<%BANNER%>







































































































Beija niti Salter,
, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 43 Water street-Up stairs,
Dec. 1, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa'.


.... ar ; A. .,lion,
*Wholesale and Rertail Dealer in
-IRUG',I S, M MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, BltUSHES, &c., &c.
also,
A general assortment 5f
BOOKS, ALNS.T ^EY ---c
cor. ot .,snut & Com.erce streets,
D ee 4 Apalachicola, Fla.
09. Hawley,
A oR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
e No. 28 Water street,
Dee 5 Apalachicola, Fa.
Avery & Jones,
GROQERS &_ COMyMISSION MERCHANTS,
De5 No. 43 Wat?-srtreet.
D e A ., -1, F a.
Apalachic ; F,
']Edward jncCully'v
'COM-KISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
IN DR.Y GOODS AND GROCER.IES,

DIet No, 50 Water street.
Apalachicola, Fa.


II


luiusou qwo ?- : *** ""


... ^


.... '- LIBERTAS, CONSTITUTIO, ET NOSTRA|PATRIA. "^

VOLUME. Y] __________APALACHICOLA- SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1847. rTTO^ ^


ULa -L1-.LJJ.JP-/l, tDU.


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, mncrvctovr. I mtttr


Thou can'st. new lands create,
Where the wild rolling wave no mastery owns,
And the vast distance of opposing zones
Can'st thou annihilate !
Lift then thy hand to heaven !
Spread thy toil sceptre o'er the seq and land ;
Thou hast the world entrusted to i-Iy hand ,
Earth to thy charge is given !


COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Jtrrella tR0U F
Water street,
dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa COURT OF UNCOMMON PLEAS.
C. A. GREEN. C. H. CONNERY. TEMPERANCE, Indictment for whiskey
,Green & Connery, VS. drinking out ofa jug'!
C OM MI SS ION .MERCHANTS, JAMES GREEN. d o o a j
No. 36, Wate street. REPORTED fY SOL SMITH.
AP.ALACHICOLA, FA. If the reader has travelled much in the
Pelican Mutual Insurance Co. of New York. west; he has witnessed the proceedings of
CHAS. A. GREEN, Agent. self-constituted courts on the boiler decks
Dee 5 No. 36 Water street. of steamboats. It has been the luck of the
Johin S 5Hutchinson, writer of this sketch to act as Judge of many
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION oft hese dignified tribunals-consequently
MERCHANT, he has been called on to pass judgement on
No. 50 Water street, many of his fellow travellers during the
Solicits patronage. APALACHICOLA, Fa. last twenty years;
Jas. F. Farrior, In the courts here Spoken of, thejurisdic-
GEN-E RAL REC IVI-\T, FO1, WARDING & lion is generally co-extensive with the boats
COMIIlSSlION M.ERCHANT, -1*- on which thev are held, and it is very sel-
No. 50 Water street. dom an individual is found who is fool
D "c 5 Apalichicola, Fla. e ,noig, 1 to t,Il in question its powers---
P1. W. Cullen, hence the sentences are pretty generally
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION carried into effect without resistance.
MERCHANT. In the summer of 1844, when all (Vas
Solicits a share of Public Patronage. "hurrah for C;t!y;" arid hurrah for Polk,"
Oct 24 APALACHICOLA, FA. a term of dhe Court of Uncommon Pleas
Cocor A-e & nrornewo was 11 begun and held" on board the White
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Cloud, Capt. Roberts, during her voyage
No. 13, St. Charles Street, from St. Louis to Louisville.
New-Orleans After the organization of the court by
ANDREW S. COOKE. AMiOS HORN. the appointment of theJudge, Prosecuting
e Sq. Attorney, Clerk and Sheriff, proclamation
Edward McCully4 was made by the latter functionary that all
wfis ready'(*or business. The first case on
AUCT IONEER, the docket va4',he one stated at the head of
Office No. 50, Water street, this report- .The defendant, Green, a deck
Jan 163 Apalachicola, Pa. passenger, had been delivering a temper-
D. -Danforth, ance lectri-e in the cabin, and was retiring to
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, his quarters on the lowerdeck, when he was
AND GENERAL AGENT, arrested by the Sheriff and brought before
EUFAULA, ALA. "-the Honorable Court." I never saw a "1 pri-
{1 Cuoton bought on order. soner ,at the bar," charged with murder,
B F HOLDE Refers to manifest more fear than' did this poor fellow
J. G. DULAP,eans -the reason will appear hereafter. Tile
J.G. DUNLAP, &) indictment was read, charging him, the said
,1Messs. HUTCNSoN,W E &MKENz, Apalachicola. Green, being at the time a member of the
--. temperance society, with having 11 with
3VtOfer3StOnal t NOttctr. malice aiobrethought," drank wiskey out of
a jug-contrary to the dignity of the t.ni_
WDN AMperance cause, and the interest of '."e b'ar-
WA, DNEY GREEN, .L lDo keeper of the White Cloud, &c., &c.
Ol May be found at his residence, corner of "Prisoner, you have heard the charge--
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion are you guilty, or not guilty?''
House-,...-. I... Nov S. "Not guilty," replied, the trembling c
Dr. A. W. Chapman, aGreen-, that isnlt vey guilty; I did take
Dr. A iV Chaplana little bit of '
{cf Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley, "Prisoner,,answer distinctly to the charge
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the yo ":'" t s
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell. ar you g .''ty, or not guilty ?"
January 10, 1846. 2-tf Is lhe',e any lawyer aboard ?" asked the
Id endT, nt, looking fearfully around at the
W. G. M. Davis, cro,'-d.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I"tYes," replied the Court-" there are
Offers his services to the public in either of t ,e any number or them On board, going to the t
above capacities. I- Whig ,Convention .at Nashville; you are v
He will practice regularly in Franli 'm, Cal- entitled to counsel, and the Court assigns
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts--a/,d will, upon you L. V. B- y, Esq., so you can un-
a specialretainer, act asCo'unsel, in any Court bosom yourself to him." l
of the Middle or Western Cir-euit. He will also, The worthy gentleman 'hri eed readily he-
argue cases in the Court 1-' Appeals at Tallahas- cepted'the a y oinitm'emt, and a jury being e
see, the sessions of I'nich, he will always be em lanneledl I the trial) com mtenced. S'
present at, unless ,revented by accident. T he ti a tto rn ey w
Apalachicol; September 8, 1846. prosecuting attorney, who was no t
r" other thmn my friendlCol, A. B. C-- rs, 0
A. Go. SeilieR) the wel] LKuown apostle of temperance, made 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW. La splendid opening." He insisted that in-
S@- Office., JVb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Puildhng, te;n[)prance was the unpardonable sin, and b
ceur. of Centre & Commere streets, demanded that the jury, if convinced of the h
nov5 Apalace-iecola, Fla. guilt of the accused, should inflict the ]
..........--- severest punishment known to the law.
111, Owens, The evidence all went to show that the
.LTTORNEY AT LAW, accused had certainly committed the damn- y
CLAYTON, Barbonr County, Alabama. ing deed-he had miost -urely drank whiskey
April 29, 1846. 2-tf -more than that, lie ti:id .drank it out of a i
jug! There was no getting round it, or
John Bilbo, over it, or under it; for drank he thad-he l
ATTORNEY AT LAW, had drank wiskey, and-out--of-a-j-u-g! i
ALBANY, GA. The counsel for the prisoner, finding the
W ILL practice in the several Courts of the fact could not be controverted, endeavored i
South-Western Circuit, and Thomas and to justify ; and went into a lengilhy argument
Stewait counties to show that the greatest men in ancient and
Aug. 5, 1845. 31-tf modern times had been and were drunkards;
E R that the greatest literary efforts been inspir-
IUMBER Teudesg~
M ISPECTOR- I ed by the wine bottle ; and so far from the
having been appointed Inspector ot Lumber defendant being blameable for what he had
o h -Countsit ian toaldone, was deserving of the highest com-
th eubtoanndt mendation.
tb Pe "-n ,gCtoadaRintment.S
I i a i e r t i t s, i d r
dute appe CORNELIUS GRADY A reply from the prOsecuting attorney
,. n q \ Q A t"5 .. ~,, ~ n d t h 'o j u r y w e r e a b o u t t o


0t[ D. Darden,
No. 2 Columbus Buildings,
Dec'.-2 1845. A_ !li. ..lL.FFa.


ALLBERT DODGE. CHARLES PRATT.
Dodge & Pratt,
T-IPBPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 40 Water Street,
Nov 22 Apalachicola, Fa.
St. Ft. Taylor,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
.... MERCHANT,
No. 22 Water-street,
'ept2 ly Apalachicola.
Francis Kopmsan,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIr DEALER IN
,bRY GOODS. BOOTS,!-IOES, HATS, AND
CLOTHING, &-c.
octl Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..


H.4R. WOOD.
J-- "Wood 6& Co.
A UC'-TL,0 NT EW. ,S A\ N ) C 0 M M I S S 10 N
++ MERCH ANTS,,
+ No. 2 Coluinbus Building,
*Oct. 31. Apalachicola
a\ I.ki|itisi a c Co.,
COM MISSION MERtCHANTS,
No. 45 Water Street,
Oct. '24. Apalachicola, Fa.


ITIMMETAH DAY. R DAiL J. D.T."
J. D vy Co., -
'T-; 6 M ISS ON MERCHANTS,
No. 52 Water street,
.Jec 5 Apalachicola, F.a.
Uk. ktIso, k'qents for the :Etnalasurance Co."
.. Protection Inlsuirance Co." and the 'l-tart
-1. (1.1aanee Co." HartforC Gonn-.
Sarlier &' llolmBes',
+AMMI [SSION MERCHANTS,
also,
.,qienti for the
-;JN MUTU,\L INSURANCE COMPANY,
of the City of .New York,
No. .'I Water street,
Dec a12 Apalachicola, Fa.


I


//
./


AL -r'i (


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY FY
.. J. W YMAN.

W, G. T1I. DAVIS, Edit'r t
OI-fice, Third Stor\y B ditz[_!'s Buildings, curner oi
Cimmrieie and Chestnut streets.'
. :" T ",, - MS. i'
3-[T3 ',OBRIPT1O.s.-Three Dollars per annhum,
i ,s.finl in- advance, or $3 50 if paid within six
'a'iti ', or,!.l~ 00-a ,f l thereafter.
,._ ,, No sua scription ,.ilk n 1'.,r le~?,.term than six
- i~ fl ,),t [I s -- t" S 2 ,.% l! in v ..trtih l\ b e c h a rg e d f o r
.h t period. No paper Will be disconbfited, until
it'ill trre rage .- ,irerpaid, unless at the, o0fii;h 6+the
I-'-- A-DVEAtis, N s.-One square, (twelveh'Iin
,,or less) will be inserted at the rate of One DoI-
!ar for the'first, anrd Fifty Cents for every subse-
kquent insertion. +
ro those who advertise by the year a liberal
:discount -;.gill be made ; but all advertisements not
'-(i -ti'v rertaimnai to their own business, as well
..:., d il 1 1rtlv,-rtis,:neats seat in by them, will
;6a"chargedt -it the ''tiual rates.
r Ml leal ,rti'vr(isements must be paid.for
in advance' ._
." *'i ve Dollars. vill be charged for annou nc-
ina candidates for office,
-*"*f ^1 il ,'--ertierits from a distance must
), a,;:.c');aiiar,fic t with the cash, or city reference,
to inrv lre i,-aert,,,n.



I'. -. Nourse, R. B. Stone, H, W. Brooks.
.-Notarse, Stoene & Co.,
0*-O MJISSI 0 N MERCHANTS,
No. 46 Water street,
1+o !2 IA.)alachicola, Fla.


Z


BENJAMiIN r.L!-,M. WILLIAM A. WOOD.
B. Ellison & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
* AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,, HARDWARE,
-TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, CROCKERY, SHIP
CHANDLERY, &C'
24 Water street.
Jan 23 Apalachicola, *Fa.
E. J. Hardin,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ir- Office, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.


THE AMERICAN MECHANIC.
BY AUGUSTINE DUGANNE.
Lift up thy iron hand,
Thou of the stalwart arm and fearless eye ;
Lift proudly now thine iron hand on high-
Firm and undaunted stind !
No need has thou of gems
To deck the temple of thy glorious thought,
Thou hast the jewels which thy mind has wrought,
Richer than diadem!
Thou art God's high priest.
Standing before great nature', mighty shrine ;
For the whole world the glorious task is thine,
To spread the eternal feast.
Even like the Hebrew.chief
Strikes thou the rock and from its deep,
Mysterious heart, the living waters leap,
To give the earth relief.
Mighty among thy kind,
Standest thou, man of iron toil, midway
Between the earth and heaven, all things to sway,
By thy 'high working mind !
Thou can'st delve into the earth,
And from its mighty eaves bring forth pure gold ;
Thou can'st unwrap the clouds in Heaven rolled,
And give the lightning birth.
Thou hast the the stormy sea
Chained to thy chariot wheels and the wild winds
Obey the o'er ruling intellect that binds
The rushing wings to thee.
Thou can't hid Thounght go., forth,


eir you were elected, and I am in jail! I'll wise. Pray over that son who is likely toq
he whip you, the court, the clerk, his bully and be wrecked on the stream of life, and his
everybody else. Why I am going to be prospects blasted forever. He may be"
to married to-night, and have fifteen miles to saved.-[ Children's Friend..
." ride.
he The sheriff explained matters to the court, THE MARRIED MAN'S SOLILOQUY.
elf and the sentence was commuted to one BY ONE WHO KNOWS.
hour's custody. Blast the women! They are always fret-"
)t, ting about something or other! Yesterday
he THE THREE HUSBANDS. the coal wouldn't burn ; and the grate must.
Three jolly husbands out in the country, be set; and the furnace must be repaired;
ie by the names.of Tim Watson, Joe Brown, and mercy knows what all; and to-day it's
; and Bill Walker, sat late one evening drink- as hot as -- Save us from the wants of-
I ing at a village tavern, until being pretty an inconsiderate woman! Only let her get,
ot well corned, they agreed that each one, on the upper hand and she'll drive like blazes!
d returning home, should do the first thing But I won't be' driven! Not I! If she
I his wife told him, in default of which he wants the doors. fixed, or wood dried, or
u should the next morning pay the bill. They water brought, or the feech set, or the tubs
w then separated for the night, engaging to hooped, she may do it herself! Confound
i- meet again next morning, and give an honest it! I can't go into the house, but some
is account of their proceedings at home, so thing is wanting If it isn't one thing it is
d far as related to the payment of the bill. another. I'll leave my boots in the parlor
The next morning, Walker and Brown every night, if I have a mind, and she may
e were early at their posts, but it was some- help herself! See if I don't. We'll see
time before Watson made his appearance, who will be master. Before we were mar-
Walker began first :- ried it was-, If you please, my dear !'-but
"You see when I entered my house the cracky! If her tone hasn't changed She
e candle was out, and the fire gave but a glim- shall and shant, from week's end to week's
" mering light, I came near walking into a end, and if I venture to put in a word edge--
pot of batter, that the pancakes were to be wise, I'm shut up by her infernal clapper!.
made of this morning. My wife was so Talk about late hours and extravagance!
r dreadfully out of humor at setting up so Wonder what she calls late hours! I could
long, she said to me sarcastically, stay out once until broad day light, and she
1'Do put your foot in the batter.' too, if the party was agreeable. But now
r "'Just as you say, Maggy,' said I, and if I chance to tend the club once a week,-
- without the least hesitation 1 set my foot in there is a pretty mess directly. And I don't
the pot of hatter, and then went to bed." never think of her Gracious me! I wish
t Next Joe Brown told his story: I could forget her for five minutes, jest to
My wife had already retired to rest in see how it would seem. If young men
v our sleeping room, which adjoins the kitch- only knew! But no! If a man says a
en and the door of which was ajar. Not word he is set down for a ninny. He must
being able to navigate perfectly well, you grieve and bear it, if it cuts ever so close.
know I made a dreadful clattering among And oyster suppers. Wonder if she don't
the household furniture, and in no very like oysters. Tell me about propriety of
r pleasant tone, she bawled out, silting down to the breakfast table with her
"' Do break the porridge pot, Joe !' hair uncombed ? Once she was all curls'
"No sooner said than done. I seized and smiles! Now she's slatternly as a wash-
hold of the bail of (lie pot, and striking it erwoman Blast. the race! They ought
against the' chimney jam, broke it into a to be indicted for obtaining- husbands under
r hundred pieces. After this exploit I retired false pretences If they'd only show out,
to rest, and aot a curtain lecture all night the men would'nt be such gudgeons! but
for my paias." no, they'll smile and smirk and twitter until
It was now Tim Watson's turn to give an a fellow is fairly caught, and then, by Jupi-
account of himself, which lie did with a ter, if they don't haul down their colors!
very long face, as Follows: And then the baby tending! It's worth a'
"My wife gave me the most unlucky fortune to be compelled to heat (lie squall-
command in the world, for, as I was blun- ing brats, night after night Crouporcholic
dering about up-stairs in the dark, she cried is the eternal complaint. If I had my vwaj
out, I'd shake the cholic out of them in a hit.r-
"'Do break your neck-do, Tim! ry But no; they mustki dosed with pink
'I'll be blamed if I do, Kate,' said I as and annis and onions, ancnihe deuce knows
I gathered myself up, I'll sooner pay the what, and trotted until their gizzardsi.are
bill. Andso, landlord here's the- casr-bTor fa-irly shaken out and then if any one is to
you. This is the last time I'll risk five be kept up, why Slocum can set up, it won'c
dollars on the command of my wife." hurt him But I've done with it; I won't
that's a fact. What's that you say ? Men-"
A MOTHER PRAYI.NG HER SON HOME ed my pants ? And (our new shirts, and a "
What thoughts crowd around the heart at neckcloth ? Well, I declare, Mrs. Slocun-f '
the mention of these words! Years may is cleverafterall If she didn't scold so-- ,*.
pass away ; mountains, rivers, and oceans but no matter, I know I provoked her, or
may intervene between us and the spot she wouldn't do it. I'll give in ; I'll own
where first we heard a mother's prayers, yet up-I'll _. The remainder was lost
they cannot be lost to memory. Sickness, in something like a kiss. Five shirts must",
sorrow and neglect may be suffered, and have done it-for Slocum forgot to swear
even the heart may seemiirgly become cal- when he was asked to tend the baby.
lous to all good impressions, yet at. the
sound of a mother's-a praying mother's MARRIED AND UNMARRIED WOMEN,
name-a chord is touched which thrills There is beauty as well as truth In the '
through the soul, and rarely fails to awaken following allusion to rhe difference between
better feelings. Does danger threaten ?- the situation of married and unmarried la-
We hope, and perhaps loudly anticipate, dies.of a certain age," from Tales of theo
that a mother's prayers which have been world," by Mrs. C. Barntl Wilson.
offered in our behalf, may be answered. Why are so many single women of mid-.
Never did I see this more forcibly illustra- die age morose or mischief-makinig? Be-
ted than in the cause of a weather-beaten cause having abandoned in youth, as toils,
sailor who resided in one of our coast towns, those resources which would have proved
I had the narrative from fhe lips of the pleasures, when the hey-day of life was" ,
mother. In making his homeward passage, passed, their minds have become a barren i
as lie doubled the stormy Cape," a dread- soil, and weeds have sprung up where flow--
ful s-tbo'h arose. The mother had heard of ers might have flourished.
his arrival outsidee the Cape," and was The situation of a married and unmar '-
awaiting with the anixety a mother alone ried female, it must be confesged, is very
can know, to see her son. But now the unequal; the former having greatly the ad-
storm had arisen, and, as she expected, vantage in the scale of' earthly happiness;
when the ship was in the most dangerous and the world makes the distinction still
pace. Fearing that each blast, as it swept more unequal, than nature intended it.
the raging deep, might howl the requiem of "At thirty-five, the married woman is
her son, with faith strong in God, she com- considered in the noon of life ; while the
mended praying for his safety. At this me- single one is looked upon as passed. Again, :'
ment news came that the vessel was lost! the wife has less nece~shiy to depend upon
The father, an unconverted man, had till intellectual plesut-es as resources from the.
this time preserved a sullen silence, but now lassitude t)f ennui. She haa duties to pet,-
he wept aloud. The mother observed, "It forr::,,tt. her station in llfe be" what it may;, .'
is the hands of Him that does all things to which the single woman cannot turn 'to
well;" and again, in a subdued and so^._ ar th ;nouotn of her existence. fhe
ed spirit, bowed and commende,'. her son matron, if she be a mother, will find.s'affi-
and her partner+ in an audible voice, broken eient stimulus to keep up or revise, in the
only by the burstings of a r.-p heart, to God. early instruction which it is one of woman's
1)arkness had now spread her mantle sweetest privileges to give her offspring, the
aborad and they re'r~ed, but not to rest, and knowledge and accomplishments she has"
inx tlosy wate^ f'or the mornin"'g, hopig, at learned in her own youth.
les tha so, *^e relic of their lost one might What pleasure can be highei;,or mort
Th,. "" unalloyed, to the bestower, whfat sight more
ht."t morning came. The winds were endearing to the behohder, thaa arhatron,
.'ded, and the ocean lay comparatively o'er whose brow the shadow of time, like
, calm, as though its fury had subsided since that on the dial, has passed, yet left mu.ch
its victim was no more. At this moment, of the sunny .light of life behind,leiading
the litti'e gate in front of their dwelling turn- her daughter to emulate the graces of which
ed on its hinges. The door opened, and she herself is so fair a pattern ? Or to


I 11heir son, their lost, their loved son, stood mark a son, in all the pride ofyouthful man-
before them The vessel had been driven hood, paying back with love, little snarl of
into one of the many harbors on the coast, adoration, tihe cares of her whose geiale in-
and he was safe. The father rushed to structions first lured him. to seek theoider
meet him. His mother, already hanging on paths of knowledge, and at whose kriee his
his neck, earnest exclaimed, My child, infant 'prayer was first breathed ? ; *;
how came you here?" O)ther feelings grow old-other cemn-
Mother," said he, while the tears cours- bries pass away ;. but the gentle -image of
ed down his sunburnt face, "I knew you'Y th mother who has 'kAtcbed our child-
pray me home !" hood-her'love, her teatdestess, her unwea-
What a spectacle! a wild, re-ckless tried devotion, will f~irever be mirrored on
youth acknowledged the efficacy Pft" prayer. the human heart.`
It seems that he was aware of tis perilous -_ ___ -
situation, and that he labored with this A Russian gen erAhias the ominous name,
thought: "My mother prys; Christians' of General ,Ol'Oi.-'But this is not as ba prayers are answered, and, I mayr h ....... a s ,, .... a ",11ha "us '
This re lecti,,, when aWmost exhausted with 7- I -" -i" 1
fatigue, and ready to give up in dispair, A fe"i6- ".bmn h!,W.fe*; -- he
gave him fresh courage, and with renewed h.,4. r, ,v es .p max %r ,Vbo- -
effort 'he labored, till the harbor %as, feo cenly to. au absent
gained. *,: a +.+ -r u\ w .
Christian mother, go thou and d(T:P V0,,"1 n asa sIll tems el
.,ce.... ,


Roberts, Alien &-Co., -
bDEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SEIP
CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
SPIKES, AND CASTINGS,
And Manufacturers of Tin, Iron, and Cop-
per Wares.
Dec i2 Apalachico0a', Fa.
WMI. IV. SIMS. WM. W. CIEEVER.:
Sinis & Clneever,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
...c. .. O-.-21 V ater street.
dec12 Apalachicola, Fla.


]retire to the pantry to deliberate on the
verdict, when the defendant addressed tl
court.
May it please your Honor, I want
say a few words, if you've no objections
By all means, you shall be heard. Th
defendant has a right to be heard by himse
and counsel; proceed."
Green, trembling from head to foo
mfiounted a chair (on the intimation of tl
Sheriff,) and spoke as follows.:
Mister Judge, and gentlemen of th
jury, I want to say this much-1 am guilty
I don't justify the drinking of whiskey,
don't-I tried to persuade my attorney no
to make that sort of a defence, but he would
do it, I drank a leetle of the whiskey-but
took it for medicine, as I have proved to yo
by the doctor who prescribed it. I kno
I've done wrong-very wrong, and I de
serve punishment; but I beg and pray thi
Honorable Court have pity on my wife an

"Hast thou a wife!" interrupted th
Court.
"I have," replied the defendant.
And children.?"
"No; no children, may it please the
Honorable Court, but my wife is in afitc "
A fix?"
Yes, a fix."
"Prisoner, what do you mean by you
wife being in a fix ?"
Why, your Honor," proceeded the ac-
cused, "1she will shortly become the mother
of a fatherless orphan, if you throw me over-
board /"
Throw you overboard What has put
that into your head, prisoner?"
"Oh !" groaned Green in agony, I know
e punisntment of my crime; may counsel
has told roe all about it; I'm to be thrown
overboard to prevent my again drinking any-
thirg but cold water !"
Finding the poor fellow look the matter
o seriously, there was a general desire for
his acquittal.
The Jtudge gave a charge to the jury full
of nice points of law, and leaning greatly to-
wards the prisoner. Without leaving their
seats, the jury gave the following verdict;
" We, the jury, find the defendant not
guilty, and recommend him to mercy. The
shetiff to treat the jury-the attornies to
pay costs-and the Judge to fill the jug
which the defendant drank out of, and
which thejury have emptied during the trial.'
The defendant, when he heard the Ver-
ict read, fell down on his knees in thank-
ulness-renewed his temperance pledge-
hanked the Judge and the gentlemen of
ie jury, and in his wife's name, called
own blessings on the whole crowd.
[St. Louis Reveille,
SCENE IN COURT.
A trial for murder in the first degree,
ame off a short time ago, within less than
hundred miles of civilization.
The accused was a big negro, shining
lack, with hair as stiff and coarse as the
eeth of a carding machine.
Clerk.-Prisoner, look upon the juror--
uror look upon the prisoner! Do you
challenge ?
Counsel for the prisoner.-Not pre-emp-
orily.
Clerk.-Have you formed or expressed
n opinion with regard to the guilt or inno-
ence of' the accused ?
Jnur.-Why, what a question. How
should I? [Clerk repeats the Question.]
Juror.-Why I never seer, him before.
Clerk.-Answer the question, yes or no.
Juror.-No, sir-r-eo '!
Court.-No spp/rt here-it is too serious
matter.
Clerk.--Have you any conscientious scru-
es ?
Juror.--I have a few left.
Clcrk.-I mean about inflicting capital
11nishment.
Juror.-None whatever, I do assure you.
This emphatic declaration brought the
isoner's counsel to his feet, who was go-
g to argue that the manner in which the
roar's last answer was given was a good
)use for a challenge, but was stopped by
e court.
Clerk.--Are you akin to the prisoner ?.
Juror.--What?7
[Cler~k repeats the question.]
Are you akin to the prisoner ?.
Juror.--What do you take me for
Clerk.--Are you akin to the prisoners
Juror.--Your face is blacker on Sundays
an mine is on week days, and your hair is
)ol. Are yeuakin to the prisoner?
Clerk.--Answer the question.
Juror.--Akin to the d--! my family are
spectable white people !
Here the cloudy brow of the court indi-
ted that the conference should be cut
ort, and the prisoner's counsel biding no
od from thejuror'seontemlptUOUS opinion
his client, challenged the juror for cause,
mely, an opinion exlpre-'.,l-.
Juror eontinues.--What! anm I in',,t,
that blackguard clerk, and now one of
hired bull-ies has challenges me;no,
1 fight, hi~s clerk first, and hi.%, bully after


Cotirt to Juror.-Sir,ou are cha"Ienged,
u may retire. .1
Juror.-I never tOarned back on friend or
e--'ll not reti,;e.
Court.-Sir, you are Iommitted for twen-
-four hoprs for eon',empt of court. Sher-
i take 11i6 into custody.
Here the sheriff, who was a resolute,
ood-natured man, walked off arm in arm
th the prisoner.
Juror.-Why, sheriff, I voted for you,
hat are you about ? .
Sheriff.-Oh nothing, you can eat with
e arid sleep in my room.
J uror.-You are both savage and kind,
Ir. Sheriff; I refused to vote for your ad-
ersary, because wen he was .,,eriff he never
summoned me asjuror--I thought he slight-
1 me. I am the first Juror called since


W. T. WOOD. E. B. BALLOU.
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. 4 J-. lt. H11ll,
ACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 Water street,
Dec 12 APALACHICOLA, VA


Upon the electric pinions of the air,
And through the opposeless ether thou canst
Thy words from South to North.


bear


o0M


L4.fck. li art &i Vo~iai,
MISSION and .F 0 RW A RD I N G
MERCHANTS,
No. 53 Water street,
t Apalachicola, Fla.


Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
v -1 i-A -" : Cy^ &*C! 7 f1J


2+; iov2]


GT. (x. rorlcr &c Co.
12A4E S I^ GOODS AND, I 03.. ,ItSSION
I MEItC [ANIUTS.
NNo. 41-1 Water street = .s .
Dec 5 Apalaohicofa, Fa;.


D. ,3. 'Vo d- & Co.,
C.ON NI 1SI 0 N. ANOD F 0 RW AR D I NG
MAElRCH[f A NTS,
No. 7, Columbus R)w,
Nv. 29, 1846. Apalaehicola, Fla.


4-;.rALVA WYLIE-, WM1. A. MCKENZIE.
Wylie <& ;TIcS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 1346. Aalachicola, Fa.
---~ S. & J. Sclniflfer.
WHOLESALE AND RE FAIL GROCER,
Particular attention paid to putting up family,
'^- ste.traboat and ship stores.
"- .... No. 49 Water street,
_ -,Nov. 14 Apalachicola, Fla.
ff. F. Abell,
W-OLESALE AN-D RETAIL,
DEALER IN DI0'GS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
0ILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Al'so-A general assortment of Statinery.
Cor. of Chestnut and Water streets,
April 11 Apalachicola, Fa.



























FOR PRESIDENT,

ZACHARY TAYLOR.

UJ" We wish it to be distinctly under-
stood that anything which appears in the
Advertiser, and is not published as editorial,
under the appropriate editorial head, is not
written by us. All such articles are com-
munications. The Editor of this paper
being a candidate for the office of Senator,
the paper, or at least the editorial matter
contained in it, will not in any way allude
to the canvass which is progressing. Deli-
cacy dictates such a course, and it will be
pursued, thereby dispelling a needless alarm
that has been manifested, really or pretend-
edly, that the columns of the Advertiser
would be used by the Editor for the purpose
of supporting his pretensions for office. If
the Editor finds it necessary to address the
people "in writing, he will do so through the
medium of handbills. With this explana-
tion we trust the alarmists alluded to will
rest satisfied.

057 The length of the communications
which have been handed in this week, and
the news that we have published, accounts
for the lack of editorial in this day's paper.
We have no doubt but that our readers will
not regret its absence, inasmuch as more
interesting matter is offered in place of it.
0j' The mail of this week is unusually
barren of intelligence or interest. There
are no later accounts from Gen. Scott than
those received by the Elizabeth Caroline,
given in our columns to-day. We await
with anxiety accounts of the final termina-
tion of the negotiations which were said to
be pending for the capitulation of the City
of Mexico.
We received no New Orleans mail this
week, and our latest accounts from that city
are obtained from the Eufaula Shield. This
comes of sending our New Orleans papers
by way of Mon'gomery and Columbus.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.
TO THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION
OF THIIF "FRANKLIN PATRIOT, i 01,
WHOEVER ELSE HAS CHARGE OF THE
CONCERN.
GENTLEMEN : I never was in better hu-
mor than I am now in addressing you, and
so far from being indisposed, nothing to
extenuate, nor set down ought in malice."
I desire to discuss a matter of some little
consequence to each of-us in all "sober-
ness and truth."
You on yesterday issued the first number
of the Patriot, and your Address to the pub-
lic is now before me. No matter by whom
written, you have adopted that Address as
containing sentiments which you assume
are recognized by respectable citizens of
this county of both political parties," and
which shall govern you as the representa-
tives of the Democratic party in the ap-
proaching canvass. By this rule, which you
have voluntarily adopted, shall you be tried ;
and you will excuse me if I satisfy the pub-
lic, that, judging from the acts of "respec-
table citizens" of your party, aye, from the
acts of your whole party, without exception,
your professions as its representative, and
as the conductors of this journal, are placed
in rather an equivocal light. I am far from
meaning any thing personal, but it is the
part of wisdom to profit from lessons of the
past, and pardon me when I say that I am
uot aware that you have expunged flora
your political faith, that article which was
first promulgated at Tammany Hall, and
found a ready response throughout the
Democratic party, and which maintains,
"that all things are fair in politics.
Am I right when I assert, that the prin-
cipal, if not only, purpose of establishing
this paper, was to defeat the election of Mr.
Davis? If you will read the Address you
will find it excluds every other conclusion.
I hope, gentlemen, that when you adopted
that Address, you made no mental reserva-
tion In connection with the object of
your paper, let us see the position which
you have assumed before the public in be-
half of your party ; and to satisfy all that
I have not misconceived the import of the
Address, call your attention to the following
passages :--"The Franklin Patriot is esta-


blished by the pecuniary contributions of
respectable citizen of the county of both
political parties. No higher proof could
be7 adduced of the paramount importance
attached to the object which has called it
into existence, than that men, neither feel-
ing nor affecting an indifference to the great
political questions, which divide and inter-
est the country, should, in order to effect
it, have suspended those feelings and the
proper actions arising from them." Again :
That though none of us are exempt from
feelings of devotion to our political princi-


I


COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.


