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Commercial advertiser
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Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Place of Publication:
Apalachicola <Fla.>
R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
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July 8, 1848
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.


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Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOLUME o. APALACHICOLA, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1848.: o. _'._ [NU1\IBEIt25.- -


British l'crJoIUcal Literature u rnt. rJ Directors.Win. unil1r rJ ::3vtttotij.( ? UrfjCtllallroit( the earth -- ..
PREMIUMS; TO NE V SUBSCRIBES __---- -. --- -- ---- .- heaving: in all directions, previous I though he could baffle them- -- the
V\LU\BLE through
| -------- ==-::- -=-=-= =-===--= to an earthquake. At length t ihe combustible limber
G. iovtei' A Co. JEREMIAH DAY. ., DAMEI. J. DAV.j. [For the Commeicial, Advertiser. mailer will have yet he must tire at la t-aud
] vent a
Subscribe earli/ while the term are low!! DEALERS itf GOODS AND COMMISSION Day & Co., PROPHECY OF iN'Ai'OLKOX. explosion!. will lake pllce-lhr: ; a: lava tremendous of En- tween every gap them.the distance was shortening be.. _ _

MERCHANTS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, The following wliich I in gland's I pery clear plate gat the
KE-PDBLICA.TION OF found an old bankruptcy will overspread the European ,horsemen the
No. 41 Water street, No. 52 Water street, advantage.: Soon therefore_
TfIF; L'JD)N Q'JR FCIILY REVIEW. Dec: 30 Apalachicola Fa. Dec 2 ApaUchicola, Fa. number of tbe New York Mirror, rnavat world<< overwhelming kings and aristocracies were his useless gun and equipments thrown

EJriiWR1I REVIEV {ftt5:: Agents: for LLOYDS ; aio, Agents f.or \\he this time be interesting to of but cementing the .democratic :aside, and thus lightened he
Tin vwni BRITISH[ REVIEW 1 n. f. Xourse, H B. Stone H. W. Brooks.Notirsc Jtetna Insurance Co.*'the Protection Insurance many your interests: it flows. Trust use Las, Casas. his speed kept on his way,
( unallat.d.Oo'on. .
THE: WESTMINSTER[ REVIEW, !I Stone &: Co., C o." and the "Hartord Insurance Co." Hartford readers. No man ever exisifd who 1 better; t thai; .as from the vines planted in the soil .

TilE AliDBL.CKWOJD'3 COMMISSION MERCHANTS Conn. _ --- understood human nature and the character which encrusts the sides of JEtnn and] Vesuvius they sped pursuers and pursued
No. 46 Water -on, on, for life on 'hand
street one for
J. II. A J. ill. Hull, spoil
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.The [ Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fla. .FLock7irt. & COMMISSION: !MERCHANTS: of events. However preposterous[ his conclusions shall. the most delicious! wine is obtained, .the other-stronger incentives never aroused on.- _
so the
No. 43 Wator street, may have appeared: ni i t lie t lime, to lava of which I speak; prove (toe the energies of man ; efforts were
Periodicals reprinted in Nevv it; Voun ", li the only soil in which he grralrr
ab1ve are !; Dec 12 FA ( tree of liberty never forth
APALACHICOL.A, others brought in
:.flflJUttlY on their arrival by the British COMMISSION: anti FORWARDINGMERCHANTS\ they were undoubtedly the firm convictions :will take firm and permanent root. May it and Simon's i contest. On, on,
Yr '
beiiitiiul den fine whiteer'anj -- ----- = of his wonderful and flourish breath car,hard ; his bosom
steIfl2r.t Irl a : type on judgment fur ages!' You perhaps; consider 'heared and

; are faithful copies of the original No. 53 Water street, __33rofeflsfonat____ _____..Notices._____.__h__ ..__. reaching l 1in(J. :M. t these sentiments strange: and unusual ; they his (forehead pant.c; the set rolled. from
nov2l Fla -- --'--- --'----- hi ".IC in
--- I heads
:MVGAZIVB bein; an exact facE1iirgh Apalachicola heavjr
n ( are mine however. I :
simile..C of tl1e : t. : Ilaiper Holmes; ''V\ I. SYDNEY GREEN M. I D. The subjoined prophesy of N.spoleon: is l.ile., and the opposition was of a republican Europe marie but/ and ,trickle:) :ion I.; his Jills in clamrny
o his
emHruc the! view* of the three great said! to be a suppressed passage from the I ; muscles, exerted for so
Dirrieiii Eilnl-Tory. Whit! and. lUlical.iHick .- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, eer May be found at his residence, corner ol IIIB an Emperor! I am now a spectator) of long to their utmost' tension, became stiffened
also journal| Casas tind
the '
: no one has t future.
Centre and
| \roiJ" and th(>. Lv'J m Qi irterly are .q elltf for the High streets, opposite the Mansion and! pVuifnl ; hid nerves wrre
Whi.* an-l the House. Nov S.W. perused lint: woik will doubt it. -- -- -- -- s'rainfJti
b'jrj'iRJvicCv" ;
t'i'"Eli > they tingled in
T.irv SUN ;MUTUAL [INSURANCE COMPANY: [From the Sr. Loui : f\'pr !I"b. his .
.. \\r4tni-nter! Review" IlvJicil. The North' bft/ie Cil'/ nf .N'elD York, G. M. Davis, J In less I than (fifteen }e.irs from I the pre- TIlE NKGRO'd LEA!;'.Reveille.J] fii fee l.igged; heavily. his brain Pe reeled and

BntiVi; RYlew" is mire of a religious character, No. 51 Water street, st'nt, I lime i ," said I the Emperor i lo ine. ones d.iy" This is agony his I
ori i'11Uy eililisi by Dr.El Chalmers ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I the i title by which a precipice in presst't upon soul-bill, he bad> !.
rivh' h !u co-i.hcted Dec 12 A'lalac )icola, Fa. O frs! his n we stood viewing the "e.i; fro III a rock! the southern' of Illinois\ sworn, I, would die before' lie would
v sive hi4 forth, bein.? by his services to the t public in either of the part is commonly I yield.
.,1-no 1.t"., 0.:. Umi. asosutel: with Sir DjvidBr W. T. WOOD- o' IS. B. BALLOU. above capacities. which overhung: t the road| | whole! European 4 known, from one of those acts of desperation He heard; 'behind i ire imprecations of his.

(' '.v tsr. Its literary chincter is i of the verthiihsrt Wool *V Balloii, He will practice regularly in Franklin, Calhoun < system will be changed. Revolution i I which men will sometimes perform:: when pursuers. not i qn.irier; of : u.i.distant,';

order. C O \\ M iissro: I X )II K 1 ItC 11 A N T S and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upon will succeed revolution, ,until every nation I I their h all is at stak e. I It i is situated in the he could even see idem as they urged slier'

pate-: rot 1-;1"1, (IF SUBSCRIBED FOR F.o-\nLY.;) Jan O 16 I 1'u-e Xo. 42 Water :>treet.-Up stairs. a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court will become acquainted with its, ; county of G.tllatin; on the old! road which jailed steds! foiward ; for; ihry.. too. now
; .
(na the four -views, $) ;per mJlII.: AMl'ichicol| .i, F.i.ALVA ot the Middle or Western Circuit. He willaNo, ri hts. Depend upon it, I the [people' of En.1 was formerly the grand i ihoronghlare. to- the IliI''t'rt'r t; l it tv:.s not. 'fir. to the hill '.

FlJr F.. rn sly; t.v I, d I. .j" W.Y'-IE.: \VM A. MclvE.vziE.;. ar g'ue caWs in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee l- rope will not submit to be governed h by I west t, along the Ohio river before the era of I where i iheir oliject of pursuit couh ronceaj 1

> .1 I 7 "' \Vylic .\; :Hcltciizio, the sessions of which, he will always be bands of petty sovereigns-ihesi- aristocratic steamboat t and their he nf
Fir tlr.e! ) navigation.! I In early I that limsl'l& "lt.uo L. a'Y days. Wlul
COMMISSION: [ :M E IIC H ANT S at, unless accident. cabinets. I I
present by
prevented was in .
'oJ" wrong Onward
F.r ill t"'lr" "t"! the Rvie3. re-ei.tabli'.liing; l portion of Illinois afforded a compararivelvsafe : !trire with J'nc.wlll *i igot[,
N.J.1:2: Water street, Apalachicol.1, September 8, 181JA. ( the order of
nobles in
3 Fiance Simon
rr !.&=i''ltr.t'7. \t", ; but I did it refuge lo those slaves who sprang ; and as hope rc' wirhin

FirBl."I: a-i I :: !{ -in.v: Sapt. 1, 1317. vpalachicola, Fa. G. Scinmes, I to give splendor to the hi one, and lefiii'-i J wended their way north runaway, too often seduced him,,, his oul was inspired to gre.ilr'r r'ffbrjs;' .

!Ultt": v .,,J :.inlt'ie. Rn-ia.v--, 1U,0' S. fe J. Sell iflcr. ATTORNEY AT i. A W. 1 rnent lo the manners filet i hp' people; who from, their happy homes by the wiles of and he had now bnt i short distance lo

\ Pu] 11'.ItI lj be in 11" in iiI! rises i/i alsancc- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER CC5-: OJfict, .N,. 2 Capt. fiiinmon's Building, were fast sinking into barbarism Since I the I t those l lvol deluded advocates of abolitionism COmflpis'IC lIe would be safe.

PREMIUMS: ;::./- Particular o\ltchtiolllHid to putting up family ror. of Centre &. Commerce streets. re< U I jot). The remains of( t the feudal I i those fanatics, who would sacrifice Blt. firm nor AI this moment new recruit -
I \ C'n.H'iu of h t'c'i vol'itrtm: of the fulbw: ;;, sie.unhoit No.: 49 W.1tersrreet.and ship store::!. nov5 Apalachicola, Fla. .' .system' will i vanioh i befoie, ihe sun of knowforeigneis principle and even the interests If: the eveiy flbj"l'I" sprang from a l I'v-road. .ind headeil

V431L! I \virtviz : \iv It \nilichicola, Fla. Notice. le dge. The! people have' only to ki.ow' I that j of i iheir pretended sympathy and assistance him from ;:gaining his. hoprti for refuge-.

8tlv' Mi':1ltiV. ;ill I I emanates from th rr.sehc P, hi order to clu"er :t n cllsf'r sf'rl IIIP .... n"
: by endeavoring to "" .Ii ,
I Copartnership heretofore ; iheir : Ire -
exi-ling be- carry out i .0- I
Tie! \I ;tr,> lit 11 M ijuincla. II. F. bcUV'I1L'U.F. THE assert I her rights to share in heir louder and
:a i i sounded ;
the subscribers, inuU-r the firm flf D. respective nne-iJeaabsracion! ( ( -(he abolition of slave-! stronger; the shouts of
. : .: i inlt\ 'i\' )Iiiin.. \ "' 'in R"r"L, B. WOOD! I giiveriiments. This will I be I the the as .
) & CO., expires this dny. The ail'nrof ; case I pursuers : victory .ippan-nity crownediheir 1
Fli.xid'' Mijitnj.Tu \LERIN[ );Ur-;:?, M3DICINES[ : : PAINTS, ry.A
wit Ii the
even boors of Kn efforts.
the concern will be N. J. Deblois. ;ia. Y-s LasCasas The rlu had
liquidated by If hills se
Id Lriln I t'u fi ti-t'vlr.z11' the.Foreign i OL=5, 1LVS&C.&P.; ; range: runs wrstwaid parallelwith now driven
D. B: WOOD, you may live lo see I ihe lime. but I I tile Ohio .Simon by diagonal line toward the foot; of
ihe i
(Q iirti'r/! \ \ t'li iVj-t'nmrer \'s. :\l ') \ 3'isral i44.ii tment of Statinerv. on ridge of which n the
N. J. DEBLOIS. hall be cold in my rtveIhclI thai; collos- road I have the hill!! \If'rl rod: nded. and
nsc he.
\iv-nj si'nri'jn. ti HU-.viH: or ton 0 ir. of Chestnut and Water street*, mentioned is traced, and twenty lit

e- nf t'i'R'ffi' \v*, 4t 1 ,1-\'?1r, or tll any two ofiii \'inl 11 I Analachicola, Fa. -Apalachicola------,-.t\prilI3- 1S4S- -- sal l but ill-cemented empiie' will he splitinto ears ago; was much tr.itelled, particnlaily took the desperate; r.sulnliCJ. as his onl1

7.;' ; I P-rnh-iN I t '\t :?*>, will raciiva: gratis, o/jc Dr. Woodruff's Dysciitary Cordial as many sovereignties, perhaps republics by those whose business compelle-l them 10 hope, of breaking out nil :the; Ijmber, and

,v;:' viil'in.! ,II t uy o' ln! pMnni; n; n >Vi nmjl l. nC'li'I.'uill Suiter, as tht'rere I tribes which: compose i it." l pass through a which. hIll l iii owing! himself under Ihe protection; 'of
country ai t I lime
or, \ sin-riVr t t') "-1\'lhr-I .! of the Pen idicds I, at COMMISSION: : MERCHANT, After a few more reflections on t the future bore not the any pas.-er-hy, as :a if happily Siine
of Diarrhcea highest character for law runaway
I Dysentary Cholera Mnrbin or-
Water ,
lert S7 i.vr, or f1 tin r-nr 'lvie .vs at $i. will raKJTII 43 street-Upstairs! FOF and $prospects' of Europe, his MiijeMy: thus con- ti er, and safeiy. traveller might him- for he; inew; thai
> ,,' I 1,1317. Apalachicola Fla. ( Infantum summer complaint of /Through.!: all I that section rf'I'Uf
i v iIi r. s t- > v-i ----1
CIV 1L'I i c ; ti iiued the '
' children' for sale by : of country :tn'oritllizt'11 bind of marauders, lawless' crew .irrd! not seize .'him in
u .,''iii>r 11 Blic I v .1",1 i t ires: Ii:viv4,
: : J. C. Allen, rp3'! : J. C. ALLEN.Sarsaparilla. : "Never was a web mono arifully;i woven of (open day hfforttne.'sfc.. iifinVa
at t S J \-v ir, or t'l< tha :I'.rir t\ JI.1'1,1: at 1 irkwul ... every was spread whose wajrrant. -
Wholes-nit' n'l It tail Dealer in over a nation than humble He
ilcbt which!, reached
S8ust- I, at Sl). will: rereive tsee premi-irn: vul3JM. DHUCr \IEIlCNEPAIXTS{ \ OILS agents and spies were to be found in every panting."weary,
: envelopes t the people of England, I ll I has i-I.KS of I '. exhausted: !. and his
% 5olipl '. Did ihhsiy.
: land .
: GLASS, BiJhIES&c.&c. B ULL'S, .Sand's, Hr ": t..l's. and Baik-y's compound : ) a sper.iil.itorcome !; l'rclr'lil' eye
I t :)- PVtf b. pirt'fiJjr in ..dti11' pre- al-rt, fluid extract of Sarsapanlld;just re- been the means of enriching: the :aristociacy from the east. his saddle bags bur- balls IlrcfJ. with lightning i'IiJty. vainly;

'%''cu li>el ill 1 ft' ivir'n i'Jt' .lfur. .1 ""tern/ norfmrnt ofB'YDKS reived ;and; for sale by be> ond all former exam; Ie in any country ; dened, wiilfgprcie, the news of his whereabouts expecting ihe- hoped rlr?Ul'cor. Eastwnrd-,

CL'JJ'JIV-:! TJL \\'KS, .n; VTDXERY, &e &c. l-Vh 17 II F ABF.LL. whilst it has. at i the s.inif i time 1 aroused as and of his prosress! was daily heialded I r.. for a mile i I the :, styirhrd: away, the

Fnr cm; .!s of t 1V - IJ { ichicoh.
\ .11 '>; s! it ti en* .i I Hrj'i* .01 -11\ne'.t <.f tie! -ec- --- ; AntihilliQus Veg "rn uteri I, as there a re indiviIu.ils who receive vi ibly as t the magneiic I telegraph flow con- dusty! its monotony, unbrokru. sive by. the

I f' dlr "IH!ri,it ti n fur u-i'u ; tourth co.iy .15. S. II ', \v'Icy, ctable Life 1'iIIs, I interest for i IIIIIII'-O extiaviicoTintries t 'r.l:>,J I f\\... nrc.l-mI.rrflflifr.\ 'amid'' .. QII'. ..eiirig srla ows. or the of ,a
-ct'"iUo r" fit lne
.. 'ORS.iCfy ; '
1g1 bi .: :riTi;;. FACTOR; AX;) C,) \.MISSION[ :MERCHANT, f i-.uo U '.' ,a"' 1..... ; : ; but' even thil; must have" an end ; rl';lll.\ and on the watch were ihe i HOI ;tJl%/,,'tV-.j. '',...' -nrJ". \.MA-Vrt.
JV"* 0ff.iyrn w'll b; %hJi to\'rc the Ni -2-i Wjtc-r -!Ir'" t, i operators(
) -- ------ --- i in Ie..pair.! he lulttd. and for moiiienl
I.. ,,'I,,' I'hpiirrnil'tt rrnr' will prenn r ..,. 's A'l.1lll"hicllh, Fa Osnaburgs. some accidental\ spaik: vill ignite: the CIII1I. IIf i i t this gang, awaiting* the arrival of i thecnvpied j a .

tilly ". I a-11 I .llr ri- BALES (;erguOtiahurg! .:, on dor.sign- bnslible iiiasann !blow! tl.e whole .s\- ""-m toihp prize as are now time police at the I thought, I lo yieN.1 : but his innate iiidepenilence -

7. 'i.-i! Ilfll)! it :ni( J i'j f-:llJ tie / //-.V/.v, lyilb- AvcryIJlOCERSfe &: JtnC", 10 merit, (for sale by I l devil! I If the 'mighty d c bi weie due to railway: station. Did a slaic! escape from scorned: the thought' and as the Iri-

- ui: tt: "(:i ti a'i (lt it.c.Y CJ xlMtSSlDX\ViteretTcct.D :; MiiRCIIAXTS. : D-c J.. DY & Co. 1 I lie cunning. ; Ulandcis; would\ not t the l south straightway: was the advertise- umphatit shout of hi- pursueis reached his
: C TII: : c J.:1: tlt hif'nh. Fa.llENJAMIN ** Warranted to Ciii' ."- bear the burden fin 1111111' but; would, on ir.ent fnrwanled I describing:: him. so that i iIi. tar tip he lillh'c ;1ill. lo cnnlinne thelioperlesly

id \ I it! lrrl ki Y I H'C, I .vitht'it, JritU'i ;I'lli\ro-4. STER &. CoXE' 1{<,nnine Southern Tonic. some pretext or other, lueak! Their'cre- t' :oIHlllldl'a..o; I that way he might: be picked 1 ;prolonged race-but this lime

n. *< vni\ *I It{I!'ii* sc-ir-s: : t,) 'i< !irlv :T.T.T.'r- \VnI.' \" A WoOD C compounded l from medicines of mir own ditors h and l.iuah At their credulity ; but ml t'. and i concealed-be I i it was with i i feeling of desper-nion. whidl

';I ''!i .I: flit --viri, fri w'jtchv si' ill! I b; .a'l? J5. lullison! A Co., f forests, a pe-fr-rt and! lasting cure for !lever aridasue. they owe the money lo individuals! ;among afier t lie skilfully-eare.h had; somewhat cpa"t rranspnlf1; ,I, to a exhibited its*-If in his renewed efforts at
I '
\ ? '.I' t u fitire 'ri n'r i-i fl! d !hi'i J J" ofj' Tonic in ols t1 ihm. His of
!; a'td lor beilIh; best ca>es t themselves and are then-Coie. hjely: to enjoy different ii' pursuers were :u. him now,
make A"iTJ nr\F.ft. T.; : port n of i the en ni/nit rc from that
h-rii 'i 1'1 t of it !liu i iit
( irj: ITnrfi i-i r j i rewrite ;itorKiuF.s HARDWARE s g.neral dfbihtv weakness no.v known lor silt- the of the i ihey thought. fur ihe\. I..nnl than ilie preV>-
.sid, ; I DRV omn; -. ( : pleasure pacing inteieM fur generations whence lip had escaped, and be sold
{Tor again
1 111.I t'n1 V-n-ncn J I rir.i iN. this an.lvi !
TINV VilE! B''' X l >T I S, IIOE-! .. HATS by [ -\-ril27] IT F ARP'T.T. pice commenced at i ihe lop of I the hill on
ib- lo come. : too, : if in
i or
the nf
I >> 0: I r itn !< "!c'ir! 5 1 I oir < )*."rj'er.! 'M; : SHIP gut already ( custody I ihe le ;iil
ion CA.PS. EIDLITZ: Yeast and Soda Poudeia clI l lucid ebt. Those[ Bourbons I liiiuk 10 maiiit.iiii UIIP side, and even if he could outrun their
i lid nlV" I I ir. :a CM--I"Jon'i 11I. f.-tt: we nny he "C'J\\TDLh'Y' \cc. S n1C'frs. some grave steady respectable
,f"t't' ': -n i 1'\\\\ '1 l. rti' t:t,! ;)ri". .,f tit :'Of. !JZI'Wo Cor. r.ttr and ('li'5tfl9tJc9 q... hest quality, for sale: by t themselves l on my throne by hoi rowinglargely ; t looking' member' of the gang was illtd.palched horses up the ;ascent that his court on (the
'''hirgbIOU r 1r I .\'HI ',."h. F.t Jult 17 'J. C ALLEN. nf lie l fnnl" lear rod be\ onn! wa- but :i short one..
: :1<: vi rest. se: scri.e c.ZrjW'die t.P.'j f t" l.t t present t genrralmn, id i order ro claim; him. and by means of I ,
) 'j 'irf l! ( :1' ,TavII.e for Cotfoti'. ihe-next he knew: this tto. und 0:11.: up his mind
I:1 wal'l :MCCilIIY, ; t t lo lay heavy taxes on I, nid all 1 future t I'orgeil piipM I'< and) falseilnpsse lo bear fut
.rfni Itflttt4 I"-' ;.:,i c1'r'nT.i"lh't'; -hi'itl Io for 3UOU biles in lower Cotton \: ard. lh !lv. Up he lulled-one hundred
\,. GROCER! AND Oo\l 1 MISSION= MERCHANT, ROOM one But I know the French too well I to h him of! publicly) to a southern nnrket. accurtin ,
.Jill | I\'IVI allre-Kel iii< -- iiI! or tri'ikel to the to (urn hundred; lliree: hundridaids.. and ihe,
No. 3') Water street.Nov such lie Ion loler.Hrd.! \
'1116 suppose a system can : ;:: I ; timl. indeed frequently. boldly and '
P 'Jlh m, LS3\\HO: scorr & co., Fob 21. N J DFrH. fS.Vinca. openly
Fa. of wiihin
othiigIMn I 11 Ap-tlachimla, I knnw that they have too much ;irciion( a wholefamilv of t the d-irk-hued tribe would f pack hUI:1 beagles: were rifle .
7; 1 "Pulton Stpw: Y..rk.
,.L .'. shot-bill I, ahhough arniem!. I did
--- .Vis. F. FU'I'i i', for iheir offspring' ; to entail: npirn them a national be cariied tiff without any other authority not

t.II leIS GOD{ f'S UiDV'S BOOK, GENEt VL IIECEIVING. FORWARDING ftCOMMISSION ; A FEW bbls pure Cider. Vinegar! for ale low di-bt like! that of England: howeverartfully han: the law of ihe strong. v-ish lo brin! him down, as they: wful have

d, : MERChANT, by E. McCULLY, incurred. No done a wild 'heisthair a julIe was ._
AX!) F.U1U4YJ.ZfXr: no my subjects are ft was at I his thaI a hugeIVIlow '
No. 50< Water street Nov J 11 50 Water i-t. -pprioc blarJ t assed and "ihey :
hill cxulsin'gly shouted..tu
tie oMest( Mj'iinc in the U.nted: States Fla. t too sharl''i) ItIPcl lo allow the property' accumulated 1 arrived in county I have inen-
:ES. :Nov 11 Aptlachicola, i him ar.d
Razors. i to SlOp they trejil .him
for their children le
rl'I.t11l911'tlhly: smy j)4 !-4 lit re.i ]I'Irutler, in < moitgaged whose appearance, from the
--u; hythp. first writers 1:1: II.e 1"4I"In'r"-1 twelve inMVheXew ClI.VS. P. M'CALl.\. GUSTAVB WADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's; to pay the IussiauslId Engli-h: for e glimpses every obtained of him indicated well !1" fur the precipice was within}, fifty

t thti York < Two ]hiS 'Calla & Koinain Razors for sale by and f for the-ie of hat yards of his right hand and they were as
' In S a mini>tton he was valuable prize, and there was
friend :eel <>a r4Vin ';, COM: M I SSI O N MERChANTS, Feb24 H F ABELL.Cooper's i close in his r"ar. Suddenly. seemingly not
'; a-i unlinuily: : a'it'ie it ic polreJUarches. o __ __._ t the Vielle Con de Imbeciles, who "now insult 10 doubting his condition-hat he was ann.iway '
bt !nil.- r4iH 1\ pilIP.1.1"1: Clrt i>o a'lrf No. 9 Columbus Block their cries, Simon bounded
all ; Isinglass, them They will after a lime, make r was evident. He was lie'edlngly .
'fnw ) Cr irket Work, a-il other' brie Nov. IS Anal.ir1icfliai'ia. InusII'IJlal. I thrnngh t ihe brush time!
e: tmtteis -' -- received: and for sale by comparisons between I them\ .nd me ; I theywill n I, strongly built, directly fo precipice
, t tOy ic. krfrie Lilej".! all illustrate i ail: I well explained: ----- -S.DEALEII :11. NjctCi'Oi!! ; JUST J. C. AJ.LI'.N.May.t. \ recollect that the expenses; nf my government and even intellectual wf'lprpotiolwd. manner l in i spot which could be cleuily seen

later IN: CL'TU (;, BOOTS:: SHOES I from (Ihf! road by his enemies. Hailing;
' 1'1I: fir one ynir, which: hclulei I he HATS: JL'AI'S: vV-c. ----_ --. _ were defrayed by I Iii I"I IS during :ind p'lie'rinc'c ; a.d, although no cine: and i\1 his
Lily's 0 illar Xe.vs I ihe war-that wars co-t Fr.mce; nothing could he obtained the one moment, pursuers lo
)apei, making: three' 0 No. '1 Columbus Ul".rk, Henry's Magnesia my ; as lo section of the

va.h.iees' ;' lI'1'3h:4f10'U, : n Ole t.n nth.. .'... $3 O')). )ee. 23 Apalachic: la, Fa.UUIICI''OOII JUST received and for sale by -that I left her not one trai-lion in dt'fJI- country from whence he had! come t there whom now his inlrnliona evident' liftshoufed

UGE. To CVM.MAiMiont: td01 I) )lt tr _ & ; }, 24 II F ABELL. but that I enriched her teriitory.. Such %>vas at once Sf't o'n font a 'project to kidnnpiin -"Hound- 1<,1 you Shill never

|Five e'\.ll'r., ... .'._. 5 0)I : Cufgli* I "'FAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX- comparisons will not be f.ivoiable I It) (heBourbons. .l! (for he was a rare speculation. His goings h have my sinews to sell. 1 lr gold and w.ith

- ec.ipiH with (nl! t', the ji.-Mn sml- TAILORS MO l The French will I I them and a bound he sprang frur.i the rock into midair -
BITTERS, just received and for sue: by ca; >i i were daily watched! until he himselfgained
l" l1tti'rl' '). .._ . .. . . -
,. 11) OJ1 ) BUILDING,
BALTZELL'S their their shiori Idem
Nov 23 H. F. ABELL, Druggist. I debt from I s, :I iiiiy Arabian an of the fate in store for
;\ tfjie1 ..... . . . .. . ... inJir.lp '
and 1-50)I -" ----
id's Apalachicola Fa. who should dare '* ( God screnmed: nf men'
, "elve would any stranger to h him, if IIP the clutches of the white treni one ihe :
td'! ((lI'IP" ... ... .... .. ;. ;. .jj fj0r 'V nseud'sSa.'saparilla,
e IeteiV* b A ..' ime-i nf either HIf f.t lv's IIJ aC: the {ro- All orders attended to with punctuality UST n-ceivcd and for sale by mount him. Then if my son hc! i in exist- man. He had been safely so far. enjoying while the rest locked HI l each oihrr.jraleand

- : 1 .1!I I) .Ihr >'tJvV""rset; : to' : :despatch.( .Tin. 20 I I] Aprit 27 IL F. HELL erice, he will be seated on the t throne amiiUt. the sweets of )liberty for more i than a year. speechless. Springing from their saddles : !-
I h..i'r'f. any perla( IY _______ : _
st ct.. 'HQutl IO' the re1' &:t. 1*. \ Scott A:: Brother, --IrishPotatocs- ami Onions. I the ;acclamations; (If t the l people ; if I he ftp not, a rid he had sworn that never, living, would! !simultaneously, they rushed tu. the

AHresi fcA GODBY France will go back lo a Republic for no l he be captured ; and from his appearance, brow of lie pieripice, expecting to see his
ipAtIC FINE article tor !alp by
) IN ;
N ., 11:) Chestnut WIIOI.F.SVI.E AND RKTAIb PKALHRS A other hand will dare I lo sei/.e it there crushicul.:mnhiummmied. : ? al its foot. But
..riB.Holl JIU1rv sreetPROSPECTU.S > Phil.sdclphia DRY GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES; Nov 1 11 I E. MrCULLY: Watrr st.Liverpool a sceplie t was no reason to doubt Ins resoluteness corpse
,,. Or h I HATS, &c.:, -i-- Salt cannot wield. The Orleans\ branchhough; I ( of purpose. He was cautions as a a few yards from the base nf I the perpendicular

(J'rrcom- Cor. Water and Centre-strefts sale amiable, are (too weak. have' too much nf mink in his movements, but the spies were rock. he stood with his arms folded*, .
OF ; by
ihlic-' 'THE OLD Dec. 23 Apalachicola FOR* 30 B F.LLIS0cOL! I the other Bourbons, and will share: the. sarn'falp on his track, and traps had been set, t lime u unharmed gazing up in dignified silence at
OWN. .___ -- if hey do not choose t In live as simple and again, to ensnare him. his bifiled; pursuers. I In descent, twenty

.3C'j JWtljpaper- IRTALOR,denned to advocate. the election A. Dodge, SWKDE:$ Blacksmiths Iron, Scotch Bellows do, Weeding, Cotton and and Garden! Wool': citizens, under whatever change may lake At length, one bright, morning in Spring, feet below the lop nf the lock, he had! seized -
of ;:
: Pretdiirv IIf ..,. Lotiisiana. .. to the SHIPPING &. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Cards and Shove-Is, Cauldron and Suyar h place." whilst 1 he vas orit huuhtn he was with ihe grasp of a }i lt, the pliaul yet
-.. -. .It...... 1T".... ;' ..,1.. ",: 'fta. I Spades ; suddenly
.n. ""4&U;" of
Io No. 40 Water Street, Pans Ploughs, &c. &c. for !sale byELLrSON Here the emperor paused: ] for a few moments surprised by the rpic,galloping: horses sturdy lop it hickory sapfin; ..lwhos'

The Unersjp P;;;"s to publish a )oliti. Apalachirola I Fa. B & Co then waving his hand, he exclaimed, I breaking through the undeigrowth of the smugglings for additional light and
i Dec 23-
;;I. paper In the city of TUicahlO, to be iwie.1] Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut ets.!' i in an animated t tone, his dark eyes beamingwith t limber, all he he'iunr aware that the hellhounds f pushed itself thus far tmv.ird hetven, anti

eeidy be d.Jrul'. ; th"awi nit i'reidtnt i Ul l campaign:, WM. W. SiMh. WM. V.CEivElSiinsCIiCeVCr Salad Oil. t lie enthusiasm of inspiration, h were on his track. Fear lent speed shear sixty (Vet father had! he thus swupg

:4Jt ?port t'lllte.t! a. abe- and to be devoted to tti* received per brig Manhattan, a few cases France once more' a republic; other I 10 his limbs, and then commenced a race himself until he l.inded ii.on| m'otlirr canh",

0( .. .11.fllJ IitICandjdate a f M.j. Gen. Z.tch"ry Taylor, as the COMMISSION I MERCHANTS. JUST Oil, that is good. J. C. ALLEN. countries, will follow her example (;er- which was urged to desperation by ihe uninjured from hi.? perilous and .desperaioatlemps. !

; h"rll OLD! ZA.CH"for the preide,\cy. Office No. 36 Water Apalachicola street Fla. May dec23 -
plf) cJl3trtt tooDln:; politic.L will endeavor to prospcute: : Extract of Lemon, Swedes and!) Russians, will all join in the his part and gold on the part of his pursuers. the race accursed', and ziiucbahey '

", ; 1Jt'% %bl, ',).ofte1! threeneJ war*' in Alabama as the Roberts Allen & Co., FOR flivoring Custards, Sauces, JHiic! &c. crusade: ) of liberty They; will aim against Five well mounted men, as itesper- t cnveled the proceeds which. I they had

wA t! it',In Mexico, with to prosecute I the DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND SHIP sales by J. C. ALLEN. their sovereigns-who) will be clad to make ate characters as ever lived, armed lo the expected to realize".from t.heirlfegal\ l traffic,

1'6 s.r14? I a': "with f\crea'l'd vi"'or.v'4t: >r."with" Whenever great the vi.I CHANDLERY, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Mav 4 concession of some of iheir rights in order teeth, were at his back and, like bloodhounds they could not but be struck; with ihe almost .

.. P3wer'derail 'hall be -(>t "P"n by the rrtyrmidnsZA.CH" SPIKES, AND CASTING*, Hops, to, preserve a minor authority over I them ;as they followed him. with savage delerminaiion. .- Providential' escape which he had made
, I" T I.HE OLD will stand up I AndManuflicturcrsof.TinJron!/ and Copper FRESH Fall Crop for sale by subjects. They will ,gram: hem representative Their object! .however, was I from iheir hands.,. Hu was now beyond

: ttllbrt.lII1fe and elJeavor to give in return, "loa Wares. 17 H. ABELL. chambers and style themselves constitutional not to injure him. unless in case of n'ces- iheir reach, for they had nothing to gain by

!o,:....A.;,:"''.;, the rape, Capt. Bragg.: "I' ,. Dec 24 Apalachicola. Fa. Havana-- Scgars.- ---t kings, possessing a Untiled power sity, caused by resistance!' on his part, and\ | murdering him. and what; magnanimity

'rp..ill'. "J COlltest' wiU b9 a **,*e one, the -. Qfl find HAVANA SEGARS contain- Thus; ihe feudal system will receive its then they would he deaf to mercy and sympathy survived iu their bosoms
J t'r'Jo-dtnlertaills Charles Rogers JohnMnnn. Euuene W. RogersClins I
4.44) .1 heJ the Mdoubt. H'HPlitC'tfull.v; I I I tS\J\J\J\J ing!; an assortment of I the Pri(v'' death blow, and like ihe thick mist on theocean On sped the negro, Simon, and his par was aroused in his fmir.. >
.: .: Y\j....i ira IIIttentiol'1 of all 'he Iriemi4 1 of i5n.; ICovrers &: Co., bid.. U Cabana," Minerva," "Britannia" it will dissipate the first canglti between his
thIs adJ'li'li1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, d.s at appearance ( panting respirations, I By G-d Bill lei him go he_ ,des'resto
eic.P ,of Ike "R'ih4ncI Dld' ; Rcl( States eLrlb and"espe- Water street, Partuges..," and other choice brands, now lam 1. of the sun of liberty ; but things will the crash of breaking limbs and branches, hp free : that; said one, and they
: V tft
,4f .a .''!ill' ':uifllu" Ihcell: to this dpc 21 Analsohicola' Fa. inp Men per 16 srhr Ann Marl E McCULLY.from Havana: t' Water for sale not end there ; the wheel nf revolution will ihe. beat of the horses feet ihe oaths and I '! 'turned steps: homeward; Sihoi1 re-

I Mho. IIra'.lle that lIu l"ribf'n should make not stand still! at this point : I the' impetus! yells of the pursuers ,as, they shouted out mainec among the hills, unmolestrrlj-
it ir names and offices N. J. Deblois. will be increased in a ten fold ratio, and the I lo him In and yield,himself and hs. and -
.i. Ie. post as early a:* COMMISSION I AND FORWARDINGMERCHANTS TIJon1S llltn Medicines, stop -- mile several monl every few days. when it ..
.ta1itt 'tfIItOLJ TUST received and for sale by motion will be accelerated in proportion. after mile he labored, whilst his speed rival: was clear and dry, he might be seen onjhe '' .' .

