Title: Florida Democrat and mechanic's and workingman's advocate (Pensacola, Fla.)
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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
Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. & D. Jordan, Junr.
Publication Date: March 15, 1849
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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T][HE '"FLORIDA, DEIMOCRAT."inurdoritdso nfthreol.
,, : TThe subscriber bavimg purchased this | o th M s w II
"Press" solicits a conuilualion of ihea1 be fiund of sp, cial v' .ueto those whAo 0A
l i b e r a l p a i r o ag e. it h a s h e r e to lo r e e n j o y -b I r ; : r T ; m e a n s o t h e r c i rclm ia n c e s ,d
*.., nd ^ ^,, ,.,.r^AW Mfd AIC!^ ^BW0THKTGM AN 1S ADVOflATE,*:r-;,,:,'^^^
c I+-, and thOene~nouragxemeut of. the rpading a ."..
public generally. H e is fully advis cd of t% 'i\ i y AV U J % rnce, S lffiring, rtr perhaps ri kk f hle. --
the difficultiesa ,,d perlplexitnes that fr ,in "Oi i l ., R' .I 4AN -=., ... .. e 'hod,f a o l tl e e 'o b s an
ime to time assail the lproprietor of a Volume 41, Pensacola,' March 15, S849, ..,... +, ._...,.
... .... ** '* 1 *' ....iiiiiim ii a.i im ~ inM^ ^. i7,i,..,, Cel-br i'.ld F.rench P-hV lclaan) is,fiul
N ewspap or, in his career. But bi l i 11 ^ 1 1111 a i -m-r'^ -p ^ -. "--. ,. i 1 .11. i--- w 11.111 om m unlli i -, t his work. T he nmean
prompiedito this adt.enure not only b l, areesu -which s a fortune ofit s w whizzing o sm o rr e ;t r 'pr dTi r -
'- "~~~fo e nrtire l yig iven a w ay th e w h ole tw o rm il- w h ic h are s \'ni p tim ns of a p p a hso I-tsa ssd e k es f t t r ria- sc oto a y w a n ho0 tluii y f at ton il a a a u~ m a re c f ali h
-roa hingi~al- s~ n heuter or- lau-tiat~utr se"fhoudtywekentho liisa. bdial, ity wilo f a 6 rti .
d esir t 0 e t a n h o n e st lio n s an d a h a lf o f A lm a n a c s a re g ra- n e ss, M a n y p e rso n s w h o h av e b e e n leat d e r. T h is- m ix te re c o n ta ins n o ib nit ,rio u s s- e hdr:i n r p e p ro c rt';. .n
h t~ selt: ,,,d th ,,se w lh lt h .v e sac rn d claim s ,Uilmously g iven to m erchants. storekeep. for ten, fifteen, ovt ,enty years.. and v er, article ha ever. but possesses to-ic prop- a! nd w here w ant of ,,ff ring is a iause o;f regret, f.inp .1 .,, ,i ,- i,,i,,, be hera hh o
r -p o u h i l : fo r a .s i s t in c e ', ,b u t a ls o b y a d e (r s f am il i e s a n d i n iliv i l n a l s w i t h a v i e w s u b j e c t to u s e e a t t r u m p e t %, h a v e a l'i e r r i e s f. re ia l e ff ic a c y a n d n ,etr e eo n _T eria) a n d ew h e re bw a n to to i t tff tst b4enle o fiar e- "';I
"i si, 're to con tribu to the extent of his hum to heir gene ial 'g ratuitous distribution usine one, or tw o ial ohrow n a qo beha o 0 the o l nsmib ein ,l than anye other- n cine ^ ^ ;,: S a t i s :nat rihiei" i-, t es ihe lea st .
H.le ab iliti es t .. th e in te re s t I a n d n a, h- ,th routh o u t uh e U n ite d S tate s. th e s e tru m p et s btua t m a d e p e rfe c tly w ll. nse d fo r th e se c o m p la in s.. F re ed. fro m. t Ia e e t ep r ed e n itl ,n 6i i"h e r is ,,o 'er..n o 1 m le ry
.... ..ll t e .i. .e..a T he position of D r. JAVN E is an en e It has curn d case of tell, fifteen,I and e me ihe na .-, it il qua les attend ina Copa iba all o -her ( oriet where it am y b -ec me known, .f an n, i a ,,ut lhis w ork. I s pr
m e n t ,f t h e p ub l i c b y t h e d i s S C I I ; I i ow o f d eadin e s s a i a bleIte s w h e r c hivae de c k n.i f ay n u i d i i t ..
vibeoe-ahee yhsO nu add thirty.years standingof ea es, P e an'.] Iho'll,'l miktnres, .it-will be, fband It also possesses the unrivalled qnhilities ,, ie kt ih n w t+asinii
S of useful, inf.br,inlhon, nJ inist ctive se- energy industry, atd .enterprise-draw- $1 per flask. cu rin.... in- a,, eble o ,1h palate and pleasant to curinsieipientC n sam tio adl c ie ad-"
in a vfatna xe sv k o ld pe r ministered, il with greatLueceessitopler,,s who l li tl, ou i m ,ino m ton o
J ectiont and Eii..ri..l., e feels 'en-,bil mglreyto netniekolde^_ M rR THetirich an wil 'r ? an" y case'or have sought bur jelightful climatti the resto vi pepeel
of medical jurisprudence-and he now HAYS LINIMENr OR T I i all pa is refused for It. ration ofthr healh,and he reut is hat .emli ar e e ed
ened to elicoi ,pq th m relyinl for vie- ostands at the'head of the, discoveries of P IL ES,. .. medicine has beenl added to hecalahgue f or th e r |i ,U e h nph all n 'l, r, n 1?
' io r v u.' U h is u W .1 ,111 d u i r vy *., .J a pp li e s-l ive d ic j o f o g th e m ill h ,he i nhIi, h a v e T h e w o rs t a tta c k o f th e P ile s a r e e0 Re\- I S' N CO R S I N C H I L D R E N T e e s p re a d p- e ntd e o n sthoin aof. .- m e ,.i
" .. on .- ,t -. l~ -nce o i" a f h ero : ,. t on iv hI v n Rro tro.u n ed tq adrncea S" K,[lednandhs x-cu red i a s edeo b neqas l e,,, th e ,, e ,ni hhua leyand p erfnan hl, c uao or V, i ,
;in iiii nd I ~ the iduine ra te tolnv el polo m s e taeapone
n-nb--ro.nb,,. He ... ....no -,rernedies, forithe diseases severally set ne" by the ^e .of -he genuine lay' traordiary remedy ever used. Should City of New York, in Ite Unitee Siai,;s of A- fllv a..d hailullvv 2i'n, sp lhat h
,' 1 part by the proprietor. &c., but dt.stinied Linimnenlt. ,hinrds of ourfirst, citizens here be no worms it will not hurt the mnerica, my sole Agent for its sale.; and none, r atr oad aail hiriself of it onre wiih
vaniiv to assert that h will bring to ,ti coiter upon this hum i family i-nealeu- ihrou-houi the'ciir,'ry have used this li,- most delicate child, but will d,, it ood. "callbe ,ine unless it conie's through them, and
x r < ~~~~~~~~their signitnlreis on the wrapper, outprhasnatinecneisrme:
manatn..i oitl is P.1p,'siperri .y o ,ihle benefits in. the form of restored iment with ,,nle success. It is war- (an;o-Allof the above nanied articles ATON1AiTzETTI M.D oroterar [!, ha r
> talent, but wi make bold to sav that he health,, and ,prolnged existence -Nori ranted to oerelie most aggravated case. are sold onlygenuine bv COMSTOC& & Naples July, 16th 1848." *earis.oflrulec-iio. which it rec-mmend,
*'r''"' g i A It '1 '~p ^d e ': *.istown Register. Gau7iozt,-rZ~ever buy it'unless yon Co., 59 Poydras st., New Orleans; CoM.
will devote 0 ita acl P e. tas te di exoe ..O..SMTH,/ find the namespf Comst,,k & Co..np,0, .STOCK & BRO, 69 Second st:, St Louis, TO OWNERS OF, AND DEALERS' dispn r u.
as a prac.icil I t Drugist Pnsacoda. the wrapper, pUoprifiorsof the genuine innerthe Monroe House, and CoMSTOCK HOR.-E-,. -" O
ioi'jl Dopariulenit he will be favoured wvilh. ., article, or vou kre cheated with a coun. & C o., 21 Gortland st., New-York, pro. j CARILTON'S F0OU NJDE D / W -RK
-. t aaneeo1 ,nenwho.'Etes. : .. prioftois o_ tho oler, naan'0nlwenuin , OF I INTEREST TO ,O1fNT'-'-strithe' the oofnoof-bonlc reo!Bewe of tch tp raatpn
~= -1p lnnu"'" p stn ~ e~as''H ,' [" o H" L D E .i: -M ki~ iPain Extriactor, anjd Hays' Fou ores ndeCn r ,a plted a d FeeiH 'ee this ok, t 5e,, hh iso ya
Spromin l. for talnts , TO HE LADIES. + 0 1OMSTOCK O SCO'S GONCGNTUA- ment for the-Piles. Wounds, Bluises i the Fesh GalledBack', dec t h s oa
a native of' P n -s, cola.'and"hosthI:,u r HE GENUINE BALM OA P O COLUMBIA TED 171VIPqUND FLUID EX: sScratches' CutsK s'' kseusr ut t
t"e-d his 1"iitle ,Barque" up., thetemfpf, -FOR RESTORING T!E HAIR. TRACT OF'.SARSAPARILL. THE GREAT PAIN KILLER
........ .~ o o' ,-- :- -" ,h ,;d>.o "Lonf hair is a 1loivyto ,an,1 say Paul, fRr the sure of Sh6rfula, Chroic Rheu- ,o .dine ha bee d iso rdtt. be objtten the r l s r/ pre-
... es l i ne sI11ts for the c'... .L ,hr,, R, u- N meOled i ine ias "been discovered th~at -" eist e rte iIer erlo"m
: .:up sse. [ ,. ..< And aU + i ,e ,,,ti,,,h tl,qoato;'n~s.; ee h 1t-lty,'uiaoel'i is- ie 9.CA L 0 4S lItIN .BONE T R .
)USs t 61, Q1 At quotation; m G(nerl lity C ia eot D -is so happily a adapted to use r ernal/ as .. E CTRE.} oii wodk owi ,
fhi r) V and halevoilyoi
Pf _\\ ea o tls 1 his e i ". Preserve ii t 1i11, i ah _-- -V,,lr olorv nmay Ftallor the. d, < ,, f b ,vh, ,d tie therefore resonit,- Unless yo protec it ,ith this prepar i' eases, cal Euions of the Skisettuer, drops to be taken, and. yet prform h sun W a, and SplSta -ertan Bremed. his own hand,"d can.... obiain i. ol b
s e ; pyoupwish a rich, luxirifant h'adt of hair Pitmple Ior Pus.s oil the Face, Live,, widers when applied externally as a This Ring-Bone Cure and the Fander ig ... .
t ey 1.1 ,itur _5:t t hes, Mcruia. and Syphilis Disea- vah, or bath, by friction.O Ointment are prepared troin the recipe of a ve0. 1-e ,1,s hj"er-.-yluT the work
'AhYOR hHrLI NG (2ient, iq alnyou velared Eglish arrieIan
1 'ii ,hop -, i. h o nt l rnr cure tde ^n uine Bialm of Cohimbia ; sBil,.s from an,\lmpire Habit of the A YO RKS HILLI\G (12cents)isallyou ^ 'fbatedEn 'i'i %rer, ,nd^ '"=-+" al wolesale- ih -lre no' B ..k"Aent
""', "lee wili h.Jv,., ex(nlcd'to-' ii, th'e, ih.m.In 1 caseS of baldues it will more tha) e, Body, UIceratons fthhe Tfiroat and Leo, havf to try it ; and as that .-ur can;!--(*7 piait1. q'hev have be, ,, u,0-d byu-fazurm Pedjar, Postm;,ster or Bookseller caPied
"- .,,,' e,,1 c ,rig lriell.4ii -t B eedyyouirexpectation, I Vlasy who, Iv, P.irr and-S 4ell tfthe Bones, and all nhj .t t,, ho r1.- h..... s h 'ft ped thaiverymen. stage proprietors, and others, with possibly furnish the genine ,%atk. Be
S"f. ., ,, r+1.1,p 1:. 1 tItheir hair for twenty years na-enhal,l disr.,s nirsinv (ro n impuren & ,, a -rte can be no obstaclee to any he motarked and decided success, wartoffalse es d
.'J ing a "echani e by choice, P hreilored` totsor.iial -perfectionby.theih.Bil.. nr n famy, and will never prevent it trial Pensaola, l arti1y a.e .old in l"o t: m ..ot .only e worthier
he" feel_;.s,,r..d. th ,:htI,ho^n,mo^, an^md ohfhis baln.-. Ae s,,,t~or co,.cltb~, L,^ IS~-Eesiev, Use ct Mercury, &ec. It is not intended to put this ,treat pe- Allteab, e name arQ^tieBear sot d ,n ,rs Aat-;ne .mai nltroi e wmorhless
." ,i .. ...IIhii.ho. Pen. cola, b.O.a.,I, Agelstltrorcoijo~il6h-n, ensadonarJ. 0..SAMITHinlINi & enOTnt.,, buth
hrae ; r r uce i hi.nner- '|,>c rq o b no obstaole..whatever ; it h>s s.sr.r p:iilla is1, rranted positive- heal ng remedy omto the hands nf dru. iSls. Agents. Sold alsoin Milton, by Dr. FIS B.are promptly .IroeecHled and
er -iatec n0.iSf.folor,.ruch 'ttic IVyas g(od as8any1 othoi(.liat can be made who'have so manyuseless thin s of .hei .. *ht s ill oly S-I abi- .red orah red
E'. ,tiing. ,wi ,nlleei %% ith a 6- 'nproli,,cespolss- ,h. ,lea har tubes is file, by whicb at one dollar.) atjust.har ;he price of those .wno recommend, but 'look for it always c-[ies. This it ihe ,,n~v original. and true
.. in (he h,, ",feverv" b~rother m..cha,,c. ,,eans thousands (whose hair was a vtay as rd, much, aver tined anoas strong viz 50 withicountry m,,rchtnts, or in towns, in .1 0 ? A L wn cp
il e Il ov "brt -hli. en h'ehi a lya s"m elworkl o te a ecn ie.T o
'he claims of "hehad their hair cents pert bottle. or six:'otilvs for $2 5J fancy nrdry goods storesor in temperanc-TheNEUTRAL PRESS of thsi sn havesee b ai
,,e : ri c -inic nd rk I o .dth e A ia t ic a turl',e)or h aves n- em m er, to -ik tortr tnstock's 8arsa- P rociries".o h i e r e ,a d e P e sa s p ro n .e fc-S f t :'. -+_" ,r
SinRmanwl willeverfindithi.Paper. (as : ^r" Ppaaiandctakc-,tot.'twPRicfr,,om twelve to fiflecents Itwill be sldnveryoderatesinits- h wo
v altua~hl.e re inedv. !'In al .eas~e s o)f r,, .Vcr p rla l purchase a fi-ne bargainican be had A pply to .C
th r-ha liiv toiwoi dn) a 1o1,1,; ar lo.nit wi,; be found the most pleasant wash *-^'. Pr bottle, according to the size will ena the proprietor. JOS CUIGLES. close entvelpe,-t sivgle ,ete.r p,,stae T? "
.andft-s av.-.Oeth.wtwill dis.,thatcan heuJed, A few application, o.ny ,Dr. SPOHP N'S S[CFHEAU)ACHE hil to use it. If you doubt belin Pensacola, July 1 184.. anypr.fei ..asfor ,. :
~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ E/ V1,r lefo. ~ ~/han h noaencsa' okeptehi rmflii EE'Db. : with A 12' cl-;tir b,)ile, aniit h.t will re- .....-... .. ..
.. r,-d he`fro f .a ad h out. It- the roots. it never h Why will you sualer ,ih that distress- move your doubts, and make you bwv and NEW AND I PROVED EDITION Iost pa; .. IF .
leni'e ,of off-ie. whea ihey are resorted, to 1.1f'i340 mpart a rich. los.y, appearance, ing complaint when i a rgedy is at hand' use ,d recommend it to vour friend, TRA B.x 3710; NOF TH .it' o
..~~~~~~t ,ahnrdcrfiaeswl.OST EXTRAORDINARY, WORK .,
i, p,, -i, ,n o f i th e d Y u i d s o f, tr u tth d -a s a p e r f nn e r 't e to ile t it is l. ,.e t lb tw i l n t f ilto c : ,e u .? T h is r e m ,n o ae t a h u n d r e d t-"wtr. .
< q, ,ll,=d, "~~it, hold.; three til-nes .aS" much AV will effectually (esti ,a y tack of W ho will fail to try it -then., and save life TagT L: O T E OL ~ ~.- 'e
,ll 1i h- r mi -d lled hafr, restoihtives, and headache, either nerv0uiof bilious It and sufferinW for a Yirn.K -" ? W' ."im ... D
4 L si'^d I'r,,till piet-+'ilt iitdicatiohts. soon .o is more effectuale has cured cases ofatwehuty rs' standing' This PAIN KILLER" may be sed ith PRIVATE EDICAL CO PAN- the eirrcfhe AAli-- i enet
-'- h,--, a ,rv.t Cnmi -rcrd .r,^p.i^-.b i ] ,.- ,,,tf;,.,,, -N ve,- buy,, it .r,]ss. s --- : __ a success thai .wilas't.,!,l,,rON. 0fthuccesh wl asionish tob vh. ,Nlw i pita -story, re'
.~~~~~~' ^..magel^ ^ .., ]^<-^ ^ S1C.MOHR3R~E~ N:IAN DIS,. i.i such e'sas's .Hei ifalhowirrt, :'-(;holera. PRIoC. lRwllcED. ,h|li Ca'hfrnia .o}d^,athovethfch the
t,.aiorhry y ou~, in rithe nim'ofCotfsoek &'Co M OTH E R1SRE LI'EF I ., ,. .... .. Cas ... .
,. il o. il11.1. 1.0.t%, ,pri e,, on he wrapYpof' ot (o.-OhERY M.>rKS, Distr, ssinDvse..tery. Pain in O c.fer. "_ copies fo -read, Shake' his S at- his leisure.
:-=,,, e, i.ti,'..; tfl diN.nle m3y b.I,.,, r you are cheated with a, counterfeit ar All expecting'to:bocont others, and ite Side "nd Stomach, Corns, Cut* and L _. ij C I The Atlas savsi :' ;' ; t.-:A
.\ -i .*,ivthi, ~r,>oritv the "Fhorida tiple anxious to a,,oid the pali, ixdisturess and Bruises. 'Cholera slnfltm. Brenchr/is, 1 .VINT7T? FU b w7a"in 7Bostn t other da-;
i w i i t h F 1 r i # t c e .. p a i na d t o l n g a o f h e h r e s .h
'. 1.ti i,.- h itie th td. pro .. dincrp,'sofchildboarinar^.arrarnestly en- Ha'i,o~i,! Sores of) Maan or Beazt.GChildren REVEALED and s .and e .....
,., Dm,,oc.a' .lkep them r.i.ul.,rly andONELL S MAGICAL, PAIN EXTRACt. created io calm their- fe;, ail, y th-ir "< ethin' Raisig Blood- Hoars.ness .". ediun nf thi important Mati liemetat^lgannt-ook~ing Ti,_ure,'whost
....p~rtmly advis.of all masters of, A bullSi- TOR,-THEr WORLO'S WONDER-'PRO. nervousness, and soothe thr way by the O.ninv ini a few, hours, Chiblain? and menial Co-ripanion,-hjist been issued, sun burnt NOUNED OBtAL WOaHAEvEse under the editorial lope ision of. R. N1o~e fre~,:rionlo h 'n
sntre, ih may be in6.e'..iua o,. "- "EUrUNCE. SO BYALL WHO HAVE EV- .-se of this most extraordiiry vegetable 'Frosted Feeet, Spsms, Pr.vent a Blister C014EH1F, D ae *rs coulandi fashion of the .os.
n ^ r n~ .a o i e y, .R U. ... product on T h ose w hlywi 1 candidly fr o m B ur ns. B broken B reasts, M i e ils p Ioiss. of M i wt1y 1 0 ^ a e o t otand a l~ti; ss fabshion thatn deritdunl iq u.ef
-n l a I e l.W hite Swellingfs, [nfla ation, Pain lin P, .of" .... ". r an. .. "_~h
b.nei.:ial ,,b the,. .: m ... u serve its virtues, must approve of it in Cramps, Hurts, Scr,atches, or Tort Elesh, .m d o g-
PHII[P E. LAVALLET. the Back, Weak Limbs tender or Sore e celebrated work or Gestation and Childx
PHILIP.E. .....T.ileir hlearts ;every kindod affectionate Bite's OrrStinlsl hchhshd J~ a nesv o~iudepsr o h topee
Feet, and all Scro lnouslS eres are te .,I".Birth," which h hads which funcy skeachers delight 10 present
E RG Ya ii!e'll" P ,n Extractor Affections o ta lleiae... isre hwie '- expos ed published, showin-s the, w,)nderfiu of- This edition isa~avast improvement Dan h evrpchste la'oa
.:.: _..:: EN RG. ^^ P^^. onav- --, :p?
[NE"-t~m;tru;:-M'ns~ncsI~' %A~ t~ Fc, res {,by a *safe and certain method, which fec s",f "Mrs. B brown's Pain Killer,' but D
.NE .m.st re< ri ...le instances is the use of the Motheo Relief. they arete common, and used for armies pon Maudceau a old work, which was itrodnc~ion to interfere With his'desires
oTic D-[olnKreaux C..hronic Sore Ey s, .f merit; an] the Ole Shilling bele chiefly designed t i -lducetihe -reader to .0 folrm anacqantanee.,hailedthestran.
1 o i t.'.. J n.r ev,,s is e lxr- f aces, & c ti is q ul ly hen-: L O N G L E Y 'S G R E T V E S T E R N w ,ill do m o re ,han a th on usan d u n k n v ,,n mpi, !h ase M De o m ea u 's-P o w d e rs ^ _r- : s r
I't tp,.f a,,,! J.)r, ;s xal,-kitds or nfta-notory Dseas- names o convince the user. ntrument to prevent an undesired o Hao0, my friend, where oare y
~ lt~ F he 'i~e ,f Dr. .-DAVID JAVNE, u,:,i as .Sore Nipples at.d eV~es. Sprain INDIAN pfqACEA, ames toof'famCy, a anncpenethf$Iuser.r
o ,i hi ,' h ,,e a ve ,lle- li e-ie, l i W-i.leSI-v n ad U ulcers 1 .For oldsand ePerish fee wings and Principal O ffi c t went one Cor tiadt- creas Porfmily at an expen Pills of $ at fm, .ami a r
nle ni s ttl^ r, i. r- ol h e ,il =ai i.- r ,, .millr,r Tli I-.,t|,r, af,.-r spen~,,,I,J. 1ies &c.-.vitl quickly be telieved by _2. For Asthma, per Complaint and s-"All ths abeve name,] article re partof the originalI Frenc work ^^^^ wit whA~et' s alp' htrn yab6 tha oe'1^
t~ie'l n,3 ,,v ,-< hi ,,lil in e p r. ,-cl^ a ll, l l' a l'pi etion of' this slave. IT his re- B ilioUs.3 F raffe cti~ ns "'irh o i eto lnd Loss sold B R T rRiU P ensiacoiaAeasJ O;od.\lals ?i nHQ iS 1 helM. T he w h o~le sec ret o MI M D e so- som( wh at anloultn'l: a1'i" r.ne hioll lile1 inp :.!: ,a ,
caeu ,,.,.,n o ,e o l,. k;; bie sanative possesses many virtues o ~ -~ ldg~inadL ~ KT .,A p, odas nM ^ instr.menad meiodis null 'om Trw s tn livead aind s igt.^
chad~icer of, .l-e.^s^, apl,= i;,il1. ll" t, .yohratceIhs0! e^, tonl by DR. F'rIR. revealed and de~seri~ed, and the recipe of moe!-fo o aou o aZrorlra^
'.h. prepar,,n~ ,f. r, in. mi'.-$, ,ii-lli te t x- Ih nlo.t p-rf+'et p,,,\,r over all pains by 4. Fo C'ti*es ^,,m lin!fm le8n Deomneaux's Poitusneae Female Pills is dos i ve.| .
thlene gratf tl,,i-nr,, ,o.,f.. t.,ll,lS,1 wt' 5. For Sallayinglons th .speps l.ap31" FOR FEMALES AND MAULES. ie entire in plain EngliSh terms, so Then why dijt you come backP ?'
h r-tii i^ ti~-n! nw o e, ,,,,,nd ,al1 utpsn i'ts appji~cat'ion.- 5 o imcnc"nu esa lhat the purchaser will actuallv gfet 'B ck ,.( h to g it *n fam i.Fat
hare proved lihe h,.nlefii- ol" hi., ill and If r, disbelieve the Statements, we Piles, Rheumatsis,&c. The great points BE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTrLY. FO FIFTYY CENTS s st*'ur B ack mawh ther gess j^oweftny-F
scielnt ,". k,,olwl,,.',. Hris are not n,+r., woh +a, es invit the ,t cl an1 d ar i s o bad flak~e, er give pain" DR. LARZETTI'S JUNO CORDIAL. OR WHAT DR AiURICEAU SELLS S ~e'hT r .. .. .
quack no,.tr-.u h,,t pre-p'r'.lon. re.ul.l +,,, ,ine tde nune,'ous unsolicited eertifi and never leav,e costive PROGREATIVE EXIXIR. A'r rich 'the!he be~comes. -c e,0n" ftimst
Yrn n-- ';l" r;1eh c, i-f remrkbl cure w'nu1hbyts Dypesi J K u v.ie(' lincrd *s the nnl actual rene ever diy F IXTEEN DOLLAR F,^^ ^^ ? ^
le,,d~~~~~d.i t,..'u.-s wsa.l w e h r pn ^ .s not p+;rfectlv satisfied, nd S ed.e v e~ fr n-*i a a hv certain se, ret habit+ ;, and many or the urehase this, and th,.,3 esc p th .,to .~h t :~ ,ato i 'nne- p aruly
tot' P er i', w Ih, lr. [-t l ab I-ihislh e n de ihe w it *t e cts n flth <*l ,3C warrantedl cure the most severe nostrums recently recommended f,,r the. same .. [~rj- ii oniry that. acnun .
o s .> ...rp L .i.^ d .b -r. H ..> <, lte .. .. ns e et,' an cases +[ the eo~mplinlS. Loss of" complaints are wor hies.s liitatlors which its .. .^ Pe a ept topatc. Ate o)h van did, eh ?' -: -
,m eal ,s n,_,tv ,.le l- >e jr ^ > ,in_ .. ,rlnore, if It didl not fu.ly answ er our re- .." a-. fec.. ..... .. a :_.in :,__,_, "nm valpd excelen<'e, fame and popularity have .aOd mf this edition, any one m ay avail ,'i .. .._s ,..ndL hp_._p v ",A .7h ,
U u led S l i^, n b il rni" n ,,,,,,, n,, i,,, n th e ir m o ,,le y w as re tu rn "P P : .l 1 .... brou oht in to t he m market, The M ed ical F ae ity 'y n seli o f D elo rne a x s imve n iio n a I o i c e n f" w p ;
e t e:'v eltV, >o li, a ,,,l t, w,,w u ilp lit ilie 'd ,,,,, ,^ i ate ly at. lh e ir re q uie st. O n thle s e a re P e' "- "" 's "s 1 .e of 'u r p a n ,h U n ited S tate a e -un~ ni m,?n, .s l h o t d o li ,r o f e x p en se, in n v v llla g e T -, ]; ll .~
", ., L. _.. ti.nli .e m Aii e ..... "i L , 1, Oore t points a, l1, ls /n~Ot oDeQ tO ,aive: 1t in heir" recommendations olt he .hirao Coirdial, ,-< -. .> lane. f .
c,,untry ~tl,I ih, ,|l,~ .,, ,, ..... "' ,,.^n ln*r is absolute~neai-a l i now soldu, o. not-lea the bowels costive, and a'ndhavenot ,venthe,rsanec,io,,in a singlein-" "the unities States. A I! the secrets of Hea'hhe chimafe suppose'l r
h s h ip s, a im,, ll >v i m li e ise q tal .,,,e. ai w e sln p (k if th p u l c d e- u s -" .'it -' .. T,1, stance thai has been auth <.n ,,cated, to Sa ny ~e m co irnceaa l) .so lrlea u x and G etss n~e r n. :ea th -. -l 'in" -n v hm'se W Wro, 7, ,
lo f- ,r e l. n 1I~ n d -,. ' .. a n d a rn v -t ,+H t n w rj-a u n- l'- LJ --a-? -l u d = rI6-- S A ... *, L p o u n d fo r t |.e s a m e p ur p n s e a r h e n a i ure o t af t .re ul l y r uv ea le d T h e r e is n o o ih e r . .. .' ,' ? '.
ti In the r, s+u ion ,f hisl pl.n lo n ',rl k,e*,. if onstantlv on hand ; in ca- e]_a the b. .'... the nmaladies rel"v db .Z.. ...J .. .Co r fi on wort D urchasinP. sr ge' .:o ,_._ .....8 there Y.. "7


/-". .+-f > ; i, :, .....* t ..... p ,,n ." ol t ...... r ...... j- i n ,. "a r ho thei $*1 on lve t-*ne 10 the SySlem ,, g al 'tsuch aa to leave the publication ot cer" o .. .. -g ... a e you ilKP----Ot or n c l -- a d thai t
-r rlllU Ils if'iH' ..t .. ........... 14) le el ac ortte b,lt Y lr ife May 4e lost ^ .nr1.'. ".- : n 'ee(ne lI# M rid W o u y ,,,t ,tpr, 0
11 b aacks of al-gnant ft. tifci tesor cares outho f t quesihnorthepro- o ,b arrde, al ,Ctio
w"ole o peo, -le. Dr. JA\NE lids .tue l. j ,, t, ; but by its use sill burn aa e ^ l, e a h of t m on Me.a ,, bu. ort traveairmore nx -psoen minutes. J
-S aF a ild Al an c con in ng c1l1h ,,|,,,. to I s S c control, Olle. t e vitals aro 6 usiv, te tm n tomd ~ l l show th tI e g e tr p -Ma l a 'Close envelope,to) any part hitiJhk^^^
..e~leoin i en onials of tile hiih-s th poe th ski areP ^open so^ as. ^ o etol~be. ree a^w t
character- W e see it tatd in the t-r INoPain-Extrator can be to adnt of halations rom the bod. bu is firmly based upon, its positive., and appa it h er e' E ^ I.H OP .. ". ..-,
1 ito n ,le rah e ia "la-st ro ne i 1iloI. al th e ol"hiur o on e e anD Oesignatureof"toerrk offever This of- rently miraculous Virtues. In all directionsarL," "- ISELHOFiF, it-w i a valleV ea side t-ieoae
~ito~n Merah~ha I~t .11. 1; fnuin thee' Pqou will ph intueoositively .perforr to hefudte.ap0aetso el ofi x 2710, New York Cil rT E o n h tte od W l un ^
w i V i r e. 1 a c, ,vn u li l n e 8 o l a 1- 1-- , ... I t .. .: to b e fo tu qd t h e h a p p y p a r 'e n t s o f h e a lt h y o f 0 N w o r l y r TE .1 ^ o -,L l I ii ..."
m'.il ,~ ofl'.the lj aC-, % e p ~li~ sne,, ^'orn,-toc & Co, on the wrapper of each ne e yorTH w. REpE oeta perform, s n ho wou den so but for thiCOPiES hor ONE DOLLA R No i "" t'rt ,,, ou-. e, : iS;on ..
T*ii-s yearerm spring uh w-^^ r^ ^ ^oul not haveON bee so bu for th P SfrON .N t
348 a rid a ll. d istribu tede ma dds e r ,-d I ndi a n eg;. .... o.he, n w re o n d all to try th i s a rtic le' r ar a i A ndo Ou..ce, 2 8 B topad o t a m na u a.- N
;.for plido' t "l-anbox" Indeed 3v"ar:p lo thue cv caert f Re ,p t 5 a t 6 S. o t bea or ir de pea ti And i t o i "1a r le ntoters W illDetaken [rom ttln Ped)St
-t. eni... A ... .. 8IlI"; 4 ) ,e so areat, th at"It%-, .. it th ey w ish tOen.iure health d-uring the tn i h a y( e s sfr w ikIis recoil e r T. + ell vd un a d v t a h lh l m e i ,
--.. *the ress r, ..ve -t .. .. h bee ntrl hermas ie es fore ae Oie Nu NEW wents w -v(r, are en n ki
.. a : .....i b th e n p i.-a are run obr rrenab es os w yea r. A s aveillv m medicine, it is u ni-ar- m ended- O bje t tlione ha beaed e ta* m, .a e, wum e r o r wn r a lest .
l "8d a y a 'n d" "twith""e..lv.e t of r f o r" t h e m c o dosf these wh iu n o o rd ia Lbe c au seit h e tro s o f 1 L t' s N E W E D 1 0 1N "8.. ..
**: ,'i*g dfn a y ro f p a p e a nd ig "do bn ,,n b C ore la n d tB o n e r a e c le o od ,k P i eya ridts, ih atla s b e e n t h r o w n i n t o t h e P a aa r k e t in o p p o w hBOic h c a l n ioei atv w1i1.., .
i t r .ll te demand, el t e oi, qa revtacle Ei xirn :hatitor/ul a heo r bn t ef t the O 1 w n n rSou rrew istrh f ,
ha s,;And ar, unahle. of cn ot .e t [,ana et sd ndiann egt e ir, f a iaease, P l. y o,,u a. ion. ot d pSrh< 'es s n' basaove ubcatifln Office,258 Boa d; Trie oft- l ,-


^ ^ -. thev cart b~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~uur~~Aisp *s lna w ae pIndee- S(-a 69 S- hchuulys ep o n tse Srve t.o ,dial ando eb arory for esl s ,i and ought e n wok i hsbjc fG S A roaehfgg i of||N ^
el'the priiif heI, the o l mar a\ s. iwnde i a oarrantd o to cse anv 'caseo ha e ompi t aou c theeovel ., a, wh.tiaay N Y. C itv. D R y .. i wo. ", 'J....i,>'.


^I^C^^S^ &y ^ ^ie^~ffs NI'CALLA whoo dio much, dearer asJL-,; manofth ^drl. iCnd.rt~ecnlt ^ pretty M~nM^tolfwt,^
lS__l.., SL..^r~ *. ---. 'l*CL A % 'rI" {. aerJ eablenpir .".L '_lke ,l_ tbe- .'ur iot er in ltl. ', m^M~ l'~ i tur e~n oearw ..i "or "Ic "b 1 h, *.. t. preldy Welf .B gr f u O rgoio ,aw, ,L ,. ... ',
"* 1 te l$,llr ... .' *. .t ... .. .^ :, 1o. o ire, i-lU *u u- .. .. '* .... ,. r n o theut tin 1 l ,u ..."s c >- u C ; i 1 w' ...... \ ps ,tre, 4 th o ti t hi
.' "tile' .ress w rk, h:ive, hnind it. nece-sar%', (1.1,-s.- or Stiff Joiniis. streplgthens ..wet& .. <.. .e- whereastr. the others. are made. up ol e' YT .ED'r ..G'1I~r~TION. -'',: t a,,!t+ , ; .
S ..- t ei w i t t h e w a n t s ef t h e lp u b .,h e r i t i, o b [i i s n d e a l s t o se. w h oI o a r ie c r i p .Ha e o u a ( h 7 D o n o t n g et. r u g s__ w o r t h b u t l ht t l e i n n j o n e y ,a h d. l e a E l: ". .. ; .. : f
sa naihi'd" ,i," r rei s TX wo mi/holi pldt o v lk n i- U' e,' lh" a. ..le nd '' he ij~ nlds : rrit W e assure the reader,.that the t V... both ly mte + .]i at o h~:fllll
,. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ crd o.r -go... .. r' .i /. -, it an rlinee may be placed on th aJuo wordi DRt.,...,r, WE ISSE 11 O F' L J? L.0I.i tal hte Il d slnlll'
01(' kill]:- eaat"op~e.g will be' required hrb urdfrgowort tadsff ,a nahfr h elit tetinta ca-t ne ute aais etoe Ibv -, ; ..
':-i 1 49, sumllfg !rt'rni twelve, -o fifteen oupes.- rtfc es fcu, b th It non col. Rh ,dB rturmee E oif-thoe whthftlaiows z. Lboss TIC.% Wl OR K M: e.dj ~ ,.; ,bl', 'd2
::' :i-. ".lhbn dLrems f apran'd iaeurrin?, h nd' ': '+:i .~ e a lt th e-v ery ws ma ll ra t aelof tw o X Y w e e th is a article ;iv ol d ".on), ly g ive relief aA d sav i u fro m that M oit P ro siraticn, Irritab ii y, aud all N nervous C k- 13Gi tIrD -u ., I ter if ot e t e a ~ , O ,I.
4 6.(... a p yt a f l d, w e r v. ... . ...t s q" "W l i o n s l rl d g e -3 ,io n S l u g g i a n e s s : 6 U t h e e r .. + a b e d ."
.- ., : t~ik a~~ o y.a|d ,we ca no s e h ,nu in ft, .. .. a wvfi I dtsease, u h r o s mp n ,, rW ie a F n l bratedew and bea tu ltl d'to o h s c] o
..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ..---.. ...' : .. ," -":.. ... ...- "-, G fleet, .or Luvv 'rhom ao ,, ,nd "PI f7 .. .. ..f i' ,e,
, ; .thieVcall b~~~so ~ owapie-I whi .ch usually sweei ntoth aeteo- I ne r ie ein. anyway c-p Ied nwork.,Oh, the, sub'ject f E T Pran aeis o0 '"
;'' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ M "."F itdolrs!lba awn iljN'SR. 9,sadse tk y ung d.the' h if,idvild with the disorder., of the Procreat V,'; TI )N AN-0 C1H1IED tIIH- "R w t nib'il mdd ,- "
:;+$ , i.l~i L~~ll,'th i~liil,..ast llesione o ~lh i'T~~r' . -.i% D-o'r o for k- p ,,h~ < .. .k'= ai o! wh'.Ch it -will atfora.__.lm/ so_[e, M.W eisselhoff, s ,heo ~ r,-a n -shtn ,,ieil ;
: ., t [i'"Usilb.ghtnetf'ele[it e -- R M _t NA I .RisA o -=,M ha i = .. 2_,ii ..as tece, is il l us[-et ale u N w Y ri i s iI l nbdlsl le
. '. ".:' ... ... ..... ~lnpie,,,- like the b 'i o ofia vD m / :AY di#4 0X,..0 11,,l, iiXture, Mra for o 4 PF Wrk =l = fi,,a i= w %Ai d, hnli n!lt i h allo mdgafig olq, .~.. .
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NIUiRDFR AND ATI-MPTI D UICiDE- ?17 n 1flf1P AT PRESIDENT-S INAUGURAL ADRESS of the public d,-bt ; to force a strict arv'run- in-ginn in Cdlitornti. They will cone to OFFICL BAGGINo EXTRA.-Spvertl W'
A" oIv 1'\ 1 U I iA iA 1. ,,RAT.WA, NGT)N ARCH 5, 1849 tahiltv on the pir ol officers of ihe Go,' vutr c,,v t, eiGhdrk via Panama Sue lies in ihe Stile [ulhl the d,,tieso,' post-
A great setm1itilm %%as creamed ieterdv 'I..ie.- t rw h
efI r.on, by a report ol a draedl'.l murder Thi. t This d.iv at 1Li o'cl,-ck, Get.eral Tavlor ermnent and mid the uimnotst ecmvon in c s. attend them, as lltiev are ouo gen- naer or mistress, which er the rader
,aing been cniiiiied in a hor ii 1_ -prelemt el.ct of the Unied Slats, de "Ill 14l9l. -prlditlnrs.. are hor ihe wisdom tletes oftoerling integrily, industry and choose. They aae generally ihe widows
resi ent..... .ftil f tt-dotar-,,rdss. Legt:,lalive po wve r'bare e ,,rH e
tBaronnerstri $ tetweni n Julia and teiG d T oBLiATIONS WE lRm UNDER TO jivered to the Se---t-e and .Mem--er of the es Conbtress. tegitlan"ve powe"i are ii "e.i he ste ol former po-s tatl era. who rpd rfrnsed e heir
srtsoc Eied hI Wn n d J ad vIvered to the Seearidnta Mevber, of the o st the Chnstiuiion in Cogres. The seaner Gen. Hamer will be de- dutd s -ai fully or renadc serIvces to
.f4rornu repostmaster,, i hn performed-,hei
d ha thninrd-r' r had a'tempited to OURSELVES.-TO know' and appreciate House o yoof f e Unitd shallookwithcoofidencetothecnliglo trained here a day or two on accountof ih.ir country. We seethat in She-b'irg I
-cotmit suicide minedil lhv after perpe- those ,,bliuati.ns, it is n cessary that we States, and thousands of assembled citi- endj patriotism of that body to adopt a defet-c in one of her boilers, which it and Bloody I 1i1. Bedlomd cut'. some
train" Me horrid d-ed_ On hasten,, .......,'.. .ztns, in front of the Capitol, the following Z.-,ncl m a',,-s ofcocreiliation as ma har. will be necessary to repair before she can public spirited office be',afrs have applied
'to .le.peadread.1losircthncle preeairj eaElected b rmhe uPo ze coflcting" interests and tend to proceed o her regular trips, to Gen. Taylor to hnve these lies turned
-"' ; f ,o .h-
to toe sa', a jrd l e4eeatures Ofc ~c',nor exiles fo t-El e, yth mria Ptpl fh n hi
itselfio ourt vew. Oa htlit o ree ,- the h i E este Office kbth own o r laws o perpetuate that Union which should be Respectfully, yours, SIDNEY. cut and hmselvs app ed i their
it~lft o.ve., ~m he,.Jrst as,--' "the highest Office known to tr, laws, Ipe
room i, the hu-,, lay th. dead boy of a care of a rliig P',o5il.,ii.. But ate the appear here to take the Oath prescribed theparaount objct ofour hopes a d r ad We imagine. h eher that they
,,e von,,gwomn covered ,vihg heredwt blsod lraneettd murderrer. cl i ad- It has vainly b-, ii tmis'e~l upon by somne, a tirne-hotuored customn, to tddress tt~ose promote artobject so near the heart of every going administration must stand out in his- pes~son. Gen rj' vlor is too mucht olf j
there s, l-y' iteh reputed murderer, cov- ymote an obect so near the twart of every going administration must stand out in his- person.
red With blood andapparenil 3 ia a dan- which art now assembled. onl who tuly loves his country. 1 will tory as at once.the most remarkable and hero himself to turn ot ot ofice the w
ge.rous conidton. that man and all that surr.,uidb him is an The cotifideice and respect. sho','n by zelously unite with the coordinate most brilliant of the present century, as ows ,f,,tol s,,liei san] f(dihfl public ser-
Qtl inquirv at ilth-, f,ctl of the case, we, solvable ,,,vst-ry. -We can boast offac' my Countrvmen i calihn me t, b tie benches o Goveariment in all Constitu' well in a diplomatic and commercial-as it vants. The a,,pli._a,,ts h. ask him to do
Send the tolio%%in particutilars. The tokow ourselves chiel Mdistrate of I R.i,l,,c Iholdingtia measures. a military view. 1 he leading measurMs of srch a meTr, trick, are ,t the mfn that
11ar -ears maa be th enumerl hewou a
repte -leeris al Jseh.rale,, u 4yw, ,++,',+......... ..g i1congratulate yoll.my fellowv.citizens', th~e past four sasmyb h euer h oi aehddr'~e ,i'o i
reputed itu. .r .. i s Ca ,. Josep h- r dleywwean l- r ile-n. o .' a high ranki among the nations ofthe earth, s che haih site of' ot, fe'lo t. c htze s, te pa -t o he r mao bound ery mtra he o a v had drnI. .ad niti no fi,
of the schooner Fri.nd.hip, which, iave inspired me with feelings of tihe nos 00 the high state -of 'p eI '" w hich te L'I.he orefn boundary treaty, camp as mos wo ss ad sgi
,ndersta-d, was to have left this por lusttellectuil an dly.s.al man. pofound gratitude; but when I rect that the goodness of ivimn Providence has definitely marking the claims of Englaid cant scamps -Phil. Ledger.
etelute ,r ctnuncon, an 'ph)uonths oninet nrthIfrsttie ties et t"hat .. .
ieveli ith freighta, d. passengers forl e u has demands as well as acceptance of the office which their conducted our common country. Li us upon this continent or the first time si'cet
evetilne Q and has as ttdemands Ts wAe of theA.-.-lt ;Whichrtheir
Cahltr,,ia. I he anaie of the murdered li Sou 1 e n r l Worth.has d itl d m move r.. ..
Ca-i ia. 11F Dl..e the bre d An h.. s it tho partilitv has bestowed imposes the dis- i voke a contiatuattion of he same protect our independence. 2--,reati'es ofcom o, o
girl is Fannv Yo aliaFanny )aly. he body.rhareof the t arduous duties ad trg carewich has led u from small be- merce with New Grenada, Peu, the two i t. f
to ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hay fthe weightierdos ob dutiens, amgrid i -t teemn ncew hsdyocBii aoveI udtileutro
Bradley apliedrs tobea man of about 40 in a different manner to our attention weihtie obians, am 'mnstotheemiuencewethis dayieoc' lpcsllies.,Begum. llanover.t. Odenbr,, pp bh.hi. e mlry post
years of "ge-Famiri Yotung it1 i sad, The imagination is -t-he great fountain from conscious the position which 1 .have been u o e Mscktenmurg cnwerm Saxony ana o l o on- te -it, Gra,,de. Col'.
cncostepsfo vib 6vbfL Arid let us seek to deserve that contmuaW sau, opening tme way to ;ain ~ex 'n I ." -- -
was abotit 17. I~t appears that Bradle which derive hop as fd arm 'and called to i. though sufficient, to Asat'sy d l ettebs pussek d tode ereatcnninoua san comerthe wayto tin e teriio e n of; as, acoiipanis i-he e~peilm,,nn.,an,.
r have b en living togetherr ..tisfyr ..a.
and the I g the loftist ambtion, sur.uud by ear-f b prdece aid toleration in our or commerce with interior German
and th"gil iI[ri y ea-- .. lt oellv.Vll lltI,.fy r -lTl --
anid that he wished er to go with him to fortify, the sot. against thee tis s hof ul e. onsbilities. happily, however councis, by well dir. acted attempts to as- and the postal treaty with G. Brita in .3Y x i il t rd t
in the"performa-nceoof-myeneweduties uage the bitterness which too often makos -The Mexican treaty. by w i h Cahifr lfi .. l ,,dr
California, wh.h she relu,-d ,, do where- The memory points us to events which i ithe performance of my new duties, I t I y .. .'bylllhorn. /Ue oinr end of Ilip omue
S wh de.red her o reirn o her re ove by our e p from danger and dfifi- shall not be without able co-opera.i'. unavoidable e difficulties though differences s a ania ard New Mexico are acquired. 4.- ,
ties who it is :aid. resile incinnati. s hallhat tnre ibeoaneru a r Th leia ofJla h opit.o,, by the prominigation and prac [he adnnssio, ot four ,e States- ,, .
e +, l, and. eJudicial Lbr allPt[rohne.
In accoidinlcce withL his wish she left the culty, that, there is an overulig Pr6v re ice of jt and liberal prcpes by a xas, ora wa an w.iconsn- .
oity some d.- ago. ,,n one of the Citn,-dence. We have a will by which desires sof he dGstinruimhed civil attanments. ri xico ft and liberal prince es, by aTxcknwasi Florida, Ion, and the erection of Ore- ^exp L. Fby.a to.. he Mexican
usti ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ene bads u inr-i i' WDmdl ii ea ef,rmdfrhappvee w t, i tmean 0pls11.isinuihe ivldtttuneut, ri, ot ptrotsI. hchshllacnol nt teshallan te retonofOr. oST1 F into.Es..ththeia
nib but ch.g D .l.oille rm.- fr a;nes both in time and a matured experience. Aid it shall ede o limit s but those 'f our own wide on into a territory. 5.- Th abandon-. uan" of e Nv Crl-as Dhta.
he clhanc-ed her minI Ided, and takin endeavor. t,. call to m assistant s Tpiead Republic u ment of the protective principle," which has been engaged by the Piecaue I that
,the first boat coi.mig d i, r.. turned to eternity. We have 'understandings by be ZACHARY TAYLOR. has haunted our tariff laws for' thirty ciy, as crr-.spodt fom California, to
+. ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i the ErlnpiCl~niU,'+,euHtuLO I .. n,+ xecutitve l)eoartment; lndivlvuals w i
to the ciiv otn illursl:'v laist saw Bradley, which we can perceive the beauties of sub" w a n -n r o a years, and the establishment of the ree whiich region he depart, d a min,,h thor two
and toid Im'h sshe would acls.. mpanyhim.-", ittegi an purit lor We publish below a letter from the nue an valorem principle, by which ihe a,, fion this city. with the mention ,of
a ire truths. All the concerns of life are acter, wihl lurnish ample guarantees for
B radley, it is said. as well )leased that-, ,h h r oo
Bradlev~il is~id~w ~ atl l plree th at e a- rid8 con troledoc~no the flf^ ul and i~onorable performance of Crescet rite b sol^ one who'hscei ftecuty^a enrsoes~ugaFpr
she hadchane hr i e r ation; pr- regulated and control by reason a credit of the country has been restored, stLrting
,- .....egle a.the. trust." to be oiittI t t hr recently visted our city and Navy Yard and the revenue, which had been deficient
parationswen made tfor her departure in, Blessings and evils, "Wants and pleas. such i ail an honest purpose o to the censu c. against from 1837 to 145. ae t the r ent "
e s se l..an d ti e r t r u n k s ,e t c w e r e p u tp u r p o s e o A s t t h e "c e s u e t i t h .. . . p .. e x p e n d i t u r e 6 l 'h e e s t a b l i s h m etet o f F R M ei. --h ,e a n a s t
onis ad. V bres sorrows and comforts all are do whatever is gh. hope to execute Engineer, we express 4o opinion, becau e warehouse system, of a nature similar to Btslon Traveller, that e an mwho has
Onba da. a w .e are ifomed, Brad gled in our destiny. And when this ar. diligently and impartially the oblatns are iorantof he acs. We knw that which inGngland hasawnhecar- thelat fiy years B cind as
,O A ft% Ifoi mdiA, *d I .sr eetunroiec sdsube l moe ptam o h etioe~t eaeioralt, of the facts. We know that which in grnglamd has drawn- ihle ar- fr the las ot er eo.cinda
iey- is- .uina e are ll i "of tnyrsed uhc oi me for the bestiinterestsoweyaret ou
l esr he.nadalqil t -t decalared sh ementcfoProvidene idsturbed, oto aiedol i ",ry. .I the maatifoldedintiest that the mechanics e -ed at the Nay r) ing trade of the world into British ves Ntn.o s
Jjoyn Struck h ... l o m coinrdeclaredlall( 'She is e tat ,o ntm h, rsels. n ~carneedimpls0 i Newton, hsbe~dnyrsoe 0M
p e-destruck her. e e snt ssh o s -Oi, di r w ;.h rew eto become devolving upoh me in the discharge of taese Yard, a-e efficie h s ban dresrd t i
wovulm not _a, with victimhimondhoelgsedaoet r 'is N-tre obtt~aio *y oni. le will be the Cst, r given to those causes irresstibhly in opera- reason' [e has been rearihd a. i,,eu,
etc, from the vess.--, v tothegreatestofel.N 0vocaiioni arid irrepmachable itt their de-- 'ion t draw Ctaada peacefully iuto the able, and for a great part ofthe titne dua
for her clhitution, which his day sw...,"ntoda.- _e.ful.t,
As to vihat passed from that time u.titl in her beantiftil regularity, spreads before t.t a dtfe Fwh i day Tnh.tze. Tney deserve the Unn 7 -The separation of bank and ring his confinement, he has been so vio.
p r o t e c t .r ..e.e ., F o r t h e n t e r ,i r e t r id- .r i "l n g t h is t o r n e i l e e s a y o h i
he murder as omitted yesterday, wei m an example for his imitation. There of that instrument, 1 shall look to the deci highest rate of wa "l-t"a use 'atand thesestrabishment and succeks- lent as to render i dcessard f hi ri
:he iiiurd'er vieascOmmitttee nteasrt
.ould a ,cettaim but little. The wom anm
hld oitain but lte. e beholds, fruits and flowers pre.enting sions of Judicaltribunals, establishey b they are faithful d skilfull, but -ilso, oat tnrt4 a !
who keeps e ose erete urer arid to the pacticeof the caus of their exposure to the mutiry. 8.'The commencement of ocean mind-pparin !ike oneawakened from
(s autermiity nidero the erainier ord alis steam becauav at their Brnonura mo Ce muiti--' a long sleep, a.d renembbrenin distinctly
waLs committeti, ys she expected the themselves periodically, amid alternattotis Government... pr ,he earlier Presidents, steam navigation to Bremen and Galifir-
ada morning, she,. lied sources of health in a ou tae 9-The establishment of cheap Ps-hi oi t h rs
horn the vessel yesterday g, t e c. By order and ir- ony in our To these illustrious pari.ts I shall refer latitude. We hppe that any attempt at tage.. eao his cafn-
... ed doingsArd she tnuttght, weit to ied' Bytaider' : +res eY 'to ~d
delayed dotting o ad she i i, tnweii ,t d d with reveretice, anid especially to the ex* injustice or opprosioir upon the nechatie. DARINto RoBBERY.-O Sunday while me.pr
dlyb- l h omAt~the time habits we. may avoid. andwoks escape many "+o wa
bed. Bradley bin i the room tthe time habits we may avoi an epe y ample ofhimn who was b, so niany regar: ics employed on he government works the Firem n's beautiful proc on wa
and thi dor being shut. Azcording to! mistakes. From ourvery infancy we are ded as the Father of his countm.-y. 1 h F n buth rs a- ,
exptlm-tl wnt utona l taosed moving"through the First Muni-ipality Extend your benivolence over all na.
her staemei,, She weit out On a vi-it to sed to evil. The very atmosphere fo cotimand the Army arid Navy of will mee wih i"tatt and ample rebuke a bold robbery was committed at the ture; love whatever partakes withVouof
a nighorand her eur.a she passed e the Uted tate; wi h he advi and from the auhoris'at Washigto.i. And house of Mr. Anthorv Rhoaes in Barracks her mot universal gift-existe ce."
Ithe doyor aidof threit tuoccupiedbt(dly reteimpregnated with it. W e the Um4ted States; wi h the advice' and from the authoriies'a
the door of the reaom uccupid a y rn,.ioleyI le r consent of the Senate to make treaties ; aid th,,t they will nt hesitate for a moment to street, between Conde and Royal', streets T .
andthegil se ear groan, which" sh,,uld ever let're~asoh'! preside as a sentinel
andth heard a i. r to appoint ambassad.:rs, and otherofticers, represent such attempt to that source I appears that Mr Rhodes was absent at TON.Iwe dad ut reflect wNl b.
i-th' door of the room ,hta aV ions We should t, tt i ttehe tune, and Mrs. Rhodes was oie the
caused her l ope t over Dal though, ts dto. W to give 10 C congress n m "on f state he u ne, and is. no es w as on tee n.b law co rrectio m t .. .
whnsesaw thpgit+ Ilmn dii ead andn I ll y okii aehepo si.Th as ueberethtth oogeaaesr
when shoe saw h. irl lyin dead and Ouroodnam'e.rwth great solicitude, of the Union, anid recommend such ineas- from whence by law correction may ki..g at the procession. he osere atthe toograieire
Biadlev covered wi.. h blood and apparent gur res as he shall judge to be necessary, eanate.. thief, making the, most of the opportu ity outshine and zzling others render.
yn "din tate. A razor and a knife;'that no scandal rayarise forom our inter -tf, m te." --overaato
y Ind sau ou aon i kiIe with o tr ay, good .t a i a d to take ci. e tiat the laws shaft be om Pensacola. entered a lower room, forced open an ar- ..l,. greebl We are
adwerer found onl the floor~lcou'rse witla others-, e good mail is ali Th a er-le 0 a ,"r/ .. _ -' willing at aet tv ra ie
we under faithfully executed; rhese are. the most The Hamer-The Navy Y d- iY moir with chisel, aid carried off thie at ay rate o give a reat idea
both stained with blood -hways exposed minbrWhan the wicked to important functions entrusted to the Pesi -Dock- Forti;ations, etc.-Dificutg be Spanish doubloons, $23 in silver a gold of tk, itu gig oh" t -' ".
The Corone.r held an inquest .n the s t. dent bv the Constitution and it m iy be x tweenthetheagineer an and te Stone Ct wath aid some ewe ry and a note Of h d o tagtg oher the s
~i hatI sall...d. ,330 Th bol smashe ha n. e ure or opportunity- to exert their small+
body of the gi~l yetetiday'Iaftern oon, and -ihe assanltsof ie~l,,ndeer., But s., 0. bl d ate or o
bodr ofuh titdd O in .h a.. w if ol pected that I shall briefly indicate the ters-Redcan of Wages anor 3osmasey talents, and so they depart red and
Dr." eux ended. examining e assaults will proe imn nv .principles which ivill control me, in thier 'bNSACOLA, Feb 20 1849. been discovered.- alprovokednt against those that have thu.
-body itaefound that'ih gri's hroat waS b virtuous ac execution. Eds. Crest -I am here in this an provokedpapersof frauds i t h
was cut tIhecarotidnarerv being :.impletelv mutca breathes C tosenbv thebody of the people un cient and bettiful place, killing time as he M lssouh papere a complain of frads in keptthem n amuseen.
severt-d aind thaiste$6had been stabbed Ulli The following ca] thel bodyon a placeemp Thr ercsaid to be those it,

verlic', believed the gr came to s rethan consent to sacith d one s triple eclarat tion hae t ve pest htihssel andgher kind amd
Ser death by wuds in.ced bradley. at the feet of power If General Taylor herdofore made, ad proclaim y fixed lea ily co wander. The "Hamer" H MIssouRI wNs.- nese wonder Fonenle's G ar.- the age 97
Biadley, t-roa', it 15 'ai"l is severely
t g Bradley.hra. it ssad in several his Secretaries 1ioutld consent to sacri det'mrination to maintatin, te the e-xtet is a staunch art excellent sea boat, and fil c. hildrenare ow beig exhibited ;n pontenelle's after saying many amiable
haoush neid0t gn.uly s ashd, Ir n steversa i o t h of pt be of ly abilitiesa the government in its oi is a great coniieice to the travellin t ou ya e cilren o Mr, and gallant hins to t young and bea-
Splacesan he toor three stabs ficnh men to the t the basis of and shipping cmuniy and trust she exas c tv tiful Madame I elventu. p d before
,he abdomen. We understand he was tso "Thebod other maryrss the iioolicy, those treat repute icaa mnav meet the pabnage which the enter- were boro o the 16th December 1847: her to his place at table, 'See,' said
Removed last evening to the Charity t-o-seed of the chu.ch." mMr Burke acts pre d brines which onntita thr .ctrengtm priejustly meriu 'l'he re ,nnected from. the breast b,,ne Madame Helvventius 'how I aught to val-
pita, whee he will rem,,in uiider the our- ". ..i!ec
pital, where of tlpoie and that .. er ise, as an idenendlit and talented cti- of ir national existence. Since my arrive have visited the Navy and abornei,; ie-(sure 20 inch itn height u, yoir gallantries; you pass before me
'""oil ofover the Ipholnsice n ta der Sucn circustart r reference to the Army andY Nav Yard and fortficas in this haar bor, and amd Dweigh 20 punis. Their connection without looking at m. 'Mdae said
ve3 i lom e profi t t ofh isre codthe ry t fchere zs t o s u "an"ose...act mid ersuc i t 1rm
rev rso i itb o uymet pros toc his ..e..r I..laly empleooylueed with so much di.tinctio have bren much eased with the rap;d s stchthat they stand face to face; h ud the .ld man, if had looked at you,
reconh rs it will be for a Juryt prone unce ees. T r inactive service, care shall be taken to progress making tovrds the completion of coated over with fine back hair; aid in could not have passed."
-1 91 tb'"q d a enizo1not T o T INSte iesiw oor,



S onthisu I or innocene. -nre the highest condit E r of efficiency, ihe various public rks in course of erec- all oter respect perfect in form and featu o
Brdnn'Oh ocec. i Missouri erl Is ~ud onentt mci etrmnaio.t aitanoetie xtn i astunhellexeletsasbat introduced ae owbeg ehiitdntoonenl


r uni desire excite prejui, i gains dlt to -f r, mereiheis'a n th ,-, furtherance of that objct, the military tion. The Dry Do., and the Barracks, --tssouri statetan. Jto b C lnel has p trodred it o
S a opinif as to the real stapise o b thecats_ of n tonrest.sharegeivernete r aten mfts0rhetime. Tcvereeara great num bear of te hnstiewmsekeprtheiep riadt n e of
..: +q e'gtra opinion hree s ta be-s in ssi onersuchaten t s-o,, _.. .._ -he., p ro es



paes aidthe a girlpno hn atepd ad e"ei e maer in which I th e Executive. As Amencai freemesnm mechanics and itabore employed on the
he kiledthei ut stand ihe sm itsed ahe arinstered the Poter.t Office with sympathize in al efforts to ex nd he Government works in ity hnthich ,h nd their p tesetves for some etra ocas -tdwelln of Mr. Riha

Bra dleytQ rvenm bi w sa him coul speak regard to apoit-it'~ atnd retnovals.- *l.ig of civil an politcal ltubey.y But. ,e principal iieatn5 torpos ors it p^ iers.i til thybthtr so r FRs-Te wellinaClnga Bof Mr Rchau
the.a. + ,++ Otmopublac policy, those -re~a: e i,'



-d la.~ s Lt evenin g uto t h,$riton~ y s eie, ~d ofthellhnents u i nhs which con-6t itIs thepri us ipa in pthis City Phia T me os. Cro ssconnecnearfromreareBsonbo eumadam
Bradlev wheu wo saw him e i am bound to ire. t tie sane t.e, we are waned by the enj.vs n the Navy ard all branches That sounds something like "sour grape M., was destroyed by fire o the 24th ul
Phila. were he wll remanouswellile. ar-,Co lyns aniB-one tcu- your,




e wihdefticule, and we tindesad tIma- Te bli is ta f l',mmn ot history anid the voice of our of mechanism isis well rresentred, except es," Mr Time A good deal ofhe ohing of the family
if he i ] s l h tt e g r h n d e bur s hu ld, ii et" .. id r uc irc retn \ i n s s c h tt e tnd f ce"o f ce; A g he old dI o t e m in ft e f




led at his expnise tat iig he hadr ampfnle source,and prompted by the kimadest fee-owni beloved Washington, to abstain.fo'm that of stone cutters, h ow!ng to a timd many articles of valse weie consumed
ie an As e ep e s, o hus toward me personally. But I feeeetangling alliances with foreign nations. difficu.y between the l Enginteer and A court. us Frenchman in reply to No. insurance. .. .In Glasgow, week be,
teans As .ithbe murder, wds o oN t Chear es.. t d m a .ht' was preparee, In alt disputes between cotflic'ing gov t, workmen in that epartm nt, has the questiout wh a women were not admit fore last, the dwel!ig house of the Rev.
tn~t. I% va tted itidtoetho Chamber ofy Deputies;.said; Wn, Holmes was sevetelyrinjored by fire,.
that he has said anthi B-N.BOCre.c. 'J p.lihe witou m. ktiw..d.e,-orernments, it ,s our interest, not less than been unrepresentedsinceuic the 10th of 1e ihofthc hmber of Deputies; said;
ery"ti tht tolesa mmber tnwas qliiKte tobelHelost Q+io 'la "f"hs"furiture
ANOTiLnR DARINO ROBBBis Y.h-ave e e." r obation." Without intendio our duty, to remain, strictly neutral ; while November last. I the E,,neer very us- tat to be a member it was rquisite to be He lost a god leal of bis furniture.
cordedhr sn, time was o ,,,nnmitted be-r do, th a ,y referrin .i geographical posion the gemus of wisely, amd very uij,,s, l]oo, attempted fortyoe y eas ana it was inipossidle to ACE.T--On the 26th tilt. Mr. S.
dd tor sooWSco idbe. fficial course since I have be otrinstutins adour people, the ad to reduce the pay ot sn.dters which.
gwean 5t ae6id6.clockonn rd.y morn- t Go,iit-,s'oner- ofPatents. has placed r' vancing .pint of civilization, and above all, produced an emene, atdine thattno unem y agt.
igattirenidete 0- Mr. John Stolle the p.ition of a suppit for the i.- the dictates -f religion directs us to i theini has been don,' ii t branch. The e agein Memphis, an mueh injured hy bein
corner of St. Ann In,! Jobnon streets v of thes incn 1mg president. My otn cultivation of peaceiml and friendly rela course, of the Eriaioeer isMsiiered rep- A fellow named John Muslim. has been accidentally caught in tht macTiinaerr: and
.... hL F nict of F'rauincis Raimpar. s',.i'en'persbn dignity atnd self.reset tirs with aH other powers. Itls to be henmsine in the extreme, much as the arrested in New York for cutting his wift's his life was oly saved by the sudden'
.I............... t Oennl" ccuse any" s:h hoped, that no international question can prices paid were but fair,J onty aTor.,r throat with a razor, though it -had *iiT stoppage otnhe engine.


iro m me .. ..Itii ,I.LS II t L bL U-+ W -r
who resides waith Mr. Stole. that while i o now arise, which a aoveirnment,cothiidn" ded a just compensation0ir their lahor, proved latal. M .
the lItter was absen, and a the tine d i pi d i principle with the py of its own strength, amd resolved to pro relyey sufficient to com d the services n S has a population of 2,00
atediaerritented d see int tcctitsownown just rights, may not set ofcompent work.nen. 'he stone cut- AL ANAUT GALIFoRNIA.-Copies of 8.00 of whom of both sexe, are engaged
gnaed areru ii o ntretteat h,,beeelvte'taid ,- i he rtcet its owmn own 's it aro e
aietdhnar ar his oGbeeneeval, To ad sn tte by w gt it eminent tees who had been einpll i the yard of the lastt Mammoth Weekly Crescen; in making hoots and shoes. 3,0t)0000- -
-Il d I in rtol h,, h,
as 11 to siitcm~a5 -lin''rtald hni hoist tie by wise negociatliomi. A d U e iitt t n h a e m pl of
hakd -o, wlor ,p m e back ri cal call- d I of General, bTaylo and asaa Ant like our own, fr a long time, were exlent mechanics a!so, the California Crescernt-contanii pairs were"created" lat year. Ths
din a ht;m;iwheere d b-,icaln-i. who score, to saclifc his pinci v becomes a overnmenleu
?d a s>,icti d oni wh ntherd ,n, i pin iois. or independence for any o founded on the morality ad intelence capable of doing ample Wtice o the Gov- much useful information reectt the people hae ,o bottle d'akng.
h Lh a not e of toe i s eiti ,n s, po d uvhes d Jy the iPr aes e w r katN
linedownhe of Pesdeut eect, I oppo citizis, and upheld by their affeeernrmet, arid were soy.rhonest and Gold Region from Humboldt, Fremn ALT OF ST. Lots.-During the
some hngof he kIid. rendernk hm e hi- election"anticipatn that it would tions, to exhaust every resource of honor good citizens. Many 'hein have erec- and others, w'th'maps be had at h ie ce. wer k emdi oondlay the 26th ult., :her
s rele s r t h e n ti e s a n d a n ] l ls _a ii socmdto bh e lea tihp of ri w el yk eaw
useless, and, tiemi tied Imnn hand anl lout suhti !f erthe elevation of a party to po v able diplomacy before appealing to arhms. ed fine dwellings ait.yard, and have No. 95 St. Charles street. do.
Crann. ,,d8a dkeche in his ioutto I believe to be detritnenf In the conduct of our f oreig n relations. finlies dependent uplhejr labor for a URDER T ALI.A a all in lotis, twetiy four of which number wer
""" ".. -10 tte b --in.erEst'o ,nthe country. I shall contorm to these views as I believe lIvehood ; ard consetlty tecourseo o .tbai..
pont hi's ruilh to prevent his Calling co..MURD.ER-.theTcoursA of New ;nt on. m.t ...h ; comissary children of the age of fivs yeams atd un-'
for ,assisi nc'' TnitI ctioaiod i office under any PreL tem es ent .aI to the best interest, aid the Engineer has mn, seriousl injured Ne. l.. n. ,-_1c l
e'cceo e h v iai sit, be! injureiJonhint Burns
a o c a n h h i ..e.. l m o h n ur^n ;.o ne o f th e m a n a g e rs-, id at a d e r ."
Went to worka id b 'a ,rl o l"ent e'xe. mii,, the condition that I a the true honor of the country- lheap the,,, as well as m ially retarded thet .
.ei "S i t" "t .'SwieBoka 11nd terce arrri;d to eujoy the free and indepe ointi ng power vested in the P resident, work, without mi anay subservin the eptinrgit quell a mnele e was instantly h



14tiiana wi'*0 Baltic nd a %iver wae 11, p 11 .~v nar 0B kile Amna~sabve fromRnard o h rP ( ito.b oadMtp&^~
era, t~~t,.u to euiov ,-deliate.and-"f.......duties"S"lin rests or wisheso~e Government. Ali.' +... O E I^ a t Ot pt ,T o .- h
d ent expri-ssia ,ofiny opinions upon poli'mposes delicate' aGdoniorots duties e G m A ye a f sara tto.or e



fbi8 iM (~ al ~ rtiod~ u ~liil~ie ^ ^ g ^ g~ jF ^ fl y 28 1848 ~ do or i espe~ y exingu~ffne~l boutA c Z ihf^t" *9'rt*, tH artfolordo T Imes ^ ays, that a mf.ipn" biAii tho^
tical as well a, all other Subjcts. ar as itis possible to'be !lormed, I shall %dertisemet hashb published for stone D S u T -The whole ber ame of Aod left that city and a wife
ii~~pl tonstthueIth lao of tosRehmeert dooSLGH R-hwolri
amao thevaquished nthislaake honesty, capability, and fidelity, cutters o supply thlac of those ho f gs slaughtered at Bostoe,;up toaFri twenty-one earR a.io, aid went to South
V "victorlions' battle of.Getaeral Taylor-am dispensible requsites to he bestowal of aid excellent mectics who would not da t a piece America. His wife married s aUni Ruppos.
ofth 'vd ticiroinasrtmoto hi wa-y even ipg, was 2li1, 4t 60 Icents ~eAeia
subjectt to the will t a niiqll-ror nditces, and the absence of these qaalities submit, to anune 3,g ethat he was deed. Her second husband'
d d''r. e. d-' ""N .c i a,,i rea'l v'tt w ,id fate, whatever all be deem d su cientcause for temov. es,' h
Smay be, I effect and trt W ill ot, as nogod gr -'ih her third husband his ciy a. the
Lfhe .n iii president of Dubuque myle.A. ..eeri nswh rie a e a
.,... .,Su'.v .yor Gen. maithitPr, becontitig attrue It shall be my study to-recommend such stone mason, or r mechanic, will, If urday amd Sunday in, Americana vessels, peent tine. las., week Ir rpt hla
it ws h a l l in t e e It h li a .o.e O .. = .. | ,
-, t+d Wisccaiain. ;n place of American citiz.'n. who cannot stoop to be a stiuuoital measures to Congress as may acquainted ,with 6ei rcuP, tances, be in- lost only tell of tWeir companions duriip band returned, safe and aopn&. .
*yke, Utije4, Suimtes g~rite nor a .time-server, inm or out of mecessarn amid tpr,,per. Jo6seceire reu- du'ed to'cme i e to work0 for lesthami the voyage; while 3,783who arrived it,ndfr
oce,and who is too proud to crave mercy rage, nat a .prot ectionkto ite great ix' a fair co-,ipensn ...v.seidrg the two a
IoF' los,_by the burning f e of ag icuhture commer1Ie~and au" A c ,ay n or twelve `tne aiatedlost thirty-fiye o06the Oaaiage. The lantic, te
sD aHarinud.idN1 JM NDBURKE. P re; to improve our riversand harbor.%; chait, will ethe Navy Yard onor Amenioaa .eiasels made'eh~ttr pusa.a ,,obe considered oil. ,.
4u0@. WtsuIeTId, F, 28,rar28I849. todo for the speedy extinguisih-etW a dlu iZ,5 1thisimnwih, f ko gold- than the Enlis:" '++ Qobi "" ,^ ..-
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pi 1 o r oiUrt r.--i situ u rL.
idosed on Tuesday evening hlast. the Doc-
let huaitg b,-n emnirely disposed of. His
Hb. i t lge Bronzon, exercised thro'ugh-
4.1ut tlerr.. ,the patience and lenityv for
.hkh'i'il-he iafts'alw:ys been remnarkable.
'W Ve regrei l! Ithe stay of this amiabl'
nd i{hrited Julg.- is so shirt in our art-
vitient city But hope to meet him again
n thi e'nj,,'yineit o health at our next
l": .-erm
L D' L'e 0n thie 121 I luSt. in this city.
Doctor Et A SIURRA. 99 vyar a amnd
.y7our rniiths;, h wa's ih ihldesit citizen tol
.L" .Ji A L _' -" J.i' L 1 ... ... ....... .. ..!II..


is pia e,11i ,. F11% Ut iii t i l n" a ** gl r 3,111. .)_
regrhed. byfiis nunierous acquainitances
'. nd rel~itiv,.,s. "
S t Lutis tspnpers, pleaso copy.

,.-" I 'PORItF PEN uACULA.
-i. A.RRIVED.
s chr. jetio-'s, tI)we, from New Or-
,' lean s.
,.~.4 Schr., Pial, -Caro. from New Or-
'[A ean3
e Schr. O., nn Wive. from [nilian Poitit
/ Schr. Delpli. S a row, from New York
CLEARED.
Schr. Martha, A.nbey, for New Or.
BrJ ph K leror N ork.s.
Brig Joeph Keller, fo.r Ne 'v Yotrk.


P u)'A 11r IIi.
,3Y THE GOVERNOR OF THE SFATE
OF FLOR'IDA.
H HEREAS It is r, qitreil ').v l)wtiha
an .-Ilectin b h field il ihts Sta"e uoithe
first Mon.Li.tv in Miy iiex,, for a Reg-ier
of Piblic I.:tiiidi, ti hli ntoil the first
N Mond.iv o0l'(Octoer, 185') ; .lso for Jitilges
-of Prohate for the several Ciiuities, to
hold till the first \Lrnlay of (),Ooher, 1851
and Ifor Jusiceis oif the Piace for each
District i. the several Citimt', to hold
__"for two y,:trs, (-ill ,l said offit',s to Con-
ainue in office ill th-ir successor. shall be
elet.ed :iinl qualified :)
I T Is Hr.REB V ORDFKED, Th.t the
i -said elec'.ioi be hell throtihnut the State
ac.oordiii! to law; and the officers vhoze
iiity it is ti, order said elections will tdke
,lotict- thereof '
WVitness mv hind and 'he great sepat of
the Sttie, given at the Capitinl,
{EAtL]I thi.- 2lhdy d f Jatinuary, \. I .
1849. and tll the Iiide.Iendn'lire1
ot the Uiied Sintes ihef 73Id year
W WM. D. MOSELEY, Governor.
Atteit.
A. E..i MAXWELL. Secrrlary, of Slate.
Febr-uary ,,. 1349.-22-2n.'
All papers in the State, iAsert two
laionlhs. ", *'*


-.-..._ EXE'MUT,)RS NOTICE.
rOTICE is h=er-v given that we ha(ve* ben
\ qiimalifieI as '8 ev'ulors of the la-t Will and
Tetauaent ofl' i tsg I ANTONI Sianita d.i'easedl,
aII pner-on'a, tfeqled lto the Estate are t' a ..r.
requested to naiee pavnent, and those toi whom
the Estate is-'i dbted will please present their
clam-i lor paiOtf within the tinte pretcribied by
Iw, or this ntitt: will be plead in bar ofthtir
.recovery. .', .- .
JOHN BROSNAHAM,
SJSEPrI SIERRA.
Executors.
Pensacola March 15, 1949-29-sw


N()OTICE.
SIX weeks 'ft-er d.ite I hhall apply to the
0 lion. J6da;e ;A tie Probit Cnurk. in and
fortlie oultity, of W'ahiin-,ton, lir lett. rs of
Adnini-tration on the Estate of JOHN LLOTD,
late of- said Coutnty dec'd "
-. ; IP. J. MITCHELL.
Pensacola, March 15, lS4'--2S-6
.NOTICE.
.A L persons idebied 0 the estate of FaER
(.. .ANDo MIORtNm, deceased, arerequested to
tqake payment, and all persons having claims
against said --iae .nre r.,qinesred topresenit them
Stothe uid,-r-igned within ii- time prescribed hy
law, otlierwie this notice will be plead in bar of
heir recovery. .-
hei r y ESA ELLA DURANTE,
Ex-ecutrfs.


Pensacola Feb. 1. 1849-Sw.
N O Ir ICEQ .
C',!A E subscriber having obtained letters f
_- Adi, nis rati on n ihp est,lte -.otf PET R
).o t ( I- "' i.) i *'r.-bv requests all thwse in-
lebieIl L s -id -3statie, to pay the same, and
',h-ito havlnti claimn, against said Estate to pre-
:eni tliem WI Il. i t .1.' e pr-.i ib' I by law, or
hi, notice will b,. ple idd in btr of then re? yv-
ry.
Ey LlZA\SH nI ";NIl?, Admin.
P'ensic.lli Jai. I I, 4I 43-l'v
Ni T I-CE.
I1IX wpekt after d ate I, %til apply to the Hon.
'J-the Judil, ol' the t'o rt .if Puibiit- for
'u.,i'.v )i' .','a I, I rt' .r.,; if Adini1rt-L a
i '.,. y ontine Estate o' FEkMis r)ENia do-i'e-e PA..
1' i)..SEPtINE COMM1YNS.
December 2. IS lOS.
S OR 9% %1 E,
A LIKELY MULTro WOMAN, a
.. good Cou'A, VWdlier aiid lrin'r.
Apply to
A. J EDi)IUNDR.
Ne;ro Wonia. to Hire,
)) G +'U i.',),ok, Wasiher atid Ironer. En.
qiiie of
C.P. KNAPP.
J;. anuiry 18, 1849 .
D 1!JOBLE, Barrel Guns. A fine assortment
: L/for sale by _
S for sale u C.P. KNAPP.
S January IN, 1l049
Tobacco.
;.- .K< IBOXES ac-iioied brands, at vholesaleo
5 'S retaili, at very low:piiees For sal, b3
.* .. *" C. P. KNAPP.
'-"- January I[0.149 -
0 "lTS1 ICE.--..-thr those who art about toAleav
f .r4 for California, wq'fld do well to call at th
,-.re of C. P. Knapp whnril thov can pim has
',h.;Pantsand-..Vst,a Ir for $8. Jan. IS 1S49 -
1 'NE0 d'Lin'jB.os-m Shirts. Also Gent
:^Marnn',,L' L 6"Wool and Cutton Under
404,w:rerWoollii and Cotton Hoist
I^ift orcmtB osale by
QCi P MUMPP
, a+ +- ..-..' 1 ,,


AUCTION.
Navy Agent' officer.
Pensacola March 7th 1819.
SILL b,' sold at public auction al 12
o'chlock M. on Sauttrdav ihe 7 Ih
ttlst, atthestore of'C. P. l\NtPP. Ai',
pioneer. ,lor account 6 the U. .. Niy
Dpi)irtimnenlit the Ifollowving condemned at'.
ticles, viz:


I I-'2 iallon b3llles. specie minute.
Ii) 1 -4 Gallon bottles. specie ;noulh.
5 pint bottles. .pecie inotith.
5 I-2 piut holes, specie mouth.
17 I'toverltids.
141 .\Ibiquito Birs.
WA.LKEF ANDERSON.
N ivVy A.I(nt.
Pensacola, Matrch 8, IS49-2w'v
CiltZtte will insert lihe ahore, once.
SHERIFF'S S AILE.
W ILL be s.ld al public Auctiin rf.,r ,ih
bdlore the dulor nI the l'.urtu lotiuse, i
ihe City o, Pen-acomi o-i \hinud .v tie -2nd d, i
oit April iiet h-it ten tha h,liurs rte-,ril-tdl l,
law, the fillomoinc ds, ribed pioperlYv, to wit :
Sloop named Elizabeth, ot' Pensacola.
The above dvscrrlitel property utill Il.m-ind Ito
satis'v an Exet'itionm is-ied f'olnl t e Clerk', "
rice t'ir ilie (I.c ui'tt 'iirnt lor the County ,"i' W al"
t in, in thle \\'e-tern Ciir. mit of ihe t.it-e o1 'i ,tr,
ida t lier,-n .IOHN TREMULE Si plLiMtif'a n1d RuB
ERr HATCHER is delt-ndant
A 3. COLLINS.
Sheriff.af Escambia C.iuitity Flonrida.
Pensaola Maich I [li9-2t-4w.

ROBERT SMITH iPe itiin fo)r div,.rce in
vs t.;ircuit Coniiit Iur s.
JOANNAH SMITH. call'bia Ci1otUItV.
[N ihi ci-r', if appearineif t) hea, ilactiion ol
the (-'ourl that the ueieudaiit Jimaliah Si il li
1i not a rrsidt-i' of the Slalreot i'lui ida, it i.
ordered thal pu licalion b. iiade tlor three
mouthli in out- Il the newspalier- p hlishlied in
ihe city iol Pen-iacila, lequirin e esie jidl .oJmniali
1t appear ;it the n.-xl lerm ol the Circuit ('ouri
tIr Eseanibia (.minty It be h-ld iu Pensmd ula on
ihe second lonndayV in June next o10 answr to a
bill of'euripl.iint tiled her-tn oifher% lise the aimt
%ill be taken us c iites-e..
.-,Igr:d, GEO..t. HAWKINS, Jrdge 4c.
Pensacola March 1; t1149-26-3mn


MI. JmUl:DAN &
A. E. bAKER
The Heirs (ito' An,|
tinio Batder.s Jrs.
dec'd.
A.J. Collins Shriff.


In Chancery


T appears to the eaii4fiiction of the Court
that the Heirs of' Atlmino Bal.leros Jr
deceased del'fndauts in hie above vase, rtsid,-
be ond the limits f' ie State ofl' Flnrda. i i.
ordered that pulilitatit, bt made int one otl Ihe
irwsl'apers pnlilishied in ithe city ol Pen.. ci.li
lor four ,iithvl t'quv:'ita the said diltendapti'
to appear bet'oie ihe Cicult Court for Es t:ms
bia Count, on the 2nd Monday in Jiune i ex
t., answer to a bill of' complaint filed in the
above named ease, or othm.rwti-. the saine w II
be laken a,.ainsi said deletdants pro cnf.f so,
and a decte rendered therf-in.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge.
Fob, 11th 1841J-4-4m.


LANDS FOR SALE


W I.LL be sold on the second mov-
day in May next to the highest bid-
dter at the Court Flituse, door in Euchee-
anna, Fla,- the following lands: Section
'rel, Township Twoi Ratnge seventeen
m. & E. the North East quarter of said
section excepted
SThe North East quarter of sectitr.
fifteen Township two Range seventeen
N & W the North West quarter ofsec-
tion fourteen, Township two Range sev'
enteen N & W. these lands lie in a body
and are of a fine quality aird i'u a hle-.
thy ,part of Walton County, the land catl
,be seen by calling opon A. G. Ciawford
on the Premiss. Terns Cash
N.H. MITCHELL
M arch I st. 1849.
PROSPECTUS
OF
THlE WESTERN CONTINENT,
( .W S .R.ES.)
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PREMIUMS.
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T',.vo D.,ILL%-R (-po'?trae ]i'd) Ini a year's
suiI.crilitiiii. a',il tii P% ry uld i th-bcrtbet
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Of___~ ASTHMI, ICTau CHI5O^i 151 kU hA TISM._


Of ASTHMA, AUUTEanld CHSONIC HEUtlATISM,
AFFECTIONS of the BLADDER and KIDNEYS.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS.-
In the south and west, where these diseases prevail, they wilt
be found Invaluable. Planters, farmers, and others, who once
use these Medicine, will never afterwards be without tium.
BILIOUS CHOLIC, and SERIOUS Looseness, BILES,
COSTIVENESS, COLDS & COUGHS, CHOL/e,
CONSUMPTION. Used with great success in this disease.
COlttUPT' HUMORS. ORQP-B-ZBs. -
D SPEB PSIA. No person with thi distressing ti
ease, should delay using these medicines immediately.
ERUPTIONS of the Skin, ERYSIPELAS, FLAT
LE\CY,
FEVER and AGUE. For this scourge ofthe wes-
tern country these medicines will be found a safe, speedy, and
certain remedy. Other medicines leave the system subject to g
relumrn of the disease-a cure by these medicines is permanent-
TRY THEM, IE SATISFIED, AND BE CURED
FOULNESS qf COMPLEXION,
GENERAL DBizLITY,
GOUT. GIDDINESS, GRAVEL HEADACHES, of evVe
kind, INWARD FEVER, INFLAMMATORY RHEUMIA-
TISM, IMPURE BLOOD, JAUNDICE, LOSS of APPE-
TITE.
LIVER CO1UP&AZNTB,
LEPROSY, LOOSENESS,
M K 1RC l R1I AL DISEASES.-
Never fails to eradicate entirely all the ellecti of Mercury infi-
nitely sooner than the most powerful preparation of Sarsapanlla.
NIGHT SWEATS, NERVOUS DEBILITY. NERVOUS
COMPLAINTS of all kindt, ORGANIC AFFECTIONS,
PALPITATION of the HEART, PAINTER'S GHOLIO,
PI L ]U S s The original propietor of these medicine$
was cured of Piles ef 35 years standing by the use of these Lf.
Medicines alone. \
PAINS in the head, side, back, ffimb, jotnu and organs.
R H E U 31ATISMI. Those afflicted -with tids
terrible disease, will be sure of relief by the Life Medicines.
ltUSH of BLOOD to the HEAD, SCURVY,
SALTRHEUM, SWELLINGS,
SCROFULA. oa n INTO'S VIL.s inits
worst forms, UL C E R S, of eery dcr eerption
W 0 n 1 S of all kinds, are eflectually expelled bt
these Medicines. Parents will do well toadminmster them when.
ever their existence is suspected. Relief will he certain
THE LIFE PILLS AND PIiENIX BITTERS
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
And thus remove all disease from the system.
A single trial will place the L I F E P I L L S and
P H C. N I X BI1TTERS beyond the reach of compe-
tition in the estimation of every patient.
The genuine tf these medicines are now put up in white
wra iers aud labels, togetlher with a pamphlet. called
M'offat's Good Samaritan," Coltaining fie direction, &e,
on which is a drawing of Broadway from Wallt tet to'our
Office, by which strange % visiting the city can very. easily
fiud us. The wraipes a 'd Samaritans ai .opyrighted,
the efuore those lio procure them wiih white wrappers can
be assured that they are genuine. ie careful, and do not
buy those with yellow wrappers; hut if you dd, be satisfied
that tI.ey come direct from us, or don't touch them.
117' Prepared and sold by
DR. WILLIAM 3. MOZ'r.AT,
335 Broadway. corner o( Antfobny street, New Yor.
For Sale by
DI?. JOHN BROSNAHAM.
Pensacola August, 10 1848.& '


I.- ,- .I .. ...t'.. .. .. ...
qANTED not to nauseate, or in any wd
inconvenience the patient.


IdZ See envelope around each bottle,
with directions. &c., with description ani
" 4ictiots to CURE GLEET, STRICT
TURES. &c.
V? Pr,-pared and sold by E. D, CO
LEVIAN 116 DAT'PHINF STREET Mobil.
Oid for sale by. J. 0. SMITH, sole Agent
Pensacola. July 6-43-tf.


Vest Florida Collegiate Institute.
T HE Trutees have the pleasure of announce
Sing that they have secured the services o0
Tr. WM. T. WeALTHALL, as Principal of
his I.stitution.f
Mr. Waithall's eriminent qualifications are
,ell known to the Tru3teei and they unreserved-
Srecomm nd this school as deserving the con
Jlence and patronage of the public.
WALKER ANDERSON.
President of the Board of Trustees.
Pensacola, April 27, 1848 -35tf.


AMENDMENT TO THE
Cistitution of the State of Flori-
da,
Poposed and agreed to by the third Gen-
-ral Assembly ; mubjett to the action oj
7te next Gvneral Assemibly".
UACT to amend the 12th Clautise of the 5th
-ticleofihe Constitution of tlihis State, so
iti the Judges at the Circuit Codrts shall hold
tOir m ices for a term of eight years, inigea8
oaurin' gmid behavior-
SITON 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and
iam of Representa'tivesr 6" v ihe State of Flori
'a i General Assembl convened, That thu
"2thIause of the 5t Aifrticle of the Constitution
f th State be so amended as to r6ad as follows
viz : That at the expiration of the presehf term
A ofie of the Juidges of theCircuitft Coprls,,.vith
he eleption hereinrafter menitiohed, kire'Juidge
Ifthtrupremie Couirt. anid the Juiides of the
CircuCourts, shall be. elected forit a term ot
ight'ars. and shall hold'their office for that
erm, niess sooner reumiovd under the prois
',is misle in this Costitutiohn, for ithe removal
ofJud,,by add.es- or imnpeacMtieat ; and for
ilful "lhci ofdty, or oth'erieasonable cause,
which all not be sufficient grnti'nd for impeach
.nent, e Governor shall reefiove any of them.
,in the dress of two-thirds of the General As.
emtibl.v, Proviled, however That the cause
,r Crc atjlahaitb- rtud td I'engihf in such ad-
tress at9fntered on the JMournals of each House.
And pridfed, further, J'hat the cause or cau
k_---A -- .-7t .. _-_- .1 *-I


M rr AIf-qhI. IT M 'lr'E!' W.9s 8hjoe noticed totifre Judge so intended to
.MEDICAL NOT ,e ren#,d, and he shall be admitted to a hear-
U'RS. WILSON apd VAN WYCK. (late ig 1i1 own defence, before any vote for such
Professor of Surgery in the Frankliu Me einonshall pas-: and in such cases the vote
'lical Cohllge.of Philadelphia,) have tbrined a co- hall taken by yeas a'nd nays and entered on
partnership for' thie practice of MNEDICINE ndi ,.,e Inals ofeach House respectively.
SURGERY, and for the INSTLtUGTION OF s8 Be itfurtherenacted. That the Judges
VE1CAiL STUDENTS firsointed tinder this amended Constitufion,
Patients froya a distance can be well i'ccom- hal e divided bylot into tour classes, The
modated, ai.d on reasonable terms, either at the nrstsa shbalfhold his or their office Or" offices
Hoiels or Private Boarding Houses oft e city ;,r I term of two years, the second for the
and can receive from the Subhcribers su -h Medi er/lfoiur years, the third for the term of six
cal aid Sfyaical attention as their case may ye the fourth for the term of eiht yeats.
require issed the S tnae by the Constitutional ma-
A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS 'o Decmber -22; 1847. Passed the Hous
will be received, who will be supplied with '1iresgent;atives, by the Constifutional major
ooks, PIates Aniatomiral. rond other Prepar. Januaryy 6, 184S.] .. .
ation--will bW regularly examined in the pro. l FhiUa paper will publish provided not
gress of their studies, ac'cotfing to the. mod' ., than 20 is charged. .
pursued in the large .Northen cities-will b,1 ril 1i, 1848.
tauuLht to'coimpiind anddispense Medicines, and '
will be inWrticted i'n IthW minor: --Evry day I AI3IINISTKAVR',) NOrTICE .
d u ti e s o f t h e' ur g e'o n B- le e fiti g tC p p i mg ,- L . "O .. +
dutes of th' s g A.P&c. pt OT E is hereby given H"atdsix tnqnths after

fladagn^ -4"~ &c.^^^~

"In -'inexion with (his department it may hek to beIa disctha prged.elt
property o -stat that as P0011 ,Ba ib. a I A. era 'an .
firm rieeptio or' rat al ti h
.. r, 7 .teacounty of in~a, or t ,n


ICrave Slones, Tombs & Ilonumen i Ir ca Pa ienis wAibe opened, when student
lonitns %Ill hate the uppoituinily of'- Practically stud,.-
r HE-ubscrnher will exei,.,,t wlh neatm3,,>.s d,j ac .
iandde-patch all orler which li he nmv receive se
JLo ti lrnishi any ol'the shave arliir-.: lallahassee, July *20'1i, i84-Q.
t-'rnmain-.ial work %ill he dine at ,r-patlv re J. T. J. WILTON, M.MD.
dluc'd price-. Marble table tops mended in the C. C. VAN WY(CK. M. D.
niearist, annor. Auigust 3-47-.5n.
Orders tromu the.(,,intrrv will be punctually at-
teniledi tou, when lelt at tih'is otfic. LM LMANA(-C'S ,ALM ANA7s ALMA.
junikS ELIHIU PLIRVIS, Agent. 'tNAt-! DR. D JAYNE 'oitld respect.
ftiilv inltirm the 1 1inhbli thaI ti- p hlishe. 'aimt iallv
dor, "dr tuiiuoti dist,nhiimio. ht limiseli'aiind all hi'S
$50 X ewa'dA. a ,geinana
Jayne's Medical Almanac.
will vi sire the above reward lfor the ap- ANl" GUIDE 'TO HF:ALTH.
pIl hi' ll!ion ail ,I cO illi'uiil-iit 0i'lliv i p. The c;tlclt.iil .iiof tlii Alinceai i noade inth
2'nO ()kCir iii ti j il 4ut .Il FIforila. a i. 1 re.t car' and a,-iiiracy and I'r five dilereni Lai.
'2 liiol his nrresti nild ciiit-il,'mt.- t it ;.iV ,'" ihd I 0.oonniime-,. n as to make thm eqi,ail.
S. N u 1. I, |Il a a ('all,-In.lar in et rypart ol' tL,e [Uni .t
ill iI ihi,. State, l-).cdr is a black iintv'. ";3,. s and Friti.h Ni"r.h An.ri.ca. Th. v are
ablui t24 Y'ears old cii red river w I. tI sprinted *in .vil pap-r, ai)d with hliand-iie npe,
vere It ,lit- rel it and a b iiap t V oid' id it kw t. p. an'l are meivea b. ,i ndnd, and hr-imd, s hi-in
,iniIll andi ronk I purch.ised hi)m o1' It.. ,he e-,t,'t adnifi l arcurale Cal,idir prini.t
*iiii n inm i he U eitd Slaies, they coniain u large -anitioni
.SiNiti b -q. ei" New Orleans about 12 r..,,ai,,ble nl..rinaion,;uildit io the-wanis ol
mu'Otlthis since. III ndl o, that kinti too, wticl i catnot be lIJunii
DELPHINE JORDAN .nhoi.k-.
Pens.iola )ct t >, 184S. HIS,"ATALOIGUE OF DISEASES. with
rnpiarks ant diiecifots tor i heir reanoval is real-
PORTER A LE ANDri[fER. .v initaltilbit, an-I mnake lthem in elcm.ine visilor.-
OR TR A h t ititeiprte rv e thuse ,he% eit r. E%, rv amilv should
L oiE s Al e.inb,.mr conintters Ihe i,.porial;oIa ., ,,se at ilea-t one 61f these Alnata'es. hit1
Per ,' Aleara .i.ter, ffro I he<,f man" Irau k'llljna, for I.P49 is nLo% steady lor d iiltbution.
1iires i, Pluti ddel .hia, N ew 'Y -rk, P (tig hke- ,s, ,,' whi h hna l,, -l .I t p u ili) l b a t l ea.s 'rb \ t _
inid Alab',,ii ; winch he fler a, ai. lip ,,ae-t ca<' M ILLI-NSh, and in ,.rder that every I'dnlIv I
pree Orders lhatkl'ullv received and punctual Ie ,Unitid sarie ano tisrtth Arnterha, nay bit
ly atiendod to, at No. 116, (.uimiierce siret. urnisheid %ith a <.(ip),,b, he h.by invnes
M. .UINN. \1ER(.iHAN SAND -,t. REKE-PERS f.
(H OC, L A--r ET -25r H, e Ctolau. ,rard their ,,rders h lIn asiearly a possible
-HO LA rE--5 Bxe udweet Ctldolai. ,,id tlv shall be -iipplied( G;IA I li)OUSLY ti,
C jL-. re,-lved and Ior ldl. dy ninIy c.pei as ihy ,ina d&et ne es-ary t,..
C P- KNAPP u1ppl\, Iueir tariotu cutionters,. l.h'y areals..
ivi.t, d ,il 1 he sa4ine In'ie t send a c,,py o ut' Il,-.ir
,O r ICE.- Durin r my ahsence frn io. 1UNELS.ii ti L licn alllbe i
U' BI-IN ELS '-1.. Lt," tt%%I fetrll % I be prunteul
Pensicola Mr' CEI)RG' \\ I. il placed oi the c,nier o ithe Alinauacs seni
Iic(CAY Ill act a 3n mv aepi ihemn. alsi r itholJ chli;ri'e.
JOHN GHIENT. I hey'are also reque.-tedto give a.ll ncessar\
1i 7-tifi j itreletins howt ihe ilinanacs shionld be forai,-
(')et .7-II .d to them. By latr tuey cannot b. sent un-
ess ih po..s-lage is first paid o., theii ,h,-re.
DOCTOR N. D. SPOTIWVOOD. litiers (poisl paid,) directed te DR. D.
RESPECTFULLY iend,-irs his rprolfe :AYNE, Philadelphia, will mneet with prompt
s-ital serene- tu the ciliz,,is of P.,.i lt, "nt is, i- \
iiahs vie, to the c.it.z,-isof P ,' Lj--FAMILIES can iblaini these A-MA-
-acila arid vicinity, in the sever-l depar, \'AC.' Gratis.>ifJ. 0. SM11 l.
.ens ot' his profession, having had soun Deteuiber 7th. 1848
,ars experience, he rnsis he may b PRICE REbU'i E) TO 63!!
ihlP to render etitire ?atislaction to tho.- THE GREf DES El RATUI
. hio nav lavor himt with their pironair. FOR THE CURE OF SECRAET DUSMAE.
Office ii the Nopmn. a.ijotilng the oihc. -FRTH EU---. ..-oE .,'iarTe-Or-IS "
.1 ithe Fhlria [)rmocrat. he ptzblc to compare iI TASTE or CERT-
A, -t INTr of CT'tlE tith
DR. A. W. COLEMAN'S
h II E B L 0 0 Df CELEBRATEDGONORRHOEA
M 0 F F A T'S MIXTURER.
"_ P l We are authorized to refer t11
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS numbers of the first Physicians in the
A N D South a1nd Vet (pirticularly in Mobile
PHCENIX BITTERS. and New.Orleati,) who are u-;ing it it,
The high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Ieference tu ainy other medicine.
Medicu,,e, have acquired for Iheir inrariable effcacy In all I0:3 It is nwl put mp in LA RGER
the dfeases which lhey process to cure, has rendered the
usual practice or fiuffi tot nuly uniiecessary, but uuwor- "lur%.-'' and in neiater tyle thall any med i
thy or then. The) are known by their fruiu; Itheir good f kn p. le
work, testify rfor Uem, and ihl, tnrire not by Lhe faith of c"nc ol the kind beforr the pt.blic.
the creduhius. 1Tf Ii is made of FRESH DRUGS
itiaAikWK ;lt ur.;.veui-I iirmthtueim-tti jii-i niIA R


TOT
TO T[U v 4 BLIC.
|1:95ItidyV eenlrllh, tim of DYSPEPSI.
LIVER COMPLAINr, CliNSTIPATION4',
the BOWELS and GENEBRL DEBILITY fori
some twtvo ears or more mpo(R>u8 to De-emrl, b.
la-t; my appetite~had4d j i.. suffered from "
eontimnied heaviness. in or.i' uj tho region of tai'
Liver F atutenee, dffic uki. Ieiiigeg my breath
ny BOWELS were coniii jed to such an e,-
tent that I could getlan eva"'Wti6n orly after ta-
king some DRASTIC.TJ GATIVE. I wa
*om'opelhld to live oin h.t4d.iet, smch as grue -
brotths, &c. until my v iten th was completed,
exhausted ania I reduced Alrflost to a tkeleten.-
!)iring the time of my illness I have had the at
tendane andtadvice ola large number of the first
Physicians of theSouth and .\s est (to whom, re-
lerence can be had.) I was discharged as in
cutrable; all pronouncing y case a hopeless
.me, In conseqvn'encs of whikh, and the corn,
plticadtion of diseases snd'the suffering Ielabozre
under, I had become a very misanthrope. 1
had given up the despair, as my disease had ba.F
fled not only professional fnfte but all the no*-
irums of the day had filW Seenms Dr. A. Wt,
COLEMANS ANTI DYSPEPVYIG ANI'
rONIC BITTERS advertised, I concluded as
pernier resort to try them. I commenced usinj
them on the, 13th Deccinber Idst, and before I,
had used ;he third botlle,my, bowels regained
,heir regular and natural state, vy appetite into-
proved, no food that I now ea't disagrees witmt
me,, r(y complexion chargedad :aif tkedisa-
greeable feehngs anui diseases f formerly euffer-
ed with, have left me. I hav. ,reirained my
iiealth and strength to an extent I never ant#.
pated, and now return to E'vaills, Indiar'
my. place of residence, io my family, feeli.r
that I have a new lease on my life.
FREDI)ERICK UNNOLD.'
Mayor's Office Mobile Feb. 8, 1848,.-
Persnala appeared before rte, the undsf-
signe, Frederick L nhold,, and testified
hat the above ita;etnrie of his case is Iho
really and subslanitially tru. -" -
FREi)ERICKUNNOLD,"
Attest; J. W. L CHILDER8. Mlayou
0:='Prepared and sold wh[,esale and
eta'l by E. Q. COLEMAM, (s.ornoffA r
Patentee,) No. 106 Dauphin St. .Mobil.;
uFor sale 6y


SJ. 0. SMiTH.W
Druggiet, ,ii8sa.ida.
March 15. 184'g.


GOLD JWELLERY.


T HE subscriber have concluded to spend the '
hummer in Peqsicola, invites 'thle ladice .
and gentlemen, tocomIe and inspect b'ie "aassr.. *
inment ofGold Jewellery at Mr. Gardher store o0m
Palafox street. Wthuhnbt designing to ittlict afy
compliment uprp his ovon taste in the selectioiu
he feels confident,, they will find the biitint aad
glitcring chnrnsi thereof i'rre'pistable, hspe'aIy
when associttd *,itbi fhos seilleui,.j-,na ral on-
with whiel nali'te bh endou Sd dier litirjaughlt.
A. .v, I TCi-F LI.
Peneaaac4,'y 4, 188-43- 3m -
.." -- ... "it *
JIENKS H 'OTL. ,
Jild., The public a reiptf t infdp ," s
V th that Jei Hotel, '
U f Bti, Pj1#4w Mitpif- titfi PeCo~oac,
.viitelrsa nd 'gular bo erm. T-'
htouse hals been hIboroufty fit* na E- ,

pleasant to bb Who A ail l -

t11m. i r ... t Me 1
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DR. A. WV. CO6L.W, ]N'SA Nrl I. i+ t -?
S 'AN'Tr rNIc'rTTERS7--
*Vrei-4p" Atkoj!J~,f.DEDpm O~ff TV- eEDi"i
*i FACULTY, PRESS AND PUBLIC GENE4-ALLT
[THE prop'M_.ft Fihii c'elehraied prpcralf.t ;
Snflf-is the following certifficates te~ifviha i
its efficacy fro'rA PeoriAwh?' ire 'eowNthroiq
,he.ouf h. <(<
LETTERn rnewt- :JvNEP, EFQs. MEReMa1I
S. ..MOBILE, MNIAy6, 1847.
Dear Sir. %%., .ifq "das in a verv bad sl.at
ofh debilitated Sloe was-rev.ommended totake '
Coe-niai's .itMier. and al'er using !hem tour w
ive da)s, was ettiirev reevel.
;: SQLOMOJN I. JONES.
"M Wti- tr PDR. ELLIOTT.
Nirew \) IRK. Sept. 20, 1847.
Der. Sir,-I r/'it ,d inur elter, companies.
w-ih a box il Dr. A. IV. Colerinn's Antti-by.
peptic and Tni:;c Bitir t'-' iio oh e hia ,iatiinno 1
find Ih,-m dlie s anie arti' e as maniifat hiredd by
v'lir Ithrpr the' atf 'Dr. A: \V.. (',olenian. I
fiirni~hr-d liii itln d'rtfi, ate. of their medical
Trer_! sr,,,e hi l lneteeii I-r Itnrl eeri \pars n 'o. r
staled to h-im hnt 'IhFt 1ere devoid of' any del.
'eriou- duin, t.hi'hl Iv as enabled t,, do, not only
roin 6ht h nIIIal t1-, b1i from hav;nu tued therm
persoitaly and in ti,.piatice arid I must say
Ihai I ii,'er y'-t hav' e ti. with aniy a compound
eqial In them flor Fi d' ase (or bich theypv are
rnnmmenilea, ,arficIlarly in viFPEpiA, NA,'6t
SEA, DISEASES incident to PREGNANCY. :n IrE-
'tALE cOPi-LAINt's, aid in e.ery case "here iorn-
es are riect-s-arv. Vry' Rerjpectfiilly, ours;
J. H'. ELLIOT'1 M." D.
PFormerly Chemist to the Dublin College of
Pharmacy.
Also, the following from lt. D. li.,ina;
EF-qr. J. P. and Coroner of Mobile City .aM
Cuoitnty.
MCBnLa,'Nov. 11, 1?47.
Dear sir,-I have been using Pr- A. W.
iOI.EMAN'S ANTI DYFPE(TIC & TONIC BITTER3
(i.er since yo ominnitcid the riniiuaciure of
ihem) in nim iNmil, and I must say that 1 have
found Ithemiii oie of the finest trnics I cv-r ubld
I was ir uhlied viiih a cot, irmueil headache, which
ihey inmminediatey retlie-ved. 1 hey give tone to
,he siomiach a,d 3-.vlirn gererafIy, relieve dys.
pi-psia iiinimedialtv; nd I find them a most ex-
ct-lleni reni-dy ftor i.oins n in my children. In
coihlusion, I ntilt say tha wlwle theyV actl 8s a
medicinee, they are plas.ant to the taste. Your.,
&c. ROBERT D.' WI1 GI.NS;
Also, thr fol oinwg from His Hlonor the May
or of NMot4i.6.
MAvoR'% OFFICE, Mobile Nov, "0, 1847.
I do hereb. 1 errtl' hat I have used, during tlh
ialt summer, Ibor cUNTIPA'TI,.N of th..BOWELS
r-witibTsan with great pli-asure la'i I late been .
'r-aly beni nflied ;:y their use. AAa CORaRECTlI
or the STOMACEI teyv are not surpassed in my
opinion byv any To.i'i now in usf.
BLANTON McALPIN,
Mayor uofthe City of /tuhile.
In addition to ihe allove, we would record
mend ihem as a TONIC, in Ague anrd Fever; anJ
ihe common fevi fs of the Soul,; in yellow;
Typhds, Scarlet, Ship, Jailanrid Hopital ifeveia.
'I hey can bet laken in any and all situations,
heinc, SOLELY A VEGCTABLI C-9mPOUND, NOT
C'3NTSINING AL).S OR ANI DELiTERIOUS INGRI,
InENT.
Pul up in quart bottles, witb the name of tLbe
nmentor in large raised lederA on each bottle.
Price, One Dollar per Bo(1ki, orSix Bottlee bie
Prepared and Sold hy,.. 'E. t) COLEMAN
No 106 Dauphin Srre.ei#M ile, and 92' Po,
Iras street N. Orleans. X66o for Safieby J.T
SMITH, SoleAgent Pensacola.
Pensacela, MarbcJIAMk-. .
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Ti"E LFLORIDA UIIhOK0
PHILIP E LAVALLUiT, PALISHER.
i' k6FIC ON PALAFOX STREET, BEr% EEs%
INTENDENTIA & ROANA STREETS.

The Dt-i.cRr is issued every Thiirsdat
Utrninm-Terms of Subscription $-4 per annumn
S pvahie in advance or within the first six n,,,itli-
L -0 if atL paid uctil the end ofl' six mnin ilts o,
t 11'iinot p ,id until the end of the year. No suali-
aripti.n i:miien for less than a&year pavimenl mil
iMexti-tei in advance. .
SS5 will bp charged fvr annoepetjc each candid
date for olfire. *
S" All ILegal Advertisments must be paid for in
llvanc' .
S Auverlinementa inserted at the rate or one dol-
;' ltar for ever' ten lines (or less,) for the first, and
illy cents for every continuous subsequent ihser-
tbun.
Th, privilege of annual advertisers is limited in
Iheiro.vn iiniiediate business; ,and all advertise
S mients lortlie beiefiL of other persons, as w el1
ma.'' legra advertisements o' auction sales sent in by
S_ hei, insist be paid at the usual rates. ,
S Our adlveritising friends will oblige us by hand-
ig in their Advertisemients on Tuesdayy or earlier
iil the week, otherwise they will lie over until the
S. succeeding ween,
SEvery sttb.cription for less than 6ne year tt be
Lr argued at the rate of $2 for six months in ad-
vanre,
A. lljobs to be paid toron dlivervand all aidver-
l "tiMentestiaadvanc'1, unless the advertiser has
San open account with the office.


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S* PEV'i, OLA.
'"IH E quhscriher resp,.'i .\dl I' inferms his friends
A ii'a dthe public generally, that he has taken
ad fltioruohlvrepi neil and refitted the cornio-
S dio's and delighlfl'l I o -afed houseat the Eastern
p ot the Market .i, ir.?, i-this city for the'ac-
-: *mnodatian of Bo.ard-r.s, transient or perma-
Venl. The locati.,n .,f thia house ;ss.h' aIs to
ihrnmeo-,hdit t') the favvar cf all who wish to en-
hy e Gulf reeze and seoi 'a hing.
'-is liable willalwvi he thrni bed with the


MEDICAL.


Dr. Townse and's Sarsaparilla.


MOST EXTRAORDINARY MEDIeIN IN THE WORLD.
This Extract is put up in quart bottle's; it is
six times cheap. r, pleasauter;, arid warranted su-
peri.,r to any sold. It cures diseases without.
voiniting. purging, sickening or debilitating the
patient.
GREAT FALL AND WINTER MEDICI'\.E?
The great beauty and supi.eiority of this Sar
saparilla over all other medicine is, while it erad-
ieates diseases, it invigorates the body. It is one
of the very best Fall and Winter Medicines ever
known; it not only purifies the whole system and-
strengtiens the person, but it creates new, pure
and rich bloid; a power possessed by no other
medicine. And in this lies ,i, iaid secret of
its wonderful success. It has performed within
the past two years, more than 35,0O0 cures of
severe cases of disease; at least 20,000 of these
were considered incurable..-
.More l than 3000 cases of Chronic Rheu-
matisnm;
2,000 cases o,f Dyspepsia; :
4.000 cases of G6 iir.il Debility and
want of Ertrg y;
7,000 cases of the Ldifferent Female
Comnplaints;
21000 cases of Scrofula;
1.500 cases of Liver Complaint;
2.500 cases of Disease of the Kidney
and Dropsey;
8.000 cases of Consumption;
Antl hi..u .ao ;J if ,C.u', ii- a -it- of u th.- hhiod.


ooitcist tle market af.-rilarl. viz: L cers, Lr.r\ip.u-a, Sa' i I11, it i pli s
I-lit bar will al va% be ipplied3 willth \V e Il l ,i,z: ., i'c.r [ i.i e; ii',- i h l 11111, .. i
Sand b ,e l11 t h1b._- 1,i1,h i .ei ,it S',.. i *s H. i i 1 Pam, in ile tilde dlid .A.e-
li-. for tlie attut ieitia of ,11 w T -,.T h ,l f t..- '.
tavor hnim with a call. l w- f i-
Oysters of thefis33 qt.Lluy %ill at all timesis be higent8 fw,,, li pIi h Un ttd &iA'i'io ini !
found at this house. ming us of, xtraordinary cures.' R. Van Bi:
Jan. 19, 18477--20if T. CRAN E. kirk, Esq., one of* the most respectable Druggis
- in New Ark, N. J3, iriforinm us fhat he can ref
Ristaurat. lu .,rtm ihanl51' cases in thai place alone.
... : Re stallrat. 6 .s; '

r b. ha ri ht b s f''i.-r -are thousands of cases in the City of Ne
he snbscriberhap rpsin,,ednisIousinesand now York, which we will re'er to, with- pleasure ar
.i-citutpies ithe huildidim ot P-il fox street nex te men of character. It is the best merdiciue f
so the office ol th, Floridla DI-mnocrat.'" He it preventive otlisase nwn. I undoubted
prepareiat all tis. to furni rfeshrientss aved the iveA ofisease tawn. It undoubted
ofrIe arest ma t a l t rs &to fu nth t1s-4evses the. live.. ,.f ... ,,.h .
Se t ue as & rved tp in the bi-t
e" tl e heat m te Is "e up in -he .t p'Fl, [I THOUSAND CHILDREN THE PAST'SEASON!
mann-rand a& short noticA,. Oysters oftheh n.i A t rfin ed thUSN cause of disease and prepa
ait removed the cause of diseasct, and prepa!(
qitalitv constantly. on han',l and served up in them the uisuinjner season. It has never- be
suclh waysa snmay be required iv visitors. HIs know: to injure in the lease the most delica
Ponts are newly and neatly fitted up for the ac- child.
,.mniodat ont and comfort "f customers RHEUMATISM.
S PATRICK CONWAY. This Saisaparilla is used with most perf
* ,Pensacola Nev.t23d 184S Lw. success in Rheumatic complaints, however
vere qr. chronic. The astonishliing cures it h
performed are indeed woneernil. Other rerm
dies sometimes uive temporary relifct, this entire
r' eradicates it from the sy-s'iern, eveli when t
L limbs aid bones are dreadfully swollen.
a. '* 2iCt Hire Mr Seth l'erry, one of the
8 B S iidet and most respectable La-vyers m Hartfo
; a of p o. nd 6o t- CoUn. The following is an extract of a letter
9uggsi Cr1t, of P ffox cd 0 eiveil from him;
S ernment-1ueetls. Pensacola. DIr. ownsedrl-I have, used one bottle
EE"'Sennstaitly on hand a complete, P'i. t nYour Sarsaparila, and find it is excellent in
R me and Fresh assoitai'nt oft DrIT(- arid .effects'upon a C'hronic Rheuumalic pain to whi
MIEDICINES. &,c. on the m9st reasonable I am subject, front an inlnry occasioned seven
rn L years agi, in a public stage. Please send
Fimilipes supplied with. Merhirie, and Phi.- two bottles to the care of Seymore.. I have c
'inni prescriptions carefully commanded and ue- versed with two of our principal physicians, a
lierte'l at a'lihours, might or day. recoutmmenced your Sarparilla.
Oct. 13, 1817. SETHTERRY
: --P-; -' artford, March 12, 1845.
rPRUNKS, Valecand Carpet Basgs.-Afine M
L aQsortment *n hand and for sale. C O
a .pril 8,. .1, t3. P KNAPP CONSUMPTIOt CURED.
pr Cleanseland Strengthen. Consumption can
p- B BLS. best ChenanL Polialoi. Foi cured. Bronchitis, Consumption, Liverc,
tJ sale by F. DE LA RUA. plaints, Catarre, Coughs, Asthma, S?.itt
.r. of Blood, Soreness in the Chest, qet
F .mi L Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse4
k(':B FRS'BEEF. penetration, Pain in the Side, &c, have be
'.'.1 Eundersigned having received the and can havebeen cured.
.tfh I- S. Squla- Dr. fowngend-Dear Sir : Neauly twIt
.i t contract fior supplihle the U. a years ago I ook a violenteon!d which settle
Irnon this station with fresh Beef, -takes ty lungs, and affer-ted meseverely, indeed fi,ll.
his method of informing the public that it becomtie a instantt hacking cough, but nf s
i has taken a stall in the markI't where severely as to prevent toe frorn attending tni
."i be taen Stanll oun t eSt Beef the birsiness. Within the last fe.y years it ineas
"vitl bo' co. y he ed on me gradually. At last 1' became rediud-
tlintry affo)rds, and at priepsto sut tIh beathed with difficultN, and raised wit im
mas4. Families will be supplied tnonih- caught much bad matter, and for the lastrinn
Sor i:"irP'-lv -o reason ible terms. He moths ptevi.*iis to using your Sarsaparilliha
Ae r.eci shreo th. ,t:hi regular sweats; indeed, my Iriends and .se
ipa ecetve a soare ostal Nt.. I2. supposed that I wouid die with the Conruminon
Wonage. Look for Stall No. 2. it I have the happinss to inf rm youut, tt
S.: JOHN GHENT, my.r.rrie, after using three bottles of yot Sar


July 7-tf.


C P. Kinapp,
hi. jflt received and i. now opemningtne
hrgst. a'a-sorm'il)L of
'ry Gozdst.,, Fiay G ,,.,Is. Ctothing, Boots.
~ S;,iea, Ha'l-t, Cqaps, fC., dfe., ',
*.ver offf-red lo s.ale ii thiz. market, which
k Ui.tetds disposing of ai veTry, low prices.
iec" 29 17tf


NOTICE.
TJOYNER & F VA GHAN ha-ting hj deel
ave.ed to the s-'.?ceri f ropirty in Irus.
ir pavneni tel tlit; reditor.a, notice i'3 herer,.
tven to all prson.u) having claim a2;tinst li,
Paid copatt,.erzhip, Iii present ne same, oropirlv
authpntii.tated' to '0- sAbscriber within ti-re
"lonthq Iroin this uiaei. Creiliti'rs present n-
eir detnands withinn tIlat tini?' are prel'err-d l,
'lNhers. *
WALKER ANDEGSON, Trustee.
-Pnnsacola, Juy '1-th 16i48-44-3m.
5

Law Notice.
T ie subshribers ,ave enti-red into coparlner-
T ship in ,lieupraoeiep of the Law for the tol.
t&ving CoiintLes, viz: E-.cambia. Sta. Rosa.
"Y'abshinton an'm t 'alton in Floiida ; and the
county elf Coveigion in Alabama '
.4 DILLON JORDAN Sen'r.
JAS. I LANDRUM?
,ptesmlter 18 1841.
C- L*^ 1A N D pA& STEIR-P ARlB.
Pi" *. C iC --lS& '(iOe 0FPhPad ..a ,.'on-
trj idto mauqnfactre 0ar-ind PlIase
.iltawh'.t 'h* d oniest quality that can bt,
W t drifr til.-.o* rte of $1. "37 1-2 cen,.
: "f 'a'ielreMuI, piit up, in excellent ship-
Si %ij.i_,. AI; Stereotype Plaster at $:
S, "f*? atp cents per bai trel.
:-- a 4- i.'rcleMro rietorp 9t Philadel-.
,. -..; Idf^Aji .ft


si parli,' I fiud my health restored. It rievec
roe gradually, and I am now enjoying mui bei
ter health tfian have before in 26 years I hac
alttmil eri irlyv lost my atipetite, which alsi(
returnedt.- You are at Liberty to pubta thi
with, uiy name in the papers- If you chise.
itl little girl who were three years oldhad a
very bad co'gh the whole of that Wii te We
b. came very much alarmed on her aetunt.-
While usiug the medieline. I gave' her mine o
it, and It soon ;-ntlr, lV relieved her, ao'ell as
myself, rnd she is well now, and hearttis ami
child I ever saw. She -was also fuf'f litle
blotches; it took them away and hfikin is
s.-nooth and are now, and Inam satisfidshe re-
cc.,vi-rad her health fromniig juer ccllu.n
,itd'ci ne.
SS tv C 04ANT,
444 Blery.

GIRLS, READ THI.'','
You have pqlecomnplexions, dull eyjbofche,
in th. face, rough skinrt, and are ouit'speri:'.'
ute a hib.itile or two of Dr. Townsend' ursapa-
rillns. Ii ill cleanse your blood. re6ve the-
Ire,.'kels and bJotchos, aund give you auation,
parklin: eyes, fine spirits, and beauty co'n-
plt-xioui-all of wcich are of immense ilue to
unmarried ladies.

GREAT FEMALE MEriCINI-.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a saeinn
,,,id peedy cure for Incipient Cons ihon-
Birr.-nnee, Leucorrhma, or Whites, Otuct
'd or dilcictilt tilenlratinn, Inconswiei, ,
Urine, oriEcoluintary discharge thereof, tor
the geni-ral Prostration of the Svsatern, a-
er whether the result of th,' inhieent catiO
produced by ir-egularity, illnesa ci accident
'tNothing can bt more surprising than in
vifforatito ffucts on ,rie liumane frame. r-
'sons, a'H weaknbssAd lass-itide, trom taki
.1 oince $ecomo robust and l'ull of energy ,
ilt iifluerwe. "It iminedately counteract
iervelessnrKss of the female Irape, which is
greatt cause of baien'sas. i
[t:will not beexipeted of as, in cases e
,.hliate a nature, to gxhioit certificates ofc -
-erformed, but Ie can as.-ure the aflitcied, t
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Gevural cases where taniliea bavw- ben vwihout
children, after usin2 a lew bottles ol Ihis invalua-
blo modiciuc, have been bleaaed with hsalths
ofTs.'i.ing.
Dr ToWnsend-My wife being greatly dis-
tressed by weakness and General Debiliiyv, and
suffering contiunualT by pain and a sensation of
bearing down, aliinrig of the women, aWd with
their dfficultti e anail having known asO where
your medicine? ha-s fl itd great cures, nd also
hearing it recmininrnd d lir such cases as I have
described, 1 o tained a bottle of t'your xEtract of
Sarsaparilla, and followed the directions you
gave. In a short period it removed ber com-
plaints, an restored her health, Beink grateful
fir the benefits she received, I take pleasure in
thus acknowledging it, and recommeviding it to
the public. D
M. D. MOORE.
Cor. Grand and Lydius Ats.
Albany Aug. 17, 1844.

TO MOTHERS ANt MARRIED .LAEfES.
This Extract otrSarsaparilla has been express-
ly prepared in reference to femnele corjiplaints.-
No ferotiale who reasoned to supposeishe is ap-
proaching that critical period, the turn of life,"
should neglect to take it as it is a certain pre-
ventaiive for any of the numerous and horrib;
diseases to which females are subject at this
time of life, This period may be delayed sever-
al years by using this medicine. Nor is it less
valuable for those approaching womaithood, as is
Isl Calculated to assist nature, quickening the
bloo I and in/igrating the system. Indeed, this
i'ejicinet is invaluable forail the diseases to which
wuman ate subject.
It braces the whlie system., renew perma-
nentily thc natural energies-by removing the
impurities of the body-not so far stimulating the
system or to produce a subsequent relaxation
which is the case of mnsi. medicines taken for
'einale weakness and disease.

SCOFFULA CURED.
This Certificate conclusi-ely proves that this
Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the most ob-
stinate disease of the blood. Three persons cur-
ed in one house is unprecented.
THREE CHILDREN.
DR. ToWNSEND -Dear Sir. I have thepleas-
ire to inform vou that three of my children have
been cured of the Scoft'ul by the use of your ax-
cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se-
verely with had sores ; have taken only four bot
ties ; it took them away, for which I feel myself
under deep obligations.
Yours, respectfully,
ISAWC W CRANE, 106 Wooster-st
New York, March 1, 1847.
bPiNit, ; ,,
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receivmig ,,
de-s from Physiciaas in different parts of the Un-
This is to certify that we the undersigned,
Physicians of Alabama, have in numerous case.
iR,,e-cr.-id Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, and be-
lii'e it'to'bPe oe f the most valuable prepara-
tions.in the market. .' u
; .P.: PULING, M,-D.
,J. WtON, M. D
R- B. -BRIGGS, M. D
P. E ELMtIENDOlt, A1. D.
Albany., April 1, 18, -

Nerv4us _Debility.
.New York, March 27, 1847.
UNITED STATES OFFICER.
Capt. G. WV. McLean, ione of the United
-stales Marine Corps and melnber ol the .New
Jersey Legislature; has kindlysent us the fol-
6lming certificate. It tells its 'oWn storv.
Rahtwai1. JJun25, 1847.
A2Pea sinaa I was tak-t with rhernfliier-a,
and my whole systern left in debilitated Qta.e.
I was induced .'to try Dr. Townsen'l's Sarsapa-
'rtlla, Land aftei -raking two or three bottles, 1
was very much relieved, and attribute it entirely
to thesaid, Sarsaparilla. I hive continued taking
it and fi id that i improve every day. I-believe ii
-aved ni, lite, and would not be without it under
any consideration.


,G. W. McLEAN.


MEDICAL

JAYNE'S HAIR TONIC.--We
commend to the attention of those desirous
of restoring their hair or improving its beauty, to
this elegant preparation. We near it every where
highly spoken of, atind especially by all who have
made use of it, as greatly efficacious in atimulat
ii'g thegrowih of the hair, and preventing an-t
curing many affections of the skin Its virtues
are amply and sufficiently proved.--N. T. .Sun.

HAIR TONIC.-Dr. Javna's Hagi
Tonic has not merely excited great attention, and
been extensively used in. Philadelphia, but here,
and-throughout the Union generally. We expect
that sorneoft' tha Philadelphia editors have used
the Tonic nd become dandyfied, they wueak so
warnty of'it. Ii holds a high, and, we believe,
deserved reputation-N. Y. Morn. Atlas.
Very truth, Mr. Atlas, many of our editors have
used this valuable Hair Tonic, and therefore speak
knowingly when they commend it to publi' no-
tice, and we eay no gentleman or lady should be
without it; arid if your hair be thin, harsh, and
unhealthy, ore falling off, you have b.it to apply
the Hair Tonic, and it is again restored to health
and beauty; ifyou are so unfortunate as have a
bald head, a few months' use of this valuable
tonic, will, without doub', restore to hat'llint val-
uable covering Athe hair.-Alexander's Messen-
ger.
For sale by J. 0. SMITH.
mi 12-28 Pensacola.-


JAYNE'SUARMINATIVE BAL-
SAM-Is sapleasant, certain, safe and ef-
fectual remedy ,r dysentary, diarrha.a or loos-.
ness, cholera md|bus, summer complaint, choliN
griping pains, siur stomach, sick and nervous
headache, hearturn, waterbrash, pain or sick-
ness of the stlnach, vorniting, spitting up o
food aftereatin and also where it passes through
the body unchaiaged, want of appetite, restless
ness and inability to sleep, wind in the stomach
and hiiweis, hyterics, crarnp, nervous tremors
and tvyiti'hingsi sea sicvness, faintings, melan-
choly and lowiss of spirits, fretting and crying
of infants, andror all bowel affections and ner-
vous diseases,
This is one f the most efficient, pleasant and
qaf' eomiposipns ever offered to the public for
the cure of ti various derangements of the sto-
mach and bols, and the ONLY article worthy of
the least condence for curing cholera infantumn
or summer emplaint; and in all the above dis-
eases it rcat acts like a charm.
All person are requested ito try ii, for without
exception, is one of the most valtiable family
-edi'ines q'r yet discovered. Hundreds, nay
iucaiids,bf certificates have been received
fromrr?.hysins, clergymen, and families of th(e
irsr resplCtuMit., .6 *-I,-. 'vgan.testi(to-
ily in its fior, too numerous to public .-' -
S CHICAGO, Il1 March 27, 1845.
Dr.Jayr--Dear sir: You ask me what proofs
1 meet wilof the efficacy of your Carminative
I can safe say that I never prescribed a mnedi-
cinrie for bel complaints that has given me so
much sattaction, and my pati-nts so speedy and
perfLct tief as this. Wherever introduced in-
to a faint, it becomes a standing remedy for
those ailEnts, and is called f-r again and again,
which link a pretty good proof of its ufficacv
and usalness. In the summer complaint o0
childrert has frequently appeared to snatch the
little vims, aus it were, foin the grave. "Ii
saved t1 life of my child, and of si ch and suich
a child hase repeatedly horrd said. In dysen-
teric actions of adults, I have tine and again
seen itct like a charm, and give permanent re-
lief infew holtirs, I may say in a few minutes.
[I finit is a valuable medicine, and no family
shtuilhe without it. Respi cttiuly,
M. L. KNAPA, M. D.,
Profen rof Materia medica in the Laporte Uni-
vvejy, Indiana.
lorle by J. 0. SMITH,
marcr-28 J Pensacola.

S)Ro L, Medicines, Chemicals, '&c. -The
I su'Arlbers have just received from New
York a 'ge supply of genuine Drugs and Med
icines, efracing almost every article in that line P


PILES PILES Ia PILES ,amily Vjicines and Physi ian's prescription
'. PILES, PILES, PILES, put tp wicare and mnatness.
Dr. Townsend's-Sarsaparilla is no less success- Nov 1612 J. 0, SMITH.
fil in, curing thia distressing complaint, than for ______
diseases of the Bl36d, Dyspepsia, Rheumatismn, )AINl'-Oils, Glass, Varnish, Turpentine,
)e and Nervonus Debility Read the following. 14-c. bsaleby
n DR. TOWNIND : 'Dear Sir-The effects, of dec 2-14 J. 0. SMITH.
i your SarsapariIla ale truly wonderful. For the ____ _
ti- labi six or eight yeais past, I have beem subj"c, IAYNE'S XPECTORANT-For CoughAs,
: .o several attacks of the tortures of that cbmi- Clds, & S many people are afflicted
en plaint, and had daspaired of ever finding rl-Iie ,ith these every day disorders, that we
except in desth I have the pleasure to inform dei it otr di, to point our readers to a simple
t* vo,u ."there is yet a balm in Gilead.'l 1 have remedy, whic have trid and found effia-
i, used two bottles of your Sarsap.rilla, and feel c us.Jayne'xpectorant is a very valuable
y, no remains of' my old complaint. I send yisyrup which W6ve lately used with good ef-
s this for punicatin;:and any person you may rc- tct in stoppina cough, and loosening ard
ie ftr to me, would I.e haupy to inflbrm of the breakingpup a co is a ld
s- benefit 1 have received at y~ur hands, b re n a co t is a very agreeable medS-
benefithave received a your hands. cie. Thi recommendation is not a.bou2ht puff
O- ouLrs, truly. but entirely volunl-y; and we feel that we cart
v JOHN HALL, 49 Fulton st. hardly do a greatrivor to our readers in these
e July 6, 1846. days of cheating, an to recommend them as
Af Nervos wbli wtl tried, efficient'inedies, especially those wt-
II IerVous eUility. have used ourselves, DANL HENSHAW,
S New York, MNarch 27, 1837 Editor the Lynn Record, Mass.
"R- Tows.eNsn:-I have been afflicted more For sale b) J. 0. SMITH,
r- ,r less for 3 years. with a dreadfttl sinkufig in the %-28 Pensacola.
Chest, giddiness in the head, loss of apl)petiti -^
d pain in the hiubs, and general debility, brought ANDS Sarsapapaia do Salt Rheum Rme
S,,n 6o doubt by ihe continual heat arnd cold to dy;d' Rom n yBalsam; do Clove Ano-Rme
which I ,,m subject to tn-my business as a dyer dyne, for toothache.
* I have taken other medicines. soo numerous to Dr. Brndrett,'s Veble Universal Pills.
merntimi, but which little or no success I was Scaipa's Acoustic O1ir Deafness.
induced by what I sawin the paper to try a bot- 'ahnestock's Vertnire; doOpedeldoc do
t e Iof your Sarsaparilla, from which I fouud Balan. pedeldoc
f great relief. I have Eince taken sever'nl more Dr. Jaynis' Expectort; do Hair Tonic; do
bott es, and I can unhesitatingly say it is the best Carminative Balsati; do..merican Hair Dye; do
Medicine I have evertaken-the Pain ini my heart Alterative; do Sanatin s.
e is Lone, and 1 feel quite a different man altogeth- Lee's AntiZbillious Pil
Ser since 1. have taken your Sarsap rills I haye Sai, Is Panacea.
Snow a better appetite tnen ever I had. A y Wistar's Balsam Wi r
wie- has taken it wiih the sam beneficial esultes tDr. Jakson' Pile Eocaton, for sale by
I would recomnineid it as a family merdicinmegen- I J .0 SMITH,
rally, and 1 feel convinced that if so used there Nov 19-12 gent fi)r proprietors.
would not be all, the sickness there is, and con- '"
sequenily not so many Doctors bills ; for which
ii restores appetite, at alao aives to the stomach B LAKELI KELLY.
Sand owels th" t eg la tone it keeps the blood Commission 4. ping Merchantt
in a health state, so that disease is riot likely Ga re Texas.
sot in a healthy state, 1 say try Dr. Townsend's i TILL receive oninsignment, LUMBER,
SSarsapalilla. W V which he will s at wholesale arid retail, '
THOMAS SMITH, 70Allen-st all business intrusted me will meet prompt ,
Psincipal Offive, 12d6 Fulton street, Sun Buil. attention. My whaieing Large and conve- -
ding, N. r Reddmg & Co-, 8 state street, Bos- rent, e 2n feet can discharge with
ton-Dvott 4 Sons 132 North 2d street, Phild- dispatch. '
adelphia-S. S. Hance Druggist, Baltimore- Oct. 13, 1847-
P. M. Coheu, Charlestpn-Wright & Co., 151.Doz. Li Bosom SHIRTSjus
Jhartres street, N. 0.- 105 Sol h Pearl street, 5()!-,t Doz. Lii,Bosom SHIRTS, just
Albana--and ly all the principal Druggists, and -' received-p e of which are of the very -
Vltetchantas: generally throughout the United finest quality, and be sold very low, by
Sares, West Inudies and the Canadas. Feb. 10-23 / F DE LA RUA
Forsale by 3. -0. SMITH- /
Pensacola, Feb. 23, 1848. TICE.
_-- .. --- ALL persons hereby notified that I will
H E subscriber having made an arrangement C-A prosecute or all who may be guilty of "
with two gentlemen in the city of Washing. cutting timber o terrain tract of land in the _
on firthe active prosecution in connexion with county of Escaea, containing two hundred and
liimsell, of claims upon the Government, which forty arpens, a seven miles N. E. from the
nay be committed to his charge, respectfully city of Pehsa between Point Gordaer of' .
tenderr his services as a general Agent for thai Gabaron's, or vil'a Point, one miles distant
purposeto all persons, interested in such claims frOO the latt/towards the South, bounded a
V .WALKER ANDERSON. North by land united Mariano Boiilay, ,South 6
SMay 27, 146-38-If and West .- aant land, and' st by the ;R
His chargeOwill in all cases be contingent ex Bay of Pens. .. '
cApt a fee often dollars in advanve to @ver W ,lT. BULL. -
ostage and ftbor w tal *e-as. et. i, 7-2 if
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MOFFAT'S

VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
AND


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CARDS.


Pensacohi.


National Minialure Ga)*
J B CLARKF,(laie Ai.lhony,Clar*1
247 Erosdi'av. The follo'wim* W
reetpenil received by the late pr"H1l.A
cstablizlhmen : -


LI Palafox street.


. ENRY JOHNSON, Dealer ir. Dry Goods,
L Groceries, &c., Government street.
O S. QUIGLES, Ship and 'armily Stores, -Pal.
I afox street. ,
A MEI-CAN GROTTO anid Reading Room,
A by Lafay tt e Robertson,-Palafox street.
--ITY RECESS, by P. ,Conway, Palalox
Street.


MJ4ANSION HOUSE, D. 'Saint, Proprietor,
Li Zaragoza street.,
IENKS HOTEL, corner -ofPaialox and Ro-
Snana streets.
H e WINKLE, Pensacela Bakery, Intenden-
Stia street, West of Baylet'n st "
(1 WI TERS, Bowling Saloon & Coffee
House, Palafbx street, between Govern-
nent and Intendentia sts
J FARINAS, Coffee' House, Pelafox street,
S between Baylen and Front sts
M P. DeRIOBOO, Justice of the Peace' o4f
fice in the CityHall
M --RUPPER, Justice of the Peace, office in
t. the City Hall
" ft- UNYt N, Hose, Sign and O namen-
-71 o tal winterr, Palafox street. ,
I McALLISTER, Bootmand Shoe Manufac-
turer, Palafbx street.
J KRETZ, Tailor, Palafox street, opposite
the public square.'
HENRY A. NUNES, Dealer in Groceries,
S&c., Government street.
LEWIS DUNN, Barber and Hair Dresser,
Palafox street.,
D DAViDSON, Auctioneer & Commission
_. Merchant, West Gate of the Navy Yard,
WVrmngton. "


J V. H. DIT \'IAR, Cabinet Maker &.Under-
'.1 lak.'r, corner of Palafox and Romana sts.
I HUONACKER, Grocery Store & Porter
House, corner of Baylen and Zaragtoza sts
SHONACKER, Bull's Head Houso, on the
i2 Beech, between Palatbx and Baylen sti

Tilton,.s
CHARLES A. TWEED, Attorney at Law,
Milton, Floiida
R- RASH, Druggist, Milton; Fa, keeps v-on
a stantly on hand a choice supply of Medi-
cines
L N, AMOS, Dry Goods, Groeeries, &c,
. MAilton. Florida
SEO M HAMILTON, Globe House, Milton,
1- Foi ida


On Consignment,
AND will be sold at New York cost,
1 full jeweled Hunting CaseGold Watch,
I1 English Lever, full jeweled, made by
:1 J Tobias.
2/doz. ass'd sizes Gold Penr il Cases,
02 dhz. 9old Pens, best quality,
2 doz. ass'd patterns Gold Pins,
2 doz. Fine Gold Studs,
6 pair Coil's Revolving Pistols,
3 Fiee Double Barrel Guns,,
Togpthet with a splendid assortment cf Pocket
Cutlery. [jant 26] 0 P. KNAPP;


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!2 The high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Medicines have acquired fir their
invariable efficacy in all the diseases which they profless Lu cure, has rendered the usual
Practice of puffing not on!y unnecessary, .but unworthy of them. They are known by
their fruits; their good works testify for them, tnd they thrive not by the faith of the a
creduloua. l
___ IN ALL CASE.?, OF
AJlsthma.. V i I. d A 6 I Nervori, Debility.
.4cte end ChronicRheunsamt ,i For Oit is iirAu of lthe wetern. Ner.,, C..,,l. s, J" qf all it .
,^V,sy. o Bn d neUl.,ntr, ihese tredii.ine, illt be iO,'aniac jltlcctiorn..
0 Kidneys. found a safe, .jeedy, and certain Palptahtion ol' the heart. '
BILIOUS FEVERS anar remedy. Other me'lirehies leave Peinter'sC rtdc.
LIVER COMPLAINTS. .e system at;ct to return of PILES.--'' riinal propne e -
In the southland west, where thedisease--a cureby these me-li- to. oftLlhe,e ,ncd,-iees wascared .
these diseases prevail, they will cities is permanent. Try them b I of r lea of 33 years stai,Jdin by-
be foundinvaluable. Planters, satisfied, and be cared. th- use of ihe'Life Me.d.r.iv j
Farmers, and others, who once Founess of the Comiplerion. alone.
: use these Iedicines will never GENERAL DlEBILITY. jPains in the head, side, back, '
" afts'rwardb' without them. Gout. limbs, joints, as4 organs. "
EBiious Chotic and Serous looiR Oiddiness. a -To m
u I ness .irae R H E U.51 A T 1 M.-Thoese af
Bites. Headaches, of every kid. l dicied with this terrible discaae
S3 Costiveness. bInward Feser. azl beesure of relief by Ute Life -.
Colds and Coughs. Inaflmato-y RhuB t aften. I d1."'
1 Cholic. Impure Blood. Rusk qf Blood to the head. '
SCONSUMPTION. Used Jaundiiee.ur v
with the greatest access In thi Lost of ppetit. aheu.
S disease. LIVER COMPLAINTS. Se OUnL'. "-
SCorrptHumporu Lros. h ROFULA oR KING'S-i
Dropsies. Looeness. I L in its worst orm .
1DYSP EPSIA No MERCURIAL DISlA8- tUcers of every .tescript,,n. "
S with this distressing disease Ed. Neverfaiitoeradi-e'ieen- W jR MS, jlailkinda,areeffeTa- '.
should dety -Sing thfte nedi tirel7 all the effects of Mreury I ull1y expelled by these Ied-.
cines immediately. infinitely sooner than ithe most enp-. Prkreutai will do well ,
Erutptions of(Ae t *in, powerful preparation of Sarsa. adnnioier tiem wheilever Ltelm'
Eryspe. "parll. esitence i suqspeeted.--elir.l |
Pltattdew. "Night weati. wilt be certain.



1 .. -And thus remove all disease from the yste -
SA single dtial will plae. ,th L IF E P ILS aid P H nt (; petition,, in the emtlmation of every patient.- l. B
'- "S3 Prepared andmold, wholeale and tall, by "3. W ZLLLA X. D 1 B. K r'ZQ _Z V. -l --
Broadway, cornerof, Anththu street, New ork. o" "k..
, The Genaine ofehte midlcines are now pat up in white wrapper snd asbelb locatei with "a Mahui s
M_ "o Mffat's Good Samai.tai," -containing the dtreetionu, &e., od which e a drawing oS JMadway H
.1 areet to our Office, by which s ,-iqtgrs visitige eity can ary easily &.jay. a ..at
3 a eopyrlghted, tlierefdreatBode*'h*proc.re them with the white wr-ppen Ca I thatiZ^H ^
" (iitne. ,.B cvuful. dnd t o notu h (,. with yA.. 'wvapps s; built a d Io,
tedirect Si, a ,s. cv donnt touch 55.,..,. T. r3^ ^


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') R. J. BROSNAHAM, Druggist-and dealer
in Dry Goods &c., Palafox sireet, between
Government and Inttndentia streets. '


Andrest Juck'ion, Gen JesseSpeigN'.At
Ji.seph Sory, U. k. Su- Erasitis Rod.I,,N
prenie (uiuril, Howatd, la -'
Sitaih Thomtpson, do Danl B 'I allniadge, N
Hon. I C.F Bates. Mass. DrSeill. DC ( .
L. altoastall, dip Corn Kf-nir.n, u*a N
A H I vvrett, do Can, ('r,,t'. u s NU 'I
hois \% Gil,'ier, Va. Hon G C Di.meoolc Va
S,\ m. 'I a3hior do Alex Fa i.t,, La "
Jhln B ['a%%son. La. Jh, Caih.'-llC
S.1 H Peylon,'I enn.' J,.hn Whie, Ky
*S Nle'obrrts, la. F G:,;c(t,nnell;Al
SJihiL Kerr, Md. Henry Innian, N r
N iii I S Fuilhr., Ark. Fx-G'Iv Ei alds, Ct.
C'api \\ Albirtie, a s Nlnj Wm I'n-Topham, N T
Ex Guv. W\righl, N i. HonJ \V HiitiiglonCt
<:'ol T (Cr',s, u s a. Col John IHardin, 111.
Eduard Dse D C Chancellor Kent,N y
Ex-Gov Fairfield, Me.
AIei,, several copies, from family portraits, .
eninent iudiiduals.
Copies rani be humnished from the original Da-
gnuerre,',ipe, b. Ihe samie pro. ess, and are'gener-
ally equal, aid ollen supeiiur to the orgin-l in.-
pressioaus. i .-. -
NEW (iRLEANSIY.PE FOUNDER
,And Printers Depot-
No. 17 Canal Streel Row, opiutl,,e the Customr
House.
H H. GREEN respeclfullyv annnunees .1.
.--. aublihh-rs and Prinieis, ihat he hasemtab-
lis.d a cnt:p teteanid expensive 'I YFE FOUN-
DELRY ti this elY.
'1 IE EO(.K LETTER of this four.dait was
ctt to order, I,. y morknwen of lung experc-euce,
and as no e.xpE-,s,- was sPFa.redto r bLain the
hatdsoiest fli, cs. and I, peilect then, in every
rfe-peci, lthe a-scrlion is vcntined i.alit il l be
found the hanrdi,,ri,est in the United St lel.z.
Also, a v.r hand-ome assorlnipnt ol Fl(, era,
Corntinaiain ptrardcrs. and JOB LE'l I R ofl
tlit-laesi stnla, to which the attention c.i uitn-
trs sol' iteri, br-lore pit chasing elsewhere ,l
airiules ri.aiiulaottured at this FouncLar sl *\ he
ofa nitirial equal, l ino ii.iiiSr ?->an. wain-
tili lurd al ihe Norih ; and 1 Itheywill h. frr-
iiishi-d at iNow York price lth" pb pri.hr ol
*h ,i rutdriorprise trusts igmeet *hh tb .u,-.s
(' rur ..- puiil.
I the sih.crihermis also A I for *be'!e ie
Napler, \\ ,ai inpron and Cmith P1i' 1-s,
vhi.hn aid eiher ith b Clae. Ctmae, ( ,n' r
*"nibis., F'itnist ie, Galleys, Printing INH1 fall
c'>lors, including 2 every alti|e in !be in.
business kept cunsiaily eo hn"d at niuc.eraiv
iaiea
;cjx-The proprietor of newspapers % l.,i ill
pulisl) lj h.ribdvertisemenit six monihs, and scid
a paper to this Foundaiy, weekly will be paid for
hliearnderliuseintnl Ly pirchaaing pix elotd the
amount of adneietinan bill in T .pe.
El. DH. G0EEN, 17 Canal'Ftret I Pow
Ouposite the Custginhou",
Proprietors of Nem papers bwhi phav pubish-
'd the advertisement of GBa & e., wil- pleas
i"uspcnd aid ian-ert the above. b p
March 8, !848. 41m11
Notice.
TfHE subscriber begs to state that he is prepa-
,rsd to 'nauuactttre BLANK BOOKS of ev-
ry di scription, and to Rebind Old Book-, Pam-
phlets and music, at moderate prices and in the-
most workman-hike manner.
Mobile, Dec. 20,1847. F. H. BROOKS.

White Wine Vinegar.
1 ~Casks and Barrels o' lite above,;50 per
I0 cent less than the usal. price, for sale by"
jan 26. P KNAekP'


W ALKER ANDERSON, Attorney at La%, B T STa MMiS,(l-
V Office on Government street. "Sirs-it is viih lively satisfaction t-
..7... pr, s. to vou the great pleasure which V"
ILLON JORDAN, Attorney at Law. Office trait, b" [ agicrnr..i-pe, so h-autiini in lb
_< onPalafox street. euiu,,n, have ti-un rne, aid my assurance
. F. MAFEE, Auctioneer and Comminsioa the} are ain..nk the most pelett Ihbal 1 h'ik
B-. Merchant, Paiafox street, seen. .
." "I feel much flattered in Pseoing my i
T B.JERRISON, Dry Goodq and Grni crY soextendec-dand l11 such re-pr sentatio4"
S Merchant, corner Palaox aid Govern- -u q hn"o e-e
S nent streets. Ieeive, sirs, may sicere coiiupilneatl,
I EYSER & McVOY, D)y Goiods Merchants the assurance ol my most dtislinguihsbed -Ii
L1k and .i niral Shipping Agents, corner of ratio t. "DAGiE.IV
'alafox and Government streets. "Messrs. Anthiony,'Clark & Co. Iiew YIpr
J. GARDINER, Tailor, Commyns' Row, Testimony froin so high a sourer as ti
1. Pensacola real discov-aier ol the Dagierreotype art-
r ...l. ,ll;, hrni-hez onclusive evidence of tl-,
0 0. SA'11 H, Dealer 'in Drugs, Mdteiin-s, ourityvf the pictures executed attheaboveo, i
,. Paints, Otilis, Book, Sialioner, &cq, corner 1' is galh|r,, c.niam-, as its iane inle j';.
,fPalaoxamd G- eeriaunt seleets. "cral liiii,ded p-r"kci 'lik nesselnfcnoinentA.
SF. 'INGRAH AM, Commission Mletichan, can stat u-siui,, atrd other distinguihth( ctf,
f. Palafix street. i' er., nmrng %hch niah be seen adn.imabte.
", 'se.. .ne.-ses iro m tile. of ith following perisonis, All
G.i P..KNAPP, Dealer in Dr) Gi-wds, Groce- %% lio liai tane d-(eased %ihin the pasi tourvyed
.I. ries, [Fimats, Sh6es, &c, Falaia~x street.- thn l'wntleupota-cenifrasrg
OZA & c GOME Blliard aloonl. lt'is sw.winu Ile importance *fnd increasing
1ONZALEZ &-'GOJMEZ, Billiard "aloon, cr i.l- haolein: '*-A




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