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LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTION. ET NOSTRA PATRIA.-


VOLUME V.] APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1847. [NUMBER 34
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S W. G. I1. DAVIS, Editor.
)fice, TThird Siorv Baltzell's Buildings, corner of
(omninerce and Chesttl .ti streets.
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i,;,, pri. '.- rlre ,).llars per annum,
.- i i i1v,,'e, ,r 1.),i 3 if paid within six
y .. i,,it' -,,,or )q '' if paid thereafter.
q,, .it,)-crlilJoii taken for a less term than six
I; ,,iII;- lid 82 wil! invariably be ch.-ir .d for
1 .1i .,ii. .J ,) paper will be disconiimei ed until
i ,,'- rites are pidi nles t the opion of the
a^ --'^^''^ r'irentslil<. -One-vquars(t we've tlnei
} '."-.. will be inserted at the rate of One Dol-
;'r o. r lthe first, aid Fifl't Cents for every subse-
...ment insertion. "
; 'o tho-;il who advertise by the year a liberal
hi 'ouint will be made ; but dall adlvertisenints not
:trKtll pertainingt t. h their own b in -;, a well
."' r all le6al .d. v.rti;,,nient_ .ent i' by them, will,
hr ,!, irr,?. if thie tii -,Il r.ttes.
k f All I.,.zal .,..-..n.nts must be paid for
in a.iv.mee.
S rie D.)Illars ^libe charged for announc-
t.i ,.n di, l ,te. '.. .--1. '.-. .
1- X 1 i.-,,i-rti e ,? ,ta w..n',, distance thu t
ie -.i ,).n ii,.?'l vii t ii _!i, or city reference,
,. inr,re insertion. '



_p. i. Nourse, H B .-one, H \V.Bi-ooks.
Nourse, Stone &Co.,
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S. No. 46 Water street,
( Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fla.
Lockliart & Youling,
'. 0 N f M!I SSION and FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
ho nv21 Apalachicola, Fla.
Jl tEMIAH DAY. D.NIEL J. DAY.
J. Day & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
e- Atso, Agents for the 2Etna Insurance Co."
:he ',, Protection -Insurance Co." and the"Hart-
)rd In -urance Co.:" Hartford Conn.
S Harlpei' &c Htollie,
Hfa ~ P 110 H tlan ,9
COMMISSION 1MERCHANTS,
AgentMt or the
-UN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of ..Vetr York,
No. 51 Water Street;
Dee 12 Apalachidola, Fa.


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>D. Bf.. Vood & Co.,
..OM 1ij I S-I )N \") F 0 R IV A RDI NG
I.nC'(.l-\vNTS,
No. 7, C.lnrio., Row,
Nov.-2S, 1846. Apalachicola, Fla.
LTVA WYLIF, WM. A. MfcKENZIE.
Wylie & TIcKenzie,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
.; Sept. 1, 1846. Apalachicola, Fa.
S & J. "Schiffer.
WkHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
j- Particular attention paid to putting up family,
steamboat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street, -.
Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.
H. F. Abell,
WAOLESA.L-E A.VD RETAIL,
" ELER IN ORUGS, 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,
Pee. 20, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.
B eijaiin Salter,
'COMMISSION MERCHANT,
.. No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Oec. 1,1845. Apalachicola, Fla.
-'ALBEiRT DODGE. C--HALES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
DIPPINGG &, C-> X MISSION MERCHANTS,
P No. 40 Water Street,
Nov '2 Apalachicola, Fa.
," H. R. Taylor,
C, *-V MISSION AND. FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
,- -1 ... No. 22 W ar,.:r- street,
'.. ,,qi'2 .[ f v Apalachicola.
SFrancis KoplinalI
WHOLAESALF INf)D RE'TATT. U T. ER TN
ORt--GDiDS. Ri)OOr. -oUES, H.LU S, AND
C.OTH [NG, i&ce.
Soeti CWestnut-Street,.Apalachieola, Fla..


Cooke & Horne,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 13, St. Charles Street,
New-Orleans
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMOS HORN.
feb S.
Edward MeCnlly,
AUCTIONEER,
Offic-u.o.5.0Q Water street,
Jan 16 Apalabibcol'a, fa.


l9rofrSmonal 1otifce*


A. G. Senitimes
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- Office, No. 2 Capt. Simmwn's Butilding,
cor. of Centre &, Cqmmerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicolay. Fla.
E. I. Cwellsy,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,'
CLArYTO,. Barboni County,. Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf


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ANOTHER LETTERiI' FROM MVlA.JI. iDOWiN-
ING.
ON THI ROAD TO THE WAR,
AUGusT-. 1847.


In the mounted drill he was the same'
At a command to the right," he was just
s likely to turn to the wrong as to the right
ide. As to mounting a horse according to
he manual, he satw no use whatever in
hat; and provided be could climb up by
he cantle/of the saddle, was perfectly satia-
ied.
In truth, Jackson was very stupid. He
buld hardly be taughtto keep his arms and
ccoutrements in order, and' could never
execute the first movement of the sabre ex-
rcise without the most ludicrous blunders,
nd, if mounted, danger of cutting off his
lorse's head or ears.
Although, after he had been two years lai
service, with three yeare.yst to serf iJeW We
utr" down, "by. everybody, .as 44 nUai -
1 good for nothing"-a Worthless append-
ge to the corps; for he had even been.
tried on various kinds of extra duty, and,
ailed in all.
The captain had marked Jackson-be-re,
;arded him as an anoPmaly-not exactly an
dibi, yet seeming so very near one that the
dividing line was hardly perceptible. He can
never be fit for anything, thought the cap-
ain ; and he meditated the discharge olf The
mpracticable dolt, as a "nuisance to the,
ervice." -
A strict drill officer, the captain required -
every man to do his duty. When Jackson'1' .l
was on drill, the captain's order to marcH,
generally ran as follows:
"COLUMN, FORWARD !-Corporal West.*' .
give that man a kick to start him-mar'th. .-.
Corporal West, accustomed to his dIty ; -
usually by a kick, properly dealt; ha1 given -
Jackson an impetus forward, by thig..time
he command "march!" fell, fro6h the.
captain.
Jackson had, as time flew, been three
years in the company, wheb a inarch to the
prairies was ordered. In the range of that
animal near the Arkansas, it beaine ani
object with the command to procure a sup--
ply of bufald meat, and:every day details of
men were made for that purpose.
The captain himself, on one occasion,
thirsting for sport, went out with the hun-
ters. They had been out some three or
four hours, when Jackson, hib horse nearly
at full speed, and his carbine unslung, tas
dashing past the captain towards aherd of
buffalo at some distance;across the plain.
"Stop, sir!" commanded the captain.
Jackson instantly reined up. So far ashe
knew how, he had learned to obey-the first
lesson of a soldier. The captain was.inclin .
ed toj be religious, but now he was betrayed
by excitement into the use of naughty lan-
guage.
"What the devil are you doing here?"
he demanded, fiercely.
Hunting buffalo, sir."
"Hunting buffalo! D-nation! Wha
told you to hunt buffalo ? What business
have you on the plains?"' "
"The sergent detailed measabhunter,-sir.t"
"Thedevil he did! Welfthesergent's a
fool" continued the captain, growing'war-
mei and iwrbise betriayd: What gan 9r.
do here? Do you ever expect to kijl ia uf-
falo?" he asked, almost with a sneer.
"I've done so, sir, this morning," replied,
the soldier, touching his cap.
What-you've killed a buffalo? Take
care sir-don't lie to. me-take care! -The
thing's IMPOSSIBLE!"
Indeed, captain, it's true. I've killed
three, and have a three months' calf tied to
the leg of the last one."
Is it possible 7', .
"Yes, and I'd have killed one of those,_
four just back [in the last hollow, if Iyu
hadn't rode up and scared them away." .
The captain was more than astonished--'-
he was thunderstruck. The stupid, wdrth-
less soldier suddenly appeared in a few light;.
His genius had peeped out-he was develo p*
ed. ....
"Well, iell," replied the .'captain, "'go
ahead-goahead-kill all you can'; rmglad ,
you can do it-you're fit for something--- ,
discovered it by mere accident; but-every*, "
man; I suppose, is made for something-fy-g.--
ahead-you can earn your rations now.,TorrA, U
few days, at least-you're good for noghinvg-' -
else, but you're .0OD .FOR BUFFAI.bO" 'w -
[ISt. LouisReveille/ '"

WOMEN SiTRONGER THAN 0Ell,.Y--It 'is
related of a certain 11ew England divin,.' -
who florished not many years.,ago, and :
whose matrimonial relations are supposedf1 ;t ,-,
not to bavelbeen ofIhe most agreeable kin-"" :i'.ne
that, one Sabbath morning, while reading',-:
to his congregation the parable of the sopf.1,""
per in Luke xiv., in w-hicj o-cr-rmtrryrip ~.
sage,-'and another said I hate ) ught'" .'-..
five yoke of oxen, and I go to prove.them;"'.*
I pray thee to have me excused; nod anoillhe
said, I have married a wife, .and therefore
cannot come,'-he suddenly paused at.the'it
end of this verse, drew off his.spectacl's,
and looking arofind on his hearers said with ;l
emphasis, 'The fact is, my Bretherb, onei' :
woman can draw a man farther fromtfie''.*
kingdom of heaven, than five yoke of oxze' *'*


FA stump orator out west wishing""
describe his opponent 'as a soulless man, di
it"in this wise: '1 have beard, said .e; .
some persons hold to the ooiniddthtt
the precies instant after one hunian.be',irg
dies, another is borf; and that Ilie soulf the
deceased enters and animates the hbiv' born";
babe. Now I have made particulairand ex-'
tensive inquiries concerning nmy, oppbbfiatr
there, and I find that some hours pr&yi0oUs'
to his nativity, nobody died! Fello*W citi--"
zens you can draw tfhe inference.'
WOMAN'S EVIDENCE.-Mothfier opkiis'"
told me t-hat she heard Green's wife' say,'
that John Glarie's wife told her, that'Cait.,"
Weed's wife thought Col. Hoplkins iile'bt- -
lieved that old Mrs. lamb recon1t1ithert'
Samuel Dunhaum's wife had told Spa-ii'-
ing's wife that she hteiid Gr.arLbyG--ohkosha,
that Mrs. Partingtoniwas nwa better i ty
,she shout bv.!


of the two last words the President was
saying.
"Mistakes and blubiders!" says Mr.
Richie, says he; what, have you got some-
hing more of Scott and Taylor's blunder-
ng Mexico ?
Nothing more to-day says the President.
I was only telling Major Downing how their
blunders there have come pretty near ruin-
ng the country, and how it is absolutely
necessary to get the staff out of their hands
somehow or other before they quite finish
the job. I'm going now to try one more
plan, Mr. Richie; but be careful that you
fon't say any thing about it in the Union,
and blow it all up. I tried once to send
SIBenton on for the'same purpose, nnd
has blowed him up. Now I'm ago-
ing to send Major Downing, not as a regu-
lar Chaplain, but as a sort of watch upon
them, you know, to work round and do the
business up before any body knows it. He
isn't to go to Scott nor Taylor, nor have
any thing to do with 'em, but to work his
way into Mexico, and go right to Santa An-
na and knock up a bargain with him. I
don't care what he gives. The fact is Mr.
Richie, the country needs peace, and I'll
have peace, cost what it will.
An excellent idea, says Mr. Richie; an
excellent plan sir. I'm for peace at all haz-
ards, if it is t.o be found anywhere in Mexico
-that is, if we can get hold of it before
Scott or Taylor does. And I think Major
Downing is just the man for it-a true
stanch democratic republican ; and whatever
he does will go for the benefit of the Ad-
ministration. Now the country's shins are
aching pretty bad with the war, if we can
fix up a good smooth peace right off, and
not let Scott nor Taylor have any hand in
it, who knows, Mr. President, but it might
make cur Administration so popular that
you and I might both be elected to serve
another four years? But when is the Maj.
to start?
Right offto-night, says the President, or
rather in the morning before daylight-be-
fore anybody in Washington finds out that
he has got back from Downingville. 1 have
forbid his calling at the Intelligencer office,
and I don't want they should find out or
mistrust that he has been here. If they
should get wind of the movement, they
would Le sure to throw some constitutional
difficulty in the way, and try to make a bad
botch of the business.
The President shot me into his room,
and charged me not to leave the house,
while he sent for Mr. Buchanan and Mr.
Marcy to fix my private instructions. While
he was gone, Mr. Richie fixed me up a nice
little buodle of private instructions too, on
lis own hook, moddled, he said, on the
Yirginia Resolutions of 98. Presently the
President came back with my budget all
ready, and gave me my instructions, and
filled my pockets with rations, and told me
how to draw wheneverI wanted money ;
and before daylight I was off a good piece on
the road to the war.
To-day I met a man going on to carry
letters to the Government from General
cott's side of the war, and I made him
sop a little while to take this letter to you ;
ftr I was afraid you might begin to think I
was dead. He says Scott is quite wrathy
about the Trist business, and wants to push
right on and take the city of Mexico, but
Mr.Trist is disposed to wait and see if he
can't make a bargain with Santa Anna's
met. 1 shall push along as fast as I can,
andget into the city of Mexico it possible
before Scott does, and if I only once get
hol of Santa Anna, I have no doubt I shall
mae a trade.
I don't know yet whether I shall take
Scott's road or Taylor's road to go to the
aty of Mexico; it will depend a little upon
the news I get on the way. Two or three
imes when I have been stopping to rest, I
iave been looking over my private instruc-
ions. Thep are fust rate,especially Mr.
Ritchie's.
I remain your old friend, and the Presi-
dent's private Embasseder,
MAJ. JACK DOWNING.

[From the Boston Times.]
THE BITERS BIT.
Some days ago a story went the rounds
onching a man, who, having presented
flimself in hisshirt-sleeves at the American
Museum, New York, received the loan of a
coat from Mr. Bai'num, and after viewing
the curiosities, sloped with the garment,
thus obtaining a sight of the elephant and a
splendid swallow-tail for twenty-five cents.
This reminds us of an affair that occurred
in 1840, on board the Old Columbus, when
she lay at the Charleston Navy Yard. One
day a long, green Vermonter straggled on
board the frigate, and examined every thing
on deck with curious eyes. The officer ol
the watch, from his bearing and neatness ol
his uniform, attracted the Yankee's notice
< Got a pretty good place here-hey ?" he
enquired.
The officer assented.
"What wages do you get?"
"One hundred and twenty-five dollars
month, .sir."


"One hundred and twenty-five dollars
All tew yourself! Shoh!"
Fact, sir."
"Wall, I wonder if I couldn't get some.
thing to do here myself?"
Oh, yes, you'd make a pretty good mid
shipman."
Wall,_what's midshipman's wages fo
a green hand ?"
"Forty dollars a month, only."
Only forty dollars! Jerusalem! why,
was going, tohire myself out for ten. Bu
where can I be made midshipman on ?-sa,
quick !"
Down below, sir, in the steerage. A
soon as I'm believed I'll see to it."
Down went the quizzer and the quizzed
A bevy of young midshipmen required ni
, prompting to perpetrate a piece of mischief


A spurious warrant was soon made out, and
the green horn, equipped in a splendid uni- A
form,, including an elegant chapeau and a
costly sword, by a joint contribution of the 8
mess. Thus furnished, he was directed to t
present himself to Commodore S. in the t
cabin, and report ready for duty. He was t
told that the Commodore might be pretty fi
gruff-"it was a way he had"-but not to ,
mind it. The steerage being full, the new c
midshipman was to demand quarters in the a
Commodore's cabin; in fact he was ordered e
to take possession of a certain state room. e
The Commodore's black looks and angry a
words were to be regarded as nothing-he h
had no right to use either. Thau posted
up," the victim presented' himse j.t1te- s
Commodore with. p --
Old hoss-how are you !"
S. started-be had come across a rara a
avis. "Take a seat, sir." t
"I kin help myself, old feller-I generally ft
do," was the reply of the Vermouter, as he
flung himself into one seat and crossed his g
legs upon another. t
You are one of the new midshipmen, I d
suppose ?" remarked the Commodore' who, n
from she'first, suspected something, t
I aint nothing' else." i
"Shall I trouble yon for your warrant ?" s
Catch hold, old boy."
The Commodore looked at the document e
and then at his visitor. 0
Who gave you this?"
The fellers down stairs ; and I'm ready
for duty." .
That's enough. Now you can go."
"Not as you knows on, Squire. The U
cellar's chock full-and I aint a going out
of this ere in a hurry, I.tell you now; oh! t
you needn't rare up, old fellur. I see (
what's the matter: you're a leetle cracked
up here !"-and the brilliant youth touched S
his forehead with his fore-finger. I am
going into this here chamber to take a right
good snooze-boots and all by gravy !"
As he was proceeding to execute this
menace, the Commodore took him by the
arm and led him to the gangway. Pointing
to the sentinel, he remarked, mildly, "-Do
you see that man with a musket,-now if
you don't cleair out directly, and leave the
ship and yard, neverto show your face here
again, I'll order him to shoot you!"
The Yankee broke-and in two seconds
his blue coat-tail was seen floating in his
rear, as he dashed out of the yard with the
speed of a flyingjackass.
In a minute afterwards, half a dozen ter-
rified midshipmen rushed on deck, and ask-
ed for liberty to go on shore.
"Young gentlemen," said the Commo-
dore, "I grant no libertyto-day_"
Six young jokers returned to their mess
room as melancholy as mutes at an alder-
man's funeral. They never saw or head
anything of the Yankee afterward-nor the
uniform either.
GOOD FOR BUFFALO.
BY JOItN BROWN.
A strange medley of charatteis, particfi-
larly in the mounted service, is the regular
army of the United States. I know but
little of the regular infantry or artillery,
never having been in a situation to observe
either of these branches of the army.
Occasionally one finds in the ranks of the
dragoons ah intelligent, Well-educated man ;
some one perhaps, who, in a fit of despon-
dency, when cash had run,short and friends
had vanished, enlisted, as a means of living
-a move sufficiently strange, one might
fancy, when "a soldier's business is to die."
But so it is. I have seen such men, posses-
sing respectable talents, and of no very limi-
ted acquirements, serving as private soldiers.
To a stranger, about to enlist," the dra-
goon service seems to present attractions,
superior to those of the artillery or infan-
try, unless, indeed, he be too indolent to
undertake the care of a horse and equip-
ments. There is a "pomp and circum-
stance" in being mounted, which don't
present themselves to a man on foot; hence
the class I have mentioned are mostly, I
think, found among the dragoons; and if
there are several of these characters in a
company, a community of feeling is apt to
prevail among them, drawing them into
friendship and intimacy. In truth there is,
as regards their companies, generally a sort
of esprit du corps among the soldiers, ,simi-
lar to what is observable among the officers
of the dragoons.
There are also men who have enlisted
under the influence of passion-perhaps to
pique relatives; and others who, in des-
perate "sprees," have entered the service,
only to become sadly sober after finding-
what service really is, and themselves fairly
caught.
There is another and distinct class of sol-
diers-men with thews and sinews, but with
f so small a portion of intellectual faculties
f they seem to be in reality but machines.
Instances of this kind can be found in the
service ; individuals not far advanced beyond
the idiot in mental capacity. But however
well-formed, athletic and physically power-
ful such men may be, they are but indiffer-


1 ent soldiers. They're too dull to acquire
any clear noftns of tiilitary science, some
! of which a soldier must entertain, on. he
never can acquit himself creditably.
In one of the companies of the 1st regi-
- ment of United States dragoons, there once
happened- to be thrown a recruit of this
- character, whose fond parents, bearing the
name of Jackson, had given him the Chris-
r tian name of Andrew-a name, in this case.
extremely Mrtal apropos. This fellow was
drilled alone,. but the task of instruction
I seemed almost a hopeless one. Dismoun-
t ted, if ordered to start With theleft foot, he
y almost invariably put forth the tight, and
it was more than hinted that he could not
s tell the one from the other.
"And curse him!" said the sergeant,
. one day, out of patience, "he don't know
o his legs, and hasn't sense enough to, mark
f. 'em !'I


abtninests ittrcto ri


BENJAMIN ELLISON. WILLIAM A. OD.
B. Ellison & Co.;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS TN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
;* CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLER, fc.
24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, Fa.
E. J. Htardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
g" Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
SJan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


MR. GALES & SEATON:
MY DEAR OLD FRIENDS:-I spose you'll
be amazingly disapinted to find I'im away
off here, pushin on to the seat of war, and
didn't call to 6ee you when I come through
Washington. But you must'nt blame me
for it, for 1 could'nt help) it; the President
Wvoulid'nt let me call; hlie said I was getting
quite too thick with you, writing letters to
you and all that. And when he spoke about
the letters, he looked kind of red, and show-
ed considerable spunk.


Roberts, Allenj & t -
-lE:AE1;-c [N IAr Arft=ISHI!
-CRA L r:N, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND .,CASTINGS; ,
And UanufactureA' f Tin, Iron, aid Cop
Super Wares.
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.
WM3. W. SIMs. WM. W. CHEEVEB
Sims & Ctheever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 24 Water street.
decl2 Apalachicola, Fla.
W. -. WooiD. E. B. BALLOu0
Wood & Ballou,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Office No. 42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
Thomas Preston,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND TOBACCO(
INSPECTOR AND BROKER.
No. 28 Water st.-Office second back room.
Dec 26 Apalachicola, Fa.
J. II. & J. M. Hull,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT'
No. 48 Water street,
Dec 12 APALACHICOLA, FA
Cailes Rogers .John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers
Chas. ROgers & C0.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa
C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY
Green & COnnucry,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS_
No. 36, Water street.
APALAHICOLA, FA.
Pelican Mutdal inurance Co. of New York.
CHASE. A. GREEN, Agent.
Dec 9 No. 36 Water street.


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no good.
The President gave two or three hard
thaws upon his cud of tobacco, and says
he, Yes, Major, that's too true, it must be
confessed; and it annoys me beyond all
patience. But then I have to forgive it and
overlook it, because Mr. Ritchie don't mean
it. The old gentleman is always sorry for
it, and always willing to take it back. And
then hes' such a tuff old feller to fight the
federalists, I can't have a heart to scold at
him much about his mistakes and blunders.
Well, says I, Colonel, being you've nam-
ed federalist, I want to know if any of them
animals is really supposed to be alive any
where in the country now-a-days. Seeing
such awful accounts about'em in the Union
paper all the time,1 inquired all the way
along through New England, where they
used to be the thickest, and I couldn't get
track of one; and when I asked the folks if
there was any federalists any where in them
quarters, they all stared at me and said they
didn't know what kind of critters they was.
When I got to Downingville 1 asked uncle
Joshua about it. He said, in his younger
days there used to be considerable many of
'em about, but they wasn't thought to be
dangerous, for they never was much given
-T1 fighting. But he said he guessed they'd
all died out long ago, for he hadn't come
across one this twenty years. So now Col.,
says I, how is it they are so thick in Mr.
Ritche's paper all the time?
At that he gave me a very knowing kind
of a look, and lowered his voice down al-
most to a whisper; and says he, Major, I'll
tell you how that is. When Mr. Ritchie
was a young man he used to fight a good
deal with the federalist, and took a good
deal of pride in it; and now the fancies and
scenes of his youth all seem to come back
fresh to his mind, and he can't think ortalk
about any thing else. You know that's of-
ten times the way with old people. As lihe
always used to have the name of a smart
fighter, 1 give him the command of the
newspaper battery here to defend my admin-
istration. But 'twas as great a mistake as
'twas when I sent Taylor into Mexico; I
didn't know my man.
No matter what forces was gelhering to
overthrow my administration, Mr. Richie
somehow didn't seem to see 'em ; no matter
lhow hard they fiired at me, lie didn't seem to
hear it; and when I' called to him to fire
back, he would rouse up and touch off a few
squibs with about as good aim as the boys
take when they fire crackers on the 4th of
July, and did about as much execution.-
At last I found out a way that I could make
the old veteran fight like a Turk and hold
on like a bulldog. It was by giving him a
notion at any time that he was fighting with
federalists. Since I made that discovery
he's been more help to me. Whenever I
see the enemy entrenching himself around
me, and bringing up his batters to fire into
my administration, all Ihave to do is to
whisper in Mr. Richie's ear and say, Mr.
Richie, the air smrrells of federalism; you
may depend upon it there is federalists
abroad somewhere." In a minute, youv'e
no idea with what fury the old gentleman
flies round, and mount his heaviest guns,
and sets his paper battery in a roar. His
shot fly right and left, and sometime knock
down friends as well as foes. To be sure
they don't make a very great impression upon
the enemy;, but then there"s this advantage
in it: if he don't kill or beat off the enemy,
he keeps the administration so perfectly
covered up with smoke that the enemy
,can't see half the time where to fire at us.
On the whole, Mr. Richie is a valuable man
to my administration, notwithstanding, all
his mistakes and blunders.
Just then the door opened, and who
should come in but Mr. Richie himself.-
As he opened the doorhe ketched the-sound


John S. Hutchinson,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 50 Water street.
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa.


Winm.G. Porter & 0o.
DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
Dec Nor-4TWat-treet.
Dec .1 ". A Ila,.hi,..lt, Fa..


Jag. F1P. Farrior,
GENERAL RECEIVING, FORWARDING &
COMMISSIONS MERCHANT,
No. 50 W Aater street.
Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fla.


P. W. Cullen,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Solicits a share of Public Patronage..
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA.


D. Danforth,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND GENERAL AGENT,
EUFAULA, ALA.
Cj Cotton bought on order.
Refers to
B. F. HOLDEN, New Orleans.
J. G. DUNLAP,
Messsrs. WYLIE & MCKENZIE, Apalachicola.
J. S. HUTCHINSON,


WM. SYDNEY GREEN, M. D.
0- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.


Dr. A. W. ChIapman,
OQ- Office over the Drug <, .. of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
bouse lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf
W. G. M. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offers his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
He will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Oircuit Courts-and will, upon
a specialretainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas-"
see, the sessions of which, he will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
Apalachicola, September 8, 1846.


-H. R. WOODO.


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Wood & Co.
A.UCTi0 N E E R S A N D COMM I SSON-
MERCHANTS,
.. N '2 -' 1.,inbj-s Buildiinra,
S Oct. 31. Apalachienla


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T. iA.ustlti &e Co.,
CO M-I1IS.S10N MERCHANTS,
:.-No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. 24. Ar.,adaIiicola, Fa.


J. C. Allen,
: Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGSS" MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS;
:-. .- GLASS, BRUSHES, &c.,&cc.
:.-. :" : 'also,
A general assortment of
S"...BOOKS, BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c., &c.,
v. cor. of Chesnut & Commerce streets,
S Dee 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
B. S. Hawvley,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
_.- No. 28 Water street,
S Dec 5 Apalachicola, Fa.


Johtn Bilbo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBANY, GA.
,TIl. practice ii the several, Courts, of the
liuth-WesteMh Circuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug."5,1845. 31-tf


Avery & Jones,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 43 Water street.
Dec 5. Apalachicola, Fa.
Edward IcCully,
.COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
SIN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
No.: 50 Water street.
Decg Apalach*ola,.Fa.,


LUMBER 'INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for the County of Franklin, ofers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
CORNELIUS GRADY.
March 22, 1S45:.


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will then be required. And to the immense
market thus effected, add the market we
- now have, foreign as well as domestic. Is
there any doubt that our agriculture would
3s be vastly improved 'by calling forth such
1'. new sources of wea'th, or that fresh energy
, would be given its followers? New staples
:- would likewise be introduced-and scenes
i- of cultivation calling for the labor of our
- emigrating planters would arrest their at-
I- tention; and instead of seeing thousands of
o our slaves carried away to distant States, we
i- would behold them remaining in South
s, Carolina, cultivating the rich lands of-our
e rivers, enriching our sea ports, and carrying
it cultivation over our valleys and plains even
'. up the heights of out hills and mountains-
i- Besides this, the introduction of different
Is manufactures amongst us, would have an
o effect not less important, to our agriculture-
'; We mean the great inland trade it would
3t create. In every prosperous country, the
a inland or indirect trade, is far greater than
its foreign or direct itade-in England or
e New York, for instance, it is fifteen times
a grater. Consider then a new trade created
- for Carolina, ten times grater than at pre-
e sent. Consider, for a moment, the advan-
- tages of such a trade-how direct would be
d its influence upon agriculture-how much
- more certainty it would'afford the merchant
s in the investment-of lis capital, than in
- -foreign risks--wiat a numerous class of
n workmen it would employ-the misery it
1 would remove by giving business to the idle
e -and the content and happiness it would af-
e ford the complaining. Is not such a con-
r summation devoutly to be wished for?
e We know there are many who are oppos-
e ed to the introduction -of manufactures
n amongst "us-and even some of our states-
men would confine us to agriculture alone
0 for a century to come. But facts are against
0them-and before these all thrjeory must
1 vanish. The Duke of Sully, while minister
D of France, would have pursued the same
s policy but his monarch saw the error, and
- made it his constant endeavor to encourage
f every kind of manual labor. The result
- was increased prosperity to his country, and
hapiness and content to his dissatisfied sub-
jects. To our Stale the same policy must
. be applied. Of late years the cultivation of
many plants indigenous to our soil has been
neglected. Indigo for instance is very little
8 cultivated; and the raising of wool, always
" a profitable material, has forwant of a home
) consumption and a market at our door, been
- -almost entirely neglected.
The white man will not, nor cannot de-
- grade himself so low, as to work our lands
in companionship with our slaves, and even
could he bring his mind to such a degrada-
tion, his labor in most parts of our State
would be followed with certain death. In
t what way then could we better imploy him
t than in manufactures and commerce. In
these branches of industry he will work
with his equals, with his own class and
complexion; and to him the chances of
death would be considerably diminished.
He will become as it were a new being;
employment will divert him from those idle
habits which engender intemperance and
disease. And our State would thus be en-
riched by an industrious class of men.

[From the N. 0. Coin. Times, Aug. 23.] r
]Later froimi Vera Critz.
,ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP ALABA- L
MA-RETURN OF GENERAL PAREDES
TO MEXICO, &c., &c. t
The steamship Alabama, Gapt. Ellery, f
arrived here on Saturday, from Vera Cruz t
the 15th, via Tampico the 17th inst. By a
far the most important item of intelligence
she brings is the news of the landing of t
Gen. Paredes, the Ex-President of Mexico,
in Vera Cruz, on the 14th insf. He came in
the British steamer Teviot, from -Havana, t
and succeeded in eluding the vigilance of 1
Col. Wilson and the authorities, leaving for
the interior in all imaginable haste ; not an I
hour elapsed, before he was furnished with a b
horse and an attendant, and he quickly Join- v
ed the guerilla bands in the vicinity. It is ]
supposed that he goes direct to .the capital,
as he stated to an individual who recog-
-nized him in the streets of Vera Cruz, ac-
cording to the correspondence published inc
the Patria of yesterday, that his sole object 11
in returning to the land of his birth was to s
assist iu defending it, and repelling the ene- I
my from the gates of the capital. The fol- I
lowing letters, from Indicator" and "T.ar v
Bucket," give succinctly a very clear ae- s
count of this untoward event in the history c
of the war with Mexico. One fact seems s
plain enough, viz : that we are not very well t:
provided with agents in the secret service a
department, or we might have nabbed Gen. J
Don Mariano Paredes y Arrillaga the me- a
ment he set foot on Mexican soil. o
[Correspondence of the Commercial Times.] (
VEKA. CRUZ, August 14th, 1847. a
GENTEMEN--The Brit-ish mail steamer b
Teviot arrived this morning from Havana,
but brings no intelligence of interest from
Cuba or Europe, her latest news from Eng- t
hand being of a date sorne days anterior to c
those already received from New Orleans. C


She brought a few passengers, and five hun- o
dred bottles of quicksilver for this place, and la
takes, perhaps, an equal number? to Tam-- o
pico. fi
Among her passengers was the celebrated s
Don Mariano Paredes y Arillaga, late Presi- b
dent of this wretched country, and who is a
now on his way to the Capital-or to the tI
Capital substilute-doubtless to renew his P
former successful efforts in opposition to a tl
settlement of her difficulties, and to lend all
his energies to increase the distresses Y
brought upon her by the war, in bringing i
about which he bore so important a part. c
As his arrival at this juncture froms an
important event, and as his entry into, and
passage through, this city, will probably
form a ground of much comment and coin-
plaint throughout the United States, I think ir
it proper to give a detail of all the facts con- o
nected with the proceeding, part of which 1 e
have gathered from personal observation, c
and all from the very best authorities, tt
The Teviot came to anchor at a few mT
minutes past 7 o'clock this morning, when h
Gen. Paredes, and another passenger came u
ashore at the public mole, where he landed sl
without apparent recognition, and passed c
through the gates. Thence, without at- h
traeting notice, he proceeded across the b
square and up the street, to the house o.f p
Mr. J. M. Zamora, who furnished him with sE
a horse and money, and, as a sort of dis- to
guise, with a common jacket and straw hat. is
During this preparation, which occupied at
some twenty minutes, the General took a m


FOIR PRESIDENT

ZACHARY TAYLOR.
SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.
We are pleased to learn that Dr. LEE,
formerly Editor of the Gennessee Farmer,
has taken charge of the above paper. We
trust that it may receive that support from
our Farmers which it richly deserves.

BLACKWOOD, WESTMINSTER REVIEW,
LONDON QUARTERLY.
The above periodicals, full of interesting
matter, have been regularly received from
the enterprising publishers, Messrs. LEON-
_AA .. S :rOTT &7." Co.. New


Lt'.t WHIGS AND THE WAR.
We were much pleased to meet with the
paragraph which follows, in the National
Intelligencer, and we publish it, as coming
from a source, entitled to be considered, as
of authority, in matters of Whig policy.
;We had met with articles in Northeru
Whig Papers, which seemed to favour a dif-
ferent course on the part of the Whigs in
the next Congress, than that which the In-
telligencer says will be pursued by them on
the subject of the war. The papers alluded
to, seemed to urge, that obstacles should be
throw in the way of a further continuance
ofthe war, by a refusal of supplies. We
rejoice to say, that the instances ofsuch con-
duct are few, and confined to fanatical pa-
)ers of little influence, out of their particu-
lar circle. No doubt but that the bitter
)artisan editors who support the Addminis-
ration-the Union and Enquirer; for in-
stance-would rejoice in such conduct be-
ng pursued by a fragment of the Whig
Party, and instead of feeling regret at the
;ant of patriotism displayed by fa.J-cw
citizen, would hold their conduct up, and
exult over it as a proof of the malignant and
landorous accusations, which the Govern-
nent Organ has dealt in, in respect to the
Whigs and the war.
We trust, and we have confidence enough
n the patriotism of the Whigs from the
West and South, to feel assured, that they,
rill vote every aid, of men and money, that
he President Iequires, to carry on the war
o a speedy and successful termination, in a
rair and honorable peace. We hope that
lie bills for that purpose will be carried
through without the needless delay that at-
ended the Ten Regiment Bill, and that,
Congress will be as vigorous, arid diligent in
furnishing the sinews of war, as they wish
he Execution to be in conducting it. We
believe that we speak the sentiments of the
Whigs of Florida, and those of one of our
Representatives, in the views we have here
expressed, and we do not hesitate to aver,
hat the single Whig who represents Florida
n the House of Representatives, will be
found, at all times, ready by his vote to sus
ain the Government in the measures it may
ee fit to adopt in bringing the war to a close,
without spending time, and money, making
peeches for B0nrcombe upon hlie propriety
or impropriety of the mwsrs Which, the
President sees fit to adopt. -
By the Constitution, the President is en-
rusted with theconducl of' the war-and lie
nd the Generals in command are responsible
for its management ; Congress i~ive only to
upply the means. What propriety, then
can there be, in an attempt on the part of
Congress to control his action in that res-
pect. If he, or those under him, violate the
rust reposed in them, it is in the power of
Congress to arraign and punish. If peace
s the object sought, and Congress believes
hat the terms imposed by the President are
uch as should not be demanded, and not
ikely to be acceded to by the enemy, a joint
solution of both Houses, expressive of
uch opinion, and indicating their sense, of
what should form the basis of negotiations
for peace, we must hope. would have a con-


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APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1847.

OQ- The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the CO.MMERECIATL ADVIrisrrts, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments :-
JOSEPi F. MASON, Post Buildings, corner of
Hanoverand Beaverstreets, New York.
DAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans.
WM. W. CTIFLVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
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" hasty" cup of coffee, and then sprang up-
on his horse, and passing out the city gate
without molestation, Aade the bets of his
way for the interior. At half-past eight he
was ten miles from the city, and at about
that time, Governor Wilson received the
first intimation of his arrival. The Harbor-
MAaster, whose duty it is to board all vessels
as they arrive, had been detained, as he
alleges, "waiting for his boats' crew to get
their breakfast," until the letters and infor-
mation which he brought were valueless.
The moment the report reached the Gov-
ernor, lie directed every avenue of escape
to be blosed, and the house of Mr.Zaimora,
to which his steps had been traced, to be
surrounded and searched. That gentleman
stated, without hesitation, the facts of Gen.
Paredes' visit to his house, and of the as-
sistance rendered by him to facilitate his
escape, which he assured the officer in com-
mand of the searching party, had resulted
in complete success. Notwithstanding this
assurance, however, and the fruitless ex-
amination of all parts of" the house, it was
deemed probable that the General was still
in the city, and the gates have been
kept closed during the day, while no mea-
sures have been neglected to prevent his
egress, if such should be the case. But
there is no mistake about it-lhe is gone.
At about 9 o'clock, an Indian;porter cal-
led upon an American merchant of th -
informing him that there were threb i
ages of samples for him at the office', e
Custom-House Inspectors, for the delivery
of which his order was required. As there
was nothing suspicious in the follow's state-
ment or manner, the merchant handed him
a request for a permit, with directions to
bring the samples to his store. The re-
quest was presented, but as no marks were
specified, the bearer was told to return and
have them added. Nothing more was seen
of him. An hour or so later, however, the
'Custom-House cleark of a large English
house attempted to pass the entry-port with
two trunks and a carpet bag which had been
landed from the steamer, but tailed, and tihe
baggage was seized. There is but little
doubt of its belonging to Paredes, but it has
not yet been examined. Why, I know not.
Viola, the whole matter, which is laid be-
fore your readers and the world in general,
for just considerations, as theylehose to give
it, and such inferences as they please to
draw-from it. That many will indulge in
censure of the authorities of the city, I
have no doubt, but I may be permitted to
say that as far as I can see, no blame in this
regard, attaches to the Governor, nor to any
officer of the military, revenue or police de-
partmehts, 'except, that by general consent
fixed upon the Harbor-Master, tLe extent
of whose culpability is limited to the ab-
sence of his boats' crew at an uniortunale
moment. By order of the Governor he
was immediately dismissed from hisemploy-
ment.
There may be a fault in the extraordinary
license given to these British mail steamers,
but such a fault lies beyond the corrective
power of the authorities of this city.
*It is now a matter of interesting pecula-
tion what political course Paredes will
adopt. An inveterate enemy at once to
Santa Anna and to the Americans, it is by
no means a question that his voice is still t
For war." Hle will hardly sinothe-r hisper-
sonal animosity so far as to accept an office
under Santa Anna, nor is it well possible t
that the two lions can occupy the same t
forest, I have consequently but little doubt t
that we Ohall have an early pronunciamento,
andsoon after find Paredes at the head offlie
nation. The army, if not previously des- r
troyed by General Scott, will pretty certain- d
v pronounce for him, and Santa Anna will p
T-robably throw himself upon his friendsof h
the American government for well merited
piotection. p
Firing was heard this afternoon at Santa t
Fe, supposed to proceed from a skirivish S
between some guerillas and some troops, it
vhich left yesterday to reinforce Hajor
Laley's. Yours respectfully, [
INDICATOR. v
VEE_ CRUZ August 15, 1(47. c
G+ENTLEMEN--Since writing you ytster- e
:lay, we have had an interesting occurrences
ere. Yesterday morning the Britishr-nail
;teamer (private property, owned by lohin n
Bull,) arrived here from Havana, and Io id X
behold, the mail agent leaves the steaiier
vith the mail, to deliver to the mail agent on i;
hore, before any of our public officers got
in board, and, with the greatest impunii?.
rnuggled General Paredes ashore with tie
nail bags, who mounts his (all ready) hor-s;, t!
tnd gallops out of the city to .join Paide t,
-nrata and his guerrilla bands. Three hoursr
afterwards, when he was some fifteen miles
in his road from the city, his Excellence, t!
3or. Wilson, ordered the gates to beshu, t!
nd Ihe troops to load their muskets wia t,
)all cartridges This reminded me of the (-
Ild story of locking the stable when the
iorse is out. According to the laws of nt- f
ions this steamer is a lawful prize, as it was t
urrentin Havana, (as letters will prove) that b
.en. Paredes was to leave, under the name i


tfMartinez, in the British steamer. Eng-
and has always acted in every case against
ur country's kindness and generosity. Now e
or the-sequel: I will venture io say the t
teamer will go Scot free, and nothing more it
e said of the matter. The Mexicans have
ready made their brags about it, and say
hey have a very good Governor here, who t
)rotects them from all abuses, and allows s
bern to treat Arnericans as they please.
What will be your surprise when I tell
ou that Colonel Wilson was not buried, as
before stated, but laid in the church, as he
would not be got in the grave. I
Yours respectfully,
TAR BUCKET. -

THOMAS F. MARSHALL AGAIN\.-We are
reformed that, after the close of the speeches f,
f the candidates for Congress on Monday s
evening, Capt. Thomas F. Marshall, in c
ompliance with a loul and general call from (
ie meeting, took the stand and made a
nost eloquent and powerful speech two p
ours long, calling forth such shouts as he It
sed to call forth when he was the favorite C
tandard-bearer of the Whig party inour is
ity. We are told that Mr. Marshall, in
is speech of Monday evening, although he
y no means avowed himself a political op- s
onent of the Administration, was terribly h
severe upon Mr. Polk's conduct in regard r
o the war. His eulogy upon Gen. Taylor s
s represented as one of the most eloquent
nd beautiful ever pronounced upon mortal v
iau.--LLouisville Jour. f


|For thie Commercial Advertiwt.
MR. EDITOR : Tl' allowingg letterad., .
dressed to-John Smith,J Jnr., wa oenud-'o" 7l
the steps of the Post-06e,. As I- do not '*. K
know the address of the geulleiao,Vr. .: ,
bably you would oblige him ^jrtr .. .
in your paper. ':" .. '^ "..
APALACHICOLA, Sept. 3,-1.'. ;J^'af
To JoaN SMITH, JUNR. .... .,.,o;4 ," -
Dear J!ohney-I send you and the old +
woman the last newspaper--'youa wll- e "
that I am out for the Senate and wornisialie^ .
I think my prospects are very "ons"iderale'.*'
The first man I meets on arriving.
the Squire. I told him we -iKadgol'h1$tet-
ter,,and I had come up to talk l-ie matftr
over. He As mighty glad o"seei'er aond V
.tuck me ritf to-his office.-" in about an bori'u ''u ';
a good mnan, ff .his .rnds called up to see
me. I s ck hadSwith 'em all-and soon ^
felt sociabl-lk-e. 'The Squire said-he and "".
his friend. were very ankiousform e foc
opt for nhe .egisiaarur. "Bul I (0.14,^.t '
was a ripw ocfgrd wak d*aeh-yw~f
the -county bat 'Ii's t 'e "fy "i S m, "'i
the Luire, wti-yw oe *a.d. toi r.-.
"]efa f that'gj~ iQt vn a) ..., oa d ^ ftiui ,jei r w. ? '
S, oesyes m p)rbryaUI ftf no-odoy .1.
should seek ofnc, or' uoe Hit wi.e here '
is, reasonable prospect or." ceectUo; sq,
Colonel, (the Squire always 1c.5 hie C'."
you are the very man 1o suit .fs, eCb-y Wdy.,' -:
will vot6& for you because nobody knows
you. Hang me; Johney, ii-I exactly' un I
derstood how this ,Ws, but the Squwe said
he was an old *boss in, politics and knew the
nature of the beast ;,that the Presiieont was
elected upon this principal, ,aod as Shaks-
peer says, our print4iptes should never he
changed for sligln. causes'! Tle S gqtf
talks like a'book when you get Ilis dander
up, but some of his-enemies say he is'up.oA'
the screw principal-t-he mnore-jou t use'hfk
the easier lie works. Now, between me altd;.
you, I think this very creditable to him, for .
most of our politicians are upir'6IFeguh-
cotton principal, popping around as lik'6 '.''
crackers tied to a dogS iail. It is upon this
notion that the Squire very prudently acts
when he goes among his poiiiical enemies;
like Dadil DeFo's game cock, who, on
going into the stable atonig the horses,
said, "take here gen'tleman dont let astread
upon each other's toes." 1 have been stay-
ing wilh the Squire and we have hadsevera"
long taiks about politics, he is mighty know_:
ing about thiings in gineral--.sharp as a ra"
zor strop, and ,one.of. the best nature crii-
ters9in the world. He saysIJtowh6a 'o0
deal about human nature, but ,oitiring'about
politics; that the golden riule s never ti6f
differ with nobody, always to s y j- lst what
you don't think, and nev o~r eontiitj0rsett'
until you are awre you are.i h H" iajotyvy ;.
AnotheT- pretty goum-rlt-ro, it* Sqire says," ",--~3
is to run for every office, Mbu are.*arfii n -
to git one or two in thel enly, besides its liy
playing a game with the government, which
sometimes gets most- confoundedly worsted. -
The Squire says lie has sometimes gone it
blind and icon the stakes- '
The Squire thinks it wont d,6 b.-kknow-i
ginerally that I am in town; ihat there isia
good deal of excitement about my eomming',
out. That when the paper came out isl"T
Saturday, every body was enquiring, Who
is John Smith?" and when the Squire in-
formed t]hm that it was the old Colonel.
the son of old Mr. and Mrs. Smith, ihe
money market seemed more easy, and cvit
stock rose considerable. Spin doors Istay+
du,'ing the day, but after dark I and the
Squire goes the circuit with considerable .^
spirit, and we keeps it np pretty hule ] tell .
you; my hand is near-shuck-off election-.'
eering, but I and the Squire t'lkes +it turi '":
and turn about shaking hands, so it gives '*/
me a restin spell at every other house--the
Squire says ]letis used to.It, that its so ,na-
terail for himn to lakeae hands with everybody .+
he meets during .el eclion tim$eS, lhcai bne -,J
dark night he got hold of thre. shaft 0f a <
dray .inid shtook it very considerable;, the
Squire asked it h0.w,.the old 'oman and
children was, and didn't find out iris mistake
untill in bowing he liked to but histwtins .
otu :agai~nst-the wheel, T~hat's iwhat ttie
Sqauiie calls waking up the wrong passen-" .&'.T+


ger.- This is the first time in all11natur, sayst ; -: <
I. Ibat'Iever heard tell of a man shaking"
hllanos '%i'th a dr !.V Why Colonriel, s-.!
,i tio + imeps it frLe
queutly- haipleis fo- a dark "night in..our.
streets t'liat bors.es are mistook for riR-u1ar.-
: I _' I- 6 .. _
%oters; butt is d& ngeious for"-.ie8,'- ,i
lo shake t-heir tails. X'^ :^^ / '._
The other night I and the Sq' uire'--
have got 4h a confounded scrapo- 4,...
2 in the mornin w e run agin the ,night'l 2-.;-"
or rather the -night watch ruu aging us.,:-.?i^^ :.'.'_
Squire said it'Was. a case of e ,a-ecide +"--.'.<.:'-,-
collision." Thie wateh- insist-ed On iakia -7-'-
us in tow, (the Squire said afterwards vbat,.-' )'.' '
the rascals mistuck us for rowdies-!)--wey "' "*..!
the first thing I knew they had boarded'ih'.
Squir and had him fas',buti ihe way I pitch- *
ed into the fellows was like a nine-pounder;- -P' -
I rescued'-the' Squire and found 'he was -. as
number one in a running fight. The Squire. .
is something of a sailor himself, and I'supF,- :
pose the idea of being taken in tow by, a
practical craft (as he called the watch) fiist,
suggested to him his nautical talets, for 'o
sooner was he free than ] heard .him cv.cr.
out at the top of his voice, Le'iter j6
star oard your helm :,, considerable
breeze had been kicked up, and the Squire
hadn't gone more than one tack-,Wef, b hia


trolling influence with the Executive. Cer-
tain it is, that factious opposition is not likely
to cause a retraction of measures on the
part of the President, but such police will
have the unfortunate influence on the ene-
my, of encouraging them to withstand the ef-
forts made by us to obtain peace. If such
opposition prevails to any great degree, on
the part of the Northern Whigs, we shall,
for one, regret that the late elections have
given, the'Whigs a majority in Congress;
for most assuredly, the People will withdraw
their favor from those who pursue so un-
patriotic a course; and unfortunately the
Whigs at large will be made to share the
obloquy heaped upon those who oppose the
further prosecution of the war. Such has
been the result of the opposition to the war
which has been manifested by Ctrwin, Gid-_
dings, and other Whigs. Notwiiliistan-lingi
that the Whigs of the Union have %olmid-
teered for the war--have freely, shed tAeir
blood, and given their money for itss s up-
port, yet hardened and unscrupulous ,dli,,.
tors, like Thomas Ritchie, have dared lot
call them Mexican Whigs, and accuse them
fr ) 'if :-apd w.e(.filt the ,iexO ipns
How the Organ grinder wj-v-ti-+-ch "trkle if lie
could goad Whig mernbersig.- Congress to
refuse to vote for aen and-money for tlie
support of the war! May he be disap-
pointed!
"Let no one understand us, when exulting at
the certainty of a Whig majority in the House of
Representatives, as expecting that majority to
make an attempt to stop the wheels of the
Government" by withholding either the necessary
ao ropriations lor the support of it,, or refusing
to provide the means for meeting any expendi-
tur-s which have been already authorized by law.
Quite the contrary. Scrupulous regrad for the
public'faith, andAfor the obligations of contracts,
generally, is a cardinal principle in the Whig
creed. The Whigs will, we hope and trust, do
every thing they can to bring this odious War
with Mexico to an honorable close. But, wiih
reference to the public credit, for whatever pur-
pose pledged, we have no doubt that it is for-
tunate, even as regards the Administration itself,
that the Whigs are now certainly ascendant in
the body which has original jurisdiction over the
Ways and Means. They will doubtless hold the
Adfninistr,,tion, in every department of it, to a
rigid accountabilityy; they may refurse to lay
taxes ,n the necessaries of life, as proposed at
the i st session, that foreign luxuries may come
into the country free of duty : but should the War
with Mexico be prolonged until the meeting of
Congress, (which Heaven forbid !) other means
not incompatible with national honor and dignity
than stopping the supplies will be found to put a
stop to the war."
THB&VICE PRESIDENCY.
Inasmuch as it is well settled that Gen.
Taylor will be the People's Candidate for
the Presidency, and as no National Con-
vention will be held, in all probability, by the
Whigs, it becomes necessary to look around
for a candidate for the Vice Presidency,
who may, if possible, receive the same sup-
port witlh Gen. Taylor-and who, in case of
any accident to him, would tread in his
footsteps.
We do not pretend to make any sugges-
ion of our own, but we may be permitted
o say, that it would be well could the
choice fall upon a Western man. There
re men in the West every way worthy to
ill the office. The names of Jolin Me-
Lean, of Ohio, and J. J. Crittenden, of
Kentucky, have been used in connection
vith the Presidency-but we have no doubt
ut that either of them would cheerfully
onsent to run on the People's Ticket
'or the Vice Presidency. They are both
?u_re _atrLjols. aud.. Jore--'cfi of their
country. Mr. Critlenden would readily
nite the men of all Iartics in his favor.
Ie is known to be far above all party in-
rigue, and low calculating policy, H/is
nind is sufficiently enlarged to embrace
he good of llhe whole country- We re-
nemnber that when he was nominated for
he U. S. Senate, in the Kentucky Legis-
ature, that some Democrat was nominated
n opposition to him by one of the members,
hereuponn Col. Young, a leading Demo-
rat, rose and said, ', Ie hoped that nomina-
ion would be withdrawn, that it might go
brih /.o the People of the Urdled Staties that
rohn J. Criltenden wcas the unanimous choice
f the People of Kenlucky," which sueges-
ion met with the ready and universal assent
)f the Democrats in tlhe Kentucky Legisla-
ure. Such action speaks loudly in Mr.
hrittenden's favor, .and betokens a liberal, '
iir ;and upright course in politics., No' |


oubt bliut that as the People's Candidaate.
Or the Vice Presidency, he wonld-again,
Dbtain the unanimous support of the hig-h-
rninded and chivalrous Kentuckians of -all,
parties
SPOTS o0 THE SUr.--The Philadelphia'
Enquirer says :-- There are now 28 large
pots, each with a penumbra or shadow,
vlifle, the smaller ones are almost too nu- ,
nerous to count. These spots appear
through the glass as black as ink-the black
being the more intense from its contrast to
he dazzling glory around. The smallest
pots average 600 miles in diameter, and
he largest are from 12,000 to 16,000 miles
cross-that is, twice the di:imeter of our
arth. One day of last week, the sun ex-
hibited a very peculiar' appearance, being
of a pale yellow color ;-and itwas observed
by Mr. Stoddard, that ,,everal of ite- spoTlS
appeared immediately rifieruaIds/-'^- he lar-
gest spot, however, hs now been on the
un for 71 days, during which period it has
hanged its form several times."
{}JP" A gentleman who has found a Bowie
knife and revolving pistpl, wishes to know
f they are not the "laws of Texas, in two
olumes," which are advertised, as lost itn
another column.


'.... ? "...- [From the South Carolinian I
"*, *'-'OUR STATE.
A'-. "" A GRCAT'CR rP.\'Er-i.':,' OF ITS LABOR NECESSARY.-
: ;, *. NUFACTURING INDUS'rrY, &tC.
'<\ ONE great cause of the unproduct~ienes
'of:our capital and labor, is the want of a pro
per diversion of them. In every country,
there is a certain kind of labor which ex
perience proves to be the best and most pro
ductive for that country. In one, Agrical
rure should predominate; in another, Manu
factures; in a third, Commerce; but in n
one, on the face of the globe, has an ex
'elusive attention, to either of these branches,
,been found the most profitable. It is th
judicious combination of them all tha
makes a nation great, prosperous and happy
Tbis, is an old political doctrine, its anti
qtity however is no disparagement of it
truth., For its illustration, we shall go n
further than the history of our own country
.and fortunately for our purpose the las
census of the Government furnishes dat
upon which there can be no dispute.
'''-: If we divide the population of Rhod
SIsland (10 8,830) and that of South Carolin
954,398) into their respective annual in
."comes-viz: into $13,001,223 for Rhod
*'Island, and into $27,173,536 for South Caro
.'ina, it will be perceived that Rhode Islam
divides, as the yearly income ofeach of its in
'iabtntantsi$1 10; while South Carolina divide
nly fl45. If you take out -the black pojiu
:_.._-.. ...... 1 4-i ni,1 h,,th Stats,_.and m ake the divisor
only inong +-r6"-hi(es, Rhode-Tsland wil
divide $119,_while South Carolina will divide
,$101. These are staItling fats. Why are
they so ? It will perhaps be said, it is eithe
...becaiuse_ the people of Rhode Island- are
tore ihdustriousthan' our people, or are
'engaged in more profitable labor; or front
'both causes combined.
The first of these we are unwilling to
grant. Naturally, we believe, there are n(
'people more willing to work than ours, when
,_ only taught to see a profileble result t(
their lahor. The difference in the profits
of the t.M States must be attributed, there
fore. to .,orne other cause. The labor o
.j].il-Rhode Island is diversified; ours is not.-
."'-.' ."3?r Let us see. There are engaged in
+ -. -.- "-. +-' R L,: r.t: I LAND. SOUTH CAROLINA.
.<' "' .ttAci: h,, r.? .... 1 in 6. Agriculture ....... I in 3
'" .... Comu, etce.... lin87. Commerce.....1 in 301
.... *"' -:Manufacitures.. 1 in 5. Manufactures .... 1 in 57
+" ii Divide the population-of the two States
-into families or five each ; there will be 27,-
766 families in Rhode Island, and 118,879
in South Carolina.- Give to each family,
and to the horses, cattle, hogs and sheep,
'attached to each, the amount of grain, pota-
toes and hay, usually consumed by them;
and it will appear that South Carolina will
be deficient in a sefsupply, as much as a
million and a half bushels; while Rhode
Island will have a surplus very nearly that
amount. This arises from the fact that
South Carolina has more horses and cattle
to support than Rhode Island. Thus there
are in
RHODE ISLAND. SOUTH CAROLINA,
Half a horse to each One and a half horse to
family of five. each family of five.
'One cow do. do. Four neat cattle do do.
'Four sheep do. do. One sheep do do.
'One hog do. do. Seven and a half hogs do.
-Six and a half of all Fourteen- of all kinds.
kinds.
"Suppose them to be equal, and that both
"States have eno,-).,of wheat, rye,-oats, bar-
populations and cattle-the comparative
ley, potatoes and hay, to support their
-incomes of the two States would still stand
thus: +
"; RHODE ISLAND. SOUTH CAROLINA.
Manuftrs.. .-.1 .6139,0626 Manuftrs ..... ?2,248,915
Commerce... 1 214,956 Commerce... 2,632,421
Mines....... 162,410 Mines..... 187,608
Forests...... 44,610 Forest ....... 549,626
Fisheries .... 659,312 Fisheiies..... 1,275
Rtice ......... ....... Rice ......... 1,514,771
Cotton ....... ...... Cotton....... 4,628,270
10,801,914 11,762,986
From this estimate, each inhabitant, in
Rhodde Island, after feeding himself, will
have over $99 for clothing, and other ex-
penses; while each one in South Carolina
will have a fraction under $20.
The above table also shows another fact
of much importance, The manufactures of+
R~hode Island are more valauble than the
*Cotton and rice of Carolina, taken together.
In:other words, the labor employed iu the
one is more productive than in the other
twin. -
S It is a question then which comes direct-
ly home to us : "Is South Carolina less
capable than R~hode Island of excelling in
: the same Iprofitable labels?"
**' .. W e have already combated that class of
.v c01mil~liners who'are eternally decrying the
profits of agricultural labor:S there is another
..class who elevate it too much--even to the
exclusionn of allgoiher pursuits. Nothing is
..' ., : -"oaster than to be sideceived. Such persons
+'" view the agricultural, calling, with a poetical
eye--and see in it nothing but pastoral beau-
-ty and happiness. Were thistilieoceasion
nto "task would be more pleasant than to in-
dulge in-drawiug a picture of the virtue,
+ a'ud excellence, and riches of a people thus
:- engaged, rAs a rhetorical exercise it might


r :'- afford entertainment; but the true economist,
: criticising the work, would,-pronounce it
+ bin'y. f'ancypiuwture--alike untrue to nature
",(+. : and to fact. Pointing to our +numerous
( f- fields h~e Would show the plow rusting in the
l 'ITurrow; Von our roads lie would present the
wagoner loitering with a load in search of
:a rarkef';.our many 'streams would appear
,. interrupted for want of navigation, idleness
,would be every where,-and industry no
where. But place a few manufactories here
and there along our stagnant streams and
sleepin! rivers; at once the scene, would be
t-"hanged from inanimate stillness into active
*life, Instead of the few thousand in South
Carolina now engaged in manufactures and
the mechani-c arts, we might then behold
this class augmented to treble the number.
Of course all these would have wants; and
there mustrbe agricultural supplies to satisfy
them.
Consider the wheat, the rice, the corn,

poultry, beef, and other meats, the manu-
facturing :laborers would require, the cotton,
and other raw materials to carry on their
manufactures. Consider- these laborers
earning the means to pay for all their wants
'-and then add the laborers not immediate-
ly engaged in manufactures which would
be required to assist the others. These too
will cease to be agricultural producers, and
become consumers, with the means of mak-
ing payment for what they consume. Add
to these still further, the merchants, agents
and numerous others employed in effecting
ihe additional domestic exchanges which













































































































































W- ,Ve are authorized to say to the voters of'
Franklh'. County, that JAMES F. FARRIOR
will sei'e them in the House of Representatives
of the iext General Assembly, if elected.
Augist 21.
Te are desired to say that 'WILLIAM
VALLEAU, Esq. wishes to be considered as a
candidate before the People for re-election, as
Clerk o( the Circuit Court of Franklin County
Augmut 21.


PERSONS, having business with the under-'
signed during his absence from the State, will
please apply to Anson Hancock, Esq. -
WM. SYDNEY GREEN,.


C -'REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
V.Y ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


July 26, 1841. 29-4t ,
PTERSONS h avin business with the undersign-,
ed, will please call on Mr. VM. S. DAM-
EREL, as I shall be -,bsent for a short tmin Qto a
distant part of the state.. ,
July 1,. .FRANCIS K.OP1IAN:


Congress Water.
IN pipits and quarts, just received for sale by
Juna 12 I, F. AUELL-.


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THE RA.CE NOT FOR THE SWIFT BUT
THE LovIG,.-It is death in Lapland to
many a maid without her parents' consent;
wherefore ifone bear an affection for a maid,
upon tlic breaking thereof to her friends,
the f-shion is llht ;a day is appointed for her
friends to behold the two parties run a race
together. The maid.is allowed in starting
the advantage of a third part of the race, so
thaIt it is iflpossible, except willing of her-
self, that she should be overtaken. If the
maid outrun her suitor, the matter is ended,
it beingZ penal for the man to renew the
mention of marriage. But if the virgin
hath an affection for him, though at fist
running hard, to try the truth of-his love,
she will (without Atlanta's golden ball to re-
lard her speed) pretend some casualty, and
make a voluntary halt before she come to
the mark 'r end of the race. Thus none
are compelled to marry against their own
will; and this is the cause that in this coun-
try the married people are richer in their
own contentment tharr in other lands,jwhere
so many forced matches make feigned love
and real unhappiness.-Faller's Worthies.