---ai-il-~--~---i---I-__ __ ___._-----Y~ -I -- 111 1- ---C I- I -- -u--


. n_ .. II I I


mammumawkL


_1__1___ 111_____ 1_


I~ _


APALACHICOLL, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1847.


1 .41


a common use your own word's, a trick-a political
indulging ruse de guerre"? If so, it is not too late to
That the remidy the evil. The Whigs now have a
or, would majority in tlhe county, and if this is to be a
nity to the partisan contest, whatever may be my private
2sse-ndency feelings, I shall enter into that contest as
to prevent every Whig should; asking no favors and
esofeither granting none. And in your opposition to
sacrifice." Davis, recollet the Italian Proverb "every
any corn- medal has its reverse." You have the text.
pectable I will give you the commentary before the
he citizens election is over. A WHIG.
defeating
oral unfit- [For the Commercial Advertiser.
ortance to "The Editor 9,r the Floridian has crude
y, we have notions regarding commercial and financial
and feel it concerns. It is seldom he adventures upon
canvass, tO thf-discussion of thesee subjects, and when-
al bias and ever he does,, he is peculiarly unfortunate in
e respec- thbo"expression of his opinions, and in the
ne sacrifice exhibition of his arguments. Last sum-
ground? met John Bull was hIgh in his favor.-One
fessions.- of the chief arguments, used, then, by him,
he 21st of in favor of the Free Trade candidate for
reself as a Congress, was, that, by sustaining him and
rwards, on his doctrines, we were opening our ports to
r. Thomas British Manufacturers who had a great in-
tten by a terest in keeping prices of cotton high, while
of others, the interest of our American Manufacturers
announced was to keep prices of cotton low. In short,
enate. It we were urged, as cotton dealers, to throw
S" respec- ourselves on the liberality of British Man-
which you nfacturers rather than depend upon our
rummated. own. That article was replied to in the
Ir. Orman Commercial Advertiser, showing him, by
limitingg its facts drawn from commercial history, that
in all the he was in error, and proving that the Eng-
espectabte lish Manufacturers, aided by the Bank of
I as in his England, had always, to the extent of their
tically dis- ability, depressed the prices of cotton.-
have char- Since that publication (now twelve months
will admit past) another instance has occurred in com-
the Whig mercial history, so recent and so palpable
e was pre-' that the Editor of the Floridian, in an arti-
citizens of cle in his paper of the 4th of September,
s, and that in reply to the Sentinel, admits that he is
vhich you now convinced "that the Bank of England
our oppo- exercises the power it possesses to the in-
I do not jury of American credit." All this, be says,
duced Mr. he is "not prepared to deny." Now if the
on him to Editor of the Floridian had admitted this
y that very twelve months ago, he would have benn de-
;ctable cit- prived of his only argument, used in his ed-
n, and his itorial article upon Mr. Kain's speech, in fa-
ad adopted vor of the Free Trade candidate. It is un-
have since fortunate that Editors, in the midst of a
t their de- warm party contest, only write for the hour-
nite upon consult only what is expedient, and do not
rust might give that calm and deliberate reflection to
II political grave questions which their importance de-
ill candor, mands. As the Editor of the Floridian
umstances now admits the absurdity of his doctrines
d to nomi- taught us last year, I am encouraged to
d support make some remarks on his article of the
nst Davis, 4th instant, in reply to the Sentinel. It may
Vlhat then be proper for me io premise that I have not
pension of seen the article in 'he Sentinel to which he
on of your replies.
aciples, is I want now to show the Floridian how
the public dangerous it is and how discreditable it must
iciple! be eventually, to any journal, to make loose
press, when statements, in regard to commercial statis-
suspended tics. Commerce, in all its ramifications, is
proper ac- a difficult science to understand, and when
at proper a tyro throws off an article for momentary
ot a nomi- political effect, touching its operations, he
'hat mean frequently exhibits himself and his argu-
,*willingly ments in a very ridiculous position, to re-
the tem- fleeting minds. Now, I ask, who would trust
'al princi- to the polilico-eeonomic knowledge of an
,when for Editor who would base an impnrtant com-
een made mercial policy on such an assumption as the
ppers-in" following--"Unde'r Ihe tariff of 184"2, which,
cal feeling according to the Whig creed, ought to have
care that created a home market and raised the price
net "o'er- of cotton, our planters were obliged to take
a price much less than that they now re-
d Mr. Or- eeive under the Democratie tariff of 1846."
ut you are Now it happens that these great facts are
f you Ad- not facts, in the first place. In 1843-4, just
action. If after the tariff of1842 weut into operation,
opposition cotton went as high, in the Home Market,
of virtue as it has been this season in the Foreign.
ut at once Still I do not attribute the advance in 1843-4
cts do not to the tariff of 1842 any more titan I do the
'partisan advance in 1845-6, (before the tariff of 1846
with un- passed,) or the advance nowto the tariff of
If Orman 1846. There were other extraneous causes
challenge in the commercial world, striking to the in-


it there is tellect of every observing man, which pro-
of Frank- duced these results without regard to po-
resent her litica'causes. I have in my recollecion an
ie is. The anecdote in agricultural science, which will
given the show the absurdity of believing in co-inci-
d integrity dent causes producing co-incident results-
ctable citi- but certainly not more ridiculous than the
guarantee Floridian's case. A Dutchman in Penn-
t suffer in sylvania had a brindled cow, which for sev-
to extend eral successive seasons, (as it happened,)
of you as the spring she had a bull calf the grain crop
)rman the was bad, and the spring she had a heiffer
blic senti- calf the harvest was abundant-the inference
im. I ask in the Dutchman's mind, without anyre-
rulent op- gard to wind or weather," was, that the
s affected gender of the brindled cow's calf controlled.
s? Have the grain crop. Now I cannot see that this
you since inference is any more absurd than for the
3? or have Editor of the Floridian to attribute the high
ng under prices of grain and-cotton, during the past
]harity, I season, to the tariff of 1846, when we all
but man- know the cotton crop has been short in the
e, and the United States for two successive seasons,
the public and the grain crop in Europe has failed for
i to Davis the same period. Sound practical argu-
tives than meant, in the discussion of questions affect-
you force ing the essential and permanent interests of
?ith "res-, the people, I admire; but when grave ques-
rty was, to tions of policy are perverted and tortured


down upon a bed with his clothes, on, say-'
ing that he thought the medicine did not re-
lieve him. The doctor gave orders for the
application of drafts and other remedies, and
left him. About 10 o'clock, A. M., he died,
as supposed, from a rush of blood to the
head."
[From the Mobile Herald & Tribune, Sept. 5.1
News from Mlexico.
The steamer Fashion" on Thursday
night brought to New Orleans advices from
Vera Cruz to the 27th ult. The news is
both interesting and important, although the
particulars of it are very meagre. The
advices from the city of Mexico are to the
21st.
The march of Gen. Scott from Puebla
was uninterrupted until he got within
eight or nine miles of the city. At El Pe-
non, on the 20th, a division of the Ameri-
can army made an onset on the enemy, the
main body passing through Guadaloupe,
and to the surprise of the Mexicans, ap-
pearing suddenly in their rear. A fight
then ensued at a place called 'ISan Angle,'
situated at about six or eight miles south-
west of the capital, the result of which was
that Gen. Valencia's division of the Mexi-
can army was totally routed, when Santa
Annr fell back with the remainder of his
troops, on the city. Here the greatest con-
sternation prevailed, and, as the only means
to stop the victorious career of the Ameri-
can arms, it was decided to solicit from Gen.
Scott, a suspension of arms. A flag oftruce
was despatched to the American headquar-
ters for this purpose, with the view of giving
time for the opening of negotiation for the
renewal of pacific relations. The Mexican
government intimated to Gen. Scott that
it was ready to treat for peace on the pro-
positions brought by Mr. Trist. The next
day the minister of foreign relations invited
the Congress, through the newspapers, to
meet for the purpose of considering the sub-
ject.
It is said the enemy was repulsed with
great loss-how great is not stated.
The following letter, which we take from
the Bulletin, gives all the news in a brief
form :
VEraA CRuz, Aug. 27, 1847.
"The house of Hargous & Co. received
a courier yesterday from their partner, who
is at the capital, who, in a few hurried lines,
says that Gen. Scott was before the city.
There had been an attack made on a por-
tion of the American army, but the Mexi-
cans were repulsed with great loss.
Proposals had been sent to Gen. Scott,
offering to treat, and the fighting had been
suspended though the batteries and artillery
of the Americans were all ready to fire on
them, and Gen. Scott had actually com-
menced, when the flag of truce reached
him.
The result was not known, though the
courier verbally reports, that the American
army was actually entering the city when he
left.
Nothing further will probably be known
until the arrival of the English courier, who
is expected on the 1st of September.
"The Americans had cut off the supply
of water, and the Army was on both sides of
the city. The fight that took place was
with that portion under Worth. The ac-
t.ion lasted two hours, and was sanguinary
and dec-isive-asregards the Mexicans. We
know nothing as to the American loss.-
Gen. Scott, besides his flying artillery, has
a very large battering train with him, and no
doubt is felt here (Vera Cruz) that he has
obtained possession of the city. We anxi-
ously wait full details, and sincerely hope it
will lead to peace."
The despatch which brought the above
news concludes with the following words:
"Peace will positively be the result!" Such
was not the opinion at Vera Cruz. The
Sun of Anahuac (which is edited, it seems,
by a Mexican) says of those who predict
submission from the taking of the capital:
Those who indulge in such a belief, know
but little of the sons of Anahuac, neither do
they know that this event, which they look
upon as so important in furtherance of their
interests, is desired, nay, impatiently hoped
for by many of the principal Mexican States,
as the time when they may act for them-
selves, and devote all their powers to the war.
This they have not done heretofore, be-
cause their wishes have been limited by the
unsatisfactory management of the govern-
ment established in the capital. To this is to
be added the consideration that Gen. Scott
and his fifteen thousand men occupy a point
most difficult to be reached by reinforce-
ments and supplies, and is surrounded by
very considerable and populous towns. This

circumstance will animate the most indif-
ferent to join in renewing a resistance which
will increase into a series of hostilitiess"

CoTTON.--Georgia Sea Island cotton is
of a dull butter tint, the fiilament being
some three times longer than that of the
India cotton wool. The fibres are cylindri-
co spiral, and hence the ease with which
i.^ey are spun into cotton thread.


Get;raia Upland cotton is good for coarse
yarns. '11 staple is short, light and feeble.
It was called for a long time "Bowed cotton,"
from the fact that ..t was separated from the
seed by the blows of.a bow-string.
Tennessee cotton is of nearly the same
quality as the Georgia Uplad, except that
it is cleaner and the staple a litt,'e longer.
New Orleans cotton is superior to the
last two Inamed kinds, and may be sa.'d to
occupy a middle point between Sea Islaad
and Georgia Upland.
Pernambuco cotton has a fine, long
staple, clean and uniform, and yarns made
from it are in great request among the
stocking weavers.
Demerara, Berenice and Maranham cot-
tons are fineand glossy, and well cleaned.
They are spun into a fair stout yarn,
Bahia cotton is better than either of the
two kinds last named.
Surinam cotton has a long staple, and is
faintly tinged with yellow. It is clean and
much sought after by hoosiers.
West India cotton is from Bourbon seed
-the staple is fine and silky, but not well
prepared.
Banbadoes cotton has a short staple, but
is silky and strong. It appears in the mar-
ket with much husk.- [American Farmer.

The common fluency of speech in many
men and most women is owing to a scarcity
of matter and scarcity of words; for who-
ever is a master of I-nguage and hath a
mind full of ideas, will be apt, in speaking,


to hesitate upon the choice of both ; where-
as common speakers have only one set of
ideas, and one set of words to clothe them
in, and these are always ready at the mouth.
So people come faster out of a church
when it is almost empty than when a crowd
is at the door.


to subserve the momentary purposes of par-
ty, it excites in me unmitigated disgust. It
shows disregard to, or the undervaluing
of, the intelligence of the people, which is
certainly deplorable.
But my maiu object in referring to this
article of the Floridian, is to call attention
to the concluding part of it. It is certainly
a curiosity in logic, as well as argument.
The Floridian says-"We heartily agree
with the Sentinel in deprecating the conduct
of the Bank of England, and in lamenting
its extraordinary power to disturb the money
market, to the great injury of the mar-
ket for the products of (Foreign) agricul-
ture. But we trust we are more consistent
in this matter than the Sentinel and its par-
ly-while it sees the evil such an institution
can inflict, (building up and fosterin Bri-
tish interests and prostrating foreign inter-
ests,) yet it favors the establishment of suchi
an one (to foster and protect Ameican inter-
ests) here." Ihtrequires the political saga-
city of the Floridian, and no other,/, to dis-
cover the similarity in results upon Ameri-
can industry of a British Bank and a United
States Bank. Does the Floridian believe
that a United States Bank would be used
to depress American industry and foster
English Manufactures as the Bank of Eng--
land does ? That is the tendency of free'
trade policy I know-to foster English in--
(lusty and depress American; but certainly
that is the last use to which a IVlg would
put a United States Bauk. The, Whig par-
ty would use a National Bank as the Eng-
lish use their National Bank-in sustaining
and strengthening Ametican tQ- the exclu-
sion of foreign interests.
In a subsequent number I may make some
remarks upon the necessity of a National
Bank, and propose some arguments-in its
favor, in the present position of national
affairs. It is no longer a question in our
political canvasses, and it probably is a good
time to give the subject a fair and unpreju-
diced consideration. My opinions are my
own and no party will be responsible for
them. AMERICANUS.

[For the Commercial Adveitiser.
LUCUBRATIONS IN THE VIUNAGE.
NUMBER I.
If there is any pecuiliarity which distir#, "
guishes our Republicau p eople-i-t is a
fondness for political distinction. The pre-
vailing mania is to get ;n office. Foreign-
ers say the acqusition of money is the great
controlling passion of our people; but, in,
this, they discover their ignorance of the
spirit of our institutions. -The acquisition!
of votes is a much stronger passion. We
have evidence of this, throughout the'
country. How often do we see the Meehan-
ic, who has been educated to his trade, andf
commenced life with every prospect of"
cheering rewards, for his industry, before
him-his family smiling in health and hap-
piness beneath the genhl influence of his
labor-forsake his work shop and frequent
the grog shop only to get, votes. How many_
Merchants do we find abandoning the gor3 ^
geous visions of prospective opulence to go
in search of votes. The fields of the Far-
mer are left to weeds and barreness while
the Husbandman is out seeking for votes.
Office-office is the cry which is heard
throughout the land. Politics, too, is the-Ar
only speculation into which our people
enter, blind. A man who desires to enter
any other business prepares himself by
study, reading and serious reflection and ad-
ventures upon it with caution and care, but
when political ambition takes hold of a man,
the stimulus acts as electricity, and he
springs upon the arena, like M~ars from the
head of Minerva, all panoplied for the con-
test. The inspiring vapors of the Pytheau
Cave were nothing to it. As soon as the
spirit seizes him the merchant jumps over
his couuter-the Tailor flings away his goose
--the Carpenter his adze and stands forth,
"'with sparkling eyes and foaming mouth,"
and more than Delphic faror--a finished
Politician. The ouly misfortune is that the
days of oracular dispensation are past and we
have all but--the Oracle.
In my various sojournings throughout the
land 1 have witnessed the action of this poll-


tical mania on various subjects-many of
them melancholy enough, in their results,
upon the morals of the individ uals themselves
and the happiness of their families-others,
sufficiently amusing and ridiculous in their
history, to excite a laugh now, when their '
reminescence is brought before me by the
"sound and circumstance" of that impor-
tant event, of 8 x 10 history, a county elec-
tion.
Even now, the rubicund face-the small,
liquid, restless eye, the quick fidgetty actioi
of my old acquaintance Mike McFizzle rises,
from the -memories of the past, and stands,
before me the perfect embodyment of a
County Politician.
Michael exhibited, in his career, the-best
illustration, I ever knew, of the transforming
and regenerating influence of our glorious
institutions, (as the Politicians call them.)
His genealogy I was never able totrace
farther back than his own birth. He
always, however, boasted that he was born'
in this glorious land of liberty. When Mi-
chael first settled in the town of F, he was a
plain, industrious mechanic, and for several
years he was a pattern of'unobtrusive man-
ners and unassuming pretensions. His wife
and children were light-hearted and content,


A ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA.
The Caledonia arrived at Boston on
Thursday, Sept. 2.
The market fereained in about the same
depressed condition as accounts as per
Guadalquiver. The scarcity of money was
increased by the action of the private and
joint stock banks, which followed the ex-
ample of theBank of England in raising the
rates of discounts ; and failures had multi-
plied till the amount due and unpaid had
reached to nearly ten millions of dollars.
We give extracts below.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 19.
COTTON.-This market continues dull at
prices rather in favor of buyers. Bowed
Georgia may be quoted for ordinary to
middling 6- a 6id. per lb.; fair to good fair,
74 a 7,d.; fine, 71d.; Mobile ordinary to
middling, 6` a 6Qd.; good fair, 7J a 7Jd.;
fine, 71.a 8d.; Alabama and Tennessee or-
dinary to midl-hiig, 61 a 61d. It was hoped
by many that the unfavorable accounts of
the growing crop brought by the last steam-
er would give vitality to the market, but
any such influence would have been seri-
ously counteracted by the high value of
money, and the continued dullness of trade
in the manufacturing districts.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.--The
money market, owing to a variety of causes,
has become seriously depressed since our
last advices per Cambria. The pressure
continues to affect all branches of trade
with unrelaxed severity, forcing prices
downward and necessarily limiting opera-
tions to the smallest possible scale. The pri-
mary causesofthis state of things are the ad-
vanced rates of discount required by the
Bank of England, whose example is follow-
ed by all the private and joint stock banks
of the empire, and a succession of disas-
trous failures in the West India and Ameri-
can trade. Up to last night, the actual
bankruptcies and stoppages were little short
of X2,000,000, and it is apprehended that
many of' these will fall heavily upon Amer-
ican houses. Yesterday, in London, the
public securities had -somewhat recovered
from the depression of the preceding day,
arid fluctuated merely from the turn of the
market.
Among manufacturers, business wears a
most gloomy aspect, nor will there be any
hope of improvement until the monetary
restriction shall be eased. This is the na-
tural result of a state of things which ren-
ders al! bills of longer dates than three
months unavailable, which not only paraly-
zes our colonial trade, but seriously'affects
our commercial transactions with America.
A rumor was in general circulation yes-
terday, tha-Louis Philippe had been assis-
sinated. The London papers of this morn-
ing bring-no confirmation of it.
The elections are nearly at an end, and
show an increase in favor of liberal minis-
ters.
The Queen has arrived in Scotland. Her
tour will be completed in about three
weeks.

[From the N. 0. National.]
T 1H MASSES.
Oar ,.hnges in every direction, give
accounts of enthusiastic meetings, for the
nomination of candidates for office, favora4ie'-
to the election of Zachary Taylor to the
Chief Magistracy of the nation, and banner-
sheets are heralding him from every section
of our country. Wherever the crowd-in
polite assemblies, amidst political gather-
ings, in those floating palaces upon our
rivers, upon the placid bosoms ofeour lakes,
or farther off, upon the dark blue of the
ocean, no name living is more decidedly
and deservedly popular than that of him who
now quietly reposes in his tent, at Walnut
Springs, amidst the scenes of his military
triumphs.
Truly, the masses are now speaking-the
good of all parties are uniting to honor him
who deserves to be honored, and resistless
as the avalanche down the mountain steeps,
is the enthusiastic ardor now springing up
in the hearts of the true-hearted voters of
the R~epublic. Away with the desire for
wordy pledges and protestations. Are not
the glorious successes which have accom-
panied our arms from Palo Alto to Buena
Vista--the mildness and firmness which fol-
lowed victory--the rigid moral rectitude of a
long life---'a display of eminent abilities as a
statesman as well as a warrior-and the
combined whole which forms the patriot-
sufficient pledges on the part of the good
old man," that bis "country, the whole
country,"--its onward: progress, its glory
and ils greatness, will be under his especial
protection, if placed at its head ? The mul-
itude with one acclaim, will pronounce they
*want no other pledges than those which
have already been given through a long series
of honored and eventful years, Wherever
"'he is placed-in whatever position in life-
upon the tented field, amidst th'e carnage
of battle, in the council halls of the nyLign,


Zachary Taylor will do whatever is right, to
.his God and to his country! The masses
-know that he will.

SILAS WRIGHT'S ILLNESS AND DEATI.-
The following particulars respecting the
death of Mr. Wright, are taken from a let-
-ter dated August 27th, from John L. Rus-
sell, Esq., of Canton, to Mr. Flagg:-
About 8 o'clock this morning, Mr.
"Wr eight came to the post office for his mail.
-`He was in apparent good health and spirits,
took his letters-sat down--o'pened one from
"Horace Moody-read it partly through-laid
it down, with other letters, turned very pale,
and said to a friend present, I feel quite ill.'
The friend says, your countenance shows
-f '"" ihat you are sick, shall I cal!a doctor?' Mr.
'Wright declined having the physician sent
'for saying that fie had two or three such
turns before, and soon got relief. He com-
plained of a painful sense of suffocation
.about the heart. His friends present felt
alarmed, andsent .the third time Cor a physi-
cian before he came. Full one hour he sat
in the post office, conversing wilh persons
present, who felt intense anxiety about his
health-he assuring them that he should
soon be better.
"The physician came to the post office,
gave him a mild anodyne, and a friend ask-
ed him- to the house. Mr. Wright says,
'yes, and I will thank you to go with me:
Dr. Clark you come too.'
"He walked calmly as usual, to his house,
the friend and doctor in company--laid


pies," yet all "should make it
duty to forego the pleasure of i
these feelings and preferences."
"election of Mr. Davis, as Senato
be felt as a so much greater calam
country, than the temporary a
which may result from the effort t
his success, ofthe political principal
party, that all willingly make the
Do the above passages require
mentary ? Do you not, as res
Democratic gentlemen, say to th
of this county that the object of
Mr. Davis, on account of his "1m
ness," being of paramount impo
the mere assendency of our party
suspended all political feelings,
our duty, in entering upon this c
forego the pleasure of all political
preference, and we do this because
table Whigs have made the sam
and united with us on common
Such, gentlemen, are your prof
Now mark the application. On t
August Mr. Davis announced hi
candidate for the Senate. After
the 24th of the same .month, Mr
Orman, in answer to a letter wri
citizen of this place, in behalf
without distinction of party, also a
himself as a candidate for the S
was at this time that this union of
table citizens of both parties," w
make such a parade of, was cons
You know, as well as I do, that M
did not come before the public so
support as a party man. That i
conversations you and other r
citizens" had with him, as well
letter of acceptance, he emphat
claimed any such motive. AndIh
ity enough to believe that you
that he was not brought out by
party, but on the contrary, that he
vailed on by some respectable c
both parties" to oppose Mr. Davis
too upon the identical ground w
assume constitutes the virtue ofy
sition-his moral unfitness."
say that the Democratic party ind
Orman to accept the call made o
become a candidate ; but I do say
many, who call themselves respe
izens" of your party, gave him
friends, to understand that they ha
the precise sentiments which you h
promulgated to the public. Tha
sire and determination was to ut
some person in whom the public t
be safely confided, regardless of a
feeling. Now, I ask you, in a
why is it that under these circa
you and your party have resolved
nate one of your own party, an
him as a party man, not only agai
but in opposition to Orman V
becomes of all this affected "4sus
political feeling?" The impression
type, heralding forth your print
scarcely dry, before you astound
by an abandondonment of all prin
What mean you in your Addri
you say that you have not only s
your political feelings, but the "I
tions arising from them ?" Wh
actions do you imply ? if it be no
nation of a party candidate! W
you when you declare thatyou '
make the necessary sacrifice of t
porary assendency of your politic
pies" in the approaching canvass,
the last week our nights have b
dismal by the efforts of your whi
to excite all the rancor of politic
against the Whig party ? Take
your "vaulting ambition does n
leap itself."
But what objection have you ti
man ? He is a whig you say ; bu
stopped by the letter and spirit o
dress from urging that as an objie
it be true, as you say, that your (
to Davis springs from your love
and detestation of vice! cement
and satisfy the public that your a
belie your professions, drop your
hoods behind you, and meet us
cloaked faces and honest hearts.
is morally or otherwise unfit," I


you to the proof. I maintain tha
no one at this time in the county
lin who is more competent to repr
interest in our Legislature than h
conclusive proofs which he has
public of his industry, talents an
would seem to be with all respectc
zens of both parties" a sufficient
that the public interest would not
his hands. It is useless for me t
my remarks on this point. Each
individuals will conceded to Mr. 0
capacity and integrity which pu
ment has long since awarded hi
again, whence springs this viri
position, and where is all this
disinterestedness on your parts
any new lights glared upon y
the publication of your Address
you all the, while been labouri
some mental halucination? C
know, covers a multitude of sins,
kind are proverbialy uncharitable
blush upon your cheek may lead t
to suspect that in your opposition
you are governed by other mot
those you claim credit for. Will
us to believe that your uniting w
pectable citizens" of the Whig pa


(CU The following gentlemen are authorized
Agents for the COMME.CIAL ADVERTISER, and will
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
ments:-
WM. W. CHrEVER, Esq., Albany, Ga.
Major JACK HARDMAN, Eufaula, Ala.




























































































































































Tr u-sses,
INGLE and double, for sale by
July 17< J. C. ALLEN.


Bull's and Sand's
ARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June 12 H.F. ABELE.


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


NOTICE., *
PERSONS having business with the subscri.-
bers during their absence from the city, wil]t
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12.. ., DAY & (Q0.-


Extract Sarsaparilla.
BULL'S & SANDS', tor sale by, the dozen or,
single bottle,,.by,
July 17, JcAtL


Lamp Oil.
W INTER strained, a splendid article, for sale
' by [jan30] J. I ALLEN.


128 Fulton-street, New-York.


POST PAID.


: _.Z -~arar~asrai L---_d- -- -- 9 ~Cs C _-_ I~ I --I II I e~- I I I- '~1~ I


__ ___


__ r __


_ _


To the Voters of Franklin.


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
Printers' Furnishing Warehouse.
Alo. 17 Canal street Row.
THE undersigned beg leave to announce' to,
Publishers and Printers, that they have'es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this!
Foundry was cut to order by workmen of long
experience, and, as no expense wvas spared' to-
obtain the handsomest faces and to perfect ite in
every respect, we will venture to say it will be
found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to which we wouldcall the attention
of Printers before purchasing 4 sewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
at the North; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage--
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRiSS-
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
tire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
for the sale of the Napier, Washington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink,-and'
every other article required in the Printing Busi-
ness, will be kept on hand, and furnished at"
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same;
by stating the size of the Paper, or the particular"
style and quantity of w.-ork to be executed.
0- The proprietors of newspapers who0will
publish this advertisement six, months, andd send
a paper to our office weekly, will be paid- for the-
advertisement by purchasing six times theamount
of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.


0 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrNe-;"
100 sacks Rio Coflee; 50 do Java ;*
940 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;"
f20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bags Shot; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra'and Pure.,
For sale by WM. G. PORTER &'CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
EALTH RENEWED, and an invigorated,
and healthful condition of body produced'
by the use of TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This preparation is universally allowed to be,
the most popular remedy of the present day, for
the prevention and cure of Indigestion, Bilious'
and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness, &c.
Travellers and residents in warm climates wit.
find it a desirable article; it prevents any accur-
mulation of bile, is portable, and' the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; they will take this aperient in pre-
ference to any other. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.


Coffee.
100 BAGS RIO, for sale by
10 May 15 J. DAY & CO.


I 1


A LIAR.-Among the many anecdotes of
Buena Vasta, one beats all others. An Ar-
kansas soldier, wounded, asks an Indiana-
man to help him off the field. The latter
does so by enabling him to mount his horse,
riding himself before. During the ride, the
poor Arkansian had his head shot off, un-
known to his companion. Arriving at the
doctor's quarters, the Indianaman was asked
what he wanted.
1 brought this man to have his leg
dressed."
Why," replied the doctor, his head is
off?"

"The---liar!" exclaimed the man of
Indiana looking behind him, he told me
lie was only shot in the leg!"

STOLEN KISSES.-On learning from the
Courier des Etats Unis that a man named
William Snyder had been condemned in
the United States to pay a fine of six dollars,
for having kissed a young girl without her
consent, the charming Blanche D. exclaim-
ed:-
Ungrateful country! thou shalt not have
my bones I will, as did Lafayette, emi-
grate for a noble cause to the country of
Franklin."
And pray, what will you do thereT"
asked'a friend, in wonder.
"D1 o? make a fortune by being kissed
without-my consent."


THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN.
IrN 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-
quire, a diversity of labor must be, expended
upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon which the
Democratic party has planted itself, believing
these principles to b6 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-
tagonistic to our own. To render our paper the
firm but dispassionate exponent of demiocrafic
principle, the calm yet unflinching, adyocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle of amusing and
instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
whether of science, literature, or general infor-
mation,-in a word, to make it a welcome visitor
at once to the.merchant and the mechanic, the
student and the farmer, shall be our constant en.
deavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall
be enabled by extending our circulation through
the interior, to strengthen the ties which bind
our beloved S.ate and City together, and to
secure that oneness of sympathy and feel-
ing so essential to the prosperity of both, we shalt
find our labors amply repaid.
To enable us to continue our present connec-
tion, however, and to do all that we would wish
todo in the way of improving The Georgian,"
wemust look for an increased support from the
public ; such we now solicit and confidently ex-
pect. Vi. H. BULLOCH,
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 rOR SiX MONTHS.
THE TRI-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, for the
Country, is published to meet the arrangement
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,) 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 Stater
and Union, or delivered in the citv, at FIVE
DOLLARS per annum; or, at THREE DOL-
LARS for six months.
THE WEEKLY GEORGIAN, is published
every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLARS
per annum--all payable in advance.
August 14, 1847.


public speech. The great cardinal doc-
trines of political economy lie knew nothing
about. History and geography, beyond his
own experience and his own vision, was all
Greek to him, and I was really surprised to
see any one enter into a contest with so
empty a magazine. However, Mike was a
happy exemplification of that" ignorance
which is bliss." He had collected a vast
fund of slang sayings. He called himself
a laboring man-(his shop had not been
opened in six months)-he was the poor
man's friend, (without a cent of his own to
bless himself or any body else with.) His
neighbor, who had labored hard for years,
and acquired, by his industry, a large pro-
perty, he called a rich aristocrat, and an en-
emy to liberty. If a man was poor-no
matter whether from idleness and dissipa-
tion or misfortune-no matter-he was his
friend, This was the staple of his speeches.
A large meeting was to be held in the coun-
ty a few days before the election. Mike
bought a Columbian Reader and an Ame-
rican Orator for assistance in concocting a
speech-he was for a whole week sweating
under the labor of preparation-torturing
his brains and bedaubing foolscap. When
the day of delivery arrived, and Mike took
the stand, he informed the audience, that in
order that his views might not be mistaken
in regard to important matters, he had taken
the precaution to write them out, and with
this drew forth from his pocket a bundle of
old letters, unpaid bills, &c. Mike had by
mistake put his speech in the wrong coat
pocket before leaving home, and the pro-
grame of his political faith was lost for that
day. His competitors acquitted themselves
well, and Mike's popularity was ebbing fast.
On my return home from the meeting,
Mike overtook me. His whole appearance
indicated intenseexcitement.' The muscles
of his face twitched-his small eyes were
bloodshot-his cheek livid, and he grasped
his hickory stick like a vice. Well," said
I, Mike we were unfortunate to-day in
being deprived of your speech." "Curse
the luck," said he, that infernal meeting'
lost me 100 votes-d-n your tariff-sui',
plus revenue-state rights-national bank-


ed-Michael had the good wishes and kind
regrads of all his neighbors.
In a thickly populated County, or in a
city, Michael's career would probably have
closed in the same occupation in which it
began;' but, it requires a small Country
village to germinate the latent seeds of
human ambition. In an unlucky hour
Michael McFizzle was appointed a sub-
overseer of 4 negroes who were detailed by
the Road Overseers, to mend a mud hole in
the widow Wilkens'land. This was Mich-
ael's, first official deputation. Yet, how
great a flame a little fire kindlith" we will
soon see. Michael's vision, from that day,
was diverted from the humble horizon of
his daily avocations- Theretofore-secure in
-bhis -private interest, he had been content to
'let otherslattend to the public's. Meetings
"and caucuses'had been held without Mich-
;ael's imagining he had any duty connected
v*'. with them. But from the day' Michael
-served as sub-overseer he became interested
in public affairs. He began to understand
that he too was an Amercian Citizen and a
part of the Government-and, daily, the
scale of public duties became heavier and
AW heavier until the scale ofrhis private duties


TO THE PUBLIC.
THE HOME JOURNAL.
EDITED BY MORRIS& WILLIS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, IN THE CITY OF
NEW-YORK,
Ait Two Dollars per annum.
IN November last, we commenced the publica-
tion of this family newspaper on a new and novel
plan. No similar work, intended to contain the
PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions and litera-
ture of our time, to CULL from the wilderness of
the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE,
the good things else lost in the bewildering float-
age of novelties adrift, had been previously at-
tempted by others.
That we have labored successfully in our voca-
tion and produced a paper remarkable for its inte-
rest, value and popularity, and one adapted to
the wants of ALL CLASSES OF SOCIETY, we have
sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly
increasing circulation, in the universal commen-
dation of the public press, and, above all, in the
flattering encouragement and cordial approbation
of our numerous LADY READERS, in every
section of the country.
The scope, design and character of the HoME
JOURIVAL differ from those of any newspaper
heretofore established. The contents are fitted
to engage the attention of the man of business,
and be a source of elegant instruction and enter-
tainment to the domestic fireside and family cir-
cle, and it combines the striking and novel attrac-
tions of the newspaper with the more abiding in-
terests of the higher class of periodicals. It is
printed in the folio form, on large and superior
paper, on a new clear type, obtained expressly
for the purpose; and is, in its whole arrangement
and details, a most favorable specimen of the best
typographical skill of the country. In addition
to these, and as one of its most valuable peculiar-
ties, it is, in reference to the diversity of talent
employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the
United States.
,Is all the back numbers of the work are en-
tirely exhausted, we have this day Saturday,
the 21st of diugust, increased the edition of the
HoME JOURNALfor the express accommodation
of NEW SUBSCRIBERS, and we therefore respect-
fully request that all who intend taking the
paper will commence their subscriptions with the
present number.
Terms-Two Dollars a year, or three copies
for five dollars, invaribly in advance.
The HoME JOURNAL is sent by mail to all
parts of the United States, the British Provinces
and to Europe, done up in strong wrappers,
with the utmost punctuality and despatch.
Subscriptions, orders, remittaces, and all com-
munications, must be addressed (post paid) to the
Editors, GEO. P. MORRIS,
N. P. WILLIS,
August 21, 1841. 107 Fulton-street.

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


WILL BE PUBLISHED AT WASHINTON D. C.
On the seventh of* December next.
NUMBER ONE
OF THE
UNITED STATES REPORTER,
A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and
General News.

THE subscriber is now enabled to announce the
completion of his arrangements for the establish-
ment of a well-organized and independent Jour-
nal of News at the Seat of the General Govern-
ment.
The leading features of the United States Re-
porter will be the following:-
I. Early Intelligence of the movements of the
various Departments of the Government, in re-
ference to Domestic affairs and to the Foreign
Relations of the country, will be given with
scrupulous fidelity. Possessing peculiar facilities
for obtaining information,, the "Reporter" will
be enabled frequently to communicate, exclu-
sively, intelligence of the most important cha-
racter.
II. The Verbatim Reports of the Proceedings
and Debates of the JUnited|States Senate, which
the proprietor is bound to furnish daily to that
body, in accordance with the terms of the con-
tract made at the close of the last session of
Congress. The arrangements now made will at
once fully secure to the Senate of the United
States an authentic and complete record of its
Debates; and to the people-in a greatly enlarged
degree-the benefit of the experience, sagacity
and statesmanship of that body to which they
have ever looked with solicitous and respectful
regard.
III. The Proceedings and Debates in the
House of Representatives will also be given with
fullness, impartiality, and the utmost prompti-
tude. Each day's record will be completely
made up, and appear in the "Reporter" next
morning.
IV. A Synoptical View o0 the Proceedings
and Debates of all the State Legislatures, will
be regularly given. Members of Congress and
all classes of readers will thus be kept fully and
systematically informed of Domestic Legislation
in all sections of the United States.
V. Early Intelligence of all important move-
ments in the Legislatures of Great Britain and
France will be communicated by every steamer
from Europe, through reporters in London and
Paris, who possess peculiar facilities for obtain-
ing information.
VI. The Genral JNews of the Day will be
given in a condensed form, with industry and at-
tention.
Such is a brief view of what the Urited
States Reporter is designed to be. All the plans
and arrangements have been well matured, and
the hope is confidently cherished, that the "1 U.
S. Reporter will prove itself an energetic, in-
dustrious, dignified and perfectly independent
journal. It will have no party views-no political
bias. The proprietor, by the terms of his con-
tract with the Senate of the United States, is
bound to the condition that "the paper shall con-
tain no political discussions except the debates."
It will be a vehicle of NEws-not the organ of
any set of opinions. The grand aim of the sub-
scriber is to establish, at the Seat of Government,
a faithful and prompt reporter of all sorts of in-
telligence-a responsible agent, on which the
politician, the business man, the manufacturer,
the mechanic, and every one interested in the
affairs of Congress and the Government, may rely
at all times with implicit confidence,
It is believed that the establishment of such a
reliable Journa7 of Intelligence, on terms which
place it within the reach of the great masses of
the people, at the commencement of what pro-
miscs to be a most interesting and eventful period
in the history of Congressional proceeding, will
be regarded with favor by all classes of the com-
munity ; anj, having thus stated his objects, the
subscriber respectfully solicits a liberal and gen-
eral support from the enlightened public of the
United States.
JAMES A. HOUSTON,
Stenographer to the Senate of the U. S.
W- The United States Reporter" will be
printed on a large and handsome sheet, and issued
every morning, except Sundays, at the rate of
$6 per annum.

In connection with the daily paper, there will
be issued from the same establishment,
The Mirror of Congress.
This publication will contain exclusively the
Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the
Congress of the United States. It will be issued
semi-weekly, in an elegant quarto form, through-
out the sessions of Congress, and will be furnished
to subscribers at the rate of two dollars for the
long session and one dollar for the short session.
It is believed that this great national work will
bee deemed indispensable in the library of every
public institution, politician, and professional
man, throughout the country ; and that it will be
regarded by the great mass of the people as the
very best political text ffook for their own instruc-
tion and that of their children.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
Throughout the session of Congress, Extras
will be issued from the office of the United
States Reporter," containing the reports of all
such Debates as may possess peculiarly exciting
interest.
All subscriptions and communications to be
post-paid, and addressed
JAMES A. HOUSTON,
United States R~eporter, "Washington, D. C.
July 31, 1847.
All newspapers t-hroughout the United States
who publish this Prospectus once a week from
thts date till the meeting of Congress, w ill be en-
titled to an exchange with the United States
Reporter,' and will be placed on the list of those
to whom the Extras will be despatched.


kicked the beam.


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


Itis singular bowsoon a man who "talks
polities" -(p matter what the caliber of

hisJUut~etect, or the scope of his informa-
tion)-becomes an important personage in
"Pot House." coteries and county gather-
ings.% Micluel might now be seen in a-cor-
ner of ihe village doggeryy" in close and
earnest tort eTrsa tion with-Col. this or Maj.
that. At a county meeting, before proceed-
ings would commence, Gen. B. would ask,
in a very audible voice, if Michael McFiz-
zle was present," and Squire-his oppos-
ing candidate, would remark in a louder
voice, "I prefer not to proceed to business
until Mr. 3McFizzle is in the room." Mi-


chael, in this way, became a stirring man
in grog shop re-unions 'and dry goods box
conventions. His shop was the only place
relieved from the sound of Michael's decla-
mation-that was deserted--his public duties
had literally drove him out of'flis"h bouse
and home."


I)UUblc luus, anu u-i iows wiat else-I submission to your decision.


nvik~lio Inn,, n -lint.. -1T


Gpn.-B -Tnrtred roe him th o ffice of


W. G. M. DAVIS.


1,l.-. pro u ,h 1 t..... ,1o.....m uitu n never learned that, and what the h-1 has
-I,.Oi~rp, rn thin lPeon rt he_ 1 e10 o lmrellln tf o


o itIn[I ,; I- t|it t tIOMILMtlUJ Ut


any of them things to do with our politics.
I could have got along very well with the
boys, talking about things that concerned
us-hog laws-cattle taxes-and poor mens'
rights; but I must go and bother my brains
about them other things-leave all I had
wrote, and then have my head so bothered
I could think of nothing else-but confound
them I have a card to play on them yet."
"What is that Mike ?" said I. "Why
Mr. I am going to raise a row--'tis the
only chance for me now-I am going to
fight out of it--they may beat me in
speechifying and writing their d-d po-
litical articles, but they shant mention my
name-if they do I'll curse them-they
must mind their P's and Q's, or I'll
jump them-I begin to feel tigerish, ran-
tancerous and wolfy, and I have known
many an election gained by a man bullying
-it shows, if he is short in wit, he is full


August 21.
APAL'ACHICOLA., Aug,,. -2, 1S47.
Fellow- Citizens of Franklin Courtly:
In reply to the public call made (in the Com-
mercial Advertiser of the 21st instant) by Many
Citizens-that they are desirous of' using my name
as a candidate for the State Senate at the ensuing
election-I have to say frankly to them, and to
all citizens of Franklin, that if such is the spon-
taineous desire of the voters and citizens of the
county, they are at liberty to Use my name for
that purpose. And if, at the October election,
it should be the will of the majority of the voters
that I should serve them in that capacity I shall
undoubtedly feel that I am highly honored, and
feel too, under a deep sense of obligation to serve
faithfully the interests of the people of this coun-
ty and of the State to the best of my humble
abilities. I am, with all due respect,
Your obedient,
THOMAS ORMAN.


which -were perhaps equal in a year to one
day's laboir in his shop. The next year
Maj. R. got him appointed Auctioneer for
the county and'Notary Public-he was also
a memberof the Town Council, The gross
revenue of the whole of which offices
amounted to perhaps $50 per annum. Still,
Michael was an important man-a public
man. faut the appetite of Michael's ainbi-
tion "increased with that it fed upon," and
his'desires led onward and upward.
Some two months before the election in
.... 183-,I was silling in my counting room
alone, when Michael McFizzle lounged in
and took a seat. I had known Michael
from the time of his first settlement in the
town, and had watched him in all the phazes
ot iis political career. I was occupied in
looking over my accounts, and my mind
was as far from politics as the zenith from


U. S. NAIL FROMI
Chattahoochee to Fort Gailies.
jON and after the first day of
^JULY next, this Line will be
h&N run regularly in TWO-HORSE
STAGES. The undersigned, having the con-
tract to carry the Mail on this route, intends to
give every facility to Travellers who may wish to
take this ronte, by Columbus, Ga., North.
Good Stagas, the best of teams, and obligin-
drivers, will always be provided; and in a word,
every pains will be taken to give satisfaction, (es-
pecially during the season of high water,) to
those who may choose this route North.
The 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 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattahoochee next days,
by 8 P. M.
Persons travelling from Columbus, Ga., via
Fort Gaines, Blakely, Chattahoochee, Quincy, to
Tallahassee, will find this the most expeditious
route.
T. D. WILSON, Proprietor.
Qiincy, June 26, 1847. aug1431-1m


Oji3 We are authorized to say to the voters of
Franklin County, that JAMES F. FARRIOR
will serve them in the House of Representatives
of the next General Assembly, if elected.
August 21.
0j, We are desired to say that WILLIAM
VALLEAU, Esq. wishes to be considered as a
candidate before the People for re-election, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Franklin County
August 21.


the nadir, when Michael aroused me by en-
in museule, and if he carries the bone and


__


qniring "whai I thought about the coming
election." "Why," said I, "Michael 1
tw'i t know that I have thouglit anything
about it--I don't take mnu'h interest in it."
It is surprising, when a man becomes him-
self absorbed in politics, how incredulous
he is about the indifference of others. If
you tell him you care little about it, he
r thinks it all gammon-acting possum-play-
;;-,, ing Van Buren with him. You may ex-!
S. press carelessness about religion, eternity,
,death or the grave and he may believe you,
but to express unconcern about who is lo
be elected constable or sheriff, marks you,
in his mind, an arrant hypocrite and dodger.
Mike gave me a politely incredulous sort of
a smile, and continued : "I tell you Mr.-,
this is a mighty, important election for the
party. Squire Gobbins says that (he
county is ruined if Sam Sniffles is elected.
1He says this is -a crisis, and every man, who
loves his country, its institutions, his chil-
dren and their welfare, should use every
.,means to beat Sam Sniffles." Wellf
Mike," replied I, "you give me an idea of
". the potency of Sam Sniffles I never had be-
Sfore,'and I must believe that our liberties
and rights are in a much more insecure po-
sition than I before imagined, if Sam Snif-
fles can disturb them." I tell you Mr. -,
Sam Sniffles is a dangerous man," said
Mike, '0 he is now in favor of moving the
court house-what do you think of that?
-Your property and mine will be ruined, and
Athe poor laborers in F. will be ruined. I
gtell you he must be beat." Well," said'
J, "who do you propose to run against
him ?" ,Well," said Mike, "that is the
question I want to consult you about., I
earned over a number of very reputable cit-
izens as proper candidates, but none of them
A seemed to suit Mike. Well," said [, Who
do you propose to run?" Why," replied
Mike, Squire Gobbins and a number of
others have been speaking to me to come
out, but I told them my business would not
allow me, and that I did not have enough
learning to go to the Legislature." (1 saw
Mike had discovered that" humility is young
ambition's ladder.") The next week's pa-
per announced )Iicliael McFizzle as a can-
didate for the Legislature. The great diffi-
culty in Mike's career now was ta make a


muscle of the country to the polls, who the
d-I cares for the intellect-d--n your po-
litical arguments and statistics, if I am only
lucky and get a chance to raise a d-I of a
fuss generally before the election, the peo-
ple will forget about that cursed speech I
lost and only think of the row J stir up."
Mike was true to his word-he raked up
all the scandal he could against his compe-
titors-tried to make occasion of quarrel
with all H-is prominent political opponents,
and was successful in most of his renconters
until the.day before the election he picked
up an ugly customer who deprived Mike of
some of his laurels. In.ftte election Mike
was beaten only 6 votes, an.1 he always con-
tended if he had succeeded in bullying Bill
McGuire he would have gained his elec-
tion. .,
This candidacy was the topmost step
Mike reached on the political ladder-since
that he has experienced the "facilis descen-
sus averni," and the last I saw of him he
was still loafing about rum cellars-his fam-
ily dispersed-his shop sold, and his indus-
try gone. He now reaches the acme of his
ambition just on the eve of an election, and
when he deposits his vote his importance
ceases until another election comes round-
only useful as an example to others, who
have no more qualifications for public office
than he had, of the evils resulting from a
grasping after places for which neither na-
ture or education has fitted them.
ULLIN.

Give me," says a recent vigorous writer,
the money that has been spent in war, and
I will purchase every foot of land on the
globe. I will cloth every man, woman and
'efi rd in an attire that kings and queens
would belp'roud of. I will build a school
house upon every hill side and in every val-
ley over the whole habitable earth; I will
supply that school house with a competent
teacher; I will build an academy in every
town, and endow it; a college in every State,
and fill it with able professors; I will crown
every hill with a church consecrated to the
promulgation of the gosple of peace; I will
support in its pulpit an able teacher of
righteousness, so that on every Sabbath
morning the chime on hill should answer to
the chime on another, around the earth's
broad circumference; and the voice of pray-
er and the songs of praise should ascend like
a universal holocaust to Heaven.


Twenty Dollars Reward.
M WILL be paid for the apprehension
and delivery of a NEGRO MAN named
LEVI, who ran away from Macon, on Sun-
-%day the 11th 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 32-4t


0- We are authorized to announce Mr. BEN-
JAMIN LUCAS as a candidate for Tax-Assessor
and Collector for Franklin County,,.at the elec-
tion in October next. Sept. 11, 1847.


fjWe are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
LUCAS as a candidate for the office of Sheriff'
for Franklin County, at the election in October
next. Sept. 11, 1847.


SANS SOUCI HOTEL.
T HE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends, and the public generally, that they
have opened the above establishment, and are
now ready to receive boarders, and hope through
proper attention to receive a share of patronage.
The Bar will be well furnished with choice
Wines, Liquors and Segars; and the Restaurant
will be well supplied with Game, Fish and Oys-
ters, of the best quality in season.
JAMES GIBSON & CO.
June 22, 1847.
N. B.-Gentlemen who wish for refreshments
in their rooms can be accomodated at short
notice.
DR. L. FEUCHTWANGER'S
Rat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison.
THIS very efficacious remedy for extermina-
ting immediately,, if a proper application be
made, of all of the above named annoyances. His
Flea and Mosquito Poison has attained a very ex-
tensive celebrity for its invariable destructive pro-
perties to that order of insects. For sale by
August 1-4 J. G. ALLEN, Druggist.


THE NEW-YORK
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.

Third Year,
This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour-
nal, (which has already attained the largest cir-
culation of any weekly paper of the kind in the
world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUME
on Saturday, Sept. 25th,
Each number of The Scientific American con-
tains from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL ME-
CHANICAL ENGRAVINGS; a catalogue of
AMERICAN PATENTS, as issued from the
Patent Office each week ;. notices of the progress
of all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC
inventions; instructions in the various ARTS
and TRADES, with ENGRAVINGS; curious
PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL experi-
ments; the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLI-
GENCE IN EUROPE AND AMERICA; all
the different MECHANICAL MOVEMENTS
published in a series, and ILLUSTRATED with
more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c.
Sic.
It is in fact a paper that MERITS the patro-
nage of all MECHANICS and MANUFAC-
TURERS throughout the UNITED STATES,
and should be in the hands of EVERY ONE
that feels an interest in the advancement of
Mechanical or Scientific improvements, in-this
Country.
It is published in QUARTO FORM, conve-
niently adapted to BINDING, and furnished to
Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ot
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR-ONE DOLLAR
IN ADVANCE, and the remainder in Six
Months. Address,
MUNN & GO., Publishers,


WALTON CIRCUIT COURT.
In Chancery.
Cornelius Grantham, )
vs. Petition for Divorce.
Fatha Grantham. i
T appearing to the satisfaction of 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


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


Drugs & MIedecines.
THE subscriber has just received per recent
arrivals from 'New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulpb. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb, Pulvr. and Root. Sen-.
na, Epsom Salts, Bachn Leaves, Castor Oil,.
Seidlitz Powders, Soda Powders, 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'.


Lamp Oil
"F the best quality, for summer use, for sale
"by [july17] J. C. ALLEN.
PERSONS having business with the under-
signed during his absence from the State, will
please apply to Anson Hancock, Esq.
WM. SYDNEY GREEN.
July 26, 1841". 29-4t
PERSONS having business with the undersign-
ed, will please call on Ml-.. WM- S. DAM-
EREL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a
distant part of the state.
July 17. FRANCIS KOPMAN.


State of Florida,
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
TO all persons having demands against the es-
tate of Nathan Seymour, late of said county,
deceased,, notice is hereby given that I have ta-
ken from the Honorable Court of Probates of said
courrty, Letters Testamentary upon the same,, and
that all claims will be barred if not presented
within two years after the date of this advertise;.
ment. MILTON N. SCOTT.
Apal'achicola, July 24, 1847. 28-2m
NOTICE-Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is my duly
authorized agent during my absence from
the State. [july24] E. McCULLY.


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









mam2mommum-M Z KNEN=


' k"~P-~w~ sl~ll~uaec~~rr-. ...........---


I_~__ W _


H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
]rugs and ledieineFp
^ J THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on band, a cqmplete
assortment of DRUGS,,ad 41EDI-
y ,CINES, which he wilrw rint pure
cand of the best quality. Countrv
Merchants and Planters_'-iU find it
to theii advantage to call, examine and price bhi,
Goods, before purchasing elsewhre:.' !
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up with
care and accuracy at any hour of the day or night,
J. C. ALLEN,
March 21 Cor. Centre and CommereM sts. -


~ca,


Jffl"M==-M


-'II 1 1:


NEW ORLEANS TYPE FOUNDRY


10 HHDS St. Croix Sugar;
20 do New Orleans Sugar, to arrive;j
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java;
40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 Mnft'd do. Brown's and Labby's;
J|20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brownSoap;
100 bags Shot ; 50 kegs Powder;
2000 lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil;
200 kegs White Lead, No. 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


C REAM TARTAR and Tamarinds, just re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Ball's avid Sand's
SARSAPARILLA, just received, for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
NOTICE. .
PERSONS having business with the subscri-
bers during their absence from the city, will
please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green.
July 12 J. DAY & CO.


I c I I


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 dlet 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.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
.1House of Representatives of the State of Flo-
rida in General assembly convened, That the
first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution
be so amended as follows, viz: Every free white
male person of the age of twenty-one years and
upwards, and who shall be, at the time of offer-
ing to vote, a citizen of the United States, and
. who shall have resided and had his habitation,
domicil, home and place of permanent abode in
Florida, for one year next preceding the election
at which he shall oflbr to vote, and who shall, at
such time and for six months immediately prece-
f ding said time, have had his habitation, domicil,
home and place of permanent abode, in the coun-
ty in which he may offer to vote, shall be deemed
a qualified voter at all elections under this Con-
stitution and none others, except in elections by
general ticket in the State or District prescribed
by law, in which cases, the elector must have
b.,en a resident of the State one year next prece-
dinm 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
r1'zular Army or Navy of the United States, un-
L'ss lie were a qnalfied elector of this State pre-
vions to his enlistment assuch soldier, seaman or
marine in the Regnlar Army or Navy of the
United Slates, or of the revenue service, shall be
considered a resident of the State in consequence
oi being stationed within the same.
Passed Senate, December 1, 1846.
D. 1I. MAYS, President Senate.
H. AtiCHER, Secretary Senate.
Passed House, December 16, 18,16.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk.
Aln Act to amend the Constitution oj this Slate
so as to make the ses-,ions of the General as-
sembly biennial instead of a'anual.
SECTION 1. Be it en'tcled by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of Flo-
rida, in General Assembly convened, That the
second clarse of the fourth article ot the Constitu-
tion of this State be so amended as to read as fol-
lows, viz : 2d. The members of the House of
Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified
voters, and shall serve for the term of two years,
from and after the day of the first election under
the amended Constitution,. and no longer; and
the sessions of the General Assembly shall be
biennial, and commence on the fourth'Monday in
November, in each and every second year, or at
such other times a, may be prescribed by law.
Sec. 2. Be 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.
See. 3. Be it further enacted, That the fifth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, viz: The Senators shall be cho-
sen by the qualified electors, for the term of four
years, at the same time, in the same manner, and
in the same place where they vote for members
of the House of Representatives; and no person
shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a
citizen of the United States, and shall have been
an inhabitant of this State for two years next pre.
,ceding his election, and the last year a resident
of the district or county for which he shall be
chosen, and shall have attained the age of twenty-
five years.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the sixth
clause of the aforesaid article be so amended as to
read as follows, viz; The classification of Sena-
tors, as made at the first session of the General
Assembly held in the year 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 !Senators unexpired at the first
election under the amended Constituticn, shall
;extend 4to, 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. MAYa, President of Senate.
H. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate.
Passed House of Reps., Dec. 29, 184(3.
ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps.
M. D. PAPY, Clerk House Reps.
March 13, 1847. 9-6m


uegali Noticta,


TH1E SAVANNAHSGEOIRGIAN.
IN 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-
*quire, a diversity of labor must be expended
,upon it; such we are determined to furnish.-
We shall strive to'make its columns pleasing to
all readers, and while our humble support shall
be given to the great principles upon which the
Democratic party has'planted itself, believing
these principles 'to be essential to the perpetuity
of our national freedom and the advancement of
our national welfare, we shall studiously avoid
-All rude collisions with views and opinions an-
tagonistic tour own. To render our paper the
firm 1but, dispassionate exponent--of democratic
principle, the calm yet unflinching advocate of
Southern institutions, the vehicle ot amusing and
' instructive thought upon all proper subjects,
,whether of science, literature, or general iofor-
mation,-in a word, to make it a welcome visitor
at once to the merchant and the mechanic, the
student and the fariner, shall be our coilant en-
deavor; and it, in adtilhon to this, we shall
'be enabled by extendiifo-'y ire';i -,'in tlir,mgl)
the interior, to trendn :;i'w:%: I l.. ;, *ichi bind
our beloved S.ate a'id Cid, ': ;, ;.d to
secure that oneness (it *.'v :i.d fe.i-
,ing so essential to the i r 1. r'i 'o; b tk" h; >'"-- s
'find our labors amply r;- ;,,il.
To enable us to ciinti:i' our present connec-
tion, however, and to do a! tla'twe -roam wish
todo in the way of itnrovii)'- : The Georgian,"
wemust look for an increased support from the
public; such we nuw : l)itand cot, fidetltly ex-
.pect. Wim. H. BULLOC:H.
Lii.;-1tY R. JACKSON.
TER MS:
THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in
Savannah at TEN DOLLARS PER ANNUMi, pay-
able seai-annually, in advance; or, SIX DOL-
LARS FOR SIx MONTHS.
THE TR[-WEEKLY GEORGIAN, Jbr the
Uauntry, is published to meet the arrangement
of the mails, three times a week, (Tuesday,
Thursday and ~,t,,i.',5,) 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.
August 14, 1847.


IN THE WESTERN CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA.
IN Franklin Circuit Court.
IN CHANCERY.
Arabella E. Hepburn, widow of'
Burton Hepburn, deceased,
Complainant."
Vs.
Joseph L. Hepburri, George 0.
Henburn, Annie E. Hepburn
and Caroline B. Hepburn,
heirs at law of Burton Hep-
burn, deceased; Daniel K.
.Dodge; the heirs of John'
Peabody, dec'd, whose trus-
tee is Daniel McDougald; .Bill for Dower.
John W. Campbell; Hudson
A. Thornton; Nathaniel W.
Thornton ; Hines Holt; Sea-
born'Jones, John H. Howard'
and Edward Cary, trustees of
James P. Calhoun & Charles
L. Bass, composing the late
firm of Calhoun & Bass;
William Howland; William
Sloan; Duncan McDou-
gald; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross,
a bankrupt; Daniel McDou-
gald; Joseph & Lawrence
O'B. Branch; William H.
Brqckehbrough and the Bank;
;of Pensacola, ;
Defendants.
IT appearing to mhe satisfaction of the Judge C,
this Court, by the affidavit of the Complain-
ant's Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter
named do not reside within the Western Circuit
ot the State of Florida, but within the United
States of America; that is, that the Defendants
Joseph L. Hepburn resides in the State of Texas;
the said Geoige 0. Hepburn in :he State of Mis-
souri; the said Annie E. Hepburn, and Caroline
B. Hepburn, and the said William Howland,
each in the State of New York ; the heirs of
John Peabody, deceased, and Daniel McDougald
their trustees; the said Hines Holt and Seaborn
Jones, John'H. Howard and Edward Cary, trus-
tees of'Calhoun & Bass; Mordicai Myers, as-
signee of George W. Ross, a bankrupt, and Dan-
iel McDougald, each reside in the State of Geor-
gia; the said John W. Campbell, Hudson A.
Thornton, Nathaniel M. Thornton and Duncan
McDougald, each reside in the Slate of Alabama ;
the said Joseph Branch and Lawrence 0'8.
Branch and William H..Brockenbrough, each re-
side in the Middle Circuit of Florida : It is there-
fore ordered, that the said Defendants hereinbe-
fore named, and every of them, do appear and
answer the said bill of complaint, otherwise the
same shall be taken pro confesso against them
and each of them in default : Provided, this order
be published in any newspaper printed in this
Circuit once a week for four months from the
'date hereof. Dated April 11, 1847.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
Judge fo the We-tern Circuit of Florida.
RANDALL & HAGNER,
Complainant's Solicitors. 20-4m


N OTICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge tit' Probates tor 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


NOTICE.-Six months after publication oi
this notice, application will be made to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, fbr a
final settlement of the administration of' the es-
tate of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said
county. ELIZA SPEARS,
February 14, 1857. 5-6m Administratrix.


Dry Goods.
T HE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
soaable 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.t
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
'Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams,
Super Cashmere d:Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs)
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Marseifles 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.


F"OR the cure ofDispepsia 6r'Indigestion, Bil-"
ious and nervous Headache, Constipation,
Diarrahma, Gout, Rheumwtism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency, &c., For sale wholesale andrretail, by
Dei 12 '3J..OaALLENy Druggist.

Tarrant's COmpound Extract -of
Cubebs and Copavia* --,
"a Stands unriVfared fo" iti
-"' S S efficacy; it'performs a cure
in a few "days--"f0 confine-
ment or resn'Mrchig ijn.dier;
/ .is necessary. -, A il b,:
found innlua bk pr .
pared ^ .-T^''ealest
possible-care-'2 upon welb
tested priricjMes, founded
upon th ial-f 6lwortant
first established by the cel-
ebrated -Dr.' Fordyce, viz,
_.3I "that a combination of sim-
ilar remedies would produce a more certain,
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equiva-
lent dose of any single one.' In -many cases the
disease is entirely prevented by it.s timely appli-,
cation. Fcr sale by
Dec-12 J. C. ALLEN, Druggist..


On Consignment.
THE subscriber has lately received on Consign.
ment, the following articles :
2 casks choice Old Port Wine;
1 cc Old Madeira Wine;
1 superior Old Scotch Whiskey;
2 Pale & Bro. Otard Brandy;
S Dark Dumond Brandy;
10 baskets "London Club" Champaigne.
Also, a variety of Segars, all of which will be
sold low, for cash only, by
EDWARD McCULLY,
Feb 27 50 Water street.
W ISTAR'S and Swayne's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 J. C. ALLEN.
HEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
S bale and case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
1 DOZEN, just received and for sale bv
April 10 H. F. ABELL.
;M RESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April 17 ft. F. ABELL.
UININE, Camphor and Piperine, !ust re-
ceived and for sale by
April 17 H. F. ABELL.
Sarsaparilla Syrup.
U3T received, and for sale by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
OFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
M BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 21 J. C. ALLEN.


di


B. Ellison & Co., 24 Water street.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes,
Hambroline, Wormline, Marline, Spun-
yarn, Oakum, Sperm Oil, Fall do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boiled do, Spirits Tur-
penine, Paints, Window Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Emerald do-,Imperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lith-trage, 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
Shelves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons, airlinee 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, Iton Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, ,Iooks and Staples, linges. Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant 1-laalvards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, [Iand L[eads, Deep
Sea do, Sheo! do, Kir do, Funnel-, Lanthorn%,
Chalk Lines, Pitoh P.)t, Log i;-oks, Crg,,) do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, .ce 'fee.
Apalachicola, Jan. 23. 1847.
GREEN & CONNERY, No. 36, Water street,
have just received and offer for sale
-125 sacks Green Rio Cofteee, (new crop;)
100 barrels Northern and Western Flour;
-200 Old Rectified Whiskey ;
'100 boxes white, pale and brown Soap;
5 hhds N. 0. Sugar; 5do Muscovado do;
20 casks Bacon Sides and Shoulders;
5 '1 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 N O Molasse- ;
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 halt bbIs do do;
20 boxes assorted Syrups;
20 ^ chests and boxes Gunpowder and Hy-
son Teas;
10 chests and boxes Powchong Teas;
q half pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
10 baskets "tHeidsieck" Champagne;
50 kegs Nails, assorted sizes ;
25 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread ;
3 tierces new Rice;
20 kegs and quarters new Bnckwheat;]
200 bushels Norther Oats.
Apa'lachicola, Dec. 5, 1846.


AND
Printers' Furnishing Warehouse.
J.o. 1-7 Canal street Row.
THE undersigned beg lea-ve to announce to
Publishers and Printers, that they have es-
tablished a complete and extensive TYPE FOUN-
DRY in this city. The Book Letter of this
Foundry was, cut to order by workmen of long
.,experience, and, as no expense was spared to
,oobtain'the handsomest faces and to perfect it in
every respect, we will venture'to say :it will be
; found as handsome, if not the handsomest in the
; .'United States. We have also a very handsome
assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the la-
test style, to% % hij% *+ would call the attention
,of Printers ple.'.re c..'ehasing elsewhere. All
articles manufactured by us shall be of a mate-
rial equal, it not superior, to any manufactured
at the North ; and as we shall sell Type at New
York prices, we trust to meet with encourage-
ment.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS
RULE and TYPE of any magnitude, with prompt-
ness. We would also particularly call the at-
tention of Printers to our LEADS, having an en-
,,fire new set of moulds, by which we are enabled
_to furnish a perfect article. We are also Agents
for the sale of the Napier, Wa&hington, and
Smith Presses, which together with Chases,
Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink, and
every other article required in the Printing busi-
ness, will be kept on hand, and furnished at
manufacturer's prices.
Editors and Printers wishing to eatablish a
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be fur-
nished with an estimate in detail for the same,
by stating the size of the paper, or the particular
style and quantity of w-ork to be executed.
0j- 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 theamount
of advertising bill in Type.
GREEN & CO.,
May 22, 1847. 19-6m 17 Canal st. Row.


In District Court of the United
States, for the Northern Dis-
trict of Florida.
IN ADMIRALTY.
Daniel N. McLean, and I
others, owners of the
steam boat Augusta,
vs. Libel for Collision.
The Steam Boat Eufaula,
her tackle, apparel and
furniture. j
N- OTOICE is hereby given to all whom it may
concern, that by virtue of an attachment
warrant of arrest, issued ip the above cause, I
have seized and taken the above mentioned Steam
Boat Eufaula, her tackle, apparel and furnilure,
to inq-wer to the libA filed therein, for damages
for a ctillisin, in a cause civil ;ind maritime.-
That the s1id procr<,s is retnrnmble before the
District Court of'thoe United Slate-z for the North-
ern Disirict of Florida, at the Clerk's office of
said Ciurt, in the city of Apalachicola, on the
third Monday (17th day) of Mav, instant, at 10
A. M., at which time and place the said cause
is to be heard.
Dated at Apalachicola, this 15th dav of May,
in the year 1817. ROBERT MYERS,
U. S. Marshal.
by H. R. TAILOR, D. M.
May 22, 184-7. 19-tf


CANADIAN VE RIfIIFUGE.
The remedy to which we would call the atten-,
(ion of tlie public, is one which has proved suc"
cesslul for a long !ime ; and it is universally ac-
knowledaed by all who have tried it, to be FAR
SUPERIOR to any other medicine ever employed
in diseases for which it is recommended. It not
oniv destroys WORMS AND INVIGORATES
T"HE WHOLE SYSTEM, but it dissolves ar.d
carries offthe superabundant slime or mucus SO
PREVALENT IN THE STOMACH A-^
BOWELS OF CHILDREN, tore especi.
those in bad health. The mucus forms the bed
or nest in which Worms produce their young,
and byremoving it, it is impossible for worms to
remain in the body: It is harmless in its eflect,
on the system, and the health of the patient is
always-improved by its use, even when no wormt
are discovered. <
The Canadian Vermifuge is only 25 cehntsj&
bottle and is much more easily administered, than
other.
Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co., 8i
Maiden Lane, New York.
H. F. ABELL, Agent
Jan 9 1 for Apalachicola.


<


Bagging ati fope.
1C Kepc ntucky Bagging;
1 0 .100 coils Rope;
.4 bales Bagging Twine, for sale by
WM. G PORTER S- CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.
iron, Nails, &c.
0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted sizes;
20 100 kegs Nails, do.
4 casks Weeding Hoes, assorted qualities;
20 Blacksmith Steel Faced Anvils;|
20 English and American Vises;
20 Befl0ows ;
12 dozen Spades and Shovels;
10 Collins' Axes;
10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
1 case Rowland's Cast Steel Mill Saws;'
1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 4 41 Water street.


Franklin Circunit Court,


STATE OF FLORIDA.
Charles Barnarnd, Abel'
Adams, George W.
Barnard and Charles
Larkin, Merchants, Attachment.
tradingunderthe firm Sum sworn to $4543 90.
of Barnard, Adarns 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. april17 14-4m


The G great Canadian Remedy;
WINEU:S PECTORAL SYRUP
OF HOREHOUND ELECAMPANE,
Unrivalled for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma;
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficul-
ty of Breathing, Pleurisy, Consumption,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
Bronchitis, a disease that is sweeping thoU=
sands to a premature grave under the name ot
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 pulinphary diseases. The great
success which has attended its use in that coun-
try, and the many truly wonderful curcs which
have been effected by it, has induced the pro.prieA-
tors to introduce it into the United States, con-
fident of its being the mriost safe and valuable re-=
medy ever discovered, and adapted to all diseases,
of the lungs, when any of the ftnetions d6 hot

perform their natural or hasty action,, exerting a,
most grateful and soothing influence ovei tb.&
functions of the whole system, dtmri'sfMig ex-
citement when excessive, allaying irr ttiowy ,
sorenesaand pain, and speedily impartingmrenew.
ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame. :,'
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retaiL-bY

JOHN WINER & Co., 83 Maiden Lane, _Noew
York, soie proprietor for the United States W
H. F, ABELL, Agent "
Jan 9 for Apalachicola,
Balsam of Liverwort. "'
A REMEDY most perfect is said now to be
discovered in settled Consuiriptinn, Live-p
Complaint, or any of their incipient symptcms;i
on the Chrono-Thermal system, by the use (J
Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated medicine, the
Genuine BALSAM Or LIVERWORT, which he pre-
pares-at 375 BOWERY. This plan of treatment,
now espoused by several eminent physicians, is,
and has been for a long time, the secret of the
unparalleled success which has attended Doctor
Taylor's medicine in performing its wonderful
cures, which in many, very many cases, have
been almost incredible, but the ,conclusive prvofs
the Doctor can bring forward are irresistible, aid
we advise all who may have coughs- or sini ple
colds even, to use this perfect specific withoutt
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'1
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, has on the bottle a
splendid steel plate engraying, to prevent coun.
terfeits signed by Gurdon J. Leeds, any other is
vile and dangerous imitations, and the public are
cautioned not to purchase or deal in it, as it-it
protected by the U. S. Copy Right Laws.
March 21, 1846. 12-1y


ve


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


Saratoga Water.
UARTS and Pints-, fresh, lor sale
April 17 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 opposite the city of Apalachicola, and
known as Cat Point, with the lands adjoining, as
will be sufficient to make the sum of Three Hun-
dred and Severty Dollars and costs, for the
amount of the State Taxes due from the Apa-
lachicola Land Company on the additional quan-
tity of assessable lands lying in this county, and
liable to Tax for the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and forty-five.
JOHN LUCAS, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector for Franklin Co.
Apalachicola, April24, 1847. 1.5-6m.


Blank Books and Stationery.
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. ABELL.
For Sale,
1 0 BBLS FLOUR; 50 bbls. Whiskey;
100 50 bbls. Molasses; 20 hhds Sugar.
Just landed from schooner Ann, and for sale
low, for cash, by
March 27 NOURSE, STONE & CO.
H ATS and Caps by the case low for cash by
B. ELLISON & CO.


Franklin Circuit Court.
D. K. Dodge, )
vs. IN CHANCERY.
James C. Watson, et al.
D. K. Dodge, -
vs.t Bill for Partition.
D. McDougald, et. al. 5
G EORGE 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 'Co
me as Special Master in Chancery to actand re-
port upon the same, after having given 30 days
notice by publication in the papers. It is there,
fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defen-
dants Watson, McDougald, et. al., and all others
interested, to appear before me in the city of
Apalachicola on the seventh (7th) of April next
then and there to present or defend their respec-
tive claims, &c.
CARRAWAY SMITH
Special Master in Chanceey.
Apalachicola, March 6, 1847. 8-5t
"-| The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until Friday, the 16th inst.
Apalachicola, April 10, 1847- 13-1t
W- The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th June next.
A Apalachicol, April 24, 1847. 15-2m
' ^The hearing of the above matter is post-
poned until the 30th of November next.
Apalachicola, July 3, 1847.


Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient.
"HTEALTH RENEWE)D, and an invigorated
11Land healthfut condition of body produced
:by the use ol' f *\R N- 1\N"S U'.-:1:'IVESCENT
SELTZER APE; ;:?< i.
This prepta' ,i 1 w;ivei'ally allowed to be
the mast ,)m! )".': *idy of the present day, for
the preventi,,i .-d curee of Indigestion, Bilious
and.jLiver Coinni.p.Jinis, Nervous Weakness, Head-
ache, Hear; Gii, ;i',ilu;( Coslivenes-,, &c.
Travehe'- ,iid residents in warm climates will
find it a doirabtie article ; it prevents any accu-
.'*ulation of bite, is portable, and the method of
preparation is unusually convenient. Children
have frequent occasion for gentle and cooling
purgatives; !hey wit! take this aperient in pre-
ference to any olher. Sold wholesale and retail by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist, &c.
Di'-gis & 111edeciies.
r-HE subscriber has just received per recent
-L arrivals froin New York, a full and com-
plete stock, consisting in part, Sulph. of Qui-
nine, Hyd. de Potassii, Caustic Potasse, Solicine,
Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Luner Caustic,
Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jalap,
Ipicae, 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.


Tobacco.
Qf' HALF boxes Manufactured "W L Roane"
7/ Brand.
44 half boxes Manufactured W Price" Brand.
39 do. "
28 "W Barlow" "
48'22 lb. boxes J W Morgan" "
1-2 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 '( "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 OilCloth, I and 2 yards wide;
3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting;
3 Cotton "
2 Stair "
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.,
Dec 5 41 Water street.
Boots and Shoes.
OY'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
and for sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec 5 41 Water street.


Peter's Vegetable Anti-billious
Pills.
A FRESH supply, just received and for sale by
April 17 H. FR ABELL.


For Sale,
10n HHDS. choice N 0 Sugar;
50 bbls Flour, by
Feb 2 NOURSE, STONE & CO.


Lamp Oil.
INTER strained, a splendid article, forsale
by [jan30] J C ALLEN.


ALAD OIL, just receivedand for sale by
Apr 1 17 H. F. ABELL


COLD Pressed Castor Oil and Saratoga Water,
just received and for sale by
April 10 H. F. ABELL.


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


Florida MIolasses.
N tierces and barrels, for sale oy
B. ELLISON & CO.
Feb 20 24 Water street.


Dry Goods.
DRILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton Osnaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flannels, Blan-
kets, Tweeds, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c. &c.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 23 Water street.


"SET 'E, ItUP'."
Athenaeum Bowling Saloon.
T-HE subscriber bpgs leave to announce to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
become sole proprietor of the above establishment,
and hopes by proper management and strict at-
tention,to merit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House.
All persons indebted to the above establish-
ment, will confer a favor by settling with the sub-
scriber. JOHN B. JONES.
Apalachicola, April 9, 1847. 13-tf


Franklin Circuit Court.
Barnard, Adams & Co.,)
vs. I .
VS. -nhtCnancery.
John Dill and Elizabeth fc
Ann Dill. J
IT having been made to appear by affidavit that
the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann
Dill, reside out ot 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


SE[DLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.
SULPHATE and MURIATE of QUININE,
for sale by
July 17 J. C. ALLEN.


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


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


Bailey's womic Mixture.
I "'irS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
L Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable f'ebrituge
for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by
June 12 IL F. ABELL.


Carpenter's Extract of Buchu.
WARRANTED genuine, for sale by
July 17 J, C. ALLEN,


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


lmfttnistratotsr 'ottcc,


FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Drugs, M edicines, Paints, 01 O
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, &c.
THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public tor their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving an addition-
in al supply, which added to his former
stock, renders his assortment unusually large
and complete. English, French, German and
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are offered
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others on
the most liberal terms-all of which he warrants
pure and unadulterated.


PROSPECTUS
OF THE


FLORIDA WHIG,
A WEEKLY PAPER,
TO BE PUBLISHED IX\ M RgI.AW./.
THE, undersigned propose publishing in the
Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a
weekly newspaper with the above title.
This paper will be devoted to Literature, Agri-
culture, and Science; it will also contain the
current news of the day and articles in support of
the Whig Policy.
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 commence its publica-
tion by the Ist of September.
TERMs-Three dollars per annum, in advance.
$3 50 it paid within six months; or $4 00 at the
end of the year.
BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO.
July 31, 1847.
Groceries and Ship Stores.
IO COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do,
Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea
Hyson do, Powchong do, Souchong.do, G(oshen
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams; Sides, Shoul-
ders, MNolasses, Whiskey, Mess and Priihe 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, Crackfers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,
Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oa-s, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Jan 23 24 Water street.
BOOTS, Shoes and Brogans, by the case;
Women's Shoes and Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans ;
.. .. fine sew'd Brogans;
Men's pegged Boots;
"' fine sewed Boots;
Russet Brogans. For sale by
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Jan 23 24 Water street.


R AN T -SA


WINNER'S




xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
fcla dl
!-- Commercial advertiser ( Newspaper ) --
METS:mets OBJID UF00048473_00096
xmlns:METS http:www.loc.govMETS
xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3
xmlns:xlink http:www.w3.org1999xlink
xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance
xmlns:sobekcm http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcm
xsi:schemaLocation
http:www.loc.govstandardsmetsmets.xsd
http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-4.xsd
http:digital.uflib.ufl.edumetadatasobekcmsobekcm.xsd
METS:metsHdr CREATEDATE 2008-09-05T13:53:18Z ID LASTMODDATE 2009-03-04T20:47:38Z RECORDSTATUS METADATA_UPDATE
METS:agent ROLE CREATOR TYPE ORGANIZATION
METS:name UF,University of Florida
OTHERTYPE SOFTWARE OTHER
PreQC Application, 4.1.4
METS:dmdSec DMD1
METS:mdWrap MDTYPE MODS MIMETYPE textxml LABEL Metadata
METS:xmlData
mods:mods
mods:genre authority marcgt newspaper
sobekcm newspaper
mods:identifier type ALEPH 001960138
OCLC 02713285
NOTIS AKD6771
LCCN sn 83016267
mods:language
mods:languageTerm text English
code iso639-2b eng
mods:location
mods:physicalLocation UF
mods:note additional physical form Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
dates or sequential designation displayLabel Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937. Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
mods:originInfo
mods:publisher R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
mods:place
mods:placeTerm marccountry flu
mods:dateIssued marc point start 1843
end 18uu
mods:dateCreated September 18, 1847
mods:frequency Weekly
marcfrequency weekly
regular
mods:recordInfo
mods:recordIdentifier source UF00048473_00096
mods:recordCreationDate 770201
mods:recordOrigin Imported from (ALEPH)001960138
mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
marcorg DLC
NPX
NPU
NPA
FUG
OCL
mods:languageOfCataloging
English
eng
mods:relatedItem original
mods:physicalDescription
mods:extent v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
series
mods:part
mods:detail Enum1
mods:caption 1847
mods:number 1847
Enum2
September
9
Enum3
18
18
Year
1847
1847
Month
September
9
Day
18
18
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Apalachicola (Fla.)
Newspapers
SUBJ651_2
Franklin County (Fla.)
Newspapers
mods:hierarchicalGeographic
mods:country United States
mods:state Florida
mods:county Franklin
mods:city Apalachicola
mods:titleInfo
mods:title Commercial advertiser
uniform Main Entry
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
mods:typeOfResource text
DMD2
OTHERMDTYPE SobekCM Custom
sobekcm:procParam
sobekcm:Aggregation FDNL1
FDNLN
sobekcm:MainThumbnail 0428thm.jpg
sobekcm:bibDesc
sobekcm:BibID UF00048473
sobekcm:VID 00096
sobekcm:Coordinates
sobekcm:Point latitude 29.725278 longitude -84.9925 label Place of Publication
sobekcm:EncodingLevel #
sobekcm:Publisher
sobekcm:Name R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
sobekcm:PlaceTerm Apalachicola
sobekcm:Source
sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:serial
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1847 1847
2 9 September
3 18 18
METS:amdSec
METS:techMD TECHMD1
File Technical Details
sobekcm:FileInfo
sobekcm:File fileid JPEG1 width 1000 height 1443
JPEG2 1462
JPEG3 1455
JPEG4 1457
JP21 3216 4643 servicecopy UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000960428.jp2
JP22 3168 4633 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000960429.jp2
JP23 3192 4642 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000960430.jp2
JP24 3176 4627 UFDC2\UF\08\07\04\43\000960431.jp2
METS:fileSec
METS:fileGrp USE reference
METS:file GROUPID G1 imagejpeg CHECKSUM 65332bf15b742725438a85138100a09c CHECKSUMTYPE MD5 SIZE 362906
METS:FLocat LOCTYPE OTHERLOCTYPE SYSTEM xlink:href 0428.jpg
G2 3860f4730bbef8d51194b68abdb15bcb 427079
0429.jpg
G3 d413da228fb4159ffd70a114de5c9c1f 376077
0430.jpg
G4 511eda01ff204aee3aabc7f73526b481 353219
0431.jpg
imagejp2 859942e5d6461eee390310383ca7f4c9 1866564
0428.jp2
36dd9ca72c1b9cf3022ca34c189f4215 1834726
0429.jp2
39e10e2f2ea6224e85973255202e29e2 1852230
0430.jp2
3f298adc833f4308a7d1388f63c76338 1836992
0431.jp2
METS:structMap STRUCT1
METS:div DMDID ORDER 0 main
PDIV1
PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
PAGE2
PAGE3
PAGE4 4
METS:behaviorSec VIEWS Options available to the user for viewing this item
METS:behavior VIEW1 STRUCTID Default View
METS:mechanism Related image viewer shows thumbnails each Procedure xlink:type simple xlink:title Related_Image_Viewer()
VIEW2 Alternate
Viewer zoomable JPEG2000s JP2_Viewer()
VIEW3
JPEGs JPEG_Viewer()
INTERFACES Banners webskins which resource can appear under
INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader


Commercial advertiser
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00096
 Material Information
Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: September 18, 1847
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960138
oclc - 02713285
notis - AKD6771
lccn - sn 83016267
System ID: UF00048473:00096

Full Text
\. ._r. ..-, .,..'J'. ,." "."_,'. "-""'"" I/IIk,'. ,' ''.''.'", ........-ffl: .,..., ..''',1i.7 '.":,' '_ '" ... ', :.J-,., "._"' 1-', ''.',.'.''"''''.'.'..''.'''- "', "" ....._.... ,,,,,,,-.jO '/'.._......_., "."' .....,.. .7.7". .


t.
<. .

,
r

.


'" .
-.
:
,

t
-



R, I 01umtrCto

Lbiertier

I
'

.1.1i ....- s14t r Y,r, -



.... .
-
--
i
,n __.__ _
LIBERTAS. CONSTITUTIO. ET XOSTr.\IPATltIA.
: -
v. ..
VOLUME ] '
APALACHICOLA; SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 !

.., -- --- .- 1847 f\TTTiUPF.R...!t :36J : .
-- "' .A '"
-- -- ---- --
COJDIEUciJIJ J 33tirjint. nj, Dtt'ct! r..... I .3 Ottr!?. -- retire to the Irit; to deliberate' on- their AI ---_- -, .- '
-- you were elected and I that
in I'll wise.
EVERY SATURD.Vr BT I-- verdict, when the defendent addressed am jail Pray over SOD who i is likely to
rcl LlsntD KF.XJAMIN Etusov. WILUAM A. \VooD.B. THE AMERICAN- MECHANIC.-- ---- court. the whip you, the court, the clerk, his bully and be wrecked on the stream of life, and hh
WVMAIV.tf. :
J. L. Ellison & Co., it everybody eke.Vhy I am going:: "to be prospects blasted foreter. He besaved. '
May may
BY
COMMISSION :MERCHANTS AUGUSTINE: DUGAXXE. please your Honor I want to married: and have
to-night fifteen
miles Cl
to lclro's
Friend.
-[ .
Cdiloi.Tn.rJ '. Lift few
C3. M. DAVIS, AND PF.ALr.RS IN-: up thy iron hand say a words, if you've no objections.; "
DRY GOODS GROCERIES Thou of the stalwart arm and fearless eye all ride.The /
HARDWARE By
,
means, shall be heard.
The
,
you
Lift proudly now thine iron hand sheriff explained matters to the THE MAUII1EI: : ) MAN'S: SOLILOQUY.
: a right to heard himself
l5fl and Chestnut streets.ciprnv. : CAPS: CKOCKKRY, SHIP and undaunted stand and by and! the sentence was commuted to one KY ONE: WHO K\OW".
r m-n-rc--: counsel
\ (> CHANDLERY Ac. ; proceed. hour's custodv. Blast tIle !
,
No women They are always fret-
'. :21 Water street. need has thou of gems Green, trembling from head to foot
'n-TDl: lo deck the temple of glorious ling;:; about something: or other Yesterday
I II liars annum, Jan 2S: Apalachicola, Fa. thy thought mbunted a chair (on the intimation of THE
.-rhr'e ) per Thou !hast the jewel! which thy mind has wrought the Tiiuri: HUSBANDS.Three the coal wouldn't burn and the
: ; grate: mustbeset
m.
'
or *1 .>) if paid within 1 sixi"J Richer than diadem Sheriil':) and spoke as follows : husbands
alvia-r E. J. Hardin jolly out in the country, ; and the furnace must be repaired ;
la >j if p-nd thereafter.: "Mister: Judge, and gentlemen of the the
1 by names-of TimTat
FACTOR AND COMMISSION Thou Joe Brown, and Knows what all and today il'.
'\ti\cil taken for a !less term than MX MERCHANT, art God's high priest I want to this mercy ; ,
lJon i Ollice No. G Columbus Standing before jury say much-I am guilty ; and BIll Walker sat late one drinking hot Save the
-5': will! invariably be charj d for (;) Buildings, great nature's mighty shrine ; I don't evening as as us from wants of
a'1"'. antI i \rt iu,'er will! be Discontinued until' _Jan 16 Apalachicola( Fa. I I'or the whole world the glorious task is thine, r10n'-1 justify the drinking of whiskey I at a vilage!! tavern: until being pretty :an inconsiderate woman Only I let her gel t;
111 "Irif .d nI '*1 at the o'uioa o. t the To spread the eternal feast. tried to persuade m attorney nut well corned agreed Ihat
11 are P i ;a ( ) they each one, on the upper hand and she'll drive like blazes !.
Roberts' Allen A Co.
t1Rd :; to make that
.t of :
"' ......#1\1 ItyelVe lines -DEALERS; I HARDWARE AND SHIP Even like the Hebrew chief du sort a defence but he imuld returning home, should do the first thing I But 1 won't be driven Not I If she
0 aC s ( it I drank
r" luJre a leetleof
: the
\1)fr.lTI"F.'H: \NDLERY Strikes thou the tock and from its deep whiskey! -but I his wife told him. :o default iii'which he wants ihe doors fixed wood dried!
nwt J at the rate of One 'D.l"Vjrthefirrf i IRON, STEEL, NAILS, took it i or or
M '. i all i he anl fifty Cents for every sn!>..e- ""PIKED CASTINGS, Mysterious: heart, the living waters leap, fur medicine as I have proved to you -hould! the next morning pay the hi ii. They water brought, or the leech sM r. or:the tubs
To give the earth relief. by the doctor who
;. rtl:)'1. And Mitnifacttircrs of Tin, Iron, and CopPer I've done prescribed it. I know then separated for the night, engaging to I hooped she may do it herself! Confound

''"VC'5: <@, ,vv< alvortic by the year a liberal ;;, llr ircs.IKr Michty among thy kind, wrong-\ery wrong' and I deserve meet again next morning. and give an honest j it !: I can't\ go into 1 the house, but some '

'''al, ri,; I.?: -n i.e: bit illaJrerti-spinent-i _1 'J :Analachicola' Fa.ta. StandeM thou, man of iron toil, midway! punishment ; but I lfZ ;and pray this account of their proceedings at home, so tiling.! is wanting If It isn't one thing it i is:

,1'I Iz: It 1 l'tr (t,,'" b'I"II1t>. 3. well Uetueen the earth and heaven, nil things to sttav. .Honorable....., Court have pity on my wile and far as relate 1 lo the payment of the (bill. another. I'll leave my boot in the parlor N
W. X\'M. W. Ciirri\' P :
i>ii : rR. y thy high working mind !
".I' 'I,: !; " Mine A Cheerer.COMM1ssitlN
.. ,r/H I I' > H tl! rtf-8. I ; I MERC1fANTS: Thou ('an' t delve :into the earth, Hast thou ;it wife !" interrupted) the were early :at their post*, but it was sometime help herself! See if I dOIl.I.V ;'Ii see
1i d"'r'i'! ?'n 'ats *n'tst h,' mlailfor : And from its Court.
ll ;
'r \:! 1' I) r ; mighty cave.hnng forth pure sold beforeYat"'on made his appearance. who will be mater. Before we were mar-
: 21: VatcrW.
: l2-y.: :I. Thou oanVt "I I have "
liHl"11 unwrap ih' Houdi in (leaven )lolled, replied the defendant. Walker began first ried i it '
I dec .jJaladl1'o1a Fla. :- was- If you pe.se! my dear-but!
.-,r t'r i .< viii, | S.! c'lirz J f r an lotinc5 And cite the llliiohbmrth.; And children ?" You hen I entered house
1 see v my the cracky If her tone hasp changed:; She
". ': -. : .,- 5--. I T. \\00" I I15.: DAM.OU. Thou ha1-! the the !'li>rmy S,M "No ; no children, may it pcae! the candle wao; (jill, ;anal the fire gave but a glimrneiing shall and shant, from wet !..'S cud to neek'n

11': I .-- ,i' n'mt5 fran a ilitati.. : '" wist: Wood iV Hallou, Chained to tll'hallol wlie d"l und: the wild! winds Honorable.. Court, but tnycifc is in a J fl.r/" light: I rame near walking: into a I end, and if I venture to (put in a word edgewise -

.". i 1 ,1" ':it > t liP ca-jh, or city rtttere,te: COM :M MISSION: : :MERCHANTS Obey the oVr'niimi. : mt.'lWt!! that binds A fix ?" pot of hatter tint the pancakes were to be I 1.m shut 1 up by her infernal clapper !

,.'1" I'.rl:1.. O.ljce; No. 42 Water street.-UtTirs.| The ru, !llng; winlo;; IhlO'e. Yes, a fix." made; of this 1I10rnin:.:. My wife was so.. Talk about late hours and extravagance !

Jan {Hi) -- -AjuLicliicolrt-- l Fa. Thou canVt hid Thondit go forth Pa kuner, what do you mean by you dieadfully! out of humor at setting up so i \\'onderwhat she calls late hours I could

:3I! iltltg0 Ofurctoun.II A Thomas I'resloii, 1'1'0111110:> <-Irctne !'Initln> of ih- HIT wife bring in a fix ?" long: shr sail] to me :aici; <;ticdl> I stay out once until broad day light, and she
.
H :-' ---- -- ; -----:-- COMMISSION: : : :MERCHANT: ) TOBACCO And ihroiisli Try, ;words the from posclpss South etin-r Nc-nli.thou! c.inst bear Why, your Honor" proceeded ac- Do put your foot in the !bailer !' too, if the I p.iriy: was a:;rceeI,le. nut now

,.:.iT. '. If..J, ".....,.. '\\.roo.o.! INSPECTOR AND P.ROKKR. to cii,;ed, she will short I lyhecontetlie mother o.J l1'ir as:: you !say, Maggy: ,' said I, and if I chance to tend the club once a week! ,

\ ;y:11....I', M:lat'! & Co., No. ?:; Water st.-Olllce !sit'nn'I) bark room. Thou can'rt: new Iuds: : cr.>;ttf, of a fatherless orphan, ifymt throw me crrruoard without the least hesitation I set m\ foot in there i is a nretty mess directly. And I.luu''t

.i 111 >; sl;; I ) :\ MCRcU.4'Nrs( I Dec 'Jo Apalachicola: i Fa. Where the wild rolling wave no IIM-'ITV,.. own?, .'" the pot of batter, and then went to"bed." never think of her (irmcions: me I wish
WaVr-treot -- And the \'n-t 1 diftance f o">po-ni! /::> n -: "
-
:No. Pi Throw
---- CanVt 1 thou annihilate you overboard'hat: )has put Next Joe Brown told his story : I could forget her: for five minutes, jest tosee
!
'PU.L J. :U. Hull(
.1i1lrllil"lIh. A ,
I I H J. II. ; that into "
head : t wife had
your : prisoner ? My already; retired to ret in how it would seem. it'young; met
MEKCIIANT
:
tI: i'l n't .\: VoilllVT, ACTORS & COMMISSION Lift, then thy hand to hear.-( "Oh !" groaned (ii'ee11Iiiagoll';:: "I I know our sleeping: room, wliirh adjoins the Kitchen only Knew Hut r.o If a man says a

.1 11 J .. "I I (0 V tll.1 I FOR Vf .\ R DING No. -1Wat crt reel, 1-\ Spread thy toil Frpj.tre\ ,,'-r the-. 'vi! ...d the ptinisiiment of my crime ; my counsel: an'I the door of wl.icha* ajar. Not word he is set down fur a ninny. He ;must:
\nAl.aCnCnf.t Tlioa! h.l .
th vot.d I
nee I'! it-t t tntru-f.; ;.i ,,;, .. '
': 1ERCU.INT I I S.0. .- Earth, to thy charge" i-\\-! \ < > has; told me all about it : !I'm to be thrown bf'ing :..be! to navigate; perfectly well, von grieve and bear it, if it cuts ever: ?o close.

S 3J Water. .tr. pt. Charlo f..->jer'" J..hn Mnnn.: Eugene:; W. Rogers.: .. -....- -_._-_. .--.. "" m-rboaid, to prevent my again drinking a ythir \know I made\: a dre.idfiJ. clattering among' '; And! oyster supers.t'ourltr: if slie Jon't
t htta! -Ilicnla FI.oI ... :
,,121 : Ciia, Eto:;ors fc Co., ;g 'but cold water !1" the household furniture, and in no very like oysters. rVII me about propriety of
---1
-.- ; VH IItV.! Ih*:r.!. J. DAY. COMMNSION: I I :M ERC 11 A NTS, iHtsccHanrousCOURT. .. .. Finding: the poor fellow took the matterso pleasant tone, she bawled! out, silting: : down to the breakfast;: table with her
-- --- .
r .f. !> iy A- Co.. Water street, OF-UNCOMMON -----. seriously, there was a general desire for Do break the | orridge pot Joe !' hair uncombed ? Once she was all ciuls

F r-, 1IS! < l t.1S 1 M I !! ''tCJI ,\XTS, dec 12 ...- --Apalachicola- :-,. Fa- I'LEAS.: hi" acquittal.Th ( ; "No sooner said than done. I seized and) smiles Now she's slatternly as a washerwoman -

a ) o. .,.! \\dt->r ..tr.'t, C.\- GREEV. C. H. CONSERV.rocn TiMPKBA.xcnf J Tllirtmfnt for rthiske./. Judge: gave a charge to the jury full hold' of the hail of the pot, and !striking it Blast ihe race They oughtto

.., :) \lttti ''''''' 1t. F,:&. ., {, t V Cotincry, 1'- :' drin/-ill* out" of a jug of nice' points of law, and' leaning greatly towards against:; he I chimney jnm, broke it into a be indicted for obtaining! : husbands:: under
'. V -U "t.trtlf '}lit I m-!mrdar'' Cn JAMES flEE\. S
-i- : :MERCl1.1NTS the riitr.Vithout hundred pieces. After this exploit I retiredto false! If they'd only show out
'- ,' :1 I mi f tVinmv ('n" a.id the ;tLtrt- COMMissloN 1 = I I p leaving; their pretence- ,
i I 1 '<" I ;I Ilr'tr, I O --- :\I.U..CIIICOI. ... FA.1'diean lithe reader has travelled much in thp. i "We, ihe jury, find the defendant not for my pai.is." no, they'll smile and smnk and twitter until

r A; Uoluu'I %. Mutiiul Insurance (a. of Sew York. west, he has witnessed: the proceedings of guiltand recommend him to mercy. The It was now I Watson's turn to give an a I fellow is fairly caught; and then, by Jupiter -
I \ .II 1 'tON. I M CKC I HANTS, ciiAA.. < ; ;:JIINVnt.: self-constituted slit-nil' of thelIou't haul down their colors
courts on the boiler decksof treat the jury-the attoruics account himself, which he did with avery if !
1f'ltt al.I far, tftf Dec ;3 NIL :'V i Watertrctt.. .steamboats. It has been the luck of ihe pay costs-and the Judge to fill the jug long face, as follows : And then-the baby! lending! Ifs worth a

> >, r'' \t. i wuvn COMPAN: .lolin S. II iitcliiiisonUCTI wiiti-r of this sketch to act as Judge of many which the defendant drank out of, and "My wife gave me the most unlucky\ fortune to be compelled to heat the squalling -

'1' nC':'tft f''k, _\ UN IER: : AND! COMMISSION: :; of ihe!
\ '. '1 Watertreet, MI 1 : P. CHANT he has been called! on to pass judgement on The defendant, when he heard t the '.'er- [ tip-stairs in the dark, she cried is the eternal complaint. If I had my way

1., :lTtlachi. fth, Fa. :No."in: W.itrrtre pt. many of his /fellow travellers during the diet read, ( fell down on In3 knees in ih.tnkfiihie out, I'd shake the cholic out of them in a harrv : -

'- Vi.'. -:-.-:* iritti .V f'-(. -- ca''tiritnatrn J -1i.m'titchlrOLA, Fi. last twenty year:; *. -renewed |his temperance pledge: Do break; your rcck-o} Tim But no ; they must betlosedttithpinkand

"- ; ;. M ,:< \\ii' <;0.\i.MISS IO j I -.; -a'.-. 1''-. rarrior- -- -, -- In the conns here spoken of the jurisdiction thanked the Judge and the gentlemen: of 'I'll! 1! be blamed if 1 do, Kale'said I as annis and onions, and the deuce Knows

1 : I:,I \ S r-:;. .iXE-\L: !: Tt;:j/ri'.iviv-, !: ;. FtI.n\\HlJIXli.\m I ; :: is (gf'r.eialy! co-extensive with the boats I the jury and :!nth his wife's name called I gathered myself up, I'll sooner pay the what, and trotted until their gizzards: : are
V ". t UVater 1 '.:fN t. ( ': > .1'I"\X! t \ > \II'J :/:('! l .\\T"o .* on which they are hdd. and it is very iJowu blessings on the hole crow,!. bill. Ami so, landlord here's the cat! for fairly shaken! out and! then if any one is lit

i \;,.ii..'.'iir.,',a. Fa.n. '\: ;'il Il'al''rtire' dom an individual ;:is found who is Sf'I.\\ [>'/. Lwis Reveille, \011. This is t the last lime I i I'll risk five be Kepi up, why Siocum can set up, it won't

-:-. \.'-.-.-i &- <:I>., -I.n) -:; -- -,\"tlleh"o1.l.. ---, -n.t.-!-- 'hough:; to call! in question' its powers- ;dollars on the command) of my wife" hurt hun But I've done v itli it ; I won't

t 1.1 l a 1.t; i \ \ V .. 1.Oit V lttlIN'C t I !'. \V. Cnlclt! hence the sentences are I pretty generally .fCLNi IN COC1 T. ---_. that's a fact. \Vhat's tint you say ? Mended -

\i :';CII.\\ f>, ,\ UCTSONEERND J COMMISSIONMERC : : I : carried I l into Hfert without ics'Mance.In A trial) fur murder in the first degree; MOTIiCU! PRAYING HER :SON HOME mv pants ? And (tour new shirts, and r

V ", Oi>inwri: It > v, t I I II AN r.Si I!. I the siimmer of 13-14 wlu-u all was came ofT a short lime ago:; within less than Wlnt\, thoughts: crowd around ihe heart at[ neckcloth ? Well I declare Mrs. Slocum

\'u .2--I''! A.it'ii";ii,- ,!'i. Fia.V >ffii a s\arr of Public Palronnzf. "Imriahfor CI- :\" and hurrah fur Polk,'' a hundii-d miles of ci\'ili/alioll. the mention of these words Years may i is c'everafierall! If she didn't! scold ro- ,

--- ---- O. t 2l \p'J.'l.ClIICOI.A' I FA.COIMIS a ten of the Couit' of Uncommon Picas The accused was a big negro, shining pass away ; mountains, rivers, anti oceans; but no matter, I Know I provoked her, or

'.1 v Vv.i' 'V\j \Iclrxzrr, was "begun airl held") on hoard the White !black with hair a? still and coarse as the may inteivme between us and the spot she wouldn't do it. I'll give in ; I'll ownupI'll
"VvtV ':1 J;:i'n'-ir!. t O(''U' tt:; tI 0!'IH'. I teeth of machine.Cleik. where! first heard mother's The remain ler lost
Cloud Capt. Roberts: during her : : a carding; : we a (prayer yet was:
.' ) MI i <;;S i ) V1 B !ilC H A XT S >ION FCItCHA\ NTS:;, voyage
from St. Louis to Louisville. .- Prisoner !10" upon the juror.- they cannot be lost to memory. Sickness, in something: like a kis. Five shirts must
N .i. 1 U 'A'dter treot, No. l.t:1.: C'trleSrrr: :; >,
*: :. '! 1- ; ;. V1 )liachinlaF'a. :N''w-Orleans: After the organization; of the court by juror look upon the prisoner Do -you sorrow and l neglect; may: he :"sujTered and have done it-for Slocum forgot lo swear
,- -. Axnnew S. CM:. AMOKtlvaid -> IIunx. the' appointment: of ihe}Iudge, Prosecuting challenge: ? I even tic! heart, may seemingly: become cal-! when be was asked! to tend the baby.

