Title: Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048637/00003
 Material Information
Title: Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
Uniform Title: Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Florida Democrat, and mechanic's & workingman's advocate
Florida Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. & D. Jordan, Junr.
Publication Date: August 10, 1848
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: James & Dillon Jordan, Jr., <1848>; Philip E. Lavallet, <1849>; A. Marzoni, <1851-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 44 (July 13, 1848).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 11, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1856).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00048637
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: notis - ocm1057

Full Text
a w -, .* *J, i ;- :. i ;*.... .

,o / F-t ,/ ,.~ f Olt I

,'l orfBiei l O. .- + 'd +, "e .a h ien 'o hi^;anlt D".3

ia : B romamo a "
M'f'tnhm"I.- &bAvea 7 A m ';, f h .,'
M.E jtrn naCi'tN C S AND WORK N NA S A ADVOCATE. ... .... '
r '% ? l r ^ ,,^ tt' '" il ': ; -' '*r ""! 0 "" ,* "'+" ^$ Y w riter "u',-tif l u n ":* '
-ii a 't' o W 'F'a'" 4 F, 0
thj, It' A o1rh~ll/ d~lI'e It' as' Neba hideebii 48.iZt d;ad
Al. I U ,i

oil^vi^ j i it b-aas'- a tind.d hI hm, arows of detraction, by The Over.pay Roorback. son h w aisf t hn $ s n e te e wy t h e 'bde .
i`3 ,,8 'whoinrlevr spread, fall harmle-is at him, eis show ljeliten.tCass, hasore.- Tie Texnan 0...is.th
c,. 'e or'd"s t. I ... "' 's i'' e. .. +siti i 1 Jet.- '. ILI. t L 1 .11 .I 6 m t nIo'l, pni 'rair.;..
lie. Ah'll' ap llo patriotism feet... ". We clip"fom the Wash ton corres" ce vrd his share I public trea Or BACON SAVm.D bT CaATG rd g. T; ,
viirtai -hd inte'figence of'our fellow BECAUS, finally is, in every' word .. I pr In,, .,,Ih.,,, at the same time' ant cndd enough to... .
~~~~.~~p dVe Ii AiN'T ofEiAII' AND PYOII1I(11YtaIfWI]AN'S AD O ATE Nh W0VXt oh s'aba'tAUdi jft.

a ritizettAudnot o atheu a io nd re. and deed, a livm exemplificaton.of gpn- . i k admit myh that he ha earned ., .t po x I low
#~~ ~ ..Y;r. .- J- i '. , -_. IL ._.:. lowin gsvnlosis O f the'reeenltrelu tatlon o f,,... ,.- ,,. ouv+ i h u fod a v n o ov o r s n m )+ ee b ;teP "
/ "flhl;. i j WsIict colitl.- ln erican Democcy, whose 48v..n o ph eu. of old, t h. e s osvec .o e.g,; .l.. o r n
Lon of b:-- ,dI "n Of the, U.i.t- ful ,PAst is'asue -uarmto oa d etr o rn, thh "over pay" Rooh ack against General t h / h wha rs Tk,enver.anr wthlas.,c hor e as i-e sto b- b biar1&h.aith e

t ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ is DowSe^ so^^^-^1,^ i m,,''^.!'^ d v1^^<;S^
'Aid;einthidfedn''hob tinc gei ou .nice fl''UR'"~ h ,
I' i n, Wil i bI ,,1 ~ lLI~~lII tlls 'p a'tritiCU '*btn oz sprea, fail,. har ln at.! r. [ + himxvslnuo n c..es si" is to .hiiw. n [i $ ,i" eii. ''A2ea shoul b,, 'k eptl- high.ll un4 Ar. bthI...
/l 'ipteal, ,' f, wihi hee puhli tre fures O a, iJAC.UN S nDl rig CATO m ,2. r.. ... A --,r -, naw *,r iA t lrvc ,
, Sa,," d iihl"ower.J o h e'- ,rouAns uc sfl u u A 13 Uase which fedepIal4in Is"i.= no o .. .n. ', 'k+t ,- : : ". ,."s.. '
Yit.v, ,, l-isne g cleao f andu iun rally ofs uch a hble I eader, y tensot thou', h iohlYo admit mheeha b- e has earn edahlv b IR .plae. m ch ine a. ,u a p T.. .ir ^irt '
W e t n f tiEu P s s u y&oi r pa o haiaGonenrra, t whituc ,,,,, irhcr-b .-., nahgn.. .. -, in r a e m b almi f:tyn w
Ithn Un, hiEehs w ay ia &c. b yn smuic m'dn dsires which l fi
'- llyth: I L c ..f, t _aic a n ret d sm nh, f t u ped a ted o 'nern t .l a i w t s. m ou ,thin Ezt rnot '.fr om 1 a'in.op D uane's address i f w would im o hr, polite to nirio tlo ;l a id 'I .eca l 'htpun eand I.
nm w tdameh t. Th'.du i '*apul dtic M con Bover y aii ew irha rids a a id bold arid buoyanti y br iefly e do M r. a l a t rn g o n' % iAh c- 1 ob have ju 'st h .ard of a rmiojdrn O rpheus, j 6autle bN ke rp i ^di b h .& !s ia1rve
.it i r'bis ad itsr t Cor ps t' ria li ill alo utiu a, llen t fig i, of DEMOCRACY, l i.nd.iunhc'ton of G o- W hen you li.ocun d a man-u have w eie out of as had..clmpano v, pr 09 c d o d!
weit as~ P d t ullg6 fati; 1 4v,11 u~i;V ,1 to iliezemoinwd-as of yorr tiljpreaery~jthe couul- Cm rm h hreM.Ad not fir ti5 go W find a gentlemnali. Yucca' flaps; as that his anecient!Jrotoype. f'ell t*aiphd lal~ldI~ unrn~ ai
we Wr will-try arid tier inisututiom s from the h an'tw ( Stewart, of having repoitd enor s o anno m g ul4 ring 't- bre h. n h mlI, it a Usftl. ossMouid of cijqveri'
.. [ild fl~l~erlg'eor opn ry e .Y.. .. -. L -:'L urns from thA goverrbntent, afs eziralr com You cannot change a, C.ape %Iay cr~a. There.., u=. .-z.# a oF u~~~;. JtI~h ,g ~r ..h ',
t"' 'o""" to ee /a id* 6W-alr n, ltoeeti us and gilded s ingfomrthwA gvern l r y h uf all fl er ca m Y o uhanoavagea- J..eay al.,. .- as .- -i. r.k.owu. us,, B u ti -. ..midf i b
ou-tou'ndirm. hkig o th p" i trhe. tVles d thOr nan, nuer ich it Pe. h ation,', hile Go vernor s it he o territno ry a dianiod, Y'U .s; onot make plgeia.- shed. s i Texas a rovintu -, _. A pr _a',-' g /1mirte-A:NT-", goiwro in+
thll'reniso7abl& Irio "rbaf Michign has vernor 01nke gbenm e n you have f lrar ia ri bth e o ldschulan, familiarv know.a. by the n iam l e; ifr-hp i n al srny1 Mah uA f .
uirI.a'eantfioa 10 'm Inelso taryr .ntrqf.lan i v i, .i attention o ten t depend upof the iaile f "lld CI d esut. Neit er 'Wandering flasl fn tie se -a', Veiur.."tehr. o" +ureuihl& f"6
f 'el n ySlANDERS: R FUTED.;: remarks on this point, and give below ;,.b. r eile. Blood 'ill. d A--ne %, ,he, n r 'osn the Bow could hold a mea t ..ie pueli
'tee- 9oi~ich-ir 'contrfcy- .M' Perrh e ^ eetr:l. r-i a-coli 8lQ e nu ,wiai~ alqwd ir, or th iualte Biou d A~ l dgtnieia i llie,i our'Rosind thed would hold a.d r 1 mb aL.-s6ipe-ys a-tai'wllb y Mr5.aJef;9jjQ
..jf4y t~ 'i r,'fd;ha've .kAll irk-e! 'o rIh
':" "*r 'ti Dl eg'"a e inV the t re ...i n. a long kp are "t t ,,r tulat rrton fe that ab a. ae ,ande r.sl e i .
aL' a e rl iv i he",eitnfeL. ?ep uub Slth s a long wh tc P sti ually an r p rate o Gu t cl tes r.eA notl goid abliiti. c ,ndle to him. Fnaria d f'kroljc, aiended a.e a .' ur
,.he'"initi tflisrianntthe aLrdpy'wdo~ 011 from-he uioville. oz naali in, which e eotnrclustve'vii ,eat ioi. .. 1 I L t Bai'o c sillUded iat the as iootrsep and m nlnci oly fl .d .ver-r' t:.fi r nl-aie.lter di u ir
... *.-o lik- e haten l'. ht e t br8, g.nc~a l n ofs .atem e-hov ist'M a e ade in ret re Aee I t is ell know n-to all w ho have know l hM,,, in o>.n la, l, ,as the onlL gen ite- settl-i L ent wi e h he entered.. Oth'a th hi nfr 'hith t i .

| ,c nf ov r^ ^ ut^ ^ l~ risi ftntit ^i.99 n -o^ ienl Ge- aer. o ec piulee Mr glll n ^ i n ^ Eu li'' a h only reni,, s. l j,, nd t whi th u ie F-ih e red Oih l^ o 'ha t Ie hi. i
u.-, o it ';I '.iC .bit'..r uti d by the best er. in rlaton the oa e political Ihtitory of ii A bring tieonlv thing that did nth i ihe reader could see him tn his igory. s I t r ,tStomerS .a d e rrJ
. ..t' i lt d ,iL.. tati lnt. iris. stated.ib tha while-h is a- t Northw er rrtory, hat f all idr gelna Jus a gti man; have d,,ne, at a rea t all l ekb kwb a "4 n t h d"

., 'prin onf .ed'fill'~nh liot a~ o "' ,: .....- ,|', An hn r' Io.+ ", ; 'i<- .-- .f .. .... "n "~ .i -^ .... .-, Is" lot uor uil [lr-m ,h rni i.vt"S5rtlboff
Iily more, s; a di entle p olis h avedsch astol a bdrbl..jac n i eas wn h '.hea ii'hbfla int e
e ly he M 'Jjor Uass, superintended :the re- thet sts of governot4 of. territories, thatl hc h

r *."fe KC l~ ro a pa i.lr end e s n ^ ^ ^ ^ o l -n rhe pih~ m on o of c ~ crke, no p l des; a diam n po-rlise d.suha s follo w s au ^ 61rbic ti i exals .d iiU ch 0 ^ i "' a O" T ^,
| aAnM nt1JU h2I ~r&'W4 i n~t' o& N~t neeig : c i rtmingttrVic t i rn 1799& 1846 tor,- bf oen Caly as G1 75rnier oan i n th e r h a n him ha b-e n ul dp It :s bi g of'N ^i* 16t w ag
L t .me _irny ,t kno ,t. # i ,p,, Ae oemocratastyled the 's prnvitson-eal ing was, pet haps, the mo t important' i d re A entlenatI i *getitle. A 1getlemau b tri the dav an. dthe enthusiasts has toihe is rt hsr '"uro 'PhI g Wd. .
I w which 'ie' a co ir ad inet ni gcf pef k y, (the p. O R : Cas sT was .,onble -a- s salary as Goveinor as modest. A ge. ttma' is couute,, us A .. o a,,e ;ffa ih, i ,ht ,, riy mw oAv emest fi,"S ,: e r e

I^ SK K ^^ y *^ ^ ,precn~neptoT .heo ,.:h..ginimrs.croorwin *2iqes p~er agnnclm~hie. tha allowed^ ti, dinee ofailn;hi very1,^ ^u~. movmer t o~ aot lded b y .r Delgts'in'thi late Balii th' "t eir 'o -. la 1 i e iliar is g eous A. gent an I his fe bov amrid head waonld s-.i. a.-deal' dshwi y o ..'

I~ ~~~~~ ~ Or le^ S I'S slowr~ it)?r ^ o -; t o .N o ,p take (if -oe tis,^ ^ being line~ r hai I ti~e i)dai n %% e to--- tit se. Who; li^ ^ n
orIe Citm .en'iin. e ,,e h ahi Wiimiiiouon, -and a/I y .-appearcd withe the Governor o the territory of p rleans slow to take (de-ie, as being wone ihat mute to dacig, h t h who III u,. t0e-ei. go /Ch.
n~~~& w.o bIt h-i Itarll Iut" tV back cockade. in-A0hi ka ly' Of wvhictitl h o -ad tno ueitnec~ o ninnvr gvsi. A gtilna aso Uer ahahier ihei aks-rud~ bt S~ rh~ ieaA~ m k
entr t~ lit ad tro/do'n or' Ihi"'d.~awire Gazette bshys : Gen.r Canjs --was Affairb, w-s $50001 per annum; arind nevr gun ivse tl. asbtgoetatttLsnrsattr das top h at, asi:ik theY' werei i htwingte aoe
- O"e t o. l rn rs .rel oen b o r n i ni O c t o b r e a n2.- T h e e r e f i t h e irc n p 'r o l a b i l i t y. ,is tg jst t h e u t A s t h t n ab e o e s a r m ed on ly m o i l h y e erf j e +r k h i ,h i s fi d ,l l e w o rl d: Hl, ce rg.u ,4t "i h o' a i I .l:i ":n i t h e
conr~vr~ik te there -Iig 0 il. gttetnU
H t.- ha' Olu" t ri, p l r h...t. pr ...c. o r hm bs- -ok-wp kade w a. in asc ( ',averiioi w e're as rdu as oth r 1...... s, o r' A slb m ,ok .es 11o. t, he rac i ess of a,,n ol-l -fP'i n A 'rh" V cr

I id l l l .' nt ^ '.' Ir w ILIIIq J of lb e 'a ros~'k,, '" wh c r. n -t~ ", > 1. i,' fy -* (~.i ll.ui" ^ .pr-i ,t C ..? wh ig in'_-- I i =,.i., i 4 D. ma c p arly" f. nr l i --
be-s r on e Ber tu. a Bi tit +hll o m r.ak et roi .'dh,68. .,&' 9 u8citl a .l lid i99y and co a eletl en" C a ._s T o rcapin la e, M r. 'on C ella ad said ara ,pas,,,i ,e e ,; th re ihnrs oy-' ew "' h !. '" ? ,

'= K ,^ ",.,at l, .icltly.ak. '0 r | ,pS "~ti,,K .ib." 'H "f h s ^,' ",. C ^ .,. r -M ^ H. ^tb. .h h, ,>.,1. t;"I'] no *WIH"rln .).-l ', o "" -,.
a, m cn ..ix c a he a ,thh o...r c.' o .- ... ;,e- tijeris 1a n.7 8 her I tr .tb'- o eI I r
k tu' i t .hib u d 'b t a v e h i le f o r h e dnt' wsr ,,-.t h o f th d on t hi h h a,, ,| n .,. d .. t h n w.s S T k r a no
int" im a oh'bo. _ie i and' m"ro d of ag e el .A t .pthe age of seZ~ve n.reen-n.he ea- .i'aaly th"dc m e ts w ich v a t s e ., c, l A nten, A l ,o ubr d As his lee I' jo k" .-.""
'.La riip' es" dBut ; l suh i ti t ., ah d to the North wes,eru .'erritry, beeti so f rqu ..n nentl yereferred io, w3ry aspete o ts -u joe 11s gat _, ."Ai ....r ....."t-iaihis_. "
S- r i 'b"o t..l. '. and ge ,led at a ri ttc-,i A. udli .i a "-n os ....,r re '. A... Mnril d eem s :,sr or t ai,. Li eclv d t n n l i. nsi r sl." ,.'nel.f .or t,-,.. d l
4 w.as. pfl ih IHof the h oi ,.. l r u d th. e i,,,i me 1s t. Tih e all ow anc e, m ade by r hi t l. waswn bp ,1i..: .. n t ,i si, 'bdk
eu')= ,.,,J~ lL .+t4 4t.t~ijl~ te, ...bic a w" r_ naks .... .. ts vile,V ho.... Nov. 2, 182.1, arid s'ancdioned by -- St Piip's Si'n'ey a ri e to m... ac.. He owoned ihe t/t w-l dcqaffc, d 'tl l;J .-- ... e-n nhal 'eH-ir'ma, tow.hrkwe vi(.a'. : be "..
i,. ac-- It I iA .M i'J -~"L t +<+,r ,.i'd4 ,sf atiI)Ill made in, ,r~efereiicC to a mere Pr..id-'nt-ommon a.,nd 1 conti....to hi ,aen tinati-,hifu bogh '--ho w aes. ao, Ho w once h e', b a, mln a d bled :~ 'n the ] --m pai LW di- *( V wi...... '", -.
ll Enu"hinds.' klnighitma O-li'l=;s"whe'n, 't+ ji ii For. hr' hal ba'en a soldier ti...n tlte1' aLalH lime' "Alltt+''l '~ffe'' "'+I9 1 '
a" .ulatast 4. 4 ,ar 'it tm orhyQerdec a t y y bq n S theerC. h h.a on .-
frflf" ...,., t.,.,,,tD mbfl tb Sn otriianly.uttera'cce f,,r rat[,oi4S fromn Ort ,9, 113 !, 29+. -Y -,d phe w'~, ebdlyhah5o n tha rug t'f o d, o efuc rt e putid Ia'-, s 'whon ha,, notr% h -.A ,,tt .- r Yre w ....... '.,I, .r_'irwm
Ob ifa odn h ee A'" t he d u o f c o o acttiayi e ith dee oum o c r a c y 'hi c "is u j o k e .
in to fs L '6 iafIe'ga i a d m r r r rioy e wstcrq e t yI -f s tefol -i o ei le a x niii its e c

SHO'lD.UPI'ORF LEWI .. ...... ...,.An.,~tlutrcharg~e of-the, same kidnev i'm 1822, I0 raicl per 'n aY 2- cec each~"w~tr ht tbo.ltt te -|1esad hdlr. t ht!II .storecc .. ... i ,,L- ..
ti .b r e nnor iid, ad to., the a o rt.h-s n w eless, a fabricatio ; --fo ur suppo tinl e In I ;,i' $6% i 610a 1.1t l-t e l th at wo. orti ht toa ien es h, iay ,s iri ht i .s th" 'stery i n' 'theriU iw Cprviqtio Ge tte nor
0' vc fron than hth d t r, Casa bad ,poken hi, Iator oh and the oilir being fair ofce. ret;. clerk is, m t..a ul thsi n e w ork whiah l'gse I 'erica. He.at h& "h l pp t ""' ,'" ,' f j'1p e u'tl'e e-pt.- l
tI% tO t it f e l.m dh a m hh htr edmI, aa re tIhiliptra in r aod seri ac an h lexi t oa h g :lo,,k,tiord'he n f wi irmari *
...~ a' ds tlda ruila, l

..:- ofrr'6ownkho n tOourL~on xcelto I'ere~ee- tie the pulibshed- proceedings or I)oc. :S 112,. p. 2. '244,j !' *. $:33.32o. --o.ver things are jus4; yh taoeva~r"thiacg4' man, of general skilli n thce ue-odfic's'ru- sien '.. r. Th .._,v .de ibr.k4A,.,, dbW
liytae"liI indity ad nd ,oed fis, arc-he tlo.Pveina the-7,- l ttf i: wh .ere, huastre~gr din .* re :h,. bud... ..ed ow ~ lh 1 ~ lA 5t.- N
- il l ,exi? l ou t i of Goverw n ,, en'l., -Ca ines. .1 Mach .47 "it will, beseen 2d' The ahlh,wance inede nander the -' 'whiaee are: Itlvet' ments alTred h,,,, Iftc,, J-,k i-it; i'n: 1844t awdl'he,an brcea btP',, ,, ,iS-
whiclm mmkeo s virtue ai int ol .rgen ,6 t hbe R E n FOR a9'gs n,.d Sth e s P, of Dr i'. tha m e ty -,daw,'
1' I m k '~ bhirue fand r Hnl~ ene th DETERMINATIONi TO' War, dern r dmaritirto,..g_ ..2, ;t, I,,:t,,e b nyh wn h'nJ",'ft' ;H..; L'F~ft.-"n o~ wn a e=. T =/"
4W a flaviin VOT ASi,~ TeytS- 'Peevera soetee amsn 4qinl7-n o evcs i

I' 'en rn 'm+~D [mrt e et s h-elte an ,nmet,dmcenit .to. 0thee r.utlh,,r bill, ch' ,ei~ i t,.,tg the ageqcieS, of H igna,,m ifi ac a thin .--. t-hrm3% s._ ," on thi, s hr~eroann.-ui h'e re_ i a' +. 7'_, ,,_ , C:+it I,, z:~'+ .
,'!AbhIM M i un e d icuss'oin, annr wic, i n the vote was Ohio--Fo, rt WN e, in ...... Howr,, one-' ,-t,,e of the bat ""ed am
l;h. a.,,l.: -be -flid hj,. 1 &,.t,., ......ta n. m, *" ,./ VY,,-,2., _- 3 4, .. 6; says,--"ai shn li labor adat,, ly, to O... t.;ma up. t.e b.r.?ht ... -''.w~~ IP amnwn.e., rl:uin;'B Cn'.,.r m g.-il& t.'li, -v-
V* ,q3T'r b) In .rl`le' W28li ,Il."q ..... ..

-A+ fi,, n.e, ,iatiIs [ e leader uamt.mm tort n" a .r... did ca db-c-rd his mo and 'f-o ir ft itr i n- J. rioa k "). L i Ao PN r
'Hu~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~tston, L~ewis, Setii. antd-othe-rsa goal 8, 81905600, awlq anter" jamr Ki ; ... uOiii,,,-ar se.r tnthereof z.dtirrctin. an cx~ci u -ni"ei raetint. 'rhg anthe ,for%,,-,l,,tte .......at hi lps ,+teu'ia..oJ Jah k P 9ib,' ea, lo~,
tre" inrad tr iet me Sout h. :igitst Corwtic v~ies, sane ag. n...s, to-n. 1829 1.. 0. a'i. v/,. her~lto, by. +i4 exeqplary cmn ,ersu+ttim ; em p-tad ...d..in uhen-. rt'h Isi akac . -J 'i hnitonn r~n hicr', Dmis, ra"ltlnlck'01 ther
llevDn a rute s, Evaos e P e de hs tgs t th e- first seen mnonmchs oe tIP year -13r -: and less vicilian still hu| g a l his' hack rendv bto hu,, 'of t somdnir Ili thei'*o' hirnl
4 W a u t h o r i t y ; r e w a r d i n t h f r o oI e i t h e t d u o a ot hm e uI th.t f
y ce i -ei. it' e .. true thesta st supp .rwters ..f.t ... m u atol $t --l p. r inn an, allow ed for, prey. p. i otita,,,a y ,, th oetu o I ....h ,
.. .ctfic. '" f i 6"h pctrse an rn 9iC r an it- was defeated. n H ow then. eas (e dog. No 6... p 'e '1 .. ... mene peo-" by h h r ,ie [ io[.r "o rap' : [- I'- a "i ., il Ii
eN his'b. e d dhtry hamc-teen i t, 'he very face of the recorded servicsamd expenses, as siprr i,.I'ddeoi ra righiteutisties. by his words forced nnme rlem. his pursuit atq ..... tat, Dsjmsillo%% el .i'ihatft t s l b. Utica
stte 1i 'wh preachediininen i iigri w ih lae-id-u

u wem tIsi ,,, .. fa ..s.. faseo" 0 nui- te,. ata _.,..ctii h intravelling. natt dinig~ council'c. diO cms t eid works,. beforea pr,tcfa .world. Old cataut listnhis horse s umd lagged he'te C ,aan"vhrll ,Wrntioi T~ i lashe eiitir'
J."' "1KCAUSE. whe t'he"tiblsolenft a~resion5s iev6us as that Gen' (~as. hnad "spoken.,, f- ' ,im ing....4:0..., l ,ar which no'r wer -... -. 'Ihere[, ... imen t t w as il~ of s kit end be r '[-n~tiS(Ii The Ime'a cv oe Ithme Wsernzu iut .
i, acA,. ,- -y'. a- io 6 1 ur' -la n r t e ,' r f anrd vo t e d fo r th e P ro v is o ? in" B #t a l w e d ['- p .. ..e r c .$ lh 0 00. S ai-nt P pi t,.n
Beri t n sh, A lde
L.*Xo''hk intflvi ndcae 0'&- r 0U -i4 ai~ t.If"t'--h
e l '-I, ireat D r~ u~u o f e e c to th'tlblsI I pr o heg otle D ochSow2 p 2 e24 vif 2 .% $ 33 .32 .3 + '. ta e t n n ne u ar ,, .

\,"'.,,,td~htn'ils, and:'peilW'.htit blo,,d, sfferiglt Isensess of" the p[ari.., which..c-an, fit wil 'eomiIISri'. kcp.+l ad1-"' doue nt' + -N. . 1. p 'a (h,-reorge C. Collin,e, of a~ P- iadel +..rttakeitw encri, hen' hehad a svg eil' ftc rh~e is~n.ot:'t pzngl m,,-a a r ..ose namee i
po t one *itjrt tob No.. ,a.,'..I' 6, p" Itan IS (rady Mr phia ,. h..-re.ueirea .prmun Cla whg in h isrran oa fai ng 'abaiut'sa..iv athitrteIno" ne,. anal '' a..-ppendrdihlern .is.oio, itr has v-otadh frs 0 oreett actedho n withC as ~ 8tir oin
McI-sIkM rh 84 wil ese d lTh' fll i o ha v~e biee findr the forCa s acid e ittls'r VhtMtr Co llns maiale oful g e ralep w kith la nce levle. iehe n, a I( bEig D aortte r l

.0trie to he wramed. t. r r recoil upon i... its- o gn r wih tw -fl f rLt -esect"irawaswshownoby.
nilthe fame 'rue tois brase stil fearless interest.--[.Floridiin. v++T '+ .. ... Mr Mc lln ', haebe-~ ac~us ,'bar durtring ie sittink~ of the late who wt h hintt n o ., apen bu-h is" bue s,1 ail,, seua 'vwe opu+aia vr hv
-. ,x-enses at hisaloal o.icoep., as sup.rnm c ,aivenion oorae Iadi,,g whigs. Whse viompt.*icothe,, t a.
w'hain- w ed' The Broken Sword." .lder ol Indian Atthra. within the )e-nmt:rtia ahes lie mentin-d, tola. h1n that the had ue ol one othen- ,t .e if u 1tm48
;r kllden-, wings+ across out L~orders, he+ 'The ('oiIroan Lhe Ziiel ot' .bIth daneriny a epace of ovar 18.1-2
eAlly as %an ab l. unr V O T E lik e d-,. mPR O V IS o --in 'ntdo- fe i n ,
tra~toall~b i~tatesirnan hi4 i thSe vit lb (Oi4Arriai i hatsioa er: Iws h'rer,~ mi neijol fhscanr eelke dumb -ing otimthis Tof(eiic it h oir a GM A5ADS~EY l.pn

or the w as -at as t' a th. the o s'a t de," the drew the later mnpcm the ui, nemy. an1 cqsl'-s upon Wai w, --anhis judgment, the'

s'Aol "b 'Ii;dt6 h w atn~ete oa brav n wh wa prsn .. yeaovrs" | eWpemse o thel'lr; o aridn ot, tIrm 'a ) to" p t:; U: e7 t taux idlw rapd toth qle'tii o:.lveyar.
11761 -1 With a'thoroug4

-,- Iv l~ tn l11ed h n e ia nes e, rl:^, her .ic roumaid 't hl=t o c a stest m p e 'l And ....C s ..~u apply M -es would cth rt all beoe hiin-BcjYo"i fo his life. -,e 'l, i o rl ,s tln t aeu ass., e-rthao of h- th ,.e 1di ,st'iiii. ai e nuinet
~~jmesw~~~~~~t'dge~~an wh the hitrtt oef~ttia h iiAfHmlm h e votelwas( -may
under discussion;,na Ear 18n1 tjfy jt be readtly p h til.kdflf f. 1n
Pn -o st.- lao The gaierllli wIe'nt.ihntrst rniIs-o h ;osttroi n r
*nle i'sli yaiai rdaaus Nhr, Cgtpd 'allV

atb- l n. qu- s on" wit .forte,, ,, ri ( d m pre 'en n te fa-d'-'.l-, repea. he fo' l a,.. p r coim ne n st ait uon w na~ e ch tfr n i r w and u i.. .. .I in -t --~ a ,l-~ li O at+ iaet, .. .. : '" '' w he li be a ,. U" | O .. w r a ar e l a s f"ul q ws a;t wi b....-s e by r et '"
PewqsYtAtiA Ai corepndn allt abc by sc ni .d W irof

beu i-nn' eq d'e by' u fae w, h 'wa j dby hos ag-m ea .u a inst-';;,, -L,.i- .as Het mos su.ch~ tmes m3expensu ,,- ,es nm -u-. havcadd~e : hsefaro pl 'am u|,-. .,. e.. r to his L h r. .i.. speche ot.. the..,.,
,'~ I lyane is, lfttVt Mdi ak tbr-kli -2a2d e3eee 4, s5.vr of'y 7of~ IFdi frome Puntyivinia. in the Wa htngo n I ro sasat id'- no d feya checke mo erp UOlh- orsir'tiewi bj c:
.!eshiectetton -oLh- ewhive a kttet' aicri Squire- ailrs exc -thttl whole 'w receiyed ahe far (,00 Ee r
amnoengst~bmen nndltrue let Wtoher' b pib hxel are is vgror ious. Th I genrale scra m of laug htr il thena c asM t ochc lvey w ee i
9 lrftOctpE)ilg~luid-a-tT eado u leii hgly ste d ciiis&1 'b th e i rs t peer. otaif- apr e t 9PO ye ita nd -ne rd e3 l)~lgil' i-bc
0; fra t~ilers-vs E an, chl: an tgtm n Gic. Cthe bwith 'clary en riyv-Odctu pih sa-slii htil
brae v'Oacouers. m t~e t~nc~cua buait, ~ tre sbject W& t U Gim .,ci~rcb, Aid icidenly 1 Qen pary isewellorgaiized aaadunite to tn-ctintstraim- fei'vof da. 'rttere sood Cn.or
4 h tilo the se~asrir bsfe tr o u piters, Qfthiiy 4 h mi- Peas r- a rt hu15-i)p.r aci 3 ; Gih in ll- e1t"nin 01 y n.o er.e iiog:rjcty Wpeainram it ea aiioI iotcf'on fss hsIorihttssyfb tth r
iiinraadidmflmntitn arid' tii'ti5 w as def ate.s tti How low thir ''nteg, (se 'ocN 6sh ill" hu"'-ssv rv int n -Ne allrh-ritr tha
14 f" no has, sn'rlc emef l do 'eh I' _t ceb as d in tii i oued f r e t eir ve d 0r act m aidm a e e ll y b i ~ o t P d r o e o p iv~ c
in a,6'on th e iidstaft ,, .--.. .. of.. '. ."'i -c : "use (, e doe 1,, p.). a nd ) a c ",izt hi wtho, a t N aw Y oran olo f m is was ... n. hib 1 thea h beno=. slaer in,. Ge rkr,, -nor
i3. OS'iac AUnAa tA na W allrener t Ient fld It em ad wi bdefso.rThe taveftnen s a or dle s tito'se the a wrd sbto Con-
la k h _. --.. i fti so en-agar e s u fact s,,-- a fas h o so 'lo ,0 0 11%- ,y s ha e .= Q aj had muspk i t ns om, $41 Ite whic .t+p ,= o th r were ,.. .,A!.IIN~ yV AX & fi. .. ... L -J L -;-Prh e
re t drva b io l le-rd i ur A li t he ay or f n re r f r h e a hlov Iw r -itlf- 4 u e- ." J 'o B l e l SI~ l i m t o 15, \.Id H e
-e eud of ba teq u le a e be fl".. .'" his, ,oo be c is, of't ae tl@CQ rit ,, o e m i e' r, ha e x e d motha~ n-:on s -,sd": : iu l ,,c r so n e a,|d urtV Ital w a .lk i.'n, Ito ier ,,Pell t e e ! t n r .ne
I!11 c u heditrN a Sno~p -an at .... on ... .,h;tp a l tle, fi[r|. aln blnr ' ll|,and *+ $ _1" .p li .. a. ... ...P w or, a-.ro;ilel Cla, ,,g in ii+, ~"Sre a lr t an|),d oi. fain nler ;'lip("S : '"" :
127,,0 2L novel co,,ntry hi n eti n t ,,i est em e 0ftl el gtL ls PP),ut uill' c h tasgi v d own ie, irot-'i bi In ,tt there
I. .. ,.".k ea o'o ldan h ," ',, .. Lin ac,,b tmliicd;nty g~ n.\: _= ,-j Pa il c rr tensvva tldca'a _; ,I ., 0- on.kasha 'n rgh t sy .

rope- iiihetherto Vit 'dmocrac"Ii', theb..-. wteused tito intTe. -reeiata Am .-. ther.e.. .. h um
1-i elEe1h is pro-;pectll'ofet ia i te a rr7tu':c '"- il------- M 1761 -
..rth ..h-. -.a-oinhhh S 'i h eprospe nofelc ,, ;ses ad Supriendent an, Agent for o. W hve th m.t id.t of his n c'l m ,, h _,,,iWitmot
.a ,Chadanbr-ior ,t b.hejsti .... Th.& ew itoun ia i an i caed su ort .. ,e h o t our ocrticket, nal dn,-p, e.5uaS p in nJ1 ....U.A,,a it, ffor h e p le o t
a4rdii-eCifian- of-tl.--lic'h 's p ntin is rms-i' s -calIled- otit by the-se aIt- numerousOttSrrbe's cci Icunans n'detaks superiiit'ia'Ir'racy whichfdairk[theelaw di 'y iding coflelciare inesi'iiy iji
-:p-vur a'lae~dir the ervic of hia ~~nmmt'y. --' cuse, mid m die riumtph -of ou ticktn til drran',ps thugh j iken-I eurs PrdibbIsdrildbe ken ouas ie'i-siolA
9 ,, -.niT-'p.,.e ILLK. .,,-Ohic n e1, I r ire hirm toW, p. frmA d 'dfr .w. i were jo"i:ly sarr. giri tor ult Ii a e and I ti uih-', repe i -lo a'b
Ametiba,.hMethe't 184Sf 'as decided by Mr, i.t, be w% s clearly P.n' P t- ba-k er acyei, t heir respectivealocal or
this sean, as on, of h-r hrtirhts, ljewelA- J To Ihe Ed,tonr of* Th At o exraatra. :GO*l"peenaiin. le al .h
I Bs~uSBh'i 1W ~th rauhi-'Wa'iUl, tried *S9fk.: j1n i-h Z-itiesvi~ll Coutrier of this tihdt -taeapnaiai uehl AYLOR meat, when he "ays in 'his Val The-guerrillas reeled in their saddle" eraieiS'~Gt.( J-
ev 'r~ noti- l heade d t 1it w s f r e p m e rious kt ters tls am a phie; hut not ane With laughter, arhd a 1tart of phaiit lea el L.,t-thre hr
p.'. f 'B .. i V d~i,,: I hotii,'6 An aritele headed '" T/y he t 11W a ,,,ut t M le" wa5 1.f,,r, expe te D e a i El he sav i lor h ._ w ,, rril ta r eld an the r ls.uned e ,,e X CFnOU but rhe 81 ,of
.goifI, a 1 )gwi c tt T. -:th., in t -n a et m t t ultra W /hig? It' .itnhst nirawhat C d (tor Roeir horses ;in-iomae-'..a.a e e, :. r u r t ',,a.
r '- tC ah..t -b oqanmit B rfoken Slwdrhl;" its which -it is' stated that. A -" the thPeasird item, ibaet conew t.a or, irir. wy p',t Cats. n e h C .
| h fripietih nr ^L oL sh oi itro ib he l hoi i'r m'f bre aking his w-d i bor k $3276 was for consvisati. h, e l HA KEL SyS G 'F R taid hiuL w r.o n i t m i i irc. it e p l h il i
's .Cii tn miLa-" t ne, or.rA.her-t c i tal" 'i t nae'- beanl] for actual amel ci-,'s:rv ex" iia hi tntat a a r11 s-'L a a hig ta W hig, the. i-,in mlz ofl hig purl rtid:tjher 1e' t, bytI t j
.1 11h4- in i io t s n r ,'- ... o _-, r, t w etl T .1.11 I.-. I, ,, W,' re t 0 0 3
'th e 'p ".ifrh y o C s o u n d replin p'i, w.as. e n. M- A rth t r l, a 'a JI n o t G eni L is p rai se s. P i I in tA ,. o r h is h i g a d a q ,a te r o v e r !'i l a r fi x anl sl inh ,.h c h rn t h h e a, r eo i i i y a d ih th e ir o.wIn. m a n-. fpi
*r B " s t^h' 1. r'hts ..y atld Aoili limAbts lir i4 lubreasek dollar w or ao indeei It,
tO" ; d n e t e .i ta
,.p I' fr. tl.. .d a'sti i ; i ntishpct sn .'. d t. ; ",r o i t s e, r kicIs b,.ym d his sbl,.ry as Q,,v"rrtt.did fWmr C s anFd B TLR Jd e (- ,...

has eve it i -elfl0nf% 8i' j~~ii,.l t~n..+t:r ...i. ... .u.. ..ea G nt.a~ ia exce'e., im .18 12 ye~trs, $1 3.457/ 50. MKRS+ is, an ,:(;v 'Lll; an;+dl~ C s cemt-IV t netile oterci
Bite dcbhsnw e k Anow atth: idf@ Thinl s ; xr co pe acc ~o rs l ishe elarog e 'n [o a rta l uhapwe o ugry-G
.hesrt i tha e.e t, used hi~t... ...i.d b k hi w.... ;, ,,rd at aicke!1 where. .en. 1 iss pr1mum a r h s su'n than an e. p r htCIA crns-aai, wa'slr r3,1-6asS c ,t
c.m~ttittlr.mie eto peie. n sre Cenera Acami fort' aur mervies a 7saia acaso iba
tI n IR v f o e n 0 b ill 11' eal I'~ t "

,th&e.~'i uelN +0Pmd -~ '~ J 't ...~h-'~uiiai ~ '~ i a ~ ti~ i 1 e ai fta ~ .Lce nal sttr Tnv h t it I (as
tiller, .tt1 .:r..M"lte accbued of,chhts' dha itn- i- r the S senate of the U-,,ted tat e i'pd m uch better Iav icepihit hi
1.i:m~tSIIJ t a a P a Tom," satdaa draarnkatd to hesto r, d ie. ur a amid igei l a o urse. h ti~l'tisT'ed'u bed
IN .. : ,' i d r i i a e r l t s w h P r e s h 'a l l J fi n d O .l e ,r h o u sz e I' .. ... ."

P Mnt 'a %.41$ikW t1 ra o a ,4 Qee4,h~'p G.ss at thipie 11111.n 'j a nl'th oai ro cinemllu t initm semt e tis eskr timvicrezr ;~ rla ~st humqt-ms ei' t at ne -d all. t 1 k a y 1'in ;at' e l k 4 t ~ ~
,a "n'. i i4 etd-,tn.enal wh tt ood li,- ai ty a d 'resaly ihi4'pi
LttQItk t,+"i +of+tmtuIIh~ ,dln hl l)h' b ,.,~If~ i~ qlI At hu'tja hc 'lca'to.o i 'ott -.. -+ ,.+ .., .. -, HI.a strl'i h mPmedasa. i -'t ag o d~i p'si it ""il ii ".,;, .'i"'e "/
~te Pa 11" Vol. tntatU Ihe lionr benrlo
.,iltil rovi*-nd'i All f leiI.ent ierurs, a shirt me Ineo-Tir, Idche i, h ,ra' r tla0v, d'IitiC h et-urst.b'-,, tiW .ud'g~i tb6 'nai wh.
T hese sill dvar if o.l,2apI- P C",veb C h 1(w ll sh i the y rheat wtell b l'o, tha t hasea a, d to home ,Is see o 'fu.e. ts eal i
-.ha a u er c d, the tce caf sI. n U P: "a wnl, inY no k t o' th-e .q o.J w

)mndAmiNhlii, :-iy~ik i .bphhstmarPrJ4h-wo e it j W ntbt qvirwonf4 *he onlay hts andnte r;part wase hitile tb)rln the di tmo
ob it viiis t4 i B.. mit@, oi t h a l r upinions. ltke e oros ays re, dyh t -ti mofld ,eg.i.m clv d antmd fasr, t, e, the s -' -int- '
iI pi'i'EII Men$ I iI+ +"++" *h ''['r hI i~ ta b-u Qflslaud: l+ r.' -I + + 'I -" -M+ r!O' ?nakc I do in dw i e t i. .. ..o... dm eurV ase s-ile cm pI~,-a n asco mer .~ [... .. j i- ha anI 9I ..... 5. I bmi I hn+ o P butjpt.. I':" I IIIII
"-4;- like O', L -- I tile d -" .41 chew lu r e.u
t b l l th'' l : '-n : .+7"' "7_c p-r e ,l i'i ; + l Q . j;- jjY p q j tQO e d .. .b y l ., n,h. h "-1 .. ..- R o l .. e q. -P i o k' ". ..
.. .. +t "t 00 ' ~ ~ re ,h sm t" !t kt~d'n o,11'11 ''wse'f .he ..b[ T. me. a'.re hanoiF-'t Whn live to' nhen ,f ed' is] to-nes which, u,, ,nutia, el,, -ov ... .. ve
; ii d th h + .i . '+ i l + + d .' :, .: . c ~ ., m d ~ e i S o +" ] t~l e .l ll l' l '+ + ' 'i p l .h e c ., ~ d ,,, p 'o l ,, + r o a t t ,,d g a d m t ~ n~ .o ..,, ? h o +- T I I I [ I ; ; .. m aI 1..h A ll. ,d,,l y. p r o l
.;1%..t~ "]"n W1" I.. -"~oiv .sp W"k m .L~ .. t 0.1 -0- 1m e r -Alc1 0o.-t.a o iet m ,ore.'7 hat "- a'. .. "+
"W .M WtLtS 1 nd' ;hl ti okt eSde nd a dollar to 'assist. leather humtiro,9 1l~r were seen' SC ive.

l-- -.-' t tth~d into hot .. .. ..
I. .,,,+::+o-:.. -,.'_' ...- k:b.ha~l nont

S A THRILLiNG ZET,.RT TO ,A,.,,EMAL their fayuvor on account of clothing. Any tIE_ D iMO RAT
Sr OfTU--tW,n; il the Louisville 0one l'miar with these facts,I st have T1'1, RAT!__
+.++,i:+ -'-- +" ~anticipated ,ha-ts aart.0f the allow+,,+++ to ";oa tii ls18S
Leioqrat ? s-graphic letter giving a tine c-allowane to Pen~ ia August 10 1848. P
orat agraphiclettegivolunteers would be paid in mojey and no P
vDunt of a great meeting in Bdurboh coun- one with a proper sense of justice, couI!d- DEMCAATIC NOMINATIONS.
"":ty: t which Garret Davis and Hon. La- bave'desired, or have attempted to reduce o s o t U Sat
zaru3Pwel, the Democratic adidate the allowance to volunteers tor clothing, For P ldet Uted States,
fo zarwhich formed asmuch a partot their con G-E .i'LEW IS CI SS 'c
for Governor in Keitucky, were the tract as did their monthly pay. IGN tc
* /; '^ 'v peakers. .Garret Davis declared that The lay received a Conairuction atthe
; Polk had made- but one appointment du. Adjutant iOeneral's office which led to an Fr Vice President,
;: unteers should be made out on the basis k(T UTL. m t
ring the war- that of Persifer F. Smith. order dtregting that the future p'0y ofiol- GEiN i.JU JLA
s the letter: "of an allowance of $2.6( per month -on OF KENTUCKY.
'L" .AfiVerhis (Davis') time was out, Powell account of c thing. As soon as informed -. -. .
_" se to (eply; and I caia saiely ay hat of this older I brought the matter before For Goiermnr of Florid&.
.- t.hve seldom heard a more powerful the military Committee. General Cass Gen U lI, Bailey -
Sacalthingdand withering speech and i doubt and all the members of the committee de- c ^I.IL .am 4
not Mr. Davis. aoidis whig friends will ared thatio-such result was intended For Mhn.eof oCongress \
rem berre ttttosc toul thasr' in_ lendy
re.eber i"o t g d.ay. E'ery or believed tobe deducib't from the terms Fon Wil"i'" o"al. -
,.' charge that Mr D. had mad, agaminstGen. of the Act tad resolved that it must be cor- Bn 1 I a
S ,Cas ,tand Mr. Polk's administration, he reacted or cMinteracted. -
most "riun-phacly r,"futed. 'But when he F-he d c, t or aElectors of Presounenl 4 eV. President
~ daiI li' n Y"S 1r Thze. orde, has been cnunrtermandpd, the .....b.. .
came. t-that xpression Mi. Plolk duli'ln w o h s b1ncon COL.. JOulN Mt LTON, of Jackson.
,Came ,hat xression r....4ug original alliance ol $3.50 has beencon- GEN. C. H DUPONT of Gadscdn. .
this war ha& ,made but :one good appoint- tinued and the cause of dissatisfaction has HON. G. R. FAIRB.NKS, of St.Johns.
Sent, and, that .s persifer F. Smith,', Col. been reiovived. -
?1. 1turned:tu Mr,Davis and with hi. eves Witi great respect., yours. &,. '
flashig iniidignant fire, said: persifer F. -. JirN. DAVIS. NOTICE.
,_" AN AC to provide clothing, for Vol- 'The members of t1e Cass and Butler
'' `;+ do ti~ al enu ka s ( you hear .. .
thi- War1 enuckiai. do -you hear unteers in the serviec of the United Club and all other Denmocrats art hereby
thatl ., Why. where is- Buthir?-the gal- States., Y.- n a .
liant chivalrous, and world renowned Wil Be enacted by the senate and Hu Respectfully requesteil to meet at'the U.
,liap 0. Butler one of the truest anld nobl]st of Represuntatives of the United States of S. Court Room on Minday evening next at
# f Kint cky *..sons-,B~utler, the datnnfless ,
,.;O sintpcky' sons- Buter; the dauntless Amerios in congress assembled That in 8o'clock- punctual attendance isrquta
';champion of his coultrys cause -n.m two liu of the' money which under existing'. ;t -
victori,,us wars-- he who stood .fy-Old laws is allowed to Voluntees as a corn- G .. ..
.H1ickory.,wen he.breaste.d the storm of munication for clothing the President b, TJ A ER, Presd
war and helped to roll hack the discipline and he ts hereby authorized to case the C. & B. C.
le gion o[ dEtiglmned,' and saved from' Volunteers to be furnished with clothing i / '
.lheclulche of a hictious and brutal sol- kind at the same rates, according to grades We areiidebted to Senators, WeicoU.
dierv the great mnetrapolis of the Spoinh. provided for the troops of -ht regular FooteL Allen for public doc.um ts.
illiau. O- .utlerit a good appoint r.... -r. hich we te t our a knowl dg.
I Tienil ,hy, he stobd calm nnmo'ed and fr hich we te.e our ackowldg.
Jndauntled amid ihekirl hail'of Monterey DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN ments. -. -
m d amid the ragin0s of that awful storm,; FRANKLIN.
ga'ja^Cim comrade,,, ht-tua slornr thes8ebat At a meetinE of the Democratic party Small Potatoes Indeed.
S L 'lertes and cary t.h.str0hg holds'of the e of Franklin County, on Monday, 3d o ol
...ol... 'Y I When the Ile imind was worked 'up,.
m/ 3*,ad there shed-rreelyshfd-his blood July, 1848, Col. ROBERT J.;FLOYI) hen the pu ind was worked up
.. idefence of hti country's honorand glory. was called to the Chair, and Samuel Ben- nto t select yver b thc non-appear-
;- I isi.n j > ,ewn nt our glriouq old cominonw at't, The object of the tnieoting having been Thewhig Prea generally, (as is their
Y ,;',tiui.is Kentckv heartisthe hiome'ofeve.iry stated by Col. FPloyd, on notion it was w irg nl ( i thei
.mantly nd noble VIltUe. Old exclaimed resolved !o appoit cnite todaf habit) chargedtvill.y upon the" ., Post
S Col. P'weJl inl a voice of thunder) oh fede- resolutions expressive of the views ot the Office departinelt. They said locofoco
ra wbggi whr is .. .. ili rh-co inibecilityr had kept
; ral wbiggeey where is thy blush' Here a meeting, and the course to be ,taken by villainy or lo4co ibecilit had kep
perfect -torrent of applaime, greeted ,the elo- tho piLty it, the approaching Eections. hack But t said letter has at length
. uem.w speaker; -;,-; +.h... M tsr,. W A Iain. ,ol,.rt May, W in.:, 1-. .....
M r.. Davis arose and said, heo did not Foster, Thos E. Gray, and Richard Par- made its appeaeince, and' tb mystery of
i ia.rend to -,y that Gen. Buler's appbint- kei were thereupon appointed said corni ,it hmg delay, l,) be( solved in ap X-
,,Tnent vwasa bad one. lite meant,.to say imtnttee, .who having retired for a few meo- poaure of :Gn. Tayleir's par-.inony.
bd Whc is -ad?' m enati, saoIn
thatmany were bhd hich is bad?' a m. t, again appeared before the meting, Yes:the letterfrom GI Morfehead, a-un-
04-Powel!. "Why Pierce, atd' others,' and through tLeir chairman, made the fuol. -nt o .A .,yu his nmi,,atin
Ssaid Dai.- "A.hl I will tll'vyou, fellow lowig nouncing to yr. nominationn
S itiztr,"'. laid Pdwell, -why thl,- whigs;dis- REPORT;: or the Presier.cy of the United States,
like Pierce. A dinner was given to him Whereas, At a previous meeting of th, was not takeitout of the Post Office by
,; af his return ho0imef, hv his ueighbiors and Democrat ol Franklin CounV, a re'solu iii., behcause'thee postage'one dimte, was
friends, and in responne to a s-nitirrent TeII 'tm wa ly -r etl., o -- ,. ... ..X ,--, 'AV-
hpotor of hinl.he-drn,utnced Tom Corwii rgigtes to the Natiun.,l ('onvenwiln shIour-"t pre-paid..It appears that forty letters,
'if Qhiu.-byew w'tW-+-.eh i,,-t* cl--- h" iih.truetcd .tnat in tnhe event of k, at -M! d#-d-- "i- idfferent sre-
,in the United States .eienate. at Ohe very tenipi by said -Conventioonto foist a, Wil- tiotn, of the United Stitel, so'nPor fern
time that Sdifta Aonna was-pouiring h's le- noLt proviso candidate for President on post market at Philadelphia about the
gions down upor the brave old .Geniral the coiitry. il- would he proper for them rine, when he miust have expected '
S,,al,,r ad his heioic, baf..--t-his Tom to pruoes, ;gains stinch action, and with ffical a,,nuncement of his nomination.
"Coiwin had invoked .the vv.ngeaic 'of draw from the Colveeitiun: And where. ih. t- th p:g; .- i w.,Ih
heavezn tponi Door cause, --and hoped ihe, as.,it is the OpitnioUof this meeting that n
Mexicans wotlil greet our soldier' with no snich aitemplt .was made by any r'son mouiited tc only- $73 he refused to
,, v. bloody hands.itnd hopiiable eravea. 'For voting in tie Gontyvutiorn but. on the coi ttke-out on Iccount of 'the- postage, and of
this the hraie Pierce has denounced him tray, that alldie jt'it:. rihts of the South. t,, :err e a, .ea 'e h I t, -
r~k. b:t .....t'l~rt ad r t: ".',+ ' "6)t[JI'Oe. tney~were'tetureno as- deadletersz
and all whigs of that kitlnev a 1r itors t" and her pe'ulir insiiulions, were strict ,ai1 i 't r n a dd .olytr
G~a~for thI is lyresp ite to tas.~ on 61a meacn and
their country and their Godaa for thi y, rep d ind prerved bty selectie,),. to ithi0 "t is a enhy .nd
-,Federal Whtaery hates him n. itsin. -T candidates, for Pr.sich-mt : and Vst n mortifying tiuth, that Gen. T1 aylor, who
m. most hear-t'rlmmesseapplauae.' i; Pr-side-Ut, whose past services t' the con, si-s rc-civedfromthe Gen. Government
l: ": -/ ;.'::. ': ; t try gi assurdc of aftyto all sections the way -|f salary and compensation
". Washington. D.1., TJine 29. 1848. the U; ii ',-. t hofte. or ,mileage in atteidinoi Court N'lartials
.1 > f 1. ." hJtsolv-d, TkIV h et, We disapprove of ,
C. H". Waddl Dear Sr- hve ~he,.ourseaotour ddel-gates to the Batt- &,c. $127.00 and who is nwihe owner
"A-6: plea~surot, to reply to-etmsS 6f the '26th- ll. .... .
nt .ant, pli a.is e xact, e 6th mofe.Convention. inreusinglto acquiesct ot, 200slaye. and in the receipt at pre-
Insta iclo. an ex.r ., ,.r i. the nomlitoation made by that distin sent of a, %erv large salary, refusedito pay
tedSanAngelsMexico,.,A pril ilj
ateSan- n MEXICO,. A'pril gpt guisltd 'assemeiblage -;atid that, however .
8e.r- ,t.. .nmuch they mnay regret a difference.witti $7 u pusae g -I.r e.
+The cenatre cast upon General Lewis those ge,nlenen, -we upniwdly and cordial- Taylor to- whom the whi.s, ascribe every
CQass -on- 'ceoc.t of a bill which was _.re- .y haft the. nomiualions of(Cass and Botler atlribute- that eobles ana elevates :the hu
pDorted from the Militory Cmemitee of the as the watchw.ord of Denaocracy, which a who hol him tip as a mu-
Denateduring thie preset.t SeS8i 'ide clothisff for volutitees 'tn iltiservice bright prottise ol success -in November desi of magnanimity an i generosity, could
of the Untied States, is- 'ia ev ery sense niei- ltt'at. 4 n.' ; trot cubdtje his avarncio'in-,,e's, so far as to
*utjust. Thait bill ,eowa- law, was diawn 2 R'2solteJ,'hat, m inthe choice mndf' pa, $7.80 postage on letters from these
from a bill to auihorizc the Pre..ident to byihe N:.tiioil Convention, of Gens ial ., .., ,;, ., -,t h
-*cal ci. twetat ev tho,,aued volunteers f;.,, Lewis Ca,, for the Presidency. they have same whi" 'dodaters, anol l ud ators. ()h

ihe further prosecution bo tho e war, with t ..ted :a well triv-l firm, anid consistent that men calling .thems.elv,- wh gs or de
Mexico, which last was prepared ii- the Leiasocrat-; -a patriot, who at the call ol nmoerats should brook sici contempt from
War D.-parinent ind bent to th Mtilita"Y h s coun-try, hay. ala'ays rallied to her. aiy man, and thoa vote for him,- involvb'es
...Coinminttee of the. seiate For the bpn. c.,,ev; whether in ihe field, the cabinet. a dpth of self degr:od.Oti.o int a' want o
efit ofllthd voluie.-rsd. th ,c nlt, e "n- or iadfendig her interits abrnad. + t..r,' ,he, o h n, t i t -h
.anmimreu.ly.decided to report th. sectlf : 3.p so ved, Tha; Geral l se- hnln toob"t .ou"h'
providing ior the ias-uol clothing to them alia O., Bretler, we have a di.ino.iiiahd of for a moment. It was humiliation
s I Iparatt.billiand tjiur ob Ltioto foItrtlhathi,+,in ,I ,,
a.. sparatbll and tlu ob for tht -e.ri prtnhiv. Of 'that name. eonscraCi- d mnue'i for thewhigs to take him up. aftei
-measure moe slieedy aciioue thanwas by te ips of W:,as!i"g..m his fivehirefi io be tdkeno up hy then, (,vh;r.h
~ I -- "i b y [ie' II C," I rll i s' I. i J be
antiscipat, d fo-the bill of which it 1was
ai.i..pal. d i>the bill ol h it was a Beil.r's." who-e private irtuos, couto ee. ,
section, t. .-+ '~ 's aHd public usfnlnie.s. gives earnest of a refuse he arwards Isrreard,) but
Oi my own motion, the ciommite chan true latri,, and acwu-vi-stmit Democrat. 0 vote for hint after such PXhibiiou ol
ged the phriseqlogv. oQ, as in their opin 4, Resoi.l'td..- ThuAtthis inm-etinl 1ap parsimony and avaricio)usness towards
Ion~~~~~prsmn areaidth |aItvuelth c|lnt-usnev
Sion torender the po-ilion ot' hevolunters, prrtvd of the frank, candid, arid mat tiem is regard to eif debasement" a
iii the motier'of clothmina' -less leiiicaIl avowal of prinemplr.+ mrade bv the B.,il i -, ". ,,,,. ,
Switch that of'l Ihp rI-gl r.rimny and the r.e- more -Co n on a cordl-ily agree lower deep- hey should now call Gen.
tion thus mi[ifled was reported by a inmin with the, ceitral Conteinieit'e-tofihis State, taylor, the herootf|$7 30.
be'r o the uominittce, rnot Gen. Cass ad. in b-lieviis ilat they embsdov priicipl. s
the serimi, coticurrod without division or a. Ibroad t nio,,h and strong enongli to pilrd e TrE WILMOiT dRovilo.-What is the
:meerhtnfioit. .1 iiclclse toyou a copy ol the aid nstiint ihe 'ieI'stitottioi and atllit8 Wilmt P1o' so. A delie-in gotten up
Sact byvieims I which vu will p,-rceit- cniprmis,tse. securi.,, ril-his .quadliy to) h% selfish, h-artlesi and unprincipled po.
That the purpose was to atithorize the vol- the Noith, S.u.th. Eastt acid Vet. w tt b -h
thetNII -.,S,,utlo pE.,s atInb\V1ht.s .. .. ,. ',s ,
nteers to'buy lohig from 'tlie nrnny 5. R -..olv..l, Ihnt we heartily approve c s woopetha y is 'astrac
stores uptp the a'mouitiof money allo ted of the ,cominuttis ofi Gfmeral Wiiliain Bt;ii- tioi" which can have no) legal, cons'itu
un.ler exisutn!r laws. Regulars are al-lev ffor Goenior, and \Willa.ni P. D)uval, tional or het-ticial,' ajcplic.ation in this
lowed $1 5 1 per. month oi account of E-q, for Representative in tiSe- next Com- countryy to o[,n a way, by which they
-clothing.iflthe soldier djaw less elothiing gre.is, and will use all honorable, exirliori n.-v rie to distinction. It is a mere po-
than is equal to that nanount the balance to secure their- election in (cmob-r next ,. .' a n, a i m
ja credited on the muster and pay rolls. 6. Resolv-rl, Tihat Fiaiklh. CouJiLty,.clt hlv a snare a p pared
be paid him i.. mon-ey Volunteers' are'. ever tcie to her- D, f n'eralic faith, .willt. ,1r h1- hot,-st and unstispe-cting, that they
"jowved $3 50 per moith on account of give lh,-'Tr Deinoeratic -caiwdiaites a ieo.ijnri- may 'b-come the dupes andt tools of poli-
it .. Tho bill. iiTclosd al"'ws them t t ihe electiors in Octoberr and Novem- tical spiraits. amd thus be d coyed from
i6,`o prh, ~a ZMY chost'lflnz ,at the Same s'jber nx h
b.Pruirehsp p rJ9 y btdhin. rat the same.er next that v% I prove her to be Demo- hoserinp.sn which
-~~~~~~ 'T, .. ", .. the support Of I hose,lIn incipll, e.-otnwhich
rates a"-" r 8grulars but dot's nol rquire .ctc to the core. 1
them to purchase more than mhevy requir-. The mereiieni was th n addressed by i8 founded thc permanency of o Utiaio
6n the fIld,.ir,.ops use fiLigue clothiniig, a Liir. Kaimi and Col PFlovd and oe motion. and tilUe happiness o r thb people. q The
'full allo4wance of which does not cost iwo Adjournted w'ith'three cheers for De- d-mocic i the North South,
anda halfdnllars a month). "Regulars, mocracy. Eiat' etr it Nrb Suc by
* Oerefore: ulder such cir umrnstauces, are R. J. FL .)Y D. Chairman. E-saild ,est, wl ilver be-seduced by,
W.qpqctedt6 haye a mdiniiy balauce in .. SAMUe B zsEEz.rf.i,et'y --: ssucha fatlacy,. -fiom Inheirdevotion'to the


Mr. Calhoun we are happy to learn ,ap.,:
proves this, as the most reconciliatory that-
could be adopted under existing circum-
stances, and wil, support it, We cannot
better express our own feelings in refer
ence tou the success of this Coipromise
Bill," than'in the language of the Editor
of the ,' union7' in which he asys." We
look to it as the bow of peace, and as
such would receivA it, not perhaps as the
bept ithingwhich could be done, but as
Solon said: the best which circumstances
would permit, incomparably better- cer-
tainly, thai t6 leave the queatioln uisettled;
far better than to. leave the peace of the
country as the. foot ball for selfish, politi-
cianas and maddened fanatics.",
P. S. We regret to state, that since
the above was written, we learn by the
" Union''" of the 20th inst, that this bill
was lost in thq lower HlOUe, on the mo-,
tion of Mr. StephensI av whig member
tiom Georgia. : '
A meeting of the Detnocrats of Peusa-
cola was held in the City Hall on Mon-
day the 7th inst, forth purpose olforrn-
ing theinselvye into ai Club to be known
and designated by the naIme arid style of
the 'Cass atsd'-B.- ler State Club" On
mutii0e B. F. Magee E-',q.j was calledto
the chair and Th.-_mas Couhlin Esq. was'
app, !oiited Se-cretary.
S The chaiimiraian addrered the mneetLing
and bridly stated 'hat the Democracy of
this a-ciint cify had been Sminsotied
together Iur tih purpose of forming a Cass
,ajd tile.r C;ubl tor di-seinitatitng the
pure ana M A i-rtesiun. perif .- 01 t lJeiE0"
racy, su'h as have been iculcuted by Jeff
erason and handed down to Ui as a rich leg-
acy fiom ithe sire to the offspring Hon.
Walker Atidersoin was called for aind:re'
`ponderd il a speech in his usual ,loqueret
slyl repletete with logic and sound argo
Mnaent;1 O1 ioniotit a committee was aap'
p.,iitted to0 draIt a constitution forthe-gov
eminent of the Club, whereupon the chlair-
man appointed the following genitleirn
to' consiitutle said coinmitiee viaz : Thomas
J. (Ji' ardner, Aaron Heidrx, Ddniel
Hill, and John lcAllisitir Esq.'/
11'Tie coimmmitee eictired and alter ashdrl
absence ietur-tfed 'ad presenitdM tot the
netting eIr its conasidelaiotI 'tlie ftliow.
ing cositslutioin,
Art. lIt.' Thieis as6ciation- shall 'be
styled the Oass' nd g Bitler Club, of Es'
ctinbia county.' aitidits' ohj cishall bk th,-
dissetnhnattlon of p,,liral tiitrniation a nd
tihe auvancement of the doetriires and prin-
ctiples olf Demociraicy; '
Alt. 2nd. lis offices hall consist of a
President, .' recording secretiaryv, two cor-
Srtcspondiing 6ecretaries, a treasurer, a.'ud an
e, executive cbonmittie of six ithe' duties
lof Which it shall be tG raise funds and to,
pricure aud- circulate u'nrder and by the
Ssanctione ad a.uthority of ihis ass political: tacts;;news paper, doctiments
& c., &c.- :' .. ....
Art. 3rd. The ,rules for the gove-rrinme-i
Sof this ':associationi shbil be the smirn' .s
those which govern other 'delitirrutie
bojdt-e ,A" -:.' ,
Art 4th. TIhet'qialifications for i'tn,'mbe; -
ship tile bpnii aid avowed Suppo'.t ol the
ntiuiiinet of the l ei iio ratic, Natii,,ial
Conveiition for the Presidency and Vice
Pr,-.i4r-ncy 'f the United |.as'; and
this a.s,,eijation hhal be composed ofall
thus., who shall sign their names to liois
At5ohstinutiou. La e "o ,
Art. 5th. The regular Meetings of this
Club shall be held once in two weeks, but
it shaUl be the prer,,gaiv'0 oflhe PProse
dent at his own instance, or Upotn the re
q'e.lt to, six members to cei, vr-nr an extra
n,,-et,,g whenever he or ;hey shall cool-
sider it proper or exp)dient to do so.
Art. 6. Th-re tall be iiinsitut-d by the
Prtsi.Jeit a cfnmeittee of Vigilance, coin-.
posed oif iaie:,b ra of this Club.
W hich havima been read by the society
Was unanitnously adopt e?.
TM, following gentlemen were nonninat-
ed and iscearniously "elected officers uf this
Club, viz: '. J.. Gardner Presildent, J.
McAlister Jos. Sie-rra, Donald Danldson
Sheppaid Gaylor Vice Prefideiis, B [.
Magtie Reeg.' Secretary, Wal'ker And st, ,'torrepoeidiieg S&-c'ty. Geo. :Viaih,-ws,
Wnm. Fe-lt, A. R,,si,-'r, Thos. Cnlihs,
.Jamefs M jrhf-ll, andJohin A. Plring.e
Executive (:Commitee, Tt0os. -B; Jeurisdn

I r-asurer, i ,'.. -
Cihmrittie of Vigilance Dillon Jordan.
ArrunkIHendrix,- P Knapps,'Henry

e i d mUllllJl I ) "UMf n .j t ,. ,

I .

it II I r R -c~- la. ~'IT.....-c--lr -W- -"I llllllllll~e 11 I

thl~rlp-d,) by the arern s sf on (it-the w dl .- .. ., .. :
I d in- s s.uon < n 1 p^.' h, lr[ bos. t, y p. renLtin ,-[ othli, ,,
a 31 wf i rch, 1847- a,,,l t.,jtwo ,,-i P
i.of3 : Irch, 1847 ai; t- t: P. p."ople the LUnied StdtS 'two of our
1tv Pay, asters ab au11orized by i.he 12" 1ns disiithiuisled citizens for tlhe highest
st ctiono the last miutii,.td ac', the two offices in l tle repuhlic- ,
piiiicipa1.M,,.,iciant, allowed t peach rgegi .-,olved. '1 hat we cardia'v and en.
1tu.1tl ofartil-ry by the l81h ,sectiion ol ttuibiasticslly approve thi.- notiinilto,, orf
file last 'tinitlimnd act be,atid the samp is Gen LV iis (.a.,of Mk .hi_,an. lor l ref-
hereby.repea-led ProviiedI that On vacncIy tdett, and yen.. av m. (. Butler, of Ken
hi|>poning under the provl.inst o re ,uekyyfo, \ire ), esidni; ,an.d that. we
peeled shall (be filled up .untl further 8h will use every honorable means to insure
thorised by law; and provided l.iherit-rhit ,hir el,,-inn.
jhe lTen.'ddtienoii Pa mdasters. apr.ointei Res(,lvtd, That the whple history of
th virmoofsaid act0o1 Marc4..bd l847.sh11ll 1-wi, Cass has bren one of s.ead
b- stained in service, until. 4th March. lion 10 country, and ol under IlLing atlach.
1849. L meit tio the jurtst principles ol republican,
Sr:c. 4. And be it'fiirlher enacli'--, irn, Iromn .he period ii.oi- he br,,ke the
'"'hat all the oficers'of (he eld army. who si ord whi'-h he had wielded in defence of
reeevrd appointments ii. aiy o. the -Ad'lt his cominuty. raliher than participate in a
itional re-mim,-nits raised fr the war with diegraci-tlui aliid tr-asniabli sutiiender, to
M\e-Mi(o. ,,hall be restored in i'heir formt r this, w h-,ii adl hi, ne-i ges have b"e.n de-
,ie2iiniitt, or corps, and rank, as addituonn ,otfd to the ,Ulqpi|ri o 'a war ,which has
al offict-rs ofthe reseclve grades 1, which ,hed uniladigi lubiro Uptin uurcountry aqrind
they wold live ucceedad and to 'hiiihlj het glh.rious i-ots. .
thev shall 'now sti-ceed in'virtue of their liesidlvoil. .That thliroiilout the pwat
fonrner c'iutnissioa: Prvid-d that steel- ,ow clousd, L- ,is .'asbss i.s evhibiit'd
oiffic-.rs so r stord shall be real th 'Pre-identi, l.y and wirh the advice aim, -ihe arriy. ini, ihat heJE ,i,.,iic4 lariy.ier
coijeii of'he St-enae; and piovided t a i filed to tleiir adnmiraiiiin ;ind regard.'
the nixt v;tcalcv, happereniin i uh grade Resolved, That the wanly proU-st me
ol'f such reszintiwts or res to Wlhich they hy "him during, his fission in 'Fraitc
succ,-td, shall noL be fillt-d a ,gaisrt the *;uuatthoiiz(-d iieerfrenrC"
Sc 5 And be it further enitted,-- (tire-atened I y. tlhei allid powers f.Europik
That the ,,fie.rq, inncominitSinTted. oTfi ith our d>-m,.,tic 'iiiimiutirs. m hile itJ
cers, musicians atnui privates. -'ngaaed irn was tie- occa1on" of hii rturn.justly en ..'
the military service iff the UJnhied States ties Ltewis ;Cass.-to .the.gialtude oflj ,
in the war with ,Mpico. anil' who sPiveb -tire stuh,, i'.lu:.f e.ty l.tover of cons!
out the tei li of their enpageivnelt. or have tLtional ritliti3throughit iherep.ublic, fa
been or'niav be- honribly disc harmed; atd ,s 'in stricL eonss'.a.n WWI.i iLh his 1Course"'
first to the widows. second to the children :the councilt o thbe i.ti.. ,., l
third to the parents,and foutitthtoik.-e broh b Rei l d,, i j ,fi
i. .. .' ; ., , ' :,.. :: ': .. I'



,inciple of tbeir ,party. aid naMade. to Johnson, Jos. Hernaand z, F. -, r. Cuom.
lmserve the revenge or ambition of un- mryns, P. Conway' D; Jenks, J. *Kreiz.
rincipled-or disappoint ied pohlicians, i Honacke.tP. G.nzales, abstiian ar-
*- _- ; rtos, Peter Rochblove, J.XB Griffin,
r< ,yrp.iifWestley Williains. J.i Z. Vbavis, WIm,
...ongresSlonad.. A Bell, E. J. Leedom, David Williams,
THz COMPROMISE CoMMITTrF.-This 'ihos; Fell, Edward Old Mixon, Wri. J.
oneniitee have atlengthi reported a' bill bDougherty Elihu Purvis, Timothy O'-
t the S'enate proposing the establish. Dohoinzhue, Charlesa N. Jordan,. John
I ":I '= ; "Morgan, Wm;ivWaters, Abraham iUstead.
ient of Territorial governments in Ore-. "ra Wn tuyhn. He b rym .Slieth.
J. Salter, J. G. V'sugnn.Iltnry.Sliegh-
on, New Mexico and California. This back, Ftiroco Bonifayv, P Touard, Oscar
bill is now before the Senate, with flatter- Mitchell,-l Frai cis C. Pinider, Jos. E
ng prospects of its passage. It estab ishes CaroV. Bortes, D. J. Quina, Mannl
-" "t fe P 1 naines.' H'enery A. Nunes, Cap. .Jos
n its 33d Section ,the. "non interference" Shomo ,' enery A. tiesa.Jo
principle in reference to slavery by de. On motion of J McAlister.
declaring thatthe territorial g6vernmentshall Res0olved. thatt the pri'eedings of this
pass no law, "respecting slavery! &c. meeting' be published in the Florid.i Dew
; ..." 'ocit-onmotion the roneefingad',ourned
Mr. Clayton in his spe-eh asserted, thatc.ao motion the mtig Jrd
; ,. & e di~e.-
several other propositions on the subject of MAe.GEE, Chairman.
slavery in the territories were submittr-d TTHOMAS C( NI01N, Rec'ty.
It.. i.h. r..mmit* e i A -. t 1 e, ,ra r. ioplc t|"

ers aiiid ,isti' ol Iucsli w ',,"i.fiWa T'h'g`'1 bn1c
killed in batil-, or who died inh:sirviCe, l
who have. be-n honorably discharg
and first l) the '% idows, second to ibe cl'_,
S, thiid'thlo ihe ptre ntik ap'd fuutthi
Lhe broihets.and sisters o(.'uch who h
_g been kille-d in battle. ur wh.o di(-d|6
service, or who having been Ihoioriabil
discharg-d, have since dted, ,'or'im
hereaoter die, without receivileg t'hethrd
tioiithi pay heroin' provide! for.,ha
be e titled to receive threemoiltls'exti
pay: Providetd ihai this provision o l thi
fifth section should oply apply.ieo those .
who have been in actual -seivice during'
,he w ar. .'
At a very argo enemocratic meeting,j,..
held at Bentui., in Columbia co'jity, on.
saturday, the Ist day ,l July, A. D .848;1"
for the burins' and B3louniis' lrT'b!
L-q, wa, ctalltd to ihe Chair, and Air. "
Ruburt BiuW n %as appointed Secietisiy.
Capt Jacob T1'. GuQdbrt-ad mv.' the -.
ajipoinlmuntilet oil a ConillilLtee of five to i
ddilt leb6l.utious, expiecsive of tlie eases.
ol this nct-iing in Iclationt lothe emoo-
cratic Na.t.ni nutinaiion.fur President .
and % ice Presidtnt, and also our State :
oniu:unatibO hur t,.iovei nor anid ieprwean. '
tattve 1to (ungress. In p4rsuance of '
wiich iiinuthll.tbe Chair apppioieb rl;-s.r, .
Jacuhr T rodtrpd, J anie>,L.J.I "Ii '
Carre, Vananot, .Shubat jut1.s and.
1 honims tliuxl i.u said coSidurit.ep. ,
'Ishe Mnsioeitte. retired,e and after
a few q.niontlnets.. Leturhed, and by their
Chairman, Capt. Uoudbread, reported
the luo lowing resolution,, to wit: .
shsolted list. '1 hat the Iebolutions a-
dgpted by the late I)etinocitic Ndtional
.onveitioiun at Baltimnore, are, such, thbat
all LDrniicrats, built North, Soutu, East'
ied e VVet, mniy unite thereonr, and do bat.
lie, without comprunsisong in the lVhhat lb I
peculiar i.,Lertslt of either.
Resolved 2d. TI-ti the present cris.i*
in the.affairs ol i.utope,a,Ad the pla liLr
situatit) ol.ouy, Utiernieeuit, dernaiids the
so.t'Ctloti of atae'smaii" aid dip'ornaist "
uof experience asd acknowltdged abili'iie'L,
tb' fill 4h hWgh office f. POiesdent Uf tihese-'
mncted ita-tqs, mi-ld lhatl, ew uIIs, of
,aicuigan, our fihrist choice..
hesulved 3d. Tiat tor the office of
Vitee- Presidel.i no ini could uihave been
selected more to our satialactionra than V% it
.,ain 0. Butler, ol K'niucky--tiih our
priucipl'b+ inscribed. on our banner, acind
aud with such standard bearers we ar .
ready -" -.L do or die."
Hesolelve 4in. That we have unbounded I
cuntdernce tu tho abilities and te rling'
iitelglty 4 r Lien. -A n, l.Bailty, mmd IUrom
ioiig acquantl.lcet do i gilbi eal tstly r-cumn-
4'ittJo.ui the. su44^yj^LDLLjbeiLcjsHens7
,p Flohiida oar the oitiqe O of U verne r .-' "'
S"sld 5th. Trat the fih i.
Doion,.'. tle H ,iter oii K.t4ilucky.tn.,
r'. DuVal, is tiel man el out choice lturep-
leSillt us Il the rgexl Con.rt-.sa.
.it liOtionl, It wa ,Udertid, 'I hat a copy
,thbe p iroce, disg, be- torwared to tie ,
,ecilral (oniiretitie. oul .Curet-pondence at.--
l'allahaasee, and that all the i enocratlio
paupe.rsl ne State be requrasted lto pu4lsl4
ihein. ., .. + .
On motion, the meeting then. adjourl--
t.d. .r
ALEX'R BAC. I LOTTE, Chairnam.
HUBT. BKOWN, Jr.. Stcrtlaqy,. .-

Ch iAIR~.
At act adjourned niet.ing of off oicer ,InJ
mrnl comp,,,inig th- 3d b, igade 2d diviwiom '
voiuotl -rs. -.li gaidi.-r (.en. Laue in the
chair. .the proce, dicngs otthes;.previousue
oie-ttineg were read and apiorovo-d. +
j;b'( LcoinmnifteeOii rfia.,oehtii>|s then re'
ported the luhluwing preatnable and remo..
h..tieoiir ( I *
Whereas the Democratic Coonveiotion
ri-cen.,y, s6. ewbled at B.ltimonre have

i From theN. 0. Delta.
'As ther"ia. rmuch arxil-ty among inilitary
men to learn the exact Dro'isions of the
bill which has just been assented to by"
both Houses'0 of congress. aboultely repro
ling' all provisions or law by which any
of the Al'jorGtenerati or Brigadier Geni
erals of the Regular Army' or asy of the
additional m;jors Qaartermaste, s uigeoiis
Adjultiii Generals, and Assistaits o0 the-
Regular Army. were to go out oltlihc ser-
vice ; at the expiration of the war and
providing for thepayment of three months
extra pay to officers non commissioned
officers inusicians anid priaoes, who hae
served out the term of their engagement
or been honorably discharged- We ropy
the bill at |legh as we find it itn the Wasti
incton correspondence of the N. Y, Jour
naT of commerce Ir
An actto-amendf an act entitled "an act
supplemental to an act entitled an act
providing for the prosecution of the ex
listing war between the United Stles
arid the Republic 'of ilexice," amd bor
other purposes. -
SBe it enacted by the Senate and Hous,
of Repre-sentatives of the United Sta(es o61
America in'congres assembled, Thatr thp
proviso oofithe first section of an act, .ap"
proved the 18Sth day of june 1846. in. tIV,
Iollio0ing wordsl. 'That when the wut.
% ith MeZico'shall be terminated by a di-fim,
ite treaty o[ peace, duly concluded and ratio.
filed the, number of Mijor Generals in thr-
army shall be reduced to one- and the num-
ber of Brigadier Generals to two; and ti.
Pris't."of the U States is authorized and
directed to select from the wlhol number
that may then be iii office without- regard
to-the dote of' theireoninssiim that i num-
ber be retained and cauSe the rewmin lei
to be dischartred fr,,m the- service of the
.1t I Q.-.. ..u&-udl ike' ,rne. is -h rebt
repealed; provided That no vacancy hall
pening inthe grade ofGe-reral ( )flicr sliall
be filled utp uniilthe ilumb-r is reduced t,.,
one ,xj. Gen and two Brigadier Gehriiials.
- f/ec. 2. An' bhe it further enacted,' 'h:i,
so much ofhe exisin laws as re-quir,'
the discharge at the ologe of the war with
HfXidco, rone additional Mfijr to each of
the regimentiof fd'aooor.s artillery infant
ry anid ritlemen in the army of the.Uniiet!
:Sttes who were appointed or 'prorioteil
under the ichird seciion of the a6c passed
,on the 12th Febuary: 1847 entitled an aci
to frais(f4ra limited itme an additional
military force and for otheTpirrposcs,' be
and the same is her#by repiealed 'a -
Sec. 2 And be it further enacted, T at
so miuich Aif aid act, pha',H '6n the 11t h
Feludrry, 1847, as requires ihe di,chaiLr.'
at cloe of the war,..4,. M'f-xico, of two'
additional $-urge-ons anid twelve e additional
Asistant urgeosis as'aitlonz-d by ihce
eighth section o l'said act four :QQuartr
masters a authorized bY the 10.h ection
of said act; aid -.o.nich of the act passed
on the 3d ofpMarclih.as required thi dischar
ge. at ihf close of .the war with Meiio,
of an Adjutant Grtene,,wlikhh, the rank.
pay, ;&,, of a Captain ofC'valrv as au




in the late war witC ret Brtain. when W ciip tiue loilowig ruiU "the li
hL doi. Wits Illie!,first to press oin British Boston VWhig 'i"
*o i ail when as aid to General Harrison at L OST i L OT i L OT 1
i," i. .t t +. s.i.ILO'S 140lt ST I JLOST~ I '"
"the battle t4 thFhaie e, lie iobly volun. T *- WHI PARTY
Selarad as a prive, v nujolned.in ife thick- TJ" W .......
-stothe f ; -at the ienof aden, The City Crier was busily engaged
j trwd. ftty i.al the .n 61 ....et o th ycterdav afterntooni in our streets ai.d al
iL.t 1nd., finally, in 411: 1ine:e ipgkiii l ltpo ofll I he{ .; -
r n.in h irthe gallant soldier ,leys, cry ie, for whigs to attend the Taylor
.rpaln-- an w hitim tne gallant SOlMlpr .. .. ^ y .
nd 'the+ ardet ptriot ;that hjs conduct meeting last night, to hear another South'
a"dthe ardenlt' patriot ; that his conduct ernev. j
tani.tp ,,.,;, ern ~xtnsion speaker
a $ govermor of M .lAgan, h- effirtoncy as t hag come to this The Whig
:! ._ ,; ,. It has coatthe to tits ln v g
S8reitary of War. his. whole curse fc party is lost in the city of Boston.
nolt when minister to Franco, and after Y
.i. return. as seiator 'of the United _tate, Evidence the of popularity of the demo-
.mark him thesable diploilatist and the ac rtati nominees for te Presideney aud
,, Comnplshledl anda sagalelona st4tesmnan ; that Et,.,C noinees.<., f. t nP~res'idec ratad1
.Complished and s gtP ous teman; thatar Vice Presidency are pouring in from all
the add ,ars Pbyhden Jeffeaon pro- quarters of the Union. With the excep.--
S ( and prepared by hili when a iem- f New York, we know of no eastern,
+,lor of the coeitlmll~l of UUOhi, exposing
e of' the conveton of Ohi. expo ioren or western State which gave its
the design of, Aaron Burr, evidence that n d Dallas, that not be
ven while yet a youthful pioneer, herolk an alls, at is not t he
... i.imtl m" du of tr .. relied upon .or Gies and Butler. The
Wl Viglantly mind ot he, 'o defection iU New York, and 'the move-
,is, Gov,ptry, and determined '.to protect
i' cowry' a de d pr" t c meit of the bapaburniers in that State, have
I .. '. had no other effect than tors,cure us the
u ,' hatS hns bold and- constant State of which, however, there
Lie 64614 in mhe uregonp cuntrO.
tlhe g Ucr.,Lr.' was no reasonatie. doubt before. The
,, illlyrecaiiliientd htmi to the
w-ia rec tmmend him tub .f t ct that the whig national convention did
.. oin ,wma an. pbtp o th e hi il-. not dore to put forth any platform of princi-
:"ll 4theO 24gitv wearj *iWnle hscn i. akt.rtrna't,'lilI-
isternt suppotL f the aeixatt. olef the i 1was but adec arat ion of weaks-.8s-
,1 40'iau,- publici, no in t an acktiowledgetliilt that :they could not.
lone jt1te the m b itcest" of ph... ode W.oldd te and did not, hope, to stind before the lem
mbrcm o Aer older sisters, will guaran- ocratic masses -and thit their only pros
171l0, Mo n h hr ghtlkude bid htta moment pect of suceess lay in the chances of pick
'A solved, T hat the5 p oor oy,; w h ~ Ingrt u __ +.,
S......go, lf l s Now i' .shire lg up" disaffected democrats" and in .
*i aoq ud ani. the ll hs u I h" u^'- curing the "cast-offs, the odds and enis,
' O. a tlhe o hl and ta-rag and bob-tail of all parties'" .
r .\ W r the wtllk -fo ho:, will 6* placed Trhese, tWas sadid, would ,all go for old
t.e unu6aght sufragesotb peoot t_.e Zach," who himself made no' dec.ration
4 r. % lheit~dffiee 611 Itit.
t1,;.,jd h ha we g......... .... : of principle fox'the cinclusivd reasron that
o Kiu'kThat. we M o' nbur' he had ,ot formedi'any opinion on the-
,6) at-,r ol Ketacky, te &rsi o'1 barnburn .. i
.;;.h-a tile which he 'a. richy ared grate questions tnat have divided the eout
,c,"du'lt at .h"'r~eq R .t, wheL try forI t$1e' la.t qujartr ota oientury. Vte
'. his couduct at the.ri -Rai'si n, when rok upon which t.e whig. p.rty hao al
0 cfae ac ol thouualde.If' I ridiata bullet, ys been wrecked, is its contempt for the
.tbraveyvolultt^e^ed Ito-IM fire to a barnI ....... of : Be'ause
Sn nwhichl the enemy were posted, and ir i a s cas
.7f wi+nch, they wke 4ealli'g destructionI General Taylor is albra-ve andl" successful
orwlh a h e ean deuctisoldier, he is "se ized upon as an instrument
.... out aayncing Orat, w, which they hope toni"ke available to the
:, Re s Rlolved, T1 hat at N'w Orleatn, while ..pi.t.of tir enl Onty gel
in conand of ht. regtinaeut. h dt. eomphshme Of their eds. Only geth
.. ....... auttry llh1n the Prrsidenti chair, say they,
'iiSid *'Ulutry 1 kto biAduties, obtained fr hiin a place not an.d must of h i "3
_. r to aty h ia P that counsellors, who will give the piop.r di.
inferelot[.0any in ihe e-itltlation oif that '. ." '; :' At'-thenort
iliustilous patriot, solaier, aid statesman, rtctiin to his administia'iein .Att he north
thev hold hii *up a. a Wilmot provisoist,
*, A nd re w J a c k ril. .