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-halliards-" Rave w'a bit fro mn s.oe. cause The Squire told nme otherr day that he
"or other his speed ho11tver seemed 'to in- wanted me to become the Assisting Editor
erase The List 1 saw of the Squire that of a new paper he was going to es-ablsh.
S.'.."uight ,as he was running under bare-poles Agreed, says I; so that night I and the
t'ai t en-not speed, %ith i.s "s.:.," Sheet Squire, and spme four or five on us, met at
:. 'itallanlvy to the-breeze. I told the the Squire's office. The first thing we done,
_.--.Squitre next day that we hadn't much to we writ a letter to professor-(somebody, I
compl:n e0 as %ue came out of the fight for-rt his name)--at all events, he had a
thuflhi<;,"- colors. But he s,wore by the musical printin press which he had leftwith
+ beard of Obediah (its very seldom-te Squire the Squire, and we wanted leave to use it,
'- swears) that hbeintendedo cruiseover, the so the Squire writ while I dictated; sup-
same1.grIuud a-n'd fight the, 'watch "as long posing the professor to be a quaker we writ
.- :' as lie aMd.'a .N iin the locker, a Friendly letter to him, and we thce'd"
... T'e nit .-i'ht'the Squire asked me if 1 and "thou'd" him so much I'm feared he'.1l
had *evpr seen "the Elephant ? The Ele- think we are ruakin gammon on him. Bu6t
:-- -r ',,? _1 1i ,I didn't know -there .was the Sqnire would insist on its being writ.th

t'i1,ch a crittel in lown. For aI'I n, s -11be. way, for he said it was the only way to come
%e've eel m0 e oft ,'ol --.-tlltst kind. So otl" i1 ,,t..r the professor, besides the Squiresai4

t, s. tated. Sqtu ire, sba s 1, wlIat ns that-, lie w,,. born a qua-ker, but he had of lat
hI-1 ti '.ii,,l, i ? T h:l's the show bell,says got out of practice. So Johney you m ay
hle; w-e.ll. have some rare sport to nighit ; expect the paper soon-yo-iu had better sub-
wee-Zot~some new tnanazers and each one scribe for four or five copies, as it wont cost
i,3 an:io-us -411ake a ride--theyjl consider uothin',' (I being Editor,) and as the old
I fo ak, r d. he
i-t, Sri Z Io sition, anl so it is, for not '-'iian will watt them to stop up cracks in
k-'. c.p'"'.i',' --:- .P 11 and ..o "i '
:be .b-i^ 't> sich~l~e their heads become tile kublmId. The Squire wont do much

dizz 'i he nost on 'em -ghesus a s 6of the Editin, as he's got his hands pretty
.-(h full' ., lofbesidesj. ldit to-& or 6 offices le's
0. (-4i11es..-I 1 ris;-y a, q t-r"s ever hire got, lie has-'to ,igaibt ie, h'e says, our party,
ael0 'nv A' c (says the Squire.)- and attend t0:nuinetous applica-ions for
Loid !fhev .ver h.ive oceizion to 1 ;,',- one office from the whigs. He show'd me a
thal ever heir, Itell (n. W t-11. tire S ,uiie liter he got tqiher day from a strong whig

(l ,kk me tight ill ) in tlie 1, ,rkelt h,,u e, ani now in quincy, askin him (or tax-collector's
I' sherepIsed a crowd of folks a sittin-and a place. The Squire said he could' give it
standing aroui. nd some- long, tables, and right tohim, as he had alreadS promised it to

afore tiem %%as a niat a S'iin on a platform- two of his friends, but if hevould turnover
lii ke ;,I ilii ht I Seed "'ihe Elephant right he would appint him konstable of the hole
be'twix 'em, but ,.,n' oF i, ing. ov-'1 diskivered district, and lie- could rise bIy degrees. So
my i t',lke, it-was a mnan .wiih-a large pair I jist writ to that effect to quincy. The
of wh~iske'rs .,,,,, ,i,_,n"' widh an almighty Squire's go't another dilicate job on hand;
big ,,,,,, b, t,: I_ r Iifn. Sa~s to myself, he's made arrangment to change a good
uiit 7) T e irh l.,, t. ;ih mean? W ait, whigvoteon St. Vincents, and from present
I,- ~ lf..S Sluire, tl,: show is about to begin, prospects lie thought he would kill 2 birds
I:' iiN ul)pjumps a man and sayg, The with one stone; at all evints he would
ware was about going off!'" he spoke turn-er vote. But I must konclude for the
for about three-quarters of a minute, and present, as our party is to have a meetin up
tlen sot down, but darn me if I know'd what town Saturday night for the purpose of ap-
..he w'as driving at, and I don't 'bleve lie did, points committees, and so forth. Squire
-,,;for he seemed to have been taken with a says I'and him will be called on to make a
'-.shortness. In a minitorso a big fat man got speech, so you see I wont have much time
up and he spoke about an hourand a-half left to prepare myself, after I have writ out
I couldn't hear all he said, but I -saw he was the Squire's ideas.
manufactring four or:five laws-lhe spun this Yours, affectionately,
yarn 6Hff rapidly-fillin in here and there as JOHN SMITH, SENR.,
/: lie. wenll alon-. Iie commenced by saying Colonel, &c.
f hat his 'rarned friend who had just taken
ea w,(/ t".rl 7 Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.
th.a. peopte had sent them thar WASHINGTON, Aug. 13tih.
tliat llhe seTin people had sent {hem thar The advocates of the election of Zach-
fo Intak, la-ws'uand that he iil,,l to do his ary Taylor as the next Pressdent, do not
,lmv in -i.ife of the-(here the Squire deem it necessary 1o employ the agency of
.11.n14..d I lost the ,argument.) That it fussy politicians, in what is called a Con-
, rn vention, for the purpose of bringing him
,before the people. The people have nom-
y rtni i1,,:. ,i -.r..s, ih.,i li, had cut out inated hint, and they intend, without tile
.''eiuo,-h .,il, .lre il\ i,, ,r:..ir.l,,y Honorable aid of any intervening power, to ratify that

L:y --cenu. Lm.n t',:, FL .-'- -i-t i ni-w th'i awl no-nination at the polQ. All Ib.atrem-iinsto
I .t" he ,- -,,_ and a e be done is to prepare Taylor electoral tick-
S.. (gets at.the proper time, and a national'con-
S I ipe tlimp >-, the meeiin by .snoring, they mention is of no use for that purpose. Whlat
wr., \o,\. muh mist:i!eun ;finally, said the national Convention nominated General
czilpn.,r. I ,P in for maiki,, new laws- W ashington? There is as little need now
Iholishint all offices-slitling the debt- of a Convention to nominate Gen. Taylor.
,,,, y.g t s W o is t t I have no doubt that the greater portion
1d ire. ?gaysfaridwhtdoesemean of' the Whig people are friendly tO the elec-
Wy. Squire? ays I, and what does he mean t (ion of General Taylor, and it is very proba-
S Why. thar's your-opponent and he's been ble that the sticklers for a Convention
ridtii ihe Elephant, tle matlte- ii hand, says would, as members of that Convention, give
t0-Squire, is just this, your opponent is Itheir assent to Gen. Taylor's nomination.
!: the Convention is to nominate General
t ryiod-htri-4and at speech making here, so 'Taylor, then what is the uso of calling it,
that' he will be ighi--"We-ntrp when he gets useless for the purpose of giving factitious
lo !he Legislatee. The Leg'islait.r says I,_ importance to a few individuals, and creating
-* 1 n/i i ;> ryo>inr P o ~ ri.s ii4a* 11-6hi they deem] ;1sa
iv h a t o n y e a rth d o y o u c a ll ,h is mtee ti ? c P cl a zm ionG+i o 'b t h y d e e m a sh e
high claim upon Gener:al T a-ylor-f6Y -ilitir
Why, says the Squire, some folks call it nris. This is Loco-Foeoism in its worst
the Elephant, and some the Town Council. aspeet-the monopoly of all office by politi-

: 'Phe Tor' ", Council! says I, you dont say ea! knaves and party haeks ;-the conversion
*so .7 darn mB-if i didn't just ntow .think it of" the government itself into a party engine.
.... -. w- th 'o e house. ,o Tl Legis te. On the other hand, if the Convention is to
"- a th loe ,hus- o the heldlner [o the^ purpose of nominating an
SAfter tl"i'-ieelin adjourned the- &qo-'tre in- anti-Taylorecandidate, who can expect tlhat
;*" .r-roduced ume 10 bolh my opponents--I dis- the Taylor men will go into it, or consent to
l'teit-l iha{ D aivis had his hat full of notes be bound by it?7 No Sirs,--the Taylor
.i*i ha bee ta of th meeting Orma^n men need no Convention, and will resort to
none.
said I must excuse him that evenin as he Can any one suppose that the Southern
was considerably out of wind; I was just state-righ't friends or Gen. Taylor will go
%- o.oin^z to obsarvel, says I, that we've had into a Convenlion, the avowed object of
considerable wi~ndto night-he'-laffed and so which is to present a Northern candtidate oi
: .. .^ T the Liberty party .?"

,^"" : .. with Davis=-we g-t into a long argument in1t0 an exelusive,.Southern, piro-slavery
: an~d the Squire thought-I used him up; Convention, and demand ipleges from Gen.
-'' -finally, saYs I, I understand you are. detar- Taylor on the subject of the \\ihnot pro-
m iedtO go to Miilidgeville? D. ,- vise. / ^ ^ ^
',- .to :do what .?! says he. Squhre~isays I, I Taylor will no! undertake to" pronounce an


t:* ^ -.hnk the gem ltey an is a Inlle %%ill Nou opi,.inu or give-a pledge upon every ques-
-" 't,: a p tar ret for us;r Co- ,.iitl % llici to know, lion hatc-can be made for him by. snbtile
,s the Squire wheh, \,,, ,,e .-,in to op or indiscreet friends. He will, as
-"M > i- ti i ,,, believe and know, give no ear to
)._l>.o .Lis__ ,.i iu, ... J, i ]iI. .. .. .,r- ho,e, who seek M-" enrn-ngle im -1TiTs
inm no, -,.,\' D., I-, I .,..i.,.,i rh,--- '@l onel's talk."'''
indepeitdencP. andI will -,, in Ior'lhs elec-
'. ..- Armi ,.Av STIAVE TAADE.--The Conven-
n.. e... ,:, ., n e lion be ,-en Great Britain, France and the
IS* .ii n:v"si "'-a n V ,t,,,re 111,1111111011 .here -ore-s i n f t e
*d *:4V4'-1;9^ n--e call1o11t3'- in tloe Si,,dj States, for the suppression of the
r^-%e'll call onl Oiinv in iltile sl.ie trade, so far froom having produced
.... ; .'^ _.i & _-" a v benefit, 'has actually occasioned an
+,.-.--^ ^fr:-Wecum home tlie Sti're said he amn,_,,nt of suffering at which humanity
* .-'." T /'-- '- -.'oI"- ,-- h ders. T he w hole coast of A frica is
,l vo1,1 ',,t h ,,e1 anky: 0ppos '. ,, blockade, it will be remembered; and
.1 i-:t,1l',..savs t that i, tlle cos.3; I 'I""l I as the fleetest English vessels are used, the
-/ .J:^'s.ee elred. J Mt-livonsartin, says the Squire, traders have been compelled to adopt the
;~~h an sml ves's'e"ls,- -
"; rne..,e, I,,.., agnino opposition, and plan of using very light an, small vessels,

;' -s git a t r alters in order to escape then. !The sufferings
1 I vit :1 V',. but sarc"nstanc s alters _
ss ,s 1, but I know of no sar- of the unhappy wretches, crowded on board
these vessel, are horrible beyond description,
cuar, so.:#.' il, it %Ill make a case of ,he. The The N. York Express sayi that out of 210,-

[, ..S'q1ime says, in order to make my ticket 000 shipped for Cuba ani Brazil, 178,000
ihont,;,. and to sarve his party, he's com- died on the pasage.. YK. the price is so
.' '. enormous that the trip isalways a good one.
;- ing out for the lower house, and that we'll The n ves .els in use areonly two feet ten
-- go to'tMillidlgeille togethe'-thathedoesn't inches hi-gh. bet%%eeu (ecks and in this
WvantltAknown that he's going to run until space meli.lvon, and childern are hud-
"dled lo-,ether. Theseifacts induced Mir.
jist before hlie day ; thgt last year he come BIrD th 7i in dh1n^ih House of Comr-
'*' 1 1 i ~Borthwick, in he Eirn-.iz H ueo o
out too soon-that he was-pushed too hard Mons, to calilon L or Palmerston to put
atfirst, and as a consequence he let down on an end to the joint treaty or treaties on this
lhe itraet. 41es.,ys he~has no idea of start- subject with France Qedthe United States.

"(7in! but intends to run quarter.races, and The only way, -s te Express justly re-
,remarks, to stop this trade effectuady, is to
I shouldn't be nui.h surprised if the Squire induce Cuba and Br.Izi to declare it piracy;
slipped'in "ii-s -:year without his knowing but this is imposible; for in Brazil every-

exacily howte did ih body is concerned in it, from the Emperor


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down-and in Cuba such enormous profits
are made by the principal officers who con-
nive at it, that any attempt of thesort would
be defeated by their instrumentality.
All the attempts of mistaken but well
meant philanthropy, have thus resulted in
incalculable mischief to the slave. Cannot
abolitionists learn a lesson from this fact?
[Richmond Whig.
Foreign News.
We lay before aur readers the state oflthe
English market' and such items of' general
interest as seem most worthy of extract.
The Cambria, which arrived at Boston on
the 18th, bring English dates to the 4th inst:
There has been another wholesale tumble
in breadstuffs. Western Flour is now quo-
ted at 27s to 2,7s, 6d per barrel, and Indian
corn 25s to 30s per quarter. Not much
change in Cotton.
COTTON.-Fair Upland 741d per lb; Mo-
bile, middling, 6,J a 6T1; good fair 7a; fine 71
a 8; Alabama and Tennessee, rniddling,6-
a 6 ; New Orleans middling 6h a 7, good
fair 7', a 8d ; fine, 8J a 9; bowed Georgia,
riddling 5a a 67, good fair 71 a 7, fine 7,|;
Sea Island, middling 10 a 13, good fair 15 a
17. fine 20 a 24.
The market had been languid for ten days
preceding the arrival of the steamer of the
16lh ult., with a decline of 11d. per lb.; buit
since theo *the market has acquired- mure
firmness, and the decline has been partially-
recovered-
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.-A pain-
ful sensation has taken place in the money
market since the departure of the last steam-
er, and which in a greater or less degree
has effcted every branch of trade and manu-
facturer. For some days the funds have
been in a very unsettled state; and though
speculation has not gone to the extent which
it was apprehended it would, the financia
condition of the country may be said to be in
state of the most painful uneasiness.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.-Parliament
has been dissolved, and the new elections
are proceeding vigorously. So far as the
returns have been made, they show a com-
plete triumph of free trade principles. Lord
John Russell, who will form the new cabi-
net, has been re-elected for the city of Lon-
don.
The prospects of the harvest continue
highly encouraging, and everywhere pro-
mise a most abundant yield. It has alrea-
dy been begun in several of the Southern
counties. The crops of wheat, oats and
barley are universally healthy-and the po-
tato, notwithstanding all that has been
said of the re-appearance of the disease of
last year, is affected but to a very insig-
nificant extent. The same is the case in
Ireland.
Famine and disease are rapidly vanish-
ing in Ireland, but by a strange anomaly,
outrage still continues rife.
The accessions of the prelacy, priest-
hood and gentry -of the country to the old
Ireland party, are large, and the weekly
contributions steadily increase. It is ex-
pected that a large proportion of Repeal-
ers will be returned to the Imperial Par-
liament at this election.
The remains of Mr. O'Connell were
embarked at Birkenhead for Dublin on
Sunday, where. they arrived the following
day.
A formdabe conspiracy of tlhe most dia-
bol'cal character has been detected at
Rome. The object of the conspirators,
who amounted to several hundreds, was to
massacre the citizens, and remove the Pope
to Naples by force. Five Cardinals, with
exalted civil and military officers, have been
discovered to have been abettors.
Popular feeling has become more tran-
quil in France.
The King was well received by the peo-
ple, on the celebration of the glorious three
days. The Chamber of Deputies is about
to be dissolved.
Several sanguinary battles have been
fought between the Russians and Circas-
_ians--the former being defeated with con-
SI(Tera-b-e loss.
Mr. Walter, the celebrated proprietor of
the London Times, is dead.
The Wesleyan Confer'ence had commenc-
ed their sittings at Liverpool. Rev. Samuel
Jackson was elected President.

A.N'oTrER LETTER FRtOM GEN. SCOTT.---
Tlhe following letter is said to have been
written by Gen. Scott to the Heon. Millard
Filutore :
[HEADQUARTERS OF THE AiRMY.
Mly .Dear Sir: I have received tow let-
ters (one from the Rev. MIr. Angler, and/
tlhe other signed by Mr. Va-n Wyck,) asking
on several grounds the discharge of James
Thompson, a private of the second Regi-
ment of Artillery.-1lst. He has, since his
enlistment, r~efortned his habits. This is an
argument in favwor of his serving out his
lime, lest he should relapse if discharged,
before confirmed in his reformation--mili-
tary discipline highly favors reformation.
2d. He has become pious. This makes
him at onee a bet ter soldierand a better man;


fortunately we are not without many pious
officers and nien in our ranks. BunL3d. It
is alleged that he has imbibed couscientious
scruples against performing military duty.
If the man be mad, he can be discharged
on a surgeon's certificate to that effect-but
if" he has turned coward, we have ample
means of punishing him if he should, when
ordered, refuse to fight.
Ii ,.-tun the letters you enclosed, and re-
main, my dea'rsir, with great esteem, yours
truly, : *
WINFIDLD SCOTT.
Hon. M. FILA iF. E.
RATHER "COOL.-Among tho details of
the late terrible disaster on Lake Erie, we
little expected to find a joke ; yet the Clea-
veland Plain Dealer tells us, that while the
Chesapeak was lying to her anchor, gradu-
ally sinking, and just before she went down,
a gentleman sought out his wife, who was
standing on the hurricane deck, and thus
accosted' her :
^" Well, wife, that long mooted question
will soon be settled with us."
What do you mean," said she, what
question do you refer to!"
Why" said he, the question whether
that old Red Dragon has seven heads and
ten horns, or ten heads and seven horns."
"Oh, husband !" said the lady, "how can
you jest at such a time ?"
In about ten minutes the boat went down,
and as luck would have it, this imperturba-
bly'jester was saved.


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nage of all MECHANICS and MkNUl.A0;-
TURERS throughout the UNITED STATES$,
and should be in the hands of EVERY, ONE'
that feels an interest in the advanceme.nt..;of
Mee-anical -or Scientific &Lieproyoie.-o *'tt
Country. -.. -
It is published in QUARTO FQM, cpo.ve.
niently adapted to BINDING, and lurnisbed to
Country Subscribers at theI. LW'. PRIC-E ,(
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLA. ;'r"
IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
Months, Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers, "':4
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Apalachicola Exchange, F *'' :
THE subscriber informs his Pr- 'y- '
^r~Sand the public in general, that h-e h' _ .
come the Proprietor of this above- w`,. h
known house, and will be pleased -to ent-e- |
any of the travelling community that' may.f 4%
him with their custom, and will also accotnm.f9 -i
date resident boarders. The bar will always.-
supplied with genuine liquors oft-.e choicest -., -'s
quality. JOHN PATRIDGF, \._
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 18-16. "
U. S. MIAIL FROM
Chattahoochee to Fort Gaines.
fa ON and after the first day of
^JULY next, this Line will be
kw Sma run regularly in TWO-HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned, having the con-
tract to carry the Mail on tOis route, intends to
give every facility to TravNi.o'rs whli may wish to
take this ronte, by C.lui.Ius, Ga., North. .
Good Stagas, the best of teams, and obliging
drivers, will always be provided; and in a word,
every pains will be taken to give satisfaction, (s-
pecially during the season of high water,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The Stage will leave Chattahoochee every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 A. M. ; arrive
at Fort Gaines next day, by 12 M. Leave Fort
Gaines every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at I P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M. X-
Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chattahoochee,.Quipcy, tdr
Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditious*
route.
T. D. WILON, Prioprietor.
Q',incy, June 26, 1847. _'7.aug14 31-1m -r
Twenty Dollars Reward.,
Sf WILL be paid for the apprehension
and delivery of a NEGRO MAN named-
LEVI, who ran away from Macon, on Sutt.,.
-E day the llth inst. Levi is a dark mulatto,-
stout and well built, will weight about 180 .lbs.,.
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 sufficient to convict him.
H. L. COOK, Agent.
Macon, July 20,1847. aug21 32;.4't 1
SANS SOUCI HOTEL.
T HE subscribers respectfully inform thei5.' ,
friends, and the public generally, that they,
have opened the above establishment, and ar%,
now. ready to receive boarders, and hope through.
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar will be well furnished with choice"
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the, Restaurant-' "
will be well supplied with Game, Fish and. Os-'
ters, of the best quality in season.
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
June 22, 1847.
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish tor refreshments
in their rooms can be accomodated it s-ort.
n o t i c e '"* *-S.-
A CARD. / *J^
T HE subscriber begs. leae to if i nrorr,-h -e-.>:i-' 4 v ,..
_zens of Apalachicola, and those.ofleneir," -
boring country, that he has established a priesIn i
this city for the purpose of printing'music, co.n- *, ;--,.
posed and arranged for the Piano Forfe,-asiwell ,
as for other- instruments. He intends lo kesp_ .-
constantly on hand a selectibonrof the n'osl fafh- '"
ionable pieces, and his prices.per copy, shdlt-be'
moderate, to suit the times; he also ofte for t ./
sale, Piano Fortes of the most-approved .mak.. -
he is prepared to repair and tune'Pianos, awnd lt. _
them in perfect order; he also bogs leave tG.say,- 2-
that he is ready to give instruti-on 6n tUie Pian,-. ...
V iolin, Flute. i Jd 'lT ne differeb tB rass ; -' "
Instrument Ti, -i -,r-ftitS aF "" -
their resi'ln --P wi-.diing. to obtan" his, -..
services, wil. tin.] lIi at all1 liuries (e.-vept wlh.a
on a visit prc osl< ,t,, I h iil .) i h'is tilisic room at the
dlh(eneum ,.Ci'iti',,-'<:'re strexft. "; '' ; "
Orders for Music or lnstrumentswill meet-with
prompt attention. H. BERNREuTER, =
Piofressor of Music. -
Apalachicola, July 10,:1:84:7.:'. 26-tf: -,, ->

Rat, Mlouse & Coclkroach Poisonmi
TIHIS very efficacious remedy for extermnina-. ...
.3_ting itr, i^.di-ir.'ly,'it' a~proper application- bee ,
made, of all of the above named antn-yances. Hi^
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perties to that order of insects. For sale. by -"
August 14 J. C. ALLEN: Druggtst. -
Panacea. -- '
T__OUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received
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June 12 H.. HF. ABELL.
JLaniB> Oil -
O-F' the best- quality, for summer use, for" sale
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STATEMENT OF COTTON
Received at the Port of .palachicola,from 1st
._ S S*pt-, 1816, to st Sept., 1S47.
Sto.'- on hand 1st September, 1816 ....... 98S
Receipts from 1st September, 1846, to 1st
September, 1847, ...................... 108,476
109,464


Exports of Cotton from the Port of Apa.
lachicola, from 1st September, 1S46, to
1st September, 1847-
To Liverpool,. ............ 2S,913
AHavre,................. 2,592
17rieste,................ 3,300
Crenoa,. ............... 95S
--- 35,763
To .ew York, ............ 23,609
3oston,................. 18,946
Providence,... ......... 8,103
Baltimore,. ........ .... 2,660)
Sew Orleans,..........16,127
Other coastwise ports,.. 3,678
_____ *7'? 1 O'


1.5 LzjJ


--- 108,806
Stock on hand 1st Sept., 1847,...... 578
Total receipts from 1st Sept., 1845, to 1st
St t., 1846,. ........................... 110,90o2
Tot'd receipts from 1st Sept., 1846, to ]st
Soot., 1847,............................. 108,476
Leaving decrease of .......... bales 2,426


To tlSe Voters of Franklin.
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
capadty, I now present myself before you for
electun to that post, if you shall see fit to bestow
it upin me.
Hatieig oftentimes expressed my decided con-
victin that caucuses and conventions are cori-
traryto the true spirit of our institutions, it is
not surprising that I have preferred to come before
you a a candidate in the old Republican fashion,
such -: 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 sufliiages of his
fellow-citizenQ. If the People desire my election,
I slall know it by the result of the canvass-if
the3 elect me their desire to make use of my
serv.-es will thereby be manifested more certainly
thanby means of an election brought about by
the hfluence and management of a caucus. If I
do rt receive a majority of the votes polled, I
shallearn that the will of the People has not
seceded mny wishes, and I shall bow in quiet
submission to your decision.


W. G. M. DAVIS.


AI'ALACIHICOLA, Aug. 2t, 154t7.
Felliv- Citizens of 'Franklin County:
Ihreply to the public call made (in the Com-
mercil Advertiser of the 21st instant) by Many
Citizes-tthat the) are desirous of using my name
as a candidate for the State Senate at the ensuing
electfi-I have to say frankly to them, and to
all cizens of Franklin, that if such is the spon-
aineias desire of the voters and citizens of the
count, they are at liberty to use my name for
that purpose. And if, at the October election,
it shald be the will of the majority of the voters
that should serve them in that capacity, I shall
undoubtedly feel that I am highly honored, and
feel to, under a deep sense of obligation to serve
faithlilly the interests of the people of this coun-
ty an of the State to the best of my humble
abiliLes. I am, with all due respect,
Your obedient,
THOMAS ORMAN.


APALACHICOLA, Aug. 23, 1817.
JOIM C. MACLAY, ESQ.
Dar Sir : As it seem to have become fashion-
able f late to announce candidatesifor popular fa-
vor, egardless of party influence, 'we hope to be
excued for thus addressing you through a public
print We cannot too warmly commend the in-
creasing disposition in the publiQ mind to-selec'
rne/o fackno -Ecdk e a Tataents- an- *intferity, re-
gardlessaOf-polities, to fill our important voices.
-jyIany questions of great public interest will come
before cir next Legislature, and it is all impor-
tant tht 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 hat your claims to office should not be
overlooled. We hope therefore you will consent -
to becotie a candidate for the Senate at the ap-
proachhg election. Yours, respectfully,
MANY CITIZENS.


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
-'- In Clhancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
_--- I ;- >Petition for-IDiv.oxi.
- It a Gram wafrT ...: ... .. .
IT appearing to the satisfaction lf the Court,
by affidavit made in this case, that the de-
fendant, Fatha Grantham, resides beyond the
jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordered
that the said Fatha Grantham do appear and an-
swer the 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
Sfate of Flbrida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.,
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of said county,
deceased, notice is hereby given that 1 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 f-he date of this advertise-
ment. ,MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apalachicola, July 24, 1S,47. 28-2m.
NOTICE-Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is my duly
authorized agent during, my absence from
the State._ .[iil'^.-] E. McCULLY.
Coffee.
10 AnBAGS RIO, for sale by
I May 15, J. DAY & CO.
Extract Sarsaparilla.
IBULL'S & SANDS', tor sale by the dozen or
) single bottle, by +
July 17'' J. C ALLEN.










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H. F. ABELL,.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, .,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846. :, :.-
Drugs and Iedicines
(P' THE subscriber bag,; and wiM^,
'constantly have, on hand,a comp]_4
-assortment of DRUGS and MEDI.'',
CINES, Which he willwarrai ptire
.-and of the best quality. County
Merchants and Planters will find it
to their advantage to call, examine and price bis
Goods, before purchasing elsewhere ,. '
N.B.', Physician's prescriptions ptuprnp'Ut
care and iAfuracy at any hour of the davr niht
j March-i -166'r". hVnlre'Aifdtoh^ at


7


MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PH(FNIX
BITTERS, just received and for saleby
Nov 21 J. C. ALLIN.
Bagging and Rope. ,
SPCS Kentucky Bagging;
100 100 coils Rope;
4 bales Bagging Twine, for saleiy
WM. G PORTER & CC
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Iron, Nails, &c.
Cf TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes
2 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;|
20 English and American Vies;
20 ,, Bellows;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw;
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale Ir
WM. G. PORTER & 0.
Dec 4 41 Water steet.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHWNIX
BITTERS, just received and for salby
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Drugist.


THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN.
Ir announcing the fact that the undersigned
have associated themselves together in the Edito-
rial Department of THE SAVANNAH GEOR-
GIAN," we take this occasion to say to the pat-
rons of that paper, and to the public generally,
that arrangements have already been made for its
material improvement in outward appearance,
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and
sustain its character as a commercial paper, and,
to fill its columns with interesting and profitable
matter. We feel most sensibly that to render the
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growing
interests and population of our State and City re-
quirei, a diversity of labor must be expended
izponit:; such we are determined to furnish.-
We, shdil'strive to make its columnsfpleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon which the
Democratic p:rty has planted itself, believing
'these principles to be essential to .the'perpetuity
of our national freedom and the advancement of
our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid
all rude collisions with'views and opinions an-
i tagdnistic to our own. To render our paper the
ffirm but- dispassionate exponent of democratic
'principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of
'Southern in-ititution!;, the vehicle ot amusing and
a nstructive thought upon all proper subjects,
"vhethelf -kience, literature, or general infor-
lnmation,-ttin a word, to make it a welcome visitor
-'at once f6 the merchant and the mechanic, the
-student and the farmer, shall be our constant en-
tdeavWr, and if, in addition to this, we shall
be enabled by extending our circulation through
the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
..... r-OVr--- TC Sjote- and City together, and to
-secure that oneness- of sympathy and feel-
ing so e.'.r-,n 1ial to the prosperity of both, we shall
e'find our lbborS arol\lY rc.pjul.
To enable us t.:, c.:,nirtiie our present connec--
'tion, however, gad to do all that we would wish
to'do in tl e way o:i improving The Georgian,"
iwemust lo6k-for an increased support from the
I'public ; such we'now solicit and confidently ex-
itpect.' WM. H. BULLOCk,
.HENRY R. JACKSON.
TERMS:
'" THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
'Savannah~at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM, pay-
able semi-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
LARS FOR Six MONTHS.
,-. THE..TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, fir the
.... Country, is published to meet the arrangement
-' of the mails, three times .a week, (Tuesday,
'- Thursday and Satvrday,) at the Office of the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains all the intel-
ligence, Commercial, Political and Miscella-
neous, including new Advertisements 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.
SAkugust 14, 1847.
NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
Fprinters' Furnishing Warehouse.
,No. 17 Canal street Row.
THE undersigned beg leave to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
itablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
'DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as no expense was spared to
obtainthe handsomest faces and to perfect it in
,'every respect, we will venture to say it wilt be
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
aVnited States. We have also a very handsome
assortmentt of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
.,test style, to which we would call the attention
,of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All
,articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
mt the North; and as we shall sell Type at New
Work prices, we trust to meet with encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
IRULE and TYPE of any-magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
'tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
ttire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
4to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
Sfor the sale of the Napier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
every other article required in the Printing busi-
4iess, will be kept on hand, and furnished at
,nanfacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
fby stating the size of the paper, or the particular
.style and quantity of work to be executed.
[0- The proprietors of newspapers -who will
publish this advertisement six months, and send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for the
advertisement by purchasing six times the amount
,of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 2"2, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.
1W HHDS St. Croix Sugar ;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java ;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
. 50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
: -20. Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
: .;- 100 bags .Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
"' '2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
S200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
,: 'Dec 5 '41 Water street.
STarrant's ]Effervescent Seltzer
* Aperieut.
HTEALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated
.* a~nd healthful condition of body produced
by the'use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER, APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed- to be


S -'the most popular remedy of the present day, for
....d. -na aUndcT-4r Indigestion, Bilious
- ..,ache, Heartburn, habitua. U&oIsi es., 1 Ha-
Travellers and residents i n-wana inmates" winI
lind it a desirable article; it prevents any accu-
mulation of bite, is portable, and the method of
,preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent -occasion fer gentle and cooling
purgativess; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
Drugs & TfIedecines.
THE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qul-
''nime, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
'Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil,
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, Sulpher, flower
-and role, Copperas, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,
'/Calcind and Curb. of Magnesia, Gum Camphor,
Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of as-
-sorted Glass Ware, and a general assortment of
all articles in the Drug line. For sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Bullrs and Sand's
*T-tARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


State of Florida.
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the city of Apalachicola, Franklin coun-
ty, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of October
next, at the usual hours of sale, so much of the
lands lying oppositethe city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
willbe sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Seventy Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional'quan-
tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apa-l-eeicola, April24. 1847. 15-6n--_
S.-a-ofc 's Vegetable Antibillious
Pills.
AFRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.


son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets Heidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes :
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Buckwheat;
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apalachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


I


Carpenter's Extract ofBuchu.
W ARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


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ftors,' otfcro. Regal INotfco.


AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
PROPOSED AND AGREED TO BY THE SECOND
GENERAL ASSEMBLY; SUBJECT TO THE
(ACTION OF THE NEXT GENERAL
ASSEMBLY.

.an act so to amend the Constitution of this
State as to extend to all free white male in-
habitants, being citizens of the United States,
who shall have resided within this State one
year, the elective franchise.
S.ECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of Flo-.'
rida in General Assembly convened, That the
first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution
be so amended as follows, viz: Every free white
male person of the age of twenty-one years and
upwards, and who shall be, at 1the'tiime of oftbr-
ing to vote, a citizen of the UrVrtef States, and
who shall have resided and had his habitation,
domicil, home and place of permanent abode in
Florida, for one year next preceding the election
at which he shall offer to vote, and who shall, at
such time and for six months immediately prece-
ding said time%, have had his habitation, domicil,
home and place of permanenit'abode, in the coun-
ty in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed
a qualified voter at all elections under this Con-,
stitution and none others, except in elections by
general 'ticket in the State or District prescribed '
by law-, in which cases, the elector must have
been a resident of the State one year next prece-
ding 'the election, and six months within the
election district in which he offers to vote: Pro-
vided, That no soldier, seaman or marine in the
regular Army or Navy of the United States, tan-
less he were a qualified elector of this State pre--
vious to his enlistment as such soldier, seaman or
marine in the Regular Army or Navy of the
United States, or of the revenue service, shall be
considered a resident of the State in copsequence
of being stationed within the same.
Passed Senate, December 1, 1846.
I D. H. MAYS, President Senate,
H. ARCHER, Secretary Senate.
Passed House, December 16, 184'6.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk,
.an Act to amend -the Constitution of this State
so as to make the sessions of the Generl .As-
sembly biennial instead of annual.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of'Representatives ofthe State of Flo-
rida, in General Assembly convened, That the
second clarse of the-fourth article of the Constitu-
tion of this State be so amended as to read as fol-
lows, viz, 2d. The members of the House of
Representatives shall be chosen by the qtaiified
voters, and shall serve, for the term of two years,
from and after the day of the first election under
the amended Constitution, and no longer; and
the sessions of the General Assembly shall be
biennial, and commence on the fourth Monday in
November, in each and every second year, or at
such other times as may be prescribed by law,
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the third
clause of the fourth article of the Constitution be
amended so that the same shall read as follows:
3d. That the Representatives shall be chosen on
the first Monday in the month of October, in each
and every second year, from and after the first
election under this amended Constitution, or on
such other day as maybe directed by law.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the fifth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, vi;.- The Senators shall be cho-
sen by the qualified electors, for the term of four
years, at the same time, in the same manner, and
in the same place where they vote for members
of the House of Representatives; and no person
shall be a Senator unless he be a.white man, a
citizen of the United States, and shall have been
an inhabitant of this State for two years next pre-
ceding his election, and the last year a resident
of the district or county for which he -.hall be
chosen, and shall have attained the age of twenty-
five years&
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, T'hat the sixth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, viz; The classification of Sena-
tors, as made at the first session of the General
Assembly held in the year 1845, shall continue
unchanged; one half of whom, as nearly as possi-
ble, shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially
for the term of four years: Provided, however,
and it is hereby declared, that the term of office
of that class of ISenators unexpired at the first
election under the amended Constituticn, shall
extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in
October, eighteen hundred and fifty.
See. 5. Be it further enacted, That the first
election for Assemblymen, under this amended
Constitution, shall take place on the first Monday
in October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight;
and the first session of the General Assembly, un-
der this amended Constitution, shall commence on
the fourth Monday in November, in the year
eighteen hundred and forty-eight.
Passed Senate, December 22, 1846.
D. H. MAYS, President of Senate.
H. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate.
Passed House of Reps., Dec. 29, 1846.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker He. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps.
March 13, 1847. 9-6m


FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, OU44
BCUIT Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, are.
^-- & THE undersigned returns his tbanWI

urt. S to his friends and the pnblic-for tl~r r
ourt. liberal patronage, and begs to infop
that he is now receiving an addiliaM,
I--=* al supply,- which added to -is face?
stock, renders his assortment uniiasUy atrb
and complete. English, French, Germ anrd
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glas
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which he warranfs
pure and unadulterated.


PROSPECTUS
OF THE

JACKSON WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED 1IX MARItIANN.
THE undersigned propose publishing in the
Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a
weekly newspaper with the abovertrtle.
This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it Wfll also tonitin the
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Pdlicy.
The want of a local paper has been severely
felt in Jackson, Walton and Washington Coun-
ties, and has led to the proposed establishment of
this Journal.
The undersigned hope to obtain sufficient pat-
ronage to enable them to commence6its publica-
tion by the 1st of September.
TERMs-Three dollars pertaria'umr,;in advance.
$3 50 if paid Within six months; or $4 00 at the
end of the year.


NOTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin
County, for a final discharge from the Adminis-
tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of
said county, deceased.
JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x.
Apalachicola, June 5, 1847. 21-6m


IN THE WESTERN CI1
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Cc
IN CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of'
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant.


OTICE.-Six months aftdr publicafion e1
this notice, application Will be mhhde 'to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, fdr a
final settlement of the administration 'f the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of "said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5:-6m Admiaistratrix,


I Vs.
Joseph 'L. Hepbui-i, George 0.
Hepburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
Dodge; the heirs of John
peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDougald;
John W. Campbell; Hudson
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; jines Holt; Sea-
born Jonesj 5ohiV H. Howard
ind Ed ward C 'y, t"r'uistees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Howland; William
Sloan; Duncan MeDou-
gald ; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross,,
a bankrupt ; Daniel McDou-
eild Joseph ,. Lawrence
'B. Bra~h Wi~lstiA6 H.
Brockenbrough and the Bank
of Pensacola,


, Bill for Dower.


Dry Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,
Super fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonadeg,
Br6ovn Shirting and Shedting-,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super; plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseilles and Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c.
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importers and Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or, etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 5, 1846. 41 Water street.
B. Ellison & Co., 91 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall dq, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do, Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Litharage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tar do, Scrub do, Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck, Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Red Bunting, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, Axe
Helves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets, Chisels,
Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets. Handsaw
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hoks- afd S-taples, Hinges,; Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Haulyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
'Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &c., &c.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23. 1847.


BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.


July 31, 1847.


Groceries and Ship Stores.
R-IO COFFEE, Java do, 9t. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young HFyson Tea,
Hysoft A0o, Poivchontg dd, Soohong do-, G oshef
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shout-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa~s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELL1SON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.


Defendants.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside Within the, Western Circuit
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
the ,aid George 0. Hepburn in the State of Mis-
souri ; the said Annie 9. Hepburn, and Caroline
B. Hepburn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New York; the heirs of
John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
their trustees; the said Hines Holt and Seaborn
Jones, John V. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
gia; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan
McDougald, each reside in the State of Alabama;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence O'B.
Branch and William H. Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida: is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, do appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pr,- confesso against them
and each of them in default : Provided, this order
be published in any newspaper printed in this
Circuit once a week for four months from the
date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge fo the Western Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNIER,
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m


F"OR the cure ofDispiebsia bt Indigestion, Bil- A
.I ioU ahd hervous 'eadachebC04stipa btin
Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gavw'el, F i-
lency, &e. For sale wholesale and retail, by
Dec 12 J. C. ALLBN, Druggist.


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


Tarrant's Compound Extract of
Cubebs and Copavia.
Stands unrivalled for its
efficacy; it performs a cure
inna few days-,no conline-
Rment or restriction -in tfel,
"is necessaryy. t=Wilb
found invaluable, beihgpte
pared with the -greatest
possible care, upon well
tested principles, founded
upon that important law,
first established by the cel-
ebrated Dr. Fordyce, vi%:r.:
that a combination ofsi t ."
elar remedies would produce a more certain-"
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by its timely appli-
cation; For sale by
Dee 12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.


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


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


SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, bf the
bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO
Jan 2S 24 Water street.


WtINER'S


In District Court of the United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. MqLean, and"
others, owners of the
steam boat Augusta,
vs. Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture.
N"OTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I
have seized and taken The above-mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture,
to answer to the libel filed therein; for damages
for a collision, in 'a cause civil and maritime.-
That the said process is returnable before the
District Court of the United States for the North-
ern District of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of May, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and place the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th day of May,
in the year 1847. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal
by H. R. TAILOR, D. M.
May 22, 1847. 19-tf


Wistars Balsam of Wild Chery.
C) DOZEN, just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.


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


QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ut re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
TUST received, and for sale by .. .
June 12 H. F. ABELL.


CANADIAN VERMNIFUGE.
The remedy to which we would call the attewr =
tion of t lie public, is one whieh, has proved 96a
cessful for a long time; and it. is universally ac-
knowledged by all who have tried it, to be CAK
SUPERIOR to any other medi-ine ever emwL4d
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
only destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
THE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it- dissolves and
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH AND
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, more especiHy
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed:
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and by removing it, it is impossible for wornfis-to
remain in the body. It is harmless in its e,tkts
on the system, and the health ofotha+atient is
always improved by its jL,-,vevt-when no worms;
are discovered- -_
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cents a
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co'., S3.
Maiden Lane, New York.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 for Apalachicola.


-


GREEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
125 sacks Green Rio Coffeee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
200 Old Rectified Whiskey;
100 boxes white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5 do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 Hams;
20 barrels Clarified Sugar;
10 boxes Loaf do;
50 Sperm Candles;
20 barrels N E Rum;
10 White's Baltimore Gin;
10 Domestic Brandy;
10 NO Molasses;
50 boxes English Dairy Cheese;
50 pieces Kentucky Bagging;
30 coils Rope;
10 bales Alicant Mats;
80 bxs and hlf-bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins;
10 Lemons;
75 Manufactured Tobacco;
25 cases assorted Pickles;
30 barrels Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ;
20 halfbbls do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;

20 chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-


Franklin Circuit Court,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, AbeL- .....
A--"arfims, George W.
Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
trading underthe firm }.Sum sworn to $4543 90.
of 1, Barnard, Adams Damages $8000.
& Co."
Vs.
John Dill.
THE Defendant and all others interested, will
take notice of the institution of the above
suit by attachment, returnable to the December
Term, 1847, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will
appear and plead thereto, according to law.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Apalachicola, April 13, 1847. aprill7 14-4m


The Great Canadian Remedy.
WINER'S PECTORAbL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE; ':
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Diffi.u&,
ty of Breathing. Pleurisy, Consumption, -;
and all Diseases of the Lungs. "
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping rheou"
sands to a premature grav" under the name of
Consumption, can be cured by using this medi-'-
cine.
For several years past, this medicine has been
in use in Canada, where it has become universal
ly known, and is considered the'best medicine"'
in use for all pulmonary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in thea count..
try, and the many truly wonderful co#rrs, w41cli,
have been eftected by it; has induced IheprpIri6, .
toirs to introduce it into the United Sla'tes, c on:,
fident of its being the most safe and valuable re-.":.
medy, ever discovered, and adapted to ag. diseases ,.
of the lungs, when any of the functions do :not :--"
perform their natural or hasty action, exertinega,-;-iL
most grateful and soothing influenceQ o!'er-h;-:~l -
functiois of the whole systeii,--dirninishing ex---
citelnreit wj}n exeess9vo,- allaying iwwrhfinl.
SbrtH-w^ aie;m and speedily i,-t-tr-i i rig rew-
ed vigor-and elastictiY to the whole frane.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail' by, *'
JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Land,: K.g|~
York, soie proprietor for the Umited States.' .
-H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan.9 for Apalacbicoli,


Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints, fresh, tor sale
April 17 H. F. ABLL.


Blank Books and Stationey.
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Foolscap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boooks for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks.
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H. F. ABEL.


Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watsn, et al.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al. }
GEORGE W. ROSS having filed a petition on
the 22d April, 1846, praying to have a cer-
tain amount of money now in Court, belonging to
defendants, appropriated to the payment of his
fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de-
fendants; and the matter having been referred to
me as Special Master in Chancery to act and re-,
-port upon the same, after_bzving given -30 days
notice by publication inthe papers. It is there--
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the def6n-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next,
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH,
Special Master in Chancery.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
93- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-1t
Ojr- The hearing-of the above matter is post-
poned until the 20th June next.
Apalachicola, April 24, 1847. 15-2m
09d The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, Jhly 3, 1847.


For Sale,
1 0BBLS FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whisky;
100U 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugp.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and fo sale
low,,for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
ATS and Capoy-Tne-cas-e-Tor-tot- eany
B. ELLISON &-CO.
For Sale,
1 HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar
50 bbls Flour, by

Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE CO.


Tobacco.
Or] HALF boxes Manufactured W L Roane"
7 / Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured W Price" Brand.
39 C c cdo. "
28 "W Barlow" "
48 22 lb. boxes ,J W Morgan" "
1. lb Lumps.
5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand
Premium.
5 boxes Napo-
leon's" Brand "Magnolia."
5 boxes Manufactured Napo-
leon's" Brand Strawbery."
50 20 lb boxes Manufactured '1 "Napo-
leon's Brand Magnolia."
9 boxes Manufactured Morford Honey Dew
10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars.
30 doz Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes, -assorted."
Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains.
For sale low to close consignments, by
LOCKHART & YOUNG,
Nov. 14 53 Water street
Oil Cloths and Carpets.
8 PCS Oil Cloth, I and 2 yards wide;
3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by W M. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Boots and Shoes.
BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans;
Men's sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans;
Gents fine Calf Brogans ;
Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes;
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.
A large and extensive assortment, just received
andforsale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 41 Water street.


1


Lamp Oil.
INTER strained, a splendid article, for sale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.
COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
Florida Molasses.
N tierces and~barrels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.
"SET 'IE11 UP."
Athenaeum Bowling Saloon.
HE subscriber bpgs leave to announce to his
T friends and the public generally, that he has
become sole proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and strict at-
tention, to merit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by settling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf
Window Glass.
A LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received
and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
FHIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
LCinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by.
June 12 H. F, ABELL.


ALAD OIL, just receivedand fomale by
Apr 1 17 H. F. A!ELL


Balsam of Live-wo"- -
A REMEDY most perfect is said noWllpobe
discovered in settled Consutmption, Live ( "
Complaint, or- any of' their incipient syvnplfomir,
on the Chrono-Tbermal system, by tho-use otJ
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine,.,:th o
Genuine BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, which, he. 'Prc1
pares at 375 BOWERY.' This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, g,'
and has been for a long time, the secret of the*
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful- -
cures, which in many, very. many cases, hanv
been almost incredible, but the conclusive proM
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, and
we advise all who may have coughs or simple
colds even, to use this perfect specific without
delay. "Franklin says a small leak will sink a
big ship." Therefore, cure your coughs before
your lungs are past cure. For sale by
J. C. ALLEN, Sole Agent for
Apalachicola.
CAUTION-The genuine Doctor TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottlea
splendid steel plate engraving, to prevent coun-
terfeits signed by Gurdon J'. Leeds, any other is
vle and dangerous imitations, and the'"public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it is
protected by the U. S. Copy Rig!$Laws.
March 21, 1840". !-Jy -


'Bay Rum.
A FRESH supply of A. French's superior
Bay Rum, just received and for sal( by
June 12 H. F. AfELL.


Dry Goods.
TVRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Oslaburgs,
JL Linseys', Kerseys, Jeans, Flannel Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, cc. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & (0
Jan 23 23 Water s reet.


Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,'|.
VS. In Chancery.
John D ill and Elizabeth ,"
Ann Dill. J
T having been made to appear affidavit that
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Dill, reside out of the State of Florida, to wit:
in the State of Georgia, It is ordered that pub-
lication be made for four months, in some news-
paper printed in the city of Apalachicola, requi-
ring them to appear and answer said bill, else it
will be taken pro confesso.
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
July 24, 1847. 28-4m


SEIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALUEN.


SULPIIATE and .MURIATE of QUININE,
for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Trusses,
S',INGLE and' double, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


Hoarhound Candy.
PEASE'S Clarified Essence of Hoawhound
Candy, just received and for sale by
June 2 H. F. ABELL.


NOTICE.
'DERSONS having business with the subscri-
J.L bers during their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July -1.2 J. DAY & CO.


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


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\ ISE EL IhlJ nrnrJ Dftcctorin; I I ANOTHER LETTER FROM -l\LU'- DOWN/ of the two last words -- --- - -------- -- -- ---- -- .
, iOUIERtI.UJpiLISIIED{ )V spurious warrant was soon made out, and In the mounted drill he was the same.
) SATURDAY PTJ. -- =--- ==: -=--- i I, ING. saying.i I green horn, equipped in a splendid, uni- At a command lo the right" he was justas
: E\'ERT BENJAMIN: ULLI;..(;;. WILLIAM A. \\'OOD.n. ON: TIlE ROAD TO THE WAR, Mistakes and hilu including; an elegant chapeau and ; likely to turn to the wrong{ as to the right
L. U" 'i' J[ AX.tf. Ellison V- Co.; AtGt:3TlSti., Richie, he what sword side.)
says ; ) 11)a joint contribution of the As to mounting a horse according to
V'IS COMMISSION: J : :MIIICIIANTS Mn. GALE58EATOX: : thing more of Scott and T Thus!' furnished, he was directed to the manual, he saw no use whatever in .'

j G. :M 1>* Editor. DRY GOODS, AND r.lKKT.IMKS: nrALi.ns I I: :IN, HARDWARE" ;MY EAU OLD 1'rtIIcIs-l: spnse you'll ing Mexico ? himself to Commodore S. in the that ; and provided he could climb up by

BilwIPs Building corner of I TIN \VAIM ROOTS( ) siinHATS\: bo ania/inply;: di"' pint t'd to find I I'm away Nothing more today !, and report ready; ) for duty. He was the cantle-of) the saddle, was perfectly satis
$":", T lid -torv and Cherfnut streets.; CATS, CIOCKJIr.1111': : : offline, ptishin on t to the seat of war and;( r was only idling Major that the Commodore( might be pretty

r-.rniwrce CHANDLIIV 24 :Witter'rcrt.,; x-c.. i didn't, call lo see you when T come: tlnou:h }blunders( tlieie have come -" it was a way he had"-but not to fied.In truth, Jackson was ray stupid. He

ThUMS: Jan 23 Apal.ichicold, Fa i W.ishiiijjupn. Hut yon must'nt! ) bl.unc; ine I ing: the country, and how it.rfhc steerage:: being full the new could hardly l be taught to keep his arms and
.f.rnv,.-rhive I D .llars. per annum, :I for it, for I could'nt! help n : th- Pisideiit, I necessary to !get: t the staff ::.hipman was :to demand quarters in the accoutrements in order and could) never
<;Y",II iKj I."'. ,V &:;: & if plld within six' E. .1. ..a rd ill, I I wonltl'nt\ 1 let HIP rail ; lie >;.nd I was jrninquite !! I !somehow'' or other before cabin ; in fact he was ordered execute the first movement of the sabre exercise -

< J.'if) paid: thereallernt'Utjon less -term than !six FACTOR AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT: tiui thick\ w'nh ', 1111. writing loiters lo I 'the jol). I'm going now i take possession of a certain state room. without the most ludicrous) blunders,

.f will taken\! invariably for a be charged for (;::$ Oilice0.. 6 Columbia iiinldin I you and all th.il. And' when! lie .spoke about I plan, 2i1 r. Richie ; but be Commodore's black looks and angry and, if mounted, danger of cutting off his
i s
.'"'V \.) iupT will be discontinued. until't Jan 16 .ApalricbicoU-- -- Fa.- --- the letters, he looked \kind of ted, and showed don't say any thing: about were to be regarded as nothing-he horse's head or car .
.9. Irl' ,j ie ar.puJ, : ion of the Roberts Allen V Co. I considerable; !'tJlIIIIIcChell' \. I and blow it all up. 1 no right to use either. Thus posted Although, after he had been two years in

.''''' ,(twelve line" DEALERS IN HAHDsVAUi: .-\\1t' :--rnVi llifltT.t'1'lY..PflZ: } i .. I1.iaye nnl., '. Qol. Demon on for the :: ," the tictim presented himself to the with three yearsyct to lervt. '.ie was E'ser''iee
rs.-One!
'lU3tI"
lV :(ncE\f"! :-- ,. at the rate of One v Dolavi CIIAKDLEKYIRON, STEEL; NAILS. fl, !. and the decline has been partially; :i..t.!.coU has blovvcd him up. with. put. dowa: by everybody. as alsotulHy
insert
.41 ,,'ltt! be SPIKES, AND I AST1NGSAnd ir log to send : Dowllin "
"
Fifty Cents for every subse- rc?coieicd. Major Old hoss-how are you good (or nothin -a worthless appendage f
r.I'f, the ertiof"t' first'\,. : Manufacturers 'of Tin, Iron, and Cop Coinnci.tr.: : ANI FINANCIAL. pain-; Imines' r rII lar Chaplain' but as a S. stuled-hc had come across a rara to the corps ; for he had even been f

.!\\t In ,chi r alvertie by the year: a liberal per HTircs. fo() sv>!)I"alioll ins, taken place in the money them, you know, to work : s. "Take a seat, sir." tried on various kinds of extra duty, and .
I fI041It(),,'ill.hi' mide ; but advertisements, i not Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. JiiWM. laril't; s'u.ce the departure of the last steanir. I business up before any bo "I kin help myself, old feller-I gineially failed in all.

srO': tivtiinn": M their own busine ;, a; well W. Snl"1.. \V. CilEEvEitiSiiiis | and which in a ;greater; or less decree isn't I IT: go to Scott nor ," was the reply of Vermonter, as he The captain had marked Jackson-he regarded
t d1t i.rii ilivrti-oTisnt* 8*1t in !by them, will Cheevcr, I;,its e.'fctod!' C\'CIJ braucli of trade and inaniiicturcr. any th.ng to do with Y.m ; hiiiHclf into one seat and crossed his him as an anomaly-not exactly an

, I' 1Lr.L.i I tt t1L 1 'H.I. ratri. COMMISSION: : I :MERChANTS: |L, For SOIIM (1a\3; the funds have 1 way int.i. :Mexico, and :go : ;: upon another. idiot, yet seeming so very near one that the
fort
4 ::1-. \'l!t j "il i U" :' 5' ''P >It.s mn t be paid Office No. 21 Water street. [II{1'til!! I in a \ei.)' uns.-tilod! talc; ; and though'crul.ition : na and knock up a ; I *. You are one of the new midshipmen, I dividing lint was hardly perceptible. He can
al h'I'f"e. dec2 Apaldclncola.Fla. i ; don't\ care what lie gives. : ) ) ?P' tetnarkfd the Commodore1 who never be fit for bt the
f .q ) .Itr:: 'rt<*,< '. '' "I'd /announc- __ iiW. !: has not :=onc t to i the extent which anythinthou captain
1"'I'lii"'I k-e 11-> t' .. ::. I'. T. WOO E. B. n.\LLOt" \vis apprehended it would the fmaiici.i'jiiditioii : I Richie, I the country she first. suspected something. ; and he meditated the discharge of ihe
'L' \11|| d'I-n': .t1 "'- :l i distance! m'itI. Wood iV Knlloii, )11' (1ft I he con: ni rv may; be said to be in 1 have peice.! cost what it n I aint nothin' el>e." impracticable dolt, as a ., nuisance to the

, ,:1- n..1 i \it'i': i" "i. f'f city reference, COMMM1SSIOX: :MUltCHANTS \ state of the most; painful une.isines; An: excellent idea, says ; Shall I trouble yon for your warrant ?" service."
I. Office Xo 42 \Vaterstreet.-1It.lir. excellent plan sir. I I'm for 11 Catch hold old A strict drill officer the
. I ,.'|JV I i'i*'rtioi IlStusi1ltcnJ t j (; n:lr.\J. I 1\Ti.I.1uccE.-Parhjaniet: : t boy. captain required
, .n __ ___ Jan 16 AjMldclucola, Fa. 1[.;':i-; been dissolved, and t the ne\v elections ards, it it is to be found an-\ : The Commodore looked at the document every man to do his duty. When Jacksonwas .

r; Director Thomas Preston, p I re piorccditi'4; i iztFousty.! So far as thetinn.s that i is, if we can get then at his visitor.: on drill, the captain's order to march '

---= .- ===-:..=-- -.-- .--- -- COMMISSION: : : \NT AND: TO .\CCtt. I han been made; they how a co 111- f Scott or Taylor docs. : Who gave you this ?" generally ran as follows :
..
;. ::::Vi.nrsp, H B. lono, IIV.. Brooks.: INSPECTOR AND BROKER.No. : .:[PIe I tiiumplinf i fice trade; hrlui Pies. Lord Downing: is just the The fekrs! : down stairs ; and I'm ready COLUMN, FORWARD !-CorporalVest;Tfief

t \oiir%(', Slonc tV Co., 2-s Water st.-Oifice second back room. f I film[ 1 Kus.st;]IJ), who will form the new cali11 : stanch democratic ) dill"' ." that man a hick to start Jiim-narcA/"

, ,,1 \! 'II I < :' I O N MERCHANTS I Dec 2'; Apalacbicola, Fa. j !h lIS; been re-elected fur the city of Lou '1 he does will go for the That's, enough. Now you can go." I' Corporal West, accustomed to his duty;

t \ Iii \VtltrtrPet, : :- --- ::11). ministration. Now the Not as you knows:; on, Squire. The I usually by a kick, properly dealt, had given
1 A"tll
'. FACTORS & CO\DI: S MERCHANT: : Uy ,' and fix up a :good::; smooth ; this ere in a hurry, I. tell \'oit now ; oh the command march !'' fell from the
::: ncouraginz::, cvciywhcrc
u'l01111 ::. pro- '
I !i I : : l\'o. .I 1-5 \\Tatf'r street,
f J not let Scott nor Taylor needn't, rare lip, old( fellur. I see captain.
,
C it'l" FoRWARDINGp : CHICOLFA }i.:!' a most abundant \ietd. It has; alrca-
Dee 12 AP\I. \ it, who knows, Mr. ) .. the "I're hectic cracked! Jackson had time flew been three
: I K <' '\NT.S 1 y Le'u bi' ua in several of ihe Southern ... mailer : a as
I :No. ','J Water street, Charles Rogers John :\lnnn. En.zene; W. Rogers.;uuntics.( ) TIe crops of wheat, oats and make; cur Administration fl here !"-and I the brilliant \onth touched years in the catnpany, when a march to the

. _\palaciic'1a! Fla. tlias Ko;.;rrs A Co., tCOMMISSION ;uey! ;arc unixersidly hcalthaliI! the pot'o you and: I might; both be .. forehead with his furt>.tln pr. "lam prairies was ordered.! In the range of that
; 1 : MERChANTS, ,, notwiihsiandin; all tint: has been another four years ? nut : ::!: into this here chamber to lake a right animal near the! Arkans it became ah
\ tH 11\,'. DAMEL J. DAY. Water street I i.d of the ie-.ippe.ir.ince of the di case ol I ,);''I to start' oot.l snoo/.e-boots and all by gravy !" object with the command to procure a supply -
.T. Day V Co., doc 12: Apalacbicola, Ka [I Right offto-night, As he was; proceeding to execute this I ctbtijfijlo meat, an,!' day details of
says evpry
I ,. ____ __ ___ -- I"t ) ear, is all'erJed] but to a very iiisi-i i
I IMMI- SIOX- MERCHANTS I: i rather in the morning 1J( ; the Commodore took him by the men were made for that purpose.'l'he .
! :No. 52: Water treft, C. A. GRF.KV.;: C. II. CONNERYI;: ;: ilicant: extent. The same is the case in
Fa. 1'I'clanl! c i fore anybody in \\ ; and led) him to the gangway.! Pointing captain him"Hf, on one occasion,
ApalaHiirola
r( 3 Green A: Coiniery j
" ( \scnfsf tilT thl"'EtnaTnurariee Co.: *', he has ot back from : the !sentinel, he remarked, mildly, "Do thirstin:: for spoil wpnt our with the hnr>
-j. \U , 'I'" Prit-etion Ins'iranee Cn." and the "Hart.i No. :30, Water :street. into Ins paper that folks think don't do youno I forbid his calling at the ::: see that man with a musket,-now if ters. They had! been our scone thr"e or
.; .. T--.I. .. jnf.. ... rn..." jrtfnril. Conn.: I and I don't clear and leave tirehip four hours, when Jar-k'nn. his hnre ,
t 'L ---:L :: -._ _ Ap.-\L..CHICOI.\, F \. cood. cont want they out directly, : neatly
1IauierJ1oIn1ec:: ,Pelican;- Mutual Insurance O>. r>f:Incork.. The President gave two or three haul mistrust that he has and yard. nercrto show your face here at full speed, and hs;; rhirrp nraIun: ::, wa*
COMMISSION I :: :MERCHANTS, CI1AS. A. r.lIKKN: A>ent. chaws upon his cud of tobacco, and says should! get wind of the ; I'll order him to shoot you !" dashing past tile t.'j; -fi: fow. r.-' > ;t her i of
: also, Dec ." No. :3j Water street. he, Yes, ;Major that's too true, it must be would I.e sure to throw ;; The Yankee broke-and in two seconds buffalo at some II!:-:' r..irro( : the plain.

.i2: jM for the confessed ; and it annoys; me beyond all difficulty in the way, and blue coat-tail was; seen floating:::: in his: :'=top. sir !" OI'KII'luted the captain. ..
t ;CN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY: John 8. Hiitcliiiison, I patience. But then I have to forgive it and botch cf the business. as \he: dashed out of the yard with the Jackson iI191Jrdi.v If'm'd i tip. 5*> f;.r aglio
of /4r City of -Vffr: I-m'k, VUCTIONEER I I AND: I COMMISSIONMERCHANT overlook it, because :\Ir. Ritchie don't mean The President shot ( of a tlyingjickms.; knew how, he h.itf ]IF: irne;? lo rieythe first

:;0. :31) Water street Fa. No. ;50 \\'at street-, it. The old gentleman is always! sorry forit and charged': me not to ; In a minute afterwards, half a dozen ter lesson of a soln'if.: Tire rvptain was inclined -

? -Di>? 12 Ajialachicola; S.licitspatronaze. AP\L\CHICOI., Fa. and always willing to take it back. And while ic sent for :Mr. midshipmen rushed on deck, and ask tojbe! rehiioub'n now he was bttnncd

ITm. CS. Porltfl A: Co. ------ then lies' such a I inlF old feller to fight the Marcy to fix my private d for liberty to to: on shore. by excitement into the ue of canghiy: fan-
HEILERS IN; .;ooi::;:. AVTi COMMISSION .Ia>. F. rnrrior, federalists, I can't have a heart to scold at he was: gone Mr. Richie V Young gentlemen," said the Commo- z, .

No.)MERCII 41 Watt T trf'f't.. GENERAL COMMISSIONAIKItni I RKCiiVIN::, : : <:;. rOJ\\r\THHXU.\: T, : him much about his mistakes: and blunders. little bundle: \ of private! "I 1 grant no liberty :o-<.l:1y." nage.Vha: the dcvi! are you iToin here!"
Well I I: Colonel \bis own hook meddled : Six :: jokers\ returned to their mess he demanded fiercely.
DOC 5 Apalanhirola, Fa. No. 50 Wa'cr !MK !says being you've nnincd :: young
npc 5 __Ai" iAUCTIONEER l'I"... I } t.t. ) federalist, I want to know if ;any of them Virginia::: Resolutions of as melancholy\ as mutes at an alder- Hunting buffalo/sir."

D. R. \Vof ul & Co., I-. ,\". { II tie animals! is really supposed to be alive any President came back ; ',. funeral. They never saw or heard Buntin.:: buffalo D-nation Who
f I\np' .q i'; \ \r) \-' o RW A R D I X Gn'W1J II. wiieie in the country now-a-dnys. Seeing i ready, and) gave me my 1O.thin of the Yankee afterward-nor the told ytnt to hunt buffalo( 2 What business

\' ( \TS. :: AND.NF.:CUMMISSIONMERC1I I : : such awful accounts about'fm: in the Union I tiUed Ill)' pockets with () either.I: have ?/(sU on the plains ?1" .
VI 7. C"11f1! 'e." n
.w. all the lime, I inquired all the : I how to draw whenever I { The sergent detailed meas hunter, sir.'
SnIIrifs h of J //b/ir Palroimzr. paper way
V- :2-'sl"i.: AjMliHiicnla.! a -- -- -- ; Oct 21 M.\rniroLA, FA. alone thiongh New En. I.lOri. where they aul before ilaj light: I was :T>H.N: rr.owx. '"Thedevil he didVefl! ihesergenl's d!

Un .Vvi.ir. W",. A. MCKENZIE.YIie ;: __ _____u_,__. used to be the thickest anti I couldn't gel the road to the war.Today A strange: medley of characters particularly ; fool," continued the captain ;gj-owing war-

*V '1I 1'4'n7.it.. CoIr tV IZoriif, track of one ; and 1 when I ;asked the folks if I met a man in the mounted service, is the regular mer and worse betrayed.Vhnt: ranou
ClMMNStON I :\U E RC II _\ :NTS: ( MMI"- :-:MiiniA\TS: 1 : ; theie w..s; aiij. deialisi! ;any where I: in thmquartris !Inters to time (; \' ( (If the United States. I know but do here ? Do you ever expect to kill a luf-

:N'2: Watertreet, :;(). 13.: N.w-S I. rij.irl.Nr(''rll! an*: ei,, they( all Blared at me I and s.iid. they Scott's side of the war of the regular: infantry or artillery. faTo ?" he asked almost with a sneer.