-*. V: .1. Sv c'l i Hfc 2'. leI, ". Attorney, Clerk and Sgt'till: proclamationwas I Couiis'.1! for the prisoner.- Not preemptorily. lotis to all good impression, yet at the .
; r.! : <. \:i.1'u: j in: f \If. (;TiOF! :IL "
.HcCiilly; made by ,the latter functionary that all sound of a mother's praying mother'slIamea MARRIED AND UNMARRIED WO II: .
'
; .- i r ,i'' ir ," 'I'uifi trod t'"l'Ittiu, :; ii fdnlity.
",I I 11" III t'tI-hip-tnre8. AUCTIONEER was r:1dfor business. The fiat case: on It'rl.-I1:1\'c: you formed or ('xpn'si'cd chord is touched which thrills There is beauty as well as truth in the

No. \\"ater.trl'd, the docket was: ihe one stated at ihe head: of an opinion with regard to the guilt or innocence through the soul, and rarely! faiU to awaken following allusion to the difference betweenthe

\ 'ii-. I .\ntlfhicola, Fla. Ouice No. 30, Waerstreet: this report' The defendant, Ureen, a deck of the accused: ? better feelings.; Does danger: :; threaten 1Ve ?- situation of married and unmarried ladies -

Jan M Ap.ildclnoola; Fa. passenger! : had been delivering a temperance Jnior.-Why, what a question.< How \ hope, and! perhaps loudly anticipate, of a certain age," from "Tales! of the

\\T' ii..- F..tbel1 HFT-.n., I). nauru..th, I lecture in the cabin, and was retiring;: to' should I ? [Clerk repeats) : the question.] thai a mother's! prayers which have been world" by Mrs. C. Baron \\"1Ison.h" .
i ) :\I.E: t n
\LEt: iv: ints, MCDICINF::';, PAINTS AUCTION AND! CHI11.IO. ; :MERCHANT, his quarters on the lower deck, when he vas .J uror.-Why I never seep, lnin brfuir.Clerk. oliVrc.l f ill our behalf, may be ivverrd. \\? "are so many single women of middle -

IJ:1.: .;;. ca. \-:;'. :,., &,1'. AND GENERAL AGENT arrested by the Sheiiff and brought befoie"the \ .-Answer the question, yes or no. Never: dill i see this Iwre forcibly illustrated age morose or mischief-making ? Because

1'1' .!:,. ,..r.ii i as"utttnent of tatiller\. EOFAULA: ALA.: Honorable Court.'* I never saw a !111 i- Juror.J -No. sir-r-ee''; I than; in the cause of a weathei-Leatea having abandoned) in youth, as toils

(' .r. if V-tirit' and 1Vatgr .tr>>(*tTii *, {jjC lton bought: on order. soner at the bar," charged with murder Court.' -No sport here-it is too seriousa sailor w hu resided one of our coast towns. those resources which would have proved

\ I ,\nilichir..b.: Fa. Refers to manifest more fear than did this poor fellow matter.Clerk. 1 had the narrative from tit lips of the pleasures, when the heyday of life was::

-- II. !>. EV'i. >:tt'ia-- J.n. G.F. D'JXLAP nI-T>EV', }) New Orleans.; ,: -the reason will appear' hereafter. Time .-Have you any conscientious scruples mother. In making his homeward passage, t pas"r their minds have become a barren

'm. i C'tl'iin'ius!! BIII.lm: Mer.i' <. WIMK & MCKENZIE: Al'aIacllicl..Ja.1 indictment was read, charging him, the said ? as he doubled the stormy Cape" a dreadful soil and weeds have sprung up where flowers

", i ', ]I.> ] _,. Apalarhirola. Fa. .i. "?. I Hurciuv-ov: 5 I Green, being;- at the time a member of the .J ure,r-1 |have, a few left. tarn! : arose. The mother had heard of might: have flourished.
temperance society, with having: wilh CI'lk.-1: mean about inflicting capital his: arrival "outside the Cape" aud was The situation of a married and unmarried : .,

nct'.|:i itin Stlter: malice aforethought" drank wi-key out oC (punishment.Juior. awaiting with the anixety a mother alone female, it must be confessed, is very
'r11I\Ii > < I I'It\ ::\iE1tcu.1NT, 3Jroft/ rJ onal Xotfcrs.nLSTOXEY I
'I, r Watertr- t-t stain -_.. a jug-contrary to the dignity of the t'::m- .-None whatever I do assure you. can:\ know, to see her son. But now the unequal ; the former having; greatly the advantage -
,. -Up r' -- T. perance cause: and the interest of I ilje; 1 arkeeper This emphatic declaration brought: theprisoner's storm had arisen and, as she expected, : in the scale of earthly happiness: ;
'I t i. 1 h J J': Apalachicnla Fla. ;
1 l GREEN I l )L l 1)) of the White Cloud, Arc., Arc. counsel to his (Vet, who was /going when the ship was in time), most dangerous and the world makes the distinction still

-- n I r :D)IVJE. CH "RI.fs PRATT- !;"/- May be found at his residence, corner ofCetitn "Prisoner, you have heard the char-'e- to argue that the m:inner in which the place.: Fearing that each blast as it swept more unequal, than nature intended it.

J>0:1;0 A: Iraff. : and Hiri! streets! opposite the Mansion are you guilty', or not guil'.y/ 0 juror's last answer was given was a good I the raging deep might howl the! requiem of At thirty-five, the married woman i is .

::r':?:1: ; 'c;' c \ixns ;ov: MIIIICHAXT.S:' !ll'juc.' Nov b.Dr. Not guilty," rep!ierl the trembling cause for a challenge, but was stopped by her sun with faith strong in God, she commenced considered in the noon of life ; while the

\1. I') Water Street, Crem-" that is, na'e, guilty; I did take the court. praying for his safety. At this moment single one is looked upon as posse 1. Again,

V ;__!ii_. ._T \nldrhic'ili.( Fa. A. \" CIiai>iiiaii, I a line bit of-'" J Cleik.-Are you akin to the prisoner ?IJuror. news came that the vessel was lost the wife has less necessity to depend upoa
(cr:: 0:Jice over the Drugstore ol B. S. Hawley: "Prisoner The father an unconverted[ man, had till intellectual from the
.I. It. Taylor; ans ,,'er distinctly to the charge .-What. pleasures as resources:
rII > .n; .) \ AND: FORWARDING (house eniiance lately on occupied Chestnut' by*>tic-et.Dr. Udlt/.ell.) Jlesidence at the -are you gu'/uy, or not guilty ?" [Clerk repeats the rJlle tiolJ. ] this time preserved a sullen silence, but now lassitude oi ennui. She I! hit; duties to f1e -

:dI IHCHANT J.t 1111 iary"lO, h W. 2-tf ]Is thc;{> any lawyer aboard ?" asked the Arc you akin to the prisoner ? he wept' aloud.!! The mother obsen'ed.hit fore l. !<:i her station: in life be what il may,
:-; .. -- ---------------- looking fcaifully around at ihe uror- you me Io which the single w m:1 cannot
t 1\' .\lI.tlaC'hi"h.- \V. G. M. Davis, ero':.d. Clerk.-Are you akin lo the prisoner ? well ;" and again, in a subdued and sof;'l<:n-I vary the inouoiony of her existence. The

FrancisUK Inltuan[ I ATTORNEY AND} COUNSELLOR LAW, I Yes" replied the Court[ there are Juror.-Your face is blacker on Sundays ed =spirit, bowed and commende; her sou I I matron, if she be a mother, \II find sufficient -

T t''t.' ':_ \ tVTRETtmt.'n T'U ," O1;'r-* his.services to the public in either of t'e ] tny number of them en board :going to the than mine is on week days, and] your hair is and her partner, in an audible voice broken\ I l stimulus to keep tip or icvire, m the
YI'JtJ'; ;) jrs, ""1'E' -;, ; i vrCLOTH -, .\ 0; above capacities. Whig Convention at Nashville ; you are wool. Are you akin to the prisoner ? only by the burstings a ";',:.il,, heart: to (God. I early instruction which it is one of woman:

I ('II/.'O'it_"I r.t.paladut'ula.I IN?;, xg.tl 'Ia.! j He will ,practice regularly: i in FranJ.-r1! Cal- I entitled to counsel, and the Court assigns I* Clerk.-Answer the question. Darkness had now :Bread her mantle I sweetest privileges to give her offspring, the

: t .' huuuend J,1ck-tlIlCUCUlt Courts:!-a-.j trill, upon| I you L. \'. B-y, Esq., so you can uu- i Juror.-Akin to the d- my family are aboiiiti and they re'HC; : but not to rest and I knowledge and accomplishmeuts she: has
.1 >'J.::1. a <...pecidl j retainer ;act as C Cir'y: Court : bosom yourself him" I respectable white people anxiouslyvaitej l : for the morning, ; (hoping, at I learned in her own youih.

IV-iti.l A Co. of the Middle \ :. also, The worthy gentleman named readily accepted Heie the cloudy brow of the court indicated least that so[,,,c relic of their lost one mightLe '. What pleasure! can be higher, or more
> < : :: { > l' .l) t EMISSION the Cnurt '
argue; cares in ; Appeals: at Toliahas- the appointment, and! a jur being that the conference should be cut: fount't unalloyed, to the! bestow, whatstglt more
\1.: lr"i[ v : see, tile scions of wj.ich, he will always be short and the counsel -ding 'l'h" : than a matron,
\" 'u: I 'I't ) ; ':-1. : I.!. present at, unlc-J- 'rr.-veiiled !bv accident. empaiiucled the I trial! commenced.: I prisoner's no inoning came. The winds were endearing to the beholder

-1J! :!:. A ...hdiclla! Apaladl col1'!., Sejitetnlter: !:, 1') 11.3. The pio-i-cuimg: attorney, who was no j good from the juror.s contell ptuous opinion Ill"''IH'd. and the ocean lay comparatively o'er whose brow the shadow ut time, like
_--- --. other than my |m-ndCol.; A. B. C rs'l ol his client, challenged the juror for cause, '.:.1111, as though: its fury had subsided since that on the dial has passed, yet left muchof

r. I. k i-ili i V: Co., .\. GATTORNEY. SCllllnS, ihe well MIOUII dpostff of temperance, made namely, an opinion expressed. I its victim was: no more. At this moment, the sunny light of life behind. leadingher
Il\I1
1 :S :si f0.1 II E U C II A NTS, 'I
which
:.Vo. 45 Water .Street, I AT LAW. a splendid, "openiu' ,;." Hi- !insisted,l th-il in- 1 I I Juror continues.-What am I inn'l1li.el] I the lithe gate in front of their dwelling turned daughter to emulate ihe 'graces ot
_'j.-*,1! Fa. SiMmon's the and : by that blackguard clerk, anti now The door opened, and I she herself is so lair a pattern ? Or to
: Of
2L ApiUeliieola. t;:Z:$- Ojflce, A'o. 2 dipt. Building, Ic.tiipt'rauce; was unpardonable: sin I One I on its hinges.) :
------ cor. ol Centre & Com mer:e sl reel s. demanded that, the jury if convinced 0the\ I I his hired bullies has chalh-ngei'. me no, i'lieir son, their lost, their loved son, stood mark a son, in all the pride! youthful mau-

:). C. Allen, nov5; Apal.l('!,ictb. Fla. guilt of the accused, should inflict. the I'll fight his clerk first, and hi-.., bully|| aftc- before them The vessel had been driven hood, paying back with l love, little short.ot

>\\.1.\ ,,11'1 1 lltaU P 'alpr! in -. --- ----. severest punishment known to the law. wards.Court. into one of the many harbors on the coast, adoration the carES of her whose gentle 1 instructions -
t LJ1U':< OILS
'' n'Mr'r.Bs., PAINTS. aider
-how! that the to Juror.-Sir, The father rushed to first lured him to seek the .
all safe.
tLi.A: i; tIs1l; !::;. e.ie. II. 2. Owens The evidence went to 'jouare; ; challenged, and he was his
al-o, I ATTORNEY AT LAW accused had certainly: commuted damning e von may retire. meet him. His mother already hanging; on paths of knowledge, and at whose knee

** .J fiirra.l t\iortnienf. *,' I YTOuuo'ir County, Alabama. deed-he had! must '.urely ilrauk whiskey! Juror.-I never yarned: back on friend or his neck, earnesty exclaimed, )1) child, infant 1 ira}er was first breathed I -
: ..
C'L. ;
}:J.\. .tL\K; .:; r,- J. FI"0... ..c C. I : 2-tf -more than th.it. In; :i. .id drank it out of a foe-I'll not retire. how came you here ?" 'lher feelings grow cold-other memfnrle3

',I..''i t l '"".-nut ic Coniir..rrce Mreet?, April 29! 151 G. jug !- Theie wag no rover ::,-tung IOU II" it, or Court.-Sir, Von are (-m, '>imillf>,1 l for itvell- Mother" said he, whilethe tears coursed p ass away ; but the gentle t 'lJge,:t.LI

--=---- Ap itachicola, Fla.\ John Bilbo, it, or under u ; t- i 1' -ir.mk: he had-he ty-four hours for clIlI;ell,,,1 r rot; of f:court. Sher- down his sunburnt face, I knew you'i .'. the mother who has \'; t b.J our Cii--.

U. S. lIu\'ley, ATTORNEY AT LAW had drank wikv an)'!--out--ufi-a-j.tm.g! ill: take htiri into .USIOrJ)'. pray me home !" I hood-her love her te'1'd etness, her untvear on

\Cr On t \\: ;) COMMISSION MERCHANT, ALBANY: GA.WILL The counsel tor the piisom-r' ; finding ihe Here the s'.ieriff; who was a resolute, What a spectacle a wild, reckless devotion, wi Ureter be n1iroled

fcC -Vo. :.* Water street, practice in the several Court of the fact could not be romn/vi-rted. endeavored pood-natir\ +:t' man, walked oil' arm in arm youth acknowledged the efficacy ("Ii prlycr. I the human heart.!

___/__ Apalachicola Fa. -We.tern Circuit, amid Thomas and lo j uglify)' ; .iml went into a leu clay argum*>nl with the prisoner.Juror. Jt seems that: he was aware of v.is perilous -

Stewait counties to show t hat the greatest men in ancient and .-Why, sherif)", I voted for you, situation, and I that he labored with this A It'assiau teu eralhas the ominous name)

,!toe I.s::! ic.\very & Jones Au,. 5, 1915. 31-tf-- modern times had been and were drunkards; I what are you about 1 thought : "My mother pr...yS ; Christians: of General :'ul) o .)3ut this is nut as ba\

.et:5510[: MBUCIIAXTS. .. _. -- that the efforts been inspired I SherilT. Oh answered am'4 1 be saved." 1'Jggcnhausen.: .
tJee If No. 43 Wa..r street.Apalachict.. :::- : ---= greatest literary i nothing, you can eat withme prayers are may as General \9'-h .
.
__"._ I 1-'a.. T 1IMt3ER [INSPECTOR:The undersigned by the wine bottle ; and so far from the and sleep in my room. Tins reflection, when almost exhausted with } '" -:- ;1\ .
: '
.. hdvin; been oppnilrled rnqpcctor ot Lumber defendent being blameable for what he had Juror.-You are both savage and kind fatigue and ready to give tip in dispair -ctibino his wif t.- \H
'd
to !
eAlltlLr[) :dwnt.d JlcC'llly, L County of Franklin, otters his services all done was deserving of the highest com- ;Mr. SherilF; I refused to vote fur your adversary gate him fresh courage, and with renewed ha.lfeJc .v ee taatn it .-10\\absentcrotly

l DRY:' If)(':O'g'D..tcf11'J: .\ JJ ImALEIt tor the b\ic in that capacit", and will attend to mendation. because wen he was .'.crllfhe never efl'ort 'he labored, till the harbor was f'p".} ._H S'f to at, a
; (. !thP to>iaiddulieS appomtment. A from the summoned '9 \\ "lout19
.ItOCEIUEDe .. apnertaining CORNELIUS reply prosecuting attorney measjuror-I thought| he sli.ht. gained. .d, saysr sI1.\ le\\\e
.,. No. 50 Water street. "- -----. 1 ... <...a. and( the jury were about to ed me. I am the first juror called since Christian mother.: tiou, and do It* to ttati 6 e:. '.,0 I"CC9
4 .. ,\ t? t
1St:) \ h culon.
Apalachicola, Fa. !Mar,.... h n2' '\ \ "\ c1 < t'Un

s t ,,-- 'i ... :.i.',...p. "1\?b 6iCJl0 \oS1
\ V'
x .. ,.. .. ,., _v It'
.- .. '
--- -, 1 \ .
S, 1 UIU9CU: too 'If---"-I .- ) ? ". ..i !
l t JI',J.: >

.' .. :' ',' .
.. My.
-
., J ; '

.-. ..
-
"::-
t


Li'!
e
'-I ;
'
"
:.,
i




.

.. _--'_.- .... ,, '.'1''j". ... j '.
-' t. .. 1i ''". ri
i tl
ti ltyn
I '



,- -. -- ..r....... ) .' -''!'...... fi' -- .SI 1 ;J J'













*.i TT. .-:.._s.aw.-..--.:eL ? .: :_, ::::-":- -- =--:--- .- ...--- I .-,- --- -- ; ;; 't -the. -

\nUn'.H. OF TIII: CAL1:1)ONIA. down upon a bed with his clothes, on, saying -' to hesitate upon the choice of both ; whereas pies," yet all "should make it a common use momentary purposes f"'

The CalcJonu: arrived at Boston ou thai he thought the medicine did not relieve common speakers have only one set of duly lo forego the pleasure of indulging ruse : in me unmitigated disgus"N,

Thursday, Sept 2. him. The[ doctor gave orders I for the 1 ideas, and one set of words to clothe them these feelings and preferences:1 That the : to, or the under?*! '
of drafts and other remedies and ill, and these arc always ready at the mouth. of the .i-1 I*
The market remained in about the same application "election of Mr. Davis as Senator, would people, ,
left him. About 10 o'clock, A. ;M., he died, So people come faster out of a church **ICli, *
depressed condition as accounts as per as supposed, from' a rush of blood to the when it is almost empty than when a crowdis be fell as a so much greater calamity to the

Juad.il'juivcr.: The scarcity of money was head." at thc door.COMMERCIAL. country, than the temporary assendency mail object in referring t to ,thlt

increased by the action of the private and ---, ---- -- which may result from the (effort. to prevent I I Ie .Floridian. is I to call a rte

joint Mock! banks, which followed the example [From the Mobile Herald & Tribune, Fej.t.. 5.1 \ ADVERTISER.' his success, of the pCliliallrilciplesofclle part of it. I j is b.'0|e>
Xcws from Ulcxico. 1 i ter dlnl
of the Dank of England in raising the _ __ ; that all willingly sacrifice.1' in I logic, as well as '
party ar
The steamer Fashion" on Thursday _____ __ __ __ u _--_- '
rates of discounts ; and failures had multiplied New Orleans advices from APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1847. Do the above passages require any com- says-" \V IieartiU mell.

till the due night brought to ______ _.___ ____ __n____ ____ _._ I me l.in agree
amount and unpaid had Vera Cruz to the 27th nil, The news is ------ --- -- --- ------ -- ---- mentary 1 Do you not, as "respectable"Democratic I deprecating thecor

reached to neatly ten millions of dollars. both intcrefeting and important, although the c;- The following gentlemen are authorizeAgents gentlemen, say to the citizens : of England, and lame Utl
for the COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER and will otio' ,
We give extracts below. particulars of it are very meagre. The : of this that the object of defeatingMr. i power to disturb them '
Mexico receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertisements county
advices from the city of arc lo (lie J
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 19. i :- Davis, on account of his "moral unfit- lire great injury Of the

("oTTo .-This market continues dull at 21st.The march of Gen. Scott from Pueblawas WM.: ,V. CiiEEVEn.Es'i.' Albany, Ga. ness\ ," being of paramount importance to t I products I of (Foreign) mar'' ,

prices rather iu favor of buyers. IJowcdliieorgiu uninterrupted until he got within :Major JACK HARDMAN.: Eufaula. Ala.! the mere assendency of our !piirty, we have i we trust we are more con oncol.
-- - -- ---
; : may be quoted for ordinary to eight or nine miles of the city. At El PC.- --- -- -- -- - and feel it than the ststett

middling: O.| a Gld. per Ib.; fair to good 'fair; non, on the 20th, a division of the American FOU PRESIDENT: suspended all political feelings, I Sentmtand i its par

?1 n ?AiK; fine, 7*11.; :Mobile ordinary to army made an onset on the enemy, the ZACHARY our duty, in entering upon this canvass, 10I this I I it sees the I evil such an i iuslilur
TAYLOR.
middling.] GH a (ijd.; good) fair, 7a 7 d.; main body passing forego thc pleasure of all political bias and ; (building up and fosltrin n 111'
through Guadaloupc, .--- u _____ d ___ .__ ___ __ __ s
fine ;" a ;d.; Alabama; and) Tennessee ordinary I -- -- --- ------ ls and .l-
: "
and to the surprise of the Mexicans, appearing i preference, and we do this because respectable prostrating foreign i
to middling, (G!it j a Gad. It was hopedlv or:: We wish it to be distinctly) understood iTft.
in their A favors
suddenly the
I ; rear. fight Whi"s have made the same sacrifice t establishment
of
tnatiy that the uulavorablc accounts of then ensued that anything which in the such
at a place called) 'San Angle appears
; and) united with common ground : fuste and ,
lire growing_ brought by the last steamer us on protect American
; crop situated at about six or eight miles south- Advertiser, and is not published as editorial, teler-

would %:. \'c'Halil" to the market, but west of the capital, thc result of which was under the appropriate editorial head, is not Such, gentlemen, are your professions.Now .- of .I requires the (political 8aa,

any such influence would have been seriouly I that Gen. Valencia's division of the Mexican mark the application. On the 21st of in lordwn. and no other, to
counteracted by the high value of written by us. All such articles are com di3.
army was totally routed, when Santa August Mr. Davis announced himself as a similarity in results
mole y, and the continued dullness of tradein Annr fell back with the remainder of his munications. The Editor! of this paper upon .Amen.
i his of British
candidate (for the Senate. Afterwards, on a Bank and
the manufacturing, districts. troops, on the city. Here the greatest consternation being a candidate) for the office of Senator, : I a t anted
ClI\Jm.r. 'I\L AND FINANCIAL.-TIlC the 21th! of the same month, Mr. Thomas !. Does ihe Floridian bel'
prevailed, and, as the onlmrln<; the paper, or at least the editorial matter lee
money market: owing to a variety of causes, lo stop the victorious career of the AnH'ri1 1 Orman, in answer to a letter written by a States Bank would be
contained) in it, will not in alludeto I nsei)
any way
bas become seriously depressed since our I can arm, it was decided! to solicit: from Gen. citizen: of this place, in behalf of others, the American industry and faa[
!a-t adders por Cambria. The pressure I Scott: the canvass which is progressing. Delicacy -
a suspension of arms. A flag of truce
without distinction of also announced was as the Bank
routittues Jo affect all branches of trade : party, of En?,
was despatched! lo the American headquarters : dictates such a course, and it will be
wiili tituelaxed i seventy, forcing prices :,i himself as a candidate for the Senate. It we That is I the I tendency of Tree
for this purpose, with the view of giving pursued!, hereby( dispelling! a needless alarm
..1.1"'uwan1Ut! ncrcs-aiily! limiting opera- this time that this union of : I know-to foster
time for the opening of negotiation for the that has been manifested), really or pretendcdlv l- was at respectable English m.
tf tist< lire smallest; possible scale Tile pri- renewal of relations. depress American
pacific The :Mexican citizens of both parties, which you ; bur
l that the columns of the Advertiser ciri.imtf
mot'r.auwfthis! State of things ate the advanced ,
rates of discount required i by the government was ready intimated to treat for to Gen. Scott the thatit would be used by the Editor for the purposeof make such a parade of, was consummated.Vou : : I last use to which Whig would

Hank of F 113! lord wlnxe example is followed peace on propositions know, as weil! as I do, that Mr. Orman States Bank. The Whig
brought by :\11'. Trist. The next supporting; his pretensions for office. If I par.
i>v all the private and joint stuck banks day! the minister of foreign: relations invitedthe the Editor; finds it to address t ifie did not come before the public soliciting its I National Bank as the En.
necessary a
.f lltt" mpirc., and :1 i succession of disas- Congress, through the newspapers= to I support as a party Thai in all the he National Bank-in sustain
.
mal.
in he will do through the *
,
treac (.illJ.. r ituheVo>t India and) American people writing so e
meet f.b; :!: j Mrpose ofconssidering the sub conversations and other lish ) American
irade. Up to la-t night: the actualliankniptriVs jecf. medium of handbills With this explanation you respectable ; to the excu

andmppages) ': wi'ie little shortnf citizens'* had with him, as as in his ( interests.
; It is S.IIj the enemy was repulsed with we trust the alarmists alluded to will \ei

Juf0.lWO! ) and it rs appifhended that great lo s-how great is not !stated rest satisfied. letter of acceptance, he emphatically dis- number I may make some

many 41f th** following:!; ( which. we take: fromflip -- -- any ( necessity a National;
ica imtisvs. Yolerduv: ', in London the Bulletin, gives all the in !brief Q:7:: =' The length of the communications
news a ity enough to believe that you will admit pa ) : propose some argumentinits:
j+nUi j-ecwhies had; <'I un whwi recoveredjluim firm
the dt'jws-ion" if :h,' pnt'f'dill) :_' day: : which have been handed in this week, and) that he was not brought out by the Whig l the present position of national

;m4 1 1lmictuated n..j !j.s iu.-'ti: ripe tOIl n< the Vnn.\ Cur"/, .tog. 27, 1317. the news that we have published), accountsfor I party, but on the contrary, that he was prevailed i is no longer a question in nor
The ho'ise of Hargous Jc Co. receiveda )
tnatL+(rt.Atuou. courier yesterday; from their partner whoi the lack of editorial in this day's paper. on by some .respectable citizens of cle and it probably i is a good

;! ttia+" 'H'.Jlf'r t : 1':1";;' t' P'IS a I i i.. at the capital' who, in a few hurried lines, \\'e have no doubt but that our readers will both parlies" to oppose Mr. Davis, and that in ) the subject :a fair and unpreju-
mast gtontiur >'; prtt I, rj')ir stilt f dol! t if !'i- "I1Y
says that (;en. Scott was before the city not regret its absence, inasmuch as more too upon the identical ground which idertion. 3Iy opinions are
IKIJI*' elf jttt? ,Mrit> r.1.'ti'H !'Ti1I.! o-ut d!, 'J'lii-; i- the natural Tlit-ie had 1 been an attack made! on a po'rlion interesting matter i is offered in place of it. assume constitutes the virtue of your opposition no parly will be responsible: fur
of the American amlbut the :Mexicans -
rw1'; *+1 a sitt of'ilu! ':s uincli ren- -his "moral unfitness." I do not )
with los.. mail AI1r.I\ n.
were repulsed fXThe o.thiswl.cl. is /
.tN'1Ii! ",1!; kla: .,( J..srr .Lws l ; than three great unusually
"Proposals had been to Gen. Scott. say that the Democratic parly induced Mr he i
sent
tiHMitlis, :,.vdlal! l=1r'J i. v.luh' not onlv, paralys : barren of intelligence or interest. There
offering; to treat and the l fighting: had: been Orman to accept the call made on him lo [For the Commercial JUATION:5 ) :,r.
"'s 11'1 r.iiiitd Made% but MMUiiisIyalicctsjur : are no later accounts from Jen. Scott than I
America. suspended though: the batteries:' and artillery/ become candidate I do that ; IX VlL'.VA'.f;r:
but
f' i :iuwrct.i1 tr.ii.niioi.s with ; of the Americans\ were all r..;ady) to fire on those received by the Elizabeth Caroline, : ; say very TiE
A mm: +(' %%.1a in g< iicnl: 1 circulation, yest who call themselves respectable citizens rlfEr r.
them\ and! Gen. :Scott had actually commenced given in our columns to.daVe await many
Ih! Luiiis had been assis-
< r lrfV. Si1ltt.: f. Th' otidon papers: of this morn- -
him. friends, to understand) that they had adopter vor Republican! people-it U 3
iu: htn:! un cuiifinnatiun: of it. tion of the negotiations which were said to
'Tli elections l ate nearly! at an end, and The result was not known though; the he pending for the of the the precise sentiments which you have since :' political distinction.. The pre
courier ( capitulation Cityof
verbally :' that the Aiiieiican
reports) .
llow ao increase in favor of liberal minis- :Mexico.We promulgated! to the public. That their desire i is lo get ;an office. Fi>n-iri.,
army was actually entering the city when he
lers. left. and determination was to unite upon i ) acquisition of money i is the great
The Queen has arrival l in Scotland. Her received no New Orleans; mail thi*
Nothing further iII probably be known some in whom the public trust iriigh ,' ) passion of our people hum
tour will be completed in about three week, and! our latest accounts from that city;' person t ; ( 1 ; r in
until the arrival of the English: courier, who be confided of all discover their of the
ucehs. safely regardless political ignorance
is expected on the lit of September.! arc obtained) from the Eufaula Sl cld. This I
Now I ask in all in tittttion The
candor .
feeling. you, .
The! Americans had cut un'I I the supply! comes of sending! our New Oilcans papers : aCIIiliol
I From the X. National..] of .and the why is it that under these circumstancesyou I m a much stronger pi-son.
Till: MASSES.U water, Army was on both siteuftime by way of Montgomery and) Columbus.!
city. The (fight::; that took place was ali: your parly; have resolved to nomi- ; : of this thru,II"1 ,the

..r exchanges; in every direction, give with that portion under Worth. The ac- [F. r the Cmn..rcialIn'rl! '!'I'r. nate one of your own p>trly, and support :I I :. [low often dove Yee ti! li 1"r .10-
account* of enthusiastic meetings, 'fur the tion lasted! two hour and was 'IO TUP. COMMITTHi! : : 01" rriU.l'JATl,'.; I :1'
uomliiattot) of candidates for office, favorableto and decisive Ianhthc; Iexir.ans.'c.sanguinary: (or TIN-/ ;: "nAMMPATKIOT{ : ) ," O'IIOL'In !: i him as i purl man, not only again. *t Davis, I I I ,n Iill I i fH'f t.IC.HI'c lo Ins :Ii i.t '"_ ml l

the election of Zachary '1\1\ lor to the know nothing as to the American.: loss.Jen. .- \\ ILSL HAS CIIAUCI: or TinCONCERN. -: j I! but in opposition to Orman What then ; he .I ') life with every) lt;

Chief Jlasi i..tl'acof the nation, and banner- ( :Scott:; besides his lining :artillery, has becomes of all this nffcclcd "suspension of a : ., for his ru>; >. -I'-ire
I
sheets arc lnr. .
,,
(
4)nr coufl n' doubt is foil here Vera (Cruz' that
polite awmbl'ips; amidst political ,gatherings ; obtained posses-ion( of the city.) We he anxiou has nor than I am now in addressing you, andso .j i type, }heralding forth your principles, is I I at h I the gennl I influence af hj:
-
: in ihos-e 11llal ill palaces upon our "ly wait full detailand! ;: sincerely hope it far from being; indisposed, lJollJ lIg to''I scarcely dry, lifurl you astound! the public dan :. ,. e his work shil and frequent

river*, upon the placid' : bosoms ol'Our lakes will lead to peace." estimate, nor set down ought:; in rnalitc." : by an ahandondonnicnt: ;t of all principle I be I : ) only to gel l' les. Ho1.1 many

or farth--r off upon the ilaik blue of the The despatch:' which IlIou glut the above! I de,iic to discuss a matter of some little What mean you in your Address when :' I tSo we frail aii.indoning the gor
is

ocean.Dud dtfBPirodly JH name populirthanthatof living more decidedly him who "news Pca'-c concludes will p
now quietly r"llOOS'-S in his tent, at Walnut was not the opinion at Vera Cruz The and truth." political feelings, but the proper actions I. : : rotes. The fit-Ids, of the Far

Jjirings: amidst the scenes of his military I Sun Anahuac (which is edited, it seems: You on yesterday issued) the first numberof arising from them 1"Vhat pro/Je a (' : I to wevds and barreness: while!