,, A itdr.wJackn. ': _. and quoto his reply, to ihe editor of tuiegiJg-
Resolved, That ii' -conduct as major whtch he e his wrn colne
L41:= '' i " a w "hal, in, whichhe glive his, werm co!linlel-
..l.alol the ariny, .riguthe war wih n dcd a roval o the p-
0w'eziicojust now brought to a termination atioiof the oidihence pfp 78l to to he PPov-
)has blier that ul a gallant commander; of the- t the o n-
". < .. j ,.. eminentli 0I thie terrlnultes. At the sonth,;
an'i that \\hell circuiiistinucs placed hinm er.t A s .-
.i ief c iniiand, ,obly ,. iee .d they point to his two hundred negroes 'to
I chlif comnmand, hle nobly rloeemled tihe -- ...
:+, . -.. ., snhowtbat he. musm oppose it. In the
trust placed in but, by the administration, r ; b i t. h'e. th .. oi., o, irt. ,h i the.
t.e' m ,i .. o a meami time they wilthold Iron him the oeffi-
all~ istdirl~lnedlhcunntlence Ol al ailnlrnng ,. ,, *. ... I
ad, justified the L *ii o h admiring. cialinfotinition of his nomination by the
couiiry,; that it .Voterey he was not be. m f f
hit 1' bi a.d b fm.t Philadelphia managers, for fear, doubtless,
lhindl t lorert,. anrd borel.rom t i t the pla.n old oldie.
etior4le. field a wound d hich he will that ien his rel hmstolf itoothe lfra onkl oly. er
MP'/;"I 'i dlghllt express h1;ms,-i Itoo franklyy,
liriv tuto his grave as an hionoi-ble lesti. "t e p .re ,
..r ,y. a an lt is surprising that with all th, lessons
Opui~o1~nti pk rlltictsinm in .he fight. th -
'' 1 ki-'W1o-1' *lt' P ... in be the whing have received, they cannot leanrL
!ll~ /Jl~ub!,ta41 il o ls muli. 1 ]' .
t hai. -.i ,iat. t, people oflthi country are not to
Wry -',.. i a -. .... -, be humbtiged .o cheaply. The ,-qus-
"I ~ ~~~~ ~~ tt olI,_ll# llrye ntlli,. -, -- -
c ', : .. "Bank and State, aud of the Independent
po:, i u. K.tid rlsotl .:st'a l *ea pur- Treasury, have engaged the earnest itten
poises and pig.e o o e u.d : p on, of thi& s nation for yeajs, aud is it to b e
principles ot liberty, marked him as one h i -to r y e ...iuat i i o b
.1hrmI supposed that' any ,otYst. man who ha
ofnd trust able, itdepea.dlit. effective, t ,. p i hem,.going to cst aw,
Iand tru.l wor thy tf 'LAtesie. hi patnidate opm asho ,in them ? Th.
S resolved, Thatl the convention :which i,i' a -.s I Th._
oi-aed Lewis S. and W. 0. Butler pliiiciaiins by trade, and the "ols.and enads
I PoixiOllnated Lewis Ctsai~i and t .ilte _-_t.e I .- i._
d '.l '. *d .,Lie tai rag and bobtail of all patties," maiv
a CAve acte wisely, anm iii accordattee indeed lok with ind'ifference upop all suet
With ihe oiigh trust confined to then, byquies, bt sber sense of the A er
so ecnlug lorthe two highest offices in the -:, -.
gift uf the people mm whes'mo char- ican people 'will reject tile propoviti,,n
il i ; ... 1, wIill lltltilllatlon Tney demrn an to lknlow
S tlter and private worth 'are fluly com-. wit i tt o I e andi tor to
corn .beloren, hit whether a eandidlle for the
turae w-ii their- public services and h .,,igh post o Presideit will sustain or re
deserts, and that tile patuence harmony, the.e great p.inciplrs. 'nd they i-,i"
Ity, ,iayi zealwnhich chnracLeriz-ec 'r
-' ,fl"ift., ar a sr ,g t- vote only in accordance with this knowlI
.- Ltir roceullnas,- arb a sUire pledu atfiaet.', ..d i
i- wlt, edge. p I a 4,
,, to* W& aidea ;th lIo b1. ...4i1No- I he principles of the- derlocratic partV
/t y a are bfo o siethe 'vorld. &h' th are iinscribeo
,,._ lft~ ite -ext. .' ; *....' o~ittiel'bann-is Of ttite call,]'idate+ and ar
.- itOlve4, That in the history of our t ...'b of +in tem n thre
,at h.is h.reteformi be-et so ordered flatn tel the breeze Iran them' there 'i,
b 'etery evelntlul +e 0oh e ha le ~l li raodng.ac-iu.,--a~iem Fa
Ymk Tim1d ftted r t ri ; .tlate *y 'an1i rtv ihir v t re presu-nte, t,) the peo
thlld tited p lr r the ctinsd.; Ihat w pe the country, ihd witt theai the p"-r
fc^ ^ r ii- preseiit ai> excedrglyy riticyl w t.i or ., ll--rRegister Jou-nel
|priud, wiaether viewed It relcrmnoe to ". .. .. .. -,,
.| ot,ia.,war Jist ierrninatmed. the grealac- i. T SOUTH AOAIeT THI
^ t'iS4iuotl Of territory, or I- tme m p tt cu'ia d .. _r. o,. S, fur
'. .conUlJItili of Europe. whose States, emu- -,,h, Son l., therti Sta hav fur
lauilm.g our exam lne d' are;'evteln new. 'stlni- ,ishe -al otte trn .... side"-nis P u
i ,l~tii, .oure i ar 'ev.,-n..w, l.n U.',,wn ma^ri Of.hoiI Nortner' atnd Et:ter>
,lx for pol-ii -il .mn .uio'",< n i"esiudntsat atthe end of their first term
| Ahat in Lewis Cass and Will.)U 0 ulF#,r a .. .. ur
,we retuomlise men einili,.nily qualitllred rpadld" '.;ui..e i .r
for u 'he Occasion. t'd h 'nprimis--They p-ac-di the Presi
properly a.ttestedyil r, e. d ift, titi orlni, at. the very stint of ou
n e l i i n a p r o p e r l y a t t e s t e d b l ny l n ,,fi e r ? ^ , ^i a i. > s l i l d
amidY Y cf.t the dene ,.overauineiit, that atriat, lis sli~vui,ui~dr-
iid .^ el amid rebel, Gerorge Waiannston, anid kep
+ =; rs thle edl le elua thr fur eight yait.
iJ r's the .- ; tltt'n.--!hat other $o'ithern slavehoid

mE w4,asthen addressd, by ... ..... -, d
t-, iat.J v er, imnis Jctraitn, iiu, ditto:
IrIIl.,a volu. .- I tiii.'hiat eitherr b.,u. hert, save.hId
al I, I uiana niiat i "-ed
e^--te l 'r,.JnIniies .\l-idljson.: wa- Ot Ioniy elected
volunteers, antd M.ij. M cC.-,y, 4th l.idiana r, .. -'_ *rd e :-- "n ity .e f t
woleitr r ich t .rutona a, JPresidentt, but rtm eelect d in .u Le .of a
voiuteor aer e winclh, he resolUtlIOI dS .ge ar party, head,.d I Lord Castle
reported were unainmously adopted* .i p -..,.nt and a nic.
"., ~~~ ~~.L r olyh dkn~l OI L"' n ./ ,.-,i "a a i e

Oiltrmatiota.,traciet :ng 'enitdauh'trteu 7'
O motio, th meeting "he djiued i 'a e' peace. prty, he, .lcd bvy Mari
.sine die. y, V'a Buren and flufus Kiig.
JOSEPH L.NE, President. ei B ia wickfu ly gve birth
Smr 1 -1 11 '. It m., fiev wickelgaebrht
6SER ROD ltVf.. LIy avNbrt
SHIKo) WILLeANS, two othUe-r' lo term, slavehihlilng ['reS
S M. D .IlANSON, Secretaries. dens, oe of whom was called Jat-
^ S. W WAFRS, Mt ] .hire, the other Andrew Jackson.
:iB. O'HAUA,
SB. O'HAiA, .i .. +hem.-'Threy refused their votes t
Ohio.-The t'New York True Sun con- John Adamns. the friend of the "riu
.... .o e an id l well-.burn." :
,I l Chlaiini-n of the Ohio State Central Jl,,i QuilIicy Adi, is (the John Van BP
w Committee: f' ren of hias dy.) alth.,u.ii he ever 1nita
1 Lo,,k out for Ohiol We will sweep it feted iore regard for their negroea tha
I ,, c ii : ., I~i lor hlia own launoeri and leminis
clean ef whigerv ol all desci-tip.oni .. tlh or hi w laborers ad dtenain s
whule Wiest will roll up a united r ince. rat of all, .ey ft.ailed..
that will startle tlhe.world. I cannot be re-elect Alartn V ai Buren, iOtW -.h-Ali
mistaken, 1 think. You eter saw such I" Y h" ,
wry N taeses'atli. thigs'p~it ott. We have erna t'te r t
.g ood. ieas'roi all the State." te m- isregarding the will' of t
,od "e ic6 aii4 well-..irn" of the North,. th.e,
The'Canada wheat crop I5 good in every put down tme a ten and seduition laws, law
d~sined to a iigie presi upd tile r
Scectiont ofthe'Proviuce, The farmers are (designeJ to gg he press id ie r
'0W .hiivetrtng. e" while SawiUey Hamilton should .

r 1 '

.... ~.. ..~ ..~.~ --r~~-~- 'f~-"--~' -~ I;'- '"ilbl~

S- aw millls, & ce o~ , "" .. .. : '. ". ..
.. e' ....-to"o f. : h... l. inadttes or stqdes. C has L. Bartlett, .attachment .in the Irng of he day had failed. .eete Dr. A. W.
The..abvee a of lyn andbei Inoainexiouwith thi department it maybe Edw'd R. Secconib, and I Circuit Court. ot Es- OOLEMAN "ANI l)YYPN.P IC AND
atforeqa fd,,w ith theirspriverneat .hereon i Wl be ... ,0 .. fE C L m A r A N I1 1 SP I
a r a+. wih ter.. .. e... he o w l b proper to rate t,,at as soon ,s P,,sbl,, ai, Ih- w G. Bourne, Defend'ts. J cambia County, the TrUNIC BII'T EIIS adt'-rlistd, I contluled am
sold to satisfy an E.ecutiion i4,6ned, arid to,iu fir.oar-, for the reception tot bth M/"edical a idn cmiCuth'" -. ...d+'
directed fro. the Uitedstates Court Ao. r i y, the riecnptt0a wi bphe 'le atd defendants and alt! others interested are req,,ired pernerresort to try them. I couamenced dsin(
. 'northetdiro.it Florida ,whereinithe said i et t.rri i, tothe Declaration filed at the se d 6ni the 13ti PDee:tiber lnsa b nd before I
SUnited States arepn. i .ifiaJohn Mc Arthur n.l have the oppottty of--ractiiily .. totern aoth tote hadt ustedt he thlrd btile, my bowels regint,
Unltli ateaarediseaises. I r X.'llt
- "d e en d.a..J Artu diseases. ,r; HANSON KELLY, Plaintiff, heir reguilr 'andinatural st te, itv appetite iim-
e defendant- Robert MyersU S .M .Sallahassea, J.tiy 20h, 1848. S Pensacola, May 17, 18t8 proeo, .nt. f,,od that I no1w fat daisa'rers wita
S D. F. J. T J. WILSON, M. D '----- GLDJWELLERY, me, my crinplexion changed, and all tihedisa-
.. per F T. Ceommyns. C. C. VAN WYCK M.D. FRE subscriber haveconcuded to spend the geedble feehltia an'. diseases I forreily suflfer-
0 '. D.puty MVarshal. August 3--47--3, "su,,er in Pensaco"a, invites the ladies, ed '%itlhd,1vc lft me. I have tegaihed my
SPensacola,Augstl2d 1848-47-4w. OiE. a gnlnn, t a ce nd inm his 't- ith aid srenulo t6 an extent never atic-
I- p nsac laA~gut 1d 188-4 -1w., ;; : o r ve:.. -< id g-!ntl.,inen, t;) c,,,ne arid-in-lie,'t sis'assort-..
SNavy A-euat's 0 ce JOV4R & VAJGtl.AN having- bi deed in(ni ofGold Jweller at Mtr. Gardner store: on at", aid Io turn Evanevills,Indiana.
Pensacola, 1 ugu., 3 1848,. c..nveyed to the m n ar certain propo'rty IIn.0i PdLflf tiA et. WVithout designinig to inflict any wY plce of residence, to aily larnily, feeling
o ill be sold at Publi l A iion on Satray o a ,eo. .,ice i ir-reily fo',1AIelit' upon his own taste In the selection, t.t I have a w lease on n le.
S the 19hsold Public st at thU n on Satuy Yard at ve to all persons avn claims against i el content, ih.y ll find the brilliant and F'E .IKUNNL.D.
41 the I iMto at t, s aid Yar ea f li ,erlhip, t.t present thesame, 1roperlv gliilcrii, charms thereof irresistible, especially Miayor 'S Office Mobile Feb..8, 1848.-
u' C e a authenticated' to the subscriber within Ihri.-ehpn a-otiait, di with thpiso superior natural ones' Pelsomial appeared before me, the uinder-
. TEN Condemned Boats, months front this date. Cre.Jit,ms present ngiV im ilwhich rnaturehas endowedher fairdanih elas ed, rdi'k L lllold, and testified
Sand& their demands within that ttno' are prelerrrd to A ViiTCUIFLL 'Ugih the abvc Fred-riek t of hii 'dasn r Ir-
LOT of Spars. .others. Pnsacola, July 6, 1818-13-3,n t t of his 'cIasI is lit
-WALKR ANDER9ON, 7WALK.ER AND .SON ,Trustee. 'erally and st1bsiatitiallyt-rtit
kit Navy Agent. Pe-,nsacola, Ju y3m KNJWLS & NOLE. FEI ElC, EUNNOLD.
Itj"' Pensacola Gazette, Mobile Iegisier and EN "OTEL' Practical Watch-makers, Attest ;-J. %V.. ,CHILDERS, Mayor
SJournal, and N. 0. Delta wilp each insert ths The rerpctELay ifo ed a35 Saeet, Preard lId .d resale I
to above one a week until- the .19th inst.Th publice are reie t orn At P o 3 CaPia/al eIt ::-rprdmdsudwhlsl n
Sagust 3, 1 t84i---47-3w.' ails that tile Jeaks Hotel, in"Pels ticola' NEw ORLeais. retail by E D. CuLEMA.N (Ion oft
- -,u 8~---3 ... .Iw. ,-Inwopi nfor the",acc.aimldation uf EP cnntnntlyon hnda large and well- Patittee No. 106 Dauphiln st, Iobile"
h- PORIER -LE-ANDCIOER. ur:uisiters and ref1a1-r harder. iTheI- .-leci-d a.sorliueni of Swi's and Ei;ilh l lh by
a i l es ,, n h o r u h l ,n t e J n ~ v c y l L r ,V E R W A 't _H E ~q J e w e l ry i l v e l W a r e + ,
Tl-E suib:caibL-rcelt.>iuea ihe iwpurialion of hUu. s ea lioroiglily-le.i pt ip V ACHES JewelrE, lver r, F O. 1Te by
e poriter, Ale ani cider, irom best naneltlac- t.-niton will be rendered titi makeit cnveni-int and PocketCullery, Gold Pen Speacle d Fan- 0. tI .
, turies in Pniladelphia, New y,,rk, Poughkee.psie ple.ant tlo toe who favot lte huue with theri Cyu, la t en peted D Mr 5, ruggist, Pssacel".
snd%%n lb' wue woifvorthhhiff it'thircy G'onis.
a< and Alabu),y; which he ff, rat tirp l.awes.t cash compaiTy. 'r Our personal AttbrrtlonW ill bi e devoted to re. March 15, 1848.
pieces. Ordersthanklull) received and punctual- D.K. rJENKS pairing every d scripfinn 'of Fine Watchie, d.4t
7,8 Wyi .t6de t o, ,-,t 4. 1., ate +:
tle. 116, Ueimnerce street.',' Proprietor. C 1 -c "' a rB'JeA evo whicbsliall periormn es- I Di 41 vhte; 40 .' g-4
... c J-3m ...A.. o aam. tr 4016.4 d4s ;sr smln by BL F. MA.~i35.

Penacla Juet29 11144i

tabli.h the l3rittsh system of finance here MAIi9 AND FEMALE DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. MEDICAL &e.
--a system that would compel the "low. A Y S C H 10 1 9 NTrICE is hereby given that six months after .-- .
erclases" to work all dy, tor a sheep's Ns dayI halll present my accounts an I Care WatraInted.
her lade 10 wor and pluck as y teir A s j unable to discharge the Duties ef~his von ere as the Adininistrator of Trulpan John. -R A. W ZOL E M A .*Sg
head. and pluck as. their waget)-ltey n MiniRED in, c.i>nseqxece of ill health, the son deceased, to the honorable Judge of Probate R. W ., C 0-LE M A -3
;pwice put d the ite States Bppank- Rev E D. PITTS prop T 's to open. a School ftre county of Escambia, for setteent, and Amerwan lurefr T cfT fGw
they crushed the high tariff policy-they on Monday next in the Methodist Chnrh He as to be discharged. .hea. '-!
-ov6 tho- and, ofour specltors at- will receive Boy, and Girls'; and iveinstruetion AMBROSE JONES, Administrator. gnt:FThia celebrated mcdiiae has met during
drove tnolivands oour Drs~aoria ieant to ABOS JNSAmiisrte.ih Pe ta'wt"wipr uce
sharpers to"ivunta'ry labor"-ad they in the various branches of Education. ensacola, June 2, 1848--41-6m i he pa=t .tar with nparallelcd scces..-ap~ard.
smardeor tohiolnuntary taber -a.d tauhy TERMS AS UiLUow: T bf one thousands bottles having been sold, sad
made our white laborers saucy, and taught i ICE REDUCED s I i ny two returned, which lone speaks volume
them to assert their superioiitv to the ne- Pri'mary Class, THE GRT DESIDERATUM tin its favor -ae ,:. .
gro race- and they, have thus gone o. for Spelling, Reading, Writing. "" AY.N The proprietorhas pnt it up' iin ilrler boitlid
ye. arae-u and o f ces o pln d Arithmetic, permonth *2, 00 / FPOR THE CURE OF SECRET DISEASE. and in aineater aiyle tan anypaitnt mredicim f
years, until our first circles complainI. / We challenge any medicine. before thekindbeforethepnblte. ,. ,,
that their stuffcrings i- intolerable, and Second Class, We challenge an It is medcinade of Freh Drt jst relied frm
look to a dissolution of the Union for Grammar and Geogrphy wt the puc to p-te in TAST orCT- henpteaid Warianted not to'ra'.ante, b
relief.. the above, - -. do. O AiNT' of CURE with in any way incenveni-rceh- iatilient. Curewee-
reh[ Third Class, / DR. A. W. COLEMAN'S ranted. miall cases oif failure the money will' ar
,rr -v ,, ......?*f T v c ... .. .. C E[L'E B RATE D G ON O K KH O EA i relund d ,. ..
THE VARIOUS LiVas" O GEN. TAY- Scientific Studies, and H EBRATED GOreNOeRH.A relo .ndrd.