':1' >t. I 1. !1" !'">. -\t1a'.II'l! '") Fa. AVTIRI-A' S (C'I'II:, Avo: *; 1I0tl.b !:\. didn't know what kind of rritlers thry was. *op l' a I little while I i to I tnke t i I '\' having: :: been in a situation to observe! "I've done so, sir, this morning" replied

V: J. SchifTor. ---- .... When I :cot:: to DowniitgviMe! I asked\ (uncle fir I was afraid you rni 1J t 1: I Ivvisde.id. of thp-e branches of the army. the soldier, touching his cap.nmtyou'c .

I' >'.V> \ LEND RET.ML GROCER, Kit-ward---.llr: Joshti.i: ; about it. Hi' said, in his younger:: !. I He says !' i Occasionally. one finds in the ranks of the \ killed a buffalo ? Take
,. f*'TI"'t1.ro\'Trn1\Oft' {Hid to rIltitg family, Cully, lays there used t to be considerable! many"of about the Trist hm..ineis. ( nofJ ;.n i. i intelligent' well-educated) man ; care sir-don't lie to rue-take care The
t.''i'fliO tt 10dNo. ,.!lIp ", t"T"S. AUCTIONEER 'et;. about! I but I they wasn't t thought t lo bedangeiniis light:: on and lake the cit : one perhaps who, in a fit of despondency thing's:: I3IP05SIBLK !"

: -I1. Water stre.-t, 4)I11u,= N.". 1i I. \\'.It''rtr..'.*,. ) for they never was much 1 given :Mr.Tiist is disposed to 0"A! when cash had run short and friends Indeed, captain. it's true. I've killed _
-ViM-!-I :\-vlt---l'hirola! Fla. J.s" IH .,;'\pal.rlwolaI'a.! lo tiLtll I I1. I Bill:i t lie said; he guessed: they'd c.m't; make a bargain ; !:ad vanished\ enlisted, as a means of lirin three, and have a three months' calf tied to

II. F. AlM'Il, I). Ja ufol'lh. all died! O-ilt long 112:0:: for lie hadn't come met. 1 shall. push: alon I a move sufficiently strange, one might the leg: of the last one."

'.V tiT.f.: .. vi.;: -\On Rr.THt., \1CT101> COMMISSION: ( ): .MERCHANT: across one this i tweniy years. So now Col., andget into tile city of fancy, when a soldiers business is to die. "Is it possible .'
::A'. :IIV! fiHTf' ; it I hey are so thick in Mr.Uitche : 1 beUie Scolt does, and I lit so it i is. I have seen such men, posses- "Yes, and I'd have killed one of those .

OILS f 1--L.\4z, !cr., &.r. IIl'KAULA: A 1.(1j. .,\. \ paper: all the lime ? hull; of Santa Anna, I \' I : respectable talents, and of no very limi- four just back jn the last hollow, if !yo-z

V-C! .r-. .if\ ai;(2'ilnnt Tieral' asiittni a'idVatr..treet. of Statineiv.-. { Cotton bo'uht on ordr.Ee At that he cave me a very \knowing l kind 'maje a trade.I acquirements, serving as ;private soldiers. hadn't rode vp and scared them aicay"

\"rt! I 11 I .-\rn1al'hir"I ,.'a. r; to of a look, and; lowcied his voice down almost !I- dont know yet To a stranger, about: to enlist t, the dra The captain was more than astonishedhe -
-- -- B. F.. IIotrEV: 7J. :,\.ev OrIs.n.1 10 a whisper ; andsavs: he, :Major I I I'll :Svo it': $ road orT.iylor's service seems to present attractions was thunderstruck. The stupid, worthless -
U. n. Harden (,.. J)C="J.\P, <> tell\ you how that is. \\111'11\1; Ir. Undue: cty Mexico: ; it will tJl to those of the artillery or infan- soldier suddenly appeared in a new light.!

No2 Columns U',tl ,
J. S. IIUTCIIINJN.LJrotrriioiiaL
0,1', I, 11). Tu1t.hiC'la. Fa. deal with the federalist and! toola good lilies whr-u 'J have been ; ; the care' of a horse and equip- .

'Iilm'n Sailor, deal of ptnlr ill it ; and now (he fancies; ; ands lave; !been looking over t5. There is a pomp and circum'tance" "Well, well," replied the captain, "go

(r 0 M M T S I o.N M E H C I H .\ N T, Cotters.il. (:ciies ol/ his youth all 1 sf-em to come back. inns. Thep are fust in being mounted, which don't ahead-go ahead-kill all you can ; I'mclad
\ It Water"street-!Tp stairs ------- -- fie' ,h to his II'-Ilid.' and he can't think ur tall Ritchie's. present themselves to a man on foot ; hence you can do it-you're fit for something-I've

()". I. iSfl. .\p lachieLt. Fla. \\ \ SVDNIiV (JREEX: 31., I 1)) about any thing else.! You know thai" often I rem.iin } onr old fr! the class I have mentioned arc mostly! I discovered it by mere accident ; but every _
times the with old! As I.ealways lem's piivat Kmbas people. think found the and if .
\u* :HT Oil 111';1':. CH.RLKS PIIATT.Doil {;J.I.: .: h.' I II'1I1HI! ( .it In* rf'id! .(v, coiwr (it f way amon dragoons: :: ; '
ahead
used to have: the name of:1: smart :MAJ. there several of these characters;, in -you can earn your rations now, fora
e A Pratt Cc-iitro at.J I lli!;h sI t ret;c, "P'-1: "- t tn<- MafsiciJ1oue. are .! .. a t
lfi| ',!\,; & COMMISSION;: :MiCH\NT:' <, N<-v' '.. fighter:! I give him the command I of the company, a community ol feeling is apt to few days, at leastou're good for nothin. "?" -
No.10 Water Str.-;: <-', newspaper 1ii1: 'I) hi'te. !10 defend lily ;admmctiation. ] I [From the prevail among them, drawing them into else, but you're GOOD FOR ZrFFALO.: : .-

.\ .\_ _i X-Ml.h.h.; I. ra. II'l.. halIall, ; IJiit "iwas 1 agreat a misial-r I as'twas Tin ] : friendship and intimacy. In trulh there is, [St. Louis Rreil1e...
"" frj- 0.iicf over I them! -' i. ;'. -'. '' .'.\ .'-;. when I I -<'!I' Tavlot: i into MCMCO I i : ; 1 1i I1 :Some: (hi)5 ago a story regards their companies!! generally a sort '
II. II. Taylor, ((eniidi.ee C n..I n ii I ,.t""t'" : I It. -.iih! ,'> .>' I ti'I'<- did!i in'i 1 know I ni\I iit'in. oil c lung a man. who, ; of esprit du the soldiers, simi WOMEN STRONGER THAN OXEN !-It i is
corps among;
.1 1 S -; j I D X \ND rOJWAT1DINGMERCII.NT : hUIl"e ] l 1\ !Jr. ij, ;. 'i-ll. related of a certain New England dirine
1",1) IIC''llj'lI'd it. hal .. .
; innlit: r \' ( \t's wis :grlliciing: looveubrovv I iim-flf: ill his : -!' \" lar :o what is observable among the ofticers
: I JdIt1arJIl! JM'i. :.!-ifW. ini.stiatioii. :\hi-. Itichu who florished not many years ago, and
No. -\Vater-rtreef, -- --_. Iii) : i Museum I New.urk, i of the dragoons.
whose matrimonial relations
2jv I :'tP41'hIrO1a.. (.. 31.: Davis SItIlIl'iWdlfI, '1 seem to see Yin ; no mallei oat front 1'.!lr. Darmun, I There arc also men who have enlisted ; are supposednot ...
:_ ATTORNEY AND} COUNSELLOR: AT LAW, how hard I they? fired at me. I lie didn't s<:em to the curiosities, sloped under the influence of passion-perhaps to to hare\bcen\ of tbe most agreeable kind, *
Francis
Kopnian, heat it ; nnd when I called to him to (lie thus obtaining a sight: of pique relatives ; and others who, in desperate that, one Sabbath morning, while readingto
'vHfL.r.1LE \VII RETAIL 0.\I.I'R INGOJUS. Offers his service' tn the public in either (it I the his congregation the of the -
back, he: would and) t touch 00'a few for have parable snp-
} Y nOUTS. SHOES. HATS, AND al)0v4' ('ap:1cIIIIS. louseup : splendid( swallow-tail { sprees entered the service, "
in Luke xiv. in which Ibis
CLOTHING, i.e. squibs with I I about :as i good aim as I ihe lios -, This reminds us of an ; t only to become sadly sober afrer finding per uccms (passage ;:
He will in Franklin Calhoun
practice regularly : 'and another saul' I have
tI r.hf0t4n'lttrpct.' Apalachicola. Fla.. and Ja< kson Circuit CJurf.-alld will, upon ale: \ when they fire era e:\" e r., on the ,1th of ill IrilO, on boaid the Old what service ically is, and themselves fairly five! ,- of and !I to bought them'

11it.. WOoL1. a special retainer, act .I-; CIIIII,- 1 I. in am Court July, and did .Jbnut as muchCM: :ulion.- she lay at the Chailesion : call gut. I yoke thee oxen have excused go prove mind another;
to me
Wooil & (;0. of the Middle Western Circuit. He \\ ill! al-o At last I fuiind' out a way: tint I could make 'J...) a long, green \' There is another and distinct class of soldiers !- pray ;
said I have married wile and therefore
AUCTTONEt! I ... AND COMMISSION: argue cases! in the Cuort of Appeal*. at Tilldtidsec I.' the old veleran fight like a Turk and hold board I the frigate; and I ; ) -men with thews and) sinews, but withso a ,
come-he
M'*. .'l CHANTS, the sessions of which he will dh\.i.s be on like a bulldog. It was by giving him a on deck with curious (' small! a portion of intellectual faculties cannot suddenly paused at the
N. 2 inlU" Jluildinl, present at, unlcs* prevented bj accident.Apalachicola notion at any time I that he was 1 figluing; with? t the watch, fro II I his they seem to be in reality but machines. end) of this vcre, drew oil his spectacles, *
_Ort : 1. Apalachicola September 1., ,G. and looking around on his hearers said with
,
federalists.
Since I made thal'discoverv; : his uniform, attiacted t I Instances of this kind can be found in the
-- The fact is firethern)
I'. i i.ttii't .v Co. A. G. SATTORNEY( lIIlnS, he's, been more help to me. Whenever 1 (iota; pretiy) good service ; individuals not advanced beyond emphasis woman can, draw a man, my farther from, one the .
C(1ILSI'IEItCIIANTS( | bee the: enemy entrenching himself aroii nil enquired.The the idiot in mental capacity. But however
No. 45: Water Street:; AT LAW. me, and bringing up) his batters to fire into officer :assented.] well-formed, athletic and physically power kingdom cf heaven, than Jicc yoke of oxen !
-.E! ApalacinccAa Fa. (;rJ- Office, .Ao. 2 Capt. Simmon' JluiMim. administration, all I have to do is to "What do ? ful such be but indifferent
ror. Centre it Commerce; streets. my ; wages:; von f men may they are {t?'" A stump orator out west. wishing Jo
J. C. Allen, nov5 Apahchicoh: Fla. whisper in :Mr. Richie's. ear and say, Mr.: One hundred and \\ soldiers. They are too dull to acquireany describe his opponent 35 a soulless man, 'did
'Whol"s..I" and --- ----- Richie, the air smells of federalism month si clear notions of science some .
ltf'tdillJl"alf'r in ; you r. military it in this wise : .1 1 have !beard,' said 'he.!
DlUG1rIJlCI:: I S. PAINTS, OILS; II. C. Owens, may depend upon it there is federalists (Joe huudied ;and) of which a soldier must entertain on he 'some persons hold to the opinion.tb. ,at

ljL.llIt1.SHE 81 o, &(:., &c. ATTORNEY AT LAW abroad somewhere." In a minute, youv'e AH lew )"oUl"df: Slioh never can acquit himself creditably. the precics instant after one human being:

-1 Krneral a'nortmcnt of CLAYTON, Earbo'i; County,. Alabama. no idea with what fury the old gentleman Fact, sii.VahI ." In one of the companies of the 1st regiment dies. another is born ; andthnt. the souThf tc!: '

BOOKS.() I BLVVKS I =STATIONERY, &c &c. April 29, 151G. 2-tf flies round, and mount his heaviest guns, \ wonder if I of United States dragoons': there once deceased enters and animates the new born
iJt'cor of Ch" II'JI A: Commerce htreets, and sets his paper: battery in a roar. His thing; I to do here }' ? happened to be thrown ;a recruit of this babe. Now I have made particular and extensive .

-.J ---- -- Apalachicola, Fla. John Bilbo, shot fly right and left, and sometime knockdown Oh, yes, you'd make chaiacter.: whose fond parents, bearing the inquiries corcerning: my opponent

... B. S. hawley, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW friends as well as foes. To be sure r Iii put an." name of Jackson, had given him the: Christian there, and I find that some hours previous
tt2JR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, ALBANY, GA. they don't make a very great impressrbn upon Wall what's name of Andrew-a name, in this case to his nativity nobody died! Fellow citizens -'

).. No. 25 Water street, I WILL practice in the several Courts of the the enemy ; but then there's this advantage a green hand I" extremely mal apropos.rrhis fellow was you can draw the inferer.ce.: '
-i Apalachicola, Fa. .' Oircuit, and Thomas and in it : if he don't kill or beat off the enemy, Forty dollars a I drilled alone, but the task of instruction I
-- I
Avery Jk: Jones Stewait'counties he keeps the administration) so perfectly Only forty dollars seemed almost a hopeless one. Dismounted I WOMAN'S EvIncE.-MUthIPr: Hopkins
GROCERS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, Aug., 18.15. 31-tf covered up with smoke that the enemy was going, to hire if ordered to start with the left foot, he told me that she hear ( reens' wife say, '
No. 43 Water street. ------- can't see half the time where to fire at us. where can I be made I almost invariably put forth the right and that John Glarie's wile told her, that Capt. -

Dr C 5. ___ Apalachicola, Fa. T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned On the whole, Mr. Richie is a valuable man quick !" it was more than hinted that he could not \\ ced's wife thought! Col. IIoj;kins wife'believed "- .

Edward UlcCnlly, _Lj having been appointed Inspector ol Lumber to my administration, notwithstanding all Down below, sir, in tell the one from ihe oilier. that old Mrs. I.mib reconid : tr.3t:| -
COMMISSION DEALER for Ihe County of Franklin, oflers) his services to his mistaks amid blunders. soon as I'm iciicved I'll Atlll curse him !1" said the sergeant/ Samuel) Dunham's wife h.nl told fcrpjuiM:: : .*
MERCHANT AND attend all
the in that and will to
public capacity
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, duties appertaining to said appointment. Just) then (the door opened, and who Down went the / one day, out of palienee.U he don't know ing's wife that she heard G rarity Cunk& -say,

I'- No. 50 Water street. CORNELIUS GRADY. should come in but Mr. Richie 'himself.As :- A bevy of young his legs, and hasn't sense enough to mark that Mrs. P.utaigton S nu bttt-er'ti4d':

.-L.c Apalachicola: : Fa. March 22, 1S45 he opened the door he Uetcbed the-souod prompting to perpetrate : 'em !" ..she shoul be !

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[From the South Carolinian 1 will then.be required. And to the immense I" hasty" cup 1 of coulee! and then sin ang np1 COJIJiBRilliL'ABFBHTISKB.! \ \ \ 1., tiollins EDITOR : The following letterr'.1
I I that
l is factious
on h STATE.A market thus effected, add the market we his horse alt passing out the city gatewithout + tain it .
I Is iule the bets of his - ---- --- --- ---- 1(0 retraction of : to John Smith, Junr., was found
GBCATCR PIVEn<"'\ OF ITS IA Unit NECESSARY.MAM'l'A .- now have foreign as well as dOJcsll toICtaliul, ; i, cause a B
,-lTniV" INIM.'SIUY: iVc. i I there any:(doubt that our ;agiiiMiltuie, would i way fo the interior. At half-pa-t eight i hoWlS APALACUICCLA, SATURDAY. SEPT.. 4, 1347.. j part of the President, of the Post-Office. As I j0
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ONE great cause* of the unproductiveness beastly improved h by cala/! 'forth such ten miles from the r'uy, and at about --- -- --- -- -- ---- ----- ----- --- 'I have the unfiutuiiatc the address! of ihe gentleman
and labor is the i. that lime \Vilsou received the fThe following gentlemen are authorized r pror
of our capital want of a proper new sources of wea'th, fresh energy iovernor; would
diversion, of them. )In every cnnnti) i: would be "ivcu its followers o tlal. New staples i ii I first intimation of his airival. The IlarborM.ister Agents for theC TMMK!:.\r. A nnI !"r.eand, will 1:i JU), of encouraging them you oblige him by inscrtJn g l j It

there i is a certain kind of labor which c\- i would! likewise be intioduced:and scenes j jI whose) duty it is to board all vesselsas receive and receipt fur:J ;triplion or advertiseF. I foils made by us to pajicr.! T -

per rnrc proves to be the best and most pro- ,I of culiratiol calling fo the labor of our they arrive, had! been detained, as he :,;- opposition prevails to any ; A '.\,.\(.III cn Lo\, Sept. 3, le;-J 7.
iluctivc for that In would their alleges for his boats' crew to .11/"F.I'U F. MASOrot r.mlihnp, corner of SJIITII JC
country. one, Agriculture emigrating planters arrest attention waiting gel the of the Northern != .1R.
should predominate; in another, :Manufactures I I and instead of seeing thousands: of their breakfast," until the letters and information llanoverancl 15eaverstr, New York. part
; I send
New Orleans.
"; Johnry-
I l 1I\V1O) ltuAvo,1i.; that the you and the
; in a third, Commerce: ; but in no o our slaves C\TIC.1 away lo distant 1ltcs'C, which he brought were valueless. \\T)I.V.. Cn>:Int:, KJW'.,, Albany, (Ja. for one, regret ; 1 Ojr
tine, on the face of the ;globe, has' an ex- i would, behold them icmaining in South i j The moment thc result reached the (5ov-; Major J.vr-K II \Innl.\a. tlufaul.i.: A! i.ZACHA11Y given, the Whigs a : ; the last ne\\spapcr-you will .ee

elusive attention, to either of these branches, Carolina, cultivating the rich lands of our i, crnor, he directed every .avenue of escapeto _-_--_ .__-__-..- -_-_. --_ ____ ___ __ h _._-.-_ for most assuredly, the '.' I am out fur the Senate and DO mistake,

been found the most profitable. Ii i is the .' livers, 11 iclill" our sea polls and carrying be Mused, and the house of r. Zllori: Tiisr IHl nEN'I', their favor from those my prospects are very consider!/

judicious combination of them all tint i I j cultivation over our valleys and plains even to which his sleps had: been traced !\0 besunminded first IIMU I meets on arriving
here
nation '. t tI and searched. That TAYLOR.SOUTHKi patriotic;, a course ; and M at
makes a great, prosperous and hapl' up J the heights of oui hills and mountains* : gentleman I
uirf". 1 told him
This! i is an old political doctrine, its antiquity I Resides! this, the introduction of different : stated, without hesitation, the !facts of Gen.Paiedes' -. -- -. --- Whigs at largo will be (! we had! got I hi;, j et.

however i is no disparagement( of its !! In;itlulat'1u1'es amongst us, would have, an grit to his house, and of the assistance :{ \ Ct'1.1IVATOIt. I obloquy heaped, upon !: I had; come up to talk! the HUH ter

truth. For its illustration, we shall go no !: effect lot less impoitaiit: t to our agriculturei ; i j'llcle\\ him to fr.cilitate his \Vc :are pleased to learn that Dr. LJI: :, | fcrther prosecution of He was imgliiy glad 1 to see me and
i
further than the hito1of ournwii country'; i \ mean the pteat Inland luit/t it would escape, which he: assured the officer in command formerly Editor of the Gcnncssce l'armrr, me rite lo his office. In about .
and fortunately for our purpose the last neale. In the l of the paily, had resulted:! i been the icsnlt of the () an )lo ur
i every pro peious country Iarchilll has taken charge of the above paper.Vc of his friend- called
census of the (lovernment furnishes data I inland or indirect trade: is far creates than in complete Notwithstanding this I i j o which has been : : ( many UI to $..:
which there be i ; trust that il may receive that support from other I shuck hands! with '(11I all and
upon can no ilNputt IiI' foreign or direct luc-il England orety dings, and Whigs. SOOn
If we divide' the population of llhodeIsland I York, for instance: it is fifteen; times -: our ratmcia which it richly dcscivrs.visT.Mixsrni that the Whigs of the The Squire said he
and
and that of South Carolina i deemed probable that the (1eneral'a still .------..-
(IOS.S30)) grater. Consider then a new trade cleared were ankious for
954,393)) into their respective annual in- J for Carolina, ten times grater than at present i in the city, and the gates have been m.\CKWOOl, \ : [ : : KLVII\V, : trereil for the war-have; the very me to come

>comes-viz : into 81JOl.:: ,!2:1: for Ithodc Consider: fur a moment, the advan-; kepi closed during ihe day, while no measures LONDUX (ilTAIiTKULV.The blood, and given iheir Legl tatur. But I told them I

Island!, and into S-J7l73-ii'lor 1 : :! j f South Carolina I l tag i (. of such a Made-how direct would beJ have been neglected lo prevent his above periodicals; full of interesting port, yet hardened and : new comer and want known much ill

it will he perceived thai llhode Island t its inllucnce :1 much egress, if such should he thc case i'ul I. county. That's the
J : upon licI1Ire-how : mailer, have been regularly received from tars, like Thomas : : very reason, said
divides as the e.ulv: income of each of its in- morn! certainty it (] merchant there! is no mistake about it-he is onc. ', why we
the Messrs. Ltos- them \It xie:1I1Vhi want to run
cntcipiis'mg puhlishcis, : call
Intuit while South Carolina' divides ment'of At about o'clock, an Indian'po'-icr cal- y on-t be
3110
;ants ; ': in the invest his capital!, than iu that's
only 45. If you take out the black population i I (1I'i. 1 risks-what a numeions class of led upon \meicalllr'rcllant: lfllc city: :ARD Stxjrr. : V_.:o.J.;;v'V/'I1tSv' A R LJIiNQMKRCIIANTS -01 t'.-:"s l...4iied( with the! known about jon tfcj. {holier f ornohudj
I ides!
in ntli States, and make the divison !j workmen it would employ-the misery it informing him that there were ;;<(, I ; How the Organ grinder > my principal is that

only amnng the whites, I Kho.K- 1 Ul.md will would remove by giving htisinrst to the idle :ages of samples for him at the office of theJiistomlluuse :o. 7, Columbus' raw 1; could! goad Whig seek office, or decline it when there

divide) $111> !), while South Carolina will divide ; -ant the content and hapiness; would af- ( Inspectors, for the deliveryof ) : Nov. SS''btr';. Amlacbicoli.: FI.I I refuse to vote for men (} i prospect of succeeding 8t

$101. These arc startling 1'a.its.: \\'by are ( complaining. Is such which his older was rC'lirlll As there the 0' >,
a consummation ,
!
(
lot ALV.Vnn:. WM. A. McKEN7 support of the war \ Squire always can me
they so ? It will perhaps be :.Iill. it i. (cither devoutly to be wished for ? I was nothing suspicious fl statement JI Koir/J Cot
IVylio : (; because the people of Rhode: 1 Island ate I I'c j 1\IOW thcienie many who are oppns'd or manner, the mcichant hanued him t. COMMISSION MFIICIIANTS! }\ pointed very man to suit us, ever y r..h

more industrious than our people, or are I| c lo the introduction: of manufactmesamongst a ieqnest for a permit, with dnecfion-s to \'J. t 1-2 Water street |; "Lit no one understand : { : for you because nobody know'

engaged in more pioliiable labor; or from I us-and even some of our statesmen bring ; thc samples lo his stoie. TIl. inquest Sept. I, ISI'5.'; Aulachiroln, Fa. i.i five ccrtrnntj cf \VI.ii; majt I Hang me, Johnny, if I exacity!
combined.! hut as no marks were" I II-: ;.ii-mtiitativp: #, as ( : ,; UII-
both was
I confine presented
causes us to agiicnltuic alone -n-----S"-- -i how this was, but the
\ollt 5tliiiier.; Hi,:4.f .in to Squire
attempt std
told vftt\] riup!
The first of these specified, the bearer was to (
we ire to ; I'UI
unwilling for
: a century to rime. Rut facts are agunst'I : \VlIO I';- \LE AND III-: \GROCER, ;'ovfinrrici.l" an old boss in
I'I'i : : by withholding t politics and knew
beip!i there have them, ( d. Nothing more was seen >y the|,
grant. Nalura'ly, we are no ;them! -:and before these all theory must atd ; .,
paid to puttiij ,
i u'1.'erttcuarattetitinri | ui family 1/';,>r.j tit.fis lor the -t!
people more willing to work than ours, when \li.h.: 'l'heho heofSiiilt'tvhilcnlimiicter i ff hill. An hour or so later, huwt\'cr, the: htoarnbmt and .-hil| ..times.Ne. 1 !'11'i'. ,lr Hit I inii! f'-r; !. ii'it of the beast ; that the President wu

only taught to see a piofiteble result lo Ilf France, would have. pursued the samepulify I CI. III-I IOI
their {labor. The diHeience iu the profits but his monarch saw; the error, and: hotisi ;attcmpteil to pays IiI (1lrpr with Nv v. 1 It Apaliohicola, Fla. ] I Il:ntftl.' C'uslr.ry. : says; our principles should
I I never
of the two States must attributed, therefore I made it: his constant endeavor to encouragecveiy two trunks.ind a carpet bag which had IH'I'I Ik. r. Ah'tlVtrr.etvn :>u!!ho t.titb: and fr-r the !, for kt

to sumo other can<,'. The labor of kind of manual labor. The result landed from the steamer: hlll(ailed, ;and the \ Rerttr ;;.-nt'rally, i> a cal'da.al pr ;' slight causes The Sfjufre'

Rhode ]Island is diversified ; curs is not.- I was increased pnispciity to his country, : baggage' was seizlcl Theie is )tit little, ALHiiix lIttltrDCFNI[ r':,", PAINTS, cif-od. The'hi* v\il! like Look when you get ha dander

Let us see. There are engaged in Inpiucss and content to his dissniisfied: )1- doubt of its belonsin:to Pairde", hut it has OILS, c.L \-", &,.., &". I'v--ry thin they can fo .somof his enemies say he H D
t
II'InI I know u It Mu\iei: taI !! .:':! ; : pun
been
Jtnnui: 1-i.AND Sni-TII CAHOLIVI. jects. To our Stale the same I Ilc policy must not yet examinl'c. 101. Al o-A ;(<*. Mr.,il ai- H i tm"'lt of itinery. : principal;the mor
Aricl1hlln'.1 in (. Agriculture: .. ,1 i m3.i Of late yeais the of 1 / iola, ihe whole matter, u ic11s: laid before C'ir. of Chestn'it and Water spa<, r'4irrcut: *ito the public t j> you no. Iu .
.
clh'aliCI he
appled. fd !
po Commerce ... lm 7. Cull1ull'll.e..1 in 301.Manurictuio. ;). plants to our been your readers :and thc \OJ IICI.ll.for April 11 .\p.III hi'lla, Fa. 0' tnJ|
many) indigenous oillas tnriiilo, t-.en as .jarrfs the .
1111 !. 1a1uf.ICltlrt'-.11ll ;7. I considerations, e lo giveit I think this creditable
Indigo for ins-anee. i little just as tll.cht! very III 111111. tor
neglected. : very If. !>. firilen: lh.it Iho \\rhi';; are now ct : ? : !
Divide the population: of the Iwo States cultivated and the iaiiu and] such mfciences as they |,ilea'.i: : to i of our politicians
; of wool, always Xo. 2 C'll'rnbus: !' [:'inldmgs! flip F) rvhich hu nri.,it.al !! are upot ihe un-
into families or five each, ; there will be >'7.7CC .- a piofiiahlp; material, has lily wa-it) of a homeconsumption : draw from it. That iivmy' will i nduigcincensure D c. 1l( I hi(:. Apahcbicrj'a' Fa. W.i.id- Moris.: Tli": : ; principal, popping around; -\

'families: in llhode Island, and HJ.-7:) ; a uru k en at rur0ur, been of the :authorities of tin! city I .\ ,
in South Cainhna. Jive lo each family almost entirely ant neglected. !have no doubt, but 1 may be pt'rlillc: to Benjamin Salt( I', rigid!.!...'rtliiblitity ; they t tied to a to :'s tail.' Ii i. I n, "n ,hilt,

and to the horses cattle, hogs and sheep, The white not cannot degrade say tint as far as I can sPt', no blanc: : in this |CO11liS'f 1ON MEItC1l.\NT, Lt 1 1\..-. "-i I he nf ci'.JI'if'- : that hc Shire( v.-iv .-.. '"-,.!i.\ arts
nor
;
attached to each. the amount of grain, potatoes Iliin tdI I1 so wil, as to work our I:mdsin !- regard, attaches to the (io\'t'llr. t tor to alJofjicer N!f. -I i Ii Water street-Up s.iir| the r i ,.4 S'.,.ion, I that fV.n-i in : he goes ntniur; his ;. i tM.rnnn.
Dsc. : .
I hI t. Fh.B
,
> Ap.dacbirola; into tueci i, free .f! duty : : [
"Iclllt consumed them of the ohce departmeiits ii'itry
: usually by ; I militaiy, or ) -
ty with slave rCI.le Darnel DeFo" .
companion-hip our :11111 u-.m. '. 'tip.[ ,,
and it will appear that South Carolina will could he bring mind to such degradation ; except, that by getter I consent 4". Fret IJ.jrACTOR III-a.. with \li-\icobe prnl' r.td! I tt
lli : ( which I II.MVi.-fi into ihe stable
he deficient in a "({ft."Il If/, as much as a his I-ibor mo>>t pans of our State fixltlpol| the Ilaibor-Masler: tl.e extent :VXD COMMISSIONJr1:1C11.1X I j: oust incompatible-!, ( ;, umc lilt. h.it>M.
and) ahalf bushels while, Rhode is limited to the absence T I ,IlIlIt I '-take (here fffntleman ifixii; in r
million : ; ,' would be 'followed( witl certain tir. itu. f In WIIC culpability I tl'.an stopping I the"'ipplk-s II rr"4'1|

Island will have: a surplus very nearly that what way then cc ; we better implov him of his boats' crew at an unortiinatemoment. n. > '.. 1 ;1'.1.,1.No.2 Colambjs Clock, : to'. Step to the war." : each cI11t r-s lues." 1 |hare peen slay.
< < amount. This arises from the fait that than in'mannfactnics and commeice. In IJy order of the (;Jnvcinor he TITI"IIIt:: .\\> THE WAR.Wu irlt i the S rnD. ah.J Wf' have iweraII '

South Carnhin has more horses and cattle I these branches of industry he will woske; was: immediately: dismissed front his cnlPlov-. wrre much jileas. .| to meet with thepararaph Tm: YICT: I'nr. | fail.; .> :.ba't? ," -s,,' -.. he :s haul
Inasmuch it i is well : mi-Liyknow.
to 'l1ppOlllhau Rhode Island. Thus there with his equals with his own class and 1'icnf. as

are in complexion ; and; to him ( chances ol There play be a fault in the eMr.ordinuy: : which I'ulloill! the National : Taylor wiI! be the "'' !i : i ; t t1.HJ t.i >. 'I".q. as ia ra.