triumphs. i by Mexican! ) says of those who predict the Patriot, and: your Address! lo the pub- actions do you imply J \if it be not a nomination ) / 'i is out serkinforrotfs.
Truly, the masses are now speakingthegood }
of all parties are uniting to honor him submission" from the taking of the capital : lic i i.*' now before mi No matter by whom of a part candidate What mean is the cry which is heart!
Those
who indulge in such belief know
who deserves to bf honored, and) resistless but little of the sons! Anahuac a neither do written, you have adopted that Address as you when you declare that.sou "willingly .1 the land. Politics too, i is the

as the avalanche dawn the mountain sleeps, they know that this event, which they look containing sentiments which you assume make the ttecsssary sacrifice of the temporary 'f, :into winch our people

is! thc enthusiastic: ardor now !springing up upon as so important in furtherance of their arc recognised by respectable citizens of I assendency of your jflilralrin; to !! A nnn who desires to enter
in the hearts of the truchearted'uters of t
interests i is dcsited, nay, impatiently hoped his of both and \ the busies himself:
the Republic. Away with the desire for county political parties, plea in approaching: canvass, when for : ; ; prepares by

wordy pledges; .\protestations.! Are not I for by many (little principal :Mexican :States; which shall, govern you as the rep.-esenla- I the last week our nights have; been made ;!!j .and serious reflection and ad-
as the lime when they act for themselves
may .
that glorious !succo,cs which have ar.roin-: and devote! all their powers to the war. I ives of the Democratic party in the approaching dismal by the efforls of your "whiippers-in" I I j it with caution and care,but

w h.. panied: our arms fl'ul1P..tl) Alto to lueni! : This they have not done heretofore, because : canvass. fly this rule, which you to excite all the rancor of political feeling I ) | ambition t. kes hold) ot a man.
Vista-the mildness and (firmness which followed -
l'tul'\-thc rigid:: moral rectitude along their wi-hcs have been limited by theunsatifactory have voluntarily adopted, shallyou be tried ; Hgainst the Whig par ? Take care that I : ;: acts as electricity, and be

"' management of the government and) will excuse: if I the ambition does the like Mars from the
life-a diojil.iy of eminent abilities as a you me satisfy public your "vaulting: nol o'er- of I arena.
established the capital. 'Fothis is to' '
statesman as well as a warrior-and the be added) the consideration that Gen Scott that, judging) from the acts of "respec- leap itself" a ) R, \ all panoplied for (the coo

combined whole which forms the patriot and his fifteen l thousand\ \ men occupy a point table citizens" of your party, aye, from the But what objection have you lo Mr. Or- ce i| inspiring vapors of the Pjlheaa
"
the of the
dd sufficient man,"pledges' that;; his on coulltr\part: ', the whole good most difficult lo be reached by reinforce- nets of your whole party, without exception, man ? lie is a whig you say ; bill you are ': nothing to it. As soon as its

cauntiy."-its onwaid) progress, its glory ments considerable and supplies and and! is surrounded by your professions as its representative, and estopped by the letter and spirit of you Address nol 1 him the merchant jumps Ofer
;
populous This
4ind] its threat ness, will be under his especial very circumstance will :animate the towns.most indifferent ns the conductorsof this journal, are placed from urging that an an objection. I 1 j Tailor! things a\,) his goose

Vr,-etit; )n. placed) at its head) ? The mul- to join in renewing a resistance which in rather an e'luil.'ocallight. I am far from it bi true, as you say, that your opposition i, his adze and stands 'forth

,intd.: with one acclaim, will pronounce they will increase into but it is the Davis from '! mouth,"
a series of hostilititcs. meaning any thing personal, to springs your love of virtue as i j eyes and foaming
those
than which
waw tio other pledges! ,
have long series part of wisdom to profit from lessons of the and detestation of vice come out at once than Delphic furor-a finished
already! bern ;given through a : C01'1'oGCllr h Sea Island
of honored"and eventful years Wherever cotton is pat, and pardon me when! I say tint: I am. and satisfy the public that your acts do not to The only misfortune is that ihe
of a dull butter! tint, the fiilament being: !I
lie i U pJlcecl-iu whatever position in life- some three times longer than that of the not aware that you have expunged forum i !j, belie your professions, drop your partisan ( : dispensation are past anJ'8i

upon the tented) (field, amidst tc! carnageof India cotton wool. The fibres are cyliridri- your political faith, that article which was hoods behind you, and) meet us with uncloaked ) : i -the Oracle.
battle in the council halls the iKt.'ion I I Ii
: of : co spiral, and hence the ease with which first promulgated at Tammany [Hall, and)I faces and honest hearts. If Orman ojourningsthrouglioullhe
Zrrr.'lar1'a.'flfJr will do whatever is to
right,
{'jpy! arc spun into cotton threa 1. !found a ready throughout theDemocratic i is otherwise unfit I I 1 witiu ,! the this ''
his (got and to Ids country! The masses Get;.'zia Upland cotton is good for coarse!=; response morally or challangeyou in j,i ( :se action ot po'-

,t -linoiv that he will. yarns. '''1'i/; 8ttple: short, light and feeble J party, and which maintains, to the proof. I maintain that there is i on various subjects -man/of

It was railed fora long; ti lute 'Bowccl CI"ttOIl," "that all things arc fair in politics. no one at this time in lire county of Franklin I j enough, in their result,

Sn.uVmGII1"S ILLNIss.a\Il: DKATH.Tlie .- from the fact that .:t was separated from the Am I right when I assert, that the principal who is more competent to represent her i t of the individuals! hemielfe

following; particulars respecting! the seed! by the blows of ,1 bow-siring. if not only, purpose of establishing!=; interest in our Legislature than he is. The 1 : of their 1.lnilitolhtr5

lealh of Ir. Wright, arc taken from a letter Tennessee] cotton is of nearly the same this paper, was to-defeat the election of Mr. conclusive proofs which he has given the 1 I amusing and ridiculous in their
quality as the Georgia Upland, except that
dated .lugustth, from John L. lluse it i is cleaner and! the staple;, a litt.'e: Iltn rr. Davis ? If you will read the Address you public of his industry, talents and integrity I ( I excite a laugh now, when il "r

h, Ksq. of Canton, to :31 r. Flagg- New Orleans cotton is superior to the will find it excluds every other conclusion. would seem to be with all ."respectable citizens but i is brought before me by the

About 8 o'clock this morning. ;Mr."Wright last two {named kinds, and may: be said: to I hope, gentlemen that when you adopted of both parties" a sufficient guarantee circumstance" of thai, impor'

came to the post office for his mail. occupy a middle point between Sea Island: that Address you made no mental reservation that the public interest would not suffer in of 8x 10 history, a county eec-
lie in health and and Georgia Upland.
was apparent good spirits,
: In connection with the
object of his hands. It is useless for to extend eral
me
1'er.,- 'ahrtci' has fine (
look his letters-sat down-opened one (from cotton a long )
Horare :\III"I-n':1, <1 it partly I through-laid| I stag !It CI..I1; : ; and uniform, and yarns made your paper, let us see the position which my remarks on this point. Each of you as the the rubicund face-the small.

it dntvn. with tther: |,'tters, turned very pale; I fro I.I ;t are in great request among the you have assumed before the public in behalf individuals will conceed to Mr. Orman the & eye, the quick fidgettTact'l'>a

and said to :+ fiit-nd present, I feel quite 1 ill.: stocking: weavers. : of your party ; and to satisfy all that capacity and integrity which public sentiment Mike McFizzlcrisfl
The friend si: %.'. \ Mir rotirtenrijice I have not misconceived the import of the has long since awarded him. I ask in memories of the and stanu*
,
that you Ire "i ick, ..lui; | I calla: doctor l' Mr. are fine and glossy, and well cleaned. past
Wright decliiifd I invtng tin; physu; 'i..ti !sent They are spun into a fair stout yarn Address, call your attention to the following again, whence spirings this virulent op- the perfect embodyment of I

for haying that iia hai: two or tit re c such I Bahia cotton is better than either of the passages :-" The Franklin Patriot is esta- position, and where is all this affected .

turns before. awl i s-'IIII got relief. J He complained two kinds! last named. blished by the pecuniary contributions of disinterestedness on your parts? Have the exhibited, in his career, the best
of a i pamtul: s'itise of suffocation. Surinam cotton has a long staple and i is
citizen of the of both
respectable county new lights glared since transform"1
any upon you I knew of the
ever ,
with
about the heart His thetas i fin emit felt faintly tinged yellow. It is clean and
alarmed I. and ent-lta third! tune foi ::4 j/ljvsi-! i much sought after by hoosiers. political parties. No higher proof could the publication of your Address ? or have influence of our gloriJ

cian 'heftire he c lnc. Fuji one hour in: satIn West India cotton is from Bourbon seed be adduced of the paramount importance you all the while been labouring: under (as the Politicians c.11 them' )

the post office! : coiiTcrsinu :i persons -the staple is fine and silky, but not well attached to the object which has called it some mental halucination ? Charity, I gy I was never able to trJct

preset '' 'huf t''J, intense atixn'ty a'jont' his prepared. into existence, than that men, neither feeling know, covers a multitude of sins but man- than his birth- "*
lM.alihe! assuring; them tlniiie should Kanbadoes; cotton has a short staple but own
coon fw be ner. is silky and strong. It appears in the mar- nor affecting an indifference to the great kind are proverbialy uncharitable, and the boasted that I he was bore

*The,: pltVMci:*!! came to the post office, ket with much husk.- [American F arrncr. political questions, which divide and interest blush upon your cheek may lead the public and land of liberty. When Mi

;;:u'c him a mild :anodyne and a friend ask- the country, should, in order to effect to suspect that in your opposition to Davis the settled in the town of F. hewa$

fd; (taint to the l/nuse. :'1\Vright says, The common fluency of speech in many it, have suspended those feelings:: and the you arc governed by other motives than mechanic, and for seven

""el. and I will! iji-inU: you to go with me : men and) most women is owing! to a scarcityof '
actions them. those claim credit
proper arising from Again : you for. Will you force ing of unobtrusive ma
a
pattern
Itf. 'latk }ou court: too. matter and scarcity of words ; for whoever
.
".lie walked c.ilmly iu usual, to his house, i is a master of hnguage; and hath a That though none of us are exempt frm us to believe that your uniting with respectablo the I assumtn pretensions. Ills wife

I laid mind full of ideas will be in feelings of dcrotion to our political princi- citizens" of the content
t the friend and doctor in company- apt, speaking;, Whig party was, to ( were light-hearted and

-
V
,<


... ,
.ik z J ,Jj'" "f .









":. .5 !$= -> .
roO.' 4-
*" r" '", \ _

1'" --S __ _. ..' + fA
,
> .
-' .
----- ---- -- '
,JI .r.I.w --w ,
\ '
-
-
: '
\\c- 4"o .. .- ._ ,_ __ _, _'_" _.4'_ -- : ,:'. '__ .".
4. . P 2 .
... .... 55 S .. ; -- -
.' ... ..-... -..........'-- ._ ,. --"' .. .. : ic -._ .: 'rsdkin.aa
> -- ). ,.L.r' .. . -.. -. A
,
--'Ii! '-- --,... '' ._ ** > A- .
.
.... ... .
"" ..... """- ...... -'- ------ > ** -.-..

;:. -
-
-
t



.

.
0 .








., 1




.- -- ..- L -_ : --- ._. '
- ---- : tL' : : Z :
---------------- ---- -- --- ------ = -- -:: :=- -
iio-oj: wiriies and kind public speech. The great cardinal doctrines A LIAR.-Among the many anecdotes of WILt. UE PUBLISHED AT VTVSIIIXTON D. C. TO THE PUBLIC. THE SAVAINTVAIIINannounciri" GCOJtGI.\\

...11IC ;I' I of political economy he knew nothing Buena V.isia, one beats all others. An Arkansas On the sttenth of December next. THE HOME .OUU AJ.. th! J.iot that I the up.der- l:*nJha. J

all 1 hi! flEjIborS.. I : soldier wounded, asks an Indiana- NUMBER ONE ao&latelltht-r.! ., 1 Irthei io the Edito-
III County, or in a about. History and geography, beyond his EDITED n \MORRIS WILLIS.TLDLISIIKD GEORGIAN
Department oC"1111.XlI:
fJ populated man to help him off the fiell.rrhe latter
I'1 Ihic\I" ouUl probaly have own experience and) his own vision, was all does so by enabling him to mount his horse, OF TiE EVERV !lArrRDAY 1: TiE CITV OF ," we take this occasion to say to thepat-

Ichaers, career in which it'rtu Greek to him, and I was really surprised to riding. himself before. During the ride, the UNITED STATES REPORTER :M\V-\OKK runs iff t that paper, :and to the public generally,
it. occupation I M Two Dollars per annum. that arrangements have already been made for its
J I.saT1e aihe small Country II j see any one enter into a contest with so poor Arkansian had his heaf shot off, unknown A Daily Journal of Government, Legislative and material improve n Ot in cui.vard appearance

but' .t quires to his companion. Arriving at the General News. IN November last t, we commenced the publication elevate and
.an: lalent seeds of.appointed empty a magazine. However, Mike was a and that no pains vvlll be spared to
rrnJinatc I doctor's quarters, the ludianaman was asked of this family newspaper a new and novel sustain its character zs a commercial paper. and
10 .( hour I happy exemplification of thmat$ Tn : subscriber is now enabled to announce the intended the
In al1 unlucky ignor.uccwhich what he wanted. plan. No similar work, (to contain to fill its columns with interesting and profitable

tn- arnbitIOfl a sub- is bliss lIe had collected a vast 1 brought this man to have his leg completion ot his arrangements for thc establishment PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions and literature matter. We feet most ensbly that to render the
lcFlzzle was of a well-organized and independent Journal of our time, to CULL from the wilderness
eI fund of called himselfa dressed." o Savannah Georgian such a paper a* the crowing
detailed by slang savings. lie of of General
.Itb who were News at the Seat the Go'erment. the hou' ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE
4 negrOes : interest t and popuhhnn of cur State and City require
head
rof laboring his had been Why, replied the doctor, his is I the else lost the float
hole
to mend a mud in man-( shop not good things in bewildering a dicertity of labor mu'/ te. ezpendtd
Ortr!eer St off! The leading features of the United States Reporter of noveltirs adrift had been
: attempted
age previously -
I Road This was Mich- opened in six months)-he was the poor upon it ; s'ich we are determined to fnrni;h.We .-
iens'lanJ. "The -liar!" exclaimed the man of will be the following by others.
\\ shall strive to make its column- to
: pleasing
I ,Ido" ,ffirial/ deputation. Yet, how man's friend, (without a cent of his own to Indiana looking behind him, he told me I. ;:dTIntcl1igzce of tftc moremenh of the That we have labored successfully in our vocation all readers! and white cur hurr.ble support. shallbe

r ...f.llta f.rsl ( fire kindlilh" we 'viIIge. bless himself or any body else \ ith.) His he was only shot in the leg !" carioni Department of the Go e/melt. in reference ( and produced a paper remarkable for its interest given to the great prmni.Us upr.n which the
a little to Domestic affairs :and to the Foreign value and and to
popularity one adapted
! .. same M..chad's vision, from that day, nci hbol, who had labored hard for years, STOLEN: KISSES.-On learning Irom the I Relations of the country, will be given with I the wants of AI.L ci,.\!-*:! OF !OClf.n-, we have these Democratic principle-rarty. to bv has essential plai.tcd to jtvlf the perpetuity Lelteving;

I f.T j the humble horizon of and acquired, by his industry, a large property Courier des Etats thus that a man named scrupulous fidelity. Possessing peculiar facilitiesor sufficient evide-ce in mir exten-ive and rapidly cf our natu-ml treedcra and the! advancement c-f

; ;direrleJ from. heretofore-secure re j in he called a rich aristocrat, and an en- William Snyder had been condemned in obtaining information the u Reporter" will increasing circulation in the uiHr alclmmtn- our national welfare, we shell stwlrccsly! avoid
I be enabled frequently to communicate, exclusively dation of the public and above all, in the
arocallons' the United of six dollars press; all rude collisions with views and opinions an-
, d 4al% I he had been content to emy to liberty. If a man was poor-no Slates to pay a fine intelligence of the most important cha fhtteiing and cordial
interest, for having kissed without her enc'.ungemrnt npprobitionof t.vom-tic toour own. To render our paper tfi tprcate Meeting matter whether from idleness and dissipa- a young girl racter. our numerous LADY READERS, in every firm but : rt democratic
to the public's. consent, the charming Blanche D. exclaimed I II. The Ttrbntim Reports of the Proceeding section of the country. dispassionate: exponent
lIoihersatteDd: Mich- tion or misfortune-no matter-he was his principle, the calm yet unflinching: advocate cf
had been held without :- and Dilates of Ihe Unile \Slates Senate, which I The scope de-mn and character of the HOME: Southern insfitutior.3, the vehicle of amusing ant!

J"cauCl1ses he had any duty connected friend. This was the staple of his speeches.A Ungrateful country thou shalt not have the proprietor is bound to furnish daily to that JOUR. AL differ Irom those of any newspaper instructive thought upon all prrptr subject

atrillna iDiDg the day Michael large meeting was to be held in the county my bones I will, as did Lafayette, emigrate body, in accordance with the terms of the con heretofore established. The contents are fitted whether of science, literature, cr general lofetmation -
rri" But from tract made at the close of the lat session of I II to the attention of the man of business
for ,
h a noble to the of engage ir.ake welcome visitor
a few before the election. Mike cause country ,-in a word to it a
r''b: _. .dh-overseer. he became interested days _I,'.n.rl nl....Ii.11.._" I Conzress. The arranements'- now made will at I and) be a source of eletrant instruction and entertainment f U'.I ,".....rr' fn Hr tt..n.. tnfcrfrianf...'.n.. n...ul.. t'.l.._. rrt".fltlli____..__.,_ .. til nn!_
3! Columbian Reader and secure to the Senate of the United to the domestic firc-ide and
bought
a Ame- olceJfuty
jttfr3 hmily
understand an cir-
lIe began to And what will do there 7"askeda I student and the farmer slnll be our constant endeavor
ffain. pray, you authentic and record of its
,
an clo and it combines the and novel
complete striking attracfinns
blic -
rc Citizen and it rican Orator for assistance in concocting a friend in wonder. ; and if, in addition to (his, we halL
was an .4nerciafl Debates:; and to I he people-in a greatly enlarged of the newspaper with the more abidins interests be enabled cxfending circulation throughthe

,at he toO Go>ernment-and, daily, the speech-he was for a whole week sweating Do ? make a fortune by being kissed degree-the benefit of the experience, sagacity of the higher class: of periodicals. I is interior by; to strengthen; the ties which! turn

1.:1 of the became l'eavierani1, under the labor of preparation-tortming without my consent." and statesmanship ot that body to which they printed in the folio form, on large and superior our !beloved S. tc and City together, and to
ru,1ic duties have eycr looked with solicitous and respectful paper, on a new cle-ir type, obtained
.Ie (11 his brains and expressly secure that onfnesi of sympathy and feel-
uDtillhe scale of his private duties bedaubing cap.Vhen To the Voters of Fraiiltlin. reord.III. for the purpose; and is, in its whole arrangement in?&iiessential to the pro-penty ot both.we stall
.arter the day of delivery arrived, and Mike took The Proceeding and Debates in theIa" and details a most favorable specimen of the best find labors
beam.' Having been solicited by many of the citizensof Jle entalicei\\\\\\\ be with (ur amply repaid.
the > \
td elf ] rei> given typographical skill of the country. In addition)
.jr who U talks the stand, he informed the audience, that in To enable us to continue cur present C"cr.n<-
hH ,n2ularI l''w soon a man this County, to become a candidate before the impartiality, and the utmost promptitude. to these: and as one of its most valuable peculiar-! tif-n, however, and to do all that we would wish>

( matter what the caliber of older that hisiews might- not be mistakenin People for the office of Senator, in the next General Each day's record will he completely ties, it i*' in rtfererce to the diversity of talent to do in the way of improving The Gt'cr"tn,'*

,hlcs"-f'C or the scope of his infornia- reJanllo important matters, he had taken Assembly, and being willing to serve in that mide.up. and appear in the Reporter" next employed upon it, the cheapest paper in the we must look for an increased support from the

'.' iri1cect. in the precaution to write them out, and with capacity, I now present before you fcr I I mor IV.r og._ View the United States. public ; such we now solicit and confidently t-ta 'jpcct.
_hICOfl1CS an I important personage I t'scf / Synoptical of Procecding.'iOft. _1.. all the lurk numbers of the work are fuIf V/,i. IIni'LLOCH..
".) coteries and county gather- this drew forth from his pocket a bundle of' election to that post, if you shall see fit to bestow Dtbtilts of all the Slate Lei'laures, will rely Cfhawteil. ire Juice this day SallrrlI HENRY II. JACKSON.

.Potllou6" it be regularly given. Members ol Congress and the Zlsl of .hnii'it, increa. the of '
old letters, unpaid, bills, $sc. ?-'ke! had by upon me. fc
be in
niight now seen a coroi all elates of readers be and
el kept fully '
Midi oftentimes decided wilihui 1 lni : J OURS\for the cjrjiresi accommodationflNEw TIHIMS: :
expressed conviction -
heill.:p dogcery" in close and mistake put his speech in the wrong Cot Having my systematically intor ( tic Legislationin :--L-BSCRIBKR: and tee th
:. .,' ( CuI. ///jv/ or Maj.At potkft before' leaving home, and the pro- that caucu-xs and conver.tions are cun- I all sections. of the United States.V. I Tq'.t that all irho intlr laftiny the Savannah at TEN DOLLARS IEitANtM.p-

q&) comer tion with 'I trjito the (rime piiit of our institutions:, it is Karly Inltllicence of all important moccnmtls pupa u'il commence fitir&u'jsaiplions with the able ;serni-animallv', in advance; cr, SIX DOLLARS
of I his faith lost for that I
C ra rue political was ,
'. a county meetins, hpfoie piorefduoul'l not surprising that I have preferred tocome before in the IffM
: Gen. B. would '-!1. day. I His I ('\lIIIIIt.titors acquitted thcnisehs candidate in the old fashion} Fiance will be communicated by every sl amer Dollars a year, or three copiesfor THE TRI-WEKKLY: Gr.ORf.fliT ill,
commence vou as a Republican ,
.<; .II.!! ml, I Mike's popularity was ebbing fast. from Europe, through reporters in Lonlel awl five dollarsinvanbly in advai.ce. Country, is i published to meet the arr..np.ment
my au'lillf! P roicc, i if \1 i'hilf'1ld.'iz; I sirh as was used in the early days of our govern Pans, \\ I ho !po-sess peculiar facilities fIr obtaining The HOME JOURNAL is _sent l by mail to all of the mail, three times a week, (Tues1ay.
; On iui i et Ii in home from the meeting i information.VI. and the Office cf theIAILY
ment. at
and Squire-his nppnc- parts of the Unitnl States, tie Hriti-h Provincesand Thursday S.tttmhv)
prent.
: ? in luudtr.en. :Mike i overtook inc. His whole appearance. I hold) it to be the privilege of freemanto TIc Gt'lrlll.' of the Daiv.ill. be to Europe done up in strong \wrapper, GEORGIAN, ;:contains all the intelligence
".. ,"inir.i...;. !". -tp. would remaik a every irivpn. in a. condensed. form. with industry. and at- I..;,,, thc.. .In.n.P ,.enntnnl. ;fly sni ..ID.1.. .. Commercial, -I'ticnl! and Miscitia-
- ".I t&iISt .S..ttiJSttV .. u. .
indicated inten ee.cill'm'nt. The muscles I. .y
become candidate for the sufliases of his
: .:. -I 1 pn-fer nut to proceed! t'i luines- :, a lent rn. Subscriptions, orders rcrmttaces, and al com- 1 neotis including new Advertisement rubtabecl
'Ifr. of his face twitched)-his small were fellow-citizens. I the People} desire election, I Si'cb is brief view of what the United I .
\ \lrFi/-7.1e I I is in th I If' run I1). :Mi-iI eyes I my a mnnicatiuiH I must be adlrl'pCm"t) pal to the in the )D-uIv P.lIH'r.TIIIO
: I shall States Reporter is designed to Le. All the plans Editors MORRIS PAPER i i- sent to all rf the State
; 1 J J"and h''indiiot-lii'. cheek livid, and he grasped know it by the reul of the can\'a..s-if parts
his \\'a tx-caine a slnriny min aid have been well matured, antI delivered in tl.e FIVE
<.in I"' > elect their de-ire! make of arrangements N. P. WILLIS, and Union, or nty, at
.1,11'1; ri'-tlflt'flS diy "".odbi! >\ his hickory stick like a \'ic'cll, ni-l they me to u-e my the hope is confidently cherished, that the U. August 21!, IS 17. 107 Ful\ln-treet DOLLARS per annum; or, at T1IREE DOLLARS -

": )1I1 I, "Mike: we weie n imfo rt ii mal<* to-day in service< a will i I I thereby be manifested more certainlythan Reporter' will prove itself an energetic, in- for *i\- month

'..n "",. I/is; slwp %V8* the pl""f I being depiived} of speech." Curse by mean-.: of an election brought about by ,I-t riou;, dignified and perfectly! independent App.Zachirola Exchange. TilE WEEKLY GEORGIAV i 13 pnblMwrf
:
rl' I :ft( .'ii I 11 I' uin 1 of Michael's; decl.J- | Jour the i inilucmv aid: management of a caucus. If Iii }i"ITI.t! I will have no party views-no political THE subscriber inform his friends every Friday afternoon, at THREE DOLLAR
the I luck" said: l he, that; inferml meetin'lost by the terms of his con- : all in advnre.Auznt .
duties The proprietor, annum- payable
''.1-, "''Hl, ,1! \\K < c'f United State is 1M7"
with the Senate the ,
me 100) -otes-tl-n taiiff: surplus t trarf [ I-I.
jour the of this above well
him out of'hls nousc'in tint the! will of the has not Proprietor
, .i iii.r.iliv 'roxe People b i'mnmd to the condition that '- the paper shall contain -
national bauh- known house, and will be to entertain NEW ORLEANS TYPE I'oUNDI'YAND
re\'ellue-stale rights- pleased
-eco:.dc-d iny wishes, and I Ihall hew in quit pliticai difus-inns except the debates,
\ HP. of the that
travelling community .
public lands, and h-1 kiMws what el-e-Imver It vMll be a d NEs--rlot the 'rzan ct any may tiyr
,
submission to your decision. 'ehico him with their custom and will also
Printers' .
"wrm..ei fr linn the office of.itIff' I accommodate rurniIii Warehouse..Vt
H. of the snbnbei -
The
of aim
l learned t th.it: am''' what the h-I has I i .\'. i ;. :.i.1 DAVIS. any set opinions. grand t resident bojrders. Tie bar will always be >. 11 C'ciialsls.e: lloic.T .
ilie I u'e-the etnisi luments of -: is to establish, at the Seat of Government, I < '
.., lit! supplied with liquors of the choicest i LIE undersigned be leave to announce to>
any of them things to do with our politic-. ; faithful and reporter cf all sorts of intelluence ; genuine :
.un5t :1 a prompt
] in a :r to one quality. JOHN PATRIDGE..nxiiciiiol1 JL Publishers and Printer that they bate cs-
-MC'I'I ere peih-ps equal Jf --- -
I I I with the pontible on which the
I could have along well --a agcizf
got very APL'\cinc'i Nv andexttnstveTYFErOUN-
Xl. : 17.IHowCilitni \ II h I'sf-i.) tabiheda!
25,1 complete
,r, Ulior! III In* simp. The next yearn \ politician, the biisine-s man, the manufacturer, _, ___ _____ _u_ _
I I boys, talking about things that concerned vf I'rtitii.'in ,id/: i DRY in this city. The Bock! Letter cf tbb
*
: in
( the mechanic, and one interested the
U. S. MAIL
every FUOJI
H. .t lain. appointed Auctiaupor crder workmen! of !
cut to by
; c filI'I i--hog s-cattle tax s-and poormens'rights I In reply to the public c; ''i Ui.i.i., i', the Conimoirul affairs ot Congress and the Government, nay relyat ) C3aattaouchcc to Fort Gaities.cz.N. Foundry was rrj
he aNoimMTot : experience and, as no expenseta spared! to
Public- was
C'Jllnt> an Notary ; but I must go and, bother my train-; I Advertiser! ol I t'!." il-t: : -..>"..i i ) '1: "M! tiV all time v\ ith implicit crJiI': lc ":;;:.\ ON and alter the first day rft obtain the Iran:!Isomest faces arid to perfect it in
TtI\\n Council. The ross I I It i. t I tl.e -tdbli-.hinent rf such a .
lip '
; ; about them other things -leave all 1 had Cltlzcn-lhJt: tiny are d..-.."ISD': u-ti!u:my .uUit: rdiabff Hh.n.Jlhat Jntflli. tnrt. on terms vvhiohplaro $ rV f. ?v. fJ lL"I. lJe wul beeS every respect, wewii! tenftr to s:1"it: will be
thIs whole of v\hich offices .ournrl1lf .! ; regularly TWO-HORSE( found handsome, if nrt the !handsomest in tto
f -:5mun :
"-tfnne UI candidate l f"r the Mate Senate at the .. '
I wrote, and then hive: my head >o botheredI j> a en-umg; it \itbin reach of t the sreat ma es of
I' STAGES. The underpinned I. having the United State We have!*" a very handsomeasortrner.t
lollnt"IIIO( ) perhapsSoO per ann U tfl. Still confotin 1 I election-I hive to -iy frankly to them, and to t the .[ at t the commencement of what pro- | con Letter .
could think of nothing else-but 111.pl. tract to carry the Mail on this route, intendto cf Flowers:: and Job tf the latest

M chad: wi s an important man-a pullic them I haH a card} to play on them Jct.nlilt ." .tl citizens of 1'ranklin: that if such H i the :;>ont in:the..:, hi-tory:imt(" Con inter rfsnial. tm! arid proceedmz ennfnl! period, wilt; ', give every facility; to Travellers who ray wish to -Me, to which we would call the attention

J'njt thf appHite Michael's 1 '" niubi- .. ,uueou de;ire of the? voters! and citizens of the I take this H'ntf, by Columbus, Ga., Ntrth. of Printers, before purchasinreiewhere. Alt .
"7. .. I. !be iV'-onled! vvitb favor by all c'u--es the
tll.lt1 iJ..c1"? said
\ Why
is c the articles manufactured bv tnH be cf mate
of
best
Good and) us
Stazas teams oblinsn ; 5
i It "I?,/ I""tt with:) that it fd upon," andre cour.ty, they are at liberty to uc my name: for rr.'initv ; : nJ, having; thus stated his 01ccts; cor'I'I manatactnrfd
Mr. I am co-n: : to rai-e :i row--Vis the hcits'! drivers, will always be provided; and in a VM.rd, rial equal it not superior, to ar.y
And if October flection jhcrmbr! a : uen-
the -(
.'. leii i.n\v.ird Mini upward. that at ; respecltullv 1heral I th and shall tell Net
: llrju-e. every pains will be taken to CMesati-faction, (tspecitilly at the No ; a-j we Type at
chance for me now-I r.m going to : the public of the
lie election in only it : !( ) the wi of the majority t-f the voters er.il'ipp'nt frm enlightened dining the *W*Ull of hiyh water,) to York prices, we trust to meet with: ec.eccraje-
months before United States. I
"
N. h i" mo light out (If it-they may heat; me in ti.jt I-hoiild -rve them in that capa-ity-j i! ; I shall JAMES HOUSTON, those who may choose this route North. ment. .