OR li as much as Whiggery was Ancient L, anguages, do. 66 MIXT.,._.._Seeenvelepe around'each bottle, imith drev
LOR.-I- as nu .... w.Y ... .. L .. -o t-c We are authorized t to refer to tions, c.--wlh description and diriecuos to
galvanized into renewed life by discover. Mathematics will be taught, if a C las o 1W, p hysicairs In te cr Gleet, hStrid tur, r.
g + ., L. I ... '- -se" numbers oif the fnrst ny Ttans n he neLle,.5l,'tr$ e
iiUg that there were two livvs of Gen. (.ass or eight can be forced; but not other s ? is. n b of "t f Phyiia i h urepr le totld y r COLEMAN, 1
Mobil0 Prepared drid gold by fr..D. COLI:MAN, 101,
fla differing a little flom each other Tuition payable at the close of each 9onth. Soith and West (prticlr.y .i ., Dauphinmtle -.Mobile. and for sale by
nd col ? not help' Roorbackmg over Having the pleasure of personally kIwipg ad New.Orleanu) who are using it 1- J.0 ,-n'I'I Druggit. Pensaeoh-"
S ol no most (f the Parents in the City, hbe deemisit us- preference to any other medicine. 'I Pensacola, Feb. 9, 648--.3-ly
the discovery, we desire them to give us clss to lay more than that'he 'l1 Oideavor 0 It is now put tip in LARGE
some information about the various lives honestly anid persevereingly to retdri utmost bottles and in neatet style than. any', D, v.W.COL.NIAN'S AN- DYSPEPTIC
of Gen. 'raylor that are before the coun. satisfaite.ion to those who may eittnd hinm their i kind r e pt.lic. AND TONMIC BI ERS.
try. A trend of ours says there c.inot patronlae. icineod, t made of FRESH DRUGeAPROvED AND Rss AND PusIBEHNEi.DA
Ir.0Pensacola,-August let 1848,~~ It is made of. FRESH DRUG,4 1A&U'LTY, PRESS AN D PK1IBLIC CEN EBALLT.
be less than 'TWENTY. it he includes .,.-t> ;w .- ;,-,ived irom th importT ... a. -WAft- iHEpr,,prt,.ur oflhis celebrated pri peratol
the book called Paylor and his Gelter- ... .' ottrs the followintcertflicstes testfyin to
l,,' ,at,,,d Lhe .e.er.. ; l;-or Alnoiacs" .- i lRioT. ,ot to .na-sente, or In any, way itsefcacy from persons %ho are itowN through
als, an "h "" -- "-0 F T n17lyfleienco, th ,P ali -et .the 'S ,,th .
that have come under his observation and a ; F A T' S p .. I i:i ERCHAT
LIFE "..< PILLS cSu eielhlpe around each bottle, LETT'rFa RaoM S. JoiNaa, E'!I t. hIERcSIA'
he Says tha no two of thee a Taylyr ai. 'V E T ABLEA LIE PvILS with directions, &c,, with dscviption and M -; Z't- e -. ao. atLe, MAT6 st17.
ographies and euloies" agree in any otl -- d m irectio,,ito CUR GL -TSTRIC WaT Dear Sir.aveiba Sta
o ..ie h A ,of heathh' ada noapprith =and was very wrew
hei ars.not evensin giving the char- %X.... N-- D(--- B11 '+
their parts not e .. .chr. PH ENIX BITTERS, TURJ,. &c. rI : debilitated S8e was feoootmeiided to take Di,
actet and result of 1a1 few battles. .1ey The high .and envied eebrity ich thee pr'-eme l t[3e P -prepired anid 0ld by E. D, C O- Co!emran's Bitters, and al'er using !hen tour ex
all seem d.psiged tt 'represent the differ- Medieih.s l.3Ve acquiredfor their invariablee0ilcary i. all LE \ AN 1u6 DA HI, p F s rRKT Mobile flve days, was ontirey raevydl.
etnt FACESN' which the General has te praetieeo fhpuic qhot only unaesenuryW at ,,wor and for sale by J. O. SMI'IH, sole Agent SOLOLUN 1. JON E
presented t the political world--there be' ytt he'runth.Rifil the .good Pensacola ,Jnly.,-43-f. .LV or a. .LL7OTT.
pr~ .,... P ,, .t ir __l, works testify to item,and they thrivelpot by the fitth of 71f. Jni+--+ -. . l Y ai +p. i,14#
ing oe life" ;o tipklt the Native* the,'edu.tNWYORkp.20,147lo.
oe to gainthe pr of "ulta par Det Sir,- I receive your better, ae .mpanied
on t it he supf~ort of the ultra pat': jWMUO _4LT .= r_0W.i_.a 111=:Al~lml -,~ lI. ~,.t, ld~~,t'l.~~a ih e tD.A oea'Ant t.Dy
tizrt his"-u~(' ath te ote o OfASHMA i.U' ad CiiZ'~C ~tECAISM West Florida Collegiate Institutiee within box (if Dr. A. IVColemian ~At.IDy.,.
;tiz..n WhlES"-Ol!< to catch the votes ,61 ':(ASrfMA, ct.T-E and CBLOACR4fJ.U rS., E r BlA- .r 3 u tu peptie and Tonic Bitters; upon examiation, I
"l Detnnocrats-one BIIODVDR.IERKDOEYAITS. m HE' Trustees have thb pleasure of announce, find ihem the same article as inmhufali.red b
Ulrell D nto ro s -o e B LI US EVg S &LI VE O X Ak 3
..T, ling that they:hhaveasecured, the services tf yor father. the ate Dr. A. W. Uoleman. I
to wheddle'theAbditionists and Wilmot inthmesoutm.nd west. wc .h....,dit....vai."they"willrOw c a ot
tov w eddeor the AbbefoundInvaluablePlanters. faremd mh r M.T. WALTHALL,e as Priiplt.fInrnhedn wlh cermficaes o thei m
ptoviso men-*-unO(. for the siltl-war-anlw- BtstheseMedicines.,wiil never fnl i'nse wilio~iitothem. this Institution ,!' iflecii Roineihirleen or Ihuricen yeals agB. I
pnc&--unde r ahyNcEuSaiMtiuces-men and a- BILIOUS HOLIC, and SEROusownaea., BILKS, Mr. Wtthall's eminent au'alificatiohinare stated to him that they nere devoid of any deli-
a..... r nd cthT I advocaCteSTI ".LDS.3. 41,1 1 -kCIOLI, well known tothe Truateesan they unreserved- serious drug, wh, h I was enabled t.do, notl ealy
for te war *Iei andth, (tONSUMpTION,, Used wilth0reatsuomtsin tsdesse.
mother 0r the outh! here" ... .O.R. HUORS OPSEd lyrerotm.end this school as deserving the con- rom chemical tests, but from having sed tlhem
orslavery at thor MOang u rw, twste s "DYBPBPSZA. No perso with u. di r, i. fidence and patronage of thepublic. persoialy and n mypractice amd 1 mBst say
Ssomethbiglor Sett.tor Mangum to waste,.e.ehould delayusingmlithlemcdiciiim.inkdiiteL WALKER ANDEPSON ihat I never yetL have nit with say eCmp.UnR08
othe peooit's t'hn" ad treasure In making; ERUPTIONS o the Skin, ERYSIPELAS\FLATU President of the Board ofTruatees. equal to tkenm fur ihe disc.as-e tor Hhich ihev ate
Sspeechabout, ane h,r aI something did F.V0 USad AGV F. .or .,ico lte iWe Pensacola Aril 2718 tf. r commended, p rtieularly in rsrEIwA, "AV
manding'a femt' p.irigraphs in explanation, w country theas mcdicim will tefouiasatea d dandAMENWU ENT TO THE 4ISLAQES to end a N asweeo
* frOM the scurriloi u Whi letter wriltri w., fthe diCtie-acuii,,bytthese icine isixret.sp e th a lttyeo.Jdthlfl o d te State of Flori- *. are nece.ary. Very Het."ifully, y'r#
L .w,,,y der,, Geu;. Tyor i TY'.t r AIFI AND ; C IIFormerly Chemist to the Dlin"Collegef
the market, ns. nderet.wo of them...agree> g * d" P.RAL D eBLT1 '.h 'd-A. ,., .,
ec, ttly t in lay :othe nir g purts! IWell, t UT, h IDDINESS, GRAVEL E rtADAERdion ents0Prbpted amnd agreed to byr tth d r e;Gen- PharMaY. .
t e nactle in ny ou their part ltIosfnt fo th I N' A r FVER,/ iNFMATORY Ruu, A- ral Assembly ; esubjent to tIe acti n of Also, the- tollwing from R. D. R. p.
that 'n uiber* oughto be efficient for the ISM, IMpV LooD, JAVNDICE, LOSSPPJt. e 0nex Gnra1 .Assembl- Eqr. J1.P. and Coroner 'of Mobile city an
supply of alnst ohe ationgigtht maynbe1ar n Rth r. oeXdiase AN ACTtn tho amend the 12th Clause tof the ..th Cout. LCa1-at, Nov. 1o 1St47.
rayedaat Deo -ratC rule -and emo 'LEP. ROSY, LOOSENESS, Article of the Constitution of this State, n ..Dear mir,-l have been using Dr- A. W.
t rraoticaprogreis Re an sdAr M town4""ASwet the Judva at theCircuit Courts shall holdCI D &

evero .f e "a-- "'PHilm tN IhcsiA etiFr bely atllth~eeffetsoMerry inf. 4ebh er, ov troidgh eat, n hC .OLEMAON'S ANTI111T"rC.'. ,T IC &.... 1 11TX
My spo n xoonderi thea themost powerful preparation(ofSrSaomriua. ter dur i r ated oit yre, (ewer since you comnienced the nmnuMetaLre
gas NIGHT 'HWEATS, NERVOUA DEBILITY. NOUS of during gI them) in my emil, and 1 ht say that I a
iO5PL.#1NTS f a0 1I0 Andi, ORGANIC AFPM N' SECTIONM 1 Bel t enJcted by the eensiae and fs ) in m tnin a I m st m ythtIev
. Sheriff Sale. PALPITATION of tulSEARTPRAINTER'S011440.[ House ot Representatives '' the Sia'-eofElan ouiasd thsnatiedwhe afcnstn tinid headache e whice
, LL besodp.Licoutcry for cas h, be. pL B. The original prp.ietoroftb inct esiici da in General Assembly onvened, Inhat the,.. r M aeo hca't ive he o hi
o th '12tfore the Court Honse door, in Santa Ros l ascuredofFilmae of 3i 5yas.tandingby the ui of t ILif tfthe 5tI Article oftli .Constitution the;toac; and syvseli genve ally. relieve dy.
SCo"I 4 nth f rst Monday in Seoptemob-t rel, eihs"hculeos. th addito- to th e rally, re...v, -'-
outINn the firtAn the heed. side, back,n sjimnts and o'", of this State be so amended as to read as follnwa pupsia immediately, and I find them a null i0-
the following described la1ds, U H 1 C fl t'. & TI C1[-. Trhoe afflicted wthis viz: That at the expiration of the present term excellent reined for wori's in my children. I
S1sht. A tract of land containing 800 Arpens twliible diseamt, will be sure of rtlieft by the Lifte Medio, ot office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, wviitho ...l.-sn, 1 would a that wh-i e th.. ac ea
situatedon tlhe East sideof Escambia River ,'ie USHi of BL00 to theo HEA, 101y !the exception hereinafter, -mention' Jd woulda
knuem qQby the ina tie of the rnall Bltuitbloutid -d ALT SHEUX. SWELLINGS, RBR.I.I LS
kn oh e bythena erd the a ad TOUML .i ;otth Supreme Gourt, and the Juiidges of the i thlly rE p at WtrGIS

id onthe E':aCO SCRFULAORvA r-09 iV Ln its. &c
.an by vs. atlbyntheRivrp gmrLtCircuit Courts', shall be.elected-for aR,, termnsttlwing.ioiii HisMy-.

,"5. a t "id pr la of an fom thee nafrs, Ubywhich S frpa~g vi n td et nevics 'i -a' 'shall hord" t#-i u t ;forythit "Al..s.o-, -" td "T e. pp +. _. p .+Z ig i9 ; + t __ tp h e fc, el, hp :la H[-OC lk6Mt l l ~ e+
5aish Go. br o t a per to ,rat iaft kindest. are pflecinally ex1 ht by eight years. and shall hold their ovote for thai
!Sanh Gnverm n rn etit.ortn, e.,a r tthe seMlledicinhw. portfeatnw'll do we'l i en a u I n soad'nmstei n- term, urill exae T Orric, MritC, Nov, '0, 1347.
Zrid,. -A v*t Q'.-IeI -el'avrriheeimini.uasrl PectneRr.. will bei ,.r.. ions made in this nostituntin, lor the removal I do hereby certd. that I hiv used, du'hng the
in Santa Rosa Couy, conmokow TE E ILLS AND tENIX B1ES ofJudges by tdd. e a or tpc a 1o last summer, tor cNPhTOlO ib OIV
II i o townshiprI-ow e u" e,S1ITTER
Philaber trac t being in Section 3 0UIrTHEItont.n 1 BL OD wilful neglect of duty, or other reasuoable cause, severs botitesl cLLNKAF'5 TIlNl BITTERS, and
n Range 2rSouth h and Wes, lying Bayu RFY ,w o B which shall not be sufficient ground tor impeach- I wou I say tt great pl-aure that I hae bet
MNulto and formerly belonging to Manuel Do And thus remove all disease from the sysiln. ment, the Governor shall remove any of them, beiiefltt their use As coaitCTiYE
3 rdg. LotN. 2 Secto. 3 A sin trial will pla.e the liFE PILlSind onthe address of twohirds of the GeneralA. tor the STuioMACH N t are not srpassed i amy
S3rd. Lote RaNo. 2 SecNth and West containn P H N IX B I T E R S beydte reach oftpe- semblv. Provided, however, cau o by anye nw in use.
ship one Range'. No th and West cona oin the estimation o every p iet t or causes shall b stated tt length in .such ad- LANTON MeALPIN,
Th 1 F571i100 Acres. n to genuine of ihese medicine re mow p t up in hit dressand entered oa the Journals ofth Heolru.. Matm.he City of M bile.
S4th. Fracionl Section 33 Fractional town- r and lbel, oghr wit a nmphlt. -lied And provided, further, That the cause or cau additIin to the arye we would recoP-
e. M flatt1scod atti county Wasste... ."hS r ytoera r
ship o- stItangwe 29 North and Westr cntainin ..amhrlltn." .o...k t ihaenoticedt" the J 4udgeaso intense mend t hem as a Toi ,c d".e,,v'r, ".
1a 310 rs n which is a drawing of Broadway from Walt street-ourI eva
t 137 2 o. 1100 cres. n S o office, by which asrange tvishing th city can very uily reiov d, and he shall be admitted tooa h. ar- ^ ; 1 ypaw;
th, Lot No. 4 rational S o on'd us. The wrappri a d SamariTin care copyrted ing i) his own defense, bffor any vote for". S ., Scilevr, Sehip, jail -josputal,.;Vin l
Sal toiw n. taln cebe xsvured that' they are genuine. i4@carefuhansd ~aot ioa hl a; nee n Thlay can be taken it iiany aM all sitilatmas,
6tamintg't1oaAc Sectos3,rctoatw-butyrthope with peilow wrappers; but i ouu do, besi~iashall be taken by yeas and nays and ntre o hm, I aVCA-Et OUtNT
. t. thee. sa re of on Sal : de. d+ he, .OL.LI VEGTAAH t Pr6. ... ..." NO
h.ip FrnRioial Section 30 Fractioalto .- that they c e u.,or dotLOUCh them. I the Journals of ea"ch. o"se repectiuvelyh CONTAiIN ALOES OR ANT DLirous Iea-
.hip Anan e. D. d Prepa. red and sl by SEc- 2. Beitflurthei en acted. th Judges NT.
in 16 50100 Acres. WI. O A, firs' appoiiedi under this, amended Conitution, tot e
7th LotNo,'7 Section 32 Fractional town- 3 ro y. orn .f Anthony .keet. New i.shall be divided by lot into our claee, he ntorin lare raied letters On eat botle.
- ihip one Rang 29 North and West containing o.arlnrsi'by p first class ptiall huld hi- or teir oc orhoffic s inent Orn DLlarR rper letter, onST iBTtNef
102s 581'00 Acres Price, One Dotlar per Bottle, orSix 8s'ufir
|102 56|1100 Acres. w o pr DR. Jnuj 3ROnNAHA tor th<@ term of two,years, the send for the V
.J.. tensboetla ounty 0 ndswillbesold to satisfy in part PE alor A t, 10.N term o four years the third for the, teri of six $ Pieparda, anid Sold by Ea DEiCOLIiL
'an execution issuedfrom the Clerks office C circuit ensacola Agust, 1 year, the fourth for the term of eight yas. 106 auphinStreet, Mobile,, and 92 P

'" II ,i -"n t elsln a -t' m'a'I- en Jlll u 'l lt t i i
it iorNt' E.n C'ounty Wsstern h it ofr staar,,,Ah ti fasad e.ate y e ctImn ;' se la-;' ? le by J.ae i
rFiorida i, n suit, wherein Walker And.r Ara, ,I NOTR [orit ttbr a Passed the ytly st theo1ss. sOtOvisrH so.p ni e oblean
s pin' ifl. Mind Rhoa. M. B"'un, Admiitiator j _, fr- p \ ey, 'atec h 248 1847. Passed thc Hus S 4 le-r \
lt the tat.ofJohn 'A. Caisero"decrd, Ita '.-VILSOl eVANVYCK *eeb t ti'ial ma. r--, A '. ''
+defendat. ofeasor"of Sirc'v in ,thie F nuklry 6Mea-, M r DA, 14B. "lAIdE wr*
8 'W. W. tiARRIBON, Sheriffs, dical College .of. Philadelphia,) h^ fhritidiao ^ Al Floid cpaprgeid.pbls prode otrJthe b. e ie Vi PUBLIC. PSI
l e L. N, AfMOr, b.e. parln.rship.f. r the practice, M I 'r. and ore 9ta n 0 isVcarbed. 1O toA1ee COSTIPAmIoN D-
* Pensaicola August, 10, 1348-3W SURGERY, and for the lNS'ri'JU; I ON OF !il 158 ilipOVER Q and PLAINT, CONTPATIOT of'

[rd I-E ,AE 01..A...ICA MEDICALe STDNuTb~ ,O C.[D,7. mu- --"i BO........ iLS-an ... hEh detA L c DEILT fore
P ,t I0reifromardf th AEI A i ; can rw well wccom- Grav Stianev, 'Oafl eS & Mponi entS stne tw.a o ar ...:e pr.c.i. .. to Dec.ber
i.modatd. a,.' ...i reaale terms~either at the "'rE subscriber will e teatness ^atmy anpt hL rtiled,^ I s leln -
arOHN Me. ARFFIUR. Ho els^ or Priv~e Boarding Hiass of th~ecity. I and despatch allortera^^ wchem'yrceiv coti'i erFaviness, dfin or bu t, o rgclion f tahe
,~~~~ ',.. ,. *id can receive from the Suhcisnb~tso *hMedi- -L to furnish any of the ftbave articles:. .ie BOWEuLSenre, d*i>f l al. losuc an getigan i -t
TT d he sol at PuRSH Lc SAEio .orCah at,n re uire.at nio a h *c se Fory It lan S~ o Aeadowi* Pie^ tent hat'! could get an evacuation aB'ly after tin-
;Vyirbs'a Au liAitedC u ri b OFFICE .IUDENTS FarEatenMabl, 12 to 20 kin Som DR'LI'C I'taTIE. a

of September next betweenrge arid tr.'st u,. Stiole--it be regular,, exami.,rdin the. pro- O .naental iork wililhe done at graty .e er.thzuem and I radlaed 1it, to d a sleta7-
I, d ic. ARtHUR in, and to tht.e *wan gree4 ot their studies,, according t the+ mode duced prices. Marble table tops mended in the l ^rnd the tid oh la l,. a's ladnb lithe firat
JsNi .ed. Ar-prL t-t anito:me p.ullrwsnuued t, the Ilai ^Norte citims-will be neat.st inadtner. I, 't;nd ai_.- Ph ,.oth'e a larg r.un.e..i theomirs
Forty acres o' land, being a fraction of-c- wut tno comnijd arddmspeise Mecines, aid Oreders from thecountry wil be uncl.ally at-' Ph 'a h^ .nd (l to ao no-
+r tiohn '3t Townshi 3. atnd5 'i, ra=nge 27.1 Ilying and wil he/" insr~e i th tnnr r -m I ry dayJ tede to whenlef at thi offiT e p.!I feenent cltanbe: had.) llUli'ns disychared as in-pi
r bi ng i ,t t he, cou. ty ta S i Rt..~ i 'the ~;... af d. uties- ,ol' the Surgeon -Bl5eeding, -t.uopping,- jun 8 EL[H "1R S A e t ra "; alpon, u.oe uiaenis mi v wh iei, an th pe less
Florida, about ten miles from the "Iown otl- Paddi2, -c, in ,,, --- ne I nebt, s.1whc,,an3t0,o
. .Pris n, ivate O ,.y,,,,er Attaehment--" bt $pl.icatiori ohdibetoe ad tre nuiienwlhrie"
tr )n. tn^ee r w iih l alt th e ni p ro v e m e nts a nd c, it w 1 I r= '- v a riety o f n r a nt ap +' ... .ha d = b me-t'
buildi.gs th ro..nitn ofa De lling hou_ se....., 'p .' r.al...L. o r. pareset mor I" H . anson Kelly, P~laintiff, 1This suit hiavig had given up the despair, as my disease hind'bat-
I w m i"_ l ig ,, m e re, n~ c 9, n g c iw e ,rm g for s tudr e n t.he h s r p e n ~ e p ~ t t ha s L v. B a t tt I, b .a he n ins t htu ed b ftr u m s o e ,f i ie s h a d fo. ,ai l ed S e e i t D r. Ah e s



-THE F ORIDA nEMOCRAT. MEDICAL. General cases where families bay been without
MJE FLORID-UA DEMOCRv AT.- ..E...L... childrenn after using a,iew bottles ot Ihis invalua-
'-. &. JORDAN, JUN. PUBaISHES. blo modiciuc, have been blessed with healthy
WnTCE ON PALAFOX STRET, BETWEEN Dr' Townsend-My wife being greatly .dis.
KNTRNDENTIA& ROMANA $TREETS. tressed by weakness and General Debility, and
-. suffering continualy by pain and a sensation of
is. Issued every Thursday bearing down, tallingof the women,, and with
Moing-Term of Subscription 4 per annu... their difficultie and having known cases. where
wrt inhin trme or hnthe firthf S aour medicine has effected great cure. and also
ryaL si adani ort ,e511 monogths I |.llllll laa' hearing it recommended for such cases as I have
.. if not i .d unil the end o six monyr s or sl described, I obtained a battle of your xEtract of
$5ift paidfor less tdoan a year payment wil Sarsaparilla, and followod the directions you
Uffnptionf tadvn ce. ls tha ael iSIameVilllllSl geave. In a short period it removed her corn-
be w in cardfance.dil plaints, ai restored her health. Being gratetfl
-- wit cg ed lr. announcin.I tfr the benefits she received, I take pleasure in
Jtut9aIIeged t nt mu. Aid r in tise a must be fthus acknowledging it, and recommending it to

/dve.tjsements inserted at the ra ot one dp- c M. D. MOORE.
r for eerv taet line or less.) fr the first and r Townsend's Sarsaparilla. Albany Cor. Grand and Lydius st.
Ety cents for every continuous subsequent iner- Albany, Aug. 17, 4.
Th- privilege of annual advertisers is|imited in This Extract is put up in quart bottles; it is TO MOTHERS AND MARRIEE LAIKiES.
