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*erg.hese fine fellows tiwtl-e west ;Wand f voti kie.o, -bultebe i',,nihonasttt i6l"iy pa. :'l > d"
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I ... -'qrAi n d lManafactures '6i Tin, lhon, dnd Cop- .F II Crop, for sale b,- -- .... m a- -
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re f ttirB., .- '.:.'ret W ares. 1 ..A pril 17 .- H F. A B E LL. '\ iteiitrp I ti uh s sober ino nenis lie reg a uted
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.ate ot.er f" 'lf ('..EG.. coaiua prooud ,ohcaknowhi'dge itf l he agl.. ,Ikthiaag (*uld bleci ou !" rhnd afaen'.gi~viag.= hats haind .iu ,-i' .an -..-. -t...u:-,.C:o
.. ... .9 U h c ld i r d ii w -% i) a h e ,rly grasp. I ,,,rned hi-,ire'dly aw a ih ; oi , t r 'i o 'b p ~ _~ i r- ..
["J~ ~ .t~il-oe ^ S'y^i^ ..Ot~desRogerti .Johni Mn.nn. t.i.gend'W: Rogers. Q )0 HAVANA .SEGAR eo'nt-ini- u| :,m h'e conduct,d the W;.ua h~ yg~s.i otdhrelywyi Ooyu^ -oi pl^ vu^a ^
a rbG .- S -- Eo5 1tIng an -,nrtme mt of the P r-- nhaiatMn
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--^n sW % ^b ^' O" M=-s tret ,Partu ges," ad i-ther ci,,ice braitids, nr im land- inm pnranfe, exhibited a, .d e tal,. meda ae t -sC.glan P-rck. a, ,.:e P enn..ti ".-ai.. a e .
W ate.r street, irnal t na em enis. O n .i..e ast a befi re bs armsn lole.e ns -et', te.,i r, i "hirn- t h t 'l y u carie 1nq t. ( b'tl t aa-" r : .
wu i* Tec ...e"rsaon -- .' ..te s "reet, "" IM h u' 'E M CULL4,V, \i Witr st. .- fot, r -Ich was paved wih brick'here was alse bencr.h.ui so,.eol, -,hiyl k3 an.eh-.t-oare.ked by.. itahets..--Se frmu. t, -e, :-b: -
A ; -- -__ In aD-l'ote se re l built i e merv c -pne i d like Ilie dy in brations o l a iten-'. n su h Ktled i y. hi-.er ,ou 'h '- ",n-
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tJan eq .-.5 ._ ...- .._ - .. supply ( Efl h and French Rn- -ose ym ertn r ri Rien su py E g hain i t.Your-.uli s .... .... .
.^^ l. !60 fi '- : C' 'IS- ".HAS. W ater, just received, and for sale by cook, si irnia tlne cntenls. wmlic-h wmn- n Iea. -n ,e.it ,| .. .an Ira n!,e ta i- n a lae .m ,i l uh-, iur, oj I'oaoa d : -- g a
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;are aen trir, -r e ctatp't if it It %e t,,t ahie.idv cirs',, stie Cltarli,-on in die last sear, coua.ited
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e n l i a;t i l i l a tIl, e gi l a '1e r i r leln h i. e I t a il l e1a I t 0 i l le ti u, W l i i l i ,r e s t I t i h i, | A lik ia tn s a n d 't e x. s ca .i n v a> w tu L o nt c lh e a llp -
pie '- i ntri. t n l Iclie r 'sl. iiit, ol '- ; e I. I nt-n e ie l-nr ii.iil"at li,,1' 1ietn h e \ n a- er atiid i) better aivan ltge, l ls i lse olidJ
'-e s s T h e e n m in A .' v i o l e ,I 1 i L l i i r I l i -,- i i i l0- V IGe o r l a iJh l r >l ln : i T h e
a/ of ot i ,i e h a ,r I vi1 ill9 II Ise [a t t hi i v a' J S uIi es of G e n a amid :Sot 1 C.ara ii :i. l e
bor le ofolA ntislea.,.. thi ng ]hrey. 'set ,- am i" ilev,-r to reir ,"i- 1ao [l.r li-' ie asupe- latter r must tin.I oilier ;ia l n uore uiicraiive
0.- i f a i l o "P" I l e I 1 )'
r'I't-vp 0'}i/"^unT.)iiile l l.liIna[I i y ; i p ri, .lie [ i,,'I ,'--''f dlip i.orei"-si, ov r- ilo.e Ilhe branches of- husbandry, or be dlooim ed lo 0
alwlvgit ys e mosait realdi to be.-,bitio'rly ihdi' ttit-1 110151 4.1 slie ibreig-as. tnj--r li e li(the baihr a tbm dv rb haasel t
itlw ,vsy -tie m*ia rl is;it dl a aio .ea.-n."' thi r- i t a ll li keh i e i ikes for c t)lli l bui ill ite have tlieir ruial po tu il,.iaion r;pidil.y o10 dili-
nii htdih'es'nr"a tiril i ,iisi l E'vlh 'n [ el rael i, I u. iaiita a--' hlitae aiii iilhil.- mi.te iiishI:'and millions af acres olf old fields grow
-:. ,.iiitciples% or ilheir r ,,,ives...,E veii generaI- { i' 1- 14, 11' 1 V. ,,|iy ,;nt 11. 1s |) rk-i over Ili:>l Lil|- into. 1 r'e's ngain. E xpeiiene l,,is de-
-i h -le v l .h .I
..,"- tes .i. tios. pass with' thbea '['hey insisl -hs al 'i|:nv liar ,. 1 is Isls a r,.- l p lovter i t h:ll a- into fr'est a gain. e KlWlialce hitos de'a -
%%li ,lt1at Inriy wio t -% nnh an al sIl-athi rrs,,'-ii an ,i l mis iL.et-- hell it is, app aaielI P o t -0-1 inonis rnted, wham the best ha hils of cheasical
S' Hiaie n t s ioti will smut ). hear aicn h i s.li.r jl ulle t aplpi eollenai i in t 1i if is in ilie catliili- science woutild lead us to especi ; thal colt-
-.. 'i tii t Vn t iun mt will no si teir -irch1 ;lh iae.. b. a I lm of i' p ,ler mn a;i-azine .-urruiodleJ d li i, Ion planting, w hen alm ost exclusively prac-
%' tll it. nol'mii,-.;ey.hhiit. i' elc.;i it :ller, bh l t.hh ,nd I,onilpiia els lea.l it) 6e hliont i tised. is ihe most exhausting gricilitire
1tis m thensY hi~. u~ f'lt e"astez.0t5 r
.. -' -s-inth i'en9V Ihint ab.a one o. 'ihr e'f ie.w -i laeces at I ono i'nen 'isnit-wariin -a Iaia- known to ihe fariming world. Is caii ltO be
..- f i c i Ii's o es-v 8a s;Iald bi ltus' tinist be at.,i,.Ialv c.iealci.ul'iitltI lon1 g continiiuel on ihin ulilartils. as au ex-
.v,.a. .. i-yra .evy w .o' t e ir dm s wer e, il t-a i n -file cou e I, i tceH, ali t itle l tIFOsstllie, b it rile c-lsite business, and ntai gre:atiy iiitivtrialh
.llln"~ ~~ t s~t I v~i',-t -%%,hwere ii,i %s ron ." ..
t y.nd. ill.e-a 'i dte s' 's y -',i h it "s a 11 t' -' nteri. ri co sequence-5 -ol .-its sudden a lm ,-. the soil. T his lamnentabla e lesulI :iccr es.
.r. [w u 'exyo t. are de.ielii net i hi in'-1 -lIW.1 I e Sri dtir'll* 0di t o %. I\ -eis e not so Iii lnh hy the reiiov;il at" lenrilizing
r ,w f s, exc-.ei)l-w l iic t 'T 'e ) ,ir,, u l ,i s oi k c.f r o-'cllutioc 'l :iil l i u h I ev .liI- ele is'a- rts in ihie ciop. as by tihe cOiilinuoIis
'*n. "a ,.1 ; -wv laiichliig ol naked. plowed and lit-dl liind,
-- [Fr._'- -'st eN .,n C -,lir'd A NTI) -*** tsn, l. it' h-- 'llciii which is generally (pli.n a,Il I!ornus to a
.-B I'iU -* E OI NT I.. b''l *h'* ,Ivit ta c .onsiileritlle deplih. Go where inu will.
.;,. li -"~i i..Ll I' Tla 7,- __n', -,r,-r-ii',, i, i -atc.lih a- %Irt.i.le in isIt i iihrt Irofrm tli, great desert ohl S.alila.i to .ile small
a-..t-i. i .n' wat,an i7 a.,1 --114Pe a .s- ,. i,,.l i i|. tile lo '-. inil i l deseii f' an oli cOtlOii planidlion. .-,aid out
a ii s. tt '. ld i li. e., '.ir -h- ill--i: ii t .1-,e 10 n12lit h-efirt, ilie ,Slit itt w i find the nakedness of thle e;irlth ,i eall-
ii. c e s..'e'iti, ,' ,*el'i i l- i,.t iri-iiil i, n- t ,'s n i o tI"n' &ii s aa, lihIt ca be ova-r- blem of' stieriliiy. no italier how it was cf-
h t- 1 In- n I ajp''If aIc'll Ie'r.h I il i l' lie ciiai- 'thru]i n-Ui ti l ',-,si- ltrillil; solilnase all iit] tI-ecse1l. As cot1oa ctlltinre IAL'ois this riat-
1 l--I' r .a "atj; t' i uh
ty Iy.-l e.tn a ti;.l lll ~ im hr isa,. l,. tim c-ia int- 'thut I ae nli ,rs., i lia r.-,[ liein dily. it should be praciised very Spa;ting! '
-. .- i we "vi' "in clia -i t -I l t.ail. time i -!'i, fI, .. 'liihi. ari, eisel- ise q,,e aiii ,i h:t pIi all lands liable to wash and leach. unless
'" eOil glr*9'.11 '.i'" ;l,.liclkIl;li, : -a' -1 1 1, rl n- i n.miI..,-. ail n nml it iil,'', lmIe ._lS lithlPi wonilt l we are willing to desolate ;ilaid del omilate aI
roln ate iie a rvnjrs, ] ita i .ourn'. lii.,a n ',Ii ile lI- ,I-,l .cAr:ii ;1(1, ,. ,ftilme ihl ,u;.in h "ul a leno- State. If this be sound policy in.l ilie way
* -" 1 .si n -ks n n f -re .ii. i I liea -; t tri l \"'r % ? lail tII G1 e i i ri a:i to- ren d er c't ill ae ;in l relli.l ;id ,.rylr p eir
IM en 1 "r~ I 'lo etl to filel%" I I1
,- "ta nq di, ia'l. ;I'V.. ."W e alll .. i. i. a ll -' ( lair ,- il ritlr it. t e Secre i:, of the valiaiible, Ihen grrltil [pr[p tioiy 1to t e aittPir
TIP ', '." h-t .. .', r, r i osr I iiI an, in .1 ilIIesie-i. au inlle -tlis may soon be exilecaei Iront Ilie
qI' 0 ,% 11 I M ,I'sI NU s t o o f f i l f as I a it I ;Ii ..
f;--.' ..- ;D ur1n"iai t irI,_, t'e io i tiit h I ies oi if'. 15,, -e, it) a ulniter in is ol n p;iria rlii exh .,istimi of Ihe lain sg f, anilhs of
ec.t.t-. i' in til oilier ai ls ,i lrn ip JIi .an a little errir of C plhei in n.w ai l. Iiteorgi;s and Soull C'irollia. ;mn, lie rtino-
t "'e be"iiit-sii low ;n- t Ii ai 'lel aiPaistire iM Ihl n. of: i' few tiallinsis. estintlies Ilip ;.ve- val iof Iheir lancersrs to ihe rich vi'rgini soils
S -d tiitiniii-a e xl) Ji li t1' hilio 'r a fl; rsi.e vilue fli fIh ri. ait. crro ll llmi Uaiile ll Ihe \Vesi. Asstu iiig llial tis tysmein is
trut lo i dth ya(i'nti i '[yTlie' e b:rils iarI iir 1 S i1(-I. fa t ,7.2l,(10O.liJO. of whicil croll lie wroni .ntl' hioghlly iltjuLol a ti o tO he States
gl_- '?. c hn^Tul' s 'lc a rhinltJrnu l'll i t cbs'iil il 61 li i. c li- .la ies I :tl o in I si-lmh ntaly. (w .rl .i -12 i am mactl- w hlat is llie re ine y i
l .,A 0 itvO di'd c, '.* ef'el,'c-s of holn r 1 s, hi;-ae tiU[I.a1JU ,) lis tima utoc atirod Iar ilia r s U nl l 1 i s to a; Olpi a new sin' bctlert s sleni of
Ibe .. 'A.te avc'ir i, u a lto l a- t i0 i"i.t lesI r las res; hl ile sive- isilh Wot ii i ,i9 lli farosing- one hiati ill gr liil all iii rove ihe
.' e-.t-' i rnJ'fl,, heti ai-l hliI 0""n to lie-ciro'.,|I i 'Vl i -,ail ial mao be rriannilaclta real. ;itid chieilv, soil ,and itim mti,ih ilihe cost of feetiLa, ani c a-lo-
l '.e I i .ero.ti' 'm i is hi i ', w ere isi, lllv l. a-. ,f c o.s1-<, ,i E i taill -. T 'li s i ir ,1 .; f thing le humii lneisa ti hein s %tlno ,ire dlelpendelnit
i t s, hm si'of' iellizin,'.'sigier liiai s ;ists !I- Ili.iI Il)s aiaan l,-Ifcmured [pro. l..I is .seven Ifld on lie same for fod and raiiaent. 'lie
61lz iiJ i IlI, r lc s ll li la flii riili tu e r
'tute ilis "... [' he t -*a..lks. lhertelqre, Ion Li.-_ nnillre valuiible liin Ih's raiv cOinnansis-ll- iust step ino lis ch. tie is to |rovitle relta-
-oe-ne .-na', w ti "ithe' cpecnlhturi4. .-hlt'e been- lj,.-ig ll, l ihereflore. ilhe ePoirp qin.-iiiil ', ble hoine min arkeis, lor grriin. provisions,
l' ,lnralinog va-. issiles cit ; pI .ieia mI' I isev-, l. e- li y 4.1,llf0i.-lwiOlt,. $ i4 ,)itilail to i fil.l Wils, ;snd gaida'n vegetables. ,y a
-' -' 3'h i isu" 9f' bSlam*le stocks br specie l.--r ihe a:11is,4111v aauislinaum m i di tl lsi It It Isi -e extension of ecliec lic:Al ahnd iatnusic-.
.,., t chi. re. .. t e lade, o. pr Itca tI es n. M "e m n i lia irs i r.-iiiin- i luring indistr'y. T hio ,usns i of sicres of
0 'l j' iid 1r w fan mltn revili-.n i, mise Aineric:nii free ni-hder nih-t tie ')I.,,II.I.i. I s barrela fields would soon be coveid wiithli
ttl'ia nK porise nn tes t t'.'hhli.wl l. Soarie'a tl' e i ljnve nentioned- less ihe vailu'ie at m is ita, renovaiiiit,- herlisige andl grazedl by miaallions
b.-'-"i^ 'n the o tther iasl'ier"i We.,ilitr, s Si nin i a s. is-i aisah l mI s il )e ep rrse of tr.tnparl ia, of sh:el-l (iatli whitht anoihing is so good
t scume.-m (lie--' -e n tr^ alihrf irii.Aaiis-rac-;ati s*Iiap -is -aan iistr-ia ae saint. inor s cheaps to meliotale pc r soils.) pro-
SNorlh'ernt 4SAslin es"iy'a-t.ve ;I nimi ia iih r.- Iri. l isi lil l ie cr't o aiii ana uia ront i tr tol lliir i- I a 'lit a iot rte m yet was at hs ani for aill lhei-
aII v i ts -of- spec ie in iteir. vaiis,. on wiI -l i r in 1 faeig rh. Vicl- i -- PW'i-s Eats-Bana
-. a r.t Ei.an'teL; air aiir' ori e -l'rl aal s i mmyCl Io pili'er -;l I r' of i- mi g lin be pan. l vr i dv 1n .,1 prod i es Iure bushels of wlheat h.ian our
ftfi diiy nsn citctlaiiit. '[lie r-l-amtots be- Aiiseric.tn labor in Ish Un'i if Si,* '1si ithrty Siaies together, she keeps fifty inil-
ti'w''pa'i.'s e-ie aian! I| aIpt-r is loo iaiasa ia s si'Lr-,siioai hiich i s ben-ma ns:alhe al I res.m licns of sheep ol less I-nd ilitan Georgia
r*si:lyi~f.9m esC is aiats.' s~'T he anovetnent. -homw- tin y I o tu i'f hrs so A sieri';;n a iriner-; irti hit d. vole to sheep hsusbaisnlry. This
*eiter.et'at les t ie -'.~specui csrs lti keep it i) lie tiintl .aripfis, ;.nsl s-i oft a-it lo s l sern ial-ti- animal is remarkable for enrichaitg lasd.
fmrc~ofOn iir;t-g rnha ii-milis. cot u5oi aid vanioai-a n rs : if M Ilnan IliIe Lis ofoc') panrifin livie To say nothing of' its annual fleece, its early
(e r1 on il ex' lt-m willing a i t f i it u matairaiy ;and rapid increase in numtaira, time
0- j-r~ls -fc ahudiesta o sni hn'insex li~t-% ish*i1r--nni
I hjjiiglieri |'ices, -adill to prt ten t t rt.i;s ,riil.etiess Ilite fantr y atill be tt t ra-- sliheep gives more edible tleshi frtts food cl
Ws2u -sold-f se ?ntuacles! ia cates- c-hi i tam En 2 gaoad, to be-denved frntiii em a given quanmiiy and Value Olaan any other
sot at'-diewvyR 'b~c ~ 1b prarm- mle ole do Itiesm ac arat~insI.
*''t^ 'S;~%''-fce~.111 -'h al li'!ua pi ithay;.sih4'-hiti'ig*..- V s']? is is -tille- situaiio / lio1'ed for. it Wuul c ia -ngar. fto'si tt aitfl(oi'i' Bet %Vween poor soil yielding coa-rse he bage
ittl 4s -re- Aimietiir.i opeci-aves. teal l-v Aaitn a rmr isi rim: ;i'sned gasood crops-of' wheal, sheep siasnd ;il)-
fte m e j a -i a '. a e c t s as -u u ss-' ?ia iibhj a S a t I o ai e u s ht ir L- -i31 a l a ssi tir cAf'9osiotnci'. fie I s /' L i )icesandil E'i-ilsh .faasinet- lae tiost vtaliable innniecting link. W li te clho-
^-,.4,'.j.e.j .ri.'Y"i .t'cy flutn .be-ma atma a"'.ian 4 _'-' ^v -r -~fv' !-- a,. -^ _^ ;j ,. u -11 reg (D- l1)
PIN'~Id i-5ft-i- i aa h s reals-a) i-fl,
y eIi"rsp l't. Ill- revuliiip.aans -mal chli its" s it-prpsenied s-i a hem lt.lit iit is i are, s iti grflases-ii mir Iemlil ;%I rjounab al
-^qjn^oathIli (Plmclal w-4id %in ll flitnov. nnd urirostatinil American free ti-a.l r tli-it tenr tile Souths.
t l i-ltj wm evaia.>-r'lui i 11t10 o z.i iillusioia ill- s-a o iedel ia desire te la e-fer" I lie aa ai> t isv if A beittre s .teti of aariculs Lire, an exien-
Inhd ie42c Srm1allt)Ii!t.aa. adimiai-]icil f-irh M anichesiei oier iltha os Lof i-Il- io it laei eiun of' amasinmiactures, a aenser. richer, bet-
-s-- 1-tB 5%14i o111atflJ-iU..,i l ;il)a lte 'lIis ari jusliras 111al Ile t IhiIm h, act etcaiedl. anrad every way more prosper-
..*riA~ngtr ie athenr s. The --feini s :uf-iv I Ili -ie iajit i r ilt-a i 'am' a.i'tilp buildiiig '. ous paiitl Iuoti, are objects enr rely wimhsn
*imit~e~u-n 'pricei4aT-atav ah f ii atr st;|les,. -ae m lip neca-es-sy i f'i srlf |)es tiin am oar re'siclI, if we only male a reasontnble
'- ikt6 'n y. itherefore6'f)Pus ., bIum O.re' ii.st-eh Thsee I- nfifac-t more cei min th, ilitn mint :- effort o ;titlsin thf-se advatiages. The stLd;0-
.15, 'a hts $.st-hey 1.-yevebeet-a in at v- a Iis-ti (ral. sail.leti re-valtainn, he ii! i nt- tat | iat ir.ia r -a- o-h r ral economy as a science. ;irn m ie ci
-'i14iyy~yss-ti.kr .r's-iuce~rlite imes cif l li ;nnimd .. c -atil '-aIr r g-imerail conivi-Itios ilm Engliand. culsiion of agricultural j-a>srm:cl-, sliould


S. A"'COT1 ,li'nJlnce ofinvow..]sril:es:and a l sil-rn, e- ivotlo Isiov nihmniirls1-e rmh i i> m I llie u\h h ll meel wiihs general encrouragemnir it. instea-l
uje'nl of our foreign i.ia i r ,a'1 will. ilierelmte. cilloii pbiitig- Inreu t-sl e l i of tH "Souilh: al'd of general neglect.- C/ro. ancd tStn tinctd.
-*-radiiifly.lsrin tia a hI ea'd iihna a cni.sis tlie se, v -r wifuli '1-' c;siamiiVmy 4all mi'int men which
gt re-t'aoid'rv.' .erfforis'i,,.tlIe bym ie .o-ilit'V Wm-as a,,are js ilvy ibe fIriit t shi eir own inla- KEEPING COOL IN N sHOT WEATHER.
"bants in.'lie S.o5irtlh: .ind. W esI lUto keep, iUp Iiiiiiiiin. All tlie l ntorld i]l"f numaifndl, ioill of Chanmbers'. Journal gives Ihe following
"-,l'e'tprices four' st.iplos. AVe noulId nit. Attiericai, i undlerisl-ild ihe al"-iniasges nlf ef- well-ktown devices in hot ciliiases and sea-
"he rcl;Mtl -ii b. e 'ilr.p)rise io see, iliillie caiua'- feliitt g sac a-l i nial eq iiiiahle am id irituioal divi-. "
., "of.a. ew iiollnshi;a' selti'-lo s -IVlelutinii lake. sion (ifl labor, ajricultlurtIl sinl liiinufaiclt sons:
plae i e"itL our hainkin ciurreney ; auid Ih ain. in ainy t-v conirv, s secirtS tIle re.alesl '- The means in present use for artificial
sy"'"poltLs are a realrey begioning to shsowsi s.lfeiy si-,d'ialependlenmce mI t.he tIw,j c-l;ses. refnigeratin are very.varinous, some of hie
.. -.-thWi.lves' -in a wa c.akie'ss of th i coiinrv y and' roiects 'boili fion ile dmlinger ci, all very increasing. Amonuin these, ihe cii-
.batlinss the faitlulre T/f. somI e. iiJ tie islro-' iartiei h.,l na micisnimtidles. (tOnr S.teuihern I sien s i plovment o li' porous earlhenw;are inay ie-
J,.orijoi between specie.and lhe issts iof pi. ha- pi elerredl .Ihe system ttlhit-I wvouhli ceive san early place. The Moorg inlrolti-
p.'. r i ney. W e wonult tlierefore, s-alvi;e coilmnpil .it. Amnericans to be frlme'rs ial,, ced isito SleSain hIis luxury. in'f lie sIhape of
'" "J ihe public toloiik -nt.ntan-'d lee -csei efl -ol cthemilt'I h-lanrers, ata il t ihih ai ns to aedu e iarnieati very eleaamit vases. wonderfully it ly lit and
.iwl-:e; I i.of ;lsan .bbamanuag iisludio'.- --al i iteits to dependence ol casuiies porous \\s aer kept in ihese becabcme ra-
"' TIf."li.ks'of tlhe-ljar.ciiies --N-. v Yorki-,levoyndl their regulaion or re.ich ; iliey iidly lelucioutsly cool. ,anmd frtmn sutie pe-
-' 6 iladv.lphia, anrid ;lilimnote---ii' in ai olei- hsive hibored lihard, in especi'lI, to preve t I culiarity in lie process ofl ihe iantiulaciure
ao".- Mo "o altlly Cli llition."So,;a- re ilt se 1 f'- their owni counmtryvmen iluilling ihem ,ii a of lihe vessels., i acquired., ladl iilion s a
F: W""O 6 Ns E'n ill, il1 u1'. ma ke lor t aheir co loa- hei r re.a ,- aii-1 very agreeable flavor. Ins E-,)l ana i la -
: . 1h 0 o eW. ,tE' ,h' ,I-flii ,, it,) E,.,. I and in lit-- her-,r.,, ,~iI.
"-'' .": 1 -e..tdC s%'i 'iof circuisliomi., ianimd tOn bein lo lam Ive one niakei. iitalesad of dma. anl in ni ost siiliry regions. ihis exile
SuAFlk !, which I"iit iHs ihIee. called the 'to. 'Iihe 'nsequtence ,.,. Iha. whe-reas. i dient is at thIe present tne a vety iprev.aleni
'l t .?f sy tI-u ki1 cu re'licv hay .aln l sfmS'ite sy-iem ihev migligita ve li,a l one. It his al.o f,ir sonile lime een exien-
irs- t- r. c giocsa. tlc Unimi-.even Iheir owni" Sr uses--covered, sively iemployyd anongf ,uni-sltes-porois
-r u hetdd mtOlil ooke1 d vte r .blt j wiIth mlls.-coiitis r a |Ir-one hss-lfsait wine, biuler, anti niIr t coolers.a, of nian
",, ". .n-t. _rY,. .,.tU 4x". ,.l it h 'lls O mpllia la ll e11+,;i? one h 'i l~i tif hH i ," I I 1 "1
:.... i e.from rband. t.O ands aC1 l,4 I. e/ es-it slIaple, wiei lhe onher halfwonill hilt elegant designs, being now Iprodtuced at ouir
;'- "* ahn'e re bare readers ahead. I as' the s1)uiL ,aLi.,hiu )iwish avtl-lt by fureiiaers. lheyaT"c1ilteries.- Bill porous iare. keeps w.ier
-,,-., ihle people makh care lhe betlel. hi'a..,oea l i i t cou a e- I coalest wi e lie h chine-is hliol est, hle verv
13L ol 1e1Y a-('-1- %v t come-it-iIlite
A* '" "'C* R"u.t.' .- -J -.2.-n- i'has- r c.ario nes sisits-' i'ible, of crss iir increment of heat being mails e .1o re-c- t in
"" ..'' ,"RI uRA:,U'^L ;Fh..--Many ihnu- -oly nei ixhi ," tic ..troe, weil-e I le srthe aa1srdtciocn of cola by rsp)id eva-porailou.
Sman. (arrlerls itsi NJw Eglind ainl othiler itm'inis five-sixlIs iihi a,. il a forpign mair Tlie Mooirish names for their eri lien jugs
-. tis, rear la.geg fnmilii. psIay all their ketl. f6r ren.inl, .a detc loss on their ha;ils. was Alcameros. or Bucarros. Thie Ar;ilas;
dehi- t aid ia'xios pruin'ily. live iiilelitrndenily. The -'wisdoa o of this ui ini i iraIl policy) is i3urnt up with Ihlie eternal fire itf heir scor.
- t -.l ..l,.d -.hlleti,-aj comnforltasy -liohusell andi nnw iou im 1- be s.tv'erelv esieil l h.is in thing country, msnke use of gnai skins far
-" ,..' JiO lit fnor, rlid.. y, p mp iiriney, on tarms -3.a .-na se'ainli of|- eace fo'rct-d I lie cultivation water. vessels. which ,stiTer ai lille waltPr
-. )- 3). lp I ii I, -. il., ,I. .. rrai- ..-. .. i. Ih .. .... a- hl, n vla i t i and il Ih a' keel) lie retm ain-


fIj, evtrytling land every i ng iII ii Il. ce. dJn, ii i re e In he.i; I n ) ih ,li i. lU ] ''ii
S:. -' Their.thorse and kati le. anil iiinpletnents wvas te\ 3fl) ivw yeams ;,-,n. Anti ow when
-.,:1ire,. ait '-e o ,ih lock h e Ire I p II,,,II i l I s at 'lie I we h'
mull" .ri;fniock-like ref,-l-niy" "i t's lie low there is every prospecl of
"+ .'O i ," tollng llg-of till to-iThorrpw, thli call b lj is bI-nroming still lower. Revotit n ns.all
"4.:" ; iA .1 ..to'.h'd-y-r, Fcon rmny is weal'tr. anlit 'aver ihe- c iinenrt--triid st.. agn. n-- n tmill.
S 7""'- ii item &ivrd:.iemte.;cThese inen are scliloirrI slopped ;, hl:it is bil 4 poor stle uf tbrjru-,
,- .-" ," [* :! lti ^,.*'c |it in liarvest Wiilie. A nI in ur: JlIe coiion p.linier; andi fh per otis
.-.*. *.;... 9 i n r evenhligs, or severe -weathlier, cunfltii ol' ..Eng.laai'I nial, es liis sate still
- .4 .'?i." dfqrbtrili yn,,in't "out doors.-onc worse.' .WaIiatS-lie to do ? is he.itno sit",ill
-." o k A' .-li.'n'-bd'i.i-rn-:anolfhr shoes, a third is -and iwn'lh lhe comnihg storm 1 orwill lie rie
,,.., II t arpenter6'e'odber. or'lailor; .and: one wow- up likel. a man: of -sense nd nil iike "lrepara-.
,r .' ,pin. other weave8s, another brahs io1ns aer.ristf it ? Now is ilhe time. iI there
.'*. -m tkear,bhat's." And thefamilies thIus ever"%'i;ts a tim ne. when it behooves the pler
4 t-iflV4Id .iare atnodg the most healthy and pie oIthe Souih to nke that obvious finr
s -,'A 5hp~ful-in the world. for ihqir own safely. wlich will iave the
>''A-'-.. ,B, '. i- :m l iiopAJ nieri ti hein( for th teaIlv.i,"l
-.,- ,... ATIoNi' I POMrIit.--L;te eica- a' dvhnta anl' comnio protection of' (he
.11avtirft it o 41i m OU Wolecontr, t'is enu this ori
ll.v rllt n ht my eru whole country, I is ihe time to abandon
-t zli~ong lost arts supposed to -be recently v'hn drea-m 'riil ide feories. ad c in
Y b.ilred;hut which were knownin tothbe 8- this wotIld. like netu ol il is. Wor: a -I
a .. ans mod'.buried up for ages under the de- jyo- h'rAmerican -
." Jge of Goihic barbarism anid conquest: .
S All the discoveries- made in this ancientcit y STAA-.WBE aREs.---:S.-t'ivbprries plilted on
go establish the, -fact that at thlie imee of moist ground give oto no rtn prs: bur- by
their destruction, the.K omans were.nearly placiu theni on:.addrysojlI.witb water Kt
-" f car advanced iu- civilization 9.-w we're at some distance,. e-unners are! seen travelling,
th e-present moment.. Rich'sajes ornamient'- around. until they. diseber i, and iu here re-
b d with silver, have been diidbvered, with. iaiiing.ii livi-g aqeduct to'g supply the
bemaq$ul couches of the most excellent, plant. If these ratnuers;ire removed, the
S yoA;ronlimiship. Rich-paintings, rich mosaic otherside. they will soon regainrtheir or0j
hrk mad elegant olgd audi-ver ornuament. fal position with uneriog certain, ''


rl"fl l;0 .Ntl il)r r.l]| l Itj 1 1u u j Ii I^ a nv v J ...~l
of'cooling wines in India. is one which %ill
almost appear a paradox : the boile is wrap-
ped in flinnel wetted wilh water, ind placeil
diirecily in ihe rays of the suin; violent eva-
pora.tion ensues, and the wine actlu.illy be-
rouies very cold. It is a comtnmon plain, too,
for sailors', in warn latitudesr, to cover iheir
wine with clolhl.eonstit Ily welled. Apart
ments are nsooled on a similar principle, andl
sAn abundance ol water is freqnebilty dashed
against the walls wilh ihe nmostsi rael'al e'f-
J'ect. In India, also the cold. so .lanleroins
andl penetrating onr a clear nighi, iscaften.
ap.pilied in ai peculiar t manner for sie |I)i-ipose
of- freezing wafer. Near Calcuiita, trian
openn plaid, there are. large shialloiv excamva.
lif'ns made in the grnamid, and 4lleil with
straw ; upon this many rows of snall,- sh.il-
low,.porous parts. filled wiih walei, are ll;i-
ced at sunset. Dutirin ihe nighi s-ir fhi.rst
in ihin-cakes upon thie surface of'rhie, pans j
in is a-'refully removed before stltnrise, car-
ried -to a proper repository, and piniuhedrio
a. tnasm there, anid i then covered ovei with
blankets. This inanifacittinre can oly- be
pursued during theLrrib mntlhs onf'-Dece;nber,
January, and February ; and in mlie district
wheie the ice is formerid in this mnann'r, it is
never produced naturally. This ingenious
process rus wholly 117disappear before t.hi


lew import of Weinhaini Lake ice. What
a revolution hasi commnnerce effected in India,
then we remember ihat early travellers to
hlit country weie looked upon as liars and
imnposors tor asserlmg ilthe possibility of
solidilinmg wjitert ino ice !"

Frqnm ihe New Orleans Cresrenl.
FL:-HIDA-SHIP CANAL.
It is nui m :iiit ioilthis sinc-e, tliit tlie
oltuple inda ,,o-iinrteiiw oflieh Uniied Stales
wveie iliscismSn Ihe hirOllp lely of cutlititg a
hipi ca-m.ii -i'crot-s ilie Isihmnsus of Tpiuasn-
ie|f c. Thlie iitwsliiiper press leeied iilih
amicles Uilon i lie subject ; Coingressioh al
olitilis becaiiie eloquentc on l ilse mcagilidr.
of' lie entnrptiise, and the wonders uf %teanlli
anut ptwer uIalchi it wouhil add to our repub-
lic ; ilie 'ice President I'f iltshed ilie coun-
try wilh a long anil learneil essay unon tOie
expediency, propriety, anil cons iutionahlily
of tlie 'prajec'l ; and ihle Presialent made lihe
rilt of way for suclh a c.Indl one of ihe
princimil siip lations in ili the lprojeci-d'l treaty
wil li hie giaveriiment o uf Mexico. Bill it has
been aacerlaitned illi Ihle schiline is tlita-rly
imipraiic.itble-a sulicienit supply ofv waier
can never lie obiaia'd at ithe summiiit level,
andl ihe jeologic;ail oInimaion of ilie district
is such thai s tie wier cotuIld inol be remained
iii i c;inal, if' sutpiliedl. lilt woulil ineviialbly
iisappiear on its Ipaissae lit-ronaglh ilie fiftly
tilpss (of slhae siraiti inito si hih she work
Woul late lto lie cul. Thlie Teliuanaepec
fever. Ihilrefore. hsas suhbsile(L. Bul tIhe
popular Iasie, always inclining us to ilie
i;is-nific(.ei. has recently taken a niew_.li;
recliain. Li-uil. Maury lias inlufornied 'i
world of whlis its learniePtd men might liihave
ilormiipd ilihemnselves by ilhe use of' a erres-
iial .-globe aid a lil of'sirinig. lhlim the roaie
io Chiia by ille Isiltuus caf DDirien. of Ni-
c ra',ii a, or of 'eli iantepec, was -i hlitIle
shorier tihan than bt Citl)e Hotn, bul ihal it
%tis a veiv' roinalibotil tnay of geiling ithere
afier ;ill, nd ilihait the sliuitesl way to Can-
tain. evnil front's Chiag-ets. is by w%%iVy of New
(Jrle;an-i. atnacross lie coniina-nl iI1 Mn oilerey.
on ithe Paciici .. This I.frt esit-mlisiead, pre-
parations ;ire Inakitg to set tile whole world
crazy about a ra.ilrada froi m Me'nahiis or
.otoile it-r point on Oie lower Li ississippi.
to Monmerey. Mr. Tlhonias Buller litig
his male sa reprl on ilihe sohilject to Coa-
,,gress; ilie Souiliern Quorterlvy has ilisciss-
ed il in iin article-.of sUime ability, anil. the
eilois ofalie lail '.hpaeCrs will probably en-
ter ilie field with alil ihpir force tff sit and
wisiltmn. as soon as ihey (-cin find liiIe to
Itlu ili e migliiy energies of their iaminds in
thiai threciioin. Bul sn-hle sall liese greal
undetiakin s-s finil favor in ihe eye's ol ilie
people. it is striinge thai so sharp-sighiteil a
race should have been blind to a i most im-
)oriantl waork in our own coilnlry-we imein
a slhip cinal acio'ss ilie Peninsila of Flori
,ia. The distance across Florida from San
Augustsine to.lie Cedar Keys, ori lie motiuhli
of tlie. Wilhl.coochee. is ibosuli ninety miles.
The country is level and alimirahlly ad.apied
for ile purposes o)fa cili'il. There arc no
rocks to pienpIlrate, no wounliaimis tO cioss,
no scarcity of water on ihle ronuie. even were
w'e dlelprived of the Amlatic Ocean andl Ie
Gulf of Mexico for leaders. The cost of
stich a work-for ihe cost is ilhe first consi-
dleration twilth ihose who find objections to a
lpriject--'m w lI mnl mibe grpinier than ilie dig-
ing aol' a canal ofu ilie ssine lenaih it ihe
imost if-nvored silimsoti, arid stilll nol. we


lions ,if ilollh.rs--even :tkinug into considera-
lioa the explenihilure necessary o minake t ilie
consirictions reqiiired"'Tfor tihie points al its
teriiani--ind i stomulil not be near as much,
ift ihert- be ;a ni so d g l fIa'unilaiion for ilie esli-
inaie of' Mr. Daill.Is. Ihat li he Tehtianmepec
canii al roulJ lie built fur ltaenity millionis-ilihet
ncosti of ihe Florida toihl uaoai be quarter as
isuch ;ias ihalt of tile Mexican work. But
s |liposAstg .i.h i n should cost fill twelve
millions, ihis would be three miilliumns les
Ihian we offer to pa:iy Ithe Mexicans for mthe
privilegee of abiandoninag otur conquesas. ;nsm
9Hiolilh no siatesnmian ourselves. ntr'quali-
fied to give instructions to statesammen, we
imagine thaitl it woivod be ilie better invest-
nment of thIe two. Our reasons for this be-
lief are-
1. The canal would give ino (lie Unitedl
Sliales entire miilaiv control over the Ginl
of' Mexico, eiamblinig i f to decide tlhe dcestiiny
i.of its islands and its shores, ansd afford i tlie
i means of perfectly piotecting its vast Souith-
ern cnoaisl from Csape Sable to ishe Rio
(Grande, agaitis ulie atlack-s of ltr ma iritimin
powers of thlie world. This onsiler.ailionr
alone ought. i lthe present unseillled stlne
of' affairs, anal in viFw of all the momnientous
qniestins iwhiich will rise in relaiioir t
Cubia. LMexico anal Ceniri'r Almetiica, lo givt
10 ilme sublject tilie ch-iracier of greatly uii-
lio)al im|Urlaihn ce.
2. Thlie canal 'ould shiortien thlie disliance
from Peiisacoli. ]i ahila'. New Orleaims. Gal-
veilon. andl Corpus (-.' l-,m, to the Atineti-
cari AIlminic or ilie Europetan sprigs. beiwt.ei
seven ;inl righli hliidrta miles, ol'a niviga-
liiin Is difficuli aan ilalsisei'aOus as can sity
where be luamil in lhe world.
3. II would d lhiaenfasseve n Iro vpn ten
ilahs the tumie occuineld in iransih ofal crnissu-
dilie's to ii and 'Iroi lie..porls on ilie G iilf.
of ilhe annual v.ilue ct over i imindredl mil-
lions If I'hlllirs. inel soon likely so exceedl
iwvo hiuindied millions.
4. Besiles.ihlie s;ivsu.aut--o-Creia-hi.-i.nAurance
an5 loss b y wreck, in ihuits shoienling arid
rendering ttnare saf-e the p;assape, it woaill
liend to bring minote iintfieili.tely unler our
conl rtlihe commerce of*I Mexico an il Cuba ;
wo'ial leacd to [lie more rapid developelrneil
of all ihe inlernsal resntiru-s uof ilie Souili-
west; and would generally inc-rease the
Wealth arid add t o the power of ilie country.
5. Thlie canal would be a tiost profilahble
invesltient of capital, and if Governmyrylt
should not underinke it- as a aret-.piblic
work from whclhi n-might iealp ihe political
iwnlages 'ahd Ithe peciihiary income, il
could well be began ad carried throtighli by
-ajoiiirt stock conmpaiiy, alnmd would prove a
permannen anrid sprafilalale invesiifieni.
We itl florth thesc enera-l views at this
imie wilh iie hi-,ie cif drawing alienolion ,o
this great work. Hereaflcr we shIall lake
occasion to enlarge upon the rcasons-which
we have advanced in favor of ii. andl hope by
'stalIistics and sound ltait Ito show The
-Florida Ship Canal" is not only a thing lhialt
ougli t o be-but must be soon.

SThere are 20 flouiJng mills in Rochesleie
wilh -an -igeregale o'f 104 stones. linus cal-
ciulated ihee, mills consume 3,000,000 bus.
of wheat per annum -and turn out 600,000
bls. of flour.


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(,t-al' to all appeals Iroti lie people. T'li- in- rI e i oll1sis' 4Ms rl C h.. r--rviitfl.
I,.ib therefoiMe deteriiniiaed to use force.- enough to-lec :-heJ!l id'Rtdtl -oniricr-
Se -inig Ihis Ie fl-ed into his g-Irdens ainl at- isis;'Whigs aiidtaiaj))i"ted3E(^ emqc raits.
iemaited to escapf,-. He wais clughlit-, -hoiw- ie ousideis amid t1eoun. o' ti' i f
*- er. by a gia,,mic lih:icksnmlih, whio carried sought a'nctuai.e.wiithtv th 'i i lipt.marea,.
himi back to his drawing room.r The ai andbei' gwa! 4aileiiew 'ell4ndt';'"ib. i
aithn locked tle door. ;nd deiemanlded cotil-. poli icalAlsatima are plnag' b-ey 1i-!
IrIliamce will ithe poPtiltar leniabnds. The, nullify the l'_bir and'spirit Orihe C*;nsiitiii..-
Elector still said no i The .blacksmilh.. lion, andt U u rifi6 .h.e'.t- amef.s'a-m`e, ivil' ife .
Ilheh. by way of giving an '.x:imnfife o4' plys- vile war ii il t ; i 1'-haptyU "iln'h ;1 iM16
ical firce. smaishel wilh onie lolw i)f his- woutl:dbe -mlie -restilt 'o. rfh ..chemri,s,.-'4-
arin a Iighly oronamiented table ino atoats. Isccesesjitlh w hatcr-tia e'te.d' $ i'
This donne.:lie simook his fist t ithe Elecior-., the scheme rs- -. -' : .
and iul hiui lie slioild eiierf leave ithe 'li i, trf'"he 'hea.'t tbe-"-.op:I"&..
roonimt1l lille yielhledl all, that was require I of assorciAIed ihimbs.swi siWhlt'tjaisn
him. The result.ned Irdlybe old. T havehrso',o r her 'efh-r
Eleclor consented. The6 blacksmith. lit:. Poses.es--...-a L-...TO' notre.b' irc' 6131.it01ti. -1...
ever was a practical t11:i, *ind was ntol dis-.('css "f ab 1'bn in.fpi.by!"he"i "
posed to trust the promise of a.prinre, with-- -Ire- Ty.^'i. ^ '
out lorifying himself with collateral evi. l a' iicjr-, is:. usi .'.r.. tfit.'m
dence. He compelled the Elector towIr-le iuapetitiit,wQ- 4lIay d*~ cu t
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o 'i p un_ ,. W .I' M.,
.a prochlanaimlion..I "" itin,,ly according to ,lqreo..ther'l Inli r p n I I
all Ins people's just reqiiets." This'was,-ihem'isi prcei ni .
forthwitl"l)I'romnitlgaid." Thus by one braw*' nsarkeni iftaer jus.uts afi. t sethsibii.L
ny armni, and the routigh goild-nature of iIsI whosdnmton'ltey-ftdebltpwinnihiiq'at -
possessor, a Staie was .saved. -.The Eleq St'o Ae theyvre.-not .-bd d-r-'i- "h
tor and his people are'-now on;.ihe besti -ih- -rlTeymst thero.4ht6 tj
merms." ; 41itionisliopertmemrehnes)
.. c A... "- ofit-1';p aryt --e 'io le e-'e
-TlThe -"sfx points" "f'wlhat is called "the end ia b- no majo *l..
-'peorles's c iarler," p)eiitionied for'by'-.lhe-Eo- .onhiffieuhlt,'b^ wev_ in:. .
elisl -Chmartskts, are ..- Umiversa'l-.s-bflfrae- objects-artwfzq l '(ie fara>p
-Voe by ballot- No.-properly quahictiou LaiTapia qpfani p '
Annual Parliaments-e Payiment .-f a'enibe'rs hid" ;nwmege, nc'antsaljrni d-1a' "Am -
-Equal Electoral Districts. '- p--laintly iite Teb'roauaeT T a. -
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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. ...Re..v. -Jam
..... .... .---. lie ed rgy hf, -h e -
APALACH1COLA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1848 VN raglieigfrc-ufjl F&t g r
]_ l aig a'dvtee'todhi t ^ ^ q
Of- The following gentlemien are auhorized oyillMdindicaiveoaf
Agents for the CoM.M&Ci AL Aivtr.sirl:t,dand will .5:. .1t --- : -,1 t
of actni.&j 'JrehlnI -...
receive ,nd rec pt, lur-,ubscri'ltions, or advertise- of;. ---.- -. -'- *
amen, :- "i'y g"ou,.aqiPaea zimnp !et0 e, 1nf -
.. < lM y go-J if 154.,
\\M. V. C. vreR, F..q.. Albany, Ga. and >orienttylos^n.n hw >
Major J,.ik HI.ARD.MAN. Eufdula'.Ala. 4 o-morrow inay-biiib. i11ri
JA.. J. ,_IIV.R, Trillahu.-ee, Fa. for the worst, be not t by f .r.ri.. .' .--
....... ... ...... be not found delfe nfii el ess',b e wordjp'e-,'
FOR PRESIDENT, pare I mrnean simnipl.y tw hino f it, mike '"-- $
I i '.- .I .-
ZACHARY TAYLOR. your paco ."
4... ;:.r jptuie-h^ "_L^9xg ii
,. yours~lves-t.o die.ki. rnl i t
FOR GOVERNOR.: ..0.ahd 0fioll- IIrunlulI'.i qt, twr,,
Geu. TIIOEMAS BROWN. ever the day for ic -haliT ir Ht
",-., .c i Mc a made liese prl'i ratis, r;e -i
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS :, nothe.sl rpieai -lt4ta d i(
not ihfit tempt Y)o ;4a -e--frrialt- e ormtii
Hon. E. C. CABElL. outbreak., ThIe ni-si'g0eri nent e
FOR ELECTOR SH a.'ier stlrvitg red4aoCh oru, ''.
General JACKSON MORTON, louk UpO, .a Oddbafi Lj. f .m
Of \We-t Florida temp) you OSreCItala.dofyourn
Col. A. G. SEMNIMES, Alternate. i .-. cs:et,.;a d.otul 'JeBJ b'v-
"tience, theI li.itoC
Colonel SAMUELL SPENCER'-,- seqrFo....
001iMdojle Florida., ; -ai Io i .dote~o rl
w a i l r t U e o r l m
GEORGE W CALL,,r, Alternate a.tfur iid 'yu time -som e-w t...
'f- ou' r st "ggle 'I" .Come. ,., i.a ....
Colonel JOHN H. Mc.INTOS-t 'erities asell :s yourr live 1be-iisvie,'d -L
)Of East'FlnIrida : .. f, ihen le i riol be, uirita g -i u Fc o.. "..
f e es. k btt leit.IretAndr q .
( The Nolion" bings'confirmalion coniesfrus one.mri ;, aid-.4.-. 'q-e, Ul'-"
n,""-" IiiJeitijteots'--onfaktlig h] .po i,~sj 41.ltl- ,
of the telegraphic news of p Iih Democralt.ic .e -t. is ..o a p p. ,- e., '
f ." ,. i -b o rliir' mobt".lorim_.ort ri-o-in his. litfe,',- fp :
nomination for President, pntli.-hedbelow .- r i.e ollpw-, q.f:t::- I-. o, ie".
ST EA M BO AT D ISA ST E R S." Qt,,ld" nd n tlq '..ene. :'
We regret toi learn tha'l'the'Steamboats. onia'n^ a"" 1t Llas..o..e.. r t daY3"a .
.. .' -.> .. . d it v t i i i t e "-. ,i "" ",i. $ ,-_. ? --" "
Charleston and Apalachicola. *frethted with {-Wh "beislg tvpP :ed...hn s...
cotton for ilhis'port, have beeh,snagged aid -madeihef1oreotne'.vin p ir(el.,i---
sunk, Ihe ifJrme'r at Gibson's ;Reach- and utled.to the ca0ibbi.g-ditnji .tyo-ts C'",
ihe loiter at King's RocS; '. A-oriottn tof hefeirmiv the-. ikk
-p' p otlo plai ;.bnit fake -hrknAAdjIth-. dy$jt
el in ,".-]"
thecnlton was laken off-;.nd.briehl tdowa lence,'h-w.-'fr4."lie b
by Iie Flint. ,Slie also.-snaggeld, and wai r'.ilwa. or...-lie .b';"e,. -B .i'-10
with much difficulty. by codw-stant lia0inn, do n ll ihe.-ini;T.y!f- 'l'fffjy --'f i
kepi froin sinking. Itwill l*eseenbv /and. goo I tl stl6#it'l- i oN- ei iivie t,-ii'he ---
1 1 ;od- d i i r-,'l l 0i i .e2s C a. le,. wle a i 0w'l i i -':
bills posted'in the streets.. thatl.the Apai-acli i o a'3"t iscl,`- h al li"rth-e "' -". w" r-
you~r j P are i Ii'I-udflq~tsomei
rea-h.. _i Me yourI
cola.is offered for sale. lie-purcliser hiavin g jviia,-..to do r dia"-otl' do q dor-;,"
.Ithe privilege ofwrrcking he co be lis .oi..ti'o hr io r m t .- -- ', ii -
.g i ron o1' ll o -her, e 11" AfllC.<lQ.~~ L' ~ l#; l~le
am ounting o lo abou it 175 bales .. .lf-se 1 to .-rf iber.1 i )h hite"' --
t lnet 'otiuw'mifbiyu o ,p iitu.ntitv". _Goit.rlw- .-
DEMOCRATIC NOMINA.TION FOR-PRESI. peent iiI6out ;au: i.ikeu'.- fetilwhe."
DENT ii ti1', ti'Ole -.;- i-"'; - .:' r-i'--- '- --
The following- (telegraphic) inlellience He .applends o i'lis advice.-.liefolowti ...
we copy front an extra of the Georgia Tele- rcaution. _,- ;-- ,.. ... -
graphi, died 8: 28 : ere are ;li' 1re&- j "io
GEN. CAss has received thile nomination dia'l4. heeiileb.liie- de"4e r.nstrU
of ie Baltimore Conveni,. for President.- L'..n.u.' .' : "
... .. i ,- 1 I her G*l v'er-ntieii". :\V..e'' ni r~t- ri~i -j'i- ".'i evt6 -.
He was elected on ilhe four Ih ballot, by a- e. 1:-e.L io t W, e:en,.- r-. d i-. .:-,
.vote 6f one hundred and sevety-niine t'.. i-g \ oii-ii d; we tshroply n eadt'rg i o
Gen. 0. W. BUTLER has been tnihbfii- her tyra-mtnot, stat.m,,-mi}in-M'tA .- ,-_
inously noiiinated for Vice Piesi.let-. tpi," ,- l.l-_tdfar, -a-ht b.
.. ,' .. .... .. i : "l: .. i .. -rin lenilv idil u re ;i'4gl .ihe.sb -ni'l/^ ^Hfte l!='n o-.,1.'^
SBy McCov's Northern Exphesst; we re- iuitll conelddweiv Aci rhlH lflrr v.'
ceived, last evening WashingIon. Baliniore nie rilv.e.s. -eslocnnd-y'g i sa"-- -- .;
and NLe' York papers,nwenty-tfour hours in for "Ile -Englis'lpeopl.4 A i .
advance ofl the mail. pl e t.ey are god ahd lmaeil in^ t -.
-, ., .k S n cellenti "p inis 6 c6%"hrr0 cter;e"e ; h i''-IV"
( i e n S Lt o it a rr i v e d a t N e w i r k o n ue i n S n- 1.5 ...' r,- p.. .. ,, ..;c .;- -,, ", "v '
-. -, "- -, ,ow,-rn ;enj ilone,-i ie rajcltionfs' |ws_dl iv .
day, in i le brig cSt. Peiersburg, Iro6ni \ ero aiitin-ry ernent "trih ih
Cruz. Me.ssrs: Frazier, of the revenue set"- Iro.h-countiriPs M tus-rrT-.r'in).' o.r be '-ei i-ortln 4
vice, tnet hiim at quarianti-ne. and'proceeded ri ghti or wa-ong..-T.tiid^.h o-
,initiediely to Elizabethiown. N.. a1licipl:e aiehiould-iehgo vrfl'ntci .
,,, -, --- -r,-- lai!allv oljiura ie,-- .nnl m D iodt i .i _idu eJi -
Our Washingn-CnY-irn Thii,,,repn- ,th rinn wazy po-sibvea on: ae v :.
pers of Wed.nesdtv last, received by Me- R'ihan-(;amhitls'and P'rne t
.., o a- il-7 e -," : r. ol;-. ej>.:.
Coy's Express, coniati..jlie prt eedings of Iween teltieme ber.s a'ijy e
S thlie Convention n!Ip io oednes y voening,-ti,..lin % .": "' -. -
I iiotgli we hive-no'rois here for any ex- -. ; ;
ra -Is; .-- TI. -.- ..." .'' -A ,T1 f_ r N -/- 1~ .-.. ""-"
; :r -. -* ". .* _.. ... .T lIE,.ANT I.S L.A. K.. ^ A^ ?J l .
The steam er-H erman arrived .t NeNPW 1osj ng 1e1mtl.. t A .L ,% s '. -:
Yoik on Monday last. -he brings one day emeo 9" sd fritit t 1I-i'f
If-i. fat1 1l.e4, were -a -.atltr -f e .-.
I t ler.news tarom Londtf, and two daiys-later peii "a re.. : 'i:i-iWt
ptesL.t. a Ie : pot.'' e e -
from France, than ilie C;ledonia. '- ,;a'stiounaly ive it -a nl' p rsiv ct. ..
The Cotlon Market remiahins unclhanged ;haust-u1 i-tfiMr.-a Ieflm'ite
-ffid a ns* -
-aloi ,led itls 'ntaion's od ,r-,{- ...~J
POST OFFICtE PROGRESS.--A correspoin--a -spre to thei^dnb"ii-] 1"in itt1he
Sdcni of Ithe New York Jo'uria-l of Corn- t" it. i t %. '- n ... .' ...uT-
niere Ithus sugtgesti liat is really',an 'd -fhIan wiih feat.' *- :"'- -..* -:.
ill this country, and i,'hit has gi'fl o come -A great'liiange :hAteceer tasJ- ,ac
sooner or later: : the'chara'cter-andOrbmit..
i w'nhin-i-he l~isi e~w 'lar;,.T'-^ he{. i -"er'
r 1. Letters at two cents ihe I of ounce ,arty here has friternie.a,-" 's
throughh tIme ULsi,,n. .l avery Isait, in Engl'and;:l '.' t N. --
2. Newspapers. and- pamphlets .of 2000 ConveniorF n- u L dondlotto'^ t -
'sqaidre incIes, free. -. /.-. --.... ',-
ci t 2auniy.iig .i systeiitic Aw a-r(n r nA i:
3. Put ltie fra-nliaag where our'. Falhers ,lave interest a,-nd" Eai,-21- 4V.b.nd---
pt n i, "' :t- w hat is O..'liuIr.e- 'np nim .fril'afl'
-4. AI) .liih all l:aws against .st -ndiru n ]etlera i bee h.. l"re"
liy aiy coinveyance. esliress or no .h .iav e hi i hili-ea' i.i -.F a l
r'i" ii i" T ,n.,i n v eeihm'ii ,'., *i-e _vii v v'e d <)ii& l~l% l~ i -B
This would be a sys..'ni"worthy mie lot el odd ,lisi- ,- rati.iosp of thei .:."- "
R,"pulthe--wt ,rirht a people dett'aitnmi n"g to Yet even.hthsis'. ndmt.r- 6- hj'jt j.. -^^
* be ,ntelligetatly iree .i '0 .... ie-.bee i r.A
f1" we can.ilt now rise so high let the .- r.. nn. .i "iJ^edtd l l
advance as to newspaper p)osltego 0 i n nrJ. / w- : .,1 '-- .:.'----
au-,G es of._ .ill cr'rlee'da a-a s-tr.Msi_,;re-C"-A '
.--ioillv rlliarg lihe ,o, ce '11t-'4tp. e a'-k -
A R.PUBLICAN BLACKSMrITH- \mid the p,,wealp'J ha trbld buonaa4-rL
mnany ftirious scenes -that .ithe Eairoptean boils No-ilherqt (aPena, iiud..i-r'W l,i~jmn -
revolu ions hat e ca" seal llie fdlo itng ts .e n pr,.t'. [i .. _".- 'I.d itn.. .. -. I
too good to be losl."li should be itlne- ti n .bobhy .. t^ ^ .-,._'l.-5. r"tdm--g j-d""
-. .. -:. i. place anil-| .vpr-. J, l .o f iepl n !.ntsetsUM
ulmally dramatized a po a tt\ Thie hi i fn
[lihe Erector of' Hesse Cap-I (a sr-n'lall deiai ann inz Ihe faction, nn-w ry%. -ont-t;dr-tbe.
state with ;i:),ln1 7(0 ,000 inlaab tlainls)-.wais utacrniadltm nal emauelKliio -ofl :.&'h l uiel&mes,


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.... F ...-. CHOLER .I
theantiuaL~ueetiog.ol' the Anri-S.Slav.ry So- Tile
S s. ly-. Qtite.oclcsion Mr. Wendpll Phlil- The march of this tenrific escourge thro'
Z. u T' .*h odraig'Ti| tb. P-ribup, .-tihJ hle old s% orll. Ail t he qucsilion of its fut ure
'- ..iaudiohla ll un foa houral a- progress, seems to hcive been temporarily
'-' p"K'offered. '-res8lf'ion. aInrfg th"i tnrongite-n,' i,.n lie. lury acid tur,,oil of revue.
I 1aeYic.fily' esl's ot.he slave oiir of b6id- luitolts sliihaking down old goveiumnenis, aid
w. t bteii be 'eo'rtMe ruuisJ i the presen buil'Jing upon their ruins lthe Ibfoundalions ol
._ t P hqrkila'td ,ition."' 'h no(,t thsa pleea .tUre republics. W perceive, however,
; ':rrW att' trof0l freedom ? To complete li that thile imlporit;i subject of this awlul dis-
t ^lc ireth r.I Phillips sho"ild have .,,lded"-a ease hl.is not altogether escapeld Ihe aiien-
word or iwo about thhe enlivening sc'en6res of' ion ol'scienlific nmet. The following para-
S iera.- io tw-e,' n-.-an i- i 26s&' .'? w which gr;aph. Mhic lh ;,>sis a new a.,J intere- .c i
ulc "l)e-thhe nbetJ.'rv pi'elu.siTo this black ltight upon it, will arrest the alteniion of our,
atampede -pove.r.tjrh(Q ae -altars and pros- readers:
'" rt a'tiislitrionsi .Mndin d 'he Sanitary Commissioners appointed
S. .iw't.,heiJa. .e f- the mnen whose hy hle Parliamieitt of Engl.and h-.ive mndile a
ai ,-poli.iic4 a a,;a ir-anls of no reni..rkalb!e report. It a|lp iars tlita Cholera
m ean J M1on;., sici- are thesentimenis, antt Influenza *are intimate diseases. hbolli
or a' n;hdtis ptepaiig tohro its delighting in hle same lIcalilies. ard int
iwightnTre political scale nal ihe.'next' the letter is far more daiigerois tlihan the
,reqidennltiael,tpclrnand is deifncthirRnd former. Last November. lhe Inrifluenza at-
K rtierv ncr pledjV. fro a it tesml n-wvilh% to t,. ckecl in Loilon 500.0110 peescinm. mniiing!
aln'a k e, T'bds wh treason or lea -. 4i ith for[ he space of eleven weeks 6.145 deat hs ai
Satan bi"selff in-order to oblain the ifongrr- "'eek alive the usuial number, an excess
i.. ..ing4f'tihe.oi.i-Noaki Sunda Tune. greater than thile entire mortality produced
b y ,- ... ithe Cholera in ile tweniyV-one weeks clhi-
S [FYo0itihe N .) Cor.i. Times ring slhich it raged in 183-2. On examin:i-
Imnup'.triltat fEoeim Veirni CrulZ.:. tiin. it seems Cholerci is dirrlicea ilevelopehl
'"ARR1VAIA-.OF THE TA' t o a monstrnis Iforn by a pectiliar state of'
The Brifish'.Maiil Steamer Toay. Caictain tlie a;,iio|,plpere, acccuin'ilated inisl exhalia-
S`ari.rrotnh'Vera Cruz,- arrived at Smhilio- i li,,ns, with sudden changes of ieniperature.
.an _,W r o at rd -a y-eVenmng the Q h, ,,
'..land Harhr4 &Satb"rdayGveiing tle2Qil, Influnz; is hle ordinary "colddeveloped
bringinr".of'tktes frpon'-Ver-Cruz of 'Tiie'- to an p|i'leniic.'" Cholera. itn its first sfan-
day. th'e l ,fr.rcmnifrteily of Mexico, iho-e ges. readily vieils io aromiitis, opiates. andil
bf. tIe .s, Ad iiereteree as late as thlie aitringenis. Now. living found out tIle
lArh-,.n'lf-liil da'vAT rter than'-hie dates re- cause, we hIve hut into remove it. to prevent
*cevech.y'ti-h iffassach'iuse tts. iheeffect; andI. knowing Ithe cause, we can
Tite ne.wp.tvhich she brings is of more nior iicelliZenitly proceed to inmolifly ihe
th'an oidijiriri'eresi. as far as concerns the :effect. Ii liecojnes. then. lhe duly of ninii-
acib6'ho. ":,'tih Iexicain' Congress'-upon lthe Cipal bodies it remove all stagnant pools.
grelqiltt i 'on of eac.'e dirhlies. bad drains, and if possible, forest
Thie 'JngljIlt rohhrier arrived at Vera lands and marshes contigunus-in fact. to
Cruz 4.fl ifhoroinoubof lie 16th. ius.t., and tk awav, as far as posAiihle, every cause
bri ght .a.t down .'lie- 'i j 'inj ellience, i t h.i lie tInt may engendler miasm:il;a."
M in'c^ ,onzress.'-aseitnlled a Qiiuereleroi Tie 'inporianl fcis are ihus developed.
in .the'-' hb inst.-iid thliar'liev hadl elected th-r Cholera. it its early stages, readily
terrAras'..PreMi'lept. Peca y Peina, lih,i- yielil.- to proper.lreatineni, and thal it mnay
eya.r.~~t 'bpJroih-de.office nl'F-Piesident ud be prcveiotledJ hv lie irnimpt and syteiatic
tiqlleri? farniit l.l,onmiinnte to ilo so ntiil the attention of m icuic ipa;l bodies to cleanliness,
he.jli Qfi & '.reja is stficieitrlv e acliiseit, and ile remiovil ol such causes of dlisenie,
e'i 'j ide over lt'.ir -lelcbe r. as siariant wdWer-anid olier kinds of filth,
lions "-.'. -.- '. tillti which large ciijes a;e generally cursed.
L eB' i'vh"ffreen receivedI at Veia Cruz -[Richminod Republican.

I th '.ifGo nintient. which siie \o\ -
t.ivyl.y i.a tle I'reaiv will le. r.lt,iried on tie ICATAN.-r.-The La Patria his received
2,h ofwh 'L)resenl month. Ve are assur- ei-ltt clay's lier imtellic-,nce from Yucalan
etldlhaf.d4chere caib.bP nn tfloubt of this fact.- Ili.cn ha.s been lmblished in-chis city, and the
On t*d '-.ia h'insi. bui 15,iecnlbers were ,,p si;iemieni presented in inthat paper shows
posel,.'1'do irs r.tification.,- Those opposes the lpct of affairs in that dlistractcd coun-
consi'1 cl".Alnnnlte'. with fourieen Piceros Irv to ie even more deplorable than hereio-
who hfIve('ce th(e anhuexatio'n of Mexico 10o re. It appear that a treatyV of peace had
lte Untid Slatls. been frnirmed, but was violated by the Ili.
, 'Tlic-c .,mope is Ih:it this may be 0iceon- ,li us. who. on tIhe 7 th inst., entered Ie
..uI n. .ord. r tI bit I ipan propen-v toown of1 Mani, s-emirnly wiih. pacific in-
plmiVhei tenpeorlel m ,,'re secure. c ,enicons. bict al twelve o'clock thle same day
malp e "ren~de-reI more seciire.
t'1e ,r1 sieps have hte.ci taken hy the taik.e. ihe grio." a'"dh conmencd an in-
M**i-0an t.Conr'i-ss, co r-4vise ihe tarifi at discriinaie massacre ol the inhiabitants,
1845.'fritni -which, hnwerevet. 40. per centl duiflsa lhich mnore llrhan two lhundre'd per-
iltb'-e.deIucredI. .Tl'his will have the ef'etl sonii were put to ihe swordl! -
'cf.htiiing out' of lhe market nearly all the The arrison and inhahitants of the town
Ain. rari manuf.aciiredl Coiions. (- (if hurbide had abandoned tlie place; hut on
-t.fmn Mexici. we learn verbally, tlhat their retreat, being exposed to the attacks
Lieti r. Hare.-of thePa. volunteers, lihs been of a large nmicber ofl Indians, they lost
,mnc ul* uly.. Iwnti lhree killed and eleven woinrlehd,
Acit isurftction-.among thre 'Irjdansiacaivisl besides one Iciindre and adsix who lesrietil
ihewhites lhas Ieltey pc .rurrel near Oriz-ba. on the roah. le..vic thle- ortmander wit'h
The-exien of icie dacitage dope we do .6 icnl.-. Sixly inen. Numeronis other louns
S kji.ow, bIttonlersiand thc t they li'v 'drv'iven i i.ll-Iso been captured by ilie insurgenis.
1v7 sralf.uil t'ea from ih-eir faris". i' T hae e6mrnicder of the troops stn'ioned at
"* l h,,' r'S(N .r- Wa I ,f hil, ilI te -thle village of Iturlide. ( id not abandon that
i.ipti nce'.' IP.'hpvellow. faet- is verV .bad,"' ilace unlil afllter a vic rous comihin with ihe
d cii n ty,.l cie.t .liei" iedt' 6 ni c \ h''nie ,",l", -,- ,. Yticaianese forces consistin
Iy .feli. 1Ir.. 'el"ie'. sui.ler.:Jhtle aaiuny. n only '20 sonllhM &Ii..,a,,,
aiX!t1orcn c ly ofu-9it [jelui,. wsa'aadytc Captj.. Indiacns hunicihered thiocisands. Tiie is
.flrailain.' S Q N t a;c .b terfc ii-l bui ts nosy w as niaic ied for several. ,r".
", .-,. ," .- 'Pile statement m ade...ye- 'rlay Ihl, twen-
iri.e',drtn Q. t'e da -, fllo' n rcom" ve 'l e'oi i.


KinteM s;ed for t,' cil~f "exich. The o cns of s vev -"oitr actgal tner
.et. 'momi r-, rc-C'ii- in ," hio' P crat'is of' Ycinatcan.

~.~ res. 'n u n. iirr.i. vr ., the.r c y ., A leter to ce Pa ,a, ae isai.I, il
""rrpisecl lie troops now remainingg in 101h fi -ti ay. Sates lra tie in-ians are in
..q ro ir ioide~', aftd e r h i.io n. t e r t;. .. .. ina. i ,i,.


e" a '.ee''o;.' ''le FI.Wirst Regiment- o, actual possession of an entire c, exent 1
-.arthier, -hntt the'. oiian ,"Bt Rtahoic.'Tbhie c'.o, antrv fromn C ll:cm to Cape t(oi' ihe. and
i.,I of;, Kar.v.' ha pe ron tire Bac-lr--Chico. "'Ihi wTriter
a^l^ ^ ^^ rtU ^e. ;!." .
jtei ii.t .ils,, in. command at Vera ".dcls that che vhole Penincla wil hiicate-

.a '" .'" .c ."y faa i onll ino their |,pcals, uo less orein ca
,- aJ' I":-The'fcrrea t oysvhe T ".- si .i., "- icon s conei to the aid of cheI sniferimn inha-
.+..v.f-+ ef.as~eiided the. peak of Orizacba. tii,,,its.- 'Inothe capital, rino lss ,ht een100.-
*i -.'A .1" ,9.1-' -*
-, i h"'A'an- is sutm-'0 sotls'are collecce.,ind-hargec1 nncmlce-es
t.. eI. co fuIn itives froii :lhe iitCerior are hornril

*' ...wtll y.,- U'd' r fr I &'" brciaicpenna cc swelling lhe "ip.. olam ,on. cThe mne:cns ol
t.fortur'h, -feri,-al' t.'u-rberlund, Chas t. 'ran,',ir f itighen, fro, rih e country are no-

tso'j'g-i .~til..itl Wv' lycin.a In tlhe:S. XV. clficc- t.illy icistih'ficie~ni.
as e- 'thile r hol M einqier in Meico has 0-
-c'Th l scehhrvihealmh i .n n. .. ? oi he paacrt of icr is country. ilcen .fi
Ws rontcr flccornnoirance lade I.y Yclcata anmntetnce since, acIrhs
W s.6ea ,Tapan.. ficrm, us a.. olesnt a ofrilate nto c le session of ihe

So,,' .Ja 6"f. .t Itse c ,ty, svho peTachi., putIihes c l.folloanig ag
%~.~'i.c'"... 'anicc, sal. '-The British nittiscr residing icn 10e0icc

iCr, ,~:,i informas ,,i ,hcac h~as, replied, to chic.(Jevernor. ofo the Scale.
,r 'pl. 1-c c, rcuchin thce ofl'.-r si, tm,,taneoccshy made b
fi.:lReae v ..5v decla..e-, bets. eeic th'-,.la er.io rlce United Saces. EcialanI auid
e' ""fr ta s iu'i^e o, 'they would 'S cain, of lhe dom inion anti sovereignly oc
fhjSo "" s In ^:latter cuo uYuctcn. on comimliion chat slce should bc
-*il l epend "n' 'saved l-,rom the ruLn and des.rJtClion whla c
^ -A -&h/ 4$~hi~i~~4im .i Ui i sith the S ta'fes thi eatens her existence as a free and civil
'ht C h a lecs and iz'-,I.,acion. An 'En ,ilish frigate of war
t.. u L'""~c~l:,mI ... pcnbh'" i.....-rvt-'vr shiichc arrived 'at the Island ,&f Carmen
.'.' _, Aje+'rt f~" sto join in #tih -.h.rciuhci..tic. offcial tonmncamm ltC niilflfron
"''h "; ^ "0-th 'muntain lhe Mirinisp~r, which arrived yesterly i
'.;.^ qy.n--)wttt .'To a.. p,'-- n mtts ctit, having-been sent by the British
-_,tnh .'^9.i l.. m her as an "-" Vic~eCon ul in chat Island. l'heletter wa,


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to fly, abandoning the vessel. The Indians
look possession of her and burned her.
SA vessel-of war belonging to Her Calho-
lie Majesty is on that station, rendering inm-
poilntt services in the cause of humauiiy.

PILLS AND MATRIMONY.-A day or two
since. a clergyman of this cily was called
;upon to lie a youngg and having couple in
tdhe silken cords of inmairinony. As soon as
.the ienediliclion was ,onounced. Ithe groiom,
Wao is one of our inost respectable phisi-
ciPns, stepped up to lhe wottlIy divine, aind
said :
.My dear sir, the intpresling ceremnny
just concluded alipears to tiave excited you.
Perinit ace to prescribe"-HI che sance lime
handing himtn a pill hbox. on which aas a
priiten incrlntiuno, "pro re nata," ahichi
meaneis, wherin renidered into our free and easy
vernacular" to be taken according to direc-
lions."
The good book tells us that we must re-
turn good for evil. Ahlihough many inivete-
rate brichelois are f opinion i ihia marria ge
is a question.,ble blessing. still our clergy-
m;,n thought that a box ,1"' pills was a sick-
ening return lor his services, whether hap-I
pines or misery was to flow Ifrom theinm.
He said nlthlimtg-wlt citild lie s.iy ? He i
did something, however. He opne-d tIhe
box -hen-lo and behold! six Beitoni
mint drops met his wondering view.
In case tlIe good nman's services slhut-
again be required, we piesime lie will not
feel particularly iffeunded If the dose is re-
peated.-Philadelphia Bulleti,.
THr SEVEN CHILDREN.-The following
bectitifoul gemn is from the Germian of Krum-
oacther :
Early in the morning, as lie day iegian to
d.,wn, the devout Itiiher of a iciiiily aircse
aith his wife from their couch. laliliinked
Goil for-lthe new day, and fur Itheir relreshi-
iu2 slumber.
Bitt the red glow of miorninr beame. into
chie hltle chamber wliere their seven child-
ren lay in their bedis and slept. -
Then they gczed at Ithe children one by
one, aid llie motllier saidI. They are seven
in number; alais it will be hard fur us to
find them food." Thus sighed the mother,
for there was a 1.,niine in Ihe laud.
Bill the father smiled. and said, See, do
they not lie there, all tlIe seven ? And they
have all red cheeks, and lie Ibeanis of thie
ninrniing sireain over theim. so Ithat they ap-
pear lovelier Ihan ever, like seven hlomining
roses. Mother, lhat shoss ts that He who
creates the morning and sends us sleep, is
true and unchanige.able,."
And as they stepped from .the chamber.
they saw ai ihe door fourteen shoes in a
row. grow-ing smaller and smaller, two by
two, a pair foir each child. The mnlher
gazed at them, anid when she saw that there
were so Inauy, she wepi.
But lthe father said, Mother, why dosr
thou weep 1 Haive not all the seven recei-
ved -soui-ind-awfd- active feet 1 Why. then.
should we be anxious about that st which co-
vers them ?c If lie children have confidence
in us, should we not have confidence in Him
who ran do niote th.in we can colniic ehend !"
S See. his sun rises Come, then, like it
let us begin our day's %soik, wiih a cheerful
cociirlenance ."
Thus ihey spole. and toiled ;at their la-
bors,. and God blessed i he'woik of their
hands, and ,lit-y hind enough -o s|:ire, they
anl 'illeir seven-childieii; for failih gives
strength arid courage, and lose elevates lthe
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THE PostF OrrFFIC I: A I rI I It
now piendin'a in Congress. applropriales $'2'-
540.700 :- fur Irtlo|ionration in sieanm ship!
beit-weeh New York anid Brn'men. $-400.000;
I'o cnmpensation to0 Posl Masers., $1.1)75..
000.; andl for clerks-for o offices [in lhie offices
ol Post Masters] $230.0t0). and besides
ihese,. llhere ar in y iv ininor ileius.


Most Extraordinuary IWork I
THE
MARRIED WOMAN'S
PfIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.
BY DR-. A. Mt. MAUR!CEALt,.
PR'-RIC'rS;0 OF Ddt-EASli> OF WOVtMEN.
Sixtlh Edtiien ISmo pp. 25o. Price $1.
TWENTY-FIVr THlOuS'3 ND COPIES SOLD
IN THREE MONTHS!
Years of suffering, .t physical, and mental an-
guil-h to ramian afl a'ciionate wjlR.amid pecuniary
difficulties to the husband, mi.tlit have been
spared by a limelypo-ses-sinn ,r, this work.


It is intended especially Ir the married, or
those ci,,rtemplal inz inarriage, as it diicloses im-
porlant secrets ashich should be known to themni
pirticulIrly.
STriuly,, knowledge is power. It is health,
happiness, atfitienice.
The revelations contained in its pages have
prOved a blessing to thousands., as ;he irinumner-
able letters received by the author will attest.
He-?re, alko, every female-the wife, the mother,
theone either budding into wonmamhood, or the
Sone in the decline of years in shom nature con-
templates an important changei-cani discover the'
causes, symptoms, and the'lmost efficient renecdies,
and most certain mode of -ncure, in every com.
plaint to which her sex is subject.
On the receipt ol One D.llar, the '.' Marriql


-'''*I het^*-,r .poi sent by express to ,lie governor o le ,
,,; o( ,r^ji,"c a whoi'i t ate -bniL we know ilthat the Minis.er ha W. nan's Prv
""-hq 4 ^-r f I uo I_0 a w ..u. _fl ag leie n united to lay the facts, before his g yov ent (m aildj
novJ V wi lf. rs R. a S.'. erpm 6ent, ex ,lainnog ihie critical position of Slates. All I<
SU..*i-il. ai dti oiri id; e -r Yucatan, and .ihe absolute nece-silv of to Dr. A. M.
te .v .I "- .. prompt aid effcet'ia..ss, th e- The Min- City. Publist
l .-', .... iseir.adds tha hie dices not doubt that lee York.
1&' rkPi Rc JAT.Nws.--The English Cahiinet'will lake into consideration
Qy t kc.o....' ;- th c jffer o" the possession and government
IL ilriry cnidr- 'o the peninso at he.ime time that he HElate fin
It ,r,. ,e,,o .. ..-: T be n d
,i .. h K ".e,'did. in. h I breaid will.-afforil the necessary succor to pire rry" bee di
-. .. .Stevensoni, .all
""^,.. r ^ ng.Scia but-the it from ltcecangers"ti ean c 'e .ic t d "
-. gLflt#Imif. ^ "nbho-mc~ier~hhe The heads of -hie govertmieiit had with- 7isto prie-;
.1 drw ioci -ne.hn re. n f roiu Tecul. andi 'returned to the -The slack .

r. '. The.stockrLn
wir jt^r^crp .r^ & 4y bbon- 1i pit'al-all effia-to secure peace andquiet a l pr
-_,. etbi, -eoefLAe o er waie ith lthe Indibans having proved frun iess. h
66' "irtg.andp*rid A ACampeachyerElwHij.i -.de a Pa--ur
h-0-.s1.,mon_.eyc .eud.^Ar-y trial, states that -upeainds of 2000 inhabitants e Apalawhicoe
ui --lt la itiCi S thwre whobihi'- b ueen compelled to fly from the
a.u.. o'e"ei ". Peninfla, .hadt. vkecn refuge in thee smand LL per
Vir
""4'S O:. eS 4 ,i ;'e ne whichh is aiready-beginiig p ato sle OJ to- resen Jth r
~ ( !~ A 3Ju1 ttalffi tprite w rd~ P h8 'a e ff 8 piper has LI I e fo hhuiwinfig: fa ',o e



t ", V. ;, were O byl "
I .tT **g^ht rifis Sere i*prbviuL. .a3The ae no longer Fany raic'o re-
", a prove&.20 m ma o r. g iinthe. vicinity. Qfh-Yalahy'an as the .b alachicv
iO$-Ran-a' -tes were lodi'an*' have burned' and destroyed every--
;,=,: e T h i.:.',."holyTh rsd., "y, there were some DOZ.
"A' -"-' -fgitives'id-_-. n-a."'. -vqs at cb Isle or J3oh- 5 0 just re
1 ccd.siowly 'auro- bog,:6o rku-cbistj whewi'tbly were iO'COflby
a d -C '~~'~' f~iot h Idkp'.app 'ed -4thyb4 March 'j6
-th I- boybi -
F,$ed aa


-ate Medic'al Companion" 'will Ice
'ree) to any part of the tlttlil
otters must be addressed, 'prst-paii,
NlMa.uriceau, B,-.xs 1-224, New YsXk
thing Office, 12,' Liberty-street', N(w
May 4, 16-t;,


Notice..i
rm ol J. Stevenson & Co. h.'ing
iolved by the decease of Jjshua
those indebted to the said fi lidre
make paym'e6t, and those. javintg
ent the same. 1
t good d on -hand areoffered u ;arle
Fbr cash only.
T. H. AUSTIN'
ii'nz partner J. StevensQq'&s A.
la,;,ay 2.5, 184S. l9-t'f


otice.
ns hav claims against -.1- 'estate
1 W. Faut, deceased, areequired
i same %%iS, the lime described
ie they will -arred of i'overy.
T. H. AUS., Admi.Lralorr
la,'May. IS, IS. -l
Guava Jl l
Guava Jellies, asscd Aze boxes,
eceived.direct frdmn afor sale
-" E Mctey-,
50 Icfr st.


I,. ..


Liverpool ............
I Iavre .. .. . . .
N ani/................
Tri.e ..e..............
Genoa ............ .
Oiherponrs...........
Total to F.or. Potts.
New York...........
Bostin. .. ..........
Providence ..... ...
Pliiiadolfhhia .........
-.g ilH.Uii.'r-.-...... ...
New Orleans........
Otherpoits...........
TotI Coastwvi'e....
T.-OTAL--nits-u


...... 35674 .35674 .-234i
...... ...... ...... .. 1357
...... ..... .. .
.. .... .. ,.7.-.t...373o, 9136
...... .. ... .... ... 953
3.... 9..,44 .39 4 ....
....... 4-3SS. 4:S;4A i275S
....... a.',,in .sit;0^ .T--af
.. .... 16479 .1:A7474
'. 51167'- ."' ..51ii7 .. 697l
. .... ..55 93 .. n.t7


...... i 57 i .7if .5. 3,5 *
-TT ..'- 10012 .,13434


S PASSEN(;ERS.
Per steamer Loit:--W-m A l.iain, Mr 'VQcent,
\Win S Nell.
Per sterner Quiinev-R Myry-.s, Dr \VWilson;'Mr
Haduen,jWouood. Grcffis.
R. ECIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Per sleimaer Lliuos- 310 tii les cicoii to N J.
Debhliis; 195 to -Hirnp-r lHlnile._i lie.:.33 i, V A &A
P C Kaitg. 85 rt, o \-liv &Kirnhr.'ich: 144 1o
C,,nsitgncs of seadner Cherlr-tun; 5 to Sims V
Ch-ever.
Per leilier Quinlc','-6 hbjle cir-tifnin o W\'In
Porter &'Co; IIto B'S [la s ley; 141 lo Mcluy V-
Kinribrou)lhi .
Per siefner Notion-6)0 bales c Deblois. -
Per barge Live Oalk-f5 balps c'uti,.n.


MARINE INTELLIGENCE.


PORT OF AP.\LA'-li-'I-.LA ...... ....Jiune 1.


ARRIVED.
Mavy 27-B-Bark Indi na, \aWi, fI'm New York
Schr Monterey. bblfby, fri N.-'w (rleans
Mayv29-Schr L,-isa SeIr-,fm New Orleans.
May 3i)-Brce Pion.'r. li-amn, foci'N York.
June 1-P1.rk i rbh xheaf. Snr'lf, it Liverp'l
June 2-Sclhr E ,ridian.i .,:,r,'r. fni N C lilanis
'leainrer Fhini. Lenmerell, fin -,,,, ii'- Fe-rry.
Sleaner Qiiiiw's, Allen, Im CihltLdhoOichire.
.ieamer Loinc, J,.ries, fi Cothlic blic-3.
Sleamer Notion, -ireer, fin tCluiibus3.
CLEARED.
May 30-Brig Pioneer, [-Iarn, N Orleans.
LIST OF VESSEL IN PORT.
H tI IP_;
'*INPit
Marallion, Johnsian. 382 ions, fur Boblon, load-
ing--N J-Deblc,,s
Marianna, Ginn. 3M9 9 tons, fin New York, \sdi t
0 Itg--M it-1r"
Canion. Pdekimrd, -115 tc-ns, for BoL-st.n, loading-
I-H irper &- H-l..h .-
St, Lawsrenc.. ons.:a'r.- 461 itons, fm Io.tm-'ii. waii
ing-T L Miliclel.
-Probu, I-e. X'r,--, 6i47 tnh.c lor To r!.rlciu..J2,.il ccg- -
I M Wrr-hi.
Rob'lt Fulon, \V.5',-, 560i tons, fur Li\ei|ocol
loading-1 M \Viilit.
B s% R-).1t'E 53.
Sarah Sheaf. Sands, 01 tuns, fIo Liverpoil, aiiatt-
- -.- ing- [\la -r r. r
India- Wait. 255 Cbns3, for B o;icN
la_-NJr'H-i ior n oad-
Robert W .\ i,. Jcl,_-,,ii, -t!l lonti, ifn Liverpool,
wailintc-Mu -iN r" "
Bin-tel. Mclnilie, 24 t'ions, fm New Yurk, wmii.
ing-M,isl,:r
Coaenaicer, (Bi ) Paii-rs.:ci6. 12 tons, Im Li\er--
pool, s'ciic&cC-J [day (,'.i.
Dauncless, (Br.) .Icihnscc.. diS9 t,,i,, for Liverpool.
loadinag-W A \- P C Ki"n.
-P It I','.
Selma. Smith, 407 ions, lim New Yonik, waiting-
MIaster.


m SP


Notice.
C APT. BENJ. HO\VAI Agent durmcig n 'y ribsine Ir.'ii .ihI,, State.
JOHN W. BABCOCK.
Apalaclicola. Juiie 1, 1F4S.
Notice.
C OL. WM. H-. f-it(GH- S ,s icy Agenti dtu'ing
rny abselice IHunm Ic-? 'i t.r.
HENRY G. GLYON.-
Aplachicola, NIy *'.3, li'lS.
S Notice.
JN pursuance if tihe pr,, iiorins u-f the Ccotitic-
L intt ol the .Stile, i ilice i -.' c r,.)u liemn that
certain persons, cilizers of Fl-,i ,d, irt-rid aiipl\-
ing to the next Gen .ii'l A-sseibl II thIc State,
for.an act icc.crporatinigi llheni, anIl their a's4oii
ale% citizt n cul Flirda, % iiho ina. bec',iiiii iiiiHi
atilh theminc lir tlhe 'purp-se, In Ilite name arind Ilyle
ol t'e ', Bank if C,'mtnrricerc"e''--d iiicorpmrlim'n
to. ptsse's bankiiin powers and liris ile-ges, andil its
capiti ock to cohilis t of iot itrci tliiia .',.t.i.>i).
May 4 lj-lc


TlIe Protection Insurance Co. of
New ler'ey.
T HE suibs-rmb. r being, alid.iimled by the above
Cinpan\ heir taernt 'for thi-i city, is now
prepared to take Fire.. and RMarine Riskq
Nliv LI. ISIS. THOSE. L. MITHFL.


Tax Collector's Nolice.
T AX pin er5 are heri.by tlifi-.d tliit ail l'axes
due the city ni'iut be paid hIv the rime pre-
scribe;l by the rdiini.iice ..p-ssrd b% the Cilyv
Couric'l, if or-thJe Iaw will be sCrici:t'lve,'.n'rced.
JAS. F. FARRIOtR ,
S' -'. Tdax C,_lLector.
Mr. EDWARD MI.oCULLY" isn m anahoirized
agent 'orithe c.illeclion olf ',,r.ses cliini nv tab-
.er c-e lrom the State. J. F. FA RIOR.
Al 15, IS, ... -


'Claret linie. .
2 DOZ. snperir Table CiJret, reserved per
25 schr. Montlopev, and or s-ile Ibv
May I6 E McCUL'LY, -56 Water si.


New Orleans Sugar.
5 HHDS. prime N. 0. Suzar, receiver per schr
Monterv,'and r.,r sale by -
May 1S E. McCTLLY, -;0 WV.lcrst.'


For Providence.;
E- TH-E last siling ship CA.NTON,.
Packard, master,'having the greater por-
Ak^ tion of her cargo engaged, "ill have
qui'-k tclispatch For freijght cl 2,j( bale0 cc,tton,
apply to
May IL HARPER & HOLMES.
To Let.
THE House lately know-as thle"Dew
;;;i- Drop." Possession given minrediatuly.
I Tnquire of WM. HONE,
May 11. "'. \ t Waler-st.


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New Ybr1., April 1, 14'7.
Dr. Town-erd : Dear Sir-One of my children
was-i very sick %%ith a C'aiiker in Ibi''Mnnih1ii l
Throat,'attended xith greLat deriililv It ('W
near d\ ring. I c.btaTiinId onne rl T,'..ur excellent
medtizue,-nd it cure-d it directly, -or % \inch I
a.4ni"e you I feel 'ery 'ratelubL .
Yn,-r, resieclfiillv .
ELIZAB13F.TH FOWLER. 27 Desbroessesst
Fis! Fis.: "iis!
D(. Townsend, not having tc-sltd his Sar;apa-.
rilla in c3st-. of"Filt, of course ite;, recoimirend
ed it, arind wa. surprised to receive the ftollowiprg
fr,-.m an iilelligent and respectable. Farmer in
.Westchester county
Fordham, Aiiuust 13, 1S47.
Dr Townsend: Dear Sir-[I have a lilltle gil
,even years of ae,"'whp haw been several years
afflicted with FRt;; we tried alm-ist evertl icng
fir her, bat without success; at l'st,althoush"-ev
could find no recomineiincdition in oiur ,rcilars fV.r
cases like her-, we thr.'ght, as she w.smin very
delicate health, we would ave her sQme ft-'yur
Sarsaprarilla, and are ery alad. we did;"Yl'r ii no
o0,lv restored her strength, but sh:e has had no re-
turn ofl the Fils, to our great pleasure and sk:;
prise. She is fast beconirg'ru ed and heq-ty.'
for which we feel grateful. .
Yours, resiretfillv, "'
S. JOHN BUTLER, Jr..
Female flediicinCe..
Dr. Town.eiid's is-a- ar-iilla is a i ,csr7 i.on aid
.pe.l, cure t,.r Ilucil.ent- u(,1... qr)|.,Jii(.n, .L. ,rtli.-
nes, Prolapsic Utteriu,*.r,Fdl'nio ot tfie'I .'ii-h' .
Costti'eneqs. Piles, Leu'c.,-rrhroela,-mr W.hiir...h-
struteil ur difficult Menstrintibi' 'IiibrcrirJel.r,-1
of Urine, or irnivoluntary'.discharke' thereof, and:
for the generalip'roIrition, of"thie s'tic--'inf-


1,,:,r al influenIe !rh i~t, ut i r' ,.n i 'ii fe,-
in re-gaid-.to&subie'ts .aviic'hf.ew'4id..o all ot.bhih;
eri .'-Ti be" ot l,'" ra 'um rinit -i iicorfun-e.--- '. .
Thie" cause rd T.r, perarvcte .I-he" -rrtieret cofit
Agri' i.ll ite; anid li:.hein idut, id ;ic l ii-.rLc.i -
-ilis and vac iitce:l --will be i,.e lijeetAf 'a t wj4 ic.' -
-tie atle-t ci 11Of .the pcapEr will be pi'i ,iall .di
ei'ted; and as coorrne fed .with .ltl e i r"te' t."
anid is beariitI upr-n them' srdas-cclflterencig
thiEM, a review iol f,,re'fn ,rtd d1me.tlicJatkets,'-
" ill not be o'.erlc-,.ked ': '
Th imprtanre. ,. %- i e 6bject'?ahd'l 'ttli
uch iih well crndutcil nea'.l.a!.er'copvli-otd'.- .-
i hern, are. quest io)ns.t hicp h ci.i.ld riont" be t'ij'jdis-
c;ci-,d in a Piaper -cl. tF sis*'- tT r;- .I .t.it asill beow .
pirpnise in cslxtaio rind eiriraor-Therni.-iu aplin
'Zial and selected a.vlirI mniay appear tin .,'-- .
C c, tli T I -..- i '- "
The' Editor rif ith.e TljA.n4ktit.-AIVoce-A'E'
will not inr any digre- tntles'ith:paltvirl:j-
IIw. Tihe events cl theda,:rl'eraing;oqcur .
rericesc- ot lIhe week,,he vv :ic .Jt svid' i-as i, much-
1i ,r .a ,.l i ,cpuarti ait Iry .as t ei)e' .? rre ..i. t ,-ltqc,1 e
aill.dAdiit,. H e. h liere-i.Tiinm-seltfi'cl b'e r |.(I n '
-I.airty bire, acid i .e cill e-ri(.k oi, t1lus 4. & e-'
cc Icuicic,. I his pape
''.I{veie 1L1in pih ce ae%,I:nrs
-.* t, Eljl'r.. pr ,,4,1fstio ( g i< n v '..- i ..abil ti p -c-i tIrc- n it, .rr- '-t 1 "iZy d ii
4,.tyier ilr.i.;-rcule,,icIl, cl:6ul ,i tIm -p Sat c'ra; aote .'t ,d "
afith-h ri'.e it ," .
T-erm-s of~ NuI'^/ .qa')'t*''' y^l6 urs er-rc
Ti]Unic c adsai'E,.Fr-i~h't~tAi* '. ,Atl-i[tfa'4 -
ad'vance. ) ',.'-'-* -. --'.f i '
Q.iinv. Fat.,.M.li9"7. It' p '* .
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MARRIED,
Ia Fort Gaines, ,n ihe 16h ulh by lthe Rev.
Mr. Turner, J.,,N F. TRLorr[7%MAN, Esq. of Craw-
ford county,to Ms VicToRia J. lIIJ.AEs, Of Ed-'ly
cnumny, Georgia.

COMME0RCJIA.L.

COTTUN 'STATEL\IMENT. LI..
I 'ear i
Siobk-hihd e.7;i. 715-1847. .57T -9S,'
hececved pi.as ,:-ek ........... 1742
pi qa o -Iy .........l123c 11
Total.......-.- 11462;c 103329
Explirted pa-t aweek ........ .....
Spreviously.......... l00-i412
'I'rll.......-- 110412 84346

On hind andon sl.ipt|bnrd notchl-ared 142015 2ij93

EXFPRTS Or COTTON, FRONI APALACHICOLA
Coimrencing I 'elc mit:hnei'r, IS-?7-aind sume
unie in I15i46.
Pda- I Prevl -IoT. T La T-r
WVHt flR RXPoRED. lw I n''F c. rU-I v i seas',n


Dr. 'lowiseid's Sarsapar-ila -
WVimcider .1,d BlIc-'ilg rel thl? .Age.
The grist extracordin i Meilicir-e ir .tihu?',.rd r
This E'tract i- I.ut up iu Q,,=rt Bi-tle- :' it i ix
times cheaper, pteasanti-r, ard'I-tirrahfed st *
perd-,r in av iy,;,Adl. It ciTc. w :ii ,htiht .
voulcr, a, [pii'egi rcgst.' cbili'jiting c fh'y Patiedit. -
'The great bheacc and supimeority rl' rhii .4arsi-
pmilla o-ver all other m'riedicit,-es i,- rlinta while it
eradicates lile disea-'e, it iivigdoatfes the bcdy. It'
iS die of the very bef "-,- .
SPRING AND ?'TMMENII MEEICINU ,
Ev-Pr knsawn; it not end pu'rtics I' the It,'.Ile:sv-'
trin, andi sl renvl hem;.- tlIe p _er-sn. 'butI- it c&irat*s
ni7 t,. mure indl rich blood': a. 60ner p,'-.esed-bv
n, other medicine. Arid in tlci' lies.- the ianrd.
- c-'ret ,,f its w uid,'rl'ul succc .e-. It lhas perfr-le.iled
within the last five year, mn-re thi- .liiiOL
cur--s.ol- severe cae -m of disease-: at lea-I 1'.1iii)i
ware cmnnidered inccurihle. ft.ha-'saved tlPIi'vIs
c-' Imrire than 3i00 children iUtti'flg- rfI-fti -$susr:
- B .- ,fl "fl "
cases of GenerI Debility'
amid U Nervouis Eiiergy.
D,' '1'mvseic';r'.-tr .te. the
D, I li, l lll n" |ll|, l|, e. m lT..l I ,,_
ss'hnile 'VsI-estn perin.anenitly. 1- cc i 1
lsth ileir rijiscucar.eneraiery b) Ih-c elCcts v M riTY'i-4
icrine .r indi-.r-elion -vornniitid in.n -,ih, r;r tli
exc'essl%, e idilgerr'e of lihe -issiOAd:iaId brni,.,r-ht
or, .a geneir.il physical pristralii,,i <.f the ncervonm
-3v.erri, la.itide, want c-<.f an-,biiin,.faiutiK -; en-
-jti.oi.., pirenmalure d-cay and declink, ha'tening
t...-amti' tIIlt tal3 diese. C, cii,numplntion. can"be
eltic rqlv re.bi;rm by this pt-a-.ant remedy. This
Sarsap'irilla i- far -diperi,'.r. ,i ad,,ly
lunvigoraling Cordial,'
A. it renewvs and invigiraics hie sv-tein, gives
.ic'Iiav tu the liciaha, nd strelilh to thlie muscu-
lar syslem, in a most eXtr.,,,'rdinarv d:gree.
Conu minl|tion Cured.
Cleanse and Stirentlhi-n. C.-i) iiipli',n can be
cir.-dl. Pi'nichit-lc. Corm-i1nlicnon. Liver C',mn-
pl.iit, Ciii-d Cal.irrlh, (C-icigl, A. tlmn.i. S1it-
,iriL'. of' lrIn.-l, S.rene-- in lhe Cli-s.t. Helctic
k>"Jhi, Nichl-t.Sweats, tDifficlIt ,.r Pr,-i.se Es-
ppe:u-"Vrkn. Pa'ln in the Side, &c., have been
anr, can '>hired.
Sl alung Blood.
.Y.-,rk. April T',. 15-7.
-Dr. Tnwansend--I ern .,Vee \,at ',ocir Sar-
aapanrilla ha-; been tie rreian-.T.' -, h Prh-vidmre,
.,I .:ivi, my liie. I have for se%,'- li 'a
bad c.,',-uh,. It became are and. a At
.iat IraisedId lrc- qimuritii.-' eI blc.cd. ha1- .
-w s.-ir. rid asa- gr.ealv dbmlitateil ac.] nedlcet-c
arn diid rintt expect to live. I have only iI-dJ Npuor
iZj-'ipari lla a ho -rt tIime, and tliere Iiae a w.:in-
deir.i'it chliane been wrulchlt in i1e. I am nowa
-hl-,' to walk all cvr-r the city. I raise no. bln:od.
ai.d mn-y c.-mtzh has- left me. Y'mu can well ima-
gine that [ am thankful for these results-. "
Your obedient .?rv'ant,
WI\l R ITSSF.LL. 65 Cathatine si.
RhleutniaIisin.
Thi iQ only ,-rne of' r-re thancu fc.ur' fh.uniand
ca.ie' td Rlienimiatism thil Dr. Toa nas-rid'- Sar-;i-
parilla has cured, T"e midt --se re -ic i c.:"-i
clies a-re- weekly eradicated by its.'e.xtra3rdrrai a
Janips .Cumlinira, Esq one rcf Ili.? a-sistants
in Ih. L.cti at ic AsyLim. Black'e'm [WaIsnd. is the
'"eadull.z m-in spokeci ift' in tle Il1I.'l.t' in- li-ttlrr:
_''^-Qa rk,.-\'I'l I-.ind, Sept. U.1-17.- ,
Dr. 1'm'wvin:-e e,- ar Sir : I hbve s,-iteredl te'-
nrl'ilv i fr niie yea he Rheuniatiina ; con-
,,iderable ,-' tIre time I mtin etm, ;lIeep or
wall. I ad che ulmo d'm t -ir .ns, acId
n_% 1mins %%ere tetiriblY s)slle. j,,
r , .d tII
do,.|ne 0rsre tha-a'i^alhsb..crnd duIlans w-.rlh id
01odi. VYoi are at liberty to ffce tlis-fortlhe b;-
efit of the afflicted.
Yuoirs, respe'ti'ilhv,
JIMES CItMMINGS. .
Fever aud Agile.
Dr. Townsend's S.ars.ipanrilla ,isme'i'illl-ed i,,.
,'c.- r.f th'e Chills .and Fever aff Aeue. The
i'oll,.wri letter is only '.ne of mhundreds that we
lhaie rec'_-ived trom the Soutlh -'and West of llike
chic acter.
Osvwegn. Mich., Oct *2, 1047.
Dr.Tsowiisend : D-cr Sir--T Imtichasccl b.-r in.y
wif-'. two brltl.' ofl S.'rs.i par ll.i n-f aocr. Agein ,.
Mr. McNair, of K.lanimaz-.I, i; try it ior the Fe-
ver ;,r-i Ague. Belf'.re I hIad finki-led the first
b-,ttle, it appeared io warm thebl'-ld, ard everv
.-llicr di\, awhen the Chill-s arind Feer anlte.,ard,
the; sere le-ss viioleriit ; and brf-lre sie had fin-
iie ed the bottle, she wai entire, rNlieved, aid
iae vTas mainch better than she had bc-cn bej',ie.
-he o-.k thie Agi'e. A la-iy that had been vsry
si.-k sih the Clhills and FPe'er. but had broke
Ihem with Quinine, and sais lehu in a very A%.eak
and di-tressint state, and troubled exceedinrly
with thie A,_,.e Cake, seepintlg lle elect that it lad
,-1n n1 MY ile, she sent and phojctired a few beolll ,
aid it resl--rcd hlier in a few week-.lto coniplete
hiial I I. YoIcr Sarsapa-mi lla i- 3( ilohitl dr.ubr, ur-
equalled in diseases incident I. the Ws-t, arid if
you think that thin commiimicati.-.n will be of use
.u are at libertyv to mue it as you choose.
Your-i. respect fiJlly,
S" CHARLES H. SW.AIN.
Canker in tIhe. JIoltlm.
Below 'is an acci-.int of" acciIher chld'c saved
Dr..To'.vaccsentl's Sars'atcarilta irs' saved the lies
c.I thon'ands of children. The tolhcmwimg .ttwi
certctii'ates are selected from a great niutber re-
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m atfe-'HiCAMPhtlr flPtti" Wft1-QW^ 5-D
caused Trci.d.uced. by Jiit-egula rjIt., ilfitns fcea-i.
dei.t. Nt. hing can .betlouie :!urif ij tha-,hl .
in cc..r'chrjg effect' ont..the Iurriar" frime.. ,Vti'r .
sols all weakness a.;d lassitude, from Iak lt- .z "
at .nce b ecom r,:,bu t .aid .lult bl-,e66er S..t-. -'
its influence. Ti ,UiLuiediately 'ecomrftlcfiqri- C
riervelesesres of thie l-ma-e .faine,','hicb, *.'.'.s
.reat cause ol Barreni-,ess.- It Wil/not 4M14"- ,
pect-d o if., in cases ol. 4o deircale' a na4. .Y
exhibit cer.tificale tcf cures'pe furriqi' bat'. '- -"
car, as-mfre-the afflicted- that, hundried* of.jeesi' '' :
have been re*(cleUd to u.U '1hov' aS of-Al. '. "-
whiere lariiic:ie have been."LctlCUr c..cbii Fei a 'r- :v-...'
[iing a tW e".bttis cl thi's iihalua'ble .rieiliii'.S-' .j
jhave been hIes'e a..w ,i h fne a th i pring; .- .' .
To IMl otl1ers a nd -9a rfMed.JLarflrd Le '
Tiis Exticlol Sat-sHpillai has -bee igr.g ..I.'.
pr-p.: d-in'it-renL'rie to tofeialeI C''mpltij ..-b -
te mrn.l I, e h Ias reason u supps4 ,he iiaappi*iatr' :'7
sh- that critl ic,- ipir,-rd,- ,. TU.tn7igJ eif. .. .
sloni -:rnieglect t6' lake it i, -' 9is a. t ia i-re- .
verilttive it'r -afv ol'le hunuierotsaAh'eir'-rit.."'-'.
dii'eades t \\' h I.( females ate subJec-"'at-tbictir46*i'V-'T-:
If file.- This pieriod nay..be dity/. ed.or'S-ifrc4a-- ..
yt.ars w aft i.ig tlhis nmtuirie. N w: Z,;-,Ec-cai-' .--
iatll-e 'or thliie lch'I ae.aproachjng. aaomanhorha'. :y4'. -:x
,- it i- calr'ulated o1.; ,c ist tiiatriteett'f,, 'qrs [Ti blood aitd .,,,igofratinl the sat ri l ... -f'l.-- "
-lli', -m m. dIriit e .-ti s a,) ..lt able fit a' ttb ''.de} jc t -' 4 ..
diras-, t: ahkh wotne fare sbbjAC t. --..- V
I rbr;) rcet e[e, whroe flern. ren$e4pe r m a iierirt- =--
ly tjhe aIjra c -enerao gie'v,- r : i"iit wi- ilhe' mi.r ir''-- .
titesu'A.l h-irec.,,-dyj:ialt -scr .lj i.tiliUall ,ie'.ca' -"h'44t ".
,i^^lce**sub; u,:i^e 'tl.r-[akoti<*;i%'qv~;, ici:T h tI.^fe.G -.aidy .'.-;;-"
ma!t rhiedicirie'& -takei t'.r-'rn'ale ta candr'it"
.ai.. e B y: ciogi lev- h" tt' ol tiis '" t"id c"
.mmw-._v aud.-d-ifr s p slul-srgicat iper-arwir3;. ..f ,-.
be_-pr,'eril -. M -. : ,
Grleat Rlcssiir. to Ml 11ttts/aTl*^ .
.. .-.. -. Child e n,n :,._
It is the satfsr aid .iri'ost en t.ue la mrdici.nefQ -'. -
ruril irig the s.-te an.r ,d riIl' ing I he qs _-lerrn $'- -.
tie.ida,,t cp ._..iicIldt iII r i er di..acov'i;" t $%'*
.aihd ii-'-t7^TTT -.a d-ctr 'hd-d,"i "Zrveits-A
haIose win d ,,i =--(-it
It is h.ig l-,y cietfti b-i)h bef.'read'ai TreaT-n-- ....
merit, 14 it prevenr. discas-es"artenditituppp= ..
,:hilbir'lli- in Cr.stivettel,,Pii i,-Crr. Pilla@ "
i-g olf ltie Feel, D,.-.i, 'nd.er, -Hailhirn n,;.'- .
iti rir, Pat iil.he I Buck and _Lniir, False Pa "i. -.- .
Hern,-r.i-hage -arni i ,. ii ulh i t.-i th in s-.'etns in .- "' ':-
eIquJalizing the circilali,.r, n it ihas rioequi.a "-to .
great beault tEothi n-cit rre iri I; ir 1 1 alid a sadr:'el"-- ..
and tlie ijiu-qt tLiic, lt- t,:r it ni c.-' l .ucc'uees-ull.y, :., .
%cry tlew cas' re'qpire.r any l, r i, rnecici 'eIt .'-. "
r.me a little C,,sl'.r Oil. ,r Mrel e ine.i;.i' ic tt"---e .-
Exercise i Hi lhe o-enc.acr, acd lihl.t hc'd avit-'lis t .- '
medicine, % ill alw .y l-,i.,ure a satle'iud e."sy con- .'
inetmenl. -- .
Nollici o_ 1lW Ladies .
Those avi lhaicil:ie 1r. Ti:w,,.seri,', Sarsaparilla -",
iare irvar.iAblv cal;cd their''inrLtffa -i'/al Rinidy&-y A.{
fbor- .Flnmalesc. &c. C, 'it tare cipiee c.i.r. hills..
and circular- which relales o1 the ccrtilailaus of-.
wtmeci, w.:.rd .f.r o .rd-':.ltii:,r meii \(lftr.u p op'r r.
ried icice, .Iaae, sit,-e ltice Eat-siuccess.t4 Dr. .A/,. ,
T wri'n-end'-s aracpi3illak in conmpl -iil, ctcidc n it o.o ,.
crcnal-'s. rc<.irineni ed. I hi ',' tlii-.tj h i: revios ?-' .,
1v ties-did' rut. A rt niheti of Ihese Mixtd'tes,' .
Pil S ec.,ace iTr,ifr'i. 6s i, fetic rlee ,"a.I t e aggre''t .-'- -
'% i-id,-ease. and"ti ,ii-rnmin Ihc'e cnsl irltn.-'W n ':
." .ScofulAi Cured. --:
Ti, cThl? c'T^..stIe cnchirivc ls proves Ilhatt-hisi'"
Sarsaparilla h 3 ,cnmri-,i uer the mrrot oh(--.-. .
stinate diceae- o.f the Three:-persion. S .-
cured in one hr-..iire i.; u .e.( Li- .,-
SThIree Chiildrein. --.' "
.Dr. Toine,,0: Dear Sir-I have thie Ic1-asbie.- *
In inl'orm ;,,u lhaf lihree cf, roy childrbrn. -haE'-c'-
been cuiredc of the Scitula b. the use of c,,rur.-"-
cellent .iied'iicne. The; were atilc d ver.v;"se-
.verely I tli had Sores : h;' takencriory luur bot--'.
tIles;' it tck lhwi-n-mQva\, for wahIicl-hi4.etl yffQ .
uhder great o.blia; n .'. -
I Y -'irs., esii.-ctJull", c -- .-I- -
-.- ISAAtC .W .:CR T, 1(WWnorer--t-.'."
.O A minjqnw of ph^--';--* "-" -.
Di.. Ti ciiiciI,;d ia, -icit diily: teCeiviwSgoKdui"ei
frorn Plsicijs ir dilVrert pirsi I c iiet l oli^ -n
-TI i- s. to ce'rtl -that we,lice undA#'igri,:
rPhiysii,-iisof lie C iIt t:. Alheci a,.h ,Veji,.itt.r:
oits sc'ases -pre-crib de DTr..' Fc ,wn .nod' pslii' a irlla',.
arid'-b-lie've it t.I be one oi--th^e n.cuct'vulubtie p .,
paratious in the Dat kecj .' -'--": .''
*+" H P i U L I .N G ,' 1 I -J 7^ :'1 ; +.
--I ^ Iii iJ r.'\V I L' C N ,t D ,.. "
S T ---:.. P\P1L,-. 141) .-DWI -. '-
*E I^r E,_ZLI M
Albany, Alifil 1, 1-- ... .
C a l is i i o .- -. :
Owing to the .gret si,:'e-".aid iinlenseFsale:
of Dr. Tvoir.enrd'scsars.jparili a.icuncherctjf'-te'n *.--
vh'cI. were I'urie IS .ourc-r. genis e, ta e c-. nc.irehced-
'icakirinSarsaprilla Extracra, Eliir., Fhitliec.E-x- .
tracts ot Yellow DL,.!.:,*&c. Tie, ierit'ei-Iltpcut
it up ir t- ie-.same slia.edl' b:tcl, -, lind s-,cice o't
them liave fc:.le aid ri-pied 't-.ir ah liensicns :
tley .dre owisy 0ti.r1hl-s' iitatiori-;, nd.slco0 f b' e
avc:'clI,.d. ...' I -" 'I.-:-,.-
SPrIncpal -Office. I-13 FLILF TON qret,.Sun
UuIJinr. N. Y.; Redding. & C '.I..Si street! "t
,_sti.,in ; D\c-il & Sotrs, 132. No 'r.ili Se:Ird stfel.,
Plhil.ad.-l|:.l'ia; S S. 1-la ce, D r-i'gc t, Brllni-,re,'
P. .M1. Clheri, Chrslu~rl. i.t_. .A\;nrght"l&.'C<,y 151.oS"
'Chiarr'rs stre:, N 0.; 1.i,5"cS,'iib PeArl -ire-ef,t-
.All-iiiv,; and by all the principal Dtc uri4 arc'd "
M'crhiact- ,u irerall l I hrc'cicit; nt theUInftici f-Sates'
"'eqt Indies aid, tlI For sale \\ cihulesale acid-rctail bi h a .:.. .
--. rH. F.-AArL, L ,
M ay "_'25,' .14. ; 1,-c -Ap i.uc-iircic.l-a.
PROSPECT!"' OFT.tHE.' .. -- i".'
F -rLORIDA .TEMWPtHRAN. :^E _.cm
'. ,.- A\NID '.' ..'* ,/-^ ^','-- ". -
Agricultu'o 'Adi acae.. c
A weekly paper to be. r.ublcs-h "in.. (.nncs.Fa .Pa
.- .I:- ', -_. -., -. v -,^W t ."(-. f : *: *;
T xHr'proiprei-or'f" .tice Q,(:c.-csT Er;iEs, unje r
Ihe:repearrd cI(..1c"-il ort'is d'f paI ,tire ', ";ic lit;? i '
nrlic:,ll, c-:ni|i't'l and. -nr-.' f.e' .itri e .-d l -err;iier-
a-ice, .gc'curlt.i'e, auid.o ttc..stj'cflrcglirnt ret.'i$
uf S'-'.'c,\'i has.ce cler.rc,,iiri'd ti d.) t-.re-;lhis-J iurna[,
ni -re exc.isstvelT e ,, lhe bJjbr t I ici.'. cat-d by the'
nm-se 1tW I h Ice li~i hc' t s ror .ed. .. -.'.
The Ediltor Ic-a co-ct ered~hvma..e' t'th'l Utang-e
cu.,t sc rmuch with tlhe eypotatioltf c-.ecitu-alV''
giain, a- ss t.ic rh'e dc.ic.e ml"eFii'~f, 'a-dlut.ar';


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S- HEETINGS, Shirt ngs and Prints, by the
.. bale and case, low for cash, hv
J ... **-.'" B. ELLISON &-Co.
Dec 9:;- 5 Or. Water arrd'Chiesinut sts.
re- Razor Strops.
J-APMAN and Emerson's Sirops, jast re-
led and lor sale by
; Feb-H :T. H'iiARELL.
'.MO.F0AT 'S LIFE PILLS AND PoCENMIX
BITTERS, just received and for salefby
Nov 21f ..; J. C. ALLEN.


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row Rpt -C .;n, Ct~BuckWheati, Mustard,,Rfftet' *
Forsale by -"' B.'EL-LI.U N .,.,:-* .. .
-, ec 9, ,d, .. Cir. V ,ipr idCilearpiH ,t?:-'" .
-' "&aw teit9;' .. .' *.", .." ," j.,':.^
S-QPRING- and tum *aeljlreie ,11
-10 aWd for sale by j ,. *- ;;,, I
4. T ..' :'-! ^ ," r- ; ., : \
ler~b, r'4 ,
':I .O R rble.,by'. i .7r.-n : -. v .v ..% :-.. h ',
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Franklin Cirmcuit Court.
John W. Rinaldi, Compl't, !
Daniel Sinith ,ana Luy' Ai~n .n In hacr
, his wvile, Reap'l s
UT PON reading th' fuoregoing'affidavit, it is or-
dered that 4&ervice of the foregoing bill be
perfected on the dafendanls in said bill inention-
Ad, bv publication in the Commercial Adverliler,
.or somne other newspaper published in the Welt-,
ei n District, I'.,r Ihe space of lour muno h-i, re.-il-
ring2 sidi d,.-l'-ndant. to appear and an-iwer said
bill-, illl-ihwi'e lh tlhe ioin- be taken pro con.
k'eso GEOR1:CE S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
April *-1th, 154 .
A (rue copy. \rt, "VAIt;LI,, C'lk.
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)'TD ',.T.YTOr6 IU,; hht-. r ,,, *n i|H-:,,iii tuts.;..,
:' ''*,t r r o t s .') i) b l y'* ''*T~ ai ))^-20 bls,nad n'*-r ,,.,. ,,,,.' l arev ..,
3- n 'o. r\ i f.'soN_,c-S I.'

~-;..:-^'i -**.y.'1nils< -.-.,
-I'P.^ G i-7 -'*. '11 f. (ABGEL-L.
'.. "j..''I. O.I.IIo^s:, aad. Ca+'pels+
..'* Q-' CS iOil:Cloth -land 2 yards wide_; .
'" l l' .(Vu/ yW+d l nyrai' Cali?, .l lI. "I1
b-z--" tir -V ?-
"iJ.Turtd lu.u- 'tug *. r tl--
-a I It, 9\by.' 11W r" rU__LLj-JT'-'

.....-Bailey's roialc m iivre.
p.H S' is a Vatiuithle co mpuurld rl.,l tl',ia ,-ifi
':'."IL .4bithona. an'I R.uhra, a ..v;eleiatile lfebrin '-
Wor rieeuro or Fever afd Ague.' S.ilh bv
..Jl'i l-.,. ." :' ; H. F A iELf .;
i &;.,. ,. .M ~o la sse s, r
'.. 14 HDS We A In'Jics; 50 tierees Floridla,
*Ut.,fr salet6.v B. ELLISON & CO.
-. -.P c301. -.' Cor WateV andClleitnui r..s

'".00.T& Aioes and Brogans, by thecase; ,
Women's Shpes antl Buskins;
_nt's,'Boys a'nd Youth's Brogans;
,, .'* ."^ '. .... '. finesew'd Brogaus;
e.:s. pegged. Boots;
S- .:.,,- fi nip ew ed| B oo ts; -
Rtsaet'Brogans. 'f r'sale by -
'...: .. -, B- ELL1SUN %. Co .
Deo" .' j Cor."'Water and C, e't~nur sis
V"-.:,:'.; D'y-'touus. .--
]TR8[C..^,NGS.< tlicpfte,..-:Colto-.n ..Osniahur9t
...I.Lingeys, Kerseys, .Jeaiis, Ftar,, l?, -Rldt,-
"ets, x.Tweedsi,. Shirtings, .Sheetings, Chlickc,
.G i ,l!.i.n .,i, C alicooe ,.p tila .n s, Etnpsi]' yr ,:& c & .c
For ia.iy..hy -. ; IA. *% ELLI.SON., CO.
Deq'9. '" -'1r. Vater and Chio..nut sts.
111W L= rE, u. 0 u,- r w A '67 E t-.'

lnt^I,-ouse & Cockroaaell poisj6o.
rT1.1IS v#Fy efficacious- remedy, T&r ex'terminn-
:'il'.,,tiin.eimmrdiatey' Aif a prnp'p"^[p'hcation 'be
ymad'e. ai.'a ]o~the above nired annoyancess._' His
Flea- id' K'ohi;, it'. hf4 oi; h.'4 a'raihed a. very ex-
4'ehsiv ?celet)rity 'u ininiriablE destrurlive pro-
"Perti'e to'thaltiirder'oT'.q"e!_ ',For -sale hv
S -.A Hu, -t 14 '. J '. L rR-,; rnaridist. !
.-.Af-e-ollnes" Ve."table Pills, -.-.
.",. iFOR 'DYSM.N HEA OR PAlINFUL
-.-:, ..... -J-MENSTl1UATI.ON..
7 HESE'celebraled Piils have become go anm-
ou forlheir~virlues, in curing this disease,
A that' bktt-littti need.be. aaid ofl th'e'n, tboeirraction,,
upbn the systeiu" is win'd"rl'il, thl y ie) inedidiel.',
t Mrrest all pain .in thi" disease, no mailer of how,,
liig stand:ni. Pamphlets eontaining 30 pazes
qfi--lti&mniasl from the professi-n. For s.le by.,
r"ci.h.y ; :, J C ALLEN.e.
.': : Gu:ihva Jellies. "
-+ (DOZ. Guava Jellies, assorted size boxea,
*" d.: just received direct from Havaua, For sale:
S *; "' .' .. ' E MA CULLY, ;
... lt e t -'" 5 50 W a ro,t.
-. ., ;,. ;-.,NNotice. -
*, "X. months after- date, 71 will apply'-to the
: .... :0;:HBiJude or Probaips for Ftanklin:County,
aor a final discharge from the administration of
;.-" 6) tate ot"t Hnry. B 1. late of said county, de-
6(.tio "'" JAUMES. IBSON, Adm'r.
'Apuhimol-, April 13,1848. 13-6m
-116 in~^|'*raul'Whiskey.
". ,i ',BB~lL ''-<.-hiekl y; 59bbls .Illinois Flnur,
''J0? "reideivfed'p1r sehi. Mohlerev forsale-yy
*y E.McCUDLY, 50 Water-pl.-
,*,' JUST *,tefrld,"*t, from the Sprifig;. For.
il' ^ -' ..- *,., J.C.'ALLEN."

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"f emigreee l^01 bixelw.iow glass, of all
i i, f.or iBby. J. G-,-A.LEN.
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Kf\ BBLS Champagnje, fIorsale bv
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AMENDMENT TO.THE "6711E WHIG BUGLE."
Constilution of the Stale of Flo- --
ra.ida, FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
ri(. OF 1848.
Proposed and agrfed to by (he third General Only FIFTY- CE..T-S for tMie Campaign.
.Jstibly: subjeb'l t') the action tj the itart
General .tseti'bty. The undrignied proposes to commence ihe pub-
-- lication o| a paler to be calle, ", THE WHIG
AN A r toeamend; 'rile l-tli Clauieot the-III' BUGLE," at Harri-burg, Pa., on the 1t.1I" April
Artcle ofl the Ct,,sliruton. eo ihi4 State, s,. that ie ih1, be corinmed weekl%' nntil al"erthe Pres-
the Jttes-L f, f ihe 'Ci 'ui't .C,-.urls' ".hal t.h.-1.., ij.er-M l Elecl-,,, at tire low price ot FII7 TY
their othcs for a tern l eight cars, in;read (,I u CE..VnThYr'the Cuayiaip n.
i, rtrood behldir,..r I The WHIG BUGLE, O .%il be simil-r iIn a].pear-
.S.E-0rAQI J. Be ite'iiateid bfq the Sf.3tbe aiid anc and -3pirit to Trhe Clay 1 mio"'l." o Iuihed
H'otite .ut' tRtpie' nlti vts ct' the .lt,tt f Fl. b% ril e b ihe ,. idlc ,iilid i t'lieem .lipztik,.i 1, -1 4, nd,
,id '-iii G. enctyt i sal s.t ijublt,.b/i t -,co l, Tl the a, =1 1 nlit,? ienl lines. will be e.peci., der.-,ttd
(t2t] ILh ,-,,; ..Li- tIlie.:>[l Aillecl ,)1 Ille t.Ilielll,[.t l ( I|'e di.-rsci iu li.rn ol \4'fW Iii" Priciple-l It w ill
-,ol ihi-'l. latt- be s,, amer, ded as I o r. las i.:.l ,. a,|i,-,k'alle ilei ion .im ti-,n of the g jllJI Grner.al
'':: t..-' e.]" ZAC'[-HARY TAYLth "lor fie PresideiiA', bul
.l.,m-',.f e-oJT lie Jidgesuol tie Ci'cuLt Cuo.ill. %Ail}- %ill i vild a heartv y u port it) the nomirn"ee" (1
the exc<.ion- iliieirtter Initliorned, Ju.icis of the a jisropri..e WVhig CU'nvenio s lor Prexident,
ihe.Sui, rjdie Courl,r,,J theJudges,.. the Circuit Vice Prerident a, d Canal-Commissioner.
Couns, shall be elected lor a term ol eio ht veari, Th, Wt,, -l, caldidale lor the Presieehcv in
aiindh IL hold flIH?]ffices Ir l>r thait lerin, unle"9 IS'S is alreddv desi..naled in many of-IllieN'ales
sooner_ removed under tire provisions made il lls o" the Uni, ,--and ZACHARY TAYLOR is ile
CoiuiiItution'lur the removal of Judes by addl'e-,i? choice o a ver large majoi yioifl' the American
ur impeachmenr;-.and..to o wil!ul negleet ol dut%, people. This "preference lor the Old Hero is
or oillier" reasonable cause, which shall not 6-? boi h natilral and right ; for it is Icmnii-ld in a
sufficient rouihd lor impeachment, the Governor gratiefiil sense o I.-.II arid disli i "oishe services
shiall r emove any -of' teie, on the address (if I%% r, rnde-rzd oil the feld of battle, whera lie has drs-
thirdso 14 the General As-_embl\ ; Pi ovided how- plye cnurage, huuijijuii, arid judgmnirt ol the
etver, Trat'the cals-ie or causes shall be state.M at highest order.
length.in such address a'nd eillered oi the Jour- The lameand services of the gall,ind.Oil,l ough
ials oA each Hrpu.ie. .Ind' P oior ,d further, and R .adv are Iresh and Natinal, and F, avelbund
*Tbat the cause or causes s-hall be notfied to the a deep response ina.Whearis. He has already
J-udue so .intended to be removedl, and he shall her,'lor ?
s. -" = evn l _i-r Mh n tted bs fie Le,isht,,rei and,
be admilted to a"hea-rnng in his ior n det'ence, be- seh. fel'.iventions of a iiu ,b ir _T a----
tle any 'vot l'hr s ch removal shall paa<.;: ardvA*+l.,^yZ7 of Ihlii4an& A' his couIirvere,,, in their
-such cases- the vole shall be lake,, b. ..'%l"d Irimarv as.!emblies Hii nonriv;tion bv ihe
nays and eliteredlon the Joen t House Whia RNaiional Convention is now regarded a-!
r.pe .-- .' .. .. prelly certain; and in that eveenf his evecnon Is
Is EC IF erenaeted, That [he Jtidge0*,
S~c. tn(' a/ ..Ta -".ure by an overwhelmingly maioritN. He lisa
I ,i!eJ unde-r thi, amended Contmitulton, fairly, hone-ilv, and gallantlv earned [ihe highest
shall be dJi-ded by lot into lour classes. The hon,;rs of the" Reublic, ard a grateful people
firt class shall hol-,d.liis or lheir office-or- office ..,,.11 ....n ,I withh ,en.
,1n- the term it"I ,.wo ia'r-i, the eco,,,d lor [he term Gen. ZACHRY TAYLOR is, our first choicee
<(d four yeir the third ,lo tie ten ,t 4x yeaIs, for Ihe Preside,,cy, bit ,we plede our zealou
-ll .-kurthl...'r-life term of eight ye orr lo the ,,m inee of the W hi., Natinnal
-'.-,[Piat.ed ;the Senale. bV he-L onglilUtli.,al. ma- C, ,veiion, regarding unan- mitlv of' lehng arid
lorily, December 22. 1I.'-7 Passed 'the H-,.u.eol, coneenlraion of effirl, a3 ezaenllal h) success.
Rr1,p.resentatives, by the Constitutional majorily, And sh,,uld TAYLOR, CLAY, SCOTT, CLAY-
Jannary6, IM-413.] TON, or an, other di-linguished> WhiSteleiman
Al Flloridi papers will publish, provided not. .be selected bv hat bodv,-he will receive our cor-
i"re "han "20 ischar ed. dial anir enl'hu.;iaslic 'support. Th union of
Apri:27, 1.;48, 915-6m, Ithe higs for the sake of the: LUnion," will be
Hardware, Ship Chai.lleJ.y, &. c. ourt motto--uur candidate, the nonjibee of the
THE Su -cribers h4ve ooi hand for sale- Whig N.'onal Conve.tion. :
LOCKS, as-orled, Bull.;, Scr-et H ing-.5 -:acti h nl her t ,'lTRE \'HIG B OUGLE will c-n-
Hanllsaiw, Millsa%%s1, Crn.ilicit do, Plaes. alrna'L-ndnd POLITICAL and GENERAL
Compasses, Augers, Gi-inblet, Ctiil., Brde J>P"rE.LLGENCE--and Ilhere "ill be inlud
and Bitls, Ru],s, Bevel, Sqitares, Broad.iI-, Irrminh its columns Ihat lite and sp-rit-fun and
Shp, d-,,' C, llin,' do Aize, Hal-'dll.. pbilooaph/y-wit and wltidoni, that will be ca'lcu-
der., Shttern -do,,i-,.; li nd d' vard e I ted to -arrlp rt as a spicv apd inlersting sheet.
C unters. -Scal, P ,,l ni.d-,tn d.pr d e are deftrrniined to ,nakce Ihe BU.GLE! the noiMst.
Conniter Scales, P-lailorni ,"', .'-' "',I \e\ ..," "d
Kilcneln Ware, Table J;rlv,' Shovel and I'elv, spirited an.] efficient WVlig paper ut the
Tons, Fire fro..C.-ital 1' the S-te
BLACKSMITH s., An vils S1ed N. -coll upon the \Vhig- of Penns lvania, and
r" r Lme-,r 3 S ret places St ,,iks I1 01' the IUnion, to givee their -aid to his ere'prir e.

,L, g- Files, Ra.ps, &.c. Lei the blasts ot f THE: W HIG BUGLE--be h .ardc iu'
.['a a ri a_s i'led, every part rl r"the c.-uidry, rouw ing Ilie gallant
, unid, flat arid qiare, Band, Hl..p, Sheel and "Vhia's to ACTION.
Boiler Ironi. Ridlroad, Spike do-, Hlrse-l,,:e The first iinber of THE: WHIG BUGLE Will
Iron and Nails, Cast, English, hlister and be i^ssLad in Ihe firl- week in April. andl weekly,
'German Sleel. thcrealter, um iil alter fhe Presideiitial election,
PLOIUGHS-Single and Double Cornshellers, or the small sum uof FIFYr CrNrs fur the cam.
Corrills, logchains, Trace do, Ox do, paign.
S hovelsand Spados,\-ehng'- Hoes, Garden, INDUCEMENTS FOR CLUBBING
'" U ue and 'G ru b b ing H .,=e ''
"CORDAGE-Manilla andHempi,. orled, Pitch THE \VHIG BUGLE: will be furnished to) CLUBS
"COIDAEM!l~aand~mp asoredPithat [fie f,:llowbigl 1,,%v rates : Six copies I.-,r,$3.
Tar, Rosin, Coal Tar, Bright Varnish, Hand. Twelve copies folw r ,,5. r iaeen copies I-or 3.6.
spike Blocks, O ar-, & c. T w enty-five copies fo r $I v. -A rind for a inla l, %.7r
CASTINGS- Sugar Kellle,, Mills -nd Canl. number cn piesa l o p li.. And f or dl .r.
-drons, Rakeovens, Spiders, Puts; E nameled rmr,, be ac ompanied with the C .%SH.. % Al ny
JKet tles, T ea Keitles, & -. 1.t
TJNWARE-A full assortment. .... persin sending a Club of Subscriber.% will be en-
Wholesale or, rtail -f.tilled 1. a copy of the paper. Remittances nay
-- holesale or7 reiai-, be niadie by rnill with erlire saletv.
ROBERTS, ALLEN ,%,& Co. We *T- t i r bli f' THE WHIG
Ap,.lachioola, Jan "-0, 1,;4.s. -_ R CIP-1111e h. Pe t e r, sp Iv'rIr L -t d, -.TA -AW '


cgaal Notictris.


..^'i'itir,.-EreCaps. .and Fire
.. ,'i .-M IRfl,,t' 111atitfactory.
S -,.. lr J, ty .--tRATAI'CA-P; conrinue-s tC manu-
: ,. ii.- 't k o.ici al i 1-11 ,.ilb and, No.-3-., Bif.osdwav,
"" e -vlv ttie l .,.,w' ih u arii'cl^ : M il 1t ..11v C aps,
-. ". **' .iSel!.,t-^ by'i nc,/*-h d~th'eaiPl'Ic#;C, i C~ti.J^e Fox'.,-s
',* n,t'l-";Pri'i~minii' W ires, Scabtbadi'-,-Saddle
..,--, )O* wrl%.THo[tel.sir'.Brlle,'Gun Cases, r'lie Caps,
*. .' .. ''^ 'Bea'r'sk-i~n ff ati ,,&.c. .,: '
: :-':.'/ i~lt'a64ni+'Five Conpanieis about forming, or
..n~ll hpljlLe ',.'l.in iiiic; (lelr(J01 l'4h,.s, can be
...,.+.";.' . ",'- i-' 11 '. ... l e,'tflt the lhoitVest',lionce ,- nr, Ihe f,. s.,r,_- Jnrn-
'; - ... 5 "?{gi;ll~feims', *-"*':' ,+"* '' -* f**'*M ay 4, 16-''t.
".'. 4. *3 3.-. "* ,," "*'. 4. 1 --
, ,. ,, -^.3 (*.,_,^ ,,, ,- ^ ^ ^ f.lt '.AH.j..K%." H,,, I. a, mn'37SI. D-,ringo
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e "sH ?. 1 .lr 4ale 1-1 0 *'"
":; '-'..'+;., c. ^; :f.- ." ".. ". E M.'CU-I. I V. ..
'.. / ..^^. "*''--'- .;? :" cs C ', .5 .+ .:, ^l '...R, .^ d-JtI'-r pi liip M al i ia n .i, u m l fo r
'*'' -. -:,**,,^A^t' d'b .' '.
.'" -'5\" ""' J,-'^' 13 "Mlel, "~ lk .,m .^*
"*^ *:y W ^ ".ehl PaleP I ,,, V ... _'
1'.....- .T V 7= .. ^ - Saiile'rlj 's *, -., .. ,. -..
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*^f~f^^ ^iO^- *'Ea-;NlrtaIdia Madeiii Wme;. -v*
+ .* %..-':*' .'"^- :, -. f S told Sic ,I,.lM; iJ ;i.h(, (i, e, ,% j or
v.-' ...- *h E- M.-CULL" '.
:-, -.. For '. i. E, : I ; E o
*''^**a?'- **'` w'P 'BB .iv.i fl~ dnt l iii an ;I-.Flori-
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t' i:,^ ,-^. ^ d ll p v*(' -- ---' _- .. .
.... ;r 1) N' I URer, ,,IE,. Su0ING & Loi.


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'' **V^ ^^ *'Q'".T Whi.U,1*;kei- 1 I~lbl.# Nfl~-d,.w-a
.*..*"*--*^ .;.;% '.. *1tierce R6ice, 11.-1 rec .1' arid fi'r -li'lf- bv

0; 1 S''; ,'.Q.O T C H -l a n d A l. u i' h ,,v in b ,,lll. 'g a n d b la d -
y" "; *l. '.- r..,juit rcei-ved mnd tr- sale .)V
"., *.".-.'*"' \, .:.'"-n '" "- H F" A RF.E L'
.'. c- ...A SAh'E ";and eifcieni. r . I.:,i .A 0i i1-, lur
.- _-.' J; L alf h y .
.. 'v"."', Iell3 J C A LLEN.
-':--".' The -iliaals' Elixir.-
..+ *-"':" -..A .- C r!.9 .. :1V roun-(.l l,,c chill Jnd h:,r, for
Y ..af '-.. .:- aTL. b .- .C -A
" : ,, .-. "','i ^-e -' *3 C AL F
:,*.T ",-7:..(Q AL ID OIL,- ji,i rkcei,.v.e, i-r ,, 9,,,le by
.".* -.. :- i.- APr L L7 F. A. 3Mr LL
" --: *:""," S-addlcry, &c, /-^
'^ "O -MDDLES, ,id v'rni-m iilclr'i alid( ,ju '
'. '.,'-.0. Bridle.;,,curb aiwd Snuflte bLt.,,,, .
_:. -; .' Saddle Bays, / .
-' filwtti'vl l.,s t, ^ iW> r<-" (;' l: iv'' :
_.,.<, .G 0-. p Ro I'E & C .- ,
_. % ,Vile[ ,.
".-'.. Panacea,
: ,1 ;WAIM & I10 ..UCK'S. Pa n-aca, just received
: ahd- fursailc by.
-.Feb 17 ...._.. 11 rF ABELL.


At Cihamibers,


Id-


.APALACHICOLA, DEc. A9, 1-7.
John M. Carnochan, Plairtiff,
\'s.
Gerrge K. Walker-and Mary
his.wil'e, of the State ol
Flo'rida, James E. Setter Bill for account
aid Ann his wile, ol the 'and partition.
State of New York, aid
Jane McM.,lers, ol thee
State ot' South Ciarolina,
Defendants."
]PON affid^rit of ComlAiinant's Solicitor that
U the Defendanls menlinse,1 in 'said Bill (in
no-re-idde villainn this Circuit, but within the
Uhilled Stales: It is ordered that nolfie'ol' the
r "t'this ifir, and the filing, tof he
amended Bill, he given in sime newspaper pub-
li.,hd lm the Ciicnil, for the space of tour
inonilh..mand it, upon due prol ifdthe appearance
of sid n-lolice in some newspaper so pbllshed
for [he tInie inenlioned, the said del'endanls dn
r,,,t appear to said bill b thenex ru'leday,which
shall come al',r twenty day'ss Irolrl the expiration
o. said period of 1tour months, it is further oT-
d,wred. that the same be taken 'as confessed
uaizin.st them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, JSdge, &c.
. CARMACK &, SPRATT, ,
Cninpl'ls Suliciyors.
A True Copy. \IVb. VALLEA:.r,
Dec 3.i.1. 50-- raClerk.
Franklin Circuit Court.
Thie Presideut ind Directors of1
[lie B al D' o f P e n s a c o la .
V 3. '. In Chancery.~
tHiram Manlci, and others .
At Cilanibeir, -"241h ,March, 1'94S.
UTPON reading the Bill and Exhibit,- iled in
this cause, It is ordered, tha" service of said
bill he perfected on Hiram Manlev,,;one of ihe
dfendants, who appears fronn Ihe'affidlavit filed
herein, iotbe a rev'ident of the Middle Disrict of
Fl,,ritij, hv puhlicainon in the newspaper Tub.
hished'in [lie city of Apalachicola, for the space:
ol- two rnoriah, requiring said Manley to be and
appear before the Courlton the first Mondav in
June next. and answer said bill, otherwise' (he
same will he laken prno conie4lso as hit ,him.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
A Tiue Copy. .
WILL 1.M t VALLEAtr, Clerk.
March 30, (1 s. ll.Om
Cal.jhoui Counly 'Tax'Sale.
B"Y.v'ilue ol the power vesled in mi"'bV aw,
I will expo-.e Ior sale. before the Couri'honkse
door, in ihe county 4'Calhuni',0-n the.first Mon-
day of Angu't, 14S4S, [he ,-illowing .described
tir-,perty, or so much tlhre-l as will pay .the
Late and County lax due thereon for the year
I.A1-i1, l:,- %% it :
The S IV I of Section .1, Towvnship 1, RangKe 9.
V & W, j,-,rnms the lands -f Stei"hen Rtchards,
purporting 1 .belon to J W. Willia'm.on.
Also, ihe N IV j n|'I Secion .S, T.-wnship 1,
Raii.e 9, N &I W, and the W i of (he:S W. I of
Section 5, _T,-,wnshiip 1, Rangre v, N &\ W., pur-
p,,, ing t,, bel,,ne, Tn-VWm:-Wyal-. -
Al,, Su acres ,-., firq rale land. number not'
known, plirporting 1n)belnng IoJ. &o B. F. Pettey.
Also, S.,' aeie. second& rale land," number ngtr
known, purporting to beliox-i. ... ._
e*s lale ,. ~
]_-. ;ii+-lr, -n: JW' -Rer*- a nrd, number -not
R'Wwf'ii, pnrpotiiea it belong Ao Call & Gamble.
Also, SUi acres first. raletlatid, nuniber not
knu%% n, puipiirlie ti. hbl, .-tnnio- ro l. Parkhill.
ISAAC JACIK;ON, Sheriff and
Ex-Officio Tax Cullector C. C.
May l, 1S4'. 316tds


" "Dry Goods.
HE sub.scribers offer for sal. 'a large an-d" sea.
sonable stock of Dry' G6ods, tunsisting in
part of _
N egro Kei seys and Linseys, -.. ':
.WVincte and.Red Flannels, -
Bangups and Tweeds, ': .: ;
Super plain black and fancy Casaineres,.
Super English and French Cloths,'
iVhltiey blItnkets, 10, 11 and 12 qrs
Duffil Blankets, 5, 9 and 10 qrs.
Marseilles Qiiilts, , 10, I1 and 12 qrs,
Denims, Kreulilns and Cotloliad'es
Biown Shirting and Sheeting, -'. ._
Colth:,) 03naburg, 3-.
Cotron Drilling and Ticking,
Linten-.andGutt,:,n Checks,
Irish. Liien,,Shiri iiig and Sheeting,
Bleached ;otton Shirling.4nd Sheeting,
Engfish, Frenlch and Anmerican Prints,
Extra vjupplr,"plain- ard twilled Ginghams, +.:
Super Cash'nere d'Ecosse, : "
Extra sut'pr'lMuslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American-do.
Super Italian black and'figured Silks, "
Black Silk Cravala-and fahcv Hkls, ,
Super Eli-lsh and Pongee Silk H1 Englsh arid American Co,tton Hkfs, :
Mladra!3s and Verona head Hkfs, .
Ladies' Colton Hose and Genls Hf-hose,. '" ".
Su per Sal ini, 'M-arseillez & Worsted Vestings;
Cnlton and Flax Thread, "
Plain and f.,'d Swviqs And checke! ,usSins,.
Jaconet and Cambric Muluilris,
.Needle%, Pins, Tape, &L-. &e- -, .
--Which have been .elected'with -rreal cfare- fn.
,New Yvirk and RostorI-from lr[aportersand Agenls'
of Manufacturers, a( the Iowesnt-niirket rales, and
are now uttered at wholesale or etal- |on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co:'-.'
Dec. 30, 1,47.' 41 Water street.'
A CARD. ..:
TrHE Subvcrihers lake this inelhd of:nirifrm-
in,-g 'the citizens of Apalactilcbla .and /1s. vj,
cini'v, that Ihey have now on hand!a...very' neat
and wvell selected Stock of GOODS, which will be
sold low, consivalios in part as Iollow!;:.
Cloths and' Cassimeres, various shielee;, .:"
Fancy Prints, do. :do. -v
Alapaca Li.Ltre; do.F hgnred.,
'S lksl'Fnr;dt R yne, -
-dn. Mfritella- '
d o,, S alin -S lrip ed '
Fancy -Cash-mere Rt-bes
do. 5 rigo, jdo. "r'
do. Delaine' -d).
.Mulhns, India'Book. ,
do.- "-Swiws, Luce'.and Colored
tEuig-n, Li..le, Cal) aiid Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk
Sdo.- Mariro,
., 'do. Plaid ;iWool
Kid, Lace'and Silk Glh-,%es
Tuskan Gipf'qv Botnnets, lafi,t lasliiofi
Ribbons'in all'variielics _
Brown ShirliTis, 7-S, 4--4 and 3-4
Bleiched do. 7-S, J-4, 4-4, 10--'and.l 1-4
Blankets, 64 and 8-4
Ingrain andColtlon Carpeting
C arpet Bags .. "
Hats'and Caps, all stl3'es .
Boots and Shres "- .
C luhing0- ol all kinds.. -
AlsoN a beat ass',;rtwetnt of JEWELRY,'ana'
many either articles t'no numerous t-o neiilun. _.-
Call and examine l',r vmirselresR. -
-lM. N. SGOT. & BROTHER,
Dec 23 Cur. Water and Cent rests.
B. Elliis61 m& Co.. for. Water and
Cliesilnil 'Sts.
'SHIP CHANDLERY. "
M ANILLA and Hemp Cordge .of all size.
Rambr,,tin1, "W irnilihie,. MN line, -Spnn-.
rn e, ope roil, T-'all do
do, ,inseed do. Ra.w, do, Boil-d do, Spirits:Tur-
p,.-nlne, Paints. IWindow Glass,.-ihjljiv.'%1Thlte
Lead, fled d,, *Yllow Ochre,.-Chrome Grrten,
Vtn-r.id do, [imperial do, Chro'lhe \r611,'w,- \.r-
digris,' Lithir,,e, Sulphur; Brnl.hl V'irni.h, Copalf"
.d ,.Tar, Rosin, Pilch, Turpentine, Cc.Ai- ,
B rJ:lip.<, V arn ish d I_ ..._. n rnp o,'
JMUB.^U^ 1 .... tA "mlnz. RIuLSsia .ucth. Eng-"
i.)<.i don, olt[on do, Heav R.av"i \\tilet,, 131-J aod Red BuntliIg N ll -(C' ,pper do ":
do--Tack Q,.Ship-'' Sikeq,Boa t."do,,.Bi:ad&,YScre-,*
.Jack S.rews.. Anchors, Hand-pik.- .' Cap-rdn-r
Birst Oars,J Block. chivess Jib Hank- 'JHand-
Pum.lp Dec-k Buckpi-s. Ce'dar do.- D,ck ark o-m,
C( trnrdo, taulkink 41illers, S.' irun d,,. Axe?, A\,.
yelves., Hvtksa.dnd Tliiunhls,..Bo\ Ho.ok. B.iltdo
Can do. C,,ion do-, Boat do, ..-VFih do. Cijulkin-
Irons, Mlktig Ir on.% M "llinp |e-Ik s, Slhi-ill .L'-r .
pr-, Bilng E'ipper.. "Cook's L.atr,".;-T., -T .nri ;.ior-
Di% idprs, Comn-passes, Sail-Needlpes S|il T% irpe,
,Pine.do, Sewing. do, .Ptlm$, Rig-i I- L,- alir,
Pump do. -ShovPS,--. mrners. [-laieli s, Chi.-liz.
Auurs, Plnes, H-Windtwsw (;imbl-l:.. H.nd-.'w:
FlePs, Rar Tallao, Ifrlri '?qiare..,, Cu-pboard Lockz.
Stock do, Honks-and Sidples, Hing,-s. P.idlibck.,
W ood -3aws, Pend int HaI-dyatdl Hand LLine, "
Deep Sea do. Log do. Fish d,, Hand Lo.!d-D. ieefp-
Sa do, She'li dn. B' rdo, unnl,. Linlhorr,--
Chalk Linps, Pilch Pols, L-4'4. ooks, "C irs ri".
nelayir Pins, Tin'-W..ae, Cro'ckery; Carpenit''
Tl.'s, Sidmpaoa tPosts, 'c .:c.
A pi ll c'h i o ,) .Li '." 9 1 -147 ,
AMERICA^'." '* -. .:
iNet -ndll i]Pwnile "'li i11111. ctninl^ll
...- Comi party, ._.
". 1" COMAf.I.E Ci.'AL=STn f'.[ l, '
-(0p flairs,) BOS'TDpN;:"-
ManJfacturers and Dealer. in Ri'a),'.-Pii'l|,t
Tw;,iine Sla,,ds, Post "Office vTwiie'-;'Bal~ii>^.,a'd-"
Bu~dl' TWillifS. M':Curly'sC,.lhli Hfrl'Wtf- i ne' t ';
C olIho ni'S eiiie T \w ir,'e,':T a lnn ed and U Jiila rnri l.'.[r h x
Herr~i, Twine, H~awner -a,,d Shrr;,i.l-|dd M-tck-
erel Lines ; 'He'rirn Po~hag il Shad,. Bass,.-and
Dip Nets Government-.ein~e-' "li lha,-._t,s,'C>d,'
Herring, M1&kerel, Shad, aind Meiihadeii Seinesi,
&:e. .-" '- .: "" ;' .-
-. '..'% B;-,'%:... and, .ciiis kp'ii to or",er"at shortt" .
nolire. B. ELLISON-&, C.I./ e,,'.II, -:'r
Oc!,ober 14 .I'MJ7.. -- 39C,H. Apalaehicnla !o i
; : G ro c~e r ie s A ce. .. .' -1
,T.UST received Ir,,,i New-Yor',,lT |.;.er bri ..lba- "'
oms, a generall, _assortmnent of Groceries, BLC '
con~i.,tlns Jn part 'as .lfoll .ws. riz:-- -' '- Lr
Crush-.d Sulgair, "a fine arliiele," .> ." --: -
Pickles, a,-or'teJl, Lemnnn Sv\,h .- .... e
C-i. Bran.,d', ', a super.'ai'ticle', ... -. ;*'"-[
C'm. do. "'" -


Holland Gi,,, of the be-t quality, -
Norlhern Gin,- Peach.Bra'nd ;. ". r';- .
: St. Croix and Jamaica Rum, '- ";
"' Madepa. Pori and Malaga W ilr -
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to by our political brethren. The Buizle calls ,to
armls, and in every part ,.f the counliv the Irine
and ,allarit W ic s are bbckliih,- on their arnonor
and preparing lor thle figh. Let tiere be nr
silwucardi ii i-our ranks in flie eund old K-?\ stone
Let every \Vlig who receives a c-i.-nr-lhis
"_ljtta])uLa ma-kLtL u~i, -.,,d s,..1-_i.VrfTi_o ".lt.-
sciiber'-, and we pr,-mise l\\if ---spt e-W
,worltl heir mroev a ridll,-ible Send your or-
ders earlv, so as to begin willh the first number.
AddJ press, C. "C U'RDY.
H'drri-burz,,V-b 1iS4". Harrisburg, Pa.


I ron, Nails, &-c..-- -
-O TONS Swede Iron,.asf,, sizes; .
:.4,t, 100 k e',s Na'\\-.^ d.i .-
4 casks-31 eerl3 oes, assorted qualiiie.S;
'2,) fijack- es-Ii Fared Anvil:;.
"yi .^f,^^^ ] English and Amrier lcan Vises;
.^r~~~~e I. Bfll.w; --- "
"- dren Spades and -S.hovels;
10 "' "Collins' A xes; "
10 ).xs Cotton and Woolen Cards;
I ca-e Ri.Riand's Ca-t Steel Mill Sawis-
.01U0J [bs Cast arid German tleel, forsale bv "
IVA. G. PORTER & CO.
Dee 30 '4i 41 Water street.
5 HHHDS St .Croix Sugar;
15 do New Orleans Sugar; "
120 bbls St Croix ,
5 [bx Slewart's Loaf "
Ilu bbls g rou nd ,,
100 sacks Rio Coffee; 50 do Java,
.40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco;
50 ,' M lft'd do.;
20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap;
100 bazs Shot; 50'kegs Powder;
1000 lbs Lead
20a,. kegs White Lead, No. I, Extra'and Pure.
For saleby WM. G. PORTER &- CO.
Dec 30 41 Water street. "


- +Provisions.
<^r\ BBLS Whiskev; 11) do. Prime Pork;
+701 1) hbbis Flor; 1 cask Rice;
.=-, .5 -" superior old Re-erve Whiskey;
r.-. Now landing per schr L,,uisa Sears,_ and for
sale by ,* E McCULLV,
March 16 51.) Waer ,t.


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School Books.
SCHOOL BOOK S, el all ki nifk, iust r-c'd ,v
Nov I1I J. C. AI.LEN.


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Bacon, Flour,$Su'-ar, Coffee and;
Salt, :
A LWAYS on hand, and tOr sale I ow|by
-L. Dec3 .3 F McCULLY.


S.-:", Exchange.
D RAFTS on New ,.,rk, B,.,slon, Providence,
J Pltiladelphia and BAltimore, b,,ughl; and
Sight Checks on Nt-w Y,,rk soId by
-N"WM. G. PORTER &,. Co.
Agents Biik of BFrunswick,
-'Dec 30 41 \ValWtr sIreet.


.sv.il A Wistnm's
C OmPOUND S3rim or Wild Cherry, just re-
F eived an1 i H Ar sale by
Feb 17 -' H F ABELL.


>. .'; -: \ ': ,Brushes.
.. AfR, HT., CI Ihes. Tci-lhNail and Shaving
j 'L "Bruslies, f,.,r sale by- ... -. I
,-Feb 24 1. A H .ELL.


Boots and Shoes.
BIOY'S and lIeu's Rhssel Brogans;
M>?' s sew'd and peg'd Kip Brogans ;
'Gents fine Calf Brogans"; -
Wmn's reg'd and ,sew'd Shnes; Children's do. do.
Super Ladies' Kid and Mforcco hoes ; : "
Super Ladies' coarse and fine Call" B,-,ts.
A large ahidextensive assortmentl, iust received
and forsale by WMl. G PORTER &, CO.
Dec 31) 41 \'attr.street.
Hardware. <
P.LA NS, Plain Irons, smnsl.e and double, Ham-
niers, Draw Kniv.es, Augurs, Aulguer Bits,
Si'ring Braces, Tinber Scribes, Turn Scr.,wg,
Ma.rkillg Guasreq, Mortice d,,, Saw,,.4,-, Vo,.A
Rules, Adzes, Wrenches, Saws, L,.cGs, Hoks
and Slaples,. Butts, Screws, Hinges, Sh, trer Bolts,
Brads,'.Ticks, Copper Wire, Melting Lidle.-, R.at
.T.raps,.Axes, Hatchels, Cn--e Mills, Sled.e Ham-
Igrs Smith Tongs, Mill Saws, Anvilk, &c. &c.
r-or sal.#oby B., ELL[SON & C-.
1 iee 9" Cor. Water and Chestnut s-.Q.
Genesee Flouri, Goi'she-"-B-ltler,
AND a superior"article ol CKERREktrad.,Ie,
. v E. McCULLY, *"-
N..,v. I I "5.0 \Valer -3t.


Wood Ware, kc.
\RREL Covers, Pai,,fed Pails, Tub%, Flnur
P.iil.i, Mlea-mlr,-, Tra-s, Axhel'ei, Buckets,
Broo ns, &c. &c ir sale hv
. T B. ELLISON & CO.
n ,-e Q ._ "- Ir \Vnlor i i, inhl h.-f,,

ti~i~ l'tie travellingo e(%i'ir
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.-, ; :.Molasses.
rt./ BRLS superiorr Muhci,'vadn, f-,or sa3lehy
,U.J Mch 16 E McCULILIY :> Wl\i.r Ft.


Blank Books anid St.tioniery.
LEDGERS, .Journals, Day Bi.rk,, &c.
Y )0 reams Fp, l-rcal, and Letter Paper;
Cothi-,n rMmorandilln B,,ks;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Boonkq 1ror Letler Press.
Blank Bills, o| Exchanze and Checks,
J'l leccived and for sale by
Mireh I H F. AkRr, L.

T_ Lr'S superior single and double Trusses,
I.H ir sale by .
Feh 17 H F ABELL.
Thompson's Compround S!-r-dp-of
Tar and Wood Naptha, '
P OR Ihe cure of consumplinii, chronic, bron-
1 chilis, asthma. %ho.lmng cougih,palpitalion
(f the heart, liver con'plaints, and affeetions of
tie kidn'eys, fursaleby- '_-
Feb 10 J C"ALLEN.
'M\ STiLE Soap lur sale by
0j b "1 ..'?:': H F A BELL.
Advances
;DE on .1hij',iip'is .of Cwton to Livernpool,'
*-Havre, New York and Boston, by

'P(C 16 D.' B. WO01 &" 1 O ,.
Hydiroslallc 'nk F.oiltlain;
A\ FE\-Hhdiosatiic I nik Foijit',n Pen Ra.Ics,
m\,nd' Boxes, Phper Folde-, .qtarftps, Seals,
Pani. Clasps, Weigh,' for .ale'byi"
N.' 18 1 .**J C. ALLEN.'


Cuba Tobacco Seed.
5 L H" Trbacen Se.ed, from ihe mo-I celebrated
. plarntatioes ol Ihe Vuella Ab.jo, just rbcelved
frim Havana, for sale hv "I"
Mch 1it E McCULLY, 5)O Wafer st.


Olivmes
8 JARS very supernur Spanish Olivps, 6r- sale
b E.. MeCU- 'LIY,
_Mara 16 51) Water st.


Scotch Snuff.-.
3 GROSS Scoich Snuff, in half botlles,just re-
ceived, Ilor .ale by
April 13 -J C ALLEN.


.Aom atic BitteM.
"r|R BLA{E'S Ar~omalic Billeis, jst received
and ,,r sB le bv -. .
April I3 C I-' ALLE'N.
Seillilz Powders. ^ ,
1) GRASS Scimlilz P(,wdvrsihai are freshijust
~ received and for sale by
April 13 J"C ALIEN.


H TS and Caps 6y.t'hei-a'e Low fur cash by
B. FLLfSON & CO.
,".De&9. .' Cor. Waler and Cheirn'-l st.


Trusses,
,r N". LE and double, lor sale by
,J"ly.17 .- J.'"C. ALLEN.
Dr- s, Miedicsiies At Chemicals.
A FREqH supply of Drugs, Metdicines and
htemiecals, now landing from bark Refoi in,
and fNr sale by
.No -Y' :.n.v. 0-: ; .: .. -. f. "ALLEN "


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Infusion Jars.
A FEW Infusion Jdrs--every family should
have one-.4br sale by ..
* April .13 --0 A : : J-.,LLEN.


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rT',RACE CHAfNS,'Spade,- Loekaj as9sorte
J Wagonand Cart Boxes, DiawingKnives ar
-lrons,:&c &C.ic fr adle'loW by .'+/--
- Nov'll : E.-McCULLY, 50(,-Waterist.
B aolg and iope,.
FI'OR aleiby. ,E..McC LLY."
F *ovIR ..Y: 0 41 ^,^ 0W.ter it.
UININE,- Camrhor:and Piperine, .ust -r
Xc ,eeivpd:and for-iale-"by <5 *.: "
+ A-iriml17 F-ABELL.


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: Letter Paper.,
10 REAMS,'fioe 'Letter Paper, just receiveed
-l. ,. and To r sale6 by '- -., *.. ."-.
;,,April 13 J.-C ALLEN.


.J-'eppeir"il
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\ ' Q'vZ. Solp.Quip.i ne,,J"st received-hid 'Tori
"'Oy% tle by -.:/ .
' Apri ,--,. ,- H F ABELL.-
.1. '"-.. sta d -" '"
ASP leDID,jljcle of Ground. Mustard, in
-A tin '.xes, frsale. by '-
ApvldI .-*"-. .- .* H F ABELL.
A.-i Cold ens.
ITF,. Woodward 3&,-Brothpr's superiorr?
A r,-ens, just received and for ,saleki -.
Oc'to0 : J C. ALLEN

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Title: Commercial advertiser
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Creation Date: June 1, 1848
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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>.
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=VOLUME, .VI., ] : .,. 1848. .. NUMBER 20. -

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"erl '. ,lca.1 'Lu'Craturc--- Bunint( i Dircctocn.! I iJUJinc.Gf.i Director! '. SUffJ tUan oua.! I the berths, some' reading, some boasting, old companion Accordingly- l J-croeJ- the:

DrUBt: __ '--- -- -- = and others There river .nd
telling was
long :
\tlU( B TJ SEN' SUB- yarns. taking my staIjun behind a J large
VLU.L PR SCRIBERS: IV.h. G. Porter & Co. JEREMIAH DAY.. DANIEL J. DAV.J. [From Graham's tlagizineforJune.j i one stout moon-laced gentleman laying on tree on ihe bank of the river, loihwi I rould

tn\i the ternu are lOrD!! DEALERS IN GOODS AND COMMISSION'MERCHANTS Day A Co., POOR PENN-. his broad back polllinJ" Shal. pt" r.. see Penn- without 1 leiiiog him see me, I

Sll),u e tQ.TllI COMIISIONMEIChIANTS, A REAL IE: H I:5CEXCE. | This introduced, turned out to be Sergeant awaited with melacholy patience the moment .

-S-PCBUCATJON- : Of No. 41 VValer street, No. 52 Water sticet, BY OLIVER Et'CKLEY. Smith another sop ofThespis. who had when the deserters shoufd.be lid ou,.

'' QlR rE'lt Y REVIEW _Dec 30 AinU'l :'"'lH. Fa. Dec Aijcnfs 2 for LLOTD ; al-o Apal-jchicola, Agents tor, Fa.M the I knew hm: Horatio ; a fellow! of infinite jest j_ left the boards for more permanent en- The steamboat was puffing.and g"i ting..1

Tl" L' REVfE.v.T ( most excellent humor." ; gag.'ment, not with the enemy for those the wharf and in a 'few
.,, B. t. Nour, 11 IJ Stone II. \Brooks.: ,Altna Insurance Co. the Protection Insurance moments the heavy
;{{; 'i E)1'nr-1 ivur1! REVIEW IVoiirsCf Stone A Co., Co." and the "ilartord Insuiance Co." Hartford SOME years ago, ere yet I halt reaped the were days of pe ce. but with that stern old! door of the guard.room swung open ; there

.vErMINSrEa REVIEY COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Conn harvest of "oats" somewhat wildly suvn", I manager Uncle Sam. Sergeant Smithwas was a sudden clanking of irons, auil soon I

TdZ ANDBLCKv3D'3 No. 46 Water street, J. II. A .. :.11. Hull resided in one of ou'r:priucip.it) trcglcrn cities, 1aps'"lhe..most important person in saw prisoner after prisoner emege. dragging _

EDIX.UJRGH fAG AZI E. Dec 12 Apalachlcola, Fla. FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTJ, anil, like most juveniles within.sight of th, his own estimation, on the banks not even long heavy chains which were attached lo

\0. -IS Watnr street threshold of their majority harbored a decided *Repiing the captain. There can he no their ankles. I counted them ;t. they cameout

priEiiCdt4 ar reprinted in New Lonklitirt FORWARDING& Young, Dec 12. APALACHICOLA FA predilection (or the Not a doubt but that tncr oo-ff. suffered H great -counted,a dozen but jet no Penn-
COMMISSION .
: stage.
;
r'le tSwe loss when he led it. for., indeed he
iteIV 01 thrirfrriral ov the British MERCHANTS, Clinch and four, as is sometimes understood rout us counted eighteen-nine/pen-IMH the iwenili. .
YJr' ifl" eleirtrp*. on the white ro1i3ItIL Notftt1J. so himself. In a little while the call sounded ani] |last
ab H'atif111 Nu. )3 Water street, by that expression but that still m'ore lumbering % proved (10 he linn. No
lit!a nr. n fait,fll co"ie j ()f the nrlinilf the roll was.called, and all hands turned language can u*"...- ,1._
4I ,r nov21 .Apalichicola, Via vehicle, the iheatre. which hurries -mi; | iniftral.1
pn r .))...\ ]: F. htrj; 811 exact facsIi1e \\YM SYDNEY GREEN, M D. down the rough road of life a load of in lo dinner. Penn-had provided me a with which he brought oi! there I, w/tci
% passengers
\: E 1iiFt.1 e IlflO!. Harper Holme, seat by his side ; and for the first: lime in dishonored line. No chain clanked as ha
i >f fte three re'itFah11Tm' CG May 02 fnund at his residence, corner ol quite as promiscuous and imp.iiiiil. .
'fHY e'n'r\:: te ViX"Wita"d of the Rdic)1. COMMISSION, MERCHANTS, Centre and hlLh streets, oppoaite the Mansion The odor of the summer-fieldsgavt- less my life, I sat down to soldier fare. There stepped lo tell of his disgrace; and. the;
ii a 10. \Vas' block of bread at (the side of spectators, instead of Turn ; being .
a
;! House. Nov S. square suspecting
\ L.-t" Qnrierlv" are .Agent far; the delight i ihm that which exhaled from the
Sli.tJl" a"i tit" each pewter plate, a tin cup of cold water a culprit may easily have imagined him
I the,1y.diii4fer
'vie\v" Wi : an SU'IUTU.L rXSUUAXCK COMPANY, fnoi-lights and the wild furest.s erles
'R ; were
F ,,' \v. G. 31. Davis
"U'1. t'1! Tile Ninth the York and very soon a ladle-full of the steaming: to be one of ihs sergeants who bold ihe rest
R"ie'.V" RLdic1. of Cilyef'.Veia ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, less enchanting than those transitory views
V" 14 'TIr f.t reli il'H charJteor, No. -ol XVjter street, which honest John Leslie presentedto beau-soup was dealt round to each. It wasa ill charge. This to me, was a maiiff: of

. Brjti1 R\"te'te1 orlI'l\Uy! eltt d bv Dr. Chalmer. Dec 12' A lah'*' i'nh. Fa. Offers services to the public in either of the Ihe audience, too often nishily"few" if not plain but a substantial dinner. Poor much surprise. and taming au old soldier
; 'blri1! civ'itted by his above capacities. Pennas he ladle at side. I
to extra my inquired
Iwh ( helped me an
diith
'IOY e hU ? W. T. WOOD. t ij:. B. UALLUU.VnoA Franlfin "fit." There is something too, in the offhand .
nl
I Or. 3HJuttdvith Sir Divid He will practice regularly in Cal- of soup, observed, with the most solemn a. What does this mean: is nit Penn' one
n-i } vs \ &: Ballon, takios-luc-k-as-il-comes: sort of life
liUiiJchif aster j i. of the ver- houn and JdcksnnCirc'uit Courts-and will, upona face imaginable that the who bad'ntcJinetJ of hem ?"
Brv4tr. 1" COt M M ISS 10 M 1I K !11C K A NTS, retainer act Counsel in Court among actors which 10 me was especially map 3
spcci.il as ,
any with soldiers didn't know beans or course hejs," was ihe -
order.UC O.Hco 42 stairs. i'epij.'j'
No. ;
lithe* >r.trt.'er.-UI|> .
j aitrariive and I
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will aHo, ; was not long in makingthe
SUBSCRIBED FOR E. RLy.i Jan 16 AiMl-ic'iicnli' Fa. than tle During "But. why does n't he like
fiiS, (IF an expression more apt itJ1t. wear a chain
*' rot ar ue cases in the Court r>f Appeals at TallaKa- acquaintance of many.; But the memory -
For ay"Ie the four' R'vi.\V*, S]! per'annum.r AI.VA \VYLTC. XV.M A.Vylic l\ICKE;ZU:. sec, the !sessions: of which, he will always be of one among the number lingers with the space of three months 1 made weekly the rest J"

Y.r a'w t IV.\, d t. :j 7"" \ IfcHenzic.COMMISSION 'present at, unless prevented by accident. me still, with more mingled! feelings of pain visits to (he barrack and was gratified: to \Vear a chain" said the soMifr! .jou
,h. MERCHANTS find friend Penn-in of his do n't know Penn-, Pelln-
ir..11V r three, Apalachicola, Septembers, ISlG. and pleasure ilin that of other. Poor that my spite Sergeant that. .
*F.! iHf .'tr 'I*!the"M.W.fl'\'it.s., s" No. 4-2 Water street --- any formidable rival Sergeant Smith was fast was. He wear a chain Why bless jour

:p.r'MiA. "!I'* M '*|17.i J". Sept. 1, 1317. vpalachicola.Fa. A. G. Scinmcs, Penn- will not write his nime: in full rising in the confidence of the commandingofficer heart he cairies as heavy a chain! A\ any ofihem
9Fir lest should he be living it his
d ar! 3 R-vie-vs, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1. might meet
F II' BII"( \\ and ihe estimation of ihe men.- but he's got it ti.mcdaroint his .
Slick.*'.bd ind the 4 R-\'iew 10,00 S. & .. SchiTur.; CG- Office, .- .:2 Capt. Simn>an'x Building, eye and give his ood-natured heart a mo under his leg
Smilh. hide I pantaloons clear above hw knee
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, too, was judicious enough lo !
nl-in '! CaCi 'th i C/MllCC cor. Centre & Commerce streets. ment's discomfort. To him more than
Iii a .
jjj.ut: toLe any he have and like [ Hfc's too proud to drag it-lip.-d die first "
xl- Pdtticuhr( 1tiofi paid to putting up family. nov5 Apalac.hici'la, Fla. other nature warmed us did his to any jealousy might ft.-Ir. a ,

PREMIUMS, steamhoil and ship store _u._ __. ._ __ .____. my me. (true soldier imitated his superior, and treated I Poor Ptoo- could have embraced
CtKHtiq i ? or b it"k volumji of the followingTV No. 4'J Water street, ----- ------ until we were cemented in friendship. Penn- with marked distinction. 'him for that touch of pride; and felt assured
Notice. What rambles of
,itci'Ie ". Ir', \'i1.: :1U_AniUrhicola Fla. rierelofore be- pleasant SUlllnlf r.aner- Such having been the snte of affairs for that whatever she penalty midlt be which
Copartnership, exUtinc alter rehearsal what ht3
delightful
noons
(nntla, MI4tR1VTe It. F. Abell, THE subscribers, under the firm of D. ; so long :i lime. my surprise and indignation he was doomed 10 sutler lhii: he J had r a
when the done what recitations
: M I!try Illtn !':rqiraeII WHILVI. RSTAIL, ;play was songs, be when heart for 'fate !" What that fate
:II'r'olzine. \VD B. WOOD & CO.. expires this day. The attain! and anecdotes mny easily imagined upon calling, any was I
i nlii Unverityri. professional were ours,
) Miizie.vrl. \LERIN D'U'OS. MEDICINES, PAINTS of the concern will he liquidated by N. J. Dc- ) as usual to see my friend Sergeant Smith |I have had no means of knowing, for I hairti
1\,1' but ourselves know. The character -
the Elnbirjh, the Foreign OL[ L.s ;, &&:., &( blois.! D. B. WOOD, 110 one can with a most pompous aim, informed me thaI never since heard of poor Penn-'. ,
Lmbi he most loved to thy! was Crack. in
Also-\ e-ieral H'rtme of Statinery. N. J. DEBLOIS. p
W'.twuTfcr Review h" was not acquainted with the for
ail tha person
Ourfrlv, : C '.r. of Cmstiiul:: and Water street, Apaldchifnla. April I l.'J, If-l5. the Ttll nike (>atc," Poor Penn--!
..,\. "ribtl BUckw.t, or to matwo \whom I inquired, [From the
1\1' n! of A"riI 11 Apalachicola, Fa. ran see :-tin, "pr_T- Some gentleman: has left .. RacinedvertiserJ
tt.yiw. "t .J a.ver o. tOl a'1V I Not nied with Penn-?" cried I, IT'S.X
If tI! Dr. Wooilruff's Dysentary Cordial scqua EASY TUlXtf.
his beer-.\ :(I"r gtj: "ill dni.k it ? fowadmiralv
the PriII i =.l* at 3', will receive, cwtw, one Tic "ii. : '111:1* .Suiter, \ t.1Ille.1 mod' u-.bounded astonishment. "It's an "thing to'
the ;
nini'dnVr !, ne *ila e'Hial point Biff' th l..1'Ti easy says .snijor!
; '
vI1UuolVo. th preiJi'iyaiwe COMMISSION MERCHANT, Diarrh a. Dvsentory: Cholera JMorbus, I No sir/ 'Oi dl\! replied the imper.ur- the to have
carpenter,. nothing lo do
f the Us at FOF I' and he cre'th'is have made hi- but
by.
,
snvttuve ) gone may
,, t' No. 43 Water stre't-Up stairs, .
: ( I Intanium, :and summer ccinplajnt of i babie a.<>umin the strictest mili- just rub that
of
sergr
i-ve.ri to the F.ur Reri*.xst $-, will re- Dec. Apalachicola Fh. last point and final exit. After MX monlus pi me }ours, alone a board
IIr 1,1$17. fliT '
children -ale
by ,
$7 ah\'e. I tary aliuu.lr. .jokinC l.kc a very stiff figure- all day." Let; ,the sailor it i. and
CjVd "D1 ore-nri n vnlu-ne* ii Feb -J J. C. ALLEN. I' of Ihe.clo'scst intimacy I suddenly missed I .. ,. .' _. try e.tsJ.i .
., I. _'___ n._:._., 1'1 01. ..__. ,ha"l. c.a.n .r .0 ,". t rr\.fL hi" P1P : I .l u 1. It -__ -I _
\ iMri'iJrto SUc't-vni rnnree: uiviewi, sJs ". iI.ulll, my hitherto daily companion and all in- j .tflLa aI..t.I.a- a Ii n tJa.4 V.--- u..I I II IUUK9, n tie n' ,soon nnu out tQai he has

"at 5",'i-veir, or t'> the Ftflr R!vie.v* a/id l Bll'kwlltl Wholesale 'Hlti Retail Dealer inDlUag. Sarsaparilla.BULL'S quiries at his boarding-house! and the theatre lids to wink. not got to the act \\o wake II so rtrj

l, tt $ '\ will receive three { intnium volXT !- \ IEorCI\F.$. PAINTS, OILS, San.Jf<, HrMol's and DaiI v'" com proved fruitless. For days I frequented Not acq-" ." It.s.a.n. easy thing" sajs ihe carpenter rasj.

tn... GLASS, BRUSHES a1o. &c.&c. fl'iitl oxf-jct of Sarsaparilld:just re- our old haunts, but in vain he had vMnTsli No sir," cried he w-i-h g oaf dtternrl1- ; to the sailor. to sit still on board of lhaiy'ssel
P-Vue b' pvlieular; in natninq the pre'mu reived, and for sale b\ ; ation before I could finis : word. 0' Do I nd '
;* _'I vi'ra1 nrlmenl nf ed. leaving no tricc.to tell of the course he ; 'f' s let the wind blow you ,aon"ie !
: u .( rei! an I t''ie iwrVt subscribed for. BOOKS, nLKS.STATlO CItY &c'c.. Feb 17 H F BELL. had taken. 1 seemed altogether tor.siikenutterl : you suppose an fifficer of the Unrifd; Sttt's! the former try Fr, and he'll find nigbt

CLUBQI.V3.F"tr cor..of Chssnut i c Comrm-rcr i trel. DI' 'Woodruff's AiitiE>illious Vegetable lost-and (lell as if looked like anumpwilhout army, an unimpeached soldier, capable ..: }1\1.al( ;,.-3, tricks 'at.ihe .Ibefhi. in and making
the 'above works FU. ) o '
cntie of a-iy 'ir all of "eg 4 ApaUchicola being with deserter 1" ,
; __ I.f Pills acquainted a 1 s.I3. TK : very la of
( handle-a cart with but easy say nothing gales
\1ilI- se ,it tlo, Ures< on payiient tf the si1!" a one A deserter\echoed:? I ; .Penn- e'5ermer '- :1: ... .., u ---.,...
loufth ?. S. tin\vlej-, by wheel-a shovel nil hum the -or the : mowing cargo, breakmg
for three tiu copyiimilrto FOR tongs -- .
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t. I Ur sin-rtttio3' ; 9 J C ALLEN. : ant] the irulli flashed across mbrain ,. V ,--i > ,,rs 1 .f all-shdvelinho. ,
MERCHANT ) wtu i :
rttl.i FACTOR AND COM MISSION second volume of a novel I. which, becausesomebody ,. th
biz" % writing .hatlerrible word in letters of c.0' :''V _
------ --" ,.r1Lg gl.M .I .r
,\0.2 Water street.DPC '
ipr.n11S teill b ; lo..re fiLe > carried off the first is of ?
-I has
110KJ.C.IIO. '
Osii1tia'r } AK,, aa iiid iii Tianu on me wan 01 BCJSTMZzar. -
Po, Froze ?
"i AOdhrhic-nh. ._ fast a Wtciwent 'irjs I.j -".-u.rl at i);Sht, with all!!
clnbi will on '
nor tssiiiSjU'fga
c i", /,1,2Zer pre- | p* nt\Lr ", iviirgi n cor.Mgu- j. : The next moment by permission .>f Iheir '
rtn n tiv ra.e be fmiihei, unless !he s'lb"TI :-:::- Avury & .hICS. Jll.merit! !fur sale by hy. and I s.iunterod down to the ferry, and I the who knew I passed down legs kn .j. uj.; "p.s: wfit-re: they"were'
guard, me,
\ iriivi ill :w1 ;/1 "'110 the publishers! with- GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Doc J. n.\Y & Cn. sapping! aboard i the boat suffered myself lobe nol expectet ::', 'I '.- -,b1 .'luTTthe*
into the basement of the barracks .
OJ! rec-titrjis'io ai a sell, No. 4W.iter street. \VatIi$ <'d-toCI.'C.-* conveyed to i the opposite shore. On the long damp just where you .iii 't Ikc "PtttIJ n,',dJ;
where the offenders .
E\KLV COPIES. Dec 5. AiuidchiccU. /10STHR & COXE'II'line' .i.t"(rn Tunic bank stood ihe United Slates barracks In'd were imprisoned.At and thai is about ev* vwhr'r\

\ !lit" :irniftf'nir \\lt'. the ifl'sh publisher* iJEVJAMI1 EI.r..r"'i.1'1,1,1 \I{ .\. WOOD Vy cc.mplllll'"Ifrc'ln! nie i irines of 'f ur own gathered about were groups of soldiers the farther end among n number of fel I- It is so wuTi almost -etu:, 'hi'o} tu.

'V' !Jiir<.vnrIt: ;\.ne sjccr-* 'to 114 eulv IJ. Ellison & Co., fcoreI!3, a pe frt and ati'! cure fqr I lever and looking as listless and unwarhke as if they low-culprits my eager eye soon discovered feels the difficulties iii| "uuti.tj' U-"t'u;. ,11

1 1 1e!< of tint w irk, !hv which w- shill b? ale! COMMISSION I ( MERCHANTS a ne. and ffr h ii.ij llte best Tonic in cases "I had j jti t joined] the teace-leag lie." But the object ilssearch. He wassiiiing with until he tries it. Lawyer &l nl iloctor.jui/ge
it the hind of '"U')-. for alc folded arms perched on carpenter's ben,h. and (farmer and sailor all seelolu have
I -'li<:* tie eit.re< nu-nSer ANl) EM.F.RS IX sj-'neral dehihlv or wl .l1mf'sJ now knows ibeir like that of a summer jury

: V"rii r* 'I 5tir! anv jnrlioa of it cati be repnritedi DRY GOODS GROcni-ai. HARDWAK12, by [AnnlSr_ 1| H V AfiKT.T.. whirl quiet would was only bear unharmed slightest and with the most wo-begone countenance easy ,work to their neighbors, until' the salJ,
i nv nf then: ricih JnirniU.! For thu and TIN WARE, BOOTS, SHOE HATS, sea, imaginible whistling a favorite air and neighbors 'on the job aud iLen ifie
suV i .criber<, w CAPS CKOCKK11Y: SHIP YM-.J ard Si da Pt.wdota of the shallop that ever maiden; |fill I fiom shore, try ) give
wured : ,
ot iir aUnti M tour SE1DLITX beating time against the side of the bench it .
CHXDLBR.! ice for sale by rise hurl tip. "
.
hut when
un kind
Clr.V.tter dad Chf.-ln'it' M r* Julv 17 .1C:: AT.LKX.Vantage catching one people
Mi'izne- whole navies wreck.
rire of th! into Suddenly
r ni'll-'H L' m:i the ( FaEJwartl "lncl who
Mhohu-oh.! the Nix
.1 D*c 9 \ tune yet, my Dully ; don't give up as not easy on (lie first trial!:
't.fi! v,0 rc.ait. jWCAiie early vs'iile the for Cotton.ROOM a glimpse of a fi,ure at a distance which has ..
hat has "Jack "
I. i ever seen Shepherd" It's
s'avs. Mr.J
I JlcCnll, In lower Cotton Yatd. addressed an easy thing Mosieve'rvrbody
trir ui foib : for 30'JO! bales reminded me of my friend, eagerly -
hoijH be COMMISSION MERCHANT, forgotten it ? to edit a (r. Just lo sit down and
)R-nitUve* ad co-n'n'iiiration< GItOCEIt: A.N'U! : > to one of the soldiers and pointing out ll'
strive .lJreH"i 'i t-nnd; or fr inked, to the No. 50VV.er street.t Feb-; N -I DERLOIS.Vinegar. who he Hallo !" cried I, "Penn, how is write n letter now and then whenuulref
the of inquired
,
curiosity
J !l\m.: tBR cOt r & C6., Xoy'11'I"I iichicI'. '"a. object my this 1"lie inclined ; and when \ou don't, why just U>

t !"'tt\t\O\ q Npv' Ynrk. was. looked at me a moment with surprise from the
cut oat newspapers a hutth!
Jis. F. Farrior, FEW Lbls pure Cider Vn Pr-.r! r"r sV low "That's our sergeant," replied the man. here
GENER\L RECEIVING. FORWARDING Ac /\ hv I':. McCTTI.LY and after exclaiming How are you, my and] a little there lo fill up.. and then it's so
COOK 6.
- i in
Oh
601 !P' I disappoint;
EV'S' DADY'S ejaculated my "
COMMISSION MERCHANT.o Nov 11 50 Water st. assured that a:1. would boy ? gave the bench a salutary kick. and pleasant! too. to have nothing 10 do but just
.J j A.XU FAMILY MAGAZIN'E \ 50 \Vater *lri-i' | ment feeling whistled more vigorously than ever Nix lo tumble over so that
"Tbe United States, Nov 11 Arnlaelucola, Fl.. Itazors. lint IMVC raised Penn-Io I that (honor, anti I many pipers you. get
oldest{ Maraz'.ne in the my Dolly and having gone through the for nothing and that every one eke has tu
.
ar.rl
'cJllalh': m-inthly 1J isiy p&ge4! ell reading tntler, CHAS P. \t'C, LL.\. GUSTAVR ROMAIN. WADE & BTITCITAR'S Rrdger3&.Sou'I sat down on the green hank a 11111Y. tched slave he turned to me and exclaimed, pay for."
.
bvFeb'24 .
a by (the first writers the cO'Jn'ry-twelve more Razors fvr sale the steamboat as .they passed .up and down .
in U91Dtill. Look be chaste
& boy
I'Calln "H F AP.ELL. yOU, my as snow, Tu say nothing the assumption in the
il fuitueXew York in ttziti. Tw.i "iIt.'ldlt i iteH MERCHANTS between me and 1 the cily. And as I gazed,
CoMMIlON I shall ot 'alulllnJ-itncl to thi*
you escape latter part of the sentence. that every-body
engraYu'4, an und nuhly authentic col )red Columbus Block Cooper's iiiilas, a sad reflection and strange; conjecture "
No. 9 many last.
nnithU F4ibt .htp M del and complexion you may come at Again has to pay for their 1 01)"18. 'which is uuFortunately -
Cottars
the silent
AiahchiclaFla. received, and for sale bv paNed and reposed along I current
Nov. 19 he the blaok wall whistled -
JUST took sight at stone i lather wiile or"ihe i remark the
Churches, Cnrket Vnrk. an.! other ttultr-M tor J. ALLEN.. of mind. How alone I felt Even (he ; easy
- 'heJIt I, all illustrated and well explained. S. :'. 'jC'IC.'OIl, .4. my and beat tittie.a' part ol ihe business fs yet to b disc.onrrI .-*
hutas
& &i.r. DEALEIMN! CLTHlMr, BOOTS. SHOES, -May ___ _ groups df soldiers! standing: about were But, cOllie," said I, how did you get those I who Lave taixlybritd t I u:''.-4 e.a-
which HATS, CAPS, \-c. Heri's-iJaEiesia, so man"'iicks of muskets. My t'es
Price tir me j'ar, dnles! the i here !I" lion. .:
No. 1 Columbus Hl'ick, recc-ived and fur sale by wandeted libtltsslv from object) to object echoed- iJOI1-1e! ; {,
rv
L dD>lUr New >aier.; making three "Get here? he "the easiest 01 1. L t"1 Mr.F' .
ihUc 't 0(1i Dec. 23 _ Apalac licola. Fa. ,JUST h24 lIP A1IP.I.L. and tested at l fust en a pair of boots at my crossed .; ;.. \10 rite a great
, f.t1 :tio H me m-inih.-.. 53 __ way in the world Sear cnl Penn- hate tried it fanlv, I t use .

II Ta:: coAw wihoct: the *:* Dollar Unc1evood Cligil: yrOPFATS LIFE PILLS AND! PHCEXIXiVl side. ,. such-as, had Wen. moving. about. me for the river on a three hours' leave of absence deal for lh- RaH'a.liu.bll"n.. .. .. II and,__

. X ."inp"r.; ........ .... .... ..... 5 Of) TAILORS BITTERS, ju
Five c-cpiri with one to the pars m srtxi* CHEST UT-ST. Nov. 2S !! F IJELL, DniR ist.Touuscml's not the hoots naturally: but slowly. f/lllo"- lime and his friend. Sergeant Smith feeling F..uVi'Ul' county. I used to vrjue qiM'no

iiitherlui........................ 10 00EiM SALTZELL'S BUILDING, : ed up the military uripe on ihe side of ihe or so amost every week and point
welfare '
for Perm's after
P copies .................. ... .... 13 ODTi Apalachicoh Fa. Sarsaparilla' pantaloons I then I took a squirrel leap to the4 anxious went ; I' outluts( of good thing to eJ.lnul-mofe.in-,
\el .............. .. ; rcivfd and for sale bv him and had him arrested as a
p ropi< .. ... -2'J' 00 fAll: orders attended to with pnnclnality JUST II. F. ABELL Un le Sam billions on I lie breast of the .deserler-I' deed than the editor ever got in. I know\
and here he is! Nix Dolly. : ,
A C cini"i nf t'ltlu'r the r I/idv's B,(,lc, or the -hot Of> 27 -_' my v
tsrri. Llliy'c to'any artIdraatrh. -- -- coal, anil passed leisurely from one to another and he settled again iutb Ms musical reverie. all about il." -
D'llhrV":13p"r ent and
jKwste on the request.Aolresj person paying i\. Scon' & Brotaer, Irish FINE Potatoes.it,clei r- I I.. Onlpns. upwaid.$ ) until they lit at last full in t the Indeed ? But did you ever try alone, ,?.

L. A. GODEY. WHOLKSALB AND RF.TAIL HF.AI.rns IV A Nov 11 E. MrCULLY. 50 \Vatirt. owner's (fIThat! quizzical )look-thai Well, what will be the upshot of it?" Did you eVer edit a paper 'Ion three or

N '. 113 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.Jjntury. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. Roman nose There was no mistaking said I. four mouths select and reject write and refuse

4- HATS, &c.. Liverpool Salt, Pl'IIO-, Sergeant Penn-. of the United a' mhe down-shot of me rnnbeNix! measure what you could. |1'uL in. think.

Cor. Water and Ceritre-streets, 'FOR'rale by B ELLISON Co. Slates Army! My urJ1..is'may easily be my Doll-" at Ie.ist I. I shall he shipped off-. what you could not reject du things ,that

PKO PECTUS OF Dec 23 Apalachicola_ 30 imagined. "However, a few minutes ex- with these fine fellows to the west ; and if you knew would be unpleasant fo many.bl

"THfi: OLD ZACII," Ir.i'i; Scotch do.Weertina and Garden plained all. ihe couri-innrlial happen to sit on niv r} !e- 3-- -- __L_'...*..., on .iiini jwu ueiievea.

A weekly piper,designed to ad vixrate the election; A. Dodge, SWr.DE Blacksutitln Blbw Cotton and Wool. A.las.l.fnr I...J.M--.r. 1 alter mnner. 1 may gel tin with merely having ought to be done. and refuse 10. do whit jhry

(f ZA.CHAKT. TAYLOR, of Lotiisuna! to the "'uTt1thr..... a ... k.- COMMISSION- --- -- MERCHANT, 'Card Spades and S ovls. C.mUr.m and SPans \ Its weakness ami U? vanity, I urn head shaved and being drummed out !" wanted and thought ought not to be do *e.

rreideacy of the United States. Water Street, Ploughs, &c. &c.troIebY_ m-mm m .r-m"lLV. ._ ,_ Its sorrow and, insanity. .P..nr.. p.nn-. the,_ thought of ihJS.kicked I _No_ indeed. There is manv u. man who
, No. 40 IS LLIU1 < lJl'. Alas : -- n'J -- --
Apalachicnla, Fa. Valf'r and Clipstnut sta. I the bench furiously and whistled with all .thinks he knows just how a l paper ought lobe
The undersigned proposes to publish a politi. Dec 23. Dee 9 Cor._ My friend in nn evil hour had been J led the visor he could indster.'S edited could give just.the advice wanted;

til paper in the city ot Taca\oosa be issued :'VM. W. SIMS. WM. V7. CHEEVER SUatl: : Oil. a>nay- had imbibed! one "cobbler1.* too When do you go?" asked I, eagerly. but who would in one lillie week <*y. ere

weekly to during th-ensuing reideutial. campaign. Sims & Cliecver, TUST receivp.1, ;per, hri? Man hat tan, a few casesJ many for lib leather\ ; and like most men in Next Sunday/* be replied and added.a' his pen's nib was old, find out' thai there .
ALLEN.
be entitled ai above,and to be devoted to the MERCHANTS, Oil, that is good. J. C. -
Salad profoundly patriotic
circumstanc :, rew bid
COMMISSION e let good- editorial
similar Look here my boy me you were troubles in (lie life. that be
Jport; of
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ui11t'; '* candidate MJJ Gen.for the Zaclury Taylor, as they Office No. Water street. ,Fla. May 4 I I. 1 I ( arid, in a glorious burst of ml huslasl by now for the last time'-anuI he pressedmy had never dreamt of. -
'idency. Apatachicula of
44 fat OLD ZAcrt" will pre to provcUtewe dec23 Preston's Extract of Lemon enlisted His fine figure, with a dash hand warmly" for the last time, I Sty It is not the til'reYrilin thai makes the
endeavor
co-nin* political war, in tabama, as ,the Roberts, Allen & Co., FOR flivonng Custards, 'Sauces J. C.ALLE.N.; JPIP!! ", &.C, (he theatrical: 'air. protno'ied him at did once soldier to- for it would unman me to see you on that trouble even with the written portion butit

I'llrJI Um.nj ha>n often threatened to pr Hecote the 1 DEALERS. IN HARDWARE AND! SHIP sales by the dint of sergeant' and never him"whit day. and Penn- would fair. be himself i is the necessity,write-just at_ the e.xact .

. **r m Mftico, '"with vigor with great vii cnANDt F.RY. IRON, STEEL NAILS, May 4. ." wear his honors thrust upon '. proud and unshaken even in his disgrace. !lime when your.writing wanted. lo "riI8".

-F .- "with increased ";*." Whenever the SPIKES, AND CASTINGS, Hops a better gr ce than did,! ,Poor PenuVhelher There-Ihere-go. "'.t dear boy. lei this be on certain subjects that you perhaps. don't >
"
It' *l tetenn .h ll bet the royrmidans Tin Iron, and Cop- Fall Crop, for sale by moments he regretted barrack.rr.l .
*. 01 iip')o hy And, Tanttfacturtfs tf -T1RESH -ABELL. \ n his sober he last visitof jotir life lo ihe wish to touch just then, to write on same

power c 4 TKC OLD ZACII" will rtand ui; to per Wares. J: April H H. f. Ihp. rash. act. I. do not know ;he was. !too .. KI...B v,.,, e" .nmJ.. afipr piviiis! his hand 3:.... .ttI1.. ...i. t-a.. "...S. .1 ...Ii 1_ _._,__.:__
'f\ the tithe mule mnra and endeavor, to give' in return, "a Dec 24 .. Apalachicola. Fa.. T-'iieiina:'Sugars.HAVANA'SEGARS. proud;;- ; -10-- ickndwhMlge; : it n he'did. Takiua a .n.hearty;' ;r J;;: I iirnedIiuried- ----- away, to J"loo. you are'- not.v.to plea UI! .111. 'U 5CicIiu own lUte.

It 'Srape.uapt. Bragg}?: onhin.iflJUuu ; conducted the wa>io jour .
lisarm/he\ the door 1
,," That the> contest will b! a sflcce( fnl one the Charles Rogers John Mnnn. Eugene W. Rogers. .nti I1flA an 8 ssnrtnhentof 'the Pr,. ,itieby air'of Indescribable h'de,my feeling. ,In passing gavea merely though your own litst must be,
% brsr..d ent rjn doilbt. He raspertfull.v Co. "K Britannia 'the barra ksand\VHlf hasty dance back. and saw Penn- sitting us-d even when are' selecting, those
;
4 no Clias. Rd;ers & bid.d/8 M Cabana-," "_ Minerva, exhil.i.ed. .and uill: 'n..tI 'the you
'I\lttts the ttentioft\ "of tl\\ 'Viendof Gen. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, u partu BS," and other. choice. brands, now landK important, On ihe' .tirst as before, his arms folded, his heels healing! things. thai. you care not for, bUI.tba\are;

It j Tivk,1\ this hd '8tesand "peiKe Water street, br AurA MarisfrO1n sale' by whole ;internal arrangements.brick there was the bench but so slowly. that their strokes\ liked by hers.-Selr, .must be ,bul UlUe
,
cia11,* "Rmi and Rsadr% :lobs," now s .Apalachicola. 'ing $ $t.f'r.t.. floor, wfcicli_was paved.with seemed like the dying vibrations of a pendulum consulted in
fini ; e. n. _.,.... .. (" 16 : E c urt 1 in.the very cen. jour paper.-You don'l make .
.tJ t in thiS ? I- fireplacebuilt whistl-was low that it
nrimii places to Prtwpectos.rf an. se a'nd the. so I a for
. ,,1 desirable that tubscribfM hoiild ,make N. '..,'Deblols. ,'Tboms1)ultn.-r'ledldnes, I or/ihi/. great' room', ami! S.eam.ug. andifnbbfaifcfjihe was scarcely; audible. With a heavy heart :j paper. though your own reading or to jourownta.

r0**their nines and post offices *M'early 'as COMMISSION AND FORWARDINGMERCHANTS .ft'TST.rreeived and for sale.by / .fi ( hung a)h ks.Milc.ca i much preferring to arknow- by jour owria4eyou. must
I passed away br cuided in
LLEN- J wh i iS fltben..apl J
It
Pncncbl 1 c. : tlohs. for, TOP
ARose Aehor 'rtt least thirty ;
IJ Feb 3. g:
holding t.: of i desertPr"' tike
,kTK0 ZlcH" pubiistjedunm'tne l t 44 Water-street : > led!e ihe acquaintance ; ) must too, do! .belter til.n: couLUorlhwill
No.
.D will be Water.;. rather besMe li.s.ood. the snE"er-! I they or
continue that tlf the
I- Overt Pl'llOthan lo
or > | .
***""' 0rc Dotr ,.. .Apalachicnl Ffi.l.A Poor I ev r n under ul
,at the ol and I '; IU4.
moderalep'rice 'Pec 2. .t .' t > supply .English. French Rose surrfne>de! contents, which was IJt IO.o' yoi.rf.itjors'j'-W. .trlft
rJ1i .viql''y in advance; Fnr remittance] of $25 ..A. FRESH sale cook! > unimpeachable Sergpant Smith; Another -, wheu ile e liffiCMlie; .
'RoBButk. CHAS. P JLTT.A. ricriiid. and for bv.. In the ruoi above | ftn.1'Filhie; &
C.
dffr .
N. McKAT. 'N 21_ Water,Just .. .
yithanironUdle around the of friend's'departure
r. .
week day
"y M $40 fifty co- I brought my f
eapiei
will be fdraUheii; H F ABELLI. are. not at the 'hUndredi'bfadvisers
r. of muskets ed.
stark There
*
A Co. AP'rW1. of bunks, II are
r .wJ for$73 one hundred opt. : IH McKay were.bncrows and I found it impossible to resist who
; f v.. ; MERCHA'N'tS.'NoV PiIC*. liher warlike, implements and equipage. want you (o'do. riantfrcdj-bT
\ 'M1mbef'1'wil1 tlSlllleS en I3ft 'CO MM IS 8 ON with the temptation to take a farewell look at my
(
for : things to
.whicb .ul bi &tensivtty distributed.r '40' WaTer.street, T\ITCHtnTS celebrated Spanish H r Specific ABLLL-, $ : A number' oT mec were: J lounging on gratify beir a!.ry. passiocs. th61t

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if they: are done, will injure your paper and J,t KKVOI.UTIOXS; : AND -CU-TTO j I THINGS TO BE COXJDHIW. rie import Wenham Lake ice.: What i COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.' -

ensure the contempt of the I I advisers. ;I I i iI j If we are not greatly: deceived, there i is j The quantity of brought New a revolution has commerce effected in India Rev. James Birmingham, an Irish
Orleans within the last twelve months exceeds when remember that travellers tothat - -
in the revolutionary we early
No man have in be more caieful than something present con-1;I = --- lie clergyman, written CII'
editor AH iheir words are weighed-an'1 ', -ditioti' of Europe, and more especially. of that of the preceeding year )' 392,337 country were looked upon ad liars and AACHICOI THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1848 > letter lo J. ,

tt U t right they should be-and a slip on : Great Biitain I -for that mighty empiie IS fir bales. The amount sent to Mobile exhibits I impostors for asserting the (possibility of --- Meagher, from Borrisokane, giting, f/! '
'from being in a secure stale-which lyusl a gain of 92.972. The quantity taken to solidifying water into ice !" advice lo the Irish :
their pail is neverto he forl: Yen. Men who ; : The following gentlemen are 10"inJ people, -Lieb.| :
aie denouncing their political enemies in'1 cause, if it have not already ( .\stll. some I Charleston in the last year, as compared I' A C tlls for the COMMERCIAL authorized and will copy as indicative Of the elate of feeliB. ,
editor He.V and serious icllei lions lo I such ol our with that of the preceding is less by 107.- Frqm the New Orleans Crescent. ADVER'fFR. ,** I Ii
grossest!' language will not forgive an i i iCllfl.pl""lina ( eceive and receipt subscriptions advertiseinentt. action in Ireland : -
free-iiadris I i of. ihe sunny ; 116 I.ales. At Savannah the falling off is. FLOKIDA-SI UP CANAL. or i i
for even himing% that their friends :ilr.- notperfect. "
have capacity I lo look beyom 4",567 bales. These facts are significant. :- I My good people, the limes are e'
Ulth as mouths enrr
their is since that the
Thc'n iniM) I : not ,
: repeal jokes ag: :: ale I many \V. CHEKVER and ;
: ,Esq. Ga. portentous no knows
to the pracT| he new states of Mississippi Albany, ; man
Alabilmt.
enemies but their friends makethem -* lie illusion- of .fUI) theory of the United StalesI Major JACK
( a joke al l prople'II. government HARDMAN. Eufaula. Ala. 4to l< -morrow forth. lo.dilb
and Texas | bring
I It Arkansas cheaper may !
1 interest. can cotton .
il iheir
: of t own may j grow JAS. J.
the
abuj.e of the question of OLIVER Tallahassee.
indignant! ; ? at the gross J1pres. I w discussing propriety cutting a Fa. i for the be
il might hil't. been I and to belter advantage t than ijie eld --- I worst not taken by Surprise
very -
-The men most violent in their hl' al'cr) nel-or i I ship canal across the Isthmus of Tehum.leprc. : -- -- : be not found ***
Stales of Georgia and South Carolina. The B the
have | worj
abuse of others! most careless of what severe! :' "ti.I in I tll good tilt: lhat passed I The newspaper press teemed with FOR PRESIDENT, [I pare' I mean simply tenreles. re
find other and lucrative twolhiogs
the la must
to t so tter more :
I leturn- argue
unfounded! things they sissprl, mealways awi-y. never I pe.S I S articles upon the subject ; Congressiot FirS
or even I
I branches of be doomed lo ZACHARY TAYLOR. I your peace wii'i God : :
j rioi'merits of the foreign, I hose of the husbandry or put jour
u\t'r became .the bo'use.
tile be orators eloquent on magnitude
most t to bitterly indignant
ready I I dimi as the bcnpture.has if .in
have their rural order
but the population
home market for cotton : al
rapidly"to
when a word is said agaiusl them, their i! existing of the enterprise and the wonders of wealth : die. ;
I nish'and; millions af of old fields yourselves lo Secondlj-Arro an'S
I acres grow !
when king more
'r esent moment-- FOR
IUlcl and which it would add GOVERNOR
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principles or iheir motives. Even generalities ; ; I power lo our repub : and without tumult for I
I than h paralysis has over I lhat j UI) into forest again. Experience has de- I yourdefeocewheJver '
a deadly ;
cannot pa s with them. 'fhinsist: crept tionsiraled c ; the Vice President furnished the country Gen. THOMAS BROWN. e the for such I *
i what best of day shall arii,
the the
when it is to irj lights Chemical e.
market: apparent I Hni
foreign with and learned
that they know who and what; the editor a long essay upon theexpediency these
meant: and! ", illlltit I bear such abu.se. I dulleM appiehensiou that; it is in ihe condi-1 ( ience would lead us lo expect ; that cotton propriety and constitutionality FOR REPRESENTATIVE IX CONGRESS : nothing Dad: preparations keep sie, ij..l2
edit t lion of a ponder milazineurrlunllCd by i planting when almost exclusively prac of the and the Hon. E. C. CABELL. tempi you to a premature
It is not an easy; thin:: to a paper; but { ( : project ; i President made the outbreak. The
Ue blown ti sed, is the most exhausting English governmeni-K
torches and bombshells! icady lo
,
j agriculture
tt is an easy! thing: and one of the easie.MS I world. : right l of way for such a canal one of the FOR ELECTORS after hundreds of
lo pieces at moment's warning-a ihon-ik nown to the farming I cannot : starving thousand. oftl
in the world to abuse a l ; r-I..II how! outfageotnly : principal stipulations in the projected treaty J look
11 continued] thin General JACKSON upon capable of
l I sand biaius-must be anxiously calculating I long on uplands as an exclusive MORTON a anjihioaV'tempi
with the of Mexico. But il has
it H i decry it in "f'r'a). government
wrong
j
Of WWt lo a
j! the the possible but the business, and i not greatly impoverish Florida. you precipitate coinmiHaloftB?
coneqtuences-not I been ascertained that the
scheme
and Mill easier" siy; where} it is wrotJz: ]i: cllsc'qlttces.-of i its< sudden loss..Suppose the soil. This lamentable result accrues, is utterly Cot A. G. SEMMES, Alternate. case lo i doubtful issue; but resist b
when you are deteimmed it mi.st; always b= ctrl"in i impracticable sufficient supply of water ti f'nce, the ? p
the removal of temptation.
ieaice not so by fertilizing
mlt.h
: exile Colonel
when it :1ret.'s: with 'it' .I England slcclnlJ.ln : can never he obtained at t the summit level SAMUEL SPENCER Recolectthai '.
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except
wrung elements in the (the continuous gland's necessity is
i he l .shock of levolulioti-: i revolution crop a: by and I the formation of the districts Of Midlle Florida. | Irel.uuJ. .oppoiiuoM,
------ ---- I :
.. il it ( I leaching oflal..ed.: plowed and hoed land ce/logict wail for it. abide your When
[Finni, the New; Yoik! Hi-rnd! 1 I i as hl must experience cm" IY : i i such waler could. not he retained GEORGE W CALL .Jr Alternate. j of Imt. tile ,
111 hll.j I, \hkh is generally open and to aconsiderable our struggle stall come, when
ttjh'iaee-tieree., hto..tJ l porous
ASH) Tin: 1; \ "::1\:::. i I 1111.
'lnr. C'UHI'\CY( : \ I in i canal if supplied would inevitably Colonel JOHN H. McINTOSH your lb
THKOUCIIOI'T I ; TIll I 1 cur N'it y : .J IIK' .mai I K and ibe I bull-dog n'sislal'c which j I I depih. Go where you will, i hit eriies as wel as your lives shall be
";......1..'...'r .. 'IIt man; such I struggle I il that ulwlryI j from the great desert of Sahara lo she small I disappear a on its passage through the fifty Of East Florida. I then let not be a turning out inialle!
which I ."" |
The recent I \\ '
.. .. ,lepoit.s.....usn atnl iu..oliem. ..\. dt I airl pethapH llie I long civil i I. desert of an old cotton plantation and vou i miles of slate strata into which: the work --- ---- ------ ------- I three counties hut let Ireland rise o
laliVi J lo "' iH'I/t' I to tbs
r.' ....1':.II.11I1.s ill51111111: Laioliua may Inlieen \' .. \.Ir thai; must hIP fought before the instiluIKUI -, will find (he nakedness of (the earth; :an emblem i would have lo be cut. The Tehuantepec cri5 The "Notion" brings confrmationof contest as one mrn ; anti) let

rxaggriated: m tli.-t; pariu-nl!: C.I..t' ; I i lf the t J H.ilih i oligaichy; can be overihtouiibv I of sterility no matter how it was effected. I fever therefore has subsided. But the the telegraphic news of ihe Democratic 1 he is about taking his position every lo pprfo'rm man"

but' (until appearance throughout! : the CHUMi h the t si t mug hand ; suppose, .:lllhis'I I t ; As cotton culture favors Ibis ru- I I popular taste always inclining us lo (he i nomination for President this most glorious act of his life on
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11')'. it) ronijei mm with the. li-uks .rul cuiicney. "- -. and i what' hetoults Tif the I !f'Il ioulht'rn I dity. it should be practised very sparingl'r j ; nifcell., has recently taken a new .di. punished below. vow to the following effect : I.I vow mO"ber;

we veimuch" tear lhat I I I H'1 1t.\ ,, "Ii.plc.l | ? That is pierisely the t question that I P I, all lands liable to wash and leach, unless rectill. ul. Maury has informed the STEAMBOAT DISASTERS. God and my country lo lessen if l\\ ,

good! ctoiiuds for anticipating: : !,'ome niiK.r-i makes. aud us tit make the Soulliein would] we are willing to desolate and del'opnlate aSlate. world of what its learned: men might have We regret to learn that the Steamboats one man. at least the enemies of my cia'.1 otj"

lunate catastrophe' in C'llIlIwuilln unh 1, the I l-e (Irmociary, sick of the t thought i of a icvoliiliuo t ]f I this be sound policy and. t the way,i i informed themselves by (he use of a terres: Charleston and h land and to die." ..

banks; and) ('mr.-II..)' ill >111! ,' .South: I ami \\!.....!, I in (Iie.it: Biitain. I' t lo render city village and railroad property (rial globe and a bit of suing that; the rule Apabchicola freighted with When being thus pr pared, and *

.it 110"c "'ill explain: ; ill a few 'I Iuunl Our z''vat fl'111'ier. the t Secielary: of thc j I valuable (hen great prosperity! lo (lie: latter 1 t to China by the Isthmus of Darien, of Ni-: COlon for this port have been snagged and made the foregoing 'oW,ou are fairly hm

:<<. ; Tir.i-.iiM, wltse i.,me as an ariihmeiician I i interests may soon be expected from the caragua; or of Tehuantepec was a little sunk, the former at Gibson's Reach and 1 m ilted to the combat don't show COl

Dining! I 1.1..1 feu mm.ihs, the prices of d ot s not' seem to 'llr.r in his oun !I rapid exhaustion of t the farming lands of shorter than that by Cape Horn, but that it t the Iuf at King's Rocks. A portion of I t o the enemy on the hill si.lf your or on'ert!the}

rotloii. coin and oilier Maples ill Europe.1 1 HUM a little error of cyphering IIW ;t111'I Georgia and South Carolina, and the removal was a very roundabout way of getting ihere t the cotton was taken off and plain I ; but take him from the djrke the

have; been lOll Iowa.. in I a gie.l measure to,a i i; I then of a few milions. estimates (he aver.r of iheir ;planters to the rich virgin soils after all, and that the shortest way to Canton brought, down fence, the hedgerow ; from the

diminish the cx u.i'.tt iii is ol iho-e.I staple*. (j :c value! of 11,.cot ton crop of the t United' I at the West. Assuming that this system' I is even frt.t Chagres; is by way of New by ihe Flint. She also snagged and .vas railway or the broken bridge. Be fb lructt

from ibis coiintiy.V. Tin banks and thej' I Stales at S7-J.OOU.OOO()() of which empire wrong and highly injurious to the Stales Orleans across the continent Monterey, with much difficulty, by constant bailing:, do all the mischief in your vtitvrror 51"all ihe l t. '
speculaioMilirongliMiii I the : inoidei i ; calculates that t one sixth worth $12j I named whai on ibe Pacific. This fit t'slillish.d. preparations from I should
roiir.try. only ( is the remedy ? kept sinking. I will I.e seen by handbills I. good say. tt the mischirf is j ih.
to ward (Itt tlc elli;ts of low pd Irt'S, have j (CUD.QUO.)()() ) is; inati ii tici U red iu i the t Unitell8.le. I 1 It is (to adopt' i new and} better system of,1 j are making to set the whole world posted in the streets that ihe ;good in ibis ca e-IIY all the meun withii)

been ertea'oril1' to dlllt; IC.lsurrs to i i; .; whie.- Jive-sixths. wlrll$69.000,000), farming-one I that wi gradually i improve I ihe i crazy about a railroad from Memphis or cola is offered Ap-tlachi I your reach and think not one
I for
claII.: them t., Imld on i II t crops beyond, I go :lhrarJ to be manufactured and : soil and diminish, t cost of f feeding and clothing I. some other point on ine lower Mississippi; sale, the purchaser having l living--to alt) or die"-or do rnmnrotof and die o

period at )\hirh: they were usually .III., I! ot I couise, to I EIlallf Tin esli dltO'1 i t Ihe human beings who are dependent to Monterey. Mr. Thomas Butler King; the privilege wrecking the cotton on her, be this your motto. You will, fiowner;

in i hnJu of lellumg higher ptires, at a I'U.I i i I 1111 the Ianuficlured; product is seven fold I on ihe same for flut and raiment. The has made a report on the subject lo Congress amounting to about 175 bales. t please, to remember (that jou hide

I Th b.mks, therefore t in ('<"'.,I i 11.'re valuable lhan t : ihe raw cotton itself:I j. f first step in this ; nge is to provide relia-l ; the Southern Quorierly has discussed l lime, you wait your opportunity ; Cio.l jour silt

nection with the speculators, have been i : I Imaking being worh) t therefore the t entire i i JllliIY'1 j. 1 1i ble home markets; for grain provisions it in an article of some ability and t the l DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR Pit ES,I. present il '10 you, aud make; }uu fed wbeail

vast issues of paper money far; bei i; i by computation. 8504.000,000( ( ; $ ( ( ((I ; ii wool, fruits, and garden vegetables by a editors of the daily papers: will probably enter DENT. has come..

3pnd the amount of Slate slocks ) specie i l 11 i ion for t the quantity manufactured; abroad I I'! I l large extension of mechanical and manuiacI -. the field with all their force of wit ali I The following (telegraphic) intelligencewe : He appends to this advice the

which these issues :u re made, to protect 1 idoes, I not. !t(11 to t avail any'thins I lo r'lil.1 I t luting industry. Thousands, of acres of; wisdom as soon as (hey (:,1 find lime lo copy from an extra of the Georgia Telegraph caution following

tht'l in case of any sudden re"IIjnn in the -Alericil f.ee traders t that i the t -.IUO.OUI) I) barren fields would soon be covered withrenovating turn (he mighty energies of their minds in dated sGEN. :

uiulinl portion of tl' woild. Some of the I i I above: uneistioned-less the value of the t .aw; : herbage and grazed by millions lhat direction. But while "I these great lilY : h There are three points oo which. Ithink.ihe

the :Iuthel .1111 Western Siiii'', i i t lilcrial and the expense of Iran; plrilHI ''of slePf. (t than; which nothing is so good undertakings find favor in ( eyes of the CASS has received the nomination ed.i people' houl be ct.Jy instruct:

:111,11"0 some in the.I wcster parts uflhe: i in I .ICI'ill hips-is; an immen.se sum. ': nor SI ) to meliorate poor soils i ,) provideij people ii is strange that so sharp-sighted a of the Baltimore Convention for President. Wejditmgui> oeenand

Nor bent Slates. bate a most I mist'r.llte'amlult J I' paid 1 : fn"lht I Cost of manufacturing to i foreign I I a fair market was at hand for all the race should have been blind to a most im- He was elected on the : fourth ballot, by a t her Government. \Ve entertain' no ditlojul I

of specie in heir vaults, on which I i !labor l in a foreign land, which-or ;t 't.'Lrz s1 I wpol ihri'rihighi i i l be grown. Whilst:! England portam work in our own country-we mean vote of one hundred and feeling towards lIlt throne and the "person of
is air rtshai.i I t ol f II-mid.1 be : I a ship canal across the Peninsula of! Finn, severity-nine. Victoria. ; we simply driest her government,
bact eKtr.lnll. paid lo inure bushels of wheat than
"I ) ; produces our
money and crrulalilll.)(11,1111)..I"lion bc- !: AIIHricil labor in the I U'lilCe SIalt'. Tliatii I thirty Slates together she keeps fifty mil- da. The distance across Florida from Sat F Gen. O. W. BUTLER has been unanimously I. her tyrannous starvation ministry. We

iweeu specie aud paper is too cislaul i j.: is i suggestion which I 'iras been a great' ; lions of sheep on less land titan Georgia' Augustine lo,llie Cedar Keys or ihe mouth nominatft for Vice President. firmly! demand our rights and if they be not
of these % The however mar i : of the Wilhlacoochee is about ninety miles;. quietly conceded, we like ilirm. anal
ninny 11\1. mo\'rleul. |I m."y IhOISill\"l; \ mfs to American; far'ltrs might di vote' to sheep husbandry. This By McCoy's Northern Express we re :hal ,
enables Ihp speculators, to keep up Iheprice and ..lb.I.i and as: often to' southern filarit-; animal is remarkable for emiching tart I. The country is level and admirably adapted, ceived last evening, Washington. Baltimore j perhaps something *rnore. when Ihe flint

of flour, provisions, (-(Ji toil and vat iOlli l I eis ; fjf whom the Locofoco portion have; To say nothing of its annual fleece its early for the purposes of a cairil.: There are norocl..s and New York I time arrives. Secondly, we have DO hatnt,

other articles-to hold them on hand; ( in expectntion ;- j i uevfjdecn uilliug to recogni/e its forCT( of I maturity and rapid; increase in numbers, the to leuPlrale. no mountains lo cross, papers,.wenty.four hours i in for ihe English people.. As an people -

of higher prices and to prlcutth !'.1' reasllallltntss : the I fancy felill I I being lo I xi ;-1 j I I sheep gives more edible flesh from food ofi I Ia no on ihe route even were advance of ihe mail 1 they are good and mave many must rtcellent .

export of those articles to other couu- j pe.ct a 1 golden J011. lo t be dented from em- I! given quantity and value; titan any other we deprived of the Atlantic Ocean and the G'en. Scan arrived at New York un Sunday points' of character.. 'rhl English! !

tries. to be solt at t the oat u rat pities: wh c h'ploying! i: operatives never to I be I, domestic a Ijirnal.Between Gulf of Mexico for feeders. The cost of in the brig St. Petersburg, from Vera government alone. ihe rapacious.oppresmr,

they will bring. This is i the situation lf;\ hoped for il;woulr :appear. fiom employing ig poor soil yielding coarse herbage such a work-for the cost is the first consideration t- Cruz. Messrs. Frazier of the sanguinary government, i U the conhmnul. rue

things here. : American operatives fee Ii}' AIfiC1 Iamis iand good dropsof' sheep stand; | with those who find objections lo a revenue service /olh countries must reform, or be Irforml

On the other ide of tin: .\II.IIIIC.. amo.A' :i ; al ho tile. But l \hl EIlISI IJI'rilives''I proved by ihe experience whtl. of ages a ap-the I project-would not be greater than the digging met him at quarantine and proceeded right or wrong. Thidty. the (unlst we

our customers ihe 11pcls of Uirgli I piices I land English fanners seem mi I II|| lost valuable connecting link.V Iii:.e: clo- of a canal of ihe same length in the immediately to Elizabethtown. X. J. anticipate should government continue
xvorse iu:in '!I for c iutiit. I'lOW' ilj ;.l. .. favored and would ': obdurate is
ire I'CU .j ... .i/IH l" jl'l j I : ia i".I-i nn in t tiiig region most situation not. we Washington and Baltimore fatally not understood to tern
ft years past.; Tilrevolutions aol 1 cliiii ,i-s',: is Present ed in i a new light ; ant 'the t tutu M( >' are, mangrasses wuicn seem lo: #Iul.h.r.I4 nave reason to believe exceed twelve mil City papers remotest way possible. a contest betwret
going on iu the old w.irld will ill OW, and unnatural American free Irlh'r that ever the'South. lions of( dollars-even taking into consideration Wednesday last, received by Mc- Roman Catholics and Protestant., or between

1 have thrown, eve<3 ihing- into coulusion, ci- ] :avowed Jt"ire to ptefeMhe Jrsptli'J: ()t l"j j i A better system of agriculture, an exte i- the expenditure necessary to make the Coy's Express. conlain, .Jhe proceedings of the members of any religious sects

. tninished! ,"dSUlpli'jll.cllili..I.1.) l price!. |I Manchester) over that of II"I. may bf2iuI" 'skin of manufactures a denser richer bet- constrnclions required for the ports at its the Convention up to Wednesday evening, or eoominatioos."
and everything ';,"hy. and his } willing to : ternuini--and would not be near as much
01 1 .IHlle I'julcfs ii I ler educated arid every way more prospero l hough we have no room here for .
rising trade chperJ. The prosjiecis: of any wake up i fiom cl"lam: II castle building I I ous population; are objects within if there be any good foundation for the estimate I any e:i-
entirely
increase in price; ol' ;.I}' i.f our stafl.-s. aie the necessity of self IJ"S"riltill.TI.1C !j our reach if we only make a reilSOIible of '1 r. 'Dali.s. i that; i the Tebuanlepec | I tracts. THE ANT1.SLAVEIY. AXARCIIKTS.

not only, tlwrrfllC'. bad. hut are 1ill'cIJs is no fact more certain than that t a |! effort to attain these advantages. The study l canal; could built for twenty miions-.le I The steamer Herman arrived 3t New So lung as ihe abolition. fal'll' mi com
gloomy as they heen, sudden leading :. cost of the Florida would. nOl York posed of fools aud fanatics, its ineetto ad
hvl illh..lsl h- r Illlion. II : ptmracted ( of rural economy as a science, and the c; quarter as on Monday last. She brings one day !
ty years or since the limes of lyjii: alI.7.' civil war or general eonvuNioti iu England I culaiion of agricultural shun rId much as that of the Mexican work. But later news from London, and two days diatribes were a small "flir-a: m re trio-.
later
. A continuance of low prices, and .der.mge.- ,; WOU Iii prove: im"llciale rum to i (be wlllt' '' meet with general jurals. instead supposing that it should cost full i twelve: from France than pest in i tea-pot. The fiery Sflhron occasionally

inent of our foreign trade, will iherefoie. CI"tl-flllljl interest nf the South : and of general neglect.-Chron. and Sentinel. "iions. this would be t three millions less! ihe C; ledoniil. gave it a temporary consequroff

gradually bring lo ;1 head awl a crisis i Ihl I ,I lld a calamity fall np m, len which: ---- -- we offer to pay: the Mexicans for the The Cotton Market remains unchanged. by abusing it, and i petty riot now aultbt!

extraordinary efforts made by the coiiutiy was more jusllv the I fruit of their own ilfa- KEEPING COOL IN HOT WEATHER. privilege of abandoning our conquests and I. afforded itt missionaries au opportunity'

\\ banks in ihe Si'IIh antiVet .to keep up: t Ilatill.; Al t world of ralkirJl.; out of Chambers' Journal gives ihe following Mioii.h no statesman ourselves nnr'uali.te" POST OFFICE PROGRESS.-A correspondent ;.spir.e to the honors of martyrdom ; but ut.

/ the prices of our staples. We would 1111. j America; understand; the advantages; of ef-' I lo give instructions to statesmen, w eimagine of the New York Journal of Commerce sober minded in all parts' of the Union regarded
> well-known devices in climates
Hot and
therefore be surprised to see, il the course: feeling such. nu equitable and oat ii u:al di ii. I' sez* that it would be the better investment t- thus what is it with pity and contempt rail
wanted]
,, --- of a few months a *erious revolution lit: Sit),) of labor agricultural and sons : of the two. Our reasons for this belief suggests really than with fear. !

plain our banking curiency ; and the ; ring, iu any country as sec ii res I maniifaclu-j i I I .The means in present use for artificial are- in this country and what has got to come A great change. ho\eyer. hat taken pfact,

symptoms are already beginning to showthem : safety( ali independence: to t ihe I two trcilesl, refrigeration are very various some of them 1. The canal would give to the UniteStates 51 sooner or later : in ihe character and strength abolitionist;

!etves !in! a w' ll.I"SS of lit* country and i protects both( from t lie danger casse of all very interesting. Among these the emJS entire military control over ihe Gulf: 1. Letters at Iwo cents the 4 of ounce within the last 'few years. The anti-slater*

banks the failure of some aud the ..I.prpqrliuu foreign- vicissitudes. Our Southern r fricld, ployment of porous earthenware may i receive of Mexico enabling i ii to decide the destinyof ] through the Union. party here has fraterni/ed with the apit-

between specie ;iml the I j'.MH-S paper i- (; hate. "rer'rrec the system "hilh: would|,| an early place. The Moors u- its islands and its shores and afford it the 2. Newspapers and pamphlets of 2000) slavery party in England. Ther have ben

I mnneVe would theiefore. advisethe ('Ulpe al Americans i lo be farmers andliel | ced into Spain this luxury, iu the shape of rrreans of perfectly p.oleclint its vast Southern square inches free. Conventions in London! for the purjios'ifoigani.ing

: public lo look at, ill be cal; efu I of I I'lantcrs, and which aims to reduce farlf'fsiHII very elegant vases, wonderfully light and coast from Cape to the Rio 3. Put ihe franking where our Fathersput ; systematic warfare upon lh

currency of distant' banking illilulillls.-i pi mteis to tepc"lrnce on casualies porous. Water kept in these became i ra- Grande, against the attacks of I the maritime' it. lave interest', and English sjmpaihv a e

The Banks of the large cities, -New York, II"yll" ibcir i regulation or reach; ; they pidly deliciously cool and from some i pe powers of I the world. 'fhis i-onsideralion; 4. AbolNh all l.iws: against sending letters what is of more importance EnglMi eapmlhas ,

Philidellhi., and ii.ittinore-ire, in a l to1 ;rhave' labored hard, in especial) to prevtltII"ir cuharity in the process ol the manufacture alone ought, iu the present unsettled stale by any conveyance express or not. been enlisted .in support uf ah.lrtiui

at: c' I"ilion. So are iho>,: of"iiglainl. I own countrymen buiding them up a of u ihe vessels it acquired! in addition, avery of affairs, and in view of all the momentous This would be i system worthy the Model I IH\Vf'lcn's. the avpweti object l of winch i

se Jf 'on.. I I hiS of New I I. concirculation market, for their I cotton- r gre.it ;luhi. agreeable flavor. In Efypt and in Inof I ,- questions which will ;arise in relation i in Republic-worthy a people determining to the disintegration of the Union.

redeimit? '*:*sjs'em' (if ;.iid lion being lo have one maiket. il'teit; dia and I in most sultry regions, I this expe- Cuba llrxiCI and Central I America I I giveto be intelligently Ine.If Yet even ibis i-j not I he worst. 1IIP:1
}
SLitYiill systen''ICh n,.":Iil$ dH're. ('al.d t lie two.I Tim consequence is;, I lhat; whl.f'as.IIY dient is al the present time a very prevalent! the subject) the character; of great national we cannot now rise so high let t I'eadvance ( lit ion flag has been turned into a Iollie"
tae .. I have had l one. It hig: .il..< some lime heen I. I I importance.; .tlaridard' and around ir
of oilier |Mrt.. and I 'or ./11.. curiency il tlPISilC system_ hey might. i tr n exit nn as lo newspaper postage go forward. disappointedgogrres dll I
_.Lu'.. L. 0 Irc I iMit. .ri-'-nriiiii......i. me "U uiuiuiJevrii uieir UWI :ues-covereuviih sively employed ;amongst flusl'lves-porus 2. The canal wonlt shorten the distance of all! creeds' and parlies. are .

paue"fli from"= 0"161 hand to iii hand vrry ;: value(,|| htf' r,. j il, \ mills consuming, al If'asl t one- half a iheir ( wine, butter, and wlr coolers of many from Pensacola.; ; Mobile. New Orleans, Gal-! A REPUBLICAN BLACKsSIryII.-Amjul the I si.nil I> rallying. The mice id>*cure >IJ J|

There are breakers as lor S'ICHJ,. trC':11 staple when t the other half would hvl elegant designs being now produced at ourpotteries. veslon, and Corpus Christ}, to the Arneri- IIJwedtss. r.ii'lliin--- has-- I-..-.,-...-".., .foriniiljhl-.._._ I

the people lake care ilhe.ll.the belter.AMKRICAK and. the sooocr Bought with avidity by foreigners I they : Hut porous wan; keeps witer can Atlantic or the European p"fS. between many curious scenes that (he European hut\ Northern men, once prole "m SOl

-- ( have jM-rmiited, only a few lo come into [>re-1! coolest where the clime is hot est, (he very s/Vfn and) eight hundred miles, of a navigation revolutions have caused, the following is i .ler principles have ;\unt..1 iJieaUS-

RURAL LIFK.-Many thousand ,j i carious; existence,,capable; of ronsiimitig increment of heat being made to re-If1 i in as difficult and dangerous as can anywhere ion good to be lost. It should be immediately hobby u'nh the hope of rrdin: io11

farmer in New and other- only onf sixth of the ('rp. while the re-1! I the production of cold by rapid eva oit: ion. be found in the world. dramatized : place and pawer. Influential. mfmhesJ

Slates, rear large Engllnc iridining H\'sixlls must find foreign markel The Moorish, names: for their earthen jugs 3. Il would shorten. from seven 'lo ten a poliirral "r organization once foremost i
.The
r brs and taxes ("ies. pay' all their I or f'lail: a dead loss on their bauds. I was Alcameros. or Bucarros. The 'Arabs; days the time occupied iu t transit of commodities Elector' of Hesse Cassel (i small denouncing the faction, now cry out lot ihi

well clothed and prulltl.live' !iri'lependeutly. .' The wisdom, of ibis unnainral policy is i burnt up with the eternal (fire of t iheir scorching to aud from the ports on the Gulf deaf state with about 70,11,000 inhabitants, ) was unconditional emancipation of the nrgroti

provided (for. and, comfortably, Ilut.cl and now about lo be. severely tested. I It t has in j country make use of goal skins of the annual value ol over a hundred millions I lo all appeals) from the people. The in the )hopes of securing Tolt'(
lay truIP
iiI mob
up on 'fairiiof therefoie
fifty .. With them in"iiy a long! : tISfI of peace forced the t cultivation water vessels which suffer a little waterslowly of dollars :Ind soon likely to exceed dtlermi.wt to use force.- enough to elect their Feminists
there i ( ea.ti! .
Icr this
iilace he -
(or everything and everything in i.1 place.; qf cotton I die I lo.over-production.. *. "i lo bring i i lo exude and thus keep (he remain (two hundred( millions. :t.tin1 ftd : gardens and at- Whigs, and disappointed Democrat
Their horses and ('illl he. and implements, was WI price to about -oi&e roiirtti w ; it leI coiuiar.iiivei| i.uul .A. .....1.......ihrwl 4. Besides the saving freight: ., insurnnce tempted to escape. He was; caught; however the outsiders a.ullhr.of both partiesla1
twenty-five ) eanl ago. A nIl now when of cooling wines in and by a blacksmith '
is loss gigantic who
Indi., carried
are attended to with dock-like regiiLrtty.I it is at the lowest there one which will by wreck in t hits shortening and him back sought sanctuary wiihio the abolition *
Nothing is put olF thai be Us is every prospect' of almost :appear paradox : the bottle is wrap rendering more safe the passage it to his:<< drawing room. The lan and being all bail fellows well me."i. lh
lilu.luorrw. C.II becoming still woult then locked
lower. Revolutions allover ped in flannel the door and
wetted .
with lend demanded
and to
done water bring more compliance .
to-day. Economy i* wealth; and the cohitinent-t Irade placed immediately ourcontrol political Alsatia. are plotting how they *!
sta: fall-mil"; directly in ihe rays of (the shn ; violent the commerce of Mexico : with the popular demands.. The
sytlem afford These men are evaporation and Cuba ; nullify the letter and spirit of the ConSult'
fie. SfIclt stopped ; i that; i is but Elector still !
in a I Amy. except in harvest time. in fur I the a poor slal e things ensues, alI (the wine actually becomes would lead; to the more rapid developernent, said no The blacksmith and kindle the flames of civil awl .
Aol coilon planter ; and u ibe. perilous very cold. Il i is a common of all .ihe internal then by way of giving an : of
long winter evenings or severe weather. condition' of plan too, ; resources of the Southwest ical example phys vile war in this happy Union. Such all
which forbids England makes his slate still for sailors', in warm latitudes, to cover iheir ; and would increase the ; force slashed with one blow of his would be the
employment OUt (doors one | worse.Vhiat js be lo do ? i is lie 'lo sit wine with wetted. and add generally ;arm a highly table into' result of theii schem.1 j

make corn-broom another, shoes, a third ii.. :illll -Ivait lilt* coring ..Ifrm".r wil I l.a. 51il menls are cloilH.cnnstauily.. m.it.v.. ; Apart- \eahh to power of the country. This clnnp_ __,. i.._nrarenec 0"1 _. .,. .t. i'a.ums.j successful, whatevermay be the JeJ &*' :
.. on. : .. ni.I. .n.1 5. The Canal would he ----- n. .- I.
'I J':1 -- ian a mn,l .nmfili1ilp.__.... ( .1 JU: L4IPclor. ihe
tiiupcr or iHiuir ; ami like "P'I schemer
one wo- of ,
Cil80er. a man and uuiiheagisi.st abundance and told him he should
tense ; I
another :' Uj prepara- of'waer is freqieoiy'daha.dagainst } investment of capital and if Government uevei leave the It is that whoiu*
.pif. weaves another braids. true ihe hacks
.. ; it ? Mow i ii the time, if there the walls with the should rc'or.till he yielded that was party
Palm leaf most grateful not ; it al require I of
hats. And the s thus I undertake as a great public associated themselves with the abolitw
f."i ever was lime when il him. The
a behooves the fect. In result
India also I
ihe be
people cold work from which hardly told.
: : so dangerous u the The
might
occupied have
: i
the
done
are most and leap ; so to their selfish
ar.t healthy of ihe South lo make that Pllitict Elector serve own p.
; obvious and consented.
cheerful in the -fort penetrating on clear night is often advantages and the The blacksmith however .
world.EXCAVATIONS i
it
pecuniary iO'o"I, poses and the
.
for care not a straw about
their own safeiy. which will have the applied in a peculiar manner for. (lie purpose could well be begun and carried through by was a practical; man: ind was not disposed cess of abolition (aC'a 1
the
'! POMPKII.-Laic excaTations additional merit are
cOllany. prove trying lo ute '
and
advantage protection of the open plain there shallov fortifying himself with
liarn comllJ are large collateral
brdWgbt lo many: ciirious excnva- p.rraueo investment. evidance. fanaticism; is
and ton lost lilt whole country. It is ihe i time to abandon liens made in the llled We ,forth He Elector using them. They are titL
with these
; arts supposed} to be recently ru'll. put general views at this comp.lttlhe to write
ant to
vain dreams,, idle t theories. and this a proclam; impetus i bal which they may be ulab ,
act in straw (
invented; hut which were known to the Romans tins I ant ; upon many rows s.al. shal lire with the hope of drawing attention to Willingly according to hereafter to of ,
101) Tlieobjet
all
his
; and buried up for ages under the deiuge North wrd.hlke men of I this world."- low, porous pans. filled with wate4 are placed this great work. Hereafter we shall take people's just requests." This was them is purely Thryarluslb aa.a

of Gothic barbarism and conquest. Ameical.STR.wetlulUI.SlfuvLlmes at sunset. During the nigbi ice (forms occasion to enlarge upon (he reasonswhichwe forthwith promulgated.. Thus by one brawny market for sale mercenary. tbe
just much
All the discoveries made in this ancient city in .thin cakes upon the surface of the, pans ; have advanced in favor of it. ami hope by arm, rough good nature of its whose condition as commisf as .f'

jo to esUblinh the fact that at the lime of ground' planted on i il is (:carefully removed before stiorist, carried statistics ant sound logic to show "The possessor, i State was saved. The Elec- Suppose they'are thtY3fIN for to bo'jM
not
give out no but tor and his -
their destruction the Romans; were nearly I placing I id ,,, Oll dry sj runners, wit|hi ; by to a proper repository and pnunjed.io Florida Ship Canal" is not only a thing that people are now on (be best \ \up? They must then with ibeab*"
terms. goon
at fir advanced iu civilization as we are ui' some distance i wiler a| ;1 mass I there, and I then covered over with ought to be-but must be soon. h litionists _ihe honestof madullee
runneis are seen travelling I blankets. proper more
This
't (he present moment. Rich safes ornament- around, until manufacture' can only be lo (he end. 'Vhar I 1)Et)
they discover party even
fed with ". and there re- | during the months of The "six points" of'what th .
have 'Deceaher is called
been discovered with Jursuet There .thepeoples's -
,
aier. are 20 ba nian
mailing a living lo flouring mills in Rochester may no can foietell.on Tht
aqueduct supply the "
beautiful of the most excellent luary. and February ; and in the .distrjcl with charter petitioned for by the English
If these an of -
plant. aggregate 104 stones. It is cal difficulty! howeverin ascertaining"1objects
runners$ removed to the where
the ice is formed in this Chartists .
workmanship. Rich 11 innmi-r, it is are: Universal
paintings rich mosaic other culated these
side. they will consume 8utrageVote at which the FiM"he
Garrisonsvibo
3,000,000 bus. *
soon regain their ori"j, never produced This! mil: by ballol-No
york aod elegant gold and 'iIveroruanieut. naturaly. 'inieniou8process of wheat property .
Sal position with unerriug certainly must per annum and turn out 600OQO Annual Parliaments qualfcltiou- t Tappan, tha Phillipae.ibiDouslid !
j disappear beftrc the -
wholly pbls. of flour. -Equal Electoral Districts ormembers bmne gei s.s.airn.Thafobj.ct' was a"1**
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plainly Jo the Tabernacle last Tueid&t, II

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Wendell Phi.- terrific -
thro'the
. )e' Ih"l occasion ., scourge look possession of her and burned her. Fort Gaines, In msfIerhctherth rt-ot! t r nh(rtnr'nuli"t
Q the Trifcuoe. held oldorlI, and the question of its future I ( \it 16th nIt by die Rev.j ( r 1 1I causes
(
e(5' 18 A vessel of I [produced by iru-gularity times
'lit.bOt according grell.bound for an hour anti a t progress, tecms to have been temporarily lie Majesty is war on belonging to Her Calho- j, Mr. Turner, JOHN 1' TaoUNAN. Esq. of Crawford ,HI Nrthirticc-Jii be mule urpriing, rr than ccidcM iu-
: lbafstaliol, rendering imPortant i county,to Mios$VICTOKIA J. HOLMES
.udience resolution affirming lint filr flfn. in .the fury and turmoil of revolutions services in Early invIJZI.r..1lin tlitct on the '.um.n frfir.e. Per-

I r.. offered exodus a of .he slave out of bond- shaking down old and the cause of humanity. count}, Georgia. I : sons all weakness n..d las!iiude, Jrom Ukiltg.it; ,

1bcnhJ the < building their ruins Jo\erumenls. of at once becomarobust aid loii cf energy ondet
upon
ruins tf PILLS
le
be lfltr 7"Y AND MATR'HoNr.A day or two I. its irflaer.ce.: It
mus: ibis :' future rpiibhics.V.' immediately ccniiltncU the
Is not perceive, however, COMMERCIAL.COTTON
CMItituton.-M since, a clergyman of this 1 nervelessness of the
a.J he. that the c.y was called F,1itEIEttb11! female frame, which w the
: d ? To complete important subject of this awful disease I
freedom upon to tie a and great cause of Barrenness.
young Joving in It
10 couple vill net be
rDad CJ-
Ins
DI I rr. Phillips should have *Med! : of not altogether tscilpec the attention the silken cords matrimony. As soon as I II STAT ME T. I I LtI pect'd of m, in cases of so delicate a nature .rl

, '<''orP,0; about Ihc enlivening scenes ofGflflZt3IOflI j scientific men. (following paragraph the benediction was p.onounced _I_year. ; _- exhibit certificates (,f cures perfurroed bit vv'j

01Aorl and niassacre which !, which casts a new interesting who is one of our most groom, Stock on hand"Sept. 1, 18n.. .. 7i 9SS can assure (he afflicted, that huiidied of v..ei
rape prelude this black ,; light upon it, will arrest the attention of our respectable physicians Received past week .......1742 I. have been reported to u*. '.hOU1"'td. .
GuM be the necessary broken altars and pros.I I leaders : said stepped np to the worthy divine and I previously ..... 1123W( () where families have been without chiUireriraJter caw*

over Ihft "The : Total!.- 11462)10329: 'I | using a lew bottles rt this invaluable
lampede .. ofihe hnd.sor.h Sanitary Commissioners appointed 0 My dear sir the interesting Exported past wf bare been blessed with fine intdicmw, .j
illstitlillons the Parliament ceremony healthy ofT prir .
1te of llie men whose by of England have made a concluded |( iTo
just previousv..JOU2.Tul r .
the language appears have excited Dr. TovnsciiflsAVonder Mothers and Carried
i it Sarsaparilla.
aspirants of no remarkable! report. It that Cholera you. !..... 100412 843-16 Ladles
cnurtf'II l by political appears Permit me to prescribe" the same lime I and Blessing{ ot the Age. This Extncl of Sarsapirilla has been
and lnfluenzi exprtwry
;Ji* n! S-11'h are the sentiments ; are intimate diseases, both handing him a pill 'hox. on which was a On hand and on shipboard not cleared 14208 20933 I The most f e lrardinar1f'cftcine In -lilt- Wi.rid: prepared in reference to female mplaiM,. Nut

cn: rj n.htaliH'' preparing to Ihrow' Us delighting in the same localities, and that pritten inscription "pro rt nata," which IJ I : This Extract is put up'in Quart Bottles : it i il six female xxhn has reason to suppose she U approach

,ill [ "' ihe politiCal' scale a. 'he next the latter is far lore dangerous than the means, when rendered into our free and i;. EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM AP AACHCOL! times cheaper pleasantrr, and warranted superior ing that critic?] |iucd' Tfic tuna uf lift!"

,1.hl' illln' f'tCIIOn' and is demandina and former. Last November ihe Influenza at- vernacular to be taken according to directions. easy Commencing ht September, ISH-auJ same :I 'lo any sold. If core.- withoutvomiting shonld neglect to" lake it, as it is a tettain prcvenfstive -

re ulrnua'' (rom statesmen| willing| lnffei tjicked in London 500.000) persons, making ." time in 1346.WmTHStt ,puraing; ,keningor 5 : for any of (be numerous and horrible

nz peIgrI treason or |lef2ltp.Vith fu the space of eleven weeks 6,145 deaths II I The good] book tells .- -- --- debilitating the Patient. diseases fo winch femalesare subject at this lire*
wilh :
f1\.e 1J1nll obtain the tin week above the usual number I us that we must return I Pdt I'rev.f I Last The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsi* i.f life. This prir matIf. dtoyntjorttvtralytars '
ailin hilntrlf. in orlrr to cr. greater than the entire an excess I good for evil. Although many inveterate RXPOPTED. .wpef ..ousiv.I TOTAl.18 f ason parilla over all other mediciie.-i K, that while it by vt>iig this medicine. Kvr is it less valuable -

or.llt lpoil.-Xoah's: Sunday 7'imes. the mortality producedby bachelors are of opinion that marriage ] Liverpool .... ..... j. "' ,.35674.3567J-.238, ( eradicates the (ti' ea. p, it invigorates the body. It for those who approaching \womanhood
c: Cholera in the twenty-one weeks during is a questionable blessing still our clergy 1 HavreNantz........ .... .1.. ... .. ....t. .)..t, is one of Ihe very be.-t as it i is calculated to assist nature, tiy quickening

From th' S O. Corn Timesimp0r1"1 ] which it raged in 1832. On examination : man thought that a box of pills .... ...... .1..1.. I IiTrieste .."I'. .. . .. .. SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINES the blood and invigorating the 9\-Mn. Ii.de -dr .
was a sick
(
from 'CIt Cruz.ARJI"AI it seems Cholera is diarrhoea dey.lpft ening return (for his services '. .... ...... .'' .......37301..3730 .I Evpr known; it not on I) purifies the whole $y!- Ihif midifine is invalnabJe fir all the delicate
OF THE TAY Io whether hap. Genoa ...... .i.I .. ... .953 diaje.s
L a monstrous, form by a peculiar stale of tl'm. and strengthens the person, but it creates to which r.otseti arc !1J tfcf.
?' piness or misery was to flow from them. Other ports... ....!. .. .39 .|. .39+1 .
j] Steamer Caplain' the I and rich blood It brjrcsjlie,
Mail .y. atmnouhere. bvno u hole .
Bnuh1 ncciimulated moist exhalation He said -. nttc pure : a power possessed ?}?tem. rei.ws permanent
Thrins Vera (Cruz, arrived al Shit,) Iswrhor *, with sudden changes of did nothing-.whiut could he say ? He 'I, Total to For. Ports...:.4:8J.43U8.!. 5Sj other medicine. And in thi- lies the grand Iy the natural energies i by removirgihe imr'uri.
-
lorP. (r0' Snturdav evening the 20th, Influenza is ihe "cold temperature. something however. He opened the I New york. .... .... ....! .3Jrr, ;.-mifi- secret of its wonderful success. It has performed ties of the body, not so far s'initil.iting' U'O -
anl on Cruz ordinary developed box. "hen-Io and behold six Benton I Roston .... ...... .. ;.16479', within the last five thin subsequent rera'catinnshieh produce
__:d. ii.'. claIr".. from Vera of Tncs- to an epidemic.. Chol ra.. in it* first_. sin_ .Ininl...ft rrt no .. ... Ii.* ..,?_.1__: Prnvidenp."U. .!.13747"n: year, more .IuiOfyocuresot -- -._.. _..__. . i..the case of St
<" .n u.'l'* vIe w. severe cases or oisease aT iea8l /- incoicines taken lor
I
of )lexieo. those nuuutring I. < 'I..u ; lottKJ 't"tIalt.'t'akn .Haf
I"tCil J
lh.from ) ges, readily yields to aromaiirs, opiates, andastringents. In case the good Philadelphia.. .. !. : considered incurable. It has di"t;'e. f
grille 111 late as the man's services should rHUimore ... ....---------"U. .9:1.6 were saved the I lives By using a bottles flf ll.n medicine
i .
14h. awl' QUf'relern Now. having found out the again be ; 2f.iO If than 5000 children the two many severe and
nf'tlielto) later than the dates recei' required, we presume he will not New Oreans... ... )i.J9 911 more during past painful surgical operations may .
Ihrtf' Jay$ cause, we have hut to remove ii, (Io prevent feel particularly: offended if ihe dose is re- Oilier! pri:...:. .. i._::5't( e SPqoflq he pr'vefJff'?. .

jfassiichuse1ts. (he effect ; and knowing ihe cause. we can ieat ed.-P/ziladelp/zia Bulletin. Total Coast wise.. .:..i.!:. .55l.2 10Wo cases of Generl Debility Great. Blessing to Mothers and
which! she brings is of more more .-. .57(611.511 and wan
J 0W> intelligently proceed to the Xcrvous Energy. Children.
The modify ----- TOTAL.-.i.s. .... ... .
Ithan ordinaryt ctitctual mrdirine for

Iht' '47PXCIfl Con rc'ss upon the bodies all beautiful whole system. permanently. To those _h0 have purit\ir (he aiid
,
fjrlion or remove stagnant pools, gem is from the German of Krum- PASSE\GEHS. yj-fcrr relieving the tmflerfngi*
nf Peace. din-he bad' drains lost their muscular enerzy by the effects of mea- atlendjnt "Mlchild irlh
and if
possible, forest macher : ever ds-coverrrf. It
f,?, qiiPStiOfl arrived at Vera Per steamer Lotu5-\\"m A Kain Mr Vincent icine or indiscretion committed in youth or the &trenK_.,, bolb.irc
EnelN" Courier lands awl marshes contiguous fact, to Early in the the Wm S Nell. InI It.tr andhild.. pretenl
The morning, as day began: to excessive indulgence of the pnssions. arid broujht pain and di.-ease
tlie morning of lie Ifitli i jnt., and .:11. as far as possible, the devout Per steamer Q'linc-R dyers Dr iT.crra es and 'r.fie. Iht-f xd,'
away every cause d.iun. father of a family arose Wilson Mr on a general physical prostration (.f the nervous those who have used if think >i

r/.uzon/, down I the imelli ence, hit t he. l hat may engender miasmata." with his wife from their couch and thanked Haduen W oood.-Griffis.PtCCEIPTS -..---. : sy'ternlasitude, want of ambition faintiwc sensations It is highly useful: bffh before and M Indispfrr.bt after confine..
-- !
on2ress" assembled at Querelen.in The important facts are thus developed, ljot for the new day, and for their refresh FROM THE-INTERIOR.Persteimer premature decay and decline, hastening ment, as if prevents diseases afferdant; upon
ttnl"t51h early stages, readily lug slumber. Lotas- 310 bales cotton N J. ease. Consumption can ; Pile Cramp, Sn elf.I .
to
II. PI evident., Pena v PeiM, how- yields to proper treatment, and that i may But (the red glow morning beamed into Debloi; 195 to HarpTite. Holmes; 103 to W A & entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This I ing of the Feet D"' por.iJeiry, Heaitlinrn, VoitI -

frr ti1l nol.l ihe office ofPieside.it. ad be prevented by the prompt and sylematic ihe little chamber where their seven children P C Rain 85 toMacLy &c Kirnbrongh' ; 144 lo Sarsaparilla H far superior to any i ifing Pai-i in the Buck and Loim False! Pain,

S ;tiffin/ 111,1 "'ill efflI Ifi'IIf' I 0 lo "(I Initl ii> 'lie' attention of municipal I bodies to cleanliness, lay in their beds and slept. Consigners of steamer Charleston 5 to Sims & Invigorafinpr Cordial, I Hemorrhage, and in r.cuLtir 2 fh,- sertetioru and

Hern-ra is sufficiently e.lahli .iicd, and the removal ot( such causes of disease Then Cheever. A: it renew and invigorates the system .gives equalizing the circulation it t.lS nlJ equal 1 be
bralihof t the
they gazed at children I
their deliber.- one by Per steamer Quincy-(5 bales cotton In Wm G !I activity to Ihe limb, and strength to the muscular great beauty fhjs tnedicin-i i ii,, if ;I. ll"a4/ safe
wrnableliiin to preside over I :< stagnant water and other kinds of filth, one, and the mother said, They are seven Porter & Co; J 110 B S hawley 141 Macky .V; I sYtitC'rn. in a most extraordinary d. ree. and the lI.ost cltliraltU.f' it nost oucrt'I-fullv.,
with which large cities ire generally cursed. in number alas it Kimbrough.Per few
be hard
tiMe. ; for very casrs '
wil us lo Cured. require \ thr medicii.e iir
11:1\'p'; hen teeeived at Veia Cruz [ find them steamer Notion-COO bales cotton to N J r Consumption > little .
Ltl'rrs -Richml.d Republcan. food. sigh,:d the mother i Debtois. .. Cleanse and Strengthen Consumption can be somi a Cistrr Oil, or Magnesia, is n.f Jul.
tram rl'lil'on..ihle, and' creditable peisons.ai for there was a 'famine: it) the land. ; Per barge Live Oak-f.; bales cotton. cnred. Broichitis, Consumption, Liver Complaint Exercise in the open! air, and light fwd with Ibis

,hf'! f'al; of Governinent. which: slat po i YCc.TAV.-TJe) La Patria has received But the father smiled, and said, .See, do Cn1d, Catarrh Coicli, Asthma, Spit- medicine, will ahvsjs; c->urea safe! and tasy (011-

\'!! lit the treaty will be ratified on I ihe : they not lie I there all the seven 1 And I they ting of Blood S'irene in Ihe Chest Hectic finement.
eihut days later intelligence from Yucatan IN'rIll121; i
25iii;of'h' present 'l1lh.Ve :ire 4'sur'l have all red cheeks, and ihe beams of the ;JIARINE GE XUE.PORT rl'loIh. Night Sweat, Diffirnlt rr Profuse( ExPPCt.itjfl Notice to the Ladies.
rilthatibere can h, nn doubt ufll1l t 1":11 ha.'hefn p.hJshet in I this city, and ihe mjprning stream them Pair: in the Side, &c., have been Those thaf imitate Dr. T'wnt-r.d' Sauapantl3.Ilavt ,
that
itrmetit: presented in that over so (they appear and invaridhlv called their stuff
Ihe 121h in"I. but 15 Ulf'IIII''fi1't'r.. up paper shows OFAPAI.PLCHICOLA..Jun.1.AIUUSTED. can t. cured. a fptat Rtmtdy
On 1t4 uficaiion.. Tlio- opposes' I the ;i pt'Cl of affairs in that distracted COII. lovelier than ever, like seven blooming sl"'tins Blood. fur Fimalts, &c. &.C-, and l have r( pied t or bills
rO f'1 t') roses. Mother that shows us that He who .. and circulars whirh relates to the complaints of
he
Alm..nl"1'ilh I fourteen) PcJf'J'CI, try to even more deplorable than herem- v York, April 2 S. IS-17.
l..f
consist lore. It that a of had creates the morning and sends us sleep is Indiana; frn Dr. Townsend veru.heijeTC thaI Sarsaparilla \"omen."ord frr word-rthcr men who put up .
a4vcite the annexation of Mexico lo appear treaty peace May 27-Bark Watt New York. Jour -
IY1O. Vt '. I O...._ j hern formed but was violated bv the )Indim true. and. unchalgeble. Schr Monterey. Abbleby. fm New Orleans ha- been-. I the- .mtan?, 1'-IIOJ'h, Providence.ot rr medicine*________ ,*.hate.- -, since.I. the- gieat. .Micce. t.>f Dr.. _
llit' vnllf"1 'IiIr. who, on the 7ih inst., entered the And as they stepped from the chamber May 29-:3chr- Louisa Sear?, fm New Orleans. saving my Ire.' 1 nave tor seve, I ,''ars had t H wn"enUf jrsaparuia incocipiainfs iiiciucnt to
U Tifir. li'ip- is ihit: this may be nccnmpii they saw at the door fourteen shoes in a May 30-Brig Pioneer Hearn. fm'N YorK. bad conh. It became worse and \h..,,, \t females recommended I heirs ilf[.(.uh ieviosly -
heJ., in cor.l..r tiiat h..i ih life ;,in.I, property town of Mani.; seemingly) with, pacific intentions row. growing smaller and smaller June IHark.srah She.if, Sand, fm Liverp'l last I raised large quantifies of blood had''' ''I they did nrtA number tf these Mixtures.

t he renileie.l mure secure. hit at twelve o'clock the same day IWo by- June 2-Schr Eloridun. Cooper fm N Orleans. sweats, and was greatlv debilitated and reduced, Pill,, &. ,are ir] iriMis to females, a'thcyaggre-

nut The firt ) have been t.tki-n by the iaUe-1 the .grito," and commenced an in- two a pair for 'each chill The mllhergazed Steamer Flint. Demerell, fm Clown's Ferry. and did! not expect to live. I have only used jour *_*" disease, and ur.dermiriethe Cf-n.-tituticn.
sieps .
I at them, and saw that there Steamer Quincy, Allen, frn Cbatuhoocbee.
of he i and there has Scrofula Cured.
ievUe the taiiff of i-era bloat e massacre ( inhabitants, Sarsaparilla a short time a wonderful -
10 .
)rl'linJonrl's. Steamer Lotus Jones frn Columbus.
This
I were so she
many wept. been wrought in tfleI cprix.afe that
tvhicli than hundretl change am now corclusivcly this
two
dining more proves
which hnwerevet. 40 eerotwill person Steamer Notion Greer fin Columbus.
from per ,
t 115. were to the sword I But the father said. h Mother, why dost !!lc to walk all over the city. I raise no blood, Sarsaparilh has p..r..ct control over the most ob-
.Tlii will have the ejjeeluf put
iledurte'l. < stinafe .
t diiJeascj .
The garrison and inhabitants of the town thou weep ? Have not all the seven received CI .\ltELJ. aid ray cough has left me. You can well imagine f the nl.-od. Three person !
shun'in out of ihe lI1arl.t'llIt'arlJ all the cured in one house i is
; thankful for these results. nnnrerrdeMofj.
mpriran nianuf.icture! Coituns. of Iturbidf! had abandoned: the place ; hut on sound and active feel ? Why, then May 80-Rriz Pioneer Hearn N Orleans. that Your I am obedient servant, Three Children..

From \le'I"J. e learn verbally, licit: their retreat, being exposed to the attacks should we be anxious about that which covers LIST VESSELS IN PORT. WM.: RUSSELL, 63 Catharine st. Dr. Townsen3 : Dear Sir-I have the pleasure .

1.I..ur.lhre.uf the Pa. vol'juletrs, l li.is, been of a large number of Indians, they lost them ? If ihe children have confidence sIft PS. Rheumatism.Thi to inform you that three Itf my children have

1. f.iuntl I ;guilty.AitU'Siirnutinn. tvnty .three killed and eleven wounded, in us, should we not have confidence in Him Marathon Johnson 332 tons, for Boston loading -* i* only one of t.iore thai four thousand been cured of the Scrofula by the ue for jour excellent -

auionitlielii-Jiaim I Mjuii t beM'Ics one hundred and six who deserted who ran do more than; wecancompiehend ?" -N J Deblnis. casfs of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla I medicine. They were afflicted very severely .
See his rises Come then like )Marianna. Ginn 3d9 tons, fm New York, waiting has The .t and chronic with had Sores have taken
the whites h.l! Utely I'cllfI.llJe.lr Onba.. IH the road, leaving the commander with sun it -Master cured m severe : only Icur bit-

Tlie t-vieni of ih' lUnia:e lone we do not! only sixty men. Numerous other towns let us begin our day's work, with a cheerful 1 Canton, Packard, 415 tons, for Boston loading cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary under tIcs;'it took theta away, for wLiclkl feel iaj I also been .the countenance." Il.irper fc Holmes! virtues. great obligationYours
h'.loIlI.lllI..t Ka\e dm' I I."i capinred by insurgents.
I hut
kti'iw, un they ennviral
The commander of the sta'ioned at Thus they spoke and toiled at their labors St Lawrence, Bower.? -151 tons, fm Itobion. wan James Gumming*, Esq one of the a-sistants resjv-ctfullv
,
\ families (ut. heir tii 1111" troops and ing-T I L Mitchel. in the Lunatic Asylum BlackwellV Iand.Is the ISAACV CitAlN I lOG \\"(.(-Ier."t.
Fr..m.era Cruz llip) D)'\r "j< nfuul liillfMipnifmre. ; the village of Iturbide, did not abandon that God blessed the work of their Probua 1)0.r_, 617 ton j. for TOIIII.n.I.hn1"- ',.ll.mun spoken of in the following letter: OJainioui oC Pby..iL"i.a.

Tbe'telloir. fei>r i is- very bad. place until after a vigorous combat with the hands and lu.y had enough to spire: they I M Wright. Black well's Mand Sept. 1 J.I 547. Di. Townsend is almost daily receiviM* orderi.,

;n.l many deitbs holl'e "r'ured. When. the ll"It"-. the Yunatanese forces consisting and their seven childien ; for faith gives llob't Fultoo Wade, 560 tons, for Liverpool Dr.'l'nwnsei.i Dear Sir : I J have suthreth t I'r. from Physicians in di&rer.t paitsof the Union,'

7'rv 'I..fi.' )Ir. H'p'' sutler in ibu, :irmy." of only 200 SOlllll"'V 0rti,. strength and courage, and love elevates ihe loading-I M Wright.! rihlv for nine years. ..t hc. Rheumatism .' con- This i is to certify Ih..te., tie undersigned.

;;lorm'Tly of Si Lllai.IS d 1ing.. Capl.Junlan. In.li.m's numb..rec several thousands.hours.The lightwas :v.'. Sheaf Sands,SIRQLES.Sarah 401 tons, fm Liverpool waiting siderable walk. I had cf the the time utmost t.distre,-I, not. eat' 'deep I or Physicians of the City of Albany, have in numerous -
maintained for .
crib'd Dr. Townsend's !
U. :. Q. )1. hI1IIJl't'IJ ill, but is now TIIEPOST OFFICt: APPRurll.'. ... -Master iimty terribly swollen: 1pains. amid eases pre- auaparill3.
The statement made yesterday ili-t; twenty Indiana. watt, 235 tons, for Boston. I"-1'- "IOU U'Tf.n..were -'' U C'done and believe it to be one of the ittw-t valuable preparations '
(""IIff'nn:. engaged in removing now pending in Congress, appropriates! Si?.- ,I J l1t'hl", 'BubtonIoadRobert m-re inifriLSarsaparilla 1 and the) in the market. :
st.-irted for llie rity of "fs.I. of all nations. were sliitvs. uU.- ", If\! '\ tun tor .. _: .
fnf'ral K'l-arnv .;JO '/0. .fur. rr.tnrllnn in SIf:11 __.. :: h .j r. 1:1- ? VSi wars. worth ni. I no nr-T T V T'.
fimilies from the is not cor- .n u.oJ unn 7': I"U. l on out cii ijuiij .V u"" 'fi" lU ''" II. I' I'l 1.41"J. .I. U.J.
Mexi'-o l i;:;:nn Sjiuriiay;;;;; eiemng.' ili- 13i't' withan ; country assisting I between New; York and Bremen, S400.000 ; Watt, Jobns-on, 491 tons, fin Liverpool. efit of the afflicted. WJL.-ON \1. D.
On the fullou-ing liOOirmtp M'Ct. Th. only vessels "employed in Post Masters 81.075.-() waiting-Ma-ter r: u L' '\I D
r rorl. day vessels of for compensation 10 Yours respectfully Albany April I. "..
the Yurainncse were Burtel Mclntire 21S fm New York
dst ion i i.ul j' Spnisl tons, waiting J MKS CUMMINGS. .
heir inii
siarie'l alter linn t vessels in question 000 ; and for clerks in offices [in the offices -Master.Covenanter Caution.

klOA n pneiiivt-Iv.; but isnd: ihy are war. The twenty-eight small merchant of( Post Masters] 8230.000, and besides (Br ) Patterson, (G12 tons, frn Liverpool Fever and Aitc. Owing to the great sucoerf anJ immense sale

;n'tnfltd' for the rity uf Mevico. The object consisted of 'twenty-four these, there are many minor items. w'1ilinJ Day fc Co. i Dr. Townse d's Sarsapanlla i is ue'ualled incases of Dr. To'.vrisendd Sanajianllj, a r.unlhcr of men

ot tlie Coinmander-iri-Chief; in I ihtis incrfasinj crafts of Yucatan. .. Dauntless, (Br.) Johnson. (iS9 tons, for Liverpool. : of the Chills and Fever ann Ague. The who were formerly our Agents have mciercetl
A leter: to the Patria, dated Sisal, the -- --- -- -- ---------- loading- A \ I' C Kaia. : follo'vinsj letter i is only one of hundred* that we making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Eii irs, Litters! Extracts -
armed, force the, benrmi
itir e cal only 10th ue May. states that the Indians are in Most Extraordinary Work BRIr. I have received from the South and Wet of like ot Yellow Dock, &.c. They pei.emlly put
."l. The s troops now remaining I in Selma Smith 407 tons, fn New York, waiting
,
: actual of an entire extent of THE l character. it up in the same shaped bottlt' : and some ct'
Vera Crur. are only the FirM, I Ilegiment of .h possession from Cilari Io Cape Cotoche.. and MARRIEDVOIAN'S Master. Oswesjn. Mich., Oct 22, 1547. them have stele and copied our adwrlis inent.s,
.artillery, autl the LOUI&MII.I Battalion. The (:country) Dr. Townsend Dear Sir-T purchased l tot my
Chico. The writer --- - : they are only worthies i init tior.s, and sLulitd[ : be
'parture of (;lenrral Kearny has placedCol. from lhre lo Hat-alar- ultimately PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.BY Notice. wife two bottle* of Sampor la! of yo'"r Asent, avoided.

Henry Wilsan in C'linaiand at Vrer.iOut. adds that thin whole Peninsula "il DR. A. M. MAURICEAU, BENJ. HOWARD is my authorized Mr. McNair, of Kalamazno to try it for the Fever Principal Office -FULTOX Ftrett.Sim

f.11 into their hands unless foreign nations PEOKE W5R OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. CAPT. during mv ab,nce from I he State.'JOHN and Agu Before I had finished the first Building, X. Y.; Redding & Co., S State street,

A/cw ( before the Tay a jiarv come to the aid of the suffering inhabitants. Sixth Edition" ISmo pp. 250. Price $1- w. luncocK. bottle, it appeared to warm the bl.od, and every I.-sri-n ; D\ott & Sor.s, 1S2 North Seocrd trC'd,

< ofofliceis days ascended, ihe peak Ail of .Orizaba. In the c-.ipitil; not I.s! tlr-m 100.000 .- TWENTY-FIV1-THOUSAND: COPIES SOLD Apalachicola, June I I. lS4s. other diy, when the Chills and Fever appeared Philadelphia' ; S. S. Hance, Diu'git Gallirt'.rt';
;
( souls are collected, and large numbers '- I they were less violent ; and before she had fin- P. M. Cohen, Chan1stonVmhcht i Ac. C >-, li
;nd pUntedireef, NO.; 103 South Pt'arll'lrt'd,

al an t1f'r.linl I (JOt() 1 leet.Ooiwnwlore swelling the population. The means of Years of suffering, inf physical and mental anguish WM. H. HUGHES is my Agent during she was much better than she had been bfjjbre Albany ; and by all the principal Drujgi.-t.s and -

Perry lias" his bnia-1 1 pennantflun them from the. country are tot.illv to many an affectionate wife,and pecuniary absence Ironi the State. : -he look the Ague. A lady that had been very Mtrchaiits generally I hrcugr.rnt the United Static

; from the (frigate Cuinltrltind, Cipi. ti-in<-portitig difficulties to the husband might have been HENRY G. GL'YON. sick with the Chills and Fever but had broke We t Indies and the Can dds.

3 mon, and was l\mg in the S. \\". cli.iii- insufficient.The has work.It _Apalachicola__ __ _May 23, IS'lS. them with Quinine, and was leW in a very weak For sale holesale and retail hv
of this
in Mexico ac by timely
British )Minister spared a o"tsion U troubled exceedingly
ar.d
and di-tressmi
ii'l tiff Vera CruzThe sfjuidron; was enjoung NoticedIN state H. F. BELL,
cepted: on the put; of his country, S the offer I is intended especially for the married, or with the Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had May 25, isisio-tv pnchicola. .
excellent health.!
has pursuance: of the provisions ff> I t',e C\nslitlJ- ._ _
Yucatan sometime since, and ; it discloses important she sent and procured a few bottUs --- -
made those contemplating marriage, as on my wile
The A'uericm In schooner KcconnrtiMtirtJus by of the State, notice i id hereby given that PROSPECTUS OF THE
possession of the ai.d it restored her in few weeks to complete
lake a
vent frigate lo secrets which should be known to them citizens of intend
certain
been Florida
rizil iit Tu[ fur njfaKe persons applying .
'pan h.I"I: I Amigo del Pueblo, of Cam- health. Your Sarsaparilla is without doubt ui-- -FLORID.'J.'EJIPEUANCE '
manifnit. She bl .. wtlitlnve.. in country. The particularly.: to the next General Assembly of the Stale, in diseases incident to the Wet, and ifynn AND -

ibis.has riiy." A g-'iiileinao 'If tins el)'. wl'J'' peachy The ,British pnbli-hes)Minister the following residing: in Mexico Truly, knowledge is power. I is health, for ate an, citizens act incorporating of Florida who them may, and become their asoc4 united? equalled think that Ibis communication will be of use AgriculturalAdvocate.. _

iery lately ben in Tampiro.. and who has (he Governor of the Stale, happiness, affluence. with them for lie purpose, by I he name and style you are at. liberty to use it as you choose. A weekly paper to be published in Quiwy, Fa .
cam' in T ; f'pli.cf.n Yours respectfully,
II pasvnger Ih. I lunching 5 offer simultaneously made by The revelations contained in its pages have of tue" Bank of Commerce"-s..if incorporjlion CHARLES H. SWAIN. BY C. JCI4.\N BARTLETT. '' .V

ItJ'SII lixiug i in I 11.1 plae) ". >t.iicdtu ih" latter I the United States. England and proved a blessing to thousands as the innumerable to possess banking powers and privileges and its S Mouth. -
bun ifpe.urf was ,1.clIt'.J; |h"I\C.| MIbe II and of capiti.1 stock to consist of not more than $-230,000. Canker in the THE proprietor cf the Qui.vc* TIDIES, under
United Stales .Mexico Spain, of the dominion sovereignty letters received by the author will altet. Below is an account of another child saved
HIL they would should be Ma} 4 IG-tf the repeated solicitations of hi* ;I'aronoi.110 are
resolution Yucatan on condition that she Here also female-the wife the mother, Townsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the lives the Inet.ds of
get up a again!( .Iu I..te country which every mostly comprised among: Temperance
and declare ih'mteltes saved from the ruin and destruction the one either budding into womanhood, or the The Protection Insurance Co. of of tbon;ands of children. The following two Agriculture and other mdcitnal; interests

Their scheme is to unite with independent.ihe Stales ihieatens her existence ana free and civilized one in lie decline of in whom nature con New ICI'scy.THE certificates are selected from a great number received of Society, has ceteriuinod to dcvt.te his Journalmore

of $ nation. An English frigate of war years subscrib r being appointed by the above this week. exclusively to the objects ir.dicattd: by tie
San Tainauhpas Lni Coahuila.. Zacatecas.: and which arrived al the Island pf Carmen templates an important change-can discover the their :ent for this city, i is now New York, April, lS.t1. new I title he has assumed.The .

*.and declare for a Republic-invite the official communication from causes symptom,and the most efficient remedies, prepaifd to take Fire and Marine Risks Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir-One of my childrenwas Editor hat confcr.ted- make thii change
brought
..tU.few_ I),ho....1 usa t rid_ AUlen'iUs to .join in will .iti. MiniIf. which arrived yesterday in and most certain mode of cure, in, every complaint May 11 1, 1S4S. THOS. L. MIT JHF.L. -,. very. .sick, .1 with I u..L a Canker___. in.i.lil"the; Mouth Tm.. ,.and.... mil si> niuch,with! !expectation of pecnnlaiy
.., ??. I nroar, anenuc-u wim ir.u t.c..J ,
Dj mocking up tile mountain British t gain, as with the desire cf exerting a salutary
the
p."". brai offibe foe at all points, and this city, having been) sent by I to which her sex is subject. Tax Collector's Police.TAX near dying. I obtained some of your excellent i moral' influence thn.nghcnt our ertwintj! Plate, 0'

oonllJelIuico fo acknowledge her as an Vice.Consul in that Island. The letter was j On the receipt ot.One Dollar, the Married payers are hereby notified that all taxes medicine and it cured it directly .or which I in regard to subjects which he holds! of all i th-
the
indfpeent| nation.; Their though sent by express lo the Governor of Woni-n's Private Medical Companion" will be the city must be paid by the time prescribe assure you I feel very grateful. er?. to be of paramount Jrapc-rtsnce .
plan i know that the Minister has by the ordinance pissed by the City Yours, respectfully
wild State bin we of 4he Unitfd The cause of Temperance the interest of
bag ; ;
host to part I I
ont. mailedfree
a of who hay sent ( ) any
I" before his Counc.1 if the law will be sfrlclellforced.. ELIZABETH FOWLER 27 Desbrosses-st
IICItrs. determined lo lay ihe facts gov npt Agriculture ; and home industry, in all it te rfl -
r'en cone so far ns .Io .Iill:11 fl hi IR critical of Slates. AH letters must be addresed, post-pail l, JAS. T. FARRIOR Fits Fits and vaticties
ihe position Fits ,i ions -will be 'h objects to which;
( fancy .ir, with the letters R. S. M.. eminent explaining M. Maurireau, Box New Yok City Tax Collector. his
A.
Yucatan and ihe absolute necessity of to Dr. 1'2. D. Townsend not having tested Sarsaparilla the attention of the paper will be principally directed

KejiuMic ol Sierra Madre) and to nominate effectual assistance. The Minister City. Publishing Office, 120 Liberty-street New- Mr.EDVARDrCULLY is authorized in rates of Fits, of course never recommend ; and as connected ivith these interes-t*,

Gto. Shieldi au" President.: prompt and that he ,' not ilouM that the York. May 4, 16-t' agent for the collection of Taxes during mv absence ed it, and was surprised to receive the followingfrom and as bearing upon them, and as influencing, ,
i ;adds "e consideration from the Slate. J. F FAIiRIOR.Maj an intelligent and respectable Farmer in them a review of foreign ard'd6tnestic markets,
into
THE FoiEics COMMKRCIAI. S Y""5.-The En:liili Cabinet will lake Notice. IS, ISIS. Westchester county : will not be overlooked. i :j4'-
-Ne. York the offer of the possession and governmentof "Fordham August 13, IS41. The cf the
Tribune .ijs :- lime that he late firm of J. Stevenson & Co. hiving 'Viuc.C importance objects and the aid
** ''w foreign new is generally consider ( the Peninsula. at the same THE dissolved by the decease of Jtshua Claret received Dr. Townsend : Dear Sir-I have a little girl which a well conducted newspaper could afiord
*d will necessary succor to preservfi. indebted the sauifirn are ) DOZ. superior Table Claret per I of "who has been several years them which could not be
'er, r.orible.rrhe! decline in bread ; :forllhe Stevenson, al those to 5 schr Monterey, and for sale by seven years age are questions hilly discussed -
M hut theimprofp.g11 it that menace ie requested make payment, and lhos laving McCULLY Water st. I afflicted with Fits; we tried almost everjthlngfor in a paper of this sort ; bj it will be our
tuti depressing eRer.t here. canJtrs I IS E Y, 50
with May
although
, The heads government hi,1 claims to preent the! same. her, bot without success; at last, we purpose to explain and enforce them, in artic s
hsin incutotl| anti he{ considerable drawn :Tecul and returned lo the The stock of goods pn hand are offered fur ;ale could find recommendation in our circulars for criminal, and selected which may appear in cur .

eii doing was a very jjood feature. fron and quiet at low prices.for cash only. New Orleans Sugar. cases like hers, we thought, as she was in very : cl.lnmns .
The piv*te letters do not peak tery buoy capital-all efforts to secure proved peace fruit ess. T. H. AUSTN/; 5 HHDS. prime N. 0. Sugar, receiver per scbr1I0nteryand delicate health we would cive her some c>f your The Editor of the Tf.itpEHA ADVOCATE

auiIy!' lint they represent the dale of trade with the Indians having de la Patria Surviving partner J. Stevenson t fo.ApalachiculaxMay for sale"by Sarsaparilla. and are very glad we did, for it pot will not in any degree interfere with party polio
.
El HIJO
,I Joally improving. both in England od A Camneacbv papers of2000 inhab.iants. 25, 18-IS.- 19 May 18 E McCTLLY, 50 Water..st.For only restored her strength but she has had no return : tics. The events of the day tie passing. occurrences .

enl the continent. Money continued very stales that upwards from the I of the Fits, to our great pleasure and $Itr- of the week he yyill.noltcjvviyh as much
who had been compelled lo fly NNot1cc. / Providence. prise. She is fast becoming i rugged and beauty, truth and
pleat; ?> London. In American stocks there Kland CANTON, impartiality l as'trie nature of t tb*.Wfe'
' ( invest- Peninsula, had I taken: refuge in the persons bait\ claims against th// estate THE fast sailing' ship for which we feel grateful. will admit. He believes hirr."tli"Jo befrdeTotn! .
1. moderate business doing or there ALL master having the greater por-
ihe of Coziimel. andYormed' a settlement Daniel W. FauXat. decease are quire Packard will have I Yours, respectfully, nil Varly bia, and he will erdearor thus .to pre- ..
II ,
ratel.rr.he : engaged
met previous supply on ,tion of her cargo
> to prosper. thesame w.'rv' rmr- JOHN BUTLER Jr. the columns of his .
alr beginning to thp p serve _.
which is ady present paprahly -
: ___ Cf 200 bales cotton
there For freight
tarkt was m der le. Jo !Havre was else they Kbarred of quirk dispatch
Thft same paper has tie loiiowing. hv law or wi i-e ver. Female ITIcdiciue. Th-Eilitcir prol'QjQeldar .v .J CC'f'r: -

much a-tuiiy in trade. ,bu't'prices wcre There arc no longer any rancheros re- T. H. AdcApalaehieola.'MayJgtjojy apply toMayll HARPER & HOLMES. Dr. Townsend's Sfarsaparilla i is a sovereign and his. paper from its prrfent size. at.d (im".. .
.
rm. The French :.funds were improving. in the Yalahan. as the ., ,. speedy cure for Incipient Co'istunptinn, Barrenness other irnvroveiRente, should the p&JrViauthi 3 C. .d
--
,Bank of Franc share's! liad improved-20 mainiiK' icnilyof destroyed every- Guava To JLct. Prolapsus Uteria, .r Falling of the Womb, riie it. '. .

franc*, and the Bank of Franc'l notes were Indians have Thursday there were some Zf\ DOZ. Guava Jcl, d fa boxes, THE House lately known as the" Dew Costiveness. Piles, Leucnrrharc; or Whites, obstructed TVrrnt of Stl fri'('/"fiJT'"r7-SpH- *ainuin a-

OBji! per ceni. discount for specie. The thing. On holy 'vessel at .the Isle of J ol-. OU just received direct fro mJa- for sale .|J|| Drop." Possession given immediately.. or difficult Menstruation. Incontinence in advance'of"three; .r clotKurVoff' not". _paidjadvance. -'
'
small '
.accounts from th* continent generaty speak fugitive, in a were in,.eon-. bT EMgp.v.March Inquire of: WM. HONK, of Urine or involuntary discharge thereof and '" :. i '*

.:,fa t cwfidence.slight improvemeot" and slowly return- bas fusion on the tb._ Indians coast wheo appeared" bfy; and they bac i.I 15 50\terst. May H.. i'j WJItr.st. for the general proitntion; of the !)'tcm-no Quincy, Fa., May IT, lcjf:'*' .)'c-.lU*'. .


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S -=-p--_. _._ _. -:-:'- -.-. ---.. = --- - ---AMENDMENT--- -TO--THE- -- -- P I THE WHIG BIIGL ."' '- -1 1I I Rt iiN iJ. Dry Goods FRESH ARRIVAL OF -" .
I
Military Fire Caps and Fire ___ THE subscriber ofer sae a large and sea- Drugs, 'Medlclne'. .
Flo
of
Constitution of the State in Palifw.
I stock Dry consisting Dy -
.Bucket Manufactory. FOR TilE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN Franklin Circuit Court.JohnW.Rinaldi.Comprt Gods ,.
T. URATACAP. continues to manu- rida. I OF 1&18. I IDaniel i part ofNegro THE underiiRnedIp :

HENRY I -Jl 'his old stand No. ;392! Hioadway.TS'ewYurk i I ; Kerseys and Linseys his friend and .rtQfb'

the following arlirl p: Militaiy Caps, Proposed and agreed to by the third General Only FIFTY C'EJYTS foriic ''Campaign. /?' i }i In Chancery.his White and Red Flannel liberal! patronage and QbJc .
action the next Smithiind Ann "
of Ltidy
"Belti' Body and Breast Plate, Caitridze Boxes, Assembly: subject to the j Bangups and that he i now 7,
Wires Scabbards Saddle Genfrallssembl1' The undrsigned proposes to commence the pub- wife Rei'P t9UPON J Super plain black and fancy Casameres, al supply, reei.in'a
Priming to
Knapsack is fci.
Kue lication'of a paper to be called THE WHIG reading thi. *egiig'atl1da'vit, it or. Super English and French Cloths, stock, renders his assortmentand -
Moths!, HoHeis Bridles,Gun Casts, Caps AN ACT to amend ,the 12th Clause of the 5lh BUGLE," at Hamburg, Pa., on the 1st of April that service of the foregoing bill be Whitney Blankets, 11 and 12qrs complete. English, French 1
Skin & & 1 .
Bear Caps ( .o. I
!Military an f Fire Companies about forming or Article of f the Constitution ot'thi. State, so that next, to'be continued weekly untilafter the Presidential perfected on the defendants in said bill mentioned Dufi1Hankets.8. 1 qrs. American Drugs; Cosmetic*; C
?
contempljlc chan itu their Umfortn-!, can be the doilies of the Circuit Courts shall hold, Election, at the low price of FIFTY by publication in theTCommercial Advertiser We i', 10t 1 and 12 V9' and Druggists Glass ware &c., 4C tt"
the
addressing the their offices for term of eight years instead of i CEJVTSJrr theCattlpnign. 4I _or some other newspaper published in teru Denims, Kremlins and ('ottonades. to Physicians Country MCrharl'.ar4' -
with Pattern Caps, bf
supplied Iho mt n-.ixnn- during good behavior. I The WHIG BUGLE will be similar in appear- District for the space of four months re.jui. Brown Shirtln and Sheeting the most liberal terms-all of which o
a Svt nt the shotted notice, on 1. He it enacted by the Senate and I said defendants to appear and answer said : he, ,
M. I0-6t. SECTION ante and spirit to "The Clay Bugle published ring Cotton Ojiiaburgs ;pure and unadulterated.
nhle terms._ *yji. .-- I House of Keprefentatioes of the State of Flu- j by 1 the undersigned in'the campaign of I is-I-I, and, bill, otl1l'rwice that.the sime be taken pro coi-: Cotton Drilnand: Ticking, H. F.

'. Cotl e. nda-in Central .dsseinbliconvened, That the I i as is name indicntes, will be especially devoted fesso GEORGE S. HAWKINS. Judge, &c. Linen Cuton I Wholesale and ABEL

"1 ti'' KS Rl" H."ana, and St. Domingo 42th Clause ot the 5th Article the Constitution I I! to the dissemination of Whig PrinciplesU will Apri12I1h.1819. Irish Linen Shin ing and Sheeting, I 45: Waur t i

JOO'! c, tor sale low by ot this State host* amended as to read as follows[ advocate the ,nomination uf the gallant GiMie'ral A true copy. WM. VALLE\U, Clk. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting. i Apalachicob Nor. 21, 1S46. I _

D.c23 1-: \1 'CTTU.V. viz: That at the expiration the resent term ZACHARY TAYLOR for the Presidendy but May _t 1G.tmiaiiibeiS English, French and American Prints .
___.__ ._ __ __ IIV
u oliire of the the Circuit Courts with
u of
ol Judgesof nominees
will yield a hearty support to the At Extra juper plain and twilled Ginghams, Drugs and reijIE
,Vines' e. C(1usnnlC'uf. the exception hereinafter mentioned Justices of r the appropriate Whig Convenlio1 s for President APALACHICOLA DEC.'69,1847. Super Cashmere d'Ecosse THE subscriber i U... \
(
; icceived l't"M ship :Mariann.i, an-I 1 for the Supreme Court and the of the Circuit ad *
rUST Judges Vice President a-.d Canal'Commissioner.Th. Carnochan Plaintiff Extra super| Muslin de Laine 1_ constantly haveonhard; V, ,'
I low for cash- Courts shall be elected for a term of eight years ., Whiz candidate for the Presidency in John M. )) I English. Scotch and American do. ass-rtment of DRTr *..1.i .*.>.

10 baskets Hied.irk ChaTnp.ijrn' *'. andjshJl hold 'ther: offices for that term, unless 1818 1 is already designated in many of.the Stales K.Viker; and I So per Italian black and figured Silks, CINES, wilir "

fi cases old Pale Port U'mr. sooner removed under the provisions made in this of the Union-and ZACHARY TAYLOR is the George, Mary Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs ot bewi\
the State of
of C
ft I' SanderUnV, u Constitution for the removal of Judges by address hoice of a very large majority of the American hi:.wife.James E. Bettner I Bill for account Super English and Ponnee Silk Hkfs and ltl. 'r !

10 IC Duff Gordon Sh, rn'ri,),'. or impeachment; and for wilful! neglect ol duty, p eof le. This preference for the Old Hero 'is Florida his wife, of the t[ and partition.State English and American Cotton Hkfs, to their advantage to call,rX Plnleril I

1U .' old E.,-t India Madeih U'Jm' or other reasonable cause, which shall not be i b oth natural and right; for it is founded in a and Ann and Madras and Verona head HkfsLidies' Goods, before purchasieg elsew here. FM :d
of New York
4' ., (:IJ Sicily MadiiiaVitu-, In sufficient ground for impeachment the Governor grateful; sense of long and distinguished services the Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, N. B. Physician's prescripti ,
ot FlU T.
Jane McMasters,
March 2 ---------E--MriTU.Y.For .-. -. shall remove any of them on the address of two rendered on the field of battle whera he has displayed State of South Carolina, J Super Satin Marseilles &Worsted Vestings care and accuracy at any hour r-f the daf I,,

Silo. thirds If the General Assembly ; Provided however courage, humanity, and'judgment of the Defendants. Cotton and Flax Threat, J. C.

IJBLS H.I.V, IIOA iaiicSing iioni si; Hi Flori- That the cause or causes shall be stated at highest order. affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor t that Plain and fi'd checked Muslins-, March 21 Cor. Centre aid: ALi ur
:r\5 Ji Applv t" length t in such address and entered on the Journals The fame and services of t he all\nd Ol.i Rough UPON Defendants menTione-l said Bill do Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, Corn'rt
1:1. in 1 1
FLYNN
DJC-:t 'X-rtLlWR() STONE & Co. of each House. 3nd Provided further and Ready are fresh and National, and hJ found reside 'within this Circuit but within the Needles; Pins Tape &c. &c .

.----- .- --- --- .- -- That the cause or causes shall be notified to the a deep response in all hearts. He has already i I not States It is ordered that notice of the Which have been elected with great care in (Late. T. CL-RK) V',.
United :
I..ctnftl Syrup.11J Judge intended to be removed and he shall been formally ninated by the Legislatures and' in"titulinn of this suit, and the filing ot'the New Yo'rk and Bostorifrom Itaportersand Agentsof BOOT AND SHOE '4
1 H \Y':"; s'ii'i-iu.r l 1.'u..11 ";'!lIi'; j-K' 1PI e..iHI be admitted to a hearing in his own defence before Stat conventions of a number of States, ami Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates and MAKF. IH
amended Bill he given in pub
for such removal shall and in of thousands ftf his in their some newspaper CONTINUES orryjii'tiiem Ri.
I'-r sili-liv any vote pass : oy tens countrymen of four are now offered wholesale or unfavorable to
f'trb HI" IJKUilerii .. such the shall be taken '' dnd* assemblies His nomination by the lished in the Circuit for the space, Sl,!
17 l \ ; cases vote by >' primary terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. 4 in ApalachicoJi J
._. 0- _____ f caC" House months,and if; upon due proof of the appearance 'sue
nays and entered on the Journals Whig National Convention is now regarded as Dec. 30, 1947. 41 Water street. eC'tyHrtelinCewJlconfident :
\%'"'. fi'roisnu. respectively. pretty certain; and in that event his election i is of said notice in some newspaper so published Having IJr

DiTIS n "' i. ") 'I" di, L '\Vni-koy, SEC. 2. P* if further enacted That the Judges' .sure by an overwhelming majority. He has for t the time rnentio-ied, the said defendants do A CARD. that all who Slptrll'rkllln.may patronize, fomi. Ii. ,. !',

.ST. c'l.ii'ij i 1.ll'im.1.la.p..rk, Ine. appointed under this amended Constitution the not appear to said bill by the next ruleday.which find have T'
Ktr, an ( fairly, honestly and gallantly earned highest Subscribers lake this method of inform- tha they catted aT-the tight ..
1111 t .rm !, B tc..II.I t Il.I.1i'. ..i ."".1 SlHlli. (! .... iur shall be divided tiy lot into four clashes. The honors of the Republic, and a grateful people shall come after twenty days Irom the expirationof THE the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi- Calf Skiir, Motrtcco. and Patent : "' i'
t n I.r.r..f-n.: t .. firs t class shall hold his their office'or offices said period of four months, it is further or- Cr
'I1t" liv or wilt not withhold them. cinity. that they have now on hand a very neat Boots and Shoes made to order ct the

_I.::,.,.._."l: e..,. _\V4. .t-r_anil___!_(_*l,.'.-tii'it_ _:1.t tGitiiva ._._ fur the term of two years, the second for the term Gen. ZACHRY TAYLOR is our first choicefor i. dered that the same be taken as confessed and well seleted Stock GOODS, which will be mo t approved -tyle. Also. Patent tt., Lii'

-- Jollies. of four years the third for the term of six yeais; the Presidency but we pledge our zealous against them.GEO. sold low, cnnsi.tin in part as (follows: ter Boots and Shoe made in a superior lhtC, a-i,
,
S. HAWKINS &c. .
-'t'lt .iv.j
1li1r. a.iJ t"<>i ?sali l h) I [Paed the Senate by the Constitutional majority Convention regarding unanimity of feeling and Solici'ors.A Fancy Print, do. 'do. lected assortment of Ra,ly Made B ior?,a 5! r'

D.c 23 E : ,' December 20. 19-17. Passed the House ol concentration of effort as essential to success. Alapaca Lustre; do. Fignred- and Brogans. All menci"&c..Jrlfw h I.

---- .- I Representatives, by the Constitutional majority And should TAYLOR CLAY, SCOTT CLAYTON Dec True Copy. WM. VALLEAU Clerk. Silks, Frodt Ryne, ne-ss and Iemai that lb o. .1,
30. 50-4
c. Ih. January G, 1843.] or any other distinguished WhigStatesmanbe m 'o. Montella tail to he recognised as 1n kasping with F '

9 mrr.Whik! ( '; II) bbN Mol.i--p-: All Florida papers will publish provided not selected by that body, he will receire our cordial Franklin CircuitCourt. do. Satin Striped petition in trade ar.d the clo.crei' of tt 1 ) ,
1 tierce RTCC, 111"trpc',1 and fur jlf 1 by more than $20 is charged. enthusiastic Tht union The and Dec.
i.J and support. of President Directors Fancy Cashmere Robes Apa11chicul., 9, 1 1317. "j.&,] :
J.m.j R. M.-CUU.V. .r.OV4tP) st. April 27,1818. 15-Gm. the sake the will be \ : f .
the Whigs for of Union the Bak of Pensacola, In do. Merino 'do. i i i i tmf .
Snntf. Hardware-- Ship Chandlery, &c. out motto-dur candidate the nominee of the vs. Ofl Chancery do. Delaine do. Vnderivood 4: Caiglr, ,

and, tJr..lhllin! ImttUA and blad- rOHE Subscribers! hive on hand for sale- Whig National Convention. Hiram Manley' and others. Mu.lins. India Book rijinE3 m I.:

.SCOTCH:t received and t'r sale byhV J. LOCKS assorted Butts, Screws, Hinges, Each number oT TrtE WHIG BUGLE will contain At Chambers, March IS 19. doSwi.s, Luce and Colored 9 :
II: l F .\lU:1.- a J/rge fund of POLITICAL and GENERAL reading the Bill and fixhibits file.1 in Edgings, Lisle Cap and Thread tPECTFT.LL Y.'uert hj _
7 __ ___ ___ __ Handsaws, Mi'lisaws Crosscut do, Planes, infused UPON service of said :. ulpak I'
u INTELLIGENCE there will be It is ordered that Damask Silk
cause Shawls
10_. .vn'onu Sl,ecUh, Compasses Augers, Gi inbiets.Chils Brace, through its columns that life{ and spirit-fun and bill be perfected on Hiram Manley.'- one of the do. Marino 4 cola, and the county pf "r.n
S\J.'Jalld etticient rCI."-,!} foi uuiiiu! lor and Bitts Rules, Bevels Squares, Broadav-rf in the ''ineof tehVw
A Hammers philosophy-wit and wisdom that will be calcu. defendants who appears from the affidavit filed do. Plaid Wool fn"olly.
-
sale; by Ship do, Collins' do Adze Hatchet
d..5teelyart1s, lated to stamp: [ Tt as a spicy and interesting sheet. herein to be a recident of the Middle District ot Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves -- fessillr Having irumthlj.! rmunication V.J
b
F'ct 3 .J C .\ ..UN. ,Shutter Hangings! Blind :
.--- - ---- -- Counter Scales Platform -1". Colton d"Kitcncn We are determined to make the BUGLE the most Florida by publication in the newspaper published Tuskan Gip ey Bonnets, latest fashion '' with the print,.

The (a litu"t' Elixir.CERI.N Ware ,Table rullery, Shovel and lively, spirited and efficient Whig paper at the in the city of Apalachicola for the spaceof Ribbons in all varietiesBrown Northern cities, they will bee

:.'ta.dti. ,& chill anJ lev't-r, for Fire Irons., **'. Capital of the State two months, requiring said Manley to be and Shirtinir, 7-', -1-1 and 3-1 bled to furnish theirpatrons
Tongs _
A salf'hy I BLACKS IlTHS' Bellows. Anvils Sledges, We roll upon the Whigs of Pennsylvania, and I appear before the Court on thp first Monday in Bleached do. 7-3, -.4.4.1.4 and 11-4 _. times with I he NEWEST AcDj

Fob 3 .1C ALLEX. "ces, Screwplates, Stocks and of the Union, to give their aid to this enterprise June next and answer said bill otherwise the Blankets, 6-4 and '-. TEST PLATESOF I FAHI'.r'c,.Ttd -.
Hammers
: '- Files, Ra &.c.IRQv Let the blasts of THE WHIG BUGLE be heard in same will he taken pro cont'esso as to him. Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting nvmtliJfi, showing at a vine the niott }*/1
fps
Diengs
SAId OIL, jiiit receive4l.afld: fur sih by -i>xvcec 3i English and American assorted. every part of the country rousing the gallant GEORGE S. HAWKINS Judge &c. Carpet Bags able Style* of Drt.i.i, which will be a '
1 t7 II. I F: ,AREU advantage to a l fashionable .
community.N'
$ : roundflat and square Band.IIol'p, Sheet and Whigs to ACTION. A True Copy. Hats and Caps all styles .
Saddlery, ADDLES Boiler Iron. Railroad Spike do, Horseshoe The first number of THE WHIG BUGLE will WILLH.M VALLEAU, Clerk. Boots and Shoes B. Gtnleml'ns'Mornin" Gown and E t .
be i issued in the first week in and March ll-2m nin:Wrappers: t" on1fr; Cloaks; nf ii I
April weekly
\ at v.iri'uoriiJic "llh'rn. I.d 1:11\.1:''. I Iron and Nails, Cast, English, Blister ancfHiirmon 30,1S4S. Clothing 01 all kinds.
_... thereafter until after the Presidential election. : description; m-tde in the u"lllltm9 utaLiCing thei
: **, .1. 00.1.:0..11 I.: .. .'u. .Cf..CIA.!. Atcn a_ hPnt"_'U n_. orhYpnt nf". JF\\FTRY. _arttf_
LUI u aiu JlhUill uii:
tPanacea. lor the small of FIFTY CENTS fur the Calhoun Tax Sale. \ and Gaiti:r.s made in a
Sad..J1.e J B44.s. PI..OJTGHS-Single and Double'Cornshellers., sum cam County mnynthr articles too numerous to ir.entun. Iidif ilptt ,.
and
Muti'l\.oltcs .t, '.;, l''i (:Jt sale uy Cornrnills Logc.hains, Trace do, Ox do, paign. BY viilue of the power vested in me by law Call and examine for vonrselves. manner; TUllc ;t'9 iSl-arid Utle f '

:3 \y\. l.. PORTF.H & C";. Shovels and Spades Weeding Hoes, Garden INDUCEMENTS FOR CLUBBING.THE will expose for sale before the Courthousedoor M. N. SCOTT &BROTHER every descrifif made in :neat rt.iOL

nt'C 'V) .11 W h'r ,tTt-t. Laue and Grubbing lines. in the county Calhoun.on the first Mon Dec 23 Cor. and Cent reals. style. All- garments made at 'lu" estibiwhtwarranted .'
WHIG BUGLE will be furnished to CLUBSat to Jit..fJC3Shop .
CORDAGE Manilla and assorted Pitch day of August 184S, the following described \
4. ---- Tar Rosin, Coal Tar Hemp Bright Varnish,,Hand, the following low rates : Six copies for $3. I property or so much thereof as will pay the B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water and Second Story B.lztIt.* Ihi idi! u

& HOUCK'S Panacea, just received spikes, Blocks Oars, &c. Twelve copies for S'3. Sixteen copies for $7. State and County tax due thereon for the year Chestnut sts. Entrance on Chestnut street. ,

SWAIM sate by C.\STIXGS-Su Kettles Mills and Cauldrons Twenty-five copies for $10. And for any laiger I. IS 17, to-wit : SHIP CHANDLERY.MANILLA October 1. 1517 3- IUJ.

Feb 17 11 F.ABELL.POTATOES Hake vens. Spiders, Pots, Enameled numbers in the same proportion. All orders The S W } of Section Township I. Range 9. and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, fJCjA:: plate of Fal and WinterFasiiwi
must be accompanied with the CASH. JCr\ AllY & W the lands of Stephen >J' ft'.
-------- -- Kettles, Tea Kettles &c.TINWARE N joining Rirhards \Vormlnp. Marline, Spt n. rec
-10'J bills. ; Tnr'lil'IO(I bb's.' ; -A full assortment. person sending a Club of Subscribers will be entitled purporting to belong to J W. William loll. yarn.Oaklln.8pt'rm Wha1 do. Olive .,

'vl: Wiis! ; n.vls-50 bbl ; Wholesale or retail.ROBERN. to a copy of the paper. Remittances may Also the N W J of Section 8, Township 1, do, Lir.seed do, Haw dfl, Boiled do, Surits. Tarpenline SP1CEWATCh "

Parsnips-2bi>ls for il*' by ALLEN & Co. .be made by mail with entire safety. Range 9, N & W, and the Wi of the S W f of Paint. Window ( lass. ['utty, White AND CLOCK MAKER. '

Dec 3) B }ELLISON & Co.W We hope the inspiring blasts of THE WHIG Section Township, 1. Range 9, N & W, purporting Lead fled do. Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green, Story : .
Apalachirola Jan. 20. 19-IS. Rlfc c- will ho promptly and lioarlilv rctJpond..dto to belong to Win. \Vyatt. Emerald do, I Imperial do. Chrome Y.Iow.! Verdigris eond Entrance BaIJzEU': Jldr

Vcrinit: (. IronNaIls, &c. by our political brethren. The Bugle calls to Also &(j acres of first rate land. number not Litfunise, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal e-- .,-- ( APALACHICOL.\Ft Cliestnnj-st r) t .
INTERS Canailian! V crmllu'C', $fl' .ak 1ect SIZes; arms, and in every part (f the country the true doTTar I tto.-in. Pitch, Turpentine, COA'* r. '
by TONS Swede Iron ac' V kn'Cwn. purporting to belong to J. & B. F. Pettey. Varnish "-._''ru. ('lamp do. B. Watches Clocks .
Feb 17 11 t F ABELL.Oil ;. 20 .0- and gallant Whigs are buckling on their armour Alo Brushes; wiiiiKvTntina) Xv'l" ; : and Jewelry t4'rlt.:
Russia
; 100( kegs Nails. SO acres second rate land, number not :, Duck.' Eng repaired. I
---------- 1 casks"eeti'-. iioes asortedquahities ; and preparing for the tL ht. Let there be no known, purporting to belong tu J-. *. tsTeIls jhc1oCottnn do-. Heavy Ha.tn do Light do, '__ _ (t'LtrJ b- _
Cl( ths anil Cur:> is. ".>( _"d teel Faced Anvils; sluggards in our ranks in the cood old Keystone est White. Blueand! fled Bunting Nails/Cop er do.
PCS Oil Cloth, 1 and 2 yards wide; ') j Biack'i English and AmelJcat"ye'!;_ Let every Whig' who receives a Clip,' of this tJ: __, "r3t: rate 'land number not do Tack, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads. Screw, ATH E NALTBowling I/
11 j 1 rrSDPrrt.J.! clllh .r -- to to &. Gamble. Jack Screws Anchors
d purporting belong ,
: B..lI.\2 rdin
3 Ingrain Carpeting 1--- Cal Iand"pik.s
pea super ; s'lIber. and \VI Iromnise'Ybern well Cir Saloon
"love ; T-y. Also 80 first Bars Blocks! andRoom.
.. .1' d cr-.a-- acres rate" number not O.rs. nilJare
pn
3 Stair O? : : .Ib lank5. .
worth their and trouble.: Send
1'; 'ILltns' Axes; money your orders known purporting to belong to Siml. Parkhill. Pumps Deck Bckefs' Cedar ; I
1J Tufted Ru4,, ,\I. I I. 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards; edrl.so. as to begin with the first number. ISAAC Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarvinsdo, ,,. ;
Sheriff AxeAxi-
and of Z
For .saleby jVL..i.u.4r11vrr.r1)ej -;---"It'ct.--- 1 case Rowland's Ca.t Steel Mill Saws: Address, C. M'CURDY. J.CKION.Tax Collector Helves,hooks.and Thimbt} .!,Box Hooks iido; :, THE proprieto the \It.enlf rJ\> .

--- Bailey's"l: -Tonic-Mixture. I IT I 1000 l lbs Cast and German.Steel, for sale by Harri-blJr .)'tob IS,g. harrisburg, Pa. May I. 193. Ex,01co 16tds C. C. Can do. Cotton do. BOlt do, L-'ih do.,Caulking the etabt.jsbneit has, used eVErv.ne l d\'.r ii-I. .
Irons LTi Making Irons ? ft* .
Spikes Fhi '
f WM. G. POUTER & CO. Iarlint :> Scrapers fl.l '
is valuable compound fl'ml eMiacT >(I'' and i is .
a Buns\ Cook's Ladles thankful that an :
Provisions ,
Dr Dippers. TormentorDividers -. C\'t't \ I'rw.lliUl.
30 -11 Water street.
Cinchim and Ruhra a'l' etu'tle! ft-bnlu Cider. lie hberdl .
:_ rfBRLS Whiskey 10 do. Prime Pork Compasses, Sail Needles S ail Twine, proVe by patroi.age I heir ap -w.' '
for the cure of Fever audUI>. S-.ld bvJuielJ 5 BUDS St. Croix Sugar; / \J 10 bbis Flour; 1; cask Rice; ; 50 BBLS Champagne for sale by Seine do, Sowing do. Palms, Rising i Lallr.: of t his d.sir to pe! -e. He will ah\ay. btchoice ..

H. FflF.LL.. 15 do New Orleans Sugar; 5 superior old Re-eive Der ::1'1 B ELLISON Co. Pump do. Shovels Hammers. Hatchets. Clii:eN. assortment ol Liqiu rs. and r.-re' .
Whiskey
----- ----- ; A Plan
2U bb1i St Croix uIurs l Holds.IWSLirblt! Handsaw. beverages, of a sort to tickle the
;11 0 J:lS.( s. 2 very choice Hams; School Books. Files, Rat Tail do, Squares Clipboard Lock Bicchus' 11:11":: <"et

SfHHDS We"t Indies, ; .">.J tierces FionOJ :1?, 5 bxs Stewart's Loaf Now landing per schr Louisa Sears and for BOOKS, of all kinds, just r-eM "v Stock do. Hooks and Staples Hinges. P.idlork ,, cool and In..t fatt'-ni. sons; :1 "P"
\ 'f.irsileby: B. 1 ELLISON & CO. 10 bbls ground sale by E McCULLY SCHOOL J. C. ALLEN. Wood ." aws, Pendant. Ha-ilyards, Hand Line- delirious fie-t Iron their nat;'..bL"

Dec 3'') Cor Water and CheMout .t t>- 100 sacks Rio Cofiee; 50 do Java March 1G 50 Water st. I Deep Sea do, Log do. Fish do, Hand L"dd5. D.lo .- v:> For a pleasant cor''I'glrl ot. ..1

- ._--- 40 bxs Aromatic Tobacco; Bacon Flour Su Sa do. Sheet ( Bird. Funnels Iv-inthorns alu5lment-utile lulcr h(re IS notl!.
Coffee and
ar
Shoes and Brngans, by theca; SO 1\Inft'd do.; Exchange. Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Hooks Car-o. do. within the circle of \'o. t' to c< rrifarn.

BOOTS '" Shoes antI Buskins; 20 Sperm Candles; 50 bxs brown Soap; DRAFTS on New York, Boston Providence Sal Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter's a gimeof tenpins; .,! |{iIi'SO' prrlmin

Ieu'", Boys and YouthV Bro illI,; 10D bass Shot ; 50 kegs Powder; and Baltimore bought ; and ALWAYS on for sale low l"v Tools Sampson }Josts. &c Vc. active aintNeinenls.cy.i always ta/ita haiti. k
Sight Checks on New York sold McCULLY. Ap\> fhi-ti'a. 9.1847AMERICAN Come "
II AI fine sew' rogal o; loft lbs Lead ; by F I. one-come all.

Men's pe gal Boots; 2J: ( kegs; White Lead No. 1,Extra and Pure. WM. G. PORTER & Co. *.JOHN B '

fiie sc-.vcd Boots; For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO. Agents Bank of Brunswick, Sway 4 WistTir'sCOMPOUND -t Dec. JOSEpatarhicol .
Russet Brogans. For sale by Dec 30 41 Water street. Dec 30 J 41 Water street. / Wild Cherry, just received 3Tet ani Twine :lima ctnrisiCompany ? 30.1S-1 5)t "
_y and for sale by Apalarhicolaji. Exchniie.
B. ELLISON & CO, ,
Brushes.nAIR .
Dec 9. for. Water and C> .>"tiiutt'. I Boots and Shoes. Hat. Clothes Tttlh.Nail and Shaving _.Feb 17 1 F A BELL.wooii 12 COMMEKCIALSTHKETTTn THE sulwcriher Illuati5. > his (rit ,r

... .. -' T>: OY'S.and Men's RUist'lnrogan'l; |ifa. and the public in central. Ihatlirrf4l
i. :; _-n. '.. -h.. .fft! .* ".I" I.* -- --- /. .SfaJrj \ DI"I' "Q t
uu" .JL. II"J 11 V'J V h7 U 1V.f J .w./ .".
-3 -LJ Men's d and ware \
sew peg'd Kip Brogans ; *c. r-M route the ProprittoM.f! t' s abate .,.
RLLINGS. Tickflms' Cotton OLinsey '.' .. Feb 2-1 H F .+EELL.ITIolasscs. Manufacturers .
f Gents fine Calf Brogans ; B \RREL Covers Painted Pails. Tubs Flour and Dealers in Bryan's Patent known house and will be pl"a ril II'' !
! *, Kerseys Jeans, FlanmU: Blan.I" Wm's rie:'d and sew'd Shoes; Children's do. Piils, Measures., Trays Axhelves Buckets Twine Stands:, Post Office Twines, 'Baleing! nod any of the travelling commnnittli t majtarluii trt..-

Vets, Tweeds, Shirting, ShoiMiii!, ChecksGinzhams ) Super Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes ; BrooTis, &c. Sac- for sale hv Bundle Twines,M'Carfy's Cotton Herring Twine, ) with! their custom, : t artnnef-f
Calicoes Delanes. Hasiery, tic &c SlIpf'r Ladies coarse and fine Calf B.ut*. i 25 BIlLS superior Muscovado, for sale by B. ELLISON' & Co. Cotton Seine Twine Tanned and Untanned. Flix: date resident &11'11 ar.ttillaliuwfc t
Mch l 10 E McCULLY. h"itdt"r ThE
For -ale by B. ELLISON & CO. A large aiid; eXteflsivea3tlurtmfleIlI, just' t received WtN-r t.4i rrg.! r'r 'Valpr "n.1 Ch .t,iif .I ls. Herring Twine Hawser and Shmud-iaul Mackerel supplied with genuine liquors la fit th r 'ifdT"J"

Dec 9. Cor. Water :uid Chr>tnut &t". andforsile by WM. G PORTER & CO. School Books, Lines; Herring, Pohagm Shad, Bass, and >. JOHN PATRILGE.. t
------- Dec 30 41 Blank Books and Stationery. Dip Net Government Seines with
Water street.Hardware. : Bags; Cod Apalachicola, Nov. .
DR. L. FEUCIII"V.GEIt'S E.Wsalohy Journals, Day Books &c. 1 13-1.
II F ABELL, LEDGERS. Herring.1 k rel. Shad, and Menhaden Seines, -- A
Rut Mouse & Cockroach 1'oisois. FooNrap and Letter Paper; I '
sc. City I
T us very efficacious remedy for *-\fermina# PLAINS! Plain Irons single and double, Ham Cuba Tobacco Seed. Cotton morandum Books; B. JVetft/ and Seines knit to ordtr at short otcl laha e .

! tin; immediately if a proper application be Draw Knives Augurs Auguer Bits 5 LBS Trbaccn Seed, from the mn-t celebrated Ship and River Bills Lading; notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents, NOTICE ,) m. Inends $iil

made.of all of th above named annoyances. His I i Sorins Braces Timber Scribes Turn Screws I plantations of the Vuelta Abajo, just received : Boooks for Letter Press. October 11. 1S-17. 30tf Apalachicola patrons of this hon.e,that I hare 1<;

Flea and Mos.jmto Poison has attained a very extensive Marking Guayes. Mortice d., Saw Sets., Wood from Havana for pale by I Bank Bills of' Exchange and Checks, I It, and that it will hereafter be conducted !

celebrity' for invariable destructive pro- Rules Adzes Wrenches, Saws Locks Hooks Mch 10 E McCULLY 50 t Water st. JII and for sale by Groceries. *c. WILLIAM. HEMINGWAY. F.tq \hl'ha .

itertiei to that order of insects. For s,le l hy and Staples Butts,Screws Hinges, Shutter Bolts, Olives. Mwrh 1 'H F. A ABELL. JUST received (frCl New York per brig'Alaba many years been connecte-i with the first _tlm .

August 14 J. C. ALLEN.Ilolities' Dr1lI". Brads Tacks Copper Wire Melting Ladles, Rat JARS very superior Spanish Olives, for sale a general assortment of Groceries, &c Hotels at the North,and recently. from the.\J'
-- Traps,Axes Hatchets! Coffee Mills Sledge Ham- 8 by E. Trusses.HULL'S consisting ir'part as follows, viz: rican Hotel in New York. Beleavmg be irB

Vegetable Pills rneis, Smith: Tongs Mill Saws Anvils, &c. &c. Marqfr 16 McCULLY 50 Water,st. superior single' and double Trusses, Crmh.d Sugar, "a fine arrice." keep an excellent huus, and spare"exertii-. I
OH PAINFL'LMKNSTIIUATIO.N.
FOR UYSMKNOKKIIGA For sale by B. ELLISON & Co. by Pickles a' orted. expense to make his gue t3Comforlari r,1 I rrco 8-

Dee 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. Scotch Siiuflf. -Fe" 17 I F ABELL.Thompson's Cog. Brandy, .a super. article," mend the house to my friei.d.s.and the public.
celebrated Pilln have become fain- -
su -
THESE GROSS Scotch Snuff, in half bottles.Just rereived Com. do.Hllnd THOMAS UROW.Y.
their virtues in this dio Gcncsce Flour 3 Compound Syrnpof
,
curing 'ase. Goslien Butter, for ale by Gin, of the best Tallahassee, Nov. 1, 1817.|
that but little need be said 'if them, their action AND a superior article of CHEESE, f.r sale I I April 13 J C ALIEN. Tar and Wood rVaptlm, NnrlhErn Gin, Peach Bran'dy quality, .36m

upon the system is wonderful, they immediately E. McCULLY FOR the cure of consumption chronic bron- St. Croix and Jamaica Rum: CITY HOTEL
arrest all pain in this disease no matter ol how Niv It 50 Water st. Aromatic: Bitters. ,' is, asthma WrhooDing cough,palpital ion' Maderia. Port and ,

lung stand-on.: Pamphlet: containing :GO \\ry.<:tof BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitteis just received cf the heart, liver and affections of lab a Wines,
DR conlp1int Soap, Candles and
testimonial from the proles-mn.. 1.'tll' mle I by I-IATSand Caps by the rase I low for cash by and for sale by tie kidneys, for sale N. O. Rectified ,
B. ELLISON & CO. :
,
J C ALLEN. Feb 10 Whiskey iti
March April 13 J C ALIEN. J C ALLEN.
--------- -- Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestn-it st. Brown N. O. Muscovado and St.Croix Sugar..

Guava Jellies. Schultz Powders. C'\STI LE Soap 'for sale by Bacon Sides, &(- &c.

Cf f\ DOZ. Guava Jellies, assorted size boxes Trusses, ') GRASS Seidlilz! Piiwdersthat are fresh,just '>h-' H F BELL. j jM All of which will be sold low by TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
.. .. A' CUN1LK: and double. ,. tor salt hv TI. _. ,1.Li. ... .. --- -
.JV just received direct Irom Havana lor Hale O July 17 --- --- n.-i.'C. ALLEN- received.ana tor sale by Advances Nov .tH''U'.I.r. 1JN I the management of this Bole), the f !
b) E McCULIJY.. April 13 J C ALLEN. 1 #) VV.iter st. will'us his best to pfctt*Wgutsts.
Drugs illcdicsues & ADE on shipments of Cotton to uertil'n
March 16 : ( ot. Chemicals. Liverpool Groceries He asks
and Ship Stores. the public for their patrmage.
Infusion Jars. Havre New York and
supply of Drugs, Medicines and Boston, by '
Notice. AFRESH FEW Infusion( Jar!- family should DEC 16 D. B. R. COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do, WILLIAM HEMINGWAY-
from bark Refoi every C 0
will the now landing m, A E- WOOl& % : November 11, 1847. 436m.IIY .
to
> SIX month after date I apply and f>r sale by have one-Jor scle by j Nnrther Flour e..tpr do; N 0 Sugar,
of Probates for Franklin County, \ ( do, Porto Rico do.
Judge Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN April 13 J .C ALLEN. ytl'ostaUc'lnk Fountain. Young Hyson Tea. M'ARB'J.:1.
for a final dueharjje from the administration of \FW\ ,, ; Ilk FOI.lfir., Pen Racks Bntier Hyson.do. Powchongdo. Souchong duo Go hEn : Y'A'tD
late of said de. Hardware. Letter Paper. \ Chef-se. Lard Bacon hams. Sides
\
the "Ute. ot Henry Bejil! county "ld Boxes Paper : Stamps al Shout- .
ceased. JAMES GIBSON, Adm'r. JRACE CHAINS Spades Lock. assorted 1A REAMS fine Letter Paper just received Pap Clasps Weights&c. for il Ie by : der. Molast't. Whiskey, Mess and Primp Beef"
I3.fim J. Wagonand Cart Boxes Drawing Knives and L\J and for sale by Prime.Pork, Mackerel Shad, Salmon : THE Subcriber. one of the firm)of
'A IJe ieota. April 13, 1843. _ Ni'\Th\ /J ALLEN. Herring, Sounds and Tongues; Cod Fish Tongues' ladd.
Irons, &c. &c. for nale low by April 13 J ALLEN. 'Spce9, Addmt Columbus Ga.,wi
Floar' and Whiskey. Nov 11 E. McCULLY,5OWatert. '. Qninfn/- PeIPfr.. Pigkles, Catsups, Pepper &I.ICP. Olives_ time sit Apahchicolay. He ,'h y. seen at iJn
/JBBLS.. Whiekey; 59 bhls Illinois Flour CIIIEE1INGS, Shirtings and Prints by the O A PZ. received. Soap. Starch, Tobu warehouse / b
Sulp. QUilinePs kiid'for Bread do Nay no\v .building, _for J Ca \tfr
.
OU schr. Monterey, for sale by :: bale and low .Plot .Crekpr! Vinegar. Dried pay
received for
per Bagging and Rope, case. rash by., O\J fele by Rean Macaroni most any hour In the Jay,.arid, Ot'
May'19 E.. McCUDLY. 50 Water et. FORale by E. McCULLY( B. ELLISON &.CO. Apri 7 i: H F ABELL. Ar- for wluecfne
Dec 9. Oor. Water -- Rice4 CMONV11E1NT-- "
11 .IV-.lerst. and'Cheslnut sts. 33BB3 .
"Cenrrec Spring Water, -- -- 'tar. .

reoi.*d. direct from the Spring. For QUININE Camphor and Piperine, !ust re- Razor Strops. < ASP und Mustard, in fts.Lancets. TOMB'STONE,

JUST by J.C.ALLEN. for sale by JHAPMAN and Emerson's Strops just re- i'xes, f/ale! by i .;, c., ,L

Mty 4.. ___ Airil 17_ H. F. ABELL. led and for sale by April 4r / H F ABELL. SPRING and Thur! Lancet, just fee i' c w1lch !ie' will' ' Feb21, f rr m'th : H *
1 H'F'ABELL.MOFFAT'S by o to't-
i fOF91
'
: Window Glass. and Prime, /GoldPcnsv reb34 : '. "
BEI-I--Meli 1PADASP.
; 50 boxes window ,ta... of all do n. .'., tl.H..t:, a I <
TUST reeeit'ed. Woodward '
LIFE PILLS
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