Jnnm 1.T.A'n. C'.Tit.1nni.i\.t, death would bo cuo.jderahl'lie dirlini.hllJ license given to these lritidi I; mail steamer 1<, Intelligencer: and tve publish! it, as coming I i I the Pii'sidencv.: and as : : ). *)fti tine 4.Ol tiH; I.['.* Fi inured erne

Half a bore to eachfannlvof Oneml a ball bur-e :Jo lie will become as were new ; but such a fat.it: lies beyond the enrcctivupjvverof from a source, entitled to be considered, as !!. the woilif. He says I know a good
v-ntioii will be held in all! !
; ,..\'It family Conic< the authorities of this city ,
ve.One will divert him from those idle
employment of authority, in matters of Whig policy.We I i about (human nattir but
cow Jo. lo. Pl fir lieat rattle d.. An. which It is now a matter; of inteiesting .peculation Whigs, i it bocomrs necf- : nolhinabout l'
Your 111'p do. do. ( \11h""j' d In ,!n habits engender intempeianec and! had met with articles Noithern that the rule
; gulden is
One ling do. do. -.t.11 3:.d a half,
bv :.u industrious class of IIC:. adopt. .\ I invcurate: ene'ny at once to Whig Papers, hch:: seemed lo favour a ilif- who may, if pos-i'ulo, ; wth; h nn!}iy.! always to say ju-t w I hat,

fix and a lulf cf all l Fourteen of all kind Santa Ai.na and to the American: *., it i is byno fercnt course on tIle jarl: of the \\i%'i in think, and! never commit
--- -- with Gen. I yourself
Taylor--: :
Iii UtI$. !p-irt l
[From the N. O Com. TinxA, I' 2'5: ] means a ruf| "tioi: tint his "voie:: is still l lI'J' ILA nest Congrf>>", than that which the In- I ; :! jon are sure you arc in the majority.,
Suppose them to be equal, and that 'Lout : war.'* lie will hardly smother: his perso0al nriy accident to l him, \
:
f alcp from Vora (,:':z. I IIiY.L tcJonecr!!::! s-i\s will! be pursued! j by thou on I i ; : {.etly gooil rule, the Squire ca r3,
States; have enough of wheat, tyc, oats, bar- ;aniniosi'v!' si lai; as to accept an iIlifeund'T IIIIII-'p! ,.
populations ant) rallie-ihe comparative; .\ ;11.1-1: 11'I'ftnI'( I THE (:111:11L1; : : ): Santa Anna, nor is it-vvcll )o.-ible l tilt :ttl1e ct of the tv;r. Tip papers alludedto I \\'c do not Pretend : i run for every office, for you "ie saran,

ley potatoes and hay. to support their TO MEXICO: &c., IXEL\I. 1.\1 I that the two lions can occupy the sjncforest. seemed to urge, that obstacles should be I lion of but one or two in the end, besides its lIb
our own, we
incomes of the two States would still stand The steamship AlaJamr (:apt. Kllcry, ': 1 have consequently but little doubt throw in the na.y ol" a further continuance' I a c-ant with the government which
that it would
to .Jt'0
that shall have pmininiitimcrf", say
thus we an early
: at lived here on Saturday, from Yen Cruz j lI" the refusal of We'' I
war, lies. : S most
I t by sttI)I) gets confoundedly tcorsted.
and! Inid! !PMt'd..al the head tin-! choice fall \'
Forms I!I-AM>. f5.1 Ti! ( itt.t.1C.1. the l.jih, Tampico the 17lh iu.I. I IJy.; i : soon ain-i t : nt upon a
Jvlanuftrs ..Sfit9..2t$ Manaftis .... $:;!l'Jj!) I far the most'l impoiiant( item of ?_cweishe I nation. The army, it not pieviously' ik.sJioycd : rejojcf to ;ay, that the in.tatccsfSUCucou- are morn in the West ; S'j'iirt' *;tvs he has :sometime gone I'
iUleJi II :
Commerce.. l; )I-t.H):((; C'HI1UJt.'fl'f'. :,H: :,11 t : blinds is the news of the lauding; : of I t' : lv! ( ;,'ul'r.dcolI, will'rcl1\! !- duct arc 1'1aII'I confined to fanatical: PI-I fill the office. The .: and i :n the stakes! !
... IG2 110 Mint- _.. I I'1
VIines ? 17.
!
and! !
|h' for him{ ; ;alllaniJa ui |
ToreMsH.G10 Fur-t. .. J. ),''i fj (;en. Paiedes, the Kx-Piesidetit of Mexico] pionounce per of little! influence, out of their particular Lcan, of Ohio, and J. Squire thinks it wont ()J to b? known
.il
rolJaIIJ linovv hinisi-lf, his tiii-i of!
Fisheries.G.VJ.H2 1'i-genes! ... 1.273) in Vera Cent, ou tlie! 1'lth! ins!. He came in l ) I upon ; circle. No doubt but that the bitter that I urn in town, that there is i a
Hic'. ..... ...- ]nict'. ... . 1111 the Jlritish; .steamer Ytrffrom Ila; am, I American government for well isit'nt.'il: Kentucky, have been .
Cotton... .. Cotton ... .Jfoo/itl, ; : and succeeded in eluding the vigilance!; of p'O'tttl'Jtl. I-artisan ci'ituis: who support the .\tlllliJios-1, with the Presidency-but deal of t'xtrheineiit about my commit);*,

&IO,801/Jlt--- -ll.7C2.9s-; Col. \Vilsol and Ihe autllllies leaving for, I'ninq ws: ilenlillis; :afternoon Sastai'e :: trainn-tlie: Union and 1 Enquirer; for in- i I i j but that either of them That \'.hc\) the p.ij.er came out last
:
From this estimate, each inhabitant, in the interior in all imaginable,
llhode Island, after 'f.-eding himself: will hour elapsed], bcfor he was fmnislied with a which left some guerillas and:reinforce! some troops) in; pursued by a fragment: of the Whig for the Vice Presidency. Stuifb ?" and when the Squire in
ye.Meiday to J.ijor;(
have over f'JU for clothing, and other expenses horse and anattendant, :and he quickly joined i LdC's.1'1)111'3 Pilrl11.1 instead t of feeling regret at the ,[ tH'ultllat: it was the old Colonel
icspectfully, patriots, lull dc -
the guciilla bands in the i is pure
; while each one in South Carolinawill vicinity. I I N IIIC.\TIJP. t:ant of patriotism: displayed by fellow Mr. :: of old! 31 r. aiul Mrs. Smith the
that he direct the
have a fraction tinder :tif((). supposed goes lo capital, I country.
The above table also shuns' :auothrr factor as he stated to au individn! : who recognized VIIA: : Cur/Auj-j-t! !.", It 17. citizen, would hold their conduct up and ,, u lute the then! of nil ': ; market seemed more ea-y, and city

much importance. The manufactures of him in the streets of \'cra Cruz, ae.cmding (;Tl.1-\nx-Sil1C'C: writing yon yi tstt'r- exult over it as a proof of the malignant and | lie i i. knew to Le far ; j i j rosy cijiisLlcftd'c. So in coons Isiay

Rhode Island are more valaulle than the to the correspondence published l in 'dIV.V, have had an illlt crest lill: occiineneehere. slandorous! accusations: which) the (;JovernillMil triune, autl low ; the tfabur after dark I are) ihe
the Patrin of thai his Pole Yesterday moining the I Mniishniail <
yesterday object I
and rice of
Cotton
Caro1i.", t together. the circuit with
tatt.! I has dealt in, in to the jrop conMderaote
Oruan respect
mind! i Is suflicientlv '
1-.4 In other words, the labor cmpluvcd; in the in tctnrning: to the land of his 'birth was to sli-amnr (pnvatc' IHolwilY.I'IIl.'cI by JuhtiHull. } I
one is more productive than in the other assist in defending it, and repelling the enemy .) arrived hr-ie: fiom 1 lavanauvl.l loimlhehrild : Whigs and the war. the good of ihe whole and we keeps it up pretty late I IltU)

from the hates of 1 the capital. The following : the mail agent leaves the steamer \\'' trust 1 1 and we have confi.Icnce enough member tin: when he : my hand is near "shuck oil election

two.It is : question then which comrsdiicctly letters" from .Indicator" and "Tar with i: I the mail i I. lo deliver I i to the mail i I "cntjn in the patriotism cd'the Whigs from the the [1. S. Senate, in the !! i ;, but I aad the Squire takes it turn

"' !home "I South Carolina IJiickct, give succinctly a clc-ir ac- shore, before :any of onr public officer 2tton '
to us : I. less \'r\ \\(:>t and South to feel assured, that they laiure that ) about shaking hands, so il gives
with some '
capable: than; Rhode! ] )Island of in count of this Ullowal.1 event in the liiMoivof board, and, the greatest: inritmit: -
cxclu" will vote every aid, of men ;:11 1 that n-.stuj spelt at every other !i.fu.o-the
the same profitable labors ?" the war ill Mexico. One fall seems smuggled Uo"rallllroh. :ashore with tie money in opposition) to him by

We have already combutod, that class of plain elolll'iz : that we are not very WIll mail bats, who mounts his (all ready; ) hors-, I the I PI'I..itI'IiIII'IIUilt.! 1 to (:11 rIn the war whereupon C,I. Young -a%. Fnis nstl fit ir, thai us so at-

ptovided agents in the secret srnicC'c"parmtut and gallops out of the to join I'.ulni in I tot hint Irtha.ph-lIlIswrlh! vhoifv
complainers who anrtetnally doming I the city to ::1 speedy and successful: Ierlltinatjnri: a crat rose ;and sail, "ho ; <

profits of agricultural I ibori: there i is'auothcr or we might have inbbed (Cr'n. .' Juuata amid his guriilta- bandThree lions fair and! honorable I'race.'e !hope! that tion \\oultlbt withdrawn -'s during flection turns, 1fllone
class who elevate it Don Maiiano) Paredesy Airillaga the moment ;au! 'ivvards! when he was some tin en milfson ,
too IIICI-C\l to the] I' the bills; for tint: will be caiiifd: tiht. he c)t hukt of the sh.ifl of Jt
exclusion of all other pntstiits. Nothing is he set foot on Mexican soil. his road,l fiom the city! his Exci-llenc1! : pmpo-u furlk to the 1'tI/ /e tj' tic .

easier than to be so deceived. Such persons [(%>rre EpOldenlt i of the t! Coinmorei il I Ti 1" ; J'roA I I (;0\'. \ViNon, ordered the:; gates to be shti, through, without the needles, delay that attended .Johu./. ( "rifff lidlll trim atnt -hcmk it very oa-nterabie! ; the

view the agricultural calling with poetical ("rt.z. .\nu-li 1 hub! 1 1M7. and the (loops to load their musket! I wit I the T'-n Ueuiment; Bill, and that, f the l't(>i Ic c/ A"in// /- {' ;.-t.I'11 it how the old '0 ilia 0 anal:

eye-:and see in it nothing; but pastoral beauty (iKNTLl'.MKX l: : : -The JJiilish mail steamer ball caiiiidgrs This reminded me of lilt Conics will be as vigoious, and diligent! in tiou met with the reads r wa. ant! il.Jif t find! out his'misrale

and happines Were this the occasion 'l..\ ri't arrived) this morning from Ila\'all.; old stoiy of locking the stable when tllfII the f11rntshtli;__ tltc s. :utctts of. w.ii., as .1"llil"J,. ..:-..II ', of the Democrats in the. in bowing he liked to but his brains
horse is the laws :
out. lo
rlecurdit.g -
no task would be more pleasant than to in- but bring. no intelligence of inteicsl from rue
duke in drawing ; a picture of the virtue, Cuba or Kurope, her latest news from fl rug- ;inns this steamer i.sa lawful prize, as it was the Execution: lo be in conducting it.Ve 1111 C'. Such action '( agninst the vrheel. That's what

and excellence, :1,1: iiche-of people thus laud; IJcir. of a date some days anterior to cnrieiiiin Havana; (as letlllswillplo\'c) tin/ believe that we speak the sentiments of the : Crittenden's favor, and calls waking up ihe wrung passen

cnsaqed. As a rhetoiical: exercise il in'chtnJFordentertainment I those already: received from New 0.(a 1-. ( if-n. Parcdes was to leave, under ihe name Whigs of Florida+l (, and those of one of our fair and upright course This is the first time in all natursjyi

; hut t the lre cClnimi t, She bioiight a few passengers and f\.c hundred Maititify., in the Uiitish; steamer. Eng Ileprc.sent.ilives: in the views we have herecx1uressed :I doubt but that the I ever heard tell of a man shaking
(is
1lUIlliai acted) in 1
always case '
criticising the work wuuld bottles of for this andtakes every against
( pronounce: it place '
Cuick'lh'el' Colonel s.tyi
with
kindness and Now and we (do not hesitate to aver, I fur the Vice a drayVhy ,
onr country's generosity. ':
only fancy lctUc-alil.c; nut rue to u.iiuieand pcilrapt, an equal number II Tam,
to fact. Pointing to our pico. for the sequel : I will venture to say the that the siuleVlig who represents Florida obtain the unanimous during election! tunes it fre

fees he would show tlc plow! rUlil Ilnl.rl.;in the Among her passengers was the celebrated! steamcrwill go Scot free, and nothing moiebe in the House of Kopresentativcs, will be minded and chivahous happens of a dark night in out
our roads would the iunharianu Pat Ariila late President said of the hint tIer. The Mexicans; l1a.calreld that horses mistook for ;slur
; (i ptcsent edesy :a fom.d; :at all limes, realty by his vote to sustain are n
wagoner loitering with a load in search of of this tviet'lied country)', and who i is : ) made their brags about it, and say Parties but it is for candidate
the dangerous
ill it
the liovcrnmcnt measures ;
have (;iovctnor here v.ho may
a market ; our many :relHH would :appear now on his way to the Capital-or! to the they a very good SeaTs ON TIIK Su.v.
interrupted for \; )! of navigation; idleness Capital sulis lilntc-doubtless to renew his protects them liom all abuses, and allows sec fit to adopt in bringing the war to a close, Enquirer :-" their tails.

would be every where-and industry tiowhere. ,fm mer successful cffmts in opposition lo asell th' 1II to tn'at Ameiicans as they please. without spending lime and money. making I says other night I and the Squire hied"

But place; : ;a few maniifactoiicsherc Ieiirnt of her difficulties, :111 Jo lend all What will be your surprise when I I tell speeches, Buncombe, upon the piopricty spots' each with a ) got in a confounded scrape. About
that (Coonel'lIslIu! was not buried, as while. the smaller ones
and there the you
alone our stajfiauf: [ Ktteamsand his energies to increase distresses or impiopnety of the! tot is T'- \viii-h! the the moruin we run ain the night watew
but laid in the chinch Is he I '
hefoic slated
livers the her the in ; tmioiito, ')suit.
sleeping ; at once scene would be brought by war, bunging -" The
1"1 could be in the President, sees fit to ;adop1 .1 the night watch run agin us.
not
changed from inanimate stillness into active about he bore so important a pail.As : got giave.Yours ; ilnoiiuh the glass as )

life. Insl.;: of the few thousanil in South ins arrival at ;ibis juncture fronts an respectfully, I IJy the Consiitiitioii ih-- 1'iestUeni" i t i'S Pu- being the more intense said it was a case of accidental

Carolina now el agtd in manufactures and impnilant i event, and 1 as his emit iy i into, and I T.ui g; rc 1I'f.: I tir.sted with the conduct ol' IM! > W'.J'ulld he ." The watch insisted on taking

the mechanic arts, we might then behold passage through, this city, wil piobably and the ionciaU{! in comm.n'i Ire u--ponsible the da/.y.ling glory : : tow, (the Squire said afterwards that
this class augmented to treble the number. form a ground of much comment and complaint TIIO.M\S F. MAUSIIU.L,\:..-We an spots average GOO miles ; ) rO'lliesttrl1t
!
for its Coimi ; -- 'n-" r only tosupply mis tuck us for )
Of course all these would have wants ; :and : throughout (the United States, I I thinkit iniormed! that, after the close of I he speeches management ; he( largest are from t',', ) the

there must be agricultural supplies to satisfy: proper lo give a detail of all the facts connected ; of clue candidates: 'for Congress on MotHayevening the ml'alls.VII.II i f.I"i M t "-ty, then across-ihat i is, twice : thing 1 knew they hail boarded

them. with the proceeding part of which I Ca pt. Thomas I'. Marshall] in eau there be, in an attempt, on the part of and had him fas', but the way I pic&| !
earth. One of last
Consider the wheat, the .icc. the corn, have >;gathered from personal observation, compliance; with a Ion! and t?cneral call from Coii"ress to control Iii. 'taunt in That res- day t the fellows was like a nine pounder

poultry, beef, and other meats, the manufacturing and all from the very best anthoiitics. the meeting took the stand: :and made a peel. If he, or those under him, violate{ the hibited a very peculiar cltcil the Squire and found be gas

laborers would the cotton, The Tctiot came to anchor at t : few most eloquent and powciful speech two of a palo yellow color ;

and other raw materials relllic.carry: on their minutes past 7 o'clock his( morning whet hours !long, calling forth such shouts as lie I trust reposed in them it is in he( power of by )1 r. Stoddard, that one in :uru/j/iing'fighr. The Squirt

t manufactures. Consider these laborers Urn. Paredcs, and another passenger came used to call foilh when ho was the favorite; Congicss' to arraign :and pit nili. If peace; of a sailor himself, and I sop

earning the means In pay (01'\1 their wants ashore at (he public mole, where he landed standar, +l-bearer of the Whig party in'our is the object sought, and Congress believes appealed) immediately tilt idea of being taken in tow by '

-and then add the ( not immediately without apparent recognition, and passed dlYVc are told that Mr. Marshall, in that the terms imposed by the ''' idcllt lIe i Vest spot, however, has I craft (as he called! the watch) first

engaged in manufactures: which would through the gales. Th"nce, without attracting his speech of Monday evening, although he sun for 71 days, during for
such as should not be demanded, und not estcd to him, his nautical; talels,
\IP required .a.!Ut the others. These Ion notice, he piocee.led across the by no means avowed himself a political opponent changed its farm several
will cease to be agricultural producers, and square! and up the street lo the hou
become consumers, with the means of making : J. M. Zamora, who furnished him witha severe upon \1 1'. PCJII 's conduct in regardto resolution of both Houses, expressive of f (OF: A gentleman who the top of his voice, "Let her go.-

payment for what they conium Add horse and money, and, as i sort of disguise the war. His eulogy upon Jen. Taylor such opinion, and indicating: their sense, of knife and revolving It: your helm !" A coOSt.d er able.!
to these still further, the merchants agents with a common jacket and straw hat. is represented as one of the Must eloquent if (hey are not the lass Squirt
what should] form the basis of negotiations had been kicked and the ,
volumes which up
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and numerous others in cfTvcling During this preparation, which occupied and beautiful ever pronounced upon moilulnrjiQ. are a hit :
the additional empo.'t.t es which some twenty minutes, the jcticnl took a .-[Lovisi-iUc Jour. for peace, we must hope, would have a con- another column. gone more than one tackr before





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.b11 1)eed 0cver scc.nc.l. to in- ; me to become the Assisting Editor are i made by I the principal officeis who connive Tin: LOVING.:-NOT It is FOR death TIIK in SWIFT HUT; L WILL UK rUCLIs-IlKD AT WASHISTO.V D. C. TIIK NEW-YORK i

of hc Squire iliit: !I of a new paper he was going to establish. :at it, that any attempt) of the soil) would many a maid( without her Lnpland: lo On the stvtnth of Dcccmltr next.NL'MIJKR. SCIENTIFIC AXIUKICAN. '
tst be defeated parents' consent t !
ge3 'rile ynniI1; tucr! hate.ItlCSt AaiTeil, sa\s I ; ?o that iiilit 1 and i the I All the by t their I list ru itiiita Ii I)'. ,wherefore if one bear nn affection for a maid;, ONE
he attempts of mistaken but or TIIK Third Year. "
s11e Siiiic anti four well : i upon I the .breaking i thereof to hit '
hi 'jfcrit ( : | some or five on us, met at t meant friends,
spce( % ith tl philanthropy, have: thus resulted in i I lie fashion's j4 I that; a; day is appointed' for her UNITED STATES REPORTER.A This popular Scientific and Mechanical Journal
t a CO brcry.c. 1 '''d the : tin .Squire'soffice. The first tiling we done, l incalculable! misehWio the slave. Cannot1'' .
Ia il1c| ; friends to behold the (which his
p1ihlY ;abolitionists i twi parlies run a race Daily Journal <>f Government, Legislative and 1 already attained the largest cir
kin; : : we hadn't much to i I Wire C writ a letter to professor-(somebody, 1 1i learn a lesson( from ibis fact > I toother. The iiiai'l' -is allowed in starting Goiieral: Nexvs. culation of any weekly paper of the kind in the .t::;;

"fSt-\c came out of the fight i forget his name) --at all events, he had :a [ flirliiiwizit 1JPjgFfl I the advantage of a third part of the race, sothit I II world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME '

onipLIln' l''ut; !lie l swOre ly theiitbftyfli musical' printin press which he 1 had left with -ciil;; Ne' '. I I : it is impossible; except willing of herself TIlE subscriber! is now enabled to announce the tS on Saturday, Sept. 25th, -
(ItiS t that she t-hould( be ovet takcuu. I If the: completion ot his arran-i-ment3 for the est.ibiiIu-! -
()hC(1III (its '.eY il. the Sqnirc the Squire, anti we wanted leave t to use il, Ae Jay before aur readers I the state of I the I maid outrun her suitor, the matter is ended mt>nt of a well-or aii/ed and independent Journal Each number of The Scientific American contains

tfTJOI; bt ji1'I, erZllSC ovcr ilic so the Squire writ \\hile 1 i I dictated ; snj,- English market' and such items of general it hr-in r penal for the man to renew the, of News at the Seat of the General Govern-: from FIVE to SEVEN: ORIGINAL! MECHANICAL -

ffe31. ) 1it the al CII as 1onh311 posinj* the professor lo lie n qnakrr; weviit I intnvst l i ;is seem most worthy of extinct.i t t mention III f marii; e. J Jut if the virgin mc-nt. [ ENGRAVINGS: ; a catalogue of
The
II14J flIII The (Cambria U-adins featnros( f the Uiiited j
groUU'I' ; which ;'.t rivet! at lloston 1 hath < States RepArtir AMERICAN PATENTS
''a ) onIhe ( affection for him a issued from
an the
0r ilit' locker. Friendly letter I lo him I and i we /11t. / t ISlh ihottgh at fustrnntfm will be t the following:-
l t f 1 bring English dates to the -1th inst : hard, to try the truth!, of his lore,, I. Em-lii Inlelli i-ncf of Ifa Patent Oilicc each week ; notices of the progress
SiIt21It ; % $ ) lilt? it andott't/ him so miit-h I'm feared lu'ilthink There has been another wholesale p mourmcnli ofl'tevtir'utnt
ilic tumble
she will (without Ai'lanta's, hall of all MECHANICAL! :
flit flt in j ; golden to re- Jiipailnimh of the (Government re and SCIENTIFIC
) The We- l lcrr we ;ire makin gammon on him. ] > tit l hreadstulls. WVsicrn Flour is now quo- lard! her .speed ference, to Domestic atF-tirs inventions
Seei) t led > > ) pretend some casualty, and and io the l-'oreijcri ; instructions in (the various ARTS I
I, I thtlu t lI I'v ilicre vas Ihc "(Itlilc would iuis.t on ItS lJCiIl writ thai at i 7s tot 7s, fid per barrel, and Indian maLe a vpluntaiy halt before she come: to I II Relations of the country, will bo given wfh and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS '

?Mn'' 'M rilli, 1S in liV11. For sartin, says lo, i way, fur he said it was the only way I to comtil change com Dos in to Cotton.COTTON. :30s 'per. quarter. Not much I hcmaik I or! end! of I the race. Thus none( jpulotis for obtaining!fidelity.intormation Possessing, the "peculiar Reporter"facilities will PHILOSOPHICAL[ and CHEMICAL; curious eiperi.
ue compelled)
w4 ni one of rtf-iaHcEt kind. ..So off uSer the professor besides, the Squire said; ( ) ..- Fair Upland T.Jd per Ib ; Mo-1 vill ; :and this is to the marry cause against that; ; in this I heir own bu i-tubltd! frequently t to communicate, exclusively merit ; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLIGENCE

.e't,>, Sqnir* say. 1, "hnt is iliit l i|i In was born a tjittt-kcr, but lie had: of latoi ; Slu ice middling, C\ a (Gi ; good fair 73 ; fine 7:{ the married people are richer in connry their- ., iitelli.cuce: ; tIthc most important character. IN EUROPE AND AMERICA: ; all

,? fur; ? That's the show bell, says ,i got out of 'ICtiCe. So Johnry you may: a S ; Alabanri and Tennessee, Illilid linG iwn conti-ntmcnt I than in i other Iandswbere| II.I The J'lrbnlini Jirpor.nf theProcecJinsiunJ the difll-rent MCCIIANIGAL MOVEMENTS
'II' '"'? a I!* ; New Orleans) middling (>\ a 7, good) ( so forced matches Jjibates ] published in a series, and! ILLUSTRATED
make :
IflC rare spoil to night ; expect the paper soon-you had better t sub- many feigned love ij'l.'te! UnHeil\Slales\ Senc.lc\\hich with
,
*: *' l1 live; () I (lair 7.1 a Pd ; fine, 8-i a 9 ; bowed Georgia, md! real I ii ii I ia ppi ness.- i\illcr'l's I llrurlhiis. tl.e proprietor is bound to :furoish! daily to that more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS&c.

*" new managers and each one scribe for four or five copies, as it wont cost middling( i>;% a (i7. good (fair 7i a 7J, fine 7'i; I [body, in accordance with the terms of the couIract &c_ .

''o lake a ridc-thcy! all consider nothin, (I bein Editor,) and ns the old Sea Inland, middling 10i 13: good fair 15 a rnade at the close cf the lat session of It is in fact .

1n1IAUS posiiian and so it is, for not 'O ILn will want them to stop up) cracks in 1'7. fine ?() a'Jl. COMME11CIAL.STATEMKXT Congress. The arrangements now made will at of a paper that MERITS Ihe pafro.ig ---
it fl crated The maiket had been languid for ten days -- 1'iice' fully securo to the Senate; oi the United all MECHANICS and MANUFACTURERS
heads become the kubbard. The, do ir.nch
Squite
bfifl nej to *ich like their wont preceding i lie a rival of the steamer of t the Of[ COTTON Slates an authentic and complete record of its throughout the UNITED! STATES,

awl I1IC ITIOSL QJJ 'uni giveS us a aam- olin f the Kdilin, as he's got his hands! pretty I Gui ult., with a decline of Ijd. per Ib.; but Reciitctl at he. Purl i f *1jj.t/afJict>lafrom lit degree Debates} -;the and bum-fit lo the p&ople-iui a greatly enlarged and should! be in the hand of EVERY ONE

jiizf',,r -ground 41 11 A In./fliMwMwsr../ *-" "- !I' full, (lor besides attendin too or fi offices he's siI i lice then ( he market has acquired more : Srjtt., 1S1G;, to 1st Hrjit., t'17. and statesmanship ct M' that the prience%body to whicJi wi-actty:! they that feel an interest in the advancement of

& : I does 1)C) iiL-mapeis ever hire I got, he has to rigcilate, he says, our party, l firmness, and the decline has been partially Stock on hun! L-t epiembcr.! 1SG| .. ... 933; have ever looked with solicitous and respectful Mechanical or Scientific imnrorcracntj in tins
rccoveicd.COMMKRCIAI.. Receipts from IM Sopteniber! 1S1 14>, to l-tS17 regard. Country. .
C" T'c1un-' (says the Squire.)- || and attend to numerous applications; for AND FINANCIAL. painful ; eprnbcr, .. .. .. .. ... 199, J7GIlxaoru ; HI. The Proceedings ami Dilates in the It published in .
Inve occasion to / ,njver me a !
sensation lijt'.Kfff'
inpd! IIWV has taken place in the money Jiijircmntiiticea will also be Kiven with
t& t ll in. Well the Squire I Iciter he zot bluer day frum a strong whig; i iI n iuarhe since the departure of the last steamer I: of Cotton from Joiti; I fullness, impartiality, and the utmost promptitude. adapted to RINDING! and furnished to
tinport
% of
Apahcliicola Country Subscribers at the LOW
oa I PRICE
1IT Ill' uti ilir \IiiltI-hutIse, aiiilirrr now in quincy I askin him for tax-collcetor' ;and which in a greater or i less degree I from Ut Si-jnembcr, liW I to I'ach: j'.ay\s record will be completely ol
I'' has efi'cled 1-t Sejiieiiiber, Id 17 r.'iite; up, ad appear in the Reporter next TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
branch of I trade and -
0 d tl fth.s ;i sit!in ntl a P l1CC. The Squire said; ha co U Id i' give i itIn I every manu; To Ii .. rnorninjr.IV. IN
I t.ICI 11 rer. For davs the funds have %-cri'(1(11. .. ... J; ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
around s.mic Ions table?, and ii ig1t him, as he I had already promised it tol some ; I }Iavr. .. . .. ... . ?/ fr/napticnl: lricic cj the Proceedings Mont Its. Address
.lBIin| ;% ( been in a very unsettled tlate: ; and though 1'iiesttf, ... .. .. .. hut litfxt'-'i of ail Ihr State Leyiflahtre.i, will ,
,?. tlK-lll W.is I .1 tiiti! : a sil tn on a )1 II1itU- l wo of his friends, but I if he would turnover speculation! ) !lias; not gone to the extent which I teno.i.; . . .. . be retirry! Rivvn. ilernbers of (Jun re' s and MUNN &, CO., PuLlwifew, .

I I tlioii'ht' '' I M'f.l he hlephmit right I ho would appitit! him honstn'ile of the hob; I il was apprehended; it would, ilie financia To S'IMV all classes (readers will thus be kept fully! i.n-1! 123 Fulton-j-trct-t, New-YtrJc.
i i Yoik .. . ..
V'n. '"" "ti Inokinj; over 1 &!diskiv ic-l dislrici 1 and he could rise by dejjrces. So condition of i the country may he said lobe in 3'tos. .. . . .. ... systematically! iul.i inc-.l of Domestic Legislation POST PAIL
x in
$ a state of the most painful uneasiness.; ? all sections of the L'nit .d St.f-s.:
i evidence .. ... .. 8H:5;:
,"\ Ml 1 I* .L. i! Vj i loan ritli a lzrgcair 1 jisl writ to that effect lo quincy. Tlie (; KMr.Ai. I l.NTKi.i.iiiKNCi:. Parliament 3.tltiiooi-i... .... .. .. .. V. Karly I'lldiigence of all important inure A&>:*li<:!ssoSi Exetiiae. S

; i .lnwn with an almi hiy }? Iizri's ;got another dilicatc: job on hand ;; h hI has been dissolved and the new elections Vew ,) -. . .. ments in the Lftfi.i/nttirt.i i j (Itfnl lirUain an t1ier eoti IC j'orts,. :;,c,7i larmiervill communicated by evriy steaiiie-r aml the public in general. that he has be'
: !i>ui. Says 1 to myself, I hs made arransmeni to change- good]I are proceeding vigorously.) So far as the from IIuro.e :
-- ; through reporters in London nnd Ai_ come (he Proj.rittur ot this( sbuve well .
., -i .1. ; M''mis twan ? Wait, whig vote on St.t Vincents, and from present I i icluins have; been made, they hhow a complete --- 1b5( ; Paris, who possi-ss peculiar fat-ilities fr obtain- i known hoiiai-, anti will I be llead to tiitcrtaiu :
niumphnf, dec trade Lord] .
.... .z M-. I he .i.tv is about$ to bejin.; I proapci-ts he thought he would kill 12 birds I i principles. ?tock on hand la ing information.VI. any of the travelling corr.mmntv I that may favor ,-'',,
i- i John Russell, who will form the new cabinet Sept., ist 17,. ... S7S The. ittnrnl J\'tt.rs cf: the Dtiif will be him with theiicustoin, and! will al.-o "yn

iutnis);) a ninu and says, "Tiie u Uh: one stone ; at all evints lie would I l has been re-elected for the city of Lou- Tot { rervii.t from 1-t s'cj.f., ISlo., to Ist given in a condeitsod form, with induMiy and! at- resident boarders.! The bur will ulwavs aeccinn.oUute be- .