Lhe \.Itthe Z.\Cli" will be publiihediirtii theVJr' No., 41 Wateriltreet.Dpc J Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN. I When the people recover part of Ihdrrights. led that of the e Ik. He knew well his fate lop of this bill!. beneath a giant i !, oak. (( "
I Inoderate l price of ONE DOUAR., will become <,elevated] if taken and) he knew that whence he o.
A in ia7! ad'al\rC For 2; Apalachirola, Fa. Rose Water. as men they unless he. could I could view the ro dTor a fol

*!CcID1et""m be firnishe-J a remittance for or S2J supply'of English and French Ro Sewiih| the victory I they have achieved, and reach. the hills he must be captured, evenhough derable distrnce each way.) inm '(
lba.dri: '' ; $10 fifty co: A. N. McKAV. N C. ROBBINB. CHAS. PRATTA. AFRESH I'
. ; \ itariJ 14 875nc. hundreil<< copies. just received and for sale by having lasted the sweets of freedom, ihey ( he might prolong the chase through : branches he would retire :i the sight of any

.,..13 1tthl ''fen number- will be fs,ued on' 1 tth 1* l1I Kay & Co. IAprj 2 H F ABELL. will become clamorous for a larger portion all ihe day. He knew that fresh horses ) one approaching. Thus he was oil his l look-

1. ,, "hicb. will be extensively distributed. ., COMMISS ON MERCHANTS / V UINILtE, Camphor and Pipeline !ust received : Thus will the states and principalities' nf would be put after him. and th:!, at every, / out one sunny afternoon loxvard the fall of

t !t'*UO M. D. J. SLADE No. \Vater-etreet, \ /.' and for sale bvApril'17 Europe be in a continual stale; of turmoil I cross-toad, runners would start out to intercept .t!! the year, singing to himself a dolefutrdiity

Feb. tf, ISla. DcI5 'Apa1ach t't)1a; Fa.I H- ABELL., nod ferment, perhaps for some years-like him, and his pursuers knew that,_aI.i !.-'tooue of those tunes 50 famiaft to'every

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11f'I"; -4I, when----, fioin--his--1 le.iiy- --Cfl'I.'II.1n- --------\\'hll'h-----.,-Iilln- ---!;--of-f-I those)- who were only waiting- for the GOimiL I ADVERTISER.sit' or 10 be delivered over to any con- gress I-they have swum to die by the !r the Presidency one of their lelo"-eilin

ble, tube. employed in labor not exceeding dison creed the 'I
the desunion wilch Cass men unless knew he
lit hud mounted! % :ii IIi! Miiuid, nl'wheels) termination% of the war to attempt' I _. they was with them OQ 'b,

prIlIinz I'lOiu Ins I (I\'c'll, I h i'i dt! ':;ii it'tl ap- .': II nf the fundamental, laws of the Re- -- ----------- -- ------ ------ ---------- --- hired i i three out fur months the best, by wages such that constable can be to procured be out of rhe Convention, and certainly i i Slavery question Then, again, the De.

i fro the westward 1 ;i travelling i : public. SATURDAY, JULY 8, IStS. odd to travel
tunnelling I 111 A\LCHICOL 1 an company harmoniously boast that
of which will
: the proceeds to applied mocracy they
ihe liii*. I Illi.I Hefore this Capital whither ---- ------- carry Ohio,
; [ to ihe use of the pour of county. gether through Joseph and the friends of Gen.

_ _ I : 1%p. a* if i Ihl' sight UI f il,1'"* tint those: im-asores; whhh: the situation of Agells fur theCoMMKKdAL ADVKirrisr.iaud, wit Made\ adopted and published at Detroit, many-colored; coat is just the thing in fearful of the issue there than in any other

only pleasant.; hut 1.;;tidi! r-and: h, <|uirklytlesofnded : I things permitted I were ;put in requisition to receive and reccii for subscriptions, or advertisements the 2611( day of July, 182S.LEWIS CASS. days, and would now render you i j Slate ; and why is this ? Ohio is usually t

*o ilie mound. and sprang to I tin; stifle the t evolution hi ils bud. However, :- -------- singular among modern politicians Whig\ Stale, and why then this desponden,

loa.Kide) jmt as ihf horses weie Mopped! the defection of a few troops a very insijjtiificant \V'.M.V.. CiiEtivEn. 1si.: Albany, (ia.Maior 05s" The Locofoco presses and orators COG the

opposite (lo Iii iii by the npiis II| (.uC Iiiti.t ii. ;, i part: of I the army, ami the sedition ( HARDMAN Kul.uiln. Ala. continue to the last to shed crocodile tears' I have some curiosity to know what cy: among Whigs and gritllation amooi
The cHlnpillll inside looked\ nut "I gerly lo ''llf lien. Paredes, have delivered the city of JAS. J. OLIVER. T.tllahasee. Fa. the Democrats in view of the contest there
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of the rebels. := = -_- -: .- :- .- over Mr. Clay. I requires some forbear meeting has done with the Delegate
tMiquire into the canst id t lti sinppigo.when i On: : into the hands : -- Assuredly because they believe that

his) ee fell upon :i iiru, wan ,11I,1 t j No pop-liar' authority has acknowledged FOIl PH ti: tENJ'I ilce (says the Alexandra Gazette) to see exactly fulfilled! their instructions. Of cou Taylor's known ;pro-slavery : Gen!

1 _ almost: pallid fiom distress. :'' them no Slate has forgotten: its duties, none ZACHARY I h is with patience. But do they think they unless the meeting has changed ils crate, against him, and in feelings.i; op -I-

: : "Hod; bless Y.CYIt. miss.i, ; -! don't) /* von 'id.* I the parlies who hold as: a p1, iltel pie t the FOIl VICE PH ) ; I ceive any body by their hypocritical pretences entirely within the last sixty days. it o Ca,,. \I
Know ? Take" Simon, home-he'. med; j jof ,nationality of Mexico has embraced: their IH' I is hard to believe that the Democracy e
& me 1 1,.JL A D F f L, i, iii 0 BI i': i > of admiration( fu Mr. Clay ? Why pas9 resolutions approbatory of his of
.q bring .. fet nigger: !" And the astonished j cause.; i All contemplate Wit Ii I the utmost 11___ -I_ __ __ __ :Michigan and Ohio would stultify then,,
lie crime of :a tf w, 'n 'if' he had; been I ihe Whig candidate, there is and if has changed its it ought 5)I)
3nit1t' Cainhiinn. who II.K! been mi a Riiefand indignation; t :'on ifViixtiu; ) : : : i min4 I selves by supporting a man opposed

I trip lo ft't. Louis. rern< iiisi'd his \\\\n\ !-I\ vuItterf : 'and ;a 1 lone: much superior to theirs: is nuwat Gcu. TJI0.1IAS I5ISOWX. not one of I these .sytopal litzers" who was demolish here, t la Ilatfurm I fundamental and vital article of their to the}, bH'

1I.r.Vho had inn nway eighteen; ; this i moment i in pursuit nf I iiefl). not ready to commence the work of abuse erected i little while ago. creed

mmi'tlis' ItiToie. { I U'\'f'.IIIO I ihe nation what has occurred: ] : roil KIH'KESBNTATIVK{ 1: COXUllltfd: : which they havt heajred) upon his head ever Beside this Gen. Cass:was an aroicta fritui

'he precipice i is tint :it piesenl' ;as IIMCctsaible though: penetrated with deep sot row I am lion. E. c. cAEiai,3.: [For the Commercial Adveistr.1 of the Wilmot

_ :III i il was thm. as th! until has; yet without fear or dismay. Ii; i is: certainly since 18J8. 1'ley are now really sorry that : :\ n. EDITOR : months ago. But we

i-s\hed: oiil in man; )' pl-icrs !bi-lwvcn ilieVocks t sad: \ I thai w e cannot enjoy a moment of re- FOR ELEOTOKSi ikey lose lie chance. The nomination of Martin Van nU conversion on this
nd down but that instead of devoting ourselves to General JACKSON MORTON,
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allowing ;i up) 1"
: passage. : raise Of Vet Florida.Col. [For the CommErcial Advertiser] for the Presidency by the abolition When I hear of
misfortunes, we
the bent. \\isted ..ii.I git. tiled liirkmv. "tnV tepair; nilE immense :
;i slum trunk uf ;.1 ne< wtili l ,its licai) towjudthe I ('II I' hands: to iidlict.:( fresh wounds: in the A. .K SEMMIiS, Alternate.' MR.I EDITOR : I notice that; a meeting of affords maier for grave consideration nion, affecting cardinal .

earlli. is ,'ill ihr? ,*. a linn.: \\H.o't !. in Idei-dma' h.isom of our unfortunate country. Colonel SAMUEL SPENCKU, the Democrats of Franklin county was called southern Voters. This is the same I among yonn men-

attest I litt/ virimi), tl t tin- d li s.ri .it C .. Nrilio'-: ; Tinenemies. (Mexico: i will take advantage Of )t1id.ilc Florida. i fu Monday evening last. As the writer Van Buren whose name has been readily credit it ;

- 1,1'lp., 111'Y.'. 'til: tins. lit'shame (scandil: ) to say tha: weal GEORGE W. CALL, Jr Alternate. .
left i Apalachicola before the meeting convened ated so long and so loud by the & ranee of youth, the
Oldr 1'r'tf./-/; /. /7., .1/.M/U1. I .' i im-niiiiiibli i i: .; (I irremediable.) '
I of Mexico Colonel JOHN H. lie cannot be expected lo allude toils parly throughout the Southern States ,' ahead of the judgment
in the
An, arrived city

)>:>f<:iHt Craui .'Icxico.litrnl'iti'i'i II. I the cpiess.lIi:11l of the ICth ult., announcing __ _.__.__ _Of_u Eat_ ::_ Florida. ___= pruceehitigs.Vhen; its doings are published the Northern man with Southern | tpies. ; the rigid muscle
;a I! ,ill II (:ien., Iinon had) retreated on the town MAN I'IOl'LF.-Tii Providence nit
- Pi.ldJII, ; : l.itin/ /111, r- I.'mn. THK OK : : ('
/ s Tit of cotii omemit. I now intend t lo confine hardly had time to die upon, our ears, [ Hon an unaccountable
tn..l1""i//; J'" ...i,1t II; /hat ru-.1" ol. Leon I having 'found himself incapable Journal concludes an able article upon I i
'. /' myself lo some remarks upon the substance wp find this great friend of the South ; seizes me such as
(' irhltiy J"J:'-( 4'1 .1' the relJel I \euld I
/11' 'I'II/. with tin:) ) men, to oppose: troops the Philadelphia/ nominations, thus : I
'I'ir/-( 'ininiti j..Iil.t i"* 4./ \" .\r. .'y.l of i ihe H mdbill I an non ricing. call. The ed in fearful hostility to our lusmitutiuns.Vhiat -" a ship o
iw.lrr! .laiauta and Negrcte, who were at
: "The enthiibiuHii for Taylor is kindlinp
l U L ihe.I arnv.d ln-if > < ..t<.i diy: (savs iheN : meeting is proposed for the purpose of ratifying \ have l\ic\ patent leaders of the When Heaven l:alt
y that he had
ihf; 11I'"llIf 800.() Minon states
; all over country, and it will blaze, My mind at once
; ,'" ()ii.ii-: I Mia .d'ihe t ) '_ I 1)) of tin MvaHidiip of drawin SOOI the proceedings and concurring in the cracy lo reply to this? \Vhere is their '
with the view
;iii>ipied' t ihis I measnic t up as (nightly: as ever did that for Harrison cause-ii must have
Poitl.tnd.I t '.Ipl.l 1'1..IT. JrnmVij.% : ( *rt 7. nominations made by the Baltimore Con for deceiving the Southern people and
_ ,: ,'Ij t the! enemy! until by the reinlorce- in 1840. 'rhe'hi s will supoIi. him with I : convincing reason, and if
tlltt r,111 nil t wc' lt. \i- 1f.i\.1 l leili t r,.. :n.I and I
I lie a junction -
HUMUS was expecting could have been
as ; as
(il'-s iiflhe A-....> I. <... up" 10 lhat: d-4'i'l jitil)InH'MI command he should) great unanimity) of Franklin county were advised of :a I leaders of the Southern Democracy ctl reluctantly r.11
1 lliistamcnte's
I uith brought to bear in favor of motive of
( '. lal any can.IIIIIC. I II Democratic) meeting which held about much 'torei ract-liive much liti expediency.
--uttlt l .1' H'UJil: J"iOij \\l'' I". t. and crush was cause io
hI' .ible I in strike a signal: blow, and he % receive thousands of voles fiom not
the :3Ii.: wi I it lime 10 ratify and confirm the proceed- lale h themselves in view of t the : his flrli'hei us :
ij" I P'\I'ulioll! at once. The companies of who have heretofore voted during this
agtirisl Iransiiinu
men ; ; i us, (
Tb'"ul.t:1''t': Titn ,. ..1 ai4.i I I) ttl 1 I r\u ij ,s had and( the nominations m.lll by ano- evils I that must have befallen us h2.1 l : i
j St. PatiicU (.iir deserters) were hastening and whose | could not have been se- I have done for the benefit
has. .i: iin lot"'u 1.11'1.1 III Ih.l$ "I..lrII'Ie..1C'UIIII" suprHI t iter Democratic Convention. I allude to efforts, aud iuflnence been
li j i.M' -il matches to join :Minon.i They) succf'sfit wlm
> for titan.Ve enieilain men might wish io
%'. c ;. I. I l' i'.I..i. Ji.Aii'i i :: sin ffdi-d I 1 cun'l any its:i the Convention held at Madison CouilHouse. I L t the e'clill of lie lamented Hamsun -
had! I''MMI destined t lo pioleei t the lioveinnifjit doubt of his election." | l principles) I shall be
ill irV.-'tit: ii' ..r{ lit..ii .- Aer elaborate of vented ihe evils then i i
( :%ILL4t;: :.1 t }r"IIIIDII ) programme pending over us. .
the of Ih.tUrr\ iA
otlirer .
: on journev I -- -- -- -- hat amht dextrous
_\ '. )haI..i!," : .... ...... l tin- 'ii\i .d BAn political; ed thai such an from !
I 111% j jill ) > ( U.1111 <>..i'rrtaio the Capital ; but t t lie exjigfiu'v I Tit: nuRNKRS .AM> (h: tR.\L TAT principles was promu by t escape impending cii; n ut" lo catch Soiilhron

iu.IJI< ,III). I IK'1 <.> -. .,,"l.i.-d! li) i'.idi! J 4l : of the ci4e: changed their de.siina- LOR.-The New Yoik (Globe the organ nf Convention, and wc all conceived lhat the should not SOUf be fortot"en. I It .

o id Ia..... rl I the Barnburners before ihe" Book of democratic oracles was closed for us 10 scan the charaters
.Iul l < : II. .IIIT H.i'i.P note \ Ii; uunfmation I, carefully of t li5!
I j.n. Much: i i.i< expected (i\'ni their reputed I!
p'u inl ill ilicr i niJi .tM.*iHtil ilie
on.l" ,\1e'.ic.ti! CI.iuM'j.Jieni: had iVruaitlfd to' I aVe believe, however that if Gen. Taylor erasures from commandment therein contained believe loo much in the of : :r R. EDITOR :-A ) '
J We extract from the Siglo XIX, of the JmJesiOfi I ;
I Ihe seen* of ;iiiiij s s. linn .d 11 ji: > (!i..p.I.j L 1 i 1 lith t.It the following : is nominated) at Philadelphia, he nil I be t and no doctrines to be indulged by dates for the \\ 1t'lIlheir ,. : IIl IU'IIJ lie prnprieiy I

4.irce. unlit- ti nil' !:",IIIIII'1I1.Yth' ,\ I j.'IOn j. I elected President, no matter what be the party inconsistent with t that creed The l tion associations: and affinities are of t our frittufs. 'tb rllil: t
Kni EXPRESS. At o'clock may Illwn
: vnnniNARV : ;
.,,1'1 1 ("'Htar. ( >-i he IMHh ..It..
"pllelll')$ > had l lj'-.-n t iii.'i.' from tlioM- CotTa i livid a despatch fiom Silao which con- As Gen. Taylor now stands before the all made a full confession of Faith according promolive of feehrjgs! or |,rineipl<'s f1 ;Iso In form a Rough I r

rt-rs, 1I.IIIII.tllll. ; '!141 t.:I4. % I 1.14 I S.J .II"I'"M'I! d) t.ined 1 important' intelligence/ viz : Gens. people of both parlies, his election would I t to the .Madison platform and all! the candidates ; I Southern Instit UII'nIS. Ant ii i is disap r Pllllf it. as ahn I

llifir Iniccs!> ,I.. tu r<.:ttp *| l'.r
hattlfvitiLh,! !lie dfliniiivf! in Its i i"SIIt'. ; ..IIIVPII.t'I,1, 10 intercppt 1 ihe rebels and fi>rce would annihilate [Hnnkerism I in m Isis State.; standing' upon lhal:. platform. I will 1 I Party. after the exemplification ; vel a ratificHtinn in the |
'thnii ;Mito otherwise
a fight or lo capitulate.;
J 1 Hut it i i.. i inip
helt'r..;;",,,,,,,,,, i fl4Jh.lI' ..t3 nl tilt JI ex:('>iiiArinv .."lr which was highly; salis H'1nry. H..I j I been hoping for the arrival: of the time when among I he articles of the Madison" Convention t they ought not to place; too much reliance wherecling to him as V. ;

md n., !.t1<' Knou.s \h.\ .i\ "\ iii'ptt< I li\ :.l niioiir>4"ts that in$ conceit wfih, I the above I!| a revolution in parlies place."If creed, was the following i .'hal the t ihe advice of their leaders.. The ,1 i HI- was never a :\ !

C.j'l hCa\'l''U |1'.lfllh'" ill"I I the ifiieiaN -. 1!' ir.i'ii.iioi.ed; ; officers, he was! raising troops.I our object merely\oulclak"to defeat Cass inhabitants of the stave Stales have an equal of their ignorance or faithlessness is Iou l'; and busy Iofilici '
u-I I decided orderat
:t was; on preserving public ( \\\f\
''O'\l' o'S IC \ S h in. The t t';,ll.iuin;: is the I'J.n: I :.!| ti-ks. All the superior officers dis- that i/ is already accomplished the moment right, under the Constitution, to be protected j parent in the recent instance referred to, jut \ p"pleYlulc ;

-standard- """" :,it*"tcMn f ''u* n__t L._ v.... !*.,1 tli.. ":0. ,,, "illh.: .I'.(.plhusial1I.! .._ .. u Taylor is nominated at [Philadelphia. There I j j1 I in tlnir persons ansi) property as have the them to assume again to direct public j I and' \\\\r\ .pU1IJ l'e will see i I IS
.\1 e ic.1t15 i''"e ".iU'imeurfd in iuijnity 1..1"1'4.1. ; 41 : 'Tt.r !I..I inhabitants of the free Slates t upon lands ment in a like cse; with any c..ils old lan, wants no : S

< ind IMM; ""II 1:1: llj:: iia<> just:! i licenHMiisniniiMHd contest is between Taylor and Cass, which acquired oy me unneu oi.nrs ; aim 'O .. .lin .ro.l.... 'Ph. epntillltMliS of ed and icilncssfd to

: ,n'tir ili.' Yal
: : the Supreme' Government IfOarnIlh:11
ha* hetii nM' it. ilir in" nlmj I'm we ---- the Baltimore Convention, for'I
ciieniv.. t ti the, escort of treasure whisk left Qnei.iro. .- MK. CLAY A:>, D (i. .:R.\L T.HLR.-The were instructed now verilied-comitjrgit-d by a st It 111.1 ii" to keep ihe j
; ciMilcnipiili'tr "ntti : !tu- t.J.- .,
,tU'! ill' r-Mt 41! UI'"t i ; :irrivi-d! at San Juan del Rio on lit I.. New York Mirror contains to require the avowal. of this sentiment by bin n Jan/ alld \"COW defy I lie ;pht-r and Knogi; i itory w t!c..p. : !;v Uic unc :N nihAniericaiU'iMrt" i an extract fWI 1t'i4rers .
I IRtii t vi'uhont accident ; it was composed) oflie ; S lie Baltimore CUIYI'llinn. and lo refuse Democracy with dnil ing ; bin i.1 \
.. all their
*:. c- .v- re i :.MM I IK! un.iidsof a brief letter from Henry Clay lo a personal t sophist > Sfiih

the traH'ir {'r-;:... III :,!tu..t..i'j ih<* uio>t I!, companies of St. Patrick commandedi : friend, in which he his cordial; their vote for ,the nomination: of any candidate i- plan iliil! sto deceive the Suulher t Buena Vii.i : he has a
i bv u Liei.t.I ; Col. Don Franl' sro Schinfino gives approval [
:ilniciuii. riiiir! i :;> umxi J in; tv.-j \ e .i IdTh : of nomination iy: fur lie Presidency) who did hot fully wit h him agais:. They will t lions nf t ibe people 1
j I. h'l was; to bring: it on to the Capital. I lie conch ii des I> not attempt
>* pa-i ri !* I. -iiiu I (. .tiuii .J ..11.11.! I-- ant concur in this fnnd. the
tr.I.I..f_ In. innir % I ilnunli j! ( It) tlie 13th a junction: vvas formed at spying playfully, I that "lie is no longer a nmnlalarticle of Florida i. But they will attempt infuisl on yon foolsc.ip; ohli'ilf: :
]11I'1$ ; rl !! : of 400)() men. under Gen. Utistamente 1 I )tHoc'ralir faith.; I All I I this was approved 1 other Northern manilh rians. HIM in flU tase
SDiil '111 : hat till h ui'J le-.lw"rlI"1 rcmilial Clay \Vllit. a Taylor man. At Richmond :I lulllr
|p"rt40ou' '" irJ, c.f! I'c'.I.s : ilicviitt si. user 1111... j 1.1:1 I .I luO: under General i\I\ mon. On the'id. :Mr. : I of Kentucky. most; crrrrfiall'i 'by the Democrats of Franklin ; I [ples* and i ihat I long s-onght i cniiita ices. ilo I see the ;
-! $ fit;!) \Iorl'hlac whi r e- spelml'l"
|I !) Iroops of the line) under GenralI ;
-crt'alll.IIIIIIII rsz.: -. Itinnolit. the .Moci about sixty ago. Tlieir Delegate now exhibited I tical Jiffiiirs, of signing 1 1j
the days to in the
dist ncr you td"
> (
I Y.IlIt' and t 40 of the I Sill Cavalry weteI presents: addicssed t the I peis-on
lulu i;|i.iio.: r\ui>ui i hiii.-i-ii i lo I left Florida, (for the is the ?
" i Baltimore 1 Cass of j' of '
I ti'd COIVl1lion. Now object
ilan. hut cl... ct's.1:) there. Don I[ announi : 1- ratification meetng: : 1idjigall. I would as; l tll Ir1'0
er 1 "II ,
; ; "T. M -tnri in ilie lnurits with
i 4.e> iliat I he has 600 men to in these instructions! in his pocket fully I pnrioiic () ?, thus, in
operate, jnnc1'ion The I
\Vhig to find "John Knox"
and' "1.1. nif-I nl. lh! i V..pil..I j iind in 8131 : expect a in ih! !
( wiih linstamcnte i !' ; liter' are besides ratified and confirmed \ paign, to fetter
his public
hinielf i ill '. sold This tha't abundantly by
keep I''' '' IIM i ronntiy. circumstance, the fact Henry can or Methodist Preacher ( ,
i nriiler
100 I ) .. ushirilini. among
"withuiJi) ihf MII illr,.i ti...U. .idrr. I'avin) :: iiis- j| ( : ISO more of i good Democratic constituency' of Franklin.And ges on the minds' of
; Ii.- ltiii'. The government of ( sianajisal'o Clay was one of his constituents, and the worshipers at lie Templfe, of Jn<: r j I ,
yriifd the n.iH j.ii: "\iniuni-lii-d' Itt-i public i t lie Delegate fail his i.i. !erill I 'lieve in the
io mission sticnuth of
1 1i .
,. and her j'111'1.1 IHMMI transferred to Celaya: and is i there knowledge! I hat :Mr. l1 had stood out I for expect find that desire of : '
th-it in-tii i.i
piiit l. pcisuadi-d idop ,1
>h ; look his seat in t the Convention t show
i for ihe and in the
i ro operating t establishment) of ortie manfuly. -
him i
r. to the last in the | e es" a
.'.intIgc. |>ro1 fi"lin"; stallin whielj -It" I..'" pii'. .
,he (Vet ot"l her 'IIIMII\ was a tiuii} mi ..miludr I iiurrhiifg; against the insurrectionists, under est. Among other things which we have of (he Florida Democratic faith: and rt many curiosities in natuie;al-slil- ; i j I trickt-ry as grithig men

Miid a lltUerin.. ,:: ili.I'.I iinclio.i.I' ; (pii; 'ja-ci.) 1 ( ;.tI.-r-d4| who have all testified their desire not time in notice line, he said t iLiat in 'though the odds Were largely against him- shells have been found( the of obligate themselves not
Is it $po> ihle. .Mcx-.uis! ili.ii ill lhat UpOI lop ;; )()
\t did
you fir t site reestablishment of- order, that itappears not weigh with I him a feather-he !'minds in six months ? i
so late letter him
to Mr. and
tranquilly and un".mjll.IIII"I ty Mi.Vr:} I lii'. Clay )hid slle., thai, Allegheny sn.jw has been '

rdttunl111 you coolly loo. on and. .o1'C' ( ; impossible for Paredes with the though theie had been a great deal of altercation boldly bearded abolitionism and ils Wilmotproviso under belillf ll'a. Still t there rre not j| leaders of ihe Cass '

jour lireihreu' 1.1; (/.ihlornia.. XIMVJrico.. ':! small foice he has: in Guanajuato to con'I'wi between his friends and those. of Gen. satellites, cheered on, no doubt, i in places; we usually go lo loot for them. pie again in a tleI1"; '

and Chihuahua. -old I to ihe I'.n- .' .fllt..-..., ( with the physical force operating Taylor, between themselves existed J; ihe discharge of his dily, by a sure reliance us t then examine t the pretensions of already repudiated one

your brcthiKii. vahanl; ..n.1! Irne.i who !havi; against; : him, and (the moral sense of ihe nation the kindest of lrrt I ,that the hard fisted" democracy of Flori- Michigan General t : ifoetrines-ihie, ,'
I f lil reciprocal good will. see whit claims
feelings ill
da, who placed him i' the hi has.
vvhirh that : within
execrates a project can No deadly sixty i ilered
only he has
the religion; ilic CU..III'II':, and I I tin n.iliuir4hiy ; man was sure, would vole more brflcl to Southern principles. I will :allow! ,

u f .>]f\ioo; / Xo !-nua ihou- succeed by the destruction of the country willingly (for Gen. Taylor than Mr. Clay' would rally to the rescue of the hampion (he start, that (eU. CISS has :s great f : io accommodate

8..nlllilUrtit: YUCATAN.--The Commissioners for' Yu- and Kentucky would! give the old hero more of (heir own avowed faith. But notwithstanding in accomodatiig; himself at once to an of (;en Cisani.i who

I Few in nninlitT x\f I ih-f 'I ho snli<>irilirfhiii : "ratan who are despatched to Mexico to! than she Harrison. the zealous efforts of your Delegate tical that ) i may suffer sundry other 1 t
bo volts gave Mr. was circumstances; :; I ( happen; lo
artdflor nun'tl
; tht-y in ,
peii-h J
; iniifttainin I ,
aid your Democratic ) next fill. The
the creed best
against Indians be was round! i ii
s.lill him
;: soli I I" eciulI' i j.t it'U' K. \Vrluvite Ive niiiihile frequently interrupted by bursts of ap ; no mailer how CItirrjint; f
to from the Government scouted out. of the Convention and GeneralCass i! [edge! only to |
; siippoit
you :o 'lulloiv! our exani'iliand: tak.- procuie the plause. ia be. This I call "a facile :!, i |
) .
lip arms against: ihf I ir.iiiorous ( ;Jnirrnmci, promise of any troops to march lo (he PeniiKiiln. whose friends were the first lo lei I ly" of character.: We have sentiments and "
raisin; the banner tit' its-u nneeiioii.V will ThfYVere informed that no menclultlle (t?" The Courier des Etats Unis, PU b- .Sill the dogs of war" and hunt down your i i illustration of m this in his recent a fj'a; I I Lel\.telltt and! the }

call on Spain and oilje-r naiinns I II) :MJSOIH liblied at New York, remarking Resolutions is : embassv- : the |
spared and the! utmost that couldbe upon Gen. i1.llsol nominated your >he Court of Louis parties; under any
he le.ciiden-| ..- r nl1cxicu.1 :111I1111. willK4si Phillippe. He left l;
"l UII.'e now yivimil; the s-snit.) jiro-' I done for them was an advance of 30,000, Taylpr's nomination for the Presidency, candidate for the Pres tlpncy. Now a meeting : Republican; unostentatious ) ; cracl.i! the General !

the :? () muskets and says-'' It will, in all result in is d to ratify the ; sent.
ff.ine. ()Ih.! \\ IIJ:! aittchJt. -- : ,'I .OOI one munitions. They probability cal nomination of crat. No sooner, does he ;

'1'h.B, 'lyr ,.**!*! (nvornnient- is nnnn-- I ""lcill'.1. the Picsident to beg the U S. giving to the Union a President of raremodesty Lewis Cass, whose latest 1 victory is C riding France and come howtfr.within the J!!! Bui I :chi e the (

eCI aod. &Jjaay'I..C", I t\ir haviii" betrayed t1itdjnfl. I'I (;HfrlmPlt lo despatch 2.000 of the tioopsof and simplicity, singularly correctjudgment rough-shod" alter I ihe fundamental principlesof Royalty than he becomes the influence most l Zach" to keep(.thfrir

Sn (: .1. Butler's army to Yucatan, to pad.I ;. and of tried sincerity. Surely" Florida Democracy. I would like I to quious attendant old) Hero our.l! scorn 1 | ;
2J.orh : > > the
<: ca.nn iiii.-nliv. resum adds the upon Court, and j
'I Courier .the know
I lica'e ihe nation how this second 'Would ; '
|heir 10.:1'1': I, country ; or, in case of refusal, to t ought to be Rali'icatiol meeting transformation!' was so sudden and 1: sugge that his

3d. The nut *!ull i-.itjkiJi on tli,* 1IIl'1I1S; i fry ;ltil prevail with that officer to allow a satisfied ; for WASHINGTON do not spring is to proceed. The other Ratification meeting ough, that personal so brought the poll u i,

or repUriut the 'i-ia.t'e.I l ("' ''C''III"ellc. poiti'in' of his men to volunteer at Vera up every day." is too fresh to be forgotten and its doctrines all he subserviency was gage." Let them I
I yielded, f.tit he com
occupied his
4lh. The Lf'ticiiioiK ,
( .
I t> lla S'illr. ;!J
i Cmon their home. SELLING :antagonistic to the of and
I I return All their en- POOH WHITE FOLKS. objects the (which I independence of
Jc.i::natc iho |ir'''<"i or 11..tiIlU. uho .Iiull we poor Republicans: paid for at ( I
command- f.irn-f. in C! icli.6th. clav"u proved vain. It really seems as if the friends of Gen. present, to be overlooked. How is the Presidential rate of 25,000)) ih writing a book bond slaves of party. i i

Tile Iruiiiu uf i'ltd* blinding army I 'rr';. is some ambiguity in ,the foregoing' Cass were likely to be beset with innumerable ; i candidate lo be eulogised who demolished the exceeding virtues, both private and au honor (to him and a

_ho give in ihnr .. Ilicmon' to liie pre eni j notice? of ,the movements of the companiesfSt. difficulties. In 1840 they opposed Gt In. the 'finest pillar of your platform mestic of Louis

Plan will. cooliirni ,l'y lo usa!!e. ''It t.iidi. r <: Patrick. The Monitor : Harrison, because when Governor of ihe and what is lo be said about (he faithful| relatives. I Phillippe, his family MR. VAN BUREX AND i
the order ..( the says only give this
ol' iho J J.iphfbl. Delegate as an Transmuted
I Thifl conducta (treasure which North Western Territory' he signed who defended its last plank 1 by
) should -
rank. anita. may follow Ihei examl.le. : a bil ion ; but it may be essential in arriving The ,
h have l lft the the are incongruities irreconcileable I rel Brburne
QOlh authorizing
L.:()", June 1. 1643. C. D. ..lAflUT.tCorniiiia4ant on has been delayed, as whipping and selling white mind lo a a proper appreciation of the character sembled. at Utica on ,

; J U.OR.TI Colonel of the companies, of St. Pal rick, who were loLo men for crime and vagrancy. I seems II lat unacquainted with political le erde- Gen. Cass. One Young. President, anti ,
very powerful
Cavalry ; J. M. M. EiiKKT&; :. Coniiiiauilant r have; t'clrl.c it, have been ordered off they will either have to overcome their honest main: I have little doubt, ho\c\'er. but the me for that reason gales in attendance. A !

.( $ a Lieutenant'! three Kn.. Delegate: believing Gen. Cass has I Van Buren '
qnidrosi ; igns Loi. to meet the army under Parcdes.j scruples or repudiate Gen. Cass, for your st'lan'-who' honestly fel Southern 1rtil )
Cavalry anti .i Captain of (Infantry.Imtaediaiely j white in the defence of /eelings or principles is support either Cass
of faith
j VERA CRUZ June 26. 1848. Michigan, he approved I your will be made from the he On the
;alter the new-K of ihe insurrection j j Eds. Delta-The Portland is just' leaving: the following law : ihe victim, and thai Gen. Cass, who spurned lion company keeps His the t. a paper
was urged' nomination: of Mr.
reached the ."I! I have only time to 'forward the creed, .will he most strongly by ihe
QIJt.r larn. most piumpt L j closed files of which you en- .| AN ACT'for the punishment idle and your, the chiefest among len: gan and Ohio delegates. Now. idem on the ground ,
Arco Iris
1 the contain apian o thousand and we
mea ure< were idopted by (jovernment p disordull ,nr.nnt- ---.-' altogether lovely. The only that the broke him down in 1844.
to crttfh it. 'r"Cf'p were forwarded to- on Saturday 1) revolution the ny P"retes.. by the Alabama.I wrote you Section Judges 1.of the I enacted; by the Governorand advice I can give, lo prevent ihe recur..nceof and also Michigan the Michigan Democratic break that down in 184d.Accordingly i
of of
wrJ', (3aau;juato, wheta the rebrU hidthcnuetva. ) Up to Saturday night, there hid been that territory Mkhigin, i like inconsistent and ridiculous I the '
I Justice
I an of the Peace, on conviction position passed, at the same time they nominated Mr. Van Buren fo ih '

<<"abU.bed and (Uerrera pubfiihet sent 37,000yet forward to be 9.98G forwarded.troops, leaving about i may) sentence any vagrant, lewd, idle for the Democracy, is never to alpoLI' s for the Presidency, the Governor Dodge of \ !" '

) the following address to flue nation : I quite onn-half; of the Nearly, i if not or disorderly persons, stubborn servants, a Delegate a South Carolina Democrat. resolutions. Can a strongest of : Pre.sideney.: Mr. Van f 1

Mexican In fakiJiz p
Supremt ('owr,. in ar.corilance with lit,, hive been :forwarclul up '. already gone pilferers or any persons wanton or liccnliou$ : principles in accordance with their believelhat the Michigan Convention, as fairly in the field.: So ,

will o( ihr nation. t'Xf'relllu ed ihrnnch j its, j jUitimate leave in speech indecent behavior common rail- popularity posed of Mr. Cass's neighbors, who L ern man with Southern
rl'hpr. on the Portland -success
: organs I knew that ilm m-andard! the wi(Col. 400 of ers or brawlers, such as neglect 'their calling or lie hope of the spoils, with to know better than our Florida con Jour and Messenger.
Olrl"n't) Regiment. and ihem is ,
of civil war had been di"ph\ed.) and I hits More reedy employment, misspend what they earn no remuneration for a departure what his '
to embark but private
arf no transportation. and do not provide ( from sentiments were on I

public; "crr driiIy aware or the l1Iaclj"J J Yours, io halL Pojry. famihf, to le whipped or themselves not exceeding or their ten .with your principle.candidates But for what Governor is to and be Con-done prominent would and all-absorbing STRAw.--Married A DROWNING MAN at '

very. unanimously }have nominated ult., J. A. Drowning to

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q the Jacksonville News] Democracy of Florida: for the wisdom I j I cracy became alarmelitsi it should be deserted I the (fishes, were created by God for the use | List of Letters music : music : music -

BEN J F. wIrTcL-:1t, CHAIR. prudence and firmness of their instructionsto by the 'left in a minority of the people who work ; that the higher f) EMA1NING in the Post Office at Apalachi-

0 11&Jf THE DEMOCRATIC C1NTItAL1.MfflEE thank my coleagles. the Hon. JohnG. (and that to a politician is ihe -ne plus ultra classes. as they are called have assumed IV cola on the 1st day of July, 1349-
THE :TAT1 OF FLO- McGehec { Branch : of Aborn Jas A Knight, Isaac
) FOR Esq., politicial punishment.) and began lo tremble lo be proprietors of these without any authority -
q'vi fALLAllASSII- Slate fo their active and cordial co-operation in and finally to recede. Of course ibis 1 I from God or man, and have combined Andrews, Thos Kilby, Capt W W J
of the sustaining her position before (lie Convention. interesting change in the i rub the Anderson Robt Leigh, loon
it isfiatf1 quite public sentiment 10 people, and pay foreign
pearSir lheAto"imore' Convention, Allen, Harsts & Potter, Lock & Forbes
ihe com- And while I regret that the Contention of the Democracy was not unnoted robbers to support (hem. Alexatids-r Jot Lowrey Lewis THE subscriber respectfully inform thecM'*

-pr ) fur me; to report die to Delega'f I refused in any manner lo recognise (he I by so keen an observer of The political atmosphere Continue as your husband began, to I Avery Juries, Lon, Mu Alvin B zens of Apalachicola that he intends to ff-ccm-

ptrb Ea ) by right of the Souther Stales to participate \ as Gen. Cass. His own opinicll. dispel this delusion ; be ihe centre of our i' Allen, n C Luce, Capt Henry .' Inence giving Music Lexsoru (for the sumnitf
tTesCcinctly the views .
IPIUte ( 10 will as "co-equals" in the enjoyment of the changed in a corresponding degree. He hopes and the standard of( our patriotism ; ,' HI) th) Wm Leonad, Van 'I months,) commencing on Monday 3d Jot,.I .