.'-. I ".s .::'in::: in lilY coiiminj room thnr d d) I The Stage: will leave Chattahooches We arc now prepared: to manufacture ERAS?
jtp-c<-hifving It}IIritill: I pol.tical mid u'l'edly' : 1(I that I am highly honored, and Stenographer to the Senate of the U. S. evcrvTLED.AY
lounged in i and FRIDAY, at 'J1. arrive RULE and TYPE of rnaznitiK, with prompt
l |h'l| McFi//.le ; any
;
wl.Mi
will be
11'1' i( ; The United States Reporter
; armic1thut they sh.int' mention mv tiel l too. un ler a dif;p ene of obligation to 1
SCf'C1.1thluly
-ued at Fort G unes next dav, by i 12 M. Leave F rt ness. We would also particularly call the attention -
;i.u!: 1 i pit.; I lid known Michael I name-if they do! I I'll curse them-they the micro's' of the people of this coun printed morninz nn a lane: except and hand-omerheet.and Sundays} at the rate cf Games every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, cf Printers to cur LEADS, having an entire -

MI I'L- nine: flf( lii- fir!t settlenieiit in the iiiust mind their P's and (js. or I I'll I Ij ty and oi the State to the best c my humble. every,1 at 1 P. M. ; arrive at Cqattdhoochte next davg, new set ot' mould, by which we are enaMett! Ito

'11. ,11 d j ili i i vv.itt.hfd him in ::all the plns- II tltem-I Ix-citi to feel I tigerish I rnnfinccrn ,Abilities., I am, with :1 due re-pct, : per iII'JC.In by 8 P. M.Persons furnish a perf article.. We are also Aer.lfor !
j jump travelling from Columbus> Ga., via the sale of the XaJicr.a.hintn.: and

i- <. i d! i ii-er. I was occupied in : s anti oily, and 1 have known Your obedient, be is-ied connection: from the with same the establishment daily paper; ,there will Fort Games, JJlakely! Chittahoochee, Quincy, to Smith Presses which together with Chase?,

.- rillY ;* election
gained by a man : '
ui-mv an )
Tin Mirror of Congress.
other article required in the Printing hiisi-,
,. i ,, ,m "n.buras the cr
,r. '\ I it-ti Michael! aroused me by ('0- I in musr.nle. and if he orrn's the bone and County, that J.\:1 1: T. rAKIJlOR.v.l ; Reports cf Mic! Proceedingand D"bate5 the Qiincv, June 26, 1-st" ati lt31lmTwenty price

jtt "..ii I thought about th coniin inu-cle of the I to the poll, who the -. :! -crve Ibcr in the House of n'prcpnt.ti'c- Conzrt-'s c the United St lIe; I will be issued -- --Dollars- Ucud.'a1 Editors and Printers wishing to eatablhh a .
couniiy
Job Office will bo furnished
semi-weekly in an tml1t quarto form throughout Newspaper or Printing -
\\11Still 1. 'l ivliicl I I"t the next (;lenerjl .Assembly if elected. t WILL be for the
I "n. d I-I cares for the intellect-d-n vour political .1 thee. ions of Con res-, and will be furni-hed paid apprehensionand with an estimate in detail for the same,
have 'hutu-hi 'thins Aucu-t t 21. the of two dollars for the delivery of a NEGRO MAN named stating the size of the cr the particular
I by
m "" 0111..1 I any and) statistics if I (II sub-criber-I rate paper
am
only _
.ircrumenis : ____ ____ ___
LEVI ho from Macon I
h w ran Sun-
Innji-es-ion r 1td I dollar for the short session.It \( away on style and quantity cf v crk to executed.
ui I r: -I ,il.ii"i l take niut-h i interfst iii il. lucky and) :et a chance to raise a d-I of a CCJWe: are desired to say that WILLIAM: is believed that le this :reat national wcrk will -Jay the 1 1th inst. Levi is a dark mulatto, (::: The proprietors of newspapers who willpublish !

i I' 'Mjijin-tc! :, 11t'1I.l man becomes him- fuss gemiallv before the election, the people VALLI'AU, Esq. wishes to be con-iJered a a bee deemed) indispensable in the library of every stout and well built, will weight about 1'i,' Ibs., this advertisement six i mouths, and semi

'c aWiSrd,, in politic, how incredulous will abou that cursed speech I II candid ite before the People (for re-election, as puMic! iii-titution' politician, and professional a little bow le jed, speaks slow! and lon with a a paper to cur office weekly, will be paiit for the
forget voice, had on when he left Satinet round
a
strong
time and that it be advertisement ny purchasing six times thearsccntof I
man, throughout country :
,
of others I ll Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Franklin CountyAu4ut wi
ahiiui the indifference "
: I lost and only think of the row I stir up. I regarded by the great raaof the people the coat, and checkered pants rf country homespun. advertising bill in
I'-ll I.mi little "iibout it he 21. I expect he will make for Columbus, as he lately Tvpe.GREEN CO.
you care :Miko v.as true to his word)-he raked tip very bet political text Book for their own instruction Lev'iwas & I
t and that of their children. lived there. Some suspicion (exists that May22, IS t7. IQ-J.m; 17 Canal ft. ItowvI
Mt ;all "minion acting po snm-phy. all the sfindal he could against; his competitors crsWe are authorized to announce Mr. BENJAMIN decoyed or assisted off by some white person,

: \ .et1 Uuit-o with him. You may rxc -tried to mike occasion of quarrel LUC AS as a candidate for Tav-As-essor- IMPORTANT) ANNOUNCEMENT. and if so, >IU'J will be paid for the ,villain and fJLJ\ IIHDS St. Croix Suzar; I t
sufficient convict him. 2'J da New Orleans Su ar, to arrfre
to : ;
proof
,. tiess bout lelisinn. eternity, : anl Collector fur Franklin County, at the elc- Throughout the session of Congress, Extras
al I his political
with ;prominent uppollcns.tilt II. L. COOK Asent.Ma 100< sacks Rio Col1-e; 5o do Java ;

h 01 t lie pravo and he may believe you, was successful in most of his tencontcrs : tit in Octuber next. Sept. 1 1, IS 17. will be issued "from the office of the United of all States Reporter, containing the reports ,;.) *. Miiti'd do. Brown's :and LI.Jb;"J
o express unconcern about who is to the election he We authoizcd to Mr. JOHN SANS SOUCI HOTEL. ;
until the day before picked {Cj- are announce sii'-h Debates as may poetess peculiarly exciting f-20 Sperm Candles; ;,')bxs brownSur

'- -Cf'd! constable or sheriff mniksyou, an ugly customer who deprived Mike of LUCAS- as a candidate for the office of Sherifffor I interest. TilE subscribers re-ipecttully inform their jiM bags Shot ; .:(1) kegs Powder;

..: mind, an arrant hypocrite and dodger. up laurels. In.Hlc election Mike Frat.klin County, at the election in October All subscriptions and communications to be and the public senerally, that they 2U:JO lbs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed! Oil;
of his have ] the above establi-hme'r.t and
some po-t-paid, and addressed opened: are
White Lead. No. Extra and Pure.
2'A> keZi I.
: 2.UC me a politely mcreduloussort of was beaten only C votes, and he ;always con next. Sept. 11_,__1'17._ __ JAMES A. HOUSTON, now ready to receive boarders, and hope through Ftrsalehy WM. G. PORTER S- CO.
"I tell Mr. : o_ ---- --- --- -- -- 0 United States Reporter, D. C. attention to receive a share of patronage.
'nit. and continued : you -, tended if he had succeeded] in bullying! Bill \\ra"iltol proper Dec 5 tl Water -rreet.
Tilt: NEW-YORK JjlySl, 1M7. The Bar will be well furnished with choice _

S i* a mighty important election for the McGuire he would have gained his election. SCIE "JFICJIEnIC.iS.. All n.'vv.-papeH' throughout the Lnittd Stateswhopulhh Wines, Liquors and Se ars ; and the Restaurant TarrantS Eficrvcscciil Seltzer

party. squire Gobbins says that the i (his dote till the tins meeting Prospectus of Congress once :a, will.f..k be from en- will be well supplied with Gameyi.h and Oysters A per'Ic ft.JTflALTiI .

Sniffles is elected. United States of the best quality in season. RENEWED, and an i in\'i' ratet.l
nry is ruined' if Sam This candidacy was the Third Yea titled to an exchange with the :
topmost step
the list of those JAMES GIBSON & CO. condition rf body rrodnceilbvtheu
placed
and will I be on
l who'Mas
nilis i : is a crisis, and every man, :Mike reached on the political ladder-since This popular Scientific and Mechanical Jour- Ieporler..! the Extras will lp despatched.WALTON June 22, IS 11. .e of TARR.AXTS EFFERVESCENTSELTZER

( country, its institutions, his chil- that he has experienced the "facilis descensus nal, (which his already attained the largest circulation N.Gentlemen who wish for refreshmentsin APERIENT.

.*' aD,1 I their welfare, should use every arcrniC'' and the !last I saw of him he of any weekly paper of the kind in the CIKCUIT COURT. their rooms can be accomodated at short Thi- preparation: i* universally allowed to bathe

Well world,) will commence its THIRD VOLUMEon In ClnlICCI.r.Comeiui notice. most popular! remedy of the present day, for
; 'is to beat Sam Sniffles. was still loafing about turn cellars-his family Grantham, ) the prevention and cure of Indirection, IMiou

II.I'."> rephfd I, *'you give me an idea of shop sold, and his industry Saturday, Sept. 2oth. vs. > Petition for Divorce. nit. L. FEUCIITW.ANGER'S and Liver Complaints, Nervous Weakness,Headache
dispersed-his Each number of The Scientific American contains FathaGrantham. } Rat, Mouse & Cockroach Poison. Heartburn, habitu.il Costivene.c..

potency of S.im Suiflles I never had be- gone. lie now reaches the acme of his from FIVE to SEVEN ORIGINAL MECHANICAL appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, THIS"l'rv efficacious remedy for extermina- Travellers and residents in warm climates tit

ia't. and I must believe that our liberties ambition just on the eve of an election, and ENGRAVINGS ; a catalogue of IT by allidmt. made in this case, that the defendant :diately, if a prop'er application be find it a desirable article ; it prevents an/ accumulation

-Urijhts are in a much more insecure po"unihar Fatha Grantharn, resides beyond the made, of all of the above named annoyances. His of bile is portable, and the method
his
when he deposits his vote importanceceases AMERICAN: PATENTS issued from the
', a jurisdiction of the State of Florida : It is ordereJthat Flea andlo..qu lo Poison has attained a very extensive preparation H unusually eom'el.ient. Children
I belnre iiiHgined, if Sam Snif- until another election comes round- Patent. Office each week ; notices of the progressof the said Fatha Grantharn do appear and an- celehrit for its invariable destructive properties have frequent occasion for trcntle and cooling

:"CHtidiMurb them." "I tell you 11 r. -, only useful as> an example to others who all new MECHANICAL and SCIENTIFIC, swer the said petition within three months after to that order of insects. For sale by purgatives; they will take thi. aperient in pre-

v"'\ nifflfs ,is a il-mgerous man," said for office inventions ; instructions in the various AHTS the publication of this order, or the s.11 petition .August r-l t J. C. ALLEN Dru: lst. ference to any other. Sold whoic.ile and retail by
\ have no more qualifications public will be taken for confessed; and it is furt her ordered 1'\0\-5. J. C. ALLEN, Dnigist, &c.
\1.' "he is now in favor of moving the than lie had, of the evils reciting from a and TH.\UE., with ENGRAVINGS ; curious that this order be published] in -ore newspaper Panacea. -

kuJrt house what 110'ou think of that PHILOSOPHICAL and CHEMICAL experiments in the Wester Circuit of this State for the JTUCK and SWAIM'S Panacea just received D.'U-5 t Medecines.
grjspin"ifier places for which neither nature and for sale by subscriber has ju-t received per recent
of three
i"lIur the latest RAIL ROAD INTELLIGENCE montl1.nEG THE
properly and mine will be ruined and or education has fitted them. ; ; space S. HAWKINS, Judge W. n. June 12 II. F. AHELL. from New York! a full and complete

1p Poor laborers in F. will be IlIill(/. I ULLI.V.me IN EUROPE AND AMERICA; all Uchee Anna, An.;. 21-t '17. 32-3m Lamp Oil stock, consisting in part: Sulph. rf Qui
: II the different MECHANIGAL MOVEMENTS nine, Hyd. de Pota-uiu Caustic Ptltast..Solicint,
>uu he must be beat. \\'clI." ": F the bet l'l3tit.fer summer use, for sale
and ILLUSTRATED Stale of Florida, O Murrate and Sulph. of Morphine, Lnner Cau-tic.
series
.. ,. published in a with
I I ; a recent vigorous writer by [[July 17] J. C. ALLEN.
.5 ''IC' u'o you propose to run "4.; ciVdl -' "'f' says FRANKLIN I COUNTY. ____ Chloride of Gold and Sodium, Calomel, Jala ,.
that has been spentin war, indi more than A HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS, &c.
'""'." \ ," siitl;, | Miko.that; .- J 'I.< j I I" liii- iii'ine\ ; all persons Iravins; demands] against (the es- having business with the under Ipicac, Iodine, Rhubarb Pnlvr. and Root. Sen

> i ui.i pmrlia-e a ; every foot of land on the &e. TO of Nathan Seymour late of said county, PERSONS ; his absence from the State, will na, Epom Salt., arhn Leave, Castor Oil,
'
1
t.te
'IUD I 11\ ;ain to consult you ehii iii. I I :Iul,,. 1 will cloth every man, woman and It i is in fact a paper that MERITS the patro- deceased, notice is hereby given that I have ta- please apply to Anson Hancock 11'| Scidlit-J Powder Soda Powders Sulpher flcwer

""?1"1 n-ra iiuiiib of vi.\' ifpiil.iblc I; : -it- chiM in an attire that killS and queens n"*c of MECHANICS: : and, MANUFACTURERS kl'f from the I Honorable Court of Probates said WM. SYDNEY GREEN. and role CopperaSaltpeter, Alum Aloes,
/... I will build a schoolhouse and Calrind and Curb. of Ma;ne;ia, Gum Camphor,.
would be of. the same.
lb ;i.r'qwrc'uJIIII"'f'.I.111 nuiiful ihem "proud throughout the UNITED ; county, Letters Testamentary upon July 2G, 1S11. 29-1
hill I side :ami in every valley ST.T.S that all claims will be haired) if not presented Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of assorted .
"".II'< \ .. .iiI I I. "who upon every and be in the hands of EVERY ONE Gla-ss and of .
sun tL. \\'tII. over ihe whole habiiable; earth ; I willsupply soulc : within two years after the d'tl of this advertise PERSONS hiving; busine-s with the under-un- Ware a general assortment f

'" |'n.c| to run !" \V hy." replied) that school house with a competent that feels an interest in the advancement of ment. MILTON N. SCOTT. call on Mr. WM. S. DAM- all articles in the Drug line. For sale bv

Mechanical Scientific in thisCountry. 24 1S17. 3v-2m EthEL, as I shall be absent for a short time to a June 12 H. F. AEELL.
k- s.Jure! ( j0ibin I amid l .1 number of teacher ; I will build an academy in every or improvements : \palachioJ, July -, di-tant of the state-
part EAM TARTAR and Tamarmd, just receive -
"ltr. lj"ve been speaking to me to come town, and endow it ; a college in every State, -Mr. C. J. SHEPARD is my duly Juiy 17. FRANCIS KOP I.\X. C l "

."". *It"" I lol.J them business would not arid fill it with able professors ; I will crown J H publi-hed: in QUARTO FORM, conveniently NOTICE agent during my absence from .I.'UStcs, April 17< and fcr sale by 1 II. F. A BELL.Ifiiiirs .

my with church consecrated the and furni-hed to State. E. McCULLY.
.' every hill a adjpted to BINDING, the rjuly-24]
** INGLE and double for tleby
'. and that I did not have enough.4tlIi h promulgation; of the osple) of peace ; I will Country Subscribers at the LOW PRICE ol S July 17 s J. C. ALLEN. and Santi'

I", to go to the,| [.ae lslatlJre.| ((1 saw1ke support in its pulpit an able teacher of TWO DOLLARS A YE \R-4)NE Coiree.liAGS SARSAPARILLA! ,just received for sale by
DOLJ.\I sale Water. H. F. AEELL.NOTICE. .
for
l RIO, by Cotigiess
b4l'.ldiscovered that* humility is young righteousness, so that: on every Sabbath I: ADVANCE, and t tl!!: r- H.UIK.T! in Six 100 May I J. DAY &CO.Extvet pints and quarts, just received for sale by _.
:
'\Jbili morning I the chime on hill should! answer to IN
01) I H. F. ABELL.
If ladder. ) The next week's pa- Months. Address, 12
buines with the subscribers -
earlh'sbroad having
: the chime on another around the Sarsajmrllla.BULL'S "PERSONS
anIiOIUICI\! Michael McFizzle can- MUNN CO PubitsheM, Oil. their absence frctn the city will
as a circumference and the voice of & dozen Lamp : ilurms
; prayer & SANDS', for by the or
vld.te'h .fur the Legislature. The great difTi- and the songs of praise should ascend likea 123 Fulton-street, New-York. D single bottle o by. S.lt {1 INTER strained, a splendid article for sale I please to apply to Mr. Charles A. Grern.
ALLEM.--; V Y by [jan30] J G ALLEN. July 12. J. DAY ft CO.
.C
IQ MiLc's career now was to make a universal holocaust to Heaven. POST PAID.. July, 17 J.

.
-
i''


'..
,_J.' ,
<<; ,
"

.



,

#
<


: '
,

.
"- '. .
.

\


4
4
:
.
__ .v 'r-.j"'lT'II!' l n''' 't" T' -
,.. ---- << < ;H --" 1
; : : -- - -. : ". ,ItS. .:
101'
-
,,



; -; ;mI : -.--- -,_.-. -. ." ,". ,; "f'iW ;.:,:':'," :- _-f ,.. S.lltthiLot -" -,. -- S. \. .. ,






-







-I .




Jr -> _'- _- !. Wv1 (* r.- 3 -- ._ =
-
--- -- -
Notftt1 I -icnroiTIII r-- FRESH ARRIVAL
.rll1: S.tAiI (H OJ {a.l\. ; A.\IINI .M"I-NTSTO Tin: COXSTITL'TIONOr rilOSPECTUS I Drills, IVIcdicincs OP
Paints
.
:
_ I\ a-.inomicing: the tact that the uld'r.1"l1cd THE &cI'.tTE OF FLORIDA, OF TIIEFLORIDA =-: _- --- -= ;- -- --- -- !I ixJ; ; ; CIKCU1Tor l>) -SiiiHs, }>crfUlJler '4.OUI
themsehe to rthei inlhe l.dional after( d.utel I will WESTEUX
have ) "> : -Six months apply j ) '
1'111-I : .
BY TUB SKCONDGC.VCRAI.
rilOPOSKU TO undersigned
Dyartmeit: of" Tim SAVANNAH! (J.UR- AXIl ACiHEMU WHIG NOTICE Hon. Judge nl Probates 'for Franklin i I l I,OUIJ\. reiurr1,1 Ih
ASSEMHIAS.UBJECT; TO THE to his friends and th
.
(;1.\X," we take this occasion to say to the patrons NEXT GENERALAiSE.MIlLY. County, for a final discharge from the Administration IN Franklin Circuit Court.IN .11' publi r.q

of that paper, and t:> the public! generally, f ACTION OK THE A WEEKLY PAPER, ot I the estate of Donald Campbell, late of CHANCERY.Vrabella Iibcrallatronage that he is now and b'g3flrlhtr<

that arrange meats have atc.I,1bl.'cn made for its TO BE PUBLISHED LY MAK MJ\l\lL said county, deceased. ( E. Hepburn, widow of al supply, which receiving an. a
added *
material nn; ro\vm! "'11 in outward I appearance, JANET WILLIAMS, Adm'x. Burton Hepburn, deceased, fci.T11
.Indict to atnrn-l the Constitution of this stock, renders his assortment "
and that) pains will I be scared to elevate and so June 5 1817. --M-Hin unu1uallI t
no THE in the Apalachicola, Complainant.rs. I
State asIa cjctcniUo all fnc white male inhabitant undersigned propose publishing and complete. English, French Gent '*?.

sustain! its character as a commercial paper, and ,', biitig citizttis i f the United States, Town of Marianna, Jackson county, Florida, a : months all er publication! 01 I merican Drugs ; Cosmetics ; Pefulntlill; JM
_ to fill its columns with interesting and 1 proiiuble: weekly! with the above title. I. NOTICE. Joseph I.. Hcpbnrn, Goome O.
icilhin this i Glass
ttll(' ishall Juice nsiilt'tl State one newspaper .1 application will be made to the and Diuggists ware, &.c", & : *
mattc'r.Ye feel most sensibly that to render the Annie E. .c a
Henbnrn Hepburn
year the tlcetiee franchise.S'lICTlON This paper will be devoted to I..itl.'ratIJrcgri- :i, Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, (lor a to Phjsicrans, Country \Merchant ?
J>avaanai Georgian such a paper as thr growing 1. Hell i'undid by the Seriate and culture, and Science ; it \vtll also contain the final settlement of the administration of the es- ar.d Can-line B. Hepburn 1 I the n.ost liberal terms-all of which hefJ}leT"
interests and population of our Stile, and City require current of the and articles in of heirs at law of Burton I Hep
r '' oj the Slate of F/t news clay support i tale of Samuel N. Spears, deceased, late of said pure and unadulteraed.1fafnta
dircrsity of labor mint be Daniel
a cxprnthdvpon deceased K.
burn
ri-la in (;en'ral .7vonA/y eon v zud, That (he the WliU Policy. i county. ELIZA SPEARS, ; HF..
it ; suchve are determined; to furnish.We .- first clause of the bixth i 1 article of I he Constitution 1 The want; of( a local paper has been severelyfelt I February 11, 15">7. 5-Orn Administratrix. Dodge; (the heirs of J.-hn Wholesale Retail ABELL DrueX
shall strive to make its columns t to whose
dec'd trustee
pleasing in J.I1on..llon and Washington counties Peabody,
while 1 be s.) amended as follls'i7., : Every free white I !"- ---: -:IT: :=- 4.-> Water ,
all readers, and our Kuinble shall I DanlclldIIII 'Jld Bill for Dower.
support of is
I and has led to the establishment ;
t proposed Hetr.
male person: of the az e ol t went-one years and( Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1S10.
_ be to (tie great principles which the Goods. I ,
Wry I Hudson I
given upon this .Journ .l. John \V.' Campbell ;
and who
upwards; slnll m be, at I the I lime I of oflerin -
_ Democratic imty lu-J planted itself! believing I :.; to1.e, a citizen of I he United States t and The 'undersigned hope to obtain ulTicient patronage T LIE subscribers offer for sale a large and scas.i.iablu A. Thornton ; Nathaniel. i Drill and Jledich T

these principles to be essential to the perpetuity who .h.11I have resiiled and had his habitation t to enable I tlu-in to commence its publication : stock of Dry Goods, consutmg in: Thornton ; I Hints I 1 Holt ; Sea THE subscriber *
of our national freed.in: and the adtai.cemeut: : ut' the born Junes, John i II.i i Howard has' a.n
I l st tol
douiicil, home and place of permanent abode in by S..pternJ'r.TERlsThrcp part S I constantly have: ,on hand 1t..
_ our national welfare, we shall >tudi''>Usly avoid ofNegro Edward ot a c
dollars in advance. and Cary, I Iru-tets
; Florida, for one yeIr next preceding tie! election per annum, Kerseys and Linseys, I. assortment of DRUGS; Ct
;IL ruJocollisions \1113'it>\\i nidtagjnidic OJ'III'IS; all- at whieli lie liall tiller to vote, and} who shall, at >1) ."iu n i it( paidilhin six months ; or 81 OJ at the While and lied[ Flannels[ James P. Calhoun & CharlesL. I CINES, which hevull ,and, L.

Iruiur own. To ivnJer liar pa;>i-r the ::irh)' time and for .i IX months I immediately! ; precedingaid end of the lear. Plain and Fancy Jeans, Bass, composing the late .' and of the best r t rr

trio b'lt tlispissi.Miate exponent: ol tlelllwroatj ic I time I luve had his h.ibilation t domicil I, BENJ. G. LIDDON & CO. Double twilled Tweeds, firm of Calln.un & BasVihhia.u ; I Merchants and Planters qnalitr. .

_ principle, the! calm yd unflinching advocate of homcalll place ofpl>n:1aIl'11: abode! in the county July 31, 1SI7. Super fancy Casameres, \ How land ; William to their advantage to call, RJH Erl
Southern institution the vehicle and rxam.r and
ot amu-ing -
in which lie may obi( ; I lo vote, shall: be deemed! -- Super English and French Cloths, Sloan ; Duncan i\lc Dllu-I Goods, before purchasing elsewhere lrif t t'

iu-trndh'p lh<)u-.t'it ujion all pruper >u5 j.ecls, a whether of science, liei! .ii tin, or jii-neral I Itna1i'ai9 ialiir- COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo doorlhern of George W. Ros-
and no it. others, eXl'I'l't) j in elections by Dullil Blankets, 0 and lO.jrs. signee | care and accuracy at hour of tbf'daf'P| *
a word, t-i Ht> at a w.'lcdtni visitor tCflCI .il lic'.cct: in! i the State or I District) prescribed! ( Flour] Western do; N 0 Su. ar, Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, a bankrupt ; D.mitllcHou- any J { tl .,,
at tuce to li! .* m.nI1it 41.1 i the in.'i'Siatuf;. the I St. Croix do Porto 1 ALLEN-
Riro Tea
do.l Young Hyson & Lawrence
bylaw, i in which! ('.I'cs, I tie! elector must have Brown Shirtinsrand Sheeting, gall ; Joseph March 21 Cor. Centre
_ ,441I *.4t auil lItclit ol the State ;
rC I next Cotton
one
-en a Osnaburgs, -
d,-av'ir; and il. in iJ..1! ::1 t i" ', w.lull year preca- n.itler; ( "heetse, L-ird: B.lcol1lJamidl':1, Slufnlders -

in- ("U11'1\! .t "',. j" I ,...: I !! I di-U tilt cC'ion, an.l six months: within (heeltvtiini .Molas-es, \Vhi !,'v, Mess and Prime J 1'ecf, Cotton Drilling and Ticking, and the Bank :

Ute intrii.,: td tn',; S "Iout" ; dt! net ii: which he i>!lers to vole : Pro Messjnd I'rini" Pork, )Iaccrl'l.3.1111I)1!' 1, ;, Linen and Cotton( Checks, of Pensacola, j .

I>el tve4 S. .1 1 //I.i, Tit! Ji.i ..illier, "'> I'IIJ.I or mntri ni' I in I the I Ilprring, Sounds' and Tonsjii 3, Cod Fib Toniu.-s,: I Irish Linen, Shining i and Sheet?, Dffeivlants. ,I

secure bat tll1'nJ; 1 : i S 1 ',:'n'' .r Annv nr :,1111'1 I II I 111 I ;!'I'1 I "l t.iles, un.t' I I"'p.'erPIII..,, Catsn.'s I'I'pper.111((, 01 i vet, I I'k'aciied! Cotton Shirting and Sheeting, IT appearing to iiie sali-tictimi' of the JudgeS: --. -I.c ,

iu;S 4t4ttlt1.lI t 4 t' S '- '. wa (1'1.liliJ l .'\\s"\\
liud labor \ : )-4-. ta ''us ,M>iist'nent aich: s't! JiiT, seaman or l re.id. Pilot Jo, Cr.iclwTs! Vinegar, I DrieJ) Fruits,, Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Solicitor, that the Defendants hereinafter I II .
vor amply r"fa I .I
n"11".111." I llaiseiis I .\Llc'Ironi.'rII1.IcI'Jli.
:.1 :rie ill "( 1 ite ll.lrI'IIIV or Navy of the Ar- Cas'imere d'Ectisse named do not
ide
)
/rii Super re> w'tbin the We-tern Circuit r
enable u; t<> >I. -( S "'',;-14 Cr rent Root Corn, Oa., 15"f kwhiMt; Mustard Rice. j dr.il .
.. U..5f"vl'idtis, rr "i the revenue service, shall be lira SIIII1JI'11I.lill de Laine, nl the State of Florida hilt'ilhlll the United
li"at however, ami 1 '" >,\ i i.N'I'X For ,.tI<> by 1\!. ELLISON: A; CO.J.iniS '. '' .
______ 1'j'Ja ia the Q'3f'.j- :": i '1":1.:14'tnu'lt :' 4.lid.i: -;4t J .1 .fl.1 lent of I the Stale ia: jueiienco: ; : ; -i Water stre >t.BOOTS English, Scotch and American do. Slates of America ; that; ;is, that the Defendants ;!I { -_ _,_ --
S 4 i :ii-1.4: \' tnuk for" : .' : ', :,. : V Super figured Joseph Ht-pbirn resides in tlie( [ State ot Texas;

Ju1tlic ; ii:1t'11: \s ,' :. ,\ 'w: S ,:1 '.' : : l\i\l Senate. December I. I 1-J I'I. ] ( Siioes' and,! Brogans, hy theca-e; Black Silk Cravats and fancy Ilkfs, the "aid George O. 1 Hepburn} in be State of Missouri FOR the cure of Dispepsia or Indi p
on
':. ."' t :'I. ':-I i : .. 0. 11. MAYS, evident Sornle. Shoes and Ill14kifl.3li9is ; Super' English and Pongee Silk I Ilkf", ; t the said Annie E. I Hepburn, and Caroline; and nervous Headache Const, ,.

_ .! .:I5"'i: i Ji: :".- U\ i I!j H. AUCHKK: Se-r.-tary enale. JJoys" and \rout h's ItrParH ; E'l:!lgi Ii.h and American Cotton I Ilkfs I B.) 1 Hepburn! and t the said: William I I I Holland, Diarrahcra, Gout, Rheumatism, (,raT*[ Via-.

--- ,1 Pass-d Hiuise, I) December! I I'i, J I'.i.i tine1 BiomnsMeiis : ; Madras ;and Verona head Ilkfs, each in (the State rfew York ; the heirs r-f t ; lenry, &c. For sale whole-sate ard rnl,l\\. i..

'fl( } ; ; >: 1 1Till ROltKRT IWO'.VN, Speaker! I/to. Reps.M. pegged Boots! ; Ladies' Cotton I Hr- nnd Gents Ilf-hose, John I Pealiody, deccasfd! and Daniel MrD-iUgaM[ I Uec 1-2 J. C. ALLEN DlJep

:: i P.UL4!
_ SiV4Ua'!: ..1 t P1'"-'; Ih'LLtt'Il! ,\r.X ': j11)- !: Ru-jct Bm ans. For sale; by Cotton( and Flax Thread, Jones, John 1 1. 1 Howard and Edward Cary, trustees Tarrani's Compoinul

a1l1" p.-iiji-a'i'.uaJiv! in it.iv- ice; or, biX DuLt. .fl.ll' t<;) amtiiJ the Ctnitlilnliitn oj this Slac 1 B.; ELLISON fc CO., Plain and figM Swiss and, checked Muslins, ot Calhoun &. Bass ; :Inrdit'aiIy: ; r-, assignee j! Cubclis ami Exiiacifl

._1IJ.< .vta S'i': JW1'H8.: ;! :" 4,. 11) a'1'.11'1' 'iI'.i JI'I of i"llcI'al.lo-- J.nT': 21 I Water n'd.On Jaconet and Cambric \Muslin, of (;l'ore; \v5. Ru.s: a bankrupt, and DanIel .Sland.s t'opavia.

THE 'ru-'*rEI .:!y GF.OKGIAX: far Me .'i-HiMt/'i'rii nini i tint en f .':/" .,:,,;i:1. /i iSDri'JN /. (! tJu>iiiisiC2if.HE Needles, Pins, Tape, ice. Ace Mf-Donjjald! each reside in the State of Georgia etfti-acv if unrivaled r tcr

(. ;siatfif* i* ill hi; :!..J 1i 1II.tf 111 acr.4t.iilcat : I i. /;<' it. II. '< "-/ /"g, lIt -cII'I ,lIl,11 r : subscriber t has lately received on consignment Which have been selected with great care in, ; t the aul John \\'. Campbell, I Hudson A. few; periornaarin
a
tf the mails ilire" litncs n'pr>' "('tI(',(;,, s <>flJ")/ Fi days-no Cmfi() )
a wok; (TueJ.ty, M'ifrif <>- t the following! article : :cev'ork and Bostonfrom I Itnportrrsand Agents I TIIrulen"athaui..l 2\[. Thorntr.n and i I Diiiican .9. merit or i
TJ.ur: JJ%' 11:11'' SalnrtitiA the Wllice of the riil, ill CentralswwiWy cOII".I. That: I the Manufacturers, at the) lowest maiket rateand McDonald each rf-id.- rPt'-cjrun j1
2 ca-ks choice Old! Port Wine ; (- ; i the Slate! Alaban.a; : ; tis
DAILY I (;EOHCL\X.I and contains all!1 the intelligence arcond cl.trse l ftl..lilll'fjl.II'II'I! ,' 01 l.ntioil C.ti! -t Ilii 1" Old ;Itleir.tVine' are now ollercd at wholesale or i-fail on favorable Ibe 1 said: Joseph Branch ai.d Lawrer.re 1)'B.. l41'tflflIJiValualle.b.neees4ary. 7 tvrnI ;
Comit.crciul i'viitical and ili. eliau : i oft Idi Sisite lie so nendt'd .is tu n-a-l I as I f .ilInws ;
I superior Old( Scotch Whiskey t terms by rM. G. POIITEII: ; &. Co. Branch and With:irn 11. Brockeniirf.n, each reside
ni!, including Advertisseiaeirts vix : 2d. Tho meinbi-rs ol I ilm I IJ.iis': > ol( ; ;4r ; Iiar-(1 with the gr
new published 2.' Pale fc Bro. Otard Brani'y Dec. ISl'j.'; .11 Water street.Hi. in the \1 i iddl. Circuit of Florida(. : II is ltue- ; I 7uii.itite
: .
ia the >pre! lIt.lti\'l; shall I I lie cbi'-sc'ii !h\ tbe I 'j'i.iiifi--d i :I care, n. t.
D.xih'v Dirk Duinond -- ----- -- fore finlfi'fii, f that I the said Delendan's hfreiribpfi
1" Br.ilvI -
:: tCtCd .
and sbaI! >nIi" the ; I
I n4rIrmcIp.
;, Si U-nn 11 I I two ,
: parts! ( : ye.us ]I'') Iias'ccfs London Clll;, Clnmiaignp.Al : Ellison & Co., iil Water street. i I;ire na rmn-(I. aiid (-very of t tl.ern, d) a p Iuar as.d; thai
from and after the d) of I th- iir-t elfction ; "S upon rid1firt
'n 14), a of all of SHIP CHANDLERY.MAILL answer (Ibe said bill ol complaint otherwise tlie I
THJiEK the t amended) C.isi-tit-ilio.i; nut 1 nliuer and variety Si-gars, which will be II -S esfablisht.: '. ticbrnted .
DOLLARS per an-ium! ; or, at DOL- : : sold low for L \ and I Cordage of all size "amehall I b" taken I -
onlv them
cash bv : Hemp ,, pnt ronftsw again-t t.S1.A/ .
LAitS for six tnrjiith the $c.iulI'l of 1 the fiener.il 1 Assembly, ,!:aH!I b-- Or. i i <>n': >-. \
I d i Wormlinp I :l I and each of hero in defmlt -
EIHV.IWTcCJLLY. nc, n Iallinl'plln m t : Provided, t'nis order S tliaf
,
Till I 1: WEEKLY GCORGIAV, i< published! biennial, and com.nenceon I tfwliJIJI'lhI'I'ld.lv' [ ill .- a i-.niftin >i< n > i.rilar
I-Vb 27 V;irii. ( )oklllll. "rm Oil, htlltlo.'II.IIt'! do, Olive be piiMi-Ked in ; in this
; jiri-iTeil
;
Water Vreef.WISl'ARS ; at.y newspaj.tr; rtintiltwould
November ill each and) second |.n>dnce" a "
rii rt ,
Friday afa-rnoon, at TIliiKC I : UuLLAU-S every year, oral r. >
every h d. Lir' >fd do Haw do Boiled Tur-
S ( >, -" do. Spirit.- Circuit I i I once awefk 1 for four months from the sie-u1v .
: d Clin1t.rihIr
I per annum-all payable in :advar.ce. I j I I such other tinn-s ;i. ti: iy be pr,>.rrilt.11 l fly Iavcr.See. atil S'.vivn.-'s Balsun ol Wild ;i'ntine I I I Paints i \\' iiiii'.' ( ;il.l!", I Pirtrv, While r elite. hereof. Dated! .\ nl 1 I II.I 1 17. lent; die! at ot tt'cf' bar r : -

,\u.u4; It, J" 1' 2. Be it.tildul' t'/llIl'/lfl, That the! I third ju I GEORE;
-- !, clause ot the f.mrth article "f I the ( oit, itnt in he Xov .J .1. C. ALLIIV.: l-'nu-ral'l; d!Imperial I I do, rhroin; V'flow'r- S. HAWKIN-s, disea-fti-.4.1 tneh I I !jijvtfi! tt-\ ff- ',J iit \
NEW OLI.! \N, TYPE FJUN lillY I _- -- -- JinUf fo I tb" We-ern! Circuit ol t Flondi.RAND catir-ti. Fr sale by
j amended i") tint t the same s[ull read as follows : ib ;ri-. Liih ANDPrinters' j. : i I Sliirtings and Prints tie dll.i Tar Ro-in Pilch! Coal P.nnt \ r.i. t*, H \,.\ r:R lH.-cl-2: J. C. ,
:i That I the 1 l"ere-vitatives; : shall: I I be chosen' : on SHEETINGS by ; Turpftiiinc, I .ALLE\i- ?1
: Farnisliiii: Warcioisc.o. the first 'ItUd.'lI(lie month of.jfober, in e.ich low for c ish, bv i;rii-i'--! Vartii-ii do( Tlrloe'wh! do. ( 'l-tmpdo. C'irnlain fit's --'oliVifi-r'. 2'1m! --- .- -

:\ 17 Canal sin it lion '' and every. econd' \'C'lr, from and niter t the f.:r.t B. ELLISON & CO. l J.'Wljl; 151 if\! CII,11'hilin?, IJ.u---ia I ltick.) I'n: Ill Eistriri---- -(-:'otiri---of- the -- \, ;-'EI'S
hUE utidetsi ned b L Jan I h'h i do, f'otton do. I Heavy I Ravendo t Li iit do, IJiiitr?!
T-i ; ?; ave to announce to :'election, I under thus amended: 1 C-j'i-ti'uliorj! 21. 21:? I Waferfre.t.; .
J. lV.>iisl ers and Printers, that HK-V liave 1'!- i-uch other be directed or on -- ---.--- .-- -- -- - -. --- Whitf. ItI'r' and (ted: IJimliu' :?, Nails: f'oppi-r du. Staler, i'orthr 'Voi-thcm Di-
day bv l.tw.See.
as .
t'lhH.\uda\ cum"tt! > o1t: l'xt"jj'c1Tl'E FOIJXIUY S may nrj.U"s Hal"it5u: uf 1rihl ( ;WI'I'r. d't b Tacks, :>inp Spik1.--, Boat do, BradScrew..-, ti'jf oi i.'IHI'ila.
; :'J. That
IU this The I 1! ,,k L-tter of this Jjcitfitrlfurcntjclt'-l, the fifth DOXi'N( I: j just' received and lor iibv! Jack: :ert.wlIcll'Ir", I lIarltl-(l'ik'-, Citp.-fiin IN! \lMi: xLTY.j .
city. C1'niirby !./'! nf tlie 1 aforesaid article be so amended as to 1' B.irs, Oir-,, I P.iocks, Shive.--, Jib, I Hanks I Hand Si
.\Iril I j Datli..1Id! .,
ortI'r [ III H.I I" n\\
was cut t-i workmen of LmsKpinence : \ uii.t: .. I 111. }
read as IMI.nvs, viz : The Sendt; (oi'3 si: ill I bo clioj ----- ------ -- ------- Pimps l D'-i-k: Buckpfs Cedar do, Deck Broom.rii .-, t .
and! as no i-s; :iets >;>..red to I j sell by the q-ijlilied electois, for tiic' tern of fo'ir! (' do, ( "'aiilkin! \1.111Inill' do, .\ otber-- < \\ I!' rs tit rb

tittaia the handsouuM fact s and Jo perfect it in : years, at the tame time, in t became ma I Cra.j .110 allii, I h'h'I'.lllIo1IId I I TiimbI! .'-lJox, i Hoo\s I ,x"1 ,teJlI hlt.IIIIuld, -.

every respect, ne wilt voMure; t t-i .say it will be i i i'in the "tine place where tn! >y vote fur meinlK-rs! FIuI! [, Fall Crop, for sale by Can do. Cittton m do, I i'otldo, [Ki-h. do, (Caulking: i i Vs.j j- Liinl i 1 1"1 Ci I LLioa.

found: as h&udsumc, if not the hansoine! : $ ia the i 0 1 I' the I House no
I
iJnU'd State U'e Jrive .-l,o a very h'M ds. me I shall be ; person -- ---- ---- -- ---- - \ I B'Jii' ; I DipperCook's I Ladles, TormentorsDivider -, her tackle, apparel and | I
Senator Hides
assortment cf Flowers andJcli Letter oi the i a ? he be a while man: a QUININE I Camphor; and( Pipcrinc! !ust J'C-I I )i -, ('Olll'ih"fil; i I NeedleSail i I TwinSfine *-, 1 f'ir-iittiie.; j !

laj j I citizen of the Unit'-d Staleand! I shall I have: 1J'-en : for sale; bv I do, Sewing do P.tlrn', I I'i: i? 'in2j L'-nth-r, 1'ICr. i-i jiven t'1 all I _
test Mlyk1 !a wliiclive w.uIJ call the attention \TO hereby whom it
: an iniibitaiif! : ot,I t this State for two years next pre- AI/rill7 II. F. ABELL. I Pump; nlti. ShovelHa'imn'r I I *. I Hatchet.hi I ->-l-lAtU'irs i.\ niay I j
cf Printers before c..nfcrn t Mint t by virtue of attachment; |
clSYiWc.
purciasn; All cedin his election and! l t tie l.it yonr a re<;iier.l! ---- -- ------ -- ---- --- I ; I PI: III'--. I lliidiwCimbli't.! ;I .-. I H.uid-aw: i an H!
articleis mUluhctured shall be ot I warr.i'it of :iresf i is-tiwl; in the abme I I (: .t.AHl.t: 'S LRMII'LGE.i1. .
by us a material StvLavallze. cap,
cf the district or county far which he --hall l be : 3'lp. i iil'--, Rut Till do, Iron ''1'1 ire. Cii1Io.rtlSrIk Lofk-, ; .
equal, it nut 'iiH-rior t'l A!,\ ln.tuuf4t-Inre4I i i chosen, and shall have attained the ae. cf TtJ. r iv.vivdanJ for "ale bv I .lo. HonkSr: : I !,iit! -, I Hiiis.I i I P.itlIfi! -', : bavedand:: iken tire above rrientiuiieji SN-.IIII i .t. t I., e.- 'rUt eaII 1.e7tei.

at the North ; and as we shall *>t-ll Type at NewI tsn1yseytars. Jji-H'lJ' i I II. :I-'. \BP.Lr.: Woodaws IV-i'li'ii" Mi 1 i liv.ird.H.oid: LineD'ip -, BOlt: I'i!:;ittta, her tackle, ap;>ar,'I a-id ;ill 11.1 inc. Ili'l! <.! t :, > >\ I irh has: [ rdVMlS"t

York prices we trust lu inet-t Witl! encourageraeat. : I i S-c. 4. ---- !i i :Sea do, Lo:; do, Fi-i! do. Hand L.-.id-. |11..1.: In .n-'....r to tbe |Ih: I fit! d tb.'! eii. K>r ,lars.reir (.1 .ii 1-c -' "; k : .' ::1 r- 4l! .v i-i.aity -

clause ,.f reitjurthert.nacledt That the sixth \/I.J'IoXI.( .. LIFE PILLSD! !l'li1-\"I.\: Si..I lit, -s'i'. ',,1 'I f f', I'Sir t !i.i. i ii'iii'lLnithorti -, S f a ('.IiI"oIlI, in ,t (..1'... civil tao trt.-ri1rrr,. -- kn:..t !IdICd! 1.; ,dI vl I'u I .ivt-ln I d I i it. t- ht'fAYSL'PIIRIOII

We are now prepared to manufacture IJIiASSnCLEaiv J lead < the aforesaid article be !o amended! as to ;*.., just received( and: for .tI.tv.! ;! e
ITl'Coi$ any nn :utuJ, with ;>r.';upttijss. ; t as as follow'iz.m.id.at thf. The I llr-t classUieatioa ses-sion of Ilia(Airs General Sn'i1 Nov 21 l _.1. C. .\ .. :\. i !TooS Pi 1 !.ivm! : Pins, Tin 1',1.1o.c.\\' ir-, ( 'r.'c'irv. Carpenter's. :, Di-fricf Co-irt .rt t ,.- 1'-dt1.'t i

Vfi would alsti 1 "ati-.l tmp-ou j j em Disirirt, of FLisrida .t '!! > Clerk's! oiru-e ,' ; rc'r"s WIR.N 'I \ % it..
I : )
jiarti<"iilfrly cjJ] the \ Hail Slope.1AA ) u < :
-inbly held in (lie y. .ir l hi l'i, shall! continue A. iaHficu.i.! J I tn HJ7BEEN I
Iea1iui of Printers tn our LEADS, !having: an .at-I' unclian irJ ; one h.alfut..ho1l, as nearly as i- PCS l Kentuckv: : Ba.'ginij ; __ s.tid Ci'iirf, IIJ t"I.! rtv >ut.1'f.Lw'Wha.OIl! t'.t Tlill WHOLE >Y.s'IKM.: h-.f i, -> .,* >

fire new set of inoaMs by whi"h we are enabled : l lii', . i.. Water street, birth :.Iudi(1.lil( I | II'IY\\ ot Ma i--nrit: tt !If': ra rit-s Li? ibf sill{ tt''i <:. ri'i! "f t. v

furnish a perfect art;icle.Ve are als J Aj'itslor : for tile term ol four years : I'fosiJfil. lonnciil .HI",. PRF.VAI.KN! !N Tlfl! S'KMO i v'

tlw s
Smith Pr ,se i'Iuch toother with Cliases, 1' t that class of(Senators uncxpired at the first Dec 5_ -11 1 Water street.Iron I ItJ') hlrrds.rlh, rn ant I \1'1'1I.'lour: ; I ) \p.Itci.ic-.I:, ibis I 1.1th div ofIa.\, >e in bsd Keaiib. 1 he r; nen- rn n.t feir -
Cases Stj wk: Furniture Ink -- -- -- --.---- ---. in the Ib 17. KOP.EIIT MYHRS ( ne-t in which Wr.ra-s titrr
aiid year
C'jmp.bifl:? I election under 1 lh<: amende": Con>titulicn t sliall! I :.J'J OM Rectified! Wbiskev ; pndi.iv )ur.
othiir arti.le r..J in the biisi-! Nail_, 'c. .5 1?. 0.. .Marshal and b. ri-rrmvii: it, it in: 'bit- l ti w"i
every re i1I Printing !. extend to, and exjre: on, I the! fir, t Mo.'iday: in 10 J Invc-5' white, pale nnd brown Soap ; ; -- r ;rnpiuam -

ness will l be kept; 0.. hand, and furnished; at October, eighteen buitdrudaiid; fifty.Ser. : )0 TONS Swede Iron, assorted r-i/.c-s ; ."> hh !s N. O. Si: .. ir ; "> .Muscovado! do; bv II. R. TAIWHI, I). ). in the b

tuanlarturer'ti prices.Editors 5. Be it further cnurlfj, That the frl 10J) kegs Nails, d,). : ) casks B.i"o'i: Sides ;and Shoulders ; May 20, 1" 17. IIIfrl'aIIUn ? the -v-lem, and I the h.-aitit f titi i atirrii -

and Printers wishing to catablish a election for A--euibhin'Mi, under this amendedConetitution \ .1 I casks Weeding I hoes, a-sorted) qualities ; ;i ,I lI.Hoq ; Cii'CMiit atvas impn-Vi'tl by itu.e, e* en w I li-ri in

r\e\\'I;lajt'r III' Job i'rintin; Jtice! will be fui- : shall! lalcKpIareon!; tie! first Monday! ( 20 Blacksmith: Steel Faced Am'ils1;J 2') !Inrrels Clarified Smar ; STATE ( iF FLOE:11)Court. are dicovtred.
tlh".rt'llh an e-litnule in detail for the 2.) English and American Vises The Canadian Ycrinihure is orly 2.> cernt 0
same, in October, eighteen hundred: an.l t'orty-cimt) ; ; lJ! boxes Loaf do ; Charles Barn.und: _\1&,11
atiti: the size of the paper, or the particular an I the fir.1 l sessifn of the (General Assembly, under 2'J Bellows ; TV) Sperm Candies ; Adams, Geor.. ,; W.Barnard bottle and is much more easily adn.unttr}, iLi;
.
t'ile and of ork to t bvxecuted.. I 12 dozen Spades and I Shovels f-tl'tT.
'JtI.wt jly this amen'leJ Constitution, shall commence on ; 2'')) barrels N E Ibm ; ;nd'I Charles: ,

U!:$. The proprietors (jt iiavvspapers who will I tputiIh t fourth Mon-lay in November, in the jeareighteen 10 Collins' Axes ; 'l U White's Baltimore Gin ; 1. irk in, Merchants, I Attachment.t Prepared only by JOHN WINER & Co-. <

thus advolist'ii.eiit six tIlt 11,1 Its, alaI; send hundred and 10' bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards ; I 10 I Dom.-tic Brandv Maiden Lane, New York.
I.rty-cJ.ht. ; trailingmmrnderthme; firm : "
} Ilmlttrn to$ (:! } fit
a to our ullke \\etklwill he lor the 1 case rb.\'I.HI'P Ca-t; Stl'elIill Saws; II. F. ADF.LL Auent
idid "
paper Passed Senate. D.-cr-nibcr ';>, 15 IL ; 10 N O Molass> ; (,f Barnard: Adaras ,
: Damages ( .
adrertneinont by six time.- 10'JJ I lb, Cast and! (;I'rmall1 t for sale bvWM. $ iiY) Jan 0 .
pui "tsasing the amount D.I II. MAYS, President cl Senate. > ) hx.rn li-b Dairy Cheese ; & Co." I fur :'t1alaehjcula.'I'lIe :
(advertising bill iu Tvjie. G. PORITR: Ct).
If. ARCHER of Senate. ft') Kentucky
Secretary pieces Burning: ; VS.John
S GIIEF.:; & co., P.1 30'1 I Honsc 1t"1;'., ],'c. 2!', IS 10.KOUEIIT -!). /-* I II 1 I Water Mreof.K'AT"S 3') c.ii Is Hope ; Jil1. I Great Canadian Heinedj.WIXEK'S .
-- ---
M.v 2'l 1 I.i7.I9-n I ; 17 Can; si. llt.w.b --- S'JCCTOKAL, SYRIPOF
IMIOU'N, Speaker I I. Reps.M. If; ) LIFE PILLS ANt! PWE\'IX II) b..les Alicant Mats; THE Defendant: and a'll l others i interested, will I

10 IIlID., -_t. Cr.ixStir: J ; : i. I). PAPY, Clerk house Reps.March 1\1. BITTERS: just received and for s tie by S''J Ix.an.1 blf-bxs (new crop; ) Mai. Raisins; t ,> notice of institution cf the above L'nrivrtlled lIOKKIli'l'XD for rhe cure i>f Cotii--ELlX.\! fold.-IPA, AilinSi'iitinq I.) .

:2'') do XcrJtus Sugar to arrive;! 11--,-N17.- -J-r-- -fnof ---- Nov 2'-----I II. I.'. AUELL Drll.i4. 10 Lemons ; suit attachment, ret urn:ibl* to I the December of L'Ii'ii::; I lIu .h. Lilfu'
1O' sacks Ilio to 3VJ do Java -- -- -- -- ----- 7.1.1I1I11.Ielnrpll Tobacco ; Term, 1' 17, of( Fruiklm! Circuit
; !!atc !:FJorn2 Saratoga Water.UARTS Court, and will 1 ty of Brfaihms.; Plcun.-> ('cnrimi'iioD,
4U( hxti Aromatic 2-: ca .>assorted Pickles; at 'ar a'"l and all 1 >
1'obacro; ( plead thereto acrdum( to law.CARRAWAY r-eas of time LUHS
COUNTY OF F I HX KLIN. Q. : and Pints, fresh, (lor sale 3: ) lnrrels Mackerel Nos 2 and) .1 l Bronchitis ih-. It,
:*'! Mnil'd d<". "Jro'.vn's; and Labby's; ; SMITH, I IPlainlifP a >e that is >i\vepi'g!
1 ) Y virtua of I the power ve-ted) in me by 1.1I I April 1 17 |If. I F. ABELL.Silasilc '
2'1' Sperm; < '.indies: .">!J bxs brown Su.ip; .1) shall ; -- ----- ----- : -- 20 hall nbls do do ; Attorney. I sands to a premature grave under the oair.e
for ale liclore I the C I '--
1uJ biis ShotiJ! : kegs Powdi-r ; I I24J'ii j door, i i't I the expose of mit Ho'i>e CJoolis and Stationery. 20 boxes assorted Syrup. ; Apalachicola, Ajiril 13, 1 b 17. aprill" ll-lra I Consumption, can be curtd by using ibis mecmne.
Ibs Lead -., I' city : Apalfhic: : > Franklin counI 2:) J chests and boxes (Gunpowder and -- -- .
Hy- -
; 4 ( -k. Lliifefd (Oil ; Journals ---- ----- --
,
; I' ty oa1'1IIl.1y: the t t\\'I'uly-tifrh day of October LElHiERS Day Books, &.r-.
J'Jt kc sWniU- L.AiL.,! No. 1 Kvlra and Pure. FooNcap and Letter sill Teaa I ; Franklin Circuit Court.D. For several rears pa>t, this citdinne 3 bit
Paper
the
next, at t U.i.tIItIlUN r.f III> ;
much
s of
alebyVM.. G. POIITKU: cc CO. so (be Cot Memorandum Books 10 > chests and boxes Powf'bonsc Teas ; K. Dod-e, ;) in tHC in Canada, \\bere it bas be t'Tm.t I1nIVf '
land. I ill
oiIP..il'* I the ; f ;
Dec S .' W,1cr; street. I known) ; city Apalachiciila] audI Ship and River Bills Lading 2 half pipes OKI Cognac Brandy ; \:. v lx CHANCERY. ly known, and i is considered the br.- n.td.CK.
(Cal Pmul with the ;
as I lands
,
---- --- a'ljoinin:, as 10 baskets 4l Heidsieck" Champagne: James Watsi.n in use for all I he frti'success '
will oooks! for Letter Pi ess. ; (t e'/ ) pulmonary du-tas.
be salfi'-ient,
.1'U'l"an's Ifl ,'sul I t'imitkc: I the sum of Three 1 llnn-1' ( Nails assorted sizes .
ttZei .r
: ) kegs ,
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks ; D. K. Dodge, which has attended! it- u?. D. I rti (4try
lii'd )
a-jd: St-venty D>tll.irs and co-Is, f for} t the bbls Pilot and Bread,
.\t cr.iur. 2": Navy and the tit"-5
Just leceived and for sale bv ; vs. > Bill for Partition. many truly wndt'rluI4'urt! *
ani'.titif! lice
tm\:-:>.VUI and i ia ill\'i 'lratE'd I I State Taxes due (from I the A pala' 3 tierces new Rice
t.TA1.itI an ''a. Land) March 1 II. F. ABELL. ; D. McDonald, tt. at. ) have been tileded by it, has indumJ the pni1'
'"
.St.J. .d :ii'a.lhul: r1 n.iiizn fir I bodi .Ndtlretf : Company( ; !!'i I the additional quan- ------ --- 20 kegs and (quarters new Buckwheat tors into
I Itn' lit. ----- -- -- ;] (1 EORGE W. 11055 having filed a petition: to introduce it th! \ ikfed Sute8
1',:' 't'4 tI r \q; \ \ I' ;;:.'J.tt: \'1':"U': T liaij.i. toTaX.1!s -ablelnds for the 1 lying i in t this l county, and For Sale, 200 bushels Norther Oats. Vjf thc22d April Is Id, praying to have a c'r-on fident of its being the most safe and valuable:

SEJ..ZR: .\I F.: : and fort\-five.! year one thousand ei;!ht Iiun'livd TOO BnIX I'LOtJIl; r>1) bbls. Whiskpy ; Apalachicola, Dec._ _5_, .1546.h fain amount of money now j in Court, belonging t to medy ever discovered, and adapted to aU dis

'fr.11i !li.t, I 1 '_1: d.j.! S S d to l be: JOHN I LUCAS 1UU 50 r b!.Is. Molasses ; 20 hhds SIJ 'lr. defendants, appropriated to t the payment of his 01 the lrmns, when any of the umctions o.

the mo J 0', i I .. .1---' i .t i*', ""f and *x-ouicKiTa\Collcctorfor Shr-rilF J 114 landed from schooner Ann, and for sale Tobacco.HALF fees as I the Counsellor and Solicitor of said de perform their natural or lia-ry action eentii'

th<* t11'c%'t'' lt i .;' it. .,; .ti"-t. j'.ifiu'u: j Franklin Co. law, for cash, by I boxes Manufactured W IJoane" fendants; and the matter having been referred 1 most grateful and soothing "irfluence ove B*
7
: .\ >ali<-bicola, April 21, 1 1S17. lof.rnA \o
"
; ;
and .Liver_ :.-, ;'t .', 1'd.Iacle. JVrircbJT NOURSn Brand. I
-
-- t ;, --- STONE & CO. me as Sp'ciJ.lIasler; in Chancery to act and I I functions of the whole stem dirotais&ai.1"citement .
hear I. 'l.' '. ,'.'i -"j :",' I I'4cv's V( ;c 'a.b2c.ulihiliotl'9 --- 11 I half boxes Manufactured 'W Price" Brand.cU" the after report :m when :: Jrntatlt"'
..., and Caps by (the) case low I for cash by upon .1111(, having given 30 t daysnotice : exct-soive, alLying
rwcI4" ', i.l; V ..I .1' 44..4 f 10.Il ,B'ill. [HATS ; : tt ild. by publication in sorenessand
the
B. ELLISON ( papers. It is i there I pain, and speedily iUlpa'lingnntl'I
find it ,I. i" ,1'' .. ii 'IJ'N FRESH i & CO. :H" "W Barlow" "
a t ii "-.j -uj .fOrrl s-ipplv} jlJt t received and for stloby --- -.--- ------- I fore ordered that said George W. Ross, the defendants ed vigor and elasticity to the whole frame.

'Qut""OIl't i ." !- <. ) .f :. i : : !ii- :'.i.tl..td'if I.L April 17 II. j;.. ABF.LL.: For Sale, .b22_ lb. hoxes" .JV.lorgan" Watson, McDonald, tt. al., and all others I.: I I Prepared and sold, wholesale and ieta "

tI.'o j- til.', .,-,' ./. t":uiltl 'cm .- 1-2 Ib Lumps. interested I
I *
I'aJ. to ;
choice ( JOHN *
1. : i..aEIII Oil."INTnt I fIIIIDS. N O Sugar ; appear before me in the city of WINER & Co., S3 Maiden Lane, $*
.' r- t. -.1 < .- ,M.' : illiand cltlIu; II / tbfc 5 boxes Manufactured "J \Morgan Brand Apalachicola the York
.V; ) Flour 0:1: seventh soie
: "
by ((7th) rf proprietor f.r I the Uni'ed State
April next [
: \ \ !( .1r.immieIa splendid article for sale .
-,. Premium.b .
't1ir.ji'ivt- : 441'( I.t. 1.f! j fijiiri'-nt in |pie : then and there to
I \ FebJ2 NOLJRSE, STONE & CO.SALAD present or defend their H. F.
.' bv [jiij':: 'I] J C ALLF..V. __ respec- ABELL. agent
f..>', -< i ..ij, i !j.<*, > >. ;. .i. si'- and rt'lallhy I 1 ------ boxes cc" Napo Live claims, &.c. Jan 9 !
-- ------- for
:);tv..;. j. C. .\LLJ; %. Druggist, Lc.THE PresscCastor:! Oil and-S.tritnt'atcr- :---- OIL, just rcceivedand! for sale by leon's" Brand \Ia, nolia." CARRA WAY SMITH[ __ -- --- -Aialach.-; .

--- '- Urus &jic(! c1nc s: COLD t received and fur sale by I 17 __ _!II. I F'. ABELL.ISay 5 boxes Manufactured cc" Napoleon's" S'iaIMa"tH in Chancery. Baisriun of ivcru-ort.

."L :I"i' 1.- r.ist ri-ceived JUT recent L Al rilln l H. i F.; AIit1E.rI9vit :. Ktiiii. GO 2'J' Ib boxes Manufactured Strawbery. Apahchicola rch n 0 i, Is 17. 8-51 t A REMEDY mo>t perfect' is said nr.wto1discoverid
--- "Napoeol1'
-
.' .:, \I\* York full and fJj4: The hearing of the above matter is in settled CPHMIB j tit 5, i'1"
Jruni : a com- :Uolas'( s.Ix supply ol A. Frencli's superior ) Brand pofponed -
AFRESH Magnolia. until j I Friday! t the WIlt 1 Complaint, or of their 1t' *!'>
|iljte Htm'lc (,.:i->4..4: ii part, Sulph. c t Qni- tii-ivcs and, barrels, lor siie I ov just received and for sale by 9 boxes Manufactured Morford I Honey Dew ir.st. I the allY incipiert >tU

ilia:, H\ ,1. J.' 1' f:1! < ;.).iusiic a 1'otassi', StIJ lie, 15. KLLHON; & CO. __Juno'12! 11. I F. ABELL. 10 Crates Crockery ; 10,000 Florida Segars Apalachicola{ij' The A'pril I 10,1SJ7- 13-lt I I on Chrop.o-Thermal s\stern, b\ tbeDintor ot tf'
hearing of TAYLOR'S celebrated ncdicine,
the
JVim.aU-: .. > ,i';:,:i. <,f )2(/rl'IIIr.unel'! Caustic, l-Vb! 2''I> I Water : doz above matter is post .
street. 3 j Negro Caps ; GO doz Hoes, "assorted. poned until the 30th Genuine )BALSAM )
Dry Goods. June next. I OF LrvERwoRl'brht.eflt'part'S
Cliioridi C.; ilti and oditini! Calomel -- --- -
< Jalaj, S
!':'I' i: IuP"HWll I Ingrain Carpeting, Cotton Cards, Trace Chains. Apalacbicoh, April I at 37.-> BOWERY. This ,.! I trealt''
Ipicae, lu.1 w. llhtibarb! Pnlvr. and Hoot. Senjij DRILLINGS. Ticking, Cotton Osnaburgs, For sale low close consignments, 21,1M7. 15-2m 1 I plar.
to by
Epsorn Salt15achn'! )Lcave, Castor Oil,, .\ : nlll Siowliti;? Saloon. Jeans, Flannel3, Blankets LOCKHAUT & YOUNG CC>' The hearing of the above matter is post now espoused by several ernineM I r.i t'H.icI31J' .Jo

SciJlit/ Powders, S-nla Powder?, Solphcr, flower rj '"llE Miiiscriln-r' i h.-4-i I'-.ive to announce to his: Tweeds, Shirtings! Shm'tinChecks, Nov. 11 53 \Vater pOII'llultillllt.I :30th of November next. and has been for a I long II Ut". it.. : rrr' d.t.

and role, Coppera--, Saltpeter, Alum, Aloes,, .1. friends and I he public, generally' I lint he has Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c &c. street. Apalachicola, July :J, IS (17. unparalleled success which has oBI t i.i'n! Ff

Calcind and Curb ol Magnesia, Cum Camphor, become sole iropriettirof the above! establishment, For sale by B. ELLISON & CO Oil Cloths and Carpets. Taylor's medicine in perferrrn..' ii* vesifr*

Flax Seed, Borax. Also a large supply of assorted aid hopes by proper management and strict I attention Jan 23 23 Water street. PCS Oil Cloth, and 2 yards wide Franklin Circuit Court. cures, which in many, HIrllrv: f,e t e- f

Glass Ware, and a general assort ment oJ I to merit I a ,'continuance of the patronage IP JLO 1. ; Barnard, Adams & Co., been almost incredible, but tU t"'I'" 1r.IH .'

all articles in the Drug line. For sale by heretofore so liberally bestowed upon the House. FIDLITZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the 3 peg super Ingrain Carpeting" ; \1 the Doctor can bring forward ar irrtsIt1lL ". -
In
Cotton [ Chanc
3 and i }
John
June 12 H. F. Al'lELL. All I 1 persons I indebted I lo t the above establishment best quality, for sale by Dill Elizabeth y- we advise all who may have (\ut= rr ,r:1I:
2 Stair
will confer a favor by '.ttlin;: with I he sub July 17 J. C. ALLEN. Ann Dill. J colds even, to use this perfect specificdelay. "I\!
For WM. G. PORTER & CO.
TARTAR arid Tamarinds, just re scriber. JOHN 15. JONES.Apalachirola. and sale by IT having been made to appear bv affidavit that Franklin sass a sinai leaktlU I

CREAM and for sale by April 9), IS 17. 13-tf SULPHATE MURIATE of QUININE, Dec 5 -11 Water street.ui the defendants John Dill and Elizabeth Ann ti big ship." Therefore", cure jour (I ugh: ef 1t

Aprill7 If. )F. HELL. S July Uoo's : l llfu"Iii. Dill, reside out ot the State of Florida, to wit : your lungs are past cure. For sale! hy
:__ \ i lid oxv ii I ass.A 17 -T. f. .Arn.rlEoarhouiid ..... in I the State
-- S and Men's Russet ; Georgia. // .* ordered that pub: J. C. AJ.LErSell' A 'evl ft'
r Brogans
Uull's and Suul'sCf LARGE H, of assorted sizes, just received BOY'S lication be made for four
_
\ttS.PAUII..L.ju t received for ile by and fur sale by Candy. I ': !h \\"d and pe 'd Kip Brogans ; printed in months, in some news ApalachiccliCAUTION ,.
tbe
.: June 12 II. F. ABELL. _Jtm I l2 II. F') ATH LT.. P EAS'rs: Chnlied Essence: of Hoarhound I Gents fine Calf Brogans ; paper them to city Apalachicola] requiring -The f-entiir-o Dieter TATH :

-- -- ---------- ----- -- --- Candy, just received and for sale by I j Wm's pe-r'd and sew'd Shops ; Children's do. do. appear and answer said bill, else I it BAUAM OF LIVERWORT, has rn tf.ebrttK1
will be
---XO' 'ICE. :,I HailQy's'Vosui. :lUixlurc. June 2 H. l'. ABELL. I Super Ladies'( Kid and Morocco Shoes ; taken pro con fesso. splendid steel plate ensraviig: to jrevent'tl"terfeits \

])EH'Ohavl.... !u.j'wss wi:11: tli. ..:"'",'ri- I '"" "I'S is .1 vul'i ,t'>!l.* ".. IPt)1Tl fl'iid exlract olX ----- ---- -- Super Ladies' coarse and fine Calf Boots.A THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. signed by Gordon J. Leeds, any (1 l'rt

burs during their absence from the city. will I Cinchona and Rubra, a vegetable febrifuge CU'I elllc."s Extract of Ullchll. large and extensive assortment, just received July 21, IS 17. 2S-4m vile and dangerous imitations, and tbe P"bJlCv

; Il case to apply to Mr. Charles A. Green. j I for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by WARRANTED genuine, for sale by :and for sale) by WM. G. PORTER & CO. and Lavander Water for cautioned not to purchase or deal in it,, -1"
sale
J. DAY & CO. June 12 J. ROSE by protected by the U.
July 12 H. F. ADELL.S C. ALLEN. Dec 5 4t Water street. 17 J. C. ALLEN. S. Copy Right Law
March 21, 1845. lo.jy1-7

-.
'-
















i1 .. __ S.._5 ., S. S .. .. .
_
\ S t SS :" .S.- Of --- ------ I 5-- -" .. -

\ ., ". S.I..- .."- .-.i"_._. -..s.s_ is _I. j.. -..-_ .- --,- .-. : .:_. ., .:." ,-'- : .- T : .- .
'O .7-
-- .5T.tn... ., ,._.. __ .. =
.
.
.'" o'th. -, ; .L S. .& -ii--- -v.
o6' .
.
.
\ 1 __ .- -' : -" 1Ir'W" _j .-. ,_ ,_
.
': : --< .
--" .eo :


S __ _5L .
5 S :
-
-
S
-
-'
-