,-, i. .I'ltmi' fifing ",ff! 'tic Fpok turn-cr vote. Hut I must koncludc] for the don. Sit., 1SW, . .. ... . .. .. . 11J( )()2! teJition. supplied[ with genuine li.wrs; ''I t the cl.i.ictj.t!

,'??,: I tinre quarter* of a minute, and I present, as our is lo have a ineelin The prospects of the harvest continttp IV i reci-i.is| fioin lit rieirf., IS 10, to lit Such is a brief view of what; (the "United I quality. JOHN PATIUL'GE.! (
l party up highly encouraging, and! everywhere t17. . . . .. .. .. .. States Reporter" i? designed t to I.e. All the plans : t)1ta1hrI.i, X- v. II 1, l '..i't.IT. .
(,,.it iln>ui.in' it!;an iu if 1 knowM what< ;\ lown Saturday nijrht for the purpose of ;appoiiitm proiiii : and arrangements have been well matured, autil _
abundant!
I ic: a most yield. I It has; already
Lavjn di-rroase f.f. I2CTo ; the hope is ccniidentiy cherished that the t". S. iz.u&. FJS03I
tiI! ] dtiut 11t've he did ; ncs ,
MI. !1 i.% t cit : l lL committee?, and so forth. Squire: born bezun in several of the Southern
I S. Re-porU-r"! will prove itself an t-ner etic, in- Ciia11aiozcEaee ha JForJ ftuincslON
; l.t- -t t an .I t i e h .v been lakeu with a L j says I'and him: will! be called; on t to make at counties. The crops of 1 wheat, oats and I lite Voter.-* of Fr;: ilnstrious( (h21.j firs,.! and perfectly! independent L_'. C and a'tT; t- ii- .1
,
.- ((,'. l.j a miiiil <+r-(i a lug fti man gill t | speech; so you sec I wont have mm-.h time l barley arc universally healthy -and! the potato I living been oolicited' by many of the citi/.ens j-iiirn-d. It will have no party views-no political ; titxrthifl. : t v P
notwithstanding! all that has been I bias. The proprietor, by the terms tf t his ._ "' ,
about hour and n half. ]left of tits : con- :: = f-.ruu* r.Miiat'v. i'. Vv ?
:i .ml In1 ,' < au to prepar myself, after I have writ out t tlicSquiu&s County, to become a candidate before I the I tract with tiie( Serr-.fu of J :
said of the re-appe.rancc l of the disease of t the United States, is i ST.UKS.! The ti:..:. i-ii'f".i.: j. I.e _
', .' :1. .. ii! he said but 1 saw he was ] ideas. Piinjfc I fur (lite office! of bound (to the- condition '' : ; ; : I r.
f.n',1: ; n : i last! year, is infected but to a very insignificant Senator, in the next (Jeieral :- thut the paper -bull contain ( tract to C.IITV I tht-I ?.I.iil: .- i ii.ku't; t

,,,,MI.ICJI.: : K'Uf or live laws: -he spun his i j jurii'iil I Yours, aiI'ciiona t ; extent. The same is the case in I i'.'-crnbly] and beirur willing to serve in that no political disrus.'nns except tic! debates." srive every larihn; t T- .-, r!- :-, '.. ;;i hto*

r. jii-/.W: / in here and there as'it ; JOHN SMITH, Sr.Ni, Ireland.Famine!. capaity: i I: now present myself before yoti for It any will set of br opinirns.a vt-hicie of Thet'nmd XKWS; -not aim the of nruaa the subscriber of lake( oed this roiil.-, lL'< ;'i. !. -. ( : i iWrlu.
Stn as, tt.- \ii \ .
\.i tuifrJ
-
!?
,.J petit alnn I lie 1 commenced by saying Colonel, !cc.Crf.j I aud disease arc rapidly vanishing electtn to that post, if you shall see fit to bestow i h to establi-h! at t tiie Seat of Govt-rnrnrr.t, drivers, will al\\abe pr .vi.t; -.1 l ; tnl< .j. a;w : i!
T ,
in Ireland; but by a anomaly? it lithful anti l
strange a
inc.ing
of
tijifi promjit reporter all sorts cf in- .
will
'ru his UrueJ friend who had just taken; every pains be token lo -> --.tcuc-n! (t*
>iMiiettce of llw Journal of Omnvii r.T'Je outrage still continue 1 rife. ofictititnes expressed my decided cdn- tl-lIi4.e-a letj'onsilile c ent, on which the ptciutty (IN)lug tie ttutvn tj liia,.'; irv'ej,} ta
et W.4'. (I I / l iuiiakeii, tutu in s The accessions of the prelacy, priesthood politician, the business man, the rnamitorturtr, those xvLoifiay'chncse this '
victii that rtnitfr trth.
i and
\ caucuses
fliii. conventions:
;
'43l tlif sumi I people had-sent them thar ; / anti gcntiy (if the country lo the old l lo contrary : the mechanic, and! every one interested in the The Sic will leave Chatfahctchte;
i advocates of the election of Xnchs the true spirit of cur institution.-- i is itliairs of Con''rs every
and the
; Gcivrrnmetit
1 Ireland! and the l may rely TTTISDAY and
i are large, FRIDAY
and that he intended do parly, weekly at 0 A. M. srrive
Uws to j ;
mt ; Taylor as the next Iieilrnt, do note not sfrpii.-in.Mhat! I have at all times uitii implicit confidence.It .
ary contributions Meadily increase ll is expected preferred toc''me before at Fort Gaii. ne.xt ifay, by 12 M. Leave Fort
iJT in -.i'| 4 of j ihe-(here the Sq oit i-'f-ni! h urnsarv lo rmjdoy the agency of I I! ihat; a large: proportion; of Repealci's .. yoi: ;i a candidate ia the old Hi-publican fashion! ,, I t i is -iievr-d I that I the establishment! of sm-h a Game every WEDNESDAY: and SATURDAYr,

if i -1'id I lost, the argiiHK-ni.) That; i itctc I 'fu--y iwliJici.iiis, in what i< called: a Conj will he returned to I the Imperial Par- s"jrivas used ia the carl) days of our government nliable place it within Jrljrflfltf: the reach Intfliiifntrt c.f the, on terms which) at 1 P. M. : arrive at Cnattahct.cr.ie next da' s,
vruticiii. fur l he nf brin.uin himbH" creat mas e ofthe by 8 P. M.
purpose
H.iul'! k stand j iiament at this election.
\' l lijil n> tiie people.. The people) have I nom- pro- Persona truvellir. from Ct.IumbuGa.., via
The[ remains of :'li-. O'Connell were I hold it t to be the rnisi-s to hi* a m st interestingar.d eventful
that had Foit Guinea
ilif rui.tr-; lie cut out I privilege of every frccrnaato period t IJlakely, Chattahoc.chie! ,
inated Quincy
; hiiii, and tht-y iut t'od, wiibont i u tinid to
'
rm'jaiked Dirkenhead for Dublin! in the of
at history C'ontjressional
on I pre.cecding will !!
tili.I : 41 I.. d v i lU3 1 1 *' :;; of iuicrveuins to ratify tliitt I become a candidate for the sufJ'rases of }his Tal.huiojej find this the moil e.xpeditious*
; be !
any jiowi-r.
;Sunday, where I they arrived the following reiaHe'' with favor by all classes of the comintinily route.
1'ffll til ft .)E 1 12. V !u mi hs..Afi'dod 1i,J ioittutlir) : at t lie poll, Allili-d'i luto; ins to t; ow-ciizanL If t th! ? People ilcsiro im ckction,, ; an J, havir.T thus stated }his objects, the T. 1). WILSON
,
lie l done is to : Taylor electoral lick I i-lull know it by the! iv.-lt;: of tie! if subscriber >fctfiilly solicits liberal nid Proprietor.
prepare cativass resj a
:; Iir to c ime lh *re :'ituiI! laUc uj I A formiiiaiile! : conspiracy of the most diahoJical ; ; rrr-n- Q-incy, June 2i?* 1- 17. augl-I :31-1 mTxvculy

'f 'iiii..! the inofiiti l bY siioftni. !. th<'v ftsat\the proper tjini*, and :i nIt: ohI.il ron-' | :: character: ; Ins b''cu detected aIoinc. I !:< ) i-kvt me t.'i-ir!' desire to make! use < f my.Tvci rr.ti United feii"i'rt;States Ir' m tbe euli hte:.<.d public! cf the fiulksrs_ ; JScuard.Mi3 .

.Mlion I i-tif :v* use for luau ni rpf'e. \Yii! i Tlie of the <. will thereby bctrirtiiifes-ft-d taiuil S
i.p_ fr\ n.iii-h. niistAfn JinaJly. aid the object coimpiiators, more ct-i JAMHS HOUSTON', t IVi'LL bo paid fc-r the apprehension
; fI 3aIg02I ( ) II
(
; who amounted to seveial i ; 1 hundred-! !, was ti i.aiv fle.i5 of .:i brtu..hit abnut. l lI bv Rfi'n h the anti l't of
NEGRO
.. r to Soiinfe of the U. S.ffj'Tiw tJ livery a MAN named
I MI in for nialiiji H'. < : l"-iw-- \'a-lIiltUfl J Theie i is :as linic ncod now ; ,
> the cilixen and tin I the i inu.sickjatid
tiia-o-acre: ; ; ;*. remove Pop inanugeuicut of a caucus. If I United States I.Vporter" will I be L.vr, uho ran away fn-m Macon, on SunJay -
iin,' all oflices-settling the debt-- of a Convention to iioinir.a'e: Gen. Taylor.: ,! (tfi Najiles: I by force. Five Cardinals i with I I do ft rect-ivc a laajonly c.f the vote polled, I printed on a large alit! handsome sheet! and isstiefltnorninir the nth in-t. Levi i is a dark mulatto-
I have no doubt that I the greater portion | ,exalted civil and officers have been ver the st'vtt nrjt! well! htli't.' t% ill \voiclif nKnnt tt/l IKa
i :j: "I .v. is: mN Whoisiliat ( military; shal! learn that the will of the hns except Sundays, at rare ofier -
' ol J hue \Vlii people: are friendly to the clecTJUII :- ; ,iliscovercd to have been abet I ot s. People not nnnnm.. little bow Ie! ? ed, sneaks slow and long with a
J, J I. : i 4 l %vlial docs he nifaudi.r ; ? secoJed my wishes, and I shall b-/w in
of ( icnc.a sl! an-1 ii ijuiet voice had when
Taylor, ; is very prol.an -j I Popular l feeling! has: become more I ran- strong en he left a Satinet round
,.. I \ <.|ip<*wnf ami hf's I bic ill it the sticklers lor :i ( 'onvenlioii !\ ,quil in France. .i'b; ;&ai-sii:) to your decision. In eonr.pctian with the daily paper, there will L coat, anti checkered pans of country homespun.I .-

I :.T, t'i<* r.itlr in hand, says would, members of that Convention, iv(. The Jving was well rcn ived by the pen)- W. G. 3!. DAVIS. be i.-siir i from the same e-tubiisliment, lived there.he will make Ibr (Columbu, as he lately

!hr-r; a 5 "!il to < cn. Ta\or"s! noniiiiaii.ti \Iust !. TJic USIrror ol" CoH ress.Tliis Some suspicion exists that Levi-
? I- j'-t this, your oJJoHj't is !pe! on the celiir5tI! iou of ihe glorious three[ was decoyed cr assNffd cffbys'lne vbiteperson-

.: r.'l l *< -pwr.l! in tkitjZ 1rc, s : ii h" C Mivrtiti.in is tu nouiinaic! ( lem.ir ii .ias. The C-hauiher of Deputies is ubouto t j-'HilLation! will contain exclusively he and if so, Sluo sill t>e paid for the villain, and
Taylor.1 lh : iI' t I .- I r.zlii-.! jnvn-ii he ei* 'Ii's for lie of facliioti, j-,' >' Citizens Ct.crLsJ c.f the United States. It
. ti< ptir| if-2 giving saimuinary: ; battles have beeifoiiiihl i vf Franklin County: xvhl be issued II. L. COOK, \zent.

.. t L"_: .. .'r. L'l !; .. ;( [ iiTij,j-fli4iCf Jo a I'fw individuals, and c 1II1: in bet ueia I the 1 lilt-. i.ms and (11 reas- I"VT-LV" to.the public cull made (in the Coru- aemj-weekly, in fit ele-gant quarto f rm. throughout Maron, July 1<\ 1'. 11. aurfl 3Jlt1IOTJUJL.

, "'I t : 1 d1, ( : ll tli> zn" tin ? J f 1431 ill' 111 <*c'Iflf1 J 1i$. j ul.M-ll I they deClU IKi -raiis'; --the former being tlefeated with con- in ton Advei-ti.-ifr lIt{ the 2b t instant ) by Many the sts iions of Congress, and will be forni-heti SA2S SOIC! .
to subscribers the -
; hiih claim ( Ieticr.il T"r" for, theirII at rate of two tlulfurs for the
a' n. .i tin- :>Ii some Julk.scall( I i ujion hr.ttlt' I uSi Cit i..t.-t that I hit are dei-ctt3 of UMH ii.\ naine I'it.r sc-sniou and one dollae for the short svssit-n. r-rIIIE J subscribers rerpfctfully' infcrm their
This Ltiro-l'ix-oisiii
: j *srriis. in itsuuir-t :Mr.i Waller, lie celehraie.d proprietor of iuli'i! tie ll the State It is beii.-wd that this treat national work will -L fricHd.-, and the public generally, that they
Ia
;. 1 M.IH' lh< Tuwu C'outciL' he of all : >r Senate at the cnuinitti
ojfiee. niliiil
j asi< ( i-l monopoly by have
the above
] the l.a'lou opened establishment, and
I ; Times, t-t dead. !bee litviiicd iiiclLspcnsabie in the ot are
!* T ( .,i.i,1 eal l Knaves and hacks the Ii* -I have to say fi-.iikIy to them, and to library evirvPhi '
int receive
sajs: you < say ; party: ;-t ronvcrMonjt The \Ve.-eym! : Confeici.cehadcommenced !-lie institution, politician, and pri'fe.sioimlmun now ready boarders, ar.d hope through '

ii i n in.- if f 1 di.lu'i iusJ 14W think of lie sovt-rni.sent itself jot o a party: engine. i their sittings at I Liverpool. I Kcv. Samue :dl civ.ii; of Fiatikliit, that if such i.s the s oniiohs throughout) the country ; ami that it Vv.ll Li.- proper attention to receive a share of patronage.

'.< ?",:,' / .' /. I],,use of the Lo Ulalcr. !j.Ml< zi I 5ie ol Iivr hand if ( ho Cosiveniiot; i> to Jackson was elected I President.ANOTIIEU dfaire of thr vote.11,1! citixeiw tf theCoIlI' roared! by the aroat mass of tie; pc-up'.c' as the The IJar will be well furnished with choice*

:. | he held! for the purpose of noiniotiti :iti thi-y are at liberty to u Jiuiac: for very b.-t political text book for their cwuinstracticii Wines, Liquors and Solars ; end the Uestaorant-
T lii-- im-c'iii .i-ljuunicd! ilic J; | jire in- j candidate who tcy and that of their children. will be wt-l! supplied with Game, Fish and Oyster. -
atiti-Taylor thai
can: 1
exj'ect LITTII: : rr.o.M (Ii.v.: CItT. tii$ |'Irpoze.! And if, at the October t'kvtion, .- of the best quality in seasonJA3IES ,
iiii"j -
( iie t to both my 4pHllC3lS-l diuj j ;:he TayJor! men will I o into it, or cun en! to.sib
iI The (ollowing letter is said t to Inve been it stiild be the will of the majority of the voters IMP; JRTAXT ANN ))1NCEMENT. GIBSON & CO.
1 "I I ] bound it ? Nn Sirs ihc
il. <
Ii; I D.IVI*. had his hat full of ; by Taylor June- JS17.
i 'men need no Convention, and "ill I resort to wriiU'ij by ( en. scott lo the lion. MillaidFilmore lint should serve-them in that capacity, I shall! Throughout the session of Confess, Extras .
l I i.iUui 'itcdly Joel that I am highly honored, and will bo issued from the office cf the United N. D.-(ic-ntlemon! who wish for refreshments

S MIS! E \c-u>o him thai cveuiu as lie| feel t uirler St.tis Repoiter: ," containing the re-ports of all in their rooms can he accoinodated at short
Can that) tinSouthern 1 1 >, a tL-ep SWIM of t obligation to serve
-
I.s | ;any nJiT.iMy out of wind ; I Ib1 us jti *I i stlc-rilut friend* of Geri. Tav lor will .io Jhur laitlgily the inti-rcais of the people of ll.ij cuia- interest. possess exciting A TT TT-
; Sir : I have; i icretved low t h't- C'AcJD.
.1 % sav-s I, that;. we've hu,
r iH ind to 1ii11IJC laiu-d ami so;i C which is I to present a Northern candidate of iheoiher! ?igiied by \l r. Van \V\c ,) asking iiliLs.! J am, with all due re.-pccf, post-paid, und addressed is. zeus ol Apalachicola. and these cftIen&gbbrinr. -
iho Liberty party ?" JAMES A. HOrSTOX, country, that he has established a in
h oil' 1 commenced I on several gioimds the Your obedient press
i < was ; M) : I discharge itt .lamt-s; ,
i Neither, on I lit: other hand; will I they jo Unitpi! States Reporter, Washington, !>. C. this city for the pnrprse of t printing' music, composed
,. ... Thompson), a private of I ilm second JJegimeui I THOMAS ORMAN. July SI, 1317.
-we i into a long lrAIi'z1 it 5 and
g into an exclusive. Southern, jn'o-slaveiy! 5 arranged fi-r the Piano Forte, as well
of Aitillery.-1st. lie has, since his All iie\v.-p.iiers throughout the Viriti'd States
. ':Ut :'-ii| iim I : thought 1 used huM up; ; ( 'oiivejition: and demand pieces from, (]en. enlistment reformed his habits.: This is r.\CflICOL.t, Aty.3, 1 11.JoiuC. who publish this 1'rt'ectus rnee a wtk! as for other instruments. He intends to keepconstantly
I Taylor; on the subject of the Wihnol an this ltte till tiii laeetiaj of Congres.syill; be entitled en hand a selection of the most fashionable
1 1IIlertiu1l dftur1
arc -
> u you \ proII in favor of his his JIACI.VY, ESQ.:
argument serving out to an exchange with I lie I United Slates pieces, and his prices per copy, shall be
"'d//1 ii, t. :Millid cviliti ? Ddarinlned I I lime lest be should Dir) Sir As it have become fashionable moderate to suit the times he
::1'o I relapse; if discharged; : seem to Reporter, anti xvill be- pl.u-ed! on the !u-t ofto ttee: ; als-o offers for
'"'u' wli.ii ? sa\s he. .Squire says I, 1 t is now known and settled that ( cu. before confirmed, in his tcformation-military f Lite I lo announce ca'uli.l.itc's.for popular favor whom the Extras will be despjtched.IT sale, Piano Fortes of the most approved make ;
Talor will not undertake t In pro tio u are an lie i.* prepared to repair and tune Pianos and
! discipline highly favors reformation. put-
lnk tit.- <- | is little will o ardlesa of party iniluer.ce, we hope to beexcuod W7kLTIri ( Ip(
niniaii a dif you opii.ion or Jiive a ped! p upon!) every question 0.1. lie I I has: become pious. This makes CWL'IST.Izi them in ;perfect; order ; he also begs leave (to say,

' 'Wi i.t n< ; t}, < '('uJdiM! ivants to know, that can be made for him by sIIt' lie him I at once a better soldier and a better for I bus addressing you thiou Ii a public Chancery. that he M ready to give instruction on the Piano

*?% Ut- '( t ) enemies or indiscreet friends. lie will, as man; prii.fV'e cannot too warmly commend; the increasinj Cornelius Grantham, ) Violin, Flute, Uiiitar "' a" the different Brass
JI alj are goin to fortunately, weare not without
"* **** '"'& !', t in .*h.:. y-n! villej: I'orsar-opu his friends believe and know, ivc no ear lo o.'h'cers and men in our ranks many lint 3d.pious It disposition! in the publicmind toisclt-t 'atha (,vs.i-antnani. t)> Petition for DivorceI ""''im" ",0 5fe'totrarh;: his pupiU at -

UtjI, those who seek to CIII tangle; him in his is alleged thai he has; imbibed( conscientious t.-u-p: of t acknowl 'd l t.xu-nls; ( and intt-frrily, re-i 'j'T a:)!>earin! to the satis.irti.ii! e-f tlie Court, their rtsucncc! 'riiuse wishing to obtain his
b. % I.s i-. I itf 11)'; Colonel'si. talk." services will find him at all times except when
bv'allhlavit casethat the defendant (
scruples)! against 'ardlcicf"politics; ) to fill our impoitant olllces..Many .1. made in this
performing)
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military;
( ._ iijd duty.If the \i i4t profesi mally) in his music room at the
; vt1 in for his elee- l"atla Grantham, re-iies beyond ou a
I t the tions of iiitrrest will
1 man he mail, hc can he dUuhnrgedon : U"DCome ArnicAV SI.AVK '11t.ui.--Tlic Convention juriailiction of the Stale cf Florida : It is ordered .nfittneitin,. Commerce street.
.Squire.. hays I, ihai's i no use i a surgeon's (:certificate that effect-bin) bi-fcreor next Legislature, and it i? all important that the said Falba Grantham do and answer Ord'-r-s' for Mu-ic or Instruments will meet with
* between Great IJiita'm, France: a nil i the I appear
aStifl any more ;IIIi titiji ion here-one United Slates: for I the suppression of I be i n ne hitS turned cowarti, we nave ampip 1 lit Franklin Cmmty should be tiMji rtjirctnlul. tha said petition within three months after prompt attention. H. BERNREUTER,

,.gs dead -.we'll call on Orimn in the slave trade, so far from having prodnccf rI! means; of punishing'' I him if 1m should, when \ Your (rietid.s having "rent conlidence in I tins publication of this cr.U-r, or t lie sual petition i Professor of Music.
Dfl1j1 i ordered, refuse lo uigiltI will be taken fur confessed ; md it is full her ordered pnl.irhicola July 1O,1.-17. 2CtfDiL.FLUCIITWiIGEWS
benefit, has actually: occasioned an your aliiity, and ht-lievin that the intelligent: of
any return the letters you enclosed, and remain that this onk-r bo publislieil in some newspaper .
After we CUIU home the .Srjuire said heuhl amount of suflerin tl whieh humanity t ; my dear sir, with great esteem, both pities! would) freely unite on you, are desirous in I Western Circuit of this State for the I'oison.
' 1 wotilhrt bhuddei-s. The whole coait of Africa i i-< yours liatour claims t tt> oflicc should! not be siace of three inoniti.S.(1G. Rat, mouse cV C'ocliroarli S
luive any opposition.I. t."efl t. under blockade it will be remembered truly, j.. \\ rj lllS very ellicaoious remedy for esterminaL -
; and ()VetlO..CI. A\re hope therefore \ou will consent S. HAWKINS, Judge I D.Uclice
's WINT1DLU SCOTT. ba
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application
n i tint h the I think I'll ting immediately proper
case as the fleetest Kn, lish vessels aro used, the Anna, An,'. 2t l lSt' 33m
betIectei. lion. M. FJLJIORK.KATIIUR :. to becohea candidate for the Jennie ut the approachhg made! of all of tbe above named annoyances. Hi*
1 Jy /niriiI,, says the oiJIIirC, traders have been compelled to adopt i the '
election. Yours, rospcctfully! State ofIMIANKLIN I'1orid: Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very extensive -;
"Oac-. s % |ti', .f ;,,,i(1( no opposition, ;and plan of usitig very lii'Jit amf small! vessels, : Coon.-Among iho details of MANY CITIXKNS. COUNTY. celebrity for its invariable destructive proPtrt1e -
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'do.I C", :< \ II I: Ij it sarcuiiislci'icis alters 111 order lo escape Ilieni. ilie sutierm sof t the late terrible disaster ou Eake Eiic, weliltle I rpo nil having d.a ands a ,tin>t the es.L to that order of insects. Vr sale byAtigUt
i'j the unhapjjy wretches, crowded on boar.lilp'xe $ l persons 1 1 J- C. ALLEN, Druggist.OUCK .
expected lo find (he Clcavt.land
1' > 1, but I know of no sariii.ii a joke ; yet %3:: V\ro are autborizod to say lo the voters of I ate of t :;al hun Seymour, !lats t ai.! county,
vessel, are horrible beyond description. Plain Dealer tells us, that while the dcett-d, notice is lu-ivb! > !iivei I that I have taken
"" Franklii that JAMI l I- K. FARRIOR! Paaacea.
u ill mikc a cat>e of me. Thelo The N. York Express says; thai out ofiilO.000 1 (I- Chcnapcak; was lying to her anchor; gradually County, from I the I honorable (Court' ti }'ioh.&t.! i it sm: received

tItize iii orJer make mv tickettr. shipped for Cuba an I Ura/.il, 1H,0<)<) sinking, and j just before she went down, will si-fc-e I them in the I House of Ri-pra-icnfatived county, LetteisTertamc-n/ai-y upon the uue, uii< ii. )and for and sale SVv'ALM'S bv Panacea just

? ami to saivc; his party, he's coin died on the )asage. Vtt the price is so I a gentleman: sought out his wife, who was of the!: text (Jcneral Assembly if circled. that all clainn will be narred it not prcscute-i! .hnII* ,1-2 1!. F. AP.FLL.

Joul l,,u ili, ilicef enormous that t the trip is always a good o ii. Mantling; (Ill the hurricane deck, and thus AiiiJt2l.! within two years after the tijte ot thin-i ;iiveittse- -
;
ioUSCf aIiJ(] that we'll 1 i\If.'I'O.\( tO 1 1.
; The vessels in use are only l wo feet ten accosted her : inert. Ijahili> Oil I-
Millj-lM.. illi.!! .. CCr'Ve are desired! to that WILLIAM AaIaclticoh Jny! 'J 1, l'' 17. !S-2mnm .* f.-r sale
together-that he doesn't inches high between decks and in ibis Well, wile, I that long mooted question say OF the bot iju-dity! fir sumrner "* ,
"l-uowo ,,, huddled VALLliAU!! F.SIJ. wislies! to be considered as a [t'liyn'] J.C.ALLEN."nF.IISONS .
v |lie's, "(ii ? to run until l space men.Hwomen and childeru are will soon be settled with us." 'rort'E-Mr.( : C. .1./ SIIF.PAKD i-s my duly

: c'uiethe' day ; hint laci\rarhcconie together. These ftcis induced! Mr.Honhwick .' What: do you mean," said she, tv1iii catulid.it; before I the People for re-election, as _i_N authorized( agent daring lay alwnri! from bavinl.ui .-'- with fh" undvr-j

a* Jt.Ji-i li.tt Iii. vas ; tjitJIOd I llflMJaud I in the English, House of Commons question do you refer to !" Clerk of the Circuit Com I of Franklin County the: State. [jul>2l] __ r:. McCLhIA. I. signed .hiring his ab--em-c ': n. the State willplea

< r1. lo call on Lord Palmeibton to put Why" said he, '' the question whether Au tftt 21.CRFAM:! apply to Aa.ori Jfafl e'e
' as ;i coiiuequcncc he Id t/fiirn on an end to I the joint treaty or treaties on ( his i that old lied ])ragon has seven heads and VNV! CRCEN.1

fttiCt'i 'J C ;''J* 'lie '1'S: no idci! (if' st
% M'' 'Dlen' s to run quarter races, and I The only way, as (he Express justly re- "Oh, husband! !r' said i the lady, "how can April 17 and for sale by II. F. ABELL.: May 15 JI>AV & CO. : PERSONS !:avri-: bn-ii v.itSth--- tiijersiit. .5
remarks I lo ibis t tr.ide : is lo at such time 7'' 1 ''
slop HlVrtnally jest
11 l cniuch surprised( if the Squire you a Extitct S,3,71LLl1l. I 'd will pU-! .. '" > < On ? -r. V'"XIs- DAMF'linL '
''Pr'.ed i hug induce Cuba and IJruil to declare: it piracy; In I about ten minutes (he boat went down, I; Ct)13t; e! Vt1ta-. RULL'S: & SANDS', tor sale by the dozen cr as I slull t e .tgacnl tor( a short titco t

aCfl''J bow year without his knowing but this is impossible ; for in Brazil every and as I luck would have it, this impeituibably N pihts auJ quarts, just received for .sale l vJuitI2 1> single bttfr, 'by distant part of the state.* .. S

hs did it. body is concerned in it, from the Emperor L Lp. jester was Say CII. .[ ; II. 1'. AtftfLL. Jclvn- J. C ALLEX.MHpV July 17. FRANCISfl. 1orL'tN:2






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d CONSTITUTION"F PROSPECTUSOF Drugs medicines,
ttUOKCUAN. VMENDMENTSTO THE Palnt
TilE SAVANNAH I l' .
IN announcing/ the lact that the undersigned: 4 l> THE STATE OF FLORIDA, THEJACKSON months after date I will apply IN TilE WESTEJtNCLRCU1T Dye-Stuns" Perfumery, \&OI s

have associated themselves toscthei; in the 1- tito- TO BY THK SECOND NOTICE-Six OF FLOUIDA. undersigned return!p hi!tha i
I'ROPOaED AND AGREED WHIG Hon. Judge of Probates for Franklin friends and the !
rial Department of" THE SAVANNAH GEOR- IULY; SUBJECT TO THE from the Adminis- Circuit Court. public 10Iib1
GENERAl.SSF IN
final discharge Frankln Ir
for a patronage, and
County,
bees
lake this occasion to to the patrons ,
GIANt we and to the say generally, (ACTION or THE J EXT GENEIALAssIMIH.Y. A WEEKLY PAPER, tration of the estate of Donald Campbell, late of he is now receiving in i1*
of that public .
that arrangements paper have already been made for its TO BE PUBLISHED IN,JfARIANNI1.THE : said county, deceased Arabella E. Hepburn widow I which added to lii ad.t '
JANET WILLIAMS Adm'x. Burton deceased
material improvement in outward appearance, .In .f ct to amend the Constitution of this : fi.i 1817. 21-6m Hepburn Ofl his assortment unusual], i e
the
so publishing in Apalachicola, June English, French
and that no pains will be spared to elevate and all free white male inhabitants undersigned propose German r
extend to
commercial[ and State as to Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a after publication 01 vs. s ; Cometcs; Perfumer *
sustain its character as a paper biin citizens of the United Stales, OTICE.-Six months ; ,
I L. George
Hepburn .
the above title. N Joseph ware, cr .
with &
with and profitable weekly newspaper will be made to the .c.,
columns interesting
to fill its : ; who shall have resided within this State one this notice, application Hepburn Annie E. Hepburn are
matter. \\'e feel most sensibly that to render the I franchise.EJECTION This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri- Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county fdr a to Physicians, Country Merchants and Olh)
I year, the elective. and Sciente it will also contain the and Caroline B. Hepburn, the most liberal terms-all of which "*
culture
Savannah Georgian such a paper as the growiii? ClaCle(1lfltile Senate and ; final settlement of the administration of the estate he
it
1. Be of heirs at law of Burton Hep warn afH. ,
interests and population of our State and Citrc- : J Hovse Representatives 0} the State of Floida current news of the day and articles in support of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said burn deceased Daniel K. pure and unadulterated.
mint be cxpindid the Whig Pdli y. ELIZA SPEARS, ; F. ABELL
quire a Zirersif.' tf.alwr : : convened, That the county. .
in Gt1lcl"alJs.1rmbl.1
heirs of John
J been severelyfelt the
has
furnish.- The want of a local paper Administratrix.Dry Doge; Wholesale Retail Drum'
itsuch determined to 1S57. 5-Cm
we are Constitution
upon I irst clause of the t sixth article of the : February 14, dec'd whose trus- ,*
: and Washington counties ,
Walton
shall strive to make its columns pleasing to in Jackson 45 Wafer :
white
We amended as follows, viz: Every free Bill for Dower. sir
be> so establishment of -- -- tee is Daniel McDougild; l
all readers, and while our humble support *hall 1,1'nale person of the age of twenty-one years and. and has led to the proposed Goods. John W. Campbell ; HudsonA. Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1S4G.

