or defend their respective And Manufacturers! of Tin Iron, and Cop LEDGERS[ Journals; Day Bo.ks, &c. II. I.'. ARELL Agent
- genuine, .
. JC.. ALLEN..Stationery. -'V __by--[.j..n3'0')] J C ALLF.N.COLD claims, &.c. per II' tres. Cotton1t'rnnr.IIlIIIt:1. F0oM'| ,, anti'Letter Paper; _-Jan---9- -- -Apalachicok- ----- ,

Pressed C.i3torOil and Saratoga \ CARRAWAY SMITH, Dec 12 Apalachicola, F.I.WM. : Books ; llalsain of Livoruorf.A .
Ship and River: Bills
Master Lading
in
Special Chancery. ;
!
received and for sale by Apalachicn.i! March fi l-sl 17. S-t : \V. -I" WM. W. CUKKVKR.Sisns : : [B-iook* Inr Letter Press. REMEDY most perfect i is said now tob>
;
I BRERS Memorandum, Journals Books, Dav, Fine and Fools) Ca.Cap h BookJ Letter --, April If) __ .II-: F. ABELL._ {tiThe;: hearing of the above matter is po.t- V Cheever, 1)1.ink" Bills;I: 01 Exchange and Checks, xJL discovered in settled Consumption, Lift

Desk Water, Florida Molasses.IN I Pommel! until i I Friday the I IGth i mist. COM14ISION I Al I I'] R C H A N T S, I'Ht i --i\ed I and for sale by Complaint, or any of their incipient stwptc5iin
Pens of description, '
paper every tierces and barrels for sale Apalachicola\pril 10,1S171311 Oilice No. 2t "'atrrtreet.[ .1 I '1"1 i I ll- v ( the Chrono-Thermal s\st-m, by the t'
Pen Ricks, Ink Stands, Quills, Sand Boxes, Envelopes : oy : r. AI t.Lu.For I
decl-2 1 I i Fla.W. Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine,
Apalachicola
B. ( The healing of the above matter is postponed
extensive assortment ELJSOCO. /
itc. Also a very Sah- Frf''
(Jeauine n.-\I. Ln'F.RwoRT\\lllchhe
until i 1 Ihe :'JOlh' June \\I or
Feb -20 -street. t I next.
of School Books of the latest and most apprO'ededitions. __ T. I C. H. B.\I.Lot I 00R! LS. FIUK; 'l) M l k Whiskev pares at 375 BOWERY. This plan of lreatUe
J 1G M2mCcj ;
Apalachicoh, April 17. Worm.Vood ( ; \
for silcby j"sE'r IJ1I: U1VAthciiaiiiii V Hallon / .) ALLEN. I : The hearing of the above matter is post ly Snsnrl; now espoused by several eminent phj
July 17 J. C. C O M M I'IS I IO- '11'I; R CIIA NTS landed from schooner Ann and has secret oft I**
; nowlil Saloon. pOlled until t the TJUth of November next. and for sale been for a long time, t the

Dai-id's A Blaclt's i n"HE subscriber bogs leave to announce to his: Apalachicola, July :{, IS 17. Ollice No. 42 Water :trl'et.-Up :t.iir.s. s' .1', for fdxft, by unparalleled success which has attended Pt'
.L hat he hasbecomesoleproprietorof Jan HJ Apal ichic'il.t, Pi. \liieii2l F.. TONi & Taylor's medicine its wor
ptELEBRATED Black and Red Writing Ink, friends and the public generally, t NOUItSJ CO.LIxrs in performing ff

\J just_ received and tor sale by [ t he.above establishment! Franklin Circuit Court. Tliomas Preston, and Caps by t the rase low for cnVi by cure, which in many, very many ca et.

July 17 J. C. ALLEN. and hopes by proper management and strict attention Barnard, Adams & co., COMMISSION \: AND TORACCOINPlC'L'OR B. I.LISOCO.. bt'en almost incredible, but the conclusive, P'rtj
to merit a continuance of the patronage -- --- .L the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible,
AND HKOKER.
Extract Sarsaparllla. 1
bestowed the John aVnd } In Chancery- FOI' advise all who have or 515111!'
heretofore so liberally upon 1I01'il' Dill Elizabeth f No. 2S Water st.-Ollice second back room. Sal, we may coUghs
SANDS' for sale the dozen or ti
BULL'S & by All persons indebted to the above establishment Ann Dill.IT J Dec 2'i Apahchicola [Fa. I A HUD*. choice N OSu-ar; COlds even, to use this perfect specific wit!

bottle, by J. C ALLEN.Coiilss wi confer a favor by settling with the sub having been made( to appear by affidavit that ---.-- II / ri;0 bids Flour, hyI ddw.I.Franklin says a small IE'3k111 ?Inif'>!

_July 17 (. JOHN B. JONES. the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann S. Iff.: IVickersoii, Ih3 NOURSE. STONED CO. bis ship." Therefore, cure jour conih

Apalachicola April 9, } I3-tf Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida to wit: DEALER IN CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES, -OIL-- -- lour lungs are past cure. For sale by

Water. Window ttA in the State Georgia. It is ordered that pub' HATS, CAPS, kc. SALAD just receivedaml for sale by J. C. ALLEN, Sole ApentDorter frjpalarh'l't'
for sale "
TN pints and quartsjust received H. F. ABEL hy LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received lication he made for four months, in some newspaper No. 1 Columbus flock I HF.._ABELLKay .- a.
I June T.nt J"
12 f'\n.rOXT"
nninp
printed in the city Apalachicola, requiring o4
----- and for sale by D.?c 12 Apalachicola, F.i.Ihluard ISiiiu. V A& *Vi* r't.|
Co flee. Juno 12 I H. F. ABELL.IFailcy's them to appear and answer said bill, else it A FRESH supply Of I A. French's superior BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on cf

will he taken pro con fessa. Bay Hum, just received splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent ;I
inn BAGS RIO, for sale byMiy Tonic Mixture.rnpIIIS : IFcCnlly, and for sale bv "t .
TIIOIAI.TZELL Judge. terfeits signed Gordon Leeds .rrrt
any
: > by J.
J. DAY & co. ( 12
COMMISSION )ml CII.\NT 1 H. F. ABELL.
of AND DEALER
.j fluid
is a valuable compound extract and the publ'C.'
July Q 1917. W-ltn vile dangerous imitations, and
RCAM TAltTAi and Tamarinds, just received L Cinchona and Rubra a vegetable febrifuge IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, jiM OFFATS LIFE PILLS AND PIKENIX cautioned not to purchase or deal in if.U I

C and for sale by for the cure cf Fever and Ague. Sold by R OSE and Lavander Water, for sale by No. 50 Water street. nIl[ TLRS, just received and for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right 13wl.

April 17 11. F. ADELL.4t June 12 II. F. ABELL. July 17 :: J. C. ALLEN. Dec; Apalachicola, Fa.a. Nov QS II. F. ABELL, Druggist- March 21, 18-16. 12-ly


.



.





.






.

IL\ .

._--I. ---- _.-:1.:.__
.. .-- .- :- --- : .- .. -
-
0 -- .- .. ; t'I .-
.T- 'It1. --
y
_
.
; ". .
"
A -"t.'
; ..'.J- . .. ,_. ,- L ": ,. -
: 'I'Ir ._ .-_ !
"
Ji
'. o -- 1 .
,
'..o. .- -
.
'- _2 --
w.
: