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LAACIC A, SATURDAY, 1848. ... C A [NUMBER 30 ..AG I 8
-" 'n ..... n r r.. t..." ." P'''- .,.' I" p--n y .... | pointed at his breast, it was a galla .. .'- 'd ""
'Usrurc 1Sl t ., Ii i Rritishl LifW services a f P glorious achievement, and worthy of bhadhis tro
om a o rbl~ G n. L ewl is ue C a s b
0.** 'Porte-' C VALtE- SCDA. DANIL J._jLAwfs CRIBER celebrated, not only on the page of the bio rb8-1 U
JEMIAn DAY. J Subscribe early while the terms drelow'! LE'W^ CASS, the Democrati candidate grapher, but in the strains of the poet. We procdah sa b r
S 2 'ALER' IN.G-OODS AND COMMISSION J. Day & Co., for the Presidency, is a ntve of N Hamp- observe, by the way, that other muses than ih muchs ity hee
I MER.CHANTS, COMMISSION MERCHA,-" RE.PUBLICATION OF shire, where he was born October 9th, 1782. te dame of history have been pressed io and high spir t con
Dec.. No.-f Water street, a D No. 52 WGater.-Mhicola, Fa. THE LONfON QUARTERLY REVIEW, His father, Major Cass, was a gallant revo.- t'he celebration of this eventful landing. surpassed ; but h-was sadly in covtrastwii
No, 52 Decat... Atahiola, Fa. Dc gns.frLoD.Po~ianuanc. 1gent ONr Qh DN UAR TEHR LYW REVIEW.oficr, an.i. .. '99sprittdd "reol ups ht ic h and hulfletfitrfsso.,.Tis
No:,* *^ater stret THE LO Do "Olne, REVoWd t nr^dn 'S suppose thtsncteland- th
Apaahc c2Agents forth THE EDINBURGHf REVm.W, tutiouary officer, and in 179,9 sopefinte.646d 'n ol ups ht ic h ad h uflieeo t'~oesos"Ti t
rse B.toe, H.W.Brooks.o a THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, the recru g service in elaware for what ing of Columbus, there were really no land- generally nderstool to have been write
SN'0urse, Stone .W Boo, k Co." and the n" ` f THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, was then called by the Democrats the" pro- ing on record to be compared to the landing by Gen. Hull.. Irtgersollin his HistoryVf
N iufrseStone &Co.9, Co." and the "0fr ll. h
QoMMISSI'ON MERCHANTS, Con n. & 1[. Hill, AND vision-eating army." At this me thde son, 'f'Ca'ss in Canada. We find in the official the'LateWar,speaksofitcontemptuouy,-
.1Cp No. 46 Water street, .t & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BLCKWOOD'S EDINBUIRGI 1 MAGAZINE. Lewis, was the preceptor of the grammar journal of the 21st June the following poe. as "threatening," "vaporing," and "Pomr-
Dec'1g2 oApalachicola, Fla. ''P" No.48 Water street, school in Wilmington, and always appeared tical version of this affair: ous." The honorof its nompositio,.lje
....ton,- "Dec 12 Ap'LAcHicoLA, FA The above Periodicals are reprinted in New with a black cockade in his hat. About the between Gen. Hull and Cod. Cass. A wrer
^~~~~e oftat&Y n, 612 _____[X^HCOLA PA5 ^ ^ %VAr' fl^' vd'o S Whp~ rce conflict through the Iand btenG .Hllado. s.A nr
t:, Loc~l[11grg ]'OIILI~g, "'/"" ..... Sent~forth its dread atarms,"ithNaoalPratGaeyi)ab-
W,.HiSSION and FORVARD __ -" -- York.mmediately on their arrival by the British year 1803 Lewis Cass removed to Marientt, Sentforth its dread alarms, ein th National Portrait ,in a bi-
"M X S-,' 0 A-R- D 5 -` steam ets,.bin beautiful clear type, on fine w white in w hat 'was then Gha Neirthw e 'yiei n T erri- T he thrilling bugle's sound was heard gr il l
llpaper and are faith copies of the original- tory. ere he ttdied law in the office of And freemen rushed to arms; -retary f War, attributes the authorip
.o2." sFleA being an exact fac- M ewBackus, an attorney, and in that Bold CAsS led on ourgallant band s Lahman, in the
0Lah;aFl.BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINvE ben neatfcMatthew Bakshistrey n i a
AWhDNE GREEN, M. D, S DNsimle of the Edinburgh edition. o save the ast frontiers
H0 arIdO ti JiSJ.NC GRETiN,,. They embrace the views of the three great year or the next delivered a 4th of July With'darign U6id our flag sustained- igan, also gives him.thecredit ofit. These
CogMISSION AVOCHANTS, 0- May be found at his residence, corner of, parties in England-Tory, Whig, and Radical.- oration, so ultra in itschaitacaitr that even The braves old volunteer. statements Wele probably authorized by
M : als0l;the Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion Blackwood" and the "London Quarterly" are the high- 6de.d Federalists pronounced it a CHOUS: Gen ass and we have no doubt of hir
,: and /1 the litle t The brave, the brave 1~tof'baed volunteer, e.Usadw aen ob ftoa
Agents OMhe ANY House. Nov 8. Tory; the "Edinburgh Review" Whig; and the itle too spicy." At that time, according The brave, the brave, the brave old volunteer, accu The biorherof el
S of e City NANCE COMPANY, W.G. I. Davi, Westminster Review" Radical. The "North to his own accounts of the opinions of the Hh sy e braveold volunteer. lniteraer se
o t erree ATTORNEYN CUNELOR AT LA'W, British Review" is more of a religious character, Federalists, he disbelieved in tihe capacity "The first to land on hostile shore, until after the death of the only person -
No. 51 aterstree, ATTOR Y AND COUNSELLOR A having been originally edited by Dr. Chalmers, of man for self government; and his doubts He fought them long and well; po aer
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa. Offers his services to the public in either of the and now since his death, being conducted by his on this subject were only removed by his Old EffCanad's bridge and Thames' proud field, pable of disproving it, if it were unfounde
O E. B. B&Lou. above capacities. son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, associated with Sir David appointment by a Democratic President yhhs0sal er ell fe B t
W. alo, He will ractic regularly in Franklin, Cal- Brewster. Its literary character is of the ver appointment y a Democrac President to This is all very well for poetry ; but we It would have bee indelicate in the subal-
t.T.a n"l ANTS, houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, po estorder, an office worth from $2,50 0 to $3,500 a year. shall tap this poetical balloon, and make tern to advance such a pretension during the
IM 0 N RC RANTS, houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-ad will, pon highest order. On re
Ofice No9.wdterstreet.-Up stairs, a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court PRICES FOR 1849, (IF SUBSCRIBED FOR EARLY.) On receiving this appointment he became plain prose of it. That Cass was a Colonel lifetime of his superior officer. Besides,
JalApalaciola, a. of the Middle or Western Circuit. He willalso, For any one the four Reviews, $3 per annum. perfectly persuaded that his former views of militia we shall not deny, but how minuch te internal evidence is very strong b up
-tf,.y-1 WM. A. McKNzIE. argue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahas- For any two, do. 5 p in this respect were incorrect, a, a at the he (lid "to save the vast frontier" remains port of the alleged authorship. Thepsi'sr
S" yle .enzie, see, the sessions of which, h will always be For any three, do. 7 ripe. age of twenty-five years, adopted the to be seen. And what the "landing" is in the true Cass vein. It savors of the
o I ION MERCHANTS, presentat, unless prevented byaccident. For all four of the Reviews. 8 sentiments of Thomas Jefferson, which, amounted to, and the "long" fighting, may 54 40 braggadocio employed to frighten
/ No. 12 Water street, Apalachicola, September 8, 1846. For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 with only such changes as would recom- be very briefly told. England, and Mr. Senator Cass's advocacy
i,, 1;, 1847. ',)ahachicpla, Fa. A. G. Semmes, For Blackwood and 3 Reviews, 9 mend him to the President fo'r the time Whether or not Colonel Cass was really of the Ten Regiment Bill forth purpose
-- $. r. Sc'$etlufe r. ATTORNEY AT LAW. ForBlackwood andthe 4Reviews, 10,00 being, he has retained to the present day. the first man to laud in Canada, during the of frightening Mexico into the adoption of
/g I)L8 ) LE -N)\ RE l'AIL GROCER, O- Office, JVb. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building, Payments to be made in all cases tn advance It was in the month of Match, 1807, that last war, we can "find nothing in the annals the treaty.* General Case has never lost an
-*i- Prtia lar ttte ition !,Hid tb iftftig upfamily, cor. of Centre & Commercestreets. PREMIUMS, Lewis Cass was first permitted to taste the of the tinies to satisfy us. History, some- opportunity of frightening an enemy wheo-
sten' .1t ie.d Ship itorees. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. Consisting of back volumes of the following sweets of Executive patronage, and from times unmindful of her trust, has failed to ever it could be done by words. Perhaps
.. alac.bicoIla., Fla,. Notice valuable works, Viz: that day to the period of his return from record alike the name of the first man who he is the bravest man on paper whoever
Y H Copatnershi heretore existing be- Bentley's Miscellany th'e Court of the King of the French he landed in Canada on that occasion, and that figured ip our history; and we sinerely.re-
7 H. F. JIell, twAen the subscribers, under the firm of D. The Metropolitan Magazine. continued in their uninterrupted enjoyment, of him who was the last, about three weeks great, for his own sake, that he has never
LNT B WOOD & CO., e s this day. The affairs The Dublin University Magazine. He seems to have taken for his motto the afterwards, to run away from Canada. Per- been favored ith a chance for displaying
/'L I.k L R [ 'I ) !.(T7.2 S 1 V E D IC I TE P A-S IN T S B WOf th c oner will b e s thq is bid s Toe at irsso
R L A AI o the concern will be liquidate d by N. J. De- rs Blackwood's Magazine. wgrds of the old song: haps neither of these questions would have his valor in the field.
OILS, ) LO ., cI, &c:, o bds. D. B. WOOD, The London, the Edinburgh, the Foreign .
AlI-- erAeral assortment of Statinery. bls B W Quarterly, and the Westminster Reviews. "And whatsoever king may reign, become of much importance, in view of the We extract the material assages of this
Al)- k.greireral assortment of Statiney N.e Jg DEBaIy Qureryeadthietmnteneves
r. Chestnut and Water streets, AN.palachicola April 13 1848 Any one subscribing to Blackwood, or to ona I'll be the Vicar of Bray, sir." ignominious issue of that expedition, were celebrated paper, to show how true is th0
"; April II Apalachicola, Fa.. A a1of the Reviews, at $3 a-year, or to any two of No service came amiss. It was all the same it not that, for 'the want 'of some more illu- remark of Mr. Cass's biographer that itwa
c. I' uilt.Stt Dr, Woodrutf's Dysentary Cor- the Periodacals at $5, will receive, gratis, one to him whether Madison or Monroe was in trious exploit, it is thought desirable to sadly in contrast with the fufimet of S
"C 0 -I I NI 0 N Ni E R C H OFT, r dial, volume of any of the premiums above named. the Chair, John Quincy Adams or General make General Cass the hero ofthe Cana- professions." It was addressed to the inha-
). Wter street-Up stairs, OF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus, A subscriber to any three of the Periodicals at Jackso. He is not of te stuff that dian invasion of 1812! What the history bitans of Canada:
Dc. 147. Aloastachicola, Fla. ', Cholera Infantum, and summer complaint of $7 a-year, or to the Four Reviews re- beyond illustrating In the nam o e of my country and by the..
D. I197 children, for sale by ceive two premium volumes as above. makes martyrs. Live when he might have of that affair can serve,
,J'. e Allene t Fene J.C.EALLEN. Asubscriber to Blackwood and three Reviews, lived, 'Lewis Cass would never have been the art of cofilin 'out of the little end of authority of Government, I promise yo
h C.esale and RetaFe bale.C in A E at $9 a-year, or to the Four Reviews and Black- burned for opinion's sake. He has alv i thre horn, we are really at a loss to imagine. protection to your person, property, fl
D~RUGS, \f ICE NE[,SI- A.Nr, 0 L'3 ,aa arli' wood', at $10 v{ill r'eceiVe three lr mtmvol- possed a r mak b e a uv of main The last man to leave Catnada has not been rights ; remainfat your hotnes, 'pursue youx
,PATN', 6tS, wood, $10, 'Will thre Premimo possessed a remarkable faculty of making
GLASS, B SHES, &c.&. DULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's corn umes. himself acceptable t6 Chief Magistrates, so successful as Colonel Cass in having an peaceful d customary avocations, rae
also',., .. L_ >P"ound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, just re- Pleae particular in naming thepre- whether presidentts or kingtC autobiographer, not yourt handsdagaust -yaouxbrethren.
Al grerac srlf ceived, and for sale by miums desired and the works subscribedfor. F rom 1807 to 1812 the subject of our "He had n 'oe't, and he died." Many of your ,fathers fouglatorNJe ,
BOOKS, BLANLKS, SflkTIONERY, &c ,&c. Feb 17 F ABh'tL. Fut 1807 to 1812 the lan 'ng. do dw
cor. of-hs't Comnerce streets., CLUBBING. memoir remained marshal of Ohio, and re- But further of this celebrated landing. dot and in erefre e nw aio y
,Dec 4 ___ Apalachidola, Fla. Dr. Woodruff's Antibilijous Veg- Four copies of any or all of the above works joiced as a Patriot in he fees of that lucra- Unfortunately for the fame of the first ingte, ie fe,
-:- t -tah""tooeaddesso payle mein o fit. a" .4 he*. S. t. one address o. .e .;,,a.J'A. .ni a t iinm^ae ,nai of the Canada ebedition, it was un- with us, and heirs to the sao'ie heritage, thie
NVA- MM J Febw8 l Ce ALLEN. o p wil. be gi.en where the breaking out of hostilities with Great Bri- was accomplished witfo h-e1ss 1a si.-"na rfest ou
No. 2S Water street, above allowance e is made to clubs, nor wll pre- .tam, and in this capacity marched to Detroit gle man, (lead or wounded. We are hap. be emancipate Domg tyranny and oppressio
'D~e 5 Apalachi6b[a, Fa.. Osn5 ua'Ugs. "'-
c BALoApalachirglaFia Onaburgso. cs miums in any case be furnished, unless the sub- with the iarmy, under the command of Gen- py to announce;" says Duane's Aurora, (vol. and restored to the dignified station of free-
vcry & Tone*1 BALES Georgia Osnaburgs, on consign- option is paid in full to the publishers, with- eral Hull. Here c'ommfience his military 8, p. 102,) of that day, the glorious news men. ,. Haa any doubt of evehlalsuccei
._leer v, IAliN MERCHANTS, met, for sale by & Co. out recourse to an agent. career. that General hull a1PAdhis army had LANDED I g ask your assstance, 'but I do not.
stree,. OY, or.more1) I' En ARLYdC OCES s.tile
No.43 Water street. EARLY COPIES. As far as history, or more partial biogr- SE n Canada, with little or no opTosition come prepared for every contingeu cy.
Oec 5. a. Anted id Curm."
5. o Apalachicola, Fa. "Warranted to .th T A late arrangement with the British publishers phy, records his martial services, they may and taken possession of the town of Sand.- HAVE A FORCE WHICH WILL LOOK DOWN
SA A. WOOD OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic, ckwodd's Magazine secures to us early be thus enumerated, viz: which ALL OPPOSITION AND THA FORCE IS BUT
CL compounded from medicines of our ownoUs
CO MMISS ION MIER.CI.IANTS', forests, a pe-fect and lasting cure for fever' and sheso7htok ywihw hl eal
B.N ErAASON. WmUAM A Wo-fecv aonde asfo einues four ower and sheets of that work, by which we shall be able 1 The landing in Canada with General "By the 11th," says another account by THE VANGUARD OF A MUCH GREATE. If'
S o aAand bo to place the entire numberin the hands ceb-s, ol n officer of the army, we had brought up contrary to your own interest and theju4
DRA' GOODS, GRAOCERIE .a, HARDWARE, general debility or weaknesss no'known, for sale scribers before any portion of i't can be reprinted
TI OODS "OTS, HARDWARE, bnrl debHtyor H in any of the American Jounals. For this and 2. The authorship of Gen. Hull's procla- our military stores, and at break of day gave expectations of y country, you should
^ ^ ?'E% TU, ^ b [Aril73 FABLL. ^ /ava~a~s^^^^^^, them^ a disla of our little ar'my," inodrof take ,par~t in the apRPaching cpn^8t,,tyou
TIN WAtPE, BOOTS, SOE. IHAT, 6y [Aovil 27] H F ABELL.' other advantages secured to our subscribers, we iination. them a display of our little artiy in order of taket
CkS ROK1'-,,SI n uttsunrise crossed, anhd ma'de w iJ b1 cnierdadeaed1, nm~
c AS OK SHIP E TDLI'TZ, Yeast and Soda Powders of the pay so large a consideration, that we may be 3. The skirmishes at the river Aux Ca- battle, and lust at sunrise crossed, ad de il be considered and created as, eneris
CCHoANR'atDLe RY, &c. best quality, for sale by compe-eai to raie the price of the Magazine. nards. good our landing on the Canada shore in and the horrors and calamities of war will
De Cor. 9 Apalachi6a, Fa. July 17 J C ALLEN Therefore we repeat 'subscribe early while the 4. The retreat from Canada with General their ight, but, greatly to our surprise, stalk before you. If the barbarous and sa
D Edward clyCiully, Irardage for' Co ',ROCER AND COMIISSION MERCIANT, for 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard. Remittances and communications should be 5. The alleged breaking of his sword on firing of a single shot at us."-(3 Duane's the savages be et loose ti murder our citi-
No. 50 WatON Mtreet. I, OOMpply to always addressed, post-paid or franked, to the the memorable occasion of Hull'6suri'ender. Weekly Aurora, 108.) zens, and butcher our women and children,
SApachi ola, a. Feb 24 N J DEBLOIS. publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 6. His presence at the battle of the Robert Wallace, jr., one of the aidsof this war will be a WAR OF E RIATO.
,as. 1P. pariii Vinegar. T79hames. General Hull, wrote as follows: The most The first stroke of the tomahawk, the first
ENER.AL RECEIVING, FORWARDiNG FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low GODEY'S DA1 DY'S BOOK, Now, it would not be the slightest dispa- of our army 'landed on the British shore attempt wh the scalping knife, will be the
COM.MISSION MERCHANT, by E. McCULLY, AND FAMILY MAGAZINE, ragement to Lewis Cass to say that he bad thip morning, witho'Ut '&oitioh.- .Same, signal of one niiate scene ofdesola
A o.po0iWioer streeteofon e N wit iseri f'ound fighting by th,@
No. 50 Water street. Nov 11 50 Water st. The oldest Magazine in the United States, never won any military distinction. We 113.) ...tn
Nov Apalccola, Fla. azors. cotasmonhly pages of readg mae find no fault wilthi him on that score. As 'far The army," sya another contemporary sdef an Inian will be taken prisoner;sii-
Nov ll ApalchGU t cola, FlMaI. ,l a or containss monthly sixty pages of reading matter, -a.. .. .
tft&s. P. M'CALL. GUSTAVE R6MAXN. "TADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's by the first writers in the country,-twelve more as his Miiiltary fame goes it is not the copper account, crossedd 1ietroit river, above the stant destruction will behis lot IfteI
k'Calla & itinaili, W superior Razors for sale by than the New York magazines. Two splendid that we object to, but the attempt, bysilver- town, ou the 2th, without receiving anyop. tates df('eason, duty, justice, and humanity,
COMMI^SION MERCHANTS, Feb24 H F ABELL. steel engravings, an undeniably authentic colored ing or gilding, to pass the penny off for a position. Saihdwich, a beautiful and exten- cannot p.rev'ent the employment of ^ force
No. 9 Columbus Block. Cooper's Isinglass, monthly Fashion plate, Model Cottages and better coin. It is the counterfeit present- sive village, opposite Detroit, was deserted which respects no rights and knows n.
OV ISn Apalachicolafor sale b Churches, Crocket Work, and othei matters for meant" that does him dishonor, not the ab- and evacuate'd.'-(Saime, 126.) :. wrong, it will he prevented by a severe and
receie~j~id bythe Ladies, all illustrated and well explained,
[ son U tor ALLE. the Ladies, all illustrated and well explaiA N sence of distinguished achievements. We A soldier, writing in te.eiilichhe Fre- relentless system of retaliation. I doubt noo
bELL N .Wi~oJS C.ALE &c.
b~uERINCLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Ma 4.11
Al IN CLOTH INGATS BOOTS, SHOE, c.ay 4. Price for one year, which includes the propose, therefore, very briefly, to examine donian of that day, gives still more graphic your courage and firmness. I will not daubs
No. IA Colul S Block, Magnesia, Lady's Dollar Newspaper, making three the claims so pompously put forth in the description of thi gallant landing :.'" I ap- your attachment to liberty. The United
Dec. 23 Apalachicola, Pa. Taleypublication' s in one month ...........$3 00 Sketch of Mr. Cass's Life, issued from he peal to any American in the army tosay, if States offer you peace, liberty, and securities.
-c underwood & Caliglla Feb 24 H F ABELL. Two copies without the Lady's Dollar office of te Congressional Globe, of which, at that "i'oment lth et Julyl we ugt not Your choice lies between those, and war,
TA -FFATS LIFE PILN Newspaper ................5 00 it is said, 100,'60( copies h ,'ve been c'cul'i- to have been before th battlements oMal- slavery, and destruction "
TAI RSB ITTER S, just received and for sale byNIX Five copies with one to the person send- ted through thile country, den. Oh, what iJprels awaited us thre! Stch is what Geneal Armstrong justly
A.TZL BL DN.L BITTERSBUL G joHst received and for sale by ing the club ............. ........ 10 00 I. It is set forth in Italics, in the Sketch I haie n6 ti'iore dubt that Fort Maldei, in styles the "vaunting" iroclamation with
A palach icola, B U L I G C E T N T S N oigh8 H F .iAB E L ,.Drug gist .. "....... ... 1 0
cALhoZELLS BUILDING, C T. Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist eght copies ........................ 15 00 we have cited, that General Cass was the Upper Canada, would have surrendereio which Colonel Cass undertook to frighten
AlApalaccoa, Tow snd's Sarsaparilla, Twelve copies................... 20 00 ah to. land in, 'arns in the eneay's us then; without our losing scarcely a min, the Canadians. It would have done honor
SAll orders attended to with punctuality UST received, and for sale by A specimen of either the Lady's Book, or the we .h y n I: e o G l '
AJ.0 country. urtermore, an mteresting an- than I have of old General Huill's beinf a' to Bombastes or Bobadil. The ludicrous
,~~~~tns to t"e _g i---Av-r --- t-
nddespatch. Jan. Aprit 27 H. F. ABELL. Lady's Dollar Newspaper sent to any person pay- cdote, in iustratioh o' his eent, is narra- coward. A d or two afterwards we cros- contrast i which it sndso he ignomi
il[a i; ScOtt & Brother, Iri~h Potatoes and Onions. in.... :tage on.the.request..
*HOLI.ALU AN RETAIL DEALERS I& AroFINEarticl forsales by Address L. A. GODEY, ted in the same biography; which was told ed the river, and that poor old soul wjs ous retreatto f"his. army ', rotitg enough to
bR.Y GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, A FINE article or sale by No. 113 Chestnut st'eat, Philadelphia. it seems, with much, spirit, by t.he late gal- heard to exclaim, when the boat that cxr- look down alt opposition is, huumilin9gl.
HD THNov c1 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st. lant and lameAted General "H.amer: The ried him was about to touch the shore, "he ---- .
HATS, &c., lCiverpooe Sane; Jaresrae ea'P EiTUrriagecontanm. "ining General Cass, while on critical monient draws near !" when we vere *The following dialogue in the Senate, durtri
C2r. Water and Centre.streets, Fa. s D e 3ES N PROSPECTUS OF his tourt t~douighi 016, Was one5,day stopped met by an awful force, to be sure--tW old the discussion of the $16,000,000 Lo^a bJ!, illus.
Dec 23 Apalac aWEDEo Scotchd, W a Garden Byp&Co, dEi td aOvoatetheelecon by a who, ddressig he Generalsail women waving white handkerchiefs!."- character:
A dge, Weeding aen kly paper, "1 can't let you 1pss without speaKing to (Same, 191.) M "ET^'.1Th gentemanaid tat1th
*HIPPING k COMMISSION MERCHANT, 0 Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cottonand Wool ot ZACHARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana, to the you. You don't know me, General." Gen. Now, if we havo not taken all the hern- pMicmpal objectoER. The gta i thatth.e
Hoeds, Blacksits BnSoellos, Cottdon and Woola principalcybectoththeUblted Statets.te" Mei,,
CardsC T Spades ad Shovels, Cauldron and Suar Presidency of the United States. Cas r'elle that he did not. Well, sir," ism and all the poetry out of this story of apd that this would'be more humane than tb harm
ELLISON &4 o. The Street, p .r6puoeu to pu&fish sl oi -aid he, "I I was the first man in your regi- Colonel Cass being thefirst to land in Ccn- her. ,re.
Dec 23. Apalachicola, Fa. 9 CorISO Wae&n Chetu t. cal papersign tedt pofpulosa, to p beih po- of th boa on the Canada ada in arnms. we will never put pen tb paper Mr. WEhSnI'. It's true, is it '?
No 40 WaerSret Pas Plugs &. &c.or. aersale stu ss clpaebiyhect o, Mr.oa t e sue en o ""'ss..T ,^ j ^ ..ai veatet'olsomn i ppas. M. AS.es,.r
WM. w. SnIM. W. C~HEEVfik Salad i.I weekly during the ensuing presidential campaign, shore." No, y~ou were not," said General again. Even the two old women, it appears M. r WES^. Vessr. el huha u
Now,, sir-- ti enyal hrceir fta
COMMI S-s1Ot MERC HA~tS JUS rcie, pe biga nhattan aicae to be entitledgas above, and to be devoted to the Cass, "j was the first man myself on sHore." who were the only human beings in sight of Mr. WEllR Vearykwelle tuharaes^ onucha
Office No. 36 Water street. fSldOl hti od .C LE. spoto a.Gn ahr"Tyoa.h Td, adteohr 1jrpduirtteAeia amdslydtkn fsec~h~hcimksis ic~ eia
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D5EALEbS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP prsct a!shglb eio n '~dOdnv~ea
Sn F Arfla Custards, Sau.eF, J BELLe c. tUnion has so often threatened to tge the Cer_ tainly. there might. w. e .l have been show General H...ll and Colonel Cass that co.uraguoat from what is saidle.y Andg yet the
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reco34 Apalachicola, Fa. o o little more rape, Capt. Bragg." yehrnthe un ciabe, and wn h eless indivi- gW clriusir the ar- they aricial th e pif, to floating away t o
RES Fal Cvirop fr albyopoeTH ODZc"wt stand to dpivy yoth thu iaaA anwmhygttertewl
S John ea. W R 9 0 H A SEGARS, cntn That the contest will be a successful one, the dual alluded to in ihe anecdote of such dis- enterprise? It was certainly an exploit c h yu e frightened too
Ohms. Rogeife d ing an Iassortment of the Pro' undersignedentettains nododbt. Herespectfully tinction. We call for the man's" name. worthy of the generous simulation with 'b havegiven you ii
C fOMMI'SSION MERCHANTS, biad-s"Cabnas,'" "Minerva," "Britannia," solicits the attention of all the'fHends of Gen. We wish to know whom the gallaIt Gene- which he contested the honor with his cotit- h Thstes.kidinin c-tanlSug
ti.M IS .NMECHNT. ^ S ^ ayor i hi ad djinn Sats ndepe- ,al has robbed of' this honor, now enumera- rade. It is a scene for a painter as well a %Mr.Pesiet yo rmeb^ tat.venSng
Watelk street, 9 Partugies," and other chbice brands nb and Tayloi'; in' this and adjoining States, and es as.'eitejierwst nattelon'edrgeedra
dcter Aaaio, a.npshr nnMaia cially of the Rough and Ready Clubs," now ted amronged the cis to the Presidency. a poet. Just image iine if on canr u t stage, he was quite apprwehenelelt usr'
-Mch 16 E rcCULLY, 50 Water st. forming in various' places, to this Prospectus.tda pobigh'hiClne mi
Mdec2l. It is desi able that subscribers should make If there is any 'Idi' du' to the exploit, oui botits app h e
bO.MrMi SSI-O AND F ORWARDING Tluomnsoniahi Iediciies, known their names and post offices as early -as friend from Ohio is entitled to the lion'i aead. Hispinnacetouche bottom As muhfrno
MvERCH~IANTS,. reevdai osleb practicable.- share of it." is the iiutmenlt to lire the genius 9-' a' fearfulwl w1ip.a~~ ijki~ie
I UST reeie and for sale~id byrif LttsCl.
No.R44 WaTeS-Aeeet, veFeb 3 J. C. ALLEN. "THEOLD ZACH" will be published until the But, as we have intimated, it depends tist; and the undying cauiass e s l.crl iy0"t
No. 44 A^-ypcc, P3 AL election, at the moderate price of ONE DOLLAR, very much upon circumstances how far Cass sword in hand, breath de
a invariably in advance. For a remittance of $25 an i t entitles its acorto and d'treng o r he wisely on
deicce OLAR ver muow onen halfmtace his, ffarrOCi"-theeat
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RAW. FRESHsupply of English and French Rose thirty copies will be furnished; for $40 fifty co- ro I the landing was disputed and Ohio for the sir firs in he e amnfshu
N. MCKA'Y. N C. ROBINis. CRABs. PRA T Water just receled and forihe sal byr pies andt for 615 one hude copies.
A. Th lMcKay & 'Co. April27 H F AELL. A peimennumer wil be ssue on 13th daneru; f h Coonel thewa; hisl'tl b aigte e resive "'-"'" thnkI cmeSnosih^ti
S-lC*OMMINSoS ON MEtRCSHANTS, "*IIE Cr^ ampo n piperine* 'net me- March which will be extensiey disrbute. into a erndh~ost^ ofenmese 'a (Grca, 'a-ohter) me ar.' or1\nS h
W cr vael ard foe sale bys ospted awrds Ohi ftr the F. --twa 01 ne gloIeb.16,184, r.YerGreat laughter\)
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all concerned in it. VWhe shall only ad
that, when we came to the adjustment
the treaty of peace, it wasexpresslydisavou
ed by our commissioners at Ghent, and sai
to be unauthorized by the American Govern
?nent. I
IlI. But after landing first" on ith. Ca
nada shore, and issuing this proclanalior
it appears that Col. Cass "fought the>
long and well "--and according to his b'i
Sgrapher spilt the first blood during the la,
war.". Now this appears to us as meagre
recommendation as is the merit of the flir
landing. Spilling blood of itself-is of n
great importance, except -it -eads to som
importiniL result,. .Ve. have again consult
ed-'he-ri`.ecnr-iJearn the trjui--wi p, these
--g-allant explu's of1 C--a'one- a66ss o th>_4
--- nada sh "" --
f (TO BF CONTyU~ib .t-

Co'respondence of the Chroprcle & Sentinel.
Taylor lit Alx6'ama.
.' LOWNDErs Cou.x'y, Ala., July 23.
"SIR :-The Whigs had a great gartheing
in this county at Hayneville, on the 22d
'The crowd was tremendous and the spirit o
enthusiasm in proportion.
The Hon. Jamps E. B4ilsr, heretofor
one of t hie most distiingni-bhed and influen
lial Dbmrnocrris in 'the Stale-a member o
Congress, and one of the most able ani
active Polk cham pions in 1844, alteinded
and made one of his greatest efforts. in faivo
of. Taylor. He contended that tliesafet
fillie country and particularly of the South
.required absolutely his election. Mr. B
'said hle haid been one of the most violent o
Democratic piaritizans, but if' he could bi
forgiven lie would be so no more. He 'had
not changed a single pi-iciple, nor woh
he, but he had become convinced that ti
follow the lead of the wireworkers of the
Democracy would require ;many sacrifice
and hingeses, which lie could ntiot imke
The Baltimore Convention had put forth ;
,candidate which-the Southelrn Democrat
colItld'not supi)orl consistently, and many o
'hemi would not try, conclusive reasons fo
which he proceeded to give. ie tlien (de
cleared his intention to support, with all his
might, thle brave old Rough and Ready.'
For this course., hlie advanced cogent and un
answerable reasons. He siid that (hen
could be no better President than Wasbhing
ton, but that Taylor won1d be as near hi
equol as mortal man can be. His appeal t
*those Democrats who have heretofore harp
ed so much upon tile slavery question, was
perlfectiJy overwhelming. FHe contrasted til
action of the two Conventiions on this sub
ject, and showed that the Democrats virtu
-ally endorsed the proviso by voting alminos
'unanitno'u-41y :i2:iinst a resolution condemn
ing it; whilst 'the Whigs had voted to lay
4the proviso, itself, on thetable by acclama
tion. He urged every one who had a vote
"be he Whig or Demrnocrit, to cast that'voat-
for Zad'h Taylor, and the exfiorted the La.
dies to give the gallant oldHero their smiles,
and 'blessiigngs- i-i- trhe contest, and to urge
_-t'er 'hisibitiis, sons nrr lovers to stand by
him ndl nevIer sur'endcr.
This speech was right to the point, jusi
sue.-a one as always "does the work."
Several il e hi--js a_ rpesepl rhe .... i--
and all endei-n tifC 1P-1 VI y ul,m ',
'our cause. Very many of'the mogt taleritet
and efficient Democrats in (his region, ar
'opposing Cass with all their might, anc
there reill'y is a prospect of old Zach's car
ryjing this 'heretofore Gibralter of Democra
cy. your's, ZACK.

Extract from the' Speech of Mr. Stewart,
OfJ Pennsylvania-, on topics involved in (th
Presidential Contest.

ECONOMY OF GENERAL cASS.
And there was anot-her hirig to whi-ch hi
wished to call the special attention of gen
-tlemen. General Cass was said to be a friend
,to economy. He was a very great econo
wist. He takes especial care of the pe-o
,pie's money-especially when he gels it ii
.his own pocket. [Laughter.] He had some
proofs on this subject to which he would
refbr 'the committee, and he ca(ed uipom
gentlemen to eKamiine the official docutnent
which- he should produce. Gei. Cuss, i
was known, wa once -Governor of Michigat
and ex-officio Saperintendent of Indian Af
fairs, appointed und-er a special law, with,
fixed salary of $2000 per ann-m. He wa
appointed Governor, and was ex-officio Su
perintendent of Indian Affairs, just as th,
President of the United States is Presiden
and ex-officio ComnmandM'-in-chiefof th
army and navy; an't he would ask gentle
men had the one any+ more right to extr;
pay th.'n the other. But Governor Cas
.not only drew his salary while he held tla
,office., between seventeen and eighteen years
'but he charged extra compensation while,
'drawing his salary of $2000 per annum
-amounting to the enormous sum of $60,41'
*over and above his~salary. 4-e would reach
-to the committee some of the itenms to shoe
,what the character of these charges was
,vwhich he had derived from offi',:ia amd au
then"ntiTsources, amid which could not, am
he presumed, w-o'ild not be cortrowerted o0-
this floor.
Extra charges hy Governor Cass, as Gover-
nor and Saperiitenden', of Iindian Affiirs
over and abve his regt$-:r salt+ry, as pet
do~uinent No, 324, 1839,4(rsession, 25th
Cnimress, page 2.


From 4)ctoher 9, 1813, to Ma 29. 1822, (9
years\ 10 rations per d/, (20 cents
each.)\ $6,610
Front Oet'her 9, 1813, to Rt 31,
41831, $\00 per annum, extr|ala.
Y' \ 26,716

$33,325
Said to be alHow' by, Mr.-C6oun si"
years after he was nut o office.
Document No, 112 same session
page 15, partly enbraced in thr
subsequent aceoujts 70
:55days per dipin. a $5 pier diem, 7
S.ravelling expense, 40 cetnts per
M ile\ in eoncludtig treaties at
-- rereeFille. 1814, Mary's 1818.
-'a4i anld Saur tie Marie, and
a . -trr'gieiient with the
.iW1y'ltom. &.C., ffo,., 1817 to
10,- s Per docutnenLS o6, 3d
"< t" 'ses toi T7ihto' n.oniess, ,'5iig
Si.t (being, extra co upensall' It _
t eaty Preparing before atnd after .
treat. 2 -/ 2,47
Per die-i. 52 day mneO &-b'. ($8
per day an. 44 cents per mile at -
14e treaty of--hickao, int) 1821, f9


For attendance at Washington in
1821-22 (208 days) to settle his own
accounts, and mileage, (10 rations
per day,) and $1,032, travelling
expenses 1,448
Extra services as commissioner to
treat with the Indians at Wanagh-
koneitf. and at Prairie du 'Chien,
1825.29 days, daily pay and mile-
age, $356, taking treaty to Wash-
ington $2092 2,448
Similar services in Indiana in 1826,
.46 days 552
SiMrntar services in Fond do Lac in
1 826 (^ a~ "
isrni c(ir "'r t,, ,
iQS,60 das .96
1ar"setrviccsat Green Bay in 1828,
66 days 1,112
Similar services at St. Joseph's in
1827, 10 days. 240
Services and expensesiin Waslhington
city in 1828, preparing a code for
the regulation of Indian affairs, and
mileage, 1iI-I days. 1,520
Services for superintenflng Indian
"'agencies at Piqua, Fort Wayne
and 'Chicago, for the years '1822-'3
'4--'5-'6-'7-'8, at $1.500 per annum, 10,500
Similar services, same agencies, 1820
'30, and part of 1831, at $-1,500 per
anunIuX 3,875

Total extra charge $60,412
It would appear from this statement,
made from documents specially referred to,
(and which, 'if wrong, can be corrected by
Gen.-'Cass's friends,) that he charged and
received pay four times for tIhe same period
o riirre.
Is. His regular s'lary as Governor
ex-.fficio superintendent of Indian
affairs of the Territory of Michi-
gan, $2,000 per annum for about
18 years. :36,000
2d. Fifteen hundred per annum extra
salary .from 1813 to 1831, nearly 18
years, paid in 1831. 26,715
Rations-ten rations per day at 20
cents each for between 9 and 10
years. 6,610
3d. Fifteen hundred dollars per an-
numin extra salary from 1821 to 18,31,
about ten years, being part of the
abore S18 years. 14,375
4t'h. Specific charges for 772 days o'f
the above time, at $8 per day and
40 cents mileages. In attending at.
Indian treaties, at Washington, to
settle his own accounts, and for ex-
tr:i pay as above, preparing an In-
dian code, &c., being upwards of
$16 per day for the time specified
above. 12,712

Total..............-...896,412
This last charge, with his three salaries,
one fixed at $2,000, and two extra salaries
of $1,500 each, would make his pay at this
period anunt to $11,355 per annum-more
than $31 per day. Sunday and a-ll, exclu-
sive of his rations, taken from the pockets
of the tax paying people of the United
States by Gen. Cass, for his services as
Governor andi Superin'tendent of Indian af-
fairs for the Territory of 'Michigan, at a fix-


I what will they be as 14-sident. At the
e same rate they will amount to upward of
I $60,000 per annum, which he would have
- just as good a right to claim as ex-officio
- commander-in-chief of the army and navy
of the United States. Where is the differ-
ence?
'In connexion wvitlthis, t'hcre was rfie 'fact
e that some of these accounts were made ou't
and certified when he was himself Secretary
of War; but, not liking to pass his-own ac-
counts, he left them to his successor wirh
the. endorsement that they were authorized
Sand-c'torredc't.
S And yet Gen. 'Cass Was a g&eat'eco'nomiS't.
'He subscribed to the Baltimore maxim,
that "tihe people's money must be careful-
Sly guarded for the people's benefit."
e But he [Mr. S.] thought thle General had
Sin this case rather exceeded the bounds of
Moderation, whatever lithe opinion's of others
might be. But this was not -all that Gen.
t Casshad received. Besides the above, re-
ceived as Governor of Michigan, and ex-
* officio Superintendent of Indian Affairs, he
a was about five years Secretary of War, at
s $6,*00 per annum, being a total of $30,0900.
He was sub'sequently some six years minis-
" te''to Si. Cloud, at $9,000 per annum, be-
t ing $54000, with ail outfit of $9,'000 and an
e infit Af $4,500; maaking a total of some
$97J00. The amount o'f extra charges
a during his travels in Europe and in the Holy
s Lard he had not yet ascertained; he pre-
sured they were considerable. Add to
itifse sums his pert diem and mileage as
e 5anatorfron Michigan, his pay as an officer
e, during the late war with Great Britain, and
2 i would present an aggregate of between
E ivo and three hundred thousand dollars of
v bhe people's money. Enough he thought,
,t satisfy a reasonable man ; but it seemed
Smr, he wants one hundred thousand more.
I Oithe private conduct and character of
(i6. Cass he would say nothing, but his
official conduct was a fair and legitimate
. object of discussion, anil he would not
sirink from the discharge of his duty, be
r te consequences what they. It was to the
e'tra charges hlie wished to call the especial
attention of his friends, and he would be
glad if they could furnish some satisfactory
explanation of these extraordinary charges,
which he feared they could not and would
not give.
He hoped the friends of Gen. Cass would
examine these matters and be able to give
some explanation of them. The people of
this country would expect it to be cleared
up some how or other, though he believed
that it would be found that there were no
vouchers to sustain these extra charges-not
the oath of a single witness to establish their
justice, but they were left to depend mainly
if not altogether on the statements of Gen.
Cass himself on his own ipse dixit. But
Is hour was fast wasting away and he must
h r-y otn.

Go"- ,.Nine bars of Gold, the product
Counitak n from mines in Buckingham
share oVir iia,1 are attracting no small
that the'len that State. It is said
'-nense of syle'ut e alay, while the
a ""rap. "en tter ---. out 8$25


taken the stump for
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FOR GOVERNOR:
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS:
Hon. E. C. CABELL.
FOR ELECTORS:
General JACKSON MO'MON,
Of West Florida.
Col. A. G. SEMMES, Alternate.
Colonel SAMUEL SPENCER,
Of Middle Florida.
GEORGE W. CALL, Jr, Alternate,
Colonel JOHN H. McINTOSH,
Of East Florida.


We Tefer 'our readers to an extract we
publish to-day 'from a speech of the Hon.
A. Stewart, of Pennsylvania. It contains a
statement of trhe monies' drawn from the
Treasury 'by Le'wis Cas's'fora series of years,
in thle shape of salaries and extra charges.
As these specifications are taken from the
'Records at Washington, and th-lie friends of
Gen. Cass ,'vete challenged to'tntkc the ex-
amination themselves and correct errors, if
any were made, and no denial of their cor-
rectness appearing, we are bound to consi-
der them true transer'ilpts from official re-
cords. The result of the examination is
this: 'Gen. Cass held the office of Governor
of Michigan Tior about eighteen years, and
his regular salary attached by law toi that
office was 000 per annum, and 'he would
have been legally 'entitled to pay for TI6
years Governor at $2000, is $36,000. Now,
one of us here in Florida would have con-
sidered that a right comfortable income for
sitting in office all theyear, with the dignity
of Governor attached. But Gen. Cass's
appetitee increased 'with what it fed uponn"
and he managed to make out a bil'l against
the Government, for extra egvices, of$60,-
412. In other words, tile trimmings cost
more than the'coat. The salary was a mere
"circumstance compared to the odds 'and
ends. This bill of Gen. Cass 'reminds us
of a circumstance which occurred some
years ago in Alabama. A friend of ours was
eternally anxious to retain a small office


attac-hed" the office was very small, iw ex-
pressed some surprise about his extreme
urgency to retain it. "Ah," said he, "there
is where you are mistaken-the legal salary
'is nothing hardly, but I tell you it is a valu-
able office notwithstanding-there is lots of
little yerkin~es '(perquisites) to be picked up
that you don't know about." We think
General Cass's bill is a pretty good illus-
tra'tiown 'of our friend's 'high valuation of the
"little perkinses." The 'fact is the Michi-
gan General is a very eatm-ordinary man,
but the 'extras are confined to his bills against
the Government.

The Star of the West" makes an ad-
m'irable blu'uder when it charges General
Brown with voting for the 6 Chain Gang
Bill," in our Legishiture of 1845. The
Editor must certainly hive a very short
memory, if he forgets that that bill was i,'.
producedd for the benefit of the Cities of Key
West and Apalachicola, by their respective
Representatives. The member from TKey
West introduced the bil1. and SAMUEL W"
Si'ENCEit, a notable DttAWocCRA't from Apa-
lachicola, supported it With all his might-.
It was a local measure altogether, and Gen.
Brown thought that Samuel W. Spencer
and the membet- from Key West ought to
know what laws their constituents needed.
Gen. Brown did'nt know how many pool-
people there were in Apalachicola over
whom this law would have been 'enforced;
but 'the Democratic member from Franklin
County knew the character of the popula-
tion ia Apalachicola, and he said by his vote
that we needed such a' law, and of .course
Gen. Brown could not object to letting us
have it.


The Floridian ought to write another life
of Cass-we have four now, but neither the
March or June edition, for North or South,
has this whipping exploit. We think the
imagination of the Floridian Editor might
concoct something saleable. Zadock W.
McKnew, Esq. certifies ti hat they have made
several efforts to get up something saleable
without effect. By the *ay, did not Zadock
certify rather more than was wanted '--that
acknowledgement of unsaleableness is rat her
a severe inuendo on the pretensions of the
Michigan General.

We have conversed with a gentleman just
from Mexico, and who has mixed much
with the volunteers now returning from the
theatre of war, and he says that in his opin-
ion more than nine-tenths of them are en-
thusiastic in their suort of Gen. Taylor.

Dialogue.
SJoHu.--Did Cass actually break his sword
2l rendered ?
-no anything lse.


. mTiiK oI r t-ueeraismm ot yore-ne was
educated to resist it, not only in name but:
inprinciple, and disguise it as you, will-
call i't by what name you please, when its
fruits begin to mature, they are readily de-
Stected by the eye of one who has tasted of
their bitterness ; and if this doctrine Wt ren-
dering the will of a party-a faction-para-
mount to the will of the people, is not the
old Federal doctrine, our senses must have
changed wonderfully with the progress of
years. To show this more clearly, let us
refer to a debate in the Continental Con-
gress, (we extract from a speech of Mr.'Clay-
ton's,) in regard to the Ieto power Vhich
Mr. Cass and his party carry to the greatest
latitude. In Madison's State Papers, fpate
161, Mr. 'Geery's proposition being before
the 'tormfi'tteet
"M1 Hamilton '(a 'edera'list) toved tJhat:
1h'e fast part be struck out, so as to give the
Exiecutivean absolute negative on all laws."
"Mr. Gerry (a Democrat) said he saw no
necessity for so great a control over the Le-
gislature, as the best te'n in the country
would be comprised in the two branches."
"Doct. 'Pranklin (a Democrat) sa'id he was
sorry to dilfer from his colleague. .te 'had
some exptrience'of this check in tlhe Exec-
utive, on the Legislature, under tAe propri-
etory Government of Pennsylvaoia. The
'negative of the Governor was always used
to extort money-no good law could 'be
passed without a bargain with the Execu-
ti've-the first Executive will be a good man
-nobody knows who will come after. The
Executive will always be increasing here as
elsewhere, till it ends in Monarchy."
Mr. Wilson (Federalist) thought the
Executive ought to be able to defend itself."
"Mr. Sherman (the Democratic Shoe-
maker) was against enabling any one 'man
(o stop the will of the whole. No one man
could be found so far above all the rest in
wisdom-we might avail ourselves of his
wisdom in revising laws, but not permit him
to overrule or veto the decided and 'cool
opinions or the Legislature."
This whole 'subject demands the exercise
of ati cool and deliberate judgment by the
people. The price of liberty is eternal
vigilance."i The pevpl'e are the sentineds,
and in their watchfulness must abide our
trust

Joshua R. Giddings, in a speech recently
made at an abolition meeting in Massachu-
setts, said "he knew Mr. Fillmore to be
favorable to Southern slavery," and called
upon abolitionists to defeat his election, if
possible.
The Floridian says Mr. Fillmore is a po-
litical friend and associate of J. R. Giddings,
and is an abolitionist.
That story won't do with sensible men, Mr.
Floridian-try again.
The Floridian says Cass was foremost in
whipping the British in the last war.
History says he was foremost t6 surrender
without giving even one blow for liberty.


(Germ-.C s tne t' otth rie(fm


and taking deliberate aiwm at him, pulled the
trigger, blut, providentially the gun missed
fire."
The Po'rrrt h art'erjy Biographler relates
the same inrrcident as follows '"' MAfter much
fruitless e0d0eavor to cd'fciliaft'e, h'e returned
towards hi's canoe, wlte'b -t young :tn'df'a
Snapped kis rifle at his b'fc'k. Wtemh'er th'e
piee '*was loaded 9tA'd Imised'lre, '"r 'hre ,irct
'was an -empty, but significant .token'df en-
mity, is not known."
Such are the falsehoods, acc''rdlWi0 'to
their own whiine'ss's, 1'tith which the Demo.,
crack enil cidvo r 'to deceive the people as to
the rea'l services and importance of Lewis
Cass. His imperfections are all hid in the
dark, and what man of'commnon sense does
riot know that all men must have a'dai* as
well as a bright picture of life. If the De-
mocrats thus wilfully misrepresenil the good
and 'conceal the bad acts of Lewis Cass, it
is but-sheer justice to 'the 'people that the
Whigs should undertaken s how the many
imperfections, and contr&drItions of char-
acter, under which the Dewmocratic nominee
labors.

General Washiqgton, when notniuated by
his Triends for the Presidency, replied that
he dolubted his qualifications for civil office,
having spent most of his life in camps."
Gen. Taylor says he has spent near
forty years of his life at military posts on
thb rontiters, and doubts his qualifications
for civil'office, but if elected, will serve the
country to the best o* his ability.'
Gen.. Cass expresses no doubtsoT f-his
ability, and agreeC to serve his country ac-
cording to the dictates ofhis party.
SThe fact is, 'Gen. Cass has not spent his
life in camp's. He wehti into-a Governmnient
office in 1813, and has not been exposed
much ever since. He has danced attend-
ance, too, on Royalty, in the Courts of
Europ'e-has amassed a fortune of half a
million in Government employitents, and is
every way qualified to enact the hafi ton in
the White House. Talk or old Zach
among the gorgeous furniture of the Presi-
dent's mansion-faugh !-stick a bear in a
china shop. The fact is, we must give it
up, we can't make a polished courtier out of
old Rough and Ready. Gen.Taylord-oes
surrender in that line of business.

We see it remarked in the papers that
Mr. Riggs, of the firm of Corcoran & Riggs,
brokers of Washington City, has retired
with a fortune of one and a half millions of
dollars. We may therefore infer that the
firm has made, by shaving, three millions in
a few years. We never heard of much mo-
ney being made in Washington City by
brokerage before the establishment of the
Sub Treasury. Who did ?


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the Only hope of rallying their party at the
North and South, by abating the agitation,
and they therefore cling: to it, with the en-
ergy of despair and with the convulsive
st-uggle of, him who has staked. all on the
turn of a die. They 'have endeavored td
give it a political aspect, which is'in every
way to be deprecated, and which its patri-
otic author, from first to last, eviirely dis-
regarded both in the public discbssion ahd
in consultation with his priVate rrlehida.' My
opportunities enable'me to speak.-with full
knowledge on this point, as well as to sIAy,
that Mr. Clayton has beeb moved in all this
proceeding by no other purpose, than to Out
at rest a dangerous excitement abd tl pre-
serve the Union at every hazard. If he
fails, it will not be forf *ant bf 5ffrt' or laboit
or anxiety, to su'ceed-.' He has wrought
nobly, and the friends. Who have felt con
strained to differfrbm.bim-4 are those most .
willing to-render him the voluntary tribute
of their respect for the high and honorable
motives which have actuat'd his conduct *
and for the manner ih'which he has borne
himself throughout the struggle.
If discussion is permitted in ,the' Hntise,
several changes may occur, for certaini gen-
tlemen are exceedingly teoacious of being,
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We ask the peruSal of a communication,
in to-day's paper, signed ", togitator." The
writer calls attention to the respecti've posi-
tions of the two candidates for-the Presi-
dency. Some of our Democratic friends
complain that Gen. Taylor has avoweA- no
principles; we think there is a most impor-
tant principle involved in the diverse posi-
tions occupied by the two candidates-a
principle vital to the very existence of our
Republican Government. One candidate,
(Jen. Taylor, offers himself as an Executive
President under the Constitution. He pro-
1Pu.1 "- -- ,measpures approved by
t h e f w o Tv > 'l,,+ Lf^ T ^ | ||; ijj n .
meant, existing under "ie-Constituion-4-
Legislative and Judicial. The odiTher 'can-
didate, Getn. Cass, proposes to'carry out the
resolutions of the 'fBaltivore 'Convention-tlo
execute 'the will of that sel-eonstft'uted pat-
tizan body, and if fr'e co-ordina're b'ranc'hes
of Govern'went-the Legislative and Judi-
c'ial-concur" ih support 'of any mtea'su're,
'Gen. Cass obligates himself not to be their
Erxeculi'rr officer, but to veto and obstruct
their 'measures, if they are not in accor-
dance with -the' dicta of the convention
aforesaid.
As General 'Taylor has aVowed this great
republican principle, 'of acting only as the
agent-Ithe Executive 'to carry out the will
of the majority of the people when consti-
tutionally expressed, under ih'e decision of
the Judiciary-where is the great necessity
of knowing his private opinions regarding
measures of policy ?-his opinion, accor-
ding to his view of his duties, is of no more
value, practically or effectively, upon the
legislation of the country than that of the
humblist voter in the land. According to
his principles, (and he shows he has read
time doctrines of Jefferson understandingly,)
if he errs, *he does so in carrying out the
will of the majority. But, occupying the
position Gen. Cass does-pledged to carry
out the measures of the Baltimore Conven-
tion, and pledged to veto the will of the ma-
jority of rhe people, if'that will should con-
flict with 'the measures 'recommended by
t'hft body, it is of vast import-ance we should
know what measures he will -let uspass. Ac-
cording to the doctrine of the Locofoco
party, the will of the people is -estopped by
authority- of 'w'hatlX A packed body of
office-holders and office-seekers in the Bal-
timore Convention ; and if t'be people ;ap-I
proach Mr. Casa, in the majesty of all the
attributes with whicli they are endowed by
their ,o'vT'Constitution, rind de'rrmatnrl issig--
nature to effectuate their wishes, "he "has,
agreed 'by his pledges to sputrn their will,!
and flaunt in 'their faces-t'he Baltimore:


Two Lives of Gen. Cass-Before ftd since
his Nomination for the Pres9tnccy.
In the "Nalional Portrait C1ler pub-
lished in 1834, the biograp of Gen. Cass
states, that "when the enterpAlfe of Col.
Burr began to agitat~fee c'tnty, hle (Gen.
Cass) was appointedl.'ot'bmmittee to which
the subject was ife'red. 7his present biog-
raphers make no mention 'of '/hat comnihittee
of the memlb# of the Ohio Legitslaiure ; bhut
say that "ihe drafted the law which arrest-
cd th e traitorous designs of Burr," &c. ,
His 2d)tgrapher (see Star of the West)
says :;/Stung with mortification on hearing
of tie surrender, (of Hull,) Cohlonel Cass,
wben ordered to deliver up his sword, in-
-atantly shivered it in pieces, and threw it
to- "ti, refusing to surrender it to the
ntenemy. t in
His isto r (see Portrait Gallery)
says: "When the 0 capitulated, he
'(Gen. Cass) was NOT PRE ,but the de-
tachment with wh.cih he was se, under
'Col. M'cArthur, was included,'(in r
Yrender) and being unable to retreat by t
impracticable route behind it, (the detach-
ment) -submitted, and was embarked for
Ohio ;" 'but Getn. Cass immediately re-
paired to Washington." There is no sword
breaking scene mentioned by the auihor of
his life in 1834. There is certainly a con-
tradiction; for Col. Cass was not present;
and consequently could not refuse to sur-
render it, when he was ordered to deliver up
his sword." One of his biographers is
guilty 'of 'pditive falsehood.
Gen. Cass's 2d biographer (see 'lta'r of
the West) says, that "unaccompanied ex-
cept by his interpreter, he (Gen. Cass) ad-
vanced directly into their midst, '(the In-
dians) and with his own hands pu'ited down
the flag, (of Great Britain) trampled it un-
der his feet, and AFTER*ADS BURN'KD i'r,
ordering the interpreter to inform the Indians
that they were within th'e jurisdiction of the
United States, and that no other flag than'
theirs could be permit'e'd to wave over it."
The 1st biographer (see Portrait GaJeryy
holds this langpage-:-- Taking unly tn in-
terpreter with him he (Gen. Cass) advanced
to the Indian encampment and pulled down
with his own hands the Anglo savage &ag,
&c. Having given this bold and practical
rebuke, he returned to his party, TAKING'
WITH HIM THE FLAG, and leaving the In-
dians to further reflection." Now, we ask.
how could Gen. Cass have taken the "Anglo
savage flag with him to his party," after this
same flag had been" trampled under his
feet and burned up?" Comment is .useless.
The electioneering biographer of Gen.
C.rsS (see'Star of the West) says: "As he
/Gorf. ,Cass') turned t'o reo to the river (from-


The truth is, the old Federalists hated Caau
because he was FOREMOSTr in whipping' ,eir allies,
theBritish, in thitelast war "-Flondiali.
Well, all weShave to say is, ltat if the
Federalists did hate him, ihey havegot well
over it now, for' we find Buchanao, Ban-
croft, Ingersol, Wilkins, McLeau,'Toueyi
Taney, Vroom, Wall, Wbittlesey and k
host of others, the rankest Federalisisio
the last '*with Great Britain, now ahmost
devoted supporters. If they ever dh have
a 'quatret, Will the Floridian advise show
their difference his bee6b reconciled ?v The
Floridian should be 'caIeful, t he subject
of Federalhism-Gen. Cass wea un' tedly
a Federalist himself in 1812, ani'd we caa
easily account forithe affiliation now between
him and the objects of his first Ibve. As
to Gen. Cass's whipping the British, it is
news to us, and we have examined the his-
tory of the war of 1812 and can't find it,.
and we would be obliged if tbe,-Floridiat
would furnish us the history of that affair.
We have no disposition to conceal from the
people any of Gen. Cass's military'exploits:
the a.rrY ,-i-fr-w .nT-, commencing" li
1812. bo'w.+ao .we recoticire the following
dales? Hull gurrebdered on the 15th of
Auagust, 5812, a ioCass wasjhen taken pri-
'soner, and was ngo exchanged for some
months afiter-so i'fh\ whipped any British,
up to the spring of 81~\ he must have done
so while a Britisfc prisoner. Then we find
that from the 9th of Oct, i8U3, he acts as
Governor o6f Michigan a supeinWent
'of Indian affairs, Ye'cei'vint ( ihe lnext e.-
suing nine years 00'O per '* ttrhi salary,,
and Oitso 'extras to the amount 833,325.
But this is all folly. History %uhild cer-
taibly mention Gen. Cas'sbabaf'tles iP"e eVes-
won any. Bu.t th'e 'only Mention WIhave
of Gen. Cass, by historians, connected vith
the wa'r of f'812, is hi presence at Hfu'4's
surYender. Nobody bla'e'es him forsurren.
during on that occasion--itlay, iWdeed
think he bebaVed Very childish to breaj .Jiis
-aword-still he showed that. he had+re.,4
Shakspeare-tp adfan'tfg'e and profit to him-,
self, abnd is certainly this day a standing-,
portly example 'that "discretion is the
better p't of Vnlor,;"
'the r'eadinees Wih which bi;en. Taylor con:-
. sented to eat his own declarations to Winthrop
'and Stewart, at the behest of Balie t'e.ton and
his colleagues on the managing com i-tme, pves
him tio be 'as unworthy ," c'6Bfitedh ne as any
schenme"r tl has eve-er Ifi'ertakeii ,ib tblxAT his
way int'O place."--N .Y. True Sun, July 8.
We take the hbove beautiful extract'i
from the Gweiofrnm'ei papel i n New York.
The Edito that sheet wts gsbl obh fr6-r
Washington, a 'sht itmhe "ago, ib do the
dirty work" f'tr his party l that city. It
the influence of such Aleitiure is worth any
--l^-t~+,-~ -+-----,--&-e .,,* tbgHw. ceii'ed in the American petipTe. We do not
think any American citieW-Whiig r Dem-
ocrat-will think anything the better of any
administration which employs s iblb a crea-
lure as the Editor of the Tru-fttth; ( 3en.
Taylor-the'old soldier-the Ifler lif three
wars-who is described by the Deflfcrai1;
Gen. Twiggs, Gen. Smith, and Col. BFgg;
's distinguished mainly for his integrity--in
fact Gen. Twiggs and Smith say that dis-
honesty shuns his presence "-to have such
a i'ian denominated as a schemer, under-
taking to che'at his way into place," and that
ch-aYge'o re b -ought by a pensioner of go:
verun' ,'tit--* grovelling dependant upon pat-
ronage-2fting' live blush to the cheek of
humanity. 't mhay increase the surprise of
our Florida hVhei't% 6 earn that this charge
of the Editr i's 'based iup(;n a certificate of
Wm. f'. Wiid-er--who .'c'ertiies "that he
heard Col. Winhrop saI y that ten. Taylor
had informed him that he huid hot authorized
the Louisiana Delegaiton t ple'tge him,"
&C. Our iuotda'm Flori'dia's, Who have
g'ot into (oVerntent emplk'y, seelei to be
making themselves quite usefizl as certificate
makers. We notice Another in Washing-'
ton has gotten his name in thb papers, in
that line of business.

The following ex'traet lromti a letter olf
Independent," in' the "North American
and Gazette," which was written before tih
Oregon Bill came into the House f Repre-
sentatives, will show some 'orthe causes
which operated in the rejection of that bill
by the Hou'se:
The friends of- the Administration,':and
the particular parlizans of General Capss,
are laboring earnestly and incessantly to
carr-y the bill. They seem to regardit as


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Ai, Mr. Tuck' on the record. Mr. Westcott us, and the lessons of experience crowding
. F and tMr.Fpote admitted in open Senate, upon us, for any party to pledge themselves
flit iltou!Ltlreyjdid not approve Of _pro- t...... .
t- fialeug n the idid not approve o r- to pursue the same measures of policy for
Iu- dnto etues intJhe Bill, 'they were in-
fo^" -.r it, because Mr. l- wsfour years to come. Is it not a little pre-
M4; v erpe to -its passage. This indicates an sumptuous for a party who hbw believe
Y '- hta'ned sentiment among the Lucofocos they have discovered errors 'in 'the policy of
of-. orida-and Mississippi, when a Senator a Washington, 'I Jeffers'tr, alid a -Jackson,
are itio't do what he'believes to be right to a ,,.. ,,,., u.
Sbec. hean the b o c a to arrogate to emtselves present ad future
S the Prsidency happen to think alike. infallibility 7 Are we bound to believe that
.. The recentt message fr6k 'tlne Pieident perfection Is' last Tfound in t*e'measures
90cuple tile time of the House tp 'to t.he of policy *lad d'oin by the Baltimore Con-
llou~ofaklrnmnt, Mr. LincoIn, of 11-
S.0 t 131.f Aqrnment -Mr inon 1-vention, and that Lewis Cass is' tih'e ne plus
1Moins, made ko excellent and 'humorous ii.... !., .rt
speech, reviewing the varioUi.'ext'ra allow. ultra of human perectability I trust the
S aces made to Get. Cass, and the consump- progressive Democracy have 'riot so soon
tion of heavy ratioins',U Micfigan fnd Wdsh- reached the ultimta thule of their discoveries.
ingloB at.' one an.dthe a-tie time, as appears ought ';ot e'xlierience to have taught the
by his accounts. IDEPENDENT modern Democracy how unwise 'it is to pre-

We think that the Edit o uf the "1tar dicale party organization upon Measures ra-
'of theWest" makes a little triistake, 'ivhen their tha principles? In 1844 we were as-
She, says that we desired him to d&rw A pa- sured by the Baltin0ote Dem6cratic Con-
rallel between' the political character of Mr. vention that our title 6't 'Oregon, up to 54'
Fillmore and Gen. Cass. The Whigs haVYe 40, was'clear and indisp'utable," and vet Mr.
not put up Mr. Fillmore in opositioh r'd Polk waits glad 'to get 49. Now we know this
Gen. Cass, and no good would rtosult to the 'cry about 54' 40 gave Mr. Polk a large
country from a comparison of the two mien. vote in the Western States, and yet lihe
SThe Editor must be bewildered by the backed out," and fell back upon the safe
i'r.Doise and confusion" of General tqylor's WhT line of 49. What guarantee have
| advance guard, as 'the Old Hero marches you that Mr. Cass will not find it expedient
iumphantly onward to the White House. clihange some of the measures of policy he
seems to be so enraptured at the popu- now adopts 'wi'thin the next four years?
,ty of General Taylor, that he forgets that Certainly his 'course within the last two
.s is opposed to such a noble chieftain; years argues anything but a fixedness of
4' 1or the time the Editor believes that opinion in regard to 'marny important mea-
T'i Q0re is the man whom Gen. Cass wishes sbres of policy. We ad'vdcated 'warminly the
to tin t dthe Presidency. We Wilmot Proviso-he now thinks it inexpe-
'dtl object to hthqe arts voting FO, dient to press that subject. But a 'few
GTAYLOR ALONE, and leaving out Fill- months s ago he voted against Mr. Polk's
.T Cass, Butler'and Van Buten. T-iere veto of the River and Harbor bill-now, he
ib "abso lte tiecessit'y of electing a Vice ,cordlially" agrees with a Resolu'ti6'n cen-
Sdent. The Senate can attend to that sur,., his own vote in that instance. But Ai
;: ,'iess rather than haieOld Zach beaten. few yeats ago, Gen. Cass found 'm`tch to
^:' leon, brother Deihocrat's. Wbe ar--g tr-aidOin the Government of Louis Phil-'
'. e you falling intb 'tfe lines to do honor ippe"- 'ly has made a speech laudatory ;
"E" C1eONDIDATE OF` TfE C6Nsq8ITUTION. of the nmov .t which destroyed that re-
/ RE. gime. All these ges are exhibited not
o'-fo'k 't" enyastpre so forasincoitsis-t
On Sunday if'rning, about 9 o'c5ck.t'he so much to arraign e'-ass for inconsis-
A-, rm of fire was &4iv'h, whetn flames were easroe horassing it is to
| 7 / ,. .,. ,. /,. adopt measures alone and 'de`S%%qa,.i.,,
l len bursting from the 'rdof of 'the City te lic
principles, in party organization. '"i'(J.a
. otel. The citizens weresoon 6h'the spot n in pay o i, " A o^tel. The c s were 'n ot St ,contend for is this, that what may se', a
Svith the engines, and by the greatest exer- god sr e o i t a t a,. ca
M ionss were able to save the adjoining build- gr s re o -a, ay, f r a ocan of
Sngs. Te H l ws a high te s principle to-day, may, from a change of
/gs. The Hotel was a high three story times, circumstances, or the teachings of
Frame building, with the kitchen joining thexperience, be 'a bad measure of pii-
~ ." -F experience, be 'a bad measure of poc,,,ey-^-
next houses. By great promptness in te'rgr- , ... ...
int- o es ry ge p o nne ion effect a like object one year hence. Be-
ing down and destroying this connectiont, ., s s t a
'M,~.,, cause M~T defferson supported a protective
the fire was kept in the building in which it cau .- 180,on pirte o. pr f
-, arrTrnf in 1809, will tile lOCOJOCO parly o
Originated, and whit.ch 'wvas entirely consu- .T-i,, 1809 .sh. n f or pr oi
,,this day say lie was in ravo'r of monopolies?
med. It was occupied at the time by two Becaube Mr. Madison 'in 1816 admitted the
or three farmioie, \vho saved all their ftiYrni- tecest f the Nati nal ank, 'w.ill the.
...,. ., necessity. 0W the' N"atio'nal Bank, will the
ture. The day ivs e'xces'& y warm, and L'ofoco palty charge him with the intention
% >nany el the citizen's We're 'dve'ro'ome by ,heVr f s.'...b'
.a ofthe ".'ite w 'eo ,' of sh'btrtitting the Government to the money
i area exertions.- All tfurned ou'l and lent a .^^ ..^.* _. .^ ^ ..i^ i.^^
f hsoand whersib f i pposei 1O nt e'lerftrpn 'or our aTerritory,
Weinert wC6t actvl erre sto
'needed-even the omen 'ee activey em- and tepressed the spirit of foreign 'i,'vasion,
k Pployed, and the Weg'oe iria their share. a;,ong our people, 'ill the progressive De-
[lad not the greatest activity been used, the mnocracy of the present day say t'liat 'Gen.
J whole block would hy'e Wb'eeTi dfetYoyed. Washington wab defc'ie't 'tt pat0i'os'i be-
The Hotel was insured fo" tw'6'thousand cause he td itb't Yt'ih Ve 'c6uld "','allow
,, : dollars.--Star oft '. e. all Mexico" and suft'e'r 'fo lhar%' 'C certainly
F t.he Cmejl Ad"rts. n 'o ne would have We 6hardihood "tb dese-
No greater error etealt a'irtig ou e6- crAte, in such a way, the sacred me'Wories
4 pie, in the discussion 'of political matt'eis, of t'he Fathers of the Republic. All they
-tan than t of mistaken heas'iYeS for p'i'Wc'i- cat ;Ity Whi tlpolog'y 'for 'dilflering froin such
ples. Measures are th dic'tat'es o polcy. illu'rio'us n'me, is 'that the c"ireu'tn'c's
1 and are constantly affe't'ed bV 'he changes of tb'e country have changed, reluinrig a
S in times and circumstances. Principles are corresponding change in measures,
the same under all circumstances and at all These are my grounds for repudiating all
'times. For instance, we frelquentl, heair the party platforms constructed entirely upon
Democratic party avow opposition 'o an measures of policy. They are a clog to the
i' United Slates Bank as one of their priNci- progress of free and enlightened enquiry and
i pies. Now this opposition is only against a advancement, and only are er'ete! 16 sub-
measure of policy. The principle involved, serve party, instead of national bj'e'cts, and
si for which both parties contend, (Bank- are obstructions in tife path of our political
* 'ites and anti-Bankites) is the security of the presi-ess. In fact these party platforms have
S' *public funds-the facility of transmission, originated 'only within a few years. In the
&fe. Ont party advocates a Bank-the early History of Party in this country,, the
*Other advocates a Sub-Treasury, yet both great fundamental principles of Government
"e "iu'rs'ibg ,isures to effect the same were involved, and the lines, dividing Fede-

end, and to '%b the same principle. Mr. ralists from Democrats or Repubilicans,
Madison and Mr Jefferson-the great ora- were defined and distinct. The Federal
jleb dsr't'e Demoratic party-both advoca- party were in favor of confiding more power
ted.'in t heir day, Ih 'eYpedien'cy of a Na- in the hands of the Executive that he Re-
ti 'tiona lank as ateasu~e of policy'. Both publicans considered proper. The Repub-
o .*fthea sf s*t'pb'rted a Tariff for preter- licans contended that the people were the
'tion, as a fte b'fst calculated to score safest depository of all power, and that no
"a revenue, and 1's6 'to promote our corn- Wioe of their inherent power should be de-
"mercial indepetence. And I might also legated than was necessary for the conve-
"refer to Generalackson, the head of the nience 'ol Government, and that power
i Democratit or "ofoco party o'f 'he present should, when delegated, revert again to the
'day, as oleof tlealSt and most zealous people at short periods. The Federalists
-ad'vocates of a t:ffTor "protedtion. So that, 'advocated a restricted suffrage-property
'f the Demcra party of the present day lualifications of voters-that the President


insist upon it-i opposition to a National should be ele'ct'ed tor life, and all oiher offi-
Bank-oppotio to a tariff for pVotedion- ces be of longer tenure than the Republi-
opposition tinarnal imp'rov'efients by the cans were willing to allow. The Federal
i General Grrnmnent, are principles, they party Was dissolved in 1824, and has never
Smiust admit ihey are in principle oppo- since then had a distinct existence The
"-lied to theministrations of Waahingt'in, lenders of that party have associated mostly
-jeffersoi, idison. Monroe and Jackson. with the Locofoco partly of the present day.
SThis I preie they will hardly do, and yet Among them I will enumerate thIe following,
the rect'races them in that position, who are now prominent on the political
Igiow I wonot pretend to assert that the stage: 'James Buchanan, Lewis Cass, Mr.
SSages, ibns0Iidated our liberties in a Bancroft, 'C. J. Ingersbll, Lewis M'cLane,
pist age. w lini'gi, would advocate the Mr. Wilkins, Mr. Taney, and many others,
t ,'same mets of policy they did uphold who; after being driven, by the popular
" while upBp6fiiitcal stage, because the voice, 'rbio 'the advocacy of their original
i "anges het aid the different circum- principles, hnow seek to keep in office by
i ae s ot nation and of the world at hoodwinking tihe people with a faith com-
t largi mii'e changed their measures of posed of a patchwoirk of measures.
"' {* policy,o' firmly believe the great ob- General Taylor is of an old Republican
j,3ecia of tIatriotic lives-the cardinal stock-he inherits the principles of Jefferson
f" 't .prineiple'ir action, would not show a and Madison-those principles to which
s. | "badowning." the old Republican party clung at a time
i My groct in this communication is when Federalism stalked boldly through the
S 'to explairangerous it is, at this day, land. He believes in the capacity of the
amid the lions daily surrounding us- people for self- government, and is willing tc
S the new lontinuolly emerging before trust the safety and the stability of our in


Stil---he is .nro bold .I nr undisguised in
the developement of modern Democracy or
locofoc'd'ibfi, 'than the older heads:'bfTh'
party, and 'has, 'i'n his simplicity and candor,
unveiled to Us its true features. It is not
the doc'tr'ine of 'the pseudo Democracy of
the present day, '(6 yield to the will of the
majorityty. Th'e 'ctrine they act upon and
have ,'cte'd up6 fo'r several yeats back, is,
to be governed ohly by the vill of their
party. Their present 'ho1inee is pledged to
sustain ball the Resolutions of the Baltimore
Convention'. HIe has mnad'e 'nio reserve in
favor of tbhe "ill of the. people. S'Oppoie,
for 'ins'tan'ce, that, during thi next four years,
Mr. Cass should occupy the Presidential
chair, and the American people, by au imn-
mense majority, should repudiate any of the
measures of the Baltimore CoinventioW, vwe
have not 'a do' bt but Mr. Cass would 'do', as
Mr. Polk has :done before, follow the' dic-
tates of the Baltimore ConVention', and veto
the will of the people. The hSi'oe pproceed-
ings Of the Locofoco party, throughout the
land, have been in correspondence with this
action. Their Presidential no'iinees are
pledged to cArry out the will of their party,
even if that party is in the minority. This
is locofoco democracy, and it is this doc-
trine that Whig Democracy WArs against.
All we ask or Gen. Taylor as our nominee
is to carry out the will of the people, (not of
our party) when that will is constitutionally
expressed. And then we do not wish the
Constitutiodn a applied as he understands it,
but as it is expounded by the 'constituted
judicial tribunal of the country--that is, the
Supreme Court.
What is the tendency ot the doctrine of
Locofocoistn as bow practised? Let us
examine. A C'6onvention is called of the
party, not of the people-the members of
that Convention are not elected by the peo-
Sple nor responsible to the 'people. A few
Shundre'] men, appointed in this way, assem-
ble in conclave. They originate and draft
a string of Resolutions expressive bo'f 'their
measures of policy. They requiire their
I nominee to adopt these measures, and pledge
himself, in consideration of their nomina-
tion of him, that he will veto the will of the
people if it shotild come in cullision with
r their dicta. N6 One will pretend to deny
I that this is the position Gen. Cass now oc-
Scupies, and if elected he is not the instru-
Sment of the will of the American people,
but the tool of a small self-constituted fac-
i lion.
S Such a position did not consist with Gen.
STaylor's notions of a President of the Uni-
a ted States, and although, he sayi, he has
e always been a Whig, yet he has refused and
e now refuses to be bound by the doctrines o
o the Whig party. Why ? Because the doc
- trines of the Whig party may not be in con


if
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My 12, 9, 24, 8, is a County in Florida.
My 15, 4, 23, 12, 7, 20, 24, 8, is a District in o'uit
Carolina. .
My 20, 21, 25, is a River inr North Carolina.
My 20, 25, 24,22, is a City in New York.
My 6,10, 7, 9, 8, is a M'ountain in Vermont.
My 6, 7, 4, 5, 6, 7, is a Lake it Florida.
My 15,24, 25. 7, 14, is a Peninsula in Asia.
SMy 15, 24, 8, 6, it, is a river in Africa.
My 8, 4, 5, 20, 16, is a Sea in Euitro'.
My 24, 25, 9, 6, 4, 8, 'is one of the United States
- Territories. .
My 1, 4, 8, 20, 7, 18, 9, 19, is a town in Mexico
in which a celebrated battle was fought.
My 19, 11, 13, 24, 4, is the name of a County an(
River in Mississippi.
My 3, 2, 22, is a County in Indiana.
My whole is the name of a distinguished HER(
and PATRIOT. WM. D. M.


stiturions to the free and spontaneous voice
of the American people. The liberties of
the people are safe with him. He is not
willing to become the tool of any party, or
to engage to "swear io the words of any
master," for the next four years. If the
circumstances of the country should de-
'4-atnd a change of policy, he wishes to be
friee'tb follow the dictates of his own judg-
ment, and not be bound by the shackles of
party'to pursue 'a "measure of policy which
his own ekpefience tmay, con'vi bce him is in-
expedient. f'OGe'tieral Taylor is elected; he
is determined it shall be'as'the servant of
the whole America'it people, and not as the
slave of any party, anil that be shall always
be free to ado-pt any measure which he may
conceive will be fo'r the interest of the coun-
try, or abandon any measure which he may
deem injurious in its operation, wTthout re-
quiring the assent of either the Baltimore orr
Philadelphia Conventions. 'Co iTT'TVo'*.

For the Commnercial Advertiser.
Madame Roland is said to have exclaim-

ed, when she beheld the constant stream of
blood flowing from the guillotine, in the
days of "the French Revolution, "Oh Lib-
erty what crimes are perpetrated in thy
name." This historic reminiscence was
brought forcibly to m, rind, the other day,
in reading some comments, in the first num-
ber of the Star," upon General Tayl'or's
reply to the Editor of the Cincinnati Sig-
nal." In reading the editorial of the Star,
I could not help exclaiming, "Oh Demo-
cracy what absurdities are enacted in thy.
name "
The following is that part of the Signal
editorial which General Taylor assents to,
and which the Editor of the Star considers
so alarming: All that we ask of the high-
est officer, under the Constitution, is to hold
his hand, to bow to the will 'of the people, as
p'rom'ulga'ted in legislative forms, and res-
train the executive action in its appropriate
channels.".
No'v what is there in General Taylor's
response to the above paragraph which can
be offensive to true Democracy ? Whig
Democracy is, that the will of the majority,
constitutionally expressed, should control
all legislation. Gen. Taylor does not say a
i.reply regarding the Ordinance of
'87.; n '..Linion be inferred, in
regard to it, by a'-'.
reply concludes only that he wi H
will of the majority of the people when con-
stitutionally expressed. Would the Editor
have him follow the will of a minority ? We
can infer nothing else, from the scope and
tendency of his argument. But we are not
__ ._ _V E ..... .,. ........U | i._f._.:lSS.'' -.^. *a


sonance with the voice-of a majority of ithe
people. This is the old Jeffersonian Repub-
lican doctrine. in 'its 'primiitive implicity and
ptirity-sich as Ge. Tialor must have im-
bibed in the good old school, and it perhaps
ia is well he has not mixed much in politics
lately, but has spent moit'ofh'is time in the
wdods, 'because his 'pure Republic'anism
mnigrt 1Thave become adulterated by some of
the strange 'mixtures now current.
Is it not an absurd sort of Democracy
which f'ear$s tMe will of a majority of the
peoplei? I close as I began, Oh-Democra-
oy, ,hat na'oge aoS'rdities are enacted 'in
hy't amhe. 'CoeITTOR.
iour &ays ftroi key West.
INSURftEiTCt&MN AT CUBAk.
We learn b y Captain Thpmas E. Miner,
of th'e,c'lhtoner Gov. Benne', ytaht a smack
arrived at Key West, the day on which he
left this #6'rt, and reported that an insur-
rection was to have taken phce at 1Havana
on the 20th of this riionth. But'fortunately
the Governor became apprised of it, and
took :precautioi'nary steps to arrtrt,it; The in-
surrectionisis on perceiving tha-t the con-
spiracy was detected broke into the stores,
and forcibly possessed themselves of ammu-
nition, &e.' XWVherupon the Governor called
out the regular tto6ops', Ad tlfe ihsO'rrection
was suppressed after the stIAghter of five
hundred of the insurrectionists-tihe remain-
der were driven to the niountains.
Free Soil Movement in Virginia.
George Rye, of Woodstock, published a
notice in thlie last Tenth Legion,' proposing
the holding of a meeting at Woodstock, on
the 1Ih dav of August, for the purpose of
forming a Fr'ee Soil ElectorAl Ticke't fo'.
Virginia. .
Nothing is plainer than the fact t'iat, the
unfortunate agitation of the Slavery ques-
tion in the Senate has deeply excited the
feelings of all the opponents of the instimu-
lion, wherever they reside. The defeat of
the Senate bill was the only thing to check
the rage of the wildest fanaticism.-Augus-
ta Chron. and Sent.
The, New York Journal of Commerce
contains the following extract of a letter
from a house in Manchester, England, re-
ceived by the steamer Europe
"This steamer will undoubtedly carry
out the ntinost satisfactory accounts that have
gone for a long 'tinie. The most extraor-
dinary and sudden reaction has taken place
here, and Tuesday's market there was more
business done than for a long period. Prin-
.ling cloths and shirtings advanced 1id(1. td
3d. per piece, and yarns 4d. per lb. Cot-
ton has also advanced, and foreign wool
from o10d. to 114 or 12d., and 14d. to 16 or
isa twro or three (lays of full
to go on r or.' likel"
presetnit. 'T1e getral feeling is, t" Iff"
shall have a large ard profitable home trade.
Money Is too abundant, and Banks are re
fusing to6 keep it at 24 per cent. Consols
continue 'to '6 Adv-ahce and indeed every thing
is'shalpingtrovards'soms'e y'ars yf great pros-
r> ;,ri, rJ ihib i .,iiin'ejrv. W e do not expect
to see ;any minorP sp -c i F1 fl -.g 11,4 .our
-7 MV)Fed nd we think i t qoite likely that some
will return before the year is outt IIf t--
trade of the country turns out as jir'osperous
as is expected, we shall require large im-
ports of breadstuffs, and provisions from
your Indian corn must be wanted largely."

"THE BIGGEST BEAR FIGHT Yi)U EVER
DID SEE!"-The Portland (Maine) Empire
is responsible for the following. Pass him
with all honors:
The New York Tammany Hall general
committee have holden a special meeting,
't'd adopted sundry resolutions by a vote of
17 to 7, by which the divisions of the party
i'6'that State are deplored, forbearance and
union implored, and mutual concessions"
are tendered for a "re-union of the demo-
critic ranks," &c. The argument distinctly
shadowed forth in prayerful apprehension
to the "barnburners" is, that unless hunkers
and 'burners unite the Taylor men will win
all the States! The condition of these for-
lorn politicians iRs a'ising, if not fair sub-
jects of ridicule. And it reminds us of the
condition of the back-woodsman in the an-
ecdote, 'h'o was about to encounter a bear
in the forest, a'nd 'distrusting his own
strength a little; ad'e the foll'ow'ing very
sensible prayer.
"0 Lord here's a going to.h'e one of the
greatest bear fights yO.0 ever did see! Oh!
Lord help me, but if you can't help me, for
God's sake don't help thfe bear !"
Even so our despairing demoer'aits 'pray-.
only their prayers seldom rise higher ihan
for help from human agencies and dei'ces.
And it soutids very much in this way-
'"0! Martin Van-and baruhnrners every-
where-! here's going to be oneor the great-
est fights you ever did see! 0 Martin and
barnburners! help tis-but, if you can't help
us,for God's sake don't help Taylor !"
~ or the Commercial Advertiser.
Geographical Enigma.
I am'composed of twenty-five letters.


IN CHANCERY.
Franklin Circuit Court.,
AT CHAMBERS, December Term, 1848.
Carston Allars, ) ,
vs. 9 Bill for Divorce.
Susannah Allars. ) ..
IT appearing to the Court, by affidavit filed in
the above cause, that Susannah Allars, the de-
fendant therein, resides out of the State but with-
in the United Stats, to wit, in the State of New
York: It is ordered that notice be published in
the Commercial Advertiser (a newspaper printed
in said district) once a week for the space of four
months, requiring said defendant to appear and
answer the bill ot complaint filed in said cause,
at or before the expiration of said period, other-
wise the matters and things therein charged will
be taken for confessed against her.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge
of the Western.Circuit of Fa.__
A trye copy-Test: --
,M. VALEAIA'. CIA,k .-- 27.-4m
Apalachscola, July .',-
,T persons nhavineg c '-_
Lb' n a... ag Claims against the estate
.A of Joshua Stevensi deceased are required
to present the same withhe lime prescribed .
by law, or else they will he .-d of recovery.
T.H H.AUSTINNAdmi,*,lh"
Apalachicola,,July 29, 1848.
B ay watcr.
1? RENCHE'S Double Distillbd Bay WVater, for
- sale by _
S-'tv 17 H. F. ABELL.
HITt'1'-,,RE'S Concentrated Vegetable
W Syrup, 'su"--nd effectuel remedy for
Diarrhea and Bowel complaint, for sale by
July 15 H. F. ABELL
Oil Cloths afta Carpets.
1 PCS Oil Cloth,t I and 2 y rdswide;
15 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpeting:
.2 Stair .
6 Tufted Rgs',
For sale by WM. G. PORTER & CO.
Dec, 33' 41 Water street.


Trusses,
SINGLE and double, lot sale by
July 17 '. J. C. ALLEN.


V Vermifutge .
W INER'S Canadian Vermifuge, for sale by
S Feb 17 H F ABELL.
Drugs, Medicsnes & Chiemicals.
A FRESH supply of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, now landing from bark Reform,
and for sale by' C. "
Nov 11 J.C..ALLEN
Hardware.
T RACE CHAINS, Spades, Locks, assorted,
Wagonand Cart Boxes, Drawing Knives and
Irons, &c. &c. for sale low by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.
Bagging and Rope,
FOR sale by E, McCUTLLY,
S Nov 11 50 W.terst.,
EEF-Mess and Prime,
Pork-Do do
Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON.& Co
Bailey's Tonic Mixture.
T HIS is a valuable compound fluid extract of
i Cinchota and Ru6b'ra, a vegetable tebrifug"
for'the cure of Fever arid Ague. Sold by
June 12 H. F. ABELL.
1!olasses.
f HHDS West Indies; .50 ierces Floridi
OU for sale by B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 30 Cor Water and Chestnut sti
OOTS;'Shoes and Brogans; by the case;
W6men's Shoes andi Buskins;
Men's, Boys and Youth's Brogans;
4, ,4 ,, finesew'dBrqans;
Men's pgg'ed Boots;
Sfine. seed Boots;
usset B'rogans. For sale hv
B. ELLISON & CO.,
Dec 6. Cor. Water and Cnestnit sts.


Dry Goods.
D RILLINGS, Tickings, Cotton 6snaburgs,
Linseys, Kerseys, Jeans, Flasfied, Blan-
kets, Tweed, Shirtings, Sheetings, Checks,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Delanes, Hosiery, &c &c
SFor vale by B. ELLISON & CO
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
d Panacea.
SWAIM & HOUCK'S Panacea, just received
and for sale by ABEL.
o Feb 17 F ABELL.


_________________^_______^__.____________ 'A **lt1R a. .-*
Di.- oltit o- J IULL ,'S superior single and ( 1 Trusses,
>,.s I n. H for sale b y "
HE partnership of MACLAY & KIMBROUGH Feb 17 H F ABELL'
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. -
J. C MACLAY, ThOMIHSOn's. pounds Syrup of-p
W. H. KIMBROUGH. W ,'l- ood NapthDt -9
July 28, 1848. .. 28-3t "r,-10.e cure of consumption, cnroncobron-
Jtar -- "hoo 0i~rng og piiptaI t~ti
Cologne. Fchitis, asthma, whoomgh p" i Of i
TOHANN MARIE FARINA'S celebrated Co- of the ,heart, liver compl,i nd
J logne; also a genuine assortment, for sale by the kidneys, for A-' / C ALLEN.
July t5 H. F. ABELL,4 '.. -


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Most Extraordinary Work!
THE
MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.
BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PROFESSOR OF DISEASi- or Wv"uiin.
Sixth tfcdition 18m6. pp. 250. Price $1..
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND COPIES SOLD
IN THREE MONTHS!
Years of suffering, of physical and mental 6n-
guish to many an affectionate wife, and pecuniary
difficulties to 'the husband, might have been
spared by a timely possession of this work.
It is intended especially for the married, or
those contemplating marriage, as it discloses im-
portant secrets which should be known to them
particularly.
Truly, kno.viedge is power. It is health,
happiness, affluence ...
The revelations contained in its pages have
proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumer-
able letters received BAy'the author will attest.
Here, also, every female-the wife, the mother,
the one either budding into womanhood, or the
one in the decline of years in whom nature con
templates an important change-can discover the
causes, symptoms, and the most efficient remedies
and most certain mode of cure, in every com-
plaint to which her sex is subject.
On the receipt of One Dollar, the Married
Woman's Private Medical Companion" will he
ent (mailed free) to any part of. the United
States. All letters must be addressed, post-paid,
to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1224, New Ynrk
City. Pu')lishing Office, 129 Libertv-street,New
York. May 4, 16-ff.


Prospectus. .
Thp Democratic Party o- Fral-in Cotunty
propose to. publish in the city of ApalachiKola,
after the first day of August rext, a newppaper,
during the Presidential canvass, 1hat wilL. dvo-
care for the Presidency and3rice W resirdeny the
nominees of the Baltimore Conventiop. as well
,as the nominees ot the Democratic State .oi.ven-
tionr, and that will in all disdcssions be strictly ant
advocate of the principles of Democracy., ,.-
The Democracy of this County, and ,of.West
Florida generally, have labored under .e ipcor.
venience of being without a public pfint in, all
the important elections t ifhe. State; and; .have
had the mortimfetiinPf knowing that whp.n, i
falsehood lid been c;cuiated, they have -hd no
medium tlr.,.x!i wiich., they might look.fq_.
correction; antd derning also that the contest
bids fair to be wa'l contested on both sides, and
that fair andc general discussion will be accepta-
ble to the people, we thrust upon a generous pub-
lic, and particularly the Democracy of this,$ttfr
"TjE S'rAR OF THE WEST," asking their gcner-
ous support. ". !, I,
THE STAR OF THE WEST" will beqndej
the Editorial charge of a committee t? b. ap-
pointed by the Democracy of Franklin Cppnty,
and will give a synopsis of the last General. As-
sembly of this State, an4 a review of tfhbe oe of
its most prominent members. It will ,.be isfued
at the price of Seventy-five Certs ior. ai 'e
copy; three copies for Two Dollars ; seven,,co-
pies for Four Dollars ; ten copies forFive Dollars;
and any number over the above at the sarpe ra;es.
(p Persorig receiv-i- rri,- Pnaeactus g ill
please proc ub'bers and receipt ifor w, a-na--
returnjir'same addressed to ;
R. J. FLOYD & Co.,
July6, 184-. Ap%}ehregla.'1


(' APT. BENJ. HOWARD is my 'authorized
SAgent during my absence 'from 'he 'Statq,
S JOHN W. BABCOCK.
Apalachicola, June 1, 1848. .


Notice.
COL. WM. H. HUGHES is my Agent during
Smy absence tromn the State.. .
-'Apawehicola, May 257TS s---, ."
.S BENEZET is my authorized Ae du* uri"'
my absence from the, State. .. -. :",1*
.... JOHN PARTRIDGF'
P IW.'CU"LEN is, my authorized Agent dar
1. ring my abae. rom the St.at.,'...
Apalachicola, Juine 16,1 ,
SBENEZET is royduly authorized Ageni
k. during my absence from the State., : !.
R. C. KERR.
June 12, 184S. 22-3t -


SSnuff. :
SC lCS nuff, in bladder, for sale by :
SJuly 15 \-, H. F. ABELL.
SBoot and Shoe Making.
T'HE subscribeis have entered into partner-
L ship in the 6b'Ye business, and respectfully
solicit, a share of public patronage ,. All work
dope by them '%ill be neat in dt trable,. and their
charges in conformity with the' ightness of\tho
times. A. kIRAIRMAN,
July 1 3t P. C. KELLY.


Bitters.
U. BLAKE'S celebrated. Aromatic Bitters,
LI just received, and for sale by ,: :...
July 8 H F ABELL.
C. congress Wat'.,
JUST r'nceived fresh, and for sale by.' .
.J July 8 H F ABELL.
SPain Killer.
PERRY DAVIS'S Pain Killer, lor sale bv i
July .. HF ABELL.
mustard .. .....
A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in-
tin boxes, for sale by ,, ....L
April27 H F ABELL.
W Gold Pens. ,.
A FEW of Woodmard & Brother's: superior
l. Gold Pens, just received and for sale by%,
October 21. J C. ALLEN
Claret Wine. .
S, DOZ. superior Table Claret, received pA
2, t) schr. Montere-, and torsale by. ,
May 18 E. McCULLY, 50 Water it.
BacDn, Flo0urSugar, Coffee aid
.Sal~t, ,.r
LWAYS on hand, and for salelow by
A Dec 23 E McCULLY.


Sway & aVistar's
prOMPOUND Sy6ip of Wild Cherry, just re.
I ceived aId for sale by .
Feb 17 11 F AFELL.
NWiv Orleans Sugar.
5 HHDSprimie N. 0. Sugar, receiver per schr
SMonteS, and for sale by. '
May l. E. McCTL'LY, 50 Watctst.\
OAS,#E Soap for sale b
l W24 .H F. ABEI4I.
Advances
S IOr) on shipmentsof t"Cotton to tleipool,
I avre, New York and Bostonj by- .,
16 D. B., WOOD &,60.
.AYI)ostatic inl Fonoiiitkai.-
J FFWydrostatic 1Ink Fountains,'Pen Racks.,
,ansd s, Paper Folders, Staiaps, Seals,
pfper Clasps Weights, &c. for sale ly
Nov 18 \t C ALLEN..

( OZ. Sulp. Qiinine, j eied nd foi
,y\O sale y -o
Apr1i i" FH- ABELL,


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A Card.-The undersigned tenders his grateful
thanks to he members of the Fire Cotnpanis,I
and the citizens of Apalachicola generally, foi
their prompt assistance in removing his property,
when in danger of destruction at the recent fire.
S' .!.., JOHN B. JONES.
August 12, 1848.


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To Let.
F THE House lately known.as the "Dew
fli! Drop." Possessidon given immediately.
.(_..Inquire of WM.. IjNE,
May 11. 49 Water-st.-


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MUSIC! 11MIUSIC luivsil




THE subscriber respectfully in-feins th cit ti
zens of Apalachicola, that he intends to re-onl"
mence giving Music Lessons, (for the sutr.*
month,) commencing on Monday, 3d July.
Those degirpus of takjitg lessons on the (blw-
ing instiumenta, Spani'h, Guitar, Flute, Vi4in,
(Tenor or AltoJiolln) and,Violincello, woul146
well to apply soon, as they, can have the pr)i.
lege of selecting' ihe hours wqt'h maU putt l(ir
convenience. Music furnished, if reqti.'Yei at.*
per term, extra, for any of the alcove instrumentL
N. B. Punctual attendance is requisite, as '
reduction will be made for non-attendance, e-
cept through protracted sickness.
For sale, extra quality of tip'd Flutes and NO'.
4, 5 arid .Gnitar Strings. .
TxaMs- $.10 for eight weeks of two lessogo
each woek; the course to close 28th, August.
Application at my office in BalltzelPs Boildi.t.
S T. C. UNDERWOOD.
Apalach'icdla, 'June; 17, 1848. 21-tf
A large lot of ln'struction Books for the above
instruments for sale.


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S debilitating the Patient.
The great beatfly and superiority of thi
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Within the last five years; more than
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10,OO0 cases of Genierl De
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Dr. TownT.tid's Sarsaparilla invigora
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icine or Indilcretroi comniitted in youth
excessive indnlgemen of the passions, and
on a general physica\prostration of the
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Spitting Blood.
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Dr. T"ownsend-I verily believe that yi
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_ --i---avtn'-f'liy.1if. I -tave for-se.Al7 yea
bad coulrm. It became worse anh *r
last I raised large quantities of' blood, ha
sweats, and was greatly debilitated and r
and did not expect to live. havo-enly"-
Saraparillab a short time, and there has
derful change been- wrought in me. I
able to walk'all over the city. I raise r
and my cough has left me. You can w
gine that I am thankfull for these results.
Your obedient servant,
WVI RU.SELL, 65 Cathari
', Bheuiitatisuu.
This is only one of r more than four I
cas'9--.fti,. - Dr. Townsend
parilla has cured, The most 9,-.n'-a-a1
cases are weekly eradicated by its extra
Virtues.
James Cummins-', Esq one of the 6
Inthe Lunatic Asylum, Bilaicwoll's Isl/'
gntflemnan spokl.' of in the following '-(t
Blackw,;,v s Island, .S9-.4,I
Dr.-Townsend-Dea r i --r-n'are sufe
u year,,~ite Rheumatism
siderable ot tile tjna I could not eat,
Walk. I had the utmost distressing pai
my limbs weri"terribly swollen. I ha
four bottles of your Sarsaaparilla, and th
done more than one thousand dollars w
good. You are at liberty to use this for t
efit of the afflicted.
Yours, respectfully,
JAMES CU0IMI
Fever and Agile-
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaialrilla is uterEUa
cases of the Chills and Fever and A.zso
following letter is only one of hundreds
have received from the South and West
character.


( after whether the result of inherent cause or AMENDMENT TO THE
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci- Constitution of the State of Flo-
/dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its rida.
invigorating effects on the human frame. Per-
sons all weakness a.id lassitude, from taking it, Proposed and agreed to by the third General
at once become robust and full of energy under assembly: subject to the action of the next
its influence. It immediately couiteracts the General assembly.
nervelessness of the female frame, which is the se
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be ex- AN ACT to amnend the 12th Clause of the 5th
.. pected of us, in cases ot so delicate a nature, to Article of the Constitution of this State, so that
-_ exhibit certificates of cures performed but we the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold
I can assure the afflicted, that hundreds oh cases their offices for a term of eight years, instead of
*-.=. have been reported to us. Thousands of cases during good behavior.
i'-.-.I where families have been without children, after SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
^'- us.inga ew ofthiinvaluable medicine, House of Representatives of tze State of Flo.
I=-" have been blessed with n-neleahediz,.,-,__- ,, (neal .assembly convened, That the
To liothers and Married Ladies. 12th Clause of the oth -a[ icl-et-fe nitti_
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been expressly of this State be so amended as to read as follows,-
World! prepared in reference to female complaints. No viz: That at the expiration of the ,resent term
it is six female who has reason to suppose sheis approach- of office of the Judges of the Ci'rcuit Courts, 'with
id is ing that critical period, The turn of life," the exception hereinafter mentioned, Justices of
ut should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre- the Supreme Cotrt, and the Judges of the Circuit
ventative for any of the numerous and horrible Courts, shall be elected for a term of eight years,'
diseases to which females are subject at this time and shall hold their offices for that term, unless
is Sarsa of life. This period may be delayed Jfor several sooner removed under the provisions made in this
while it years by using this medicine. Nor is it less val- Constitution for the removal of Judges by address
body. It unable for those who are approaching womanhood, or impeachment; and for wilful neglect of duty,
as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening or other reasonable cause, which shall not be
NES the blood and invigorating the system. Inrrdeed5 sufficient ground for impeachment, the GoVern'o
hole sys- this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate shall remove any of them, on the address of two
Creates diseases to which women are subject, thirds of the General Assembly; Providedhow-
essed by It braces the whole system, renews permanent- ever, That the cause or causes shall be stated at
ie grand ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri- length in such address and entered on the Jour-
arformed ties of the body, not so far stimulating as to pro- nals of each House. .And Provided further,
100 ,0.o duce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of That the cause or causes shall be notified to the
t 15,000 most medicines taken for female weakness and Judge so intended to be removed, 'and he shall
the lives disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine, be admitted to a hearing in his own defence, be-
two past many severe and painful surgical operations may fore any vote for such removal shall pass : and in
be prevented, such cases the vote shall be taken by yeas and
biiity I Great Blessing to Mothers and nays and entered on the Journals of each House
rgy, Childrein, respectively.
sites the It is the safest and most effectual medicine for SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Judges
lho have purifying the system, and relieving the sufferings first appointed under this amended Constitution,
of med- attendant upon child-birth ever discovered. It shall be divided by lot into four classes. The
i, or the strengthens both the mother and child, prevents first class shall hold his or their office or (.lf.Ce3
brought pain and disease, increases and enriches the food, for the term of two years, the second for the term
nervous those who have used it think it is indispensable, of four years the third for the term of six yeais,
ting sen- It is highly useful both before arid after confine- the fourth for the. term of eight years.
astening ment, as it prevents diseases attendant upon [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional ma-
. can be childbirth-in Costiveness, Piles; Cramps, Swell- jority, December 22, 1847. Passed the House of
y. This in of' the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Voin- Representatives, by the Constitutional majority,
iting, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains, January 6, 1848.]
Hemorrhage, and in regulating the secretions and All Florida papers will publish, provided not
n, gives equalizing the circulation it has no equal The more than $20 is charged.
Great beauty of' this medicine i.s, it is always safe, April 27, 1848, 15-6m.
arid the most delicate use it most succes-fully, oi
very few cases require any' other medicine, in N t ce
some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. Tr HE late firm of J. Stevenson & Co. having
can be Exercise in the open air, and ligL.t food with this I' been dissolved by the decease of Joshua
rer Comn- medicine, will always ensure a safe and easy con- Stevenson; all those indebted to the said firm are
Ina, Spit- finement, requested to make payment, and those having
, Hectic Notice to the Ladies. claims to present the same.
f'use Ex- ToiethheL de
ve been Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, The stock of goods on hand are offered for sale
ve bee have invariably called their stuff great Remedy at low prices for cash only. A ,
for Females, &c. &c., and have copied our bills Surviving partner. SN,
18-7. and circulars which relates to the complaints of .......M. 19-tf
or Sa- women, word for word-other men who put up No e .
,medicine, have, since the great success of Dr. notice.
i encea, Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to Q'X months after date, I will apply to the
a females, recommended theirs, although previous- kJ Finn. Judge of Probates for Franklin County,
rse. At
ad nirl t ly they did not A number of these Mixtures, for a final discharge from the administration of
'e, de, Pi'lls,.&c., are injurious to females, astheyaggre. the estate ot Henr'y Beal, late of said county, de-
redc- v ate disease, and undermine the constitution> ceased. JAMES GIBSON, Adm'r.
a won- T -. _Scrofula Cured. Aplachicola, April 13, 1848. 13-6m
am now Sarsapai.ia cociusively proves that this To.w--..'.'
,blood, state diseases arL-,,-c .ntrol over, themos.p our;-csk Rice;


veil Irla-o

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thousanl
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1ornary
ci':
1847.
'red ter-
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sleep or
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ey have
vorth of
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purporting to beli
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Range 9, N & W.
Section 5, Town
porting to belong
Also, 80 acres
known, purportin
Also, 80 acres
known, purportii
estate.
Also, j_"n
AE 80 acres
known, purporting
ISAAi


cured in one ho6se W,,tJ'- 5 superior oldRes Whske E
.-,AIdire1. spro l Reserve Whliskey; may 1, 1848.
Thsw I have the pleasure 2 very choice Hams; May 184
Dr. TSownin","X ree of my children have Now landing per schr Louisa Sears, and for Li
toi Ir~ th Sbree,-ofmy yoiudm en h av e b -LY
}f- Scrofula by the use of your ex- sale E. McCULLY, EMA NING
r nt medicine. They Were afflicted very se- March 16 50 Water st. R- 1EonIG1
verely with-had Sores: have taken only four bot Exchage, Aborn, Jas A
ties; it tiok them away, for which I feel myself T""RAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence, Andrews, Thos
under great obligation oP "a -ite = -. ., < ,,, .1111 A... o ..
Yours, r.espectfully, Sight Checks on New York sold by Allen, Harsis & P
ISAAC W CRAIN, 106 Wooster-st. WM. G. PORTER & Co. Alexander, Jos
Opinions of Physicians. Agents Bank of Brunswick, Avery & Jones
Di. rownsend is almost daily recemviw orders Dec 30 41 Water street. Alien, B C
from Physicians in different parts(. e Union. Brushes. Blyth, Wim
This id to certify that^ undersigned, "-T AIR Hat, Clothes, Teeti Nii an havn. Butts, Capt A G
Physicians of the CityotAany, have in numer- Brushes, forsale by Bagde, Washingtc
ous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, es, BgesJohn
ouesspecie r'-Feb 24 11I F ABELL. BreJh
and believe it to be oPe of the most valuable pre- ABLL. gn r
paainsi a #'~ TJIG Brown, Mrs
operations in th t- M classes. Byrne, Christophe
1BB. P PULINSGeBMsCpB
SWILSON, M. 1) BBLS superior' Muscovado, for sale by Bowers, Capt B B
I. B. BRIGGS M A D. 2 Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st. Bullock, Alfred
/ P.' E ELMENCORF, M. D. ,. .. Broman, J H
-Albany, April 1, 1847. School Books, Baker, Wm
'Cautioniy,-RA l -R nle by Buell, David
Owing to the great success and immense sale Feb 17 H F ABELL. Bisbee, Chas W
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men CtIba Tobacco Seed. Bryant, Thos L
who were formerly our Agents, have commenced LBS Trbacco Seed, from the most celebrated Brow ad W
making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex- J plantatioes of the Vuelta Abajo, just received Bok, James
tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally put from Havana, for sale by Butts, E P
it un in the same shaped bottles, and some of Mch 1 E M('TTT T v -n nri. .. t Comforth, Capt J


Oswego, Mich., Oct 22,1847. them have stole and copied our advertisements,
Dr. Townsend : Dear Sr-I purchased tor my they are only worthless imitations, and should be
witf,? two bottles of Sarsaparilla of your Agent, avoided.
Mr. McNair, of KalamdZoo, to try it for the Fe- Principal Office, 126 FULTON Street, Sun
Ver and Ague. Before I had finished the first Building, N. Y.i; Redding & Co., 8 State street,
bottle, it appeared to warm the blood, and every Biston ; Dyott & Sons, 132 North Second street,
other day, when the Chills and Fever appeared, philadielphia; S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimore;
they wore less violent ; and before she had fin- p. M. Cohen, Charleston ; Wright & Co., 151
ished the bottle, she was entirely relieved, and Charters street, N 0.; 105 South Pearl street,
she was much better than she had been before Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and
she took the Ague. A lady that had been vry Merchants generally throughout the United States
sick with the Chills and Fever, but had broke West Indies and the Canadas.
them with Quinine, and was left in a very weak For sale wholesale and retail by
and distressing state, and troubled exceedinglyv H, F. ABELL,
with the Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had May 25, 1848. 19-ly Apalnchicola.
on my wile, she sent ani, procured a few bottl-s, _____
and it restored hier in a few weeks to complete PROSPECTUS OF THE
health. Your Sar-aparilla is without donibt, un- FLORIDA TEMPERANCE
equalled in dismaaes incident to the Ws, and if AND
you think that thi-,roin nuuication will be bf use Agricultnhral Advocate,
you are at liberty t(I use it as you choose.
Yours, respectfully, A weekly paper to be published in Quincy, Fa.
CHARLES HI. SWA BY c. JULIAr1 BARTLEtT.
Caiaker in the Mouth.
*Below is an account of another child sivd THE proprietor of the QuINcY TIMES, Under
Dr. Townsendl's Sarsaiamrilla has saved the li.s the repeated solicitations of his patrons, who are
of thousands of children'. The following to mostly comniprised among the friends of Temper-
certificates are selected from a great number ance, Agriculture, and other industrial interests
ceived this week. -- of Societyi has determined to devote his Journal
New York, April 1, 1847. more exclusively to the objects indicated by the
Dr. Townse'; : Dear Sir-One of my children new title he has assumed.
was very si-k with a Canker in the Mouth an The Editor has consented to make this change
Throat, attended with great debility. It cam' not so much with the expectation of pecuniary
near dying. I obtained some of your excellentgain as with the desire of exerting a salutary
medicine, and it cured it directly, for which Imoral influence throughout our growing State
assure you I fedel very grateful. n regard to subjects which he holds, of all oth-
Yonr'-, res'ectfullv, 'rs, to be of paramount importance
ELIZABETHI FOWLER, 27 Desbrosses.st. The cause of Temperance; the interest of
Fits! FitsI PIits agriculture; and home industry, in all its rela-
Dr. Townsend., not havii estd his Sarsapa- thns and varieties-will be the objects to which
rillh in casesof Fit-, of coursmnever recommend l. attention of the paper will be principally di-
ed and was surprised to revive the followinre ced;, and as connected with these interests,
f .mn intelligent and restable Farmer iands bearing upon them, and as influencing
'WesI, ter county n them,a review of foreign and domestic markets,
'ordhi, Aust 13 1847 will no, be overlooked
Dr o.ned: er Sir-I 1e a little "ir The importance of the objects and the aid
Dr ya T of' ge, who has i>ei several years hih a well conducted newspaper could afford
afflicted wi h Fits; we tried aLrt them, arequestions which could not be fully dis-
aflc t, e with u Fi s;w e at everything Cussed in a -paper of this sort; but it will be our
for her, hlut without success; at la, although w%"
coirld find no recommendation in circulars foi',n ,. purpose to explain and enforce them in" articles
cases like hers, we thought, as shwas in very co'linal and selected which may appear in our
delicate health, we would zive her 'e of your The'Editor of the TF.MPrRANCE ADVOCATE
Sarsaparifla, and are very al id we dc for it not I'l noi in any degree interfere with party poli-
'only restored her strength, but q'ie hasy no re- tic- e -even of th e dy th passn or-
turn nf the Fits,.to odr great plerartre, cLur ,r c events of the dawl the passing occur-
prise. She is fast becoming rugedal'd hearty, tru Iit and iweek, he will noticee with as much
for 'vhich We feel grateful. will admit 'iality, as the nature of the came
SYours, respectfulY', a rt.v I leves himself to be free from
.x p B T L a l lp a v b ia s l, a n
TOH :I ,al pat oumsof will endeavor thus to pre-
,iBUTine ).4" Taeheeolni" of
FenllleP lMeA.c -.n-The Editor proposestoe Very consider-
- .f-r. \wnend' "S.aria is a soverei, and ably his aper from its present ^sizd to make
speedy h fip incipient Consmption, Bren- othfimpvements, should thne Patronage Oflreda
wess, Prolapus Uteria, .r Falhilg of the Womb, author ge offered
Costivene9s. Pili-, Leucorrhce, oL3.hitps, ob- Termnof Subs .
gtrurte. or~diffic,lt Menstruiatiol. Income ,ce num in ad~a;.e, or three wo dollars per an-
of Urinu' or invo'-intary discharge there, advance. "ot paid in
kor th/fgeieral prostr-tion o the systfem-no Quincy, Fa..-2ay 27, 1848. r


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.- -'I.. '.in- '-u u-' .x.,-)o water t Cruger, N
Olives. Constantine, Franc
Q JARS very superior Spanish Olives, for sale Crawford, Oliver
Sby E. McCUTLLY, Cox, Smith C
March 16 50 Water st. Cason, Sam'l
Scotch S Colb irn, Manle
S cot h S H I'MCooper, Edmund
SGROSS Scotch Snuff, in half bottles,just re- Copnant, Benj W
3 ceived, forsale by Conant, Benj W
April 13 J C ALLEN. Crowly, Michael
Chase, Capt John
Aromatic Bitters. Cooper, Capt J B
DR. BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, just received Demarll, Wm S
and for sale by Day, Capt Warren
April 13 J C ALLEN. Dorham, Perry
Seid t Powd ts.Doggett, Jr. Sam'l
.-.L Seidllit Powders. Demnmock. Jas


SGRASS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, just
Received and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.
Infusion Jars.
A FEW Infusion Jars-every family should
have one-for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.
Letter Paper.
1 REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received
10J and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and Prints, by the
baleand case, low for cash, by
B. ELLISON & CO.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
C H M izor Strops.
kJHAPMA amid Emerson's Strops, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 24 H F ABELL.
Cider.
5 QBBLS Champagne, for sale by
S Dec 30 B ELLISON Co.
Notice.
IN pursuance of the provisions of the Constitu-
tion of the State, notice is hereby given that
certain persons, citizens of Florida, intend apply-
ing to the next General Assembly of the State,
for an act incorporating them, and their associ-
ates, citizens of Florida, who may become united
with them for the purpose, by the name and style
of the Bank of Commerce"-said incorporation
to possess banking powers and privileges, and its
capital stock to consist of not more than $250,000.
May 4 16-tf


Wood Ware, &c.
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails, Tubs, Flour
Pails,'Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets,
Broo ns, &c. &c. for sale by
B. ELLISON & Co.
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Saddlery, &c.
S ADDLES, of various patterns'and qualities,
SBridle-, curb and Snaffle bits,
Saddle Bags,
Martingales and Whips, for sale by
WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec 30 41 Water street.


Seennkoerge, B Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues, Guava iJes. ''u
3 Spratt, Judge 2 Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives, IN different sized boxes, astceived f Ha
Santhall, Frank Capers, Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy IL vana, and for sale by .
Scarborough, A J 1ead, Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits, Dec 23 y McCt'.,L "
Snow, J M Beans, Salt, Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar- ,
Smith Mr row Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mtstard, Rice. Brocie i
Smil, Ja Forsale by B. ELLISON & CO. o)9 BRLS \Vhiskev; 1i bhhbolssseh.-
Snowmall, ThoJas Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts. elf 1 tierce Rice, j iul rec'd for.sal by
Snow, ThosJa6E.AeL I 'ltb
Smith, H P Lancets. Jan 6 E. McCU0I.5 Water st.
Thomas, C PRING and Thumb Lancets, just received Snuff. '
Tyler,Winm J k and fdr sale by QCOTCH and Alacalhiv, r iles ad blad,,
Thomas, Mr Feb 24 H F ABELL. k ders.jiilst received and fo1bv '
5 Thompson, A J e Prote iouInsurance Feb 17 ABELL. '
Thomas, Thomas he Prote o Insurance Co. ofD. Woodru' W
Valleau, Wmin New Jersey A AF ando'ru s e ce"ni rlA/
Walker, Wm THE subscriber being appointed by the above AFE and efficie bnt r.y .
W p~ k e W in sa le b y
Warner. Capt 2 J1 Company their agent for this city, is now Feb 3 A LLE.' .
Watts, E P prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks
Williams, Chas May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL. Tie Indiiano ~ 'r-
Wilian, Mr xCOalector s laditce. A e by rei lnd 4,
Walperton, Lucinda WaxA Collectors A e b
Wal's Roberto G' 2 iAX payers are hereby notified that all taxes Feb S 9. .
Wid!eon,I L Gdue the city musf be paid by the time pre- .'A L OI -| or *
Whitman, PM scribed ly the ordinance passed by the City ApD 1`. just ..e.d '"i by
Wilkins, ES Council, if not the law will be strictly enforced. k Apt l'17 : '1 AB'iL .
Williams, John E JAS. F. FARRIOR; -"' .. -' '.
City Tax Collecfor. lh a "
West, Robt 2 Mr. EDWARD McCULLY is my authorized FITCHET'S'ceeeh'raad., .Sp;ifilfor
ng for any of the above letters agent for the collection of Taxes during my ab- 1" sale by {Feb >4J' .r Aek EL. ,
are advertised, sence from the State. J. F; FARRIOR." ]roFArLf fp'W.g DPiR :irT
JOS. S. MAY, P.M. Mav 18,.1848. *, M .I T Fs '' DPc
JOS. S. MAY, P.M. vJ. BITTIERS, jusklj '-fo raley r
l Bok Geesee Flour, Goshen Butter, Jov .1,F" J ,
ool Books. AND a superior article of CHEESE, for sale TSOU4 I '* ,?
8, of all kinds, just rec'd by ALlby E. MDcCULLY, OR sale by I ".
3. C. ALLEN. Nov11 .30 Water st. F Dec 30 IISON & Co.-"- B'


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[al Notfces. Dry Goods. FRESH ARRIVAL O ""'
THE subscribers offer for sale a large 'and sea- Drugs, MIediciines, Pui'tlo, D
n Circ,.t Cor. sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisbing i Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery,
nCireuit .Court. I1
Compl't, part of l THE undersigned return hip,
C it Negro Kerseys and Linseys, ^ to his friends and the public f
yAnn In Chancery. White and Red Flannels, liberal patronage, and begi 0;o
Lucy Ann n Bangups and Tweeds, thatheisnow reeiving in.d
J .Super plain black and fancy Casameres, a a spply, which ddedd.o him
the foregoing affidavit, it is or- Super English and French Cloths, stock, r6riders his assortment uusiuaf
'vice of the foregoing bill be Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs and complete.. english, French, Germ
defendants in said bill mention- Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs. American Drugs; Cosmetics; Pefui.e
in the Comfmercial Advertiser, Marseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs, and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., *"; r
paper published in the West- Denimals, Kremlins and Cottonades, to Physicians, Country Merchants ar tdB
e space of four months, requi- Brown Shirting and Sheeting, the most liberal terms-all of which oe. i
its to appear and answer said Cotton Osnaburgs, pure and unadulterated. '
t the same be taken pro con. Cdttoh p'fling arid adi.eling, H. F.IBELL"
, S. H A W K IN S, Judge, & c. ... .. .", F..1 .a
S. HAWKINS, JudgeLinen and Cottonihecl&cks, Wholesale and Pail Druggisa, .
WM VAL U k Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting, /45 Water atrzul.
WM. VALLEAU, Clk. Bleached.&CottonaShirting and Sheeting, Apalachicola, Nov. 2 1846..
r 164m English, French and American Prints, Drugs ,a Medieine. .
Chambers, Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, Drug s bsiedrhnes. an
ACHICOLA, DEc. 1847. Super Cashmere d'Eco se, o.s t. subscriber has, and pI.t.
in, Plaintiff,' Extra super Muslin de Laine, corntmy have.ton hf d a ecomplotwe'
in and Mr English, Scotch and American do. CINES, which he wilwarraU n
et and Mary Super Italian black and figured Silks, an of ihe best quality. Counllwarrar p
he State of Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,- Mer a and ofs hed Planters will flty. it
E. Better Bill for account Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, te Meradanta lnd Planters will fid
wife, of the ( and partition. English and American Cotton Hkfs, Go b to their advanta g e ( h, e hi and r.ice,
York, and Madras and Verona head Hkfs, Goods, before purchasing el.e'here.
,1.s of the Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, NB Physi a an prescriptions put up o
of Ioplaiant'aSoliitorthat Plaiaand hourwisoandthecke Mlor, c an
Carolina, Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vestings, care and at y hor fthedao g
Defendants. j Co'ton and Flax Thread, / C. AL ,
M arch,-,( C or. Centre an'rd . o 'm teehs
of Complainant'sSolicitor that Plain and fig'd Swiss and checkedMa Cor. Ci a ie .
its mentioned in said Bill do Jaconet and Cambric Muslin-s, AJfnder ood & Caiglh,
this Circuit, but within the Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c. RR
t is ordered that notice of the Which have been selected i'th great care in 4 : M Q M
s suit, and the filing ot the New York and Bo'ton,fromi Importersand Agents RESPECTFULLY oflert heir se
given in some newspaper pub- of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and vices to the citizens of Apalach es
rcuit, for the space of four are now offered at wholesale or retail on favorable cola, and the county of Frank
on due proof of the appearance terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. generally, in the line of tehir p '
some newspaper so published Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street. 4fession. Having monthly 'c
munication with the"'`rhl
ioned, the said defendants do A CAR Northern cities, they wif bt
bill by the next rule day,which A CARD Northern cities, they wil
twenty days from the expiration rrHE Subscribers take this method of inform- bledto I urnish their pailrons
four month s it is further or- i in he citizens of Apalachicola and its vi- times with the NEWEST ANf,
four months-, it is further or t
same be taken as confessed cinity, that they have now on hand a very neat ---- TEST PLATES OF FAsHos -
and b ell selected Stock of GOODS, which will be ed monthly, showing at.a'uvt ,
S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. sold low, consisting in part as fbltows: able Style', of Dress, wThic will be a d 1
PRAT, Cloths and Cassimeres, various styles, advantage to -0shlonabIe cotnmunity.
'ts Solicitors. Fancy Prints, do; do. N. B. Gerilemens' Morning Gowns and!_
s W51ii'ors.U Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured; Wing Wrapp rs made to order; Cloaks nf
Wm V-LLEAU Alapa Lu-te d. ie-descrptiotn made in the usual forms ol theta
50-4m. Clerk. Silks, Frode RyneWlin n
k Fdo. Montella Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a sup\
County Tax Sale. do. Satin Striped manner; Tunic Dresses arid Boyq'l' 'hlth
CO~lly Ta Sal. do.Sati Strped 'every description made inl a neat anld h1s1uo110
lie power vested in me by law, Fancy Cashmere Robes style. All garment ion made I a nt lai. estbbiior
for sale, before the Court-house do. Merino do. .. ar' t m a the
ty of Calhoun, on the first Mon- do. Delaine do. warranted toj fit.
1848, the following described Muslins, India Book W.- rShopEecond qoery Balhzell's Bulldi
-olored Entrance on Chestnut street.
much thereof as will pay the do. Swiss, Luce apO,_.9
y tax due thereon for the year Edgings, Lisle, Ca Id Thread October 14, 1847. 3 N-6
Shawls, Dama011 A plate of Fall and Winter Fashioh. jt
Section 5, Township 1, Range 9. do. Mar'. received.
he lands of Stephen Richards,- do p.,', Sil kGloves J. SP.NCE
ong to J. W. Williamson. Kid., an SlkIGove
of Section 8, Township 1, an GipseyBonnets latesttashion WATCH AND CLOCK MAkER,
_4tlooons i l aite
,and the W of the S W osialvret of ies 7 44nSecond troii Bahzell's Buildings
ship 1, Range 9, N & W, pur- Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4 (Ertrancic on Chestnut. )
r to Win. Wyatt. Bleached do. 7-8, 5-4, 4-4, 10-4 and 11-4
to^ -m wyatt .... A T H.,E N tcE~V M ~ |
S of first rate land, number not Blankets, 64 and 8-4AB. W a loo and JEwlrE jar ,ful
g to belong to J. &1B. F. pdey. Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting N B. Watehesd. ~ ock t and Jewelry carefully

'To belong to Call & Gamble. Also, a neat assortment of JEWELRY, and OO .
Ahd ube o lsothi nge1all kotiends.ofoJEWiELaloonanddhlli rd
first rate land, number not many other articles too numerous to mention. proprietor o .f the Atheum Bwling
g to belong to Saml. Parkhill. Call and examine for yourselves. T p ropr he dee1 Athend.a. Bowling
C JACKSON, Sheriff and M.N. SCTT & BROTHER, .i Saloon" has used everi- end, avor to mnake^
id M. N. 8COTT & BROTHER, the establishment an agreealble [,lace of' resort,e
x-Officio Tax Collector C. C. Dec 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts. and is thankful that an-ever dicrtr,,ring .
16tds lie prove by liberal pa e e t rii 'latin i
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water and p by liberal p'rnaE rheih appreciation
t of Letters Chestnut sts. of his desire to please. He il ailwavla keep aH
choice assortment cf Liquors, and '.relhia
in the Post Office at Apalachi- SHIP CHANDLERY. beverages, of a sort ticle the palates el,
.st day of July, 184S. M-/rANILLA and Hemp Cordage of all sizes, Bacchus' most fastilus sons; and ',sters, 0
lK;ght. T ... -V1 IIambroline, Wormlino. Marline. Spun- and delicious, fresh from their native bsnks.
Kilby; Capt W W J virn (' -knm r. r.. i ,,i,, delicioussh frlao their l
^et^,^nr- -io,' ^ 7+ ~b80dn, Sptiis Ton-For arPteapant colflmfingling f *ed
*otter, Lock & Forhes p"lnriel, Plur-, X",l 1ow lts Putty, White amusement--7i/e u ltie d ---tLtere inhrg.
Lowreyk Le-; Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chromne Green, within the circle of gymnastics to compare ith
Lon2, Mrs Alvin bEmerald do, Imnperial do, Chrome Yellow, Ver- a gime of ten-pins but those preferwri le
u 'e; ; a~~~~~~~~ t ; r: ~~~ ~ig& r i js L i t h a r a g e S u lp h u r B r ig h t V a n s C p l a n o e i s u h s r t r i e -
Luce, Capt Henry dig Lhage, Sulphur Briht Varnish,Copal active amusements; dan always take a han
/2 Vn rdo, Tar, Rosin, Pitch, Turpentine, Coal, Paint "Come one-come all."
Leonad, Van Brushes, Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub do. Clamp do,.
2 Moon, John M 2 Lamp Black, Chalk, Whiting, Russia Duck. Eng. JOHN B. JONE
on Myers, Gteo K lish do, otton do, Heavy Ravens do Liht do, alachicolaDec. 30, 1847. so
Morbe, Thos White, Blue and Red Bonting, Nails,doper i do, Ap 50 .t1i- Xe
Mansfield, S 2 do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws, TAP Es1u, cie a inEX hanfre.n
r McAllister, Capt Jack Screws. Anchors, Handspikes, Capstain f anf d he BUaCrib-tSrskra'i in frm h. friends e
2 McCall, James Bars, Oars, Blo6ks; Shives, Jib Hanks, Haid ard t public in g,:neral. th h is
Maf'at, A Pumps, Deck Bucketsi Cdai do, Deck. Broo f .ne re Prore.r Ii .
Coan, 'at,-M-A Popritor ..I hisabove %el
McKinlev, G Corn do Caulking Mallets, Sarving do, Axes, x,. .i, hSe, aii, ,il be iplea. d- ,b itertaii
Markham h ves, Hooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Baledo. an o --dle trav,:.lainif. Cmrnii tt 'a Ia"
Markham,Chas Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulkin" ahi etm niraini hat Crt i "ta, a la4 :
Mack, Andrew Irons, Making Irons, Marline. Spikes, Ship Sc,- dt borderses The br wl"ll a lr as
3 Me-dlaharnm, Geo pers, Bung Dippers, Cook's Ladles, Tormentor. _IT r ,al "ord ri The b ,
McLean. W H 2 Dividers, Compasses, Sail Needles, Sail Twine s led gnuine li1,,rs ,' th eCl-',;CS
2 McCormick, John Seine do, Sewing do, Pahls; Rigging Leather 'lUli' ,. JOHN PATRILGE".
McNortan, Capt John P'ump do;, Shovels, Hammers, Hatclietis. Chisel 'ala'hico-la. Nov 1-1, 1.47 ."
4 Martin. Mr Augurs, Planes, Handsaws, Gimblets, Handsaw
Mc4ernn m] Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks. iliry Fire Caps d Fire
S cStock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges, Padlocks. Bucket tialllgfa(.gory.
2 McCormick, Wm Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand, Lines, ENRY T. GRATAC.Ap, cltinues to manu'l-
cisco Nickerson, Thos G Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Dee, .L facture at hik old stand, No 3,:2 Broadwoy.
O'Berdin, P.ise 2 Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthort New Voik, the lllrwiig arti1, .:!42liliar3.C s
3 Orr, Capt Isaac Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books; Cairgo do, Belk l- ,B'u a rd lreatn al : P tldh "'.eF
0' 'anlin, Felix Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Carpenter t:-,y a, ra tP1-3 Cats'-d. eBo ; E-i
ph:n ," Tools, Sampson Posts, &c.,&c. Krap;cks Ph' ab S'
Pindergrast, P Apalachicola, Dec. 9, 1847. Cloth-, Hoktr, Bridles, Gun Cases, l're Caps,
Putnam, Wm 0 3 AMERICAN rBear-Skin Cais &t,. .
Military. and Fir1e.Coniipanies abutl fo~rmin~g, df
Pren, Wm Net and Twinie Iauu cturinK collten-plate chan'zinz the'. Uniforms, can be
Preble, Caiit GeoaA Company, uppPiid withIi P Caps, by ds
Parker, R p ab1ove, at the shortest nolce, rn tie m, st reasons:
Prie. ri 12 BOMERIL ST ON.T able terms.4
2 Parker, Capt P 2 (Up Stairs,) BOSTON. May 4, 16-6.. '
Pickett,.H 2 Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Pater t t offet. "'
2 RadalorickEliza Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and 100 ,ACKS Rio, Hana ahd Dnming-,j
4P in r, Capt BundleTwines, McCarty'sCotton Herring Twine, Dec Coee, for sale l'w bi'
Raymond, R P Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax Det 23 E McCULL .
Reed, DM Herring Twine, Hawser and Shroud-laid Mack- For &1e. "'
2 Ricgan, 19 erel Lines; Herring, Pohagan Shad, Bass, and 55 BBLS Ha,. now ldinrg from s}i r
Rutgrds, HSL Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags; Cod, dian. Apply to Fio "
Rotkwell, H L Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and Menhaden Seines, Dec 2:3 'N!OU E (TN & o
Robins, Judge J H B. ,]jets and Seines knit to order at short L eliIoni 'itmp:.------ 4-
Sloall, John notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents, [ Ii R-" suprrlor Letdp syrup, yust ....ihjl
Sina, Capt A L October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalachicola Febd or 17 e by 1 .. 7'!
Smith, H K 4rroceries and Ship Stores. Feb t7 L F ABELL.,
Shecrman.E C s10 COFFEE, Java do, St. Domingo do, T., '~Ie'ie m duces
StoWellE H L, Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar, .T. IS Flour, Oldo, Lard, Whiskes '
Sweeney, C St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Yoting H-yson Tea, auKgar, choice and primf'lassbl'Porkrme,
Hyson do, PoWchong do, Souchong do, Goshen and pine, Bacon, Hams, Sesana Shouldsrs,&t
Smith, Sam'l Butter, Cheese, Lard, Bacon Hams, Sides, Shoul- sale by B. -LTSON & ,i
Sneed, Giles ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef, Dec 9. Cor. Wat'and Chestnt its. i
Strattan, Wm Mess andPrime Pork, Mackerel. Shad. Salmon.


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roLU: {E VI.] SATURDAYAUGUST- 12, 1848 -=- ; NUMBER 30. '

pointed at his breast, it
I : I was a gaiia- -
fl(&t to r. :i JUrJtUt1JS'iDfrector.i .>>. British PeriodicalVALT" .LTV- :>\J1i- neview of the LlfQ and Services'cf General : glorious achievement, and worthy of be": I achieved ard his trOrwere..all "safe";
-rjU fnrs Lewis Cass.LEWIS celebrated, not the bin'- shore. estaon*h.<| in it fort;* ramp 10 tlJa
I SCRIBERS! only on page of the 'ru- Gen. Hut
I Roman
issued
-:-- =porter- Co. JEREMIAH DAY. DANIEL J. DAY. I Subscribe early while the terms 01 e low '! CASS, the Democratic candidatefor grapher, but in the strains of the poet. We proclam-uiou. which style. says Cass'.btelflpber aI
1K1 G. the Presidency is a native of N. Hampshire I
J. ,observe by the way that other muses ihan with much ihe '
AND COMMISSION Day & Co., ., simplicity "lor elo
'''.J.EI LERS IN MaCHANTS.GOODS COMMISSION MERCHA* RE-PUBLICATION OF where he was born October 9th, 1782. the, dame of history have heen pressed into and high spin* that it contained cannot, ieice b1t

tl Water street, No.52 Water stehicola, Fa. THE LONDON QUARTERLY REViEW, His father, Major Cass was H gallant revolutionary the celebration of this eventful landing. surpassed ; but Kvas sadly in to'lllrQII.-itA

No. Apalachicola Fa. Dec 2 J o>, Agents for the THE EDINBURGH REVfEW, officer, and in 1799. superintended One would suppose that, since the landing i (fulfilment of professions." This _
Dec jjj Ot:1-{!: Agents for LLOYD ''Protection Insurance REVIEW the service 'in Delaware for what M
recruiting
NORTH BRITISH of
THE Columbus there landing
I were really no generally understood,
have been .
T H. B Stone H. W. Brooks. .iEtna Insurance Cq.'d Insurance Co." Hartford to -written
'13:;. Sourst. & Co. Co." and the "ftConn. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, < was then called by the Democrats the pro( on record to he compared to the landing : ,by Gen. HulL Ingersoll in his History of

COMMISSION Nourse, MERCHANTS. II. & j. BI. Hull, AND vision-eating army." At this time (lie son, 'of Cass in Canada. We find in the official i the LateVar,speaks oIls contemptuously

ELACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. Lewis, was the preceptor of the grammar journal of the 21st June the "
EDINBURGH (
following "threatening. and "
street
No. 4'J' Water .rtS & COMMISSION: MERCHANTS, poe. "v.iporiojf/ porn -
I Fla. school Wilmington, and: always appeared! tical version of this affair "
c12 .Apalachicola, FA'r No.13 Wator stre(t, : ous. The honor of its r.ompotitioa. lie*
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New with a black cockade in his hat. About the
-- Dec i FA3Drofe0stonal between Gen HuIlatidCol.Cass.
A
12 A writerin
Ac .
..._ When war's fierce conflict through the land
I Lockliart & Yoiinff, D T JMERrH : York immediately on their arrival by the British year 1803 Lewis Cass removed 10 Marietta, Sent forth its dread alarms. the National Portrait Gallery in a biographical -
WAR
\cbMnIs1SION ami FOR steamers-in a beautiful clear type, on fine white in what then the Northwestern Terri
: LN'TS'0' Notfccs.WM was! The thrilling bugle's sound wa heard! ; notice of the Colonel then Secretary .-
'j ,/ >3 Waler eetApala&C0la paper and are faithful copies of the originalBLAcxwooD's ; -. tory. Hero he studied law in the office of And freemen rushed to arms ; of War, attributes the authorship loliis
: -. -- facsimile
Fla -- -- ----- MAGAZINE being an exact Bold CASS led on our gallant band,
Matthew Backus and in that
of the edition. an attorney To save the vast frontier pen. Lanman. in the History of Michigan -
Edinburgh
-1
\ SYDNEY GREEN M. I
I -- tarCr&0': ), They embrace the views of the three great year or the next delivered a 4th of July With'caring hand our flag sustained also gives him the credit of n. These

? ocr May be found at his residence, corner of, parties in England-Tory, Whig, and Radical.- oration, so ultra in its .chala ter that even The brave old. volunteer. statements wet* probably authorized by

coi1Issb0N Centre and High streets opposite the Mansion Blackwood" and thp London Quarterly are the. high-toned Federalists pronounced it a CHORUS: Gen. Cass, and we have no doubt of their

.qgeiiis fir i1eUN COMPANY: House. Nov 8.'V. Tory; the Edinburgh Review Whig; and the little too spicy." At that time. according; The The brave brave, the the brave brave,,the the brave brave old old volunteer.volunteer literal accuracy. The biographer of Gen.

WTJ\L{ iUfANCE Westminster Review" RadicaL The "North i to bis own accounts! of the opinions of ihe Hull that ibis claim was nerrr set op
j ; .Vw York, G. M. Davis, The first land hostile shore says
: ofte Ci.ty o' British Review is more of a religious character, Federalists he disbelieved in the capacityof to on until after the death of the only person capnble -
street, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, He fought them long and well ;
auter Dr. Chalmers,
\ No. Aoalachicola, Fa. having been oriinaUyeditE'd!; by man for self-government ; and his doubt On Canard's, bridge and Thames' prcud field of disproving it, if it were unfounded.
/ ,
Offers his services to the public in either of the death conducted hissoninlaw
since his by
and ,
<<11 i now being on this subject were only removed by his Old England's banner fell :.Vc &c. But this does not discredit the siaiemeul.It .-
, .E. above associated with Sir David
E. BAW-ou. capacities. Dr. Hanna, '
i appointment by a Democratic President to This is all well for but would hare been indelicate in Ibe subaltern
; we
Wag Its character is of the ver very poetry
%. T' alIoD, lie will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun Brewster. literary
! 1 Vo [ 0 'I h ltC H.\NTi:: and JacksonCircuit Courts-and will, upona highest order. an office worth from 2,500 to 83.500 a year. shall tap this poetical balloon and make j to advance such a pretension during lie
I "0\1'\\USo"l" stairs.Jan I On receiving this appointment he became plain of it. That Cass was a Colonelof lifetime of his superior officer Betides
Cj W Ofi e NJ. Apabtchicol.tFa.t.A the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also, perfectly persuaded that his:' former viewsin militia WM shall not deny but how much the interual evidence i is very strong in s'urv
the four Reviews $3 annum.
'5 'fiK WM A. MCK.EXZIE.: ar ue cases in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee For For anyone two do. :j"i per this respect were incorrect, and.: at the he did to save the vast frontier" remains port of the alleged authorship. The pal fI

\ { V cltoHzic; the sessions of which he will always be For any three, do. 7" ripe age of twenty-five years. adopted the to be seen. And what the "landing" is in the true Cass vein. It savors of Ibe

yie'; II) \ MERCHANTS. present at, unless prevented by accident. For all any lour of the Reviews. 8 sentiments of Thomas Jefferson, which amounted to, and the long" fighting, may 54 40 braggadocio employed to frighten

rVH J \ ). U Vdterstreet, -\i'-a.T| "lucoli! =September 8, 1S46._ For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 with only such changes; as would recommend be very briefly told. England. and Mr. Senator Cass's advocacyof

.'. 1. j-,7 v uhchtcolaI-s: ..\. G. Se mines, For Blackwood and 3 Reviews, 9 him to the President for the time Whether or not Colonel) Cass was reallythe the Ten Regiment Bill for the purpose

'""*-- 'aifr r. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Blackwood and the 4 Reviews, 10,00 being he has retained to the present day.It first man to laud in Canada, during thelast of frightening Mexico into the adoption of
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ii'-5\LE"S V f.\';') ;iRrUL'-.RORRR. I c:2: Capt. S/H/H0n Building, Payments to be made in all cases in advance wa in the month of Match, 1807, that war, we can find nothing in the annalsof the treat\.* General Cass has never lost' an

5 ,Ur atiti.. ti Mid! IA .rittift:, ; apfaaiily.tores. ror. Centre & Commerce streets.Apalachkols PREMIUMS I Lewis Cass was first permitted to taste the the times to satisfy us. History, sometimes opportunity of frightening an enemy whenever

,. !'1ri :st'.L n'1 'II ld! ;,11,. nov.'i Fla. Consisting of back volumes of the following sweets of Executive patronage, and from unmindful of her trust has ailed to it could be done by words. Perhaps

Nh. 4-j: .V.tter-treet, Via valuable<,rks, viz : that lay to the period of his return from record alike the name of the first man who he is the bravest man oo paper who ever

.q, i Vuhfhicon. Xotice. Bentley's :Miscellany. the Court of the King of the French he landed in Canada on that occasion, and that figured in our history ; and ,we sincerely regret .
....-- rulE: Copirtnersiim, herelnfore existing be1 Metropolitan continued in iheir uninterrupted enjoyment. for his: own sake that he has never
U. F. ,'bellV'r two.-n the subscribers, under the firm of D. : MagazineThe of him who was the last, about three weeks ,
rh:1'.UL, : Dublin Univcr.ity Magazine. H<* seems to have taken for his motto the Canada. Per been favored with a chance for displayinghis
\ H.-:"i. ""''D 8 WOOD X (;0., chirps: this day. The aU irs afterwards, to run awayfrom
;E\LtRl) Vir tS. MEOICINE5, PALMS, of the concern will be liquidated by N. J. De- Blackwood's M. gazine. words} of the old song : haps neither of these questions would have valor in the field.
'.LAS fce., &.I"1. '. The London, the Edinburgh, the Foreign \Ve the material passagt'lof this
OIL*. b1'): D. B. WOOD, I become of much importance, in view of the extract
And whatsoever king reign
'\lo_ V i.?ril ,i *wtm-ntof SUtinery. N. J. DEBLOIS. Quarterly, and the Westminster Reviews. I'll be the Vicar of Bray may, sir."! Ignominious issue of that expedition, were celebrated paper. to show how true is the

o Ir. .1't C t.J olnut 4iid VVater streets, Apalachicola, April 13, 15-19. Any one subscribing to Blackwood, or to ona it not that for the want of some mo're illustrious remark of Mr. Cass's biographer thai it was
4ril H .\11br.hk..1a,1-'a.! of the Reviews, at 83 a-year, or to any two of No service came amis It was all the sameto .. in contrast with thefutfilmtnt of faprofessions.
I the Periodacals at i will receive, gratis, one exploit, it is thought desirable to sadly
Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Cordial $ him whether Madison or Monroe was in ." It addressed to ihe inhabitants
iti..SLJIE!!, make General Cass the hero of the Canadian was
te I ai" volume of any of the premiums above named.A the Chair John Quincy Adams or General
C9\IM! ? IOX I MERCHANT, subscriber to any three of the Periodicals at invasion of 182Vhat! the historyof of Canada :
?: Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus, Jackson. He was; not of the stuff that
\% n Afaer street-Upstairs.r. ; FO Cholera Inlantum and $7 a-year, or to the Four Reviews at S, will receive that affair can serve, beyond illustrating In the name of my country anil by the
-hicol3, Ha.J summer complaint of makes Live when he might have
th t. 1*17. A'iU( < chfidren, for sale by two premium volumes as above.A martyrs. would have been the art of coming 'out of the little end of authority of Government I promise you
lived Lewis Cass never
-. C. Alien, Fi! 3 J J. C. ALLEN. subscriber to Blackwood and three Reviews, He has life born, we are really at a loss to imagine. protection to your person property, antf
sake. always
for
W! ,1.,1.! IT! K."i IiI TValet inV at $9 a-year, or to the Four Reviews and Blackwood burned opinion's The last man lo leave Canada has not beenso rights ; remain at your homes pursue your
) puvrs OILS Sarsaparilla.BULL'S at will receive three premium vol- possessed a remarkable faculty of making avocations. raise
$10
DW: ; vie-M-'iN15.. successful as Colonel Cass in having an peaceful and customary: :
(;Lts::-, IIa :''"r II'::'' c., xc. Sand's, Jlns-tol's and Bailey's com- umes. himself acceptable to. Chief :Magistrates, not your hands apaiuai your brethren..

I"n. .. rt'iid extract of Sarsaparilla, just re- OO- Please particular in naming the pre.mium. whether Presidents or Kings. autobiographer. of fathers fpushtlor il.e fre-
.f "'n'ru' &rtmriit if'iiO.S cenvd, and for sale by ., desitfd and the works subscribed fm From 1607 to 1612 the subject of our He had no poet, and he died. Many your we now enjoy. Being ,-
and independence
,BLVVK-.sr A \TIOSF.IIY Conrnre'streets., &c ,.&c. Ffl 17_H F ABELL. CLUBBING.[ memoir remained marshal of Ohio and rejoiced But further of this celebrated landing. dom children therefore, of the.same! family
:
c Apilichicold ruiTACrOS Dr.VoodraflT's Aiitibillious Vegetable copies any as a patriot in the fees with and heirs to the same heritage thearmyof
_i!{-' j Life Pill. will be sent to one address on payment of the ,;. <> nffi..a In the year last rnpntinniil liebrcakioO' man cf the Canada expedition, it was un- as. frieuds most U HaiMny

A.Vi"cOM'.lXo.B. S.: II l\\'lc\' "lcJ: '". li..t'r, i1 Feb 8 '* J C ALLENOsaaburgs. Deing izratis.No: premiums. will be given where the out of hostilities with Great Britain } was accomplished without the.."loss'ol a single u-i.v jou qj>!,,, !_,..> woirnm You wilJ)
ocr will and in this capacity marched to Detroit man, dead or wounded. We are happy be emancipated from tyranny and oppression
Water street, is made tn clubs, nor premiums I
2-s above allowance "
Aoalachicola. Fa. : be furnished ess the subscription with the army under the command of General to announce: sajs Duane's Aurora, (vol. and restored to t the dignified station of free
i ii
.-n3.> 'I C\ ALES Georgia Ostiaburgs, on consignJ is any paid case in full to me pullkhtrs, without Hull. Here commences his: militarycareer. 8, p. 102.) of.that day. the glorious news men. Had 1 any doubt of ercnlval succeu't

ivory te .f 01lC ; \\ rm-tit, for sale by recourse to an agent. that General Hull and his army had LANDED I might ask your assistance, but I do not.- l'
MERChANTS, :
;:LO CCRSic: C.I\I\U50S Dec J._ DAY&-...-Co.- EARLY COPIES. As far as history, or more partial biography SAFE in Canada, with little or no opposition, I come prepared for every contingeucy. I
: Wdhr'otrft'l.Dt'c --- ----r
j. 43 Ap tUchicola! Fa. Warranted' = 16: Cure. A late arrangement with the British' publishersof records his martial services, they may : and taken possession of the town of Sand HAVE A FORCE WHICH WILL LOOK DOWN!'

A.V'O'D OSTER & COXE'S genuine Southern Tonic. Blackwood's Magazine secures to us early )e thus enumerated, viz : wich." ALL OPPOSITION' THAT FORCE IS BCT

fEh"4tEI.I.1'; : ')\. WlM.IAM Co. C compoiiri'Jed from medicines of our own sheets of that work, by which we shall be ableto 1. The landing in Cauada with General By the llth," says another account by TIIK VANGUARD OF A MUCH GREATER. It;

R. Ellison fc HA, NTS.AM forests, a pe'fect and Idsting cure for 1 fever and place the entire number in the hand of sub- Hull. an oilicer of the army, "we had brought up contrary to your own interest andftbejusf

CO MM I ri S, 1X I RF.O.KR M K*l liC IN j:;ue, and for being the best :Tonic in cases saley of scribers before any portion of it can be reprintedin ,2. The authorship of Gen. Hull's procla-I our military stores, and at break of day gave expectations of my country, you should

YGoms.: (;\tc\ ),:t iW'o*, HARDWARE, general Jebilitv! or weakness now known, for any of the American Journals. For this and I Tiation. them a display of our little army in order of lake part i in the, approaching cprtestyou

TIN WAItE, tt v T<. SIIOKS. HATS, t) [ Anril 2i] H F ARELL.QEIILrrz. other advantages secured to our subscribers, we be 3. The skirmishes at the river Aux Ca- battle, and just at sunrise crossed, and madegooti will, be considered, and treated! is'enemies,

CATS: OKO.'KKUY: SHIPCHAN'ULEtlY Yeast and Soda Powders of the pay so ,large a consideration. that we may nards. our landing on the Canada shore in and the horrors and calamities of war will
Jcc. of the Magazine. I
Cor. Water and Cte.str.ul, q?::. J best quality, for sale by compelled! to raise the' subscribe price early while the 4. The retreat from Canada with General their sight, but, greatly to our surprise, stalk before you. If the barbarous and savage

I.o 9 ApaUchicola, Fa. July 17 _J. ALLEN. Therefore is low'Remittances we repeat Hull. without experiencing any opposition. or the policy of Great Britain be,pursued, and

Edward :flcCnlly, Yardage:: for Cotton. price and communications should be 5. The alleged breaking; of his sword on I.firing of a single shot at us.-(3 Duane's the savages be let loose to murder our'citi

',310SER. ANTU: COMMISSION MERCHANT, R OOM fir 3000 bales in lower Cotton Yard. always addressed, post-paid or franked, to the the memorable occasion of I-Iull'surrender. I Weekly I Aurora 108.) zeDs, and butcher our women and children

No. 5J\ Water Street Apply! to publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 6. His presence at the battle of the RobertVaHace., jr., o'ne of the aids of this war will be a WAR. OF EXTERMINATION.The .

Xcvii l Apalaehicnli. Fa. (Feb 21.!_N J DEBLOIS. 79 Fulton St., New York. Thames. .. General Hull, wrote as follows : The most first stroke of the tomahawk the first

Jas. F. Parnor- Vinegar. Now, it would not be the slightest disparagement of our army'landed on the British shore attempt with the scalping knife will be the

\jE EIt.-\T. HECEIWNG. FORWARDING .\: A FEW Mils pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low GODEY'S DADY'S BOOK, to Lewis Cass to say that he had this morning, without opposition.-(Same, signal of one indiscriminate scene ofdesola.

COMMISSION MERCHANT, ..\ by E. McCULLY AND l FAMILY MAGAZINE, won military distinction. \Ve i 113.) .. tion. No white man found fighting by f ho

N J. 53 Water !street.' Fla.tI" Nov 1 1 _50; Water >t. The oldest Magazine in the United States, never find no fault any with him on that score. As far i The army," says another.contemporary side of.an Ind.ian! will be taken prisoner; instant -

Nsr n Aptlaclucola. Itazors.ADE contains monthly sixiy pages of reading matter, fame it is not the account, "crossed Detroit river, above the destruction will be his lot. If t.the,dictates
his copper
P. \I'CUL' GUSTAVE: ROMAI.V.T W & BUTCHAR'S and, Rogers &,Son's .. by the first writers in the country-twelve Two splendidsteel more as that we military object to, but goes the attempt, by silvering town, on the l2th without receiving anyop- of reason, duty.jusmice, nod humanity

: Calla & Itoniatl1.COIfIIO superior Razors for sale by than the New York magazines.!authentic colored to the penny off for a position. Sandwich) a beautiful and extensive cannot prevent the employment of a force
undeniably pass
H F ABELL.Cooper's engravings, an or gilding
MERCHANTS, Feb 21 desrrtcd which and knows
Detroit. rights
was no
respects DO
:
Fashion plate, Model Cottages and better coin. It is the to counterfeit present village, opposite ,
No. 9 Columbus Block. Isinglass, monthly Churches, Crocket Work, and other matters for ment" that does him dishonor not the absence and t1acualiS ine, 126.} i wrong it will he prevented by a severe and

!NOT. IS Apalachicola._ receiveoYand' for sale by the Ladies, all illustrated and well explained of distinguished achievements. We : A soldier, w'rmug in the.C.jhilic6tne Fre- relentless system of retaliation. I doubt not

S. :n. :Nlc'.ssofl, JUST .'!' J. C. ALLEN. &c. &c. therefore, very briefly, to examine I donian of that day', gives still more graphic your courage and firmness. I will not doubt

bEALEll 1NT CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, May 4. Price for one year, which includes the the propose claims, so pompously put forth in the description of this gallant landing : 0 I appeal your attachment to liberty. The United

HVTS;, CAPS, &c.No. iieiiry's Magnesia, Lady's Dollar Newspaper, making three Mr. Cass's Life issued from ihe to any American, in! the army toS3J if Slates offrr you peace, liberty and Stc rilJ.
1 Colura'-MH BlrK-k, publications in one month . . $3 00 Sketch of i that moment ((10th of July) we utIt not Your choice lies between those, and war.
23 \p Dollar "
!!e. JUST without the Ladys and destruction.
of
H F ABELL.MOFFAT'S Two copies have been before ihe battlements lal1 slavery.
& -24 . .... ... :5 00 it is said 100,000 copies have been circulated to
Underwood Caigli, Newspaper.. .. .. .. 1 den. Oh, what laurels l awaited us tfere Snch is what Central Armstrong justly
TAILORS I LIFE PILLS AND PH02NIX Five copies with one to the person sending through the country.I. the "vaunting" proclamation with
just received and for sale by the club. . .. ... .. .. . 10 00 It is set forth in Italics, in the Sketch I have no more doubt that Fort Maldev, in styles which Colonel Cass undertook

.LTZELL'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT-ST. Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist. |I Eight copies . .. .. ... .. .. . 15 00 we have cited, that General Cass was the Upper Canada, would Have surrenderees It would have done 10 frightenthe

Apalachicola, Fa. -Townsend's! Snrsap-arillo---; Twelve copies. ... ... .. .. .. .. 20 00 first man to land in arms in the cncmy'i us then without our losing scarcely a mm;,' Canadians. BobdJil. The honor
attended with punctuality A of either the Lady's Book, or theLadY'1 interesting than I have, of old General Hull's beinj' a to Bombaites or ludicrous
thAU orders to received and for sale by specimen country. Furthermore, an anecdote \ in which it to the
JUST sent to : pay- coward. A or two afterwards we cros- contrast stands ignomin-:
>!\ dt'flatch. Jan. 20 : it 27 11.F. BELL. Dollar Newspaper any person : in illustration of this event, is narra- day ",
ing poastage on the request. which told, ed the river, and that poor old soul wts ous retreat of this army :rQng enough to
,
31 If. Scott & Brother, and Onions. GODEY ted in the same biography, was lookdown al opposition" U
Irish Potatoes Address L. A. heard to exclaim, when the boat that (;* humiliating to
the late gallant
WROWLE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE article for sale by No. 113 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. it seems with much, spirii,.by ried him was about to touch the shore, ".he

bay GOODS: CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES A Nov II E. McCULLY., 50 Water st. January 1848. and lamented General Harrier: The critical moment draws near !" when we ere The following/ dwlojw in the Senate, di>mi
HATS, &c.. Liverpool snit; carriage containing General Cass. while or > old I the aisccsion,of th'*S 1 6.000,000 I>.an r-v, il.'uZ!
Cor. Water and Centre-streets, sale PROSPECTUS OF, ,. his tour through\ o.hio. was one.day stopped i i met by an a\Vrulforce. to be sure-twi!"- trdtes ve'y felicitously! this trait in Central C'.

FOR by &. Co. "TilE OLD ZACH," who addressing iiie Generalsaid,. !1 women waving white handkerchiefs!. charactff :
Dec 23 Apalachicola, Fa. :: 30 B ELLISON by a man Same 191. Mr WEBSTER lie gectleman said that the
and Carder designed to advocate; the election 141 can't let you pass without speaking tcyoti. ( ) ot,tie bill to tllghtenIe11CO.
A weekly was
Iron, Scotch do, Weeding I paper if havo not taken all the her'- principal object ,
A. Dodge, SWEDE Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool! of ZACHARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana, to the You don't know me. General." Gen..1 i Now, we of I and that this woul,'be more humane than to harm

SHIPPING &, COMMISSION MERCHANT, and Shovels, Cauldron and Sugai Presidency of the United States. Cass replied thai he did not. Well, sir,"''I j ism and all the poetry out of this story her1
Cards, Spades land in C
nj -
ihe to CsaTtit's
< true.
., Colonel Cass being first Mr. ,
No. 40 Water Street, Pans,Ploughs, &c. &c. for sale by political Said he, t was the first man in your regiment WEBStwIt'a' true,13 it TMr
Fa. B ELLISON &. C. The undersigned proposes to publish a to jump, out of the boat on the Canad j ada in arms. we will never put pen to paper Mr. CASS. Yf3. Slr- ,

Dec23. Apalachicola, Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut lit!!. paper, in, the.city of: Tuscaloosa,; to i be issuedweekly ; shore." No, you were not," said Genera Ii i again.; Even she two old women, it appears of, Mr.: WEBRVery well I though much,
\\Va C1EEVEk -- the presidential:: campaign, '' who th>* only human beings in sight remarkable of
:. W. SlM. .. WM. W. Oil. during ensuing the first man myself on shore. were Now sir/ characiensc .thalspetchth
Salad entitled above and to be devoted to the Cass, "I was tokens of chick makes it much* Mexicanspeech
be as displayed / so
to the American
Sims Chccv rj Manhattan, a few cases the other "I junipedoutllrstinto : rmy .
,
received brig thepeople's "Trtle,1said
per Gen. Zachary Taylor, as '/at gentleman spokr in! the hear
'c of Maj. that figured on tha -
0 M M I ION. MERCHANTS; JUST support truce The only arm
)S J. C. ALLEN. but
Oil, that is good. candidate for the presidency. the river, to get ahead of you. you of female Ins of Mef. as well a9 ln the /ring of this
Office Nu. 36 Water street. eventful ihe arms two
'! yPreston's 4. OLD ZACH" will endeavor to prosecutethe held me back, and got on shore ahead of day were Senate.e \re Iic< sed here fec-1be what we
"THE
dec23 Apalachicola while flags, to .
veterans, who shook their by :Mexico and Me (() derives
the hf encourage -
of Lemon, in Alabama, as is
Extract coming political war, me. Hull and Colonel Ca s that say It from what ls sd h..e. And Jet the
General #
vRoberts Allen & Co., Custards, Sauces, Jellies, &c. ha often threatened to prosecute the there might well have been show a tells
: flavoring Union so Certainly, and that they honor7& UPL'1Jer! c*?nifS forth na Mexico
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP FOR sales by J. C. ALLEN. war in Mexico, "with vigor," with great vigor circumstances in which this zeal to land first heir r intentions were pacific, thei; that t IDci;!;}! OIbJcct .1.ie hiJ jo ,? ...&iurij

CHA Dr.ERY. IRON, STEEL, NAILS, May 4- ," with increased vigor." Whenever the in an enemy's country might have been entertained no thought of opposing worlcJ have .,MJt'd along the '\Vue:..
: be set by th myrmidonsof Who can fail to admire the ardent her.100 use GctFan are floating away
SPIKE AND \STINGS, old veteran shall upon $ and where could have laridiug '
Hops creditable we I' and whes
thty
J highly tbu Ve3/uz; gel there, they will
will stand to youth, !i
ZACH" the
And Manufacture or.Tin, Iron and Copper Fall Crop, for sale by power, THE OLD up" pard ned the gallant Colonel for seeking 10 enthusiasm of gallant v *7to Mexico that"after all, ye good ilexj.S1 .
IV Td. FRESH 17 H. F. ABELL. the dark, and endeavor to give" in return, a the unnamed and nameless individual generously braving tH. perils of so noble afj I ? my principal obct; is to frighten you j andMe

Dec 31 Apalachicola, Fattrlei little more grape Capt. Bragg. deprive of such dis enterprise ? It was certainly an exploi end that you nay it be jtrighteied too
liavaiia s giirs. be successful the alluded to in the anecdote ichbave cf
will one
That the contest a of the emulation wit given you his udjcation npur..
Robert Johnfunn.. Eugene W Roger Qfnnfl HAVANA SEGARS, contain- undersigned entettains no doubt. He respectfully tinction. We call for the, man's" name. worthy generous the honor with his core.. se." That's kind inhim! cirtamly!,
itoi&tid 7Vj \JUvincan -assortment the "Pro solicits the ttention of all the friends of Gen. We wish to know whom the gallant General which he contested .! Mr. Piesident. you%me bu th*t ,.,nea Snug
Cha ;, Britannia rade. It is a scene for a painter as wella Ihe joiner was to enacUhe hon,;md ia*'and
"Minerra States and rOil'
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COMMISSION: MERCHANTS bid d/8 "Cabanas, Taylor; in this and adjoining especially has robbed of this honor, now enumerated .
;
ob
it canvass the he waa quite apprehewf t iw. fle
stage
brands landing Clubs Just imagine pon .
choice now
and other and now
Partugts of the "Rough Ready claims to the Presidency. poet. .
tree the :
Water among shore Colahead. night frighten the Duchess and tfc l mAff
the
; dec_21 Anatachicola. Fa. per schr Ann Maria,from Havana, t&raale.by forming in various places, to this Prospectus. If there i is any glo'ry I f due to the exploit, our boats approaching bottoU much, for '.*there is nor," he w.e.tu g IS J%
Water touches
Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 that subscribers should make His pinnace wild kiwi 'tJ
It is desirable Ohio is entitled to the lion'sshare earful 9f trout "0ZtntvIy tbfl'twere
friend from
i. betilotd.COMMISSION offices early -as fire t/'j ofnl=J t ? 11 ne
If. known their names and post as the moment to thegenius I. pity JElt bueomidiest" -
medicines, of it." and theiejcrf, by the a : cbnC.d
AND FORWARDING Ttionisoniari .
aDd she canvass amnjot
undying lam
MERCHANTS, reived and for ale by practicable."THE OLD ZACH" will be publisheduntil the But, as we have intimated, it depends list Cass.; sword in hand. breathyfrieDj from nde r .Mu 1 "' 'feht aDd & JtfSL.l"dSfc ) \ &
Water-street .JUST. J. C. ALLEN. of ONE DOLLAR, much circumstances how far I' & : .u ..t< hdlfbsS! to&Slffi?
No. 44 b 3 I election, at the moderate price very upon and defiance. 8lruggl ; on hosOhio I II e ; (
Dec 2 Apalachicola,Fa. Rose Water. invariably in advance For a remittance of $25 such an achievement entitles its actor to I the .tJiItfpin hi ( to the: same tfI'r'; Pf.ak{ thi { Yla
the b' (
of English and French Rose copies will be furnished ; for $40 fifty copies renown. If the landing was disputed and for' .. II)e t WO oh4, .( '' think I Cahle' llilh..t a J"dlt'L.o>t sh.W.r

A. N.: McKxr. N C. RABBIN CHAI. PRJLTT. AFRESH just supply received, and for sale by thirty; and for$75 one' hundred copies. dangerous; if the Colonel threw himself I tIle ?Rl' waving the ef eSstve fI" \ I am a nv"(Grrnt. d other h', mm hter are 1 -JVa/wl, Snug. rh.irir" <:

A. M lYI Kay ft Co. April 27 H F ABELL. A specimen number will be issued on 13th. into a serried host of enemies! JJ8hr 1;:' {.II'' Ireace 'Jwu t\tus 'ou"II. i'li -

I ..COMMIS5 ON MERCHANTS. Camphor and Piperine, !u.t re- March, which will be extensively. D. distributed.M. J. SLADE. upon the beach or the, soj, y *hostre swords ;After the ?and

,. No. 40 Water-street, QUININE for sale by lets were aimed at "
t) : !5 Apalachicola, Fa. April 17 H. F. ABELL. Tuscaloosa Feb. 16,1818. \

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Two Lives of Gen. Cass-Before and since L-h; thr old Fedt'ral
nil concerned in it.Vhc We the of communication is
ohall ask perusal a ab4
only add I Fo attendance' Washington( in COMMERCIAL I hit Nomination for the Presidency. be cause he was roxcxorr in.hil'P! CUi
that: when we came to the adjustment of 1821-22 ((208.Ia)&) to settle' his own ADVE1tP1ER.w to-day's paper, signed fcogitator." The In the "National Portrait Gallery," pub- th British, io the Jut war "-FJor dia.tI,

the treaty of $peace: it VIM expressly: disavowed Hccounts, and mileage. ((10 rations calls attention to the respective position of Gen. Cass Well, all we.hne to say is, t
commissioners l fished in 1834, the biographer "be
by our til Ghent, and said per day) and! 1,032, travellingexpenses AFAlUACmCOLA, SATURDAY AUG. 12, MIS of the two candidates ferine rea1dency. Federalists did hate him abe ha
to be unauthorized by lc American Govern' 1,448 states, that "when the enterprise of Col. ; wen
went. Some of Democratic friends over Ii now, for we find
our he n'e Gem Bucbanjj
Extra .
country, (
I services: as commissioner to iThe following gentlemen are authorized Burr began to agitate ,
III. But after landing: fir-l" on iti\ Canada t : that Gen. Taylor has avowed no croft, Ingersol, Wilkins, McLean
_
shoie II treat with the ]Indians at Wanaghkonena. Agents for the COMMERCIAL AovKRTiS Band willrecl"ive complain Cass) was appointeSon: 'acontmittee to which ,.
nnd issuing this I'roc\III1i1r\: ; ,,n and at Prairie du Ubien, and subscriptions advertise- principles ; we think there is a most important T=i1ney, Vroom, Wall, Whittleiej
receipt or referred. IispYeient biographers
it that Cass the i j
appears Col. "fought: theta\ subject was ,
I 825. 29 days, daily and mileage host of others
long and 7cell "-and according i tn his I Ifl\).I j I $356 Taking pay Washington men ts- principle involved in the diverse positions make no mention of (hat. committee the rankest Federu,jl
to ,
graph spilltltt first Hood during the last ; 2092 treaty 2,448 Major WM. W.CIIKCVFPEsq.JACK llAnnIIIAN. Euf, Albany ulaAla., Ga. occupied by the two 'candidates of the memlers of the Ohio Legislature( ; b'ut th-e last 9 srwith Oreat Britain,* b_

war." Now this! appears to us I as! meagre a', S\lli\\ \.., services iu Indiana in 1S26, JAS. J. OLIVER Tallahassee, Fa. principle vital to the very existence of our that she drafted the law which arrest- devoted supporters. If they everd a,.
recommendation as is the merit of the i first i ilandin say
.4 daJS 552 ---= -. Government. One candidate, a quarrel{ will the Floridian
-- advise
Republican "
::. Spilling blood' of itself i is of no i ) ,,J ihe traitorous designs of Burr &c. .w

great importance, except i it leads to some ) 8'lG;.services,XT-,,, .in.. Fond I do Lac in 1,360 FOR PRESIDENT: Gen. Taylor, offers himself as an Er'cuiive His 2d Hographer (see Star of the West) t their difference has been reconciled !i-ft,

important icsult. W,. have again. consulted % SnTII', _'_.rJ.7, COdayn yuwmllarserviccsat ZAChARY TAYLOR. President under the Constitution. He proTI1e" '' Stung with mortification Floridian should be ci'rVfiil, on' the
on hearingof
he recoru m lefirlllhe ttpslI ._ <" these ., Green Bay in 1828 lUILLA R 1> *' .A4-* NR'_ approved by says : Federalism Gen. 11jtetof
l of Culou (
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gallant elpl.IIS l C. !ss! on tf>- < 1,112'Sirnihlr ---- ----- ) 'u'&ttIPdlJ j.a

nada ebo"i I 66 days services at St. Joseph's( in FOR GOVERNOR : merit, existing under toe' Constitution.r -, when ordered- deliver vp his sword in- Federalist himself in 1812 and ltnr

[ :' o.I.) t i 1 827, 10 d l'S. 240 Oen. THOMAS BROWN Legislative and Judicial. The oilier candidate 't;o nantly. shivered it in pieces and threw it easily account for the affiliation DOW btt.etl

of the CliroixVle & Sentinel.Taylor Services and expenses in \\ ashingtoncity FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS : Gen. Cass, proposes to carry out the :rh. refusing' to surrender it to the him and the objects of his first love fo

Correspondence in 1628 preparing a code for Hon. E. C. cABELL.FOR resolutions of the Baltimore 'Convention-to enemy. to Gen. Cass's whipping the British, it 9
in Albania.LnrooKS 1st '
the iegiilationuf Indian affairs and execute the will of that serf-constituted His 1)iOgt. news to us, and we have examined the
Ala., July 23. par- Portrait kiv
: Cov. rY. mileage ill days, ., 1,520 ELECTORS : When 'lW (see Gallery)
:
SIR :-The \Vhigs had; a gteat pnrbmng: Services for superintending! Indian General JACKSON MORTON. tizan body, and if the to-ordinaTe tranches 'says Gen. Cass -'V capltuJated he tory of the war of).812 and cao't find it,

.;in this county at H. ) neville.! ..on i Ihc. 22d.: agencies at Piqua, Fort Wayne Of Weft Florida. of Government-the Legislative and Judicial ([ ) was NOT PRES1.. '. b ut the detachment and we would be obliged if the Florida

The crowd wis tremendous, :.na the sjiiiil of anfl! Chicago, for the years 1822-3 Col. A. G. SEMMES, Alternate. -concur in support 'Of any measure, i with which? he was sei. nder i would furnish us tbe history of that il&if.

enthusiasm; in "rnp l'Iioll.: I '4--5-6-7-8, at 1.500 per annum, 10,500 : 'Col.\ Mc&rthur, was includedin'1i( ? \V have
II Colonel SAMUEL SPENCER VJen. Cass obligates himself not to be their P. no disposition to conceal from tie
The Hon., J IIIPS E. IJ.'Jspr, heretofore I II|I' SiI iilarservices, same agencies, 1820 Of Middle Florida. tender) and being unable to retreat by 'Ir-tho I Gen.Casa
and : Executive officer, but to veto and obstruct $people any military exploit
/ :
of the distinguished (
one most 00 and of 1,500
; 1831
"U
influen-j part per GEORGE ,v. CALL Jr Alternate.
lial PeniorinK in the :-'alt'-a' n1P1ner atjiium .i>,a Q"H ; Colonel' JOHN H. McINTOSH flubmilled and I, a.. ,_ ... .
Congieand! one of the' most abl* and] j [ with the dicta of the conventionaforesaid. ) was embarked for II! -'J -: -_t mrneoclDJ j ill

active Polk champions' in 1S14. altmded! ) J} Total) extra charge $60,412Ir Of East Florida. Ohio ;" but Gen. Cass immediately/ repaired l8l2, bo '. can.,we. reconcile hf (oltow0

and ni.nli; one of his rr.lt..t t eff.irts. in favorf I would' appear from this statement, ---- to Washington." There is no sword :[ ? Hull surrendered on ihe 15iaJ

>I T.iylor.. He I contended, that the safety I made: from documents% specially referred In. We referour readers to an extract we As Genera' 'Taylor 'has aVowed this great breaking scene mentioned the auiiior of j August, 1812 anD Cass was ihen ,

elf, ilie country! and p.mu-ul .srly of th
reqiiiie.l ;i1.,1,'lutely hi* election.! .\1 r. IJ.i :-Gen.C.iss's I friends.) that he charged arid I Stewart oi Pennsylvania. It contains a I agent-the Executive Io carry out the will life in 1834. There is certainly a contradiction months after i'f. exchanged (or v>mt
h.
>:iiJ l lie 11:1I11)'c'lI one (If I th"I most vinlcM ofDeinociatir i rei-eived four times lor the stme: period I ; for Col. Cass war not present ; -so whipped any Brjjj.up .
pay statement of the monies drawn from the of the majority of the people when constitutionally .
but, 5 if( he i io the of
jtirti/.ans% could l 1'f'1! nf time. and consequently could not 00 refuse to sur spring 181\ he must have: doni

forgiven he would! hp.o no Mure. Hr! had I Is. Ilis regular salary as Governor Treasury by Lewis Cassfor a series of years, expressed, under the decision of render it, when he was ordered to deliver : 90 while a British prisoVr.' Then

not changed' a single% l pi'wiple! nor would I c: ':fjit.j,) superintendent/ ; of Indian in the shape of salaries and extra charges i the Judiciary-where is the great necessity r his sword." his up 1 i j that from the 9th of Oct wefiajg
One of 183
he. but he had heroine convinced t that to'nllmv aflaiis of the of Michigan of his biographers i Ite acfJ|
II Territory As these! specifications are taken from the knowing private opinions regarding i Governor of
(. \ the lewd of the wiieworket-t uf I the guilty 'of pbVuive falsehood./ i Michigan 8up'erinrend,
I :62,000 per annum for about Records Washington: and' the friends of I measures of policy ?-A fa opinion, accor- ', of Indian
Deinnci.i ld affairs
o II require sacrificesnnd Gen. Cass's 2d receiving
Many : the
131'(1 r.-I. 36,000 I biographer (see Star of 'C'tlt
changes: which he cutiM( urike. G en. Cass ft-eie challenged to'mwkc the examination ding to his view of his duties, is of no more I nine hI -
not
Fifteen. 1 suing $2000
2d. hundred
::! per annum extra : the West) says, that unaccompanied ex-1 years per a m Sa>
The IJ.iIiiinoro: Convention Itadlnl i forth a themselves aNd correct i if value, practically or effectively, upon the a
/ s.il.uvfrom! 1813 to 1831, nearly 18years errors his and also 'extras to the imount jqi;[
ctnJi.lar.'Vhil'htlte, Southern : cept by interpreter, he (Gen. Cass) advanced f 33.
Democratscouldnut ; paid in 1t31.:? 26,715 any were made, and no denial of their correctness legislation; of the country than that of the But this is all (
folly.
t < and of' directly into their midst the Indians History .uj.| ...
suppnii cnii Hictitly main I Rations, -ten r.itiuus dny at 20 humblist in the land. ( I- .
per consider voter According to
bound to
them, would out 11')'. conclusive: reasons for cents each for between 9 and 10 appearing we are ) und with his own hands pulled down laihiy' mention Gen. CasVs battles If ,e eyft

which 1)I- proceeded! to givi;. lie i then declared : )'cars. 6,6103d. ) them true transcripts from,oflicial re his principles, (and he shows he has read the flag, (of Great Britain) trampled/ it un won any. But ihe 'only mention wtafe(

his Itt.til"Ijil to support, wiih all Ins Fifteen hundred( dollars per an- cords. The result of the examination i is the doctrines of Jefferson understandingly) der his feel, ami] AFnnw ADS I of Gen. Csss, by historians! connected
might the u BURNED: IT, .ilh
brave: old Hough and Ready." nut)) extra salary frmn 1821 to 1331, this: Gen., Cuss held the office of Governor if he errs, he does so in carrying out the r the war of 1'812, is 'hii;
For the presence at liar.lurrender.
this ordering
he .
advanced interpreter the IndiansIh'llthey .
conisr and! inform
cogent nninsvpiable about ten years, being; part cf the of Michigan for about eighteen years and] will ol (he majority. But, occupying the Nobody blames him;
: 1 He for'arreo
leasnns. 8iid; : lli.n; t lies e abort 18 were within the jurisdiction of the
could be nr (bettor! President than Washington years. 14,3754th his regular salary attached by law to thatoffice position Gen. Cass does-pledged to carry lering on that occasion- '
United Slates many, hdrerf
Specific chnrgcs for 772 days of and that no 'other flag limn .
but that Ta'lor'GIII,] be is no.ar' ; hi? the above time, at S3 per day and was 2000 per annum, and he would] out the measures of the Baltimore Conven theirs could be think he behaved Vrry childish to break his

equal) as mortal' mm r.nn be. His appeal to 10 cents mileages. In attending at have been legally 'entitled to 'pty for 18 tion, and pledged to veto the will of the majority permitted to wave over it. swnrd-still he showed that be had reSbakspea're
The -{
Jh'ise Democrats 1st Portrait
who have biographer
(see
ed so much : the ; hereloforc, harp I. Indian t licaties, at Washington;:! to years Governor at 82000. i is 36000. Now of the people, j if( that will should con this Galleryholds ) to adVnntnge and profit to himself
upon slaveiy question wasperfectly language : Taking only' an interpreter
settle his
and for
own accents, ex- of here in Florida would] have flict with the measures ,recommended by and is
) overwliplming.' He contrasted the : one us considered certainly this day a standing
with him he
II'I i pay as above, preparing an In- (Gen. Cass) advancedto
action of the two Coni-entions: on this sub I dian code, &c., being upwards ofSIR that a right coinfortnble income for that body.it r is of vast importance we should the Indian and down portly example' that "discretion ;is lie
encampment pulled
ject and tdiuued
that the
; IVmocrats virtually H per day for the time specified sitting t I in office all the year, with the dignity know wliat measures he willid us pass. According I better part 'bf ;,lor"
with his hands the
endorsed
the own Anglo flag,
: proviso! by voiin! almost savage
?
above. the doctrine of the Locofocoparty
to
12,712 of Governor attached.
Bat
Gen. CASH'S"appe.ite
unanimously :';!'liIlSI) a rcotlntion' condemn &;c. Having given this bold and practical; The r'eadine"iih wlich-Utn. Talorer
ing it; whilst the Whigs Ind i increased 'with what it fed p the will of the people estopped by scnted to eat his own clarations to Winibny
'the ;: voted to lay Total . . . ... .!))6.412 upon,1'I ? ; I rebuke, he returned to his party, TAKI.NG and Stewart at the brhest of Babe Peyton and
proviso: itself on the table: (by : and he managed: to maKe out a bill authority-of what A packed body of
This last hi.*colleagues! the
charge on
tion. Hr IccJarna-1 \\ith his three salaries, WITH HIM THE FLAG, aud leaving the Indians I. managing comhlitiee,prom
urged every one who : office.holders and office.seekers in the Baltimore !. him to beas of cb'nliden
one fixed at. 52.000, and two extra salaries the Government, for extra services, of SGO- unworthy as r.jt
be he Whig Democrat to further reflection. Now, we ask.! scherr'1'ohas
tan'dettaken
or to tint ever tb btuT lit
cnst vole I of $1,500 each, would make his at this 412. In other words Convention ; and if (the people !
the approach
for 2arh Taylor :.nd the pxhorted the La- pny trimmings costmore how could Gen. Cass have; taken the Anglo way into place.-i Y. True Sun, July 8.
dies tr cive 'the g.dhnt; old lln-o their period atnunt to Si 1.355 per annum-more than th vcoat. Thes.darywasa mere Mr. Cass, in the majesty of all the We take the above beautiful txtract"
smiles than| with him to his after this
31 ) and all savage flag party,
pcr day. Sundays exclusive
and] "bles rations taken
'1se2ibtISbLdS! (rom the pocketsof same flag had been trampled under his
him snd r.cier surtinlicr.sons or lovers tr> stand by < the tax paying people of the UnitedSlates I ends. This bill of Gen. Cass reminds us their own'Constitution: and de'rna'rrd his sig feel and burned up?" Comment is .useIes/ S. The Editor of that sheet wis s'ehl oh from

This speech was light rn the by Gen. Cass!i. for his services! asUoveriior of a circumstance which occurred some nature to effectuate their wishes, lie lias'' The of Gen. Washington, a short iirne ago, to do the {
point.
tlectfoneering biographer t
such n one as always; (hoes the wor/just/,'."i ( and! Superintendent of Indian affairs years ago Alabama./ A friend of ours was agreed by his pledges to spurn their will, :I'I dirty work" for his pirty \in thai citjr. lithe
Cars Star -of the West As he
for the (see
.Vver.il :IhleVhi::!! addressed! Territory of Michigan, at a fixivhat and flaunt in their faces the Baltimoremistake J I ) says : tVentute l
( th p .. eternally anxious to retain a small office : influence of such a is worth an? I
and all ended in the mo i uapp,) IhMW, 'UlI wl-.eftlI fui"t9 n' ; .w- b"1'a (.. f"J).. Cass turned to. 170 to the river (from .
to (the office the Federalism of -----"t'7 J''''''' .G..u. I flt3... ',:. .- .1"t, g OG ', ,
our cause. Very many of the most talented will they lie as PU'sident. was very small, WI: expressed yore-he was b I 'fiG UU .oOJ IFt -

and efficient Democrats in this region:! are same rate they will amount to upward of l some surprise about his extreme educated to resist it, not only in name but| and taking deliberate aim at him, pulled the ceived in the American pebble.l We do act

opposing:!: Cass with J.H their migh and S60.000 per annum, which he would have urgency io retain it. Au h," said he. there i principle, and disguise it as you. will- trigger, but, .providentially the gun missed think any American citizen-Whig or Dna;
there realty is a piospeet of old Zach's Ci r- just j as good H right to claim as CXffiClO.! ,fire." ocrat-will think the Keller
rying this heretofore: Jibralter of Democra- commander-in-chicf: of t the --irmy and navy i is where you are mistaken-the legal salary call it by what name you please, when its anything of aoj}

C). YoUl's, 7"' .'CK. of the United States. Where is the difference i is 1: nothing hardly, but I tell you it is a valuable fruits begin to mature they are readily detected I- The Portarit ftalrery Slographer relates administration which employs sb tile a crea-
the same incident as follows After lure as the Editor of the True SBh. Den
? office notwithstanding-there is lots of by the eye of one who has tasted of ? much

Kxtract from the Speech of :Ir. Stewart In connexion Will) this there was the fact little psrJdnses (perquisites) to be picked up their bilterners ; and if this doctrine 'tff rendering : fruitless endea'vor to coHTcilrare, he 'returned! Taylor-the old soldier-the herb tif three

OJ Pcmifiilcaria.? <>n topics im'dreJ i-i lie! and that ceilifted soma of when these lie accounts wrs himself were made out i that you don't "know about." We think the will of a ptrty-a faction-paramount towards Iris canoe, when young Indian wars-who is described by the Democrat!

Presic'ci'iel/ Contest. of War; but. not liking to pass his Secretary own 'accounts General' Cass's bill is a pretty good illustration to the will of the people, is not the snapped Id; rifle at his' ba'c'k.Vt"et1re'J'' iT ie' :I Gen. Twiggs Gen. Smith and Col. Bh:;;

r.cUNOMT or cr.SKr.Ai.: fS. I he left them to !his successor with of ocr friend's high valuation of the old Federal doctrine, our senses must have piece 'was loaded atfd trussed fire tfr 'tlreac'tteal ?is distinguished mainly for his integrity X

And! there was another, thing to which Tie.i t the. endorsement that they were authorized "little perkinscs." 'fhe fact is the Michigan changed wonderfully with the progress of I an empty but significant token'df -enmity : fact Gen. Twiggs and Smith say that dil-

wished to call ih. special attention of gen and correct.And Gen.. 'Cacs General is a very w/ra-ordinary man, years. To show this more clearly' let us is not knoun.'; honesty shuns his presence "-to have and
.
tlemen.? Gt'IIP.rHI Cass was sid; ] to !I.p. a. friend yet was a erCal'E'conomrsl.He but the refer to a debate in the Such are ihe falsehoods trcc'ordm= o'' 4 man denominated as a schemer under.
Continental 2
l !subscribed' to the Baltimore max'rin, txlrcs are confined to his bills againstthe Congress
; 4o economy. lie \\ 'IS a vsry great economist. their own wftuelsstfs, Vith which the faking to cheat his into place," and Ihi
of the that t the (people's money must be careful-/ Government.The (we extract from a speech oTMr.'Clay-! Democracy way ;

lIe taUcs
especial! rare (people's 5y guarded for the people's benefit." eift'lmVor 'to deceive the charge to be brought by a pensioner of
lon's
moneJ'-,5p'r'i !ly wlien he gets it in -- ---- ,) in regard to the i'cto powerivbtch people as to jjvernnTCnt

his own pocket. [Liuu'liter.] He lixd f-ome I But he [Mr. S.] thought the* General had Star of the West" makes an admirable Mr. Cass and his party carry to the greatestlatitude. the feal services and importance of Lewis.Casso -* grovelling dependant upon palronage -
in this rather!
exceeded
; proofs on this subject) to which he would moderation;case, whatever the opinions, the bounds of others of blunder when it charges General I In Madison's State Papers,
refer the committee and he caned upongentlemen might be. But this was not fill that Gen. Brown with voting for the "Chain Gang 151, Mr. Gerry's proposition befog before dark, and what man of common sense does I h humanir) \'t may (ocrease the surprise?

which he to should examine produce.) the official Gel documents). Crfss!,' I it CilSS had: received. Besides the above, received Bill," in our Leeifnre! of 1845. The the committee hot know that all men meat: have a dark as our Florida Ystbtn ra barn that this char;!

was known, was once Governor; of Michigan;; : as Governor of Michigan and ex- Editor must cet ; .,. i i.vc a very short '* Mrs Hamilton '(a Feflera'list) moved't113t well as a bright picture of life. If the Democrats of the Editor toasred tir 'f'rri6cllt.fHm. :

and ex-ofiicin .Superintendent ot Indian Affairs f1Jir.iO about.Superintendent five of Indian Affairs, he memory, if he forgets thnl, that bill wis introduced the fast part be struck out, so as to give the thus wilfully misrepresent' the good TI.: Witter-who 'ceriities h''bat he

appointed under i special' I.i", with a i W4 S6.COO per annum years, being Secretary a total of ofWar 30.000., at for the benefit of the Cities of Key Executivean absolute negative on all laws." and conceal the bad acts of bewis Cass, it heard Cot Winthrbp. say that Uen. Taylor'

fixed salary' (iJovernor of 821)00: and per was anDUHe ex-of/icio! (/ Superintendent wasappoiuted I lie was subsequently! some six years minister West and Apalachicola, by their respective necessity" 1\lr. Gerry for so(a Dl'morarsaill a 'control) he the saw Le-no .' i is but sheer justice to the people that the had informed him thai fc lie had uot aUlborizrdthe

of ludianr04ir, just as i the i to S/ Cloud, at 9.000 per annum, being Representatives. The member from Key ghrianrre, as the great best rne'n in over the Whigs should undertake$.s4iow the many Louisiana Delegation! to pledge! bim.1" I

President of the United Slates is! Presidentand I 554)000, :) with an outfit of 89,000 and an West introduced the bill ; and SAMUKI. W would be comprised in the Iwo branches.country" i imperfections, and contradictions of character ike. Our quondam Florfdiahs) who haft

ex-ollicio Commander-in-chief, of the I intit S97.rOO.!) 54,500 The ; amount making of a total extra of charges some SPENCER, a notable DEJrocfc.vtfrom Apa- "Doct. Franklin (a Democrat) Bald he .was under which the Democratic nominee ot into Government empT ), scthi to *.

army and nu'y: ; .ml he would ask gentlemen j dur g his travels Europe and in the l lachicol.i, supported it with all his might sorry io differ from his colleague. He had l labors. i making themselves quite useful as certificate
Holy *
had the inure rijht to .
one any ; extra
some experience t>f this check in the Executive I
.
paythtn! the other i But (jcvernor Cass 11.1" <1 he had not yet ascertained ; he presurird It was a local measure altogether, and Gen. on the Legislature, under Irt ke"s.Ve notice another in Washinf .

not only drew his salary; while he held that I they weie con. idera"le. Add to Brown thought that; Samuel W. Spencer etory Government of Pennsylvania.trrepropri-' The General Washington, when nominated I by this on has gotten his name in the papers: it i
.office between and ei )litfeo ifse su".s. his per dil'01 and mileage' as l'rlends for the Presidency, "that
seventeen replied
years!' frnaiorfrnfn, and the member from Key West ought to negative of the Governor was always usedto I bat line of business. !
but Ue charged: extra <'ompensuion while .Michigan his pay as an officer be doiifeted his qualifications for civil office I
1 know extort law could : ,
what laws their money-no good 'be
6 the late constituents needed.
ring
with
war heat Britain
drawing his salary: of $2000 pr :annum i would and Gen. Brown did'ot passed without a bargain with the 'Execu- having pent most of his )life in camps." The following extract from a letter or
amounting (o the enormous sum of SC0.412 present an aggregate!! of between know how many'poorpeople tive the
over and:! above his salary. lie would' readto tvo and three hundred thousand: dollars of there were in Apalachicola overwhom nobody- first knows Executive who will be a good man Gen. Taylor says he has spent near Independent," in the North America

the committee some of. the items to show he people's) moneys Enough he Ihought, this law would have been enforced Executive will always will be increasing come after.here The forty years of his life at military posts on and Gazette," whicb was written before tn 1

what the character of lln-se har e$ was, I b satisfy a reasonable mnn ; but it seemed but the Democratic ; elsewhere, till it ends in as the frontiers, and doubts his qualificationsfor Oregon Bill came into the House of Representatives -
*vhich) he had derived! from o/Tiial and I n-t, he wants one hundred thousand member from Franklin .. Monarchy.
authemVo more. Mr. Wilson Federalist civil "office, but if elected will will show of the caosi
( ) thought the serve the some
sources, and{ w'jicli coull' not, and' O'hc privale conduct and character of County knew the character of the popuJa-
he presumed, wo old not be controverted on (>ei. Cass he would say nothing, but his iou in Apalachicola' and he said by his vote Executive" Mr. Sherman ought to be able to defend itself." country to the best of his ability." which operated in the rejection of that bill

tb'u floor. y/nVnl: conduct was a fair and legitimate that we needed such a law and (the Democratic Shoemaker Gen. Cass expresses no doubts of his: by the House :
,
Kxira charges by (Ooverr Cass, as i Governor infect of discussion, and he would not ofcourseGen. ) was against enabling any one 'man ability and agrees to serve his The friends of the Administration lad
Brown could 10 slop the will of the whole. No country according -
and ,ttn4het1. of shrink from the Dot object to letting us one man
.Sjperi Indian AfTtus' I discharge of his duty, beconsequences the t the particular of General 1 Cat,
could be found far to dictates of bis partizans
have so above all the party.
aod > his t\e\ it.The rest in
over allf.vt! rf'Cll.lr ;II4ry, as what they. It was to ihn I W
per are and
laboring
fo''I/1f",1 Xo. 3'2t lS3 ,/sessfon, 2._)tJI etia charges; he wished to rail the especial wisdom wisdom-we might avail ourselves of his The fact is, Gen. Cass has not spent I his I carry the bill.earnestly They seem to incessantly regard it J II

Con\re><, pngf 2. attention/ of his friends, and he would be Floridian ought to write another life in revising laws, but not permit him life in camps. He went into'a 'Governmentoflic'e .the only hope of their t the
to overrule) rallying party
From Vctobcr 9. Idl3. to :M 29. 1822. ((9yearsV &gfadif they could furnish some satisfactory of Cass-we have four now but neither the opinions of the or Legislature.veto the decided and 'cool! in 1813, and has not been exposed North 3nd South. by abating the agitItloliand

10 r-Utuus: per, rJ", (OQ() cenfsProm explanation/ : of these extraordinary charges, March much therefore with the energy '
or June edition for North or South This ever since. He has danced attendance they cling to it.
each. whole
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) G.610; : which he 'feared they could not and would subject demands) the exercse: of and cootnUit

O \her 9, 1813), to .r t. 31. I not give. has this whipping exploit. We think the of a cool and deliberate, judgment by the too, on Royalty, in the Courts of struggle despair of him who with has_ staked the all ontlluru .

1831. SlWO: per annum extl;ala| He hoped the friends of Gen. Cass would imagination of the Floridian Editor might people. The price of liberty is eternal Euro le- has amassed a fortune of hail: r a of a die. They have endeavored I r,

.r), \ 2G, 1Csx I examine thesi- mailers and be able to give concoct something saleable. Zadock \V vigilance." The people are the sentinels million in Government employments and Is give it a political aspect. which is in etc?

some explanation of them. The people of McKnew. Esq. certifies (hat they have made and in their watchfulness every way qualified to enact the haut ton in way to be deprecated, and which its paIrP.
this abide
$33.325 country would it to be cleared must our & -
:\1\) to be allo' *'.r. hv1 r. C. how expect several efforts to get up someling saleable trust the White House. Talk bf old 2achamong otic author from first to last entirely
up! some or other, he
".,oun though believed/ regarded both in the public dUcUsstoo ab&t
after !ki was! flit ot office. that ,without effect. the did the furniture
years it would be found that there were no By way, not Zadock gorgeous of the Pre s i- in consultation with his private friend-
112 sessltpagf
Documem 15. No.partly enhraced same in th voucher to ,main these extra charges-not certify rather more than was wanted 'I-that Joshua R. Giddings, in a speech recently dent's mansion-faugh !-stick a bear in a opportunities enable me to speak with 1w 1

subsequent! ac(outs55.lays the oath of a single witness establish their acknowledgement of unsaleableness is rather made at an abolition meeting in Massachuetist I china shop. The fact is, we must give knowledge/ on this point, as well as to S37,

: per dip". it S5 per diem 7aulra justice if not altogether, but they were on the left to depend mainly a severe inuendo on the pretensions of the said he knew Mr. Fillmore to be i up, we can't make a polished courtier out oftat itr that Mr. Clayton' has been moved in all th'
of Gen.
;m\\"clfing;//oncludug e/pens 40 treaties cents per at "' Cass himself on his own statements ipse dixit. But Michigan General. favorable in Southern slavery," and called old Rough and Ready. Gen. Taylor.does at proceeding rest a dangerous by no other ekcitement purpose and than t toff\Io pat

his hour was fast and he upon abolitionists to defeat his surrender in that line of business. r
et.\il/e./ 1814 S. Mary's 1618. I.htrry wasting away must We have conversed with a gentleman election, if serve the Union at eVery hazard. If''
on.5f just
CIlrAP and Sau. de .Mane. and \ possible. fails. it will not be for want itf effort or la
J m .,' from Mexico, and who has mixed much We see it remarked ib the papers ii : .rouiht
\V\drrI; teinen., with;I the I The Floridian says Mr. Fillmore is a or anxiety, to succeed. He has
''eo I,, i:.. ,to... 1817 to6,3d (JG .-Nine' bars of Gold the product with the volunteers now returning from the friend and associate of J. R. political Mr. Riggs of the firm of Corcoran & Riggs, nobly, and the friends who have felt to"

P\r dur.tllI"r. N... Cou | '"' from mines in Buckinghamshare theatre of and be Giddingiand brokers of strained to differ' from, him are those motl
C$3j01. ?. \ ,,.,, s. ( ... I war, says that in his npin is an abolitionist. Washington City, has retired
.lit.
u't'
"0'J :Q :: oyirS''a. are attracting no small willing to render bim the voluntary ItbUhl\
r, ,, ion| than nine-tenths with a fortune of ;
(IJeirntra compen3j4"" more of them are enthusiastic one and a half millions of
Itrei That won't
Sf) and after that the1601'10 in 'that Slate. It is saidliSn story do with sensible men, Mr. of their respect for ihu high and honorabmotives
Js f1rP.piho'Y; before \eld : ; io their of Gen. dollars. We therefore infer that the
.r't's support Taylor. may caDdock.
: t),47 0 0 j'V'': Whlle lheiung Floridian -fry again. which have actuated his
Per diA.. 52 dol,.. ...ueage. &,,, ($3 \ '....... ir' ialout: 35 firm has. made, by shaving, three millions ina and for the manner ib which be has oortbimaelf '

per 4y inj 45 cents per mile t Col. Dialogue. The Floridian says Cass was foremost in few years. We never beard of much money throughout the struggle.

.:be aiy or Chicago, j in 182J 59(>! General D0 Tav'lor; ."V takeo the tuulP hr JOHK.Pol. -Did Cass actually break his sword whipping the British in the' last war. being' made Washington City by If discussion is permitted in she HB "
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urrendered7 several for certain J1tlemen
>
n c changes occur,
.I tf History he may
tulky. ,4M.-1$ ; lb... *. says was foremost to surrender brokerage before the establishment o ir he teoaclous of b*
.If 61 !: are exceedingly: :
anything t. without giving even one blow for liberty. Sub Treasury. Who did ? found to company: with; Mr. (Giddtng 1.i



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record. Mr. WeitcottM5 us, and the lessons of J
the I I -
experience .
00 crowding .
TUCK to the free and '_ ,
admitted in open Senate, for spontaneous voice with the voice of a majority of the A Card.
i upon us, any party pledge themselves -The undersigned tenders his ;
of the :
'a I l Bblt Kfih they did Dot approve of pro- I to pursue the same measures of for American people. The liberties of people. This is the old Jeffersonian Republican thanks! to .'.,. rrrTub-rs of the Fire COlI1j>anr.", JIUSI.C : :n USI C : U 1181Ckc
policy the i
'W in-
features, in the Bill it to simplicity
111ceat Hale years come. Is it
Mr. not little
was
rote (or it because a pre- willing to become the tool of their prompt assistance in his
removirs
aced to ThIS. indicates ant sumptuous for a any party, or purity-such as fie'n. Taylor must have imbibed property :
UertJ to ;ts passage. party who now believethey to engage to "swear in the words of in'y the when in danger destruction? at the recent fir?.
in
among t be Lucofocos have discovered good old school a'd.it perhaps: ,
sentiment 1
errors in the policy ofa master," for the JOHN B. JONES.
If f ffida and Mississippi i when a Senator Washington, '& Jefferson next four years. If ibscircumstances fs 6s well, he has not mixed nuch in politics August 12,1343.Most .

he believes to be right, I arid a Jackson of the should ----. -. subscriber respectfully! infortr. tb-cili-,
demand
what country but has .
lately .
d. of hTs zcn
---
spent most time in the -
dal'bpOt to Apalachicola
abolition candidate for arrogate.to Themselves! ) present and future hit he intends to Ttoai..
betll i be and the 7 a change of policy he wishes to be woods, 'because his pure Republicanism Extraordinary Work I mence gIVing Music Lessons, (for the 'Urbt
infallibility Are
'
th'J'/.idency haPpen to think alike. I I we bound to believe that free 16 follow the dictates of his THE I months,) commencing: on Monday 3d
July.
', own judgment migh't l have become: adulterated .
the President irne of
from perfection is 'at ''bst found by Those desirpos
of
The ?tent message in t'h' 'measures and not be .taking lessor on the foil*.
.ccuietbe time. of the Houe up 'to the of policy laid down 'by itie' Baltimore bound by the shackles 01partyto the strange mixtures now current.Is I JARRIEDVOIA'S | ing instiumenu. Spanish Guitar Flute, Vhin. I

hnr'ef aJj" rnment. Mr. Lincoln, of IIliuow and Convention pursue a Measure of policy which it not' an absurd sort of Democracy PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.BY ; (1 enor or Alt ..Violin) and Violincello. wooHto
that well!
humorous Lewis Cass lathe his ) to apply tIOOn. as therein hare th
nude >o excellent and neplus own experience) may.convince him !is in which 'jeafs: the will of DR. A. M. MACRICEAtT, I I lege selectirx ptiH. .
a majority of the the h.urtV
ultra of
human I icf\ wit th Jconvenience. J/
;
variofl! exfra allow. perfectabiliiy ? I trust the If ... may
itfie-hfthe expedient. PROFESSOR OF or .u.n. .
'
DISEASE Mns'c
speech, General Taylor is elected; he people( ? 1 close as I began, Oh Democracy furnished if requrVed,a(fit
Oft. Cass. and the progressive eixtn/ tdiiioa ISmo 2oO.; 1
consumption have Price
Democracy riot pp. $1. periermextra, for
'ucflmadeto so soon is determined it shall tny of the allffe
be what II jrafrumoU.
the
as servant nf alls 'rttiriea enacted
andV sh. atmnge are in I
TWENTY-FIV5 N.
rationsh Michigan THOUSAND R.
nfheafj reached the ultima thulf of their discoveries. the 'w'I1le COPIES SOLD Punctual attendance is requisite M fiq
the lime American people, and "not as! the thy athe. TOft. IN THREE reduction
it oat and same as appears Ought 'not 'CO.GtT MONTHS will be rr.ade for non-attendance, ex
J ton experience have
( INDEPENDENT. ; to taught the slave of any party and that be shall alwaysbe Years: of suffering:;, of physical and mental cnguish : cept" t thrr.ngh protracted aicknts.i. ,.
jbisaccOU' t modern Democracy how unwise it is to predicate free to adopt tour lays) from Key West" For sale, ettm quality of tip'd Flute and N.:
to affectionate
he
? any'measure which may INSURftECrtdx many an wie.: a1d! pecuniary 4.5 and
CUBA flGuitartrjn.:
AT .
the Editor! ( the "Star party organization .
We think that upon measures rather conceive will be for the interest of the country t difficulties! to 'the husband might have been i TERM,.--10 for eight week
\ We learn !: ef two Ieu
paptain E. r ot
than by Thomas Miner,
or j. (jjeVest" makes a little mistake, when ; principles ? !n 1&44 we were assured or abandon any measure which he may of theschooner, Gov. Bennetj. that .a smack spared by a timely po-st-ssion of this work.It each wrek ; the ('OUflle ro close 2Sth Acpjsf.

he, lays that we desired him to draw: a parallel I by the Baltimore 'Democratic Convention deem injurious in i'ts op'eratio'n, wTt'houtre.quiring arrived at Key \West the day on which he is intended especially for the married, or Application at L.ny office. C.in nalz UNDERWOODApahchicoh Il.. Biildic.T. .

betwfen the political chIracter of Mr. '' that our title' 'to Oregon, up to 54' the assent ofeitWcrthie Baltimore or left this port' and reported that, an insurrection those contemplating marriage as it disclose( important June 17, 1549. 2t-tf/

fillmore and Gen. Cass. Tbe Whigs have 40, was'clear and indisputable," and yet Mr. Philadelphia Conventions. 'CociTATo' was to hitvtaken phce at Havana secrets! which should be known to them A large: I'l tf Irstruction Bocks for lb. above

Mr. Fillmore in Apposition rojeD Polk was glad' to get 49. Now we know this | on the 20th of this month. But!"fortunately particularly. instrutne' frr sale. .

Cot put up about 54 40 ).he Governor became: apprised of it. and Truly, knowledge is It is health: ILet." -
/ CaSe and no ;ood would result to the : cry gave Mr. Polk a large For the Commercial Advertiser. took arr't'it. power. To .
p'recauiio'nary to The
steps insurreciionlsis -
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!
THE
compitrison of the \Wo rrien. vote in the Western States and "he :Madame Roland is said have happiness affluence. II'use1teJy I known as the" DPossession wOro
(raIn a : yet to exclaimed on perceiving lhat the conspiracy ."
coootrj The revelations contained in its have ';;;f ;) given m.rrdittilj.WM. .
,The Editor: must be bewildered bj .. the backed nut," and fell back upon the safe when she beheld the constant stream of was detected broke into. the stores pages .1Lnquire r of .. HONE.43Vaterit.. '

and confusion" of General 7 'ylor'8 j Whig line of 49. What guarantee have blood flowing from the guillotine, in the and forcibly possessed themselves of ammunition proved a blessinsj to thoimnd, as the innumerable 1\IIY 11. : .

oise dec.: Whereupon the Governor letters received by the author will attest. I .
. the Old Hero marches iyou that Mr. Cass will not find it days oT the French Revolution called
as expedient
\ "Oh Liberty -
guard ,
raoee out the regular lro pg', and i! tile i insurrection l Hre,al .o, every female-the wife, the mother, I Prospectus"" .

. mphaDily! onward to the White ,House. \ to cbang'c s 'ife of the measures of policy he what crimes are perpetrated in thy was suppressed after the slaughter! of live the oqe' either bu-ldirtc into womanhood: rr the II i The Democratic Parry u Kranklia County
'
! \; metms to be so enraptured at the popuVofGmeralTajlor now adopts wiYhin the next four years ? name." This historic reminiscence was hundred of..the insiirreciionisis-tlie remainder one in the! decline: of years in whom nature con I i after prop' se the to first f ibis! in the city cf Apilacniroli
cf
day ; August
. I that he forgets that II Certainly his course within the last two brought forcibly to my mind, the other day, were driven to the mountains._ temphfes an important change-ca-i dicovcrtlirca'ie ; ''d-inn i tNc Presidential canvass next, that a newapiper will adfo-,

4 is opposed] to such a noble chieftain ; years argues anything but a fixedness of in reading some comments, in the first num. Free Soil-Movement'-- .in--'\ rg1. nla". ,svm:Itlm",and thenostetTci2-t; 'rt'rH'r.-: ? care for the Presidency: and Vice, Presidency! thenmilJf'f'9
'
J a r the time the Editor believes that ,.' opinion in regard to many important measures ber of the Star" upon General Tajrl r' George Rye. of Woodstock' published a and most certain mode of cure, in every (',.L'l- a* the nominees! cf the it Baltimore the Derr.orratir5tateCciriVentioi Convention,. us well- _

s f re is the man whom (;erI. Cass wishes | of polic}'. We advocated warmly the reply to the Editor of the .' Cincinnati Sig- notice in lie last'Tenth Legion,' proposing plaint to which her sex is 5uhj rt. and thaI will iri all dUcos-Jions be strictly anadvccateof ..

I 10\ in u.. ,,ror- Ihe] Prf'sidenrVe.. Wilmot Proviso-he now thinks, it inexpedient nal." In reading the editorial of the Star, the 1 holding; of a meeting Woodstock., on On the receipt ot One Dollar\ the U :Married '! the principles Demt
dJ obj-ct to the I to that the 19th day of August for the of Woman's: Pri".3tefeiical: Com:)ani< n" will he The Democracy ot thi- County arid of West
purpose
\- en'.U:1S'o'in: ( For : press! subject. But a few I could not help Fl
exclaiming, "Oh Democracy .rid-i generalL: %. Lave labored under {he inconvenience ;: -
., fiTLOR ALONE, and ";.'; out Fill-\\\ I months ago he voted against Mr. Polk's wlnt absurdities are enacted in thy forming\ri rinii.a Free Soil Electoral l Ticliet for Irt; (inailfdfree) to any pirt of. the UnittcJStatc3. r.f. beirls without a public print in ill!

.). Cas. Rutlernnd Van Bm .n. There \\Tcto of the Hiver and Harbor bill he name." : All! letter? must be 2dfreed!: p-t-pnid: !, I the, Ir> \ ra.f eecti'nJf! the. State ; and but?
-now, Nothing is plainer than the
{ '* fact that, ihf tr) Dr. A. :\Minrireau: R'x 1121, New Yr!; had the mIt. I fit';titn { knowing I hat when, t

ret ;|ibioiute necessity! of electing a Vice I cor.liilll.f' agrees with a Resolutib'n ccc.sur..a The following: is that part of the Signal unfortunate agitation of the Slavery question Citv. Publishing Office, 12:) Libcrtv.si reet New falsehood l"d her cctated: they have ha4 no _

jdert.. The Senate can attend to that | |his, own role in ,that| instanCe. But a editorial which General in the Senate. has deeply excited: .the medium tiron-h: t, 'ich thtv might look for ftc S

re . to of the Star considers bid ,'l contested both 'Idu. and
lion. wherever they reside. The defeat of lairto;: be wf on s
!
brOlher fieinocral We in
th I are I.V CHANCERY.Fr.iuklin .
glade
admire ihe Government of Louis Phil. so alarming : All hat we ask of the highest the Senate bill was .the only thing lo cbrcl tat! fair ard ce'iral discussion! will be acceptable
1r. e; filing i info ih'e lines to do honor has Circuit Court.AT to the i coi ie, u e thrift ungenerouspub-
'ely made a speech laudatory officer, under the Constitution is the race oft the wildest fanatici-.-Augusta
to hold
of the lie, and particularly the Democracy of thjs StMe
move : ,
,
00 : CNDIDATE OF TUE Co.NsflTCTION.firSanday !! 1/ Citron and CHAMBERS December Term 1549.Cartxi .
Sent.
'nt which I destroyed t that his hand to bow to the 'WIST" their
,
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ed ------- Tj7fle. All these ? r!- will of the people, as : Allars, ) THE STAR or THE : asking generous .

''1RE. I 'nges are exhibited I I| nol promulgated' In legislative forms v. > Bal for Divcrce. *!:pf<.ff. .
his { so much to arraign G... ,.. and restrain The New York Journal of Commerce Simnnah Allars.IT TIlE STAR rr THE ,\ EST" nillbeundejthe :
ir. rnII; about 9 o'chck. the '. Ii.inconsig. the )
I
; .ass executive
et tency. as to prove how, ern action in its appropriate contains the following extract of a letter appearing to the Court, by affidavit filed in Ediforicil charge! :: of a ccrrniltee. to b ap-
11\ of fire was gives, when flames were Dtm of Franklin ,
i rrassng h |9 10 'lian ne1. pointed by the cracy County
from house the a!>ove cause, that S'tsanruh Allar the Icfer.dart
im- adopt measures alone and a Manchester: England, received < -
ties.1:! and will!! give sjnt.psis rf the last General Asenbly -
n bstfirg: from the "ro'uf of 'the them Now reside. of a
City what is there in General therein, out the State but within I
I principles, in Taylor'sresponse by the steamer of 'this State, and t of the acts cf
ing party or ;1niza\iolJ.\ Europe : a review
the Ut'ited: St jK f to wit, in the State rf NewYork ,
'fl.! Tbe citize: s were soon on the rjlat I <
spotlule to the above rr.-'st ltwillbe iiauedyt
I cotitrnJ for paragraph which cane "This steam'er its t !nromine'.t men.bers. .
is will
the this that what undoubtedly : It i is ordered that notire be pnblith-d in
.. carry
and 1 the may see the cf C.nts for a *:
,
eosmes: by greatest exer. ) offensive price Seventj-five ngie
a to true Democracy ? out the most the Commercidl Advertiser a printed :
| coo.] 'measure of IVJrig satisfactory accounts thai have ( new-paper
policy to rov tJiree cnpif for Two Dollar ; seven, co- _ _
[ *eTe ale! to save. the build. carry out a sdfe in .aid district week for the tr.ur :
> nJjoiniuc: I principle! to-day, Democracy is, that; the will of the majority gone for n lonE time. The most extraordinary ) once a !s'aceot pi'; f. r Four DHI-ir! ; ten ecpiestrFiveDoiIars ;
cr. Tin libel thr may, from a change of and sudden reaction tnonth, requiring; said: defendant t;, dppenr and .
WIS a high has taken !
e the
story .' constitutionally place; 2noi any. narnber rvcr fh.ibr.v*- at sar&e! r f'lcr
ihr I p 'liir.cs, circumstances, or the expressed, should control. here answer the bill ot complaint! filed in said ca-i-e,
androvct bDi'Jin' with the kitchen joining/ the I teachings of a" 'legislation. and Tuesday's market there was more ::: rer 'JfJ" rereiitb's Prnspertas .willubicnbers ..
Gen. at before the of said .
Taylor does not or expiration! period I'rhf.r. .. : and tor u sna
; receipt
experience, be a bad measure of poVnj -- say a j business done than for a long /period. Printing 'please rrocl1" .
houses. By great promptiios in e"ir-I: wiq' the raitlers and things therein charged will i same adrced: to
i any effect like nritiitP'J regarding' tie Ordinance: of .' cloths and shirtings advanced 1 I return Ih.: '
144. ,
\Tb \\a! and destroying; this! connection, a object one year hence. Be- 87 ; id be taken f.>r confe .ed :atrainst h >r. R. J- FLOYD & Cn. _

\ rati.se :MY. Jefferson supported a protective regard lo it, by ")j'JJ00' Ie inferred, in 3d. per piece and yarns .id. per lb. Cot GEORGE S. HAWKINS. Jud.s* i. j,1r.c.T;:;:_. AtMhhi: ; Fa% ; t
r askeptin the'! ( in which has also
building itaifd
p ton advanced, and foreign wocl l of the Western.Circuit of r
act"from and ,,'htd.3 entirely consult TWirT in 1609, will the Lfjcofoco party of reply concludes only that he wilFlJ..flisviii from lOd. to Hi or 12d., and I4d. to 16 or A tr;;o rJpj'Test : I i Notice.APT. .- .. .

:,,1'\. I: was the thi$ day say he was in favor 'of monopolies ? of the majority of the people when constitutionally 20'jivTbi. \\s a rise in two or three days of full A:7.\' t .1 opbchscola. C BE.NJ.: HOWARD is iny .au>\nori ('d
occupied at time by I two for Z'_, = _ Azent during::!; mv ab".nce from The State.
July
Because Mr. Madison In 181G admitted. the expressed. Would the Editor to go on ; our wesum./1 d.:" ..-i;, |likelIw'se \ --- w .
ft fdmit I'!:. who saved all their JOHN w. BABC0.ApalacIietl
/ ftirniThe The is '1Ulice.
that
t. general: feeling we
:
i the nerertitV 'o( the National of ; /rLrper; '1r:3 h'lVln".. June
.. Bank, will the have him follow the will a 1llznortty.\ ,-1' s, 1. 19JS.
da\ was excessively "..tll1. and shall; have a large an.d profitable home trade. JM of SteenZ., 11r.a aalnt tile estate

,-. irhanj f ol the cititen* were over- ""'e iiy iheir: /I Af.ro/bro!/ pally' << t "charge him with the intention can infer nothing else, from the scope anil! Money is too abundant, and Banks are re to present Joshua same '..vithli.(:.tCeared., ',i are required' Notice.flIOL. .

[unions. JlU! 'turned) out\ .nd (lent I ttf l sobmistin: :! the Government to. the money tendency of bis arzument. But w :a.... nn' f'?9"'r" Art. l*""U.t.. .-M.O/. n." '"':......t C'nnfnfa hvla'-v-nrplsef l tbi'\ yvi! atcrlTpRENCHErS L.LP ;??, f'rl'!'crlbed !, WM. H. HUGHES is my Agent during
'
Jo- ... a i iin" ,,nSf-U 10 tllC CA.C.O.U Uititi -' or specie coming;, from IHt '""' ......clt'e-Irom the
\y \ ..1.... "Ur. .. ClI I I-he of modern Democracy ,10 see :any more yiiside. I u.I State. 0.1 ".
z invasion, drvolopement Double! Di tillfed Bay Water for u"a 0' .
rrJyabs _
em ,tie 1, spirit of foreign and think it quite likely that sonwill (: HjXu\
Jo not d-trentbe *'ol*elwe're ac'hViy 11 11)3ncJ tepresed than the older heads of ,heparty we 1'sale "-CJrS-f .! sharetlif viii the progressive- DenCraCy ,OCofoco-sm.[ return before the year is out., ._ .II thetratk bv P-"I''h'I''.. n f.Srare' :-.
Dem; 1. and the tt'c Voes M their i\mont;: our people" das' In his simplicity and candor, turns out as prosperous! .Tv 17' H. F. ABELL.WHlTir.MORE'S : I n ---_ J01I'" 'cnt orar
,1111t 'Gen. I of ihe country ----- .
of an) !iet activity been used. the : of r he present day S y features. It.is not imports \ '-.di1EN i .s'P
;Sr: : unveiled to us its true j I* expected we shall require. .large Concentrated Vegetable : my authiore"p-t,
: be- ;|9 .
* eyes \ .nutJ hn'e! ef"l &royed.I1otetiM <<: Washington .A deflClen Th patrTdtism of the pseud. Democracy of( (if breadstuff! *, and provisions from ( ,na effectual remedy for -w; my a 3C'h from thett.,. .'Ca.,&:'Jt.f ..
I "' could "swallowcau the doctrine I Dhrrhcpa and Bowel complaint, for ale by :\. n S
wanted
Uen. insured for t"' 6 thousand e hI''! 't'td no Hlln.We' :! Certainly. the present day.I" '.to yield to the will of the your Indian corn must be largely. July 15: H. F. ABELT.Oil Apalachicola: : June. 1C. s-e. .

: three -o.n.Ttl: (!; Wd ,|hl| Mexico" and sufier 'n o harYii ._ .. .. ..in.- .1'.ft.n.' .... ill** .art. noon_, .r'Tid. TJU authorized
-- I to aesec.rat'e I'najority. :i no IIuIIII III"J - THE BIGGEST BEAR FIGHT EVER Cloths ana Carpets.I 1 Br.N"E2nT: : i h rr/ duly Agent.

derail\ no tne) would have the Tiardihood :acte'd up6n for several years back, is, !"-The Portland (Maine) EmpireS fiT PCS Oil Cloth, land 2 > ,:js wde; ..J. durinsr my absence from the State. .
Advertiser.titft iiave IID SEE .
B[ rags; FI!! Ae Commercial' I( in such a way, the sacred memoriesof the will of their for the following. Pass himvithialt 1O 3 pcs super Ingrain Carpetir.. .. R. C. KERR. S
by I lespnnsible
H! | error pievaili among ou'r fieo-\ of the Repub ic. All they to: be governed only 2 Stair June 12, IS IS. _22.3t '
i11--t Vlie Fathers is pledged r to honors :
noiii'intc "
Tufted Ruz?,
matters Their pres'ent it)
of political
,, Mhtcwcussioti: for differing from such J party. New York Tammany! Hall general i CO.
iat dis can SlY Vn ap'olog'y of the Baltimore The For ale by WM. G. PORTER Snuff.
Resolutions
re r end 1 at of mi5i Wn'2 Yrteasurt-s for !j.nnciXwurr names, is that llie\ 'circum'stanc'eso sustain i\1I111e in committee, have hnldeo a spfci.il meeting, Del o-1 -tl \Tatnr:_ treet.: : SCOT K.Snuff in bladder, for sale by '

: are t'IIP iVtctates. of pnliry..tuvntly illustrious! a Convention', tie has made no reserve in'il: adopted sundry resolutions by a vote ol 15= H. F. ABELL.
changed.e"tuirl'ng O' '
under ( the country have {sill( th#. people. Suppose. which the divisions of the party n :;j es. .
affe'efe.1 bV the changes favor of the of 17 to 7. by
ndha t : chance in lntasur forbearance and ; : and ric-i a''! :, 'or sale by i Boot 3ilft Shoe Makin -
eaidcircmnsiances.! Principles are corresponding all for instance, that, during th'nut four years, i in'that State are deplored concessions"are SINGLE 17. J. C. ALLEN. | THE subscribe, have entered into partner-
for repudiating mutual __
and ,
'of goon I and all These are my grounds shculd the Presidentialchair union implored. (> in tr.e ?bjvc bu-inesn, and respectfully
lInd'r all\ circumstancts: at Mr. Cass occupy of the democratic -
"re-union
constructed entirely upon tendered for a Vermifuge* :Solicit a share of public All wcrlcdil'ne .
> pat patronage.
it For instance] we frequently hear: the parly ,platforms are'a clog to the and the American people) by arc immense ranks" &c. The argument distinctly 71NERS Canadian/ Vermifuge! for; nle: by by them will be neat and; duraheaud their

heekcprise .::3lie |/ariy; avow opposition lo an meast ".'eS of policy. They and majority, should repudiate any o'ftbe shadowed forth in prayerful apprehensionto '_r'V Feb 17 II F ABELL. chaiccs in confornity with the-lightness of the

c!If of free and enlightened enrjuiry we "barnburners" i is.that unless hunkers times. A. KLAIRMAN,
Convention, .
ol heir pine? I propre,: of the Baltimore the Uledicsues &: Ch lnicnls.I
!Sires B.mas\; one measures Drugs,
eie'ct'ed sub will win 3t P.C.KELLY.Bitters. .
to July
< chargicate e :advancement) and only are d6ubt but Mr. Cas's would do, as and, :burners unite the Taylor men 'I FRESH supply of Dru*g. Medicines and
tthik opposition is only a ainst a and have 061 a The condition of these forlorn A from bark Reform .
national !
: c>f instead of 'objects tbe' die- all the States Chemicals, now landing .
involved\ serve parry Polk has done before, follow if not fair subjects -
\ The
prinriple Mr. i is amusing
uiplt\icy.
. of political politicians and for sale by Bitters
that h e I obstructions in the path our BLAKE'S: celebrated Aromatic ;
'
""r.ich buIlt par'i'S contfnd. (B- iU- *if have tates of the Baltimore Convention, and veto of ridicule. And it reminds us of the Nov 11 J. C. ALLEN DR. *t received, and for sale by

Taylbotiz(>r .i-BanVin-s) is thj.'t"c'IriIY of the ;'rnaieS. In fact these party platforms In Ihe the will of the people. The whole proceedings condition of the back-woodsman in the anecdote Hardware. July 8 H F ABELL.Congress .

d 'Jill within a few years. about to encounter a bear Lock, assorted,
ori dl.a'c'cI ( the who was CHAINS, Spades --- -
rads the \ of "mn'si >n, ) of the Locofoco party, throughout ,
facility% tran TRACE knives ar.d 'Vater.
thegreat hi
It own Drawing: .
e him,i, History of Party in this country, with this in the forest and distrusting; lnand Cart Boxes
OR advocates Hank-ihekiotatei early have been in correspondence received fresh, and for sale by .
ho haito re party : a of Governmentwere land strength a little, made I Vie following very Irons ttttiS3Jkr. I JUST
principles
Water *
fundamental
50
: both : Presidential nominees are : S H F ABELL.
a Sub-Treasury 1 Their .
yet action. sensible :
Federalists prayer
tort I>It involved and the lines dividing the will of their party. here's a going! to ,be one of ihe. Bagging nnd Rope,
;*nsi g matures to -effect the same pledged to carry out 0 Lord Pain Killer.
? iticaibit: 'te dioect the principle. Mr. \ from Democrats or Republirans.were ) is in the minority. Thisis //Z.r..tesl.bear fights y6ii ever did see Oh sale by E. McCI'LLY, tA VIS'S Pain KllI r. lor sale by -
: same if that party forn.I' FOR oWsert. PERRY
even
r ; .._ t'I. '_._ .,, defined and distinct. The Federalur0 this doc Lord help me, but if you t-an't help me. 11 t S H F ABELL.
o-A .h....... .r. .r __ .. .
IIn __. ..
i.i democracy
locofoco
II.IUUI '11 of1U..U.-: 1-1' '>/\ ..r ...aL-.... finn't hdo the hear -- u .I n. : --
in muit :. allY rrILuc
ol |I'U"
aper ietter :ilsDetnoralic party-both advoca.tfidyfbe I larry were in favor connumg than the Republicans rine: that Whig,: Democracy wars against. jw.Even? so- despairing-- -- x ; democrats' pry'-: :'" 1 B Pork-Do ries3 do Jttustard. .. .- .1 I

( t eVpediency of a Na i ior n the hands of: the Executive ask of Gen. Taylor as our nominee, their seldom rise !higher than Bread-Navy and Pilot, for sale In'Bailey's I SPLENDID: arucle of Ground Mustard, in
The Republicans All we only prayers devices. B ELLISO'l & Cc ."X tin boxes for sale by . .
3aks a'ilcasuTc: of policy. Bothnetted considered proper. the is to carry out the will of the people, (not of for help from human agencies and Dec- 30---- : -- --- April[ 1 27 H F ABELL.
contended hat the people were will is constitutionally And it sounds very much in this way- Tonic mixture. -___
,
for that
..meric aD 'sO a Tariff protecIwjjtet&ybcst and that no our party) when Van-and barnburners everywhere valuable compound fluid extract cl I Gold
safest, depository of all power wish the 'IO1arlin! ; is a Pen!. : '
,. 1 bl ; clcolited to secure And then we do not be of the greatest TIllS vegetable t febnfu; j
fore 1 should he) delegated expressed. here's agoing to one a and Ruhra a A FEW Wtvxiivaril St Brother's superior

fRepie re. 'nt... and |Is d to promote our com-I more of their inherent power Constitution applied as he understands it, fights you ever did see 0 Martin and for the cure of Fever and Ague. Sold by fl_ Gold Pen*,just received and fur sale by
the convenience -
caUlthat JU imteptfr-nce.I And I might also than was necessary for but as it is expounded by the constituted barnburners hclpu*- -but. i if you can't"helpusfor June 1-3 H. F. ABELL. October 21- J C. ALLEN

I,iII 'to Gorn1acksou, the head of the 'Government, and that power tribunal of the country-that is, the God's sake don't help Taylor Iflolass'cs. Claret Wine.. .
judicial Flori<
the
when delegated, revert again to West Indies ; .60 t-erces OOZ. Table Claret received
Wit\ ot ofuco party. of the presentUnittfilenrFtii should, 50'IIHDS C) superior t. peru
Court.
The Federalists Supreme For the Conmercial.Advefli5er.Geographical ( \ bv B. ELLlSOCO. 'i chr. Monterey: and tor sale by
short periods.
tion, J 10el : and most zealous people at What is the tendency ot the doctrine of Enigma. Dee 31. Cor Water and Chestnut-; May IS E McCULLY, 50'ta'ter s't.

ti,f II (T'for 'fotcZirin. So lhat-, advocated a restricted suffrage-property ? Lei us the --
ral CIland1 11. t Locofocoism as now practised composed of twenty-five letters? :; and Brosans'! by case; -
to Den01! of v'ott'rs-that (the President of the I am BOOTS-Shoes and Bmkins Bacon, Flour1, Sugar, Coffee an'd
party of the present day qualifications A 'Convention is called 12, 9, 24. 8. is a County in Florida. ;
My
II ele'cted for life, and all other offices examine. District in South and! Y OUUI'!< Broean: : : Salt, ,
iird II cpoDit. Nationalto should be members of is a Men's, Boys
! the 15,4,23,12,7,20,24,8
opposition to a not of the people- :My "u' fine sew'd Br<: nl;: on hand, aivJ for sale,low by.
the Republicans party .
57 at. be of longer tenure than Carolina.! ALWAYS: '
F.
ppot'4' to tariff for protection" that Convention are not elected by the people Men's pegged: Boot! ; i McCULLY. .
on'en. Carolina.
agiutitb not'ntirnal' \ improvements' by the I were willing to allow. Tbe Federal to the people. A few My 20. 21, 25, is a lliver in North "'* fine sewed Roots; J.snuyn tbeooyull nor responsible is a City in New York. & \\ isthi'sCOMPOU
and has never 20,23,24,22 For sale hv
: ).i,' mI G ra nt, are principles, they party was dissolved in 1824' The hundred men, appointed in this way, assem- My My 6, 10, 7, 9, 8. is a Mountain in Vermont. Russet Brogans. B. ELLISON & C'.. j) i=vr
all 00nored thi i t 'htj are in since then had a distinct existence.\ and draft 7 is Lake in Florida. for. Water and Cnetrnt! *.KDry rtd Icr sale! by
I to sctt principle oppo'Ois'ntionj associated mostly ble in conclave. They originate My 6, 7, .4, 5. 6, a Dec *. Feb 17 ,' H F AlELL.v .
It '! Washington, leaders of hal party have Resolutions expressive> bt their My 15.24.25.7.14, is a Peninsula in Asia. Goods.

. in ei ir7-
1 ill P''itrIdis 'Ifeihej", and them 1 will enumerate the follOwing, measures of policy. pledge I My 8. 4 5, 20, 16, is a Sea in Euro !-. DRILLINGS ey:!, Jeans!!, Flasu \-. BUn- HHD'Pririe l N. O. Sil3r.reeeierperschrMnnt& !;

jt1ywith will hardly do, yet Among the political .to adopt these measures, and 2-tt5, 9, 6,4,8 is one of the United States I TweedShirting; Sheeting, Checks, 5 : ...nd fnT sale: by .

j siont .bel **ttes' them in that position. who are now prominent on in consideration of their nomina- My kets. Calicoes Delanes Hosiery! kc &.c May If E McCTILY, 50 Water at.l21 '.
!!
himself Territories. Ginghams
iehd-. s I "'. that the : James Buchanan, Lewis Cass, Mr. ... ; .t_. .ut1l .r: .hl'... '! 19 is town in Mexico, ale B- ELLISON &. CO ,
IIIlage
pretend assert 18 9. a by
to For
un will ui 8 20 7, ,
of him that tie win veto My 1, 4, Chestnut qtl.! > by
lion ..._ ... and
III" Lewis lcL.anc J -1 L.L "ft. u... Tor. Water
i \ C. J. Ingersoll, Dec 9. (
,* ''O1tdated our liberties I in a 1 Bancroft[ should come in collision with in which a ceteoratea. oaiue' was Iuusu.My : HF ABELL.As7LESapIursale .
it
i as in toi aU ib"* 'Ct.I* IMng, would advocate the'! .Mr. Wilkins Mr. Taney, and many others people their dicta.if No bne will pretend to deny 19, 11, 13, 24. 4- is. the name of a County and HOUCK'S Panacea, just received -J/ --- Ad.anccslVE
the popular Mississippi.My &
IwnUibd pot e of (policy they did uphold who, after being driven, by Gen. Cass now occupies Hiver in QWAIM on sh-pmeni-iot" Cotton to
: that this is the position is County/ in Indiana. O and for sale! by Liverpool;
of their original 3, 2, 22, a pABFLL.Feb
to f'b; i : political stage because the voice, from the advocacy elected he is not the instrument of distinguished HERo 17. H New York and B<*tr>n, byfoc
;
if the name a
rd. I 11ft i seek to keep in office by and My whole is M. 16. D. B. WOOD & CO.AF .
now WMD'
ea nd circumsho principles
the Different people.
or I Ias ; With faith composed of the will of the American and PATRIOT. .Trusses. ...ole Trt53egHULL'S .
ugbtduett I nation and of the world at hoodwinking the people a small self-constituted fac- superior single and f t\roslatic Ink Foiintalh.nk .

wro toll |'Ie changed iheir measures ofmo't of a patchwork of measures. but the tool of a JbUsoliition. by H F ABELL. -:\'" 'drcslatic : Fountains,Pen Racks

ilt felt lion. of MACLAY &KIMBROUGH 17 ,. .. :\nd E. .!, paper Folders
old Republican partnership Feb ----- Staflpa.Seals
i hose i I \ firmly believe the great obhtriotie I General Taylor is of an of Jeffersonand Such a position did not consist with Gen.Taylor's THE this day dissolved by mutual consent.J. -, 4 ,.....mpound Syrup 01" I piper Ch1PsWeight &c- for saleVy

aryirihono IbUU1 lives-the cardinal 1 1rabht stock-be inherits the principles President of the Uni- C MACLAY, ThornlSOI1's Wood ap1fthF I Nrv 18 \ j C ALLEN.
of
notions a aald __
bronchitiS
-
which -
KIMBROUGH.
Tar ..oron" '
to W. H.
-
those -
\Ir action, would not show a Madison- principles he says, he has 28.3t curt N. conulnption ion ., .' .
COO time ted States, and although, OK itie '0vth.p.lpltat I 'nlni! ,
.hast.s tarO' tto ling." the old Republican party clung at a he has refused and July 29.-18tQ." aithm3. \'Vh\injr' ; and 4cctons. 01 1 6) 0 OZ. Jjlp. Qii.ine, jiM/ecsived and for

.le! is when Federalism stalked boldly through the always been a Whig, yet of T Cologne. Co of re .,..art. liver complt' \! f) sale'yApril .
let in this communication doctrines celebratMl "
to be bound by the AN* MARIE FARINA'SJ for !'a1'\ ALLEN. 2- H F
refuses TOH kidneys, .rc ABELL
of the DOW the
"be ttltrJain 01). i believes in the capacity Iflr pale by
i He ,
land. doctrines assortment
: aogerous it is. at this day, Why ? Because the logne; also a genuine Fen 10 (
Whig party. ABELI' .
the L.
to F. ,
ten'etn tht and is willing H. \ .
for .
self-government
to July 1.5 .
oot daily surrounding us- people not It consonance .
-
'
aolding', of ihe Whig part may .
f of our institutions 4 \
t the stability
.1 and
the safety
'I aT1' tltinuHy! emerging' before trut \ "

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AMENDMENT sale large rugs,
offer for a
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whether!
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,:,- I,jf j ji patter'nines produced by irregularity, illness or acciN'thiIlg i. j
be more surprising than its rida. : : I''I Franklin Circuit Court.John part undersigned realh.r

i j lent invigorating. tflects: can on the human frame. Per- \ W. Rinaldi, C mpl't, ofNegro Kerseys and Linseys, friends and _

sons; all weakness a.id lassitude, Irom taking it, Proposed and agreed to by thc third (: Vs. 1 In Chancery. White and Red Flannels, patronage e." aDd "''f

,., 1 it once become iobu-t and full of energy under Assembly: subject to the action oj' the next Daniel Smith and Lucy Ann f Hangups) and Tweeds i now r ei'il.

its influence. It immediately counteracts the General Assembly. his wife, Resp'ts j t Super plain black and fancy Casamere.3, i which d t.

I I ncrveltssness! ; of the female irarne, which is the j -- -- reading the foregoing affidavit, it |is or- Super English and French Cloths, his assortment .
UPON
Ii of f Barrenness. It will not be expected -!: .AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause! of the 5th that service of the foregoing bill be Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs! 1 English, French, G ;
at cause
;
i I I II II gre
I I exhibit certificates: nf cures performed but we | the Judges; :' of the Circuit Courts shall hold ed, publication in the Commercial Advertiser, Marseilles Quilts, U, 10, 1 1 and 12 qrs, ware, &c., &c. .,

i1iiunmiJJJft i :- 1 ca-i :assure the alllicled. that hui.dieds ol capesluve : their offices for a term of eight years, instead of or some other newspaper published in the Western Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades, to Physicians, Country MerchanIe
; .
been reprvttd to us. Thousands of cases during good behavior. District, for the space of four months, requiring Brown Shirting and Sheeting, th most liberal terms-all of which Jt. .

I :J where families have been without children, after ':, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I ; said defendants to appear and answer saidbill Cotton Osnaburgs.Cotton pure and unadulterated. '.

JtSgSjE; i using: ; a lew tiottlca of i this invaluable inidicine: House of Jlepresenlativis of the 1 State of Flo' otherwise that the same be taken pro con Drilling and/Ticking, H. F. ABELL. ,';

i t JPJ& &i&g&'iDr. ? i have been blessed with fine, healthy uiirtnK: | \ ,-a _
To others and Married Ladies. I 12th Clause of the 5th[ Article ot the Coflttittt1flfl April 21th, 1313. Irish Linen Shirtin and Sheeting Wae.

Towrascnd's Sarsawarflla.W.iiUer This Extract cf Sarsaparilla has been expressly |I of this State be so amended as to read as follows, I A true copy. WM. VALLEAU, Clk. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting. ?, Nov. 2' 1846. _

and Bl -4Iflg ol the AK N prepared in reference to female complaints. No viz: That at the expiration of the present term May .1 16-4m English, French and American Prints, Drags and ,

The most extraordinary Medicine in the Uond.! female who has reason to suppose she i is! approach- of office of the Judges of the CiVcuit Ccurt, withthe ( At Chambers, Extra super, plain and twilled Ginghams, THE Medllo.e t

This Extract is put up in Quart! Bottles : it is six I ins that critic?.! period, The turn of life" exception hereinafter' mentioned Justices of APALACHICOLA, DEC. 29, 1847. I Super Cashmere d'Ecosse, constantly haveon hand, .

limes cheaper,plea baby sold. It cures wit'aoutwnmitinr'.mir.rin I ventaiivc for any of thc numerous and horrible Courts, shall be elected for a term of eight years, i[I John M. : ) English, Scotch and American do. which he willm I

:*.sickening ordebilitatinj I diseases to which females are subject at this time and shall hold their offices for that term, unless!: Walker and Super Italian black and figured Silks, CINE best
K. Mary quality.
the Patient. be delayed for several sooner removed under the provisions made in this George Black Silk Cravats and fancy Hkfs,
I of life. This period may of Merchants and Planters .
the State co
The) great bi-afity and "superiority of this Sarsapari'la years by u. Jg this medicine. Nor is it less valuable Constitution (for the removal of Judges by addressor his Florida wife James of E. Bettner I Bill for account Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, to their advantage to call', exapiini. *md }
over all other medicines is, that while it I fur those, who approaching womanhood, impeachment; and for wilful neglect of duty English and American Cotton Hkfs, Goods before
and Ann his wife, of the r and partition.State purchasing eI5wbe're.N. .
eradicate* the disease, it invigorates the body. It ( as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickening 1. or other reasonable cause.'h ich shall not be of New York, and Madras and Verona head Hkfs, B. Physician's prescriptions

i fs one of the very bet I the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed, sufficient ground for impeachment, the Governor' I McMasters of the I Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, care andaccwacy at any hour cf thtditJ. pot II '.
SPRIN'G AND SUMMER.! MEDICINES Ibid medicine i is invaluable for all the delicate hall remove any of them, on the address of two Jane Super Satin, Marseilles &, Worsted Vtstings! I C. ,
:
South Carolina,
Ever k-unvn; it not tin\\' \ purifies the whole system diseases to which women are subject. t birds cf the General Assembly ; Providedhow"ter :State) of Cotton and Flax Thread. MarchiCor. Centre an'd

a'vl strengthens the person, but it creates I It braces the whole system, renews!:! permanent- ( That the cause: or causes shall be stated at affidavit of Defendants. J JUPON Solicitor that Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked Muslin', mtndervood

nw. pure and rich Woxl : a power ;possessed by ly the natural energies, by removing the impurities l ength in such address and entered on the Jour- Defendants Complainant's mentioned in said Bill do Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, 4 Cab,

n<, other medicim. An.l in thi- lies thp grand i; of the body not so' far stimulating as to produce .ials of each House. And Provided further, within this Circuit, but within the Needles Pins, Tape &c. &c & & @
reside
secret of its vonJerful 9-Kce withu the Ltt five years; nv.re tlnn! Ii(1O8O( ( mo t medicines taken for female weakness and J udge so intended to be removed, and he shall United States:' : It is ordered that ot the New York and BoMon.f'om Importers and Agentsof RESPECTFULLYe&rthtt

cure* i'I l severe c.i* of disease; at le.i=t l. ,0i: ) ; ci!i ease.- By using a few bottles of this medicine be admitted to a hearing in his own defence, before i institution of this suit, and the filing Manufacturers at the lowest market rates, and vices to the citizens olApi
r rIiJr4d i incur.ible. It h w saved the lives ; : removal shall and in amended Bill, be given in some newspaper published 'etail favorable cola, and the
were < i severe and painful surgical operations maybe any 'ote for such : pass: : of four are now offered at wholesale nr on county olfm
inTfthai 3"JJO children d.iring the two past many and I I in the Circuit, for the space generally, in
tjf prevented. such cases the vole shall! be taken by yeas terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co. tbelinttb;
"":\01: I.' Journals of each House months! ,and if, upon due prool of the appearance Water street. fession.
4. Great Blessing: to Mothers and L nays and entered on the published I Dec. 3''). 1817. 41 torb f
of said notice in some newspaper so -- munication with
10,00( !) c-.ises of G :lcs'l Debility espectively. --- --- -- (
.ami want of Xervoas Energy. I Children. SEC. t2. Je further enacted, That the Judges for the time mentioned, the said defendants do A CARD. other Cities, they H
effectual medicine foriurifyin3
It is the safest and moot not to said bill by the next rule day,which of inform- tied to furnish the W b
I
Dr. TINV ,rl'. ;;Ir Ipari invijj.irates; the and the sufferingsattendant first appointed under this amended Constitution, appear Subscribers take this method ;
: ,11 the system' relieving shall come after twenty days from( the expiration THE and its vicinity times with the
\vhM# jvstem !t'ermaiienllv. To tlv\sn who !have ; child-birth ever discovered. It I shall be divided l fly lot into four clashes. The the citizens of ApalachicoU I -- 1E1E uu
is further ordered I
( months-
lost their wnc'ihr bv the eili-cts!:; of medicine I upon their office ormct'g of said' period of four have now on hand a very neat --- TEST PLATES 0
tncnry: child firs! class shall hold his or that they ""
i ..r iivli j <.l in i youth. IT t the I sren pain! and;then3 disease both: increases the mother: and and enriches, the prevents food, for t the term of two years, I the second for the term l that the same be taken as confessedagainst and well selected Stock GOODS, which \\'illlJe; \te ed able monthly showing of &r"*., wtu.n 0.1 will/*_ .-beadvantage *?'.

,'\C(,3ive indnl.rii (If the na>si>ins. and brought think it is indispensable of tour years the third for the term of sixeill them.GEO. sold low, consisting in part as follows: : Sigle
those' who have used: it S. HAWKINS, Judge &c.CR.t.CK to 9 fashionable communil"l .
on a senernl 'iVivs'n-a'i prostration: (If the nervoussystem is ireful both before and after confinement the fouith for the term i.f eight years. : Cloths and Cashmeres!:!, various style' I, Ge&emenS' Morning Gowns
I It highly &. SPRATT, B. ass<}
I
:; 1 mituJe, win.of :ambition fainting) "enatioi diseases attendant [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority Fancy Prints, do. do. made to order Cloaks
it upon
i as prevents Solicitors.! Wrapi-frs ;
!' ", pp-mature' d.>ey, and decline ha..tenintowai ;: childbiith-in CostivenePile! ?, Cramps, Swell- December 2'2, 1517.' Passed the House ol True Compl'ts %;,TM. VALLEAU, Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured, \description lin made in the uual fornuol r,
that fatal die", Consu-nption.: can be the Constitutional majoritJannaryG t, A Copy. Silks FrodRync, I
Representatives by
: ; ins! of the Feet, Despondency. heartburn, Vomiting Dee 3''). 50-fm t Clerk, Walking and Riding Gaitors made m aa.
retfn-od ti This
entirely '
by | 'asant remedy. I i Pain in the Back and) Loin, False Pains I, 1S4S.] do. Montella !I Icln. manner; Tunic Dresses and Thy? (I't
Simparilh i is far 11'If'ri"r 1 t. .nV All Florida will publish! provided ni,,it\ Tax Sale. Satin Striped made '
I Hemorrhage, and in regulating: the secretions and papers Calhotiii County every description m a ntat ar.tf..ijte.
iMi'iTttratinsr Cordial* i e' 'iaLizing the circulation it has no equal The more than 6'20 is charged.; rhine l of the power vested in me by lawI Fancy Cashmere Robes s ) All mrments made at >hiwarranted .
A* i it iv i '.v* d\ iuvini 1 ifo-s. ttp :1\.f..n.. civesactivity great beauty of this: medicine i is, it is always safe, April 27, 1818, 15- m. BY will expo. for sale, before the Court-hous< do. Merino do. toft.Shop. I

In ths: liin'js, ;.>,i.d: I :"trt'h tl\ i Pie raissculir I I I land the mo
system: ii; a mo""f <-> \1 r I'\r linnrv: cx>:srce.Coiisiiii ; few cases: require any other medicine, i insome Notice. of August, i ISIS, the following dcscrib d Mu-flins India Bock niored Entrance on Chestnut street. j

>Han Cured. I very a little C-is-lnr Oil, or Magne, is tnet llIl. THE late firm <>.f J. :Stevenson:; & Co. havin 1" property, or so much thereof as will pay th< do Swi-s, Lucej'.j.Edging .. } October 14, 197 j.JCO
I Joshu
dissolved the deceasa of ;
1 .
Cleauss and:! Str ntllt"n.::: Co'Numpticm MO becared. by thereon for the :: ,; Lisle, Calk ,
) Exerci: in the open air, and ligl.t food with Ihi is State and County tax due yea A plate of and Winter F
all those indebted to the sud firm an(' f'al
!. Bronchitis:: i, Cm<:'iuritfon, Liver Complaint L will safe! and confinement Stevenson, to-wit Shawls, Dama.= received.
medicine, always ensure a easy IS47, :
O)\H*. PiMrrh! C ; of Rl-vrl S 5T."ie" in the Chest, llerlicFlush claims present. Ule! "arne. Richards, 11 j.WATCH SPENCE: ,
Notice! to the Ladies. N &. W, joining: the lamta of Stephen J.T, and Silk Gloves
Nht S-ve-iN! Diffi-ult or Pr"fu, Expectoration Those: t that imitate Dr. Townsend's! Sarsaparilla, The stock of goods on hand are offered for sal purporting to belong to J W. WiI1iaJ[ .lon. Kid.2anGitJeV( Bonnets:: latest fashion AND CLOCK MAElj

Pain in the Side, &.('., have been have invariably called their stuff great Remedy at low prices for cash only.T. H. AUSTIN, Also the N W \ of Section 3, Township 1 t
and can be cured. for Ftmales, &c. &.C-, and have copied our bill Is! J. Stevenson & Co. Range t 9: N &. W, and the W & of the S W \ o Brown :Shirting;; 7-3,4-4 and 3-1 .. ( on Ch*
Spitting) Blood. and circulars which relates to ll.e complaints of Surviving! partner Section 5, Township 1, Range !9, N &. W, purporting Bleached do. 7-3, j-4,4-4,10-4 and 11-4 AS.d.A"N
19-tf
New Ytfl!iC. April 2S, iS 17. who _Apalachicola, May -25, ISIS. to to Win. Wyatt. G-t and 8-4
I women, word \\'C'rd-orwr men put Ip belong Blankets! B. Watches Clocks and
ot
Dr. Towngfh-i' -I verily believe th3t jour :Sapsanarilla ;; medicine, have, since the gieat success of Dr. Notice. Also, SO acres of first rate land, number ; Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting repaired. JfweI.]

,. has been the mean*,through! Providence, Townsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident ti.:) S'X months after date I will!! apply to I he known, purporting belong to J. &. B. F. p4Eot! Carpet Bags -- -

b.\\H \ .3.rJ'my CT1'1.!; li'e.It became I have worse for lI i\'h"ll'ears am had a females recommended I heirs, although previous- ',:i. Jii(32jeof Probates for Franklin County Also, S') acres second rate land, m>ml Cm' Hat* and Caps, all stjlea ATHE N & f 1

l.tt I raised l'trge of blood worse. ;Al' lv, they did not A number cf these :MixturesPills !!. 101' a final discharge'' from the administration i of t f known, purporting to belong t" Jas. T Boots and Shoe

sweat*, nd! sn-atlv quantities debilitated and had redncd; &c are injurious to females, a, they aggie_ the e''tate ot Henry Beat late of snid: county, dcceased. !- estate _.0: land, number r iot Clothing ot all kinds. I Bowling Saloon and BR.

and diJ :not ex2.ct wai : t.) Iit p. J hjv. cnlj ..-. i .., vale disease, and) undermine constitution. : JAMES: GIBSON; Adm'r. Also 517 ae.i pc f belong to Call &. Gamble. Also; a ntjat assortment of JEWELRY, and oom.

Sar aoarilla\ a short time, and t there ha 'Of i Tins Scrofula Cured. Aplachicola April 13, ISIS. 13Gmr..o'.ii. L I k"1'IJ., 80( acres first rate land, number r rot many other articles too numerous to mention. THE proprietor of the I"Athenzre

derfdl been wrought in me. I U"V t that I thi I known, purporting to belong to Sam Parkhill. Call and examine for yourselves.M. has used every cod.a,
change !: ,
: : ; Sar: ap..nlla"lia3tAVcollCIU3IVtl-v i ; Proves 'l'-'......: rorki. ; I BROTHER
SCOTT &
able to walk all over the city. I raise no blood!, slinatc di ICvt, control over: the mot ob- -. rloiirVf cask Rice ISAAC JACKSON Sheriff and N. I the e.stablishment an agreeable \>ltctand
"ases of .7 "i ;
imagine 'I'"MThl'c -.J Ex-OiDcio Tax Collector C. C. Dec 23 Cor. Water and Centre sts. is thankful that an ever diJcnfilie .
well -
and! h his left me. Ynu can iStfn.BJ< r
cou "
my cured in one house 1: > superior old Reserve Whiskey -- ---- I
--
---
-
; -----
that I thankful for these results. ri*.i |>cn. May I, ISt5. IGtds prove by liberal their .
!
am \ 2 choice lIam and I I atrona.ge ,
very : ; B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water
the desire
Sir-I have pleasur t.f his to ple will
Yo'.ir obedient! ervv.t, :" :
De Now schr Louisa iI
WAI It USELL:: (>.j Catlwrine &:. I Dr. Townsend thJ: I three !)f my children I I ha veto sale landing per K McCULLY Sears, and for List of Letters Chestnut sts. choice assortment of Liquor' ?, aci'

nheit ntt i Sm. inform jou Scrofula by the use of your ex5rtSnned by J) EMAINING: in the Post Office at Apalachi- SHIP CHANDLERY. beverages, of a sort to tickle the !

This is only! one of tnre (than fonr thousanOr : t \ V' They were afll.c.ed. very se- -March-.- --in-- -- :5o Water st.-- .Et cola, on the 1st day of July, IS IS. MANILLA and Hemp Cordage!; of all sizes r, Bacchus most ta.-tidicua$ sons; p J
,-a't '"' __. ..... ,.. .... L'. I t t.I t. ,'Ij "' Jas A ho1ac Wormline, Marline, Spun- cool and delicious f hI"-
Ahorn.
'\t u. a. TownsendN ar 43parlIa : ......_ 'f?.i.tJRces l-feyp.laHe] l ,has It'\J li; .t'lJh rEJ! & Co. A 'UIII ,v IIHlow' 1 I1" rr .
Glass lng
CIU..J, T.e fn"- wweattttw tT'ksC4re 1 PliysiciVists. Alexander, Jas Lowre; ::: Lead : 1'utjy, Wllltl; aru
: wce-, ,l-up"m" I I Opinions of I Agents Bank of CrunsHick: Avery &. Jones 'rs..eA'I : fed do, Y..Uo Ochre, Chrome GrC> > : within mentlllm tlulcnrl -
the followins
: : IfJel' Long IrnrztIddo: l n
,
of
) [
1)1|
')11 lQI7. Di. TowiistMid i is iI.lmn..t! t ljily r-cel\'jh. s Di-c :KJ 41 I Water VJn I : 1mpirjai do. Chrome Yellow cirdl toe.
t "" ,.f h. street. Allen B C Ver a gymna3tiC :
f..lo1nd I digris of
BJ IA1t.\'III'" from Phvsicidns in difjl-rent, ">' lie L'nion.! Luct", Capt Henry Liih rage, Sulphur, Bright geme ten.pins ;
suffered paits I Varnish f
avp
t ter jjj---- do I. tbcS
Sir : Bl3tl Wm Tar Rosin Copa active
'vrendDear[ ne J. Pitch
undersign i Leonad amusements p
This i'n to .that ) Van Turpentine can
," fu.r ". .n thc R''p'' ni''ti nine: vear Physicians (.f the C\ty Albany, nuner HAIR[ and Sfiavinj: 2 l\onn, John 1\1 '> Scrub do. do cneome all.I
Clamp
sitlerable if f 'ild Wit t 1;
f :
< rjff mn"f < > eat, sleep ti Ir I Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparillaand I for sale bv Bagile, Washington Lamp; Black ChalkVhiitirig, Russia I
M"er
Ceo
racs pre-cribed : K Duck.
Walk. I had the 'itmo tli.trejl"jn< piins, ntH IVb-Jl! lish do, Cotton do Eng. JOBS B '"
j an b.'lieve it to be or*' of the ;i.ost valuable ,: II F A DELL.ittoiasscs. Burges. John 31orbe. Heavy Ravens do, Light do Dec.
my limbs ,,-. ra IE-rtlth':: swollen. I hi\rc: usei 11 J jreparations __ ____ .Brown Thos White Blue and J lied Dunlins, Nails alicol 3r). 1S47ApllicJiIcoia .
Mrs Copper
thL13rket.t do
four; 1 li iXlcs of your Sn'iaparilla, and Ihey liav : in Man.field. S 2 do Tacks, Ship Spikes: Boat do ,
ii:. P PIJL1XG, M. D. Byrne, Christopher Brad, Screw: ,
Mc.\Uister Jack
done m'> I tun! : t'l.iusi-id' ti]l-llars worth .rI t C Capt Screws, Anchors THE .UI
re
ntH
I5IJLS
,
Jimes
(?ood. Yo-i are at lib'ltto' u.;e this lor thc be, 1 ii,.. B. lua s.J D -:. -_MCII. l ESchool McCIJLLY, :il) Walt'r ;t. Bullock, Alfred l\faHtt: A Pumps! Deck Buckets, Cedar, do Jib hank,. Hand; the public in genej.-.. r
cut cf the afflicted. IVck!
P. E; : : Broorn, the
LLMBXCOKF : ,
M. I). ----- Broman J II Corn do, Caulking ; ] Proprietor of
t Yours, re.sjtertf'illv, I Albany' : April 1, 1847. Books, ilaker Wm l\I'Killle\, G Helves, [Hooks and MalletsSarrinedo: AxesAx,' ::; '; and wU If
r JAMKS: ( jj1'I1NGS. Caution. ? iJ: .- .rt! > It}' Markham. Chase Can do. Thimbles,Box Hooks, Bale do, be plta
Corton
Ii-i l Bu 11 David do Boat do travdlin
I .Mack Fish do c ,, ,
Fever anil Ajr zfe. Giving to the great success and immense salt .F:. bl7 II F ABELL. Andrew Iron, Making Irons: Marline 0;: Caulking him iMth their cusfm f c r
flisbee Chas ,
'V .
Dr. Townse'id's: Sar: i nniu is ti'ieiuall incases ,I cf Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a mimber.of! mei, Cuba 3 Modmhdrn, Geo pers, Buns Dippers Cook's: J.. S'T: Ship.; Scra date resident hoarders =tld will 31
of the Chills!! and F,"'er and Auue! The who were formerly our Agents, have Tobttcoee. Bryant, Thos L McLeall. W II 2 :", Compasses, Sail Needle. !rn nror.Divider .-, supplied wilh The bol'
: edrriakin.Sarsaprilla
corn menc LIS I Sail! _
Trbacco
of hundreds that 5 Seed from the most celebrated Brown, David W 2 McC.irtniek Seine do : Twine, genuine liquors a
following letter i is: only ()If' we Extracts, Elixirs, Hitlers' I John Sewing do. Palm Rissinj qUality. :/
have received from the South and West nf hkt I tracts t of Yellow Dock, &c. They "x. from plantatioes: of the V'uelta Abnjo, just received Boc. James McNortan, Capt John Pump do. Shovels l 'I Hammers}, Hatchet; Leather Chisel, Apilachicola JOBS J! ,
generally Havana for Butt E .
put
character. sale by P 4 .Martln.l\fr Augurs: Planes, Handsws -ov. 1.fl.
?
: it in the Gimblets.
'ich., Oct 22, 1S47. I up same shaped bottles, and some ol f Alch It i E McCULLY. 50 Water f Cornforth, Capt J McKeen lVm Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares Handsaw, -
Oswe.;'). them have stole and copied our advertisementSj st. Stock do, Hooks Cupboard Locks, Military, Fire Caps
Dr. Townsend Dear Sr-I purchased tr my: I Olives. Cruger, N 2 McCormick, Vm and Staples, Hinges Padlock
: Bucliet
t
: they are: only worthless!:I imitations! and should be Wood Saws, Pendant ) F
",if. two bottles of Sariparilli: of your Asent,. t avoided.Principal. 8 JARS very superior Spanish! Olives, for sale Crawford Constantine Francisco Nickerson' Thos G Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish Haulyards do. Hand, Hand Line, HENRY GR.\T.C.-p Ialuatl,

Mr. McXair, of KaUnisz.), to try it for the I Fever J. Office, I2G FULTON Street Sun by E. McCULLY, Oliver O'trdlO.. pe 2 Sea do Sheet:: do. Bar do. Funnel Leads, Deep C at

and A ue. Befarr I had: finished: : the rir' l Building-. Y.j Redding &, Co., S State street, _\1.Irl'_ h in .J"() Water st.t Cason CoxSmlthC, 3 Orr, Capt I Isaac Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books:?,, L'inthoro Cargo: do, New York, the following stand artK-JrtJL Xa :

bottle it appeared o warm the blood, and every Boston ; Oyoff[ & Sons 132 North Second strret Sam } 0" .iilin" l'L'e I'IX Belaying Pins, Tin Ware Crockery, Carpenler'sApalachicola. Belts. Body and Breast PhfM, C* i ih
other 0'iills' and Fever >peawj I ScotchSiqgr: Coibro, l\lanle Ph Tools Sampson Posts
d.lY'h '1 th ai Ptiil.td'liiliia I I ; S S. Hance, Druggist I &c &c. Knapsacks;
.
they were, less violent ; and before she had finished P. JI.' CcIien" Charlston ; Wright &Battimor CO. 15 1 e; 3 GROSS Scotch Snuff fri half bottles,just!! r eeeivecl Cooper, Edmund Pindergrast, p Dec 9.1847AMERICAN Cloths, Holsters Priming, Bridles Wires,Gun s: C

the buttle, sh.' was itirely relieved, and Charters !street, NO' 105 South Pearl 1 street' for sale by Conant, Ber.j W Putnam Wm 0 3 Bear Skin Caps. &c. & '. ,

she was nvich l atter fian she hal ben he-fore Albany ; and by all the principal Druggists i and April- -13 J C ALLEN. CrowJy, MIchael PCllil.Vrn Net Military and Fire VoLT
she took the Ajua.! A Ja-iv that had been very :Merchants generally throughout the United Aromatic- Chase, Capt John Prt'ble, Cant GeoA: and Twi.ic IHanii cturingr contemplate: Compnitub

sick with the Chills and .Fever but; had bDkt Wetlt Indies! and, the Canadas. States BLAKE'S Bitters. Cooper' 'avPt J B Parker Rei port Company, supplied' with Pattern

them with Q inin", and! was 'led in a very weak For sale: wholesale and retail by DR. :for sale Aromatic Bitters, just received Demarli. S Pr"p. f. 12 COMlIERCIALSTREETUp :ibove.attheshortestnoticeVoDl'er Cars byi :\I
and di tresinr, : state, and troubled! e"rt'erlingh by Day Capt Warren 2 Parker Capt P terms. I
with the Aijin Cike, ssfinstthei-fie' t that it had May 23,1S-IS. 10-ly) H, F. ABELL, April 13 J ALLEN.;. Dc.rham, Perry Pickett H 2 2 ( Stairs,) BOSTON. : II
Ioic.
on my wile, shs s*'>t ant nrocurcd a fmv bottl 5, : : Apalnchicola./ ScidlitZ Ponders. Doggett, Jr. Sam' 2 Radalorick, Eliza Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's Patent -

and: ti i restr.rfd 'ln-r in a few w" ekto comnlete! PROSPECTUS OF TilE -- ') GRASS Seidlilz Powders that fresh DemmockJas 4 I; III r, Capt Twine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and IflO SACKS Rio! ; ,

h\ alrh. Your Ir J"arilia is without (Vmbt, nnn FLORIDA ......, received and for sale by are just Davis Geo S a Raymond R P Bundle Twines,McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine, Coffee, for sale lo/bj .
TEMPERANCE
e1'ul\e\ dii.-* in'-ident to the \V>..4, ami I if r i\prill3 J C Devon, Wm C Reed D it Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and Untanned, Flax Dec 23 $

y(vj thin!; rllolt' Ihi n'n'iication will be 9f UiC, Agricultural AND ALLEN.Infusion Emmons, Morris Rt'ga:", ii F Herring Twine, vsperhand Shroud-laid Mackerel For

you are at liberty M use it as you choose.!! Advocate. Jars. Eaton, Ben} 2 Richards S Lines; Herring Shad, Bass, and Sllc'
Yours re Quincy, Fa. A every family should] Rutgers. L L; ; Cod, dian. ,
CHARLKS II. SWA1Y, I BV C. JVL.IA.ti BARTLElT. have one-for sale by Foster; Jas P Rockwell, J E Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and lI"enlbhadBagss eanes, Dee 23 Apply NOUBE to -I

Canker in the Mouth. April J3 J ALLEN. French, L M! I Robins, Judge J H Sic.JV. m. -

Below i is TI afViMirit of duo!her child stvd I THE proprietor of the QUINCY TIMES, under Letter Frost, Thos Sloan John B. J\"els and Seines knit to order at short Lemon *'r1i.

Dr. Towns"nd's Sarsauarilla has saved theo li"i: the repeated solicitations of his patrons, who are REAMS fine Letter Paper.. Foster, Wm Srnal I'Flinn :, Capt A L notice. B. ELLISON &. Co., Agents, I B RAY'S superior Lenasyrajn/ -..,..
( thousands of childre-i. The following tocertinVat I mostly comprised among the friends of Temper. .10 and for sale Paper, just received Wm Smith, II K October 14,1847. 30tf Apalachicolastores. and 'for sale by El Y rc

*':* are selected from a great number 1- ance, Agriculture 1 and other industrial interests April13 by Foster, .Isham. _S.p 1>"("er. Cyrus nrn-- "-..-"."-.""' -,> ...._..a ,. Feb 1 nriiVcstern
of J C T.OLuu u u.ui9iiiF -
ceivvd this week. Society, has cetermined to devole his---- .Tnnm-.i- --... ,..... .. _.__. ALLEN.LI1JrIIiNs riorey.jonn vy Sherman, E: RIO COFFEE, Java do, St.
"
New York, April 1, 1947. more exclusively to the objects indicated by th<. Shirtings and Prints Firley, Archer StowelliEHSweeney Flour Domingo do:, Nit$ [)ec
4 Dr. To\v'1c(>"lt 1 : Dex Sir-One of rnv childre new title he has assumed. O baleand case, low for cash by by th
was very si-fc with aC.mkcr in the Mouth anJ The Editor has consented to make this changE B. ELLISON Gray, M' Smith.Sam'l Hyson do, Powchong do, Young Hyson Tea,, choice and primWcla 1
CO.
& Souchong do and
Throat attend l with threat debilitv. It caml I not 5(1 much with the expectatipn of pecunian Dec 9. Oor. Water and Chestnut Gray, Robt Sneed, Giles Butter, Cheese Lard Bacon Hams Sides, Goshet; prme Bacon, HamsS*a : .PlI

near dvin I obtained some of your, cxcellenl.gain, as with the desire of exerting a salutary)f sts. Griffis, RGalbrith Strattan, Wm dens MolassesVhisfev, Mess and Prime, Shoul sale by B. JJ pcIA
Beef
medicine and cord moral influence I 1 Razor Mess and Prime ;, Dec 9. Cor. j
it
.t directly, for which I throughout our growing Staten Strops. Daniel Sehenkberge, B Pork Mackerel. Shad, Salmon
a* ure you I frI very grateful. i regard to subjects which he holds, of all oth., 'HAPMA V and Emerson's Strops, just re Grist David 3 Spratt, Judge 2 Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,, Guava .
You". ,..rtfullv, 'rli. to be of ceived and for sale Greer Pepper, Spices Catsups. Pepper J
r"if 1 paramount importance by Capt D Santhall FrankScarborough Sauce, OliVettI: different sized If \V.
\) ELIZABETH FOWl.KK, 27 Desbrosses-et! The cause of Temperance the Feb 24 H F Grearson.CaptHarl Capers Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco, Navy LN bxe.
I ; inferest ol I ABELL. A J Bread, Pilot do, Crackers r vna, and for .
Fits Fits Pits' I Agriculture ; and home industry, in all its rela- Jas Snow, J M Beans, Salt. Raiseus.l\Iacaroni.Vinegar, Dried Fruits,, Dec 23 I C I I
Cider.
Dr. Townsend. nt havit.-jWed! his SarsaparilUin I hn and varieties-will be the( objects to which I I BBLS Hall, Thos Smith, Mr row Root,Corn, Oas,Buckwheat Vermacelli! Ar ____
: casesof Fits of courstripver recommended I i ib. attention of the paper will be principally di- 50 Dec 30 Champagne, for sale by Hodges, H Small, Jas For sale by B. ELLISON, Mustard& CO., Rice. G rte !3
BIlLS
;, and wa 9'lrpl'I'L-d to revive the Ihilotcing I roed: ; and as connected with these interests --- B ELLISON- Co. Hardy Capt A Snow,Thos Dec 9. Cor. \Vater and Chestnut ets.Imitcets. :)9 ;1bb' -

from v an intelliient; and rentable: Farmer i in I and.9! bearing upon them, and as influencing& Notice. Henricks, H Smith, H p I tierce Rice, jut l'dJan IEF

Wtf.t
,rirlhm. .\ 'J4 13, 1'3.t7. I will n ?. be overlookedWhich of the State notice in hereby given that Harley, B Tyler, WmJThomas SPRING and Thumb Lancet-, just received r ; Fl

Dreven To\\'ngell{ : ,),-.ir Sir' -: lve a little :air! Importance of the objects and the aid! I certain persons, citizens of Florida, intend Hodgt kiss, Thos MrThompson Feb sale by SCOTCH and Macabtij. in'',
II apply 24
years of P, who has ,Ite, !Veral vear I well conducted newspaper could afford I ing to the next General Assembly of the State Hill H K :5 A J I F ABELL. received and fcr jJ ra

afflictM wilh fll'H we tried alt, t evenih/nji; / H.em. are q-i! f ions which could not he fully discussed for an act incorporating them, and their associ,,' Hand, Miss Mary Thomas, Thomas The Protection Feb17.

(or her, but' without success!!! ; at l\allhou'uh' wrcoald in a paper of this sorf ; but it will be our ates, citizens of Florida, who may become united I Hickey, Chas E Valleau, Wm New Iiisnraiicc Co. of WOr : itII

; did no recommendation in am and enforce them 'article, with them for the purpose, by the name and Holden, Job Walker, Wm subscriber Jersey. DlVoodru.fs --

casbi like her., we thought!; as sLWi)3( in very coKs selected which may appear' in our of the Bank of Commerce"-said incorporation style Hartson, WmHenderson Warner. Capt 2 THE their being appointed by the above A'SAFE fcient r ''R
delicate would ive her !: to I agent for this city, is
health we Vje Of your possess banking powers and privileges and Fred Watts, EPWilliams prepared to now Feb
its take 3
Fire
Tht
Sanaparilla, and art very slid: we d\ for it noton1 Editor of the TF.MPFRANCE ADVOCATE capital stock to consist of not more than 250000. Harrison, Allen Chas May 11 is4S. and Marine Risks 3 1t

ratored her strwsjth but s''e hal!\ no re- wZl Ti'n any degree Interfere with party poli- May 4 16-tf Jordan WmJohnson Wilian, MrWalperton -, --THOS. L..- MITCHEL. The Indians'A

turn of the Fits, to odr great pie-ware aid s'ir-' inMS; "W of the day, the passing! occurIrml Wood London Lucinda Tax Collector's ftdiicc.' CERTAIN remedy for el] I
prie. She is. I hit' becoming TQ&tsa$ hp week, he will Ware &C. JohnsonJ -
hearty, notice with as much Wai'*, Robert sale by
ARRL G'
: \ 2 payers are hereby .
tl'trh Covers notified
S 1 for which we feel :trat< by the
Youri, respectfu ; to b free Tnt'; Axhel". Buckets, Wm Whitman time pre- ( ,
UTLE"1 all Party bias, and'i.eir'IhllBJ8elr! < from Broo ns, &c. &c. for by P l\I scribed by the ordinance by the OIL.
soil Zr passed
Irving Franklin City SAtAD just
iiAp
endeavor thus Wilkins
Council
the to E if not the
te"C S law
( (Iumn. of pre will be ,
) .. I ELLISON &, Co. strictly. enforced.
Jngraham John 11
: The ,
Fcmnlo Williams
Me/clue. 1 Cditor proposes to naper. Dec9- cor. Wafer and John E JAS. F. FARRIOR -, -. -- 2
Chestnut
Hr. .owii'nd'i ., and ably his en1., .. vfTy consider sis. Kilby, B West, Robt ; "
paper _
from 2 _
fipriiPflVC0mPtm0n, BitrenUferi.i oh its pr !lent size, Kilby. H City Tax Collector. PUes -
speedy ; <1"d Mr.
C'-e to make EDWARD
Fallit (If the fomb, authnt0 rftement.., should the Saddlery, &c. (Q- Persona McCULLY is my authorized DTCHES telehrf' fe
of 1
nes, Proial- patronage nered \ ODLES, of calling for any of the above letteri agent for the collection of
ob- S Varl'lulf.parternll( and qualities wilt 1 Taxes during absence [Feb2J _
COItivene..TPil'" Leirorrhoca or Whites, Ternlof SJJlJScrll'* Bridle*,curb and please say they are ad vert iSed. from the State. my
,. gtnrte-l) "r<*nj-ymc*..,. num in ad.atre, or thrTetrJl"! '-0 dollar per an- Saddle Bag, Snaffle bits, JOS: S. MAY P. M. May 18,1848.Ocnesee J. F. FARRIOR.- NOF'AT'S mpg pi CLVI .
thereof -
or diiCh lIe: adrance. if .
4 of Urine invor.ntary / not paid in 4

for th, general prosiriion ./ the !pystem-no 1 Quincy, Fa.. ?4ay27, 1S18. Martingales and WM.Whips G. PORTER, for sale by& Co. School Books. ND Flour, Goshen Better,'- .rv BIT.ja.ne.1" ::

j nee 30 -JJ Water street. SCHOOL BOOKS, of all kinds,just rec'd by A by a superior article of CHEESEfor sale -, -5 TasHcra. I
t J. C. ALLEN. E.; McCULLY, ule by I
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\ 1 50 Wafer et. 3 ]B J.


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