be given to the great principles upon which the 'ipwards, and who shall be, at the time of ofl rug this Journal. obtain sufficient patronage sale large and sea- Thornton Nathaniel W. and
Democratic has planted itself, believing and The undersigned hope to subscribers offer for a ; Drugs Medicine's-]
part citizen of the Untefl States,
these principles to be essential l to the perpetuity i.vho to shall vote have, a resided and had his habitation, to enable them to commence its publica- THE stock of Dry Goods, consisting in Thornton ; Hines Holt ; Sea- THE subscriber has, and -TI

of i lion by the istofSepternber.TLnraThrt. of born Jones John H. Howard constantly have,on hand
of our national: freedom and the advancement of abode in rart ,a
our national welfare, we shall studiously: avoid lomicil home and place permanent: the electionat I .._. ....__. dollars.._. nerannum., u uu.' n nfvinee. Negro Kerseys and Linseys, and EdwaVd- CaVy, tr Etees. .of] assortment of DRUGS and cOlrJ'
.
all rude collisions with views and opinions an- Florida which, for he one shall year ufier next to vote preceding, and who shall, at $3 50 if paid within six months; or $1 00 4f White and Red Flannels, James I'. Calhoun & CharlesL. I CINES, which be wiuant- I

toour own. To render our paper the end of the year. Plain and Fancy Jeans, Bass, composing the late of the best I*
'tagonistic such time and for six months immediately preceding qualty.
of demorratic BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO. Double twilled Tweeds, firm of Calhoun & Bass ; and COtr
'firm but dispassionate: exponent said time, have had his habitation, domicil, I \ ,
advocate of July 31, 1847.Groceries. Casameres, Howland; William to their advantage to call, fn
principle, the calm yet unflinching! home and place of permanent abode, in the county Super fancy WiiaH examine and ,:
.
tit and -- and French Cloths, ; Duncan Goods, before } frt
vehicle purchasing
the Super English
Southern institution, amusing in which he may oiler to vote shall be deemeda and Stores. McDoU-1 tlea'rE.
Ship
subjects, Blankets, and 12qrs gald ; Mordicai N. B Physician's
'intructive thought upon all proper under this Con- Whitney 1 1 : prescriptions rut
voter at all elections do, tm4l\
qualified do St. Domingo
whether science, literature, or general infor- i in elections by RIO COFFEE, Java Duffil Blankets,8, 10 qrs. signee of George W. Ross, I care and accuracy at any hour of thrdat
stitution and none others, except Western do N 0 Sugar, rr h
Flour
; Daniel McDouS' l.
Cottonade bankrupt -
,
visitorat and
a ;
welcome Denims Kremlins J.
it
make C.
in word, to a .
'mation,- a I general ticket in the State or District prescribed St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea, ild* & Lawrence ALLF.V.
Joseph March
,
merchant and the mechanic, the Br : once to the elector must have iu
the A&
by law, in which cass, Ilyson So, Powchon* doSonchong: G.psheft 'B. Branchy William H.Brockenbrough ; afd.C.mlrcf
student and the farmer shall be our constant en- next Lard Sides Shout Cotton Osnaburgs, ---
been a resident of the State one year preceding Butter, Cheese, Bacon Hams and the Bankof --
'deavor; and if, in addition to this we shall the election, and six months within the ders, :Molasses, Whiskey Mess and Prime Beef, Cotton Drilling and Ticking,

'be enabled by extending onrcireulalion through:; election district i in which he otters to vote : Pro- Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel, Shad, Salmon, Linen and Cotton Checks, Pensacolaj; ;
the ties which bind and Cod Fish Tongues, Irish Linen Shining and Sheeting, Dffemlanls.
the interior to trcnirtlu-n soldier marine in the Herring, Sounds Tongues, ,
That or
tided ,seaman
uui L>cu cd S.afp and City together, and to no of the United Slates, unless Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper( Sauce, Olives, Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge of
secure that oncnesa ol sympathy and feeling I regular! Army or Navy Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco: Navy English, French and American Prints, this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain
elector of this State I Ivious
so essential to the I'ro"'I'rit; of both, we shall l he were a qualified pre Bread, Pilot do, Crackers Vinegar, Dried Fruits, Extra super; plain and twilled Ginghams, ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
I' to his enlistment as such soldier, seaman or Beans, Salt, Raisens. Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar- d'Ecosse named do not reside within the Western Circuit
"find our labors amply repaid. marine in the Regular Army or Navy of the Hoot,Corn,Oas,Buckwheat, :Mustard, Rice. Super Ca'mere United
enable contin're our present connec- row Extra Muslin de Laine, ot the State of Florida, but within the
To us to United States, or of the revenue service, shall be For sale by B. ELLISON & CO. super
all that would vih ; American do. States of America that is, that the Defendants
do
'tion, however, and to we considered resident of the State in consequenceof Jan23 24 Water street. English, Scotch anr ;
todo in the way of improving The Georgian," a within Super Italian and figured Silks j Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;

'wemust look for an increased:: suppoit from the being stationed December the same.Passed 1 1S16. BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case; Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs, \he"aid George 0. Hepburn in the State of Missouri FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indigestion,Eij.
Senate, ,
'Jpnblic; such we now solicit and confidently ex- D. II. MAYS: President Senate Shoes and Buskins' ; Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, ; the said Annie E. and Caroline and nervous Headache> Constipate,).
and Youth's Brogans; arid the said William Howland, I Diarrahoea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel!,
:pect. W1\!. II. BULLOCH, Men's, Boys English and American Cotton Hkfs, B. Hepburn, nal.!
; hENRY K. JACKSON. I I. ARCHER, Secretary Senate.Paed cc" fine sew'J Broans; Madras and Verona head Hkfs, each in the State of New York ; the heirs ot lency, &c. For sale \hole ale and retail,
House December 1C IS 16. \
Men's pegged Boots; and Gents Hf-hose John Peabody, and Daniel McDougald Dec 12 J. C. ALLEN, ,t
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.M. Ladies' Cotton Hose tecea9Cd. __ __ Druti
TERMS u
: fine sewed Boots; Super Marseilles and Worsted their trustee!; Holt and Seaborn -- --

THE DAILY GEORGIAN published in'' ; D. PAPY, Clctk! Russet Brogans. For sale by Cotton and Flax Thread, Vctng Jones, John ){. Howard and Edward Cary, trustees -I Tarrant's Compound Extractor or

Savannah at TEX DOLLARS PKR Aui.py-: lids Slate H. ELLISON & CO.. Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslins, of Calhoun &. Bass; Mordicai Myers, assignee Cubcbs and COItI'ia.
Ihe
amend Constitution of
able serni-annually in advance; or, SIX DOLLARS ln so lct as to to make the seisions of the General Jlsscmblibiennial Jan 23 21 Water strejt.On Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Daniel __ tI, ._ Stands ,unmalltd[ torn'

FOR Six MONTHS. instead/ of.an intal. Consi ll.nellt. Needles, Pins, Tape, &.c. &c. McDougaH, each reside in the State of Georgia > IFk efficacy; I perlcrnnacnrf
THE TRl-WECKLY GF.ORGL.\X, for the selected with in the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A. in a few
days
and Which have been great care ; -no confinement
1. fie it enacted by the Senate subscriber has lately received on cO 1Iign-
/, Country, i is published to meet the airangement SECTION (' .(' of the Slate of Florida -! THE the following articles : New York and Boston,from Importersand Agentsof Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan 7 or restriction in diel,
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday, Manufacturers, at tinlr \vr Jt markft rae., and McDougald each reside in the State of Alabama; I is :- It will
That
necessary.
the OlTice of the in General .1", cmbl.1 convened, .the. 2 casks choice Old Poit Wine; I
and ,) at
Thursday SMirrdav f Branch and Lawrence O'B. found
Constitution offered at whole de I r t..il the are now
of Wine
fourth article
Intelligence aecond clarse of the I" Old Madeira ; !
all the
DAILY GEORGIAN, and contains WM. G I'OUTF.R ('". Branch and William H. Brockenbrough, each reside pared with the
to read as follows terms by I
:11IdIi.cclla of this State he so amended as 1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey; & gtle
Political
Commercial, viz : 'Jd. Tho members of the House of ; 2 .( Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy; ; Dec. 5, iS 16. -11 1 '\,:.I'l reetH. in the Middle Circuit of Florida : 7f is therefore | possible care, npnH:
Advertisements published
neous including new ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbefore tested
\
Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified Dark Dumond Brandy; --- ---- t fOlndt

in the Daily Paper. all of the State voters, and shall serve for the term of two years, 10 1"baskets London Club" Champaigie. Ellisoui & Co., 21 ""ateI street. named and every of them, do appear and \ -St. upon that important In
PAPER i is sent to
TillS pasts
the at FIVE from and after the day of the first election under Also a variety of Sears, all of which will be SHIP CHANiLKKY.MANILLA answer the said bill ot complint. otherwise the first established by lhec
in city,
delivered
ind Union or (1 all sizes shall be taken against them ebrated Dr. Ferdvce
C- r.l.iirc ,
THREE DOL- the amended Constitution and no longer; and sold low, for cash only, byEDWARD and Hemp same Pi n
DOLLARS per annum; or, at : the sessions of the General Assembly shall be McCULLY, ne, Wormlimtrline I i :: Spun- and each of them ia default : Provided, this orderbe that a combination tt SIB.ilar .

LARS for six months.GEORGIAN" published< biennial, and commence on the fourth Monday in Feb 27 50 Water strtet. yarn,Oakum,Sperm Oil, FaT'!' ln, '.V I tie do, Olive published in any newspaper printed in this remedies would prfucC! a m-ri- mum,

THE WEEKLY H DOLLARS November, in each and every second year, or at do, Linseed do, Raw Ho, Boil.*J do, Spirits Turpentine Circuit once a week for four months from the speedy, and considerable efVrt, t thai ." .x etuii

every Friday afternoon, at THREE such other times ai may be prescribed by law YXTISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of WildV Paints, \Vindow < ;Uiss, Putty, White date hereof. Dated April 11,1547.GEORGE lent dose of any single one.' In I.n.; CM" tK
annum-all payable in advance. V received and for sale by Lead, Red do, Yellow! Ochre, Chrome Green, HAWKINS
per Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That the third Cherry, just S. disease entirely prevented bif- tm.eiv p(,,
Yellow Verdigris
; vi411. IblT. clause of the fourth article of the Constitution be Nov 5 J. C. ALLfN. Emerald L'nhuase do, Imperial Sulphur do, ,Chrome Bright Varnish,,Copal- Judge fo the We.ter Circuit of Florida. cation. Fcrsalebv"

NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY amended so that the same shall read as follows: HEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, b'the do, Tar, Rosin ,Pitch, Turpentine Coal, PaintBrushes RANDALL & HAGNER, Dec 12 J. r ALLEN, Dr I r

ANH: 3d. That the Representatives shall be chosen on S bale and case, low for cash, by I do, Tar do, Scrub do, Clamp do, Complinant's Solicitors. 20-4m. -- -

{Printers' Fumisliiii, :; Warehouse. the first Monday in the month October, in each B. ELLISON & CO L-imp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck English In District Court of the United WISE Il'S

.:"C17; Canal btntllloll". and every second year, from and after the first Jan 23 21 Water st ret. do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
undersigned; beg leave to announce to election under this amended Constitution! or on White, Blue and Bed Bunting, Nails Copper do, States, for the Northern Dis-

THE :! and Printers, that they have established such other day as maybe directed by law. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cli -ry. do Tack, Ship Spike, Boat do, Brads, Screw.-, trict of Florida.

a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY Sec. 3. Be further enacted that the fifth DOZEN,just' received and for sale b> Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Cap fain IN ADMIRALTY.

; in this city. The Book Letter of this clause of the afote aid article be so amended as to 1'), April 10 II. F. ABEIL. Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, do Jib Deck Hanks Brooms, Hand Daniel N. McLean, and

Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long read as follows vie; The Senators shall be cho- :: Corn Pumps do, ,Deck Caulking Buckets Mallets, Cedar, Sarvingdo, Axes,Axe, others, owners of the 1

(expcrience, and, as no expense was spared to sen by the qualified electors, for the term of four Hops, Helves,Hooks and Thimbles,Box Hooks,Bale do, steam boat Augusta,

obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect it in yearat the same time, in the same manner and FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking vs. Libel for Collision.

every respect we will venture to say it will be in the same place where they vote for membersof 17 II. F. ABEIL. Irons, Making Irons, Marline Spikes, Ship Scrapers The Steam Boat Eufaul

'found as handsome if n>>t the handsomest in the the House of Representatives; and no person Bung Dippers Cook's Ladles Tormpntor5, her tackle, J

Umted States. We have also;; a very handsome shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a QUININE, Camphor and Piperine, !u* re- Dividers, Compasses\ Sail Needles, Sail Twine, furniture.

assortment of Flowers! : and Job Letter of the la- citizen of the United States, and shall have beenan for sale by Seine do, Sewing dO, Pdlms, Rigging Leather, NOTICE hereby given to al whom it may

'iestttylc, to which we would! call the attention inhabitant of this State for two years next pre- April 17 _H.: F. ABELL. Pump do, Shovels, Hammers, Hatchets. Chisels, that by virtue an attachment
.
Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets. Handsaw ; (: A :* D I A V i: It JI G E.
Augurs,
A
elsewhere. All last resident warrant of arrest, issued in the above cause, I 11"1
of Printers befre purchasing ceding his election, and the year a
Locks
Sarsaparilla Syrup.TUST Files, Hat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard ,
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate- of the district or county for which he hall be received and for sale by Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges Padlocks, have seized and taken thp above mentioned Strain Tht remedy to w rlrhH wonld atr-
of h ch ha
Tial equal, it not superior to any manufactured chosen, and shall have attained the age of twenty- J June 12 H. F. .\REV.JJOr !.. Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand Lines, Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furniture, tion t lt public i-" one proved wrcesstul
sell at New Hand Leads to to the libel filed therein, for damagesfor a long time ; and it is universally! x-
Et: the North ; and as we shall Type five years. Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Deep answer
with LIFE( PILLS AND PHONIX do Bar do Funnels Lanthorns collision, in a cause civil and maritime.That .- kll ledged! by all who have triad it, to be FAR
York; prices, we trust to meet encourage: Sec. 4. Be it further enacled. That the sixth 'AT'S Spa do, Sheet a ;
clause of the aforesaid article be j-o amended as to 1\'1 BITTERS, just received and for saUby Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do, the said process ii i returnable before the SUPERIOR to any)" other medicine evrruJf

We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS read as follows, ,'iz. The classification of Senators Nov 21 J. C. ALU Belaying Pins, Tin \Vare, Crockery, Carpenter's District Court of the United States for the Northern in diea.(!for which it is (( .
with Tools, Sampson Posts, &c -Sec.ApalaciiicoU. District Florida at the Clerk's office of only destroys WORMS AND INVK.-OR.AlE( ; ?
'RULE and TYPE oi any magnitude, prompt- as made at the first session of the General Baill and Itopc. ,
;; Jan. 23. 1S47. THE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it di "I.hu a'
ness. We would also particularly call the attention Assembly held in the year 1S15, shall continue PCS Bagging said Court, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
Kentucky
of Printers:! to our LEADS, having an entire unchanged; one half of whom as nearly as possible 100 100 coils Rope; ; ri REEN COXNERY, No. 3'3' Water street, third Monday ((17th day) of May, instant, at in carries i.ft'thp superabundant IN THE stifLe S101LUH or n.ucoPREVALENT .A->5 i
&
new set of moulds, by which we are enabled shall be chosen forever hereafter bienniallyfor 4 bales Bagging Twine, for saloy Vj have just received and offer for sale A. M., at which time and place the said causeis BOWELS OF CHILDREN frr-f.t

to furnish a perfect article. We are al.o Ageiit the term of four years: Provided, however, WM. G PORTER & CC 12: sacks Green Rio CoO ee, (new crop ;) to be heard. Ih..rt (
t. Kanipr.j Wa-hinirton... ant.Iinent. : Dated Apalachicola this 15th day of May, those in bad health. The wirus torn !tl.ebt
.1' tlia cVl-- tf declared that the of office
"lor 1115 sale uo me 'aji-i, nn", 4 and it is hereby term Dec 5; 41 Water tret. 10' barrels Northern and Western Flour ; :
,. in which \
m' _ or net Wrmjircdiire >
with Chases in the 1517. ROBERT MYERS, our.
which I.elf
togpther at the first year
Smith Presses (ot that class ol (jsenators uncxpirea 200 Old Rectified Whiskey ; ,
Cases Composing: Sticks Furniture, Inl:, and (election under the amended Constituticn, shall Iron, Nails, &c. 10U boxes white, pale and brown Soap U. Marshal and by removing it, it is imp"'s-ible, \\ '

every other article required ill the Punting bu-i- c extend to, and expire on, the first Monday in TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes, 5 Mini N. O. Sugar ; 5 do Muscovado; by H. R. TAYLOR, D. :f remain in the bodI is,health harmlrs-.! tlalwasimproved in II.t. arnl Ss

-ness will be kept oi: hand, and furnished at 4 4tnfactul October,eighteen:; hundred and fifty. 20 100 kegs Nail, do. 20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders; May 22. IS 17. 19-tf on the vtem, a it
er's price SI>r. 5. lie it further enacted That the first 4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted; qualifcs) ; 5 4l hams ; Circuit Court, by !u-;* even r.oOr.

Editors and Printers wishing la establish a 4 flecfion Assemblymen, under this amended 20 Blacksmith Steel Fared Anvils barrels Clarified F.anldl. are dico\'erct.
20
OF FLORIDA.
;
Sugar The Canadian Vermifuge is onl2" cii>t* *
Newspaper or Job Printing OtOce will be fur- Constitution t ,shall take place on the first Monday 20 English and American Vies; 10 boxes Loaf do ; Charles Barnarnd, Abet bot tie and i is much more easily administtred: !*
nished with an estimate in detail for the same, in October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; 20 Bellows 50' ( Sperm Candles; Adams George W. other. t"

'by:; stating the size of the paper or the particular and the first session of the General Assembly, under 12 dozen Spades and Shovels; 20 N E Rum; Barnard and Chares only by JOHN WISER Co..-

style and quantity of work to be executed. this amended Constitution: ,shall commence on 10 Collins' Axes; barel White's Baltimore Gin; Larkin, Attachment. Maiden Prepared Lane New York. &

QGh The proprietors of newspapers who will the fourth Monday in November, in the year 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; 1 Domestic Brandy; tradingunderthe firm j Sumsworn to$4513 00. H. F. ABELL Aaent

publish this advertisement six months, and bend eighteen hundred and forty-eight. 1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saw; 10 N 0 Molasses; of Barnard, Adams Damages $SOOO. Jan 9 for ,

a paper to our office weekly, will be paid for theadvertisement Passed Senate,December 22, 15-JO. 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale bWM. 1 50 boxes English Dairy Cheese; &. Co." .Apalaclclla

by purchasin six times the amotnt I). II. :MAYS, President of Senate. G. PORTER &, O. 50 pieces Kentucky Bagging ; Vi.John ] The Great Canadian Remedy.IVIAKK'S .

.advertising bill in Type. H. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate. Dec 41 Water steet., 30 coils Rope; Dill. PECTORAL STBIF

GREEN fc CO., Pase-lllouse of Reps., Dec. 29, 1516. Mats Defendant and all others interested, .
Alicant
AND plI"NIX 10 bales ; wil OrIH ELECAMPANE.L'nriyalled
LIFE PILLS
May 22, IS 17. 10-Om 17 Canal ft. How. ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps. MOFFAT'S jut received and for sat by 80 bxsand hlf.bxs (new crop) Mal. Raisins; THE notice of the institution of the for tElul'SL cure( Cough.- Colds,.\sihin

HHDSSt. Croix Sugar: ; 1'!. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps. Nov 28 H. F. ABELL. Drugist. IOU Lemons; suit by attachment, returnable to the December spitting of tlood, Whooping Cough, IIfiuLmlty ) !!

10 20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive; March KJ.1S17. 'J-Cm 7; Manufactured Tobacco; Term, 1517, of Franklin Circuit Court, and will 1 of Breathing. Pleurisy., Consuuipticn,

100 sacks Rio I Coilee; ">
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; COUNTY OF FRANKLIN. and Pints, fresh, lor sale 30 Mackerel, Nos 2 and 3 ; CARRAWAY SMITH, dit'aC that is :sweeping
QUARTS 17 H. F. ABLL. barrel sands to a premature grave under the ranlt I
:;0 I uft'd do. Brown's and Labby's; virtue of the power vested in me by law IShall 20 do do ; Plaintiffs Atorey. be cured Ibis
-- Consumptioncan; by
20 Sperm Candles; 7.1 bvs brown Soap; BY! expose for sale before the Court House Blank Books and Stationery. 20 boxes assorted Syrups; Apalachicola, April 13, lSt. apriI71--m cine. using te'

100 bas Shot ; 5'J; kegs Powder; door in the city Apalachicola; Franklin county 20 \ chests and boxes Gunpowder and lly- -- tasb
Journals, Day Books, &c. For several years past, this medicine
2000 lbs Lead ; -I casks Linseed Oil; on Monday; the tvrenty.fifth4ay of October LEDGERS son Teas ; Franklin Circuit Court.D. '
,
in in
I Foolscap and Letter Paperiemoranuum ; use Canada, where it has becur.e ufli1t1
200 kegs\VhiteLead1; lEtraand Pure. next, at the u..uat hours of sale, so much of the louon r'L H .,..\.. .1. n JSOOKS L ; 10 | chesls and boxes Powchong Teas; K. Dodge, } 1\ known, and is i considered the best mediff'in
WM. G. PORTER fc CO. 2 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy; vs. > IN CHANCERY.
Forsalehy lands lying opposite the city of Apalachicola, and *
The5i1cce54
Ship and River Bills Lading; use for all diseases. ft
pulmonary
41 Water street. 10 biskefs t ''Heidsieck" Champagne ; James C. Watson, et al. )
Dec 5 known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
Boooks for Letter Press. sizes which ha- aterlitd it" ne in that (CI
will be sufficient totnake the Three Hundred 50 kegs <, assorted ; D. K Dodge )
sum lai

Blank Bills If and and -
h Tarrant's Effervescent SeltzerAperient. ( Exchange Checks. and Bread try, thE mir\ Irl wondertuJ fDr "h
and 2-' bbls Navy ; vs. V Bill for Partition.
and Seventy Dollars costs, for the
Just icceived and for sale bv : have-bfen effected; b> H. fu induced the prltf
3 tierces new Rice; D. McDougald, et. al.
of the State Taxes due from the ) ,
amount Apalachicola .
March 1 11. F. ABELL. tlt.f. inm'duce it r !a.! I "Itnl Stale,*,
and invigorated I
EAL TlI RENEWED, an Land Company on the additional 20 kegs and q'1arter4new Bnckwheat ; \ ROSS having filed a pet
I=:L and healthful condition of body produced l of assessable lands lying in this county quantity and For Sale, 200 bl.hel'Norther Oats; GEORGE -pri, 1S1G, praying to have .t certain t tidt-nt medv t.v:. ir- 'n-ng' tl t.!t. r t-.1.1., .and t '\ihlJbit aUd o
i "
by the use of TARI't\\T'S: EFFERVESCENTSELTZER [ liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hundred infl BIlLS FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whisky; Apalachicola, Dec. 5, lS-6. amount money now in Court,helm gi ill to If( Ih< i u'-II"Hr', wl \,111 of lllltli:iinctioisjit Itotliir 0
APERIENT.This } 1UU : defendants, appropriated to the pajment his 11.1. ftl
and forty-five. 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugi I't natural"" I
lia-tv action,
allowed to be r:.rn! I r tnrtlr
preparation is universally JOHN LUCAS Sheriff Just landed from schooner Ann, and fcj sale Tobacco.HALF fees as the Counsellor and Solicitor' of s.u l defendants 'tf afiirti

the most popular remedy of the present day, for and ex-officioTax Collector for Franklin Co. low,for cash, by boxes Manufactured: < "Vi L Roane" ; and the matter having been reltrrrd t"; MM" --l !tatcJll of the and hole$soothing svMem.'mt1uf'e duunijH'( II
27 ti > w
CUft-.f Bilioustn >i s
'I. 0Vcrrr"i! 9n'..... NT..O Indigestion* WeaVnoss, headache Apalachicola. April21, 1847. 15-Gm March 27 NOURSE. STONE &. CO. Brand. IS me as Special Master in Chancery to act ali report : ciferr.ent when excessive, alljyirg 'rrtif'| *] I
Heartburn habitual Co.. ivcnTravellers f -i-:.;;;..',", Vegetable AiitibillfousPills. 41 half boxes Manufactured \Price" Brand. upon the same, after having given 30 daysnotice and ,impdrlirpf81
"' and sorcnt-ssand pain,
Caps ne low cash
and residents Climates will HATS by i case for \>y .'{j do. by publication in the papers. It i is therefore |t sju'edilv
itiaun : frame-
B. ELLISON ed and elasticity to the
vigor
& CO.
\V Barlow" ordered that said W. Ross the defendants whol.
( George -
find; it a desirable article; it prevents any acculoulation 1 A FRESH supply just received and for sale by 28 Prepared and sold, \ and ntat..
Ib. b xes" "J Morgan" Watson, McDouzald, et. al., and all others
of i is and the method of 4S 22
bile portable, .L1. April 17 II. F. ABELL. For Sale, JOHN WINER Co., 53 Maiden Lane, !
1-2 lb interested, to before me in the city of &
appear
is convenient. Children HHDS. Lumps.
preparation unusually choice N O Sugar; York soie for the Um'ed State
have frequent occasion f ft'r 'mt1e and cooling Lunp Oil. 10 :50 bbls Flour, by 5 boxes Manufactured "J W Morgan" Brand Apalachicola on the seventh ((7th) of April next, proprietor H. F. ABELL, Agent
will take this in INTER strained,a splendid article, for sale Premium. then and there to present or defend their respective -
purgatives; they aperient preference Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE t CO. Jan for Apalacbicok.
to any other. Sold wholesale and retail 1 by by [jan3Q: ] J ALLEN. r boxes" Napo claims, &c. !
OIL just receivedand foisale leon's" Brand ":Magnot ia." CARRAWAY SMITH, Balsam of Liverwort.
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggie; : &c. by
Pressed Castor Oil and Water SALAD
Saratoga Manufactured Napo Master in *
5 boxes Special Chancery.Apalachicola
COLD 117 H. F. A ELL
*" REMEDY a said nodiscovered ]"
received and! for perfect \
sale by rot
Drills A ?lecines. leon's" Brand "Strawbery. March 6, 8-5t A 1

subscriber has just leccivrd: per recent -April- --10- -.. II. F. ABELL. :'Bay Hum. 50 20 Ib boxes Manufactured c "Napo f 0tj- The hearing of the 19.1., matter is postponed in settled Consimipt'011 SD'lt'on | )11

THE from New York, a full and complete Florida ITIoIasses.N AFRESH supply of A. French's fiiperior leon's" Brand Magnolia." until Friday the 16th inst. Complaint, or any of their incipient 1'

stock consisting in part Sulph. t f Quinine N tierces! and.barrels, for sale oy ,just received and for salt by 9 boxes Manufactured Morford Honey Dew ApalachicolaAprillIS.17' 13-lt Doctor the Chrono-Thermal TAYLOR'S celebrated ststem. ,uediCIfl'by .. p

Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Pota,;s ', Solicinc, I B. ELLISON & CO. June 12 H. F. AKLL., : .. 10 Crates Crockery; 10,000 Florida Segars. in.{ hearing matter is postponed Genuine BALSAM LIVERWORTwhichB

Murrate and Sui ph. of :Morphine, Luner Caustic, Feb 20 24 Water street."SET Dry Goods. j;,) do/ Negro Caps; 60 doz Hoes assorted." until the 30th June next. at 375.BOWERY.. or This of tre?'
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel Jalap, Ingrain Carpeting,Cotton Cards,Trace Chains,. Apalchicoh. April 24,1817. 15-2m pares plan J
Tickings Cotton several eminent phjsicr
Osiaburgs now
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Senna 'EU UP. DRILLINGS For sale low to elop eoiaismmrnts, bvLOfKHXRT ( of the above matter i is postponed espoused by
Jeans, FlanneU Blankets and has been for timethe5eC1tunparalleled t
Epsom Salts, Barhn: Leaves, Castor Oil,, Atlieiirciim Howling Saloon. :! ( t I & YO'f G, until the 30th of November next. a long DuTaylor's

Seidlitz Powders Soda Powders, Sulphcr flower T HE subscriber bpgs leave to announce to his Tweeds Shirting Sheetings". Checks, Nov. 14 -;'l Water; street Aoalachicola.. Jttlv ft.. 1S47. success which has attlde
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, HosieTy, tc & -. ---- medicine in
and role, Copperas Saltpeter, Alurn, Aloes,, friends and the public generally, that he has .c. performing ,;nb'
Calcind and Curb of Magnesia, Gum Camphor, become sole proprietor the above establishment.w For sale by B. ELLISON & (0 Oil Cloths ami <:arj>cts. Franklin Court. cures, which in many, very many ca!

Flax Seed Borax. Also a large; supply of assorted and hopes by proper management and strict attention Jan 23 23 Water sreet. PCS Oil Chlta: I ."".' !rds wide; Barnard, Adams & Circui., been almost incredible, but the conclus'\: \Ft

to merit a continuance of the patronage 18 I .. ,LUI t.. ,>''ring the Doctor can bring forward are irresistiblewe
Ware and of ;
Glass! a general assortment 3 super 11
Yeast and Soda Powders of the peg ''
:; }} In Chancery.Ann coughs or .I "J
advise all who have
heretofore liberally bestowed the House. SEIDLITZ. John d may
all articles in the Drug line. For sale! by so upon : for sale by 3 aa Ci'tt'i'i Dill Elizabeth f .I iI
All indebted to the above establishment colds even, to this specific
June 12 II. F. ABELL. persons July 17 J. C. AL'.EN.SULPHATE 2 Stair Dill. J UI perfect wihl" l'dclay. '
__ will confer a favor by settling with the sub- For sale by W'.f.'_;, PORTER CO. IT having been made to appear by affidavit that Franklin says a small l leak b '
Bull1* and Sand's scriber. JOHN B. JONES. and MURIATE of QUNINE, fcc 5' : 41' Water street. the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth AnnDi big ship." Therefore, cure your> roug t

ARSAPARI LL.\,just received for sale by Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit:: your lungs ar
June 12 H. F. ABELL.Trusses Window Glass. July 17 J. C. ALLKN.Iloarhonnd Boots and Shoes. State Georgia. It ia ordered that publication J. C. ALLEN, Sole Az tft.
\
LARGE lot, of assorted sizes, just received BOY'S and Men's Russet Brogans; be made for four months, in some news- \
sale A Candy.PEASE'S sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans; printed in the CAUTION-The genuine Doctor T. ,
and double for by and for sale by paper city Apalachicola, requiring the W* \
SINGLE Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Gents fine Calf Brogans BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on
;
17 J. C. ALLEN.s June 12 H. F. ABELL. them to appear and answer said bill, else it
just received and for sale by Wm's peg'd and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. will be taken pro confesso. splendid steel plate engraving, to pre'ent 1

NOTICE. Bailey's Tonic Mixture. June 2 H. F. ABELL. Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes; THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any 0.

having business with the subscri- THIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of Super Ladies coarse and fine Calf Boots.A July 24, 1847. 28-4m vile and dangerous imitations, and the ublj;!

PERSONS ; their absence from the city. will and Rubra, a vegetable febrifugefor Carpe ilter's Extract oTBuchu. large and extensive assortment, just received i cautioned not to purchase or deal inift

please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green. the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by WARRANTED gennine, for sale by andforsale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. I ROSE and Lavander Water, for sale by protected by the U. S. Copy Right LWs

July 12 J. DAY 1 & CO. June 12 II. F ABELL. J. C. ALLEN. Dec -5 41 Water street. 1 J.) C. ALLEN. March 21,18 JO- 12-ly

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