""'*P'e ere governed. I pieumestating Territories belonging to them :is common deserted his poor banrlng. and left it unprotected and admiring; world will speedily fly to the 'I Butts Capt A G 2 Moon, John 11I 2 Those desirous of taking hastens oajhe follow-

,hlcb "Ii !by Ibat upon all occn- owners, let me assure my friends that they in the those political mid- rescue of you of Ireland and of Mitchel." I B.tgdc Washington Myers Ceo K itt; instrument Spanish Goitar'! ;..F\Qle.;\ Violj .
ar uniled.fll'OS I 1 ([Tenor or Alto Violin) and t .tta
** rein delegation were have lint lobe firm of purpose .demanding wives. Wilmot Brinkerhoffand Ralhbuu{ : ''Hurge3, Johu Morbe, Thli well Olv.ou J.
;; sll" M" will bear meoJl 2 to apply soon, as they cam hv privi
''\ IIIeotlea ues noiliina but what is right, and submitting He very ingenuously confesses lo ibis interesting OLD ZACII CAN'T BK CpstT.-At a late jrown, Mrs Mansfield. S lege of selecting the hours vfhieb.may suit their
I uf l/.hai did I in an.lI1- 'jjyrne, Christopher l\lcAlIbler Capt
acserlfl we to nothing thatjs wrong," to ensure the change' in his Idler 10 2m1 r. Nicholson. Convention in Maine. a Taylor flag was HJ\\'tr convenience. Music furnished, 1freiredt $2
of lo Capt 11 n 2 McCall, J.muies
joi IIU ,.rve a ditTerence I opinion Itl recognition of their equality as a snverign ." suspended displaying most prominently the Bullock, Afn.-d Mafl4tABruruarm. I per term.extn, for any of the above instruments.
11astanCf. that I
llollhl not but ; I ht'JVUU of State of the Federal Union. Whatever I Mr. Yancey finally concluded his remarks initial! Z to llie gaze of an admiring multi- J H McKinley, G N. B. Punctual attendance is reqnisie[ u no,

i tronci ; \\II' ,?.,??.,but ibe anxiety my course the State may adopt be assured my by declaring of General Cas that tude. A six foot I ihaber ma,li from the interior : faker, Won Markham, C his reduction will he made for non-atJendanctJ: except
1\1 at
I us
?,? roe tO relufn 'IIUI Ii. eparales huinhl? services will be freely actively' and G5s'"He: is all things lo all men. and I i looking up to it. excl illit'tl. There IJlld1, D\'id Mack, AmdrewHisbee through protracted sickness

rl\I t't'en1'a"'| i j.h.iH: therefore I report forfeeIi0 zealously tendered. Yours &c., faithful to none-a \VHc.ill.Uini time-serving I I now that's like old Zack: ,edzactly 2tcan't ChaiV J Meglahani Geo For 5 and sale, extra quality of tipM Flutes and No.
4, Guitar .
> I will sub- String
tint I | ; *
.ij,5iiin'i, f i\SSHt'U: I they U. J. MOSES. pulilican.! unsound upon time abolition question i be upsot. Turn which, way you will, Drya'It, Thus t l\JcLf'an. H 2 TERM'.-$10 for eight weeks of two lesson
: Aware
111)1''eli. ,, .tatements. as for the Stale ;at large. and 'lainl else. Hurrah 3ro\\. DaVId W 2 McC'srmickJohnlJi.ex '
1IJorbe lilY Delegate an enemy t tu time SllIlh. i it's a Z nnriiing each week ; the course lo close2Sth August.Application .
itouaIIy; of ihe DemocratiC I James McNortan, Capt John
the' sentimenl (for old Hough and Ready -Host. Jour. at oEce! in Baltic's
are of FlnflJiI it is unnecessary for me [From the New Orleans National.] ADDRESS Td MtlS. illTCIIEL. Butts .E P I Martin, MrCormiborth my T. C. UNDERWOOD.ntuldinj.

tiC partY' of ;,jjtt refer to the fact that as aiodorwr' THE MKNT SLAVERY OF OUR QEJESTION-IMPUOVE-WESTERN RIVERS The following stirring and impressive address !- I. A few nights since, says a New York paper ; N, Cap J 2 McKeen McCormick, VimCruger WraCobsta&tine Apalachicola, June Ii, IS-IS. 22-tf .

the' Jernocrolcy of Florida sent dele- GEN CASS'S PO'ITION-.tLL DOUBTREMOVED. to Mrs. Milchel, wife of the exiled a policeman: perceived a young gentleman I ; Francisco Nickerzon, Thhi G A large Ir-t of Instruction Bocks for the above
assist in the no- I I in trumcr.t fi.r sale. .
to11inatinn of the whichI !
raM Cotivennon fondly hugging one posts
the Cta\\ ford, Oliver O'Bl'rJIO, PHSe 2 .
Irish l
patriot, was adupled by a large
pies 10 of c3IJ1ltcl..ltS. frfe from any per- ,' When Gen. Cass arrived at Cleveland! I supports ihe wires of the telegraph, and desired ; Cox, Smilh C 3 Orr Capt Isaac C.uacl\altua TrluDlpb"IlU :
that W /s flOe based u WJlievina enthusiastic mass: meeting of lie friends of tutu to desist and Casso Solm'l! O'lhnlin, Felix
go away. TOW SE D.lhe !
(' celebrated lulU.
Ohio the turned out to meet
tonal I. .. 'he lion. L..tiVooel.. democracy Ireland, consisiihg of ihc ladies of Brooklyn "You need not have interrupted' me." Cfllbo, .Manlf J3hiriton H DR.. /f "Towiisend's s..r3Jpafll&'I,"4teas,a'!

p",1C1f[ bl the soundest, Statesman upon| and welcome him and he was addressed. by and many from New Yoik together with an replied time youngster, who evidently bad :. Couper, Edmund Pindergrast P mited! publicly that tin Califi'rnlari. Plant U;

bun to ,,f the I Constitulion. jour Judge* Wood, who made direct reference not spent the evening at a temperance meeting : Cflllanf, Ber.jV Purmam Wen 0 3 FAR BEITER THAN SARSAPARILLA.. immense mass! of the inu.ihitaiits in general, i Michael ? WmI
'him CfI/wly. ermn. and is the "
MtiHlieir duty to support to his position on the question of western I was: only kissing a young I. dy inPhiladelphia. CHAPF.ST AND BEST' MEDICINE iw
jdegAtCS 1 1 IUt a, te| same lime in amounting, it was estimated, to about five I 1 I h i i ." I CImae Capt John Preble, Capt Geo A THE WORLD." Pamphlets containing interesting
II 110011.u1U1. he .1104. improvements the slavery question' and ihe Foit Cooper, Capt J B Parker. ReisportDemuaril information as to remarkable properties in the
lot Imll1 say th.i I I thousand persons, assembled at Ureen, Kissing a lady in Philadelphia ?" asked
of rillidof Wm S Price, P cure of Fever and A-ru. ,
i subgiiiPflCY charges of the whigs against him in refer Pulmonary Complaints;
51\11\ in'
a I for lJlllhern' riI1T.t c'nllre on Tuesday evening lasf. TWO of thc "fair the $policeman."Yes! I Day, CJpt Warren 2 Parker, Czij l' 2 Nervous Afftction and Cutaneous Disorder,frotg

rtr'' to |uny mumph-lhe' total. aim- ence lo thtm. In conclusion, he called him daughters of Columbia" are to be selected ," was t the reply.! "I( was Kissing DvrhaHl, Perry Pickett, II 2Dgett the rnoxt rl'Opt'ct.tbt': source's may be (btaitl .d at

tlllllC ha III usvilal I prUierp t e. I I Id he out in this following direct and pointed appeal I her by teleg'wpli ?" Jr. Sam'l 2 H.1d.lloricK, EizDernrnockJas :! i Ihe agencies or will be forwarded to post paid
oDm ) of 1 1Si*"." manifr.l-.l I I by I the I to proceed t') Dublin to present the address I .1 R.1inerCapt a;applications mail.FREDERICK,.

rqiiIi'Y<1 ,' \I1'tll sour ('sl00 .- : } : lo Mrs. :1lche''. At (be meeting it is staled Wiio WANTS VtnTht're: i is a girl 1),1i i is, Gto S R1ymond. R l'I A. GAY. -
r fr liun.$ ( : Permit this occasion (lo call your in Carroll Md who 431 I DevotuWm C Reed D1i *
00 1'lUl'rlf'IY of I".III: allY rMI iii me on came pouring in so fast t that (be Cnunty. weighs; Proprietor of U Ga) Calif haUznaV
: lolhe and for these I reasons they"i i i attention I to the f.ict I that our political I opponents moo.y 1toii tid.i. A fine arm-full for some'-ody'! i Emmintoits, Morris fl&-gari U F IhI'OT13 i Droadway. NEW YOKK.
1III\I1I11.tliuIIS. declare that nstd In ike Secretaries could! scar.c attend l'o lltcirbusiness. who ? Eaton Bpl'j 2 Richards S June 17. IM-j. -2t
I ;;; (r tIme I.', until ?? .time, yon arc opi> speaks I 2
the voile Evans Lalldo 1utgf'rs. H L -- -- -- --- -- -'-
";: feared r.hal.a improvement r f OUT western rirers and liar- Here is thf addiess : I .
UlI.. "ben they paSMve I A PATENT SHIRT I Foster, las P Rocks-elI J E Notice .
I"I b nil m'T ju U w I tit'hto' Lars andlliat we have always met this decl.itaiinn Peerless %vorianViIe! of John :Mit COLLAK.-A shirt maker -
rt' a 0" Life firm of J.
J II Stevens'm & Co.
mjZliI sc'U I French, L M Robins Judge hiving
P with the that G i in London has invented a shirt! i collar I THE
assurance MI. chel Mother of bis children' .
tIme SMieco.5l.l not ""I'IWII.ilh. Daughterof Frost Th.s Sloan, JuhmiFoter dns'lved bv the deceasa of Joshua
IiP" fplr the luh ;,1111.111.,1, IHI Uh'lI Lt'wi. C.!.., as a western man. was fully I Ireland The free "Plple' i free land I which he" calls the "New Economic Shirt I Wn Small, Capt A L Sfevenvm, all th.; indebted; to the said firm arerequested

flIII'lIhwdalliu' : r-Unm: (( \.lIfillll., II. \\as identified 1 with ( lie I ole reol: of t lie west, waft their blessings, their strongest sympathies ; ColUr. -It has a recess, or a kind of pocketI I Flinmi Win Smith, H KI to make payiriet.t, and those having
I ; and! could' not he opposed! to Hie I improve I the band in which arc platc.tllwn! or I three ; claims to tie
V" 'lM ,1'( S"I'III1I1'. :'I1)nhhIrr I III..I u. t I from full hearts, across t the brl.1 Atlantic I Fosler, Isham Spen'H. Cyru preent "alrc. .
111. hope : s' tltlhl'. Hon Lev, Woodly ment'. so Ilu.1 needed bv ihe ;people of to comfort you m your smrnws, ali! I extra collars! to be lorries! up when required.COMMERCIAL. I floryJohmmi W Sherman E TIle stock! of O.'d4 on.hand are offered for sale

.hlf! the clall" \ :Inllt pressed. ,dJal the west and of the whole country. I to strengthen in hits hour( of your .-- -- ---- Firley\ Archer Stowell E 11 i iG..l'rl at low prices: fur ca-ih! or.Iy. -
hl' IlIl1re rri.ts.
h.f\; 1111111.1 1IIlt'lII'" 111 1:11,1' illIY ihlion .11 i t titi .It t may not be improper for me, sir, I 0allude Among out txicnty millions Ilwl' is not R Sweeney. IU.. AUSTIN.Surviving [ .
; rI'J'lIlIr -I Gray M SmithSarn'lGray partner J. Stevenson & Co.
1I hi one more. topic whirh is, I human i being who would not t to _
;Ihe'st"It'tlillll. tlf ; f'Jtlial- give your --- - -- --- -- Robt Sneed Giles Apad! <*hicola, May 25, 1 N1. ID-tf
tit I'lIn.! ill ih" Convention fur three ly to I"Ii. I immediate, district, a I to- ( I IIe lonely borne; the t tribute of a tear, were it COTTON STATEMENT. L tt GriHi R Strattan, Wm -

Afl..r painfully apparent Ih.11'f'r deepest intret-I refer to the institution! hot hat (heir hot blood rushes i:liptt :no ui 1 lvto I Gdlbrith, Daniel Sehenkberge, B "Yotice. .

dS II:1 ruin' ,t all q.tIf&1 Moned. ws map; of stve1V.! \Ve are /told', sir should I shed itself in .avenging: your 1 Inland's: on h-ind Sejit. 1, 3:5:: : -- Grist, David 3 Spratt, Judge 2 A LL per*>-H having cl urn a:insf t he ... ?.,

'lIudt'fn ili,' sl'illl If pafl' .'. wd 1 IitIir4eilh yon !p C t-I :lu election I lo the I'ri'si'lenry i' \rons. Whilst every pulsation of our united Received p.iAi week. .. .. .(il I Grcer, Capt D, Sar.thall Frank .f-l.: of Daniel W. Faucetf deceased, are required 1 1o
t Iii, Ul.I0. 'veto r..I"fltlt! il ,1'IIIHn.II'. of ibe United: Slates, your administration)" hearts, here upon ibis green field- previously ... .119324 I Gt'tarson, Capt Scarborough, A J present the sirnevithm the time prescribed
1, .Ih. -aJel-llwl powrr ilie uv rshIt'I"in wonhi lend its influence lo the extension made' s.icred to us for ever by the (footstepsof Total. ... .- 119DG3'107019: han Jas Snow, J M bv- lav, or else they will hbirred of recover
11111, ,?? ..ol.- ( nc human Exported past wt'tk..l1G2 Hdl.Thos Smith Mr T. HAils FIN Administrator.Apalaciuci .
of I ,
tilt''I.hl'l1l1 perpetuation) sLivery."Tlie America's immortal I W.i-hmgt.,
; beats
i* t i u- .
of palrllna/ previously.. i .
: intll1t'lH' | hlodc II Small Jas la, May IS, IS i 1' .
i : I'ur..e" Ih.II i rt'iII" ul'r"'nlt'. ..1IIt.11. people here .".t'lrblet will, wiih, warmly: for you and In'lltl. t lie curses of ...- 114429 9G273 I. hardy Capt A Snow,Tho I,

\ 'hl'l.t'cl ..t ullt't' " I Ihe the crealest ;pleasure : to any com our brothers fathers and sons, long:, 'loud! nOIc1t'aredj Henrick- H Smith. H P Notice.N .

: llrriiM(, IIrt\P'of 'I"0 C0lil% rv-it -aps; I the ,..ivliUfl ii)II imioat ion which, sir. it maY; be your plea- ; iid deep ate h.,u nclis-d upon t the despotic On_ _lund_ and on-chipboard.---,- -- - 5.331, 11( ;;J Hanlon, Felix Thomas, CHarley I pursuance of the provisions Jlf t tie Ctmshlu?

I"on, of our in! Ii tIIUJIi.' : dt'.IIO"S I sine,I in .II I It i I. British Government, why have rubbed Ireland - --- --- ---- -- B Tyler, Win J I II tion of he State notice is hereby given Iha t

flf ;ift'r1"1 I r. till' rutIl1' I In this emphatic call I ir ion him for his in robbing you. EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM APALACHICOLA 1 b1t kis, Tho Thoma, Mr I certain perns, citizens of Florida traIt rid apply

lilt, olll' .ourct'. I I'{: flf t lla.' Cott!liIU'( I these and I interesting 1 .Y t'sVire! of glorious John Miichell Commencing; lat Septemher, 1317-and same I Hill II K fj Thompson. A J I II ing to the next Gem-Mi. Assembly of the State' ,
.hl' lIar.t on great questions ;
51:111'" opinions for act them
an thtTir associates
ttPe ill HI i. Hand Mis Thomas' incorporating -
Yours shall ; Mary Thrima ,
t'lillIs! be It is decreed!
of A onrhI' yet triumph. I
Flip 'i\''r" Gen. made the follow- Cities cf Florida; vtho be united
Cass promptly ---- -- --- nay aume
Hi' Chas E"lIealJ. Wm
II'Ih. E.t: -t :""i \\\-I. iinrli.cL.uiirnir.iHe.l. Ih.1 you shall, have \nur 1 husband joyfullyrestored I .1 I Past IPreti-l. ,1 I Last I ,
with them the
tor the
|, |lI.tt4| I I Holden Job purpose, by an \ tylj
and Will rllER EXPORTED. | I Wm !
f,1| ;11I'\\ \lisuillt'11 1.4 nat itisti: inu cxpliHl salisflcror) rejily : ) lo you to his, children: anti id !InI -- .week.ouy! | rorALspason.ivrriK.oi | Hartson, Wm Warner. Capt 2 of the Rdnk .F Corrtme c "-said incl po: ;ln

...J\''.,IINIU! unlu.l j',urp( -e. and I heIil'e .Sir thf. ti'iisc and confusion 1.lrl pert I IHul-ptrhapC. as the future Pr'ireblu(1 11.\. ...... .. .l!!..'I.3aS75..3. ..I.! .>..7.27796. ...>92 lenderson, Fred Watts, E P to po<5.ebanking powers ansi pii1egeanJ, ; its
,.( re.i.n \ltlt'I'\1'11 raided in chick Usr.i' / s this (l$3CIflhlwill prtrtnt UIMQ, I Irish Republl' Hope I Oi! ii r love :11117..1.; i. . .\ Harrison. Allen Williams, Cha3 capital stock to consist of not wore than $-2isuiOs).

| fE"I'r\' puiv every'exm lirard on lite ;important to/les I( wli'uh ijnu your hope, and people's longing-, for liberty Trieste.. .. .. ... !. ;,. .C7JO .373O .1364 Jordan Wm ''"ilian.Ir May its-tI-,: ''Nuitli; I.f( Mason J and! hare called my attention. nniM, I iherrfore, !hal I not be disappointed.I Time sl.11 not (;eIIoa ., '! ..1..9S[ Johnson, LondonValpt'cton, Lucindi

Dtx-.r/s. iil.p. jM"1'f s-pint.; a rid' iti\. .e'lf with i imo,\in! \11 for t lie "lite another dark spot 11\1 1 history Oilier ports ... .. i:.-,, .-.3 .t-t'. |' .3JJ-Jj.? ... Johnson J W-.trs; Robert G 2 I AMENDMENT TO TilE

: .ltt"'Ii.u I! 1144' I.U'Iillll Iwtdill!I "epeinus reception which I I. I lie; tmworiliyrepncnialive or a wrinkle upon \our brow before Total I to For Ports.i I j. .- .. ..16.>')_) .., ri,11r15 11 .
ihf-UaUiteiif pU\\'f'f in r.cM.Jeniial! elecl'i of ill*" cream democratic parly In'lane hal; I stand iii.',nil iy. a nation a ito tmg Vdrk ;: .. ;.-. .-. : .i 5'o-. .- ;'.1<7T7Boston Johnson Wm Whitman, P M *"*
f .... ... .. .I. .1L62199m3.2loi.5.l.935l'rnvmderiee : Irv lg',Frankiil1 Wilkins E S
ill- Iiave received at and freeman .
nf nations
'IIf1U". \ ;>II -f 10 ..uJmii: \ ih..i t inert.ue i country, youriMI.ds. your patriot hu-/lnc.1 . .. Ingraham John
i .. ..I. .6.J18: .6.516 .6976 ; Williams John E Proposed and agreed to the third GieZil
Insnaiivf by
i ',n.n\' 1't'1.t.lh h. t\i.% FrFt' ?i I't'% who sin w I independent among; republicans, upon I'iiitdI'hlhIid .. ..:. ... '. .9JJ! ..H9.667ntll ; Kilby, B West, Robt 2
.Isstmbty: to Me action the mil
f'i; 11..f' 'I:> ".;!IJi..i, nf..1.1'1in //Jf/ Slales: \\ e sive it I up. lIthe people of the south ) soil. tin-lit*. :,.,. .11 IU(> .11 I Isu I" .2Ui'( ; Kilby, H General subject of
1 t li.jt. I .l I m/l/ 1 ilj-t,; .' -. iiZf'I 4' jwInicMn of eiili/r .Dtar; beloved! Jin-1 adopted daughter -"w Ort'dn5.. .. .. .'. .. .1)9! .199 ..1556IOtImrr3rt 05- Persons calling for any of the abo\'e letters .2s&triby.AN
and west, cal be !o far led aMr.iy II lie ) I .... . .. ,. .. .I. ...--.', .-.-II..JOI I
lh ) of Ireland Were U not ; it : )) : will advertised. V
110 il.! in
| TI' sr'V t-ii! I fit') f-niInJ; % ent. ," 111 1- --- -I -- please bay they are ACT amend the J2th Clause the ilh
-pirit of fIC'IUI and p.niy bi oliy as to be insult lo the hearts of Tol-s1 Coa.-.twi3e..i.162; JOS. S. MAY P. M
: t. 2 nmati,p jrionnd a2 "in"i ihc ex- : \/II.I an generous .66715.6777i.G3561TTAL..nAr.s.1T Article ot'lhe Constitution of this State, so that
,]; i',uMiin
i I C"ittraiH I ,'''ir'.e1 il '>\i r.:* IP ;'dvnr.i.l v ill be in reference lo ihe>
*'>\ bolt. p.lllir-t: :V-4 ;a.liniurd I Iah lh in ihiloom.inous exposition of 'bi< views we a temporary home II t t soc ril'a'!.|uot'l l Capital : { DR- received, and fur sale: by during gt od behavior. .
t 'InI'IP ool tIn- arril1lplisJtd-iit.1 '/'!f'rinilif !, at \Va. III"lnn. illl. side of the wife Per steamer Quincy-Col! S S i'olpy, Cd 1 Joel July 8 11 F ABELL. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
despair Iiis ability 14)1: I.tV ibem lm.fppc Pf rt. r J harunRECEIPTS House vf Reprtsentatices ef the State pro
Up- of
I tix to ihr "-' -til1 one. ,party siriK-! .hal o ol the Chief M.igisii.i'e' i CIr
4II.!h..III%. I hit 1lt'r .il"IIIh'! I awJ in.dilll.I"lIr : FROM THE INTEUIOH. UST received Fresh and ibr sale Clause ut the ;5th Ariicleof (he Const '') Ito W I.11111 ;illls lIuilil i jsinti1. al locofocos were so noisy.UKN. 1II'ri h and! love uia. as he i-xiled. ;pnnioiic J by this *
: \ ot State be
Per blediner Q'lincy' -Gl bales cothn.L'XPOKTtf. [ .I'iyS. H F ABELL. so amended as to read follows. .
!; it i i i. :i f-ilal drh] >iiiii I lo believe that ('fiiigliter of an oppressed; Ilople. :111 viz: That at tl.e expiration if the present terra
hn'llri"lII111 JSt !;4t m-ltsl. The verytitt CAD Till WILMOT PROVISO tin fond; wile of Ii'-Lm-iS Illt, and -- -- Pain Killer. of olH e ot the Judges the Circuit Courts, with

.If'11' u,,111 ti, ihe aliMitun of !>$lavcty Iii TIl last Telegraph rails: upon I Ill\ ; bold (.lliutii ,IUiJ. I But t you have i home ineveiy i >ERRY DA VIS'S Pain Killer for sae by the exception herem.tlr mentioned. Justices cf

\\hl' 51,1.01. and wli riperm inrfre (1$ rte" )ltmlets! II piove (Jen. C-is ever voted American; heart, and your o\\ n heart IJO TON-Per tdrk Sarah Sheaf 1162 bales-! P July S H F ABELL. the Supreme Court, and lheJtid-rt> ot the Circuit

"rornt'r I is ma If lit* prire (![ad'lf.him by Curisress in favor of ihe Wilmol Proviso. shall not long: be desolate. The hir of co rnll. Court, shall be elected for a t rjri oTei.. ht years,

! 1keal '
!|( 3sMir'J they Miil liOitber lie rchukt-d or as 'v'- 1IIW. except by the Jtcrrce. thai t IrulenJour firmest friends-have sworn .1'LiniNg!! :1 F !? Ix'rEIJIilfiBNJB.'1 ( THE sooner Constitution removed h.r under the removal the provi4tss of Judges made by address in this

tnrtipj .,ihfii iiength ( C.i shad voted for the Thai upon the altar of hbeiiy tliit t let worst
J a"I y. SilenMv ig ei. > Ica-ur, cOle _. _._ or impeachment and for :
---- ---- ------ --- --- --- JARRIEDVOIAN'S ; vvillul neglect i..r| duty;
-- --------- -------
ill far list he I in of lie I that ma) t the' pike must be I the pen. and
: the
merlinnr.. not ml was f.ivor proviso
; day i- wil'f/ POUT: OF: ) : P.-\L.ClJICOI.Jllly 8. cr nlher reaso-ub'.e cau"e, whiih sHulI not be
I'ltn' iiiev will -Ii

i ami! ;with ilie prtVCf to dUpene lh* he regretted he did not have an oppuluniiyto I of I Independence, and that John \1 it cud AII\'ED. BY DR. A. St. MAL'RICEAf, shall remove any of them on the it&iirB of two

*pti14. atn.iiitiiui ill fitter III $]j0.-() vole fur it, we presume lie 'l\lc graph shall return in triumph to witness (lie signing July ."5-cr Mystic, Crane fm N>w Orleans PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. thirds df the General Assembly ; pincia'edhffwecer -
tO.OnO.)!) llity will ,thffi 7//r tIle nkitit'f IS v/il! not pretend to deny. I Mini! sealing; of Ireland's 1 tI na C hart a. :5ll'ilOl''r Quincy, Allen fm Chattaliuochee.CLEAIUD. Sixth Edition ISrr.o PT- 250. Price 1. That the ca'), or causes :haIl be stafeij"at *

tl'rlf1fIIw're! / ihf trill 10 uiifnil lit, 1/'II\I'r There can be no doubl! upon this lirmint.It .\Ve irplure you. devoted lady, lo be for TWENTY-FIVe THOUSAND COPIES SOLD I length in such address and entered m the Jour-
bf "b.allon! upon diP i-mparts of i iliv Con- CI: be established by i the most unquestionable us, :nil our oppressed r.ce., the unbending IX THREE MONTHS That naN of the.each. Hm.eJnd fioci'drd filrl4t,
cause l'r causes shall be notified the
I4ltaT4)tI. III tins it lIIaI I,. a.k491. The following is an cxt executrix of John M llcht'I''I rnciIes.- Years of [ of and mental : to
t n is ,pMMifs. July 3-I llark Sarah iiiieaf; Sand, for [Boston, suffering, physical an- Judge so intended to be removed and he hall
here shall) we turn fur saftty 1 I tay !ctbs t ii.ict ho iii .i speech of Mr.] Ilalhbiin of New \Ve adjure you lo suffer$ no compromise to by J Day A; Co.LIST gui'h to many an affectionate ,vii ,and pecuniary be admitted to a hearing in his own defence,.before -
jollier ekperiencp I'eUlt KH* York in the published proceed- be effected between the tyrants and the people. --- vote for such shall
; from COIIlhe. difficulties to the hubancl. might have been any removal pass ; and iiv
lifHni' hUif'elvrs.I dlld rez-ird; tli' motto ol in-s of the Utica Couvciition. Mr. Hath- They have plundered us-they have OF VESSELS IX PORT. such cases the vole shall Le taken! by yea and
SHIPS.I spared by a timely possession of this work.
ur.Si i.tmp, rpoicmJier! ll.:t In (;'id is our bun aid : scattered us into exile allnio..r the eailh- Wad" 56< for nays and entered on the Journals uf each House
llob't tons Liverpool.
liuw iij; ;J no lunger di-.tdett! their Si rPnI ih views and feelings of I hat Senator (Gen. sisters and frit'llds.1'1 \ warn IA.P.q 1:1S.. 0 th,4e contemplating marriage as it discloses im- SEC. 2. tie further enacted, That ihe Judges"

1 lito be toi''rted as uitne pwiem than ..diulilionJMii. C.iss) in the month of August, ]e.( you against lie "boons" of Britain which: Harris, 321 ton; for New York, loading phHarit secrets! which should: b'e known to them first appointed under this amended Coo-titution.
Master.Masddlla be divided lot into four cUs.-es.
ilieie can te tio iloubt tlut On lie day that Congress :adjourned, and at have always covered concealed poison. BeIiiI inrticularlj. The
a ;>ar- Dodge, 29S ton, for Boston. lortding first class shall hoLd his or their office or offices"
tYli't the \lItlh Inn* to IllCUlIIl'llIlIli..s I rlj time i that Senator U.s vi. of Mass.1 yourself deluded! nor under others lobe Ma-ter. Truly, knowledge i is power. It is health for the term of two years, the second flr.the term

il l the Constitution will t take giound withspirit spoke, up i lo i the adjournment of i tie Seiwle. deluded by t the presence of EIIJaneS'sQuet'li Z 11 ing-, Livermore, 323 tons, for Xew York, load- happiness affluence. of four years the third! for the term of six yeais
la-l l 1' J met t Senator in Ireland, or Tier courtly promises ingM.tter.Robert the "
ru\'i.u. Ely fourth
of nl'iliriunhm iciti he rcssF/ (HI the Wilmol The revelations contained irt Its have for the terra of eight } J 491 torts for
Wall. Jolins-nn Liverpool, pages
ty ( in Washiidmi. and or proceedings. She comes but lo delude. [Passed the Senate the
IprIi.i". df/UlJl"ds. 'lId 11,1'$ If''I'uil.Clf 1 the r-iilway depot II.ding-\I.btt' by Constitutional rr.a-
lIur Union JlIII'cll.e! l \ind, I hp po
oflancer.. Let ilu.South bo firm-lei IITparly between that place: and IJ.iltimote.i call together a meeting; of the landlords of( LIdredgel, 201( tons, fm New York, wait- letters received by the author will attest. Representatives by the Constitutional majority,

$Q114'sfjihipr make a common sacri- The Senator appeared somewhat excited I Ireland in Dublin and designate I lhal asseni ins-Mazier. Here,also, every female-the wife the mother, January 6, 1S4S.] v
lice deal! of H parliament' it would be but I in either into womanhood the All !Florid papers will i>ti"jUri'provided? not
't the altar ol J.4t i'I4il.I1.! and! we may I spoke freely and with a. good energy bly appease the one budding or more than J--20 is ch"J".J.
once: more repose ill safely. Southern on t thesubjecl of$the. Proviso." He M'itedlo the clamor of t lie Unwary-lo deceive Chamber of Commerce( e of Aia- one in the decline of years in whom nature contemplates April 27, IS-IS, 15-Cin.

\\\liis urticuUr'y owe il lo themselves me. that etery Northern Ihinocralic Sen- and divide I the determined! Friends of national lacliicoln.CHARLES an important change-can discover the

and i o the South to their Democratic had to vote for it. ami' but (for I independence 1 irito fri ttietito, marked; for UO EUS. President.A. .
meet ator agreed X McKAY, Vire IVMdent.CHARLES caue ,symptoms,and Ibe mof efficient remedies, Notice. '
Inerifli' ujOIJ) gonK common roulld. Question \ D. vis speech. Would have voted (for il.Hes..i.l future t conquest by gold ami by ;patronage.No t PlATT, Sec and Treas. and most certain mode of cure, in com 'srx months after d-tte, I will apply to the
of hal "he regretted most ioj ii red lady Hold I last, we he- every .
policy should' give way to Ihi:. repeatedly. I very Cmnmittee on. Appeals: II Jud.e ist Pti.bites for Franklin"County,
which i11 f otet involves our very existence.1referring .- much hat he could not hare rcof"tllis role .seech you by the imimunortal truths of your HKNJ. SALTER \V i. A. KAI.N plaint to which her sex is subject.On for a final discharge from the administration af

'n to ihe Whigs I do so witb no for it before the adjournment" Thissir. pure minded husband. Teach i these lo the J. DAY. D. G. RA.NET. the receipt of One Dollar, the Ii Marrieu the estate ot Henry Heal. Iar- of said Coanfy, de.

'riril (
10 ',}, that if they had united with the DcmUnijc : wav' lo Michigan; as I uncersI"ue'" go ori prosecuting. I these principles I_ L: whatever t Committee on Arbitration sent (mailedfrce) to any part of the United .ApiI13, ISIS. 13-6m

party of ihe South and) rVfused Mr. Ralhbun then went oo to relateanother garo Ihcy "-')' appear -WII lntr tin- 15. J. D'AT.WM SAML.-CASSIN States. All letters must be addresed, r--st-raiJ. Weir at Lavr W nted. .

i1IhitjeaI' aSsoCiation or fellowship with the interview between Gen. Cass, Mr. nominated the voice of I lie 'felon: the 'ex G. PORTER I H. (J. (IUVON, to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1221, New York IF any le-jnl descendants 4it person named:

Whiz ,,f the North the Northern Demo- Brink erhmoli. of Ohio and himself at lie ile,' or the "artyr.Ve will I continue m topurchase. \v. W. SIMS, I. ;WRIGHT, I City. Publishing Office, 120 Liberty-street,New CLEMENT WOOD son of Carey and Macaret -:

**& v uld hate been faithful allies now. next session of Congress in which after Mr. : tnd lo read, whatever newpaperyon T. L. MITCHKL.RENEZET : York. : Wood and who leon Er.gJand for Florida in"the
aO'i hi hour of danger II. had urjied reason for pressing the Pro- publish and to cheer on our brothers. ------- --- May, 16If.The year 17&5. and of whom nothing has been

Dot n been upon us. t"lllit'uIJolld' vi.o lo a vote in both branches ol Congress, out husbands. and our friends in iheir efforts Q. i id my authorized Agent during Protection Insurance Co. of heard by hill friends in England since the end of
in .Oh./ if it comes to the In uphold the principles of your husband .. my absence from the State- the year I7S&, will communicate with Messrs.
ocriify |
sIo)s passed. stood manfully lythey (leu. Cass : .tfunsshouIJ JOHN 1'ARTUDGE.ApalachicoLi New Jersey. Walter & Peraberton, Solicitors, No.4
"$- have had much In (rrtnlend with. tote lam with you. you kuuw. Ohcourse even ihoiigli' these bring July S, ISIS. THE subscriber being appointed by the above Chancery Lane, London or Mr.Symend'sInn Edward

aDd but 'h-4t their effuris.have not been sns- you-are." was the reply ; and thus we separ ihem lo a premature grave. their agent for this city, is now Sheardown Solicitor Doncasler, Yorkshire in

taiDed l by the \\VhiK* thf South they ated. This conversation was some three \\r e hesitate not, on-ic.count ofonrsex.especially W. CULLEN is my authorized Agent d-i- prepared to take Firo and Marine Risks Ensland, they may hear of something to. their

-ouilH have been o(firm and) faithful week previous to the vote taken oo the at Ithis moment to express w hat P S ring my absence from the State.M. May 11, 1S4S. THOS. L. MITCHEL. advantage. Every information; must be gina as

rri when they see our Repie"taii Proviso.i we feel and know to bis truth, because we I P* ELLIS. Tax Collector's Notice. to descent, &.c.,by the applicant. '

& ,es in Cmigres a man; Those extracts are copied from Mr. \ anrey's never can forge, that (he mightiest revolutions Apalachicola June 10,1849.SREN'EZET are hereby notified that all taxes July I, 18..8

lbePSII, j jn Iivor Of ,&uPlltrint'Vimol proviso late letter to the Editors of the Char- of na'ions have been effected by patriotic authorized TAX payers the city mint be paid by the time prescribed -
I is duly Agent Boot sfnct
my Shoe
they iliiiik opinions were women. Spain was redeemed from making.
MercurlTime same
that they have old 10 leston from the State. by the ordinance passed by the City
,,elt'f that je integrity of the Constitu-rUUI openly aliribnted lo Gen. Cass on the floor seven centuries of bondage to' I hp Moors, nce n. C. KERR. Council, if not the law will be strictly enforced. THE subscribers in the above have entered into partner-
"vq and he did not pretend to deny the wisdom anti firmness of the Christian JAS. F.: FARRIOR, bu/mess and respectfully
not at tin- South a paramount princi'P of the Senate by June 12, 1848. 2 2-3t Hcit a' share of- public patronage. All work
Isabella. FnnceVa redeemer City Tax Collector.Mr. .
I do no: mean 10 lo our Re- ihe altearion. Princess \ done by them will be neat and durable and their
Pr*$enuiie, any iIIUI. for I be. Mr. Yancey in his celebrated speech alluding from British dominion by the heroism of Notice. EDWARD MrCULLY is my authorized charges in conformity with the-tihln, *. of the .

hitie' that at heart he, in conjunction with to the foregoing views of Gen. Cuss Joan of Arc ; and Ireland was saved from CAPT. BENJ. HOWARD is my authorized agent for the collection of Taxes during absence time A. KLAIRMAN
the State. J. F.
"I WhiK friends ai the South hold theoaraatees I has ihe following scathing commentary upon an inglorious submission lo Williim the during my JOHN absence W.from BAUCOCK.Ai the State.. May 19, 1949'. Jl!'y' 1 3t p. C. KELLY.

< of the Constitution as too what he terms ihe interesting chang Third. hy Ihe heroic women of Limerick. .

ftcied to be yielded .under any poliiical of the present Democratic nominee. Ho Many incidents are recorded on ihe page of >alachicota, June I, IS4S._ Wood Ware, Sc.j3ARREL '. iJes., _

beceuiiy whatever." But while I give says : sacred and profane history. NotiecC .- Covers Painted Pails Tub?, Flour DlTCHF.TTScdcr.rafea. Spanish Snec'fK fM i

*own credit for the honesty, of their motives "This \vas. of course, before the South ." Go on. then with fortitude, exalted lady OL. WM. H. HUGHES i is my Agent duringmy Measures, Trays, Axht h'e.. Buckets, ] 11 F' 4ECL

1 IUI b. allowed to dissent from the policy had been aroused to action ; but continued Teach the people. H* John Miiche' I absence Irom the State.HENRY. Brooms, & &c. for sale by I 1 OP-FAT'S: LIFEBITTF.RS PiLLS.ANO" PHtENIX

of their coarse.c Mr. Y., oo sooner had we spoken in firm taught them, thr.t.ihe land and the, water. G. GUVON..paehieoo B. ELLISON & Co. just..received and for sale by .

ctDclu5ioD. allow EC to congratulate jnd united rOD C than the Northern Demo dod the air and tbe aqitnaU, the birds and .\ { iy 25:. I8i. Dec 9.. Cor. Water and Chestnut sis.[ Nov 21 :"-- ', ...J.-C."ALLEN.Toq ..",

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I II Ht whether the result cf fhrert cause ('r I 1 HE WHIG BUGLE." 1 LcjJnl 'Notfcr rpHE subscribers Dry offer Goods.for sale a large and seas Drugs, Ulcdicines, Paints OF
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I rank's by regularity illness cr accident. t JL sonable stock of Goods consisting in Dye-Stuffs Perfume
its rOI! THE
be th.f Franklin Circuit Court. e.
I Nothing can more tuIJIllg part THE undersigned retnnVhS
OF 1843.
: invigi rating illcct: on the human, Pel- II John W. Rinaldi, Cotnpl't, S ofNegro Kerseys and Linsejs to his friends and the public!
I all weakrcs3 .ld latitude, Horn taking it, I! I White and Red Flannels if liberal __ I
'li : under i Oufy FIFTY CEJ\rTS for the Campaign. Smith8nd In Chancery. patronage, and to
I at onl't become ri.burt and foil of energy t I Daniel Lucy Ann f Bangups and Tweeds, that he is now receiving anal ;

its i. uencc. It immediately( Cllltr''li the i I The tlodr..igned proposes to commence t the publication his wile ne p'ts j Super plain black and fancy Casameres, supply which added to & iI
II nervekssnef.s of the'mtte liaine, which i is the reading the foregoing affidavit it ia or *
of a paper to be called THE WHIG UPON Super English and French Cloths, I stock renders his, assortment
Ulal c.iucrt Barrem.rss. It will ntt be expected BUGLI:," at HarrNburg, Pa., on the 1st of April that service of the foregoing bill he Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs and complete. English, nntl8tJa1l7, Gem1,

I nt t \', in cases cl so dclicati! a nuture, to next, t to bo continued weekly until after the Presidential perfected on the defendants in said bill mentioned Dullil Blankets, 9 and lOqrs. American Drugs ; Cosmetics ; Perfom,! -

exhibit reitificates rf cbics I jeifivrnrd t' b'U. we Election, at the I low price of FIFTYCEA'Tfifor by publication in the Commercial Advertiser, Marseilles Quilts, U, 10, 1 11 and 12 qrs, and Druggists Glass ware, &.C., &c '''

can asnt the alHtcttd (that hundreds! cl cases I the Campaign. or some other newspaper published in the Western Denims, Kremlins and Cot tonades, to Physicians, Country Merchar.ts! .art jRi'

I h.ivo, boon ifp-Tted to t.. 'I u-ands,: feastsv.iure i I 'l'heVnio BUGLE will be similar in appear- District, for the space of four months, requiring Brown Shirting and! Sheeting, the most liberal terms-all cf which he( |.fII** --
f.itnins ) \ without I childi-nalt I ( r said defendants to and answer said ***?
I I be't'l (> anco ai.d ; .irit to "The Clay Bugle, publishedI appear Cotton naburgs, pure and unadulterated. >
u"ii.g: a lr\v bottles ol,I this iiivaluuble! l.eillll the U1 undersigned the campaign of IS 11 I I, and, bill, otherwise that the saute be taken pro con. Cotton DrillingVid Ticking A H. F. ABPfT
1w I }'avtf"btoti Hissed with fine: Jualthy: ofl-piing. I fesso. GEORGE S. HAWKINS Judge, &.c.
devoted and
ti j as I its! name indicntes, will be especially Linen and Cotton Checks, Retail Drnjjjj
tit I 'A".) i niothers and Marrirtl Ladies. I to the dissemination of Whig Principles. It will April tilth, 1313. Irish L'nen, Shining and Sheeting, 45 Vaterm,,*
t Dr. Tou'siseiid's Sarsapurilla.Wotider I .This Extinct: : clf S.iM.ipnnlla has been expresslypieped '!'advocate I the nomination i of I the gallant I : General I A true copy. WM. VALI.EMT, Clk. Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting Apalachicola Nov. 21, 1546.etl t

f--- a-id itt! :#iig: ot t the Ago. 1 : : ;1 relerence to female complaints., No i. \C1IAKY '( TAYLOR for the Presidendy, but I _Mav .1 __ Hi- 'Im English French and American Prints \
.: The most extramrdinaiy! Medicine in the World) I t nle who has u-asou t o sup pose she isapproaching i will kid a hearty support to the nominees of At Chambers, Extra juper: plain and twilled Ginghams_ Drugs and l"edic

f This Extract is put ui; mQuait I Bottles : it i is six- I that critic.period! The, IUI1 ff Hfr" t the appropriate; Whig Conventio-9 lor President, APALACIIICOLA, DEC. 29, 1847. I Siper, Cashmere d'Ecosse, THE subscriber has and V'T
times cheeper plcasanter and warratiiid !t1ptriro I should! neg'nct! to Jake it. as it H : ceitain prevehtativc I Yice President and Canal Commissioner. Extra sapor Muslin de Lame constantly have.onhar.d', tr\fl

$ any sol.!. It cures withe. ;t for :any cf f the numerous and horrible I Tli.- Whig: candidate for (Ihe Presidency in John M. Carnochan, Plaintiff, English, Scotch and American do. 11 assortment of DRUGS aid )Iri"

vomiting,purging i sirkeningcrdebilitating di
;P th.-? Polt- iC'ut. I d t )i LC. 1 his prrifd i i mat/ be dilayulJarstitraly { cf the LTii..n! -and ZACHARY TAYLOR is i the George K. Walker and Maryhis Black Silk Cravats and f-ncv Hkfs and of the best qualily. C 1:1"
I The great beauty ar.d sypenmityf UIH Snsaparilla I L.wi'g choice of a very large majority of the I Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs, will is
: over all other rup liciies! i it, that while it liable! tle! who ate ap"adlut'manhcfd,1; j people. This preference for the Old Hero i is Florida, James E. Bettnrr Bill for English and American Cotton I Hkfs, to their advantage to call, examine and tr,, ,1 .

'eradicates the disease i it invigorates the! b..!iy. It 30 it is calculated! to assist nature, by quickening ; both inlniai[ and right ; for it is founded a and Ann his wife, ol the r and partition. Madras and Verona head Hkfs, Goods before purchasing elsewhere. *J T.B

ij i$ one of the vorv b >.*t !' I t.t! > blood and invigorating! I the ;y sIt in. IIICld'l grateful of long and distinguished servicesler.derid State of New York and I Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose, N. B. Physician's prescription L

SPRING AND srMMCK 1 t MEDICINES tliis t! i nlJ."ill! is l invaluable: ft.r all the I .!lo on the field of battle vvhera he has displayed Jane McMa-tcrs, of the Super Satin l Marseilles & Worsted Vestings, 'care and accuracy at any hour of thedavorJUi !

'Ever known ; it not onh jmntUs the' wh ile 'Y dii 3ses: to "hkhon.t'r are >;i! jccf.It courage, humanity, and judgment of the State of South Carolina, I Ii Cotton and Flax Thread, I JC' ALtE5 ftli DY

'tem and strenglhen-s ti) 1 personb'lt it c''cals'ntft' I t braces I the vvhsesyj! tcm,>rei'owspprmanfttifh : : I highest t < rder. i Defendants. J Plain and fi'd Swiss and checked Muslins, March i 21 Cor. Centre and Commtrce itUndciivood
pure anti rich lloo.l: a pn\\( |p..ssi'.s.ed by I the nattir.: l energies, by rcusoxiriK the impuriI Old I UPON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
Tie (fame and services of t the galind Rough Jaconet and Cambric Muslins, .
no other m'diC'innd in I thi* lis the! gland I lus i d the l.oly, nr.t so far stnnnl.iting t us |In have, found Defendants mentioned! in said Bill do & CaigbRFJJPECTFLLLYo ,
arid Ready are fresh and National, and Needles, Pins Tape &c. .C "
w."d..rnl < It has perfni med I I is i the IIC'\\ not reside i within this Circuit, but within the \
secret of its ; micce s dure n-Uxatif-n, which en; ll
I !sub.srtjUfiit .' in all hearts. He has already i Which have been selected with care in
a dorp j I' :ponse great
fi\v rnor- >ht'i l within th I hit V-MIS iDcdi'-ines t.iken t fir
? C'i; dsoa*I,1 I l-.',t J :,:'''.) r.n-.i of this medicine, I heon !1I\I.dly!: |[ nominated by the Legislatures and institution t of (this suit, and the filing ot the New York and Bostonfrom Importersand Agents I heir RIl
few t In tiles I ,
cure: ot severe By u.-'ing a Siate Co'iventions of number of State?, and) the lowest market and vices lit
Manufacturers at rates to the
a citizen
considered itir-ir I'll--' I It"i!i --a' ..11 I Use:: iiv< ..xuil: 'j :amended Bill, he given in some newspaper published 01 Apalarhi. IlP'
a.d '
were n..I'I : :1.riCal may by tens (,f f I thousands of his countrymen in I their of four are now ottered at wholesale or etail on favorable cola, and the or
M.Ltwo in the Circuit for the county "
flu.iJ': >JJ clrHrcr.: during space 'nnk
of bt :
more i i revcnicd. assemblies. His nomination by the WM. G. PORTER & Co. in 1
1 riinary terms by the lIne .
months and if due of the generally of tf'hir
111':191'11". I tSoftsii r to Colliers: and ; upon prool appearanceof
G. ac National Convention is regarded Water t
aspretty 41 street.
Whig now Dec. 30, 1817.
: fe'l"li'h.
CtS1 uf (L'Ut. ] n( .)i1i)' said notice in some newspaper so published .. Having: tM'MMy 14l
10,000 ,
q bBdi'CI his election is --- --
ceitain I and in t that event .
i : ; do ntlnrratwh..wllh the
the mentioned the said defendants
for time prina
anti \vasit ofnTcrvoiis Kue-rffj- ,I Ii i-- t lii!% s-sfrst and iiio:t t fT< rnedirii.c f,'r MII by an overwhelming majority. lie has A CARD. l'tlrthtrn cities
to said bill the next rule daywhich .lhey will
Dr. T'I'ls'n.rI.r shall after Irom expirationof TilE patrons
whole system ,'flr.a'wlrTo: th-is, '' !it' havolost :; ::t.!?tdi.t) ";)' if child-bulb I evr ills-covered.!i J 1 I I honors of I he Republic? and a grateful people como twenty days I the citizens of Apalachicola and its vicinity timeowith the NEWEST ati
it is further
said of four months, ordered -
h. I iho! e'.l--: : <>|r rr I\- period .. UD4
their mwscul; >r!: i tl.e mother und -hid! that have hand neat
;! sir.-MuMspns: b.l 1 : < prevents will mci 1 withhold them. they now on a very V T.ST! PLATES
be taken confessed ,
icine or i-r.mtie.l in yo'I: I!h, II'i IiI! ,- !P:.ii ;ii'l; .:: I ihcroases ;:111111.1 ;dll'! I the food, Gen. ZACHRY TAYLOR i is our first choice that the same as and well\selected Stock GOODS, which will be tJ Tllfmthl.l/, sllOtcing"at a vittf the nott F. .

rxceftjive indulgenre ot thf |M ,i i"n'. .u.d, br.night: ill.ot! I who havo u-i-d it think it i iI is indis-neiisable. for) I till* Presidency: but we pledge our zealous again.t them.GEO.. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c. sold low consisting in part as follows: able Style of Dress, which WIll be a j"I IIp

on a general physical! pI :"-t Iratbn of th r.t:1 nmi j I It i is !highly!; useful both! Ldt'Il' Mid after cgifiruas "-ispp' Ies, advantage to a fashionable crmmuiuty..

,y lem'h.ittU,1111 < I ambitioi;, fainting t
premature d.-cay and d-H-hnr, hastening ulclJrlhn: : Costiveuej's'PiltsCroiTi.3Swcll-; conce'itration of effort as essential to success. Cornpl'ls Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured, fling Wrappers made to order; Cloak nf ; f
towards that fatal d-t :ts.\ C"n"ump.j"II. can hp ,' I inc of t the Feel.I De'spoudfiicy, I loam I lmrn, Vomitii'g And should! TAYLOR, CLAY, SCOTT, CLAYTON Dec Copy. Clerk. Silks, fwd Rvne, d-!erition; made in the usual (..rms oltht eft day'' f
3' 0-lm
cntiii'ly restored by t'is pU''.t; r&m. y. This Pain in the Back and L" iI", FuUe Pains, or any other i..linguishedVhi Statesman do. Montellado. I 'alkiJand Riding Gait.-rs mad. in a sup.- t'l

SamparilU is far superi. r to at.yIiii'isoraliiij 1 IsMii.vrhago, iitd! I in n-gulalir.g tIme sem-tions amide he elected by I that body,'lie will receive our cordial -PI'a.nJdi. Circuit Court. Satin Striped manner; Tunic Dresses :and Boj. tIlllles I lf'

CorditfJ, 1 ,1..1izi uig the circulation} it 1 his no equal I The I aid] enthusiastic support. Tinunion of The President and Directors of Fancy Cashmere Robesdo. every description made in a neat and ("I ior f'r

AS it renews! and I'ni i "I.IIttbE. sv> cuts j pvit beauty ',\" this medicine is i it is nivvavs safe, till U A/gs for the sake of t/.% Union. ," will be the Bank Pensacob, I In chancery. ;\Il'rino do. --.t.Me.1 All garmenrs made at I t.i" (st..bllt.mrl f'f f'I

to the I limbs u ar.J, >tr*>ngth t.i tlse aJ I liio most delicate HSO it most S\lC'l',''-tully, (.ulm motto-our candidate- the nominee of the vs. j d.). Delaine do. warranttit to Jit.CC .

.1 svstem. i in a most rvtramdinarx: d zi IC'C. I in iv fdca"rs require :ai>y other me-dicino, in Whig National: Convention. Hirim Manlev, and others. J Minims India Book ?- Shop Second Story Baltzell's Buildiri

CoiiMiuiptiosi Cnrcri.'Clfiasp I a little CJ>KT Oil, or M igne>i.i, i. useful.F.verciso Each number of THE WHIG BUGLE: will con- At Chambers, 2 llh March, IS.(13. do.Swi.3, Luce and Colored; Entrance on Che.-tnut street. '

( and St renZt h4n. l1:1'llnl"lna' cm; becured. : : in th open air, :!t1d ligl 1 t lo<,d with I this a tar!,- :undol POLITICAL and GENER UPON reading the Bill and Exhibits, filed in Edgings", Lisle, Cap and Thread October II, IS-17C3 3.6m

BronclutH. Con
Colds CMarrh, CougLs! A-.lhua.Spil-( finement.: I through its columns that life and 1pirit-fllll and bill be perfected on Hiram Manley one of the (Ii). Marino, j

Mingpf Blood, S Tr-ncss in I IK! Ciiet. llorlic: Noiice *o the Ladies. 'j lo8l1pJ-wit and wisdom, that will i I I be calculated defendants who appears from the affidavit) filed do. Plaid Wool] I -

Flush, Night Sweat*, DiTi.-uU( .'r Prw!\ I Kvpectoration : TI.O-:( t itjiitate Dr. TOWI1"I'III 'S rup:1rma: to stamp it as a spicy and interesting sheet. herein, t.) be a recidr nt of the Middle District of Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves J. SIJESCEVA .

Pain in the Side, &.c., I.aIt: I Iivs' inv.iriablv called: tll'rIl1t1': a s;fat Rnlllq We are determined to make the BCGL.K the most Florid i, by publication in the newspaper published Tuskan Gipsoy Bonnets, latest fashion} TCII AND CLOCK MAKER

and can be cured. i.far Fttaalis, &c. &c and haw copied o-ir,, bills i' livi'iv, spirited and efficient Whig paper at the( in the city of Apalachicola, for( Ihe spaceof Ribbons in all varieties Second '

Spitting Blood.N.W i .rd: \ circulars! vvl.ich relates to the compliii.ts! .,l II' Capital 1.1' (the Slate two months, requiring said Manley to be and Brown Shirting, 7-8, .1. and 3-1 K 4JP' Story, Balfzell's( Buildii ,,-
York, |"l'iI2', 1 I' 17. !I w.rot'n..rl fcr' word-other' nien who put up We colt upon the Whigq of Pennsylvania, and appear before (the Court on the first Monday in Ble iCled! d'l. 7-5,5-1,4-1,10-4 and 11-4 ;-%;, ( en Chf' rnl1r.'t)

Dr. Town l"nl-t verily believe that \o'ir Sirsaparnia I, m<'dicino, have: since the ?itat ucceof Dr. I of (the! Uiiiuii, to give their aid to (this enterpriso.Let June next, and answer said bill, otherwise the Blankots, Gland 8-1 APALACHICOLAFI.

ha l-pen'thc ir.eatK.throtjg t !h Providence, T wu-8eiid"sSari pai51Ia i in c,.nqhil.I], :i .. incident to I I t Ihe blasts ol TInTHIG cm.E be heard in same will IIP taken pro as tit him. Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting lH Watches, Clocks and Jewelry cartfei:1'

nf 8uiJ\g my ii' ?. I have for sovenl veirs iiad: I ti'tnd':, recommended I ihoirs, although I t jirevioiisJytlcv every part e'f the country, rousing the gallant GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Jude, &c. Carpel Bags 'repaired- -October- I. 1S47 !

bad cou.h. It b.>cun"J"* I raised large quantities of blood had t night j Pills &<" are injurious (to 1 feinah-s, a- 11ev agm. ; fir-t number of TilE WHIG BUGLE will \Vn.r.I UI VALLEAU, Clerk. Boots and Shoes

:; ;a-t;::and, was gr.-atlv: debilitated; ar.d reduced, 1{ v.k! disease: and underiiiincllit1 I constitution.Scrofulu I be issutd in the fir.t week in April and weekly March 30, 1"1 13. ll-2m Clothing fit' all kinds. Bowling 'Saloon and Billliar4

and die! not expect to 11I 1 h.ivv rnly used \'ota. ( i I thereafter! until after the Presidential election. -- ----- AUr, a ne-U assortment of JEWELRY, arcmaiv ISooiit.fpJIE .

Sarsaparilla a short time and t there I.a a u<>:- I This ceililicale corclusively prows that this I I lor the small sum of FIFTY CENTS fur the cam Calhoun County Tax Sale. other articles too numerous to mention. "

derful\ change beennnjzhtinni3.. I ar.i '11'\\\i Sars-ipinlla; has pel feel C'-ntn-J over the most oh- paign. BY viitue of the power vested III me by law, Call and examine for vourtelves.M. J. Saloon",jfroprietor has used of the Ather.anm, Eowli
I Jiloud\ !, I will for ."e. before the Court-house N. SCOTT & BROTHER every end. aver to nil;
able\ to walk all over the citv. ti end cough his left me. Y.>'i can well imagine II cur.d i i.1 one h' u-e is nni-rer. c'rII.d. INDUCEMENTS' FOR CLUBBING I door, in the county of Calhou on the first Monday Dec -23 Cor. Water and Cor.trests.B. lha-ikfal an agreeable place i.f rand !
JI iha't
TUFHIG: BUGLE will be furnished to CLUBS : an ever discriminating l
that I am.thal1kf',! for tlx-se result Three Cliiidren.Dr. of August, 1313, the f.llowi-ig - -- 1,1Ib-
oiedieit! .3n.t'jl t, j at the following low rates : Six copies for $:. or g.) much thereof as will pay the Ellison & Co., Cor. Water aChestnut lie prove by liberal patronage their aj>{Teciaiio.S
Your Tovvnetsd! Dear : I f hss'desire .
\VM. RU ELL, fii Catharine st. j i iItheulnalisln. that threp oj rliildren, Twt lye ro.ies; for "5. Sixteen copies; for $7.'I'vent.the State! and County lax due thereon for the year sts.SHIP to ;ptea- lie will alwaj, kl'tpl
tcform t I
to vou my havrjboon I choice .sorrment ot
: copies for Sil). And for any laigirrnumbers I Ibl7, to-wit : CHANDLEltY.MANILLA Licnors{ and.rdr",1ar
curid"of tl.e Scrofula! 1)Ihe \\'c iif our excelht.t '
This is only one of r.10r'th I" f'ur thousand medicine. Tlwycrt atllictcd\l spvpivly -- i in I the sime prllprl ion. All I orders The S W J of Section r, Township I Range 9. ar Hemp Cordage of all sizes, beverage, of a sort to tickle the fable* nt OBaccIiu' .
ry irni-l be accompanied: with the CASH. (CCJ" Any l'V, joining the land of Stenheii Richards, innTs: f-tt'fions! l1.rlol ; an d Oqr,
cases of Rheumatism that Dr. TowiHpnd's .tr1- with bad St-res : have taken\ n dy tour hottf j i np, Wormlim, Marline I pllll-
cool arid !ir'jllc
parilla has cured TI.e most severe and chronic it t-k tbpir. avvav. for v\Licit: I K-el imMlf. I; T pi-is'>n s.-M.ding a Club of Subscribers will he entitled [purporting to belong to JV.. Williamson.Also \'arn.lklln1.< ) p"rll1 Oil b, Pall do. Wh.ilf rio, Olive ( fromlheirnaru bail,
weekly\ eradicated\ its extraordinary ; to t a copy of the I paper. Remittances may IIH'| N W \ of Section 3, T-wnship I ;do, Lifted do, |Hw; d., Coiled dl'. Saints Tur- For a pleasant conimiirjrtnijj i.f: exrrci. ;ir|
cases are. i I und.r great obiigaiionYours j! bfl Iae, by rinil i I with entire i 'afelv.I Range '.I, N & W, and the W | of the S W J of inrniine, P.tints, Window ( ;Its. Plllly'Jute ariiusejnenf-tilile cvm ifu/ct-'iltre i:* lolhl

virtue one (If t the a !i.tai ls I I I siictfullv, !I hnj.e; 1 the inspiring: blasts of TUB WHIG "sVtion 3, Township 1 Ringe 9, N & W. purporting Lead i':.'l do, Y,-lo\v! CMire, Chrome t;r"'n. within the! circle clf gvmnastirs" ro cotriv% ":
Cumming-, ESI : ; .
James I ISvAC \V C11AIN I: ]\ .,
I Kni'Taid do [ d rhrom Yellow Verlih
Blackwir- 1:1aIlI.i. the lirci.R will be promptly and heartily tesponded to belong (to Win. Wvatf. : a gtmcof t ten pins; but th se pltfi'rrir.gdacll't' : ]
in this Lunatic Asvlu'n, Opiiiiotis ol" Shy >iciisiN. I to by our political i I trei tireri. The Bu:le (.,11 1 Is to Also, SO acres of first t rate land number not dmgriLltli: rze, 'nltliur BI"id11 Y.lrni"h, COpilt amusernenf, can always! tahe a hand.
Irtl ttr
eentleman sunken,"of in thctfollonin : \I Di. Tovvnsei'd ,is a I mnn-t cia i' ivrnviiig orders lit, T-If. H.:,, PII..h, 'i'urp.nnmne Coal. l'dinrI1m..h. Come "
TJlarkweirs M.ind.t.{ 1J, 1.17- irofTi l'li>*i<'ijiis i iu dill'-rc"!'? pmt. "I I t the L'nioii. ;; .inns, aid l in every purl i f I the count i y the( true I known, purporting to belong to J. & B. F. Pettey. .... Y.trni.h do. T.lrr. SC'rnb dn. Ciunr 1O. one--come tH.! .-

Dr.TovnenI-Dar Sir : I hivo <;!;lJ.!>red terribly -I I i is to rf-itily that we, I tlo u'id.isign! cI l, 1 and gallant Whigs arc buckling on their armour A No, SO acres second rate land; nurnb not Lnmf) m le'' CII tlk. Whitin. Hu.i" D.Jc'i. Eng. ; JOHN B JONES

for nine year* with thplVnetnial! i"m ; considerable PIj\*kiIII, cf the City .-.f Al hahan' ill yIm2ierqII I,, wt! pifriig] for thu fight. Let t there: be no known, jjnrporting to belong to Jis.VI'. Evens' il", (Ctiiton; do. Heavy FHVFSS do, Licjlit do, Ar.aiar'1D- --30.-1547.- 51j.tIAt'rlacltiioI
If the time I could ti"t er.t, .lp"n\ \ orwilk. ,; Dr. ; | sluggards;: : i'i our tanks in the rood old Kojslnne est-ite Whitf. BJ'IPand I5cd: Booting' Xai!<, Copper do, I .
( T'i'.v.- i'-Sn ; i Exchange.nliscTifitr
3.0: prescribed !! aianlia, nin, and : Lit HUV.hi who receives a copy of tins, Also, 517 a'r" first rate land, number' not do Tacks: Ship Sjiike-; !, B..u do, T'rad-, >crewf -,
I had the utmost ?" ; 31d I-ln-ve! it t tn be? Oi"1. I Ihu- ::.*t vulnabla! jne-! ,, I TH r r- informs iss trict'jfsSifg
1'/ make and send club f siib- ick ScrewAnchors, Ilndike '#, CapIinB
terriblyv" 1 have iijfc'ur : up us a > known, purporting to lu-l-mg to Call & Gamble.Also [ I
my limb were I\antitJ:.. in the f.inik1*. rOirs.. Blocks Shivfs Jib I I Hanks Hand I and the public! in general that heZliB t r.aI !'
: st-iilx-rs aid) I them a well m i
I we
,, protni paper 3) first land nnmbr
rate not
Sf'waril! nod! thev k aTos F :
bottles of I. II. P PtLt1. D..T ). I ct.nselhe Pronetcr, e-f ahknnwn ? '
your : PumplJck' ; ickets l : Ct d.r do, If ck Broom, ; \l" 11'
aid trtlullp.clIIl
w.r.hif; | worth I Ihtir money your ordors known, purp"llill t I; f.I bl'v> to S ml. P.irkhill. I
II? !lnr : i
done Jlun one it.o'uud : \VILmx.. 'vI! D. : Corn ,1,1 C Ciullvins: itlet Simnsdo Ax ht.iijo and III
more "-, \\rHelve \\ he pl'aI-" tn !f.ttlttin
:,is 'for tix b.nefit j' ;< "..- )'i i D.r ,. ;.ir'!' "o as to begin with the first number.Address ISAAC JCK good. You are at lib( l't ty h nst t H. r 1m I ?, hooks and Thmmr.bIiBc'c, I Hooi! #, l>'ile do, \ of the travelling "t.Jrrlllllttha' "I.IV 1'
C. :l'CUlWY.t .
of the afflicted. r! P. LLMLN'COKF.M D.Albany F.vO.Iicio Tax Collector C. C. Cm do Cotton do. Boat do, Fih! do, ( O-tiillun I him; with their ud! will aUoI a"rCl
N Your; ':. 1 'tjJt ill, 1S17.Cruiloi.. i i II.rmri-hnr.r, Fob 1S9.I | Hirri4jiir Pa. Mav t. 1315. lijtdsBlank Irons \I'tklo4 Irons Marline: Spikes. S.hi;. ScraP I\.ldlt'! resident boarders custom The bar "Illtlu:
respi.JAME* rUUXHXGS.Fever ; ; "rs h'liig' Dippers.; Cook's Ladies r.'ruiI.n1or.-, !'
an:! Ayfiio. 1 O-.vinc to the great and irr.r.'ien -ulc ProvisionsVA : Books and Stationery. Dividers C.>mpa--P5; Sail NVedk-s. S-iiI T\\ in., 1J'plied; with tt.ulI1e hq'irs oj the .tll

_ u-icqualird: i incases j ',I f OrTowiistnd's Sarsapunlla, a number! (.I'tuelll\ | /- BI5LS Whiskey ; 10 l tin. Prime Pork; Journals, Day Books, &c. St'ine d.>, Sowing do, I'.dmIic2ing I? ; .1ualitv.l JOHN FATRILGEl
ns'nd'dr..lparilla is
Dr. TO', 1.'llI'r'l Xov. .
_ Agent*, havo c,.!nmincodinakit.g / U 10 b!>is Flour: 1 rack Rice; LEDGERS; FooNcap and Letter Paper Pump\ do. Shovels Ilminmerhlaichiris.. _Apalachicola, 14, 1Ii.
of the "Cnilh l mvl I Fever and \rIlP. T.o! who wvto Jormrily' .ur ; A/ *-". llthrlst.anhl..r.t. tland-a\v
followingetlpr\ ii only <>r.c 1.[ htinrirerls thr.t we \ arsaprilia Extracts F.hxirs hitter*. Kx- r superior old Reserve Whiskey. ; Cotton Memorandum Books; Fil inrs.S Itt Tail do, Iron 'ij'i.ires. Clipboard Locks lUilitar)', Fire Caps and Tire
have received from the South and \Ve>t of lit: Tarts ol,I Yellow Dock.c.. They gi-iifrally pnl i 2 verj choice Hams; Ship and River BilN Lading; Stock ,10, Hooks and Staples 1 Hme?. Padlocks Iuclit lU aaautaizoiy.:
- character. \ it up in the same shaped b-,tlK-s nd s"rneol :' Now Ian ling per schr Lr-ui--a Sears, and for Boooks lor Letter Press. Wood -'aw;, Pendant I Hanlyards, I Hand Lill"1 T. GRATACAP Cntlllllt tlIa""'

Oivi:.,. Mich., O"t21, 1" F T.. tin in havo sj. le and copied our advertisements, 'I sale by 1] McCULLY.Mireh Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks ).op Sea do, Los! do. Fish do. (Hand Ledil, HENRY at his old stand No. :jy-2 Rn-advii

Dr. Tovvnsend : Doar Sir-I purcha-vd "t-.r mywife i I tlu-y ..r.' oi/iy v.eilhlc-ss im1itaII! am.d! should be -. i M; ::O .Water_. st.- Ju I Chalk Lines, Pitch Puts, Log Hooks Cargo do. |
ft our AI..t"Mr. avoided.Principal. I 'Exchall March 1 II F. ABELL. ,
tw. bottlof t SaraiparilU I Ii Belts Body and Breast Plates, Uumtridge &1"
Pins Tin Waro
McNair, of Kalatsiazoo! to try it for the Fe- I i Office, 12G FULTON Street, Sun i DRAFTS on New York, Boston, Providence, Trusses.TJFlLL's Belaying, :.lInpson, Posts, iVc, Crockery, '\rc.Apalaehieolii. CarpeTi'tri'sTool. II Knapsack, Priming Wires Scabbards, S.: |
vcr and Agu?. Before I Ind finished the frt i i Building,' N. Y.; Redding & Co., S Stake .Irt'd, iiliia and Balfuneivo, bought ; and and double IVc 9, 147 .Cl 'th", Hi.Nteis, Bndlt'sGun Casts Fire Cai;
superior single Trusses _____. _
bottle, it appeared to warm the blood, and ovory I I F'.nsion ; D.\(.11 & SOli", 1 12 N'm ilh I Second rtt, Sight Checks on Now York !old by 11 for sale : h Bear Skin Caps &.r. .'.

other day when the Chill* and F<:v<'r appoRrd, Pluhd'-lpliia; ; S. S. llance,Diuzgist, : B-altiiiorc" : I WM. G. PORTER & Co. by AMERICAN Military and Fire Companies about formiPf,"

they were less violent ; and IK% fore s'oe had) finished I'. 1\1. LoLN1, ChailstonVriht & Co., 131) Agents Bank of I'runswick, Feb 17. --- II-F ABELL.-- -.- Net and Twine ;!ImuCompany: cturin- contornrda'te 'h..n.. ir.!: their ITmlorins. can !r

the bottle, she was entirety r. li.-vrd], and I Charters street,' N. 0.; 105 South Pl'arl.lred, i Dec fl'I ) 41) Watei street. Thompson's Compound Syrup of supplied with Pattern Cap, by ad&Iressin than she' had; boon befnefc Albany ; and by all the principal Druggists and -
much better the shortest
she was 'e. at notice on the mist reO
I Brushes. Tarand Wood
II the United States ftaptlia, 12 COMMEKCIAL-STRFET,
bad Me re-harits generallythroughi'Ut
A lady that bf 'ta''ick :
took wnthlhe' the Alle. arid Fever but had broke- West II.ditanti the Canada HAIR,, Clothes, TeethNail( and Shaving I, FOR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron (Up Stairs,) BOSTON. able" terms. May 4. llJ-6L-
I : for sale by asthrm. who ing cough, palpitation :
them with Quinine and was left in a'ery weak I'Yr sale wholesale and retail hv Manufacturers and Dealers in Bryan's; Patent Go'fle'c.inn .

-- anu-- _1 ,i.: .t"t, :, troubled.. oxcoediriclv. H.! F. ABKLL, I l-Vli2i II F ABELL. of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of Twine Stand, Post Ollice Twines, Baleing and SACKS RIP, havana and St. Dm-|

with the AK"C Cake seeing the effect that it had \ May-20_ : ]S4S. 19-ly Ajialnchicola.PHO.SPKCTU .---. IW classes.BBLS the Feb kidneys 10 for sale by J ALLEN. Bundle Twine.Carty'I C.t ton Herring, Twine I 1J U Cofiee, for sale low by

on my wife, she sent and procured) a few bottl s, -- -- OF n. THE ------- f r superior Muscovado, for sale by --- Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned and (ntannr Flax Dee 23 E McCULLYWines

and it restored tier in 1 few \vek to complete I ,.) Mch II} E McCULLY, .r fj Water st. ASTILE Soap for sale by Herring Twine, Hawser and Shrnl d.1.lidflck.- Tm Consignment. .
health. Your Sarsaparilla is without doubt, '1'.1 FJ..OlID.'J'EiUlEUNCE -- .- -- -- -" G Feb 21 11 F ABELL. erel Lines; herring, Poha,.m Shad. Bass-, and rrceived pei ship Manacna, awl &
equalled in diseases! incident to the W.-j-t and! if AND School Hooks, Dip Nets. Government Seines with Bags: Cud, .JUST 'ow fir rash-

you think that thi communication will ba of use A ?..iclltnl'ald'oc.e.. FOR sab-; by Advances Herring, Mackerel Shad, Menhaden Seinesfcc. -, 10 baskets lliedsick Champagne,

you are at liberty to use it as 'OI(lloe.Yuuz. A weekly paper (tu be published in Quincy, Fa. ': ) 17 II F ABKLL. on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool}, 5 cases old Pale Purl U'ine,

rppe'ttfl1', HY C. JUI.I.1.V R't"L"'l'T. Cuba Tobacco Seed. MADE New York and B' .ton, by ,V.: B. JVfts anti Seinrs Knit to order at short 5 1* Sar.deilaitV; "
"' LBS Trbjcco Seed from the most celebrated Dec 16 D. R. WOOD & CO. notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents, 10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine.

Canker in thc Iou1h. I TJII: pro]>ric-tcr of the Quixcv TIMES, under O' plantations of the Vuclta Abajo, just received __ October 1-I, IS-Il. 39tf ApalachicoJa! 10 old East India Maderia Wine

Below is an account of another child! f wet i, I the iej>ead si'lii-itatiniis' ot liis i pafrons, who arc from I H.IVIIIJ I ; for sale by Hydrostatic Ink Fountain. Groceries, .Vc. p 6 u old Sicily" Maderia Wine bv
Sarsaparilla has savrd Ihe} \ <' the liieiids of I FEW I Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks, March 2 E McCULLY.
Dr. Townsend'i ( t mostly cornprisid; among I Teinperacce Mcli )ifi' E: McCULLY Water st. A received from New York, brig Alaba _
The following Sand Boxes, Paper (Folders, Stamps Seals, per
of thousands of thitdrpn. h\o Agncullutc and other industrial inlfiot? JUST Sale.
from great number received -! I Olives. Paper Clisps, Weights, &c. for sale by t a general assortment of Groceries, &c. For
certificate are selected a I f .Sofiety, has celermined to devote! his JourrI.JInJI'c st.ipflonU
JARS Olives, for sale consisting in part as fl'lloviz : BBLS Hay, now landing from ;
this week. -xcius5vely to tht: objects indicated by the i 8 very superior Spanish Nov )19 J C ALLEN.
by E. McCULLY, Crushed Sugar a fine article," dun. Apply to
New York l\pril. 1:1.Or. new t lillo ho has assuined.The ; I I { .ii1iiiise. assorted Dec 23OURSE.. STONE k Co. ]
M.iichl'i 1 5U Water st. } Pickles Lemon Syrup
Townsend: Dear Sir-One roy r.'n Editor: lidS' consented to make this changes _ _____ ------ received ", -
4 was very sick with a Canker in the Mouth av.l tn much with t II lie expectation cf pecuniary I Scotch SiiutT. 30 sale OZ. by Snip. Qui.iine, just and for Cog.Corn.Brandy do.Holland a super. article, Lemon Syrup. ,

S Throat, attended with great debility ofoiir excellent It came g.jin, is with the dc"ire of exertir.g; a salutary I 1----: Scotch Snuff in half bottles,just receivfd April 27 II F ABELL. Gin, of the best quality T B RAY'S superior Lemon syrupjust recei*j
near dying. I obtained some moral influence' throughout Mir. growing State, t) (for sale by L and tor sale by

medicine, and it cured it directly. for which I in '':.11.1 to subjects which he holds, of all others I I April 13 J ALLEN. Mustard. Northern St. Croix Gin and Jamaica Peach Brandy Rum, Feb 17 H F ABZLL--

assure you I feel very gratt1iil.I to I he of paramount i:11 'ortance. ', SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in Maderia Port and Malaga Wines, Western Produce
Your resj>eclfullv. The ri the interest of Aromatic Bitters. A
cause Temperance; tin boxes, for sale by Candles and ,. do Lard, Whi.I -
Soap Starch LOUIS Flour Ohio ,
ELIZABETH FOWLICB, 27 Dcfcbrosscs-tt Agriculture ; ar.d homo industry, in all its fi-la- R BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, just received S "*-
D April 27 II F ABELL. N. O. Rectified Whiskey, I Sugar choice and prime. Mo1as3 Perk
Fits Fits : Fits inns and val iElies-will be t Ihe objects to which and for sale by Shoulder18
Brown N. O. Muscovado and St.Croix Sugar, and Bacon, Hams, Side ana
Or. not tested his Sa *3pa- I she attention of the paper will be principally di.rerted : April 13 J ALLEN. Gold Pens. prme C*
Town.end havil11 Bacon Sides &c. &c. sale by B. ELLISON &
Tilla eases *, course 11f\'el f''ml'nt ; and as connected with these interests Sciillit Powders.C A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior All of which will be sold low by Dec 9. Cor Water and ChestnutI* .

ed it, and wan surprised to receive the following I and as bearing upon them, and as influencing GRASS Seidlitz Powdersthat are fresh, just Gold Pens,just' received and for salo by E. McCULLY,

from an intelligent and respectable Farmer inWewteheter them, a review of fmeigri and domestic markets, /w received and for sale by October 21. J C. ALLEN Nov 11 SO( Water st. Guava Jellies. ,
couuly : will rot: overlooked 13 J C ALLEN. I N different sized boxes just receiveairoOD'j
Fordhim, Aurut t 13, IS 17. The importance of the objects and the aid April Claret Wine.Cl Groceries and Ship-Stores. 1 vana, and for sale by

Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I have < little girl which a well conducted newspaper could afford Infusion Jars. K DOZ. superior Table Claret received per COFFEE, Java do; St. Domingo do. Dec23 EMcCULl*.

eVen years of age who has been several years them, questions which could not be lullydis.cussed FEW Infusion Jars-every family should /weschr.. Monterey, and for sale by RIO' Flour Western do; N 0 Sugar GrocerIes

with Fi<.; u-0 trit almost everything in a paper tf this soil I ; but it will lie our A have one-for sde by May 18 __. E McCULLY! 50 Water st. SI. Croix do, Porto Rico do. Young Hyson Tea bbU MolassM. .}'.

- tiee, but without Bnrrpu ; at last, although wc' purpose to explain and enforce them in articles April )13 J ALLEN. Hyson do. Powchonq clo, Souchong do, Goshen ffBRLS ij Whiskey;' 10 rec'd and for lIal"b J
could find no recommendation in our circulars) for orisiinal and selected which may appear in our School Books. Butter, Cheese, L\rd, Bacon Ham, Side, Shoulders 4 1 tierce Rice just
thought, she in very columns Letter Paper. SCHOOL BOOKS, ot all kinds, just rec'd by Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef Jan 6 E. McCiJLLY.

-delicate ae like heaith hen., we we would give a her some Wi of your The Editor of the TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE 10 REAMS fine Letter Paper just received J. C. ALLEN. Mess and Prune Pork. Mackerel Shad Salmon, S n 110" h.1

are very clad we did, for it not will not in any degree interfere with party poli- and for sale by Herring, Sounds and Tongues Cod Fish Tongue and Macafmy. in bottles and v

'inaparma. a but she has had no re- tics. The events (if the day the pacing occurrences April. 13-.. _ _J ALLEN. I Bacon, Flour, Sti:ar, Coffee and Capers Pepper, Spices Pickles,Catsups Soap, Starch Pepper Tobacco.S-iuce. Olive Navy SCOTCH received and ftr sale by

"_ roe. ;.. srnJth. pleasure. and sirlum ol the weok he will notice with as much Shirtings and the Salt Bread Pilot do, Crackers, Vinegar Dried Fruit. Feb n H r' ABEL.'
\M IIU f I**! tlt rea Prints by
- 'prive. She i is fast becoming ragged and hearty, tiuth and impartiality as the nature of I decade SHEETINGS low for cash hyB. ALWAYS on hand, and for sale low by Beans Salt Raisens Macaroni VermacHli Ar- Dr.- \V Woodruff's orlll sp&Jtt

which we eel rateful. will admit. He believes hiir. c-lf to he free from ELLISON & CO. F. McCULLY. row Root Corn Oa.s,Buckwheat, Mustard Uice SAFE and efficient remedy for wor 5tat.

t Your, respectfully, all party bias, and he will endeavor thus to pre. Dec 9. Oor. Water and Chestnut sts. For ?al, by B. ELLISON & CO A sale
JOHN BUTLER Jr. ,the columns of his S \va.yt1 & Wistar's _Dec 9 Cor. Wat r and Chestnut fit!. by
servo paper. -- -- JC A Ug
Female medicine. The Editor proposes to enlarge very considerably Razor Strops. COMPOUND Syrup of Wild! Cherry just. re- Lancets. Feh3 _

Townsend'f i.i a sovereign and his paper from its present size, and to make C HAPMAN and Emerson's Strops just receiv'd for sale by and Thumb Lancets just received The Indians' ,Elixir. it

speedy Xr, cure (or SUlparit Consumption other improvements, should the patronage otkredaut'n and for sale by i Feb 17 H F ABELL.. SPRING sale by A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fc'. '

Uteria, or Falling of the Womb, rize it. Feb21 J H F ABELL. New Orleans Sugar. Feb 24 H F BELL. saleby .
ob. Ttrm of Sub"tription.Two dollars per annum Feb 3 J C A
Piles, Lecorrhca. o Whi'fs. Cider. 1111 D3. prime N. 0. Sugar, receiver schr Tanners Oil '
'COiene. Incontinence in advance, or three dollars if not paid in 5 per toP'
ede o difcu\ Menstruation. advance. BIlLS Champagne for sale by Montery and for sale by 11ORsaleby ALAD OIL, just receivedand ,
thereof and S AB
fo Urn.general, o prostration discharge: of the system,-no ( uincy. Fa.,.May 27. 1618. 50 Dec 30 B ELLISON Co. May 13 E. McCTLLY, 50 Water st. II Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co. Aprl 17' H. F.i


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negro,\vhe'n, frotm hiIi .,i'y screen, to which tions of' hose who were only waiting for the
Sie had mooutled .at hlie sound of wheels, tertoination of the war to attempt the des-
peeping froupI his covei, lie described ap)- titcilion of the fundamental laws of the Re-
t)roachiug.; t'Iri the' westw;ard a travIelling public.
carriage, wilith a niegro on ihe box. His Before repairing to this Capital, whither
eyes moistiened, ad tilI his face glistened and most important national interests called me,
bright-ne'd up, as if thell sight of it w'is not those measures which tlhe situation of
only ()ieasanrliut familiar-and hlie quickly things permitted, were put in requisition to
de;.-',,-n.lel to lie ground, and sprang to the 15tiffe the resolution In its bud. However,
roadside just as the huorss were stopped the defection of a few troops, a very insig-
opposite to Miitni by the i jprised coachman. nifticant part of the army, and the sedition
The occupant inside looked out e'-gerly to of (Gen. Paredes, have delivered the city of
enquire iiiito the causc ot' the slopplage, tGnamimjnalo into the hauds of the rebels.
whr'mi"his eye fell poni .a negro, wan atiad No poplilar authority has acknowledged
almost piallid froti dAstress. them, no State has forgotten its duties, none
"God bless yo-i. mainssa --! don't yon of the parties who hold as a principle the
k'now me ?' "ahke Silion home-he's lired natioraality of Mexico has embraced their
of'belh;:a fir'ee igger!" And the asto'iish- cause. All contemplate, with the utmost
ed Sotitlt Calroliniinat, who had been on a 'ri.-f tial indignation, the crime of alilw,
trill to S.t. -toiis. recogonisod 1i is most va- aiind a force much superior to theirs is now
litied -'ave, who had rti away eighliteen at this moment in pursuit of them.
1tnoulth before. reveal to the nation what has occurred,
T'h' precipice is no at present as inMe- thmouh penetrated with deep sorrow I am
feasible as it was then. as thlie ar'th IWas yet ii liout fear or dismay, Ii is certainly
*WAisheul ot ti in mIany places bftlirc i-ell ie sad lthint we cannot enjoy a moment of re-
tocks,,ullowing a pIass;iae mIm) mft 'down ; lit pose; that instead of devoting ourselves to
the bent. twisteal and gtnarled hliikiory. ow ,'l,.,ir omir immense misfortunes, we raise
a1 stoa,.+ruajqof a mre,' i01.hi-s heaud towaidl tar Ihands to inflicet fresh wounds in the
tihe earlh.- i l,,.iil t f..,, vialirm wit1)'s5 ta hale dina i-som of' our unfo'tunate country.
attest tlie viciiity of -ih' ,lsi)er.ite I" Negro' s TIhe enemies of Mexico will lake advantage
L1ap.1 HtiN'. Old fI-'ck '-jacill_, l.1l., Mayi 12, 18 I3. Me htc'orrigiblu (irremediable.)
........ ... ... ..A n e x p ress arrive d in th e c ity o r M ex ico
.tlcilulhm n ;U ,,aatfo ---a o'ef.8 s o the night of the 16th ult., announcing
Field s.l o];./,i ,hI/ M/e L./btr- Courn- ii (lt Gen. Minon had retreated on the town
ter- ]'inifrslio by/ iP'r.sidnb IHerrrra-Ap- of Leon, having found himself incapable,
p,'i'nih;,'r B*t3d!i--(.',namy ,,f' SI,. "Pa- wii h 4)0( men, to oppose the rebel troops
T. ickie Lo,,nuiiie,' 'a c. c. inler JYarata and Negrete, who were at
'By the art iv,, l,.r-i ycsaleray (says thle the heal of 800. rMinon states'that he had
Ne-w Orloas .l,;, F)I ,|aof he `_H)orfthe. sta,-|^
New O,'l ,,t, l)a'h;a aft le: 2!)of the sa'a-!adopveal this measure with the view of dr'aw-
shiptPorlad,, PI:a. froi' Vein Cuz it) 'n the enemy, utmtil by the rein'orce.
.l.he. 21 ull., we Mawav, rel:eiiev, anl meas e was expecting, and after a junc-
fil' oftIhe A''o Iis. ti.ol i hant alae, im'l- lion with Bustamente's command, heshould
shive-TwI ii m'it'mt'e fromm I ha' ,i aIli ,be aible to strike a signal blow, and crush
the '.'h. lh" reV'oltiion at once. The companies of
r:K lu 'rtIO .--.'lPit st~nifiart} .i rtvM'Vtu- r
S111 (. a1 vo'U St. Patrick (our deserters) were hastening
tiani has aiAbiam a'i rakeiald ia tham dH Iratted bly iarced marches, to join Minon. They
coitt ry ( ,.t' P,,rlehs' IwvaIi sutceeded hall een destined to protect the Govern-
in etilultug a t h'tie Il \ p rlin <, the
S. u inent officers, on the journey of the latter
Army, ha~s I.ikln iisi -s'iii of Illn ciiy of 1 ^ 1 1
At'mny. has iita, l tI5.., ,ta fti m t' i aly o fromon Queretaro to the Capital ; but the ex-
GiaTauiaj~imto. htte 1-a s''aatiha'al lay Podiiir J~a- case. i*
.,aj.. 1. R e i-;s,.condo, by Padre J,- igefncy of the case changed their destina-
rat-,a: t atlhr I a of noleA has yet al- ion. Mauch is expected from their reputed
pieared (I 1 i IIIf r Ii 111 I( Y (n s olfI (ie c itn s1)i r~t y a c Y. >
*peated iitmvhe r' nmifi as of the -, nstirae y. V:,)ir ind fidelity.
ihe iuie~ ica a 0 otiorhamie ot liuh~ Icr'eanaa'ea to ,, ,<, v-
exii Gloverhaeni had fVrwarded to We extract from the Siglo XIX, of the
ihOt scene of inmsatrei'tiaan all its disposable 18th t. he folwing
force un4,r Gij- Buimne Van lili the following
,Iorce, tnna ^'r (.ipn->. []t,sarticiile, ltaimt I- 3" i- ,
Irc, -i, \Ex rt'RAORDINARY ExPREss.-At 1 o'clock
11o antd C rltazi.-r. O 'lite- 211)th till., de- tli rnorning the Supreme Government re-
spatchtes haul beau reueivdil from those ofli- 'eivedl a despatch from Silao, which con-
iers, itiinalint)g llih;tl t !iev hald so disposed rtaineIl important intelligence, viz: Gens.
..their forces us to coulipel Piredes io risk ;I lustunaente, Yanez and Minon had made a
battle, which -w)uld h)e definitive im its issue, mIah)mvtent to intercept the rebels and force
B h athm into a fight or otherwise to capitulate.
B ut it is itipossi)le to predit e ou ihe A letter has been received from Gen. Cor-
hetermogeeeetes ciotm)oiiilon of (lthe Mexicain i;,z;ir which was highly satisfactory. He
.lAr'ty, antd nt nee kniaows wa litst)ipat ly nnantiin(ces that, in concert w1hl the above
exists between PFarides a;d lie GeeraIls Iea(*tinel officers he was raising troops.
antd *;is decided on preserving public order
,Op ,ed h'm. The ,,llohwitg is the Pla, at )Il .ks. All the superior officers dis-
-*^.iie, A 1 Jtta el.d ae sa I ehu s iaIs .m.
-standialril ol' revamolx, itoh .T .... ,
Mexicaus! tie wiark cmimneoced il in ii- .siuJoicud
,quiiy and treas,.a ian 1845, has just been LA'rT:sT'.-By an express which has just
consuimmaled imore thani half the R-el)ub- reached the Supreme Government, we learn
lhe has bee.ti small to the itv,,dimg enemy, for ihai the escort of treasure which left Qae-
ia conleimipt.lile stim,. tle reituaider of our relt.,ro. arrived at San Juan del Rio on the
`Aerritiry wilt Ire ciopiedi by ihlc siamie Nori t 18mih without accident; it was composed of
American.s,,hltictr.,camv,.relinto imthesurds the companies of St. Patrick, commanded
of the iraitir Pelal, to sustain IhIe amos hy Lietui. Col. Don Francisco Schiafino,
atrocious crinn te >, v worl lois e ( I who 'was to bring it on to the Capital.
The pia-t ri.calls to minL C.u.milt .Jili,.as be- On tie 18th a j,,mnction was fioramed at
,triay.l of his ,>rx', alhroaiaghm,,tal re- 1ilao i f' 400 mien. under Gen. Bustamnente,
'seUliml.'I)l m bu m this l amrri, ; m,1 < ,;ar ., (:omI- and 400 under General Minon. On the
parnisou with lethal otf Pal-t;a ilie fo(rmer mis- 2i2,1 6o troops of the line, under Genral
'creant, lblint wiln r;,v., brtonsht the Mloars Yaatem, an,,.240 of the 5th Cavalry, were
ilt) Spain. *xpomso. li.hmself to personal e ct,, eda there. Donti P. Corlazar announ-
d.anger; beualt e tattr., am tetouiu Ita ime lux- a'es tha lie has 600 men to operate in junc-
,uriesaund p)l.eaae.,s of the Capital, and to tion with Bustamente; there are besides
keep Ifimself in poIaer. sold hi.m c'outrY, 400 urtder Lomnhardini, with 180 more of
-withiuut h1 sntuilHest risk, nft er l.avitmg ais- ,a,. Itae, qThe government of Guanajuato
earnedd lhe nation., extiU uished ler ,public |has been transferred to Celaya, and is there
spirit, and persu.,d,-h her tha. is ad- to er'rating (for the establishment of order.
Vaintage, op|)roibriomn hoior. ;iitd the IIuoiD- .., ,
- atii;tge 'ipl)rtbri, witasre atl m p itiie att rThe editor adds that there are 2600 men
4iaiung state iIm w'haich11 she hav !)r,1-4 r:ie a
Olhe 1feet of her eumemin'y, was a hIril|:l mltit marclthim a tainst the insurrectionists, under
itui an at a fliterin-u disim ctitlio (tlraaspect.) (ie ieta;Is who have all testifed their desire
Is it possible, .Mexi lvyaeqeiillly aald Uai~inha;omplmiaighi"y sadler thlis -
tra rqut' anl ye) pl ily i ot 1 ma is appears impossible for Paredes, with the oli(' ' \V ll youi ciiolly l ;o u~ o n ;id see
*yomtr hrethremn ill C;ufl'arnia., New M'lexico, umnll force he hIas in Guanajuato, to con-
an CliilhiaItoaitu, sohl ta hlie fie? T'le-se, lemid with the physical force operatlnrg
your bretirenm, vtlliintul atd Irue, who agiinst him, and the moral sense of the na-
Siiou~taully," fii.uiht ii the. vanguard, l stas tiot, 'ahlch e~ecrafes a project that can only
turtn the religianti, ltie customs, atai tIme ma1t
t'ionualily of ".\exiao I No I--o !--a aliou- Saa'(eeel by the destruction of the counttry.
sand titihes No(! YuCATAN.--The Commissioners for Yu-
-Few in numihnilr are thiase h a)o subscribe carumat, who are despatched to Mexico to
thi., ht. thi.y arc deter..,hi'd .a, perish i 1 saihit aid against the Indians, have been
,ustlaimiang 'sti-i.h lm'eiimus i\tV crc VWa.
vite you to hollow omar exa iipile. tmah tah. .-inabhe to procure from the Government the
.ll|;rtmiS agaieism the Iraim oraus Gaoveri'iaeitl. |frorlse-of any troops to march to the Pe-
raisingh the bu.nner of iiisnrmectieio. We will nihtsula. They were informed that no men
call on Spain aId oiher neiions to sustain 'lmculd be spared, an] the utmost that could
Itw indel|;cndlen'.e ofl ,\exico, ;ind thecy will ,,-.,,
h ~te;tae'i.itt ~iei ;ta e aalhe doWneo for them was an advance of $30,000,
fsmt, -ta. t 'fvolh.witi airlimle s : '000 muskets and some munitions. They
... 'jitf. ( Ir'peut (I,,verutmcimt is reutntin- salicited t he Piesident to beg the UJ. S.
ecd 'dto djsay'wiUtJ fur leaving betrayed lIhe (Jovern-ment to despatch 2,000 of the troops
Bantmon. of .eum. Butler's army to Yucatan, to paci-
(l.. 'rth Sta.e0 Couasoquetlt', resume Iica'.e tlhe country ; or, in case of refusal, to
31hela" snverei' Sid. VThe ,ann,' .hiuil L,,tJiult ott thme mneauts try matit prevail with that officer to allow a

at repllacite the di-|tosed (aovern)iiei,. portion of his men to volunteer at Vera
4th. Ths Gmvcruo'rs tf Ith Saie will Cru;z. on their return home. All their en-
ddesignate ile* 1.airiumot or lmi'ronus w'iho iiuli le-var( proved vain.
com.nm and the fa.r<'t' i. e tch.
.5th. The Iroa(> mfil the tilandiug army T'lhre is some ambiguity in the foregoing
*Who-give in thleii a lhlirmn to tihe present nntiice, of )he movements of the companies
Plan will. cuofo'-ru:4bly t4) usae, he utInlr of St. Patrick. The Monitor says:
ihe orders tif tine Geuieral of the hlighest Tihe conduct (treasure) which should
r;.nk, wha may follow their exanthle.
I - .otn ,aadat, ; J1.uA1 Otrtz. C.o UolD of tme companies of St. Patrick, who were to
,iaMalry J- M. M. NEGRT'rE.Conmiandamt have escorted it, have been ordered off to
af 8qlntMdrrn.- a Lieutenant, three Etisigns Lagos, to meet the army under Parcdes.
ofCavmivlry and a Captain of [tnfanmry. VERA CRuz, June 26, 1848.
Imnmedialily alter the news of lhe insur- Erds. Delta-The Portland is just leaving,
reaction reached Queretaro, thIe most prompt a"nd 1 have only time to forward you the en-
S" closed files of Arco Iris, which contains a
Wneau ' adopted' by thie Governent Iplate of revolution by Paredes. I wrote you
to ~~_pt'tit. ta'orrps were forwarded to- on Saturday, the 24th. by the Alabama.
pr4*.4-aattajuato, wheae the rebels had Up to Saturday night, there had been
rabhlished themselves, and Htrrera pub- semt forward 9,986 troops, leaving about
lowing address to the nation : 17,1)00 yet to lhe forwarded. Nearly, if not
ihe h 'following adess to the natio quite, one-half ot the transportation em-
Mexieans! In takin, possession of the plowed in forwarduhin those already gone,
Slpremn Power, in aceorlancee with the i-ave been taken up here.
will of the nation, expressed through its There will leave on the Portland 400 of
legitimate organs, [ knewa lthat the :itaom h Intl
ii orgas I knew ihat ihe standard the Indiana (Col. Gorman's) Regiment.
of civl war had eei displayed, andi thile More are repdy to embark, but no transpor-
puSblIR cre already aware of the machina- tatton. Yours, in haste, PoqyT.



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Agents for the COMMERcIAL ADVERTISER, and wil
receive and receipt for subscriptions, or advertise-
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Of West Florida.
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Of Middle Florida.
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Of East Florida.

dence Journal concludes an able article up-
on the Philadelphia nominations, thus:
"The enthusiasm for Taylor is kindling
all over the country, and soon it will blaze
up as brightly as ever did that for Harrison
in 1840. The Whigs will support him with
as great unanimity as could have been
brought to bear in favor of atny candidate,
and he will receive thousands of votes from
men who have heretofore voted against us,
and whose support could not have been se-
cured for any other man. We entertain no
doubt of his election."
LoR.-T'he New York Globe, the organ of
the Barnburners, before the notmrination,
We believe, however, that if Gen. Tay-
lor is nominated at Philadelphia, he will be
elected President, no matter what mray be
the action of the Barnburners of this State;
As den. Taylor now stands before the
people of both parties, his election would
be preferable to that of Cass. His election
would annihilate Hunkerismn in this Slate,
and throughout the Union. We have long
been hoping for the arrival of the time when
a revolution in parties would take place.
If our object is merely to defeat Cass,
that is already accomplished the moment
Taylor is nominated at Philadelphia. There

contest is between Taylor and Cass, %itch
Cass can carry."
New York Mirror contains an extract from
a brief letter from Henry Clay io a personal
friend, in which he gives his cordial appro-
val of the nomination, and concludes by
saying playfully, that he is ho longer a
Clay Whiig, but a Taylor man.' At Kfich-
mond, Mr. Morehead of Kentucky, who re-
presents the Ashland district, addressed the
ratification meeting:
The Whig says:
This circumstance, the fact that Henry
Clay was one of his constituents, and the
knowledge that Mr. M. had stood out for
him to the'last in the Convention, invested
his speech with an unusual degree of inter-
est. Among other things which we have
not time to notice here, he said that in a
late letter to him, Mr. Clay hid 'stated, that
though there had been a great deal of alter-
cation between his friendsand those of Gen.
Taylor, between themselves there existed
the kindest feelings of reciprocal good will.
No man, he Was sure, would vote more
willingly for Gen. Taylor than Mr. Clay,
and Kentucky would give the old hero more
votes than she gave Harrison. Mr. M. was
frequently interrupted by bursts of ap-

SThe Courier des Etats Unis, pub-
lished at New York, remarking upon Gen.
Taylpr's nomination for the Presidency,
says-"It will, in all probability, result in
giving to the Union a President of rare
modesty and simplicity, ofsingularly correct
judgment, and of tried sincerity. Surely,"
adds the Courier, the nation ought to be
satisfied; for WASHiNGTo&s do not spring
up every day."
It really seems as if the friends of Gen.
Cass were likely to be beset with innumera-
ble difficulties. In 1840 they opposed Gen.
Harrison, because, when Governor of the
North Western Territory, hlie signed a bill
authorizing the whipping and selling white
men for crime and vagrancy. It seems that
they will either have to overcome their hot-
est scruples or repudiate Gen. Cass, for
while Governor of Michigan, he approved
the following law :
"AN ACT, for the punishment of idle and
disorderly persons'"
Section 1. Be tt enacted by the Governor
and Judges of the territory of Michigan,
that any Justice of thIe Peace, on convic-
tion, may sentence any vagrant, lewd, idle
or disorderly persons, stubborn servants,
common drunkardas, common night walkers.
pilferers, or any perstis wanton or licentious
in- speech, indecent behavior, common rail-
ers or brawlers, such as neglect their calling
and employment, misspend what they earn
and do not provide for themselves or their
families, to be whipped not exceeding ten

stripes, or to be delivered over to any con-
stable, to be employed in labor not exceed-
ing three months, by such constable to be
hired out for the best wages that can be pro-
cured : the proceeds of which to be applied
to the use of the poor of the county.
Made, adopted and published at Detroit,
the 26th day of July, 1828.
(0 The Locofoco presses a'nd orators
continue to the last to shed crocodile tears'
over Mr. Clay. It requires some forbear-
ance (says the Alexandria Gazette) to s'ee
thiswitih patience. But do they think they
deceive any body by their hypocritical pre-
tences of admiration for Mr. Clay ? Why,
if lie had been the Whig candidate, there is
not one of these "'synmpathizers" who was
not ready to conmmence the work of abuse
which they have heaped upon his head ever
since 1828. They are now really sorry that
they lose the chance.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.]
MR. EDITOR: I notice that a meeting of
the Democrats of Franklin county was call-
ed for Monday evening last. As the writer
left Apalachicola before the meeting con-
vened, he cannot be expected to allude to
its proceedings. When its doings are pub-
lished, he may find something in then wor-
thy of comment. I now intend to confine
myself to some remarks upon the substance
of thle q ,n.blll announeing.the call. The
meeting is proposed for the purpose ofrati-
fiu,, thIe proceedings and concurring in the
nominations made by the Baltimore Con-
vention. About two months ago, the peo-
ple of Franklin county were advised of a
Democratic meeting which was held, about
that time, to ratilf and confirm the proceed-
ings had, and the nominations made, by ano-
ther Denmocratic Convention. 1 allude to
the Convention held at Madison Couit
House. A very elaborate programme of
p.imie.,il principles was promulged by that
Convention., and We all conceived that the
Book of democratic oracles Was closed for
ait least this campaign. We expected no
erasures from conmmandirhenms therein con-
tained, and no doctrines to be indulged by
thie party inconsistent with that creed. The
candidates nominated by 'that Convention
all made a full confession of Faith according
to the Madison platfiormt, and all the candi-
dates for State offices are now,. I pre-
sutme, standing upon that 'pl/atform. I will
leave them there and proceed. Prominent
among the articles of the Madison Conven-
tio'n creed, was the following "-That the
inhabitants of the slave States have an equal
right, under the Constitution, to be protected
in their persons and property, as have the
inhabitants of the free States, upon lands
Sf~ flu uy--Tj tr-e"''I~' "~lv, a .' i c -- -;, ,
recollect arighli, the delegates appointed to
the Baltimnore Convention were instructed
to require the avowal of this sentiment by
Ihe Baltimore Conventionn, and to refuse
their vote for the nomt-ination of any ctindi-
dlate for the Presidency Who did hot fully
concur in this fundiimental article of Flori-
" most cordially Iby the Democrats of Frnk-
lin, about sixty days ago. Their bDelegate
left Florida, (for the Ballinmore Convention,
with these instructions in his Iocket, fully
ratified and abundumly confirmed by his
good Diemocratic constituency of Franklin.
Amd the Delegate, Iaithfutl to his mission,
took his seat in the Convention, and man-
fully, gallantly amnd eloquently sustained the
articles of thIe Florida Democratic faith, and
though the odds were largely against him--
that did not weigh with him a feathert-he
boldly bearded abolitionism and its Wilmot
proviso satellites, cheered on, ho doubt, in
the dlischarge of his duty, by a sure reliance
that the 'a hard fisted" democracy of Flori-
da, who placed him i' the deadly breach,"
would rally to the rescue of the champion
of their own avowed faith But notwith-
standing the zealous efforts of your Dele-
gate, your Florida Democratic creed was
scouted out of the Convention, and General
Cass, whose friends were the first to let
' slip the dogs of war" and hunt down your
Madison Resolutions, is nominated your
candidate for the Presidency. Now a meet-
ing is called to ratify the nomination of
Lewis Cass, whose latest victory is f riding
rou gh-shod' over the fundamental principles
of Florida Democracy. I would like to
know how this second Ratification meeting

is to proceed. -The other Ratification meet-
ing is ioo fresh to be forgotten, and its doc-
trines too antagonistic to the objecitsq of the
present, to be overlooked. How is the Pre-
sidential candidate to be eulogised, who de-
molished the finest pillar of your platform,
and what is to be said abouf the faithful
Delegate who defended its last plank?-
These are incongruities irreconcilable to a
mind unacquainted with political legerde-
main. I have little doubt, however, but the
Delegate--your servant-who honestly fell
in the defence of your faith, will be made
the victim, and that Gen. Cass, who spurned
your creed, will be the chiefest among ten
thousand andalltogetiher lovely." The only
advice I can give, to prevent the recurrence
of a like inconsistent and ridiculous position
for the Democracy, is never toappoi,. s
a Delegate, a South Carolina Democrat.
That school are not accustomed to value
principles in accordance with thlieirpopular-
ity-success or the hope of the spoils, with
them, is no remuneration for a departure
from principle. But what is to be done
with your candidates for Governor and Con-

ough, that personal stibserviency was not
all he yielded, but he occupied his, time
(which we poor Republicans piidl for at the
rate of "5.300,Y) in rtlfing a book about
the exceeding virtues, both private and do-
mestic, of Louis Phillippe, his family and
relatives. I only give this as- an illusti-a-
tion ; but it may be essential in arrivirig 'at
a proper appreciation of the. character of
Gen. Cass. One very poierfiul reason with
me for believing that.Geu. Cass has no
So'uihern.jeelings or principles; is derived
from the company he keeps, His tnrimit~i-
lion was urged most strongly by the Miclht-
gan and Ohio delegates. Now, we knowv
that the Michigan Democratic Convention,
anid also the Michigan Legislat'ure, both
passed, at the same time they nominated him
for the Presidency, the strongiest anti-slavery
resolutions. Can a mann of common sense
believe that the Michigan- Convention, com-'.
posed of Mr. Cass's neighbors, who ought
t& know, better than our FIorida politicians,
what his private sentiments were ot'his
prominent and all-absorbing questionrof Sla-
very, would unanimously have nominated for

gress 1-they have sworn to die by the Ma-
dison creed," which the Cass men kicked
out of rhe Convention, and certainly it makes
an odd company to travel harmoniously to-
gether through Florida. Oh Joseph! your
many-colored coat is just the thing in these
days, and would now render you nowise
singular among modern politicians. -
I have some curiosity to know what the
meeting lhas done with the Delegate who
exactly fulfilled their instructions. Of course ,
unless lhe mie'eting has changed its mind
entirely within. the last sixty days, it must
pass resolutions approbatory of his action,
and if it has changed its min, it ought to
demolish here, 'a la Cass, that platform it
erected a little while ago. C.
[For the Commercial Advertiser.
The nomination of Martin Van Buren
for the Presidency by the abolition party,
affords matter for grave consideration, to
southern Voters. This is the same Martin
VanBuren whose'name has been vocifer-
ated so long and so loud by the Democratic
party throughout the Southern States, as
the Northern man with Sothebn princi-
ples." The echoes of his laudation have
hardly had time to die Upon our ears, before
we find this great friend bf.the SouiIthi irray-
ed in fearful hostility to our institutions.-
What have tlhepatent leaders of the Demo-
cracy to reply to this? Where istheir excuse
for deceiving the Southetn people and em-
perilling theiir rights in this matter. The
leaders of the Southern Democracy have
much'to~retract-haVe mtach cause to humi-
liate themselves in view of the manifest
evils that must have be'allea us had their
efforts and influence been iiuc..-s.eil. But
the election of the lamented Harrson pre-
vented the evils then pending over us. But
such an escape from impending calamity
should not soon be forgotten. It behooves
us to scan caie~lly the charters of the-men
who are presented for our suppi)rl, and itoi
believe too much in ithe professions of candi-
dates for the Presidency, when their educa-
tion, associations and affinities are known to
have been in an. alwOf'plbhare not usually very
promotive of feelings or ptiheiples favorable
to Southern Institutlohs. And it is hard-
ly worth while to advise ihe Democratlic
Party, after Ihe exemplificalmion Ii'.i t,-.
them, in the case of M. Van Bureit, that
they ought not to place too much reliance un
the advice of their leaders. The evidence
of their ignorance or faithblessness is too alI-
parent in the recent instance referred to, for
them to assume again to direct public seti-i
ment, in a like case, wi :many claims upon
-_ ; I:, a -. !' _-It, i. .., n --- ,i, It.
erm \V h,'la i-: i itlim.g 1 ,1tt a Van B 'li)i n ale-"
now verified-confirmed by a broad-, stub
born fact and we now defy helie leaders of
Democracy, with all their sophistiry andi
plausibility to deceive the Southern people
with him ah:.iam. They will not attempt it.
But they will atlempr t o foist on you an-
other Northern mran with Southermr princi-
pies" andl that long sought specimen" is
unow exhibiteJ dlo you in the person of Lewis
Cassof Michigan. Now 1 Would as soon
expect to find a John ilnox" in the Vati-
can or a Methodist Preacher among tlie
worshipers at the Teiriple of Juggernaut as
expect to find that desire of all democratic.
eyes" a Northern maun wilh Soulhern prin-
ciples, in Ihe State of Michigan-still there
are many curiosities in nature--marine,
shells have been found upon t the top of tIhe
Allegheriny and'snow has been discovered
under a bed of lava. Still titete u're tHot the
places we nultaly go to look for them. Let
us theti examine the pretensions of this
Michiigan General and see whait clafis he
has to Southeln principles. I wiHlallov, at
the start, that Gen. Cass has a fa:il;ul
in aceotiitdatit'g himself at,-;a.',,, lo any poli-
tical circumstanceS that fnay happen to s.uti-
rottnd him ; no matter how cmtti-armiant they
may. be'. This I call "' a facjile adaop)tabiti-
ty" of character. We hav' hi beau-tit'ul
illustration of this in his recent embassy to
the Court of Louis Philhippe. Hie left our
Republican shores,an uitrami oiis Deuno-
crat. No sooner, howe, er, does lie reach
France and coitie within the influence of
lRoyalhy, thami hel becomes the dn~sT obse-
quious attendant upon. the Court, a'nd his
transformation was so sudden atrnd So thor-

brought to the plils inder -.bono ad a nort2
gage." Let them come wili the boldnress .
and indel)enenece of Fr,'emen, not ae the
bond--slaves ,of party. and your vote will be -
ail honor 4o liim and a glory to yo'u. L

[Trtanniited by Telegr:,ph.]
The great Barnburners' Convention as-
sembiled at Utica on th 2-2.1 ulh., Sairituel
Yoing, Presilem- ni, l ,olone tihi aam.nd dele-
gatvesin atte-odence. A letter was reid from
Martin Vati Burerideclhairag that he aould
%tl st iai i ,t her'C:iss or 'T'aVlnr. -
'n ilhe -231. a papl)er was re-ad lerfianding
the nimI, n:tiriitraof'Mr. Van Butien lor Pres-
ident on (lthe ground i hai lie Alarc power
broke him dowhn in 1T44, and that he naoht
break thlit i 'la'a in 1846. ,. : ..
A'eordiijalx Ithe c-onvenmion nnminaled '
Mr. Van B' the Presidency and Ex-
GiovernDr Dodk'e of \Visiontisin or the Vice
,Presidency. \Mr. Van Bucen accepted the
nomin.iun nd inmay v ilierefore be regarded a,
as fairly in the field.' So mucIh Ilor a North-r i
ern min with Southern principles.-[Ma.-
con Jour. and M1essenger.

STRAW.'-Married wl Buffalo omn the 171h
ull., J. A. Drowning t'o Mary A Straw.

the Presidency one of their fellow-citizens,
.unless they .knew he- was u'ith them on the. "-
Slavery question? Then, again, the De-" ;
mocracy boasit that they will carry Ohio,
and the friends ofGen. Tay4or ,are. more
fearful of the issue there than in any other
State; and why is ihis?;'Ohio is usuaHl a
Whig State, and why then this desponden- .
cy among the Whigs and gratulation among .
the Democrats, in view of the contest there" a
Assuredly because they believe hiat 'Ge en'-
Taylor's known pro-slavery feelingswill op-
erate against him, and in fJzorof Cass. It
is hard to -believe that the -Democ.acy ay 6
Michigan anid Ohio- would stultify therii-'
selves by supporting a man opposed to their.
fundamental and vital article of their creed.
Beside this, Geo. Cass was .1i arowed friend
of the Wilmnot Proviso only eighteen
months ago. But we are told of a sudden
conversion on this question very recently;
When I hear of sudden changes of -opiz^ J
nion, affecting cardinal l)rinciples of' policy,
am6ng young imen-tyros in politics-I icat
readily, credit it; because, .-in the exhuhe-
rance oftyouth, the feelings too. dften get
ahead' r t ie judiment- but when 1 hea'
that 'lie rigid mtiscle, tihe grey head, i ihe
cautious bid marat, makes d sudden revolu-
tion, an unaecointahle stspleion and alarm
-eites me, such 9s wouldd b Wvitness te -
a siimpgo down. at ea'
When Heav'eriis all iran-quility." ; : .
My- mind at once aflnxiously seeks the
tause--it nmtt h.ive Somle potent; new and
com ineinig reason, and if thli;t is not furnish-
ed I reluctantly fall aick upon the selfish.
motive of expediency. And' as (Gen. Cas
has not fii', -lied us with iis experience
during this Iransitinn (which Ihe ought to
have done for the benefit of oilier N,,r hbrr
h)en wvlm ihight Sjh io artuiihe Soulthern
.iicil.l's) 1 shai'-Ibe conmi'elld to think
that ambi'-dextrous leile, bf his was "let
oti't" to catch S ortlh rofi at grvoms. ". ;'*'*';
[Forlthe CommercalA'.e-flsr :''-
MR. EItiiTUR'-,A person .Iigo-'tedi to
m e 1.1 l,.y the i,,,,ti,-i'y of-t llihrg a tnitetiig
of our friends, Ib r ,iri tie- n.iiinaiion tr
ZACHARY ktAitoitor tihe Pre.iolej"tc', ahild
"tIb to forth a aotgh and :e;ialy Cnlu,. I
,l'ii'pi ,,,el 6f it. as aliogeilaer ,,,a,,cessary.
'Pl e notminalibn of '"Old Zich" hmis r'cei-
ved a r i .i,"i iij in ihe hearts oflilie Iei)t',
rrniom ]aihe to Tx.L'-, hd his friends f1f e-I. v
whei- ling tg t hiim.iI as .ith l -l.ils of.,mepl."
He was nei' faVforite iiitilh he wire
plnllit.' and iiu-y I',,liti(.hain I ofeitll~er larty;
bul thlie people WI.mld have his no iinalion;
and the p-oplt wvill ste Ih;,t he .is elect-il.
TlI,, old tman ;ivatis t1o apers signed, seal-
ed and wvitncsscd, io hold his snpp)ou'tis lo.
" f- 4 -g,,t"'"**; "'l 1 ,,.. .,;,,,, n'i_- r,,
be drawn" i' ii ,,.-1] li| e fi ,, I i tli- P,Bilo a a- ~ "
phtr ahd E ig, .r t of' Louis Ph. illipjl e fr-ntri
dodging ; but titi so w'mh tip hr lainlics (1i old
ouena Vislti 'he has a bond ill iie~iffec-
tiohs (if thle people more .bndimging-,in .l ;-l
the foul-i '' .tli ali ano1 of -cunnin |i.- litiO
ecians. tu in nti Case, anid .i tder in0 cii-
cu mstannces, adl se the protprt)rey, )l, pili-
tial -afft';irs:, of' i igllilg-; 1 t i t0IaI, A'o i. 1 t
is thIe o41ect of e -acting it, C (.'.,m it be a
pririotic oht, IhtIs,, in ithe Outset of a cam-'
p'igi, to fetiter iPubl'ic -eiuiiieilln 1 by in- i'tra-
ges on the" i,,.,I of men. II f ipii lei,,,e be-
lieve in the .i oen,.il, of their va ,Ii. .e, why
show distrust i'h the pelimaneaiey of hiS
popularity, by resorting to -cilh l |oilicat
trickery as getting then t6 sign ; p.ilper ard
obligate themsestes not. 1to0' li.ih .i; their
iniii'l, in six i-m iils ? lIl It is nlillnad il the
leaders of the Cas'. party -to place the peo- .
pie again in a" dli-liiiin. Gen. (.'ass ha\
already re|".,1liated one of .tlieir :,direltja|
d(oc'trines-the der-toi0ct.ic cieed of Fratak-
hlin has, aillain six ty d ml '. be,_in ralica lly al-
tered to aeiommodate thl.e pec u liar Ot ionn
lf' Gen. Cmss, and who ktmima hut the fr/i/h
may suffer sundry other e-nminlaitions Ibeloie
nexl fall. The best wa\ ,s I1. driw lp [lte
pjedfge only to s'(ppil,, .Gen. and .iny.,
sentlmini'- and dxyetrinu-s lie imay div ii e
befw-ed oD w and thI" eleci.ii,, --thli, wll I.,e,/u
th6 parties u under ,iiiv ai'p|)ec' ol |0lilceai
character thie G ,:meracl i i,, lih.l|[>eu to pre-
sent. **. .- ;*- ^ .
But I advfike the silufirrers of Old
Z.,ch" to keelp thfith fr,)i h iper-ther- .
olJ Heto woulI seoin any f,,en, ul his wvho
wo ,,dd sug se_-:. that his ivoiers lho ,Ild be' *



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^ --- _matter whether the result cf inherent cause or ITHE WHIG BUGLE."
causes produced by irregularity, illness or acci-
dent. Nothing can be more surprising than its FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
Invigorating eftfects on the human frame. Per- OF 1848.
SAsonsi all weakness aod lassitude, from taking it, --
at once become robust arid fuil of' energy under lly FIFTY CENTS for the Campaign.
*-^ ^^ ^ ^ fiaSiIl~f9 its influence. It immediately counteracts the h-
7fli llla 1 B K nervelessness of the female iraime, which is the ihe undrsigned proposes to commence thepub-
||a a real cause of Barrenn;ess. It will nut be ex- location of a paper to be called THE WHIG
llilli lii pected of us, in cases ot so delicate a nature, to BUGLE," at Harrisbirg, Pa., on the 1st of April
IEU YIARIaL I- A a exhibit certificates f cures performed but we next, to be continued weekly untilafter the Pres-
I&iB ^ca asure the afflicted, that hundreds ol cases idenlial Election, at the low price of FIFTY
111111 Tfiff W I have been reported to us. Thousands of cases S for the Capagn.
ii I, _I.IS.X= woiere fainilies have been withoutt children, alter_ TheWn m BUGLE will be similar in appear-
Susing a few bottles of this invaluable minedicine,'ance ard spirit to "The Clay Bugle," published
have been blessed with fine, healthy offspring. [ hthe undersigned in the campaign of 1844, and,
Tao ffliotlers anal irried.Ladief. as its name indicates, will be especially devoted
Dr. Townsend Saz a ila. This Extract of Srsapailla has been express to the dissemination of Whig Principles. It will
Wonder and Blessing of the Age. ea-ed in reference to fenmaile comnplaiints. '-No i advocate the nomination of the gallant General
The mostextraldinary Medicine in the World! feale ho has reasontosupposesheispproah-ZACwIARY TAYLOR for the Presidendy, but
This Extract is put up in Quart Bottles : it is six ing that critical period, The turn of lifte," wth eld a hearty supportvto'the nominees of
times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted su- should neglect to take it, as it is a certain pre- the appropriate Whig Conventions for President,
.ptior'lo any sold. It cures without tentative for any of the numerous and horrible Vice President and Canal Commissioner
'vomiting, purging, siekeniigcr diseases to which females are this time The 'Vhig candidate for the Presidency in
debilitating the Patient. of lie. This period may be delayed several 1848 is already designated in many of the States
oftheI'itheeaisaerisdAR TAYeOde/ayrd several
The great beauty and superinoTityofiSarsa- y(ars by using this medicine. Ncr is it less val- ot the Union-and ZACHARY TAYLOR is the
,parilla over all other medicines is, that while it able for those who are approaching womanhood, choice ofT a very large majority of the American
'eradicatesithe disease, it invigorates the body. It as it is calculated to assist nature, by quickenin people. This preference for the Old Hero is
ris one of the very best the bloor and invigorating the system. Indeed, both ntual and right; for it is founded in a
*SPRING AND SrMME. MEDiCINES geteful sense oflorg and distinguished services
SPRING AND SUJMMER. MFINDCINES this medicine is invaluable for all the delicate ge1, S';t~tiegdd;,tne:hd 7_
'Ever known; it not onl5 purifies the whole s.- disease to which women are subject. lte endered on the fieldof battle, whera he has dis-
dtminstegtestepron'n tra es~ st ihwmnaesbet l uaiy n ugeto h
tem, and strengthens the person. -but it creates e whole system, renews permanent- played courage, humanity, and judgment of the
new, pure and rich blood: a power possessed by v tie natural h highest order.
no other medicine. And in this lies the grand e e, n riung a to po The fameand services of the galland Old Rough
Secret tf its woine 0lful success, it n 0 t)erfor0e; duce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of and Ready are fresh and National, anrid have found
deep response in all hearts. He has already
withini the last five yieirs, more thcn 100,0 ln104medicines taken for female weakness and p Pse in all hearts. He has already
cures of severe cases of disea: at l een orally nominated by the Legislatures and
IrI, disease. By using a few bottles of this medicine, re
,were considered incurable. It lhas -saved tie lives anv severe and ainul surgical oe osmav sate Conventions of a number of States, and
..of more than -509) children d ring the two past ,vernd i options ma by tens of thousands of his countrymen, in their
Reasons, Crg es to *< 1ofrs and primary assemblies. His nomination by the
10,000 ca seW f ifxaSner sebhSiy lsx Whig National Convention is now regarded as
Chaldreti., pretty certain; and in that event his election is
aDr.1iwnants oSf NepariOla i ig .t It is the safest and most effectual medicine for su e by an overwhelming majority. He has
Dr. Townsend's Sirs parilIa invi,gzorates theie urifyinig he system, and reli-ving the II ., lair,, honestly, arid gallantly earned the highest
,whole system permanently. To-1 hose Iho hav I0" lh r' ni *faSte .I .(irly, honestly, and gallantly earned the highest
whole system ternnanenetly. 'ithe ose hoh have attend tt upon c'hild-birn h ever discovered. t 'honors of the Republic,-and a grateful people
icine or mindisclar etion cmib the eil s youth, ne slrethens boih thee-mother and hiihd, prevents will not withhold them.
iciine or indiscretion tonititted in youtdh, (Ir the~
exceie indulgence of the passions, ad bron t and disease, increases and enriches the food, Gen. ZACHRY TAYLOR is our first choice
onaexessive inadulgence fpstraSion aof le nervou ose bIo ve used it tinkit is idienae for the Presidency, but we pledge our zealous
on a general physical orstration of tlie nevou It is highly useful bth befol'e anid after confine- spprt o the nominee 6f the Whig National
Laystem,'lassitiffe, Wanut of ambitiotn, faintinrgseni- mrt si rvnsdsae tedn pnCn lttenmneo h hgNtoa
stations tprematrea dcav and decline, hastenign ment, as it prevents diseases attendant '*pon Convention, regarding unanimity of feeling and
towards that fatal rtierdo, Consumptiorn, can ie childbith-in-Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swell- concentration if effIhrt, as essential to success.
entirely thtofatal ts leaosuntit. c is of'the Feet, )espondency, Heartburn, Voin- And should TAYLOR, CLAY, SCOTT, CLAY-
entirely resored by tis least remedy. 's citing, Pain in the Back and 'Loins, False Pains, TON, or any other distinguished WhigStatesman
Sarsaparilla is far superii-' to any I hemorrhage, anrid in regulating the secretions and be selected by that body, he will receive our cor-
I 9i uvigoratin Coiditt, equalizing the circulation it has no equal The dial anid enthusiastic support. The union of
A.s it renews and invigorates the system, gives great beauty of this medicine is, it is always safe, the U 'higs fr fthe sake of tlZt Union," will be
activity to the limbs, and strength to the muscu- and the riost delicate use it most succesu4lly, our motto-our candidate, the nominee of the
.lar system, in a most extraordinary degree. very few cases require any other medicine, in W hig Y.., I, Convention.
ConsCllnptionl Cured. some a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia, is useful. Each number of THE WIUG BUGIE will con-
tCleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can be Exercise in the open air, aind ligi.t lood with this tain a large fund of POLITICAL and GENERAL
cured. Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver Corn- medicine, will always ensure a sa!e and easy con- INTELLIGENCE-and there will be infused
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spil- finement. ii., ., its columns that life and spirit-fun and
rt'insg of Blood, Snre-ness in the Chest, Hectic Vfti oteTais" .isclmsta / n ~(/y n
r ing if Blood, Swrenesis in the Chest, Hectic Notice to the LadiCes. -philosophy-wit and wisdom, that will be calcu-
Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Prouse E Those that imitate Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, lated to stamp'it as a spicy and interesting sheet.
pectoatin, Pain in the Side, &c., have been have invariably called their stuff great Remedy We are determined to make the BUGLE the most
.nd can be cured for Females, &c. &c and have copied our bills lively, spirited and efficient Whig paper at the
Spitting I Blood. and circulars which relates to the complaints of Capital of the State
New York, April 28, 1847. women, word for word-other men who put up We coil upon the Whigs of Pennsylvania, and
Dr. T'ownsnt--,e 'ily believe that your Sar- medicine, have, since the great success of Dr. of the Union, to give their aid to this enterprise.
saparHlahas beentthe meansthrough Providence, Tcwnsend's Sarsaparilla in complaints incident to Let the blasts of THE WHIG BUGLE be hoard in
of savijigmy lie. I have for several years had a females, recommended theirs, although previous- every part of the country, rousing the gallant
bad cough. It became wvorse and woive. At 1y they did not. A number of these Mixtures, Whigs to ACTION.
,last I raised large quantities of blood, had night Pills, &c., are injurious to females, as they aggre- The first number of THE WHIG BUGLE will
-sweats, and was greatly debilitated and reduced, vate disease, andt undermine the constitution, be issued in the first week in April, and weekly
and did not expect to live. I have only used your Scrofulat Cntired. thereafter, until after the Presidential election,
Sarsaparilla a short time, and there has a won- This certificate conclusively proves that this for the small sum of FIFTY CENTS fur the canm-
derful change been wrought in me. I am now Sarsaparilla has perfect control over the-mo,4t ob- paign.
able to walk all over the city. I raise no))lood, stinatie diseases of the Blood. Three persons INDUCEMENTS FOR CLUBBING
and my cough has left me. You can well ima- cured in one house is unprIecudented.
gine that I am'thankfui for these results. Three Ctliila'e_. THE WHmIG BUGLE will be furnished to cLUBS
Your obedient ser'vant,The ID1enattefloiglwrts Sxcpesor$
WYou RUSSELLnt 65 CatharineDr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I have the pleasure t the followIing low rates : Six copies for $73. tSSEsll,. toinform you that three of my children have Twelve copies for $15. Sixteen copies for 7.
Twenty-five copies for .$10. Adfor any larger
This is only one of lore thin four thousand been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex- numbers in the same proportion. All orders
This is oy one of more than four thousand cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se-
cases of Rheumtism that D. Towsend'sSars- re with had Sores : have taken only four hot- must be accompanied with the CASH. W( Any
parilla has cured, Te most severe and chronic es took the awa, for wich Ifel mys person sending a Club of' Subscribers will be en-
ahas cured, Te .Ichronitles; it ook em awa, for titled to a copy of te paper. Remittaces may
cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary under great obligation of the paper. Remittances may
Svirtues.n Yours, riespiectfullv, be niade by mail with entire safety.
James Carmming%, Esq one of the asislants ISAAC W CRAIN, 106 VWooster-st We hope the inspiring blasts of THE WHIG
in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Island, is the Opiniols of Pihyiciass BUGnI.E will be promptly and heartily responded
gentleman spoken of in the following letter: Di. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders to by our political brethren. The Bugle calls to
S 'lackwe'l's Island, Sept. 14, 1847. fi'om Physicians in diffrentpats 1of the Union. arms, arid in every part of the country the true
Dr. Townsend-Dear Sir: I have suffered ter- This is to certify Itat e, the undersigned, and gallant Whigs are buckling on their armour
ribly for nine years with the'Rheumatism; con- Physicians of the City of Albany. have in nutner- and preparing for the fight. Let 'there be no
.. .. -],,__,p.of theortranesIinouhd not eatKeyston
8iderabl of the time I could not eat, sleep or tius cases prescribed Dr. 'Townsend's Sarsaparilla, let r Wig ouwr ranks ineth s good old Keystone
walk. I had lhe utmost distresing pains, ad ad believe it to b one of the most valnab Let every g who eves a copy of this
my limbs were terribly swollenI. I have used araions in the maralbleet.p Prospectus make up and send us a club of sub-
four bottles oryour Sarsaparilla, and they have l 't P PUJIith e ar sc'ibers, and We promise them a paper well
fil P PTJING7, M. D.
done more .htan one thousand dollars worth of .T. WfLSON, M. D. worth their money and trouble. Send your or-
good. You ar6 at liber'ty'to use this for(' he ben-~ R. B3. BRIGGS,] M D. ders ear'lvy-, so as'to begin with the first number.;
efit of the afflicted. P. E ELM'ENCO"R'F, M. D. Address, C. M'CURDY,
Yours, respectfully, Albany, April 1, 1847. Harrisburg, Feb. 1848. Harrisburg, Pa:.
Fever anti A. e. uOwing to the great success and immense sale Provisions;
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is unequalled in of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a number of men 7"0 BBLS Whiskey; 10 do. Prime Pork;
cases of the ''h'ills and Fever and A.ue. The who weie formerly our Agents, have commenced 0J 10 hbis Flour; 1 cask Rice;
following letter is only one of hundreds that we making Sarsaprilla Extracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Ex- 5 superior old Reserve Whiskey;
have received from the South and West of like tracts of Yellow Dock, &c. They generally pn'at very choiceHams';
character, it up in the same shaped bottles, and some of Now landing per schr Louisa Sears, and for
Oswego, Michll., Oct 2:2, 18,'l7. them have stole and copied our advertisements, sale by E McCULLY,
Dr. Townsend : Deali Sir-I purchased tr nmy they are only worthless imitations, and shOuld be '-March 10 6 0 Water st.
wife two bottles of Sarsaparilla of your Agent, avoided. Excliange.
Mr. MeNair, of Kalamazoo, to try it for the Fe- Principa 1 Office, 126 FULTON Street Sun RAFTS n New York, Boston, Providence,
ver and Ague. Before I had finished the first l,,1i;,,,' N. Y.-; Redding & Co., 8 State street, D Phciladelphia and Balfimnore bought; and
bottle, it appeared 0o warm the blood, and every Boston ; Dyott & Sonrts, 132 North Second street, Sih Checs-oI Ne Yok sol b
other day, when the Chills and Fevrnt appeared, Philadelplhia; S. S. Hance, Druggist, Baltimore;" ght WMh o PORTER & C
they were less violent; and before she had fin- P. M. Cohen, Charhuston ; Wright & Co., 151 Agents Bankof Brunswick,
ished the bottle, she was entirely relieved, and Charters street, N. 0.; 105 South Pearl street, Dec 30 41 Water street.
she was much better than she had been before Albany; and by all the principal Druggists and
sie took the Aguie. A lady that. had been very Merchants generally throughout the United States Brushes.
sick with the Chills and Fever, bu't had broke. West Indies and the Canadas. TTAIR, Hat, Clothes, Teeth,Nail and Shaving.
them with Quinine, and was left in a very weak For sale wholesale and retail by LI. Brushes, for sale by
and distressing state, and troubled exceedingly H. F. ABELL, Feb 24 H F ABELL.
with the Ague Cake, seeing the effect that it had May 25, ]848. 19-ly Apalnchicola.
on my wife, she sent and procured a few botllts, --- ----- __....._1_tolasses.

and it restored ler in a few weeks to complete
health. Your Sarsaparilla is without doubt, ui:-
equalled in diseases incident to the West, and if
you think that this communication will be of use
you are at liberty to use it as you choose.
Yours, respectfully,
Canker in the Mouth%
Below is an account of another child saved
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla has saved the lives
of thousands of children. The following two
certificates are selected from a great number re-
ceived thia week.
New York, April 1, 1847.
pr. Townsend: Dear Sir-One of my children
'was very sick with a Canker in the Mouth and
Throat, attended with great debility It came
near dying. I obtained some of your excellent
medicine, and it cured it directly, for which I
assure you I feel very grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
ELIZABETH FOWLER, 27 Desbrosses-st
FitsI Fits! Fits !
Or. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsapa-
'illa in eases of Fits, of course never recommend
ed it, and waN surprised to receive the following
from an intelligent and respectable Farmer in
Westehest erouuly :
Fordham, August 13, 1847.
Dr. Townsend: Dear Sir-I have a little girl
*even years of age, who has hIeen several years
ftieted with Fits., we tried almost, everything
'for her, but without success; at last, although we
could find no recommendation in our circulars for
esaftlike hers, we thought, as she was in very
delicateoealth, we would give her some of your
.arsaparilla, and are very glad we did, for it not
'*My restored her' strength, but she has had no re-
turn of the Fits, to our great pleasure and sur-
,'prise. She is fast becoming rugged and hearty,
ar which we feel grateful.
Yours, respectfully,
Female 1ledleine.
S.'.r, Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign and
;peedy cure for Incipient Consumption, Barren.
'aex-.Prolapsus Uteria, or Falling of the Womb,
'Costiveness, Piles, Leucorrhcea, or Whites, ob-
atrmeted or difficult Menstruation. Incontinence
iof Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and
for the general prostration of the system-no

Agricultural Advocate-.
A weekly paper to be published in Quincy, Fa.
'THE proprietor of the QuiNci TIMEs, under
thie repeated solicitations of his patrons, who are
-mrostly comprised among the friends of Temper-
ance, Agriculture, and otlier industrial interests
of Society, has determined to devote his Journal
mure exclusively to the objects indicated by the
new title he has assumed.
The Editor 'has consented to make this change
not so much with the expectation of pecuniary
gain, as with the desire of exerting a salutary
moral influence throughout our. growing State,
in regard to subjects which he holds, of' all oth-
ers, to be of paramount importance.
The cause of Temperance; the intere-t of
Agriculture; and home industry, in all its rela-
tions and varieties-will be the'objects to which
the attention of the paper will be principally di-
reteled; and as connected with these interests,
and as hearing upon them, and as influencing
them, a review of foreign and domestic markets,
will not be overlooked
The importance of the objects and the aid
which a well conducted newspaper could afford
them, are questions which could not be fully dis-
cussed in a paper of this sort ; but it will be our
purpose to explain and enforce them in articles
original and selected which may appear in our
will not in any degree interfere with party poli-
tics. The events of the day, the passing occur-
rences of the week, he will notice with as much
truth and impartiality, as the nature of the case
will admit. He believes himself to be free from
all party bias, and he will endeavor thus to pre-
serve the columns of his paper.
The Editor proposes to enlarge very consider-
ably his paper from its pre-s.ent size, and to make
other improvements, should the patronage offered
authorize it.
Terms of Subscription.-Two dollars per an-
num in advance, or three dollars if not paid in
Quincy, Fa., May 27, 1848.

5 RBBLS superior Muscovado, for sale by
5J Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.

School Books,
FOR sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.
Cuba Tobacco Seed.
5 LBS Trbacco Seed', from the most celebrated
plantations of the Vuelta Abajo, just received
from Havana, for sale by
Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.

8 JARS very superior Spanish Olives, for sale
by E. MeCULLY,
March 16 50 Water st.

Scotch Sinu.
3 GROSS Scotch Snuff, in half bottles,just re-
ceived, for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

Aromatic Bitters.
D R BLAKE'S Aromatic Bitters, just received
an'd for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.
Seidlitz Powders.
2 GRASS Seidlitz Powders that are fresh, just
S received and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

Infusion Jar's.
A FEW Infusion Jars-every family should
have one-for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.

Letter Paper.
1 REAMS fine Letter Paper, just received
l. and for sale by
April 13 J C ALLEN.
SHEETINGS, Shirtings and. Prints, by the
baleand case, low for cash, by
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
C Razor Strops.
HAPMAN and Emerson's Strops, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 24 H F A BELL.

5f BBLS Champagne, for sale by


Franklin Circuit Court.
John W. Rinaldi, Compl't,
VS. InI hney
Daniel Smitlhand Lucy Ann In Chancery.
his wife, Resp'ts J
UT PON reading the. foregoing affidavit, it is or-
jdered that service of the foregoing bill be
perfected on the defendants in said bill mention-
ed, by publication in the Commercial Advertiser,:
or some other newspaper published in theWest-
ern District, for the space of four months, requi.
ring said defendants to appear and answer said
bill, otherwise that the same be taken pro con-
fesso. GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
April 24th, 1848.
A true copy. WM. VALLEAU, Clk.
May 4 16-4m
At Chambers,
John M. Carnochan, Plaintiff,
George K. Walker and Mary
his wife, of the State of
Florida, James E. Better BillU for account
and Ann his wife, of the and partition.
State of New York, and
Jane McMasters, of the
State of South Carolina,
U TPON affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that
the Defendants mentioned in said Bill do
not reside within this Circuit, but within the
United States: It is ordered that notice of the
institution of this suil, and the. filing ot the
amended Bill, be given in some newspaper pub-
'lished in the Circuit, for the space of four
months, and if, upon due proof of the appearance
of said notice in some newspaper so published
for the time mentioned, the said defendants do
not appear to said bill by the next ruleday,which
shall come aftor twenty days from the expiration
of said period of four months, it is further or-
dered, that the sarbe be taken as confessed
against them.
GEO. S. HAWKINS, Judge, &c.
Comnpl'ts Solicii ors.
A True Copy. WM. VALLEAU,
Dec 30. 50-4 m Clerk.

Franklin Circuit Court.
The President and Directors of.'
the Bank of Pensacola, In Chancery.
Hiram Manley, and others. j
At Chambers, 24th March, 1848.
U PON reading the Bill and Exhibits, filed in
this cause, It is ordered, that service of said
bill be perfected on Hiram Manley, one of' the
defendants, who appears from the affidavit filed
herein, to be a resident of the Middle District of
Flornida, by publication in thIe newspaper pub.
lished in the city of Apalachicola, for the space
of two months, requiring said Manley to be and
appear before the Court on the first Monday in
June next, and answer said bill, otherwise the
same will be taken pro conltesso as to him.
A True Copy.
March 30, 18418. 11-2m
Calhoun County Tax Sale.
Y virtue of the power vested in me by law,
I will expose for sale, before the Court-house
door, in the county of Calhounon the first Mon-
day of August, 1848, the following described
property, or so much thereof as will pay the
State and County tax due thereon for the year
1847, to-wft':
The S W I of Section 5, Township 1, Range 9.
N & W, jdiinn: the lands of Steuhen Richards,
purporting to belong to J W. Williamson.
Also, theN W I of Section 8, Township 1,
Range 9, N & W, and the W j of the S W 4 of
Section 5, Township 1, Range 9, N & W, pur-
puting to belong to Win. Wyatt.
Also, 80 acres of first rate land, number ndt
known, purporting to belong to J. & B. F. Pettey.
Also, 80 acres second rate land, number not
known, purporting to belong to Jas. T. Eveuns'
Also, 547 acres first rate land, number not'
known, purporting to belong to Call & Gamble.
Also, 80 acres first rate land, number not
known, purporting to belong to Siml. Parkhill.
ISAAC JACKSON; Sheriff and
Ex-Otficio Tax Collector C. C.
May 1, 1848. l6tds

Blank Books and Stationery.
LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, &c.
50 reams Fools.cap and Letter Paper;
Cotton Memorandum Books;
Ship and River Bills Lading;
Books for Letter Press.
Blank Bills of Exchange and Checks,
Just received and for sale by
March 1 H F. ABELL.

HIIULL'S superior single and double Trusses,
i for sale by
Feb17 H F ABELL.
Thompson's Conipound Syrup of
Tar and Wood Nlaptha,
OR the cure of consumption, chronic, bron-
chitis, asthma, whoo;)ing cough, palpitat ion,
of the heart, liver complaints, and affections of
the kidneys, for sale by
Feb 10 J C ALLEN.
CASTILE Soap for sale by
S Feb 24, H F ABELL.

ADE on shipments of Cotton to Liverpool,
Havre, New York and Boston, by
Dec 16 D. B. WOOl) & CO.
Hydrastatic Ink Fountain.
A FEW Hydrostatic Ink Fountains, Pen Racks,
Sand Boxes, Paper Folders, Stamps, Seals,
Paper Clasps, Weights, &c. for sale by
Nov 18 J C ALLEN.
f OZ. Sulp. Quinine, just received and for
30.J sale by
April 27 H F ABELL.

A SPLENDID article of Ground Mustard, in
tin boxes, for sale by
April 27 H F ABELL.

Gold Pens.
A FEW of Woodward & Brother's superior
Gold Pens, just received and for sale by
October 21. J C. ALLEN
Claret Wine.
25 DOZ. superior Table Claret, received per
2 schr. Monterey, and tor sale by
May 18 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.
School BUoks.
CHOOL BOOKS, of all kindQ, just rec'd by
S Nov l J. C. ALLEN.

Bacon, Floue, Sui'ar, Coffee and
ALWAYS on hand, and for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.

Swayra & Wistar's
C OMPOUND Syrup of Wild Cherry, just re-
ceived and for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.

New Orleans Sugar.
HHDS. prime N. 0. Sugar, receiver per schr
Mpontery, and for sale by
May 18 E. McCTLLY, 50 Water st.

RUflal oticc ,

October 14, 1547. 39ff Apatachicola

Groceries, &c.
UST received from New York, per brig Alaba-
ma, a general assortment of Groceries, &c.
consisting in part as follows, viz:
Crushed SugarI',, 'a fine ai'ticle,"
Pickles, assorted, Lemon Syrup,
Cog. Brandy ," a super. article,"
Corn. do.
Holland Gin, of 'the best quality;
Northern Gin, Peach Brandy,
S't. Croix and .Jamaica Rum,
Maderia, Port and Malaga Wiies,
Soap, Candles and Starch,
N. 0. Rectified Whiskey,
Brown N. 0. Muscovado'and St. Croix Sugar,
Bacon Sides, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold lok 'by
Nov 11 50 Witer' st.
Groceries and Ship.Stores.
'RIO COFFEE, Java do; St. Domingo do,
lK Northern Flour, Western do; N 0 Sugar,
St. Croix do, Porto Rico do, Young Hyson Tea,
Hyson do. Powchong do, Souchong do, Goshen
Butter Cheese, Lard-, Bacon Hams; SIdes, Shoul-
ders, Molasses, Whiskey, Mess and Prime Beef,
Mess and Prime Pork, Mackerel Shad, Salmon,
Herring, Sounds and Tongues, Cod Fish Tongues,
Pepper, Spices, Catsups, Pepper Sauce, Olives,
Capers; Pickles, Soap, Starch, Tobacco. Navy
Bread, Pilot do, Cradkers, Vinegar, Dried Fruits,.
Beans, Salt. Raisens, Macaroni, Vermacelli, Ar-
row Root, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Mustard, Rice.
For sale by B. ELLISON & CO
Dec 9 Cor. Watet iand Chestnut sts._.

Dry Goods.
THE subscribers offer for sale a large and sea-
sonable stock of Dry Goods, consisting in
part of
Negro Kerseys and Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Bangups and Tweeds,
Super plain black and fancy Casameres,
Super English and French Cloths,
Whitney Blankets, 10, 11 and 12qrs
Duffil Blankets, 8, 9 and 10 qrs.
Matrseilles Quilts, 9, 10, 11 and 12 qrs,
Denims, Kremlins and Cottonades,
Brown Shirting and Sheeting,
Cotton Osnaburgs,
Cotton Drilling and Ticking,
Linen and Cotton Checks,
Irish Linen, Shirting and Sheeting,
Bleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting,
English, French and American Prints,
Extra 3uper, plain 'and twilled Ginghamns,
Sdper Cashmere d'Ecosse,
Extra super Muslin de Laine,
English, Scotch and American do.
Super Italian black and figured Silks,
Black Silk Cravats and fan'cv Hkfs,
Super English and Pongee Silk Hkfs,
English and American Cotton Hkfs,
Madras and Verona head Hkfs,
Ladies' Cotton Hose and Gents Hf-hose,
Super Satin, Marseilles & Worsted Vestings,
Cotton and Flax Thread,
Plain and fig'd Swiss and checked 'MIuslins,
Jaconet and Cambric Muslirs,
Needles, Pins, Tape, &c. &c
Which have been selected with great care in
New York and Boston, from Importersand Agents
of Manufacturers, at the lowest market rates, and
are now offered at wholesale or etail on favorable
terms by WM. G. PORTER & Co.
Dec. 30, 1847. 41 Water street.
THE Subscribers take this method of inform-
ing the citizens of Apalachicola and its vi-
cinity, that they have now on hand a very neat
'and wellselected Stock of GOODS, which will be
Cloth's and Cassimeres, various styles,
Fancy Prints, do. do.
Alapaca Lustre; do. Figured,
Silks, Frode Ryne,
do. Montella
do. Satin Striped
Fancy Cashmere Robes
do. Merino do.
do. Delaine do.
Muslins, India Book
do. Swiss, Luce and Colored
Edgings, Lisle, Cap and Thread
Shawls, Damask Silk
do. Marino,
do. Plaid Wool
Kid, Lace and Silk Gloves
Tuskan Gipsey Bonnets,latest fashioh
Ribbons in all varieties
Brown Shirting, 7-8, 4-4 and 3-4
Bleached do. 7-8, 5-4, 4-4, 10-4 and 11-4
Blankets, 6-4 and 8-4
Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting
Carpet Bags
Hats and Cars. all styles
Boots and Shoes
Clothing ol all kinds.
Also; a neat assortment of JEWEL'R'Y, arid"
many dther articles too nurnmdrous to mention.
Call and examine for ourselves.
Dec 2A Cdr. Water and Centre sts.
B. Ellison & Co., Cor. Water fti&
Chestiinut sts.
M/ANILLA and Hemp Cordage of aTl- sizes,
UL_ Hambroline, Wormline, Mailine, Spun-
yarn, ()akum. Sperrn Oil, F all do, Whale do, Olive
do, Linseed do, Raw do, Boilpd do, Spirits Tur-
pentine, Paints, XWindow Glass, Putty, White
Lead, Red do, Yellow Ochre, Chrome Green,
Bmerald do, Imperial do, Chromte Yellow, Ver-
digris, Lith.rage, Sulphur, Bright Varnish, Copal
do, Tar, Roanih, Pitch, Turpentine,'Coal, Paint
Brushes, Varnish do, Tardo, Scrub do. 'Clamp do,
Lamp Black, Chalk, Wlifihg-, Russia Duck. Eng-
lish do, Cotton do, Heavy Ravens do, Light do,
White, Blue and Rled Bo6finig, Nails, Copper do,
do Tacks, Ship Spikes, Boat do, Brads, Screws,
Jack Screws, Anchors, Handspikes, Capstadn
Bars, Oars, Blocks, Shives, Jib Hanks, Hand
Pumps, Deck Buckets, Cedar do, Deck Brooms,'
Corn do, Caulking Mallets, Sarvifigdo, Axes, A&x
Shelves, Hlooks and Thimbles, Box Hooks, Bale do-,
Can do. Cotton do, Boat do, Fish do, Caulking
Irons, Making Irons,-Marline Spikes. Ship Scra-
pers, Bung Dippers. Cook's Ladles, 'Tormentors,
Dividers, Compasses, Sail Nee-dies, Sail Twine,
Seine do, Sewing do, Palms, Rigging Leather,
Pump do, Shovel-. H1irnior-. Hatchets. Chisels,
A "gurs, Planes, 1-1 ...'[,.v,, 'I riblets, Tlandsav
Files, Rat Tail do, Iron Squares, Cupboard Locks,
Stock do, Hooks and Staples, Hinges. Padlocks,
Wood Saws, Pendant Hanlyards, Hand Lines,
Deep Sea do, Log do, Fish do, Hand Leads, Deep
Sea do, Sheet do, Bar do, Funnels, Lanthorns,
Chalk Lines, Pitch Pots, Log Books, Cargo do,
Belaying Pins, Tin Ware, Crockery, Ca:pe'iter's
Tools, Sampson Posts, &'c c.
Apalachicola, Dec 9, 184t
Net antd Twine Manik cturiiig
(Up Stairs,) BOSTON.
Manufacturers and Dealers in B'ryan'N Pa'tent
1'wine Stands, Post Office Twines, Baleing and
Bundle Twines, McCarty's Cotton Herring Twine,
Cotton Seine Twine, Tanned an'd Untanred, Flax
Her-ing Twine, Hawse'r arid qlr..t 1-! .,.'l Mack-
erel Lines; Herring- Pohagan Shad. Aass', and
Dip Nets. Government Seinos with Bags; Cod,
Herring, Mackerel, Shad, and. Menhaden Seines',
N. B. ,Nets and Seinies knit to order at short
notice. B. ELLISON & Co., Agents,
October 14, 1847. 39tf Apalachicota

Underwood & Caigh,

J RESPECTFULLY oflert heir ser-
y vices to the citizens oh Apalachi=
cola, and the county of Franklin
S generally, in the line of tehir pro.
fession. Having monthly com'n-
\ inication with the principal
Northern cities, they will be ena.
Hbled to furnish their patrons at all
i .|j a 'timeswith the NEWEST AND LA-
.. '-Tgr PLATES OF FASHION, reciv-
ed monthly, showiiig ht a view the most Fashion.
able Styles o'f Dress, 'which will be a decided
advantage to a fashionable community.
N. B. Genllemens' Morning Gowns and Eve-
ning Wrappers made to order; Cloaks of every
description made in the usual forms of the day;
Walking and Riding Gaitors made in a superior
manner; Tunic Dresses and Boys' Clothes of
every description made in a neat and fashion'HJle
style. All garments made at this establishment
warranted to fit.
W- Shop, Second Story Baltzell' Buildings.
Entrance on Chestnut street.
October 14, 1847. 39-6m
j" A plate of FPI and Winter Fashions just
Second Story Baltzell's Buildings,
'.-(Entrance on Chestnut-st )
N B Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
r'*-In'-t' October 21. 1847.

Bowling -Saloon and Bililiard
rp-fH'fE 13irolridtor of' the "Athenmum Bowling
I Saloon" has used every endeavor to make
the-establishment an agreeable place of resort-'
and's thankful that an vevr discriminating pub--
lic prove by'libe41 patronage their appreciation
of [,is d.-i.' to please., He will always keep h
choice assortment of Li..'..r, and refi'eIhin,
beverage's, of a 16rt'to'tickle the palates of Ol0
Bacchur' mot iA-j.ri,,. sons'; and Oysters
cool arm d,.!,'iir,7.,'rre, frdnm their native banks.
For a 1,_il i- .,.i c n t.i r i ,ii i f 'exercise n
amusemenrt--'iti/e curn 0,',- -'t-here fs rnothirii
within the cir,. I.- of gymnastics 'to 'corn are with
a game of ten pins; but tl,.-., pili-rrig lesA
active amusement's, can always take a hand.
"Coime one'-cojme aul."
X ol1N B. JONES.
Apalachicolh, De'. 30, 1847. 50-tf
ApalacMfoa iiE exchange.
THE subscriber informs his t'riend'-
Sand the public in genrie'al. that he has 'be'..
come the Proprietor of 'this above %%I'l
kn6wvn house, and w-ill be pleased toe 'nr,mrlai,
.,i,% of the travelling community that may fa'voti
him '.ith theic custom, and will also ac.or6f'iriO-_
date resident boarders. 'The bar will alwvavs 'b
supplied with genuine liquors of the choijc'ls
Apalachicola, Nov. 14, 1847. ` .
Military, Fire Caps, and Fire
Bucket 1M attufactory.
ENRY T. GRATACAP, continues to manu-
factu-re at his old stand, No, 392 Broadwa',-
New York,'the following articles: l\lillaryv'Caps,
Belts, Body and Breast Plates,. Cartridge 0'Boxes,
,nai,.. :l,, Priming Wires, Scabbards, Saddle
'C1hths, Holsters, Bridles, Gun Cases, Fire Caps-
Bear Skin Caps, &c. &c.
Military and Fire Comipanife about forming, or
contemp'la4te changing their Uniformns, can b-
supplied wvith Patterii Caps, by addressing -th6l
above, at the shortest notice, on t he most reasonn-
hble terms. May 4, l,6-6t.,

Coffee. -'f
"i00 SACKS Rio, Havana, an'd St. Dorriigno
100 Cofiee, for sale low by
Dec 23 E McCULLY.
Wines *i6 Consigamilneiii.
JUST received pel ship Marianna, tand foi
sale.!ow for cash- : ,
10 balke'ts Hiedsick Champagne, : .
5 cases pld Pale Port Wine',
5 San'derilaii's ,, ,,
10 Duff Gordon Sherry Wine',
10 old East India Maderia Wine,-
6 '" Old Sicily Maderia Wine, by
March E McCULLY.
Foor Saie.
SBBLS Hay now hiding from s1 itr Flori-
-' U diani. Appiyy to..
Dec 23 NOURSE, SrT(_NE & Co.
Lemon Sy.'up.
. B RAY'S superior Lemon syrup,just received
Sand for sale by
Feb 17 H F ABELL.
Western, Prodauce.
ST. LOUIS Flour, Ohio do, Lard, Whikey,
KJ Sugar, choice and prime. Molasses. Pork, mes-
and prme, Bacon, Hams, Sides ant Shoulders, for
sale by B. ELLISON & Coo. .
Dec 9. ..Cor.-Water and Chesmnut cts.

Dec 9. Cor. 'W'ater and Che~rnnit ~ts.

S Guiava Jellies.
1N different sized boxes, just received from Ha
Svana, and for sale by .
Dec 23 : E McCULLY.

2 BBLS WVi.kev; Iu hblk Molasse4;
I tierce Rice, ju-I rec'di and for .dalep by
Jan 6 E. McCULLI', 50 Waler st.

S COTCH, nd Macafov, in botlles and blad-
d..-rs, just received and fcr sale by .
, Feb 7. "" "HFABELL-,.

Dr'. Woodnruff's %VWomn Specifici,
A SAFE and etlicient remedy for %oims, lur
-A sale by .
. P 1 1 T r' ATr U'K

r- 1 n. I J U -1 1 A 1_ ,
SPRING and Thumb ,Lancets, just received The Indians' .Elixir,
Sand for sale by A CERTAIN remedy for chill and fever, for
Feb 24 H'F'ABELL., sale by ,: .
Tanners'il, Feb 3 'JC ALLEN.
FOR sale by ALAD OIL, just receivedand- for sale by
Dec 30 B-ELLISON & Co. Apr1 17 H. F. AB9LL


Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, &c.
THE undersigned returns his thanks
to his friends and the public for their
liberal patronage, and begs to inform
that he is now receiving an addition-
al supply, which added to his former'
stock, renders his assortment unusually large'
and complete. English, French, German and
American Drugs; Cosmetics; Perfumery; Glass
and Druggists Glass ware, &c., &c., are oflere?
to Physicians, Country Merchants and others or ,
the most liberal terms-all of which he warrant"
pure and unadulterated.
1 H. F. ABELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
45 Water street.
Apalachicola, Nov. 21, 1846.
Drugs and Medicines.
^ THE subscriber has, and will
constantly have, on hand, a complete
assortment of DRUGS and MEDI-
CINES, which he will warrant pure
and of the best quality. Country
Merchants and Planters will find ft
to their advantage to call, examine and price his
*GQods, before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. Physician's prescriptions put up wilh
'caire and accuracy at any hour of thedav or night.
._-,March :21 Cor. Centre and Commerce sts.



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Address, d t .t A.- GODEY,
SNo. 113 Chestiiut street, Philadelphia.
January, 1848.
A weekly paper, designed to advocate the election
"6f ZAqHA,Y TAYLOR, of Louisiana, to the
Presidency of the United States.

The under igneA proposes to publish a politi-
cal, paper in-the city of Tuscaloosa, to be issued
weekly during the ensuing presidential campaign,
to be entitled as ahove, end t6 be devoted to the
'iupport,6f M'j. en. Zachary Taylor, as the
people's candidate for the presidency.
""Tnrr OLD ZAcH'" will endea'v'or to prosecute
khe corning political war, in Alabarfa, as the
Union ha, so. often threatened to prosecute the
war in Mexico, "with vigor," with great vi-
gor,' ,'ih Increased vigor.'! Whenever the
:d veteran shall be set 'ipun ty the 'yrfMlidons
of power, 1THE OLD ZACH" will stand up to
bhe mark, 'and endeavor to give in return, "a
little more grape, Capt. Bragg." ) ,
That the contest will be a successSlu?1k f
.ndprsign.,d entertains no doubt. Herespectfullv-
plicits the attention of ill the friends of Gen.
,.Taylor, in this r->d adjoining, States, and espe-
'1ally' of lthe "R',tlmh and Ready Clubs," now
Forming in various places, to this Prns)ectus.
-:t is desirable that subscribers should make
known theiti names and post offices as early as
,, -TlOLD Z.k:" willbe published until the
.:,election, at the moderate price of ONE D6r.a.R,
, advance-, For a remittance of $25
klirtrcntpiewilie -fornished; for $40 fifty co.
pies; and for $75 one 'fiadred 6optes.
A slepcimaen M.n'tber will be i'sied onn 13th
March, which wilB be extensively distribn'td.
*-t~ -V. ,, 1. M. D. J. SLADE.
-TfscaIoosa, eb. 16, 1848. -

Jusuifiqr m~fyectorm.

Win. G. Porter & Co.
No. 41 Water street,
Dec 30 Apalachicola, Fa
k. i,. Nourse, H. B. Stone, H. W. Broo
Nourse, Stone & Co.,
No. 46 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fla
Lockhaart.& Yoilung,
No. 53 Water street,
riov21 Apalachicola, Fla
Hari'er & itol!ihes,
.- Jgent.s jor the
'of the City .qof Vew York,
No. 51 Water street,
Dec 12 Apalachicola, Fa.

IL F. Abel,
O-ILS, GLASS, &c., &c.
Atlso-. A. -ieral assortment of Statinery.
C ir. of Chestnut and Water streets,,.
Aoril 11 Apalachicola, Fa.

aci 1i 11ni1 Salter, -..-
No. 43 Water street-Up stai;s,* ,
Dsc. 1, 1847. Apalachic6la, Fla.

.J'. C. Allen,
Wholesale and RetailjDealer in
GLASS, BRlUSHES, &c. &c.
.alsd ,
A general assortment of
co.i-. of Chesnht & Commerce streets,
Dec 4 Apalachicola, Fla.

."B. S. lawiley, .-
.-... N. ,o. 28 W after .treet, ----.
C 5 -_ .... Analachicola, Fa.


Averr A& ,one&,
No. 43 Water 1'-eht.
Dec 5. Ap-ilachicola, Fa.
l3ENJAMIN Er.T'roty. WiL.tAM A. Woo
R. Elliso]n & Co.,
Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
De6.9 A ..lahicola. Fa.



Elward MJCuilly,
I No. 50 Water street.
Nov I'l Apalachicola, Fa.
F' ". F z' m'Ci uili'.

S No. 50 Water street.
Nov 11 Apalachicola, Fla.

lT[Calla & Riomain,
No. 9 Columbus Block.
Nov. 18 Aoalachicola, Fla.

S. 1M. Nickerson,
No. 1 Columbus Block,
bec. 23 Apalachicola, Fa.,

Underwood & Caigli,
TA I L 0R ,
Apaacehicola, Fa.
(J- All orders attended to with punctuality
and despatch. Jan. 20

Ml7. N, Scott & Brother,

HATS; &c.,
Cor. Water and Cent're-st'reets,
Dec 2 3 Apalachicola, Fa.
A. Dodge,
No. 40 Water Sereet,

Dec 23.

Apalachicola, Fa.

Sinis & Cheever,
Office No. 36 Water street..
dec23 Apalachicola, Fla.

iiibei-ts', Allen & Co.,
Adi Manuf/icture's of,Tin, Iron, ald Cop-
eper Vtares..

Dec 24

Apalachicola, Fa.

Charles Rogers John Munn. Eugene W. Rogers.
S Chas. Rogers & Co.,
dec Wateir street,
dec 2 Analatehicola, Fa-

W. I. Defolois.
No. 44 Water-street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola, Fa.

A. N McKay & Co.
No. 40 Water-street,
Doec 15 : 'Apalachicola, Fa.

I. Day & Co.,
No. 52 Water street,
Dec 2 Apalachicola,'Fa.
@3- Agents for LLOYDS ; also, Agents tpor he
"2Etna InsuranceCo." the "Protection Iqsurance
Co." and the "Hartord'Insurance Co." Hartford
J. II. & J. 171. 11(111,
No. 48 Water street,

O@3- May be found at his residence, corner of
Centre and High streets, opposite the Mansion
House. Nov 8.










A. G. Semnmes,
03- Office, V'o. 2 Capt. Summon's Building
cor. of Centre & Commercestreets.
nov5 Apalachicola, Fla.

T HE Copartnership, heretofore existing be-
I tween the subscribers, under the firm of D.
B. WOOD & CO., expires this day. The affairs
of the concern will be liquidated by N. J. De-
blois. D. B. WOOD,
Apalachicola, April 13, 1848.

Dr. Woodruff's Dysentary Coi
FOF Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Cholera Morbu
,Chsiira Infanturnm, and stimmer complaint
chil'reii, fdr Sl' by .
Feb 3 J. C. ALLEN.



Sar~aiar~ iilii.
BULL'S, Sand's, Bristol's and Bailey's com-
pound fluid extract of Sarsaparilla, just re-
:eived, and for sale by
lFeb 17 H F ABELL.
Dr. Woodruff's Antibillious Veg-
etable Life Pills,
[7'IOR sale by .-. .-

mO sl b_ _

Lo BALES Georgia Osuiaburgs, on consign
0r ment, for sale by
Dec J. DAY & Co.

Warranted to Culre."
C OSTER & CGOXE'S genuine Southern Tonic,
comnpounided ifrprri medicines of our own
forests, a perfect arid lasting cure for lever arid
aaue, and for being the best Tonic in cases of
general debility or.weakness now knnoWn, (or sale
by [Anril 271 H F ABELL.
sE[DLITZ, Yeast arid Soda Powders of the
best quality, for sale by
Julv 17 J. C ALLEN.
VYarda'ge for Coitoni
OOM for 8000 bales in lower Cotton Yard.
t, Apoly to
Feb 24. N J DEBLOIS.

A FEW bbls pure Cider Vinegar, for sale low
by E. McCULLY,
Nov 11 50 Water st.
W ADE & BUTCHAR'S and Rodgers & Son's
superior Razors for sale by
Feb 24 H H F ABELL.
Cooper's Isinglass,
TUST received, and for sale by-
. J. C. ALLEN.
May 4.

Henry's llagnesia,
TUST received and for sale by
'J Feb 24 H F ABELL.

BITTERS, just received and for sale by
Nov 28 H. F. ABELL, Druggist.
Townsend's Sarsiaparilla,
UST received, and tfor sale by
Aprit 27 H. F. ABELL
Irish Potatoes and Onions.
A FINE article tor sale by
Nov 11 E. McCULLY, 50 Water st.


Liverpool Salt,
OR sale by
Dec 30 B ELLISON & Co.

SWEDE Iron, Scotch do, Weeding and Garden
Hoes, Blacksmiths Bellows, Cotton and Wool
Cards, Spades and Shovels, Cauldron and Sugar.
Pans, Ploughs, &c. &c..for sale by .
Dec 9 Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.
Salad Oil.
JUST received, per brig Manhattan, a few cases
of Salad Oil, that is good. J. C. ALLEN .
May 4 ..

Plretoni's Extract of Lemon,
FOR flavoring Custards, Sauces, Jellies, &c.
For sales by J. C. ALLEN.
May 4.
FRESH Fall Crop, for sale by
April F. ABELL.
Havana Segars.
QOt fb'b HAVANA SEGARS, contain-
90y00, 0,ing an assortment of the ,' Pro.
bidad, s Cabanas," "Minerva," "Britannia,"
" Partuges," and other choice brands, now land-
ing per schr Ann Maria, fr6m Havana; for sale by
Mch 16 E McCULLY, 50 Water st.

Tlionis6nian lIedichries,
JUST received and. for sale by
SFeb 3 J. C. ALLEN.

Rose Water.
A FRESH supply of English and French Rose
"Water, just received, andti for sale by .
. Aprl27 1H F ABELL.
, (f UrfNIE, Camphor and Piperine, !'ust re-
k c'-eived' and for sale by
April'17 H. F::ABELL.

countries ; but even that must have an end;
some accidental spark will ignite Ithe comn-
bustible mass and 'blow tlhe whole system to
the devil.! If ihe 'r"ighty debt were due to
foreigners, (lie cunning islanders would not
fear the burden an'f hour, bult would, on
some pretext or other, break wi~h 'l heir cre-
ditors and laughli at their credulity ; but
they owe the money to individuals among
themselves, ia'nd are therefore likely to enjoy
the pleasure'of paving the interest for gen-
erations to come. France, too, has got a
debt. Those Bourbons think to maintain
themselves on my throne by borrowing
largely of the present greieration, in order
to lay heavy taxes on the next, and all future
ones. But I know the French too well to
suppose such a system can be long tolerated.
I know that they have too much affection
for their offspring to entail upo-n lihem a na-
tional debt like that of El-t ImlI.hfowever
artfully incurred. No, no imy subjects are
too sharp-sighted to allow the property ac-
cumulated for their children tlo be mort-
gaged to pay the Russians and English for
invading them, and for the-reslor'tion of
the Vielle Cour de Imbeciles, who now ivn-
sult themn! They w(ll after a time, make
corfipariso'ns between them ;ind ine ; they
will recollect that the expenses of 'my gov-
ernment were defrayed by imports during'
the war-that mrny wars cost Fr'ince nothing
-that I left her not one fraction' in debt-
but (thtat I enriched her territory. Such
comparisons will not be favorable to dyte
Bourbons. The French will cast thie'm andl
their debt from their shoulders, as my Ara-
bian would any stranger who should dare to
mount him. Then if my son be in exist-
ence, he will be seated oh the throne amnidst
the acclamationsof the people ; if lie be not,
France will go back to a Republic, 'for no
other hand will., dare to seize a sceptle it
cannot wield. The Orleas b'ranchIthougl.i
amiabib., are too weak, have loo 'nii-h oft
the otherBourbons, and will share ti.he same
fate, if they do not choose to live as simple
citizens, under whatever change may take
Here the emperor paused for a few mo-
ments, then waving his hand, hie exclaimed,
in an animated tone, his dark eyes beaming
with thIe enthusiasm of inspiraition-
"France once i. more a repuBlic, ither
coutihries wil follow her example. Ger-
-ahs, Prussians, Poles, Italians; Danes,
Swedes an(] Russians, will all join in the
crusade of liberty,! They will armr against
heir sovereigns-who.will be alad to make
concession of some of their rights in order
to, preserve a minor authority over them as
subjects. They will grant them repre.sen-
ative chambers and style themselves con-.
stitutional kings, possessing a limited power.
This the feudal system will receive i.Jts
leAih blow, and, like 'the thick mist on the
ocean, it will dissipate at the first appear-
ince-of the sun of liberty ; but things will
not end there; ithe wheel of revolution" will. 1
not stand still at this poiint ; the impetus
vill be imicreied in i ten hfold ratio, and the
notion will be accelerated in -proporion..
'Vhen the people recover a part of their
rights, as men they will become elevated
vith the victory they have achiev-d, and..1
having tasted, tihe sweets of freedom, they i
vill become clamorous for a larger portion.
Thus will the states and principalities of '
Earope be in a continual stable of turmoil




anDd ferment, perhaps for some vyears-like



ate ...n ink.l~qi -o Ie-fate, in air !
him, if he fell into the clutches of the white
nau. Fje had been safely, so'far, enjoying
hle-sweets of 'iber!y. for more than a %e:'.
ind he had sworn that never, livin-. tnoilli
e be c'apmted; and, from his,
here was n0o reason to doubt his resolute-
ess of purpose. He waas c-autmous as a
ui~k in hi,s movements, but ilbe spies.were
t his track; and trails had. been set., time
nd again, to ensnare him.
At length, one bright morning in Spring,
hi Isti he ,vaso'6t I1ihunti, he was suddenly
irprised by the -rapid galloping of horses,
reaking through the undeigrowth of the
mber, and he became aware ..that the hell
on nds were on his track. Fear lent speed
Shis limbs, and then commenced a race
which was urged to desperation by. the
longest motives on earth-life and liberty
n his part, and gold on the part of li-_ pur--
tiers. Five well mounted men,-as desper-
e characiers-as ever lived, armed to the
elh, were at his back, and, like blood-
ounds, they followed himn, with savage ile-
rininaiion. Their 6ibj',ct, lio, never, was
ot to injr une him, unless in case of neces-
ty, caused by resistance-on 'his part-, and
ien they would be deaf to mercy.. -
On sped the-negro, Simon, and his eatr
ltght, between his panting re-'lirationrs,
e crash of breaking limbs and brarnche-;.
e. beht of the horses' feet.-ithe oaths andi
elis of, the pursuers,, as they shouted out
h'im to stop and yi e0ldhi1mself-and'-mile
ler mile lie l.bored, whilst his speed riv:al-
d thal of theielk. He knrew well hisfaIle_
taken, and he knew that unless :he- could
ach the hills le miust be- captured, even
ougih he might prolong the chase through
I the day. He hneV, thatfreshl horses
mnuld be put after him, and that, at every
oss-road, runinets would start, out to ij-
rcept him, and his pursuers knew that, al-

real God !" c tiateil nnep if ihe men,
Siilfe thei rest -lil.d ',-i P:h oli er-.-pi;aile
and speechless. Spri.ii;r.2 I.mi luIeir ,;iad-
dies simul-fanenue sly.,, ., i i i 10-ti io lie
brow of the precipice, r, pi.i,, in .ee his
crushed and,;tnangled .(n i,.',, ;iI its itol-. -iBut
a few yards from the b .;,- "If ihe perlieitldi'-
cular rock, he t i.,, io l ith Ili; arl' s'-lt'i'-d.'
ihh j.ii ieil, gazin.g lp i i, .I -.iiii ,l il, tlni-e lit
his baffled tl Iu.-u,, -. lii dit-cc-tiil, mIW llv
feel-below the top of tlhir- oil, e hli,;).I sei-
zed with the grasp if a gi mii. ihe pli:iui-tier
sturdyotiop '-of a' H l.l.i ,t .. I|lin,. .wlino
struggtlingsfoi'r ).r ,,iiiion,,if liih intl air-hat)'
pushed itself thus far- Io,.rld hei'i.en, antd
shear sixty feeI flirttlier li'1I lie ius.9'swU0ng
hiimself until he!.niilh U lo tu moIli,'-r e1tallt:,
uninjured from his pliil,,i,' ndi desper.lo
atteunps. \luihi as thvs,- ilet-spiadOes des.
pised- the "- race amciii.d ," andi much as
they c,-v,-Il the Irceeis uhich .fiev -had
expected to realii2efrina tl,'ir t lleial i'mic,
-they conuld-not but be .irii,;. i;tIimillt leamost
Piovidter -iiI escaiipIe' vll lie had .talde
fror --. ltei," l):,ii ., He nbw b.teond
their rea-ch,lbor lie y hi i no ling Ito aio by
murdering hliind.:tt11 wh.'li ritilurI In:einn-nti-
.rity and ,,mp:tiilh\ suli ite ilIheirF bosoms
was,.aroused in hiis .....
By G-d!.BILI, let hiIrn go lie dII ervei
,to -be free after that," s,,Il niIe,".n-d they
iit ined ileir'st-eps hnmei ,c-d. Simion' re-
mnained +i-ii .m-oho p eIl0, itni.nloesi-edt for
severatl- U6illhs. inidl ,-ei'v f'w dlays, V. ien it
cis elpar-and ili. he inilh lie. sf en on..the
lop ,l ildhs luill. bhi it:ii "I i liam i oak. (froi
wl1i,,e e lie eoould" ea, the i', iai 'for a consi-
derable 'd tsiCnee eachI ,iv.) ini o \idse
branches he;wouldrpeliltre Ilthe sighi -of anj'
one approaching. Tins -hep wis oi, his o16ok. .
out one sunny afternoon, t-waiw;td tlhe fall of
the year-, singing to himself a dolelP#,5diiiy
to one of those tunei 0o f familiar to every
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A, A AL.

.~3~tto~eFjstonal r~ottc~s,

SW. G. 11. Davis,
OflFrs his services to the public in either of the
above capacities.
Oe will practice regularly in Franklin, Cal-
houn and Jackson Circuit Courts-and will, upon
a special retainer, act as Counsel, in any Court
of the Middle or Western Circuit. He will also,
irg'e cases ih'the Coiurt of Appeals at Tailahas-
see, the sessions of which, hfie will always be
present at, unless prevented by accident.
-Apalachicola, September 8, 1846

BabtnesB ~trcectoz~Q,



Sjuibtrrtlal roils 1.

[For the Cornneicial Advertiser.]
The. following, 'which 1 found in 'an old
number of the New York Mirror, maiy at
tliis time be interesting to many of your
readers. No man ever existed who better
understood human nature and the character
of events. -However preposterous his con-
clusions may have appeared at thie time, to
others, they were undoubtedly the firm con-
victions of his wonderful ilil,uieu, atd far-
reaching 'imind. M.
The subjoined pirophlesy of Na[o1e'on 'is
said to be a suppressed passage from the
journal of Las Casasind no one who has
perused that work will doubt it.
In less that) fifteen years from the pre-
sent lime," said the Emperor 6 ine'one day,
as we stood viewing the sea from a rock
which overhung the road, 1the whole Eu-
ropean system will be changed. Revolution
will succeed revolution, until every nation
will become acquainted with its individual
rights. Depend upon it, the people of Eu-
rope will not submit to be governed by these
bands of petty sovereigns-these aristocratic
cabinets. I was wrong in re-establishing
ihe order of nobles in France-; but I did it
to give splendor to the ihrrone, and refine-
ment to the manners of*the people, who
were fast sinking into barbarism since the
revolution. The remains of the feudal
system will vanish before Ihe sun of know-
ledge. The people-have only to know that
all emanaates fr6m thelimselvcs, Tn order to
assert thei* rights to a share in their res-
pective governments. This will be the'case
eveuti with the boors of Russia. Yes, Las
Casas, you may live to see the tire, 'but I
shall be cold in my graive, when that colfos-
sal luit 'ill-Celmente'l empire, will bhe split
into as many sovereignties, perhaps repub-
lics, a. there are tribes which compose it."
After a few more reflections on-the future
prospects of Europe, his Majesty thus con-
"Never 'was a .veb morel arl fulfy woven
over a nation than that horrible debt which
enve'loes, the people of Engla nd. It has
heen tihe meaijs ofenriching lhe aristocracy
beyond all former exam l.le in any country;
wvhilst it has, at the same liime, aroused as
many fast and powerful friends to the Gov-
ernment, as there are individuals "vho re-
ceive interest for i'hat money, so extrava--

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he earth heaving in all1 directions, previous thoughhe could baffle them through ,the
to an earthquake. At length (he combus- limber, vet he must tire at last--aud at
tible matter will have "vent; a tremendous every gap the distance was shortening be-
ecxpi.os'o will iakecplace-tfhe lava. of- n- tween -them, every clear -plee gav! ihe
glad s bankruptcy will overspread the Eu- horsefnl the advantage. Soon, therefore,
ropean worli, oyerwhelming-kiii,;s aind aris- %illere Is useless gun and eiipinis ilnhrotwn
tocracies, but ,,cementing the democratic aside, and thus liglhictcd he kept on his way,
interests as it flows. Trust ne, LasiCasas, hIS speed unabated. - fr^in the vines planted in the. soil aOri,1iheey sped+,piirsrs anl purslied
which encJrusts the sides of .Etna and Ve: -o n, onfor lif on one hand, or spoil on
suvius, the most delicious wine is obtained, the other-stronger incentives nevera:ro-us-.
so shall the lava of which I speak prove o e'ed the eneirgies'ofman-; g.aer'ef'Ir.ts were; :
be the only soil in which the tree of lilbe iy never !ini,. lt for,.l,'t'a On on.
1.1-I 11, o II I " +" t- r" b r*L u+lI1h in.a con esi. -n,| on,
-il-take firm and permanent root. Many it and Sihnmou's hard'; l'his bosom
flourish for ages! You perlnhaps cnsider h-eaved-and panted; ihe slfe;it rllelJ'oinm
these sentinfents strange and unusual ; they his forehead down his face. in heavy beads.
aie mine however. ,Iwas a republican, bnt and trickled :,lo., lit lii,|s in 'clammy
fate, and the opposition of Europe, ,made streamlets,; Ih,. 'mnii'i ,le. 'e" iiel for so
me an Emperor! I am now _a spectator of long to their tuimos i tension, became sliffen.
the future." e d and infil ; his n'.s re si ai'dil
"P ri a fIul ; K ik- n, l.'s t er.$ el'esit.t ed till
thev ir,-Il in ever lti,, hits e-es suwm,
S[From the St. Louis Reveille. r "fit .. w
THE NEGRO'S LEAP. liss,-lIagged heavily. hi lln tepledd,anjl
This is the'title by which a precipice in:-: a"rl)pressed upV on h'is siti--buli he ldai
-, ,' .... Sworn i w u d 'e bl.r e o .
te sthe ern part of Illinois is commonly 'Hehea d (eiC b-1.ire i e oii d ielhd.
souher part. h .a eardi tellin iIeb 'ai.
known, from ooe of those acts of flespEri rI t he ion.i"catiiI) of Iis
which men will sometimes perform when ftr-u o q iar .e ,a 1 t.- anl ,
h is at stake. It is Situaled in the e could evene ilii. s they ii Atheir
their all is at (jaded steed (Uis i ti II r he In lo
county of Gallatin, on the'old road which l sc e ,r lI,;t- i, t V.. ,, ia ir ", te
was formerly the grand tn'l-ro1,lhiA e to-'the (n-,-vere-tI.It a -o:T a-, tor ,,he. 14-
wesi, along the Ohio river, before theera'of "' here heji. tJ,.t of pursuit.eoull conceal
before th of irselff and where their" beasts i',mhli he of-
steamboat navigation. In early days, that l- serfe anwh-ere heir bed, ist %.,fild he or-
portion of Illinois afforded a comparatively "n serve- Onard, i 0..
.Ta1'1,"'ISi mt I; arid as hoP,e"I C, wI~lfin
safe refuge to those runaway slaves who hiar Si1m1oul "as'in as !ii fed6 re,.'iri wi shin
wended their way north, too often seduced and hie hads nolw ut a sliort-d.istarce r o
from their happy homes by the wiles of coi pass, ere ale'sou eshoe I7.
those deluded advocates of abolitionism- .ops ere le wouldhe safe.,
Brhl~l',h0i,r Ai,-his moment R. Ie.w~rql-
ihose fanatics, who would sacrifice every cr sprg, fr'-- a is m- mnt ad pewared
principle, and ev,-n ithe interests of the ob- nhim from gl(il,- his -iroa,, fi-- headed
him frm his hol"d for -re fit,
Jects of their pretended sympathy and assis- closer and closer pressed the I pustar ang I
lance, by endeavoring to carry out their ..loud..r .andsf.ongr- -,ilthe lshouist, a
oneideal abstractibn-the aboition of slave- ieu us ico iln i 0,owned
ry. ie pursuers as Victory ;ip.ii il ioned
A range of hills runs westward,' parallel their efforts. -Tle clihase 1,-..l ow driven'
with the Ohio, on the ridge of which thethe hillwno he a tigonal lie <,waile Id. anot hef
rowa. I have mentioned is traced, and twenty tobk ie lespera thei, ilhlir'll. ;It his o' n
years ago was much travelled, particularly oI pe .IF spea til (., al his only
by those whose business compelled them tothowip g himself under, ilie lioeeibr, ando
pass through a country which, at that lime, throwing himself under tire |.i otectirinnIof
any passer-by, as a ru~naway, if i@,,ipoN soul
bore not the highest character for law, or- traveller ,ight aesle runaway if -ripIe,eW sIht
der, and safety. Through all that section trve lermgt rescue-im.-orle eha.
of co ii ry .'orga"zed nd of marauders, the lawless 'crew dared tiit s'>iii, n- imin
of every description, was spread, whose ope" day, before Witnesrs. iilio::I it wr-
agentsrant. He reached the nil. leil n'. t e
agents and spies were to be found in every rat. He reacrhe(.lr ',i"..ery,
,. .. :,-v . t, lS~, e nalsted, anrd hI, I.u llg e3,e-
class of soeiely. D id a land speculator th. ,y 1 iig e1.e-
crnome trofmi "ihe east, his saddle-bags bur- b, lls g.'nced It fi ti'..t'.. i,' V inly
denied witlfspce, the news of his where. ~expectingthe hopild lors,>r cir. r. w-.!ird.-
I .... ,.enwo ,iw ,e V, for a mile, the r,.-il ,rlk.,'lf0htd aw;'ivwI,the
aihouts and of his progress was daily hlerald--- s- .shining out upo ti. quiet, dwll. aih
ed from post to post, as regularly and as in-' dusty it onty" "i. ie l ite-
visibTy as Yhe magnetic felt-r,, lh now con- flsy. ts t onolony i ohu, ,,t e t .i he-
'" l -'I, e "I i 1,J\\ 'S I l I l l I I f i
veys the u'orll i,>iLAJ:Nld.villain.has _.. -i..,
r'~ t lpno rr_ ," lt in;, and '( l..I e. i .i \ '. -:, .,, ik, ]
not aI living object. met hris sight. Almost
ready and on the watch, were the operators not a tesir o f ea. met h-s -S i.i.I. Almost
oif this gang, awaiting the arrival of the i hought-to yi he halted, an.d for a -iiiente'-
covetedlprize, as ;re now tile police at the thogsht to yield ; but -hiIs hitate ile Ii-
railway station. Did a slave escape from dene scorned iheaIllought, :nd ;is Ilie I'i
hie.south, straightway was the advertise- umphant shout oac his pur-ues leaehied is
nent forwarded describing him, so Ihlat if ears, ip lie sltlattd agaii. ti cintiinte the
ie should pass that way he might be picked hlprilessly l)iao'lnged liis tiirte
it was with a feeling of' d,.- iei'.,iirno whlich
ill), and skilfully concealed-be transported, e xhi bited itself in hist after the search had somewhat ceased, to a l i H s o i w0 I I.n w
different portion of the country from thal't fight His pursuers were I ,,i,. rf him 'no.,
whence he had escaped, and again be sold they oImught, for they kn0( thi'i Ihe preci.-
-or, if already in the custody of the legal pocecommeinced at the toi of thc bill. on
fliceers, some grave, steady, respectable one se- ve f le cl .trn ir
cooking member of the gang was forthwith horses up the ascent, that hli, cor.e. on (lie
lespltched 'o claim ln i-, and,,by mea-ns of ar .er ronI .beyond was but a shi t one.--
"rged ersand line inesses, obear But he knew this too, and made til ,is nmint
orgq pidper's in false Ite eto ba
Mlu off publicly to a southern imarket.-- aic ,si,;.g.. U) he toiled-one: hnlnded(f,
k .. I' ', Iw o 11111 41 11- Ihb ire e h u~n d r cd ) a id n d I he
^nd, indeed, frequently, boldly ann openly .... u-. b'ege h.nd-w.d ai"is. and i.he
wholefamily of the dark-hued tribe would pck of humn- beagles wer ii' nre
"+ + s not-- b u i, all o urb-.a l :armnedl,. Il rV di~ d q ot
)e carried off, witlhotit anlly otliet authority ,ot although atred, I -y ,did iot
han the law ofthe strong.. a o't "s rn him dow,," as tl ju'I l haIve'
SI a.. ., '. 'g.....-', doneb wi]d Ie, t, half i f '
JIt was at this -period that a huge black ssoed a lI "I'i Ai k 'Ifu I re lIas
t-llow arrived in the county I have men- ,.a. an, tey -tr;id .tltiigl .h'.ui .l
ioned, whose every appearance, from the hlm to !" Sopi a"d i. e i).'ill ,.'.-'i hun
asual glimpses, obtained of himn, indicated well ,. f.or the pr'ee -, ".ihin "i.
+, .. ~~~~y~ard~s oel ilsxrllgh |, lll rld ie \
hat he was a valuable prize, and there was ya- s of his r... hnd_ ,. "an hey "-bre a"
o doubting- i,. condition-that he was a s- sein his rear. '' idel si'e l'
runaway was evident. -1e was unu' sua l "l' !A'ti. liiv A "ely ir eti oiluioli IoindedI
thr ug h (he rush ,1 ili i "l ly t) iihe-. p l' ci -
all, strongly built, muscular, well-propor- .tig i.
oned, and even intellecttil in his manner p)ce' t''I-apot which coll i, t l e,.,Ilv een.
nd ap")enrance ; ard, although no clue froti the road by all his ,E ni,,s.i H. ,ltinj
'' al," n e- alt -.u ...n one tmom ent, a n ( -fitCi;, 4 Ili-; plirlklers,. 14)
would be obtained as to thie seCion of the .o mow, antd facing ,, lim lu_. -ers, ti
ountry rom whenceli he had come, there "wo now -Inr irlthii 'a eUn, lie
as at once set on foot a .odroeet T nap S -- .o r 1 I, II ,,, -hi.ll .tevu,'r
im' e Ws a ae ...."speculation. u o. have my sinews to sell '1 'nJ -.nd wiv' I
igs f'b, dyWt e w, e Winih m a b)OUli he spran, Troti ih rot I-ilnlu-%) nuid-
"gs w ere daily 'w tched, until he ihimllself .0..o u -" p r l "
ained an r inkjlijjt of the fate in swinrfo r ,n> -" .


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W. T*. Woo0. E. B. BALL
SWooadi & Bailoua ,
O:Hice No."42 Water street.-Up stairs.
Jan 16 Apalachicola, Fa.
4 ylie & licKen'ic .
SNo. 42 Water street,
Sept. 1, 147. Apalachicola, Fa.
S. S. &f J. Scliiffer."
) Particular attention paid to putting up family
steamnhoat and ship stores.
No. 49 Water street,
Nov. 141 Aoalichicola, Fla.


[Friom I 1le J.-cksioniville News ]
Dear Sir: As a delegate of the State
Sat_ large to the Baltimore Convention, it is
perhaps proper for me to report to the com-
mittee the course pursued-by the Delega-
'ion,. and to state succinctly the views by
which we were goverened. I will premise
ri y remarks by stating that upon all occa-
'i'ns the Florida .delegation were united,
and il believe my colleagues will bear me
*out in assehing that we did not, in an3in-
gle instance, have a 'difference of opinion to
reconcile; 1i dohblit no.t but that they would
join me in this report, hbut the anxiety of omy
colleagues to.,return South, separates'us at
'ibthis moment, and I shall therefore report for
myself, feeling- assured that they Will sub-
stantialty endorse my siatenieniit. Aware as
you are of the sentiment of the Democra-
tic party of Florida, it is unnect-ssitry for me
to do imoiue:than refer to the factt that as a
partly the Democracy of Florida sent dele-
gaites totho Convention to assist in the no-
minatinn of candidates, free from any per-
sonal preference that was not based upon
principle. Believing the Hon. Levi Wo6d-
bury to be the soundest Statesman upon
the compromises of the Constitution, your
delegates, felt it their duty to support him
for the'nomintion, butat- the same ime in
aspi.rit of candor I must say, that the dis.
regard for Southern rights-the entire sub-
serviency to party triumphT-the total aban-
'donment of that to us, vital principle, the
equality ofthe States," manifestedd by the
Convention, caused your delegates to hesi-
tate asto the 'ptolriety of taking any part in
the inomrinitions, and for these reasons they
withheld the vote of the State until on the
'last ballot, when they feared that a. iassiVe
course .might secure a nomination which
thy felt the State could not support wiIth-
.out.-abando'ning the .hi ih ,nd just position
'which "it had taken in Convention. It was
'the hipe along of secutin, anotherr ballot in
which the claims of the Hon. Levi Woid-
lhniry 'uViild be more warmly pressed, that
induced your delegates to take any action at
all in the selection of canoldidlates.
After acting in the Convention ,fo ilihre
days. it was painfully apparent, that evety
Southern right at all questioned, wias ihade
to subserve to the spirit of party, and bow
beneath the'relentless power of: pair6nage;
It is not to he concealed--that the over-
`shadowing influence of patronage is lie
withering curse" that reigns supreme; and
will, unless checked at once, subvert the
liberties of the country-i't saps the very
founildation,of our institutions, and destroys
'the only source of safety left to lthe smaller
'S.tales "the guara,.tees of the Constitu-
ron ''!!" The spirit of Abulition stalks over
the whole North. East and West, uncheck-
'ed and uncontrolled. Misguided fanaticism
pissits unholy Ipurpose, and thlie voice
'of reiori. is. not even raised to check its
,fWighful progre.s. Every party! I every fac-
'tionn vei'y interest North of Mason and
Di' s5 1itrt paddlers to its fell spirit, and
'courts it. aigi'cia'tin as thle faction holding
t.le Balance of Power in Presidehtiial eiec-
itions. \ am free to aid'mil that there are
1nanvy ti)-'h in the Free Statles who now
oppose ile Al'tlii l'n or sliavery ?i tIhe.States;
'hut I d lon i 'tlriat a iia'l, pol'i cian of either
p:irly can be foii60l who will, in the en-
.ii. canvass, taile ground against the 'ek-
'c.lision of shli'very Ib'&)i Ithe Terriitories. OC
tlihe contrary-T helilve it wiil be advocated
1'iy 'both li partis-lt is ad0mit'ed hby both to
ie I lie end M be accomplished-tey differ
only as to the mneans-the one party sirik-
.ii holly, the other silently and ihsid(ioisly
2 ,vwrking uts way. When this point is at-
'.. i ianed..i't is a failal delusion to believe that
ian.,iici-ti wili rest satisfied. The very
SVi"xi step will he the baholitdh of slaver-y in
'Ilhe States, fiitl whenever this n.o'e as y" d
4'orner stone" is made Ihe price of adLhei6h by
the abolitionists 'to either Ipoliticail party. Be
*"assunred they will heillie-r he r-ebuked or
lnrned away, Sileitty. gathering stren2thl
with every hour. ithe daiy is not far distant
'when they will hold tlie key of the Treasu-
V'y, and with th1 pdWe6ir to dispense the
poils;. moninting in four years to $150,-
l)().(to6, they will thent haie the abif/il, as
Iihey now have the will to unfurl ihe baLnner
bf abolition upon the ramparts of the Con-
lititutlion. In this crisis it may be asked,
'W-here shall we turn for safety! I sa, let
bsi gallery ekperi'ence from the past! Rely
hpoI boui'slves, iand regard the motto of
bur State; i'emniber liai 't In God is our
trust;h if the Souut will but unite, atid
show tHal nio Irin~i. divided, their strength
is 16 t bdteil~ed as tinnre rii eni than aiiuli-
tlihisin,. Ihei're ch he no doubt that ;t par-
tI at e North ti ito the coim ipromiises
Uf the Cd'riSti'ition will take ground wit it
,ilt._the pirita of db6liltiortisrA Will be crushed
by 6p,*ijink drgtinents, and lthe perpet iTiy
of our Uniott pieced bevond the possibility
of danger. Leh the Sduth be firtfi-le- her
Sonsofeither pa'rly niake a common sacri-
fice at the altar oh pairiotism, and we may
once more repose in safety. Southern
Whigs jIarntcularly owe it to themselves
and to the South to meet iheir Democratic

friends upon some common gbund. Ques-
tions of policy should give way to this,
which in fact involves, our very exisiene;-
In referring to the Whigs, I do so wit6 no
spiritt of unkindness, but it is due to truth
to say, that. if they had united with the De-
mocratic palty of the South and refused
political association or fellowship with the
- Whigs of the North, the Northern Demo-
rats would have been our faithful allies now,
and this hour of danger and difficulty, would
not have been upon us. The Northern De-
mocracy, in days passed, siiod manatifully by
las-'they have had much to editend with.
and but that their effurl&.have not been sus-
tained by the Whigs of the South, they
would still have heen our firin and faiibthful
friends. But when they see bur Repre-
senrlatives in Congress supporting a man
avonwedly in ravor of ihe Wilmot proviso,
they think that they have good reason to
believe that the integrity of the Constilu-
tion is not at the South a paramount princi-
ple. I (do not mean to impute to our Re-
presentative any improper motive, for I be-
lieve that at heart he, in conjunction with
'his Whig friends at the South, hold the
guarantees of the Constitution as too
sactred to be yielded,- under any political
ecessity whatever." But while I give
them credit for the honesty of their motives.
f must be allowed to dissent from the policy
of their coarse.
'In conclusion, allow me to congratulate

"Permit me on this occasion to call your
attention to the fact that our political op-
ponetits declare that you are opposed to the
improvement (If our western rivers and har-
bors, And that we have always met this de-
claraiio6i with the assurance that Gen.
Lewis Cass, as a western titan. was fully
identified with the idinterests of the west,
and could not be opposed to the improve-
mnents so much needed( by the people of
the West and of the whole country.
It may not be improper for ,ie, sir, to
allude to one more topic which is, especial-
ly to this imiimediate district, a toic of the
deepest interest-I refer to the institution
of slavery. We are told, sir, that should
you secret the election to the Piresidency
of the United States, ,our administration
would lend its influence to the extension
and perpetuation of human slaverVy.
The people here assetiibled will, wilh
the greater pleasnre, listen to any corn-
munication which, sir, it niay be yourrpl)ea-
sure to subniit."
In this emphatic call ,)on ibun for his
opinions on these great ihd interesting ques-
tions, Gen. Cass promptly made the follow-
ing explicit and satisfactory reply
Sir, the noise and confusion which per-

vades this assembly will prevent my being
heard on the important topics to which you
have called my attention. I nmunst, therefore,
content myself wilh thanking you for the
generous reception which I, the unworthy
representative of the greal democratic party
of the country, have received at your
We give it up. If the people ofthe south
and west, can be so far led astray by the
spirit of faction and party bigotry as to
doubt ainy longer what Gen. C;iss's course
WVill be in reference to these questions, after
this loom-inous exposition of his views, we
shall despair dt his ability to satisfy them
on any subject. What a pity those broad-
miouthlied locofucos were so noisy.

to Mrs. Mitchel. At the meeting, it is sta-
ted, 6ioney came pouring in so fast that the
Secretaries couid scarce attend to thei-
business. Here is the address
Peerless woman Wife of John Mit-
chel! Mother of his children! Daughter
of Ireland! The free people of a free land
waft their blessings, their strongest sympa-
thies from full hearts, across the broad At-
lantic, to comfort you in your sorrows, and
to strengthen you in the hour of yonir trials.
Among out twenty millions, there is not a
human being who would not give to your
lonely hiomie the tribute of a tear, were it
not that their hot blood rushes inipetbously
to shed iiselif in avenging your Ireland's
wrongs. Whilst every pulsation of our uni-
ted hearts, here upon this green field-
made sacred to us for ever by the footsteps
of America's immortal Washington-beats.
warrnil foir you arid Ireland, the curses of
our brothers, fath&s and sons, long, loud
and deep, are launched upon the despotic
British Government, ,lluo have robbed Ire-
land in robbing youi.
Yes Wifefof glorious John Miichell!
Ydurs shall yet be a triurrph. It is decreed
that you shall have your husband joyfully
resgioreJii to nu, io his chilitren ianid id Ire-
land-perhaps, as the future Presideht ofan
Irish Reptbi4j. Hope on! Youdr love,
your hope; and people's lorigtns for liberty,
shall not be disappoiii6ed. Time shaIll niot
write another dark spot upon Ireland's his-
tory, or a wrinkle upon your brow, before
Ireland shall stand proudly, a nation amtung
nations, and your patriot husbaind,t> freeman,
independent among republicans, upon his
native soil.
"Dearly beloved an(I adopted daughter
of enslaved Ireland! Were it not tlj.t it
would be anrt insult to the generous hearts of
vourt native land, we would invite you, for
wv6 already know youth woud be welcome, to
a temporary hdme nt Aterica'seproud Ca-
pital, at Washington, byt ie side of the wife
ol tlie Chief Magistir:ie of' odl, hiapj R-
public; and we know tiatrslhe would fondly
cherish arid love you, as the exiled, paitri-
- t ..L. ..iC ... ......[...t ,rt.... ie ~ t ......iC I ...

oIic (iau.ligrer o0 an opjnesseu people, anu
GEN. CASS AND THlE WILMOT PROVISO. the fond wife of Irelknd's true, firn and
The last Telegraph calls upo n the Whig bold champion. But you have a horne int)
papers to prove that Gen. Cass ever voted in every American heart, and your own heart
Congress in favor of the Wilmot Proviso. shall not long be desolate. The heart of
Tlie assertion has never been mitade, so far Ireland shall not long droop in slavery. Our
as we know, except by the Recorder, that true men-your firmest friends-have sworn
Gen Caiss had voted for the measure. That upon the altar of liberty that, let worst come
lie was in favor of the provio6. willing to that may, the pike 'must be the pen, and
vote Ilr it, anxious to vote for it, and that blood the ink, to write Ireland's Declaraiion
he regretted hlie did not have an opportunity of Independence, and that John Mitchel
to vole for it, we presume thie Telegraph shall return in triumph to witness the sign-
willi not iretendl t deny. ing and sealing of Ireland's Magna Charta.
There can he no doubt upon this point. We imolore you. devoted lady, to be l'or
It can be established by the most nnques- us, and our oppressed race,, the nibending
tionable inoofs. The following is in ex- executrix of John Mitchel's principles.-
iract From ii speech of Mr. Ratlhbiun of New We adjure you to suffer no compromise to
York contained in the published proceed- be effected between the tynirntfi and the peo-
ings of the Utica Convention. Mr. Rath- pie. They have plundered us-they have
bun said scattered us into exile all over the earth-
Mr. President, 1 know very well the torn us from the arms of opi parents, bro-
views and feelings of that Senator (Gen. others, sisters, and friends. We would warn
Cass ini the month of August; 1846. you against the boons of Britain. which
On the day that Congress adjourned, and at have always covered concealed poison. Be
the time that Senator DIavis, of Mass., not yourself deluded, nor suffer others to
spoke, up io the adjournment of the Senate, be deluded by the presence of England's
oil the Wililtot Proviso, I met the Senator Queen in Ireland, i- by fier courtly prom-
al the raillwiy depot in VWashington. and ises or proceedings. She comes but to de-
rode near to him, and conversely freely wiih lude. Even were England's riioharch to
him between that place and Balinitore.- call together a meeting of the landlords bf
The Senaitor appeared somewhat excited, Ireland in Dublin, and designate that assemri-
spoke freely and with a good deal of energy bly parliamentt' it would be but to ap-
on the subject ofthe Proviso.' He st:ied pease the clamor of tlie Unwary-to deceive
to me, that every Northern Dentocratic Sen- and divide the deieiiietid rri-tends of nation-
ator had agreed to vote for it, and but for al independence intb fragliedts, marked fior
Mr. Davis' speech, vould have voted for it. future cotaquest by gold and by patronage.
H-esaid, ieiet;iiedly, that "he regretted very No, most injured lidy Hold fast, we be-
much that he could not have recorded his vote seech you; by the.itmmortal truths bf your
for it before the adjournment;" This pure-i minded husband. Teach these to the
sir, continued to be his language all the people at every risk. Let the government
way to Michigan, as I underst,ind." o doi prosecuting hlese principles in what-
Mr. Rathbun then went on to relate ever garbl) they mny a ippear--whether do-
another interview between Gen. Cass, Mr. nominated the voice of the Ifeton,' the 'ex-
Brinkerhoff, of Ohio, and himself at the ile,' or the martyr.' We will continued lo
next session of Congress, in which after Mr. purchase, and to read, whatever newspaper
R. had urged reasons for pressing the Pro- you publish, arid to cheer on ouri bi'others.
viso to a vote in both branches ol Congress, out husbands, arid oui" 'rieids in their eff-
Gen. Cass replied : Oh, if it comes to the oris to uphold the principles of your hus-
vote. lam with you, you know.' 'Of course band, even though these effortsshould bring
you are." was the reply; and thus wesepar- them to a premature grave.
ated. This conversation was some three We hesitate not, on account of our sex,
weeks previous to the Vote taken on rhe especially at this monument, to express what
Proviso." we feel and know to be truth, because we
Those extracts are copied from Mr. Yan- never can forget, that the mightiest revolu-
cey's late letter to the Editors of the Char- tions of nations have been effected by patri-
leston Mercury. The same opinions were otic'women. Spain was redeemed from
openly attributed to Gen. Cass on the floor seven centuries of bondage to the Moors,
of the Seunate and hlie did not pretend to deny by the wisdom and firmnness of the Christian
the allegation. Princess Isabella. FrPnce wai redeemed
Mre Yancey in his celebrated speech al- from British dominion by Ithe heroism of
luding to the foregoing views of Gen. Cass Juan of Arce; and Ireland was saved from
has the following scathing commentary up- an inglorious submission to VWilliam the
on what he terms the interesting change" Third, by the heroic women of Limerick.
of the present Democratic nomninee. He Many incidents are recorded on the page of
says: sacred and profane history.
"This was. of course, before the South -"Go on. then, with f'orritude, exalted la-
had been aroused to action; but, continued dy t Teach the people, ams John Mitchel
Mr. Y., no sooner had we spoken in firm taught them, thr.t the hand, and th'e water.
and united tones than the Northern Demo- and the air, and the a.itials, tf-e birds, and

Per steamer Quincy-Col S S Sibley, Col Joel
Perter, J Sharon
Per steamer Quincy-61 bales button.

BOSTON-'Per bark Sarah Sheaf-1162 bales

PORT OF APALACHICOLA ......... July 8.

July 5--Schr Mystic, Crane, fmn New Orleans.
Steamer Quincy, Allen, fm Chattahoocliee.

July 3-Bark Sai'ah SHeaf; Sands; for Boston,
by J ay & Co.
Rob't Fulton, Wade, 560) tons, for Liverpool,
loading-I M Wrighlt.
Weybosset, Harris, 321 tons; for New York, load-
ung--M aster.
Magdalla, Dodge, 298 tdnis for Boston, loading-
Z Ring, Livermnore, 323 tons, foi New York, load-
S. ing-Master.
Robert Watt, Johnsori, 491 toris, F6r Liverpool,
More, Eldredgel, 261 tons, fm New York, wait-

Chamber of Commerce of Alia-
A. N. McKAY, Vice President.
CHARLES PRATT, Sec and Treas.
Committee on Appeals:
J. DAY., ... D. G. RANEY.
Qommitee on Arbitration;
W. W. Stims, I M. WRIGHT,

S BENEZET is my authorized Agent during
Smy absence from the State.
Apalachicola, July 8, 1848,

P W. CULLEN is my authorized Agent d&-
ring my absence from the State.
Apalachicola, Jume 10, 1848.

. BENEZET is my duly authorized Agent
du-ring my absence from the State.
Rn. G, KERR.
Ju'ne 2, 1848. 82-3t

C APT. BENJ. HOWARD is my authorized
Agent during my absence from the State.
Apalachicola, June 1, 1848.
COL. WM. H. HUGHES is my Agent during
Smy absence from' tfh'e State.
A,-,.u1'ai.-.M; May 25, 1818,

D R. BLAKE'S celebrated Aromatic Bitters,
just received, and for sale by
July 8 H F ABELL.

C uogress Water;
J.UST receiv'ed feh, and [oir sale b'

Pain Killer.
p ERRY DAVIS'S Pain Killer, foi sale by.
July 8 H F ABELL.

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Sixth Edition 18doo pi. 250. Price. $1.
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difficulties 6to the husband, might have been
spared by a timely possession of this work.-,
It is intended especially for the married, or
those c6dntemriplatling marriage, as it discloses im-
p8a'ariiat ecietis whidh should ge iKndoni to them
Truly, knowledge is power. It is health,
happiness, affluence.
The revelations contained iin itt ages have
proved a blessing to thousands; as the innumer-
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the one either bidding into womanhood, or the
one in the decline of years in whom nature con-
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and most certain mode of cure, in every com-
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The Protection Insnrance Co. of
New Jersey.
HE subscriber being appointed by the above
Company their agent for this city, is now
prepared to take Fire atid Marine Risks
May 11, 1848. THOS. L. MITCHEL.

Tax Collector's Notice.
T AX payers are hereby notified that all taxes
due the city must be paid by the time pre-
scribed by the ordinance passed by the City
Council, if not the l'aw will be strietjv eQforbed.
City Tax Collector.
Mr. EDWARD McCULLY is my authorized
agent for the collection of Taxes during my ab-
sence From the State. J. F. FARRIOR. :
May 18, 1848,.

Wood Ware, &'. .
B ARREL Covers, Painted Pails,, Tubs,.Flour
Pails, Measures, Trays, Axhelves, Buckets',
Bfroms, &c. &c. for sale by .
Dec 9. Cor. Water and Chestnut sts.

the Democracy of Florida for the wisdom,I cracy became alarmed lest it should be de-
prudence and firmness of their instructions serted by the South and left in a minority.
-to thank my colleagues, the Hon. John (and that to a politician is the ne plus ultra
G. McGehee and L. O'B. Branch, Esq., of political punishment,) and began to tremn-
for their active and cordial co-operation in ble and finally to recede. Of course this
sustaining her position before the Conven- -quite interesting change in the public sen-
tion. And while I regret that the Conven- timent of the Democracy wais not unntbied
lion refused in any manner to recognize the by so keen an observer of the political it-
right of the Soathern Staies to participate mosphere as Gen. Cass. His own opi'i6n
as "co-equals" in the enjoyment of the changed in a corresponding degree. He
Territories belonging to them as common deserted his poor banitling, and left it un-
owners, let me assure my friends that they protected in the hands of those political mid-
have but to be firm of purpose, demand- wives, Wilmot, Brinkerhoff and Rathbun!
ing nothing but what is right, and submit- He very ingenuously confesses to this 'in-
ting to nothing that's wrong," to ensure the teresting change' in his letter to Mr. Nichol-
recognition of their equality as a soverign son."
State of the Federal Union. Whatever Mr. Yancey finally concluded his rermiiarks
course the Stale may adopt, be assured my by declar'ng of General Cass that,
hurnhle services will be freely, actively, and '" He is all things to all men, and
zealously tendered; Yours, &c.,' faithful to none-a vacillating, time-serving
R. J. MOSES, politician, unsound upon the abolition ques-
Delegate for the State at large, tion, and an eneniy to the South.",!
[From the New Orleans National.-] ADDRESS T6 MilS. MITCHEL.
THE SLAVERY QUESTION--IMPROVE- The following stirring and impressive ad-
GEN CASS'S POSITION-ALL DOUBT dress to Mrs. Mitchel; wire of the exiled
REMOVED. Irish patriot, was adopted by a liige and
When Gen. Cass arrived at Cleveland, enthusiastic mass meeting of the friends of
Ohio, the democracy turned 6ut to meet Ireland, consisting of the ladies of Brooklyn
and welcomine him, and he was addressed by and t frm New ork, together with an
Judge* Wood, Who made direct reference
Judg Wood, who made direct reference immense mass of the inhabitants in general,
ito 6his position on the question of western a,,,ounig, It was estimate, to tboot five
improvements, the slavery question,.and the thousand persons; assembled at Fort Green,
charges bf the whigs against himtn in refer- on Tuesday evelni last. Two aof the "fair
encetoth.emii. In conclusion, he called him daughters f Columbii" areto beselected
out In the following direct and pointed ap- t , ,n,- i nnhin ..... tip ...ii,

the fishes, were created by God, for the use List of Letters
of the people who work ; that the higher IEMAINING in the Post Office at Apalachi-
classes,' as they are called, have assumed Il cola, on the 1st day of July, 1848.
to be proprietors of these, without any au- Aborn, Jas A Knight, Isaac
i G o a a Andrews, rhos Kilby, Capt W W J
thority from God or man, and have corn- Anderson, Robt Leigh, John
binecd to rob the people, and pay foreign Alien, Harsis & Potter, Lock & Forbes
robbers to support them. Alexander, Jos Lowrey, Lewis
"Continue, as your husband began, to Avery& Jones, Long, Mrs AlvinB
dispel this delusion; be the centre of our Allen, B C Luce, Capt Henry
hopes and the standard af our patriotism; Blyth, Wm Leonad, Van
and an admiring world will speedily fly to the Butts, Capt A G, 2 Moon, John M 2
rescue of you, of Ireland, and of Mitchel." B.agde, Washington Myers, GeoK
Burges, John Morbe, Thos
OLD ZACH CANT BE IPSET.--At a Iiite ,Brown, Mrs Mansfield, S 2
OLD ZACH CAN'T BE. UPSFcT.-At alite )r Christopher McAllister, Capt
Convention in Maine, a Taylor flag was Bowers, CaptiBB 2 McCall, James
Bowers, Capt B, R 2 M~lJame
suspended displaying most prominently the Bullock, Alfred Maffat, A
initial Z to the gaze of an admiring multi- Broman JH McKinley, G
tuhde. A six Foot lImberrimati firbin thle inte7. Baker, Wmin Markham, Chas
nrior, looking up to it, exclaimed, There Buell, David Mlack; Andrew
now, that's tike old Zack,. edzactly t Bisbee, Chas W 3 Meglabam, Geo
can't be upsot. I;.urn itwhich way you wil, Bryant, Thos L, McLean. W H 2
it's a Z and 'taint .nothi'ig else. Ftiriah Brown, David W 2 McCormick, Johii
for old Rough and Ready !"-Bost. J16ur. Box, James MNi'rtian, Capt.6hn
Butts, E P 4 Martin, Mi-
,.* X i Cor'ntoth,;Capi; ;J .MeKeen, Wmt
A few nights since, says a New York pa- Cgrntoith Cp 3 MKcCeencl, Wm
per, a policeman perceived a young gentle- Coistantine, FNanicb Nicler-iu,,n, Th,,s G
man fondly hugging one of the posts which Ciawford, Oliver O'Berdin, Pirse 2
supports the wires of the telegraph, anhd'd- Cox,Smith 3 Orr, Capt Isaac
sired him to desist and go away. Cason, Sam'i O'Hanlin, Felix
"You need not have interrupted the," Colborn, Manle'y hinton, H
replied the youngster, who evidently had Cooper, Edmund ?indergiast, P
not spent the evening at a temperance imeet- Conant, Benj W Piunam; Wm 0 3
ing, f was only kissing a young ladty in Crowly, Michael Penn; wm r n
ChaseCapt John Preble, Capt Qeo A
Kissin lady in Philadelphia kd Cooper, Capt J B Parker', Retsport
SKissing a ady in Philadelpia ?" d Demarll, Wm S Price, P
the policeman. Day, Capt Warren 2 Parker, Japt P 2
"Yes," 7Was the reply, "[ was kising Dorham, Perry Pickett,H 1', 2
her by tel'egaph ?" Doggett, Jr. Sam'l 2 Radaloi-ick, Eliza
D ein.o Demmock'Ja 4 Rainer, Capt
WHO wAi_'s A WIFE .?-There is a girl Davis, Geo S Raymond, R P
in Carroll Coumnty, Md who weighs 431 Devon, Wm C Reed,DM
iotinds. A ine arm-full for s0romnbldy- Emmons, Morris Regan, D F
who speaks? Eaton, Benj 2 Richards, S
Evans, Landon Rutgers, H L
A PATENT SHIRT COLLAR.-A shirt ma- Foster, Jas P Rockwell, J E
ker in London has invented a shirt collar French, L M Robins, Jddge JH
Frost, Thros Sloan, John
which lie calls the "New Econornmi hirt Frost, Ths Soaln, A J
/-,,... r i ,. (** i Foster, Wmn ismall, Capt A L
C1llir."-It has a recess, or a kind of pi6ket Flinn, Wm Sinith, H KA
i'r the band, in which are placed two or three Foster, Ishamr S'encer. Cyrus
extra collars to be turned up when requtied. Florey,John W Shcrman, E
Finley, Archer Stowell, E H
Gagen, R Sweeney, C
COMMERCIAL. Gray, MSmith,Sam'l
Gray; Robt Sneed, Giles
COTTON STATEMENT. Last Griffis; R Strattan, Wmin
Year. Galbrith, Daniel Sehenkberge, B
Stoek ona handSept. 1,1847.77577 .. Grist, David 3 Spiatt, Judge 2
received past w/eek.............61 Greer, Capt D Santhall, Frank
previously. .. ...119324 Grearson, Capt Scarborough, A J
Total....... -- 119963 107049 Har, Jas Snow; J M
E...rij -.i past week...........1162 Ha h Smith, :
previously. .'.;. 113267 Haldg, Th Smithall, Jas
Tod 149925Hodge, H Small, Ja
T I........- 114429 _96275 Hardy, Capt A Snow, Thdi
Onhandandonslitpboard notcleared 5531 10774 Henricks, H Smith, HP
Hanlon, Felix Thomas, C
Hodgf..kss, Thog Thomas, Mr
Coinmencing 1st September, 18i7-and same Hill, H K I Thompson; A J
tli'e in 1846. Hand; Miss Mary ,Thomas, Thomas
I Past IPrei- .1 sI ast -Hicke' Chas E Valeau, Wm
WHITHER EXPORTED. week. ou 1y. season Holden, Job .Walker, Wm
we.osy.Hartson, Wmn Warner.,Capt "
Liverpool..;..;.........:; .38878.38878 .27796 as arrCapt 2
Havre............................ ...2592 Henderson, Fred Watts, E P
Nant'............. ... .. ........ ...... .. Harrison, Allen Williams, Chas
Trieste.............. .....3730 ..3730 ..1364 Jordan Wm Wilian, Mr
Genoa.................... ........ .......958 Johnson, London Walperton, Lucindd
Other ports.......... ...... .3944 ..3944 ...... Johnson, J Watts, Robert G 2
Total to For. Ports...... .46.552 .46552 .32714 driving, A Widgeon, I
New Yok:..:.... 58. "S j .18 oh747 Jnon, Wri Whitman, P M
-e Or .. ". .. .:.35308 .45 t8 1 7 -
Boston............ .... ..1162. 19903 .21065 .15935 Irving, Franklin Wilkins, E S
Providence ............. .. ..6346 ..6346 ..6976 Ingtaham; Johti Williams, John E
Philadelphia..................939 ...939 ...667 Kilby, B West; Robt
Baltimore................. l8t)..1180 .2660 Kilby, H
New Orleans............... 1939 .,.1989 .15564 W Persons calling for any of the above letters
Otherports.....................550 ...550 ..8012 will please say they are advertised,
Total Coastwise..... 1162 .66715 .67877 .63561 JOS. S. MAY, P. M.
TOTAL-nALES .. 1i4429 .96275 mi,>, ..

Constitution of tlt4b State of 0, lo
"i 4 a. ; *" '
Proposed arid age'eed to by the hut1. Gneraf
.dssemnbly: sul'ect td 'the actition of tihe hiet
Generadi .ssenbly. '" /
AN ACT to amend the 12th Cl.ul.;e oI t h ih
Article of the Constitution o f tli,. 't.le, so thai
the Judges of the Circuit Curts -h'al lold
their offices for a term of eight years, instead of
during good behavior. .
SECTION-1. Be it enacted by the eiiZfleanid
House of Representatives oJ tthe .tuit vf Flo-
rida in General assemblyy ruOn' ;fi,, "'j,*d (the
12th Clause of the 5th Artic'e ot lhe Cuoiiloitioti
of this State be so amended as to TEul as f,.,ll-.'s,
viz: That at the expiration of .th 'rit termni
of office of the Judges of the Circuit CI' ts, %ith
the` exception hereinafter mention.. .t-liam:.-.s ,f
the Supreme Court, and the Judges of theCiircujt
Courts, shall be elected for a term of eight \w-ar,
and shall hold the:r office I...r lh it term, miles.
sooner removed under ihe Ihr.v 4,,r.- idi.,: in thirs
Constitution fot the ren., al ,.I Ji.l... ,\ addrqnus
or impeachnment- and i..r t l',il ,. I,..-.. ,.t duyi ,
or other r-a ,a. l ca -, v.l,. I I %l:..l p o b.o
s ,,,:f :,,t .--r,:,,nid for i mpeaihnertl, ii G;,, r i a,
sitll trir.u,m.v anY of them, on he 0 .rr r6f t o
thirds of the General Assembv : F,,..'eticil ho,-
ever, That the cause or'cu.isi -h, il be tated at
length in ,i.h ardre., ar i ett r.:.d u1n the .llijr-
nials of each Huti,.. .Mll1 oeihl4 .furlt4,fI
Thit the c.',u oe -r, cjai4.. t!]ll be u ,iiiii-.] t, the
Judge so inlendi-d ti bc run,.vu.ul,-aii,'l he small
be admitted tda' ha afaiiinr h1 lii;u\.ri dt, -eoc., be-
fore any voq- .oujh it l no jl .ljl rI a-s : aid in.
such cases the 'ote shall.bela!er.: Iy Veja and
nays and entered i on the Journials c'f uach House
respectively. : -.
SEC. B2. e it further enacted, That lbe Jtudges,
first appitietl ;inder this amended .(C'on'tirution,
shall bi,.- d-'id.d by lot into four cl.i-es. The
first class shall hold-his or teii jfie'i.' r.tfcL'sl
for the term of two years, th -r,'-ioii it.ii .trieltermrn
of four years the third for the ronn u-.t' ix yeatI,
the fourth for the term ucf ehltir \,uri .
[Passed the Sen-ite hb tl,,i- t.itniiti[i,-mnal ma.
jority, December "-2`, "-t7. '.,.,-d the Hi.ue qr
Representatives, by the C.iis.iiitijtlr,l majority,
January 6, 1848.] ... I ,1.:1 I,.
All Florida papers will it.b' kit, p" ,. id.d' nbo
more than $20 is charged.
April 27, 1848, 1 5- rni. r ':: :-r' .

IX ,inr ,ithi-, afti-r dil,t I \ill\ arpi .l t,.thle
Heil. J d1.,e r.1' Pr.,b tls ifi-rr Fr ,aidl ri.C.tunty,
for a finial d,-i,.jrrge fiom. the admiiiNtration .-
the, estala >,Il Hla Nt B'a L. '. t, .. i. ta ..,"i,,, de-
ceased. JAlE_4 GIr'"ON,'Adt,'r
Aplalhi,,.li a., .\pril 13, I _". 1j13-.,m

1Heir .it Law lVianted.
- F ',,a -.I? il >l -e ,.-rad.j is t.1 a pers-n raIrriEd
I C[.LEMEN1 WOD, 9., if ,1(,Crey and Md:r-
garet W I,.-,,. a.j, wti, lett ElFtand f,:r Florida in
the year 1'.im, atid .],I lu- rulthnn has been
heard-by his ini.ed- i,, Eriali-ij inoe the end of
the year 1789, will. c',ntIniLiiuical,_ with Messrs.
Walter & Pen-nbrtn, .,ul'h ,:.r.:, No.. 4 8. rroiid's
..Inn, Chancery Lane, Lnodonm, or Mr. Edwartf
Sheardown, S..liciti.r, Dui.,ater, Y,.rkshire, id
Enerland, they mrnay h.;. r of something to theO
advantage. Every inri-,rrrnatiori niUst te given as
to descent, &c., by the applicantf.
J July I SS P7 i23-it

Boot a.nd Shoe Making.
THE iis'ibi.brri ha%.e enltred into partner-
'ship in lie above bu-ines.-, and respectfully
:slidt a Ti1i-re of public palionage. All-wc.rk
done by them will be neat ard durable; arid ihcir
charges in confirmitv wilt the-tighmlneA_ ol the
times. A.-KL.AIRMAN,
. July-l t P. C. KEI.LY.

D ITCHF.TT'S .'. I.W. r ,.-j .1:,ihish 1i,e#fi,'. ti,6
A.l:. bv [F,-. ] F AFE.EL.
IV BITTERS, jiust r. ceived and f1or sa-le by
Nov 21 J; .C. ALLEN.



THE subscriber respectfully informs
zens of Apalachicola, that he intends io rne-cinxi-
mence giving Music Lessons, (for the summer
months;) coimmencing on Monday, 3d July.
Those desirou..s of taking lessons najhe follow-
ing instruments, Spanrish Gmuar; Ftute, Violin,
(Tenor or Alto Violin) and Viohnlircello.,woull,do
well to apply ioon', ai thec cani hve the privi-
lege of selecting the, hour3'whichmay suit Iheir
convenience. Music furniialied, if required, at 2
per term,extra,, for any of thlie ahove instruments.
N. B. Punctual attendance is reqiiisi[e, as qo
reduction will be made fri-.r non-atiendance; ex-
cept through protracted sickrncs. "'
For sale, extra quality of tip'd Flutes and N.obt
4, 5 and 6 Guitar Sirgs. 9 ,
TERms.-$i0 for eight weeks\ of ftwo lesons
each week ; the course to cloie 2Sih AuguSt., -:
Application at myy office in Batlzal'. hlhilding.
Apalachicbola, Jhne 17, 1848. 22-tf '
A large lot of Ingtrietion Books'for the above':
instruments fo4 sale. '

D R. TOWNSEND. ib-e c..[ebr.led nbrsuiaclu-
rer of ''Townriid's S.irs.iparl,' ,h1-as ,ad:
rmtied publicly th.t lhis Calilt.rniari Plant ,i
THE WOR.D." P'amphlets c,..itain iri-il iieiesting
information as to it6 rein.irkable iror-.rl ies in the
cure of Fever an Apgie, Pul'rjniiarv Cornplaitsi
Nervous Aftl eti ;.n- And Cut, ne,'-..u -iior>1.:', Irow
the most-respectable souiarces, na % be ,bt'haiitd at
the agencies, oir Wvill be fvrw,,drd.d to pos! paid
applications;, per mail.
Proprietor of Gay's C;arh. l il.v,"
DEPOT, 3. Brd .Jv, N,-w YORK.,
June 17, 1848. '-' .
Notice .'
T HE late firm of J. Stevenson & Co h0,0n,
JL been dissolved by the-deceas'e of J,,shu1.
Stevenson, all those indebted to the sjiul firm ire
requested -to make payment, anil tlh,.'e having
claims to present the same. ..
The kock of goods onhand are offered d nW r o !e
at low prices for cash on-l. ..
Surviving partner J. Stevernso.n & 0.
SApalachicola, May 25, 1. .' -19-tf .. _

Notice. ,, -,,
ALL persons having claims against I he etpte
.. of Daniel W. Faucett, deceased; ai-e required
o present the same within the t.ime.e .res,:ribtd
by law, or else they will bI e bei6-,d fh-,i'. ,,- ,
T. H. AUSTIN, Adniitiitjtor.
Apalachicola, May 18, 18-18. '
N pursuance of the provision-,pfithe Ci. tu-
tion ot the State, notice is hereby-'ie:, that
certain persons, citizens of Flr,.id i,it iittn :,,',I p]-
iig to the next .General Assemblyof eStale,
fQr an act incorporating them,-, nd thei-r azsoi-
ates, citizens of F[,. r'la v'ho rray eAI.ine united
with them for" le ,ir.p.,:'.; b, lIe ri,- 'he a ,' t l y'l
i "' -P l'
of the-eBdnlK of Comtnerce".-said I,-r.rporl.i-.n
to possess banking pog ers an ,lit il.:.eAr lrI iits
capital stock to consist o not r.:i... than a 25.,-,.'..
May 4' -oti

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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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