Commercial advertiser

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Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola <Fla.>
R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Creation Date:
August 4, 1846
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )


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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note:
"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note:
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note:
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).

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WBtHHED! j. J:,. TVTMAW._ .'! snas :I. Austin; i\ i, snifWia5i-r( The following- --beaitlifal--' ;! -lines- -:Iiy.the- -editor- ---of the. I. was: however calling, it destined"'' 1icJount! fur a I third of )dW.( baptist" !It I slovenliness! in i i.< (:culpable[ a man, how inexcusable

COMMISSION" "Lou'ville "
MEt ChANT Joiirncl, who is now from lii-i home \Vhfn a Vomano f'male1ho has
#:3-:: May bo found at bis residence, corner of Elijah, hunted; by .Jet.' hel, //Md for regard
BAVIS EIHor.Ti from for herself
Jff- Water Srreet: we that any or fur
t;. copy pnper : h his life!; he any respect
and wandered
High streets, opposite the Mansion :; ;across the desert to the nci'r\ in which she
Apilachicola! Fa.E I10H f P.. Kov TO AN AESCXT AVIFE. {this )mountain.; His I moves, be neg
td tM\ iV.rzHfs BniMinss, corner of --.--- S."r. prayers had (liLt)Ugh I lectful her personal It is
--'- rain appearance.
(I\ii. t..1.n"1f'r'i... and rh'Miiut streets.t :. I3iwcj', Dr. A. W. H morn-the re? t-rpe/e ? P'UI.-, to bring upon the parched: and desolate; earth true there is danger of into the
CH1Ha: runing
1 hilt his opposite
FACTOR AXD! COMMISSION .TO111'1'11111} and fri>!Iuir's. 0'1 i its wins;- sword had! :also( drank! : the blood .ot(
7;"I1': { MERCHANT,, cr: OHice the Dru Store of B. S. 1'risht rrl'rIw--Clf attaching too much importance -
Cor. Water and over ? Hawley, Ilowr-r./o HIP all! strange and new, 'the prophets of Baal and Jezebel ,
Chestnut had I
qCBOIC ll'TJo\q-'i'i. Dillarper. 'annum struts ([entrance on Chestn'U street.) Residence at theIWII'c Arc ,!shti'M'in: i') the! e.irly; d--.v- I him i i word that sent ar.d: giving too much time to dress;
"3 'tO I f t'J'ld"I'tll'ln' sis April I Apahrliicnh: T'a. And pdf'jnies rise t she would do-to him as he but
l n ad3nr" or lately occupied by Dr. Ealtzell. ; rrc'lII't'rr; grove, J had it i is easy to hit: a happy; medium in this
1f( Plld' thl'l'calt A s I ill''!-'' to li! clonds u 10 her prophets' t and hu tied
00 if : January ? that niovi so into
Cf 10. ISIG. i ; and do
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or 1) respect perfect the
JJuasKe. : justice to
rnlth \r.m, t n'f.r a Ip=s term than six HOWARDKiiijki'e Like --''irit.: ,'er yon welkin clear- I the I wilderness! :and sat down! under
a jinip j: 'toilet the
i s L.'i1' *2 wil'l i!! hrimhlr: I bchnrsvd for : it rJo':\"al'd, K. Owens, IJ'it; I am Mul-;!hou art not here. I :r tree, and! prayed: fur death.: and at same time that no moral, social
ninth3 3d ; 11lj'r will% b discontinued! ( uniilHiiif0 Weary or intelectual duly i j4 sli, hrl'ci.
CO COMMISSION!) P Oil WAR DING ATTORXEV AT LAW 'T i: discouraged t the hunted t fugitive i down I
.c. 1.nid: unless at thf option of tin? noon--i ciln: unl-.f.ken; elc"p lay 'here[ arc a few members oftlie. sex so
a.. ,rr-11t. I M[ E Hell! A NTS CLAVTOV, P.aibonr County, Alabama.April li on I the 1 Mne vr,.v's Ir the dcei; :and slept, when: the angel of the Lord deficient in comeliness of face

ptiifltw twelve 1 lines No. 7, Columbia! HI nek A Oft h"Zf: like ;a I I' Hream t touched him and or figure that
; bade
.-,T- -Ones-ju ir.% ( 2U, I Sir(,. 'J-tf ury him al i i ise arid go to by an
rSS ', '.;'ri.Hl a1 the rl. of 0e lolflfCthefiU ::1- Nov. 1 Is 15. Anal.irliicob. r.,. ]- ilit.itinq; cvfr uuo J and l In'jlll! ; iMout.t\! Iloreb.I Elijah 1 ; started; for( desert appropriate style of dress they may I
I \ : ArrJ imny hro-id. m>';iif'Iii! fl'i\\-er! I the not appear to advantage fo all capable of
Ce11 1'r uh.t ,
and I'iIly ; ; every REMOVAL.W. and after!
? :: .E. r!. cY J. it!. UlB.F'ACTOR Witiiin i,! i I its shndevy woodijtnd bower 1 travelling' fur more I limn a :appreciating)! the recable! and! the beautiful

Jon I 1.:0....", "', G. l.!. fly T-gl'junuic; liki! a O't'lyIar! month, he ai I !length, uorn ar.--J i :; exhausted; t I in art. To be
,. ': ., 3j'rti i3v t1) y'lr a lbl'r.J: & COMMISSION MERCHANTS!!: J'at J JIM s. d-;ihou! .. the appropriate it does not t follow
', I ill r.'Ti caw; : !to 1 mountain
OQ and
I f rI' A T T 0 I li X E Y r too! hi I.
In 1.1'l"rt-mrr.t. T LY, up SO that a dress need be .
', h'lt : ncT4rf.L. extrnvagjtif.There
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.1 .\1., b'Il : J ISVa r.r ,t rc, t, itary ludirigN, ill '
bii:4 N 11 {c OCcc ii J is evvJ-OM c-irih (!he su'ispt 5ii'.re ; ;a cave. How many deso! is nameless
'1'1' tib t:1o'1r HW,1 n.1 > Floyd's new uildinsr.. o;'!>rfe:I a charm about their
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*'"''"'',. 1 I / 'rt'.I! 'n<'nfs scut j in I bv. t llicin! \villit. ] - -At'A 1..1IJCOL---_. -\-,--l"\. I the Mansion! Horse. _ Dec 1 1:1: JM"I >. / p'lintni:t ? iticir own IV"MTHE i; dp'- late tl.iy-; and I lonrly nigiils i lie passed: llicieve 'sfvle, of tlrrs. with son.e women, which) )

.... t'. :.Ml".I, I'. .1." (. rI4:1: : 1 rtf': .. "r Dxvi.l {;!. aiy.! .- .. G. eRtes----, Tl-e I.i ike' s-fai-!>!<'---.iiii-C'CIII": -in(J"tii\\r* \\.1\. 11t1tllr.'mhit".''i I/\\!: !! : ; l.a: ;\. \11t'Jli1I,1; : know: not d. ,- (but{ ;it length voice from I seem: a Inn tit I' their is so iudiscirbaMe. -

r}. i.'. '' -M! ;jr1.kne.1ts nust: La plllllOr iXMMlSIOXFO'IV.i: : ; 1)1) Xt": : SIKRCHAXTAX i ] ] ..Arui, sotri"! un-c 'n P;'I i 1i'. t tl:,. 1jrezc, u foitlj :and stand:; upon the It is mil in costliness of material',
I: c1lu -l1 f.lf :: Q//'f/ ..ATJ: Capt. Simmon's I self. J.-iit felicity
.-.n b lh
n| 1 I"Q "* ? ; annouic'W'C Xo. LuihUng, (-dtRing ii- IIIIJC' ; rlllur before he reached the
::1' 43 .tterlrc'1. thpl't- entrance j of flicoor
: :adaption: : !
"" .. otfinvM cor. of Centre & Commerce streets I'ut: I aJ I of I ] style, and manufacture. -
,. ,I.i I. .f. t'r Xov 5 I Iv aiu! ? r'-e ;thee not hicave.:j |b!e I heaiti a roar; louder I tian t the .
.\"Illr\"d: The!
| \? : : Fa. n\' ) dress seems as
4litanc April Fh. naturally
fnn a
ts : must r ,
j >rti4""n'i : a that I part
V .. .. sea, t : I :lic/frted;u his
', .'! -vith ti! &' (".'.1, or city reference,{ IS iisnan, --- -- ---- -- --------- 'F i' : -with! a oTthinr o T>CTlie \II\ bocll.\1tk! fcotsfcfs'i and sent t the of them as tl'eir hair. We feel Ihat any

.I .. ', I J. J IIWATTORNEY 1 hI' t tones It'i t ih- < c '(m) sued'1: to his heart. The ne\t t moment other costume would( be : .

._ ". _" 1 _. "-_.____ I WHfl1.F.r.E AND iiT\ft.:' : PK,M.m IsnOl AT LAW 1I If t: j" 1 rlifItl'r', e:dt'lw t. IIi.l: ;th're came: :a bI.,5t t If'i lid, ;as if the I last I Cynthia: :: of the minute inappropriate.I ; -
'H -- i:O, DinT ( ;fnIJ ( !Lt n III G, hIVl'S&C. Low I 1!;'lIdl I O'f'r J"r.h't'I'It) 1'lil.1-! chain t I II mat bound it I seems to have

.jafifiirsa: :Dfrcctorn.! I i ( ('ill'.fill' CI.I, IViinbiidse, (Decolur t Co.) Ga. .\ tid! 0i! t jca \vini'fiiii!' ? l.i.-/.e are heard hail suddenly( been I II lent
ortl t I rh.I'Il :The 1 rich: not .!, the I thrown off, and it had: bu r.'t forth in; all i il Sumtii.c.'ui.aiumn.d A lady: should! )
.- !- lr.'I.p:1larlirlb.' Fin.. {t.:3Will attend punctually SuperiorCo'irf- < no !km I ,; bird, study the! st\le of Jresstrfnst
I' -- -- - --- ---- oft I the counties' of Early, Maker: and I In iicuiy a vviM! nnd wof.rleriJMo!' ; I.iy_ ;! and lijuiMess: crcrgy.: In: the appropriate! ; and f becoming
Deeatureofj to her and
; J Mnnnnicenc 1: ; \V. 1iZerC:1. ". .J. C. I 1-ut; 1
; nf'H. t. rad twinkling
all thoii of
; !
.I art the
(Ic.DUTJOS. South Western, and of Iho county of'ThoiTasof awiv.ri :iII; eye sun ws blottf! d! out I follow it uninfluenced the
: --. 5Io ;...". .. -V Ci:).. ynllI.I.111.1: H..tail ; )If al! 'f ;.1 I the Southern! ( }by lie cloud! of f elIISI, a rid I the fragmcnls that by ; l'lhryambi-
; lion of
:; I sink leading oft"a
..MEUl'MMPAINTS: : IJrf':1l1v.-bw: fashnn Haunting
.; SIOMKRCliAXTS: : OILS, ---- --irrnit.'i' f\(''!. pn I cear! filled or in
J1- tire .
t 4 l;!.::: jjJ 1 !: I. hy is : \ en whirledtiu fierce eddiesomvard. I
U'.tter strtvtnril --i IEl'" & c.HI JO.IEJ liiilo own ( voice in:i ruy f'lr'io'nJ expensive; rnf.f's.Ve all know that} different -
I'. : 1.1? n-ci! thv r tn> -flvuie i 1r I t .In; i'keu and hoivledfiroiind the colorsnit! lifTererit
\ ". 1 1.1'' '. .\mbHiicob.r.i.FOR .7 ATTORNEY AT LAW Tliy i own Lu' '-ql hi ttd i- mouth! complexions, andih'fTerent
g'-tifraf tj-vtirf ni'-nf nf. cl ip d ii 1iIIfl- (of the! cave; while (tin fierce( flit' .
: hissing :
-- KOOKS; }HLA.Vft: :s ,\J.B U'Y, (T.; Tiiv; \' o'vti ton) li:1: to luin'- :. 'rl'nl .tcm, figures. } very lady
S..lI\'l'.IIUH.) :, :STATI df /"litre;
T '\ IDlNt I tt A X n CO)1? MIS S10 X : no'Z Apihchicol.i.__ !Fla.! \ \ S"llthVesll''n Circuit, and Thomas! and:; [ : ('III'! 1 II'iall :11b'.lrt). ; b' ell'i.r-; heart of I the mountain I va-; more terrible t flnnil' i to be able to decide Iiersell on I the fash

MEUCHAXT! Stewait counties' And I 5*. n ft:.- 11'!, }P.IU.XI.;: :M\ i'v :!H;, 1 1"r.!:; ( I). I' strength, rocksere ; person. the
Xi It. :iJ Vr.ilerreet t t.p"t A 1Ig', i, 1 .i:. :: 1-1 f : loosened fVoai their lack of I this accomplishment let her
:I.\ _. -- consult
\ .VFCTIJIIHU: !: aC.rt.fl'
nr.AiT.u: IN na. i\ -
) U' F.i. --- --- inrougu
--- -- -
-- air
eartiilent [
-- -- a !
competent judge.j -[.Y. Y. Sun.
( An! NE I'
Fl TUX ITfHa! :.
"1-. I'nl ..(h'\"IrAs m 1ft' on (con-sii'imeni-1 XIJ. 1\V.JIt'r IT UMI'.Kil; : I N.PECTOlt.-The inidorsiCTed LCtIli1tt01Hl. where it )piSf'i: :siiil; before) its fury ti'.atslcady --
C:.z.- .1 :trt -l j' Iair .
?.\' in I 'u ni'1 in: Xw 0:'J '.tt'*, n'"" -'\ ,I'ur"1 or JlcwN A.!. l.irncfit.! la.! __4 hivinirbeeu: appointed I Inspector; of Lumber --- ------ --.---'----- -.---.--_ .--------.- ir.ouriti'.in: : : t threatened t to lift up' its A SECON-O .To ,\H.-A party recently

,, Afril. 1" S'i. ----.-. -------.---- I t'iqI Fr.i'iklm: County! olL'is I }..I4 ."crvioes to Il.l'pnhhe fcACIiW: M''XTAL\-5 J i! : MOUNT> HOJIIJIJ. ba-.e and b;; (;.isrrij'il! away. Amid this (fishing; in the TaUapoosa, observed '

1'r. : ;i ; : -'t 'i" 'hTHii ii: (hit Ciipicity, and will alt trd: to ;ill : ; dcafcni'j'j; : r.pior.r; ; and! confusion and! dark-! enormous clt-f.h (break an
:. r. Atu'iK C 0 M M 11 S S I 0", u--l! :K o if iV .\ R D I E' GMKKCI d'lties appertaining: : to said( appointment. He J i ". he's arl water near them
may ry tE\ T. nc\ni.KY. I tenortunned: : and awe-struck i and float exhausted. He
.v j"I'. \ 'g 'P it l' \1T., : I ANTS, he found at 2'1 \Valer was easily secured -
: street.
p nr.V'.I: : : : : lit) : ; ?M. TciXK; :, PAINTS, 1\u. i:11: :'1' .I rpl't, MJ.rchS JAMES GIBSON.UMIJEII Mount r i Horeb I does) not stand so isolated Elijah I : l : f.xp-ci) .ld: to .;Ie: I the foini of Jeiiovahmoving. and from the fact that itV 1 observed

n :.-'. < ;i.As <, it<*., feTil ". n.\O .- pat Ichioh, Fla.Vjkt. :is Ararat; or Sinai. :!iwl hcncu: does no occupy biK that:, resistless blast! strewing | that he was evidently! gorged with some-

Iv \ .- .. : '. of __ _ T 5=0 dpHniic in the sides of i Iloreb witii [ '
t a-i-Mrt 'i" it Stafincry.i' : f l'PECTOH.-Th1) uid.-r:
t r If. 01<: t"i.Ntmit: an j Water sir-eels \ W. SI'\I!. nr.M.\ \V. CH..t'In.iUl : j__ bavin? been appointed f Inspector ol Lun.ber One) If the ;I'OUp! that surrond: Sinai; it presents not Gori;(: in motion. I <' and a well-grown 'ro sum. still aliu opened and

6 sr'I, ; I .nl"hi"lIh. F:1. (t CIe'T; :r, for I the County of Franklin: oilers r Ins services to (the same iiarn.Mi,, atid (desolate appearance "Tv/as but t th'! whirlwind,! : grinning nken from him. This is the firAttime
-- -- --- ----- ---- of Iis! breath.
u. .f. 1::''n.X" c o M! M I i s s: i o x :.1-i n c H A x T s, the public in t hat capacity; and will I I attend t Inlll : and stands: amid t he same bleak! ands Auaouncuij danger! wreck and:! death we believe that the Ciesarean

$:::- O .i..',, No. u Colu'ii, !* JJniM'n' ;! ;. duties: aopertainin; to said) appoint; niert.CORNELIUS : 1'111 Liddin scene: rv. Tiiese solemn was ever performed operation
:; :! Cnlu11bui nuildi1 ilecl GRAOY.Mirch22. summits The hurriean passed( by, and that on a fish. The
1 t wild!
Ap.ila-liicolj. Fla. ri-e I tocrthrr t I: i in the same; 1 heaven: *, and! 'po: ;1im I is doin;: as well as could be
. 1'1'. ; 1, 1 1'1i.tnbrhicnh.. F:1.: ---- -- -- - ---------- : ISlo.IT. strife of| t ilie. elements ('ced : but /before the expected -
tinsilent! laiiitnji; *' they "ak }Iris the and) i "
--- t u'e tHOi'U i", sp : same! r'arkened': henven< could H Jonah This
:' I' \.Mir-. !II.f 1 U Sjono, HV.1 BrooiiVcjr -. T L'MUER IN --rECTiR: Having been :. iiuMTiinj! :. Sir I iii.!! IJorc!) has lf.s di:.tinKui idl- clear; lhem 'elves, has 10 appearance, we admit!
COM \USiCN: ij KK!:CII.\XT!I :, \ at i Elijah:t !hear! a rumbling! -on itt! in the hovel as Shakspeare
No. 1.?, St.: (.It Hho! .f trt'el, III{ I the mountain, :and the next
CI M f :.1 i s ; o x iinucii.xi's. ot {Fr-iiiklin, the undersigned ofRrh'n; >erviivvlo over, >had;; %/\v< i it: us much! ill inicre t ;is itdoe. an lik smell"nevertheless, we beg the Pica-
Nw-Ur!"tL:1. 1 the pibliin tint capacity, and will attend to : I i') mtnre.t The! Mount\ earthquake! was on ihe! niaa-h.: Stern i-
. X 'i \Vatcr of Terror i is !/U7Il' to believe it. as it is diet
} .tp't reb a and
rocktd and fro no
A \7TJ'In:" C'JIU all tUtU to like! vess'-Iin
: 11m\: ( : appertaining to said at'H)iItIr1et1t. a a iHorm.:1I.r
: monarch I there I ,
'I' 'V! A 'i1 t. 'li11.1 t fc; it .. i I i in the I desert and all I I other i's bosom h.o.a.x.-Ala. Journal.
___ --.-- April J IS.ISIG.l IJENJ. LUCAS. summits( ate 10'lit his IJOduard.. ;parted v/iili the sOl nd of _
' . .. They rhll.d'r! -
-- before liie
; *> af't'ain{ ..a .'. .ja", h-?. t": t'i'irH'. -- - - -- :. \vi i r Ih.! ('l1 I his i i ;rand eoi'onalion when t the convo kite throLs that: TlIK MISERIES OF BKISG A CANDIDATEFOU

i "' ) M,t 'Ii i !1..1 1 ''J\ M tfC1J.-\I N T, GEJLH.'J; : ;' : : :\( ;. Ftii\-\IIII:;(; .t: HMAIXING lt"t of :4i1tt'is: law piven. and 1 shook I to the thunders that s:';'mpd rending the very heart of nature! OFEICJ-An Ohio paper relates the

. \ i J I V/i ir Itr..d-U:1: .T.lil' CtJ.\j: \1"1..::, !._I'\; Sv.VHAVf j ; ( P. the Po-t Uillce at -plbriC'oIa hOlillreflllp: Fathomless; tIJS..S openeil on every side, following anecdote of an

: J. !r. .\ l>;al.1I'Jj"u.I: lit. :;,t. I Culll1lJJI: I '.1..,'!., July: 1 I h If;) eereni.ny.loiiil :II!:I huge precipices, topplin? over the.eliasm inexperienced candida'e --
, ptt! A 11'1l.wlli'oh. 1'-1, A i l''lIlt'i.: >-> \M I=e ll'l'r, Mrs Mary ?: I Iloi'-l I hr; :? not been rou eertt; L'd their : office :- We once had a fhiowtlent.
I base
: -- ------ --------.-- A A L 1dv'11'11! B once. but thrice: .and hence had went thundering' sin who, after he
, ; u.I.Aa: jl.,'. ] ) ,u:1. J. 1'-n'. 1'. .1. S.IHW.? .T 1\1. very : ) a threeiolilclaim L through! the' darkness. TIe graduated entered
; L I I'.ruhd.iire; ; ; \V HJjrou J.oniV: T H fur :a phee!: ainid I the irnmnrcd list of fallen! propiiet' upon the practice of medicine, with
.'t. k>:y "' Co.. :\jlnr: : '; nn= lay on t he 1hor ofhh very
hJoii csncrn; md I listened!
Geo J fair
I : Lea, Chas; \1 Sacred \1 OIlIlIliI: :. Moses !learned his firt i to L prospects, but in an evil hour he
( 01 M:fl"'lt"1 I COMMl:1: I 10 X JI fliC 11A X T the consented -
, < X :'I EC1LAXT., S.JN'u. HI'II":1'm l{t If I JJVdVn !leous grinding, crashing; sounds! ;around( nnd to become
) ) a Ill ( its base and amid its soiiindrs a candidate for election
Xo. 'Water.1't: 1'.'..t, i Uilbo.Jo'.ii! !. beneath him and to
OJ 2 W.tier flrtf, law, J ; the steady shocks lhat the State
iI i
I (1"cJ! J .\ ah.ii-oli: I'h. : fornird the thoughtful, stern, and Legislature. lIe was a man of
I ; "' Ii \Ht.tchico.t.! l FI. :! I Urowii; J 1 ItIJeich J/iv.'rence, Rdm'incl W seemed to reach tlu scat of
very nature. good endowments
------ ---- decided! natural
which I and
,. !: tb'\: 'Y.. ::1:"-:'. ; Jr 1 C& .;,:t ) .srie' Co;i." _1 Vt !..Yt .rac., ( Saia'l 2 Lamb, Alex 2 be the !lender charaytT of !Islt'al.Vhl'll rendered' in him f.t i to I thinking! I that Jehovah: at lur: stood there. literary education. He had, competent .
Ibr"lo'J II'm his iypetuouci prepared himself
I : \-1"41'I (,,:' and 1J"! u I I1.Ht. (;PiOC.i:!? & cn \: ',11.:1"lI; : CHANTS Lin.t: fry, I liill"y I- Surely it v.-ns his l1bhllItnll that 1'1on
::1.1111:1 ',' ('.- ." I JJr! rMo\v, 1 H C I I youth I lv slt.v: I the E that f for his profession by close
I 1.:1 ) I ILirit"I tnt Conn.0 N'), ;;\\.t..r i .trf 1.ItLI"if'oJ Capt'i1 J.lelvilK! ]IVnj'jMd'jJ : yp'ian: : r that t trembling; ? and application
I !, tottering mountain
; I J 'e :': .\ 1'H. {JJrown:I ,d1t[ t .las J KUoach i\ICJllIif')' Y would! I trample; I on I his i {nfl fl I rynii; ii. he roPe: I ; to study) and had. of course, entered hot

r4s. ft..I'\o'-: r.:0r."'.,;.".... .4-, -. _. __________n___._ _. t___:__. I. .:___. I Capt Samuel', William, I thither!m : f to escape:; the penalty: of the deed.! strong arm t that rocked it so wildly! I on i its little into society, so that he was: but little

f,H' rn! ,\ :\ COM: \J 1 sSION .1. A t-. C. :i.a 13 > IK:ac.! No, *k ({od"a... nut in the! earthquake. the
E3:, rut ( Tiniolby) D Jvl.itl.cro I Thomas 2ckvith I \\ I rn tile I I first mist of indignation I : had I I- acquainted with wculcJ. and had no conception -
:MKiJClXT! i: i C OMMSIN I \ NInc1IANT I:!..- FrnrisDI'limcry I.IcFarlii:i, John It of what he
: S, swept! by ;amid lie aw "ihe L lifeless at t was; to endure in the

I ', .I'I.X i. 2 C./lu-a'i'K :;{, :," O.i-e: Xo. -1 I Columbus: :;'iuildh -\'Hh hi"nh, Fa. !IJnnvn: : Jos I B) Kdw'J TheIrJWiIJl; :; of hi3 steeds from( far"
1 l i. J."f. : ,
; Fl. but
.Apita'1ic..1 i after it
--- : ; covri'i was all he
-- hastily : tin! dead! over. said
--- -- --- --. .------- .- -- .- -.-- :--_ li'UIS W M Maun : man: in the sand: : to us, If
I rJH': tf'cnu! Win II I : Win lie fled J the d! Tli eommntim:: eear'ml] and! ; J hall! known what would[ have
Kiiir'i i ;: gi. H.I I 15.I 1 l\imlroI-l I : Brow, J toe Ann l'I1'1Tr:11allll'rf'd to -'rr. Mouth :nl'ter month: ; 'lfllre stood"and been said,of

coii.: > SN.7trztv i ( ii i: it c i: A N T s I he i wandered about ; I : claimed: ) (! her rn tiled frame: but in the 10 e by, I would.
: ;:2. :r. r ri t!;)! 0:1;:I t- { 3 Carawav, IJ D Mur: :. '*
; I.", GOM2\IjS i J S i JOS i: jnnW.\JUl-G) i Cam, H T SJ.lerryman ; K I vj-t; arid the rovil court he (!d.ircd not suduen! ominous i silence I that\t f fulloxved, t there away, rather! than have suffered myself to.

'"' :.rTf\iVTxsV\Ncs' fifTfp: MERCHANTS.OJjcc I 1 1 :. Cox, David lh'g-rhllhnn, (; 're enter. iWf'orJ, r tie! temptation of the} sr ;iIed! a i foreshadowing: of some new tel ir'B' be nominate. 1 knew that nobody could

I' fl.f ..,1/' (".: f.::..,-.' COMPANY,' Xo. :\v\tterstreet-Upstairs) L tillio[ John Capt S : 1 palace,; ;and I 'beyond, m ilic reach of the eon :and i III. the I i !heavens wer.s suddenly on 11 r say much good of me hut I thought also.

X'I. :)1 i f,7\.It.'I'IJJ 11' 1ai) Apd.ieiicola: FJ:1.fG. i.I. C'ucv.i, P.'cJrofirs: ( \ Taln Jlictin.i( rnoiives i r that: miyht sway him t there 1 i and a i ste.t! of flame descended.:: Its Jurillli..dn that they could) not say much harm ; yet

\ 1.1'1-' ,. street ml-tphifnla., }". I Liberal advance*? on cotton con. i;. 'ied!I to Cucbas, Pdro 2 lcl,{ ron I he i 1 trod! l he.! desert a free nia ii. Withnou t I; p'-ercrd: I to L tlie.: deprli! of 1 Eiij di' cavern the newspapers; : ; opened upon me-they
1!heir friends! in N>JW York, I5olf, Lix'eipool]1 orHavre. Conner, )Hugh r\'ach, J fnzekiah i till! Hindi
if !
like bad
:ht [but Nature and (:Jod to teach him glowed an oven, and from b.iseto; me out so fellow! I didn't believe
E1vtici'; 1 _Nov. ]JJ!> !.'>. Clements, AndersonTbos Orr, Hannah C 2 summit of JMount II I I i it at all and
."' ) ------- '-- --- je'l\'oll I) Otis John his character myst t he simple, ,! and manly.! : ireb there went up a was me 1 could not be satisfied

I\,In.:1.P'P"lI...::! ) ': .".\ '-'r. .,\.rl) n.;..\T 1'1)[ I .:iiei't ;, _\i! sa A; Co., I\'tl I(, Ira uki I ii Porn, John} ami his principles! uptight! :and pure Amid;i l vast cloud of .smoke! fast and! fnl"ouwhile i! of lilY own identity until; I called my dog,

c ))!) .\r' ;H",'.".J.-'lI.! :._, MAXLI-\VCTLtK! !{ IX TIX, 1110X.COPPER: 1 lJeJalJa, Lewis C Pierce, 'James the grand! and striking: features; of tnOiILI I 'n' the entire sides fumed! with lonvnts of /lit I rft*. and found that he I knew me." _

\'iv X I. :' C"lJnlu: Uln-k, MASS ice.ALSO Dyer I ) Daniel l Purple, Nathaniel scenery he could not but learn to hatetyranny The mountain glowed, with! a red heat: and

_L> _________ AI)11WiICr,11 1: 1 Fa.Win. .._ I 11 K A i. IKS i NIlard'.vir Devaue l Mrs Peters, R,I ward I :and i love freedom, and when, at stood like a huge burning furnace: : und!:r a THE SENSIBLE FOOL-A Curious Anec.

: <;. 2orcr fs. Co. __. ?, Stc.v.-s; l ritaftnJ.l t: r aut Wares, l)avis, Henry Penn, Miss Mary Ann lt'ii jiht] !m character; was settled I on a braodami :) burning heaven, and groaned on its ancient t (f(fr.-Alphonse, king of Naples, had in his

SALIUS> : : I IrJ'J, "!feel,, SpikeJnfe: Jlirs, I Davis, James II 2 Piilciiard, WmKowlard i permanent basis, the hilllha'I seal; as;i if in toriure. Hut God was not in court a fool who used to write down in a

i:X '!i-.nttCIIr; >onXD) ,CO.DIJ.3:3IO\) I 'l1r K 'Iil..s t siii.l .Mill, and: otherIV. I Duff, !E: CDelalumty Col J 15 I I to( i t to deliver! his Deity people.sent t the fiery strom. book, all the follies of the great men in his

C.i-ti!uzs; Slip! CIinIIry, ..c.Ort. I Martin\ Hinaldi, J W lime that werafjit. court.-The
\.I..U Water Otrt''t. Wandering: the ""I' 'a., but the: li :Iitning of his king having
\,'' 1/1, ::. bJp.I.CIIICOI.r,1( I l Kvans: John Russ J C lint morning) along slopes eye"a Moor in his household

.--_: .\-'a1.1'frI-9 la; F.i.L:__ -- --- ----- --- Klcrbv, Injro Hodbil'll.VIIl! of I Iloreb.1 he saw; befove) him a solitary, I bush) t that had kindled the mountain into a blr./:l'. Levant to buy horses with sent him to the

W m. ','- -- -- \\Tji1tl DiCiC'cv. JUr.. 1 LUDHJSU.D l Fields Seth F I\yan, DiiiielI'oberLson l blazing: from top! to l>(.ltom, but Mill lnconIlmed. I- and filled I the air with t llame.JJut : ducats. This the ten thousand
\/rood fuol marked
O\nTI ( !u y ftnn20nd, Foster UK; i 2 ) Jameitlllioads : Sr i Kvery branch, was: a tier' branch, 1 t i this, too, passed by, ai'? what new in his book

IS s 11" N' >! E 11C H A X T, SHIP AND FA.M1LV\ GROCKRS I Fareli:), J L : ( Mrs L'icindi :and u m every I j leaf at.l ';!f of fre; that t glowed II ii- scene of terror 'jotild rise worthy to herald! as the a pure piece of folly. Some time after

., Xo. I 12 Water s-treet, I Fort, GFooter :.Smith S wasied: in the still :! king called fur the book, and found at
\)1, :J-2 i Water-prtes-'t, Apahchicola, Fa.O'to'"r S anie. As he stood :ama- the footsteps of God--what greater outward last his-
Apd-inhicori I Fi. I Jiseph Smitli xed and own name, with the of the
Caraway awe-struck the
)1" ismmr s I at siijhl, a voicewhose jrriudenr could surround his ?1-
7 ALBEZr rime! *, JamesGreenwood Stafford; presence : ten thousand: dnc /:1'1': I :;. -- - ----- ) Win I tones king, being
: \
CiiAnuns PRATJ pre'cl I to I he familiar to his.: The astonished prophet still lay his I
n P f3' U G Smith Mis upon somewhat moved asked tIle
ii&. s. .i> soa C pxehimed reason why his
.. !>otlft ct Pr: tt, (;Irierson, Capt Snoxvrnaa "Take t thy shoes from off t thy f face u rapped) III %wonder and tilled with! tm*ar : there ? "

s.fl! TOS&CIMMIS: [ ,[OX MEIICHAXTS: : C 0 :\II S S ION A N I D FORWAflDJMF:1tCh.N I KG:; (;ritfithoo, John Smith, S.uou'l, John (1'I'r. fill'lhe i place on which t thou standesf at these exhibitions of Almighty power, Jester nameIS"you have committed"because, says the
: I T is a piece of
No. 10 Wafer Street Guun' Mrs Providence Sharpies A .J Holy jKiind. Here Cloves received his waiting for the next scone in this great drama (folly, to give

ir 4)1 No. 22 Vaterfrepf, Gro an, Miss Ellen; Smith, Capt J G first connnission! :and here was (iod's first t when: .suddenly t through the deep quiet' your money" to one you arenel'likf

-: : _-_ Apalachicoli, Fa.CO' -pent0 J Iv Aalaehicola.. Gray, Wrn Smith, Samuel a:m\vanl I demouslratiou! : to him in i behalf: of and breathless I hush i tint I h.u! succeeded theearthquake I back to see again.." Hut if he does

JcI.I)" cV ElartminrtKN I i eiwy adcs.- (;ariin, John Smith, Henry Peter his people. ) :and 1 the :storm there arose "a I"'ome again: says the king. antI

A .t I S S l (Gray, Michael Taylor; Jolm"C 2 In I I ihe.' exciiinu still small I brings trie the horses, what folly is that.inme
o X MERChANT S \UCTIONEEU I f AXD COMMISSIONMERCHANT Hill" scene* through which he t voice, t the like of which had) ?" \\"hv. i if he

Nor: 1.X- .JO \1'.,I'r 'Ifn'el. 1 John MnnilHttrbinon : Thomas! Kobt F afterwards ;pas-jcd: in Kiypt, he may haveentirely I never met his ears before./ 1 It "smalland ever comes back
i, ) I Abel :again: rephiedihe 'fool', "VII Hot
'l-1 22! W-tcr street I 'fay, Capt B i forgotten t I II I h. aft'cr out your
--- : AIab.chicua! Florida.: -- :. .l\ FAi.ACiucor.A., Fa.II. 1 tern, XickariahHenderJon Ta her, CJpt S'Iffi'l 2 0 ra But ill le sti'l i but thrilled I t the !prophet's frame; I :Jicifne am/ put in Iris.
- -- ---- ----' !
---- -
: --- ---- John h plagues! and death; and Jli"ht, pursuit, and!! with electric power, and rose so sweet and
D. K. Turner Sam'l
U. XVooiI & C Wo:) I 1' WCUI.I.E.V.. S 2Thorp I lied :Sea
; Ihrt 1 1 passage: and overthrow of his clear-
G1l. \tU4! KcvAi B! 2 Sam'lThompson enemies A woodman from the:
r:j\.Mis' >hX MERCHANTS, Wood fc Co., Jolmson! Mrs Sarah A Theodore h.ijl; a l1 I I IIt'f'n left behind and t the host 'Tluit: all in !heaven and earth mihr hear who had interior of Arkansas
:''o. 2.) Wat-rMr-et. AUCTIONEERS AND! COMMISSION Jones Ivbert of f I Isrcal .entered the desert It of ; never been on board of a
I'V. J )'1. Jr1l1bl'r, ChasWoodbuvy t the $familiarbceuery ; -poke ('(.lce-It di>ohe ot 101It steamboat had
._ ) ___ Ap.ilaftaicob.-Fla.!: MERCHANTS, Joiner, VJamieson/ Jin bc.arj I to t approach l must have; tooke ii:,un ela i-peak above." occasion to go to St. Louisshort.

'fyzs: : -& ,iih hci: Xo. :'J2, Water streef, Charles Wind ham, Godfrey waked up t si lllig(n) :associations in his heart And! God was in the voice. The I a time since. From (lie bank off tin
prophet river he hailed ,
I rfI No\'. 1, IS I 13. Apalachicola, FLther.i 1. Jennings Isaac Wyatt & Co At length t lie vel I hereil 1 the Harry of the Wast
-reuumuii form of 11 Jo- knew that! he nijih and
I ri
ssiox was < "
--- r iu.z I with
MERCHANTS Jones up. wiap- : Captain.1hat's
; Wm [
the fare
IIVesson J reb to St.
advances made on consignments.The i M i rose to view where! he. had
wandered 1, pcd 1 his mantle; about his face "
Xo. CO t Water-street, Jones, C HKirksev Weeks, Capt Thos M plf| and went to Louis ? 50 What part of the boat do
strictest t attention ;paid fo Sales out Doors s rill'l) frtn !his I home. A you ,
itivrj i- the I mouth of the
gloomy hug t i t cave, and) stood "
.TamesVplker rcvernfly 1 W to ?
BdwVl asked the
Sales at SI B lie go on captain. cabin
A'" Apalaebieola, Fa. -.--- -ore everySaturday.. __________ --- Kelly, Mrs Balony M Willian, Capt 1,' W the I ,disrautniice first saw that I desolate; tnounlain' I in and listened. Oh, who can tell tite".h'ptll or deck !" Darn your cabio," said the

IVYLtt, U'M. A. fcKF.JVrlie [; Clover Sect Kemp, Jason B Wood, R N ; -a leader; of a mijjhty pcoles ; ami! sweetness of the tones! of i hat voice osier[ I live in a cabin at home

\ ,1 IHcKctizic A FEW pouiiil of !lar e lied Northern Clover Ware,* Augustus l and i i the chosen! of (;oil, he pitched his which the Lord of Love deemed worthy to the: best -give me

r, Seed CC5": Persons calling for the tent I the second t limeaf the base. Doubtless vegot.M
MMISSON I r fors.ileby above letters, will announce his (;Olflitlg. A r.uis'uned spir ii's ----

Nt. H Water MERCHANTS _April 4 HJ'l ABE I': please say they are advertised.. u his first interviewv5ni Deiiy here cuasfid: I h harp-an angel's I lute I -a seraph's song. The of --- ,':
Set fetreef. ------ Mayor a diminutive
--- -- him city calledto
---- :_,:' ::. a1.lchi"cb! r q. 1)2'in"a'c r JOSEPH S. MAY, P. M. to except some oilier relations now thtthp could: not have moved i lie prophet so. Jut I consult a legal frieud with tbe

received per* schr. LeRoy, and for sale by commission! he I had; given him had been: while his wholc btiriy, soul I and) hotly I trembled method of regard to
Michael JUST
A. To the FnbJic in I III led I quelling riotous proceedings
much his I
U a I J.C. AJLE caily experience to its music, a sterner voice his
XBER! AND COMMISSION __ j HAVING disposed; of my entire stock! of had: to (M with his encamping; this 1 which were growing o'ernahle.Yb'y,"-
on dost
MI and Medicines to Jtfr. H. spot ear, saving.Vhat thou hen, Elijah !aid the hit\\ In
KUCHA N'T OIHlrtllI'ship. F. Abell, with host er. you not appeal to the
of Israel
Uy it i is "
\'W. -\o. SG, \lat?r Mreetli" TUB Subscribers respectfully inform their( in retiring from the business, I take occasion to l hilt I tfWt he should) impossible: ) to lell; ? "Tho prophet poured t the tale of his posse" comilatus ?'* Well, that's what I'va
2 return to tile expect the GoJ,who had: woes and( of t Isrcael's; sin I into the I Infinitebosom.
Arwlachicola. Fla.1 and lire public that they have taken I public, my triendi and customers: 'first 1 thoucht of; but, Mast.the fellow 1
:Ullllel Schiffer. -- into partnership- Et1mE \V. IorKn? : my (thanks for 'po patronage they have luMowodupon sent him forth here give him further I in- His wrongs were promised redress I kncic where to find him. .". never

WHO tIle establishment while under ruici loris, was most natural.: His and J Israel deliverance .
) ILEs.'l.. ANT) RE FAIL CHARLES ROGERS & Co. my control ; expectations the haunted exile: ---- _
l \' ention GROCER: April 7, lSlt5. and I t&kep1easureinrecotmendingniy successor were not disappointed, and Sinai and went boldly back to his people and Horeba PHUDGK The N.
paid to i _ -
putting family. _ OrleanvTopicsays
up --- to them :
Elf'a1I oH and hhip! 4ore.deet Ftavonri as worthy of their patronage, and solicit: Hoyeb together became the scene of I the aio stood silent and alone in the dc crt.t" I I. PMfly Phour "
%0'Wafer' tr Wn1er. for him a continuance of the custom heretoforeso most 1 wondrous events of Phorty or Phfght, has now
!? street, A N assortment .put received, and for sale hy liberally PsfpnoYn1! ) to in*. Twice had history. The Mount of God needs no oihr r title 1 pliortunatoly phallen to phinal phlat phooted

.\ralarh! cola, 1 'la. A Afov 2f .. ('. AI.LFu-X, DlUggl-l.? JMirchi I j 1 R S. JI."WI.EY. of; P Iloreb been honored by theplfj'ntf to make it Abe f-turth Sacredtotlnttio: 1 I jv'iising l at "phorty nine" without the '

p *IIlI.ic:11- ,: had so ':nnrciatei. .! on hc rarth.( [ AT.: Y. lJJM1.rur. riiroiiT." a:am;i ,) phoicign phoe. **

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Go\'ernmGt English
MAKING A MAJOR GENERAL. [From the N. \ Courier & Enquirer] borrowed the candle with which she watched the Convention, as the nomination of -Pe if;, M"
: Calhoun's
I out in Mr. Reportlfrn'the tently with
pointed perfe.o
d The'recent manufacture Brigadier and The growth and undisguised display of his sick couch. And many a one who has brough was all arranged. We also learned that e *" r* part
Memorial of the Memphis Convention ? American *
had Presidential patronage and power, and the come from the South, or West or East, and odds were oflered to be bet by Mr. B's Government.!? _* 0 t
Generals has one
: Major Washington control arrived at, through that over the fallen into the extravagance and fashion of friends, on his being nominated. With these 4. Are you in favor. of the Sub-Treasury ? Th'e following extract frdfa tub Lndol f I

:' .good effect, at least. It has drawn from legislative business of the country, are be- the metropolis, has been indebted to his facts before us. we penned the article entitled I 0. Are you in favor of an amendment to the ,'i serve to show what England expect ** '
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4 partial oblivion the following anecdote in coming so alarming, as may we hope, brother clerks for his shroud and his coffin. Democratic Convention," published in our paper Constitution, limiting the eligibility of any one hands of Mr. Polk- .t l

-. regard to the appointment Washington arouse the country to some systematic and [Cor. N. E. Puritan. I of the 21st ult. Had we have known the person to the Presidency of the United States to I If wt compare these If rma with the r

4 to the office of Commander-in-chief, at a determined effort to curtail both. Public -- -- -- -- -- of the Convention's labors, we should not four years ? ;Mr.d Polk" onmeasured, and lanluag. repeatfdlv ,

.. : time when: great men were neither few measures are now no longer discussed and COMMERCIAL I ADVERTISER.APALACHICOLA result it. Believing what we had heard, 6. Are you in favor of direct taxation to sup- solemn form, wlh Ih. ,tht of assertion the in Ih "
determined on, in reference to the general have published General Government? the whole territory contained United I
for in
; nor far-.lIetwt'en.Ve clip it from the good or their specific excellence, but in I we deemed it our duty, and our right, to advance I ply revenue dt of the3Omh'1 of Atiutof Mr Buchl

0' Saturday Courier : subordination to the wishes of the administration -I TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1846. I he opinions therein set forth. We still maintainall I We shall expect an answer to these questions, ;! be surprised! that the rmirt U I
and if the candidate is not :a CALHOUN MAN, pacific arrangement has heen fr!
:) "At no period of the Revolution did the or to the programme of a party caucus c= that refers to Mr. Brockenhrough's right to : Cabinet of Mr Polk transferred
I or convention. {!rJ-: The following gentlemen are authorized of Florida, for the and if he is an old fashioned Democrat," he States. to ihe lDal.of Ib'l'
of more the suffrages of the people That body has Mi
Omnipotence apparent
arm l appear
I for the and will Iht
Agents/ COMMERCIAL: : ADVERTISE, himself. If he does
: in behalf of the Thirteen Colonies than in. It is deemed .ill-sufficient now to ensure! rect"itnd advertisements office of Representative to Congress, but we expres will come out, awl speak for 1 tJCutIVe office. It l fo rtfnsihif'?.<
receipt ,
the entUe nnanitnuy with which Washington the successof any measure, tUat it be presented I or ly disclaim any intention, in writing the not, we shall take it for granted, that he "loves {bition' than* ( popular excitement( and rf lirrsnn-1-*
:- any insiituiion of the
his Commander as an administration measure-and : darkness rather than : for a good and.
received appointment of an attack on Mr.I3rockenbrouglm's lighmd as it has more ihan
Street article alluded to making once don
In-Chief her armies. Previous to that when men hesitate, or doubt or seem disposed New York.DAVID character. Should we i I displayed a degree of statesmanlike.bfo"
: private reasn. prud
t'vent.Ihin was comparatively unknown to consult conscience or the interests BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. / I re.Mtlurinn: sufficient tu grasp the ItU(,iOlrr".:?"

: beyond, his own native province of of constituents! or the good of rountry, 'a WM.V CHREVKK, E: h Albany Ga. ever feel called on so to do-should circumstances CALHOUN PARTY. I, al country)', and correct In the abtrdlinni ,of the

Virginia. The shadowing forth of that there i is straightway a mu'ter, in the very JAMES: : WII.SON: Esq.. Fort Games, Gft. ever force on us so unpleasant a duty-- The Southern Journan, the Calhoun organin ted txrClrIVt partisan, xve htvf fl\Hf\ no of Ih.trlamlrion n l.

greatness: ; of purpose design and execution Halls of Legislation, of the minions of power Major JACK HARDMAX: Eufaiila, Ala. we s hal not shrink from it ;-hut we will do it this Statn lays much stress on what it :! -------- !
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.,- _ tnat: has made turn' me I marK and model( to wheedle coax, or threaten, the NOTICE.-All having claims gainst openly. I we have any charges to make, we to be the fact that Mr. Kain is the devoted Unitcjl 8rdr(9 Ipua GiI

of the world" was so feeble tint he halJnc'er doubters into implicit submission. I ,this office, will prrj-ent persons them to J. L. WYMAN: will make them explicitly-so that he who friend vf .11, Calhoun.' I also appeals to theadherents It was well for the peace of ihis
I It i is thns. we have seen, that: in the Tariff that the roontrt
o- universe
it in himself while Gen. -for the
suspected deal in "
the Publisher, and those indebted to the Commercial runs may read -we no equivur.lesnohypcrbolp (f that gentleman to support Mr. KAIN :

Ward in the Eastern Colonies, and Lee, bill, the Land Graduation bill the Warehousing II Advertiser," for subscription or advertising When we arraign a man at the bar for Congress-and in a subsequent paragraph, human race, that they could in thUgency. a
stood forth bill, and others, touching the interests 1mot
in the Southern f.
*.rir' prominently of the whole country, md which I will make payment to him, he being aloneuulhori.d of public opinion, he shall have a fair and open the Journal states its belief to be, that the next LOOK TC TIE SENATE" '1/(]
& : ns brave. and experienced Commanders; and
upon them the eyes of all were turned as have not, actually: nor necessarily, should I to collect the old accounts. statement of the charges we have to make, that Presidential election t.i be carried into the true interests, of the county, and CDtr gft

I! the most fitting persons for the command. not be permitted to bear at all, any mere July 21, 1816.Circumstances. he may have a fair chance to make his defence.We House of Representatives, and that .Ir. Kain, aberration of the nominal rxecutit*.. t
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a. Congress had already assembled and had party character-a drill and array of party which---have- lately transpired---, trust that Anon," whom we are not able if fluted, will cant the vote of FloridatnrCaihemrnof to the Whics in the. Senate, who It t te! 'a,

'- ".+,1 entered upon the work of allaying sectional is constantly resorted to ; their success is render it necessary, that we !should make the following to recognize by any means his communication cmure-it meant no d >ubt, though it opposition to the scheme r.f party triunph:

11r.. interest, for as they were Generals of equal claimed because they are administration avow.,1f the rules\ which our Edito- affords, but whom we hope, and believe, to be a don't say, so.Ve know not what i U the authority! means of a ruinous War! Honrr, to the
measures and members who not be by !
f gnide: it seemed a nicely balanced question ; may gentleman, and it i is because we think him such, : dendent Democratic who
( of the JnurnaJfaT claiming Mr. KAI* as a political i Senafvrf., nobly r
ronvinced of the fitness thereof are required rial career will governedWe
ti to which should receive the ippointmenleach have noticed his article) willd us the justice !! attachment to party, when their
we of 'S We rnk fi.r
{, section naturally fueling jealous of by their party fidelity not to hold buck but shall write on any subject, that may appearto adherent( :f C\ti, Country'swas wri
': to give their support, at rate and underall discassion of to retract his as ertion, or furnish the authorityon its authority ? What dot'Mr KAIN say to this? : at stake. S long as it nfirjues
}- its richls, felt anxious for the honor. Then any Us, to call (tor our remarks: -a : 1 tlbr"
circumstances, to check the executive which it i is made. I it vas that John Adams, the master spirit which, may seem tons likely to benefit the societyin i a I! Wl Lt
... of the time, stepped) forth ; he alone of the lemands. At the moment of close and critical which we live, or the party to which we be- There i is one ether remark of" A non' whichit ii :1'h'a: the case. The Juitrnal i is in :I exclaim, u LOOK TO THE SENATE! "

inhabitants had fixed his : voting the Heads of Departments he well to notice-it is the allegation, KAIN'S I
three million of I of long.V ? shall examine the qualifications for may etrecial ccstacy on I the oca.iof (>if Mr. |! THE PRINCE OF MOROCCO.I .
; !t as if directed by unerring wis-loni, sponsible according to the construction that none but rr'iiz-s/zar'e made attacks on the the !
eye. upon himself nomination<< while the f'CpiH'S I. What has become rf the .
office of man, who as a GRA\D
Jack ,
1 I the constitution established by Gen. : any presents ':or :'
another until the
and never moment for character of Mr. We
I"t private it
suit-only to the President! ; the Executive candidate for the stifirapres of ourselves and our Brcanbo7gh news with a'ry 1 luguhrions \'iil"f, thfIth EMPEROR OF MOROCCO'S PRIME
action arrived had he communicated his : fl.1
have been differently informed. We h have ,
..1'" thoughts to a human; being. On the I.Jth Printer more immediately and unquestionably fellow-citizen.; in so doing:, wo will never permit avows its dftermination to support the nomination i i. Is he com pit-tins: hi* education ? He m'I

day of June 177G he invited) his cousin his tool was seen in the lobbies and on ourselves to make an unjust attack on the some made by Democrats, (on what evidence -it evidently does so, though, with a bad pretty strong rffcrt to e*>t HELP, in the :sJap ,
the floor of the (House watching: intently we know not)-we have head that a member of'the The the Floridian is .
ill Samuel AI].UIH, to a walk. Early in the private character of any gentleman-we hold grace. disappointment! impertinent question, calling t
morning they walked up Sixth-street, to the varying vole and applying, it may not that to be sacred, and not to be wantonly assailed. Democratic Convention brought before that evidently induced by another cau-je, than sympathy .I of the General Government, for informatior\\

what is known discussing be doubled, the lash or ihe lure, to any ,, body a charge, of improper pricate conduct': ', en for BROCKENBROUGH. No doubt the fieri- of
: i now as Franklin-square But at the same time, should a man present him- !imo-t xvhich, Mr. Benton rid- him inlij<

the great public affairs with which weak What or lagging brother.of outraged right would self before the people, as a candidate for theirstf1'r2es the part of Mr. Brockenbrough. But whatever dian views the nomination of a Calhoun man, :: castic stJIf. could be obtained by IcokirjpnJ .

they were exclusively occupied and then, an outcry be the fact, as to the authors of charge, Convention ;
may with the resolution of the ,
coupled Library Congress and that
have been heard from the whole-so called who has been guilty of violating the J none of it wo j

thoughts for the first, and turn revealed;, he gave to language his cousin to his his democratic press if under the rule of John laof the country, or the rishts of society, we charity demands it should not be credited on laud i tlr)of Mr. CALHOUN, as ominous for POLE I I i be of any use xvh n elbained. But thu ,..

such had hen witnessed the mere assertion of the accuser-and until Mr. for second so far as Florida i is than
Adams a nothing
At tin; first glance' his policy Q. things shll feel bound to Lrintj his ofionres in array before prospects t"rl more risjht-that as the Lncislitof
"" ''' purpose. il I the in his interest had constantly B. has had time, and opportunity to dl.ftnd him concerned.If Florida had
: papers sent Mr. Enlee
was strongly: repudiated ; however, his reasoning him. When we intend so to do, it will be to the Senate
t1 i urged upon Congress the success of particular self. Thi is no more than carrying out the axiom ii Calhoun the old Democratic the
was so cogent! and conclusive that done openly.. \Ve will make no covert attack, Mr. KAIN a man, I United States to complete hicda lt-.

he succeeded in exacting a promise from : bills, not because of their general importance nor no inuendo-leavn nothing to be understood that every man is to be deemed innocent party may have some qualms of consciencein I I! that the Senate should find him in bnd ii.: tj
and value the nation because
':1t. Samuel to second the nomination he intended the Administration"to desired, but it-- I We shal endeavor, at all times, to be. ''foliis et until his guilt is proven. voting for him when they read Mr CALIIOUN'S Ii i rather think the I King of the East. ," as he

to make that (day and to move an immediate I mtdax'' faithful and in the opinions on Infen-al Improvement, and look at stxled, find" himself"*nt of hi*
the nay more if the Secretaries: of the Departments to our ru" fearles--* THE DEMOCRATIC) (: NOMINATION.We el'ment

to talk adjournment the matter, to over enable among them members had openly attended at the decisive) discharge of it. We shall never shrink from the have heard the secret history .of this affair.It the clausi( in his [...uni Graduation/ Hill, giving the I His Cuba.Annexation" Resolution-aidtl !
selves. lie accordingly I arose in his place moments to watch the fortune of the votes handling of any proper subject, in proper manner seems members from the Middle found that lands, \.hiirh remain tin-old: alter a certain term I foolish questions which ;.e wanTed the Senate

;.. ,{ and commenced great speech lie spokeof to entourage, to de.ter, or to reward at need, We shall, at all times call tninpi by their nocKJBROUGJ could not succeed, and they of years, to the States. respectively, in which I have answered fer him, raised such z !langh :

.,._ the crisis that had been forced upon the those who might (fail or seem to fail in their right names. When xve are sure we art*right being opposed to a candidate from the East, pro- they I lie.The i t the Senator's expense, that le has hidden: 1

::: colonies! the importance of a Chief to rally devotion.It I is I for serious and we shall c.o AHEAD" posed to withdraw: ROCKE. B.OUGH, if the sri:of the t times" clearly ipI ic'ltf that 1 diminished head" ever since. Fn.m that lie
a matter
;,;..i upon, and the necessity of choosing one reflection that when in monarchical mortifying If in the course of our Editorial career, we EastoulJ withdraw BRONMJN, and let the West Mr. CALHOUN, and 4iis party, will not lent; adhere thc centleman has taken ip; l-is, pi-siticn I!
,. suited to the occasion ; Ihpn, in the most like England a Sovereign's name cannot should offend any man, without a cause, and unjustly nominate the candidate- This was agreed to. to the Democrats. He oppr-sed them on the I Sleepy Ht.loTht truth is, the Set \

y, eloquent and graphic manner in such he Chieftain.describedthe be invoked in Parliament as in favor of wound his feelings, we shall ever be ready, The whole plan was arranged out of doors,duringa Oregon question He i is in favor of Internal Improvement I felt he was in the xvrong box, he was corks

.;, .. After qualities he hail necessary concluded, he paused a ami enquired any proposition, without a breach of privilege if convinced we have: done wrong, to repair the recess of the Convention. They then met in lie is in favor of giving the whole of his deficiencies, and he was afraidttherpapil

: Have we such an individual ? I and calling down immediate censure- injury. We shall ever hold ourselves ready to the house, Mr. BROCKKNBROUGH'S and Mr. of the public lands: to the States in which they I would find him out, if he did not have SJeth

:;: .," answer we have ; a member of our ownbody tll(. name and wishes of the President and meet any responsibility which may attach itselfto BRONSON'S names were withdrawn, "as, had been lie-a worse heresy by far, so the Democrats to say as other Senators. He should have takl

'j) !" He I then proceeded :-1 I nominate of his administration, are habitually introduced our present! position and to dn, as an Editor, previously done with respect to that of YOVGE. think, than the plan of distribution ')(the pro.ceeds I warning: of the fate of an animal, xvlo, like t eel

.,: a t Comtmnd':r-in-Chief of the Armies of i into Congress, to influence the votes what we have ever been able to do as an individual ), there being no name before the Convention, I of the sales ol the lands among all the I I rtvcrend Stnator, was aribitious-the said I}
of its members.
the thirteen Colonies, GORGE WASHINGTOJC With the extension of the and protfct ourselves in the exercise of our and the whole matter having been previously Stales, in proportion to their population He is I mil wanted to pass himself (.f for a lit;

.. Virginia.. country just opposed to the Democratic Tarilr Bill just passed, I whose skin he had dressed himself thefrj
the increase of its wealth and commerce is rights. cuiicocted out of doors, Mr. KAI.V was nominated up,-

: : others. It,j is had a lid been thai deeply Washington interested, with throughout all the"E' fearfully increased the patronage of the Executive Having thus premised our intentions to do jus- and unanimously voted for. and only voted for it, because he liked it better I ception succeeded very well, but he wa x I
and at the moment the nomination ; while the difficulty getting alongin tice to others, we shall exact from all men a strict Speaking the unanimity of the Convention, than that of the Whigs. He condemned the War satisfied-he thought that if he did ntt roan

being made, and hii rye fixed intently upon life occasioned in part by the grea accession obsen'acl of our own rights. There are men the Southern Journal says :-" I i, a prowl with Mexico, and thinks it was brought; about wl as t is new associates, he should bested -|*'

.4 the speaker expecting to hear either the of population, renders that patronage among the Editorial faternity, (we say it with compliment to .that gentleman (Mr. KAIN) thaton 'mnece sJily. His feelings! towards the present of not being a real Simon Pure ; he f I

...... : name of Wan! or Lee pr'1nounced-lmt greatly more available than heretofore, sorrow) who are retrained hy no sense of decency the first ballot after his name was submitted, administration. are summed up, and expressed; his jaws and essayed to do sc-\h< reuHi ni
control the wills and ofmen.
( when his own was given instead, he darted to therefore voles influence It is j frO a disgracing their columns with lowPt'rsonal he was nominated by the C B.NIIO'S'otf' of the there i is: no doubt, in t the remark i Ibis fricn'?and melodious bray betrayed his asinine 3fc
essentially! a corrupting ,
-;! '; from the Hall with the speed of thought which masters the conscience through the I ah-.ise; men who, when lu.y cannot an- Conx-ention." What sort of a compliment is coadjutor- I McDUFFIE-made on a late occasion Eulte thought,he would do orign

indeed rise. the He whole was the House last man was thought taken by of sur-in necessities of the party approached ; and I sxver argument by argument, deal in personalities; meant, when the adjective PROUD i is prefixed( to that it became every friend of the country talize hin, ef. The plan adolted3'a fanw

; <' that; connection and had a bomb shell suddenly thus those who should be the guardians of I men who would out do the patience of Job ; men th4 noun compliment, we cannot divine ; but we to take ground agiinst the Administration: ," as that of the fellow who burned down the rt!;

('' descended and burst in I their midst it the people's rights, and their champions' iviio have even provoked castigation from the think the history( of the Conx-ention's unanimity, and he further said "h should do so on the firstoccasion. of Diana at Epheatu-it succeeded however

j< could not have produced half the conster- against Executive usurpation are corrupted: I reverend clergy.. With such men, forbearance which we have given will prevent Mr. KAIN I ." procuring notoriety for the Senator

:.-; nation created) by the nomination. with the people's own money and with the ceases t to be virtue.. They can only be ruled by from feeing so very much complimented thereby, We have not a doubt but that .Mr Calhoun not of that character which Senators gen I II
trusts offices created for their benfit and
",;;?; Samuel Adams ;promptly seconded the not for or the purchase! of a their fears-examples which they have.had near unless his vanity is of t that kind that i fe easily will be in opposition to the Administration in I acquire-we may safely say, that an tl
,.::: 1 motion and moved: an adjournment, which Executive supporters.At ( mercenary corpsof home--ol' a person, rel)i log l on his privilege as ai*I ucI.lid. lei>s than two years. I States Senator i is not often an object ofdensa
was this officer of a Couit i-f Justice, as a member of t .[
precise 1 juncture I This flourish the of the Southern
The subject was fully discussed! ad interim it seems emphatically h on part LOOK TO THE SENATE !" BRIbERY( AND CORRUPTION'

i.'.). and) the next diy: they came together << a duty to bring this} : topic to the consideration Uar lot instance, availing himself the protectionso Journal about unanimity is a part of the same This was the factious cry of the o4 40's raised Many of the States. require members elect;!

and unanimous conferred the of the country, for all our inter afforded, to make an attack on an individual of the Democrats :
command) UM-d
deceptive by that
,, system clap-trap, to suspicion in the breasrsof the People, t the State Legislature to swear tbeitoj
: .-Inixv ests periled by what we cannot but look in the Court house, before whose frown engender
wisely after-event h. ve demonstrated indignant
all the
on ocaion', to gull people. A not bribed electors by gifts, treating,1Where ]
of the aui patriotism) of that body which money &
a -upon GEOI.GEV ASIll GTO .*' upon, as undue exercise of Executive authority he would afterwards crouch, out of doors, likft! a leaf out of the book be found in that purity .
same may there i i.s diction carried by menu
I and all of which are i is their onl\ ark ol safety, when the Marats and
I unscrupulously
craven and be made In swallow his words. Suchan of the Address of the wherein
and pars Convention, '!hrect bribery in of the above wa}S9 tberf
unhesitatingly: endorsed by Dantons of the DenH-ratiC party seek to dtug I any
party 1
CANAL: ACROSS Till ISTHMUS PI.NAMA. example has encouraged a similar
OF cowardly We the and I
Mr. votes in Congress and party support without they say; :- Delegates HepT'srntati'es the country with an unholy and a bloody war.- lAity controlled by PRCMISISOK APP011T3It: I Iornc
Gitrella. an engineer sent out course in persons, who think the character of of the Democratic of Florida of
,-strengthened and party We had ot" this mode p]
kept together a sample
To to seethe
from France hJ1.. Guizot gain a party triumph, are willing }
to survethe Editor, a e for unbounded licence of abue tll'Y
Aground( for a ship canal across the Jsfhmusf tint: parly is, by the secret u&e of Executive and Iri\'il DRoUGHT TOGETHER DY TIm VOICE OF THE blood of their fellow-citizens, shed by foreign utica warfare during the first State election.
a against punishment Should
l. has made ,fiat rummage. any PEOPLE INTHE1R PRIMARY'!EMBLIES." TjIE of title which There are not many offices ol importances !
The actual war with Mexico, is wholly such attack he made on us, we shall not respect, VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Rather the voice of emolument in this the vf
: '- government on the subject, which has been in its t they knew 10 be untenable by reason and argument. ci.unty, in gift elt
.4. condensed by the Journal of the Franklin without origin an Executive war-provoked 'for an instant, any such' S suictuary.. We shall I the army of ollice-hollers-the voice of the asses Well may the People"Look to the the State or the General. Government. There]

Institute. From this consulting Congress. never make time columns\ of Ill. paper a scene of who to their heads into Senate. bird
summary we obtain The destiuctiori of the Tariff, is called are trying poke the pub- By the firm, uj.riiil t Coure ot the (iloriousTlmirtyEigii' a few that are profitable-some that are j
the following farts gladiatorial warfare with such individual'
: any
; lic crib. t
for as a compliance with an Executive Members ol that illustrious assemblage worth having-aid: there are others, that
Y ,.. The canal: is ;proposed to be run from made before one need expect to see in this paper a reply t The consummate impudence which dictatedthe : honor thfj
": pledge Mr. Polk became Pre- they were preserved from war and sought after, because of the little
,. ly Chagrcs to Panama on on Atlantic the Pacific ocean, southwardly sident. The Land Graduating bill which any abuse heaped on us by any such }!ditor.+/ sentence we have quoted, is as conspicuous, all thedirecalamities! that in its train"- supposed to confer. The Democratic appIDII
; ocean a casts away the patrimony of the nation-the Should uch unpleasant events occur, we shall as the language is and insufficient to convey -
!"iy'l of 47i miles. The mean level of the vague a war which would have raged during many toafew of the latter nareanld

ti P.icifie at the terminus of the tin" i is 9j feel rich inheritance of our children's children consider them matters personal to ourselves, in the idea designed to beexpresscd. I will beperceived years and in eu-ry quarter of the Glubc"theevil of doing the same part by their offices, thai \

-.Jj: above that of the Atlantic, the highest tides -is urged and upon) when Congress by like considerations which the public have no concern-an accountto i that the word met or convened"is produced bid, .\\uld! be fell in lands tide did by his, of Scavenger of .Athens,to\!
; member halls "
be settled with the offender !
:. in the latter rising 20 feet, and in the former any or out of doors i to make sense of the The order t1
: elected
'" heMtates, I the official organ is i there to whip necessary passage. where the name If 1 America: was u Iknown"-in he had been maliciously m

,: only 16 inches. him in by public fl.l gt'llarion, and the official A writer who signs himself whole address is studded over with offences order that aspirirg demagogues might gratify grade .
The Anon
intervening ground is by no means editor and the various Secretaries attend il a a til!>t grammar, and against all rules of composition their thirst liar pt.wer and I.IUdu.bldck n tn i is: well known, that the a.p srb'
level and a thorough cut cannot be communication, in a certain print in
'. plished. The ground.) accom in person the balloting of Congressto ; this State publ.her : -but it chaffy} sins against common sense. would fight on the C'lat t of Coromandel and red office are a numerous l hot every w lure,but 1*
gradually rises from on the subject of attacks that have
that the :
of "
see party do their duty. We shall advert to it more particularly hereafter. each hv the lakes of North the Democrats, their "name l
each and in men scalp other gieat among :
ocean meets a summit of 460 But it be been made on the private character of Mr. Brock- .,
n: feet above the may said in signalizing the If the persons who called that Convention together Fn such of the humanrace The expectatHDsof Treasury fap,.
Pacific at the distance of 10 refers Anu'rica. :m a scourge I glorinu!
'. above, why uot also signalize the ? enbrough, to the Editor of this paper in
''.,J< : miles from it. ;Mr. G.irelh: purposes to reduce That it belongs to the body) of the remedy peopleto the following wo.ds- compose( the entire Democratic body, trulyit we have bets \.td bv the firm phalanx in I Senators Levy and Wtstcott had UU I?
the summit to a height of 135 feet I is more shorn of its fair proportions than we when Ihe bentfiUovenrtnent o5t
:: Our the Senate, who despite < f the thunders of their them, descanting on
apply. duly, as a sentinel is done If he should desire a few more of the same,
'fI:( above the sea, by a tunnel miles in length when we give the alarm, proclaim the tenor arid effect, I advise him to subscribe to the in our most sanguine moments conceived it to be. Jupiter Tonaus" (Alieii-in cQ.tCmpt of the had whetted their appetite"

\., and to overcome the remaining: elevation by danger. and tell the country that their best Jlpalachicola Advertiser, or apply to a Mr. If no other Totes are cast for Mr. KAIN than I growling and menaces of the GO\'ernlelt Or- dou I ly-they were as rJverous .ohd-andJ

,?J 'means and 18 of 3ft lift the locks northern 18 upon line the of southern interests and rights are bought and sold by Davis, of that cityfor the latent edtiioi\\ of per those of the persons who brought together the gan-with a determined disregard of the popular so, that the pleasures they were to eflj0)).
upon sumS Hun. Win. H. Brockin-
S .1. mite The tunnel is to he through rock, in the-corrupting aided the use of blind the Executive patronage I SOlaclarlc', to ogaiml li in his potsession, and ready Convention by ** THEIR VOICES WHEN" IN THEIR .. clamour, fanned by the hireling prints, who excited -I inexpressible delight of being relieved friin

: the form of a Gothic arch, its height being of by unquestioning fanaticism for the press, ti be publMud in pamphlet. forth;! PRIMARY ASSEMBLIES CONVENED, We the country by inflammatory appeals based share of that curse ol Adams posteritY

121 feet : party spirit. This Mr Davis is the present Editor of the have an easy victory in the coining battle. hall false the
..; and its extreme width, with a towing If the Whig on statements of our C tille -excitement earning of their bread by !\eat 0
at will
press large re-echo this '
path 614 feet. By this reduction of alarm so that the be I. Advertiser.: hope for, nay, we confidently anticipate, a !: raised, .to prepare the hearts of the People for brow"-and their being fed instead (ul

..'i/ the summit an ample supply of water may; the work will be If may not the aroused halls of, We are at a los: to imagine on what authority re plt. We believe none, but those who called j j j war," a said the blustering Allen ot" Ohio I PUBLIC CRIB-were delights that thtjD b.

;1 be obtained, and a the above extract was penned. Whatever the Conven;i"n. will vote for its nominee. We''
thorough cut subsequently h
may Congress will continue to be dishonored by may ; the notice had passed the Senate in the same form tofore, been strangers to-.distance :le

:: be substituted at au increased expene. the lirinki'rhoffs and Rathbuns of party, be the authority, the assertion that \ have prepare trust to thf good sense of the people of Florida, ': that it came from the Hi'use, war would in all chantment to the view.' They -

and to he desrecated by the or are in anywise cognisant of any personal to prevent their being gulled into the support ofa human aifidtl; t
: is impure tamper- probability have follmved. Read the were, felt theH dressed up'
The canal
# I' proposed to be made suitable ing of Executive agents.A attack intended to be made on Mr. Brockeribrough's candidate. they had no hand in nominating ehe tie! '
: of Sir Robert on
for ships of 1200 tons burthen. The i speech Peel made on resigning, and authority, and some of them, |
private character, as alluded to above, man unknn-.vr:, to fame," well them !
: ai as to it will be seen, that the clltr of elf such fantastic r
lock chambers are to be 210) feet long, and \VORD j compromise by the election, I cut
I 46i feet wide. The widlh of the canal in Northern TO has OFFIcE hEKIRS.-1f any is without foundation, and devoid of any semblance nominated by a Convention, gotten up by a !| him tendeied, would not have been made, but before High Heaven-as made angtl yr
man; any idea seeking officein of truth. If any such design as that indicated few intriguers, who have the impudence I!, 1'
to style
the bottom will be 66 feet, at the surface this city let him heed and I that the Senate amendment enabled the Ministry God easy men," they thoughtlksoon
4. my in the above extract existed, it was un- themselves .the Representatives of the Demo-
of the water 184 feel and with Iblk
\ a depth remain, at home. The Navy Department to propose terms settlement without sacrificingthe to have their bIus1iinghOfl0"

23. It is computed that the xvork will ocCUpy has nearly thirty applicants for each officein known .lo us. cratic party in Forida"nd, the hardihood to honor of Great Britain.Ve thought," said them-they thought, souls, their
; 10 years in its completion, and cost its gift. A clerk is employed whose Betwetn Mr. Brorkenbrough and the writer of affirm, that they were brought together by the Sir Robert Peel, .the addition of these words was ., full surely ripening," but the "tn i

.M-4"Ii' 25 millions of dollars. whole business it is to cndorseaud file those this article, the relation of co-members of the voice of the people in their primary assemblies." (the Senate amendment) by those high authorities came a killing frosf."

You same Bar has always existed, without Jtn'osThe
applications. anything
may judge somewhatof QUESTIONS THE DEMOCRATIC the expression of a hope that the termina- election was over-the party ha
DEATH or CAPT. PAGE.-We regret sincerely their number. What i is true of this, is occurring to excite ill will on our part, and we FOR T tion of the convention the ed-where the I spoils"_t e "C
might more were
"; to anounce that we have learned true of every other department of the Gene- harbor none towards him. His riatpe was announced 1. Are in favor of strongly wortbj .
you diminishing
Executve.. impress upon the two countries the necessity of which had kept these I
C pfaio; Whipple, of the steamer Mea ral Government. Over 1UO
on a candidate for and
dora armed from St. a Congress, we were Patronage, by taking from the & the : an amicable thought these ( "Alas! put not your trust in P 'D
.. ; yesterday morning an averrage. are made for each vacancy.As .- assured adjustment-wE expressions together
by a leading Democrat, friendof t
a of
; Louis, that Capt. Page breathed his last on soon as it is known (hat a man is sick his poltic. power removing officers, unless for good removed any barrier to a renewal by said Solomon. I 0, how wretched is

the steamer Misto&ri, at the mouth of (he physician is consulted as to (the probable Mr. B.'s. who derived his information from a cause-and by providing that alUifficew shall be either country of the attempt to settle this dif man that hangs on princes' favors 1* sd I,

1 Ohio the 13th inst. His remain chance of his former leader of the party-now high in office- held for a certain period, and ) J
on were getting well, and then as to during good beha. ference." e'en a most (to use a Yankeym a

carried to Si. Louis. One blessing was the aJlJllic nt's chance of filling the vacancy.A who had lately travelled through the State, that viour ? The amendment of the Senate, to the House Solomon. was found on counting

rouchsafed to this brave man. In his last clerk in the Post Office Department died, Mr. B. would he nominated by the Convention by 2. Are you in favor of giving the Public Landsto bill, brought about an immediate offer of settlement there were I more guests invited l the

moments, he had the consolation of having a few weeks ago ; his salary was from twelve acclamation. We also learned, that one of the the States in which lie after certain to
I they a and produced an amicable adjustment of spoils, than there were g\o;
bis young, devoted, anti affectionate wife to fifteen hundred dollars per year; yet all delegates from this county had written back from number of ? t
years the difference that tickets had been I'
threatened break into to
with him his I I to out up ; more
furniture was mortgaged, and his wife Tallahassee that it 'jsclcs for him *rr
to to
was v
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-- working of the hill il it should become a to make i sbrewd temporal ruler in addition 1 unti they have been approved and con- uplands, however no material injury can and alrt till. This must be our rule.' **-
;; .ho had been promised a result unless the weather should be of How does this .
strikingly with
1I1r "' xf i law, will doubtless be agreeably mistaken. to the functions of his spiritual office. by the President at Washington.One .- wet contrast theadministration
-4P1: rn We he had a blank.ra of this of his defence has much longer continuance. These remarks in this The
out too One effect of it will be to prevent the ex- The previous habit character passage reported party country
found ant
DID ITS WORE, the election ce sire and too enterprising domestic competition Pontiff credit to judgement and impartiality been commented on with admiration by all will apply we believe, to the whole cotton claim of protection to our own industry

1tt the rot'O mt'anF of it. What did the com. which, if nothing had been done of the Conclave which elected in the camp ;at Matamtnos.: He said. that region of the south." against that of England i hr ridiculed' ;-ihe

era CJrrl." dJtJppolote natter :' They could with the tariff at the present session: was him. in the performance of the act fur which he very principle of defending uue/vt/ against
ft.Ie CoNGREss-In the Senate on the Bin. in l., the commercial and
o few tried rashness believe manufacturing(
: was or we -
pjaIflS' by new promises. preparing to enter the field against existing precipitancy hostility
kept In the racw still kept ID ex- est..blishmpnts.Iany [From the N. O. Com. Times.) -he "did not see the numbers of ihe Mr. Hannegan's resolution calling upon the of othitr nations I.H.derideii!: and rre :rf constantly -

be bet" T'i'wardcJ-lome are of these mantif.ictnring establishments! will doubtless be FROM THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION enemy ; all hp siw was .the lExIC.'L'G I President of the United Slates for copies of exhorted to follow the example' of

,have n0 r brio; raid-: saved from ruin tha of this bill." By the arrival of the steamship James L. WAVING OVER: AMERICAN' SOIL : was the orders. if any have been given, to Gen. England and scritrc our own industry and
of a disappointed by passage ml
CCpid Dot thf' pitt'oUS moans came into port on Saturday wiling to risk his own life in an attempt to Taylor since the battles/ of the 8th and 91h our own trade, to profit and her poliir'
a snti? tirIh. wherer6ef4 lahic :May, to advance Mexico or otherwise cal and commercial
ker ,tr\'iJlI' to get. ar- In regard to Mr. DALLAS vote on Brazos Santiago the lothinst. cut it down upon ascendancy.

ld?Lice,' without work, excite" our contempt, Warehouse bill. the Philadelphia Sentinel t., we have intelligence from ihe army Dr. Daniel lcPhai Surgeon: of the controlling the movements of the Army, wasrrjrcied [IV.: 1": CUUT. -If' En, .

tot\ conepaSi0fl. But the very1iture four days later thnti ihat last received. Tennessee a native of r'rn" .
cur {
..t mo\" (one of the oldest most uniform and The Senate then rook the Land Bill. CAPTAIN E.S. HAWKINS. U.S.A.-Thi
it ClI\, re-ie-K shows: that they want The utmost activity prevails at Brazos dire! on the evening of the 13ihin I np :
of tht ir able of the :. in Pennsylvania The amendment of Mr. Calhoun, with the gallant officer who has won imperbhable
sake alone- Do they seek supporters p rty and Point Isabel in forwarding the volunteers -*I., and was buried! with military honors.

tf (frnolume t barren honors are to be ) thus speaks :- as they arrive, toward the main body the next day. He had been for some timein ; exception: of the cl iU5e authorizing the cession fame by hi, gallant d.frnce of Forl Bron,
but and h
f1ou.l.t of the public lands after nine to respectfully (declined to surrender' it
re which is years
of Gen. TAYLOR'S ill I
concentrated hea'tlvIt
We much diSsatisfied
t to march toe confess that we are army
permission very on the of"
Do thry with Vice President DALLAS, who, in the environs of Matamoros. The is aid; that there are some emissaries the States within which they rE respectively score humanity is now al the
jpinfd': to mount the imminent lie was and the finally ordered City Hott. He is a narive of the froma
field adopted ciry
.tent it : his casting vote to talc Louisiana vovlunteers are moving toward about "J :tamoroInll are endeavoring fo hil
al'Ppars.'e .
bread and a"tdttT' I We
breach an d."> a soldier's Warehouse, (bill in the Senate.We the camp a little above that city where the induce such of the Mexican soldiers who 10 be engrossed-yeas nays 20. After understand he i is oo his

.eldl f.L'P, b to\\ed \th !the approving published and circulated in Philadelphia : Washington and CuI Dakins' regiments were wounded on the Bill, and} 9ih '\1 ay. and action upon some private bills, which were way to Boston the recruiting service.
seek a disru; ?.ed t length the Seriate adjourned.In [N. : Courier .
? No they Enquirer.CONSISTEECY.
.-tet1)! ) roantij some handbills a few na\s before' are stationed. TIl Jackson regiment are recu\erea, to rejoin their regiments at 19. f

r.r.1 1e (1f a .loth-they' prefer to be the creaL1e the flection of 1 ?44. to show the imporlallceof left for Rpynoso, to join (Col. \\''l'ull'scomm Monterey. fhc H'JUSC. three hours were spent in .-Loco Foco
IIi t ttured 1h1c crushedtv nd the under in fine health and vvranglirijr, over the resolution of the day consistency
be the 9th arc
breath liable to h.iving a Via President from Pennsylvania on corps: Tlepoop. eageror
oan-* ant i is understood
a veal. -Iwuriy trembling for as it virtually gave tier three Senatorial Cal Davis: moved upward from Barita on the elnpaif: now opJ niug. The river previously intended to compel the ;presence now 23 the principle of sticking
....... !t\l" fmwn 10th replaced at ,! from downward. of members. I Il! appears to he impos ib e to together.
ITlI. fJ\'nr-\\'nb no manly opinions of votes ; the Vice( president always uit- the inst. The latter were i. failing! nipiifly Reyno
teat a 1 ,s of las," of party ing when his vole would tell.Ve little Barita b the Tennessee regiment, lately ar- The 7th Inlaniiy; were supposed to be at keep the members in their seats during the -- -- b
the n 're } transaction of business and so has
f1Wn-'lut thought then that one of his votes would be rived. Camargo on the 15th il t., and no doubt i is great EXPORTS.
t tif mould" of party form. They There about fifteen that CM.! [ command from I the t\'j become that the public interest, NEW YURK-PrE brig Morea-532
.._tt.t' to take UPI bill which is only one l hy ano- are now thousanc expressed Havs's bart cot
f3I e ther.flves that they may be exalted iher name to repeal the tariff. Mr.I DALLAShas men at the disposal of Gen. T A i-LOR. all San Antonio has joined t them there. greatly suffer while the expenses of Congress _

II s" rbuf they are ready to do by no means met the public\ expectations anxious to commence active campaign. There have been no accounts from Mc continue increase. On the Tin. an tengit J

;IJ offirf'r a rNt man for it-all i grit thatEl nor i< ihis the only subject upon Unluckily for the ardor of our gallant Culloch's Ran-jers since they passed; Rey order was passed by a minority of be. time L1LkJ! ,

t..or,17', ill." which he has given cause of offence. countrymen; there has been a sudden rise nnso. (I the 7th itsi: ,). It i* I imagined I I, from House that the absent members re-
COD&t, irerAD ; that tnofc place on Jackson's in the Rio Grande. which has extensively the well known cArl! character of that officer quired to make their appearance, and ren l'Ul T Al'ALACliiCOLA. . ..August 4.

nrrnrrt'nf'e the character of these \.. lcDurFJE.-The Washington correspondent overflowed its banks. There i is quite an inundation -. that he has penetrated; as far as Monterey tIter an ex use for their delinquency., On -
illustrate* I the Sib the r-bentees rallied and! denounced
:I'H'ln' from the mouth considerabledistance either rFf'oun'litPrin2.
to a : or acting on
frot jll'h'll"r .i the C'Ut' A certain w orthj' wh of the Boston Atlas writes :- up the stream. This has. I in i i he offensive, if lie flrthe t occasion tempting Hit action of the body' as reckless and, unconstitutional Ni-w Juy! 21 Schr. Eej.rth Caroline: Morton, for
II ekr"inn, f"r ldL't'tn Mr. McDcFFiE told with his own Urlal
the me the
dur" : ,
11o 'Y' deranged the plan of fieri.; the in the tri recou.irer.c !"chr
1\:: great measure, or disparity not too great >dtita Roa. uIon, for New Orleans.!
i : t Washinct'in to ask for his lips, tint it had become the duty of every T., as he will probably! ; be obliged to wait force to which he may find himself op vote, and reversed the ) Spea Jul!) 3..Brig .o'f'a, C\ady, furNrvr York,

H'lt.lf',! \\.ird.( He first jjtphfd fllr a seat conservative statesman to take ground against time subsiding of the \\'aters hf'fure a regular. posed. JWe ker. The resolution was then wiihdriwu.! ; :'> Xoar", Stt.nCo.,
rr told the! selection ) is made toward unaffected) glad to hear of the and} leave was asked to offer a new one, and -
but was the recklessness of the Administration and move Monterey.We are 1d1 Ur' I. 1-o-"L; A.\ PIT
tnl' be made Foreign to from the American I subsidence of the river will! ,that was to classify and publish the ahsen '
thn a-ked to are sorry rapid ; our army nl'
lip do it the first occasion that
he meant to on
t l\tf T' Caliectir i:'., <>!i to the end Flag of the lOt Ii inst.. that broils ant' disputes now move with celent fees at the close nflesls..iun of Congress. Nathaniel Hooper, JXxpy, f27 tons, fur Xantj.
the Mexicanand ;
rl'' between The Alabama brought with her
) are so common: some
i- aU the office he had '\r heard Henry, dlt"r. 4:54: tons, lor Liverpool, IOI -
of I I't' it', :, ni f our volunteers ; Maiamnros., It sohtIi'r t* in ill h'-alth.; fnt hither f for a change MI receive this resolution. Yeas, 71, nay FrrJ E Degas.Dissolution.. niL
tJt" lie IW !put "ff In the'm'f ARRIVAL UF TIlE CA: IURI\. 1
t Id" 0' bPI" seems that gieat l n.aluahle: lives h.l\ of air, to accelerate I their i recovery. :6.SUI.h __ .
11 ).'Jtf 3J "vm (;'II'Irl there wvn none The steamer f'ambrii: reached the wharfat been lost on both sides in this manner. A is the Congress which prides itself' -

: ,At ;:3't he hwa1 to .impair, and finally'. Boston at 7 o'clock )tt-rday evening young American soldier was assassinatednear MEXICO.: -Later Sews by the Princeton. upon having: waged a successful war Ulo C<>partnrs.'u: !< t'r..tll'.rl' e.\i,'Mruj Undef

IiiI1; BP tf' the White i!(uef ar.daid veryGMtiaf. bringing) dates from Liverpool to the 4thiiM t the office of the Amfriran Flag on llu \\.e find the following items of news from I the industry of m the nation. It is but THE. firm uf SANFORD & LL'lT.'is thu.iav

LeWert :_h hate you any OLI I inclusive fifteen days Liter than our 9m h 1 inst ; his i throat had been cm t; and lu Mexico, a fortnight, later than those I hat t the rneii who are striving tn beggar lh'' dissolved i b\ ciatu.. cmsjnfTHOMAS

plM trJI!: u..ilnj"pf" !. _.". If ome( of the. previous advices. Through the Magnetic hid been stabbed to the lieait se\'erallimfs...1 just mechanics and laboring men of the (;country J. SANFORD.M. .
r.r.THt" y..l1 In" .'L' '00' : -- Tel4 rranli we are enabled; thus e.irlv. tom TAYLOR :; last received m lie Mobile Herald \.' Tribune should also be willing pocket their eishi M. 1L'iT.Apaieucr.ilAlLmIn .
that -- General is represented to regarc: .
.I.. \." ..",til lt."r: \\ait until" they ztt at lay; ; befoif; our readers the (nllowing -utntnaiy these affrays and catastrophes with much of the 23 I iusf. : dollars per day while loafing about the Fe 3, 134G. 30-tf

t L'f'" r',\'il cutie ikwn to OLD CLOTHES of news : concern and is doing all I he po -ibly cal t f The D. .y. steamship Princeton, Com. feral city, ;ani:f neglecting la further the Aoticc.r'PHE .

'Ia.! On i the fit-mug, of the Coih of June the put a to them, as regards: his own men. Eat, four da\ from Veia Cruz. arrived public busimss ? Is it not time that tlu- C partnership t.trrfffore existing' r.-

Ru' !tIit' 1 1S only a Prol'1Jtl( ? that we were Hou-eof Lords pa-sed I the Corn Bill on its The stiI authorities do not seem to lie very at I Pensacol on' m the 20ih inst. The[ people of all parties sfwulr begin to scrutinize I twe-" JAMES GIDEON and, JAMES c

"lj. \l.ich I- thl' :-I.ET E'F.RC.N- third reading: without a division. At 2 o-' active on their side to repress the tuibulent sage was :a rather long one. the weather pa"-I the conduct of their Representative I IIs L'LM'P, i H dissolved by rr utual consent. The
P" : clock on he of i ihe next day the t thi-j Congress to sit under business 1.t 1 the concern to be s-ttled bv the un-
r 'R l"o>t.R>Noa ANV OTHER OFFICE morning among the Mexicans.. Some' of the soldiers ing stormy)', and head winds prevailing all perp.tual
!.'': deotigned. JAMES GI SOX.
Hon. of Commons lrIi lir Robert Peeland the that the of
e in a state
.. mrrr: .TEAII THAT HC WiLL :01'a under CANALKS: are said to be lurking about the way.: plea country August 4 ls4G.
? Apulachiroh, ,
Po i\) r, -i'Ri O//ICE. FOII l ,\:\\ ihe Government in a minority of 73 Maiamnros: for purpose of robbery and Papers from the city of Mexico had ar- war, ;md't be allowed to trifle. away the
t\I.'F. } votes on the Iii>,h Coercion Bill.! I lime. and of t the nation in I the pursuit James Gibson,
CL'hlElIOCLD BE CLECTED. '1 rd..r If I tilings continue to get worse Vera Crz. announcing: : t that President money
M ;N. :' On Saturday; ; 27ih June, Sir ROBERT I and of their own selfish and unworthy ? FAMILY GROCER ES, READY MADE
ill the of flighting? civil PAREDES was still lingering in the metropolis. purpose
aed l l tv way quarrelling
that ftfct will i be j> CLOTHES, P.'IN'N, OILS PUTTY
\\'t' ,.' a !'IW PIEL: : pioceeded to I ihe Isle of Wight lot disorder. ("n. TAYLOR will prhalhe l induced His debt. in taking Ins departure Let the ,people luul to their interests and AND t LASS.
t"e'IL ;-, I"; !)li' y't '' :''T Hlt l>owcrI" the I ihe l'urposlof temleiing his resignation ; : remember that are anxious tu
t ] to organize a police force hilself. for m the head-quarters of the armv of theNorth tieVhies Corner Cf.e-not a d Commerce sts.

Cd. :,::It". '" t"J I) R'OTjJic ca'l id.1t.% bind with: thai of his colleagues, to the Queen At Reynnso the troops were arriving very i is ascribed to fear of an insurrection' bring the to a speedy close. [XT' Painting: chl4zuItg done with neatr.ew.Hid

.. LH t.onor, nil to make pronii*<- flf> m'! on :Monday ni;ht. the I 23th. he made a \ below that [Savannah Republican. .
tim" 't" last, from Matamoros and points which that event would be t the signal to pro iHtalch: at ir.uierate prices, (for cash.

Df'" -.ct':'x "r, indirectly! him-(1t, nor to per.Mic'y lengthy explanation; of hi* motives fur lesi"iimg city. McCulloch's Rangers, a fine body of duce. It was said that an attemt: was to \ UiiLt. -Mr. JNO. i>. HUlfliliNSOK u

st. ,. '! thit IIH; friends sh-ill d,> so for in thn House Commons., troopers, reached the former town on the h.I't been marie on the Oth inst.! to overrun CONGRESS have now been in session more .1. 'i our authorised agent duin our abrenceIruu'

enture to< answer for him that he THE NEW CABINET. 7th inst. after a march which sorely tried the Government. but the.troops were called than seven rImrnthis-omne' 220) days-at 58 the S ate. MATHER & BARRY.

Marquis nf LAM/S )OVOR.: Privy Seal. the bottom of both men :m nil horses, 1 in con- on, and kept under :rms all night. The per die-n-making, over :Inr above, the com- June 13, 154S.Administrator's.
Karl of M, :. t Home Department.; ,
\ pensmion for some -S1760 fur each
.equence of the inequality of the road-, cilizens I ; pretetpied i lo be quite t astonished at' mileage Notice.
Sir (ir.o. (in\VKS.: Foreign D,'partnifnt.
i 10 Tnt: T\IIKF DI- \Tt11:1..1' :.- Viscount: PALMLUSVON Colonial Sec more I than usually: rugged-nav. almost I I impracticable tins m-ive on the pirt: of their rulers. The mmlpr ; which tfr they ;adjourn will : ANKL1A COUM \-tLOKlDA.AL .

,, wt; ; .4tifl, :: un atnendtneni' I in consequence of the inundation. blockading .squadron are still of}Vera CruzA lie increased 10 2000. The soldier who persons n.dfbttd to the tstate ot SamuJ

retary.Earl slight ;atiVir taken place a little to during the same period has been upholdingthe lnp-"n7 cu rf a.'t'11.! late I. l Cf ur.tJ.
intf 1)111fr.: Stewart s mnved ;toif ( Rf.Y, Tieasurer. I h.a honor of our arms upon the Rio Grandt.Iud lpl 1 taken to obtain merit.
Three companies of the 7ih Infantry under the North of Vera Cruz, between the boatsof may expect sft-j.s pay

Mr. CHAS. X. WOOD. mini of Trade. I death constantly looking in him and tate will present them without delay. For that
(dnre! \.h\ duties ou the luzurits arrived at Re\noso on ihe Aid the 8uiins'ant. [ that an attempt was made by our men upon
Earl of CL.\RE'ODt'O, Chief Secretary far all debts and demands f'f whatever nature againstsaid
nothing, so as concerned
Congress is
mil iti''rea>e them on lil nerr.pnnr .\- The remainder of the regiment, to get water for the vessel I, from a lelg 1 lhor- *
estate which shall n< I Ireiaml.
: to h.mkrupt: ihe TA rt>;t- \Ir. L\r.ol' Secretary of commanded by Captain MILES, wer to follow mg river. The Mexicans J being appiized' hut him in the barren; vote of gratitude to cheer two year*, shall t forever afterward be barred.

I/It\\ flh'riC.lfI f.iniier*. in'st4)rLintiP9l. immediately, when the whole of the of it, concealed themselves in a chapjrarall. performance of UIJ-rtcei\.rf "THOS. ORMAN Adm'r de horns non,
) T cl irMk1 \\1\ (.r l F o. MACX.E.. Attorney command, would. take up I the line of march and when the* boats' came within gunshot I during the same period S64 ; Of the estate of Samuel Simpson, dec'd.

I.i f,'rfii-i ;ri'-iillure!t iI/IIi'' 'lorI Gen. Sir 1'110)1.5'ILDt:, Lord LieuI for Camargo. is stated that during the range they opened a fire on them. One of relative services and the relative compensation ApaidcnicoU, Jutv 25. 1' 46. 29-2rn

I.!!.'-i IMV Auiciican cm priition. e na: nt of J reli IUJ. i inundation, so early I for the season; it usually our men was slightly hurt. They. however. ( weigh one against another the real _

1'1 m iket-: atJ.) by .
I f" free-trade." lo reduce the The London TIMS regards the r.ew that from one to (five hundred houses I ambush, by which a great many, it is supposed most deserving. Anti yet these well bred Insects.

,>er as labor of Europe ; and, Ministry favurablv. Sir ROBT. PEELiews have been swept away. The evil is nn :, were put hors df combat. well clothed, and well fed Congressmen received per bns; Pioneer which will if

destroy ihe ,prnjieny) anil indf- it without, jealousy and wi'h' a friendly eye. limited to this : the crops on the Rio Gran- The gun boat Reefer, came out in nine- exempt[ fjotn all personal danger-and loudin JUST applied, i immedialt ly exterminateRats

of iht- Premier will ha..tilwind; up the businessof out, reject with d.lin, &c Also, Fly Paper,for the destruction of flies,
i-m tu the condition: of colonies[ awl I three-fourths of the produce of the labors of'he i.Ihe impression of Com. CONNER ti every proposition
i the se>--ion and dissolve Parliament inhe I io the soldier's ', ,and at the end for sale by J. C. ALLEN.
i i'* ot iif.U. 1iriiili.l husbandmen; in the bottoms or le'elland. that; i the Mexicans cannot, hold out fu'h.IUlger. al rtn pay
of, the autumn. : ol if he and faithful June I b
course his perilous I term, serves is -
been t t Some doing nothing towards,
Tin- They are
would: \\\4\f\ been ? most appioprista of h.lvinl utterly d."tWPI1
of the amicable settlement:
The te\vs : to give him a tract of land from the
( i it i is said such the and PAREDES
orsighted' people predict: i pr'.ecLtin war, dart:
e i II e. I/uI il wa. trj"cled.$ the Oregon Question had reached England domain. FOREIGN PERIODICALS
public They prefer to
scarcity; : in the grim harvest, as seriou.J" to not leave the city ol Me\i'-o. Congress i is :abounding ,
At illllltJt.'r, je of the and great joy was manifested at the result. incommode i ihe army General .\ LOR ; still in session, but i is doing nothing.It ke"p their domains! as a gambling fund with

JCHEMK. f.Ohio moved add the Sir ROBERT: PEEL in his speech when resigning of which speculators and politicians may pur- REPfBLICATION OF
\ to ( to anticipated from the luxurani appearance; was eneral\known throughout Mexico !
'lm; as Premier devoted an hour to the the fields few the most abundant that about marchon chase votes. They are content, indeed The London Quarterly Review
\ 'he !'ilm\in<*. new section :- a weeks ago, (cn. ':iLOR was 10 ,
subject of the Oiegon and Mexican qnes- some of'themim, to give it away as large
in the As for : The Edinbmgh Review
supplies coming season. Monterey. ,
Ann 'h- i' (IIIfl'nfl.rf' 'd. Th t in nil that ; .
: and the
lions congratulated country: donation to I the Slates within which it lies
he Mexican the tillers of 't'h{ The Quarterly Review
IIf I peasantry, 1 poor army formrrly commanded: by ARIS Foreign
ChI'S f"I" .rl'ln or d'tubt arisinc; at nnv all of with that na- .
: sources difficulty great -but they cannot bring themselves to votea
the soil, they ,are in i ihe utmost gloom TA. 4.001) men. i is now at Linares. at the The Westminster Review,
HtU1tl( hHU..e (Ir pit of entrv in ny coli t jot the United State; settled, so district half of
) ( ) were quarter or a : section out
I tick fields gardens, etc. knee deep whilst head of whir h is (;pn. MEJIA.: ANDBLACKWOOD'S
I CIIO:1: .1I..lrIl'I i within the State; ; of IVnnsvl- far, PS__ that___ side of the Atlantic__ was concerned. I its abundance; to every soldier who has
on their have been obliged lo fri the
fomilie. to The ;atp flarjttin follow Princeton
\\01: 'I" 'rth trup interpretation or uivnuoi the American 1t'l EDIBVflGHMAGAZUE.
; All eilre now to ventured life. and borne all 's (lor
It" !iii,< ..rt. fir, t hit p Ii, I pee for which i ieirt ii4S : Congress on the subject of the tariff. elevated spots' in the vitality for temporary to Pen-acola i m a fl'w ra\:. She sent! six the country.-[A*. 1" Ilimlli tf Enquirer. .
which thepresence
refuge. This prosiperiiy men lo the with the Cuure
''iwl. shall he the of the hlpitit'r}.it scurvy. -
it : I duty t I The Cotton Market is in a healthy. but -
cr l.lrflf I the and ail officer- of the Atneiic-tn troops brought Rio; Grfll.Tlwrt are now nile! steamers The above Periodicals t are reprinted in NVw- b
Trury active Prices have improved BRITISH POLICY. We that
bifiD not I very < state. amongst them has been destroyed, killed,, plyiiig: between t mouth of this river, are not sorry York, immediately on their arrival by the British
z 'f't'lIltJl1, iii'ili! law.; to coti>trnct'i ; shade. The hanne full
Pcnn have
aJt' jplv the : contemplated annihilated, by this unlucky' inundation.Some I :Matamoros I ; and Canan:ii. and room, I it t i is ylv.uian Democracy reaped teamtrs, in a beautilul clear type, on fine whit
; N IIIP accurdiMi to the termat the duties has had an injuriouseffect. I reward for their adheiencetoparty.
in sugar : -mI" the ;' unprincipled and taitntul ot the *
I idea be () auf extent said for a dozen more, which would be paper, are copies original -
if "s provision* of the following exposition of this freshet, when it is stated that the readily i chartered; by the Govern imiemit.- In 1844 they cheated the people, BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an exact titCi -

jinnciplf' The Grain Market remains without of the Rio Gra'nde heat againsttlie and now they in turn have to hear the mnrtification i simile ot the Cdinhunjh edition.
waters now : They -should( be Imhi: draft, double engine
litre (t.III.the|| letter of J.\ ns: K. POLK chnngp. waits of Fort Brown', \\ hich during I he boats. Thp boils in question are the Ptinola. of having: been cheated by Mr. Polk I I Tn wide-spread lame of these splendid Periodicals

JOHN 11\\.. of Plnhilflphia., ; tlrftei! Lord Francis Egrrfon has been raised to bombardment were upwards of three hundred -' Aid. J. E. Roberts. Enterprise. Troy, and associates. Already are ihey beginning renders it r.eetUe-s sjy' much in their
JJIU'lIiJl.c the Peerage. and his ;place in the House of to use the language of denunciation: praise. A-* literary organs 7 they stand far in ad- .
distant. Iiroicmsrille and\ latter
T..nn. yaid.s ;
Jiint19. 1544. giving an merchant CilcifOllli-thp running varice of any works cll! a similar stamp now r.ub-
|'O'ltitin of !his \viet on the subject of Commons filled by an American At Re> noso, our troops had strongly' I part (if.the time between Brazos Santiago At I least one democratic ptyer. t the Phila- llh'd'hiie the political complexion of each i is

) I II G. D. Brown, Esq. fortified the Plaza." o public square. Il and Point i Isabel. delphii American :Enine. assumes a bold nidrked: by a dignity, caml.T, and torb arance not

litrl/T. which real 1 amid shouts of I. Cardinal, Perrolie has been elected Pope was reported that CANALES intended an attack '- :all decided,0ne; against 1 ami-American : otte'i found in works ot a party' character.

II1chlf'r. of Rome. -.1 night one we suppose--but he THE COTTON CROP- THK \WEATHER. policv Oj |liii'|, Administration. It says- They embrace the views of the three great

AZ41n. whf'1 the 40) per cent schedule The ninth foreign delegate did not arrivein knows better, for there must be now a ,..cryrpsIH'l.tahle We regret I to announce the appearance; J "The Warehouse system i is British allover I ilrtit.s in England-Whijr, Tory and Radical.h .-
time and I the London Quarterly are
t t' volp.TremeldlHJS the Blackwood
force that British
'is in town. are
flu I"rl-'itKi.Iwaiion.) SCIIF.NK moved I the (2am t erpil I'-r among I he cot; at ; Review and the
riots have occurred in Ire- Ln crops Tory the" Edioburh Whig;
We to learn that there was goods, British Agents to sell them. British ;
kSIriLe 0.11. 40" an-l! insert 54 40" but land. sorry I ihis early ;period of t their growth. \Ve saw \W"tmiit-- r some sickness ;amongst the ironp* at Mata and ships are lo carry them ; British carpenters. devoted principally -
de convene] with friend from Decatur i" literary. being
tcdv purely
a >
m.HIIIO Wil rejected. This is thought The trouble with the Caffre! tribe coni in- mnros-the measles had recently made its. riggers, blacksmiths, <$Cc. are to build the Jreun Continental Works
to critici-siiis on
teLl the last eiT.m. tint ever will be made ues. Several fights have taken place with appearance-several hundred being in I ihehospitals. ;inty, Whit passed. through He our that city this on I British ships, I British captains; to command The prices of the RE.I'R ISTIJ :are less (ham
Thursday; states
W 4 40.L'co the colonists. I ; :To, the wet _weather: and totalinactivity has mlrin commenced: its work of destruction them, and! 1I-itkIi sailors to man tl"l, and one-thin of the foreign copies, and while theyare -

The Great Western arrived out on the : which reigns there may be ascribed cr5trl\'pr both in Decalur and Thomas the only thing Ihl is American connectedwith equally well cot up, trey afir.rdall: the advantage -

Koco 22d une. ane (tins is that American iso tj the ..Imencan ovei the English reader.
CONSISTENCY Orill T. this I )visitation of I ill I I licalt hi. unless compelled I to retire l hv the heat the system money .
Itr.- It is rnnwrtd in Enlanrlhat the navigation for ihis British device to impoverishour I TERMS.
The Two British officers arrivedin pay
Newark recently almost entire !loss of ihe in those
D.xilyldcertiser rt'.r in navt crop counties I
\ ftfthe Collmbia ril'c r urfd perpetuity a at Foil Polk said to he country. Our American merchants will PAYMENT TO BE MADE IX ADVANCE.
that sloop-of-war I is coldness of the
one of the heneof the Hudson (Com tue\ilalI. Tie .
ptactical not Buy
great .
for then their own account -
charged with a message to General TA YLOR. weather and ali incessant rains fur the probably nut import on For any orlt'of the four Rev hews,$3uO'> per annum
a protec-tive' Tariff now plumply pany's charter. Peelo understands it.- As communications were not open, I hey last davs, assigned the for from England and} may have no occasion For any I Iwo, *Jo. :,( .
"fwed" and half of tt'l are as cause '
by the Two (01110 a Peel'sspeech fur building American vessels. three di. 7.00 "
N. y. Eccninfr Post. in its forward their despatches: by mail to Mata; the early of the 'H' It For any .
the settlement of the Oregon appearance Im.
'ulution! are \'ote.llo for all four ol the Re'if'5,00'1
at the ,'Mlse of( Mr. McK'Av'sJ1 question c the lelatiotis of Mexico 1 and his moros directed to t their CllsUI sinc-irely to ne hoped i tint after such an LOOK ON THIS PICTURE. For Bla'l woo' Md-iaZ'ne, 3,00 "

'J1 'bro jgh the H UP. The Post and its n'.i nalilln. I He says : *'Ido I rejoice that The British corvette when the e was lying at abundance of rain; as we have lately experienced Within, limits of old Buncombe For Black wood and the foi.-r Reviews
: off Br.izos Day the -
trade I1'es! h;ve heretofore steadily de- before surrendering I power at the feet of a mcho If. we may have enough sun-light and wiiere the people are nearly all 10,00 "
The Suit County,
steamer Troy.
"t\red' had the brought heat to put ;; vio upon the ravages of this I CLUCKING.
that I I I
of his -
tIle a use. and
Tariff rnimiry) Whigs and to
present was a tax up- to Matamoros t the Catholic! Chaplains; tIle were opposed
.consunifre:. ln Lvor of mannfactnrins I ty of giving them the official assurace that ist appointed by the President of the United worm so injurious Siiade 10 planter.'lie The for Clay for ihe Presidency seven Companies i Four copies of any or all of the above work
about in
of with Great only complaint crop will K' sent to one addre-s on ot the regular t
every cause quarrel: thai have fur the serviceVhiuiim I payment
ttnopullesthat[ the hiiii dunes on fo0's Country [,America] on this side of the Atlantic States for the soldiers professing!the Itul:1: this COlllso f.ra. we hat heard i is the \ mud bl'el reported seem to be r subscription fur tbrt'c-tt.e fourth copy .
rO Catholic religion-Messrs .\lcELROY and! patriotism synon- .
; ? raised: prices, and afforded! the is tt"rminalf (Loud cheers.) Sir too rapid; growth of the \t'cd. and consequently tk-tn: Iratlo1. ,
htne It a: r. want of fruit the stalk.Ve ymous. o- Remittance and communications must bin
I hive executed the task i upon
ufccturers I fe..l.hat now I ON THIS!
chances NOW,
ttnuble$ ac- I Major C. SANFORD, from \Iobip. arrivedat think it wil I not he safe to anticipate any is Democratic, advocated made all cases without expense to the publishers
q r princely fortunes bv large profits. public. (httlyifllpflSPdtIpOfl. L, L L.o Matamoros.; on a mission. >stated thing an average crop in this section. I Mecklenburg County thebirthplace -The former m"y always( be done tbrcujh ap".ttna..tpr
wmcn can -- annexation ami boasts ol being
"Ie I trust I nave sat'i uy possibility him the amount to be
Inends' notning bbaoiini
of the from the Governor of Alabama to General
( protective policy have as lead to the recurrence of those controversies TAYLOR. [Albany (Ga.) Courier. : of President Polk ; and yet, remitted taking his receipt and ft-rwarding the .

e&lilntly urjed that its direct effect is to which have. been deprecated by Nearly merchants formely of Corpus The Mobile Merchants and Planter's after long drumming and eloquent speeches receipt by mail Postpaidr the money maybe
I ptrnole 'omestic' allhe Prices Current ofihelSih inst., could he found enclosed in Pal-Paid directed to
competition and thus all! lovers of peace. located at Maiamcros. says : hut thirty-jour persons only a letter ,
t P Wn ;"prices. This the Post frankly I The election of Pope was made with are The intelligence we continue to rf"ceivt to volunteer. And. worse Ih.1 this Ecl *- the publishers.

C 'cedts, greater despatch than was anticipated constantly from the interior' is of an unfa i-onib.and Nash, where an almost unanimous N. It-The Pota,e on all these Periodical
d tltic in Offering consolation to the having been got over in 48 hours. None of ONE DAY LATER FROM TIE ARMY. vorahle character in regard to the growing Loco Foco vote is given have not is reduced by the late Post-Oftlce law to about ..

i P producers who have embarked the foreign Cardinals: lime to be present. STEAMSHIP ALABAMA.-This vessels arrived cotton crop. Up to the end of the first volunteered at ;.1!-[Raleigh Register. one third the in former the rates making mail subscribers.a very important

uliaeu under the Tariff of 1842. bold The choice of the conclave fell on ('animalMastny here yesterday evening from Brazos week of .Inly the plant in many sections ol .saTing 7n ;all the experistto principal cities and town
thai' Mr. the 10th juSt, later than South Alabama suffered from sinc. During a recent debate in the French .
I MCKAY'S bill is the thing Ferreti who was accordingly proclaimed I Santiago, one day (drought titovghout the United States to which VIne it r
f aYe them from the very successor lo St. Peter, under the the James L. Day. "-el.arn thai} ; the when the rails have been frequent ali heavy Peers in which the subject of the Tarijfwas direct Rail-Road or Water comrnttnicatian from

I 'e are the ruinous competition name of Pope Pius IX. His age is fifij- court martial l on Capt. Thornton terminated This state% of the weather as i is well introduced, the Minister of Commerceobserved tie eitiof .*:?/'York these periodical! will kerdtlivred

T words :_ eight. As regards years. he i is one of the on the 15th tilt.; and ihe general impression known, is hignly prejudicial in the prairie emphatically" We shill make FREE OF POSTAGE.

r hlef""8C *ho apprehend any essential youngest of St. Peter's successors, and if is that he has been acquitted. The and river bottom lands, causing the plant no sacrifices to England ; our maxim is, LEONARD, SCOTT & Co., Publisher,

to their occupations from the i all that i5 :aid of him be correct, be cannotfail proceeding, however, will not be made public to 'run too much to ,':ced ;' in the sandy oun! OWN industry! OUR OWN tiade, first June 13. 9 t-';m 11-? Fulton New-York.


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GO ) BLESS] AMITICA. A NATIONAL! dots- ( Washington: : liejjins to \\ rile dots.) ;irt! catIccc3. J, ::' ( S/'Ul!: M'-dicine,.
: ANTlitiM.P : I 11 i.
: Thai's; it. O. K. No.v( 1 have got you.Jo .- sMioscnbrr J.j,
\ J Ti;. rmo.1V constantly haveon Land' lasflrtIflcIlt
( ahead. Jacksau Circuit Conri.SPUING ,-Six n-.onths after publiciin\ f ,

Go1 ? tn<' land tli it prve as Liitli \Vahinto-1)o: you now get what I TiilM: 1S1C. NOTICE application will I I be inadj; t to I thelion. of DRUCs ; cm.ClNESvLichLevviLIwa 4j:3 .
orati ifil 1iikncv w I .Tmidz. of Probates for Jackson fr I tO'i I '
,1 <
send county
j* ; ? The Farmers' Rank of Virginia, :
G.uJ Welie! l.uid if nil the earth, you and of the best
a settlement I rf the admini-tralion i i-f the quality
'r1 ih fe. York.Ay;\ aye. LVmpl't.! :; i I Merchant ando
I, And wh
Til?: p| !indor t-f f th day, t1 fur his daughter; ? Thomis M. White, Adin'r, &c. co unty. FLIJAII[ IIRVAN (looils before purcha-in and '
Ami li.adnt' HnCn f I3t'TSj ; 1 1. til. Defendants. Juno:! 3.l, IS 10.; 1j.f>KAdraini.stritfr.\ N. IJ. elsewhere'
: .l 1'T-S AWC8I4d XevYork..-Yes. from Philadcldhia: ; the Court affidavit, that ; OI\ the cure of 1Ji.-'s h or Indi-rr-ition, llil- Physician's prescriptions( put

ll",| ii-) *! ill.- 1 U) but it is too late to st'iul it over the river tonight. IT Robert aearing" to hy defendants, r HAKF. i'OTICE-l'hirty days alter the publi- ions and nervous I IIoi; <5., 'I.o, Constipyion, care and accuracy at any hour of theda r
W. of the
'h" 1 MI,' i) 'V'.l f..Tfl'.r and fir ay 1 am all alune. The two boys are --kles bevond \Viliiiir.s of one the of Florida, 1. cati-m of this! notice, I shall apply to the DijirrahieGuf; ; lliii-rm.iti-ini.; Gravel, Flatulency S. C. ALLF?:
the limits State '
(i'id h-! .* ; ihai\ that gave as birth ren : 1 lion Judder.! Probates for the County of Franklin sale \vliolsil. March 21 1 Ccr.Centre anujilzL1aIfl
ih J ble-.s Aflir a.r4'T go c. t tvit: in"the) t.t;! Virginia.. It i.s therefore for th of Commk iowrs nll'it &c. For ard retail, by
i, : appointment '
V/.ishington. Yery well, no matter.Iati'Jijre. ord.rctl thnt siid dH'cMdint: and answer the Not ;). J. ( AF.LKN.'arruirs 1)rt1rgit. of JL-ix-crTvorT1 -
I off the
I' and sell t dower of t the nnd.-r.-isrced in
i'mour* '"i crwiri" >! ti-t rir4 tv4Tta 2 : .--(.Jond nii hl: I nm going.Washington. said compliinant's hill t I of complaint) within i four t the citato of F.'ienozer J. Wood deceased, I lite of Cf>irpoii
.-.((;Jotnl I ni.tit: all. months t the d ste of oi.> first publication oftliis of Franklin. ConsumM,
; Tii *y biiihi i1i trs'-2 ; lll3 thu Uoo.1, the county 1er :'i't1 Cp:2va. Complaint, cr (1 t their bon
'Fl'ir c1t,1er .t itt'dnd Philadelphia.1 l ---(.Jood ni ht. t ordr, other.vit'if! t > said complainant's hill M. A. WOOD.Apalrhicvli. ( Striud-s' unrivalled f>r its the any incipient; ,
of complaint *hall !he taken I ?s against the sidUibrt'W. : < ...-.J' system b
JI New .
a 4 -filon-l nihit. Janc2n; l.DTICf U. it
%;; ,? -'r f.icacy ; perfrrtiT* a cvtrer Doctor TAYLOR'S celebrated 'Wdii
To n-'in VT* j 1' -J i >lp w zv. Willi iin as and for confe! pd, according
\Vi21t pl'i' ii-"!! IT turif4 iii %v-r to vord Ando ends I this curious scene ; not an 1, to I the t f-Tin; of t the Statute i h: such case made( *-All persons having claim* ;:'-''ainstj. /iJ,7'c; %:: :\ i'l '. f-'W d.ivs---no confine- Genuine DAI.SAM. CF !.IvERWORTwhjch'

G L'k' ; i.i+ifA*. i imaginary: : one, hut one of actual (ICCU r- | and pro* ided. It 1 ifuithef ordered, That a copy j. John Jenkins, lite of Franklin, county, dcVTh A : \A I. t or restriction imi diet,.. I h pares at 37;, KOWERY. 'This plan ft'

.Q I i > i bl'-ys lh I nd: 'lc. erico. Let ;.ny one rrliect: upon t the fact, ;i of, this! order he published) i m some newspaper censed, are requested to present the same } : a" 1O'S rv. It I1I he ; i now espoused; hy several eminent "

'T1 *i.'E'n h1vr4-4he p1rini. cni lit:I1 all l these epiotions andanswrisoccurrei! i printed! and puMi>hed once a \\ eek for four m ..iith.s.Dated authenticate!I ;!, within t The time prescribed b) law, tz i F :: i4 iv.hihlbeir.z: ['rc- ; and has been for a lung tune, the

.Tiw-v 1id <' ,; rii4 s ch tin : in a spare of time: hut very little longer than this ci'iht! day of May, A. 1). 1MO.' I or I this notice \\ill I be plead in bir of t their r.t .44 u. ) t1 with the u.rtaet unparalleled success which ha'cures a1tnde4

li" d MM1- }&- ini -.I, uijUiiw? llaincit tint in v.hich! the unirpm drama has been: *"* 'I'ilO. UUi.itl.m..4* .>. \vry, and all persons indebted! losiij: reco't, t :: r:': :: !b'-ih'.e czirc. ;;nnri well Taylctrs 1ieheir.( iii l'Urrnir.g i,

4 04. f.1'4l1.n1 r1 ; ;1I. relate I. A tru? extract from the ninutrs of the C.nrt.THAN re.j'K'sted to make! iinmedhtf payment.JJ. i; Z. 1g. prmneml": f' ur.dd < ; which in many, % try rnan caq.,

.4 A'1 -rf. ,v'i-n lianif 1i i-t bora, ?; .\ S. WATSON, CIek.: 1;. ELLISON[ Adm'r. n. ,j. mn..rn Ibit irflpnrttrt ltw: ,' I 1 bf-cn Almost im redibl, hut the r ( U
4 si4vIt -Irt1 i'er 4i'f"Y. p .e-f.-9.-z.1-r- '- k.r -- \.2 tirt p':! .hhihot1 hy the cc-! i I Icl.r.t'fl the Doctor brin %
: C. I II. Drrovr, C.unsi'l and Apala'iirn1! Juno 1 J' v;. : : can forward; are
.i.1 1iiib J !i i iid rt %vas to acorn, : -;! :) ;u-1i riiii ;>!ia3 IVorlc.THS Solicitor for ; ; vifi.? I'r. Fordycc, viz : \ve cdviall who may have -crM
I .-> l*' -ss the !land, etc.AH STATESMAN'S' MANUAL May S, 1 sn. nnST'TMmFriiIsSii __ __ j'i. ,
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-- __ 1 to the Judge of Probate of Frmklin: County liar i '.. ( ': j r"!::' (' a in'-re etitftiii, delay. Franklin a\s_ a smr8ajl: leafc '

: J from oir 1 JIT!, in lr: tir if need, A NEW AND KM.AKJ.n KIMTIOX OF PRESIDENT*' Cirrus? Court. for,i<*rs of idminNtration t u-on; I the e tute; of s:' .. au! r't: 1 t: rt tV'n: any e jnivas1" i ibuship.! I Thrrpforp, cure y.
Avert tuy d i ir.nm! ? fr-vs-a ; .M -S\SS. WITH AHISTORY IN ( ilAX(2E1F.ary ( Joseph; C. Hurd-all, 1 i'e' of s.ud( COO rtv, d.-rra-f'd. l :it ii en of : ''y '! one.' F'l liry:: r,: :| jour lungs are Pat cure. F I < r sale t,v ,. .lt

IJiaJ oaliMtri; | hfarts ilrtl Weed! M Ann Rouen, } Said J'rl' .e, }hnvri ordered, t hat additioi'''! i : 'r !v pr. versffd:? !by it.; frr.ely.jpj.Iiea-; : I J. C. ALLEN, Sole.4
c : ici: i A D.MIXI.STATJON iPtrcti -. ,
Ai1: 4t1':4'' *.L tr:: i:< rd>mti."rj"it \ <. V Hill; for( Divorce. bond I li'trixon (hy the Administrator, by tho I li' ofJ.ily ti on. I 'or i-i! cr
'I4I-bd fa vail 1 I.? ; (L (l Jf.lflff4flfl. I 1". oJ I .
2t ii pr' next, in default therein his letters 'i !
John UOMPII. } will herevoked. y C. .M.r.'V.: nrn.yir. C .t'TtOX-The Dicti.r
$2 iV t i'. r ILt: If nl l\i, is K-ieh. pcntune
T a''pt'nrin:; frntn I tho :aQi! !hvit: of I tho: Solicitor) I !. F '.-' LIVERWORT
111 % the
lp *; r-if ::5 tu idr; IN ir vrs--57.1 !: nn'-u.i.v r.iNr.ivn. I\ l.ns on the
I ud !< A 'itriii I t of I the cf-mplaiinnf t hit I the defendant, John THOMAS OHM AX.Apnl.icliicoia -touhid; : : >tcd! pnt! t'r.zra% nir. to

t11' 1id, Tr. I T1r.I& i --.l.t l JiMienrcsid s beyond ( he limits of the State of June H, I 1MC;. J.'Jt( t te-N it-u -jiinl by ( irdn J. L*-.-d<,f-rcterte any ctwlil.
a Fi-rida. It i-or !\-r: i' that publication b.-1 iiadein i \'j h- ,itd! imitation
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1 1i jfl9j M"ur 1iiii i lot .'dt T TO 1'irR- iv moj.fhs! ifrr( daf.' I will n' >! the t>
$hil4 4'r T 1E AI >J !:.-?.-!:s :AVJ: > :M'---s.\fn-.s i : t: OF I ''it-' ('iuri'nrrri ii AdvorliT i o'jcoavr>ec! for the 1 *j i ; ( a' :. : t'tI 04'? 1'mnrohase !
($2 ; 1 t:) I hi Hon.1 Probate Cf'irt' of FriiMmi ir
t \tt q z.1rv'; r'-"aovci, TTir: j'i--iivrs! :; ; : : (oy rrnr.; : s.ANVAI. s-iaco of fo'Uii; :! ith--, of the istitui'i: rf I this. r r'q |.r' t. '-r. d b-. the II. S. Copv lliu'ht'u" .> 1"M.r.ti'
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t'r t'rharL1 fi.dtn t'ie
< a :
I Nt brii: '. e! .t1 g.i. 2 AirIT .U. AM: ) SPKCIAL, ..'i lit. r him tn :apnoar and at "\vr-r l ) !the I ....1't.._ r : .'! IHIX ?Mv -
-' 1 tj1t.e;] 1 ( itird >!|-ili die, 1 781) i >:a I id: bill 'ot! or bef!( : I I'. first diV of October i.c.vl i t lion of 1 t theos'.ate of Arr.ory I K.v f r.:. dcre.i-".I I IR. L.j.t-: J7 U ;1 '
1'rcn : I T. C.M.'O .. ._. .. 'a '
Thi 1'2i1! ii -% '.':%: y : -r or tin* Mirisvll b ta'cen' as con tested a Adnrfr.JIF.XJ. $ ,.'. .4 -- cr"1Tt .Ct2y rL :: iirs! IjHorvosireiil Seiij
JJ.j an Ofi; *;, (/ .i-nn'r t\j car.i, t>t f'/c Pi ct KLLis: >x A .?.
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jiiJfnff -. 4 Airriim.HiLTll .
1I n cry, !:im' nd : :ic dt! | .irthr t'r.itr i t the j>riLiis s
t i.-l I !* .-s : -iicfl i'i ft ill t'tnt of trt-ir. l./ini.-a- as to the Court mnv seem ['roper. Apili".ioh! April 1 IsKJ.; 1 l-f>:nTsTOTICK r.EXFAVF.I: ), act: an
; 4 lim;? u'u n S"i-fl'n of .inf1)ucunf
:. Lid ;; -
A ) : ;fiifil Cfnt'lils'-n! rf tolvhyf
( Cuy-'t.t.; ) [ -Alter six raoi.thV: j u'licitin' o! !
niff r,49
? }it inn.I5V Kf'i'i"iic. 1 ifarr \VM. YALLEAU, Cl.ik.: IS I tii! notice, 1 sJiill : pply to the Juf t'f! j < tii.:, ol TMin-\XPS;: ; Ei'TLVtFJ..

I : i !14 :, I I-IG. -t.i! Probjfo! for Fr-.nklin j I Kdiscis I r\ l 1. 5" FLTXIR: AFiREXT.:
y ; I c .unty: t > ;; riretl ; ; ; :r. : : : o f mv ;t)1
criI iv& caML :;) VV.M OuICt U. orrc : _ _ ( l'h N j4 Vajvrr4al
j fron adrninis'nti'iri( ri f the e-tnto (1 f Oliver il' -;. 'I11J aloed! t
r' 4IIft 1.l! 1j3r4.tre IiVN'lI.LT1U CtlAMill'.RS! M CS 1 1s Hi. ** j I th.. )
: urni most Mjitihr remedy rt the
C. K\rsoidlatu of saidrnatY, d.tE..i vdAdrn'r. : ( 'rsert
: I
1 ; ;i'id : : s avc h'm !,oo
\ ii1 :: i it 4u rIIu OF THI: \KW-vonh iicSTsnVc.. C3-8it CJotcrt rL2iIiz the and
I AVNTAI. ; : COHLiy.It( F. L | prever.tii.n cw of lcdiztiun! 8:
; nwi't it i'.titt ;;- lua'V: '; ; -id n4tv'i- ine'Jifirie tat u uldcnre I ..
,. .jb'lfisftftl v'tih Portraits! of the PressiJrntai'.H'l iurr1 '!' 1 t' ii'inis ,. and Livtr Ce.rnpi.tiru's j l ic* rvousVVf.kne I Iaclic.
!$ Ji'rt wvnt hie.:: ,ziia ; < ; UOP. onCi' thp I iact trfn'sU-funo dis : a cs, t tlejMcs. (
Ike ticaf* Cacia .'Iran 1'ic r ;. k'at 1i 1)1:. ft,1,, ; cr t f if] inoi S;;'cc-j l.'js at Ia-f Lce't t'e result. Dr. : tivrnit* ic.,
I sttw k th* f<>T Trfspiv.*. ra! .Sfak.;. Si i lntjv \II.\ Fold' end } gipC" IVTO TiCH.__.Six; r;>orthal'er' diti: I \\ ill api'ly J, :: .::'; 1'i : ut'.t oiv Travellera'd!! residents: in wurrr.jctmat: r-J
:A A i.'J ijmu'dii! ; .v.i.1 xln- msJits vi: love Kl K-th A. I'ord. I IN t.i tlif I Pr !uto ( 'oiirl: (.'F! Franklin Co'inty: St"I.: fiiul it a desirable article : if prrvtgany( .J
all -til and ,
i # pain : : sit
: : n.aron,
: T1re4ri'd; 1ug COX T FATS.: : : i I : \3, a t pinion' has !boon (his dn filed| for a filial; di-Hutr;? from t ti!i i ac1rriimit rat:no and ; >.- radiation! of bile, i j'* portable, ard tfipr'paviition
WlKRi tl'n's t jt :, tttliiu IIt eirt: uthl
I. Th" S-whos of the Circuit Couit < I f[ ";rse of < jc'ilor' of the tstatu i f David) Kicli11 'rc ii i!.!ts'i2iy! e'l.vt'&ent: .
A t1irt :<:i'nJ *s fT : i) (_. f like -nnu! ;; a.l: in a very shs.rt tiri'e, pr.r.have .
% o Presidents < f the! United State--, from IVasii i Fr.iuLliti l bounty, !I' I'i-e.l )5o inort v e o1! ct rtain I | aliirniturc ; decea-1. t'{ rrc.isi.-in for !.' !niIe? d c&
wwf.y. j jy HIT i MntYri *-, i; i'i t' ]' I betn rcud'-r! ] rif-vr-hl.* f.reii -p : Ihpywill take: Hito : -. ane !rnt :
i'ti'fc'! > i J. in-1 it'*<*n affrmT i hang \ Kirsil-hy J < : .LL"Xi't mn
\V.i-< not iiv rtioif*, In f s: ; A Sf rnoir, tr !'i' r. :i'icjl: S'ci-tch of each hir; c >inty, Oeorsij, !!) tiu! O8'li' ihy of An u-r, j l'eh 2t 1'i.! .. *..o1; .\ : for A'ahcf'iroa.{ trc-i' any other. Soldvm tir tt.

iuet' I illV4' lr.1 st.'fl lfl h'vr l ( j.r'rL 1. i I \ \ \ and it ape: tii't t-i' the 5-)1i-f.rtir-n: <\ tie? ;- -. ? rrh "iv. I : ';ov s. j. c._ALLFA: :, ,

N4r 4$ :4rd 1iir.i'ivt4 ; ::. uf !.< I In.Yi iratiiri i i of rni!iIV (COM; !, by th" JiiTidavit t.I. tin | >ctitiiner, tht; t tho! ': : Tsix c ) : :' ,i" ; < I'JIrixACOUSTIQ --

R ; 1H ( 1Ig tcd, w!. :i a-ida I lli t-ry o! iiiepritiripal political d c'id tots Si'I'u-y; KFnr.l I und illizibelh A. Ford I in.ivlc ('(! :! s, Ac.
of the vested l iti
1 Iazg. cvc-'il.s of his ..diiiitiistratinn) and: of 1 tic trau.uC- iji'vuiid the 1-inits of I the State of Fit rid i :: j' EYir'ue pouer ;na: by ltv; / LARGE ;ard| JifhMipiU i I Mru.OU.
I evp'ifor: ( ?::\>*, b fi-rj t th''o'r' _r_ ._ clues. &c. ..
t lions of ( nazr'-; at oj !h) si>- ? ( ihuin.; tlie periwl. ;II t is ordered th.ita.l: ; d.-foidi7its; dn' a'id I j ror.sisir. :a 't t thpioz

%TOIu: < ; ;npu.Tiic ; Mondiv: i in November ne.\t, I the t f.ilir.; I i-iz } ro- ,, :s i- I oa,". ; Pamiirea I
Jic., rf r-jci! Pwjdonl( and, with tho Mss iijofinning d I tvs hi'fore t the frsl d.iy oi I the en 9IflU fill 1 l.nn I ; : ; 'c ntp t
j i ,perty, or-jo iin-h: tin ief f as will !pr.v tl>..' ? : / [ iokr.r'' : E-i?( :n Salts J HM.Ms tfi > J
\Va corn'spor.dcnt I.t (tns: (Jotirl ntherwisi t ? stul peti t i.t9 slr.ll;:I I be: *
; tax (in.en the surif the year I 1- 1 >:-Tiie S TI.-E CMT CURcs.arxrss '' trOtTD :f) (
ITniU'd >f-it-s ifr flu1 1 I ; in1pltte Vu. e
i-F u ii
19ii1uIpbia ic'atPs the loll f.fiy- \ej: y1. t ) 'tiiit r-rvicled I ht d !
;rr \V j :-riti i ;i1; ?, to\vtsiiip: ran.v { .in-i.: j I.nrd'e ?l'i--tard
; ; Iffibs f
t .sI! : 'MI .
-1. D 'el! > .
I iralioii i-f I itcend;;! -nco.r ; ; i t
; "t tins ord.T bo Triads in tie! ('onnn reid
4votiduiu1 feat ,, I'.n: Kifctro Tcle! : : '
:rajiii.AVr -- t In \ ti d'lol! i 0:1: thtr v-'e.s*, :rul tf! A : j 11 j ,
ArtirJi-s of C'ii.vdraio'i: Adivrlis ; j p a"'if I I N >; ': t'-: ; l"> bxot: ; rrh, ; 2 1 xLi-t.. n vyr1' |
arc ;i t stn::1 li I :; run! >. )L Mi I !Ifiici> (of I Amlac'inci-h, (once a week Jijr t two i j jicoiiths Ui v'r on; tie f-m-n-irtiir to b"lr'n t-j II. Vnell. '
j e:
; '
77- Fear! .
';. ('on titiJ'inn' ;.l i the United States with j ] } { t..i ( < 'i j ) .t>i f -', i -.*. ami t.!e ) k< _rs ; 2 grrss Siii t7 and c
look! pLl( e. TJie t :j.itiivs tu I tins riiy ;:i tl t- : successively." ( A Copy; -Ti le.) S Alo, W { S K'i s-rtio-i I t-'wnship 1. 'I Ir.mireS ::1:1'r' I II de-
j ICutcs i a'id iv'i.-ri'.fv.s. \V.M.: YALLKAU Cleik. .i. ;' ? of i't.'r tr-r-i: ; : ] : Alo, f P; v. { ; :.rJ ibj F.ijli':

trc.i'i, whrrsidc| 1 ;it tb<; iustnirnrtit: -amiIiy stoiicf"vnich 1 led idijie: I Union; ; of the Stales and --- 1 rtge v, X: and; \\T : fractn'iial s 'hon :JI. f'i'<) L : -. f.:.h.-_' ut t V.TI'I'r, %.v i/i! > <>!'! :;, ice. 'I ricN ll the I>r.j Imp, for t'oii'itry Merctof

the way iititi:> i< u. _\.l' Ci\.d Pl : i\I.icii I 116.. .'!j5;, ditto! :-'.">, f'Urpcrtiii to belonir to 'l'hoT'a M. : ._- v-'l. '"b "tiT"s. va.ors I t .broa4diiz: .- PI t'5.TS unit Phv.-iciaris. Foi sil l-y

1n1 a i hoarty l.:12h 1') ,, -(. : S A syno--is; oJ: the Coi. titutijrw of the SLvcral Cour:. ]!u-i! j.iiniti I fie I tids;; rf Mr-. Thom'i : aid t1. r. ar.d o'i.-<> e tJ att'rd.r.t! v.'ith the (li ;- March I II. F.I, :BELL

A Iram iJii KTJJC*, MICI.! J vr'ntnrt1 tosnv. ; States.t4 L\ (cu.ciiv.Alp'.ionie :! Ap.ia! >--liieil.iRi\. Ais'', 1') ar?- I ind purjj'-rt-: C r4atri'rni! : ; w ho Lave b.-CMaf for t-n,

Tallies of Meni'-er-s! rf tILe! Cabinets cf the : i Lnuljat: : 1 1V i ',-s I to bi-lo'i'Z to James I Hudson! j mi'c JJIUPS fi.t-n. and twenty yf-ars, end were i.bliijed t>> ; -: :; :rjGIis: :ud ftlationcry.
n c had: its jtarnllc: ] tliis l11
never ; oi!
(nfl <. X.iH's 1 md and 1 th'.' Armo". : X t. ir>! kn'nvruAl T IJtF.l3 Journals lie 'k-..
vario'n .'dnii-i-trli"i.s: ; Miui-tcM i f to F)rlJi r :? oar tr'riets, I-avv, c 'tor rwin; *- or two Day JLC.
l lCmnt.
3rre,1 u -d v (' 'i'fl I;tsl (.i: ii i it., !, ;)!i.J! 'i';i ir ;::Tic-jl;, I |1)1b: iic (.{tTIrer.l G r-or t'A'. I Erim-'ta and! } r.'i i 'irt I l--', acre-lanfI.r'nr;>oTti'>:! fofi<'lMp { I'. McC' b trie*, thr > -( : ? Jtd,' T-' *rr fr'ni"-'f.s t !b.tnr mat! \.Ji 5: t rear-is F'oitt-rji; ni.d Ltt .i 1'aj-er;
;iudv: 5 llifw : t'zi : (ilisjjriug c.l ill i it : I l'rma I i.iiri-'oi hiwife >rmi'k, j-Mni'.u Sir.ih Xall's; a"d thf Arrpo, ( i.1 .
i.t4'9 rneraniuni
i. Cim.jol'ui.jl! TJ>lc of Political Eivnt- in : !)( i-f'-cfh \-j-l! i't-4i! !-j.I,* itt( >-r-u* big!!
i range; i mv *a! ui. it!;" njaiotu: : : I telegraphan : t the Tailed States. D.i'l l ) (J. ilncyand: Ilarri-SF.! .N'o. i,4, k'v:1.: .\ thit' I ttuh, !''1r'I; : : t (, f eiuJft: iic-". Kr-r ..>.. ;.v ,ip a'.u!: River JhlU Lsdir.::; ;

invention to which tin' pnhlic attention 1 Piili; >* i;cal Tahl-'s of Revenue, Commerce J 11 1'iey, his i v/ifc : .losnpb I IliulSM I h)"Iori.r| ; in t ti!
j at this liuis so iiniv !> aily* attracted. and i\v
Prfice ( I I .iizcrtv, A r ) r- I!uI I t r an d sn;icr n A rosnpL'fp In'lc-v, (.r Analytical TuUo of f.s o to f.iipcltis.i : by
:. v1itit .f t1!" tn-ijTu.-ije; TiL.rapii, ami his Conta 1s to the wh.tU.ik.. J.. uvrtj Cutter t &: < 'I>. ; Jaine? innrtsnue ai ijird's; Isiiir.d, and-narf of Fi-i''.>es" Ftr.jl .: : fIo!). I Marrh 1 t1.F. JBELls
;. ll'i'; .rt, utid.I'i'-iri X. iVrAtiiorti, on 1"(. eht' l.AC .LvCKuY, '' ": '. t-: snrI'r 1I'iV i.i r2achirtP: -
;ii1iifl.Ir.. Yasl; in i iJii'jr ojfic at Wa; -hiij : : AND (>! [. j .' > ,
.1 TO CITIZKXS. cinIutipg[ : the Sinn of Uoait; i\"os. Y and ; rv-o icio Tar; Collector, Jalhonti Co. t ; : to .' ",' new. T r"a'r k..c.jit !
; ton, v.'i jed to lest I the integrity; of I tin- AMEjlICAX ti ll.r.vtli'irn I TJivid :? [ .iliid i i\I'V : ', 1' .!'i. & iI-, -* I"tir.iitrre VViJu tl _II.e.vT ; 2T> .' i W-ntc-r: L--::.,. ( rr is
Tic: publisher : : f I J-2 in I.I !k '
1'Iczi; i,1; 1t I fb 14)j( iiitanct ; $ I 1 David -:. .> >a-eh.! ard! .t'ci's f'v. : Oil ; 5'U bx'* E--'>rt.-d rl! 'ss : lty
i i anH'iu tci.'U its' cnnilft; !i.U! t.ikes I tin,' K-nne'ly! IIeiiv I : LaF.I.I 1 i in the : f -tr' n; !:" ct his c Uf (;vy-
from Yr. shitiii u to New York, a di.!5 .:aneeof ) to jsJfKthit t t J'.n; s-dtjof t I tie!I sune Ins opport'jiit v-ity; .Vnr.r-s S. Krai; ; ,,d.i! aO.l city of Awilhin rI t ()' : C ;rTtiy. i '. c'i-f ':: :s'-f.: > f s bv strict attention tot ; I)') a.'lt-'L! Painf F.'r'J; heHla; k !Di'Spintsh
I T \ x c't tj [L L f: c TO i's: S. L r7iLL : Ilronn: Vt.ow! Green PaRjjd ;
no less jhan i3<;(> rjilrt's. The letter toimdiM'stand <* >:nn5d: Jo hi< :.jils! throu hont I the (Union! 1 f-diiiilton M'lrriy, cootiiuiin alithcoI a. : A t i.Lr t') : tn4lC fl.W O-.f'. ; ,:

1 ti! sin o'.anty! of the scene I Inui v.3r> an; a'it'i 'ri ;id ti nire sn'o-cribeis tliatt'.erc 1 !m finn! of iirais'it- 1 \, Murnn ; \:; I I)? sold on I the se.. oi/l ?.io; day in sc;?- t JlTT-a! : IOART.! reirl for sate bv

: ((2i o'i.v ami Pi l'-Jnr next, ( lltL I ) at t the Conrr-hi-iwe (-:;- V. i'it'ih'1 of Ilricic Jutltl'r. R.rch I 1!. F. ABELL
r.buut to irt'or.l, tljtf reader must ima-: will bi no lU'i-i.iijoa! from I tlu; price fixed, : lra.h1.i. ; st'.ry ro r- p _
iiclv r, ct-t ii I1tiiii the doi/r, -at t I lioaclh-'s! I lil'ill'!, ii: %'/iI.I nJto!t couiyiJnn ; n. I CI'tmut a:' Vatr ss. tk
pine four individual*. :r copy, which l i i mn-t I b.; ] t ofCi.'i'a'av (
the u-uil IIOMIS ;r ;: os.
of sub
\\ ; trie
Washington, one at i iltiiuore 40 m'} '*' 'tisd-red: -a--orj''i: for 1 t-.vo I haisdioinc ootavo; cc- l.'i-aer ; \71-; followijru- ---- -
fcdisiaut crrivtder bn !
t' if t :r eanwr-
pertv > v. : Carl.IT'
and < J.-i i A .
: v.tlumi'soi'over bundud son: <-, visible JOT
; .soi'oi e.ich.KiM'xiMns .
: one at I jiiti1c1iiia* ; :IO-i < milesfait'icr Ins, b.en <:ured|$I th re parai i I partners: of t the firm ff Wilson, F'.ur liU'KJ.vd ii'.ul ci.j'.ty rcrrs of I l'ti'!, lyiru g r-! '1tPrtr.d h--vior i.ujvhtw'tf fr rr? 3Tr.It 1 Fancy Prilr-EPrui.h aid Anericbe

and f DrnxsM : Nw ul& ; n'l %vry .-Ip.rr ( iruhan. ,
; 'v Citv.( < > } )' Ncv.- York I 112 miles the r !:ie of J v'fo A. Jlhu-ic'.vcli and to'be : Chna L' wa#, t"r J.adC'.' Th't5,
p' ) TT > : sold d'cines fsl
iVV'are Sh Fi'
taist lo iMafiu''i Pat-its Oti.s '
I i rn \ -\ t l'\\ su nit. worthy j the pitr>- a;>;) : ti. < .t( ; | of \\- Com : v> v- '
1rbr. 'f.i' 14 ;l i : ; iiit jsse I i only of S'' if ;>n'"i i-nl: L'-itis'.jtor-: I tiat t'e !, )V' II U:: d thterd't: d ot 'l\'\ t i'r;< i the t f-ivi" for the c'2r !I't.!t. :ur'rri". w'-il /. :,; i H r ta.' h'i-4'; f Al l-'Jne-; I Lac?!c l i'anr rie*, in r'attoro.

ib inirn:+:o.jts ; t ii! t>;;: cc at each of :i'l'i) Aiii ?ii.-m pu'ili. ji. nly! ; \vin will lirM ndr.'j" I t the: 1.III t1 Fl'iidUii't'.fl i lj't tthiii 1'i le Al-o i :liti'idred :>rd sixty: acre of } \'.\t i' "! c* MI r i f fV.i .::r .IflLT L4 Mn'ttlt9 I.ti ttt-d.

these 14.1t4S, an 1 a com tmnicnti'iii desiatchcil this Tanvay: or r jj.iri'j vi. K\OVI.EII:, a Stitjej t ; 1 Ir ii I I liprrfop! > ordr-rf-d, that I pu1 on ilickniy 1'nli, 1 *vied on as t the piMoerty c.rlh f ::'s4! Cti...:f-i'sf :svf''i V' t-'iVv- !' ? u't') !hiif"ifrdv.d : f and si'iirlt

| f;'om auy onis written ; nd :
(t.flrs.1 i1 : ; y b :dI the othoi *.:. 1 1y C Zf.fl. a v.ivk! fr t thi s;,ur11 t |, ,mouths! ( f the (for t tli<> uv.r I lx 15.Aljo s' : i i- r Tat: t>s. ft n'c.>''!' -i '. ery-trf: ;.*! n ?i.-lv! tartey Sl'l SIa'di4 aid: j1ras''i.i,

t.13tIl: (i t Ilt' l I <'rr.: < '1itio-is of t'ie 1 'rNda'ts'! i\1cize; Q i ii j! d, lyii' in; i ues'V'llKv 1 k''Fz: i iv .');;t'o.r: O.-JT St tu* r '?, rr-d tr' ri arrr'Wtt'k Rich Ivrrv ad l-p -r Fans,
: e uanesof lf>vi>'d OT a> t tJ'.e iir.'') -rt" of.i J-/-IT (1.; 1, ; FI-jTU'etl MosHr.s. IV.'lori'it-s and < thersksIndies' I -
the s rr'i1rlv
the hav. li.'er j yi.-ali-rt ;.Td i...* *u )!. !. in man r.l- a'is-ver to I > :iJ irll 1 I tt f torcho-;:ure on or[ I t. i-: J t':1r'n: t .
wliirh 3h *
jtlaros : y: are staiiuucdV.uiiin : 1 j* 4 A'i* ail; to b. *.ild for the t.iv-s f tie! (; cd. t t r E'rs'-.
sh1 ls winV5j ::. now bwi ivinedied, I -t h' ;a hc : : : i.a (' :; I ) 01. .ti'1 'ii ; :>r jv:ir !i' ) fit-ii si'l'! ...rtieStsI'lnvtins -. prrn
\ :. ; nii.-ItaUittiure. aruyou iti Cot Also, forty ;:aero c.f J tnd, lyi'i hoar Crvk Kid Walking Sh Vs. w5iina a'idDo Camr?
ir''Iul will 1t.CeiI 0:1: !i'
4 lcd : Jforrhat.t ?
c j r:;:jrn \\: Ii olliritj: ] ducinicnts, arid 1 ;jeor. r. tin -I tli in and .S'ir inters Cnnutry rm
.' urciim with i'hiii'idphii' ? H hy dJhjn!. r-s.-arcli, lo s-rr/iy the Special 1 'further i onL-r( '. ivt-i I in the premises as to the levied OM -\< the pr-WMty of A. fi. Hryuut: and I tobe t.tht.r! t'fiaL: it tu Jheir isitctv.4 tt> cali and taiuie \- t black and colored Kd upiirrFlorence. -* aiid1
!II ihriio,- *. V *s. : : sold for the [.";. Leghorn, Optn-ttcrk aiiJriv Dcr4Sra'
vent- >
r Jv's<:i .'s a'dd! liv' -es omitted! m former cui-! I Court !M''Veein! meft.t.A : hid> stock a-sd 'riee.All ordti will

,,!!. j'ut UK In connection ivitliat j ; latio. The i .,! \ to Jluvij'.l! (. \\-orkf.f s-ih- I ( CoW-T.-; .) .((4)IINV.. COOK, .Sl.T'ff.: [f-iroyiiv ;UU'r'k'u t
:i uil.i.i:1ih: j l-% itatil ?s : !id 4 ltl'5 is a u(;vv feature of ( WH.LFAM VALLFAU: Clerk.jir'I and ox-oJIicio Slate( T! x (2tIct'.r. I l-i' Hi: F. AEELL.PBINT Fl-.ii! s-frtMed: trid toured Swiss and JacliiiIltislii's.

_. ;itin: wlii.-h viil : -2."), ] !.; March\ 1)C>, 1 S 1'J.'; KJ'JrnHfifo :: i iP.esi
:. .tt. sir! \ an :nI : ; : .jx: ; it invaluable for rfereucp -I lMmI'KAVKLI.X t .
.rr'tvr_.44 lr
U I* ( A H'r :* ;' ( i : hviI I, you can s.-r.I... -,, .. ;- q'-. Al, f .! Tn :: Cn3Io foy'K N-.5! tnfe"d t--) sell very low. i

>' t.iK: v, nil iJurirJ! hM..ihin .rc' i id r I i' (,I lb FlIAcr < (Ol'.VIT' !'l.O.J DA.enJHtrnii FIUST! t ; MONDAY( IN DF.CF..UjiU: 1- ; AHEHO rs K.At March S F. KOPMA5-

\\'. ;;:ui.: Huw
d. !phi.i. Jlislory, tliy) ar.; ;u-v ::spai.1; 1 vvstli Mem-iirs l (.f.1.t v<- :foreclosure of Mort .i3 shull! expose for sale b-'fore the Court lloiw* t! e\f.-n.s'v.- t-:- .rent for Paints, O:2x. and Glass.

iIatk11dis.; -Iteiy I Is that yo Li. !1;i'u Presidents ratiis a iiJ: a 1 ll.sloSj ol L I the various ad Ira I- .T 1's! V Smith.! f) "re door, in I the town ot Miiriannn: .Ja1L,0; i ) PRINTS OLY: UII5SOX! ; ( & CLAIT! ,

\%.'a4I2IflZ14ell The work i is cdil--d: and i I : : cl : and all I others arc lurehv, or t i- I Flori l.i, OM the L first Mouly i in Dc-cuinbcv) next,t, EY 'VTTr )J..\ J A.XD UETA1L DLALEESC

Washinat :i. \yt, arc yon ronnrctcd Wi N VVTIM\M.S.! s f.miitrity compiled: with hy I\Ir.! J'o-Politi'id -Iiii'd I tint t the j ii it i.l to for'clc a icorf iof ,r(. j the tU>[ljyjnr prf>pfrlyor so ttuch! the reof as \\ili ,, ,, 3r '.., -', -' ,. Paints, Oils, Varnishes TurptnitiLe, ifldO
our '1 th'j d.-feudaiit! on his intcn'si! in t.he strain !P >}' tho Stale r.iid Coimty Taxej die; thereon iur -U' -J Cw L to *:j\J i? 3 .3i m &c-,
with Niv York / ariI 1
iiilory( >t'ili.stVai !
I am wc-ll ta tir ; Siijocl and all'ord j ;jflie-rally:::, Albiny, has thid.iy been JilcJ in the olrire Ut,' the Vear IS 15 : '*-i CKi>AR STKEI-rr, X. I'OP.K. Will kePt;> con
I'liiJadeljiljia.-: Ce it mnriattfp 1 1r the pu'.ilic, a sulfi- the Cleric <-f said Court, nud that judgment will .*J'2'J acres :2.1 rate land-i\os. rot known-pur- This stock of PRIX rF.n < .' LlCOl: lien mer.t of MIXED PAIVTS of AH coir ill Stsrii
t and
.. Y fnshinjt n. Put ine in connection with; the accuracy fi-L-hly of ba prayed t lor at (!lie next fall I 1 term of si iid Con rt. porting to !bch'u! ; to Coonell L fc .t1iIls.s ai i --- pi. .,,' .. fS.. ..
: Hi'jjiatioa and! acc.imimvin1' I Ii it'rv. reivnuv pnr'sajpi i >r eO5'u s ar u >:.orc crein .r- -
New York! K\7AJlb:! U'ALICER: : A. (;I. SKAI.MiS: : _) acres of ;]id rate land belonging to JouDavis. > AT CilJi-lA; : !ILY KL-.DUCEU J'illCK.areoflbrtd; variety of articles in the painting Lnt too'1nicn

Philadelphia.! : ; Ay<*. ayo ; \vat;( a ininu:c. 4 iril I ] 1 li I Fult'iti.! iiJu-tN.v-York., ..lii.xII 1 I isin.21 I- I JIM Att'y fr Pert ioier. at tn>m >:is tt mention.lloue .

I (Afi<*ra pause.) (/.i ;dlt:1I-fll-v! : : for it.Washington. -- b- J'2'J' acres of Sd ratelan'lbelonsrina; to the! estate S-n: at>-l !;:cra

.-Xew York, how are \on I ? .I:3ksc ai CU'llu ti1.: Caua' ol L'-vin Hrown: and adjoining; the IGth section 1 Jo C Cosis; ( JVr Yard; ) LOITER! ir. ,, with ncatnejs and dsptC'

n: s'j'ivriiis i i.tler f.r sile a 1are and n!i Spears, ) ul Hnnvn's Ferry.'ii 7HAX THE PRffJ;;> "' meliorate
{New York il-i-s .Et t answer.) se a- f iViilion for 1 Foreclosure of .1.! APR!!.. prices, fur crtf-h '

Philadelpliia.-Hallo, ? York, WaIjington ..b.9i',1? :* s-tjcl of Dry Goods; consijiti: :! i'i Robert w'laldJc\! !. ) Alortgago.rpiiK '." acres of-2d l rate land belonging to tlieotalc tX": Purchasers :,re _jM".i.-: : d rhr- prices-andallowances 2-2 Wetter street, Apahclucclij
pars William
ofXe 15ank : made f,>r a sr.vt-t .' ri'id.: Jm. 10,1513.!
sjjeaks 10 you ; hear him ? Why' ro IIers"vs aud 1.iisey', defendant v.-li; take notice that at the 'I'll acres of 1st rate land belonging to David {:r- t Cai; l' trii.s ( rf.i"\v I ;.} r.>rrr>ctfj daily)

don't you answer J V/iiit i t,' and II *'! I 1 tnn'l J. Fall Ft run, 1 > !'3, of tu-! Circuit Court, fr Certmati.fJJU -jv ulatinj; the !' -\,vnii\ t the bands Iron, i'iais, 4c.

New York.-1 do'j't got any tiling from Plain: and Fancy Jean*, .J.tekon County I will r.pply to the aid Court' acre-s of 2d rate land lic.1o1in to Malcliomb of bnyei-s, and < :i wit : P'lin s'i!>-Jc-rin-is have pfi tamtt t arid fvf
him.* Double t willed I Tw pd--I for a j1ill&1eI1t:l cf f Sri-closure, of a certain inc rt- GilchrNf.1'JU New York J.
__ ; Jni.c C, 1 l- pi.TIJ. ;. lSly: I It4'h wliolt-alt* and retail, low fcr Cash
I Washington. I c"tthi: from :New Yoik.Philadelphia. Super' fancy (3fl 'i''s, a- executed hy him I to I I'KJ' plainfif"' ; on the 1stof I acres of rate land belon! In;; to I Henry J' f?>:ts n-sTtod Iron ; 5t tj keirs assorted Na ,

; .-New Yoik Washington; Super; K:.iyiisi; ; and' 1 French Cloths, January I IO, on two naves named Allen and I Haunan.SU' (': I fvi ke !Spikes; AVrought and Cut,

he that frmu Whitney iilankets, I'l I, I II 1 and I 1:2: qi. Jiu y- A. H. BUSH, acres of 2d rate land belonging to Jatr.csMontfort. .>T rcc-tve'i ;Vi i,;) .' ,* U-.t Yellow Pine L'lrn- Shrotar.d I loi1er Iron,

says gels you. J'jil[! r.hojkets, h li and 10 jr.s.Diim Attorney for Petitioner t br-r, 25S. r'3d qnihtics.! Al-i o'i lactI l 50, Hollow Vv'are. a general assortment

Ualtimore.JJ'j'.v 3 i is it that Washingtonhears I, )( <, Isretnlins i t ; sjnd'.vn t ?, Marinnna. July I.:!, 1 IsJt; :.;:S- I ru. SO acres of 'd rate land belonging to Washing I U'hite! PiKus I
from New York, and New York does .1I.'l'a will b-j s'.M i.
SliirJinland Simc tiijjj, ton Mayo. >\v lor the ca.b, hvPETKK 1 Ci-ok ami Parlor Stoves Sad Ircns,

not hear frotn \Y.i
I Philadelphia: -There's where Fn Hored.: < V.u-ii: Drilling and Ticking, : rniT\n( V AND) PKI\TKRS FU 11- & Dudly PoopUs.HJ ( ?;II LtHnl-T will bn d.-livercd {trorn the jard!, Jlntanria and Juppand Wares., ras3 A'

I J>ahimoie.) -Yi'hat is the reason, Washington Linen; and Cotton Ch--ok*, j:: Mih XISIIIXU cribers: ; hnve\VAISKIIOIJSK.j : ( acres of od rats land hclongir'g to W ilo:1Slewnrt. after this d tf f.> niK>s5s paid tar, or a written! ordor I'i re Doit". Shovels and Tongs,

; ? I Irih!i LiiiPtt, !Shirting 3'id Sheetinij, THE in the opened. a new Tvj>e tt.ta a ivsionble t'erson. March 2Sj'i Hos! and Thimbles, Blocks i1"ump POI' '
cityt. New:
\Vahinor.--ecause! New York, lias I Ie.i''iK"d Cotton Shirtinvraud Shooting t tliev! York, where S'J' acres of Sd rate land belonging to G. G. Mirlirj Spin Yarn, Manilla antilmpC'14
are redy ti -ii!>ply order to extent i t. Uiil! Sit.. Ciox: Su.Mr,
K'U'.isli: Flinch a id Aiii.-rscan Prints any r Windham.I'M .
not properly i'Ij-is'od his kind i of Jo! il0 Anchors Pitch, Oakum, Tar Coal Tar.R"13'"
magnet.Pjliladflphi't. nov ,
T d
IXtia itd ) or Fancy > !>e, I Ink, Paper, Gasps., NV.vrl.-vw( ; s-iper, plain : twilled of 1st land ,
acres rate
J ; .__! have been )hard at work i Super; ; Ci !niiere dTIci e, Ginghams, (Alleys, Iras! Rule, STKEL COLUMN RULE, ii. % i1ot,. belonging to John I'M' ) ) sick- Rio (Ci.fv! j .',' ) Java, Turpentine. Sperm and Linseed Oil,
P,tints and
nil day-1 feel like bricks-'rail i.o nipper- I'vtM riper Muslin: do l Lame, Composin! :; Sticks Chas-s, und: every article, I necossary I VMTJKL STKVENS, Sheriff and -1 1 c3-'ps Hyson T *:s, : RrushcsRiegirigUndMatts Puulp

1 ] have had a fctiir
J hecn so ,tctstes i to writ** alone > 1 Italian hlHc and mat'-rials. Per r>U Mctkri d>. Bnrtvn'si and
many -one ) } r figured( Silks, JOHN .1'. MYKICK, Oeputy. Lobby's, March 1 4 ROBERT ALLEN &
thnt; gave us T1 17. 1 want to so.Washitjoi. luck Silk Cravats and fancv I Hkfs, The Tj'pc which ?re cut in imitation of I the Marianna, June 1 IS 1G. ->i-"fs 21)> Sperm: CnndU.s,0hs brown SJp, ,
English letters, are c.s-t in new Moulds from -------'---- IOU) bags Shot ;HO ke
Eihish and ani' -- ----------- ; Powder
\Vait a liule.IJaltSmore. ; .S-IJKT: i Pongee Silk Ilkfs I Iron Nails 4tc.
.-(la it cripples.Philadelphia. !:u.l li'ii; i afi-l American Cotton Hkfs I new set of Matrixes with deep counter? JUST received per brig Morea, from N. York, 2UiM Ibs Lead1; 1 casks! Lin.MiedOil, TONS Swede, Iron asserted, sizes
ye ire warranted: to bi irisnipaHie'l: by and i-iii kegs No-s. 1 and 2 Lead 10 h 'JU-J ke.zs White LPaJ 9 ,
any v ()!) boiled Xo
Madras( and Verona head I Hkfs, ; gals l Extra and Pure. ...,
'__J 100 do.I .
Who Nails
.- is writing."Washington. bo '- keg' ,
sold suit
to I the times. All Linseed
I the furnished Oil 5UU' Ibs. For sale
type ; Putty 20 boxes S by W. G.
LaJies' Cotton llosa a'id Gents llf-hosp ; by 10 PORTER: & Co. !
.-Din'i talk all at once. by us i.s hand cast." The types froin any Ibm Ju- and 10 by 1 1C Class ; 20) doz. pints Congress Spring Nov23 I casks Weeding Hoes, assorted quahiIs
Mirs! illesandVorstci II Water
Snjiyr ? _. street.
Vc-stings, CD( Blacksmith Steel Facet! Anvils Jlojers area case, Cot ton and Flax Thread, diy can be mulched at thi-i establishment. Water' ; I 100) Ihs fresh Tamarins ; Gum and Oret % $ '

11 .So irc Sally Thompsin Plain and fl'tl 2vO
Gen. Jackson of the most approved patterns. Iay 16. II. PC' rfS- very heavy "wville, Mart & ,
Imss '
( ) are a Jaconet: a-id Cam'iric Muslins, ___ iflELL.aI .
12: dozen and Shovels
{Composition:: Rollers cast for Printers. 43J11 Co. Raing; ; yao' coils Rale Rope Spades ,
And ,
N. .
Col. 'dh'S
so are Jnhnsing.Philadelphia. Tape, L.a. &cVIiiti COCKHOFT 1oie. for sale by 10 Colling Axes,
0 ) .--\Vho is t thai ? 1 will discuss have Ii, c-i selected with inNew '
great care
r Dec. 13: IS 15. ly OS Ann-st., New-York.Oci 100 1 P( Kentucky 1iaing, March"? J. DAY fc Co. 10 bxs Cotton and Woolen Cards.
that point.Washington.. York' and! H.islon.froin Importers! and Agentsof : :_. : 10J. coils Rope ; :'JU pcs Hessians, 1 case Rowland's* Cast SfeelMill S'fl'

.-IJaltinmre Keep; quiet ? Mmufacturen, at the lowest market rates, and Cosguneut. .1 1 bales Da-rging: Twine, for sale by Ssu!<: )icry for 4it ; Cost and 1000 lbs Cast and German Steel, for sale JtfWM. .
hiladelphia, tell New Yoik I lo ask me loe. LIe now( olll-red at wholesale or :etail on favorable subscriber has just received from (helot WM. G. PORTKR & Co. Ci FCS. G. PORTER & C
terms by WM. G. POIITKR & Co. THE tT
write dots ; (t that i is to adjust his m.iiniet.) and publishers a beautiful Nov20 41 Water street. HAVING on hand anasortuw.nt of Saddles., Nov 29 9'1 Water
> _
Nov. l f<. :1 Ml.I 41 I Water street. _ _.
of Paper I Hanging, Foolscap and Letter &c. &c I will dispose of them T7 OLGER'S AllIIe3hm0
Philadelphia.-Aye, iye, sir ; wait a hUh Paper> as Olosaonian.or
New York, as!; Washington to write dots.New .Ilu( l{ ASKKf.S' : Lomliii;; CluliOOtj'j (_ilctifljhtgl ne Day IOG! !
York.-AV VIV: : Washington, write April-I Ilegih'-a: Sffni.J" ,B.for S.saLe hJAVLEY.I liv IJo'iks I'eb T( tC., which he very low. !.J fiinia, fur sale by brig be On sold hand for cash.a tine B wy anil Harness, which will I Complaint, and all diseases vt the thiroa!

F. KOI'MAN. April IS J. DAY & Co. > lungs, tor sile bv
March "
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borrowed the caudle&W'Ith which she wartch- theConvention, as the nomination of Brocken- by the G..eral Gva.ent, in .....n.. g "-lt '
ed his sick couch. Ahid many a one, who has brought. was all arranged. We also Jearned that as pointed out in Mr. Calhoun's tWopliy pithl a |" -'f ...'
c ome from the South, or xWestor East, and heavy odds were offered to be bet by Mr. B's Memorial of the Memphis Convention? ^ e Gove m.,lr
' fallen into the extravagance and fashiont bf Ifriends, on 'his being nominated. With these 4. Are you in favor of the Sub-Treasny ? following extrwfirsd pfi ar-Loo
the leropolis, has been indebted to his facts before s, wepenned the article entitled 5. Are you in favor of an amendmentto the will dereto show what E inglanda -Sl <
beolher clerks fur his shroud and his coffin. et!--t.-
' b [o.ol .Prter l shr d n. ,, rDemocratic Convention," published in our pa- Constitution, limiting the eligibility fny one hand of Mr.Pelk.- '
[Cor. N. B. Purita'n. ( eort Cnnin, ulsd
1 or. per of the 21st ult. Had we have known the person to the Presidency of the"United Stes to "JIf we compare se teta with ihe' ma e. ."
fi u ars .ted lsng re Iin an"In$
C{nOM If$l CIATL .lA Tm IS m resultof the Convention'si labors, we should not four years ? Al" .. r td"" i ,"P" ,
have published it. Believing what we had heard, 6 Are yo in favor of direct taxation to rso. s.olesai.torm, "qf i
COMMUNE 10VERTISER f, d ille 6fI the- aitd tois,11
we deemed it our duty, and our right, to advance ply revenue for the General Government ?. the wok territory,,v o id inMr. .a.l.w.
APAACICLATUSDVAIMST4,84 desptch of the ftih of -Augm 9t f bw *er.86
AALAOO-, the opiniEons therein set forth. We still maintain We shall expect an answer to these questions, shallnot be kpT.rised othat he a .er 0 11
r 8^ The following gentlemen are authorized all that refers to Mr. Brockenbrough's right to and if the candidate is not a CALHOUN MAN, pacificaang^ement has b:n 'rwrh"JdoattW
Agents for the CoMMeRCIAL ADVERTISEm, and will the suffrages of the people of Florida, for the and if he is an 1 old fashioned Democrat he i gte Tha" SenW t'- -. ^.*to '
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise- office of Representative to Congress, but we ex- will come out, and speak for himself. If he does : executive office. It is lea ace the o1t '- / "
ments:- pressly disclaim any intention, in writing the not, we shall take it for granted, that he '"loves flue ued o01PPlar excitement and .of oid M011
.. ... ,,.. ition tnadeopyionmmion of the Comofiz g2 : ....
MRSSRS. MAsoN TUTTLE, 88 William Street, article alluded to, of making an attack on Mr. darkness rather than light "-ad. for a good i and. aa it hanmore than once donw -fTgii. ":
New York. displayed a d2$v&!.%)f siat81111111111ttyrudej
New ^Baan P'^. NYow r.l .n "Brockenbrough's private character. Should we reason. dmpiyedso ona deEtt.of ma tem rndha: f ..
DUAVID BRAVO, Esq., New Orleans. -........... r soo auffice t to grasp he t prav ,me r th'*li .
WM. W CHIEEVER, Esq., AlbanyGOa. ever feel called on so to do---should, circum- CALHOUN PARTY. coufniy n corecthaKtiot e
JAMEs H. WILSON, Esq.,F Port Gaines, Ga. ,stances ever force on us so unpleasant a duty- The Sthen Jounrrn, the Calhoun organ .teesan-.'w eii aft. ela.inofre. "
Major JACK HARtDmAN, Eufaula,, Ala. ., ,, The Southern Jotftav, the Calhout or9an ,ted,partisans, we have na'doobt =3aiffiin~ ^
weu shall not shrink from it ;--but we will do it I,-I. _afl n l l....
o we ma not shin troin this State, lays much stress on what it asserts 'of the Senate jil prove iihly lpm. m In .:,
NOTICE.--AI1 persons having claims against openly. If we have any charges to make, we to be the fact, t.Mr. K is "devoted United States." .-
to e te fcttha .M. ]ainzs tldevtedUntwawell forthes. a e .L=..&0
r this ,office, will present them to J. L. WYMAN, will make them explicitly--so that "1he who friend of VWr. Calhoun. It also appeals to the It was well for the peace ^ Cenil a
'ihe Publisher, and those indebted to the "Com- runs may read"-we deal in no equivaqnes-no adherents of that gentleman to support Mr. KA^T that or the utiverse-for the bsppi .e mercial Advertiser," for subscription or adverti- hyperboles. When we arraign a man at the bar for Congress--and in a subsequent paragraph, human race, that they could in this .reg- '
sing, will make paymentto him, he being alone of public opinion, he shall have a fair and open the Journal states its belief to. be,rthat the next gencyi "LoM *to"'-rt SCTA'rt1 to- 41 te:
authorized to collect theold accounts statement of the charges we have to make, that presidential election will 6e carried into the 6 ferases, ofMt: on"try, and dMre & &te. r.
SJfuly 21, 1846. he may have a fair chance to make hij defence. House of representatives, and that Mr. Kcai,, n of t nominal eaeeutire." .' [ .
Crcustance, which have lately traspir We trust that "Anon," whom we are notable if eected, will east the vote of Florida-tr to the Whigs in fhe'Senale, who led the-.
,Circumstances, which have lately transpired, lrd-o
render it necessary, that we should make the fol- o recognize by any means his communication Calhmoun, of course-it meant no doubt, though it opposition to the scheme of party Wau .
lowing avowal of the rules by which our Edito- affords, butf whom we hope, and believe, to be a don't 8ay so We know not what isthe authority mean of a ruhiow Wai!. Honor, to the., f
rial career will be governed gentleman, (aud it is because we think him such, dendent Democratic Senator, who obl ya .'
rial carer will begovernedof the Journal r br claimi",, Mr. KbrN, as a POlit-'oiOg
Weshail writeon any subject, that may appear we have nik'ced his article) willdo us the justice ical adherent orfMr. CALotfiN's. We ask for attachment to party, when their countryain .,
Sto us, to callfor our remarks-a discussion retrachs assertion, or furnish the authority its authority? Whatdo#sMr Kxre.sayto this? w.iitagqe.. So ong asit coatrntem'obegoc^ ^
whichmay seem to us; likely to benefit the society o" which it is made. Is it a true bill or not ? We should not be,. r P^ _. of such7 "Schre, spirits,'* we ay a ?
inwhich we live, or the party to which we be- There is one other remark of 'Anon's" which praised if such was the case. The Journai is in exclaim," LooamTOr SzATp r .*".-
may be ectaswellheotosionofMr.ce-it is" theI allOegationi i'. '
f long. We shall examine the qualifications for it may bewel to notice--it is the allegation, espcial esta he occasion of r. AIN'S PRINCE OF MOROCC .
office, of any man, who presents himself as a that none but Wig have made attack on th nomination, ile the Flridiun receives th What has. bec e of the GA '
candidate for the"suffrages of ourselves .and our private character of Mr. Brockenbrough. We news with a very lugubrious visage, though it EMPEMaO -oir MOnocco's Paoao Mao t" '
fellow-citizens; in so doing, we will never per- have been differently informed. We have heard avows its determination to support the nomina- Is he ci mpleting his education? He ,i
mit ourselves, to make an unjust'attack lon e of some made by Democrats, (on what evidence tion-it evidently does so, though, with a bad pretty strong ef.rt to e HELP, in te hap
mittnourtelvedentoymaoesson tnjustatttckaonae retty Strong effort to get hELP in the sbapii'V
Private character of any gentleman-we hold we know not)-we have head that a member of grace. The disappointment of the _loridian is impertinentqueptions, calling on'the '
that to be sacred, and not to be wantonly assailed. the Democratic Convention brought before that evidently induced by another cause, than sympa- of the General Government, for inf," '
But atthe same time should a manpresent him- body a f nper prate conduct, on y for BOCKEBOUGH. No doubt the Fri most of which, Mr. Benton told him
ttyeforrtR of Mr.- B. No doubtthe orutostaofewhr, tMr.nBetonws idehmniminati
self before the people, as a candidate:for their the part of Mr. Brockenbrough. But whatever' dian views the nomination of a, castic style, could be atlained, by loo1f0 -*
suffmages, who has been guilty of violating the may' be the fact, as to the authors of a charge, coupled with.the resolution of the Convention, Library of Congress,- ad that none of itln.-
laws of theeountrv, or the rights ofsociety, we charity demands it should not be credited on laudatory of Mr. CALx otrUN,ason usforP o-,Ls be of any use when obta ied. Bat this.. f ,
*shall feel bond to bring his offences in array be- the mere assertion of the accuser-and until Mr. prospects for a Second Atera, so far as Florida is nothing more than right--that as the Legisla i. ".-
fore him. When we intend so to do, it will be B. has had time, and opportunty to defend him- concerned. of Florida had sent Mr. E&lee to the Senafe :4 1 :
done openly. We will make no cover attack, selfe This is no more than car ing out the ax- If, Mr. KAiN is a Calhoun man, the bId Dem- th United Sates to compl .i edueatiog -
nor no inuendo-leave nothing to be understood, ota, that every man is to be deemed innocent ocraticA)arty may have sotne qualms of conscience that the Scnit should find Semnate boolk i, _
_ We shall endeavor,'at all times, to be "'fidus et til his guilt is proven. in voting for him, when they read Mr. CALdnuis rather think th, King of the .East,"';as he. i' .
. audax"--faithful to Our duly, and fearless ini the THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION opinions on Internal Improvement, and look at styled, find himself out of his element."% '. .
e discharge of it. We shall-never shrink from the We have heard the secret history of this affair, the clause in his Land Graduation Bill, giving the His ,,"Cuba Annexation" ResoluioBn--ilt L -'.
' hand~iionf any proper subject, in proper man- It seems members from the middle found that lands, which remain .unsold after a c"'if I term foolish questions which hle wanted the. nate'ip '
, ner We shall, akt all times, call tA ings by their BRocKEmnBouTa could not su`ceed, and they of years, to the States, respectively, .in which have answered, for him,; raised sucia' lauth :<;'
r ; right names" Wheh we "are sure wearerigblt being opposed to a candidate from the East, pro-, they lie. the Senator's expense, fla.:le has hidden~bi
we shall GO'AHEAD." posed to withdraw BRocKEMBaOVGH, if the The "signs of the times" clearly indicate that diminishedIiead". eer"ane.-.. From thit.--p .^ t
' If in the course of our Editorial career, we East would withdraw BRoosoN, and let the West Mr. CALHOVN, and his party, will not long ad- the geMtlemar has tafea ip big position ro 'in ;
should offend anY man, without a cause, and hn- nominate the candidates This was agreed to. here to the Democrats. He opposed them on the ", Sleepy Hollo" The truth is, the Senator,.
f justly wound his feelings, we shall ever beTeady, The whole plan was arranged out of doorsAuring Oregon question He is in favor of Internal Im- felt he was In the wrong box, he yaa. Iidt-"
- if convinced we have done wrong, to repair the a recess of the Convention. They then met in provement. He is in favor of giving the whole of his deficiencies, and lie was afigttf. i a'"1
injury. We shall ever hold ourselves ready to and Mr. of the public lands to the States in whichthey. Would find hi out, if he did not ta something- '
meet any responsibility which may attach itself BRONSON'S names were withdrawn, as had been lie-a worse heresy by far, so the Democrats to say as other Senators. Heahodlhav.e laken:
to our present position, and to do, as an Editor, previously done with respect to that of YoxGE. think, than the plan of distribution of. the pro- warning of the fate of*an animal, w.", like our :
what we have ever been able to do as *an indivi- o, there being no name before the Convention, ceeds of the sales af the lands among all the reverend Senator, was ambitio---ihe'sd ati-d _- I V
dual-protect ourselves in the exerdse of our and the whole matter having been previously States, in proportion to their population He is mal wanted to pass.hitosf.offlfor a 1 l : ,? "
Just rights. concocted out of doors, Mr. KAIN was nomi- opposed to the Democratic Tariff'Bill just passed, whife skin he h A'dAesse4 himself vt-lhed fa', % ...
Having thus premised our intentions to do jus- nated and unanimously voted for. and only voted for it, because he liked it better ception succeeded very. well, but,-ie wa-r _
tice to others, we shall exact from all men a strict Speaking of the unanimity of the Convention, than that of the Wnig. He condemned the War satified-he thought that if hedid not aa ;*
observance of our own rights. There are men the So thern Journal savs:--" It is a proud with Mexico, and thinks it was brought about well as t is new associates, he shatld'be f ".
among the Editorial faternity, (we say it with compliment to that gentleman (Mr. KIn) thatunnecessarily. His feelings towards the present led of not being a rial Simon Parft; he.qpene *.. 1
iorr6w) who are restrained by no sense 'of de- on the first ballot after his name was submitted, odpn""ration are summed up, and expred, hisaws and easayedto do so--lioTal a r
cency, from disgracing their columns with low he was nominated by the UNANIMOUS vote of the there is no doubt, in the remark (-f his frieriland melodious bray betrayed his asinine orivfct r ::.':
[ personal abnse; men who, when they cannot an- Convention." What sort of a compliment is" coadjutor--Mr. lcDuFFIE-made on a late oc- Eulbe thought he would do'somethiMg swer argument by argument, deal in personalities; meant, when the adjective PR.OUD is prefixea to cason, that "it became every fi lend of The coun- talize himself. The plan. adopt dd..wakB Tfatoea'.
f men who would out do the patience of Job ; men the noun complimernt, we cannot divine; but we try to take ground against the Adminielration," as that of the fellow who burned4dowi' e templK-
who have even provoked castigation from the think thl history of the Convention's unanimity, and he further said h eAh0uld do s on the first of Diana at Epheus--it succeeded hOrewe4, if -41
reverend clergy. WitL such men, forbearance which we have given, will prevent Mr. KAIN -occa.'.l," procuring notoriety for the- Senator,--6 -
" ceases to bea virtue. They can only be ruled by from feelings very much complimented thereby, wT' have not a doubt but that Mr Calhoun not of Ihat character which S .
their fears'-examples which they have had near unless his vanity is of that kind that ia easlv ,oit being opposilion to the JAdministration in acquire-we may safetys'*sy,;-, ^",r-@-
home-'of a pteson,, relying on his privilege as an ickeied. less than two years. States Senator is not oftei an o tject- f.dper ',
officer, of a Court of Justice, as a member of the This flourish onj.the part of the Southern LOOK TO THE SENATE ""!! BRIBERY AND COK^OTTIO; -'"
Bar lor instance, availing himself of fthe protection Journal about unanimity is a part of the same This was the factious cry of the 54 40's raised Ma.ny of the States require meq.bers eltanof..,.
so aftbrded, to make an attack on an individual system of deceptive clap-trap, used by the Dem- fo engender suspicion in the breasisof the People, the Stale Legislatire.-to Sw~eaiatf .thyhve"."
;in the Court house, before whose indignant frown ocrats on all occasions, to gull the people. A -of the purity and patriotism of that body. which not bribed electors by money, gifts, tte,.5. ...
.he would afterwards crouch, out of doors, like a leaf out of the "same book may be found in that is their only ark oi safety, when the Marats and \Wher thera is"' an election..a.r.ed, bfteS ,of".A.
Craven, and be made t->swallow-his words. Such part of the Address of the Convention, where..Dantons of Ihe Demc~ratic party seek to deluge direct bribery in any of ihe'abio~wayfl^ e'ear.,.-.
an example, has encouraged a similar cowardly in they say :--" We the Delegates and Represen- :the country with an unholy and a bloody war.-- iycnlrote, c~t.bypsoo^Esor ovsn-.
Course i persons, who think the character of tatives of the Democratic party, of. Florida, To gain a party triumph, they are willing to see arrICE. W'e..had, a sample of this'id mod f':-.
SEditor, a privilege for unbounded license of abuse, BROUH TOGE.THEZR BY THE VOICE or THE- the blood ol (heir fellow-ciliz'ens, shed by foreign litica[ warfare during lhe~irst Srat4ti-on. : .
and" a shield against' punishment. Should any PEOPLE OT THEIR PRIMARY ASSEMBTLIES." THE bayonets, in defence of a tille to territory which heree are not many offices bt -^^nfe.a
such attack be made on us, We shall not respect VOICE or THE, PEOP:LE...'' Rather the voice of t hey knew lo be untenable by reason and argument, emolument in this county, in, 'id"g'. -of. ~h^ .
Itar an instant,_ any such sanctuary. We shall the army ot office-holders--the voice of the asses Well may t he People "Look'to the Senate." the Stale or the General Government. .Thcrer.'.i-
nevr mke he oluns f tis ape a cen ofwho are trying to poke their heads mnto the pub. ig mefr iht course of the "Gloriousafethtrepulae:sUe itisba .
gladiatorial warfare with any such individual; no ]ic crib. "'. Thirty-Eigh, Mlembe'rs ol that i~luslrious as- worlh having--and tgra.. others, 'tbdat.are '
one need expect to see in this paper a reply to h osmaeipdnewihdcaegmlg hvwr rsre rm"wradsought after because of .tlj',iftl.Be honor they ..'aUS
^~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ an alls hepdthu yaysc dtr h etnc ehv utd sa osiuu, n(edirecalamities that follows" in i rai"-- supposed to'confer. TheIDem0cratic alppointeo
/ Should such unpleasant events occur,' we shall as the language is vaguei and insufficient" to con'-,a war which would have raged during many to afew of the latter deseriptioft, are inapdaii
Consider^ them matters personal to ourselves, in v-y the idea designed to be expressed. Itwill be myasadi every quarter olI the Globe"-(heofdighesm a-.bter fcsht^ ,
which~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~er and puli henocnen anacutprevdtatewod"etor"cnee'eilrocdby q,' ol "be oel ila d oin tid e s a di bais bytbaeirof cs A then;to.w' -
to be settled withf the offender "out of doors.", 3ecsaytmaeenefthpasg.Te eei aeo.Aerawsukow -n he haft .been maliciou-l; ected in ordei^^ '
SA W rite wh o si n h im ef A n n i a h l -dr s isW s u d d o e w ih o en e o de t at a p r g d m g g es ig t R a l' g ad h i t. l k nown, tht*h a:ir., "l .j .
A,0mwriatior pulih ed in a certain prinon in a gistga-aadagis alrls.fcmp-'. -" lrp"r n luif," lc ne o," on,"a-tea)raf SP *
comuncatin, ublshedin cerainprit ingiton~bt i cheflysin aganstcomon snse woud Bnoffice are o Caomamel nd ed ofictarva-ymerure o tevey whreebut ,er .,.,

this S e, on he, subject' o attacks that have W shall-advert to it more particularly hereafter. ,men scalp each o her by he great lakes of Norlh among (he Denocrats, theib ."is L
Sbeen made In the private character ofbMr. Brock-Ifthe persons who caled that Convention to- America." From such a scourge of the human The glorious expectationsf: astf!* -
er h 0-"1refers to the Editor of this paper in gather compose the entire Democratic body, truly race, we have been sated"by the firm phalanx in Senators Levy anif Westcotadhel i
ths 611owing words :2.." rit is, more shorn of its fair proportions than we the Senate, who despite (.f"1etltunders.of iheir them, when descanlifng' the. bieoatefi@. t -...:"
I teno" efandhe hneffect, Id, weaevsse ahimetothub ribeh he .tn o r ost s nts conceived it, tobe. Juier Tonaus" (Alle.)- in ilempt of the Government, had wheTW d t4 1 appeti t".- *.
Jpaiachicola Advertiser, or apply to a .41r. If no other Votes are cast for Mr. KAIN r tian growlings and'"menaces of the Government Or- dously-they whereas ravpe SMsolvea-and-j.^ .,
Davis, of that city, for the latest edition of per- those of the persons-who "brought together" fhe gan-with a determined disregard of the popular ,so, that the )leaurgSfthey were 'enoy e- ,i
sonal charge s.? a i t on W i.H r ro e .,, "" = 4 ,L- 1
sacr ainst IIon. Win. H.rocken. Convention by TaEii vOIC.S WvHEN N THEIAR clamour, fanned by the hireling prints, who ex- inexpressibl.e dd4i-hof beitig'Aiibvod'fi
brouzh, said lae in his possession,, anzdready MA.' .. .'-,P- :".. ." ,
r t,. prestepulshe P pMTRIe: RY ASSEMBLIES -CONVENED,! -we shall cited t he country by inflammatory appeals based share, oL ;thg5 of 2A ms' "pooti^
fhi Mr Davisis the present Whig Editor'01l the have an easy victory in the coming battle. We "on l'ale statements of our ftile"-excitement e" o h d k_ p
1 onMi-lDavisaismtntspresent title Editor oetent9earnling of their-lited ,_bj=jble-.-wea
Advertiser." hope for, nay, we confidently anticipate, such a raised, to prepare the hearts ;f the People for brow 0-a4 d their.. ninz d 0 ..
We are at a loss to imagine on what, authority result. We believe none, but those who called war," as said the blustering Allen of Ohio If PUBLIC VK1B1 .Y...-.
I the above extract at was penned. Whatever may the Convendim,,,will vote for its-nominee. We the notice had passed the Senate in theshme form to"br been tsradiger 'o-f.' tai
be'the authority, the assertion that we have pre- trust to th*> good sense of the people of Florida,, that it came from the House, war would in 'all chantmerit to the vitw." Tftey..'-
pared, or are in anywise cognisantof any per- to prevent their being gulled into the support of human probability have followed. Read the were, felt te msdl.ea'.dre ina.^ |
sonal attack intended to" be made on Mr. Brock- a candidate, they had no htnd in nomin-ating-a speech of Sir Robert Peel made on resigning, and authority," and'o f o
enbrouh's pri vate character, asallude.d tjabov&, man unknotnva to fame," as well as (o them, it will be seen, that the otrer of compromise by of the "elegti.;,kq2: sueh fantiK capej ...
is without foundation, and devoid of any' sem- nominat-d by a Convention, .gontton up by a him tendered, would ,ot have been made, but before High' HWeaqa--as. n :-
blur, ce of truth. It' any such design as that in- few intriguers, who have the impudence to style that the Senate amendments enabled the Ministry. 1Good easy ""d'.' they .'
dicated'in the above extract existed, it 'was un- themselves "the Representatives of the Demo- to propose terms of settlement without sacrificing moon to have thoffgh 0 rors,- hi.k .on^
knon-to us. cratic party in 'Florida,"* nd the hardihood to the honor ol Great Britain. We thought,'s'soid, themth M
1 Between Mr. Br-kenbrough and the writer of affirm, th-at they. were "1 brought together by'the Sir Robert" Peel, he addition of these words Was lll surely' ripeliing,"hht^t i "
this rfic e, t e nbr og dte-ellationdtono heewrd a Cfhom erso-teSir ..R""ob"er"t is.'' .- it'" ..' ""
Sthis article, 'the relation of co-menbers of -the aeof the people in their primary assemblies." (the Senate .amendmena),'by those high' authori- came a -a kil.:1.. N
same liar has always, existed,'w ithou t anything, relci .oi-:7hp
toccurr to excite i tewit hout andthin QUESTIONS FOR THE DEMOCRATIC, ties, the expression of a hope that the termina- The election.wis ove.-the p.1
Occurring toexcite ill will on our part, and we CAND1DATE. l ion of the convention might the more strongly ed-where were We'--pD '.- the tti!f ^ ,
harbr nne o.a._ohm. i. atjie as, : a '
Harbor none toWards him. His naiie wasn- 1, Are you in favor -of diminishing Executive impress upon the two" countries the necessity of force "which 'had ,aept t.h ,'orl g., ^ ;,
nounced as a candidate tor Congresz, and we were. Patronage, by taking'from the President the an amicable adjustmerl-we Ihought these ex- together? 1',AI!.pt ty ourtyb .infou g/u'. .
assured by a leading Democrat, a politiclfriend power of removing officers, unlessfor good """ians removed any barrier to a ren a by said' S rmop. "'1t d .. '
of' Mr. B.I3, who derived his inlbnrination from a cause-and by providing that allA,ficers shall be either country of'the attempt to settle this-cl;^-kman' if' anTs. M. c 02S" ?: .,
former leader, ot'ihe party-now high in office- held for a certain period, and during good beha- ference." "a mo se. oa,- .
who had lately travelled through the State, that amendment o thSenate, to
Mr. B. would be nominated by the Convention by *2. Are you in favor of giving the Public Lands bill, brougnrabout an "mmedjateoffer ol' seti" ttiere we moreguea tjtei'f .^..^-.""
acclamation. We also learnEd, that one of the to the States in which they, lie, after a certain ment, produced ian amicable adjustment .of "'"8pils,'..than,the're-Wee-bpT^, rr ..
delegates from this county hid written back from number of years .'* the difrex&ieje, tiat threateifed to breOak,0u.t into to.sup u. moreuftk.ts b^ olI -
Talldia!i,-e, that it w s eagless'.. for him to gno to 3, Are you in favor of Internal improvementt oren:'bo!'3iliit. ,' It was comprrmiscd," to-use uc PLUI.Z-.' z'i..w..V e^'f '"" *-.
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MAKING A'MAJOR GENERAL. [From Lite N. Y."Courier &-Enquirer.]
"nherecent manufacture of'Brigadier and The growth, *and undisguised display of
lMajor Generals -in W.ashingiou has had one Presidential patronage and power, and the
S" ",' control arrived at' through that, over the
,. -dod effect at let. It has drawn from legislative business of the country, are be-
T.pirtial.'oblivion the following anecdote in coming so alarming; as, may, we hope,
** regard to the appointment of Washington arouse the country to some systematic and.
o... ce f Coin'ommander-in-chief, at a determined effort to curtail both. Public
-.-'- .., ..., measures are now no longer discussed and
time; when great men were neither "few ruined on, .reference to the general
no0"far Tbetween." We clip. it from the good, or their specific excellence, but in
Satftrday Courier" subordinaiton 4o the wishes of the adminis-
41*"1-t no period of The Revolution did the tration,-ortothehprogramine ofapattycau-
r" i arm of ()mni|bitence appear more apparent cu or convention. .
*4i-"in behalf of the Thirteen Colonies. than in It is deemed-all-sufficient now, to ensure
the4nlivie nnanininv with which Washing- the success of any measure, tbatit be pre-
ton received his 61p' intinent ofCommander. sented as an administration measure-and
e ies. viat when men hesitate, or doubt, or seem dis-
-ifi rhief of tier aihie Previous to t a
Oeyfilk' Washingion was comparativ-ly un- posed to consult conscience, or the interests
known' beyond his own native province of of constituents, or the good of country,
irginia. The shadowing forthl of that there is straightway a muster, in' the very
greatness of purpose, design and execution Halls of Legislatior, of the minions of pow-
,thafhas made him ilhe nark and model er. to wheedle, coax, or threaten, the
of-hle world," was so feeble that lie had doubters into implicit submission.
never suspecieil it in himsell', while Gen. 11 is thus, we have seen,,that in theTanff
Ward,'iii the. Eastern Colonies, Aind Lee. bill, ihe Land Graduation bill-, the Ware-
in -,e Southern, siood prominently forih housing biH,l,,;andutthers, touching the in-
as brive and exlperienced Commanders, and- terests of ihe whole -country, and which
upon them the eves of all were turned as 'have not, actually nor necessarily, should
T116 mniost fittinig persons for the command. -not be permitted to ear'al all, any mere
Congress had already assembled, nnd had party character-a drill and array of party
entered uplnn the work of allaying sectional is constantly resorted uo d heir success i
inte rests, for ai ihey were Go'erals of equal claimed, because, they are admin straiion
graide. it seemed a nicely hajadced .fliiesiion measures; 'and members who may not be
:i i'- which should receive.... *ppointmeni convinced of the fitness thereor. are required
-each section naturally feling jealous of bv Their party fidelity not to hold back, but
i(i.'rigits. felt anxious.for the lionor. Then to give ,heir support, at aonyrate and under
it was that-John Adamns the master spirit all eircu instances, to check the executive
6f Lhe times, stepped forih; he lone of the demands. At the moment of close and crit-
tllire million of iiih;,bilants had fixed his ical voting, the. Heads of Departments-re-
,e^i.' s iftecti.edby unerin wis-loi, upon sponsible according to the construction of
anotherr. and never, until the nmoment for ihe conslimlion established by Gen. Jack-
action arrived, had he cnminunicatpd his sln-only lo the President; the Executive
thdoughts to a human being. On the 14th Printer, "more immediately and unquestion.
day ol-June, 1776, he invited his cousin, ably his tool, was seen in the lobbies and on
8'amuel Adamsi; it a walk'. E;,rl in the ^e floor of the House, watching intently
morning ihey ;walked up Sixih-sireet, to ""e varving vote, and applying, it may not
w kt is'now known as Franklin-square. dia- be doubted, the lash or the lure, to any
causingg the great public alftiirs with which weak oi- lagging brother.
they were exclusively occupied, and then, What an outcry of outraged right would
r..thle fil'lt lime, he gave- leuase to his have heen heard from the whole-so called
t]i'oughts, and revealed to his cousin his d 1prp se. At he first glance, his policy Q. Adams .was strongly repudiated ; howm ever, his rea-. i the palers in.lis interest had constantly
zoning was so. cogent and conclusive, that urgedl upon Congress the success of partic-
he succeeded -iii exacting, a promise from ular hills, not because bf their general im-
,SNimuel 1o second the nomination he inten- parlance and value to- the nation, but be'
de to to make .that da,. aud to inove an in|- cause ",lhe;, Administratioo" desired it-
mediate adjournmeni, to enable the memn- nay more, Jf the.Secretaries of the Depart-
-bets talk the matter over ainonn then. menls had openly tendedd at thedecisye
svclves, He accordingly his place, "o'"ens tO watch'lhe fortune of thevotes
and comnenfced his.ereat.sp~eeeh. He spoke to ea"ourage. to doter, or to reward at-need,
colonies, tlie importance of a Chief to rallv otion. /10,
Upon. anid the n'cessitiv 0f choosing, one ft is a matter for serious and mortifying
s ited to tile oca-asian; hpn, in lhe most refle-fin, that when in a monarchical coun-
e.!0quent and eraphie manner, he described y, like England,-1 a Sovereign's name can-
not be invoked 'n. PNdiament as in favor of
fhle-qi|lities niecesi;ary in sitch a Chiefiain.
Aff- r' h h,- J con6luded.- he pause.d anti en- any proposition, without a breach of privi-
q. ..uired: ave we such an individual ? I lege and calling down immediate censure-
answer,: we have'; a member of our own lhe name and wishes of the President, ap d
0y.!" H~eihen p roe. eede-l:--I nominate f lhis administration, are habitually iniro-
4a Conieander-in-Ciiee- of the Armies of duced hito-Cpngress, to influence the votes
L m --. ....... in-C, of the.. Armie of i te b r. 7 -" .
_hetirten Colonies, GEORGE WASHIG- of its members. s.
T '--"- '/:r i W ith the extension of the country, and
:'(Rt-isni t-hat Washinglo'i, widh all tie the increase of its wealth and commerce, is
others. ..had been deeply interested through- _earfully increased the patronage of the Ex-
oiit.and'at (he moment the nomination was ecu"ive; while the difficulty of-getting along
being made, and his eYe fixedl intently up,,u i llre ocasioned in the great a-
..:ihe speaker, expectiirg- to'h-ar either the cession of population, renders-lihat patron
nte. of-' Ward or Lee Irinounedbut age greatly more available thau heretofore,
.vhen.h)4.own was given instead, he darted to control the wills and votes of men. I)'is
fram the H,,II w~ith' ihe speed of thougiht- lherefire essentially .a corrupting influence,
h-deed the whole House was taken bv.sur- which masiers the conscience through the
i-,s.. Hb'.wasthe last man thoughit'of in neces-ities of_ the party.'approached; and
; itia,.qb~nrectinn, and had a bomb shell sud- thus those who should be the guardians of
...... ..... athe people's rights, and then champions
nal^., n-,- desenddhae urtinha thei nste, i against Executive usurpation, are corrupted
co(6fl.t,,n nu.have peodiiced half the conster-
Y I.". ";_ with the people's owrt inoney and with the
9,ton created by ilie nomination.
.Sai~uel Adams |> |)ily sefioh, ded the .trusts or offices created for their- benefit and
mftmiio.,and moved au adjourninent, which not t' tl'e~purcliase of a mercenary corps
.'w_.'5.c.l ted.-. .o. .. :, of Executive supporters. .
:-. : ,, .At this preeisojiletitqie '(seemsemht
-.*the.subject was folly discussed ad in- .emphat
-irim, an.lthe net d:,ythey came toeth- ically a duly to bring this topie to the con-
eO',ad u1ariimona conferred& the command t sideraliin of the country, for all our inter-
'd- iiv wisel c a'fter-evrnes h. ve demonstra- ests periled by what we cannot but look
t". -u,-: 'E WS "iN-t",," u ipon, ;ls unde exercise of Executive au.-
^. ., lIhoritv, and all of which are unscrupulous.
', -.:" L ly andI unhesitatingly endorsedl, by party
';G;:.r. A'CRos THKI. lSTrMUS .OF P't,1- votes in Congress and party support wtth-
MA..-- _\Ir. "-Crrella,.an engineer sent out out, -sireng ihened and kept together as
from. France'4hy",\.. Gu,.z,,, to survey the thtpat i, by the secret useof Executive
grOu-ndi for "'a shiip canal at'roAs IhP Isthmus lpaironiage. ; ^AC.UU
of Panama, hia n, an ahfe report ,o his TIhe actual war with Mexico, is wholly
government: ou lhe subject, which ha been in its origin, an" Executive 'war-provoked
condlensed by-the Jonrfi.1i of the lFrankli, without consulting Congress. "rvoe
latt e. tt, rot,, ^ tils sul~nlary we obta"n The dest.ruction of the Tariff, is called
,* i .. i .. for as a qom piliance w ith an E executive
Phe canoal |s proposed tn~be r~un front, mdebeoreMr Plk ecmePr