Ikeir own im,-iedTate business ; and all advertise- ix times cheaper, pleasanler, and warranted oi- This Extract of Sarsaparilla has been express-
ments forth benefit lf.*elhe pers''ns, as well peri r to any sold. It cnrs Idiseases without ly prepared in reference to ftmele complaints.-
us legs advertisements o'pfcvtion sales sent in by vomiting. purging, sickening or debJitating'the No female who rraoned to suppose. she is ap-
th4emi, must be paid at the usual rates. patient. preaching that critical period, "the turn of life,"
Our advertising friends will oblige u% bv hand- GREAT AUL AND WINTER MEDtICIN. should. nveglect to lake it. as it is a certain pre.
i iag in their Advertisements on 'uesday,4r earlier The great beaty and superiority of this Sar ventative for any of the numerous and horrhi
ll the week, otherwise they will lie over until the sapaiila over all other medicine is,while it erad. 'wias ,s to which females are snubecl at this
cceeding week, icates diseases, it invigorates the body. Ii is one \icne of life. This period may be delayed sever-
'. Every'sub-icription for les than ose y'ar t4,be. jfthe very best Fall and WinterMedicines ever a years by using this medicine. Nor is it less
.'Iharged at the,rate of .2 for six motttisin ad. known; it not ortly'purnti.s the whole system and Walt1able for those approaching womanhood, as is,
i', trengthens the eon, bu it rates new, pure calculated to assist nature, quickening the
All joibs to be~paid for on delivery and all-adver- and rich'bloioi; a power possessed by no oilipe blinol aa1 invigorating the Systemt. Indeed, this
iements in advanc,-, unless the advertiser has medicine. And'-in this lies the erand secret o' a'n'Jicineis invaluable for all the diseases to which
open account with the office. its wonderful stucess. It has performed ,wi"hip rnan are subject.
S' thepast two, years, more than 35,010 cure, 0t It hiap"s th,; wh le. system, revrews perma-
*f^ W11^1 1"1' Y 1^^1 r^ .... severee cases of disease; at least,20.000 of these net.lythe nittual energies-by removing the
;- .. Ijhll merican Grotto.f were considered incurable. .inpititisofthe'idy-niot.u fhr nainngh,
V 7More than 3000 cases of Chronie Rheu- i. m m' topr,.t a sh.ibeq qieut relaxation
whid is the reise of must medicines Laken for
m sm eaeeak ne-4s nd dicpase.
2, P 2 ~~l..,000 cases 'oi DyspesepsN; ua .. ... ] -.-
'"' .f ^Maii.k 4000 icaso. of General Debility 4ahd .. u tui)': '"

S... -'--A READI[NG ROOM. 4 00"fwa 0nf Eerv" .. Thiqertficate cclusiely proxee that this
rliEsbsberibir has opened ho*P 7.000 eases of the Idflferent Femah Saosaptrill has perf~ctcontrol over the mo-t ob-h
e.J.:t street, the Pureetppoitete Pu r, ud.r Conpliiits; > ate ease .ftheblo.. Thre pe
Al 'above name. He keep cotast&ntly :e hand 20o 0 cas of ^croi-n d -on g.-e ifs .un recente&d ..-
A CHOICE SPLEC'u ION of the. H." :1 .
lest Liqor an1 Wins. 1,5(100caes ot Liver Coniplairit; 'it 7O; WN8END -Dear Sir I have the4pleas-
i .,, h purcl quors aail. .wlne8. 2.500 cases of Dis'ease iof the Kidney ,irleo it.rm f,oi that three '.f my children have
S' rtinehohe purchased himtoellf B oi Y'e rt a ., be(n cred ofilie Scothila by the use of your ax-
"' martin hour's in the city of New Yopa.d .u o cadntnediein. Thaey werelaffliced very se-
-'a'. r'-. ",m otidetheem to the public. 8.000 cases of Cotllsumptitl; elyith' ad sores ; have ike only four bot)
44.,.. 8010 taeken n: 'u'-
ikl flt-JVhe'nio-t' iherexs ini .ndli useful, newsir And Ihousands of cases of disiesses of the blood. 1, uilntnk Ihem away, for which 1 Joel myself
p;jap#4 are (regularly received A't the establish. vis; Ulcers, Erysipelas, Salt Rh' tim, Pimrpls on.'den dep oblljii.,ns"
,' the Face, &(., &c together with numerot4 ca- Yours, respectifuly' "
Hae rein, hirthankst o ihnsae sw. havefa- ses of Sick Headache, Pain in the side and csat!''' iSAAw W CRANE '!.0 Weoseter-8st
*or, d. with their pato,,agwand hopes to Spinal Affetins &c, &c. J'N'ew,'ulk, March 1, 1847.h'p e" 't
it a cenlina'. This, we are aware, must appear icredibl ,
S. LAAYTTE ROBERSON. but we have ters from Physicians and -m'-. ,.
I Ho i irsh Whiskey Punch s,_ve .Agen, fnin 'll prts .f the rd Stai, ei rT isSl r eceivin g
Scad for u of xtrtordinary rurcs Rt. V n Bi ; -m .-ret plart. of th- U.-.
d e s ir 'aa in ,e t
Pensacola; Noy.i l4" t'1 kirk, Eq., onn, otl the moat respectable DrgUp"is t n
an New Ark,N. J nforns usthat he earn ref Th .. w' ,, ''.
....' "'+ It 'i- vl;J i t1 ePrllv I [ at w eu ,
-to ijenoihan 150 cases in that 'place abu ns 'ma tO un c ne-
"";t h"'J, EA. K GLEl0IJSE= "," -' nThere are thousand"ot cases in the_ Cuv X N h i ionsol'.Aabama,'ha~ye numerous cas" es"
Y o k, w h c w w l r .... t 'p' r.u reaI re er `6 ) %%1 hpr pc o d D r. T ow nseendrs S arsapawrlal. a be .
temenot. rater. wIt ,s the eb..t nelci, ( ve it to bp one of the rSosit ValUdblo prepara-
theF'. ,;** + .*'r ,+ !Ihpprepnfive ofdisease known." It'undo ub'-ie in "the ai'ke- .
SiI4 avedth lives of more than W.L.. O. D.
HE *uheriier respef.; N t Y TtoSAND CHtDrrdENevTHE PASTSEAN. .e ; 'r N.
Sri rein s As. it removed the cause of dieas, arid rear .. "., '
,,' ,^ s and the public enirally,' that 'he has-taken hem h uniier season. It has ntver be E E NDOR, tM D.
a, d thoroughly repaired and refited the commo- 'know to injure in the lease the m'ost dJica AlbaMy, April 1, 1846, ;
4; t4ous andi delightfulls lorat-d house at th- Eastt rn child ...- '
u ",op tolthe Markel square, i i this city fdr the'ac- I RH EUMATISM.- Nervons DbiiliT
,* ., ommodat ion of Boardr 'r, transient er perma." ThisSarsaparilia is lued with mtiost perfe. .
m eat., The locati,,i of ihia ihouseisach a to ucess in Rhe.umatic complaints, hewwever- 'Yor, arr/ -47,1847.,
reeo'mmend it to the favwr e all who'wihb t Ms vere or chronic The a-ton';hin, cures it hi. .. f++JTZD STATES OFFICER.
jny the Gitll'breze and l-a bathing ., perforted arerindeed wune'rnil. Other ren +ap't.' G- W- McLean,' one of the United
+ -is able, wll ala.was he- tNrnasbed with the" r"- ,ra--ie th, ne New
.L1 -ul "'~le. akll "a.. w die, aern,-tines give teporary c i ir Marne Cr and c o the New
is ha Whamaikel aJ)rds e .eradicates it from 'the syterm, even when Jersey Lesilali.re;' has kindly sent u% ihe tbol.
.:.+ a.Hmi b of .t-he be. supphed with Wineslimbs ard bonesare dreadl wvy swollen. oing eertlicaie. It lellUs t own'srWy.
...L.quors of e "r"-p i n t %I ,h _Trry 'one of the+. 'Rahway. Jun 25, 1847.
Atra"hed to th hu ia w dest and inal respec ble La'vyers rin Harlforl A vear sine' I was faken with the InfluenM,
Alley for he a. .use.t"of wo, I es ..Conn. The following isan ,extract of a let r tiid nv, whodesystesn left in a dphhlitaied tale. R
-favor him with a call.- I "',ill at i ceived from hiln ; I was indunceti tn try Dr. Townann'ls Sarsapa-
... Ovqers ?ihe fiest quaj"' 1 all ^ *" ^ Or. Towinst nrt-I have used one bottle trlla,'and allta making two or three, bottles, i
1ouniol-am this hous / T. CRANZ. y"tr Sarsa"pailla, and find it is Fxcellent in' il"a.s very touch reli ved, and attribile if entirely
Jan. 19, 1847-"* / effects tupon a Chronic Rheumatic pain to whil the saud, Strsaparill.i. I have continuied tlk.rna
M' A '" .. 'HO. E. PENS;ACOLA I subject, froman ifiiury occasioned sevr-nit andi t d ilai I iminr,,vet very day' I believe it
'A IN 81N e, g l a th paureyears agO 1, in a public stake. Please send nisaved m) life' and would not be without it under
*T Te iersignie has te plAeasured t estothearefS"v.re- 'have coriany consideration. '
*ed Ion bB t'rien and^ theversrdtwifh two of ur pri'ipal physician n W. McLEAN.
mum* pub tahIts ie h recoemmenced your Sarparilla. ':

D.ennd w nodSA IBNT.i ct-r fill in ciuriie this distressing complaint, than for
a March 25l 846-6in CONSUIMPTI 'N CUrIzD. diseases ohlie Bli,od, Dysptp.iu,'"Rheiilmatism,r I
n ---. Cleanse and S'rengthen. 'oisumption can band Nervois Debility. Read the fillowin. J
e'+" -""^7 cured. Bronchitis, 'Consurnptl ion, Liver rom Pa. TOVNF.ND : Pear Sir-The effects, of
..... ...... plaint., Catarre, Coughs, Asthma', SpiiiriT'nur Sarsaarills are truly wonderful. For the
~;' ','.' .. .1... *, ye '*o of Blood, Soretiess in the Chest, ]-et-lai -,i or ight years past, I have been, subject J
F' ..h' N Ii' '; ? Flush, Nigiht'Sweats, Difficult or Pro'fuse Exto severah]tlacks of the tortures of that coin- t
"= pPcioration, Pain in the Side, &c., have heenplaini, an had daspaired of ever finding relie
/ -g + J. 0. SMITH. id Ca hae br cured' except i besthe I have the pleasure to inform de
/ e .-r ...D _'*" r.' D: owsendDear vir: ailv twenty you "thee is yet a balm in Gilead.'l I have re
y ruggistl e,.oer rf -a'&fOx ad Gov- yeArs ago I tooka violent cold; which settled ont used twojottles of your Sarsapartrilia. and feel ci
rnmett. streets., Pens,trola. m. y lungs, and affected n' severely, indeed finally, to remains of my old complaint. 1 send: you s)j
/ I EE'S constkantllon hand a.'mlplet, genE- it become aconsiant hacking cough, but not a.. li- for pblicatiort. and any peritin youmay rc-
n. s mean Fresh ass',itment ol' DRUG.'. and severely as to prevent me t'rni aenrding to me 'er tinme,I would be haupy no inlbonu of the hi
MEDICINES. &c;,'oton the most reasonable bttsioess. Within the last fe.v vears it incress.- benefit liave received at'your hands. ci
.-; tsrnis. "- 1 i .d orn me gradually.. At last I b 'canie reduced- Yours, truly. .b
arFamilies supplied withMedicihne, andl Physi. beathed with dlfficulh, aind raised with :my JOHN HALL,.49 Fultonast. hI
anspre.cripuints carefu'ly conmmanded and'de- caugh. much bad matter, and ti>r the last nine July 6 1846. da
iveredatallhnurn, nighat'rday. ; .... s,.pear u.indeed, r Sar apaiilla hadmyslf ,T k i i !
; Oct. t3, 1847. :.g. ; re sw eats; indeed, my rinds and mysefl h NervoUs Debllliy. -, ha
/,...r+ + .... _- ^'snppo.-d that I womid die with the Conrumpt'ioni; .' 1i b York, \,arc 27, 1837 "I
T. iRUNKU., Valc., andn s Caret Big,.--t fine l !it 1 have the happiness to i or, .n.y... 'i-rat to nws-n. ,,., have.been aficted.,
a'.ortunent on hand aud for sale. mysutrprise, att.--" r; -rr...ee t.,o..... of your bruurs DI'3.WNsEsN :iihadrave t'ee"u uafll.ihntore
april 8 P k'N \PP -.n pri', '1 'find myr. .three tone.soIt yourleard r le years; wiha dreadvedtiiikingin~the
B t n gra dualar ''ngrdul, ard tn re(.., rh b* e chest, fdmess in th, head, loss of' appetite.
sa t leby, ,F. DE LA ,RUA. h t h2 sIh do
.returned.You are at liberty to pulbsh this I hane'yken other medicines soo nnuin,oin to
FRESH BEEF ,, nn, i; t paper.' tf yotu choos;. menti bit which little or no success I'n^as _
RT; EH, R..l.... Pc e. little girl who wer thre, var nId, had a 'dcecby wat. Isa.win the paper to irvab -
TI -der i'" l.a' 7n ,, rec c,, > th ..ery b .d 'h -' ," h' o ," '* "t. We tie of 'our Sarsaptrilia, froon ,hicl) I ltnud '.U
.... on d'* eron on this Stiltii With 'fresh Beel, takes W hile + ug themedilne. I gave her some of h,,ttratinH fcan 1 ihe mlain,,h t av is ivea ',n.t Ca
,)thismethud nf infemndg the public, that t, en tiielv rivdhe as w iie I have evertaken-the ,a,nt iiVy heart Al
he h* nas tukea a stalldi the m~rkL'e Mere; chldt' ever saw. She was als. 1ul at liti.p i hS t .nave takenyour Sar.ap a" I nhay
.} ts.tl1 he C.It1amn,lly fund thre best Beef the .tes ; i took then away' and her skin is .... h b ter appettf ten ever i l'ad. +.'y
country aff,,rds, and at "puicesto utltlU tine imoothan, n I a "tsfd .se re- wife bastaken it with thesamihitn b iuialesultes
n..iees. F'ami.ies will be",i~i~,lifd nioh. co'i'e hor tealth from asing your exceullnt I w,.i,,( reeocmnindi e asha tmily mcdics egn; he

;,';.S-or marie~lve I n reas<>aable;,terns. He 6. erally, d lfeetenvined'that-it so used there
q n 1 9, : W.- CONANT, would ot be all, the sickness there is, and con-
S hopes t-trecelve a shar,'of the'p,.blilpa-'. 444 Bowery. a qin. ily rnt so ,.any Docor, bills; fior which
k nage. -Look out 'fr'stall Nip. 2. --- i ,sstlores appetite, at alao gives to thestoinach
S..... "L.... OHN GH ENT N GIRLS, READ THIF. arid bjw-ls iheir regular tone, it keeps the blnod s
uulv"--tf Yohave pale coimplexitms, dull eyes.blolches'in a hiahth state, iso that disease is not- likely
t o.n hft aie, rouuh skin, and art "out otsper,i.." t4 attack tire system. And to all those who are
= .i. r. r... u. u ieib.ahlile tr No of Dr. 'I nrts'nd'i .ar-iia- .. t in a h'allth. state l say tryDr.Towisend's
TOI E.--l)uring m1v hiihs-pce Iront tlia. It w'illcleanse your blood. ie.mbve the Saisapaiilla.
-, Ppnsaeola- Mr GEORGE '"W Ireclkl1aaid hl-ilch ., anti give )ou aniniation, THOMAS SNIITH, 70Allen.st all
cCAY. ... ill act as r ... 4 plarllin Cae,,n,.,tuI actas myje : plexion-all of wcich are ot inmmenec value tL ,1i1,g, Nz Y Redding'& Co', state street, Bos, ni6
JLHN(HF. ,untjaomred ladies.Dotr
J" HN' "H lT. "unm"+aried ladies. N' E: ,,n--Dvott4 Sonsn 'S2 North 2d street, Phil. dis
Oct 7-tl .. -.. addlphia-S. S. HaInce Dniriit, Bilioi'e- (
G A '"GRET FEMALE M'nfTl'B P. NM. Cohiet, Charlesron-\% ii-ht & (Co.,' 1.51
... RtOCOLA'IE-.-.5 Boes bweel Cholate Di T ... ... _'hartires ot,,.i, N. 0.-A (15 Soul.h' Pearl street,
;jus reive"d and 'r lIale dv ndr.__sed's Saraaata is a n' i eren A lana-and by all the p.ncipal Druggists, and
A- ,Le r"jt-eu'oo''' .r W, ttes,.,,t,. Sares' Wesf li idiesaidthe Ianadis. '
"d orn diffi'ult. .enr.-iiatinn, Inconsti-,nir ol '1 irsalehv J 0 1MI TH' "
C. P. Knapp, Uri,., onon,)nitaty discharge therel, aud for pe..acol,'F b.': " 2 3.
.v: '~. "~ | I~ii, gen, ral P.osirIn.-n ot the System, n/mat ;
Hs just received hnd, is iiiw opening the. 'er i ith- ilie rif suli of th' iniin, riin cise, or L sub.rber IVIn de an arrangeen- A
-' "laio'.,l asorimenut of piodici d ht iripiularty, illne-ss ,i aecid-tt. subrer im made an arranged
Sr Goads, anrG.od Cloin Boots Nottin" rlan b- inn'ue sIm 'iisti lli arn ,i in- .T % litli iwo gentlemen ii the city of ,ahijla g <. I
'-D: r-' l 1 a ny Cir. B o s vi.uraloii afl-ci' on lhe liunane trait Per- 'on I'r ibs active piosn-,ulicn in connex;ioln with con
a1f)h. oi [fie~ huan a /in
Shoes, U WE, 'a-s, 4'c, 4'-c., sons, all vieainecs and lassitude, iron, ki,.g it, htimt'self, i 'laii, uponthe Government, which fort
ki, ifr offered lor sale in this' m.,rki-t, which LI once bhetopin robilst and f'ull of er.enr1 uili, Ilas be nonminited tp his vhar.e, respt-ni'illy ('ii)
kbe intends disposing of at' vry low rriccs. is inlm'e. It inninndiaately countfaeis thm renders his seryicesaes'a 'General Agrtt for thai Gal
lec' 2P '* 17.f i nerve e-sness of the Ifemale frame, Wiji, is th, pt'rpuepeto ail prsoapns, inteieied i. eu I elaimn. 1,oi
.tI,,.f great cause nf barenI.s. .", t tVALKEURANDLR.UWN, ', Noi
S.. It will no be rxp-eied of us, in cjseoo "May 27, 1S.16-38--1 and
4LISLIN LES.-A h cw -hplceratns p'-licat a asiiure, to exhinli ce-nllr(a ofr-cures His chaigcs will in all cases be contingent ex B*t
-, \ for late by C. P. KIN't-p. ierlurnitd, bil we can as.-ure he II cldlha- cept a fiee of men dollars in advanve to osever .
.ii ,; ..nd'rde elt casesahavs. 6o.ea r.f o us postage au4 othpr lacidentalp oiepensss.,


; SAM-Is a pleasant, certain, .safe and ef
feoRtual remedy tir dysentary, diarrhea or loose
ness, cholera morbus, sulimmer complaint, eholic
griping pains, sf:iir stomach, sick and nervou
hIeadache, heartburn, waterbrash, pain or sick
ness of t.le sloiiach, vomiting, spitting up.o
food after eat ini,and also here it passes through
the body 'uincian.'ed, wanl of appetite, restless
'ness and inability to sleep, Wind in the stomact
and bowels, hyst.rics, cramp, nervnus ttemori
and twitching, 40a sickness, faintings, melan-
choly and Jown"sl of spirits, fretting and crying
of infants,' and fw ail bowel affections 'aind ner.
vous diseases, i. : .
This is one of fe most ef('ciert, pleassnt.an(
taf reoinpnosit ,ni ever oflerd ti) the public fo]
the cure,of the viriou- derangemierits 6f the slo-
f(ach and boneli,aniid the ONLY article' Ur'Ihy um
the Ieast contideie for 'cutring cholera i.nfanitun
or summer complaint; and in all the above die.
eases it really actor like a charm.'
All persotons arereqiesled totry ii, for without
exception, it' is oid of: the mRot.' valunable family
medic'ines .ever veti' discovered. Hw udieds, nay
*46ou'sands, of ;ceraficates, have been received
from' phy'ctan, cler'vmnen, and families of the
first reipectabilit, lisari,,g the strongi&'st lesti'nmoi.
ny in its favor, toornuinerous to publi-i. ,

CHI CAGO, 111., March 27, 1845.;
Dr.Jayne--Dear ir.: You ask me what proofs
1 me t -Aith of the efficacy of your Carminttive
I can sifely say thatI'l never prescribd a medi-
chie for boiwel coin'Ilai,its that has gitsin mesc
much satisfaction, and my patients sun speedy 'and
perfiLct. reliefas .,thi%..t Whenever-iJjro duced in-
to a fa.nily, it becomes a standing remedy f6i
hoe ailhif nis', and is called flor again and again.
which I think a preity good pronf ofh its ,lfficac%
and sef'ulrtiss, In\ th e. summer' coiiplaint; o1
childrenn it has frequently appeared to snalcth tlie
little victim's, as it were, from thd grave. "li
saved Ihe life of my child, and of s,.-h amid sin h
a child," I have repeatedly herrd said.' In dysen-
eric affichtiuna of adults, I have time and, again
s.'n it' aci like a charm, ahd give. petmanenl me-
ief in a few hours, f may say in a'few minutes.
n fine it is a valuable medicine, 'ariddno family
h,,uld be witiaurit. Reap.cdfuhly,
I ': +M. L. KINAPIM, D. .,
Professor of Materia Medics in tLhe Laporte Uni.
verii%'h, Indiana.