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: .(eii a'^hlemni 01 th li,. Il 9.n bfpbieaelainadth fi
", ".':Thle i.ntevn '.oud sby no means ,,ial editor and the various Seerelaries at-
* W !e~.:sid.',llorough~cu't.e;c,Inn.,obe-aiccom- ,end, i,, person the ballotin<, of Connr^.

p.1sh-6eu,. -. htie mroundi gradually rises Ironi ,o see that the serfs of party-do their duty.
d.,ael:ocean, and meets in a summit ot 460 Bit it may be said, in snz the
,: W tO 'gbov e the Pacific, at mie distaince ou 0 a o e, w y u t also. sipnalize ilie rem edy '/7
'iI' T ^ er Of10 above Whv^
mles from it.. Mr. Gdrelh purpose's to re- That. it belongs to the body of [he people
dace-l.he summit to a heilhit of 13.5 feet to ;,pply. i A
.-"' t a py. O ur duty, as a S ni"t i0ne is -dOne,
- above the Sea, bv a tunnel 3j miles in lenuth. when we give the alarm, proclam the
S a n d t o o v e r c o m e t hl e r e m! a i n i n g e l e v a t i o n b y m g r a n t l t e e u t y t h t h i r b s
meu of3lifit Iok r.1"8 u'pon-the sou tiwr d"n^r, and'tell the'country tha thi best
inktisof 36 l locks. 18 pon the soutlicrn interests and rights are bought and sold by
"abl'upour., the northern line of' the suum- ile corrutP"inL, use of the Exeeutive patron-
.. The innel is o heiirough ,e-aided by the "blind Unquestioning fa-
t-116 Iorrin of a Gothic- arch, its he,,.,ht beina
e ... naIicisin of party spirit, ,
1Jfee1,and its extreme width,- a low- Ii' die press at large will re-echo this
>ng p.ath, 69A feet. By this reduction of alarin, so that the country may be aroused,
.the.suinnw, an ample supply ofwater may the work will be done. If not- the halls of
e-V1-(aied. and a thoroughu cut may sub- '6nare-ss will continue to be dishomored by
Sequenfly .pe substituted at .ai increased ex- the JBrink.-rhoffs and' Ratlibuns of party,
pease. and to he desrecated by the impurelatriper-
The canal is.Proposed to be made suita- ing of Execiive agents., *mv
bLe for llps of 12J00 tons burthen. The- chamtbers 'are to be 21'1"feet iong,'and A WORD TO OF0CE SEEKERs.-Tf any
46J feet wide. The width of the canal' i Northern. man has ativ idea ofseeking office
the bottom will be 66: feet, at the surface in this city. let him heed my counsels. and
of the iater 1.84 leet, and with a depth ofl remain at home. The Navv Department
.2 "l-i computed that the work will oc- has nearly thirty applicants breach office
_upy 10 y ears,in its completion, and cost in its gift. A clerk is employed. whose
millionss of dollars. whole business it is to endorse and file those
'"' ", AT. P.- applications. You may judge somewhat
SOF C'APT. PArK.-%e regret sin. ol' their number. What is true of this, is
r-e6oid k%,4-nounce, that we have learned true of every other department oftife Gene-
^.9.m.Jii^0 ^'Whipple, of the steamer Mle- ral Governireni. Over 1M0 applications, on
d., P.. yr, .rday morning "Irotn St. an average. are made 1ur each vacancy.-
S..ip, t to. t.-;Cypt. Pade breatbedI his last on As soon as it is known that a man is sick. his
t. e Sw.iaimie tssaari,' at lheamouth of the physician is consulted as to the probable
Ohio, on the 13th inst. His remain were chance of his gelting well, and hlien as to
ca.-rr'd I o"h bravis -One blessing was iheapplicant'schanceol filling the vacancy.
........ *TO rtii's- bravo man. In his is. A clerk in the Post Ofln'e Depatment died
"BW1'i:-1 hald: the consolation of having a 01w weeks ago ; his salary was from twelve
h.'-yotng, wedvoted, and affectionate wife io fiteen hun dred dollars per year; yet all
with b io. ": 'i.frDiture was morfgpged, and his wife





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o'l-i do mi n *1.[ .ind im 'Q.j ;
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T lri.-ir frhildlrno 11 ,l ri- ii-
"A'l'l i h r: i;rini ii ! at-i 'i' .. l-I I' d .:" 5
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W'lVl| i-th |i; ili- l ,I,. [imr ', nl 111 in 'ir 1 'wordi ',.
G-,-i l llI -., "I t''i OT-C i
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T he ,'il.-14 hIA.) '-oId Ike ,,i11r.n rl ,?,
Tli'v itl-,t .|,,,,_-=i].'.- ,n'. -'h ,n :
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A nd h,-r,-, ,.' ,1 h1 -.-ri .-. I in,-v .3re b,,rii .. "
V ib- ,*-. T l itt Ii'lr -*: ; ni'il r- ilJi-.i? n 'l *'',)rJ
\ l,1i,41- .- lin. i i, -,l iand rrown I) scoru.
Gid.lo slhI Aho I i. _,'.

-A n .l' fromr our 1 Ii i. lii, ,iI io ptee ,
A ie'rl ihv di irt,.. ll i'tl i f!;,.vil ;
Pl',.iJ tp :iit ia[i, h .ir rl iit bleed,
A i.I 'r r!;,_' I .: T i'.1i h .',r ... ,iA n .
.A J .11 l! ill 1' 1 1 I' t:, r,'I,- a ,I
11l1i 11l o_-. ,-,r f .i,,I L,-i 1 .
171-, ",, rl i h,. >: ii .fi. i. fih :- ^id,_ ., :.
r _I-f ,J Ize;? lth ? I iu d ,i'
T lFI- b i a <-.t" i Iir U nl,,ri I,,v,1 ,J, ,. ..I
ui ll 1.+ i,-h liA i i 'I ,, I ,
nu ,ri -l it i i l .ilid o*'"II '.
.A nti -inlu 't, S''i li'-. ,^ ri l,\ ,11:, 4;),1| die.,
F 'l"ll'l #qli ll t-h't -' .t',[ ,\\\ ,. ; .
rV h/I ": ",,dh,.:,,- .-rill ,i:,.,!i lj hi? ,'rv, .
G lc,..l bl-.' i .A 'l':l,,"' !
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T l', h'.'I -I li|'l1 oIf, ho'vl-ll"'.?
-A l-Ii I, ,.i'i,] :'ill." I :[i.-,lm -"
-:,'o -.i,. ,._ i't -* illr-, IHi,,l i' Inr,I
?.P, lli1 u Sr-t't 1iro'i 'I-ill :
]i \ 1-iii 1., nr le l i,- lllh,:r j |',Ol,
.-,w~ t'ie r,,.'? IiiL-_"_- ='i,\'t .
A ndil, [l ,ii:h-li ,i;'.ni ilh ir II l.r; ii o t' ove ;
Tlt:I'trh-; tiri-.]icd h-i7 ';. 7.

A\ ll'i, .i i,, \ ?.-'5 1o ino p if ,?trfi1fl
P h il'i,"e I ,', lri i l l tt il l "_1 ,.i,
1% ,:i Ihd'.i.- u l l n 'v.? tf,-, li a o r i l'h' -l I,',n .
l o V .iP n.;,l u. T ,, ,_'1,_,, '. h in.ii 6 1i v- _m
Sii,,-' I,%_1 ii ri \ ? ir ,l i-- i ii ,,- tr o w.itr-,
N ,.,i h l : d i ,-. bi i.Jn '-o o d,- l 5, -e'1i ;
A y n," h ,;,-- ',I! h',,-' i w-I, \I, v o-'tedo
V '. ',- 1 i r ll. b,' if l pai 11 .'.' l .u l ke.

,Vo-ri:,on'._ -'F TiE ,A.GNEIC" rEL-
~<.r l;A.P H.
The V'.,'-i'liil,1rinl co'rr':l\'Oi,,l>?nl otf ilie
Pln ild 1el].,hi L i el v es t (e Iollowiuh
a ln verl'ul eitn o1" i'.ie h r[li-rel: Telhc rau i.--
isae rthis i]i:l,- so ill it (l. AINa corre.|londf -e
look p~laic. The (.ithelaliv,-s in dhsip ilv ;it-
le't. ilts a. M .':'? a u,. ii.l) r. L onis -. nse-
frei!.t o li,) I'l le I I al it fi i intrue ni it--,;o idf
hiv tilei) ^ dis~la).'l a e'oJJeal of genius
L '1r a h.arly lim gli t,-t.hlin- ll':
I A drIlin ilf s-i %, Yirch, I rntii.o> o
SaY, os e. t hel" l n 1 ii patille th T liis e ulih,
o r tun' 1eil tn .',-he t-l ovf ev i .I-l I lL ir]esu ..
anri \la- s lt;I |p11 ,i-iiii'lite I,, -.. r qt hi
sNl'itul t n, inven e ti. ltli?, mn n ciiel 4loel "npll--
aln in\'erihoi in which tllle |pulili> atlerltnion
is aI tl ons li Pe siirivell Iilv all i'3 cle,.--e
Pl',ril',:sno" !5Inr'-.i, thie irnMeiliir ai,:l siip~l',.-
io"!n.!i'nt i-(' tlh ini I'n'-Iic T fli-'^"i ii ......\ Ih

Cwher- arid I. arihthis
as oi\ ',nt, M r V. ,II, i hi), )ri-1i 1 m: a il \Vc.Sl-
ilfglon, -i he Io lest tlle inlesiia t.1uf t(ie
l l-|'2iaphl line I -h v. lIol i-( i nia e ihrcii I h
ifroml VV.i.hiiill.i',, lo N :\^ Y ,ort, i il lsii ce
o1" no les.s tli n :21h.i lu~lile-. Tihe belier 10
uo~iler'-rst'iiiil t e sariu tularilt ofl" he s'eue 1
.-aii..La oiil [n im'oi,.I. Ill,? i'e^der lill-it iin -
gine Iluii-'indii hJlalsi, onnp a[ Ihe Liffi.e in-
WlV'.hiu~jton, onie :-it n ililnOle, ji) niles?
distant- on0e0 ;) I l !hil^i.l~l-, i~ili, 1 .~ iniiles
f.+ithel', ti~i,.I one+ ;t New. York, Ior ri'hli:-
!ers-e\ (.'it\'. p],,-,i,- New -York,) 1 1 nnhs
1':a ih;'\ Tl'h r T ,? td, .; :alaih lI,,e i+;+, :+si.[ lhrti'.;!h
ill0 in- ri'lil.-iilS ;itt tIle ,i~i' ces; al eachl of
these -jIh.'lce-, aii',\ .1 Coln~rin cli i:ll ni die'-
sp tl''?lil ? T'fom ai ' oil)." iS ivinlen an ,I 1111-
de-~i ,do-i iiji.ii'.],t l~v h 11 thl e ,- lilf..s. I
sh~:,ll d~esi,!fiiiH t' l iii- np,3!r iilnls I_% Il le iimines
ol, i~lle platse-. ril \'li",.h llli'v;i le ,,i ilh ioieI : "
\V. ,'i,[lli~iii.'ii .-- It-ilrilino,1e, tiie v'Ot Inl neqtjiou nill) Phil[:id:ei[->lli i .1
B illi i,:o,'e.-- f"e..
_\\V..rihii ;.!,-l.-- flat l ill'i toniiiecth-in wii' li

Bhlniioie.--.Vve, ave. i'i!; alli a iniir-
life. {A l'ler i t,,, 'e.) *..,) ;ied,|, ,vou can
Iif'w, tla~l v ii ll phlilaiiU;'lli i.
.]\ r,_-liiu.;on.--l!,_l ij- d yo, e i io. l-lii!li-

P-hliride!|I, ila.--rlrr l'\ u,?|l. Is i!'l )'it o ,
"\V a s hl i 1,,;fillrl .
\\nsiliinai)!,.-- \),e, ,Q e, lire yulu cOnlleG-
teil with New\ "i,:rlk .'
'P hilad~el|>hn,.--Y\e'..
\Va~hiiu'.:lon.--Puti. ine inl c'onneeciiion tvith
rNew Yorkl '
P'lhlaiell~iii--_.-Aye, :O;iye;-tlf"t :< Iliinilie,
(A.l'iel a I\' G .,I iilti!: t-:-- no\ for i(.

\V a 1)z, i n.--N \v YI.L, h, lu, ae w o ? 0
(N ,ew Y ork id.w. 1. i1it :;, sv ..
Philadelphi;.--[illo, New York, \VW inhron speak; toi. \,Il l.,; -r hin ? Why
don't you at;.;wuii.r
"' New Yor'k.-1i.!du''t ,"t 1 auv thiu I',)'M

\Va;hinlon,.-- G,t iIh:, I'rom New Yol k,
Pl llaitelhlhi.--N,-tv Yolk!V Washin._'lru

s'iv- lhe Ze16. 1ha21t iC,-,ti Vou.
BLa!liinorv.-How is i Ihtint \,uit hn.ingr
hears trom Ntey.' Iit'rL;, au Ne% Y.Iork does
11n0 l hear f'romi \ .lij,. 2lon.
Pifi],delIphi;.i-Th-'eie'! % ,here I'm Inle,
Bijk' is the renaou, \\i--h

Vasl~iiu21ol.-- eaiuse N.wv York, h.-1
r io|t ell .,iljiu.,eI hi's mn a 'liel.
Phlladllphi.I.- I !-iie b r lrir,.. at woil,
dll lay- 1 (0',,1 lik1, bricks--. !a.. 0lia,,.) plper-
]'-inve haI. a slii".'.eiip i :'-,% ; ,i' tlirie Iris
Jeefi s.o n.invy niEfS@ i-e to wmi e---one alont-
that gave iis .4'7. 1 %al-tt to 0o0.
W ashiir,'.oii --\V,,ii ;a niile_.
"'Balhimor'e.-C-,o, it .e riple,.
.PIliliia.leli),ii3.- \V l-io is \ 'lin;.
N\Valtiu~ton.-Don'i tl k all rit one?.
.3 Balhiniore.--H.irrv R,,.eis are a ,.+;-.e,
"- S are Sally Tlilotip-.iia,
r'- (*:Gen. J.ackson are ai hioss.
And so ;lie Col. J-_, ,olin-.i ,
;-Phi'ilat'etpl~hi.-- Vho isHll ? I 11 dis.
y.a'ahini~lon.--Bahltiiore keel) quietly ?
-,+hjl,;_-delphan, .lell New Yoik to >a.k hme to
w'ri.e..d..t.''; (l)itr i', to ad~jusqi his mli'a'uef.]
.Phlia-delp~hia.- A..e- aye.-sir; %v.alt a little'.
N' w..%'Vo.rk. ask; .-SViinigi on io write ,doit.
'N ew cw Y .r4 :--.A'v f?, '.1' e: V a .. i n i1. o I, r it-
... 5 "; '-'-

dotI-(\WashIn,.Votni begins to write dols.)
Th:,l's it. 0. K. _Now I have got you.-
Go ahead.
\Washington.-Do voa now gpt what 1
send. von ?l
"Now York,--Aye-, aye.,
..aslijiiglon.--Did yoi get Prof* Morse's
m, ssage for his daughter? .
Ne ew Vor,.-Yes, from-.Philadeldbia;,
but it is too fate to send it over the river to-
night. I am all alone. The two boys are
L; lJ '?. "
W ,Wshinoton.--Very well, -no'm.atter.
"Balrimore.-Goodnight, I am going.
Washini.on.'-Good night all,
Phila'lelphi'>. -'Good night.
New York.--Good night.,
Anrt ] o endskthis curious scene-; n~ot an
imr~~inro, one, but one of actual occur-
ren.ce. Let any one reflect upon the fact,
that all these questions and answers occurred
in -a space of time: but very little -longer than
that in which the unique- drama has been
rei' e da ,.

Jackson Circuit Court.
The Farmers' Bank of Virginia, 1
vs. > In Chancery.
Thomas -M. White, Adm'r, &c. ,'
et. al. Defendants. J
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that
Robert W. Williams, one.of the defendants,
resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida,
to wit, in the State of Virginia. It is therefore
ordered that said defendant appear and answer the
said complainant's bill of complaint, within four
months from the date of tie first publication of
this order, otherwise the said complainant's bill
of complaint shall be taken as against the said
Robert W. Williams as and for confessed, accor-
ding to the form of the Statute in such case made
and provided. It is further ordered, That a copy
of this order be published in some newspaper
printed and published once a week for four months.
Dated this eight day of-May, A. D. 1846.
A true extract from the minutes of the Court.
C. H. DTPONT, Counsel and
Solicitor for Compl't.
May 8, 1846). may30 22-4m, .



FOR the cure of DispepeiEio Indigestion, Bil-
ious and. nprybui HeadihOC, Constipation,
Diarrahea, Gout, Rheumatism, Gravel, Flatu-
lency,'&e. or sale wlhlesale and retail, by
Nov 5. J. C. ALLEN, Druggist.
Tarrtaitts Coiapoumad Extract of
"ubcbs and Copavia.
: a. Stands unrivalled for its'
efficacy ;-it performs a cure
in a -few days--no confine-
i~l B^Sh ^ment or restric-tion in diet,
is necessary. It will be
fouJnd invaluable; beiir- pre-
Bp6ped'with the greaest
possibleV P 0! re, upon well
tested pnreiples', f,-unded
upon th importantt law,
first established by the del.
ebratod Dr. Fordyee, viz:
~ that, a combinationof sim-
ilar remedies would produce more certain.
speedy, and considerable effect, than any equivat
lent dose 4f any single one., In' many cases the
disease is entirely preventted by its timely applica-
tion. For sale by
Nov 5.- J. C. ALLEN, Drnziust, &c.

T AKE NOTICE-Thirty days after the publi-
cation of this notice, I shall apply .to the
lion. Judge of Probates for the County of Frank-
lin, for the appointment of Commissioners to al-'
lot and sell off the dower of the undersigned in.
the estate of Ebenezer J. Wood .deceased, late of'
the county of Franklin. ,-"
Apalachicola, June 23', 1846. 23-1m
N OTICE-All persons having claims against
John Jenkins, late of Franklin county, de-
ceased, are requested to present the same duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their reco,
very, and all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment.
B. ELLISON, Adm'r.
'Apalachicola, June 4, 1846. 23-2m

Mreb 21 Cor. Cmtra

,7 ,

Bali "t oil Ulitioil6 ; '.'
A REMEDYY .1009 PWfict.w a".Wt
discovere 4ip. settled Co'st WDi
Complaint,' or. any 4,tk'arlM A
on the Cbrono-Tbenaf IOstN
Doctor TAYL.OR'S celtiratil
Genuine BAi^AIoF Lir mI b"l
pares at 375 BO7ERY. Thin
now etpotsed by several ei'jft
and has b for a' I.'gti hefe.
.unparalleled sdccei wlidci-lt-e -attended
'raylor's medicine id wl6i
cures, which in many, very o
been almost mcredIbletut th# ew e
the Doctor can bring f.Wd' a r .,
we advise all wlS may bdi f <,J
colds even, to we3I tbi f i ._ti!ic ^1
delay. -Franklin pays a' sml l wi
-big ship." The fbreo, re
your lungs are a'er.FrBl D -'*
J: C. ASa4 5 A4..A ||1oc-
CAUTIOI^-'-* 'ger ieJco. A
splendid steO 'Olk' a
lerfeits signed by .4.d,'i Ia
vile and dangerous inuf i tfctil
cautioned not to..j .rc .0e^! an. g
projected by the s. ":Coa
, March21. 1846 I14-y "' !
TariMn -EffeitW(

II-atid WtbfuL cwdHMuradft
by the use of TARfAN7 .
This preparationlis univer WWA
the most popular re yof Iteaa
the prevention and cure of riat!
and Liver Complaints, INervon -W l% 7
ache, Heartburn, habiuhal C oBenta
T rave eltc* and resid .t s rn .'I-
find it a desirable article'; -it pitYp.l a
mutation of bile, is portable, anl. e
preparation is untually cohvenjep
,ha've frequent oc.asion -or ge.tle4
purgatives; they will take 1i epe
'ference to any other. Sold wbolesa r
Nov 5. J. C. ALj


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NOTICE-Six weeks after date, I will apply
to the Judge of Probate o( Franklin County
for letters of administration upon the estate of
Joseph C. Burdsall, late of said county, deceased.
Said Judge, having ordered, that additional
bond be given by the Administrator, by the 1st of
July next, in default therein, his letters will be
Apalachicola, June 6, 1946. 23-6t

Franklin Circuit Court.
Mary Ann Rouen,)
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John Rouen. S
T appearing from the affidavit of the Solicitor
of the complainant, that the defendant, John
Rouen, resides beyond the limits of the State of
Florida. It is ordered that publication be inade
in the Commercial Advertiser onee a week for the
space of four months, of the institution of this
suit, requiring him to appear and answer to the
said bill on or before ti e first day of October next,
or the same will be taken as confessed against
him, and such further order made in the premises
s to the Court may seem proper.
(A Copy-Teste.)
May 16, 1846. 20-4m
Circuit Court Franklin County.
Hezekiah Nash, )
vs. Petition to foreclose mort-
Sidney R. Ford and gage.
Elizabeth A. Ford.
WHEREAS, a petition has been this day filed
in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of
Franklin County, to foreclose mortgage of certain
household furniture, made and executed in Deca-
tur county, .Georgia, on the 28th day of August,
1844; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the affidavit of the petitioner, that the
defendants Sidney R. Ford and Elizabeth A. Ford
reside beyond the limits of theState of Florida:
It is ordered that said defendants do appear and
file their objections, if they have any, within 15
days before the first/day of the ensuing fall term
of this Court, otherwise said petition shall be
taken pro confesso; provided that due publica-
tion of this order -e~made in the Commercial
Advertiser of Apalachicola, once a week for two
months, successively. (A Copy-Teste.)
'. y WM. VALLEAU, Clerk.
*April 1S, 1846. 16-2m

* -

N O'ICE-Six months after date, I will apply
to the tHon. Probate Court of Franklin
county, for a-final discharge from the administra-
tion of the estate of Amory Rogers, deceased.
B. T. CARO, Adm'r.
Apalachicola, April 4, 1846. 14-6m

NOTICE-After six month's publication of
this notice, I shall apply to the Judge of
Probate, for Franklin county, to be. discharged
from the administration of.the estate of Oliver
C. Raymond, late of said county, deceased.
March 28, 1846. Adm'r. de bonisnon.

Found at Last--A Sure Culre for
the Piles.
PHYSICIANS and Chemists have long been
Anxious to discover a rbedicine that would
cure one of the most troublesome diseases, the
Piles. Success has at last been the result. Dr.
all bleeding, allays pain and inflammation, sub-
duestbat intolerable itching, but efklcually cures,
like a charm, and in a very short time, persons
whose lives have been rendered miserable for
years. For sale by J C ALLEN,
Sole'Agent for Apalachicola.
March 28,1846. 13-4,m

N OTICE-Six months after date I will apply
to the Probate Court of Franklin County,
for a final discharge from the administration and
office of tNecutor of the estate of David Rich-
ardson, deceased.

E&..a. .WIiiviARSH.

SFeb 21, 18416.

Drugs,- Eiceswi i 6
A LAHQE and freshsply i f nUpr
cines, Sic, consisting in oWf
ini g a rt icles :-,5 dm. CWsJcr. ^l~p^i
pt-;i 5 bxs Houck's Panacea; ";I'weV
40 kegs Epsom Salts,- 10 bbl,.e ..ra, .l
Gum Opium; 20 lbslSulphate mut>ne;.^
Loudon MustarI i Herbs of a.l ki'n.;6I
I ,"Lem ,
.Ntu'tmegi; 15. hos Starch ; "20, T Lma-
10 kegsr Ffarlash; 2*(Wg r~eeaf88
Powders; 2Q bs English: CaloB d 2 _doi
Turpentine, and a general al rt oftl.l
,cles in the Drug -line, for Cpountr' MernS|
Planters ard Physiclaks." F ar'alefl'l T7 '
March 1 HF.'AEi.

State Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,
I shall expose for sale, before the Court
House door in the county of Calhoun, on the first
Monday in November next, the following, pro-
perty, or so much thereof as will pay the State
tax due on the same for thp year 1845:--The S
W I section 33, township' 3, range 1, joining the
town of Iola on the west, and the Apalachicola
River on the east, purporting to belong toH. V.
Snell. Alo, W J, S E J section 14, township 1,
range 8, N and W; N E t section 23, township 1,
range 8, N and W; fractional section 24, ditto
3.6, ditto 35, purporting to belong to Thomas M.
Bush, joining the lands of Mrs. Thomas and the
Apalachicola River. Also, 40 acres land purport-
ing to belong to James Hudson, joining James
Nall's land and the Armona, No. not known.
Also, 86 acres land, purporting to belong to P. Mc-
Cormick, joining Sarah Nail's and the Armona,
No. not known. Also, the land, purporting to
belong to the Apalachicola Land Cornpany/, lying
in the county of Calhoun, bounded east by the
Apalachicola River, and west by Old River,
known as Bird's Island, and-part of Forbes' Pur-
chase. ISAAC JACKSON, Sheriff
and ex-officio Tax Collector, Calhoun Co.
May 30, 1846. 23-6m

* *t

FOR the cure Of DEAFNESO, Pain, and th4V
discharges of matter from the Ears. Also;
all those disagreeable noises like the buzzing of
insects, falling of water, whizzing of sleam, &c.
&c., which are symptoms of approaching deaf-
ness, and also generally attendant with the dis-
ease. Many persons who have bc-en deaf for ten,
fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to
use ear trumpets, have after tising one or two
bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made
perfectly well.., Physicians and urgeou9 highly
recommended its use. For sale by
J C ALLEN, Sole Agent *
March 28 13-4m . for Apalaehicola.
Cabinet Work Shop.
gf n THE subscriber is now in readiness
fi to manufacture new, or repair old,
it X* Furniture, with pr,,niptnessand de-
spatch, and solicits the patronagp ol his old (pay-
.inz) customers, and hopes by strict attention to
orders to gain some new ones.
85- hop in third story of Brick Building, cor- Chesinut and Water sts. Nov 8.

franklin Circuit Court.

Blank Booas a lStationie
L EDGERS, Journale, 1i0y Booksct&4k I^
50 reams Foolscap and. Letter Pa w,^
Cotlon Memorandum'B6oks; ".
Ship-ana River'BiiLaidWLg-;'- "
Boonkp. for ;Letier Pre* .:..hi-..
Blank .Bii-o E.Exchange and CbecLe.i
Just ieceiv'edand for sdiy.' T '
March I 1 N ....-A

Alphonse Loubat,
George W. Harrison and Marfa-
ret Emma Harrison, his wife,
David G. Rariey and Harriet F.
Raney, his wife; Joseph Hud-
son, Alexander McAlpin and
Ogden Haggerty, Assignees of Bill to fore-
Laverty, Cutter & Co.; James close mort-
Bogart and John N. Eawthorn, gage on lots
constituting the firm of Bogart Nos. Q and
& Hawthorn; David Maitland, ? 12 in block
David S. Kennedy, Henry La- El, in the
Very, James S.'Branden and city of Ap-
Hamilton Murray, constituting alachikcola.
the firm of Branden & Murray;
-- Crumby and -- Dra-
per, constituting the firm of
Crumby & Draper; -- Wil-
son and Gale, visible
partners of the firm of Wilson,
Gale & Co. and Jaimes Brown.
T appearing to thte satisactioi of the Court,
that the above'namnfed defendants do not reside
within the .State of Florida, but within the.
United States; It is therefore ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Commiercial Advertiser,
once a week, for the space of four months, of the
institution of said suit, requiring them to appear
and answer to the said bill of foreclosure on or
before the expiration' of that time, or said bill
willbe taken as confessed against'them aud such
further order given in the premises as to the
Court may seem meet.
(A Copy--Teste.)
March 20, 1846-12-4m

.Lead; .20) galls -Winter, ap ,3
Linseed Oil5; ,5 0 ts asgortdI'1la
t' ; 100 assorted Prliit Brushe.9; ifc
Spa44h Brown, Y01l Vr Ocare,?'Gfbred o 1%
recet March'l H. F.'-ABMI
?' ..).%

Wasilington County.
W ILL be sold on the second Monday in Sep-
tember next, (14th) at the Court-house
door, at Roache's Bluff, in Washington county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pro-
perty, to wit:
Four hundred and eighty acres of land, lying
in Home's Valley, levied on as the property of
the estate of Jacob A. Blackwell, and to be sold
for the taxes for the year 1845.
0 Also, one hundred and sixty acres of land, ly-
ing on Hickroy Hill, levied on as the property of
--- Blackstone, and to be sold for the taxes
for the year 1845.
Also, forty; acres of land, lying in Holmes'
Valley, levied' on as the property of John G; Russ,
and to be sold for the taxes for the year 1845.
Also, forty acres of land, lying on Bear Creek,
levied on as the property of A. S. Bryant, and to
be sold for the year 1845.
JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff,
and ex-officio State Tax Collector..
March 28, 1846. 13-6m

Spruig. Goods, .. ^
TUST arrivedperbg;igJ~et.iora-7
J Rich Fancy^- f.rR^
'New style and very superai Gr Min ii; ""
China Lawns, for LadieLsDreses,
Ladies' Fancy Dresse,'4in-pAltern, "' -..
8-10 and 12-4 Msqus o' Lace .ANettilg-t.
and single. "
50 pcs pleid and white corded' d- o. 4 'i : .
Ladies' fancy Sun Shadesand Paraoti, :'js-AL
'Rich Ivory and Paper .Fams,,,. X !
Figured Muslins, Balilrines and otttr.W
Goods, lor pring Dresss'"" "i
Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, Buskin* abdt
..Do. black a-nd colored Eld SiippereWQ'
Florence, Leghorn, Open..wok. .cW,
Straw Bonlnelts, ', ", -,,- i
Pbia, striped and figured i.ise ^n.,
Muslins. /*, s^ -,< '."
Besides many othber .rlic tA dTi:.f.bpe-A
'intends to selfv 'Er. low. ",i.'-;,'" .
'Marceh 28 .l S
i Paints, Oils, andX ^

A Card.
THE undersigned having purchased from Mr.
TB. S. Hawley his -entire stock of1 Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glasq Ware, Shoo Pur-
niture, &c. will continue the blsil'asal tWhole-
salehand Rdtail, at the old stand corner of Water
and Chestnut sjsand begs leave tosayto his friend
and former patrons'of the establishment that his
stock is complete, embrainc, everiartidle usually"
kept in Southern Drug Stores, anda f kom arange-
ments recently effected, will be regularly supplied
with fregh staple articles. **' \ '-
Physieians, Planters, Country Merchantq and
others will find it to their interest to call and ex-
amine his stock and,prices All-orders will be
promptly attended to in person by : -. "
March 1, 1846. H. F. ABELL.

State Tax Collector's Sale.
BY virtue of the power vested int'me by lawiI
shall expose for sale before the Court House
door, in the town of, Marianna, Jackson county,
Florida, on the first Monday in, December next,
the following property, or so.much thereof as will
pay th'e State and County Taxes due thereon for
the year 1845 : >
320 acres 2d rate land-Nos. not known--pur-
porting to belong to Coonell-& Mills.,'
80 acres of 3d rate land belonging to John
D a v is ,
120 acres of 3d rate land belonging to the estate
of Levin Brown, and adjoining the 16th section
at Brown's Fernry.-. I, -
320 acres oft2d rate land belonging tothe estate
of William Banks. '
327 acres of 1st rate land belonging to David
Gertman. '
320 acres of'2d 'rate land' belonging to Mal-
chomb Gilchrist. .
160 acres of 2nd rate land belonging to Henry
Hannan. "
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging to hames
80 acres of 2d rate land belonging toiWashing-
ton Mayo. "
:160 acres of 2d rate land belonging to Henry'
& Dudly Peoples; .
40 acres' of 3d ratty% land belongings to. Wiley
Stewart. ..... .
80, acres of 3d'rate land belonging;to G.G,.
160 acres of 1st rate land boi,-ingitng to John
H. Wil-.,..n
ex-offcio Tax Collector Jaekson'County.'.'
...Per JoN T7. Mrlic., DKDell.
1atianna,,June 1, 1846.- 24-ts-

Fran-10in Circuit Co-urt.
Benjamin M. Griffin,
VS. >Foreclosure oC Mortgage.
James Y. Smith.
rrIHE defendant and all others are hereby noti-
1', fied that the petition to foreclosea mortgage
of the defendant on his interest in the steam boat
Albany, has this day been filed in the office of
the Clerk of said Court, and that judgment will
be prayed for at the next fall term of said Court.
.. .. A. G. SEMMES,
June 1.1, 1846. 24-4m Att'y for Pertioner.

j, GIBS.ON & C.L4EP-,,
Paints, Ods,Varnishes, T.urpfntine," '
Glass, : &c,.'l ....
Will keep coqsarrtly;pn ,h^ndp. gAto0i4
ment ofAlix .xrp PAINITS of All cdl'.stfor
Boats, Shipphignra.d-Planitatin u4e; fo'efli^"
,a. variety of art.ieles:in "the'paiQlting'h&e,
merous to m ntion. .. .-" ,,i,.. _
Hou'?e, Srgn, aid Steam Bot Painrr bgd
.Glazing, done with Tieatuess and dthim
'moderate price% f"r e'ash. -:.. T ,,-r
". "-22 Waterfiuet, Apajlac
Jan.' 1.0, 18^5. *8 *. .1: i ... .. i

This stock of PRINTED CA LICOES, nearly
all recently purchased 'for cash and short credit,
-at from : ...
1 to 6 Cents.(Per Yard)-]LOW ER
(,Purfchasers are guaranteed he prices-rand
allowanrces made- foraa given period. '
W-. Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily)'
-.regulating the pricessare placed.WJ4the handl
of buyers, and sent with goods ordered..-
: New York, June 6, 1846."" ." .. -ly.5-



Jackson Circuit Court.
Hu-h Spears, ^ ^.
Hug Seas. Petition for Foreclosure of

Robert W.'Hal .Mortgage.
T HE defendant will take notice that at the
I .Fall Term, 1846, -6f the Circuit Court," for
Jackson County, I will apply to the said Court,
fora judgment of foreclosure, of a certain mort-
gage executed by him to the plaintiff, on the 1st
of January 1845, on two slaves named Allen and
Beny.. A. H. BUSH,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Marianna, JuMy 13, S-11,. 28-4m. ..

r-FIE ib...,s offer'for sale a large and sea-
L s 'nbi.? -t.;,uk of Dry Goods, -consisting in


.. lreS; .JX^II tlc, "* .;
Tr IHE suthcrrbers fiiota-""hund anC ly;
whol.ale ard retail;-lodw &t .bAhi-.
20 tons assorted Iron ; 50 kegs asmorted
51. keg- Spikes, WroughSt and Cut, <. <1
Sheet and Boi erjroh,. ,,;'.- c.: 'i \--
Hollow W are,. .ageneral'.. ., ne ,,.,-*;
S ugar and C oldren ,K e tltes, ,-.:. .#
Cook and -Padjrlv, 9tovm, Sid I^^ N
Blacksmith's. Tol St- P _ardwarf', ..: ,.,". -,
Britannia'a, ipd Ya[pad .yaresBass'ASB^,
Fire Dog,. Shb'aa^Ia'nw n;,1 :.
Mar in Sppn"Y aU, Mani4a aM Hem6 Glffl
Anchnrs. Pitcb, DbaWlWf, Tar, 'CialIar_l
-Turpe6ine,'Sperm an fi tn ; .
-Paints and Brush,, Riggingaf-tiP - Maltts, Pumps and Buckets, A
T in and Sheet fron W ar'e: ., ',-.+, .:
March 14 tRBEr

N .: -.r,:. IC,:i .,-ys'anld L i,"s,-?-i, .
White ,. iJ Red Flannels,
ti nii and Fancy Jeans,
Double twilled Tweeds,-:
S,.i-'f'.fancy CasamAes, '** : .
SUI ,q' E ,,_ h ai,1 F ,'-,?,,h Cloths, -
'hir,,,', LIliv..t-4. [. I 1 and 12qrs.
D, Dnlii L'ii.,.ket. <, ", ,' 10 qrs. ,.
D.?!-,tiui;,'K~r,.. riis~i' ,,i,.i L',-,ttonades,
S Br,,'.\. S',,it'ii,- ; d Sl,---t11 ng,.
t 'i.rl,,i I_ ,i_ -i] -I l l, ..i[ ,; -
C..rn,-,i, I.h',Ll ,lii. -,,,,I! T ;,?king, .
I.Ll'l'll lll'ld C (|: | '' l' ll-q l C 'I ,: :
Irish Linen, .'_'Irf, il, nd Slec-finz,
i:|;.le,*.:ii. J I-',:.n.:,in hitiiiv-- aird li.-!,ethin',
-- E,,'iI.' il, Frri.el, ,:,1,l.Aimerican: Prints,
t_\' a -li. r '. ,ili .n',.. twilled Ginghams,
"*' ii.:',u :, r (-' :~i,l',i'iri ,l'._co.sse; o *
E rr,- v li:,:-r M1. i'l d- L ineh ""
,' .E ,,I' II-l. S,';,,.'h.:l i,l A i]\ r iu dnrio, d .
.Sii;"-er It.tib ii -li._" a:d figured Silkl%
PI:.:l; Silk Ci.-:,va%-; aind fil,-% Hkfs,.
Super E.,uli, ,ii- ,P rt P ,:, Silk Hkfs,
E,,al ,l ar,:d A nli0 i., in C,.,r,:l 'H kfs,,
Mjijr'.,-" diid \'i :,, iii:i lIi-.d Hkis, "
'Ladies' C.:.rt-iln -lfc.? and Gents Hf-hose,
i Super Marseilles andt W,,-ifit_ Ve-sliil'^,
-- ,. Cot.tonanddFlaxThi,.a.,d,, -
Plain and .Ti.:`d,_ Sv...i-ids h.rl h el.:d M1,.ilinu;,
Jaconet anti C ,,iii-i? i ,I iin,
r-d.,l,:<.Pi,, T r,-e, .,'. 4,: 4 -
1, il,:h h -i b,.,-.i' -,- ..:'t v, h r al t caire il
Ne,xr Yolk .,ind Poi. t.,., t''i il ih-nprersan.-..s i enr,
rof" iI Al i ,I;J.'tui er'. ,i the- kI,.vc.i- nl- 'l;et ratesi arnd
,1re niv > .-:d at ,vii -d,. ,r tail oni f'\vorablcl
,_-" 11inb1 \ G. Pli-RTEII Co.
N ,,v. "2'. 1--1:. -I -1 , '..itt 'i--'l ti' e.'

.. .... L lumber.
TUST received -'50,000 led tYellpow, Pine Lim-
V ber, asserted qualities.:, on hand 50,000
feet WhitePine, assorted-from i to -2 inch,-which
'willbe sold, low l.r-.the -cash hy '-. "
;"*': *" PETER HOBART.
No JLumber will be delivered from'the yard,
after thit d it,? nhmi?-i? paid tor, or a written order
from ajreponzible pers,-,n. 1'arch *28

To Printers.
TpHE subscribers have opened a new Type
J1_ Foundry in the city of New York, where
they are ready to supply orders to any extent, for
any kin-d of Job or Fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases,
G;,Nll.:-. Brass Rule, STEEL COLUMN RULE,
Composing Sticks, ChI,..:, and. every, article, ne-
cessary for a Printing Office. Also second hand
materials. .
The Type which are cut in imitation of the
E,^l;;ID letters;, are cast'in new Moulds, from an
eiii ir. ly new set of Matrixes with deep counters,
are warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and wiii
b.- t-:.lhl i., suit the times. All the, type furnished
by us is" hand cast." The types from any foun-
dry can be n,lcl,.? at Iii ,?stl)1is'li,,eit. -
Printing Pr-'r _es lurmilsh .:l. al.I,; Steain En-ines-
of the m ost ,,,:er-r,:,.'-, |'attI -r',l .
01 Comp,:,slti,-,n Pv.'lhrs .'-.t I.-,r Prinfers.
S, .* 5C'0".:OI:'Ir 0VEREND,-
SD.?c. 13, 1-!. ly 468 Ann-st., New-York..

Ii H DS St. -C ."i S :n .
0, '. .- d New Orlaus Ii.)Ntir, tr arrive,
1K s':,ck 1i (-ot>?e ; ;,0o d.) Java,
4'e-i'- H-l\"n Ten,
410 bis _Aromatiq Tobac.-I,
50 I M lnfd +.:. Br,,h'-and Labby's,
20 1 Spermn Candles; 50_ hs brown Soap,
. ..10. h0ags Shut ;-0>) keg d Powder,
2000 ibs Lead ; 4 casks Linseed Oil,
200 ke2s White Lead. No, 1, Extra and Pure.
For sale by IV. G. PORTER & Co.
Nov "9 41 Water street.,


JUST'received ,per brig M,,re, from N.-York,'
J 50 kegs'Nos. 1 and "-- Lead,; 100 gals. boiled
Linseed Oil ;,500 lbs. Put ty; -2.0'boxe, S by 10
and 10 by-1 ,-;l ; "2(, doz. pints Conlnres. Spring
Water;;'100 lbs fresh Tamarins ; GUMri atid 0rget
S.N f..r w sale by ..- .
I Mayh y6. -' : .-I 1, ; .H. F, ABELL.


Bagging and Rope.
4 W PCS er lie'-1%3 Loui,,villeA, Man &
Co..,.Baggi.g -300 coil.9 Bale, Roe,
for ;ale lvy
M.irch7 J. DAY.-& Co. ,

Bagging and Rope.
ti 0 PCS.l .t",ey, Baghig,
Wll)ii codls lHope ; 3,iW icss He.asiai-;.. '+,
4 bWkes B.g-iiar T\'ine. Our W.lebvl
Will. G. PORTER & C,..
Nov -2 41 Vaterstreet.
,o ffec
r'7, .I;.-AGS Ri,, C,!,tceLr, dingfrom, brig Vir-
. J. g J iciia, for sale -., .F ;-:., : .-. : .:. ,
"; i'l.! ^ 'J. DAY CA.


Saddlery}'"or Sale n 'Cost' aud,
: cCharges. ",' .:,"
H-AVLNG on hand'an asibrtnment or Saddles,
Bridle, g c. &o I Will dispose'of them as
abovre for cask'.. ./ *'' *' *' ***** '
On hand a fine Bu-,gy.a.)d -larneqs, which.vwi3l
be sold for cas .. . "
.. Iarc.:5 ... A. P=H 1JOBART ',

611 C OEuigi._maze mi. -1 .*
T HE -F,.il'nbr Ilas .uslt rek-c-ived frown the
11n3,1 ,l'j,11 ,,,'s aid I public leie- a Leauitilul lot
ol P:!iFer T ,in riLnr, F,:,,lsicap a id Letter Paper,'
15. : ,',s.' J,,ih'r'ilk an,, Le, rs.ri, Eil ,l3, Pr'aytr
[l.,;,k-. el,:'.. \, ii,:h he ,:t;i. y v-rv low .
Felj 7 F. KOPMAN.

9 0 B.Sk 1E L, ,.I.u (I ,ul) CC i111-.,a-,,e
",,)0' R,-.,1i'ia Seg-ir-. 1.,r sile by
Apil-1) ..-.^ : ." B. S. H.UW LEY.


:-~i~fB~tNotlrPs~_ I

SI l miiiitratori 0otfcs.

N OTICE,-Six months after public ion of
this notice, application will be mide to the
Hon. Judge of Probates for Jackson county, for
a final seltlement of the administration of the
estate of William Bryan, deceased, late ot said
June 30,1846, 25-6m Administrator.

to leir advantap lo~tUri mt Owi .
GOd, before p-r-z'i ,e-.. ..,.1 6
N. B. Phy~sicariansp rpio ~d
care and accuracy at any hor df
.:CS"gl .

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At the extensive Establishment fo :.

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; Ii0/t Nall ^c.lg 11^
CQ-| TON"WSseae fron, assola-mig0
,& U- P0a-keg. ta,:, .,.'-,d~in--.'.+ :,i
a' csks' Hgqs, Ieotp, .qu)alitiq
'-0' Blac kiitnM'Ltel' Facp' dAnvils,
; .0 .,';. .Belb wva, ": ", *. 1 ,
S1"2 dozen Spade' ah and Sovel$, ...
t :1)0 '-. C b llin s A x es, ., .. ,',3
.li- b x~ili>tle,and, kVoedle' .Cwif, ,v .''-

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:~ ~ ~ ~M No 9. ;; 0.., ~^ i~

*Tr OWW "JooqwmanirorAftia^fl
"J_ for Consumptitin, Alhqaas;b
Xn:inplaint, and all diseases 'ot-tMe.".s
Ilurifes,44o"- ma To.Yy **-**/-"
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'Apalachicola, Fa.
B. S. I awley,
Cor. Water and Chestnut streets,
April 4 Apalachicola, Fa.

Baligbee & Howard,
No.. 7, Columbus Block,
Nov. 1,, 1845. Apalachicola, Fa.

W. G. In. Davis,".
03p Offce in Floyd's new Building, opposite
the Mansion House. Dee 13, 1845.
A. G. Seirnnes,
8rk Office, Alo. 2 Capt. Simmon's Building,
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.
J. Law,
Bainbridge, (Decatur Co.) Ga.
{= Will attend punctually the Superior Courts
of the counties of' Early, Baker and Decature of
the South Western, and of the county of Thomas
of the Southern Circuit. .arnAV3
Joh11 1 i o,
WILL practice in the several Courts of 'the
South.Western Oircuit, and Thomas and
Stewait counties
Aug. 5,1845. 31--tf

T UMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
_U having been appointed Inspector of Lumber
for Franklin County, offers his services to the
public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment. He may
be found at 22 Water street.

Francis Kopman,
Cheap for Cash,
oct1 Chestnut-Street, Apalachicola, Fla..
J. C. Allen,
,VWholesale and Retail Dealer in
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
also, "
3 general assortment of';
cor. of Centre & Commerce streets,
nov) ... Apalachicola, Fla.

j_ . .. . .. ... ... . .
.i':. i 'l,-'? -"-.''rN N; J l i E M n iiN ,'C1-i A R .,l I"
CO ,i"-'Al [S>;I. t)N i>IL It.' H A N 1''7,
\\~t AC\ t ? r .- [ ri,, ,


S. B ii vetpor'l,
-.,'* :., MERCHANTS NT,
\ No. 50 Water-'reet,
:' ;. Apalachicola, Fa.
r Lib).,i I Av.lances imade on consignments
tw. nr-y itn-iJs in New Orleans, New York or
^ Lir,'i,.-, .A pril, 1846.

*~ ~ ~ A k* L -i* T,'- \.':AN7'D RETTAL,;
VLER IN t, Ii'; r, .-:,.ICINE_-, PAINTS,%
-.- : :. .... OrLS, G L \.'k ^.-..& ;
A il-z ..' :,-.-.,, ,,r.,, of Statinery.
- ,r. ,i;.S 1 _- rn,.lir a + .i V.'ater streets,
_,., 1 1 _nr i.\ r.-, ,,-.l ') i"-,1 i F [ .'
- -L _. rnI.

r + ..N ,. Columbus ,'ll.iiiz-',
11 c. '?,. 1 !:' A hi.'l

List of Letters
R EMAINING in the Post Office at Aptalach-
icola, July 1, 1846.
Armstrong, Miss M- Kesseler, Mrs Mary -
Avery, A L Kelly, Wilson B
Bruhdage, W H Long, W T H
Broughton, Geo J Lea, Chas M
Brush, Wm H Lloyd, Wm
Bilbo, John Law, J
Brown, J B Lawrence, Edmumd W
Beach, Sam'l 2 Lamb, Alex 2
Borohian, Wm Lang-ry, Hilley
Barstow, CaptT H C Melville, Benj J
Brown, Capt Jas K McDuffie, Maj J Y
Beach; Capt Samuel Maqncreff, William
Bruce, Timothy D Mathero, Thomas 2
Beckwith, Frncis D McFarlin, John
Bonnery, Miss Seaby McFadden, Mr
Brown, Jos B Milligan, Edw'd
Butts, W M MaunnWm
Brown, Jane Ann Merryman, Alfred
Caraway, B D Murgot, Alexander
Caro, B T McCall, Solomon
Cox, David Megglallhorn, George
Castillio, John Merryman, Capt S 2
Cueva, Pedro Mirs, Taba
Cuebas, Pedro 2 Nickerson
Conner' Hugh Nash, Hazekiah
Clements, Anderson Orr, Hannah C 2
Deavous, Thos: Otis, John
Dale, Franklin6 Poro, John
Delana, Lewis C Pierce, James
Dyer, Daniel Purple, Nathaniel
l-v'ie. Mrs Peters, Edward
D:., %. Henry Penn, Miss Mary Ann
Davis, James H 2 Pritchard, Wm
Duff; E C Rowland, Col J B
Delahanty, Martin Rinaldi, J W
'Evans, John Russ, J C
Elerby, Ingo Rodbird, Wm
Fields, Seth F Ryan, Daniel ;
Foster, R E 2 Robertson, James
Fareliia, J L' Rhoads, Mrs Lucinda
FortG rSmith, S S
Foster, Joseph Smith, Caraway,
Grimes, James Stafford, Wm 'r "
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Grierson, Capt Snowman, John
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Grogan, MissEllen Smith, Capt J G
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Hill, John Manil Thomas, Robt F
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Henderson, John Turner, Sam'1 S 2
Hart, Rev A B 2 Thorp, Sam'1
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"T]Oilaoma Bi. Al IIl'tI,
Water Stfeet,

tCrotmotoInIu JaUuita*

The following beautiful lines byithe editor of the
",,Louisvil!e Journal," who is nowfrom his home,
we copy from that paper:
'Tis morn-the sea breezes seems to bring
Joy, health, and freshness on its wing-
Bright flowers, to me all strange aid new,
Are glittering ir the early dew-
And perfumes rise from every grove,
As insensp to the clouds that move
Like spirits o'er yon welkin clear-
But I am sad--thou art not here.
'TIS noon-a calm, unboken sleep
Is on t.he blue waves of the deep-
A soft haze, like a fairy dream,
1.s floating over wood and stream ;
And many a broad, magnolia flower,
Within its shadowy woodland bower,
Is gleaming like a lovely star-
Futr I am sad-thou art afar.
'Tis eva--on earth the sunset skies
Are painting their own Eden dyes-
The stars come down, and trembling glow
Like blossams in the waves below ;
And, like some unseen sprite, the breeze
Seems lingering 'mid these orange trees,
Breathing its music round the spot-
But I am sad-I see thee not
'Tis midnight-with a soothing spell,
The far tones'of the ocean swell,
Soft as a mother's cadence mild
Low bending o'er her sleeping child-
And on each wandering breeze are heard
The rich notes of the mocking bird,
In many a wild and wonderous lay-
But I am sad--thou art away.
I sink in dreams-low, sweet, and clear,
Thy own dear voice is in my ear-
Around my neck thy tresses twine-
Thy own loved hand is clasped in mine-
Thy own soft lip to mine is pressed-
Thy head is piliowed on my breast-
Oh I have all my heart holds dear-
And I am happy-th,l) art here.
BILoxIMay 31, 1846. G. D. P.

,,, .> PUJ[!LIE'f:D EVERY TUI.?D.\Y BY
-:J L.. I. YY III A.N.
.'. 1.,OA.Vf, Editor.'

"OFli,-e, Third Siorw Btlv Buildings, corner of
Commerce and Chestnut streets.
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.JSt B.-rRIPTOINS.-TI.ree D,,I:,r! p'-r rz; nunu,
if I i'd ii ," .,r or i .1--i it' pi id w itt in si:\
ir,,n- thi or `4'- 1)l if priii ,;r.-. :,l>r.
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pro.i ri',lor.
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it that we find' the angel of tbe'Lord after- !
wards calling it "the Mount of God." It
was however, destined for a third baptism.
When Elijah, hunted by Jezebel, field for
his life, he wandered across the desert to
this mountain. His prayers had brought
rain upon the parched and desolate earth,
but his sword had also drank the blood-of
the prophets of Baal, and Jezebel had sent
him word thatshe would him as he
had doone to her prophets, and so he iled in-
to the wilderness and sat down under a juni-
per tree, and prayed for death. Weary and-"
discouraged the hunted fugitive lay down
and slept, when the angel of the Lord
touched him and bade him arise and go to
Mount Horeb. Elijah started for the de-
sert, and after travelling for more thau a
month, he at length, worn and exhausted,
came io the mountain, and ;ook up his sol-
itary, lodgings in a cave. How many deso-
late days and lonely nights he passed there
we know not, but at length a voice from
heaven said, -Go forth and stand upon the
mount." Jehovaih was about to reveal him-
self. But before he reached the entrance
of his cave, lie heard a roar louder than the
sea, that arrested his footsteps and sent the
blood back to his heart. The next moment
there came a blast of wind as it' the last
chain that bound it had suddenly been
thrown off, and it had burst forth in all its
unrestrained and limitless energy. In the,
twinkling of an eye the sun was blotted out
by the cloud of dust, and the fragments that
filled the air were whirled~in fierce eddies
onward. It shrieked and howled around the
mouth of'the cave, while the fierce hissing
sound of its steady pressure against the
heart of the mountain was more terrible than
Wls ocean like roar. Before its-fury and
strength, rocks were loosened from their
beds and hurled through the air--the earth
rent where' it passed, and before its fury that
steady mountain threatened to lift up its
base and be carried away. Amid this
deafening uproar and confusion and dark-
ness and terror, the stunned and awe-struck
Elijah expected to see the form.of Jehovah
moving, but that resistless blast, sirewing
the sides of Horeb with wreck- and chaos,
was not God in motion.
"Twas but the whirlwind of his breath.
Announcing danger,, wreck and death".
Thb hurricane passed- by, aind that wild
strife ofthe elements ceased :.but before the
darkened heavens could.clear themselves,

Elijah hear a 'rumbling sound in the bowels
of the mountain, and the next moment an
earthquak-e'-was on the march. Stern Ho-
reb rocked to and'fro like a vessel in astirm,
antd its bosom parted with ,the sound of
thunder before-tlhe cP -T_ .lv_e.thi +that-
seemed rending: the very heart of nature-
Fathomless' abysses opened on every side,
antI huge precipices, toppling over. the
chasm at their basie, went 'tbuodfring
through the darkness. The fallen prophet
lay on the floor of his cavern and listened to
the grinding, crashing sounds around and
beneath him, and' the stead: shocks that
seemed to reach the very sat of nature,
thinking that Jehovah'at last stood there.
Surely it was his mighty haqod that lay OB
that trembling,' tottering mountain, and his
strong-arm that rocked it so wildly.,on its'
base. /No, "God was not in the earth-
quake." : -
'"Twas but the thundering of his car,
The trampling of his steeds from far."
The-commotion ceased, and Nature'stood
"and claimed her ruffled frame," but in the'
sudden ominous silence that followed, there
seemed a foreshadowing of some'new terror,
and lo, the heavens were suddenly on fire,
and a sheet 6f flame descended. Its lurid
light pierced to the depth of Elijah's cavern
till it glowed like an oven, and from base to
summit of Mount Horeb there went up a
vast cloud of smoke, fast and furious, while
the entire sides flowed with torrents of fire.
The mountain glowed with a red heat, and,
stood like a huge, burning furnace under a
burning heaven, and groaned on its ancient
seat as if in torture. But God was "trot inr
Ihe fiery strom..
'"Twas. but the lightning of his eye"
that had kindled the mountain into a blaze,
and filled the air with flame.
But this, too, passed'by, and what new
scene of terrorecould rise worthy to herald
the footsteps of God-w-hat greater ouiward
grandeur could surround his presence?--
The -aston:shed prophet still lay ulon his
f'ace rapped in'wonder, and filled wilh fear
at these exhibitions of Almighty power,
waiting for the next. scene in this great dra-
Ina, when suddenly 'through the deep quiet
and breathless hush that had succeeded the
earthquake and the storm, there, arose'*ka
still small voice," the like of; which had
never met his ears before. .Itw, aa:"**small
and still," but it thrilled the prop!'s fI"rmp
with electric, power, 'and rose so sweet and
clear-- :
"That all .ia heaven attd enr'lh right hear;
It spoke of pea ce=-it spoke of love,
It spoke a~s angels speak above. ""

And ,God Was in the. voice;, Thi prophet
knew that he was nigh, and rising up. %%map-
ped his mantle abouthis face, and went io
the mouth of the cave, and revernt,]l ;sood
antd lisle,,. Oh, ell the" deplth
and sweetness, of tlie toortsof that voice
which,the Lord of'Love deemOe- woriliv to
ai-inouc'e h]is coining. A ransomed spi it's
Ii,.rl-l- an" a niiel's "lute--a .eraplh's sonc.
coQuldnot h've mov ed the prophet 641. But
jwyijle his wholeibeing,.souil and body, t.r.eni-
b.ledio 'iti mun 'ic, allsterner voice ipet. his
ear, saing, VWhat dost thoi here, Eli-
jah .r TIhie prophet poured ;the tale of h.i.
"-os and of Tsreael's sin into+ thlnufinite
bo'som. His wrom.-j Were promised redress
and Israel deliverance, and the haunted, ekde
went boldly ick:lo-his people, and Horeb
a-gai'i stoui, silent and alone in the. desert.
*-Tlie Mount of GQoW 'needs no other ti-
tle -to make it Ahe >i(r'li. Sacred Mdiunt'in
oil di'hc r 'ih.--[N. Y, '.tIf rer .'fr..:

slovenliness is culpable in a man, how ioexl --
cusable in a woman No female who bal s
any regard for herself, or any respect for,.-
the society in which she moves, Will be ne'g-i .
lectful of her personal appearance. It -is
true-there is danger of runiag into the o.p-
posite extreme-of attaching too much'im-
portance atid giving.too much time to'dresp,-
but it is easy to hit a happy m editmm in toh14
respect, and to-"do perfect justice' to ffhe
toilet at the same timelt'hit no moral, ial l
or intelectual duly is sligliied'.
There are a few members of the sex to
deficient in comeliness of face or fAguet at
by an appropriate style of dress they 'mayI
not appear to advantage, to all capabl.-of
appreciating the agreeable and the beautiful
in art. To be appropriate it does hot follow
that a dress need be extravagant. -;;.'
There is a nameless charm about their
style of dress with sorime wome., whi-cI
seems a part of their character, it is so in js- .
cirbable. It is not in costlinessofmaterial-
nor in brilliancy of colors, but ibn.the felicity.'-
of adaptation of color, style, and manufac--
ture. The dress seems as' naturally a pai'.
of them as their hair. We feel that any:
other costume would be.inappropiliHte.--I
The Cynthia of the minute, seems to h,, .
le n t h e r z o n e '" "
A lady should study the' style of dress
rt*bst appropriateand becoming to her, and
follow it uninfluenced by ihe paltryambi-,
tion of leading off a fashion or flauntio i'vL)
expensive robes. We all know that differ -
ent colors suit different complexions, and
different style, different figures. Every lady, .
should have 'that degree' of arlical culliva-'
tion to be able to-decide herself ou Ihe fash-
ion most suitabl4efor her la th. L
lack -of this aiccomplishment let her. copnl'.t
a ,competent judge.-[N. Y. Sun.-

A SECOND JONAH.-A party redUxly >
fishing, in the Talapoosa, observed a"i
enormous cat-fish break water near them,
and float exhausted. He was easily'e-
cured, and from the fact that it was o'bse'rved1
that he was evidently gorged'-whb' soa e-
thing which seemed still alive,b was opeb- *^ .
ed and a well-grown 'possum..still aii.end .-- n
Srinningiaken from him. Thisis ie'firi.t '
time, we believe, that the 6asareao opera-.e,-
tion was ever performed.,n 'fish.'The .
'poSsum is doing'" as "well as cotId'.pel '
pected," and is chriwtened "Jonah!" ., ai
has io appearance, we dnj as Sbalspear ,.
somewhere says, a "very ^aftie a&xIlJ^ "
like smell "--neverfheless, we beg th 'e -. ^-"..-.
yune to, believe il. as it is "a ":f ai d ,ft "t
b-o-a-x.-Ata. Journai, ,.. *.

Tnz,.idA d A CA IT&A .. -
Fop OFErEcz.-An' Ohio paper relate"ifnT., +'i
following anecdore-of'an inexpevien#6e+,5as3- 3_
didate for office:-" We one ba}"a feTl.w .
student, who, after -be graduated, ntert .
upon the practice of medicine,- hh V;M '-
fair prospects, but in'an eWv*,b6oar.he-x ,-.-
sented to become a capidida'of-electift'" . '
the State Legisliure.' iWas .acina ,,' ,
good natural epdowmlennll", anO'.eomipe -
literary education. He had preplhtald-I .," .
self for his ,profession by elose'applicaton. .
to study, and -had, o. aounirg'ente n'edd, < '
little into society, so thathe i WIw fit'1.ll '"
acquainted wilh the woild.and haUl n _'. "
cepiion of what he was uo. eaduretintl~ll -.{
electioneeriog catnvass... -t,]e s,'ele-OK.?i :
but 'after it was all over. he said t it) -usg'" '
I had know.-what -would hatbo-en saj.'rT ]
-me by my opponents I would_ bIave vn "
away, ra,!,er than haye' Intis.o "i.,'
be nominated. I knewithatatmbtoy. .-could
say much good of e Ibilt<(. "y .g" i", l, '
hatt ihey cuuld not sayL,0'' bart!. c 4
the newspapers opened upon ie--fha"
made me outio bad a fellIw I J d'n,..jt \
it ias mePat all.,an.,..could ng.cfbe satisfied
of my own identiry.,u rplil: J.called mty, d .
and found that he k A,,. .
THE S.El ,s.BL -oo.--. .Curfds, 'Anectk
dote.--AIphone It g of -q,,ples,'had. io-i^ '' ;1
couri a ioofw hyosedi.4o wrrtr dow._ne ..
bo ki satl-th4 ,r- oltlesW;,t1le 1. 49 wm l'a h
a'lMoor In his .ho/u 6kl, s^ hfa i )t lh^ .+ :'
Levant o buy. h'tfrses 'wtrh ten,'a^^. Ltl Jll.' ".
ducais.'-:This.,be fopI m;arlked[pyli^5^i' ;
as'a puvre.-pi~eeof-folty/..YS'ocn^H'te a^^A-~ '*" '-
lihe kirio'cal'led for lhe ,book, .paBd fotlnif'r "
last 'his own naine,. wit~h th4'story" of^J^ ~--
tehi tbousanid ducats. '7Tbe" ki'g,' .leMS- -v'*
somew~hal tiloved,.aske, d Ihe reason why^ ,.r. ,
name was'.ihere'! "Because," says ltfie
Jester. "you Imave cou tmitted a pie4 e''f" .*
Iolly, to i 'e your mrnon y t .'-'.o ne you .aFo
never like to see agaln."' "' ,U't-i(f he dxea ;. ,
*ome back aoali,' sa's the' 'm, tn flt|:. ,, ., <
brinOS me thle liorses, what fO, ly.,)3 rhal'a
nme.!' ... WVhy, i'f ever -heit coTe's biit
again," replied ihe foo\?,;dl,/ bUpl't'wl-i "s :;
21ame". Glnd put inl his. '" i i .' "

W- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov S.

Dr. A. W. Chapman,
{tf Office over the Drug Store of B. S. Hawley,
(entrance on Chestnut street.) Residence at the
house lately occupied by Dr. Baltzell.
January 10, 1846. 2-tf

11. E. Owens,
CLAYTON, Barboiir County, Alabama.
April 29, 1846. 2-tf

J. il. & J. cJ.E. HiM,
No. 44 Water street,
Nov.1,-ism5. APALACHICOLA, FA. '

David G. Ptanncy,
No. 43 Water street.

Nov 5. ly

Apalachicola, Fa.

P. H04-.Mg
(l* No. 44 Water street-Up stairs,
' novl6 ." Apalachieola, Fla.

REB. '.
Mount Horeb does not stand so isolated
as Ararat or Sinai, and hence does not occu-
py so definite a place in nature or history.-
One of the group that surrondsSinai, it.pre-
sents the same barren and desolate appear-
ance, and stands amid the same bleak and
forbidding scenery. These solemn sum-
mits rise together in the same heavens, and
the silent language they speak has the same
meatiing. Still, Horeb hasless distinguish-
ing characteristics than Sinai, and the lat-
ter overshadows it as much in interest as it
does in nature' The Mount of Terror is
monarch there in the desert, and all other
summits are but his body guard. They
witnessed his grand coronation when the
law given, and shook to the thunders that
honored the ceremony.
Mount Horeb has not been consecrated
once, but thrice,.and hence had a threefold
claim for a place amid the immortal list of
Sacred Mountains. Moses learned his first
lessons around its base, and amid its soli-
tudes formed the thoughtful, stern, and
decided character which rendered him fit to
be the leader of Isreal. When in his i.,-
petuous youth ie slew the Egyptian that
would trample on his counlrymnan, he fled
thither" to escape the penalty of the deed.
When the first gust of indignation had
swept by and he saw the lifeless corpse at
his feet, alarm took the place of passion, and
hastily covering the dead man in the-sand,
lie fled to the desert. Month after month
he wandered about Horeb; thinking of
Egypt and the royal court he- dared not
enter. Away from the temptations of the
palace, and beyond the reach of the con-
flictin., motives that might sway him there,
he trod the desert a free man. With
nought but Nature and God to teach him,
his character must be simple and manly,
and his principles upright and pure. Amid
the grand and striking features of mountain
scenery he could not but learn to hate
tyranny and love freedom, and when, at
lenght, his character was settled on a brad
and permanent basis, the Deity sent him
back to Egypt to deliver his people.
Wandering one morning along the slopes
of Horeb, he saw be4bre him a soittary bush
blazing from top to bottom, but still uncon-
sumed. Every branch, was a fiery branch,
and every leafa leaf of fire that glowed un-
wasted in the stillflame.- As he stood ama-
zed and awe-struck at the sight, a voice
whose tones were yet to be familiar to his,
exclaimed, Take thyshoes from off thy
feet, for the place on which thou standest
is Holy Ground." Here Moses received his
first commission, and here was God's first
autward demonstration to him in behalf of
his people.
fn the exciting scenes .through which he
nlr,,-niid passed in Egypt, he may have
entirely", forgotten Horeb. But after "the
plagues, and death, and flight, pursuit, and
Red Sea passage, and overthrow of his ene-
mies, haj! all been left behind, and the host
of Tsreal.entered the desert, the familiar
scenery he began to approach must ijlve
waked up strange associations in his. heirt.
At length the t,-ll-i enrinbered l;nnn ol (IHo-
rebrose to iiew, where he had uan,.lered,
self exiled from hi-t linie. A Zloorn v f'i'i-
tive,'he first saw dll:it de-sul;,he mountain in
t-fe distantance;-i liiedr of a mighty peo-
les, and the chosen of God, he pitched his-,
tent-the second timeat the base. Double s"-
his first interview with Deity here cuased
*him to except some; otheryrelations nI)w Ih,.it
the commissio ,he had given him hall [evil
fillfilhl-,. How much his easily experience
had to d l with hi! e,1-11,,,iii oil this spot
u% il h lU hos of 1",;'0l it is inl O.c.,ile 1 i0 iell,
but ir h- h shoolild r-X[)eet t (lie 1(1, 0 ho h'im
-.first Seht'im lIorth here vivehliii ni'C rather iri-
-,I .IL LI101S, M aP S o11 t 1 "11:1 'tAl. hw ls expeclll-
tioti were iIri ,.i-,aplininted, and ] uai aand
Hore(h t>,,2etlifhr brCaine Ihie icene oif the
irio-r %v.'onudiroli 'v rit_ of hi.iinau histo ry.
'T^;ce had H-oiele! beeui honored liv lhe
prf,'re el" t.)e-i , t h.ich lIra,1 +., co(*(v~crati!
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No. 53 Water street,
nov30 Apalachicola, Fla.
Sims & Chieever,
Offiie, No. 6 Columbus Buildings,
decl4 Apalachicola, Fla.

LUMBER INSPECTOR.-The undersigned
having been appointed Inspector ol Lumnber
for the County of Franklin, offers his services to
the public in that capacity, and will attend to all
duties appertaining to said appointment.
March 22, 1845.

CooliOe & Home,
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LUMBER INSPECTOR-Having been ap-
oointed Inspector of Lumber for the Cou.nty
of Franklin, the undersigned offers his services
to the public in that capacity, and will attend to
all duties appertaining to said appointment.
April 19, 1846. BENJ. LUCAS.

Jas. F. Far'rior,
No. 9 Columbus Block,
,nOov9 Apalachicola, Fla.

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No. 36 Water Street,
de e0.4 Apalachicola,' Fla.
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Apalachicola, Fla.
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their friends in New York, Boston, Liverpool or
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No. .9 Wtrpr street,
dec 9: 17 -. .\f, A allciicola. Fla.

A woodmhn from lnJe. inerior ,o!F^^^a
sas, who had nue er .)een on rhd ^ ^cl, '
steamboat, had-occasio to go tbsh. ""iD
.holt time sindee- .-i'o p"
as: i .,. q- the.bauk off
river lie hliiledr .,fe ", .- r of tbf" W ^1st1'
wih:, I"Captain, 'whatRs::tje fa ret0 A
Lo,ui3? ." .*^iat pajtPb~tr.t ieJboat jD y^
wish.1to 9o on'S?.- 'askeOd the ap tai..'. 0 a^ip
or -deck A eDarn your w 6ioh,0,.. ,fti
hosier. 1 I live in a-cabin at .hmegLe
the best youi'" : ..',^ ,

The Mayor of a dim'inutlve1oy;)
to consult a legal fyieud with rgea i, '
method of qu-ellin" hoiots I oNS' ,
which were drowibg -u gpvrr^B yO.6,S,.
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To tlhe Pa.blic.
AVrNG di,,ose,.I o1' niv ertitrie .n,,co ,of
Driu.zs_,iiJ I ,k-,1 _1i._?h.? i) U r. H P. Alr,1l,
ill I',rllli Ir nin tli,=, bl:,uisii"eI. I lake ,toP( l,,.| i,
retnr-i to th-e -iblii', my fliernds arid cu-.r.rners.
DI:', tlij k- t',.,r Ir, [)atriijie thl y have bcto-xcd
ripol' the egtnblslnrihi-n t while under inly c,:,itri, :
;and I talke plea+.ljre in re,',.,ilimcndg my iuccessir
t,, rfic-i as w,-,rthy ,I their |Iatri',,na.e, and solicit
tor hurl a Coihtn.ia ce of the cn-.t,:-iio he-i>tut'..,
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3 fail to make a shrewd temporal ruler in ad-
. :ditionto the functions of hisspiritual office.
-* The previous habit and character' of this
Pontiff do credit to the-judgement and ith-
* partiality-of the +Conclave Which elected
i him.
(From the N. 0. Com. Times.],
By the arrival of the steamship James L.
Day, Which came into port on, Saturday
evening, from Brazos Santiago the 15th
inst., we have intelligence from tihe army
r four days later than that last received.
The utmost activity. prevails at. Brazos
and Point Isabel, in forwarding the volun-
teers as they arrive, toward the main body
of Gen. TAYIOR'S army which is concen-
trated in the environs of Matani"oros. The
Louisiana vovlunteers are moving toward
the carmp a little above that city, where the
'Washington and Col. Dakins' regiments
are stationed. The Andrew Jackson regi-
ment left for Reynoso, to join Col. Wilson's
command on the 9th, and the corps under
Col Davis moved upward from Barita on
the 10th inst. Trhe latter were replaced at
Barita by the Tennessee regiment, lately at-
There are now about fifteen thousand
men at the disposal of Gen. TAYLOR. all
anxious to commence an active campaign.
Unluckily, 'for the ardor of our gallant
countrymen, there has been a sudden rise
in the Rio Grande. which has extensively
overflowed its banks. There is quite an in-,
untdatioirfrom the mouth to a considerable
distance up the stream.- This has- in a
great measure, deranged the plan of Gen.
VT, as he will probably be obliged to wait
the suhbiding of the waters before a regular
move is made towards Monterey.
We are sorry to learn, from the American
Fag of the 10th inst., that broils and dis-
putes are so common between the Mexicans
and our volunteers at Matamoros. It
seems'that great many valuable lives have
been lost on both sides in this manner. A
young American soldier was assassinated
neai, the office of the American Flag on the
9ih inst; his throat had been cul, and he
hbd been stabbed'to the heart several times.
General'T.AYLOR is represented io regard
these affrays and catastrophes with much
concern, and is doing all he possibly can to
put a stop to them, as regards his own men.
"1hie civil authorities do not seem to be very
:active on their side to repress the turbulent
,among the Mexicans. Some of the'soldiers
under CANALS are said'to be lurking about
Matamoros, for purpose of robbery and
murder. If things continuerto get worse,
in the way of fighting, quarrelling and&civil
disorder, Gea. TAYLOR will probably be in-
duced to organize a police fore, ehinself.
At Reynoso the troops were arriving very
fast.. from Matamoros and points below that
city. McCulloch's Rangers, a'fine body of
troopers, reached the former town on the
7th inst. after a march which Sorely tried
ihe bottom of both men and horses, in con-
sequence of the inequality of the roads,
more than usually rugged-nay, almost im-
practicable, in consequence of the inunda-
Three companies of the 71h Infantry un-
der Captains HOLMESWHITING, and PAUL,
arrived at Reynoso' on the Aitd, the 81h
instant. The remainder of the regiment,
commanded by Captain MILES, were to fol-
low immediately, when the whole of the
command would take up the line of march
for jCamargo. It is stated that during the
inundation, so early for the Season, it usual-
ly pccuriug only in. the fall of the year, Ca-
Mnargo has suffered immensely, report stat-
ing that from one to five hundred houses
have been swept away. The evil is not
limited io this; the crops on the Rio Gran-
de will be found to have suffered dreadfully,
rhree-fourlhs ofthe prodace-of the labors of
the husbandmen, in the bottoms or level
land, having been utterly destroyed. Some
farsighted people, it is said, predict such a
scarcity in-the grain harvest, as seriously tp
incommode the army, General ;TAYLOR had
anticipated from the luxuranltappearance of
the fields, a few weeks ago, the most abun-
dant supplies in the coming season. As for
the Mexican peasantry, the poor tillers of
the soil, they are in the utmost gloom--
t heir fields, gardens, etc. knee deep, whilst
their families have been obliged to flee to the
elevated spots in the vicinity for temporary
refuge. This, the prosperity which the
presence of the American troops braought
amongst thorn has been destroyed, kilile'd,
annihilated, by this unlucky inundation.
Some idea may be formed of the extent
of this freshet, when it is stated that the
waters of the ,Rio Grande now beat against
the walls of Fort Brown, which during the
bombardment: were upwards of three hun-
dred yards distant.
At Reynosn, our troops had strongly
fortified the ,",Plaza." or public squarre. -It
wtas reported lh~l =CANALES intended an at-
tack--a +night ov0n we suppose---but he
knows beller, for there must be now a very

respectable forrce in that town.
We are sorry to learn that there was
some sickness amongst the iroops at Mata-
moros-the measles had rec.enil.v made its
/qpiearance--several hundred being in the
hospitals; To tlhe wet weather and total
inactiv'0y which reignis,there, ,may be ascri-
bed this visitation of ill health. .
Two BriJtih naval officers recently arrived
in a sloop-offwar, at Fort Polk, said tlo be,
charged with a message to General TAYLOR.,
As communications Were not open, they
forward their despatches,,by mail to Maia-
moros, directed to their Consul. ,
SThe British'corvette Rose was lying at ;
anchor off Brazos when the Day left.
The steamer Toy. Brought't onthe 8th 1
inst., to Matamoros" the Catholi'cC h'aplains ,
appointed bythe.Presidnt of the United ,
Stawes'for ilte soldipr-' professing theb Romavr, it
Catholic religion"-'NMessrs McELROY aand
M'MajorC4. SAN.FORD, .froIm Mohile, arrived i
at Matamoros. on a mission, it is stated, i
fcmtilie Governor of Alabarna to Gener~fl
Nearly all the nerchlianis. formly ofCori-.
,pus Christi, are now located' at MAlainoros.

STE.,MSHIP AtLABA.tA.--This vessels-ar. ,
rived here veilerdaV evening f'roin Brazos
Santiago, llie 1011i inst. one d;av later than
the James L. Day.. We "+.-arn thatI the
court martial on Ciapf. Thornton Iermina-
te" on tlie 15th ulo.; and ihe general impres- 1
si-oi) isq that he h~is been acquitted. The
proceeding, however, will not be mniade ptb-I

uplands, however, no material injury cap
result unlessthe. +wet weather shouW bb. of
much longer nontinuance. These rz.tit&
will apply, we believe, to the whole cottin
region 'f the south." .,"
Cowpitass-Ini Ie Senate on the 8(h init.,
Mr. Hannegan's resolution calling upon the
President 6f thl united States for copies of
the orders, if any have been given, to Gen.
Tpylnr since the battles of, the8tb and 9th
May, to. advance upon Mexico or otherwte,
contrvlling the movnemets off(he Army, was
rejected. '
The Senate then ro6k up the LantdBill.
The amendment of ir. Oelhoum with the
exception of the cf'Ife authorizing tbe.oes-
slon of the public lands after nine years to
the States within which they respectively,
lie, was adopted and the bill finally ordered -
to be engrosood-yeas 29- nays 20. After
aclion ullon some private bills, which were
discsettd at length, the Senate adjourned. "
In the House. three hoars- were' spect in-
wrangling over the resolution, of the day
previously intended to compel tfe presence
of members. It appears to be impossible -o
keep the members in/their seats during the
transaction of business, .and so great has
the evil become that the publicc interests
greatly suffer, while the expenses of Con-
gress continue to increase., On the 7th, an
order was pissed by a minority of the
House, that the absent members be "re-:
quired to make their appearance, and red-
der an ex(-use for their'delinquency. On
the 8th the absentees rallied and denounced
the action of the body as reckless andl un-
constitutional, and then reconsidered the
vote, and reversed the decision of the Spea-
ker. The resolution was then withdrawn.
and leave was asked to offer a new one, and
that was to classify and publish the absen-
tees at the close of( he session of Congress.
The House refused to suspend the Rules
1o receive this resolution. Yeas, 71, nays
Such is the Congress which prides itself
upon having waged a successful war upon,
the industry of the nation. It is but mete
that the men who are striving to beggar the
mechanics and laboring men of the country
should also be willing to pocket their eight
dollars per day while loafing about the Fe-
'leral city, and neglecting tor further the
public business? Is it not liime that the
people of all parties should begin to scruti-
nize tie conduct of thber R-ep'esentatives ?
Is this Congiess to sit perpetually under
the plea that, the country is if a state of
war, and yet be allowed to tride away the
lime and money of the'nation in the pursuit
of their-own selfish arid unworthy porpose?
Let the people look to theirlinerests and
remember that the Whigs arei nxious t6
bring the session to a speedy el0sie.

CONGRBSs have now been in sefslon mffore
than seven months-some 220 days-at $8
per diem--making, over and above thecom-
pensation for mileaige, some $1760 for each
member; which, before they adjourn, will
be increased to $2000. Thesoldier w'bh
during the same period has been upholding
the honor of our arms upon theRiwGrande,
aud amid peril, privation and suffering, with
death constantly looking in upon hire, and
nothing, so- far"ds Congress is eoDeerned biut.their barren vote of gyntitude to cheer'
him in the performance of duty--eceived,
doriag the same period,- $64!. Contrast the.
relative services and the relative compensa-
tion, weigh one against another, the real
sacriflc to +country of each, and then deter-
mine--men of America-which are the
most deserving. And-yet these well bred,
well clothed, and well fed Congressmen-
exempt from all personal danger-and loud
in the professions of their patriotism--throi,-
out, reject with disdain, every proposition",
if augment the soldier's pay, and at the end
of his perilous term, if he serves and is, aihh-
ful, to give him a tract of land from the
abounding public domain. They prefer to
teep their domains as' a gambling fund with
which speculators and politicians may pure>
;hase votes.'1' They are content, indeed,
soine of to'em, to give it away, as a-lar-ge
donation, to the States within which it lies
--but tfiey cannot bring themselves to vote
Quarter district,"or a htalf section, out of
its abundance, to every soldier who has
ventured life, and borne all har-dshirs for
the: country.-,[N. ,. Courier Sf Enquirer.
BRITISH PoLICY.--We are not sorry that
Pennsylvanian Democracy have reaped full
reward for their unprincipled adheienee to -
party. In 1844 they cheated the peopleI,
and now they in turn have to bear the morti-
fication of having been cheated by Mr. P~olk
and his associates. AIlready are they begin.+
ning to use ihe language of denu'.;ciatiton.
A.t least one democratic tw'pr,, the, Philo-
-..ha .me ,,., entinel, assumes, a bold
ind. decided ' pohiev. o1 Lje Administration. It says--'
"The Warehouse system is Briaish~all
over; British workmen aire to make .,the

goods, British Agents-to sell them, British
ships are to carry thenm; British carpenters,"
riggers, blacksmiths, &c. are to build the
British ships, British captains to command
them, and British sailors to man them, and
the`only thing that is American connected
with'this system, is that Alnerican money is
o pay for this British device to impoverish
our country. Our Americin mercha ants will
probably then'not import on their own sc-
count from England,-and may have no bc-
casion for building American vessels,"
Within the limits ,of" old Buncombe

County, where [,he people, are nearly -all,
Whigs, aud were oppo,,ed to annexation. and
fqr Clay, f'r ihe Presidency. seven Compa;-
nines hav*eben reported for ihe service.
Whiuisin and patriotism seem to be synon-
ymous., 7 '.'
: NOW, 'ON THTS.' / i,
Mecklenburg County is Democratic, ad-
vocated annexation, and buasts ol being the
birlh-Iplace of Presidenit Polk; and yel,
;ifter long drumming, and eloquent speeches.
but t'hrlI/-Jour persun only couldhbe found
1o vil'ioleer. And. worse ih.m this. Edgp-
,ombign'd Nash, where an almost unani-
m,,us Loco F6co vb.te, is given, have not
volunteered at al.J-!.[Rudeih Register.
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During a recent dlebate in the French
Peers. if which the'subjeet of the Tariff
,'as inir'oduced, the' Miiiister of Commenre
,ibse.rved einplIatically--" We sb'ill make
no sacri'fices to Ehgland; ou'r ,naxim is,
oua-owN indus'5ry, OUR OWN trade, first

Si,,ma"6y a poor wight %%aho ad-been promised
:Ai'.7_eR, found out too late hehad a blank.
(.-- Yet the .-POISON DIb ITS WORK, the-elect ion
as.-arrid by means of .- Whatt did Ihe com-
1' ,; a'i'. of'tnedi-.appointed-matter. They could
*..6 e+kept in the traces by new. promises. A few
..fav'e been rewarded-some are.still kept in ex-
eeiatibn of being paid. "
t .. ,Dial not- hepiteous moans, of-a disappointed
ffije.-eseeker, trying to get a snug- birth, where
*'-.6e could- live without work, excite our contempt,
lltmikht .,move our compassion. But the-very
nature of their requests, shows that they want
office for emolument szke alone. D6 they seek
post %there nought but barren honors are to be
gained? D6 -they seek permission to march tc
the "tented'field," to mount "the imminent
JReadlv breach," and %%in a soldier's bread and a
!bldier's fame, bestowed wilh the approving
miles of a gralelul country? No! I hey seLek a
ife of ignoble sloth-thevy prefer tobe Iehe crea.
t urpe of a grea.t:. man's breah, .liable t.I):be crushed
anamom'ent-'by frown--hourit" trembling for
lear bf a luos of favor-with nio manly opinions ol
leir o"wn-but tilie mere srla.s" of party
sashion--the'." mould" of party form. They
.l.humble-Aiemelves (hat they, may be exalted.";
'"' .0o officeso poor, but tlhe. are ready to do
"',m.iege to a great man for l is grist that
. ..... )m es, to their, rr,'ll..-, .:
CAn. occurrencee'tliat -.thk-place on Jackson's
: -^; election, il lu'rat es'-;th'e character of these
itbiboiwers o.f" the court.' A-certain worthy who
bawlhd lus3tily, dur;nrg the dtclion, lor "-Old
i.^ korv," wert t:"%,.V.islihigtoni' to ask for his
!:O'ised reward. -He firr.t ap'plied I'o a seat in
pe.-Cabinet, .'but -was told tlhe:seleption had
a en'eh "He then asked to be'made Foreigh
minitler', Rnul', Collector, &Lc., on to the end
tIbe-listofall.'the offices he had ever heard
il.:69t`+t'+ in ,, 1 lat." He wa, put iifiii the same
.^i.i-ai .er'astbe+-re, .ani .,-o>n f,,urd there iw>re none
7 .- riimn. -At 4,-t he began to despair, and finally
S :wernt.lip to the % \+te House, and said very
M ltheicalh' :.-.Gineral, have you anZy OLD
4.' "-. oriiL-s' yoti! will give me?!!: If some of Ihe
.b''h,"vs" about here wail uitlil they ge't /Aat
'e ".. " the. 'Il come down to L O .D CLOTHES at

-.Bf1t'all tgis i i only a prelude to %hat we were
6-iTi gto-say',owhich .is this :-LET EV'ERY CAN-
ire hope a law to that effu-ct will be passed' hy
ie::,Vliig_, ilf they ever Ket into power. In the
ian time, %%ill the Deno-.rltic candidate bind
" uiOtsefl, on his honor, nr.t to make pr n" :s ,f
e, directly or indirectly hirnsell, nor to per-
R, knowingly that his ifrieri'dc shall do so for
W' e Wv -enture .o answer lFr him that hie

lic uqtil they have been approved and con-
firmel by 'the President at Washington.-
One passage of his reported defence has
been commented oat with admiration by all
in the-camp at Malamoros. He said, that,-
in the performance of rthe act for which he
was tried-rashness or precipitancy, we be-
lieve-he "did not see the numbers of the
enemy ; 'all- he s-'w was ihe- MEXICAN FLA0
willing to risk'his own life in an attempt 1O
cut it down!"
Dr. Daniel McPhail, Surgeon orf the
Tennessee Regiment. a naive of'Franklin,
Tennessee, died on the evening of the~l~ih
inst., and, was buried with military honors
the next day. He had been for some time
in ill health.
It is said that There are some emissaries
about Matamoros, and aie endeavoring to
induce Such of the Mexican soldiers, who.
were wounded on the 81h and 91h May. and
are recovered, to rejoin their regiments at
Monterey. .' II
Thetroops are in fine health, and eager
or the campaign now opening. The river
isfalling rapidly from Reynoso downward.
The 7th Infaniry were supposed to be ait
Camargo on the 15th ist., and no doubt is
expressed that Col. Hayss, coinmand from
San Antonio, has joined them there..
There have been no accounts from Mc-
Culloch's Rangers since they passed Rey-
noso, (the 714 insi). It is imagined, from
the well knowri) dating character of that of-
ricer, that he has penetrated as 'faras Mon-
terey ; either reconnoitering, or acting on
the offensive, if lhe find the occasion tempt-
ing, or thedisparity not too -great in the
force to which -he may find himself op-
We are unaffected glad to hear of the
rapid subsidence of the river; our army will
now move with celerity.
The Alabama brought with her some
soldiers in ill hi-allh. sent hither for a change
of air, to accelerate their recovery.,
M EXICO.--Later News by the Princeton.-
We find the following items of news from
Mexico, just a fortnight later than those
last received, in the Mobile Herald 4- Tri-
bune of the 23d inst.:
The 1). S. steamshi Princelon, Com.
ENGLE, four davs from Veia Cruz, arrived
at Pensa0ola on the 20th inst. The pas-
sage was a rather long one. the weather be-
ing stormy, and head winds prevailing all
, Papers from the city of Mexico had ar-
rived at Vera Cruz, announcing that Presi-
dent PAREDES was still lingering in the me-
tropolis. His delay in taking his departure
for the head-quarters of'the army of the
North, is.aseiibed to fear ofan insurrVtion:
which that event would be the signaltlapro-
duce. It was said that an aitemi;t was to
have been made on the 5th inst., to overrun
the Government,- but the troops were called
on, and kept under arms all night. The
citizens pretenoled to be quite astonished at
this move on the partnof their rulers. The ]
blockading squadron are still off Vera Cruz
A slight affair bad taken place a .little to '
the North of Vera Cruz, between the boats i
of the Princeton and the Mexicans. It ap- "
pears that an attempt was made by our men i
to geA water for the ve~sel, from a neighbor- '
ing river. The Mexicans being apprize& I
of-it, concealed themselves in a chapparall. 1
and when the boats came within guoshot
range, they opened a fire on them. One of
our men was slightly hurt. They, however.
returned the fire, and the Princeton sent a
shell, right in the middle of the party in
ambush, by which a great many, it is sup-
posed, were put hours de combat.
The gun-boat Reefer, came out in nine-
teen days from New York.
It is the impression of Coom. CoNNERr'
that the Mexicans cannot hold out much
longer..They are doing nothing towards
prosecuting the war, and PAREDES 'dare I
not leave the city of Mexico. Congress is
still in session, b~ut is doing nothing, i
It was generally known throughout Mex-
ico, that Gen. TATIOB was about in march <
on Monterey. ^. s
The army formerly commanded by ARxs- t
A. 4,000 men, is now at Liuares, at the "
heat]of whic~his Gen. MEJIA. 'i
The frigate Raritan follows the Princeton i
to'Pensacola in a few days. She sent six '
men to the hospital, very ill with-the scurvy, t
Rio Gr~ande.- There are tnow nine stea-
mers plying between the ontuh of this river,
Matamoros and Camargo, and room, it is 1
said, for a dozen more, which would be t
readily chartered by the Government.-- I
They should he light draft, double engine' '
boaas. The boats in question, are the Pa-
nola, Aid. J. E. Roberts, Enterprise. Troy, ?"
Brownsville and Cincinnatti--the latter run- t
ning part of ihe ti m~e between Brutus San- l
tiago and Point Isabel.

W e reg ret to an no au q e th e a near tlnce -
lihe CatterpilF;, among he c tun crops at
lIhS.early period Y of theirgrowth. We saw A
aindconvpr-ed withea friiend from Decatur s
co/isnty, who passed through our city on t
Thursday morning. He states (hat this
destroyer has commenced its work of de-, t
struction both in Decatur and Thomas, and t
unless compelled to retire by the'-heat, the
almost entire loss ofrthe crop in those coun-
ties is inevitable. The coldness of the
weather and almost incessant rains for the !
last ten days, are assigned as the cause for
.he early,/appearance of the 'worm. *It 'is t
sinerely Ito tne hoped thit after such an
abundance of rain as w*e have lately experi-
enced, we may have enough of sun-light and
heat. to put a veto upon the ravages of this
worm so injurious to the planter.' The
only complaint made about ihe crop in J
this county, so far'as we, have heard. is the
too rapid growth of llie weed,: and c onve-
qfienily a want-of fruit upon the stalk." We
ilhnk 11 will, not be safe to anticipate any
ibhin like an average crop in this section.
,, [Albany (Ga.) Courier. "
,, 'The Mobile+ Merchants and Planter'sI
Prices Ctirrent. ol'ihel8ih inst., says: |
"The intelligence we continue to receive
eo).stanlIV fromthe, interioris of aih nnfa ,
vorahle ch.iracieriq. read to the rowin,_
cotton crop. U.p to 0he-.end of the. firs( ,
week.-f JFuly the plant inr'many seenions oi
Soullh.Alabamna si.ffireIl rrory(droiuihtsihnc4.
when th'e rains have been fre.neni and-hea'
vy. This state of the weather. as is well
known" is hilnly prejudicial in the pairi:
and river bottom lands, causing the pl;fls
to -run too much to weed;' in the sandy

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claim of' p'rot{t|-jo ( at# o W hjMh---
against that of Puhift#.^t ^e^-* .*
.ery prioipe of dr
'the eommrerjaluandn Hitet^
of other nations is derided., alidd' (^ S .
Dtantly exhored to follow t^ i l to
e~ngla~n .arf isaerice oor. w> jlpo<" -
our own (radR, trlo-r profirit. ao ' t.,
.ml fdcommiercW'ftfceodau.. ;;>., *:'. :',

CA P1.IIt 'W j ++ ty:.] + ,.. "
sA^I S A~w,,,, afrA-T
gallant o'ffier, who+ boax -won imMlrih y- ,,.
fanme by bis ggtit d'fimcof-fFS*oS-B6. "
and + respecrfuily decl.ed",, To rrenT'rt "? :7'
.on the twore of humanity, e ^w the,, "
city I-otS. era ai.e, tne': f% t
a good stockr.a f der stl i. bft ^
way to Boston fnfhe cueei eryce. t.
[N. '. "Cou ,, .
GQIsMisTEECT.~-Loco, F*Ct cobst
now BOW a ndrmod is the prioeipte of"ak. "'j .1
ig togetherr. -'
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Itonin .r rf I ." /

CLEAftfiD. "' -
Jualy 2 h--& EhfbEtlzab.k arolile, Mortfti :
'New Oren. .=. "i'.,. + :
Schr Santa Rosa, &jtto4; No S ei"rea
Jul 84y B.ri-rg Morea, 0!V,* ,fornew '0d ,
by Nourse, tone &Co. ;5 # >'
L!>'.Uf VE&Er Ic N JP P6)tT.- "
Nathaniel Hooper, 13izey 42Y tons,_ ,w if,.
loadng--L Fred." "
Henry, eud, ugs4.tons, fo Liver.--+- .

,+ solu ia +- .
nHE Copartnership heretolor, eexisfing. We&
L the.,firm of SANf'ORD & BUIT, u thit :
day dissolved by mutual conment-
,M,.M. BUTT. .+ -
Apalachicola.;A' Usl,,;i".'.46 .' ".

.tTIHECgpartneraikA. heretoforie +iisgtaiE 6., -
,1tw.eeB^A7E dBSON and jAh c: *" ,''
CLAPPjisdissolv'ed bl i mual consent. The" "
business of thre: *oncern to bs seftte by lbhe& Q* B
.0'. .. -JAMES GIASONy
Ap-4!J dola, August 4, 1w4o. ., _. %'-..-
F 'Ji r GmbA !b, +.*.
.. AITD ;Gt^SS.. *"+..+,,- -* --'+, -;.+
Comer Chesat-tal d eop0e rce s + ^.7':;,p
Painting a.d Glazing doh6 Vvith..Wm ." ".
and dispatch, at moderate :Drip *1.. O "" ^'. h ", ". "
NulKTiWE.--tir. ,jMo. j r.A wsof i.. f. ;. i -
ovr authorised.agndn WIN' enc ('a' _W'
the State., ,B1
June.1 ,l.1846. ; ';,.'.'
W A-dministrat" ".;+-e '': '-'.
TFR ANK I.IN'COUTY W T.Rtlp.,0." -,
A L persons.indebted to tAw estate-of qam ....'
Sim psbn .- de'ceaw. lae p'f tiis ..a' .... "
may expect Ilga'steps"lalirtQ-ol-.o ai trpasynaBet""" "'' .;,
And all persons having demands ao"atrAM e e""- r
all debts aid-demands 6f witeier nat.,gh .'
-90d'estote which sliaf-. Iot b ...exI tedq 4. *"
tro years; sallh t fever af.erwaw d.. bam.. ._ -..'+* ^ '.
THOS ARMAN,,Adin' bbq, .:, -
0fhe- et tttof && ue]-eimpso'n e.. i '*
A palachicola, Julv 28, 1846.. '29-2n .: ", .
DR%- FEUCHTWA#eA BI` "1-t,"
SconedtxilcoA"L or PoisbxitefftK
l klll ct9. "' '*' ,*
JUST received per brig Pioneer, whibh.wi7 ".
properly applied, imrmdi, alely'te" -.
Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, Fle,,, MosquieffW.'
&c. Also, Fly Paperfor the destruction oflt i "
for sale by ". J. C. ALLEX.."
June 6 41 .. r .. '*'. f ^

. ile the House wksvotin,;.on amendrmenls
khe new t'r'iff" bill, Mr. SiewaTt moved Io
.: ietd ite title so Rs to nake it read ilts:-
--.A hill to reduce the duties on Ohe ltuxuries
-he m-rich, a.nd i,,crease theni on IhI- neccs-
., .ries of' the poor; to h.,ikr'upi lihe Trea-
Si .,4 44.0,,k -lvwii Ai -'ric'in I'arners. mie-
':hlmicsAn-i t m wor'l+kin l lt-ln, o maMake way fr
"!fe prod i:v. of' fireii :t.rirnillure andt lor-
: I4Sn labor, o, destroy American cmpfetitlioi.
iS,!d tler,,.'., esiablishi a Airehin tionopoh/ in
f i er An- -:in ,n;m rkets; and. by adopiing
e. pri,: -;r-Ie ofn free-tralle." to reduce the
ow "*, .1..erouii labor of" rope; and,
--'4 .. to destroy ihe pro|)erty and inde-
*f -. of these United Siates, and again,
Cit, ... .qeim to thle ronnliion ol' colonies and
'zei anes olf Gredi't Bri i n.
Thlis would have been n most appropri.-
e title, but it was rejected.
At another stage of the proceedings. Mr.
F.IENCK, of Ohio, moved in add to the
iliil the following new section :-
.Anti he it further enad/ld, rTihi in all
'ses ol' qiieaiion or doubt arising al nnv
tifltoin-house or poit of' ewlrV in any cot-
nclon disiriel wiiltin Ihe Stale of Pennsvl-
inia as to fhe Irie inierprelalin or mean-
g of' h tis ac'l, or Off- purpose for which it
ias-'.enacied, if shall be lhe ditv of' ihe
clretairy of lhe rreamurv and all officer.;
3^ inu ev v'uetll l o f lihe i1;,%. to conislrici
".,d apply the sanme acc.,,dini, io the lerims
"A3^1 prov'isions of the fullowing expositio[
its |)rhici|les.
.-Here follows flhe letter of JAMES K. POLK
v..JoHHN K. KA.NE. of Philadelphia, dated
lu,,bia,, Tenn., fline 19, 1844, giving an
;;position of his views on (lie siibjeer of
ftA tariff, which was reai amid shouts of

.. g X.ain, when the 40 per cent schedule
="!g^:i-u'.erconsideranoo. Mr. SCHENK moved
.i., s like o11 "- 40 and ins,-rt 54 40," hill
:..,trmtio] was rejected. This is thought
".!)-. .b',^.the last effort that ever-will be ,nade
." "- 14T.54.40.

F-.--he Newark Daily .44yer.tiser re-
-rks that one of the great ipiactical bene-
W.'o" a protect ive Tariff is-.anow pluinply
4.Wessed by t1e' N. Y. Eveeiing Post. in iis
1-,ultation at tihj passage of M'r. McKAVYs
biJ thirough thV House. The Post and its
.,ie-.trIade allies hawre heretol'ore sieadilv de-
-.*vred that the present Tariff" was a lax tip-
foconsumer.s in hevor ol' inanlnfacturing
.., wnopolies "--thai the hisgIh duties on Co-
"igri goods raised price,,, anti affiled ihe
* 15 ne manufacturers golden chances to ac-
f.ualet princely fortunes by large profits.
T'.'firiends of the protective policy have as
(slanlly ur2ed that its direct effect is to
=-'.yite domesne competition and thus
.-:... i, down prices. This the Post franklv
,z.ccedes, and in offering, consllation to the
1" 6 estic produlcers who have embarked
J#.`usiness under ihe Tariff ot.l14,2, hold-.;
.hat M. Mc'KAV's bill is ihe very thin-
.', Rie them from the ruinous..compefition!
41P a re the vv words .-
,iose who apprehend any essential
..... bief to their occupation from the



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i' wolkin',of the bill il it should become a
'law, wiil. doubtless be agreeably-, mistaken.
One effect 6f it.will be to prevent! the. ex-
cessive and'ioo enterprising. domestic: comi-
pel ition-wrj hi64, if nothing had been-done
with the,._arif" at Ihe present'session, wais
prepafring iNlenter the field against the ex-
isting mannfiiacturing establishments. Many
of these'eslablishments will doubtless -be
I saved from ruit by tha passage of this bi.11)'
In in regard tr Mr. DALLA-S' .vote on
' the Warehouse bill, the, Philadelphia Sen-
tmel (one of the oldest, most uniform and
table supporters of the prty in Pennsylva-
nia) thus speajs:-
> We confess that we are very much dis-
t saisfied witlhl,'ie President DALLAS, who,
a it appears, gave his castingO vote to take up
,.the Warehouse bill in the Senate.
W We Ipblished and circulated in Phila-
delphia. some handbills a few days before
the election of 1844, to show theimporiance
Sof I havin g a Vice President from 'Pennsyl-
r vania. as it virtually gave h*r three Seia-
t lorial voles ; the Vice president always vot-
.ing when his vote would tell.' We little
thonighi then that, one of his votes would he
, to take up a bill which'is only one by.ano-
ilier name to repeal thetariff. Mr. .DALLAS
has by no means met- the public e'xpecta-
tions, nor is thiss iAhe'only subjects upon
which he has given cause of offence.-
A IR. A1cDVFiE.-'The Washington cor-
' respondent of the Boston Atlas writes:-
I "Mr. MeDuFFIE 0old me, with his-own
3 lips, thit it had become tlhe duty of every
conservaiives satesman toiakegrouhnedagainst
the recklessness ol the Administration, and
he meant to do it on the first occasion that
offered." -
The steamer Cambria reached the wharf
at Boston at 7 o'clock yesterday evening,
bringing dales from Liverpool to the4th
inst. inclusive, fifteen days later than ,our
previous advices. Through the Magnetic
Tel-graph w',; are enabled, thus early, to
lay before our readers the following sum-
mary of news ,-
On ihe evening of tihe 254h ofrJune the
House of' Lords pa-sed the Co6rn Bill on its
Ihird reading, without a division' At-2 o'-
clock on ihe morning of the next day the
House of Commo ns left Sir Robert Peel
and( the Government in a minority of 73
votes on the Irish Coercion Bill. ..
On Saturday, 27th June, Sir ROBERoIT
PEEL proceeded to the Isle of Wight for
die purpose ogf tendering his resignation,
with that of his colleagues, to the Queen.
*ind on Monday night, the g29th,' he lade a
lengthy explanation of his motives.for re-
signing in the House of Comrnions.
Marquis of LANDSDOWNE, Privy-Seal.
Earl of MAR, Home Department.
Sir Gko. GRAVKs, Foreign Department.
V,iscount PALMERS'TON, Colonial Sec-
Earl GREt,- Treasurer.
ILord JOHN RuSSl', of the Exchquer.
Mr. CHAs. N. WOOD. Boird of Trade.
Earl o0' C'LAREiDEN, Chief Secretary for
I r e l a n d I I +1 "
Mr. LABOUCHF.iiK, Secretary of War.
Hon. F 0. D. ,MAluLE,,Aitorney General.
Gen. Sir THOMAS WILDE,, Lord Lieu-
lerant of Ireland. .-
The Duke of WELLIN-GlTON, Commander
in Chiel'. ,
The London Times regards- the, new
Ministry favorably. Sir RoBT. PEEL views
it withut jealousy and with a friendly eye.
The general impression is that the new
Premier will ha-tilywind up the business
,if llie session and' dissolve Parliament. in
ilie prnvrse of' lhe autumn.
Tlie news of the amicable settlement of
the nienon Queslion hiad reached England,
and great joy was manifested at lhe result.
Sir ROBERT PE ... in. his speech, when re-
sigzning, as Premier, devoted an hounr to lhe
subject of ihe Oregon and Mexican ques-'
linns. and conaoratulaied the country that
all souircesi of ,lufielhv with that great ha-
ion.. (ilhe United St:,tes) were settled,, so
far as that side of the Atlantic was concern-
edI. All eyes are';now turned to the Ameri-
,can Congresqs on the subject of the tariff.
The C..oltnn M1arket 18 in a healhhy, bui
no! very active state,. Prices have ima-
proved n shade. The .ntleunplated change
in llhe su,'ar duties hais had an injurious
effect. ;
The Grain Market/.remains without
Lordl Francis Egertopihas been raised to
the Peeragp. antd his place in the House of
(.sortos filled by an American merchant,
G. D. Brown, .Esq.,-.'
('ardmnal Perrolle has been elected Pope
of Rome. '
STlhe -ninth foreign delegate did not arrive
in lline l' VOle.
Tremendous riots have occurred in Ire-

The trouble wilh the Caffre tribe cotlin-
ues. Several fights have taken place wilf
(lie colonists.
The Great Western arrived out on the
Q2212 June.
It is ruored ;n En go'ind ltMat the nar'iga-
lion o/l'te (7,,ltnbhii rircr is reserved in per-
)/cliii .1, am/ no/ for the Hullson Bay Coin-
tl't0j'S ,'hurlter. Peel so understands il.-
Two coloinns and a lhilf o1" Peel's speech
are devotedI io Ihe seitlemenl ol'lie Oregon
qieslion, ihe ipLitions of 'Mexico, :Ind his
resignalion. He says: I do rejoice that
before suirrendering power at llie feel of a
ministry oflhis Honse. I had the pnortuni--
iv of giving, them ihe official assurance Ihat
every cause of qiuirrel wilh hliar Great
Country [Anerica] on this side of' lhe At-
,lantic. i S.lerminated. (Lon.d cheers.) Sir.
I fvel hllat I hrive now executed the task
which my public di1y impos-d upon me. I
irust I have said nothing which can by pos-
sibilitv lead to lhe recurrence of those con-
froversies which have been deprecated by
all lovers of peace."
' The elecioin of Pope was made with
greater despalch Ihan was anticipated,
having been got over in 48 holnrs. No,,eof
l lie foreign Cardlinals had time to be preent.
The choice of the conclave fell on [,ardioal
Masmy Ferreti. who was accrdiingly pro-
:laimed successor to St. Peler, under llie
name of Pope Pins IX. His age is fifi'-
eight. As regards years, he is one of th'e
youngest of St. Peter's successors,'and if
all iliat is"^aid of him be correct, be cannot

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