For sale by J.-O. SI'THa,
march 1-28 P ensacola.

)RtfdS, 'Medicines, ChemiCals, &c -The
'.tis-'ribpers have just received from "ew
oirk' a large supply' of genuine Drugs and Med
lines, nimiraring aluiosi every article in that liie
Family Medicines and Phys-in ian's prescriptions
ui upt with 'rare andheatfess.
NOv 18-12 ... .,, SMITH.

AIN 'S, Oils, Glass, Varnish, Turpentine
S4-c. Forsaletby ; '
dec 2--14tf 'J. O SMITH,
SColds, &c--So many people are afflicted
ith' these cohitmon every day disorders, that ;wn
eemr it our duty to. point our readers to a simple
umedy, which we have'tried and found effica
ious.- Jayne's Expectorarit- is a very valuable,
yriup which-we have lately -used with good ef
ct.in stopping a cough, and loosening anc
breaking up a cold. It is a very agreeable medi-
ne.- Thiis recommendation.is not a bought pue,
it entirely voluntary; and we feel that we can
irdly do a greater favor to our readers in these
ays of cheating, than to recommend them as
ell tried,' eficint retnedies, especially those we
ave used~ourselves. DANL. HENSHAW,
IEditor of'the Lynn Record, mass.
For sale b) J. 0. SMITH,
*-28. ; Pensacola.

IANDS Sarsapaparilla;. do Salt Rheum Reneme
Sdy; do Roman Eye Balsam;':do Clove Ano-
te, for toothache.. .
Dr. Brapdret,'s Vegetable Universal Pills.
Scatpa's. Acoustic, Qil for Deafness. I ,
tlahnestock's Veriitfuge; do Opedeldoc ; do
I1|tt Balamt "
Di. Jaynis' "Expectorant;, do Hair Tonic; do
ruminativee Ba.lsam;,,do American Hair Dye; do'
I.ralive; do Sanatin Pills.
Lee's Anti-billious Pills. -
Swaiti's Panacea .. ..
Wistar's Balsanm Wild Cherry.
Dr. Jackson's Pite Einbrocation, for sale by
o -.-;.'.. : AgeoJ. O.pSMITH, .
Noy 19.. 2 ..... Agett. fo)r proprietors.

- Ie

Com.ntission 4' Shipping Metecha nit
"'Ga4lveston Texas.
T7TLL receive', on consignment, LUMBER,
,.; wiuch he;will sell at wholesale and retail,
busi ,.ess inruAddA to me will meet promnpi
ention My wharf being Large and conive-
nt, z-ssels drawving 12 feet can discharge with
patct.'- /4-. : : :
Oct. 13,,.1347 ,,... i : -. ;" '

i Doz. Litien Bosom SHIRTS, just
io rfcuivrd-snme of which are of the very
'est quslni. nrid will 'be ,old very low, by
Feb. 10-23 -6 F DE LA RUA

LL Peronnt are hereby' notRfled that I will
I piwzr,,,i- an, or all u5hotinay be guilty q,
ting ,i.brf-i,'a certain iract of land in'-'thu
nty of I sau,,ni-a, coriilaiing two hundred auit
y arp.n, .,br-ui seven miles N. E. from th.
y of Pensacula, between Point Goidaer ol
hoaioi-., 'or Devil's jPnn, one n;ls dilstant
11 tlie latter, 'owards the r oulh, biiindeml
rwh byland ipanmed Marianom L,.itriy, iS',iili
V\ ext by 'vacant lond, "and East iby he
y of Pensac(ola. '
",". -" ". ..-, WM.T. BELL.
ept.e'15, 1847-2 f ,











commend to the attention of those desirous
of restoring their hair, or improving it's beauty, to
this elegant preparation. We nearit every where
highly spoken of, and especially by all who have
made use of it, as greatly efficacious in stimulat-.
ing the growth of the hair, anrid preventing and
curing nany affections of the skin Its virtues
are amply and sufficiently proved.-N. T.. Sun.
HAIR. TONI.-Dr. Jayne's Hair
Tonic has not merely excited great attention, andt
been extensively used in Philadelphia, but here,
and throughout theUnion generally. We expect
that some of the Philadelphia editors have used
the Tonic and become dandyfied, they speak so
warmly of it. ; I holds a high, and, we believe,
deserved reputat'ion.-N. Y. Morn. Atlas.
Very true, Mr. Atlas, many of our editors have
used this valuable Hair Tonic, and thuref.re -peak
knowingly when they commend it to nIbhli rio-
ti,'e, and we say no gentleman or lady should be
Without it; and if your hair be thin, harsh,- and
unhealthy, oris falling off, you have but to apply
t-he Hair Tonic, and it is again restored to health
and beauty; if you are so unfortunate as have a
bald head, a few months' use of this valuable
tonic, will, without doub, restore to you that 'val-
uable covering--the hair.-Alexander's Messen-
ger. .. iT
For sale by J. '0.sMIT,
.m12-28 Pensacola.

nrien and Ynlendenlia sts
J FARINAS,CiTfrte House, Pelafox street,
Sbeitween Bailen and Front sis

M' P. DeRIOBOB0, Jusliceoh thie Peace'of-
.I..fie in the City Hall
M CROUPPER, J'ustice ofthe Peace, office in
.l the City Hall
A4 H. RUNYAN, Honse, Sign and Ornamen-
*-I. tal P;Linte Palal'ox street.
I McALLISTER, Boot and She@ MIanufac-
t u lurer, Palat'ox street '
J KRETZ, Tailor, Palafox street, opposite
*. the public square. !
[I E'NRYA. NUNE,' D4ealer in Giocerifs,
L. &e'., Government street' i
LIEWIS DIJNN, Barber and Hair Dreasser,
Palafox street "' "
D DAVIDSON, Auctioneer & Commission
Merchant, West Gate ol the Navt Yard,
W Atringtonm ''. -""

t V. H. DITN A R, Cabinet Maker & Under-
.i l taker, cornesof Paafoxt!d Ronina ets.
T'-HONACKER, "Grocery -Siore & Porter
S* House, corner of Baylen and Za'ragmza sts
H- O HONAC'KF.R',Bulle' Head Rf6use, on the.
Beech, between Palalbox and Baylen ms



,v "3 -
) +- +. I- +: .
'HAtRLES A. T1WEED," Attorney at Law,
LJ M ilton, FluIida r: i '' ;
D R. RAS H, Druggist, Milton, Fa, keeps mon.
stantly on hand a choice supply df Medi-
ines '. .- '. ; ';.- *
L[ N. AMOS, Dry Goods, Gnceries, &c,
.. Miltl.n.Florida ..
" EO NI HAMILTON, Globe 11outne, Milton,
J Florida :.


On Consignment,
A ND will be sold at New York cost,
1 full jeweled Hunting Case Gold Watch,
I 1 English Levr, full jeweled, iade by
'. J Tobias.
2 doz. ass'd sizes Gold Penn il Cases,
2 dhz. Gold Pens, besi qiialiy,
2 doz. asa'd patterns Gold Pins,
2 dz. Fine Gold Siuds,
6 pair Colt's Revolving Pislols,
S3 Fiee Double Barrel Guns,
Together with a spl, ndid assortment rf Pocket
Cutlery. [jaia 26] C P. KNAPP:

..rs t il k ,TH BLOUD. .'. ..


*>, : ~ AND .
u^ Ia UfUE~LnEST~arK iniuuz'r'zTr iuz-flEu~au..
'The hi.i and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Medicines have acquired fPr their
S invariable efficacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure, has rendered the usual
1.- praltice-of, puffin not on!y unnecessary, baut unworthy of them. They.arekn.Q nbg f
their fruits;, their good works testify for them, ,nd they thrive aot by the f' 'i ii4 '
cre4duious.. '
m-I .Ieti. Fp.V ,.It A G ,(I4 E. Ner 'a Driilt '. .
Jate anid, CAroi'c Rlmua'tim., ,For ild sco'ur mef the weter. N .erw- C.,i, D /,ot"
A- .ffetionu of the Bladder and euhnry the.e inedicie, illo bsu Oa l itr.anic '.0Iffsmir ''. 4 .I ,- l'
Kidne!,,. "a' foum a',afe, .peedj, aud certain I lju .riiena f Bev 1' lIiea.
B5. 1 BILt1OU FEVERS ana reme'dy. Ulmer .nelicius leave Pa.nter's Cui. "
'' LrVER C'OMIPLAINTS. ..,e fJerm subject t. return of P I L E.S l Tha ',riinal prpne" i'
SIn the south and west. where the disease-a cure by these nli to' ofltheliemedcinBins w.ptijred
t hese dijeaes prevail, ihry will enae is rermaientD. Try them be of I le& o 3&i years ntauuding by
be found invaluable. ilanlers, skltisfied and be cured. the use -of ih Life'bltdicilv.' i
For rrera, ,nud other, WIw'i once Fo iptse o i the Coml-'Leion.i atone. ,
use I These 51Mdiciies will never G EN ERAL LbE ILI TT. JP-,ia 'iu tiehe ead, aide, back
".6 afterward, b" without them. Got. limbs, inu, a Pnt rau t i -
SBdlous Ch.alic and Stem esM- Giefe.. Rr w "" "... s ,
eea e -a' eLH Li. 1U t a 'rt I S I .-T-' a aIO1
S ess G'ra,,el RHEULTAT M.-Tho.
.-..*. ~. "" ,* HA.taehes. o tf nyki dicedd with ltisnterrible dmeuaM*
-'~~~~~ j!e I-~ qf~i,'k, -u fie ure of mue ~fbyMa i
S Cos''venet,. Imr- Fer. ,Mod"ereolrs.,l.fbt;fr s
Coe, anrid Coulg4. I"tntemuatut RlAC51ti. w- Rc 7 Bloe.. li .... '. .
?' Clon c. -;' Impure Bone. & oour d c -r
CONSUMPTT1'. UCaed J-s.ndi.,e. a' Ru r" -
with the garealst saceeu ia this Loss 6f .ppeilite. elli n g
0 nieae .. LI VER COMPLAINTS. S ROFU oxnK .. ,_ 3'
SCbfrpi 17*m1 i. -. 1.Iproes.. EVL.RUU.L.A sK1110'S
3)rep+,it. r "u. .. oE v 1 In It'Loh.it -or a-r"., ,
'DYSPEP8SIA No penor MEIIVUiKAL DISEAS- Ulcericjre'ry l.ne pliun. :
-, with this ditre.sing dieuae i EA. W'e-irfail.eeradieitean-'. :.W JR. M ,,.l'a.l inlua,,ateefe- 'o V
should delqy uwinj gtbose media t-rel Ill nbe elff't, of Mir erenry tuially Aetpelled by thesip ime=l-
Sci innui'dj ,ely. .ininUite.y -ooner t0a6 n thu 'ntt f :ie' w... Parciml, wili do ell.'16 ,1
.Ernpt,,n; ol t 8km '. "pbwirfu 'preparation of Samr i 'administer inrtnr whereer 'ir I ,i "7
SEr,,',ctzs. A p i.la. C-letitnle is nXected.'r,-lif.i
Fitu.eV, '", ,ht 8wieatls. il be certa,. i n

re, Itr u .
s thuar.as3J M ati0a3P CA.7;aP i3na
p 1 ", A,,d th u re mooe avl d In e rIn"'lh eA' e a t o .
. .. ." I : ', < *ii
m sinet,',riatwillt p tlahoeLIFE PILLS.and PH(EN.IX BIT'T'E R,Sbeyo a a,,* ear.,-.n, .
" pemileion, in the pqtimnmiouj o every paient. '' I." '
i-r' Prep.red and~.62ao'whueS 3SS BD ldway. 'oreerotf."ltbouiyuryei, New York ... t "
_,- The Geriui,. ,f'iihr' nuediciiie re niw plt up'in whiie wrpperuand labeli, toeether wp.h a pamjphltt, ulled
"i .tofl~'g Gtcrd .amariumai?' iconiaing t'. directions, *a.n M4 wlrt'h.;i? SHret toloour O'iice, by vwhli ,rareser -iiilin l the 'uciu can very Vtapily f1p The 'rrii lp~l' i ,- *
e .tI gat.. t. t. pq-x" y rs d A "Mmll f

,_ ase cnyp.righited .t ,'n fot ihca e I prnnr ih e'w ie *'riprs c be M ared tt h iam -
Lsmb-i ns. -' d eathhiu I. r h.

emine i individuals. .' .
Copie4 can, be hirnished Iron i Ihe original Dan" -
gnerre,'yp"e,'b i.he' saire proi..se,, and are gen"
ally equal, and,'olten :aupeiiur'lo the'origim'al i
press.t o ... u, -
Aul Printers Depot.'
No.' 17Canal StreetRow-, op-l'-,if ?hi Cost
Houre. -
T- H. GREEN respec.t.ully, annoufner
.. I'ubli-hera arid Pitmens, ihp he hsseiL
lih, d a ci.nip ,teand extienive T'YP) FOI
DFRY iii thiscityv. .
THE BOUK LETTER of-tbits fAiZdarv' -
cuiil to order, by sgrknq.en ot ,Jhng. xitiae'aq
and as no exprrines. was Fsl.aied. to "iblain t,
hauidaomLest fares, and .,i peit 'ec t iem in ive.
respl.ct,' tlie'asFcrltion is v( n'i,,d t.f-at it mill,
lound ihe handmniiest in tlie Un-tn 4 E'tates.
Al,-o a vry harnd-onie assitti nt ol.-EIlori
Comn.inianion 'tardrrs, aind.JOB, L,R'l '1 ERI
thl laieas ityle, to vi'.ch the atentuin i' Pv
lersioli lieln, brt'tte pni chaiinrg'dlseherD \
arn-les imanisuf., t uied l this FouidTdsr hall
of a material .rqiut.al, it LoI Ipertunr, 1o at' y "r,1L '
nfan'ur,0t at bhe N,,rth ; ad as Ilv" wI Ube 1h
nished at New Youk p'ri'es thie 'rprieor',,
ths new,'nt4hrphise tro Ito inr''r''ni'th due
couragem-'ot hl .' -*. .. I/
r 'sah:giptrtj -o aznd nmyjhh ",frJai.
hic',:h ,ieliler iF 6 l CHae., Lases. ('eollreaii
J S t e i i F u- r n, n r1 ,1 G h f led jy 1 P 'rnir i n "l 1 'I ef1 o l ll
Q.lor, atc'Juidftn n'ry Bt tt P', in the- Pril'tIE
business, .kept conwtanily on ha'-d at mudera*
fail's ,
-r1T'i'he propriItor of newspapers who 8ill
publish ihis advertifemenni six ii.onihs, nrd fd
a Iaper ino this Fo,'ndaryw weekly will b, |,aid
lite advejlisem-nl by pi.irclha-an'g six. ti I, .
amotnat of ad.%eil invm bill in Tpe. :
H'. H. Ghl'EFN, 17 (anal titeetiBow
Ori;pisite thile Cilpt< i wh m .
Proprietors I Nepwspapers v;hi, havi piibhijj-
ed iheadv. rlntICm-nt of't.IFEN & Ce R- il plek'iS
suspend anrd 'iirera h1eabbu%-.
March 8, l84r. 61m -
.-' Notice.
THE subscriber begs to stale thatoiea..prepl.
.L rd uo-manu acture BLANK BOQKS of ev-
ery d- enription, and to R-bind O'd Books, Pai p
phlers-and Music, ain moiderale puice 'anpoin to j
imnosi 'orkian-like mannerr' 'F '-' l j ),
Mohile, Dee. 20, i847. F. H. BROOKS '
I' i '
White Wine Vinegar..,. t;
SCansKsand Ba .es in' h .,b,J.i,0 p '
1 rNt' less than n it u-ial price, forrle b .
j 26 '.* C. '.I" sIW -O 1



I I'- I L

- -- _1 _1-I -I

+ , + ++] + + .,',+


'Penracola. ,0 vr --- 1-a:nd 'T. B *OJLARKE, (lateAr/thony,ClarksA .
""R.J. BIOSNAHAM, Druggist and dealet 2. 247 Brnadwav." The fllohing letmeS "
.a in Dry Goods:&c., Palafokx, s treeti between recently received hby the late prppiietors C'
Government and Intendentia streets. establishment: .
TALKER ANDERSON, Attorney atLaw, ." BET Sue. MAINE, (Fran
W Office on Governmeutsireet. i. "Sirs-11 is with lively matisfactio'n'thaM'
........JORDAN, -- At-- torny .'" presstotyOn the great pleasure which youo'l'
IPILLON JORDAN, Attorney Law. Office Iraits, bi Dnnerreit)pe, po bhtantiul in thse,'-
J-onPalafoxgtreet.. ecninn, have, given me, ai.d nmy. axsT '
SF. MAFEE, Auctioneer and Commission uhey are aui,,ng the most peat teit ifia htv
L*Merchant, Palafox street,' seen. !
--T,-T- ... ...... Il feel much flattered inm seeing my dis,exr
S.B 'JERRISON, ry Goods dGrnery so vtend(d, und hy such repi, sentma4ioni. .
- '- Merchant, corner of Palafoxb'Od Govern- fio.ni l and high rreflered I
nent streets. "-eeive. sirr, 'ni y si on .ite ci.p.ementd aiIA
KEYSER & MeVOY, Dry Goods ,AMerchant- lth,' a-surance ol my most dietingihnilbd t ecidcj
and general Shipping Agents, corner ol ration. DAGUER-tic.
alafox and Governmnent streets. -, "Messfrs Anlhoiny;, Clark & Co. .NtWw Yomik."
J. GARDINER, Tailor, Commnns' Row, Testimony from sn high a source as this, ti
SPensacola g reat dicivPter nl the Dagu'erretyp' art Iit ',
.+ -. _. _" sI-i, ftrni~he. r.onclusive tvldpn< e oj p.he ullUo i- '
0 SM11 H, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, orilf, tiifhe picluie.sPxecuiIdin elthe abtAe ailery
Paimnts, Oils, Books, Stationeury, &c., corner T'his gall'rv eintan-, as its Ranife.bltiortr,.
,fPala'ox andGovernmtent streets. eral hiindied peileci .'il nte.4 l,-Iti n
[1 F. INGRAHAMI,,Commission Merchant, i;an s.!1tnsmen,, and ohe.,ldi- \a.
L. Palafox stre-et. le-r., ainong which may b'e 5j cn adi*iiiablejlb,.
npss'es from, iile.'ot' 'he-fo 1P 4 T.e ill o*
(' P:'KNAPP, Dealer in Drv'Gn'd., Groce- wIoInetav- e dr(eas.Fd,-.'T0 th TIeeph '-l 1ivars
L. ries, Boutsbhhues,&c j Palaiox street. ihus shae.winR the ilapoiitance;tand einitiniur 'r,
rVONZALEZ '& GOMEZ, Billiaid aloonu, lere, ui siuch a collection: ;.s,...il -
J Palafox street. A ndrew Jtckson, Gen Jesse eighth, Mi ss :
< NH 1 i JOHNS n, Dealer i n Dry d Jo'seph Smory. U. S. Su- Erasituis Rout, NV
UENR JONSON, Dealer ,r Dry Goods, pr em o:rt, Ho1aId, 19
L Groceries, &c.,Government strct; eSnnh honsontdo Dani Btli76 ged .
Smitmh T1hoinplson, do DknlB1'idie,is *
108. O.UIGLES, Ship and Family Stores, Pal, Hon. I. C. Bates. Maas,. Dr Sewell,) C. '
J afox'street. ." 'h" :.. L. :altoriMiall, du Corn Kernn..u a /
A--T a r T---- n.i .. "; p l .A 1 F veretl,' do ',n,(.raiie,' B> 9..'1m .',,/
\A MEiICAN GROTTO an Reading Room, A enr. i de (".' n au sr" '-e"
A by LalaytLie Robertson, Palafox. sireel. -" W, G-[r, da "' Alerx PG-*rr aLn '
V m'.nt a3 'd Al R."r .'-
I IT RE+CESS, by P. Conwav, Palafox Jnhn B Dauson.La. J.,h,, ..is,bell,'1G.f '
U street., .. .' J H Pevton ", enn. J,-6tfi it,. K "', '
-" ...... M cliobtrts, aI N F 1G M'sp14)el,hAr -
, A, S .I N H O U SE D. Saint, Propiietor He'nr, ._ y 1+ T
Z| nau- a Feet. Jnhhn L Kdrr, Md. Hera In-gian, N e. .. -),
-Zaragoasaireel WWnt S Fuitlonr, Ark. Fx..G.v.Ediwal s, i ; k.
IENKS HOTEL, corner ofPaialox and Ro- r'ap \\' W Albi'tie, su aw aj In"m I-'.1phin, ,i ,
S m ana streets.. ., .., Ex G ,,v. Wnih', N T. .H ,nJ _.un ltA iur gto ',t
-- KWINKLE,Pensacela Bakery, Intenden. ( T r',iss,'u s'a. C(o John Ii' .,llh
.. tia saLreet, Vest ol'Baylen st -. Edward'te, DPC (C hancellorKe, N '
-- -.- *--- Ex Govv Fairheld, Me. I -f ,
I WI ),ERS,' Bowling cSaloow '& Coffe eA G, eveal cities, frome 'failyprtait
r o,.- .a a P, txn ,aitr.. heween, 'p ,nvern.- ., -. "




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs